THE DAILY HERALD
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1897
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP TRAINS,
Jaatarn G.. H. A 8. A
Southern Mexican Central...
Wee tern Southern Peclflc...
nt Fe (through train)
anta re (throagh train)
.. S:48 D.m
.. 8:10 a m
.. 1:80 D.m
.. 7:0 a.m
.. 6:30 p.m
w HMfD DUUbUflrO r MUDB
aatern O., H. & 8. A
astern Texee A Pacific ..
nnthera Mlan Central.. ..
Valla arrive and close as follows:
l.al. A 1:46 D.m. 1:20 D.
'can Central 8:80 a.m. 8:10 p.m
Pacific 10:05 a.m. 1:40 p.m
tern Pacific... 1:30 n.m. 8:06 p.m
r. AS. F 11:30 a.m. 9:45 a. m
i seneral deliverT window la open from
f: '.m. to 6:80 p.m., except while eastern
m :s Deinff aistriputea.
' .ney order and registry windows are open
rrcoi a a.m. to o n.m.
Snndavs the seneral "lellTerr and carrters'
windows will be open from 11:60 a. m to 18:00
m., except when malls are heary or late.
in either case tne window win open on com
pletion of distribution.
JOHN JULIAN. P. M.
Omitto Statss Wbathbr BnBIAO
Cli PASO. Texas, September JO. 1HW7
Local Time 6:64 a. m
Olrectlon of wind K.
Velocity of wind per hour...... 8
Bala 84 hours (Incheeand hundredthe)..0 00
Hlghuet temperature last 34 houra...- M
Lowest temnerature last 84 hours . 50
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
All kinds feed. Phone 110.
Fresh butter at Smith's Creamery.
Good eating at Smith's Creamery.
Fine butter 1 Paso Dairy company
Home cookinsr at Smith's Creamery' I
Building material. Tel. 1 10, Fuel Co.
Typewriter paper at the Herald of
Finest line of tablets in the
W. Harper whiskey Acme
bay oysters at Smith's
Cerillos Coal office.
Santa Fe St.
Phone 110, 411
EL PASO STEAM
Telephone No. 47.
For Rent. Furnished rooms at
North Oregon street.
Mining location notices for sale ai
Iba Uirald job office.
Go to Irvin's for a complete line of
school books and supplies.
All the latest books can be gotten
M. H. Webb's 220 San Antonio St.
WANTED A horse and phaeton.
W. Shepherd, 312 San Antonio St.
Ask for "FL PASO TRANSFER."
the best 5 oent vJIGAR on the market.
The best Mex.can and Havana cigars
are made by the 1 Faso Cigar Mfg.
For a firstclass laundry soap, call
for "Bonita." Rio Grande Soap Fac
Lots for sale oo monthly payments
B. F. Hammett, agent Campbell Real
The El Paso Dairy company are now
making a nne grade of butter daily.
ask ior it.
Handsomely furnished rooms to rent,
in desirable location, address M. Her
Refrigerators, Ice cream freezers
nd gasoline stoves.
MOMSEN & THORNE.
Payne. Badger Coal company, Mo
lester, Cerillos and anthracite coal,
.ord and stove wood,, yard Second and
Ohihuan.ua streets. Telephone No. 11.
IOR iaALG seven room house on
Montana aua (Jampoeu, ana six room
house oa Florence street on easy term-
will be completed Nov. 1st. Call on B.
F. Hammett, agent Campbell Real E
If you wish to have real re6t or if
troubled with rheumatism, indigestion
or stomach, aisoraers, go to Uja del
CoDSUdllo Hudson Hut Springs. Rates
$2.50 to 93.00 per day, including baths.
Hacks meet all the trains. For lurtb
er information write to A. R. Graham,
.Hudson, N. Al.
An exchange, writmg of the death of
OcDtral Avery, of Lrc-orgia, stye: "He
was a journalist of tne front rank aod
yet always an ideal gentleman." That
recalls tue old story of the editor and
the barber oa the bte.imboau When
the editor offered to pay fur bis ehave
the barber drew himself up and remar k
ed: '-We don't never cuare ednors
nothin', sad." "But you can't carry on
your butioe8 unless you charge fur it,'
pers'su d the editor. Dat's all right,
sab," replied ttie darky, "we makes it
Late word from the Mexican Central
station in Juarez stales tbat there will
not be any train for the south today.
The road has found further d tliculty at
Complaiat has been lilei in the
county court against Irvin John for
striking achi a, and the case is contin
ued until November.
Mexicans charged with
a Cbioamaa are being
afternoon before Justice
Attention! Spauish Students!
Clashes in Spanish will be formed
Friday, Sept. 1st. Two classes oa y
organized for tbis season advanced
and beginners. For further Informa
tion call at 326 N. El Paso St., afttr 3
p. m. W. H. T. Lopez.
BaoUen's Arnica 81t.
The best salve in the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, slt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chil
blains, corns, and all skin eruptions,
and positively cures piles, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
W. A. Irvin & Co., Wholesale and Re
For Over Fifty Years.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething.
It soothes the ohlld, softens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind
oollc, and is the best remedy for diar
rhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
will be resumed November 1st.
Your old carriage top. It costs but
a trifle, makes it last longer and looks
a great deal better. Aek for carriage
too drpgping at the Weot Texas Sad
dler? Co., corner of Oregon fcnd Over
Bernese Swiss, Roquefort,
Limburg-, Brick, Edam,
Pine Apple, ami
Herkimer Full Cream.
Cervelat Salami, imported.
Vienna, Id lib. and ilb. tins.
Morladella, in 41b and ilb. tins.
Spicd Holland, ready for use.
Spiced Holland, qt. Bristol jars.
Beardsley's Boneless, ilb and ilb
Cal. Black Olives
Bottles or in bulk. Served in
cracked ice are most delicious.
For Sale By
Chas. F. Slack ft Go.
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Sin variety, quaniy, Dnniancy ana Deauiy ot ser
tings as well as prices unsurpassed in the south-
2 T A I i : I I
O Every good quality of American made watches
x ways at reasonable prices.
For nvtra fino notrrioe k,
fnr ovtra flno wotfhoc uo
S celebrated Patek, Phillipe
& R. R. watch.
0 The fii est stock of fine
SGEO. W. HICKOX & HIXSON.
Bronson Block, Ml San Antonio Street, El Paso. Texas
OOOOOOOO OO000OOO 0000 000000
H. L. Newman is occupying the Dr.
White residence on Myrtle avenue.
A set of false teeth were foand in the
day coach of the Santa Fe train tnis
A complete line of blank books, tab
lets, etc. W. H. We ob, 220 ban An
FOR rent Furnished house of eieht
rooms. J! ine location. .uureao ali,
Parties can obtain board and room of
Mrs. Harmsen, 811 Myrtle street for
$20.00 per mootk.
Judge Buckler will have to pass judg
ment on thirty-two divoi ce cases the
coming term of court.
O'Brien Coal Co.. the Cerrillos coal
yard, headquarters for the celebrated
white ash and anthracite coal. Tel. 8.
Max Schutz, who moved from Las
Cruces to this city recently, has leased
the Beacon hill residence of Mrs. Mc
Neill. Mrs. J. A. Nabb's vocal studio will
reopen Oct. 1. Lessons in vocal ai-d
guitar will be given. Hours from 9 a.
m. to 1 p. m.
Mrs. L. M. Holmes, mother of W. C.
Holme?, died jeoterday after a short
illness. The funeral was held at 3 p.
m., today, from the Presbyterian
Col. Buford and family will move in
to one of Consul Malien's bouses on
Juarez avenue as soon as the new con
sul has received his papers and taken
possession of the cousulate.
It is understood that Blumen'.bal will
move bis Golden Eagle CiOtbing store
io the premises recently vacated by
the Stetiiac-Krakauer Hard wae com
pany. Part of he premises will aleo
be occupied by the Texas & Pacific city
Messrs. Slack & Co. deposited on the
Herald counter a sack of Winesap ap
ples grown on the fruit farm of O. M
Sullivan bt La Luz, N. M. Tney were
beauties, rich in flavor, and regularly
ordained appl-s judges are reidy to tie
on the blue ribbon award.
The national embelm in flying from
the Mexican consulate today in honor
of tbe anniversary of the birthday of
Jose Maria Morelos. the successor
of Hidalgo. Flags are alsu flying on tne
custom house, American and German
consulates in Juarez in honor of the
A large number of children gather
d yesterday afternoon at the residence
. . , 1 . . i XT . 1
ol Air. anu ivirs. urawioru on ixcria
Oregon street, tbe occasion being a
party in honor of the eighth birthday of
ittle Mlt-s .Lilly tjrawiora K-jtresn-
ments were served and the children en
joyed themselves immensely.
Mrs. Bail, of the Pallais Royal, 318
San Antonio St., will have her opening
of fail and wnter goods Thursday,
Sept 30ob., Fiidy and Saturday, O.-t.
1st., and 2nd. aoe win nave tne larg
est and finest dii-play of millinery ever
een in th s markat. Everybody is in
vited to come and see for themselves.
Canton del Paso was royally enter
tained by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sharp
last night. The lawn was lighted up
with Chinese linteros and a cordial I
welcome was given, followed by mut-ic, I
and a feast that would draw out th"
admiration of an epicure The at e of
the Canton 's five year?, Vut of Mr. ;
Sharp's nothing was said exctpt that it
was his birthday.
After somerhirg rf a contest In last
evening's coun'y court, Millard
terson was appointed administrator in !
the estate ot aamuel Coit of Hartford,
Conn. Mr. Coit formerly spent his win-
ters In tbis city, and died on Broadway,
N Y., e'ehteen months ago from sun
stroke, during the terribly heated spfll.
Mr. Patterson is appointed administra
tor with tbe will annexed, and stives
bond in $60,000 with C. It- MoreheaJ,
D. Y. Haiky and A. II. Parker n-
EL PAS DAIilY C(X
Fine Milk, Cream, But
termilk, Clabber and
TELEPHONE 156 P. 0. BOX 205
Order of the Drirers of the BeliT
ery Wagons, Smith's Creamery,
Telephone 156 or by mail, P. 0. Boj
.T. A SMITH. Mgr.
ciro. cnlo aoronte rf trio
&Co.f and the Webb C. Ball
goods ever brought to El
Buster of a Locomotive.
lhe biggist locomotive ever turned
out of tha Bro ks Locomotive Works
reacnea tnis city last night, en rou'.e
south to Jimulco, where it will be used
for mountain service on the Mexican
Central. The boiler is 84 inches in di
ameter at the smallest ring, and 23 feet
long rrom oactc nead to flue sheet. The
bre box is of the Belpaire pattern
which means that the engine will be t
fine steamer and is 9 ft. 6 in. by 4 ft. hor
lzontal measurement. The figures as
to the number and size of the flues and
da: a about the bailer bead fittine-a wnre
not obtainable as the cab was boxed up
ugut. ice cylinders &re zzxJ.l ircb.es,
and although this is an unusual diame
tier for cylinders, there is ample boiler
pressure to furnish all the power the
cylinders win admit of. Tne engine
simple acting not compound. There
are four pairs of coupled drivers
48 inches in diameter, with 21 inch
Bogie truck under the pilot frame, and
ir-an wneeis oi tne same size under thr
footboard As theie forward and reir
wneeis are more to ba'ance or stead;
ine moaEier and Kep ner from rock
log, practically the entire weight
th? engine rests directly on the driv
ers. The man in charge of the eogin
cuuiu not oe iouna, it mere is any one
in charge, but it 14 said tbe engine it
self alone weighs in running order 97
tons. ne boiler sets high on its fra-n
owing to the position of the fire box
which rests on the frame, and it is 12i
or ij reel irom tne top of the rail to
the top of the boiler. The 6tack i
quite short, owing' to tbe creat hiht
of the to:ler, and ia but 3 feet bigb.
Tbe engine ia provided with two
Nathan injectors Nos 9. and 10, two air
storage tanks, the upright bracing be
tween tbe frame and the boiler and
saddle and boiler is unusually
stiff and strong, and there is 8
two way pipe connection with the
lower water space in tbe fire box for
blowinsr the boiler empty. The tank
will evidently carry 4500 gallons of
water and about ten tons of coal
The drivers are of cast steel, in fact
all ihe metallic work appears to be of
steel. The driving wheel base is la
feet 4 inches, and the total wheel
base is 28 feet 4 inches. The two mid
dle drivers have blind tires, tbe outer
ones having flmgs. Tbe number of
the engine is 207, class H. and the
manufacturer's number is 2806.
The locomotive remained in the
Santa Fe yards n arly all day where it
was "looked over" by scores of curious
people who "never saw the like ba
foie." Waniy-Ha-Pook- was cdered aeisfed
to tbe fl. wery kingdom tiis morning
: by Commies;or.e- Sexton, but tbe Mon
golian gentleman by the ad vicf of learr.
, ed counsel took an appeal, and Judge
; Mux- y will pass on his CaSj next
Teddy O'Kourke was given a season
of EOurn'n? iD the couctv dew-drop in
on cbarge of embezzlement.
Tecdy will not tbump on the 1vries in
the reservation again for some davs.
Kurine 1709 of the Yuma division of
tbe S. P. came in as an ex ra t-rtay. It
is a ra- thiner for aenjinjs to got a
fa- erst s thic ci'y from tie west md
Ot tUe S, P,
On and after Oct. 1, I will begin business at
HO EAST OVERLAND ST.
With a large and
To which the people of El
to examine. Prices will be
(Between Seeton and Steffi an-Krakauer Hardware Co)
Plaint of the Pessimist.
Nothing to do but work.
Nothing to et but food;
Nothing to wear but clothes,
To keep us from going nude.
Nothing to breathe but air,
Quick as a flash 'lis gone;
Nowhere to fall but off,
Nowhere to stand but on.
Nothing to 8!n? but songs,
Ah, wel;! Alas! A'ack!
Nowhere to go but out,
Nowhere to come but back.
Nothing to rf.ad but words,
Nothing to cast but votes;
Nothing to hear but sounds,
Nothing to sail but boats.
Nothing to comb but hair,
Nowhere to sl-sep but in bed,
Nothing to weep but tears,
Nothing to bury but dead.
Nothing to see b'Jt sights,
Votbir.g to quetich hut thirst;
Nothing to nave but what we've got
Thus through lile we re cursed.
Nothing to strike but a gait
Everything' moves that goes;
Nothing a.'j nil but common sense
Can ever withstand these woes.
The cool crisp morning indicate
that Ja -k Frost is loaQntr somewhere
n.'ar around these diggings.
Them are thrt y-two divorce cases on
the docket, of ie district court. This
indicates that conjugal blies has proven
a misfit thirty-two times with several
other cases to hear from.
All the courts are about to open on
El Paso at once and the reports of
grand juries will soon be tbe topics of
the day. Haven t beard of anyone
taking a trip to tbe woods yet.
The Mexican Central is making he
roic efforts to swim a train over tbe
vast inland sra that has formed on tbe
desert between El Paso and Chihuahua.
Mexico is having a bard time in get
ting rid of an anarchist they have on
haod, because steamship companies re
fuse to carry him and bis bombs. WLy
not, send bin t J Cuba and let him test
his bravado by fighting his way
The yellow fever scare in Texas has
dwindled down to one suspected case of
The time is drawing near for the ice
man to lay as de his tongs, but the coal
man will pick up tne tnreaa wnere tne
ice man left off.
" .1 r . i ...... I . U
wuts uhhi mube na cue i auwuucr lur
$500,000 damages for alleg 'd b- each of
nrntiiMfkf mnrpin ja. m nri now their cln
not epeuk as tnt-y pass by.
Turenty-one young women are count-
lnz the silver in the United bta tea
treasury vaults. They do not want to
marry a foreign nobleman. Their
American count is good enough for
FA.1l crni'il j t m nnuj nn anlA. Thfl Vinv I
can hun? ua his grass linen pants and
let them grow. They will be big enough
ivi pa next year.
THE GOLDEN EAGLE always looks
for snaps; and we found them tbis
time at the Marshall Tailoring
Company, of Chicago.
While our buyer was east, he was of
fered fifty snits, which were made to or
der and uncalled for, at a price which will
move them quickly. These are Sack Suits
in pla'ds of grey, brown and all other col
ors, only one of a kind, (36 and 37 bust
measure ) They are made up in the latest
styles and will suit the mast fastidious of
We have put them on our tables in
will be sold at- .$12 50
B will be sold at- -$15 OO
Remember thesa goods are tailor
made and almost given away at the above
Golden Eagle Clothing
selected stock of
Paso and vicinity are invited
P-.p3r hats are fast fading from s'gbt,
but the high opera hat is ever ready to
obstruct theatre goers view of 'the
A circus' and an. Italian Opera com
pany are booked a amusements for El
Pasi next week. Everybody should be
satisfied. They can take their pick
and hear either an Italian prima don
na or a clown sing.
Engine 207 of the Brooks make
said to be tha longest engine in tbe
world, was lying in the Santa Fe yards
this morning and was being looked
over by a large crowd of railroad men.
Tbe engine was built for the Mexican
Central railroad and will be used on
the Rascon hill on the Tampico
branch of tbe Central road. The en
gine is a monster in size and looked as
hough it was too high for the numer
ous tunnels on that branch of the Cen
tral. The police ran in four parties who
were encagtd in a fight la t night.
The parties had fought before they fell
out with each other aad.could not tell
a straight story about the cause of the
Dr. C. H. Tebault, the veteran New
Orleans physician, who has had con
stant a: d extensive practice in yellow
lever visitat ons sine 3 the war. and
who was hea th officer of that city dur
ing the ep aemic oi I8b7, gives the fol
lowing prescription as U e result of his
own exp- rience for the benefit of those
who choose to try it:
QuiniaeSulp., gr. C.
Cinchonydiae Sulp , gy. C.
Pulv. Lctepeptine, gr. L.
Puiv. Sacchari Lactts, gr.L.
Ft. Capsules No. C.
S. Oae three times a day, one hour
before or one hour after meals.
The above is for adults or children
able to swallow a capsule. For chit
dren of 5 years and under I gave the
Tincturae Xantboxyli, i dracbm
Glycerine, i drachm.
Batley's Liquor Cinchoniae.
For a nurtin? baby J a dron to 1
drop thres timna a day, and to older
children from two to three drops three
times a aay.
Half a drop can be produced bv
dropping a drop into a spoon aud drop
ping mat orop into ano'ner spoon.
X be simplest way to administer it is
to put it pure on tbe tongue, and the
baby can nurse immediately after it,
or the older child can take a drink of
Adults who oan not take cipsules or
pills can take s x drops of this liquid
tnree times a aay in a little water.
it is a simple remedy, an excellent
tonic, even if one were in health, and
therefore can do no possible harm.
Th Dgs are quiet along the line r.f
the White Oak railroad. It is alwaTS
in oeiord a soorm.
Tne Mexican Central train that
started out last evening made the trip
tmouirh ti Ch'buahua nil right, but
very.loly. A train left Chihuahua
this morning for Juarez and Is expect
ed in about 5 o'clock. The rnlar
south bound through train will leave
on time this afternoon if nothlnar now
occurr. There are now lying in the
Central yards in Juarez enough cars to
make up thirty trains. Most of the cars
are loaded and awaiting the openlog
of the road to go south. Just as soon
as the track is f und to be pawablo
there will be a rush of business that
wiUkrep emp'oves busv nicht and
day for a long tim.
Tbe river has been rising gradually
rmIAI C rIO IT A CtC We treat acepteo rot treannei.i.
rtlVIALt UlbtAbto byEt.Ec- VVF f -1 1 R F social dis;;asei or men,
TRIOITY, making the old way of instruroen- HL UUIIL. Nervous liebility, ep nd-
tal examlnatlo r abslteiy unnecessary, ency In YonnjtMen suff- flpg irom you bful
...... . ............. . , 1tiiit I 11.. A fstlllAa T. T T I N. U V anH TTDIK1DV Til.,
IRREGULARITIES and KxceBS of Menses or
such ailments readll- disannear uimer our
treatment Try our Homr theatmemt ii not
convmlent )n ceo to our oltlce.
PAR PL7D Write for' ur hook oi xesw-
UMlMUun monials and Treatment of
flANKEP, Lupuo and Non-Malignant brow- twin it away rrom city. ua?es success
ths NO Cutting or Operations necessary for fully read ih rough our perfect systf m of
CUKE We BOlic.lt investigation. Mall Treatment.
NOTIO HI: On account of vart Increase In business. Dr. King, the specialist. Las
organized this company of expert specialists.
by other emmlnent spoeialists.
FRESH BALSA VICTORIAS,
Just Received at
W. G. WALZ COMPANY,
Cuidad Juarez, ----- Mexico.
for the past two days and is now run
ning banks full. Last evening a Mex
ican tried to cross ju-t below tbe
Stanton street bridge, but the current
was so strong that the wagon was over
turned and the team would have been
drowned if it had not been for prompt
assistance given him by men on the
bank. However, it resulted that no
serious damage was done.
Two ear loads of lumber were "re
ceived yesterday from the Mormon
colonies near Casas Grandes. They
arrived over the Corral itos route acd
the Mormons in tat section say they
can ship enough lumber to supply the
Juarez and El Paso market if it is
The ghost didn't walk today at tbe
cus om house and employes are stand
ing around with their hands in their
pockets jingling keys, and wondering
whats the matter with U.icle Sam's
cash box. Several of the river guards
were .at the Stanton street bridge tbis
morning holding a stag caucus over
the turn of affairs.
Judge Kemp has gone to Marfa to at
Miss Stevenson went to Abilene tbis
Ed Fink took a trip down to Pecos
G. H. Beach arrived thiB morning
from Van Horn.
Mrs. Dr. White left this morning on
a trip to Denver.
Mr. Muldary and bride left for the
north tbis morning.
Mrs. Lockwood is back' from Chica
go on a business trip.
H. L. Newman left this afternoon on
a business trip to St. Louis.
Conductor Ames of the G. H. is at
Marfa as a witness in the Scott case.
Miss Florence Newman has left for
New York where she will enter school.
Traveling Auditor, J. H. Bond of the
T. &P. arrived from Dills this morn
insr, and is checking up tbe local of
fices. Mrs. rv!cugn returnca to auver
City this afternoon after a pleasant
visit in this city. .Tbe family expect
to remove shortly to Kansas.
bupt. tienry gyring, wile ana son
are at the Pierson from colonia Juarez
Mr. Eyring is superintendent of the
big co-op store at the colonies.
Tom Beck, formerly- a well known
conductor on this division, was in the
city Saturday, and went up to Clifton
where he expects to go to work. Lib
Henry Eyring and twenty Mormon
from the colonies went north today to
Salt Lake City to attend the semi
annual conference of the Mormon
Rev. C. T. Jones, of Pinasco. Rev
J. M. Hackett, of Miembres, and C. H
Smith of the Rio Grande Advocate at
Pecos arrived tbis morning to attend
John Clemmons returned from B;e-
bee this morning. He is all run down
with malarial fever,and says there were
iiu cases in Bisbee when he came away
However, li.sDee is a great place tr
make money, and he returns as soon at
he can get physical bearings again.
ine Dig Aiexican uentrai engine
went over tr.e river tnis atternoon.
Will You Give Up all tbat healtl
means iu your ii not, lOOKOUt lor im
pure blood. Cure boils, pimples, hu
mors and all scrofulous tendencies bv
lt tt a, o 1 1 .
bamug nuuu a o-irsapariiia.
Hood S Pills are OUrelv vecetahlnanr
do not purge, pain or gripe. All drug-
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Orape Cream ol Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD
WHEN OTHERS FAIL
EXPIRT SPEC IALISTS
Dr. Kiog's New Kerredy Co.
Special Doctors for ftpecial lipases.
FREU DENT HAL BLOCK.
(Up Stairs) Cor.Fl Pasoatd gan Fibi.cl'o Bts.
ConsultotionFree. EI Paso, Tex.
PATARRH We have placed In our of
Wfl innnn floe the L aTE-T and most
MODERN APPLIANCES for the TKFAT
MENT of CATARKH, LUNG and BKONCI) IAL
Diseases. Bj our Inbalatl iu process the u ed
lcino cornea In actual contact with the di
seased parts and when our reatrcent Is car-
nea one we on katee a ULitJe. in each case
PILE9, SI RICT IIR 8, by tlectiicity. SKIN
ui ff II 111 flllVIIIU rriunary aecpn-
. . . .V ,V , . . dary and Tertiary
vjunr.u wi doui iu u&eo mercury.
WRITF for Symptom Blanks if llvlna
Dr. King wl'.l have personal charge, assisted
We are sending out
goods is because we
have what the people
that is GOOD, RELIA
BLE and LOW PRIC
ED. Take advantage
of the present prices
and furnish up your
rooms before the boom
that is sure to come
JBiOYT & BASS
816 EL PASO ST.
Stop Paying Kent !
Own Your Own Rome!
For a smaller monthly pay
ment than you are now pay
ing rent, for further Infor
mation call on D. Y. Had ley,
or any of the following offi
cers and directors of the El
Paso Branch of the National
Guarantee Loan & Trust Co.,
of Dallas, Texas. (Subscrib
ed capital $1,500,000.00J
Sr H. (Newman, Pres.; M. P. Noake,
Vice-Pres.; 1). Y. Hadley, Sec'y. and
Treas ; M. W. Stanton, Att'y.; J.
Knegle, D. Y. Hadley and Wm. Bein
heimer, appraising committee. Geo.
R. Harvey, J. A. Escajeda, Edmund E.
Neff, Thos. O'Keeffe, f. M.MiUspaugn.
and R. H. Roberta Directors.
Clippers, model '97v..$35
Etnas, model '97...... 35
Boy's Etnas mod. '97- 25
EL PASO CYCLE CO.
Bicycle and Gunsmith.
El Paso Lime fork
A. COTTRCHESNE, Prop.
A CAPACITY OK 500 BUSHELS PER DAT.
Hydraulic White Lime
' Contractor and Builder.
-JOBBIKO PROMPTLY JEXKCUTKD,
Shop 406 South Florence, below 2nd.
A. H. WHITMER. D. D. 8.
Dentistry In all its branches.
Offio nw HmnU F T1nfc- Ofttr
Last n'eht Evunpelist Martin
plettd the Ntw Testament's convex
sods He a-ked his audience tome
questions. Some they could answer
and others they could net. He asked
now many households wi mont..n
in the New Testament, but nn nr A
could tell. The evantrehst thn m
there were five. Dr. Martin eava snn-.a
very hard things, but tfce people show
no disposition to be aosrv. Th m.k.
er shows his own deep conviction cn
plainly that his audience feels with
mm. borne questions had been put in
tbe query box which the doctor raid
were unreasonable, since thev a
require too much time in thair ancu--
One asked what was his onir.inn ni ik.
Seventh Chapter of Romans. The
speaker said it would require at least
u n. urio ciscuss the t hatter. Th
subject tonight will be "Infallibly
Sate;" tomorrow night, "Religion.
What Is It?" The woinc-n . m.Li--
calculations to surpass .the men in sum"
utrs, eic., at the uclure to women only
next Sue day at 3 d. m. Tinlrra f
admisbion are being d stributed freely.
Tbe W. ti. WaJz company will n-.nvA
sorretime befoie January into tbe ex
tensive premises Immediately to the
north on tbe corner of San Fi anrieco
ar d El P: 8" s'reets, i ow occupied hv
the Rio Grande pharmacy. As th
tore is 25x140 feet with an ell. t.ha
VTalz company will greatly benefit h
A fourtn loom will be added to tha
Mexican ecbool thort'y. which wni
ivemnoh needed hddiiioral imnm.
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