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I HE DAILY HERALD
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, lH'.tl. PUBLISHED KVKBY EVEN IN (i Exolt Sunday Entered at the postofBco at El Paso, Texas, as mall matter of the second class. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. dally, one year .- 17 00 Dally, six m-oths....... 3 BO Dally, threi months - . - 1 TB Dally one month 60 Weekly one year . ......... !0jj Weekly six months . ... 1 00 Weekly three months...- ... Do jy CARRIER. The tjaii.t Hirald Is delivered by carrier n El raso Texas and Juares, Mexico, at 16 cents per week, or 80 cents per month. Subscribers failing to get The Herald res; alarlyor promptly should notify Thb Dih j business office (not the carrier) In order to receive Immediate attention. Telephone Mo. 116. ADVERTISING RATES. Kates of advertising In the Dally or Weekly Ylltlon made known on application at the publication office. Or ring up telephone num oer lift, and a representative of the business department will call and quote prices ana Uor'.ract for space. , . Locals 10 cents per line In every Instance lor fl rst Insertion, and 6 cents per line for each Additional Insertion. . . m. Legal notices of every description (1 per nch each insertion. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. 1 Hirald Is fully prepared to do all Elnri.nf nlaln and fancv Job printing In all he latest styles. Work perfectly and promptly done. THE WEEKLY HERALD. A large eight page paper giving the Vocal events of the week, published very Saturday. Just the paper to end friends for information regard ing El Paso. Price $2.00 per year six months SI.OO. The Mexicans were disappointed that William didn't visit them. The collectorship fight is go over until after congress liable to convenes. With silk nightshirts and diamond shirt studs it looks as though Bryan had struck some prosperity. Mr. Bryan's diamond shirt studs are in danger of becoming dimmed by the factory smoke as he is passing through. The Pali Mall Gazette says that the United States is destined to be the cheapest steel producing country in the world. The splinters are still llyinsr off th silver platform and now and lixea whole plank drops off as some farm pro duct rises in value. The revenue of the government from the tariff, the tax on whisky, beer and tobacco, and from all sources, is now $4.59 annually for each person. Ned Green is popular with the newspaper men. He manages to secure large slices of patronage through the large papers but Doctor Grant secures the patronage from the departments, If the president can afford to go from Washington to Ohio to vote, can any other member of the republican party afford to stay at home on election day. or neglect to vote the entire tick el? The fleht for the collectorship has narrowed down to Banna and Hawley for Dillon against Dr. Grant for Camp bell. As Dr. Grant will not go to Washington uutil congress convenes it looks very much as if Captain ''Mose' baa a walkover with Col. "Bob." The reDort of the director of the mint shows that the United States pro duced last year nearly a third of the B'lver output of the world, and that ehe contributed over a third of the trold coinase of the world. The silver production amounted to $12,000,000, while the gold production was $204, 000,000. The price which Mr. Bryan gets for his eleven speeches in Ohio haa not yet been made public. It is under stood, however, that they are being handsomely paid for, especially in view of the fact, possibly, that they mar have the effect of giving John R McLean second place on the president ial ticket with Mr. Brjan in 1000. Opportunity, says tne Latin pro verb, has hair in front, behind she is bald; if you seize her by the forelock you may hold her, but if suffered toes cape not Jupiter himself can cacth her again. The same rule applies as well to cities as to Individuals, Ll fa-o can not afford to allow the present op portunity to pass by unimproved. The six cotton-seed mills at New Orleans in one year crush 8j,000 tons of Bead, yield 3,750.000 gallons of oil, 32,000 tons of oil cake or meal, 3,000 bales of lint and many tons of hulls This is the product of only six of the hundreds of mills scattered through the south. The story of the rise of this industry ia more like a romance than a plain commercial fact. And now cotton seed is joining all agricultural products in "parting com pany" with silver. A large increase in the price of cotton seed and cotton seed meal is reported, with a prospect of still further advances. Indeed it is difficult to find a farm product any where that has not advanced duricg the very time that silver has been fall ing. If our silver friends are unable to account for all these advances through the famine abroad, will they admit that any part of it is due to the Dingley law? THERE is no better test of business conditions than the state of the bank ing business of the country. When bank "clearings" are heavy it is a cer tain evidence of prosperity. Brad- street's latest reports show the clear ances for the week ending September 18, 1897, to be the largest of any week since January, 1893, and one of the largest ever reported. The increase over the corresponding week of 1SD6 is more than fifty per cent., and Is fully seventy-five per cent, above the corres ponding week of the first year of Cleve ad'e lajt term, TilK PATRONAGE Involved in the Election of Greater New York The patronage of the mayor of Great er New York will be greater than that controlled by any mayor in tha world. He will have at his disposal the following positions: City chamberlain Salary, $12,000. Corporation counsel $I5,00. Four police commissioners $o,000 each. Pres'dent of the board of public im provement $8,000. Six commi.-sioners of improvements $7.500g'?ach. One tax commissioner $8,000. Four tax commissioners $6,000 each One health commissioner $7,500. Two health commissioners $0,000 each. Two municipal court justices $6,000 each. Five municipal court justices $5,000 each. Fifteen city magistrates $0,000 each. Five city magistrates $5,000 each. Ten spec'al sessions justices $0,000 each. Two commissioners of accounts $5,000 each. One chief of bureau of statistics $3,500. Three park commissioners $5,000 each. . Two building commissioners $7,000 each. One building commissioner $3,500. Two charity comm'ssioners $7,500 each. One charities commissioner $2,500 One corrections commissioner $7, 500. One dock commissioner $15,000 Two dock commissioners $5,000 each. Commissioner of jurors $5,000. Sixty-three city marshals salaries to be fixed. Inspectors and sellers of weights and measures. Eighty-four school commissioners. Six art commissioners. Six civil service commissioners. Besides these there will be heads of various commissions. The civil list of Greater New York will, it is said, con tain more than 25,000 nams of muni cipal employes, who will receive salar ies aggregating $!,000,000. At the election today, there will also be chosen a comptroller and a sheriff and county clerk for the county of Kings, each of whom will receive a compensation at times greater than that received by the president of the United States. Their respective compensations, which are largely made up of fees, are estimated as follows: Comptroller from $40,000 to $85,000, depending on the amount of fees, n County clerk of Kings about $75,-000. Sheriff of Kings about $80,000. Under the law lately passed, the offices of county clerk and sheriff of New York are much less remunerative than tbey were under the old law when each of these offices was regard' ed as worth more than $100,000 an nually. Mexican Notes. Monterey is to have a new theatre. Messrs. Sommer, Hermann & Co have secured a concession for the erection of a new pier at Frontera. The Banco Comercial of Chihuahua. of which Enrique C. Creel is president will establish a branch at Juarez. Mexico raises sugar cane to the value of $25,000,000 a year and annual ly produces over $10,000,000 worth of sugar. United States dealers imported $171, 250 of Mexican coffee in the month of August, as against $ti0,0S9 in August of last year. Of the total increase in the exports of Mexico, amounting to $6 329,504 dur ing the last fiscal year, $1,344,501 was in precious metals and ores. Mexico's corn crop reaches a value of $75,000,000 a year. The value of the wheat raised in the republic only reach es about one-sixth of this amount. Mexico s cotton crop Is reaching- a prominent place in the agriculture of the republic. This product now reach es an annual value of over ten mil lions. Mr. L. E. Girardey, of Paducah, Kentucky, will establish a p ano facto ry in Mexico. He hopes to have the finished product on the market in Jan uary or February. Manufacturers of sugar machinery are selling more machinery to Mex ico this year than ever before. In ad dition to tne many new plants es tablished, the old ones are being great ly improved. The amount of Mexican tobacco ex ported has now reached a value of more than half a million dollars a month, and each month continues to show an increase of about 200 per cent over the same month of the previous year. Auguste Genin, of Mexico City, has secured a concession to establish two Dowder factories in the republic. One must be commenced in one year, the other in two years, and bota must be in oDeration in three years. The company is obligated to spend $25,000 in the enterprise. Arlington U. Betts, of Toledo, Ohio, who has secured a concession for a bicycle factory in the state of Vera Cruz, states that he will have Mexican made wheels on the market by Feb ruary, 1898. Mr. Betts says his factory will turn out 10,000 wheels a year. The retail price of them will be $100 Mexican. Every month shows an increase in the shipments of Mexican tobacco to the United States. The figures for August show an increase of twenty-five per cent, over the figure for August of last year, while the first eight months of this year show an increase of nearly hve hundred per cent, over the same period of 1890. United States furniture manufactur ers are looking to Mexico for their sup ply or mahogany, ine total value of mahogany imported from all countries during August was $113,085. of which the imports from Mexico amounted to $72,920. This was an increase of near ly three hundred per cent, over the same period of last year. correspondent of the Mining1 and Metallurgical Journal of Los Angeles, who has ben traveling in Lower Cal ifornia writes: ''There are few mining districts in the United States ' where ! rainirg can he carried on more conomically than in Lower California -miners' wages $2.00, laborers $1.25 per day. The laws of the country are ! very best for the protection of the in- t vestor, and, what is more to the point, the laws are strictly enforced. In all the writer's travels through mining- districts, he has never discovered a greater spirit of cordiality existing between the officers of the government and civilians on one aide and the rep resentatives of foreign capital on the other," THE OLD RELIABLE -EL PASO KOCTE" - ANO THE SUNSET LIMITED. As previour-ly announced by circular the Texas & Pacific in connection with the Chicago & Alton, St. Louis, Irvn Mountain & Southern, and the South ern Pacific railways, will operate the famous "Sunset Limited," between Chicago and sian Francisco semi-weekly on schedule shown herein. The first westbound tr. in will leave Chicago Tuesday, October 19th, at 1:30 p. m., and each Saturday and Tuesday there after until further a1vi?ed. The first train ea-toound will leave San Fran cisco (Oakland), Monday, October 18th. at 5:30 p. m., and each Thursday and Monday thereafter until further ad vised. The schedule will be as follows: WEST-BOUND SCHEDULE EAST-BOUNIJ Tues. & Sat. 1:30 p m Lv Chicago. Ar uiildgo 4-.no p in Tuea & Sat 1(1:0 ' v m Lv St l,o .1". Ar !St Louis 7:30 it ru Frl & Mon Wed & Sun 1.30 p m ArTe.xarlcnna, Lv l'e.arkna 4:30 p in Tbur & Sun Wed & Sun 2:00 p ra Lv T?.xiirka", Ar Texurkuna 4:15 p ni Tliur & Sun Wed & Sun 8:55 p m Lv East 1hI1ms, Lv East Da las 9:?0 a m Tbur & Sun Wed & Sun :f p m Lv Ft Worth, Lv Ft Worm 8;lo a m Thur& Sun Tliur & Mm 4: M p in city time Ar El Paso, Lv El fuso 12 n"ci city time Wei & Sat Frl & Tues :i::iO p m Ar Los A" Keif s Lv Los Ange'ea 10:-'0 a m Tues & Frl Sat & Wed lo:!5 a m Ar San Franc'sco. Lv San Fraucisco 5.30 p in Mon & Thur The "Sunset Limited" will be scheduled to stop only at following stations: TEXAS & PACIFIC. Texarkana, Tex., Ft. Worth, Tex., Toy .h, Tex., Longview, Jet., Tex., Baird, Tex., Sierra Blanca, Tex., East Dallas. Tex., Big Springs, Tex., El Paso, Tex. CHICAGO & ALTON. Chicago, 111., Pontiac, 111., Lincoln, 111., Cnica?o, 23rd St, 111., Chenoa, 111., Springfield, 111., Joliet, 111., Bioomington, 111. ST. LOUIS, IKON MOUNTAIN & SOUTH ERN. Malvern, Ark., Little Rock, Ark., Bald Knob, Ark, While tickets may be sold, and through baggage checked for the "Sunset Limned" to points other than those named above at which train is scheduled to stop p issengers holding tickets to such destinations should be advised that they will be carried on "Sunset Limited" to first schedule stop short of destination, and from that point to destination on first regular train following, and that bag gage will be handled in like manner. MAKE-UP OF TRAINS. Each train will be composed of the following cars arranged in order nam ed: One composite car, containing bath room, barber shop, cafe, library, and smoking room. One compartment parlor car, with lavatory in each compartment, and parlor for the special use of ladies, witn a ladies' mam in attendance. One or more double drawing room sleepers, with ten sections, and a draw ing room at each end of tne car wilh toilet annex. One dining car, meals served a la carte. Train is vestibuled throughout, il luminated with pimsch gas, and heated by steam. TICKETS. Only first class one v. ay limited, or unlimited, or round trip excursion tickets, local or tt rough, or regular mileage tickets, other than advertis ing, will be accepied for passage on ounset L.imited. " jn o passes or ad vertising tickets of any description will oe Honored. BAGGAGE The barber in composite car will act as train baggage master, and as space is limited only through bagsage will De carried on bunset Limited Baggage checked on local tickets will be handled on other regular trains. SLEEPING CAR ACCOMMODATIONS as "(sunset L.imited will not carry day coach, every passenger will have to be providtd with berth or seat ac commodation. For further information apply to B. F. Darbyshire,, S. W. F. & P. A E. P. Turner, G. p. & T. a., Dallas, Texas. WILL THE XEtfRO DIE OUT? Statistics Show that the Deal ha Ex ceed the Births Each Year. Statisticians, scientists and sociol ogists have for some years declared tnat the negro race in America is diminisning in numbers. In is state ment is based upon the mortality re ports of large cities, and recent statis tical puDiications irom southern writ ers declare that the negro problem will settle itself by the extinction of the race from -natural causes within century. However true this may be. the reports of the health department oi Kansas City snow soma remarkable facts which have their weight upon mis sunieet. Dr. o. u. coffin, city physician and head of the Kansas City health depart ment, has just published a pamphlet containing all of the statistic of that department for the fiscal year ending April 19, 1897. The first copy of the hook came from the press vesterdav 1 ne table of mortality statistics show that there were born in Kansas City during the year 1431 persons. Of these ZZ31 were wtiite and 200 black. The deaths numbered 1873, of which looO were white and 323 were black. Here is the remarkable feature of these fig ures: While 681 more white persons were corn man oiea durirtr the vear. mere were izj more deaths than births among the negroes. When it is seen that the negro population is less than 10 per cent of the whole popula tion, these facts and figures are ren dered even more remarkable. They certaicly present an opportunity for mathematicians and those interested in statistics. In explaining his report yesterday. Dr. Collin called attention to these figures. I have noticed this in the monthly mortuary report for years," said he, and nave given the subject some thought and attention. It scarcely ever napnens mat tne deatns among negroes do not exceed the births for any month in the year. When I first noticed this 1 was inclined to discredit the reports; I thought we might not be getting all the birth returns from the neyro population, but on looking into it 1 found that the reports were gen erally correct. Later my attention was called to the same thing in the mortuary reports of tne southern cities and then I read statistical articles bear- ng directly upon th". point." "lo w hat uo you attribute the differ ence in tne ratio of deaths among whites and negroes?" " vVell, in the1 first pce,' tuber Cure sick headache', hail taste la the mouth, coated tongue, gas in the stomach, dWtresa and Indigestion, Do Pills not weaken, but have tonic 24 cant. Tti only rilli tP kt witU lluud'i Sarifiparllia. culosis causes the greatest number of deaths among- tbe negroes. A re markable percentage of them nave this disease." "Is miscegenation responsible for the falling off of births among the negroes?'' "Certainly it is The mulattoes are not a healthy class of people. The mixture of the races is attended with disease. It is upon the same broad principle of nature that a violation of a natural law is attended with grievous consequences. The fact presented by the mortuary statistics wherever there are many negro-s present a wide field for sociologists. It would doubtless take a century for the negro race to become extinct in America, but the figures show that a change is surely working." K. C. Star. SOCIETY DIRECTORY Masonic. El Paso I odge, No. 130, A. F. & A. M. Meets every first and third Wednesday at Masonic half, San Antonio street. Visiting brothers cordially invited. O. F. Slack. W. M. A. KAPLAN, Secretary El Paso Ohapter, No. 167, R. A. M. Meets the second Wednesday of each month at Masonic hall. Visiting companions cor dially Invited. W C. HOLMES. H. P. A. KAPLAN, Secretary. fcl Paso Oommandery, No. 18, K. T. Meets fourth Wednesday of each month at Masonic hall. Visiting Sir Knights cordially Invited. 11. O. alVLEri, E. O. W. E. RACE. Recorder. Alpha Chaptar No. 178, OKDSR EASTERN STAR. Regular meeting second Saturday of each month. Sojourning members of the order cordially invited. Mrs. Julia Mast, J. O. Bangh, Worthy Matron. Worthy Patron. I. O. O. F. El Paso Lodge, No. 284, I. O. O. Meeting Every Monday Night. 8. H. Newman. N , M. MiiiLSPUQH, Secretary. F. Border Lodge 374, I. O. O. F Meets every Tuesday night. Claude Minor, Will I. Watson, N. O Secretary. Oanton dal Paso, No, Patriarchs' Militant. Night of meeting socond Wednesdays In Odd B ellows' nail. W. M. PRICE, Captain, W. E. SHARP, Olerk. Mt. Franklin Encampment, I. O. O. F, Night of meeting first and third Thursdays J. A Shannon, O. P. Hisbt L. Capill, Scribe. Miscellaneous National Union. Meets fourth Thursday In each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. J. W. Bows. Prest. J. W. Wilkihsoh, Secretary. Knights of Honor. Meets second and fourth Thursdays af each month at Odd Fellows' ball. Visiting brothers normally lnvltea. P. M. M1LL3PACGH, Dictator. K. A. BHKIiTON, Reporter. United Brotherhood of Oarpontars and Join era of Ei Paso. Meets every Buaday at 10 a. m. at Labor hall. Visiting members welcome. 1'KED WEIDENBEOK. Bee. and Sec Woodman of the World, Tornllio Camp, No. 12. Meets every second and fourth Tuesday each month at their forest, G. A. B. hall. 7 m. sharp. Sovereigns and strangers cordially la vi tea. u. u. wimoeny, uommanaer. J T Sullivan, Olerk. B. P. O. E. El Paso Lodge. No. 187. Meets first and third Tuesdays in Odd Fel lows can. a. j, uaiLia, Hi. n T. E. S HELTON, Secretary. A. O. U. W. Meets In O. A. B. hall on the first anfi third Tuesdays In each month. Vlaltlng orotners coraiaiiy invisea. Crid Widmam. M. W. O. O. Kura. Beoorder. Foresters of America. COUBT ROBIN HOOD HO.1 Meets first and third Wednesday night of eacn montn in uaa eiiow s nail. Jos Frist, C. B. H. Oolllander. Secretary. Ancient Order of Hibernians, Dlvisiou No. 1, ail Paso County, meets sec ond and fourths Sundays at Uulou Labor hall at 3 p. m. J as. Clifford. J. J. u'Neill, President. Seretary. K. ofP. El Paso Lodge, NO 82. Uegular meeting every Friday nival at Castle hall, over Beneke's hardware store Sojourning Knights will receive a cordla welcome. VM. Iyiuby, (J. (J H. COLLUSDIB, K. B. 8. Knights of Labor. Gate City Assembly iL. A. Mil.) Meets every Friday evening at the hall corner San Antonio and N. Stanton street, at i:Q0 O'clock. JOHN BOttttJiJNBON. M. W U. J. BA.KEB. B. S. Oolorad Knights of Pythias Myrtle Lodge. No. 10 Begular meeting every Wednesday evenlna iu uiuuu Ajti uur nan over oauger s grocery store. Sojourning Knights respectfully ln- ritea to attena. A. O. MDBPHV. K. of B. and B W. H. SCOTT. O. O. Bliss Lodge No. 221. K. Of P. Regular meeting every Monday evenlno- at ir. -"si; nan., v witing anignta welcome. W. F.ray ar . J. O. Uuat. Q.A.R. tmmott Crawford Foat, No. 18, Q. A. R. Meets 1st Sunday of each month at 2:H0 d m dall on San Antonio street. All comrades In goca standing invited to visit the post. uuu. ai. mcuonauu-huy, Commander e. in. i'UB'in. &uutant. Flra Department. Board of Fire Directors meets every secon Wednesday. General department meetlna second Wednesday in March, June, Septem- 0r and December, r. t . Ka wards. President J Payne, J J Connors, (Jhler secretary. f M Mllispaugh, Ass t (JO let Pure Hygeia Ice. Made from distilled water. Ask .our family physic!:. cor drufirarist as to purity and nealtnlulness of our ice; tel poone 14. KL fASO lOK & KEFRIGIRATOR CO The wife of Mr. Leonard Wells, of East Brimfield, Mass., bad been suffer ing Irom ceuraliria lor two davs, not being able to sltep or hardly keep still, when Mr. Holden, the mercbant there sent her a bottle of Chamberlain's i'ain Uaim, and asked tnat she give it tnorouga trial. meeting- Mr. Wells the next day he wbs told that she was all right, the pain had left her within two hours, and that the bottle of Pain Ualm was worth $5.00 if it could not be had for less. For sale at oO cent per boi'.le by all Sunset Limited "East Bound" leaves I Pso Wednesdays and Satur days at )2:00 o'clock noon city time West Bound arr.ves Mondays and Thursdas at 4:30) p m. city time. Call t Texas & Pacific city office for tickets and further information. Xftank leases for houses or storerocrr . best form. . For sale at Hirald job uffioe. Typewriter nuner at the HERALD of fice. St. Charles Hotel t 303 1-2 El Paso St. H The Travelers' Home. NEW MANAGEMENT. HANDSOMELY" REFURNISHED. UP-TO-DATE APPOINTMENTS. AIRS. N. 8TDPFI, Proprietress. Fall And Winter THE T A TlIT'QTl New York. Paris and JJZi. A EliJ A London Novelties. We solicit vour dressmaking Datronase. bPing prepared to render prompt and satis fac ory service. SPECIALTY OF WEDDING TROUSSEAU MRS. W M'lls BuMding. . 8TANDISH. Opposite Plaza. EL PASO DAIEY CO. Fine Milk, Cream, But termilk, Clabber and Cottage Cheese. TELEPHONE 156 P. 0. BOX 205 Order of the Drirers of the Delir ery Wagons, Smith' Creamery, Telephone 156 or by mail, P. 0. Box 205. J. A. SMITH, Mgr. Southern Pacific Excursions. The Southern Pacific will have on sale Septemer 14, 21 and 28 every Tuesday October 5-12-19 witu final limit of ten days from date of sale, pas sage to be continuous in both direc tions, El Paso to tat. Louis and return, one and third lare $52.75. Chicago same conditions and limits SbU.oo. Also to San Antonio for accouDt of the Grand Chapter O. E. S., $18.70 for the round trip; date of sale Nov. 8th, limit for return, Aov. iztb. In connec tion with this meeting, 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, lickets sold to San Antonio, will be extended 10 days by depositing- with our tLgeot at that point, at the time the Monterey ticket is purchased. The Southern Pacihc managemen takes pleasure in annonncing the re sumption of tourist car service between El Paso and CUkiana pier, twice week, leaving- El Paso Mondays and Saturdays at 3:35 p. m., arriving- Oak land pier, evening of third day; and leaving Oakland pier Wednesdays and Fridays at 9:28 a. m., arriving El Paso at 1:30 p. m., on Fridays and Sundays. A new through sleeping car line from Houston to St. Louis, has been estabished via Mouston & Texas Cen tral; Houston to Ennis, Texas; Texas Midland, Ennis to Paris, Texas; and St. Louis and San Francisco; Paris to St. Louis, leaving Houston at 9:00 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. Beix, Traf . Mgr., Houston, Tex, L. J. Parks, Ass't. Gen. Psgr. & Tkl Agt., Houston, Tex. How to Prevent Cronp. Some Reading that will prove in teresting to young mothers. How to guard against.the disease. Croup is a terror to young mothers and to post them concerning the cause. first symptoms ana treatment is the object of tbis item. The origin of croup is a common cold. Children who are subject to it take cold very easily ana croup is almost sure to iouow. The first symptom is hoarseness; this is soon 'ollowed by a peculiar rough cough, which is easily recognized and will never be forgotten by one who has heard it. The time to act is when the child first become hoarse. If Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is freely given all tendency to croup will soon disappear. Even after the croupv cough has developed it will prevent the attack. There is no danger in giving this remedy for it contains noth ing irjurious. For sale by all drug gists. i ne aoumern r-acmc taices tms op portunity to miorm its patrons that tbe Morgan Line Sunset Route man agement will continue to despatch its steamers direct from New York to Gal veston, during- the continuance of the quarantine restrictions at New Orleans and vicinity; and the rumor that these steamers have been withdrawn is en tirely without foundation. The ar rangement for disembarking at Gal veston, and direct transfer from ship to car, and immediate despatch to destina tion is still in effect, and will be con tinued. The quarantine restrictions at New Orleans not affecting the Gal veston route. T. E. Hunt, Commercial agent. Notice! To all who Intend to visit Mexico: Commencing October 31st, the time table of the Mexican Central railwav will undergo a change. On and after that date, the south bound through passenger train will leave El Pao at o'clock p. ra , and tbe north bound will arrive at 7:55 p. m., Mexican Cen tral time. G. A. Mcller, Com'l Agent, El Paso, Texas. Spirit-Trance Medium. Mrs. L.James. -the noted medium. as just arrived here and mav be con sulted on all affairs of life at 200 Chi huahua street. Locates minerals and idden treasures. Diagnoses diseases while under control. Millinery. Great Sacrifice of Vera Cruz Cigars s Havana Cigarettes. There will be sold at the custom house well known brand "Hoja de Oro." and 24,000 Price of Cigars 3 cents U. S. Currency. Price of Cigar ttes 5 cents U. S. Currency Fcr further Information ajply to F lipe fcejae at Ciudad Juarez. SAJSTTA YET Tlxe HVEost IDirect Line TO Kansas-City, Boston, St. Louis, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Denver, Omaha, St. Paul, And all Northern and Eastern Points Tlxrcxugh. Trains, Fast Time, mooth Track. Elegant Pullman Palace Sleepers on all through trains. Daily Tourist Sleeping cars to Denver, Kansas City and Chicago. Tourist sleeping cars semi-weekly to St. Paul, Minn eapolis and once each week to St. Louis and Boston. All trains not having dining oars stop for meals at the famous Santa Route, Harvey Houses. Full Information cheerfully furnished upon application to J. S. MORRISSON, F. B. HOUGHTON. Clty Ticket Agent. General Agent. Office, Fargo Building, Corner El Paso and San Antonio Streets. LOOK AT THE CLOUDS FROM THE TOP and so see the silver lining. You do it from our trains. We them in places. THE MEXICAN CENTRAL with its two thousand miles reaches all the principal places terest. Address the undersigned for fall and reliable information : G. A- Muller, Com'l Agent, EI Paso. g00000O 00000000000000 OOOO 8 TO MEECHANTS: I jgt And they v ADVEKTISING I DESIGNS jQ New and 1THE HEEALD 00000000000000000000000000 H. R. HILLEBRAND, Local Agent for The State Na tional Loan and Trust Com pany. Home Office, at Fort Worth Texas. Keal Esta e, Employment and. Intelligence A-t Office Commercial Hotel Building, No. ail sat. LK)ui8 fct , El Paso, Texas. Cheap Kates. For tbe next 30 days the Santa Fe Route will have on sale low rate tickets to all points in tbe east and north. If you contemplate taking a trip, either pleasure or business, it will pay you to call on us. Information atcity ticket of fice or depot. F. B. Houghton, J. S. Morrison, General Agent. City Pass. Agent Solden's F osltlva Pile Cure. Sufferers use It. Belief will be speedy and cure positive and perma nent if directions are strictly fol lowed. For sale by Kelly & Pollard. Mlnlne Location Blanks for Salt at at Ciudad Juarez, 51.500 Vera Cruz cigars of th packages of Havana cigarettes Young Urns Christian Association. FALL. AND WINTER WORK Beginning October 1st, 1897. .Educational Classes, In any branch when asked for by eight members. Gymnasium. Ladies clas?, limited to 30 mem bers, 6 mootns 85; twice a week. Boys junior, twice a week, 95 per Regular yearly membership $7. Any man may join. Call at rooms. can SO above RAILWAY of track. of in- Money-making la an art Inform people of your wa.103 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 vou New and beautiful designs. 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