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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 18!)7 PUBLISHED EVKKY EVEN1XU Kicept Sunday Entered at the postoflice at El Paso, Tela, as mall matter of the second class. TERMS OF 8UB30RIPTION. Oally, one year ..rr oo - 3 BO 176 .. 60 ... 8 00 1 00 .. 50 uany, six H-'oi.ns... Dally, thre- months rtnlltf rtnn month. Weekly one year.. u7 nnlrls dv m i 1 n t )l H ....... . Venklv tbree months. .... JY OARRIER. The Oaii.t Hibald Is delivered by carrier n El r'aso Texas and Juares, Mexico, at la enrte per woek. or 80 cents pur month. - ihscrloers falling to get The Herald ' re ..'yor promptly should notify Thi H; . business office (not the carrier) In order It- - --elve Immediate attention. Telephone He "6. AOVERri8INO RATE8. -os of advertising In the Dally or Weekly Mi '.in made known on application at tne pu .1: :atlon office. Or ring upteleohone num oer I !6. and a representative of the business aepment wUl call and quote prices and Wirtrnct for space. . . Locals 10 cents per line in "very instance i.or 8rst Insertion, and 6 cents per line for each additional Insertion. , Legal notices of every description 11 per nch each Insertion. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Herald Is fully prepared to ao an rinrfa nt nintn and fancy Job printing In all nerfectly and the latest styles Work promptly done. THE WEEKLY HERALD. A Urge eight page paper giving the local events of the week, published very Saturday, dust the paper to end friends for information regard ing El Paso. Price S2.00 per year six months SI.OO. Mb. Bryan and bis 6ilver associates are so busy explaining the cause of prosperity that they have had no time to say anything about the silver ques tion of late. Kansas is having more trouble, and the populists about Emporia are indig nant at the discovery that the faculty of the state normal school has advUed students to wash their feet three times a week. Nicaragua has imposed an export duty of $1 gold per ounce on gold in gots and $2 per ounce on gold dust. This is spreading it on almost as heavi ly as Canada taxes gold mining in her northwest territory. The Belgian government has ex' nmnted from buildings paving and sewerage taxes oa houses erected in the city of Ghent by workmen for their own use, as well as building erected by building associations for workmen's occupation. EVEN the Portuguese residents . in Hawaii, numbering about 5,000 voters, are protesting against the proposed annexation of the islands to the United States. They do this on the ground that annexation may result in their disfranchisement. Up to the 22d iDStant thre had been, in the whole regioa affected by yellow fever, 1,001 cases and 35 deaths. Of the deiths eight occurred in New Orleans and ten at Ocan Springs, Mies., the disease having apparently first started at the last named place. One resident of the citv of New Or leans has suggested to the board of health a rather novel restriction-to prevent the epread of the yellow fever, Hii plan is to have the health authori ties prohibit bill collectors from going around the city collecting b i s. Barrios, the self-constituted dictator of Guatemala, has formed a new cabi net, but it is doubtfu if by this 'time he has any place to put it, as at last ac counts the revolutionists were carrying evervthiner before them and the dic tator was preparing to skip the coun try. Congress "builded better than it knew" when it placed a limit of 1400 per ton on steel armor plate. J. 11, Carpenter, an experienced steel man ufacturer of Pennsylvania, has now noma forward with a new process and a proposition to furnish first class ar mor plate at $100 per ton. From pugilism to politics appears to be the tendency at present John L Sullivan is running for mayor of Bos ton, and Bob Filzsimmons a few days since a'tendid a nominating conven tion st White Plains, N. Y., as a sub, delegata, and it is said he will stump Westchester county this fall for Wil liam V. Malloy, republican nominee The head of a large English man u factory of clinical thermometers has written to his New Yo-k agent to cor tioue to sell their goods at the same o d price, as he (the f jreign manufact urer) will pay the American tariff ard lay the goods down in this couutry at the same cost to consumers as before the new tariff bill went into effect. And there are others. The citv council of Atlanta. Ga. has pissed a mot extraordinary ordi nance. It provides that "any man. woman or child who helps to circulate a rumor that yellow fever exUts in Atlanta shall be sentenced to sixty days in the public chain gang, if found guilty of such aa offense." As the truth is no bar to the penalty provided, just imagine an epidemic of yellow fev er there and so ne little school c irl being sent to the public chain gang for sixty days for mentioning the fact. THE newly appointed negro pos master whom the fanatics of llogans- ville. Ga., attempted to assassinate, Is still at bis post, and expresses his de termination to remain there and be shot rather than sicridce his rights as an American citizen. Mantime the postmaster general has issued orders positively forbidding postal agents on railroads or other carriers to receive any mail at Hogansville unless the same passes through the bands of the locally prescribed postmaster, and the Uogansvillains find themselves with oyt postal facilities. I W&f4 ) SENATOR THOMAS G. PLATT. The president of a Canadian bank who paid $12,000 for a "gold brick" had the good taste the resign his posi tion. The receipts of gold from Australia during the part two months have been about $5,000,000, while since July 15th but $800,000 has been received from the Klondyke. . It is estimated tbat dur ing toe past year $1,'I00,000 has gone in for supplies. Mr. Dawson returned on Monday from the Yaqui river after a loDg aud weary prospecting trip. He brought oack a few thousand dollars in gold dust, besides soma big nuggets. Everyone is excited and going to the Vaqui river. Nogalts Vidette. The Detroit Copper comptny has se cured a charter for a raili od extend ing from Guthrie to Morenci. Tne narrow guage road connecting Clifton jkz.il Moreni i is so crowded with work chat it cannot attend to ail the work the Detroit company has for it, hence the new toad. Tne recent sale of 20,000 tons of coi per at 111 cents to European parties by tae Ca umet & Hecla company gives stiffness to the copper mrs:e. Mex ico's 6tores of copper are growing more valuable and will add to the wealth of the country as they are opened up, and provide work for thousands of men. The King of Arizona mine is certain ly a gold bonanza. The last clean-up of a ten days' run of a five-stamp mill and a three foot Huntington gave a re sult of $10,000. The boring of the well s being pushed, it is now down 150 feet and the company is pripirtd to go down 2,000 feet if necessary. From present information the Short Horn mountain gold district bids fair f eclipse anyth ng in the territory. Star. Shipping gold ore from Texas to Colorado-is rattier an unusual thing, but such is now being done, as a car load of ore from the gold mine of Col. Schrivner, near Llano, was shipped over the Austin & Northwestern and Houston & Texas Central railway last Saturday. There is no longer aoy-use of going to Klondike for gold when we've got several rich mines right in a few hundred miles ol us. Ganado Gazette. The new shaft at the Old Abe mine has i a-?sed the 400 foot level and is going down at a good pace. Of the 200 feet completed eiuce the late work was commenced 110 feet has been in ex tremely hard rock for rap d work, but the past week or tin days have made a good showing, aud if the ground re mains as it now is the first of the New Veir will tied this mine at the desired 800 foot level, where the company last encountered tine ore. Co1. R. F. Hafford and A G. Bow man of Rand-burg, California, have sold the Hafford mine in the slate range to J. B, BUck of Sa":t Lake, for $I8,C00 cash. The Bowman mine, an adjoining claim, they have banded for $40,000 to Gecge Montgomery, of Panaroint. The former mine is opened by a 100-foot shaft, ai-d the ore a.-says from $8 to $75 per ton. It carries a small amount of free go d, but is rich in sulphurtts. But li.tle work has bein done on the Bowman mine. A strike was maie on Saturday in the Pauline Lucky, about one mile from R- d River, which assayed $14(5, OtO. The assay was rnide by li A. Strain. It was a one eignth inch streak of sylvanite in an eight-inch vein. It is owned by the Pauline Lue'y com piny, with head quarters at tied River. C nsiderable excitement exists on the streets of Red River, and tpecinit ns which have been placed on exhibition at ButUr's store attraot large crowds, who are eager to see the formation. Albuquerque Democrat. The Simpson smelter is running steadily and turning out fmirtosx tons of copper matt 3 daily. The prin cipal ore supply is produced by thi old Hanover minM near the head of Hinn ver gulch. The ore is a highly silicious city, carrjing 18 to 20 per cent of na tive copper, very hard to smelt on ac count of the grat excels of tilt a. Thf ore is mixed with Ibf roh carbnnnte and oxide ors if Coprer Flat to facili ae smeltirg. The manag mont has leased the Owecs mill and will experi ment upoD concentration of tu Hano ver ore. The Hanover mice is produc ing about 40 tons of ore per day and tifteen teams are kept constantly" em ployed haulirg the ore to the smelter. About fifty men are employed in the mine. At the greatest deDth ever attained by miners In the history of tha world the miners in the vertical Red Jacket shaft of the Calumett & Hecla copper mine have reoentiv stooped sinking at a depth of 4,900 feet, as this is th deoth necessary for tne company to reach the limit of its underground ter ritory. Bored wells have been carri d down to the greater depth, but the Red Jacket shaft is the largest and the best constructed mining shaft in the world. Its inside dimensions are 14x3.'JJ feet, divided into six compartments and timbered throughout with pine The boistiac machinery consists of two pairs of triple expansioa engines of 3,000 horse power per pair, aad hoists a load of ten tons h:ty feet per second. "I think." savs a well-known ore buyer and smelter, "tbat in a short time the price of lead will advance to such an extent that a large number of mines that were closed down when the drop in silver Crot cjmmsnced will b opened up and do better than ever Let lead once reach $4 and the eiTe will b 3 seen at once. It is a very sim pie matter to figure it out on any given basis. Take, for iustai.ee, ores that runs six ounces silver and 15 per cent lead The lo?s in the silver has been GO cents. The gain in lead between $3.1 aud $4 per 100 is $1.20, a net gain of bO c.'nts on the ore. l? or tnat reason 1 believe that when It ad reaches $4 there will be as many low graae silver lead m ines in operation as there were before the decline." The dominion surveyor for the north west territory, in speaking generally of the extent of the newly-found gold region, s-ays: " We have a zone of up W8rd of oOO miles in length, tome of in Alaska, more of it in British Col umbia, which will yet be the scene of numerous mining enterprises, both on the quartz and tne placer, the former practically inexhaustible." This is the meet definite statement from an author itative source which has yet appeared in print respecting the area of the new El i.ora to, and there is no reason to question its approximate a?curacy. Word comes from Colorado that gold ore running- su.UOU to the ton lias jus been found one mile west of Woodland Park Pieces of quarty, it is claimed have been taken out as large as wa'nuts which wera half gold, and it is said there is great excitement among min ing men there. It has not b en de monstrat d yet whether the rich o: e is lloat. or the apex of an ore chute. Free Pills. Send your address to H. E. Buckien & Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits i. r.eso pins are easy in acrion ana are particularly effective ia the cure of constipation and sick headache. For malaria and liver troubles they have betn proved iD valuable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do do', weaken oy tne:r action, but by giving tone to stomacn ana ooweis greatly invigorate tne system. Keguiar size zoc. per box Sold by W. A. Irvin & Co., wholesale and retail druggists. Biank leases for houses or storeroom best form. For sals at Hirald job FROM FOOT TO KNEE Ohio Woman Suffered Great Agony From a Terrible Sore Her Story of the Case, and Her Cure. " For many years 1 was afflicted with a milk leg, and a few years ago it broke out In a sore and spread from my foot to my knee. I suffered greet agony. It would burn and itch all the time and discharge a great deal. My health was good with the exception ot this sore. I tried a great many kinds of salve, but some would irritate the. sore bo that I could hardly Btand the paiu. I could not go near the fire without suffering intensely. Someone Bent me papers containing testimonials of cures by Hood's Sarsapnrilla, and I told my husband I would like to try this med icine. He got me a bottle and I found it helped me. I kept on taking it until my iimb was completely healed. I cannot praise Hood's barsap&rilla enough for the great benefit it has been to me. It cleanses the blood of all impurities and leaves it rich and pure." Mils. Akxa E. EAKEX, Whittlesey, Ohio. You cau buy Hood's Sarsaparilla of all druggists. Be sure to get only Hood's. W -. r:i1- aro tl,a favorite family HOOd S PlJlS cranio, riietj 25o. The Healtbfal Apple. Dr. Stotzer Buetzer, in one of the foreign medical reviews, writes as fol lows on the medicinal and hygienic properties of the apple: "Apples eat en immediately before bed time pro mote the health g-enerally. Its aiete tical as well as alimentary substance is of the highest order. It contains more phosphoric acid in an easy digestive combination than any other vegetable pro iuet. It is (1) good brain food: () exc.les the functions of the liver; () promotes a sound and quiet sleep; (4) disinfects the mouth; (5) agglutinates he surplus acid of the stomacn; lo) paralyzes hemorrhoidal disturbances; (7) helps the secretion of the kidneys and prevents calculus concretion; (8) obviates indiges-.ion, ard (9) is a good preventive against diseases ot ine threat." Ripe apples, raw or cooked, eaten in moderation, as food, and not stuffed down in quantities when the stomach s already full, are qm'e as gooa as many medicines, and vastly enpaper and more pleasant to take. Fruit was man's fi-8t God given food; and while under the curse fruits often fail, and man is forced to make use of inferior article of food, and eat his bread in the sweat of bis face, yet it is a strange il lustration of human folly to see ousn els or excellent apples rotting on the srrouud. while none are seen on tne owner's table, and the poor victim of a perverted appeute sits down to leea at his lll-spreal board on salt porir, wasn ed clown with hard cider. Substitute for Steel TulilnR. A. M. Dewev, a former resident of BirmiDsrha-n. N. Y.. and special agent of the United States department of labor, has perfected, after some years of study, a new material that is lighter and stronger than steel. The material is manufactured from the fiber of Cal cutta bamboo. Tha process of manu facture is, of course, a secret, as an ap plication for a patent is pending. It is claimed for the liber material that it is iust four t:mes stronger than the best steel tubing usea lor tne roanuiaciure of bicycle frames. A sledge-hammer blow will not atlect it in tna least, and it will stand much stronger tests than the steel tub'nsr. It is lighter by round and a half than steel, and will stve a pound and a half in weisrht in the construction of wheel frames, in add.tion to this it is said that the cost is much le?s than that of the best qual ity of steel tubing. It is a:so imper vious to water, and unaffected by heat or cold. In fact, it has been tested and found entire. v practicable for wheel frames. Mr. Dewey has been offered $25,000 for bis discovery. He exprcts ta make $1,000,000 or more, as the ma terial will be of use in many other ways Lhan in the manufacture of bicycle frames. Mr. Dwey ha9 also had an offer from an Illinois electric railway company for the privilege of using the new material lor trolley poles The Reflections of a Married Woman are rot pleasantif she is delicate run-down, or over-worked. She feels "played out." Her smile aDd her good spirts have taken flight. It worries hus band as well as herself. This is the time to build up her strength and cure those weeknesses or ailments wn:cn are tne seat of her trouble. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription regulates and-promotes all tne proper functions of womanhood, improves digestion, enriches the blood, dispels aches and pains, melancholy and ner vousness, brines refreshing sleep, and restores health and strength. It's sfe remedial agent, a tonic and ner vine or nerve food, designed by a re ffu-arlv graduated, experienced and skilled specialist-, to cure those dis orders and derangements incident to womanhood. Its sales exceed j by far those of all other medicines for wo man. Southern Pacific Excursions. The Southern Pacific are still selling excur-ion tickets to the Tennessee Centennial and International exposi tion, now open at Nashville, Tenn., at a rate of eoo.lo for the round trip. these tickets being on sale up -to and including October 15.1897; final limit for return, up to and including No vember 7,1897. Also on sale Septemer 14-21-28 every Tueslay October 5-12-19 with final limit of ten dats from date of sale, pas sagfi to be continuous in both direc tions, El Paso to St. Louis and return one and third fare $52.75. Chicago same conditions and limits SbU.Do Also op sale October 1st, 2ch, and 3rd inclusive, limit for return ta October 12' h. El Paso to St. Liuis, one stand ard first class fare $39 55 for the round trip Also to San Antonio for account of the Grand Chapter O. E. S., $18.70 for the round trip; date of sale Oct. 11th limit for return, Ojt. 15th. In connec tion with this meetiDg, we will place on sale round trip tickets to Monterey Mex., from San Antonio at a rate of $5.50; tickets to be limited to 10 days from date of sale. Tickets sold to San Antonio, will be extended 10 days by depositing with our agent at that point, at the time the Monterey ticket is purchased. Also on account of the Confederate Re-Union at San Antonio, Texas, Oc tober 6th and 7th, one fare for the round trip, $18.70, selling dates Oct. 5'h and 6th; final limit for return Oct. 8th. For account of the Mormon Confer ence in Salt Lake, the Southern Pa cific will sc-11 round trip tickets via Los Angeles and Sacramento for 59.70; selling dates Sept. 29th and 30th; final limit sixty days from date of sale. A new through sleeping car line from Houston to St. Louis, has been estabished via Houston & Texas Cen tral; Houston to Ennis, Texas; Texas Midland, Ennis to Paris, Texas; and St. Louis and San Francisco; Pars to St. Louis, leaving Houston at 9:00 a. m., reaching St. Louis at 7:40 p. m. the following evening. T. E. Hunt, Com'l. Agent, El Paso. Harry Turner, City Ticket Agent, El Paso. C. W. Bein, Traf. Mgr., Houston, Tex. L. J. Parks, Ass't. Gen. Psg-r. & Tkt. Agt., Houston. Tpx. A Cure for Bilious Colic. Resource, Sc even Co., Ga. I have been subject to attacks of bilious colic for several years Chambe Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is the only sure re ief. It acts like a charm. One doss of it cives relief when all other remedies fail. G. D. Sharp. For sale by all diuggists. CLicaff nnd Ileturu. Th Texas & Pacific railway "El Paso Route" will sell you round trip tickets rn September 14th, 2lst a.d 28th, October 5th, 12th and 19r.h, limit ed to ton days from date r-f sale for re turn a, rate of $00.55. For further in formation call on or address, B F. DAItBYSIIIRE, S. W. F. & P. A., Sheldon Block. Pure Hygeia Ice. Made from distilled water. Ask your family physic! r. or druggist as to purity and healthfulness of our Ice; tel ephone 14. El Paso Ice & rkfhisirator Co SOCIETY DIRECTORY Masonic. El Paso I odge. No. 30, A. F. & A. M. Meets every flrst and third Wednesday a' Masonic hall. San Antonio street. Vlsltln brothers cordially Invited. A. KAPLAN, Secretary El Paso Chapter, No. 167, R. A. M. Meets the second Wednesdav of each month at Masonic hall. Visiting compinlonB cor dially In vlted. W C. HOLMES, U. P. A. KAPLAN, Be-sretary. HI Paso Commandery, No. 18, K. T. Meets fourth Wednesday of each month at Masonic hall. Visiting Sir Knights rordlally nvlted. 11. u. niM, ft. u. W. E. RACK, Recorder. Alpha Chapter No. 178, ORDER IA8TEHH STAB. Regular meeting second Saturday of each month. Sojourning members of the order cordially invited. JD.HB. JULIA JUiiBXi O. Baugh, Worthy Matron. Worthy Patron. I. O. O. F. El Paso Lodge, No. 384, I. O. O. Meeting Every Monday Night. S. U. Newman, N. P. M. MILL8P0QH, Secretary. Border Lodge 374. I. O. O. F Meet every Tuesday night. Claude Minor, Will I. Watson, N. i. secret Ary. Oanton del Paso, No. Patriarchs' Militant. Night of meeting socond Wednesdays In Odd Fellows' hall. W. E. SHARP, Cleric. Mt. Franklin Encampment, I. O. O. F, Night of meeting first and third Thursdays Hknbt L. C a pell. Scribe. IVisoellaxLeous National Union. Meets fourth Thursday In each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. J. W. coww, Prest J. W. WiLKinaoir. Secretary. Knights of Honor. Haiti aonnnri and fnnrth Thursdays ef each month at Odd Fello ws' ball. Visiting brothers cordially lnvitea. 1 p. M. M1LL9PAUGH. Dictator B. A. SHELTON. Keporter United Brotherhood of Oarpentera and Join ere or El faeo. Meeta every Sunday at 10 a. m. at Labor hall. Visiting members welcome. tfRED WEIDENBEOK. faec. and Bee Woodmen of the World, Tornlllo Camp, No. IS. Meets every second and fourth Tuesday o.nk mnnt.h t.hoip fnrast. (3. A. S. hall. 7 O xa. sharp. Sovereigns and strangers cordially J T Sullivan, Clerk. B. P. O. E. El Paso Lodge, No. 18?. Meets flrst and third Tuesdays In Odd Fel lows hall. 8. J, UAiua, k. n. T. E. SB ELTON, Secretary A. O. U. W. Meets In O. A. li. hail on the third Tuesdays In each month, hrnthAM nirdlllv Invited. first and Visiting ITltaJ W IE MAM. M C.C. Kbi, Beoorder. W, Foresters of America. COURT ROBIN HOOD NO.l Meets first and third Wednesday night of each month In Odd enow s nan. Jos Frist, C. B H. Oolllander, Secretary. Ancient Order of Hibernians. Division No. 1. itl Paso County, meets sec and and fourths bunuays at liuuu LDor hall at 3 u. m. Jas. v LirrOKO, J . J . u'N kill. President, Seretitry. K- ofP. El Paso Lodge, no 82. Kegular meeting every Friday night at Jastie hall, over ifeaeue's Hardware store sojourning Knights UU rooeive a coral woicume. 11. UOLLIAKDEK, K. B. 8 S'M. KlUBI, U. U. Knights of Labor, Gate City Assembly (L. A. 3041.) Meets every Friday evening at the hall corner San Antonio and N. Stanton street, at 8;0U 0'CiOCa. JOrlfH 3UttttUI8U!t, W H. J. BAKEB. B. 8. Colored Kntghte of Pythias. Myrtle Lodge. No. 10 Begular meeting every Wednesday evening in union jaoor tiau over uaugur a grocery store, sojourning unlgnts resyectliuly in sited to attend. A. O. MDBPHY. K. of B. and B. W. H.SOOTT. U. O. Bliss Lodge No. 221. K. Of P. Begular meeting every Monday evening at U. It. i. nail, v isiung anignut welcome. W. If. Hkmpkl, J . J. Ubam. a., ol tt. A 8. 3. O Q.A.R. Bvmmett Orawford Poet, No. 19, O. A. I Meets 1st Bunday of each month at 8:30 D. m Hall on San Antonio street. All comrades la good atansUng invited to visit the uost. GEO. M. McUUINAUUHKY. Uommandei v. m. IU6TH, Aajutant. Fire Department. Board of Fire Directors meets every secon Wednesday. General department meeting second Wednesday in March. June. Sentem- ter and December. P. F, Ea wards. President J a rayne, J J wnuors, unlet becretary. P M Mlllspaugh, Ass't Chief Rio Graude, Sierra Midre & Pacific Kiilway. Take the "Sierra Madre Route" for Sabiual, San Pedro, Corralitos, Casas Grandes, Kl Valle ue ban Buenaventu ra and all points to the soutn and west, in Sierra Madre gold districts. Trains, ieavd (Juidad Juarez daily except Sun day at 8:30 a. m. J no. P. Kamsey, J. T. Logan, Geaeral Manager. G. b. A. Cieap Kates. For the next 30 cays the Santa Fe Route will have on sale low rate tickets to all points in the east and north. If you contemplate tatting a trip, either pleasure or business, it will pay you to call on us. iniormation at city ticket oi ne) or depot. W. B. Trull, J. S. Morrison, Depot Aent. City Pass. Agent. Holden's X osltlve File Cure. Sufferers use it. Belief will be speedy and cure positive and perma nent II directions are strictly fol lowed. For sale by Kelly A Pollard, drutrgrlRW v Have You Ueeu There Yet? There are many delightful resorts in New Mexico, but none excelling Las Vegas Uot Springs. The Montezuma hotel is really just a little tha n.ccst ol its class in tne eouthwest. If you are will, run up there for a few days out ing If eick, no better place to get well. All kinds of baths, expert medi cal attendance, etc. Railroad and ho tel rates reasonable. Enquire at Santa Fe city office, or depot, for particulars. W. J. Black, G. P. A. J. S. Morrissox, City Pass. Agent. VV. H. Trull, depot agent. "My boy came home from school one day with bis hand bidly locerated and bleeding, and suffering great piin," says Mr. E. J. Scbail, with Meye Bros.' Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo. "I dressed the wound, and applied Cham berlain's Pain Balin freely. All pain ceased and in a remarkably short time it healed without leaving a scar. For wounds, spra ns, swellings and rheumatism, I know of no medicine or prescription equal to it. I consider it a household necessity." The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by all druggis t SANTA FE. Tlie Most 3Di3?3Ct XjIixo TO Kansas City, St. Louis, New York, 113 a go, Philadelphia Denver, Omaha, St. Paul, And all Northern Through Trains, Fast Time, Smooth Tr ck. Elegant Pullman Palace Sleepers on alf through trains. Daily Tourist Sleeping cars to Denver, Kansas City and Chicago. Tourist sleeping cars semi-weekly to St. Paul, Minr eapolis and once each week to St. Louis ar d Boston. All trains not having dininer cars Route, Harvey Houses. JTull Information cheerfully lurnlsned upon application to J. S. MORRISSON, W. G. BLACK, City Ticket Agent. G. P. A Offioe.'Fargo Building, Corner El Paso and San Antonio Streets. W. B. TRULL, Agent at Depot. LOOK AT THE CLOUDS FROM THE TOP and so see the silver lining. You 'can do it from our trains. We go above them in places. THE MEXICAN CENTRAL RAILWAY with its two thousand miles of track, reaches all the principal places of in terest. Address the undersigned for full and reliable Information: R. E. Comfort, rTom'l AffRnt. EI fn TO MEECHAOTS: ADVEBTISIM I DESIGNS 8 THE HEEALD o o oooo oooo oooooo oooooooo ocoo Notice to Shippers. Office of Commercial Asent, ) El Paso, Texas, Sept. 25, 1897. f It has been decided by the Southern Pacific Morgan Line Sunset Route Management to withdraw steamers from the Algiers route and have them sail direct to and from New York and Galve-ton, during the continuance of the quarantine restrictions at New Orleans ard vicinity. All steamers leavine New York sub sequent to Sept. 17th, will land at Galveston. There will, therefore, be no detention to Sunset route seaboard business. For the protection of the interests of our patrons, we would announce that restrictions have been promulgated prohibiting the handling of freight or iginating in New Orleans, or passing through that point, either having des tination in the state of T. xas, or des tined to points beyond ; therefore, we would request tbat for the present no freight be routed through New Or leans. On freight originating in Chicago, Cleveland, Cincinnati and adjicent ter ritories, we would solicit routing through St. Louis, care Frisco L!n, II & T. C. and Southern Pacific; M. K. & T , II. & T. C. and Southern Pacific: O. R. I. & P. , H. & T C. and Southern Pacific; or Burlington. M. K. & T , H. & T. C. and Souther Pacific. This dees not in any wny effect freight to and from seaboard via Mor gan L ne steamers and Sunset route, s same does not pass through New Orl ans. The post office department advise that all mail from New Orleans to Mo bile Scranton, O.ean Springs and other supposed infect districts is fumi gated and no danger from that source is likely to arise. . T. E Hunt, Commercial agent. Mining Location Blanks for Sale at This Offpa Boston, and Eastern Points stop for meals at the famous Santa Ve Young lf ns Christian Afsociatiiin. FALL AND WINTER WORK Brginn&iag October 1st, 1897. Educational Classes, . - In ny branch when asked for by eight mea.be.-s. Gymnasium. Ladies class, limited to 30 mem bers, 6 months $5; twice a week. Boys junior, twice a week, $5 per Regular yearly membership $7. Any man may join. Call at rooms. Money-making Is an art Inform people of your wt ea With your low prices And they will buy. Is the method needed. DO YOU advertise, And advertfse JUDICIOUSLY? Read SHORT TALKS, By Chas. Austin Bates, And get NEW IDEAS. And cuts are attractive. Money-makers use them. We can furnish you New and beautiful designs. 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