THE DAILY HEKALD
THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1898.
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THE WEEKLY HERALD.
A large eight page paper giving the
local event or the week, puDiienea
very Saturday. Just the paper to
send friends for information regard
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OWITBD 9TATB8 WllTHIS BtTRBAD
kL PASO, TeiM. March 3. 183
Local Tlme6:M a. m
D rectlon of wind N
V ilocltv of wind uer hour
Weather . Cleir
Bala 34 hours (lnchesand hundredths).....-..0.'2
Highest temperature last 24 hours 53
Lowest temperature last 94 hours 28
Therf has been a slight Etock flurry
owing to the warlike outlook, but
that's all. Nobody has seen Uncle
Sam show signs of getting flurried
even a little bit.
Mayor Van Wyck shouldn't have
refused to shake hands with the
Vizcaya's commander. Many a good
bot fight begins right after a conven
The football team of the Indian
school at Carlisle cleared .last season
$7,000. In view of this showing, the
vexed question of what to do with the
Indians ought to be eauly answered.
If the Spanish officers allowed the
waehip to be moored to a buoy wbicb
was attached to a submarine mine they
became r s ;ontible for the result wheth'
er the mine was exploded by official or
dera or not.
There wasn't a word about free
trade or low tariff in the recent pro
nuncivmentocf ex Candidate Bryan or
in the aduresses of the three political
kadcra (?) who are urging fusion as
against the republican party.
When a man is called upon to serve
as president of one of the so-called re
publics of Central or South America
he is not obliged to take his life in his
own hands. There are plenty of re
volutionists always standing around
waiting to take it for him.
Projectiles used by the United
States army for Its great modern guns
cost as follows: Solid ehot 8 - inch
8ti9.8u each; 10-inch, $144.50 each; 12-
lncb, 9212 each; 12-inch. mortar saells,
weighing 800 pounds $114 each, and 12-
inch mortar shells, weighing lOtO
pounds each, 195 each.
The placing of the Ma ne in an ex
posed place in the Havana harbjr, if
it ' was done at all, was done by Span
ish omcei s, and if the mine was ex
ploded by anybody at all the Spanish of
ficers an responsible and will so be helu
.by Prtsident McKiniey's administr'
tion. . .
The work of a private secretary to
congressmen is iLy adapted to women
Handling large quantities of mail mat
kr, truuging around to the various
departments and coming in contact
witn men of all kinds would be very
unplea ant for a lady. It is a business
that be.ODgs to men and men only
should be employed.
"It's just this way," taid the young
lady, discutsing thi i)e Lome incident.
''Of course you know that people tain
about you benind your back, but jou
needn't pay any attention to it unlets
it comet out iu such a waj that everj
bidy knows you know about it, aud
then you are obliged to be offended."
The repuolican congressional com
mittee has been reconiZd with Joseph
W. liaococit of Wisconsin, chairman;
Hon. James Sherman, of .New Yora,
"Ice ch airman; Hon. Jesse Overstreet
of Indiana, secretary; Col. W. B.
Thompson of Wasnington, D. C, treas
urer. This is an ab.e and most exce.
lent coips of workers wiio know what
should be done and how to best do it.
Unless the Crane faction can get
hold of tne district aud county ma
chines as they did the state machine
at Da las, says the Express, the dem
ocracy of the state will doubtless arise
in their mixhtat the county primaries
or conventions and rebuke the Dallas
effort to hand the party of the state,
bound and gagged, over to a faction at
the state convention to assemble at
Galveston on the second of August
next, and thin demand the votes of all
democrats for its cominees on the
pa n of being branJed as traitors to
democratic principles. In no other
state would such a political outrage te
submitted to by any party; in no other
state could such a scheme end in 'suc
cess at the polls. Is it any wonder
that the party lash in Texas Is losing
COMMODORE WINFIELDS. SCHLEY,
Who Will Succeed Admiral Sirard in Com
mand of the North Atlantic Squadron.
EMIGRATION TO CANADA.
There Bids Fair to.be a Great Emigra
tion From England.
A London letter says: Emigration
to Canada bids fair to receive a decided
boom during the coming spring end
summer. The offices of the Cinaim
commission on Victoria street have
been fairly inundated during the pa-t
few weeks with letters from different
parts of the country seeking inform
ation concerning desirable pain's of
settlement in the Dominion, rates of
fare and other particulars. This re
vival of interest concerning the Do
minion on the part of people anxious
to leave the mother country and find a
new home is doubtless due in a measure
to a letter recently addressed to the
mayors of the leading cities and also
widely circulated through labor and
trades unicn channels. In this letter
Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, the
high commissioner for Canada, sets
forth that the Cauadians are much
gratified at -the increasing interest
shown by tho United Kingdom in their
affairs and that tbey hope tosaean
influx of British settlers and capital to
ou tivate the large areas of fern e va
caut land in the Dominion. The high
commissioner goes n to point out that
people with capital for investment,
farmers, farm laborers and dom- stic
servants will be heartily welcomed by
the Canadians. Domestic servants, he
says, are especially greatly needed,
farm laborers can rely upon getting
employment at remunerative weges,
while farmers can obtain free grants of
land or crown grants of most fertile soil
at low prices.
Monthly Meteorological Summary.
For the month of February, 1898:
Mean atmospheric pressure 30.00.
Highest pressure 30 44, date 3rd.
Lowest pressure 29.76, date 17th.
Mean temperature 52.
Highest temp. 79, date 26th. Lowest
temp. 24, date 3rd.
Greatest daily range of tempera'.ure
46, date 4th.
Least daily range of temperature 17,
Mean temperature for this month in
1830, 47; 1881, 51; 1882, 47: 1883, 49; 1884.
51; 1885, 50; 18S6, 60; 1887, 5U; 18S, 50;
ltey, 4; isw oz; isai, ou; 1092, ou; jaaa,
00; 1894, 44; 1895, 44; 1896, 48; 1897, 50;
Mean temperature for this month
for 19 years, 49.
Average excess of daily mean temp,
during month 3.
Aouumulated excess of daily temp,
since Jan. 1 22.
Average daily excess since January
Prevailing direction of wind N W.
Total movement of wind 6800 miles.
Maximum velocity of wind, direction
and date, 44-W-18.
Total precipitation 0.04 inches.
Numnerol uays with O.i iuch or more
of precipitation, 1.
Tota precipitation (in inches) for
this montn in i879, .83; 1880, T; 1881,
.24; 1882, .78; 1883, 40; 1884, .84; 1885,
.03; 1880, .44; 1887, .15; 1888. 1.51; 1889,
.18; 1890, .02; 1891, .09; 1892, .47; 1893,
.52; 1894, .28; 1895, .17: 1896, .14; 1897,
O; 1898, .04.
Average precipitation for this month
for 20 years .36 inches.
Total deficiency in precipitation dur
ing month, 32 inches.
Accumulated deficiency in precipi
tation since Jan. 1, .64 iucb.es.
Number of' clear days, 16; partly
cioudy days, 11; cloudy das, 1.
JN. D. LANE,
Observer weather bureau.
The hotels are lull tjday with
alumni of the . universities ol Penn
sylvania aud Cornell, who tanignt will
whoop it up lor taeir respective sides
at the Ljceum tneaier on tue occasion
of the annual intercollegiate deoate.
ine subject to 00 aicus-ed is one of
special interest at this lime as it is
now before cuDgress as embodied in
the Lodge bill. Tae Pennsylvania
men will support the affirmative and
the Cornell men will argue in the
negative on the following propo itiou,
Kesuived, luai immigiaii n into ihe
United States shouid be restricted to
those who can read and write
the Un.ted States constitu
tion in come language, provid
ed that satisfactory provision b made
fur the adm ssion ol those dependent
upon sucn qualified immigrants. ' Hotn
colleges have selected ti.tir best 01 a-
tors and the deoate will be a nutab.e
The tobacco crop in the district of
Tuxtepec, V. C , will this seacou reach
a least $3,000, UliO, according to state
ments remitted to ttie tovernmet-t.
TLe coffee crop in the tame disttict
will run about $60,000.
Are much In little; always
ready, efficient, satlsfi
tory ; prevent a cold or fever.
cure sll liver Hit, sick head
ache, Jaundics, constipation, etc. Pries li cents
Tbs only nils to takf with Hood s faaepar11l
OF THE UNITED STATFS,
JANUARY 1. 188.
Reserve on all
a M v t MSB
all other lia
plus, 4perct. $50,543,175
HENRY B. HYDE, President.
J. W. ALEXANDER, V. P.
Walter N. Parkhurst,
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. F. KETTLER,
EL PASO TEXAS.
The evidence of Ensign Powelson
and the divers regarding the upheaval
of tLe keel reported is regarded in Ha'
vana as oversnadowing all previous in
formation in significance.
But in Ensign Powelson's evidence
th naval court is confronted by a con
dition and not a theory, a condition so
citariy demonstrated by him as to do
all but carry conviction. His exploit
in discovering the green-painted plates
from the very bottom of the Maine, at
a point in the wreckage which indi
cate they were forced upward from
their normal position to a height of
something more than W leet, has been
the sensation of the ween, coupled
with the other discovery taat, in com
mon with most of the otner wreckage
from the snip's interior, these plates
were not only heaved upward by some
titanic force exerted from below, but
aiso distinctly in a direction from port
to starooara side.
The presence of the American fleet
at Key West, which is regarded at
Havana as menacing, will lend addi
tional zest to the greeting accorded
the Vi&caja, and at tnis writing it is
hard to predict what turn the demons
tration ili taii. 1 heard a conspicuous
American representative say that if
the Viscaya and other Spanish ships
entered this harbor as expected, they
would be battled up here, and there'
fore trapped in case a foreign fleet ap
peared off Moro Castle. The Spanish
fleet may cruise off the Cuban coast
near Uavaua to escape this fate. Cap
tain Euiate will be a.l the more hearti
ly weicomo because of the fact just
made known to Americans that he was
one of the judges who passed the death
sentence ou the Competitor prisoners.
Eitiemists of the anti-American party
here will endeavor to honor him cons
p.cuously on that account. To make
room for the Viscaya near the wreok
of the Maite the Alfonxo XII, has been
moved still lurtber irom the nl-fated
American battleship, and the new ar
rival will be thus awarded the place of
honor nearest the Maine and the most
frequented piers. Republic correspon
Moody on the Maine Disaster.
Rev. Dwight L. Mooay, the evan
gelist, who is holding a meeting at
Xampa, reierred in a recent sermon to
the Maine disaster and staled that
if it was the result of treachery, re
tribution would follow fast heavily on
the heads of guilty ones, even though
nettner the Uciied States nor Spain
d scovered the perpetrators. He
preached to more than 5000 people,
and bis sermon created the greatest
sensation ever produced in Tampa by a
Washington's birthday was celebrat
ed at Omaha by opening to the public
the new postoiSce ia course of construc
tion for the last eight years. Only the
first floor of the building is ready for
use yet and the building has already
cost $1,30,000 and it will require $800,
000 to tit ish it in accordance with the
SOUTHERN PACIFIC SUNSET.
Weekly Tourist Car Excursions With
out Change, Between San Francisco
and Washington, i. C, Chica
go, Pittsburg, Pa , and Cin
Leave El Paso on Fridays and Mon
days f jr Washington, D. C, arriving
Mondays and Thursdays via Southern
Pacific company, New Orleans, L &
N. & Southern Ry.
On ednesdays for Chicago, 111., ar
riving Saturdays via Southern Pacific,
New Orleans and I. C. It. R
On Saturdays for Pitisbui g, Pa., ar
riving Wednesdays via Southern Paci
fic, NewOrleans, I. C. to Louisville, B.
& S. W to Cincinnati and B. & O.
On Sundays for Cincinnati, Ohio, ar
riving Thursdays via Southern Pacific,
New Orleans and Q. & C.
To San Francisco, Cal., via Los An
geles, leave El Paso on Mondays, Tues
days, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays
and Sundays, arriving at Los Angeles
first day, San Francisco 2nd day.
Thee cars are op?rated by the Pull
man company on same plan as first
class sleepers, and line first class sleep
ers are furnished complete with mat
tresses, curtains, blanke'.s, pillows,
rh- ets and pillow slips. New upholster
ed feats (cane) being put in and other
improvements made. Clean sheets and
p llow slips are put on every night.
Berths in these car) are available to
through or local passengers holding
first or second class or excursion tick
ets. A charge of $1.00 per double berth
(two may sleep in - one berth without
additional charge) per night is made;
$5.00 for a through bjrth New -Orleans
to Los Angeles or San Francisco.
Each car is in charge of an uniform
ed porter to make up berths and keep
the car clean.
H. R. Turner, T. E. Hunt,
City Ticket Agent Com'l Agent.
El Paso, Texas.
The Greatest Discovery Yet.
W. M. R pine, editor liskilwa, 111.,
'Chief," saj: "We won't keep house
without Dr King's New Discovery for
consumption, cjughs and colds. Ex
perimented with many other?, but
never got the true remedy until we
used Dr. King's New Discovery. No
other remedy can take its place in our
home, as in it we have a certain and
sure cure for cjughs, colds, whooping
ougb, etc." It is idle to experiment
with other remedies, even if they are
urged on you as just as good as JJr
King's New Discovery. Tney are not
as good, because this remedy has a
record of cures and besides is guaran
teed. It never fails to satisfy. Trial
bottles free at W. A. Irwin & Co. drug
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
This remedy is inUnded especially
lor coughs, colds, croup, whooping
cough and influenza. It has become
famous for its cures of these diseases,
over a lare part ol tne civilized world
The most flattering testimonials have
been received, giving accoutt3 of its
good works; of the aggravating and
persistent coughs it has cured; of se
vere coughs that baveyielded promptly
to its soothing effects, and of the dan
gerous attacks of croup it has cured.
often saving the life of the child. The
extensive use of it for whooping cough
has shown that it robs that disease of
all dangerous consequences Sold by
Sierra Mjutr Boat to th Vaqat Gold
Take the R. G., S. M. & P
Ry for Casas Grandee, San Buena
bentura, and the Vaqui gold fields-
Trains leave Ciudad Juarez Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays at 8:30 a. m.
Arrive Ciudad Juarez Tuesdays.
Thursdays and Saturdays at 4:30 p. m.,
Mexico City time. Depot opposite
Mexican Central passenger depot.
J. T. Loo AN,
Gen'l Traffic Agent.
Backlen's Arnica Sstlve.
The best salve in the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, teter, chapped hands, chil
blains, corns, and all skin eruptions,
and positively cures piles, or no pay re
quired, it is guaranteed to give pea,
feet satisfaction or money refunded
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
W. A. lrvin & Co., wholesale and re
I have been afflicted with rheuma
tism for fourteen 'years and LOthin
seeded to give any relief. I was able
to be around all the time, but constant
ly suffering. I had tried everything I
could near ol and at last was told to try
(jhamberlan's Pain Balm, which 1 did,
and was immediately relieved and in a
short time cured. I am happy to say
that it has not since returned. Josh.
Edgar, Germantown, Cl. For sale by
For Over Fifty Xeatra.
Mrs. Winalow's Soothing Syrup has
been used lor children teething It
soothes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic and is
tne remedy best lor diarrhoea
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Fare Hygeubt Ice.
Made from distilled water. Ask
your family physician or druggist as.
to purity and health fulness of our ice.
Telephone No 14.
El Paso Ice & Refrigerator C
So- Pac. Co. to Klondike.
Through tickets via San Francisco.
Seattle or Portland. Raves of fare,
and freight and general information
furnished on application or by mail.
i . Hi. hunt, tommerc.ai Agt.
JH olden' s Positive File Core.
Sufferers use it. Relief will be speedy
and cure positive and permanent if di
rections are strictly followed. For sale
Kelly by & Pollard, druggists.
The Mexican Central railway has
established in Mexico City a Bureau
of Information ahich is prepared to
furnish, reliable data as to lands, their
price', titles and resources, whether
grazing, mineral or agricultural; about
the mining industry; about the desir
able locations for manufacturing en
terprises, or any general information
relative to the resources of Mexico,
latent or developed. Address either:
A. V. TEMPLE,
Mgr. Bureau of Information,
G. A. MULLER,
Com'l Agent, El Paso
Rev. E. Edwards, pastor of the Eng
lish Baptist church at Mine.-sville, Pa.,
when suffering with rbeumatisr, was
advised to try Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. He says: "A few applications
of this liniment proved of gret service
to me. It subdued the inflammation
and relieved the pain. Should any suf
ferer profit by giving Pain Balm a trial
it wi 1 please me." For sale by all
MlnlngiOcaMon notices for sale at
tb BaHAbD job office.
HotlTTUK WOCtHLv a
LOOK AT THE MAP!
We can Ticket You to
ANY PART OF THE
tP. TURNER, Gw'l Pus'r and Tkt Agent, BALUS, TQ
B. F. DABBYSHIRF, S. W.P. 4 P. A.
Novelty Works j
Let us do your next T
for we are better prepared
with the latest improved
appliances for giving the
very best of satisfaction..
: Drop in and examine the
4 Best $30.00 Bicycle
4 - IN EL PABO. 4
4 319 San Antonio Street.
CHAS. CLUTHE S
(Patented) is worn, because the actual
i utiwDHttra lorce m a rupture 13 utilized
hv fchn (n?.ArlnMHn9 noil n MfiAnb.
I mud SOS.! tha onAtiincr ntjimAHMllw
! Every physician in town knows this is
M" viujr IfUSS LUBL HUB DB Dill. XBSpeCt
1 the truss and get booklet. 8 1
W..A. IRVIN & CO.,
Wholesale & Retail
Druffgists and Stationers.
El Paso Transfer
HACKS. BUS AND BA QOAGS.
Phone 18. 300 to 310 South Oregon Street
Consult free Dr. Re
gister about the New
Cure for Consumption,
Bronchitis & Catarrh.
Captain Mose D.llon, of El Paso, has
been appointed collector of customs of
tie El Paso collection district. This
territory bad a candidate for the posi
tion, namely, Colonel Philip Mother
sill, whom the ptople of New Mexico
would gladly have seen the successful
candidate.- But it was decided other
wise and that settles it. Captain Dil
lon had strong Texas backing and state
i- fluence beat New Mexico and Wash
irgton influence in the case. The
selection of Cap'ain Dillon is a good
one and he will make an admirable
official. The New Mexican's congrat
ulations to the new collector and ils
sympathy to Colonel Moiherdill. San-
a te New Mexican.
The sphere and usefulness of Christ 1
church will shortly be increased by;
the service of hi td utn ntl clergy- .
man. In the monthly magazine for!
March the rfctor announces that he
has secured the valuable services of I
Mr. J. P. Watsou. B. A , of St. Catha- 1
rine's college, Cambridge, who is com- '
mar out to work in connection with ,
Christ church without any remunera
tion and will reach Vera Cruz ou
Mrch 10th. Mr. Wutson comes with i
very lc.rge recommendations, and was
for some time bead of the Cambridge
m-ss'on in the East End of London.
H will be admitted to Holy Orders bv
Bishop Kendrick, the bishop of Ari
zona, when he pays his special vieit to
'his city to dedicate the new perman
ent church which is now nearing com
pletion. Two Kepublicas. ;
The supreme court of Arizona is
breaking all previous records. Tha
dispatch with wbicb cases are decided
and the calendar cleared is commend
able. The present supreme court
mem business and the people annre.
ciate their expedition.
Grocer and Importer,
113 OVERLAND STREET,
El Paso SADDLERY CO.
We handle the old reliable Cooper Wag in. Our stock of Saddles and Harness
ia up-to-date in style, quality and price. No trouble to show goods.
CALL AND BE CON VI xCEO....
Tuttle Paint & Glass
LOOK AT THE CLOUDS FROM THE TOP
and so see the silver lininsr. You nan
do it from our trains. We go above
IIWIM AAA lC4Ol
THE MEXICAN CENTRAL RAILWAY
with its two thousand miles of track,
reaches all the principal places of in
terest. Address the undersigned for fnll and reliable information -
G. A Muller, Com'l Agent, El Paso.
The Most Direct Line to
Kansas City, Boston,
St. Louis, New Yot k,
Denver, Omaha, St. Paul,
And all Northern and Eastern Points
Tlrroiagh. Trains, Fast Time,
Elegant Pullman Palace Sleepe-s on all through trains, flail v Tnnrtat
Sleeping cars to Denver, Kansas City
woe 1 j mj os. r-aui ana Minneapolis ana
All tnlna not harina ilinlna nt..
" , j w.
Route, Harvey Houses.
aim lciormation cheerfully furnished upon application to
J. S. MORRISSON, jf. B. HOUGHTON,
City Tioket Agent General Agent.
Office. Fargo Rulldinjr; Corner El Pano and San Antonio Streets.
. . . TRAIN SERVICE
with Buffet Sleepers
Only Standard Guage Line Running Through
Sleepers to the City of Mexico.
Night isd Moraisg CoESMtiou tt
New Orleui with lisei ti
VKW YORK, PHIHPELPHIA, WASBMTON. ATLANTJ, CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS
117 SAN FRANCISCO St.
..Of Every Description..
EL PASO, TEXAS.
acd Dealers in
Firearms and Ammunition,
.400 AND .Q2 EL PASO ST.
THOSE who are recognized as au
thority over the country recom
mend that the walls of school
rooms be made .brighter and more at
tractive than tbey bare been in the
past, as it will have a cheerful effeo
on the scholars. Tha
can be used in reference to your reel
dence. Treat the walls with'as pretty
paper as you can afford, as it will assist
Co. Sa 4PS8S0 st-
and Chicago. Tourist Sleeping cars semi-
onoe each week to St-. Louis & Boston.
n. 1 . . ... . .
lvl Nioain uio lauiuoi nina w-
NEW ORLEANS AND GALVESTON
SAN ANTONIO AND GALVESTON
I am now prepared to do all kinds of
Transferring of Freght, Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Safe Moving a
Headquarters at El Paso Stables.
All orders promptly attended to
Phone No. 1.
El Paso Lime Works.
A. COTTRCHESNE, Prop.
A CAPACITY OK 500 BUSHES FEB DAT.
Hydraulic White lime
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