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ERNPACIFIC, "SUNSET EOUTE." NEW ORLEANS AND GALVESTON SAN ANTONIO AND GALVESTON V - V Well, we are back asra'n, and wi ehall be obliged to live on b"ar and deer and duck and quail and pig-eon and rabbit and I on and icdian for at least a fortnight. We had a great t'tne thoug-h, even if an unhappy bc- cidont did spili pepper in all our beds, and the sne- zirg made us look.stracg'e ly erousrh, as if we had actually touch ed the awful, sinful bottle once too often. It. wasn't so. We neither drank, swore, smoked, ror lied. Our conversation at nil times was of the Sunday school and the Salvation Army. (?) Fred Bascom of Las Cruces didn't mean to tell a falsehood when he told Black Jack he was from El Pao. It was a slip of the tongue simply, but a fortunate one, for Jack has it in for Bascom of I. as Cruces. Floyd Payne went to hunt. Dave, df ar old hy, is going' to eret married, and though he doesn't show s'gns of it, he knows it, and he wanted just one more taste of sweet bachelorhood unde the most perfect of conditions be fore he " should settle down It is good for Dave; if his wife likes him Ha If as much as all the good people of El Paso do, the cup of ioy for him and her will b full to the brim. It is go d uck to him, from us all. Ho'sce Stevens went for well, he paid life was too rapid for him in El Paso: he wanted to get out in the woods wh.jre he could just lie on his back under the blue sky, and listen to the sighing of '.he pines and the murmuring of the brooic, aod close h's eyes and meditate. -done and undisturbed, upon the great hereafter, with never a thought of the delinquent tenant or tho insurance ad ulter to mar h's happiness. lid, the ebony beauty, went along to restup for his winter s work in the chicken busi ness. He rested. To ba sure, be wa run over by a wagon, and two tons went over his head; he was oale for a min ute from sheer fright, but h:s head wasn't hurt. Then he was chased by a bear down a rocky canyoD, and he hadn't a knife or gun of ny kind. The man wiih a Winchester and two six- hooters had just come back for the butcher knife, leaving lovely Ei des fenseless quile. Several Uiore exper iences helpad ti varv the monotony of making biscuits in lots of two hundred for tha hereinafter mentioned newspa per mn to eat to absorb is the wqrd, perhaps. Ed was ftook. lie rtsssed, Tnis way th o-iginal hve. With them there cauie five purualtes, three of whom came dangerously near being parricides. Here are the who, the what, ana the how; the wny remains undisc!oseJ.ia.epf the-Jiigh officers of- the Kfo (jfande, sierra radvu' f acinc railway tve io- Dear to men ICS his natre, lor ne is KiniNva ta t3 a des perate tpan, ar.a to carry a skinning knife in bis boot legi led into thesouth country, to look at the timbir, two gentlemen whom we will call . i'or short, UJty ana iJa'.ty, jiaffy had a vory jirnUy pipe, but no tobacco. One of the original five swore that Daffy al ways spoke of "kitty" when hodeslr-.d to s xoke; another insisted that he mentioned "granulated." That, by the way, was the only serious ciiuagreeN ment in Uariy(ony Oatup.) However that tuay be, the three fetarted from camp ose day to go to Pacheco, and Trom there to unu;cnupa. As they weie sotting out, a Mormon carre, into camp and said that eig'ut miners had just tijen killed by Black Jack's gang not very far from Chulchupa. o mat ter, we are weil armed, and brave a,i lions, y our litt'e party. On they ride, their s'ooa iuule3 snif fing the air as if already scenting the smoke of battle. Five miles, six, seven Hark! what sound is that 'f ' Do you see him?" 8ysone;;,Ie has whiskers, he wears a red bandanna abjut his throa', he must be a bad man." With o:e thought, out came the three siii she oters, cock d and held in the left bacd pointing at the mule's hind leg, the proper way in Mexico. "By my valor," says the general ollij r, "this is 6erious indeed ;" and ho tugs and tugs with his free hand at his Winchester, while his mule wanders off into tha bruh at the s:d?of the road. The bold, baa higawayman, bo vastly outnumbered and neatly outwit ted, holds up his hands, and veils. "Dn't shoot gentlemen, don't shoot: I will run away if you let me.'' ''Go then," cries Daffy, his voice fchaky with emotion, "and sin no more, wick ed man." An hour oi-two later John ny JUaacroft, a peaseable Mormon "X7V v &i-Lr. . . Ma ft A colonist, came into camp and told how, as he role unprotected, he had been held up by three men in store clothes riding on stolen steeds, one of whom he recognized as the general officer. The Mormon went away, and pretty soon the three came galloping in, hav 1. . . i - ji nil r .1 ing latren a long uumhit. luey Baiu. little, but slept on ' their arms that niffht. dreaming of victory. Next morning they declared their intention of returricg to home and mother, at once. They would not take time to go by the road, but would eo by the compass, straight over the hills, and reach Caas Grandes before night. Thev reached the stat'on next morning, after ridiiig all night, and nobody knows how much anguish and terror they sutferea in that awful ride Some one at the station when they ar rived said that the three animals lurched oercept.bly when the three hearts dropped down from the three throats, thus restoring a proper librium where before had topheaviness. In time color pqui been and strength returned to our heroes: they swore secrecy, and when they got to town not a word was said of the;r ter rible expe-ience. i he other two of the parasitic hve were Carpenter, who went along to try his new popgun, with a pink string ed to the cork, on a bear; and the newspaper man, who held the only license to prevaricate, who had to and all the chairing, and who was proud of the biggest, liveliest appetite in the crowd. And we must not forget that for several days we entertained a real brigand in our cmp. We were ail brave, but dusky Ed says tha!i the whole crowd shut themselves up in a teot and closed the door, having with in no less than eight Winchesters, live shotguns, ten six-shooters, and as many knives, while he was left outside to gua d things, with cot so much as a penknife for defense. Now you have been introduced to the boys, so we will take a little trip with them through the mountains. We left El Paso on a Thursday, and went direct to Casas Grandes. On the train we accidentally spilled a jug of lemon J tori, t6St? soda water, all ihi drinkable we had. The train fmellj of it yet. Fred amus ed himself for awhile ehootiDg kilor meter poets as we rushed by, luit Horace insist ;d that it was out of season for kilometers, and npoiptiy shut down on tiat game. Ileaching the end of the lice, we 'were soon packed and "off for a hot time," as the cook told his gir'. in El Pao. Oice on the road we jogged along merrily. The road for twenty miles is flat and good; then we got into the mountains. The Mormons have built and dug and blasted avery respejtab'e road throujr. the rocky hillsides: it i; ouiy wide enough fop cnw Wagon, but at long In tervals there are turnouts. Daffy didn't notice the turnouts. At one point on the road he suddenly asked, "Now ey, what do they do wb.en. two carts meet in this rad, golg'in opposite direc tions?" "Simply change wagons," said truthful Horace, and pc-Viydy smiled. ' We campti iu b. uanyou that night. Net day nearly everybody went hunt ing, Darly brought in some turkeys, thtt he shot with a rifle on the wing. Daffy is all right: a week or two in the wocds would take all the moss olT h,i:j back. Some oae bagged a Ueeu Clave and Horaoe cn?,e in v,"i'h a long story of a P.gh, wth a torocious bear. "No into the mountains with his Winches. ter: after a while he come back, watte in tne tace, ana yeu to ue ta bring a s:x shooter ncci cone with him. Wnat jou seeny says I. 'Big brown bear," says he. Why didn't you sJ-(ooi him? says I. And he say, when he get his breaf, 'TTe was oj'y a hundred feet . -. . - n .1 T ... . . r . " l r t "ijfi lu i w u.a ui:iu n 4 nut my rifle I would miss Mm, and the bear would couio for ine, and I without a pistol couidn't do nothing.' I tell him, if he Is looking for jack rabbits. h can find them nearer camo." One day the brigand unci his dog scared up mountain lion, and had a 'ively nght with him. Dave was with him, and can tell graphically of the sight presented when the lio.r. balked out on a little overhanging ledge of reck, and stood there facing th-a do"-, both snarling and showing their teetn' the two animals silhouetted against the sky. The lion skin was brought into camp. The dog will still be of use Then followed several days of de lightful and exciting bunting excur sions Everybody but Fivd and the newspaper man brought in something lr ll,il Inlj ..I ,1m,. .. " - . w i .j w i v. . i. : , (JutiiiDg. Lnree or fcur bullets in them, at siv.n hun drd yaras. subsequently cutting their throats and Elvinmng them; but they always got away after that. Fred doesn't believe a white tail deer can be killed. He says the six we ate were still afive, even after they had been dried ana cooked, it is a fact that he and Horace and the newspaper man all brst class shots, emptied their magazines into a single deer one dy and the deer got away without leaving a trace ot Diooo. ia says a pine t-e three or four feet above the, der was cut down by the bullets, while dust was flying all around him. Ed was prevar icating; the deer simply ran away with twenty-seven bullets in him. Sra? people have criticised the new small calibre riil-js. Horace had a cannon One day he came ino camp bringing a deer. The animai had b -en shot through the bofly, after wh:ch he ran a thousand yards; through the Shoulders, after which he ran thrc.3 hundred yards down and up the aidus of a steep canyon: then through the hod, the bullet going Into his forehead squr-ly and c ming out, in the neck: afrer this last shot the deor got up and ran tn yards, and put uo a hard light after his head was cut off and his en trails taken out. Floyd says ha bo ik ves Horavo put the hvle in t.':e head (1 ft 4K with his sixhooter, after the head was cut off. Floyd does these things himself, miybe, eo he knows. Horace is good; he wou'.dn't lie about any thing. During thfs days we often moved camp. We left the wagon behind, ard went with pack animals through the mountains and mesas. Sometimes we would consume half a day in going a distance Floyd sa!d was two mile-i or less. Said Dusky one day, " 'Pears mighty curious to me that when we move camp it is always less than two railed, but if Mister Floyd shoots a deer it is seven hundred yards." After we had obtained specimens of about ever; kind of game the country affords, we went to "dig siin's." Travel ing over the hills, we came to a drop off where we were obliged to let the horses and wagon down by ropes some five hundred feet. All the party climbed safely down the trunk of a stately pine. We were now in the heart of the country of the cave dwell- ers ard cliff dwellers, and with guns lanterns, p:cks and spades and and sacks, wa sained forth. We found stone imp'ements, fiagments of pot tery and fabrics, hieroglyphics, and bones. We dug skeletons until we got tired, and then went to look at some mineral the buys had found. A diiv of lounging was soon spent bu'. well enioved, and next morning we got up two hours before the day, ate break fst by the light of the stirs and the old moon, frosted our feet, and were ready to move for Casas Grandes be fore sunrise. We reached our des tination at dark, and next day we were home again. A few facts about the country, for future use, will be worth noting. The next time we shall go about one month later. It will then ba considerably colder, the deer will he lower dowu, the ducks will be plentiful, and the acoros and pmons and juniper d ;rries will have ripened better and gone to make the deer and bea" and turkey fatand sleek. The country is fail of the evergreen oak trees (enema) an 1 encinii'a bushes, as well as roancinida trees, iunioers, nut pines, and various other kindsof tree and shrub that af ford sustenance to the big game animals. It is desirable, however, to keep on the broad msas at a lower level, rather than in the highest moun tains. These mesa are wnere we uni formly found the most game of all soris. and tney are easily acaetsiuie nd make go d camping grounds, The learest of pure mountain water can be found on any of these mesas, in the ids of arroyos. In trie mounta.' n the large pines predominate, and there is little food for game. We shall dispense with a wagon next time, and u?e pack animals ex"lu- ively. While it is possible to take a eavily Joided wagon into toe neart oi the hunting country on good roada.it is nevertheless a handicap and rather restricts freedom of selection in es tablishing ruiup. Tho -!iip, once pitched, should bo permanent. We shall aave a few dogs: two good dogs would be likely to raise a lion or twa, although lions are scarce any where They would be reasonably sure to start up a, bear a day, and they are almo.-t necessary In following the trail of a wounded ber. f loyd and carpentor shot a big bear one morning, utting two bullets into himj as. ciose range and well placed The b'.ood spurted on the tushes three feet on each side from the wound in the neck. They traced the bear for four hours and afterwards they and others tipnt some hours on it, but. the bloody marks dinVmisuod ttea1ily, and finally th.Q chase had to be abandoned,, A dog would have rounded, up ib.it bear ("the biggest 4 have ever 6ee", in a unison) in a very 6hort time. The game thing undoubtedly happened, with many de?r, which, were hard, bit, but left broken trails. The siort I excellent. We got lion, beir, doer, wild turkey, wild pi gef;2, quail, duck, rabbit, squirrel, skunk, and prairie dog to our whole dosire everything, in fact, that the re gion affords, except wildcats and ante lope. We were too high up for the an- several wildcats, but WTnir?aAnd the par rots mut not be forgotten. ---MCg saw lloeks containing neariy two hundrevd. of the pretty gossips. iae bunting grounds around oasas Grandes are of vast extent. We chose the region of Strawberry canyon and Hon valley partly because we desired to investigate the caves and cliff dwel lings of that region. But it is possible to get good hunting within lass dis tance than wo traveled. The country in any part is fresh and not hunted over n anv considerable extent, and be.-ides thi, there are restrictions against hunting for the market in this region, so that it will be for many sea sons a true game preserve and ideal hunting ground. Whit it Means. When we advertise that we will guarantee Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric Bitters, Buckltn's Arn'ca Salve, or Dr. King's New Etfe Pills, it means that we are authorized by the proprietors to sell these remedies on a positive guarantee, that if purchaser is not satisfied with results, we will refund the purchase price These medicines have been sold on this guarantee for many years and there could ba no more conclusive evidence of their grcnt merit Ask about them and give thein a trial. .Sold at W. A. Irvin & Cos. Wholesale and Retail drug store. Cheap Kates. For the next 30 days the Santa Fe Route will have on sale low rate tickets to all points in the east and north. If vou contemplate taking a trip, either p easure or business, it will pay you to call on us. Information at city ticket of tica or depot. F. B. Houghton, J. S. Morrison, General Agent. City Pass. Agent Pure Hygeia Ice. Made from distilled water. Ask our family physlci- nor druggist as to mrltv and heaithfulneas of our Ice; tel- pbone 14. Paso Iotc fr. Kf.frtqkrator Oo Sjiirit-T ranee Medium. Mrs. I.. James, the noted medium has just arrived here and may be con suited on all affair- of life at l''M Chi huahua street: Locates mineral and hidden treasures. Diagnoses discuses while under control. S'eepingcar rates will probably be increased to pay the funeral expenses of the late Mr. Pullman says the Citi zen. Wi:h the El Paso & White Oaks road built next year, it will be an easy matter to bjild the Albuquerque & Durango road and extend the line to White Oaks, making a complete rail road system for the entire territory. Citizen. A new composite locomotive and pas senger car, carrying its supply of water and coal underneath, has been making fortv-five miles an hour on one of the New England roads. Steam is not yet ready to abdicate to electricity. Four of the bost known passenger con ductors of the aan'a Fe were called up for investigat'on by A-sistant. General Superintendent Avery Turner in Topeka, the other afternoon. They are F. G Gould, J. H Pierce, C. H. Branch and W. C Dearinf, and all were charged with a'lowing passengers to ride on trains without proper trans portation. The Optic understands that a party proporting to be traveling for an axle grease establishment is the "spotter" in the instance. Combination Freig-bt Car. The M., K. & T. II. K. is consider ing the adoption of a new style of freight car, which, if it does all that i's inventor claims for it, will s,ve the road miny thousands of dolltrs each year A source of g-eat expense and one from which no revenue is derived, is the hauling of empty cars over the road. l very day Jo:g trams of stock cars are 'Shipped empty from points along the line into Texas to be loaded there for the return trip. At the same timi trains of empty freight and coal cars are baing hauled -t li a other way, having been bent to Texas loadtd. the new car is a combination freight and cattle cur. and is the invention of S. Dunn of New Franklin, Mo., who has bf?en for several years pist a train dispatcher ou the M., K. & T. The cars are very complete and can be ship ped to a point loaded with merchandise and when empty, ahlf hour's work transforms it into a cattle car, with all the modern improvements, ready to be loaded with cattle and shipped back. If this car is adopted it will avoid the necessity of hauling empty cars in either direction. By Pennsylvania Capitalists. The following is from the Scranton (Pa.,) Republican of Oct. 6, lS'JT. At the meeting of .the directors of the New-Mexico liiilway and Coai com pany held at their office in New York, the other day, it was voted to commence at ones the construction of the rail rcai from El Paso, Texas, to the S'alado coal fields of New Mexico. The length of the road when completed will be 1(35 milesx The new coil field is .400 miles nearer the market than the pre sent supply. The following directors were present: Col. H. M. Biise. H.on. L. A Wat ters, Thomas H. Watkins, C. D.' Simp son, H. P. Simpson of Scrantoa; Thomas Ford, Pittson; J. Wells Hol enback, Wiikes-Barre; Commodore G. C. W. Lowery. K. T. McCabe, Ben jimin S Haimon, New York; and Charles B. Eddy, New Mexico. The officers of the company are: Pre sident, C. D. Simps3n; vice president, Charles B. Eddy; B. S. Harmon trea surer. The railroad will also open up an ex tensive mineral country of gold, silver (opper and lead ores, -also a possible agricultural district, fruit lands and a large body of timber. Its control is in tho hands of coal and banking men J of the Wyoming and Lackawanna val I leys of Pennsylvania. The ounty of Rio Arriba has sold 100.000 lambs this season. This alone gives about SoO per capita to the voters o.f that prosperous county. E. Gilbert of Dadga City Kansas, has purchased of Senor Pasquero, of Sono ra, 3000 head of cattle, and is now load ing and shipping them to pasture. A jack rabbit recently killed in this county had several Texas fever ticks attached to its body. Should it be dis covered that this long eared species' is a factor in distribu'.mg Texas fever. quarantine matters would simply be in a plight. Sterling City News. Mr. G. T. Newman of El Paso has bought the Breen herd of cattle, and as fast is roundel up Mr. LSreen delivers. Mr. Newman has now about one thou sand head which he is holding near Crittenden until the others come in when he will drive them to Texas. It is estimated that the herd will ba about 1500 head. Oasis. The editor of the Fort Worth Live Stock reporter gives vent to his indig nation over all known epidemics, being credited to Texas in the following language: "If the much-talked-of 'Texas screw worm epidemic' said to be prevailing in Missouri had been brought to the attention of the Live Stock Sanitary board's meeting, i doubtless would have received the same treatment that was accorded the misnomer Texas fever, only the screw worm is not 'southern.' Any state that has flies has sjrew worms, and it is adding insult to iniurv to charge 'Tex as' with being the breeding cround of all tha i'ies in the United States." Notice! To all who intend to visit Mexico Commencing October 31st, the timi table of the Mexican Central railway will undergo a change. On and aft r that date, the south, bound through passenger train will leave El Paso et 2 o'clock p. ra., and the north bound will arrive at ":oo p. m., Mexican Cei -tral time. G. A. MCLLER, Com'l Agent, El Paso, Texas, FOR SALE FINE BUSINESS CORNER, 115 x 60 feet. Mesa avenue and Texas streets. Right in the line of improvements. S4.500 buys 15 room lodging bouse iD central part of th city. Lot, 102 x 75 feet. Room to enlarge. LARGE WAREHOUSE, on side track, cheap, terms easy. MYRTLE & ST. VR AIN STREETS. two lots for $60. NORTH OREGON STREET, lotand one half, 39 feet, for $350. HOUSE NO. 614, NORTH OREGON street, $2,500. Easy terms. HOUSE NO. 311. TEXAS STREET. 6 rooms, $2,000. Installments. TWO LOTS, for $650. Corner of Idaho and Florence streets. NORTH STANTON STREET. 3 lots just north of Montana street. For Rent STORE No. 109. El Paso street. One of the best locations in the city. NEW MILLS BUILDING. ODDOsite plaza, store and two large light base ment NO. 1110 SAN ANTONIO STREET. basement of three rooms. IN "SHELDON RTTfLDTNG." h9ti office building in Texas, store room With bank- fiYt.ll.0a anH 1 a yrra vault. - " - AU.gV TUUAW, store room foot of Oregon stree'', offices and rooms with steam beat and eleva tor, 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors. I represent 10 leading fire insurance companies, and write life and accident nsurance in the TRAVELER'S OF HARTFORD CONN. LIBERAL POLICIES LOWEST RATES. Property placed in my hands exclus ively, will be advertised free of cost to owner. Horace B. Stevens, Real Estate and Insur ance Agent, LOOK AT THE MAP! We can Ticket You to ANY PART OF THE UNITED STATES.. Low Rates. Eleqant Equipment, Fast Time. E-P. TURNER, Gen'l Pass'r and Tkt Agent, DALLAS, TBL Notice to Shippers. El Paso, Texas, Sept. 25, 1897. 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 Galveston, during the continuance. of the quarantine restrictions at New Orleans and vicinity. All steamers leaving New fori 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 io New Orleans, or passing through that point, cither having des tination in the state of Texas, or des tined to points beyond; therefore, we would request that for the present no freight be routed through New Or leans. On freight originating in Chicago, Cleveland, Cincinnati and adjacent ter ritories, we would solicit routing through St. Louis, care Frisco Line, H. & T. C. and Southern Pacific; M. K. & T , H. & T. C. and Southern Pacific: C. R. I. & P., H. & T. C. and Southern Pacific; or Burlington. M. K. & T., H. & T. C. and Souther Pacific. This does not in any way effect freight to and from seaboard via Mor gan L'ne steamers and Sunset route, as same does not pass through New Orleans. The post office department advise that all mail from New Orleans to Mo bile Scranton, Ocean Springs and other supposed infect districts is fumi gated and no danger from that source ia likely to arise. T. E Hunt, Commercial agent. Xew Depot. Beginning Tuesday, 19th Inst., all trains of the R. G., S. M. & P. Ry., will leave Cludad Juarez from the new brick depot, opposite the Mexican Central depot. J, T. Logan, g. t, A MO FKRLAND f eNO ""' 'rgs WO IT3T O wb-F"" "sfc