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THE TAJLY HERALD
TUE5D Y FEBRUZvi898. SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!! Children's Shoe, Women's Shoes, Men's Shoes, Boys' Fhoes Tan Shoes or Black Shoes. "a---- Everything that is desirable under this head. See other's styles get other's prices, and we will sell you more stylish shoe s for lescmo ey. Tan Shoes for Men will soon be all the fad. Just received the advance spring style in a Chocolate Vici Kid for Men neat and new at S3 SO a pair same in a black calfskin. SCHUTZ BROS., 109 El Paso St. Consult free Dr. Re gister about the New Cure for Consumption, Bronchitis &, Catarrh. Freudenthal Block. Morris Illusions. From Paris and London. TWO MEW ILLUSIONS. Tbe Garden of the LUXEMBOURG, and tbe , CHERUB . CRADLE Also, statue. Psycho. Flying Lady, Bolla and She. ..THE LAST WEEK.. 107 El Paso St.. 2 to 6 and 7 to 9 n. m. Every half hour. Admiaalon 10c. OLiAQSIFI tl,ID AD3. ruKilOMAL. "IU8T arrived Madam. Oenrgo from Paris v clairvoyant, palmist ana magnetic beal er. uan be consulted on all affairs of life Koom 9 Upera liouse bio k. WAKIEO, 'ANTED A white man cook; good wvges steaaj jou. ueo. aeeD, itorasourg, M. y AN TED A girl to cook and do general . . nouse work. Apply to Mrs. oiiDeroerg, llfAKlkU A competent woman for gen erai uouaewom. Auuru.a rs. . x. b Austin, care smelter. WANTED- Neatly furnlshe-l room that la Ugnt ana well ventilated, state terms Address tt. tt.. care fclerid office. VV ANTE l Employment of any kind by ueruian auu wue. DyeaK iUKiuu;go reference. A duress BO I can Francisco ot. 1UU BALK LX)K HAliK-Mllng bonds for sale at the tisHAi.o cilice. LX)R SAliE Mining deeds for sale at the ainiui umce. fOH SALE-A S75.0O organ for tM. Mrs. Manning, east en-' Owrlaml atreai. b.u u i i r i . ii n i n m . . .. -A- Blossom by Mrs. A. M. Hmlth, 126 IrfKiii u JK e VU 1UUUUIIJ U.J mou UJ J- it. b. Uammett, ageut Uanipbell Heal Ee- mw companjr- IfOK SALE The Herald's Souve-lr Edition " Is full of reliable intttor concerning E. Paso, bend it to your friends. It will answer all questions, t rice a ents. I i 1 1 .2 A I (11 W . . . - n ttN. t.....iiu Ms...nnu " and Campbell ttta., and six room bouseon l.'lA.u...k at Nt. i. ii uuu . t. prra Will hjvim. uleted November 1. uall on B. a". Uammeti, sgent campoeu i&eai c-bihui &u. LiOCAJj A-MJ fcULNKKAlj. Hot cakes at Smith's Creamery, Good eating at Smith's Creamery. 1 Paso Steam Laundry, Telephone No. 47. O'Brien Coal Co., sell pitch, paper, lime, cement, piaster, etc. Pitch, paper, plaster and lime. El Paso Fuel Co. Phone 110. Ask for "Eu PASO TRANSFER," the best 5 cent CIGAK on the market The best Mexican and Havana clears are made by tbe mi r"aso (agar bug. Co. Stoves of all kinds for hard and soft co! MOMSEN & THORN E. Payne-Badger Coal company, Mo Aleatv.r, Cerrilios and anthracite coal, cord and stove wood, yard Second ard Chihuahua streets. Telephone No. 11. The Greater ir eludes the less. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures hip disease and scro fula sores and it my be depended up on to cut e b Us aod pimples acd hu moi s of all kiuds. Hood's Pills are the favorite family cathartic. Cure tick headache, bieakup a cold. For Rent. House of 5 rooms, with hall and batb, March 1st. f rice izo per month 379. Box To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. All drugiots refund the money if it fall" to cnr. An article concerning the bowling ccn'et between the El Paso and tbe 8ncl er u ams i' crowded out today and wtU appear tomorrow. WE CLOSE -AT- hillock, P. M. aturday.) A n rl oil An., O.i J-.. iiiiiiim an uay ourjuay... TUP rvsn i "(grocery House" I r-1 n .. in ti raso satistied W . . . i wun legitimate dus B iness hours, and DON'T want the EARTH. I Ghas F.ShckeCo Use "C ub House" Brand Canned Goods. &ssKzzKZKZKSKss6 gmmrmnmmnimmmmmrnrnmmmmmrrrnnnmmg I Watch We have just seeured the services of Mr. C. D. PLATT, who for years has been ackcowled?. d the finest watch maker on tbe Pacific C'-ast, We aleo still retaio the services of Mr. A. W. SUSEN. who has loner been known as a fine watchmaker io this city. With two such work men we feel sure we ran give entire satisfaction in watch rerairing. We fully guarantee all work we do for 1 year. Our aim is not hpw CHEAP we can repair watches, but how GOOD. g GEO. W. HICKOX & HIXSON. "Tlio J ewelers." t Bronson Block, Ill San Antonio Street, See the new map of El Paso. At books'ores. Blinn's new map of El Pa?o on sale Wednesday at all bookstores. Mrs. Shipley, fashionable dressmak ing, room No. 1, Mundy building. Billy Thompson at Smith's creamery at night makes a fine oyster stew O'Brien Coal Co. "Cerlllos Coal Yard." Stove wood and kindling. Tel. 8- The exciting spectacles of tbe time of Nero revived next Sunday by Romu lus in the Juarez arena. Th ladle of the Episcopal church will give another oyster supper in the Van Blarccm building this evening. Vapor and medicated baths at 416 North Oregon street. Rehumatism relieved at ouce; mas age in all forms. The St. Louis furniture company, 317 El Paso street, after stock takiog, offer extraordinary values in fur niture. When you consider quality, we are the cheapest in the city. If you doubt this, try us. Star Grocery, 219 San Antonio St. Short Order House, 308 Mesa ave next to Alcalde Saloon. Meals served American or Mexican style. Price, 5, 10 and 25 cents. Romulus, assisted by bull ficrhters next Sunday . A Joog enjoyable amuse ment, for ladies as well as ge tiemec. tl, 81.50, $2, Mexican money. Francis Devoe is cod fined to his house because of a cartridge that ex ploded in his hands and bally burned his face and hands the other day. Kansas City tenderloins,8weet breads pare ribs, lye hominy, barbacueo meat and Kansas City trimmed loins. At the New Market, 208 San Antonio St. C. M. Nolan will, in a few days, open up a first class manufact i ring con fectionery in the room lately vacated by Schutz Bro?, More bouse block. R. T. Rogers, Manager. Roes &Co., the uo-to-date undertak er and embalmers both in goods and services. See aod be convinced. Call answered any hour night or day. Of fice 401 El Paso street. Phones 211 or 183. Dr. Wilkinson, eye, ear, nos and throat specialist, will leave for Europ' ab tut April 1st. Anyoce desiring hi services will find him at bis office in the Sheldon block, where he will at-1 tend carefully to their needs. I Mineral Wells" water will cure rheumatism, neuralgia, sick and ner vous headache, liver and kidney dis eases, indigestion ana dyspepsia in 4very instance, irj it ana be con vinced. For sale in any quantity at A. W. Spencer's, Depot 203 San Antonio St. If Nero were to awaken from his one sleep and enter the bull ring next Sunday tbe spectacle would cot be un familiar to bim, I r tie would see a ?am of his own devising. A madden ed bull chare lng furiously at th a' moet raked wrestler intenton catching it before it catches bim. If be misse'. what then? Tbe bull is bent on death, and cbargesdirectly at the man That wrestUr fa'es danger that the bull fighters with him know n t of. In Mexico vjity an audience ox several thousand assembled to see a man grapple with a bull. buttwe man never got within catching distance of tbe animal. It seems inconceivable how a human being could class a bull' in strength, but tbe impossibility in modi fied in the opinion of tbope who have seen the muscles of this Italian Romu lons. Figures of measurements fail to five a good idea of the developnlent the man has attained. 'The ' engage ment will undoubtedly be a hot one next Sunday.'and of a kind never seen before in Amerloa. "Life is worth livin -wh-n you have a- Home Comfort Range in your kitchen, because they cook food fiat is palatable, di gestible and on it we "laugh aod-prow fat." Home Comfort- COOK, and are reliable, convenient and durable. Don't get it into your mind that "something else will do a' well," but go and see 319 El Paso St , El Paso. ..Wrought Iron Range Co. REPAIRING! El Paso, Texas 5 DESERVED PROMOTION. Manager J. P. Ramsey of the Sierra Madie, Manager of Creel's 'Road. General Manager Ramsey of the Rio Grande, Sierm Madre & Pacific road haa been askd by President Creel of tbe Banco Minero of Chihuahua and president of the Chihuahua & West Shore road, to become general .man ager of tbe latter line; and after a burriei trip to the state capital, Mr. Rmsey concludes to accept this very complimentary offer. However, this does not sever bis con nection with the Sierra Madre road, and wi'h this he still continues, his in tention being to spend part of the time in Chihuahua and part of the time in Juarez Mr. Ramsey is being widely congratulated by his many friends on this well merited compliment, a com pliment of the most practical and appreciative kind. A Herald repor ter called on Mr. Ramsey this after noon and verified tbe above statement as a fact. Mr. Ramsey had not been looking for anything of this kind, and of course regards the appointment as an appreciatioa of his labors on tbe new line to Casa Grandes He has not had time yet to post himseif on the physical requirements of tbe Chlhua hua & west snore roai. But be ex pects to take active - charge March ' next wh-n active conetruct'on bezins President Creel bas raised all the necessary capital with which to build the West Shore, and it will go straight to uuerrero; loo miles - or largely very heavy build ing; but whether the line will run to Topolobimpo or Mazatlan Mr. Ramsey said was a qulen abe case Tbe rails have been ordered in tbe east, and the ties will be largely pur chased in Texas and Louisiana, so that when tne graders begin, tbe track lay e-s will areeD snarp pace after tnem No time will be loet in putting the line throucb.. Mr. Rimsey was asked if his appoint ment a consolidation of the interests is of the Sierra Matre-ind the West Shore road; to which be replied not that he knew of. He was also asked if it meant an extension of the Wabash in teres ioto 'Mexico, to which he replied that all such report no doubt aros from tbe tact tbat ms brotber was general manager of tbe Wabash; but that there was nothing in it. His own sole interest in the Wabash lav n the fact that his brotber was its general manager, tbat was all. In reply to further questioning, Mr. Kamssy re mar Red toat yes, tne new line would undoubtedly be a great benent to tne Mexican government in fiord in ar a direct inlet to tbe west coast for troops and government sup plies -of all kinds, instead of being forced to marcb over tne mountains or ship around via tbe Southern Pacific Mr. Ramsey was asked about the construction of the El Paso Southern. tne new terminal company ot wmcb be Is tbe general manager also, tie said be had expected tbe layinsr of track from the Sierra Madre depot to begin yesterday morniDg, but the material had not yet arrived until this after noon, so tbat track laying would berin first thing tomorrow mornlnir. it was on y tbe matter of two days work to lay 'this t ack to tbe river bink. Tbe line runs from the Sierra Madre fre'ght depot, west of the Mex ican Central, west by north, across the western end of Ketelsen & D gBtauV orooerty v within twenty feet of the Mex:can Central, and cont nuing n rth, passe within a few. feet to tbp westward of the Sierra Madre railroad general office building u cress the main ea?t and west street of Jua-ez for 300 feet nTth parallel with the Central, where it tbf-n branches off to the right towards the new international bridge. The ra'ls will be 'aid over the r'ver from the Juarf z fide to the connec tion with tbe T. & P. belt line on Sixth street. When asked about the Santa Fe con nection which was broken off, Mr. Ramsey expressed his belief that tbat would be all straightened out satis-fa'-tor lv, sqd the spur completed as or ginally intended. He said there bad ben no trouble wnat.nver with tbe stae authrrHios ove'- th bridge. N;w 1893 city mip. All bjokitOTe", . Mg. FLAGLER'S POSITION. H5-Still Claims That Baron Harden Mickey did not Suicide. John H. Flagler, tbe multi-million aire Standard Oil maznate arrived in tbi c.iy on yesterday's Limited from St Loui. He was met at the depot by Chief of Police Lock hart and Maoaeer Fisher of the Pierson, and there was a conference of over an hour among the three in the' room at the hotel where tbe baron departed this life. All the details were go e over for the benefit of tbe visitor; it was explained to him about the book on tbe E' hies of Suicide hehur found on the chair, and tbe var ied assortment of drugs discovered in the grip with the paraphernalia for administering tbe same byperdermical ly; also, how everything bad been re moved from the pocKeta 01 toe ciota ing, letters destroyed, and suoh other evidences as might tend to suggest the Buioidal act. Then Dr. Gallagher was sent for, and bis version of the situa tion given. The result was that Mr. inager an nounced more emphatically than ever his belief that his son-in-law, tbe baron, did not commit suicide, but that death was due to an over-dose of chloral hydrate. The -heart of the deceased, he said was weak, be cpnld not stund high altitudes, and because of consequent nervousness, resorted to tbe use of hypnotics, including chloral hydrate. There was no reasonable ex cuse for the man's committing suicide. He was tbe ooly son of a wealthy mother living In San Francisco, he was well supplied with money, as witness the finding in bis possession of toOO in in drafts and currency, and he was en. routo to California where his wife was waiting to receive bim. The baron, Mr. Flagler told reporters who saw him. was running . a conee olantation down in ' the republic, but tbe altitude was too much for him, nd he oould not stay there long. He was a great schemer, but his projects were often so unpractical that bis re lativt s oould not approve of tbem or extend substantial sympathy. This net tied Baron Hickey. and this with bis eccentricities account for the expres sion used in tbe last letter to his wife which found its way into public print Moreover, this expression, which, by the way. -has been made so muon 01, was but tbe result of -a transient whim upon which bo stress is to he laid at all- There were no- unpleasant re 1 allocs between Mr. Flagler and his son-in-law. Tbe distinguished visitor said Mrs. Harden Hickey was '! much pros rated by the sad news, and . was taking it much to heart. She and her husband were on the best terms, and like him self took no stock in the suicide theo ry. Mr. Flagl r had hot heard from San Francisco, but no 'doubt the body reached there all rierht, and would be interred io ihe fic e 830,000 mausoleum Mrs. E. C. Hickey, the mother of the deceased had erected, there. Tbe lat ter bad but lately removed tbe re mains of her husband from France to San Francisco for iote ment in this tomb. At 8:10 p. m., Mr. Flagler re sumed his journey to Riverside where the baronets and two children await him. He seemed much impressed with tbe la'e baron's' intellectual attain ments, as a linguist and as an author, and in this latter matter. Mr. ' Flagler declared tbat the Ethics of Suicide had nothing to do with the baton's demise. He, Mr. Flagler, had read the book him self, acd laid no particular stress upon it. It was the work of aa eccentric mind, rather than anything else. Mr. Flagler notwithstanding his ..en ormous wealth, is a mn evidently of the people whom anybody, can easily, approach aod talk to. ' He dresses plainly, assumes no -airs, - and appears to be a very irenial .'good fellow. He certainly made an excellent impression here. ; The Coit Cotton Case. The jury in the cause celebre in the district court fltd tbe following verdict: 1. Tbat the defendants Frank B. Cotton and W. P. Hunt do not own any part of the 74 sections -f land. And tbe jury found aga'nst said de fendants Frank B. Cotton aod W. P. Hunt upon the claims for compensa tion for services and for advancements and all other matters set up in the 7th amended original answer and cross petition of F. B. Cotton, (not regarding tne claim lor attorneys' ieea mention' d upon which a non suit has been taken.) 2. That the defendants Richard W Dorphley, Clarence P. Ehrman, E. B. Bronson , W. M. James, and Max Mul ler have no int rest in and do not own a-y ptrt of the real estate above men t oned; and that J. R Glenn, J. F. Glenn, Catherine G- . Stewart, Emma Canine and R."H. Canine, her husband the heirs of W. J. Glenn, deceased, and D. D. McCarthey. the administrator of the estate of-W. J. Glenn, deceased, and Mrs. Eva O. Kneeland, independent executrix and sole ' devisee of W. E. Kneeland, deceased, do not own any part 01 said real estate. 3. Tbat tbe original purposes of the contract of date April 17, 1880, describ ed in tbe plaintiff a peution, and in tbe 7th amended original answer of the defendants, F. B Cotton and W. P Hunt, have long since ben abandoned, and tne trust therein mentioned ter ioated and tbat all of the land de scribed in the plaintiff's petition is now subject to distribution among tbe own era and holders thereof in tbe propor tions 01 tneir ownership. 4. That all of tbe land described in tbe plaintiffs' 5th amended original petition Is owned by the following per sons, and they are entitled to the same in the following undivided 'proportions (ail 01 the prayers for partition filed io 'ms case having been withdrawn): viz. I bat Millard Patterson, plaintiff, ad ministrator of the estate of Samuel Colt, and the other parties plaintiff wbo ciaim under tne will ot Samuel (Jolt, aeceaeei, are tbe. owners 01 an un divided one hundred and seven, two hundred and fortieths (107-240) of said reai-estate, That David W. Williams is the own er of an undivided one-fit h (1-5) of saia reai-estaxe. That W. M. Coldwell, independent Awarded Highest Honors World's Pair. Qold Medal, Midwinter Fair. CREAK! KACuENdo A Para (traps Cream of Tartar Powssr. tO YEARS THRSTAJVPARI? mm executor of tho estate of J. P. Hague, and Mrs. Flora Hague, his sole devisee are the owr ern of an undivided one twelfth (1-12) of said ral estate, That P.' B. Dolaney is the owner of an undivided one-twelfth (1-12) of the same; That Noyes Rand is tbe Owner of an undivided one-i ighth (1-8) of the same; That J. F. Crosbv is the owner of an undivided one-forty-eighth (1-48) of tbe same; Tbat W. H. Austin is tbe owner of of of of an undivided one-ninety-sixth (1-96) the same. Tbat Samuel C. Dav is the owner an undivided one-oinety-sixth (1-96) said real estate; lbat R. C. L irhtbidy is the owner of an undivided one-forty-eighth of said real estate. WHERE THE WOODBINE TWDfETH. Editor" J. B. Fitch, of the Tribune, Skips to the Other Side. 'J. B. Fitch!" No answer. "J. B Fitch!" Still do answer., . "J. B. F:tcb!" Andstai no rply. This was the call in this morning's justice's court by Justice McKle; and as tne call continued unanswered, it became patent to every one present that tbe extinguished defendant waa non est inventus; be had skipped his bonds and removed his precious - kar kiss to the south side of tbe raging Rio Grande betond tbe ordinary orooesses of the Amerioan courts; and where it is said be has already , found congenial employment. . . ' - This pudgy person-, with tbe fear of tbe state prison before his eyes, took French leave iff amem bear', less man ner. His biodman was proprietor E. P. Lowe-of tn Tribune whu out of the mis'akea goodness of his heart wen' on his worthless subordinate's bond in 9500. And not only tbat, but when tb scamp lied to bim yesterday, and asked for a loan of 87 to liquidate cou-1 expenses on tbe assertion tbat the charge have been disproven and him se f declared free, Mr. Lowe again al lowed bis misplaced confidence to get the better of him aod advanced the 97. Then the frllow put tbe cash in l is over-ample jeans and hied him over the river. Juetica McKie laid the pap. rs in the case before tbe grand jury this morn ing, aod the expectation was that Fitch would be indicted before even ing for bigamy. It is reported tbat Fitch had four wives, but how many are living and undivorced, oan not be said. He - gave it out cold here that one wife was divorced and another dead, and he was living legally with the third, though the public impres sion is that there is a fourth hid away somewheres. Over a j ear ago, George Speck found out where one of the Fitch wives lived in San F-anois to, aod Se cured a letter from he wtiich he show ed to the writer of this article Tbe poor woman declared therein that Fitca bad deserted her, and that f ha was taking io washing for a living She state ! that her belief then was tbat he would come to no good end. People have been disposed rather to laugh at Fitch, as be ambled and shambled along tbe streets like an an imated washtub, and thought he was more of a goo.e, a pudding headed per son rather than a deliberate rasaal;and his grandiloquent pretentions about having been on the California and Ari zona supreme bench afforded much food for merriment at tho old goat's expense. Fitch married his present wile ehortly after settling in El Paeo, and as far as can be ascertained she has been a good wife to him, aod is overcome by latest developments. Muoh sympathy is expressed for Mr. Lowe who has been victimized before by conscienceless persons because of his good beartedness. He had. bee n paying Fitch 812. per week up to tbe lime he was horsewhipped by tbe wife of the shooting gallery man, when Fitcn became so apprehensive that the racket would cost him bis job that be offered to work for just his board. So Mr. Lowe reduced his compensation to 97 per week, and on tbat Filch hs apparently managed to live. ' Fitch never inspired any one with respect for him ss a citizen or as a newspaper man, tie was a plodder, a stick-in-the mud. II tbe news came bis way on time, it was all right: if it came along a week alter its occurrence, why, was all riarht just the same. Tbe Dre sence of whi ewhiskers on any piece of intelligence made no difference to him. Mr. Lowe says be had placed confidence in Fitch because be went to church regularly. But Just'ce Mc Kie gave Mr. Lowe a good bit of ad vice when he told him, "Look here, Lowe, don't you pin your faith on any man merely because he goes to churoh." Strength of Militia Force. Actings, cr t-"-y of War Meikle john bas transmitted to coo cress an abstract of the militia force of the United States. Tha abstract for Mis souri is taicen from that 01 leuo, no re turn having been made to tbe depar mar t since that time. The abstract is as follows: General, 1; general staff, 11; non-commissioned officers, 3. light batteries, 7 companies; non-eommis sioned officers, 22; privates, 94; total for light batteries, 123. Infantry, re rimen'a', field and staff, 40: companies. 90; noo-oomm!ssioned officers, 405; musicians, 70; privates, 2042; total for infantry, 2181. Hospital and ambu lance corps, non-commissioned officers. 8; privates, 22; total ftr hospital ambu lance corps, 30. This jmakes a total strength of tbe militia force in Missou ri of 2349. The number of men in Missouri reported as available for mill tary service is 400,000. ine returns trom Arkansas enow a militia strength of 2020 men. The number of men in Arkansas available for military service is 250.000. xne militia xorce or Illinois is re ported as 6260. Tbe number of men available fcr military service is 750.- uou. Kansas has a militia force of 1463. and 100,000 men available. Kentucky has a militia force of 1371. and 361,137 men available. Miesissipnt has a militia force of 1795, and 233 480 men available. Tennesst e bas a mUitia force f 1696. and 180,000 men available. Iowa bas a force of 2470. ard 294.000 men available. Texas has 3023 men in its militia. and 300.000 men available. New Mexico has a force of 652 men. and 35,000 men available Ok ahoma has a force of 547 men. and 50,000 available. The a&rereflrate mMitia force of the United Sta'es Is 111 353. and including the territories, 114,362 The crand ag gregate of men available is 10,301,339. J. K. Blanton, an old sheepman, with twenty years experience raisin? sheep in this country, and who now has a fin nock of the fleecy fellows on the plain eaft of Fort Summer, recently refused an offer of 92.25 around for 2,000 lambs and 12.000 head of yearlings. Roswell Register. Two 3-1 b cans Cal. table peaches. pears, apricots or plums for 25o Sta Grvcery. Wf MAX CHUTZ'S Department Storev 110 E. OVERLAND STREET. We keep a large snd carefully self cted stock of Our motto is not tt be undersold and not to lose a -ale, although the profit may be very limited . Our expenses are small, as we do our own work, and therefore can sell cheaper than our com petitors, who are at n enormous expense for clerk hire. etc. All we ask of the public is to examine where, and save Going at Cost! MANDOLINS. BANJOS, GUITARS, VIOLINS. CURIOS and JEWELRY. Sheet Music 5 and 10 cents. 11. i . :::;::::::::;:::;;;; Old P'Mioa taken In exchange. Mandolin., violins. Onltars and Latest 8neet Music. ran ah Consult free Dr. Re gister about the New Cure for Consumption, Bronchitis & Catarrh. Freudenthal Block. Fort Bliss Items Full dress parade takes evening twenty minutes p ace every before sun- set Tbe band concerts will be g'vrn by the post band every Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Tho 20th Century Debating society gave i's first enter tainmeot last Satur day eventrg, wnlch was well attended. There were present several visitors from 1 Pat-o. StoksS Newman, who was recently discharged from te First Artillery, came to El Paso for bi hea'tb but it was too late. Knowing his oondition, be came over to tne post nospttal anl died last night at 11:30 o'clock and was buried today a 3 o clock vita military nonors. uaptain uinton wun Ms com paoy and band escorted tbe remains to post cemetery. Tbe ceremony was conducted by 1st Sergeant James Marchment. The deceased was a man 43 years of age and had seen a great deal of service. Proa-ramme for Field Day at Fort Bliss, February 25, 1898. EVENTS. 103 yards dash; 440 yards run: 120 yards ruo; 120 yards hurdle race; rope climbing; hammer throwing; shot put tine; ruaniog broad jumps; runaing r-isrb lumps; gymnastic exercises for dismounted troops ooly; gymnastic ex ercises for mounted troops only; tug of war. The prizes are as follows: First prize 81 25; secocd price, 75 cents; third prize, 50 cents. It is cot the prizes tbat tbe boys try for so hard, it is the honor of winning them. Household Gods The ancient Greeks belie vel Jhat the Penates were tbe Gods who attend ed to the welfare and prosperity of the family. They were worshipped as household gods in tvery home. The household gcd of today is Dr. Kiou'e New Dis--overy. For consumption, coughs, colds aid for all affections of throat, chef t and lungs it is invaluab'e. It has been tried for a quarter of a cen tury aod is guaranUei to cure, or mony returned. No household should be without this good angel. It is pleas ant to take and a afe and sure remedy fr old and young. Free trial bottles at W A. Irvin & Co. drug store.' Reg ular size 50c. and $1.00. S'erra Mad re Excursions to Sabi nal Account Grand Fiestas de Carnaval. which opens at Sabintl oo February 20tb, and closes on Febrna'-y 27th, tho R. G., S. M. & !. Ry, (Sit-rra Madre lne.) will sell from ail s'a'ioos. fn m February 16th to 27th. inclusive, ex cursion tickets at rate of on and one half fares for round trip. Firal return limit March 2nd. For furth- r information cll on local age-t or j. T. Logan, Gen'l Traffic Agent, .Cnid4 Juarez. B'inn's new oJtopil book. starts, . . ii x On terms to suit all s Purchasers. g V Piano Tubing, Polishing- and (4 , Repairing. M W. G. DUNN fj SSO San Antonio St. our stock before purchasing else money. p. m m .2 1 3... tt I r- - I The Sfa iSSlf U nVjrKW TWSJ HOKXV -X One of the latvst structures of E. Krause Architect, The best baild lnga In the city, both public and prl Taift. areor mv designs. Get com petition and save money. Coma and aee me If yon tolnk of building. E. KRAUSE. ' Room 65 Sheldon Block. EL PASO, - - - - TEXAS.' OUR GOODS.... Are the Latest, Freshest and most Up-to-Date. , Our Assortment the largest; likewloe the best kept stock in the city Arrangements for display and inspection best, while . thv very OUR PRICES Are always right. We ex tend an Invitation to all to inspect oar bargain stocked Furniture Store. HOYT&JBASS 816 EL PASO 8T. 1898. : 1898. ARIAL2.23 17.86. (Property 0f w w. Davis.) Will stand at u FAIR GROUNDS, El Paso. enduranc and apeej. 5" one the ?read! to ae?veli,mhl,S,kjr b. pVm?t2ed to serve a limited number of mun thl ana- fSnded 1 etUPn Pri orSoney TEKM8: -$25 cash before removal of Saddle and bua;a;y hones for sle. Runners and trotters trained. Horaea c toped ana 313 Myrtle ft. Ml tar n P.O. Box 657. Y. VV i UAYId, -" El Paso, Texas. ' Balsa y Hro, Srevas Victorias de Cob Jaat received at the Cnrtoaltv Stare af . W. 6. WAIZ CO. O Opp. Cos torn Heaj V. Josm, Max. Dr. J. C. BLINN, Physician and Surgeon OFFICE and RESIDENCE, 209 Texas St., El Paso. TRUST US u lth your Prescriptions and he S" t having them carefully in2 wf.ur?It,y compounded at any hour of the DAY OR WIGHT SrU".e of, D"es la NEW and v KH.bU.and comprise everything; kept in a modern "DruKgery.'1 Nothing but the VERY ttiiNTof Goo3e find space lu our store. m,nd we take specUl care to see that the prices are just right. A complete line of Ledi Cash Books, Day randoms. Diaries, Papers. era. Journals, Books, Me mo an d Writing BiMAD DRUGSTORE 220 SAN ANTONIO ST. A. H. WHiTMSR, D. D. 8. Dentistry in all ita branches. Office Over Santa Fe Tioket Office. IT 11 Homoeopainic A.