Newspaper Page Text
THE MAIL Y HERALD HOME COMFORT STEEL EANGES MAX SCHUTZ'S A Perfect Fit! IS WHAT YOU WANT. WKDOE. A Y JANUARY 2(5. 1893. Department Store, 110 E. OVERLAND STREET. We keep a large and carefully selected stock of I ! I FORM- Our motto is not to be undersold and not to lose a .-ale, although tbe profit may be very limited. Our expenses are small, as we do our own work, and therefore can sell cheaper than our cam peti:ors, who are at n em rmous expense for clerk hire, et i. All we ask of the public is to examine our stock before purchasing else ' where, acd save money. CO a o i SHOES I UJ u i & CO Q 1 nil .FOOT V 9 t FIT WELL f FEEL WELL, f ? LOOK WELL f f t t t t fThey are "the ideal shoe of 4 k 4 muuero i-uut--, tuc truo rep resentative of all tbat is cor rect, all that is most perfect; in fact, all that is desirable in Women's Foot Wear. Soft kid skin well sewed flexible welt soles liuil dos xoe lacea a Ladies' Shoe. :::::::: Our price for FOOT FORM SHOES is .oo 4 4 ""TiTiYiffiiiw iSchutz Bros.,. J 109 El Paso St, Dr. J. C. BLINN, Physician and Surgeon OFFICE and RES DENCE, 20!) Texas St., El Paso. Consult free Dr. Re gister about the New Cure for Consumption Bronchitis &, Catarrh Freudenthal Block. OLiA.S3IFI -IE) -.A.X3-?. 1'IIK KENT. L'UK KEN r Two nice rooms Ht 811 Sonora street. Jj'OK KENT Two unfurnished rooms near la with bath nd toilet, in connection.SlS. Ap: ly 11.1 318 Kl aso street. WANTED. V ANTED At once ware Hotel. a seamstress. Dela WANTED Ladles and gentlemen to rep resent p;bl!shln(T house; 936 to $75 a month. Rogers, zj-j lex as at. TIT ANTED Situation by colored man; has t dy at moot any ttiliig-bestof references 61) Utah street, cliy or county. TI7 ANTED A Louse maid to do Beneral " house work. Including cooitig. Inquire or Mrs. t-iio rwrji, out nie-t Ave. 'OU DALE WOR BALK Mli log bonds for sale at the a Hebald cmce. FUR SALE Mining deeds for sale 11 LHAtD oUlCe. at the TJHJK 8 A LE Dr. McGill'a f nuo.i Orange -A Blossom by Mrs. A. M smith. 1& Le jn CTORPAI E T ots on monthly payments by a B. f. ttaminett, agent campueii ileal e.s tate company. TTUaTSKLL A house of nine rooms with "-a modern improvt meuis; cheau for cash fc.uu.ulre la Herald otnoe. 1rUK .-4AI.E The HERAUsSouve- lr Edition is full f reliable mtwr concernlua El Pusci. bend it to uur friends. It will answer all questions, rrice & euts. IOR SALE seven room house on Montana a nd Campbell Hts., aodblxroqmhouseon Florence street, on easj t ru-s. will De com uieioU Ni-vumber 1. call on B. F. Hammett, agent Campbell Heal I state uo. LOCAL ASlt UKME&Ali. Hot cakes at Smith's Creamery. Typewriter paper at the EtSALD of E! Paso Steam Laundry, Telephone WO. 47. O Brien uoal (Jo., sell pitch, paper, lime, cement, plaster, etc. Pitch, paper, plaster and lime. El Paso Fuel Co. Phone 110. Ak for "Ei- PASO TRANSFER," the best o cent CIO Art on the market The bo et Mexican and Havana cigars are made by the Kl Paso (agar Mfg. Co. Stoves of all kind for hard and oft coal. MOMSEN & THORNE. Payne-Badger Coal company, Mc- Alestar, Ccrrilios and anthracite coal, oord and stove wood, yard Second and Chihuahua streets. Telephone No, 11 Weak Nerves indicate deficient blood Nervous people hud relief by purify ing aid euiicmng their blcoa with uciou a aarsapariiia, tne great nerve tonic. Hood's illsare the only pills to take wlih Hood s bart-apariila. Cure all liv er ills. So Sunday Rest iu Steel Mills. Beinnin next Sunday night the Iili'.o s S ie! company, at south Chi cago, will run its mils seven days In the wtek, in plbce of s'x, as heretofore. The new order was received today. The Amalgamated I run and Seel Worker's astociatio i has always op p set) Sunday labor, and member of tht- a-tOcit;on so informed General Ma ager Walker. Tne latter replied that tne order came from bis superiors and mustre carried out. The change, it ii said, is nece-sitated by the con gested co-id ition of toe work. O'ders haVd crowded in on the company to fa-it that for the next six month the running calamity of the plant will bo teded to i he utmost. The workmen bave decided to accept the new ar rangements. It is believed the in crease of business will lead to tu restoration of the 10-per cent cut made .a yar ago. To Cure a Cold in Oue Day. Take Laxative B omo Quinine Tab lets. All druggists refund the money it It falls to cure. Homoeopathic 3j :::::::::: :::::::::: The Value g g. zOf a Diamond i Jgl Depends on its color, purity nd brilliancy. A Diamond of fine quality gv is worth many times i s much as tbat is or poor quality." wnere eo roucn aepe ias on tne QUALITY, it is certsin it wi'l pay you to be . sure of what you are buying. 'We tell the exact truth about diamonds that we sell and offer to buyers perfect protection in their selections. We have a beautiful line of Rings. Studs, and other kinds of Diamond GEO. W. HICKOX & HIXSON. '.The Jewelers." (S) Bronson Block, III San Antonio Street, El Paso, Texas (S) !I."II.."! Good eating at Smith's Creamery. Pat Dwyer is sick with pneumonia at the Sisters hospital. Mrs. Shioley, fashionable dressmak ing, room No. 1, Mundy building. Billy Thompson at Smith's creamery at night makes a fice oyster stew O'Brien Coal Co. ' Yard." Stove wood and 8. 'Cerillos Coa kindling. Tel Vapor and medicated baths at 416 North Oresron street. Rhumatism relieved at once; manage in all forms The St. Louis furniture company 317 El Paso street, after stock taking. offer extraordinary values in fur niture. Mrs. Frank Carr will on Thursday January 27. open up a first class diuing room in connection with the Delaware hou-e. Medicated vapor bathsfor rbematism od kidney t oub es. Massage given by Knsrlisb Dur.-e. select patrons on ly. Room No. 5, Arlingtoa hotel. Don't fail to read care ully all about -he El Pas G'ocery company's Special Annual Reduction Sleon second pge of this issue. It will save you money, The suit in the district court of Henry J. Berdorn vs. the Souuihern Pa cific lor injuries, has been compromis ed, with 2d0 for the plaintiff.' It was a uit for damages. J. C. Rcss, the popular undertaker, has recovered fron his sickness and I. at his office ready to serve you again don't forget the plaje, 401 El Pao St below the opera house. Phones 211 or 183. Dr. WilkinfOQ, eye, ear, nrsi and throat specialist, will leave for Europe ab tut April 1st. Anyore desiring his services will find him at bis office in the Sheldon block, where he will at tend carefully to their needs. The large and elegant stock of staple and fancy groceries bandied by the El Paso Grocery compiny will be sold at pri es that will please you, commenc ing today, preparatory to annual stocktaking. Come early and secure Urst choice Winter weather has returned again today; but it is comforting to the El Paso mind to know that when the weather is off the hooks here, it is just norribiy villainous, pretty mucn every where else, even in those alleged cli matic paradises Tucson and Phoenix. Speaking of tie houses I had forsile running from $1200 tv $W00 now the fact is the owners have come tome and told me to cut prices and sell. So I am prepared to give a bargain in any of these houses. Call and seo me for particulars. D. Y. Hadley. The El Paso Grocery company, leaders of low prices, are offering un usual inducements, commencing to day. See a few of the bargains on second pa?e. Thss prices will stand good for a few days only, and you will do well to give it careful considera tion. The Gramophoiie for your home amusement, entertainment, instruc tion. Simple, emcien'., permanent New with every re record Dj you know the pri e? Know about our in stallment plan? Heard iheNew Gramo phone? Inquire at Rio Grande Phar macy, 'ill san Antonio bt. The calendars this yea- are remark- ab'e for their attractivenet-s of design and beauty of coloring, especially the latter, in most of tne colored calen dars one can not help notice what, mar velous improvement has been made In ltography work. The many calendars ae ornamented with pteel engravings at considerable cost, and e idently a dral of decorative talent has been urned in this direction. There has been a great rush for calendars from the d'ff rent bus ness bouses, and fromd fine collections bave been made. Yo" can purchase any kind of Home Comfort Range, Family, Restau rant or Hotel size, with a full line of Ware, Steam Tables, Broilers, and everything to fit up a kitchen 319 EL PASO El Paso, Texas. ST. AT WroiifM Iron Range Co. one of tve same size and weight Brooches, Ear Rings, Jewelry. .'I!!."!!!.I MAJOR lUSD'S RESIDENCE BUBSS It was too Far From Water for the Firemen to do Much. Only the blacken d, crumbling walls rema'ns of the home tbat has sheltered Major R icd and his family from all kinus of weather in El Paso for the past thirty years. Not only the home is burned, but clothing, furnit ire and trinkets that h ad b coma s dear to the hearts of a family are all gone for everswept away by a seething blaze Last evening at 6:30 tin family were a' supper aud while engaged in their evening meal they heird something 'all, but th tugbt it was Norvel return irg from his day's work. On bearing the noise a second time Mr. Slosson, soc-in law of Major Rand, went into Nor vol's roam and firding smoke there be opened tne door leading into Mrs Thomas' room He was met by a blaze of fire that drove him back into the dining room. One of the daughters ran to the T. & P. offices to turn in the alarm, while the balance of the family remained at borne to ngnt tne name?. The garden bose was attached to the hydrant, but the latter was frozen and no water would run. Then efforts were made to get the furniture out of the house and by this time the fire depart ment was ou the scene, hose cart No. 2 had 1 lid a line of hoee from the plug at the correr of ban Antonio and lays streets tne nearest plug to tne nre The hote cart had 1150 feet of hose, but this amount did not reach the hre and the bose ca t wai rent back after number ooe's hose. By the time it returned the names bai e ve loped the whole build ng, as it took 1800 feet of hose to reach the fire. Tne firemen in tbe mean time bad re moved tne furniture from two bed rooms and the dining room, but the two front bed rooms and the parlor could not be reached and everything in those rooms was a tot-il loss. Wnett a stream of water was at last turned on tbe blaze was quickly extinguished but not until everything but the walls was ruined. The fire originated in Mrs. Thomas' room and was probaoly caused by I live coal rolling onto the floor and trat room was entirely enveloped in flames before it was discovered. Mrs, Thomas lost everything and only sav ed the c'othing she had on Every thing in Norvel Rand's room was burned and all he ha- is the clothing on his hack. Everything tn the par lor including the piano was burned, and te storeroom that was tilled with trunks and furniture just north of the parlor was burned. All that was saved was f om the two southeast rooms and the dining room. Mr Slosson and his wife had lust moved back from Juarez yesterday and the furniture he brought over from rh other s-id-s was partly consumed. One of the pieces of proporty saved last night was a secretary belonging to M ijor iUnd that contained 92000 worth of valuab'e papers and 1300 in cash. This was brought out of tiie room while it was burning and two firemen were almost overcome by heat and smoke and Frink Q liros' clothing were on fire when he came out of the build ing. Mrs. Rind was sick in bed when the fire was discore-ed and she had to be carried out of tho house. She was tkan to Mr. McCutcheDn's residence and was there tenderly cared for by friends Th fam'ly found shelter last night at the resiiance9 of their neighbor'. The firemen did the best they could under itn circumstances, b t they had to fight the fire without water until hose cart No. 1 arrived and that did not turn out-on the first alarm, and hose cart No. 2 had to return aod take it to the fire The fire plug was 1850 feet from the fi-e and there is only a four inch wat r ma'ne in that part of town to i?et the-water through. One rouble wai that the fire alarm was not rung long enough and the district was not gien ko that ma"y firemen did not get to the fire in time to be of any benefit. Mrs. Jot H mpson arrived by the soiiihhouod Santa t e today, and met r husband at the depot. They con tioue south together. The White Oaks road has received h's month 60.000 t!es. and 20,000 more Te to come, ere February is ushered iu. THE ... Golden EL PASO'S GREATEST STORE. POMEROY'S El Paso Transfer Company. HACKS, BUS AND BAGGAGE. Phone 18, . 300 to 310 Sou -,h Oregon Street More Kaugaroo Court. A Santa Ee conductor is taking a ten days' course in applied kinematirs and the investigation of mechanisms work ing with friction, at tbe especial in stance of Prof. Hurley, for faUing to get a hunch on birns?lf and turn in the numbers on his way bills with the re quired cele ity, A Santa Fe runner whose mind wea dwelling on the purely aesthetic in art, allowed his engine to run into an open switch. For this, Dr. Hurley has given that runner t-n days in which to review tve history, of thought on the subject of the beautiful; also to give a philosophical account of tbe founda tions upon which artr?s's; and to study scientifio art theory in its relation to general philosophical discipline. A switchman and two brakemen on the Santa Fe Were depresed in spirits tbe other day, and sought to raise the same by pouring other kit ds of spirits down. They were found in tbe arms of Morpheus "dreaming the happy hours away," and Supt. Hurley con cluded to let them continue in their day dreams 'til' the cows come home. The trio wUl hence forth devote attention to more or less bucholic rather than alcoholic pursuits hereaf t-r. A Santa Fe runner and brakoman are devoting ten days to a study in ad vanced logic with especial emphasis upon the nature of scientific method;all because they would run kerounlt into a switch set against them. A section foreman is boning up on the doctr ne of the commerce of lead ing foreign nations f om 1774 to 1790 under Pro'. H'irlev, for improperly spiking a switch, and running the risk of derailing a train. The bead and rear brakemen of a through freight are given commissions to go s0al hunting in the Forth Atlantic indefinitely by Commander Hurley, be -ause through carelessness, . after their train had broke in two, they could not command sufficient generalship to keep the two sections from colliding on the grade. A Sata Fe engineer and conductor are taking fifteen days in which to make a critical examination of the current com mon places of American history, and of the popular methods of treating it, with problems in colonization and colonial relations; all because they would run their train down bill at a licety BDlit gait, with the danger of derail ment. A conductor is spending ten days in posting himself on a dettild investiga tion of the development of philosophic thought during the first three centuries, for being altogether too slow in get ting bis way bills out of his overcoat pocket. A Santa Fe runner and brakeman distinguished themselves tbe othr day by running kersmash into a yard en gine on a siding. They were hot be cause the yard engine did not get out of the way wiih sufficient ce'erity, and wanted to t-?a-h It a severe lesson. For this performance, the twain are given tea days to a critical analysis of the early Meocan Suras with a study from the life of Mabommet, under tbat eminent biologist and literateur, Prof. Hurley. A Santa Fe freight and a passenger tra;n enjoyed a head end collision up the line the other day. The fi eight crew were to biatne, naving run ahead of time. The freight cocducior wired immediately his impromptu departure for Klondike, as he had forgot to set his watch, and he knew ne would get woundup himself. The runner of the freight has been set on a mission to Tierra del Fuego, and bis brakeman will dally in thought for tbirt? days in the contemplation of Arabic prose literature under that eminent Arabic seholar Prof. Hurley. The runner and conductor of the passenger are also in the turesn, and will devote their entire attention for thirty days to sight read ing in Hebrew. Here endeth the second leseon. '-Mineral Wells" water wi'l cure ner rheumatism, neuralgia, eick and vous headtobe, liver and kidnev eis eases, indigestion and dysoepeia in every instance. Try it and be con vinced. For eale in any quartity at A. W. Spencer's, Depot 203 San Antonio St. r- 4 "3 O o I s a CO - fcuO 3 O. o ! 2 IB E s CO o CO I Eagle CLOTHING HOUSE Balsa y Hno, Brevas Victorias de Colon Just received at tbe Cariosity Stwre of W.G.WALZCO. Opp. Cnatom Bow Consult free Dr. Re gister about the New Cure for Consumption, Bronchitis & Catarrh. Freudenthal Block. The Illusions The illusion entertainment being given on sli raso street nesr Walz music store, is the best entertainment of its kind ever given in this city, and one of the best of any kind ever given in El Paso. The vanishing statute and the Hying lady it is understood may be produced by th use of mirrors, bat the Psycho business is a puzzler to the deepest thinners in th's town as else- wnere. inn legless statue is appar ently endowed witb buman intelligence, as it p'.cks out cards and raises them from in front of it, and on . request snaKes nanas witrj any one who may come uo to welcome it. The flying lady is a remarnaoiy interesting illusion, i ne wiie 01 tDe exnioitor in crimson tigbts is seen apparently flvire' through thetr-tpcja in all positions, and ia about evTj'wipajnceivable shape, head up, neaa aown,ntca ia every which way All laws of grsjijition are in anparent successful deSanceXhe last event of the evening is the poerajhpf tbe wife of the exhibitor apparently jth a body oniy, posea on a pedestal. !te has no body below the waist, and the Allusion is remarkable. Altogether tne nter tainment is well worth visiting. ioe btnta r e s running over the b r. tracas ueiwten ueming and Mari copa, 310 miles, is knocking tbe time out of tbe Southern Pacific trains, and trains into this city are late every day Today's Limited is over. two hours late, the regular paeenger was one and a half hours late and the freights get tnrougn wnen iney can. Sum Alni-ich. who came bere two momh-- eg j wit ! consumpt'on, died yesterday and bis remains were ship- pea to ais nome at s"-. Joa, leres, this afternoon by Emerson & Be-rien, un dertakers. j.e was twenty-four years old and leaves a wife and child who were with him when he died. The train dispatchers on the west end are ge ting grey headed over the trains of two transatlantic systems run ning over t,be same single line of facte. However, the Williams tun? nel will be dug out this week, and then tnis mixed s ate oi things will cease Dr, J. C. Blinn, formerly of Colum bus, Ohio, hd decided to locate in El Paso afitr biing here for the last month. Dr. Blirn is a graduate of the Homeopathic Medical co'lege of Cleve land ana practiced tnere for tbe last lo years. Tom Bendy, niffht captain of the police force, is confined to his bed with a severe cold and is seriously enreatenea wita tneumonia. Officer Winkler is acting captain during oeij s t-icKiess. B. C. Waodell of Las Cruoes has shipped to this city two hogs weight ing JOOlbs. etch, dressed. Dr. T. S. Bulmer has locRted at La Luz. Awarded Highest Honors World's Pair, dold Medal, Midwinter Fair. u CREAM MEWS A Pure Ortpe Cream of Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS THB-5TANDARP ;.;!!.'!!!.!!!!.' Slaughter Sale! I o From this date, H. P. PETERSEN, 213 El Paso street, will dispose of his stock of CH0S, MUSICAL GOODS AND JEWELRY. Together with Store Fixtures, - AT AND BELOW COST..... Reason for the big sacrifice going out of -business. I!!!."!."!!..!."! 'And there are Two nice houses on Myrtle ave., cheap. New 5-rorm brick on Magoffin ave. 2,600. Two good houses on Texas street. Easy terms. Five elegant homes on Mesa ave.'' Lot 27i x 120, 5-room brick, N. Oregon. $1,900. 1,500 will buy nice 5-rcom brick on N. Stanton. Five-room house, Olive street. $1,500. Five-room brick, N. Kansas. $2,000. Six-room house, lot 39x120, N. S-anton. $1,700. Two lots on N. Stanton. $200 e ;ch. Two beautiful lots "n N- Oregon. $1,050. C'oee in.lots,on N. Kansas at a bargain. Lots on Mesa ve. $275 each. FOR RENT From Februa-y 1st: Four-room houFe on N. Stanton St. Twelve-room lodging bous, cen trally located. List your property with ns If yon wish it ad vertised without cost to yourself, and sold at best prices. AL PROPERTY lSTED WTTH U3 TO BE RENTED WILL BE ADVERTISED FREE OP COST TO OWNER. AND -RENTS COLLECTED PROMPTLY, Anderson S Shepherd, ROOM no. & MOREHOUSE BLOCK. ....Real Estate.... RFNTS : LOANS : COLLECTIONS. TRUST US Kh yon r Prescriptions and be sure of having tnem carefully and accurately compounded at any hour of tbe DAY OR NIGHT. Our line of Drugs is NEW and FRESH, and comprise everything kept in a modern "Druggery. Nothing but the VERY B T of Goo 3 a find apace in our store, and we take special cure to see that the prices are just right. A complete line of Ledgers, Journals, uasn hooks, J ray nooks, Memo randums, Diaries, and Writing. Papers. BOOK AND DRUGSTORE 220 8AN ANTONIO 8T. To :Save Young . Girls In order to keep young girls from temptation, Chief of Police Farley of Denver In response to numerous re quests of citizens and of the Humane society, will ask the city council to pass a measure to fit the needs of the case. The following is a copy oi what may become a law. "First All .public dancing balls. schools and a aienres, skating risks and other like places of public rort for young pe pie of both rexes shall close not later than 12 o'clock mid night, ; "Socond-Tt shall be the duty of any officer with police authority, whenever be shall find any girUunder the age of is years, or apparently under she are of 18 years, in any atrset, square,, al ley, park or other Dubiic nltce. after the hour of midnight, (detain such girl until her parents or tJTuardians can be communicated with, or sena her home by a house man. If such girl shall be found more than once or habitually irg such public place aftir the hour of midnight, hr parents or guardians to be fined or the girl hsld for incorrigibility, orbo'th. lhird It shall be th duty of any of ficer witb police authority, whenever he shall flod any, gi'l under the age of 18 y ars, or apparently un- d r the age of 13 years, in any public place under such circunasia ices or in such company as, in l is knowledge, to oe dangerous to tbe morals of sucn girl, to questlou such girt I in a decent and kindly WAV and to notify her of her dinger, and to notify Her parents or her guardians of her dsinger, or if need be to detain her untcl her parents or her gua"dians can b;a "fcommuti-iatel witn. if teen more than once or habitually Id such plates, under such circumstances or io Isuoh company. parents or gurdinsl to be fined -r glri to be held for ime.uv iji Ml it.o nr both." Republican. s X Charlie Neland has lefi McCutoheon & Payne's and tka W.oq' Mn,oi,., job as dr.ver for the Piacific ExD-ess. Wes having been promoted to become messenger. The Chihuahua RntArnriHe, ffk-o, three columns to a write-uo of K. &D's i-ttp c ShUh merchandising plant in CbUhuahua, s O UR GOODS.... Are tbe Latest, Freshest and most Up-to-Date... Our Assortment the largest; likewice th best kept stock in the city Arrangements for display and inspection thi very best, while OUR PRICES Are always right. We ex tend an Invitation to all to inspect our bargain stocked Furniture Store. HOYT & BlSS 815 EC PASO ST. On terms to suit all Purchasers. Piano Tn&lna, Polishing and Bepawing-. W. G. DUNN 320 ban Antonto St. To Suppret- he Plce Gette. A New Yr. dispatch ays: Riqhanl K Fox proprietor of ' tbe Police Gtzette, and bis business manager, Robert W. Urban, were arrested in be office of the publ'ra'on on Frank. lin square by D -puty Unl'ed States Marshals Stafford and M "Aviney yes terday afternoon upon a warra t sworn out by Anthony Comsfock, harging them with having sent indecent papers through the maiis. The papers complained of are tbe Police Gazette and its "Living Picture" supplement copies of which containing according to Comstock's charges, "pic tures representing female persons in divers lewd and indecent and obscene postures," were s-nt through tbe mails. Fox and Urban were arraigned be fore Commissioner Shie'ds, who held -them under $2,500 bail ea-h for pre liminary examination on January 29. Mr. Fox says that tbe pictures com pi slued of are simply reproductions of living pictures present don tbe stage in this c ty. Thos-; in the supple -nent of the Chris -mas number of tbe Police Gaz 'tte, which are the ones espe -ially condemned and upon which the com plaint is baed, were, he sa'd, photo graphed in the theatre in which they were produced. Tbe young lieutenants of the army will bave chances for promotion dur ing the next ten months, that do not often come. The age limit will play an important part tn army affairs dur ing that period. Five brigadiers, two c -lonels, three lieutenant colonels, four majors and seven captains will cease active connection with the army. Tr.epasirg years increase this list acnual'y- Bn many a .young lieuten ant who is hopeless of promotion, may have bis ambition realized If he Is patient. Tbe Irrigation Tlms is the latest publication of western Texas, "publish-; ed in the interests of irrigation and im migration to western Texas." at Bar. 4 Old Pianos, taken in exchange. M . Mandolin., Violins. Guitars i-d .w, 1 .amr fit. U . 'VAifilUKL rjS33A3 stow, Ward county.