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THE DAILY HEKALD
SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1898. PUBLISHED EVKEY EVENING Except Sunday Entered at the poatofflce at El Paao, Texaa, M mall matter of the second claea. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, allr. one year ........... - Dailv. six mntb. Dally, thre, month. uaiij one montn. Weekly one yar ..17 0 3 60 .. ITS . SO S 00 - 1 00 - 60 Weekly mlm montbf , ........ 4Teekly three month . . JY OARRItM. The Daily Hchald la delivered by carrier 'n El taao. Texaa. and Juarea, Mexico, at 16 tnnta per week, or 00 cent per month. lubacrlber. falling to get Th Hikalb re felarlyor promptly should notify TBI Hbh- t.d business office (not the carrier) in order to receive immediate attention. Telephene Wo. 116. ADVERTISING RATES. Kate of advertising In the Dally or Weekly d It Ion made known on application at the publication office. Orrlnguptelephonenum oer 116, and a representative of the business department will call and quote prloe. and Sontract for apace. Locals 10 cents per line In every Instance lor n rst insertion, ana a cents per line lor eacn additional Insertion. Legal notices of every description II per on own insertion. BOOK AND JOB PRINTINO. Zri'til HiBiLO is fully prepared to do all kinds of plain and fancy Job printing In all ne latest styles. work periectiy ana promptly aone. THE WEEKLY HERALD. A large eight page paper giving the local event or the week, published very Saturday. Just the paper to end mends for information regard ing El Paso. Price S2.00 per year- six months VI. UU. THE WEATHER OH1TBD STATM WllTBIR RTTR.AD fej, PABO. Texas. March 9. 1803. Local Time 6:64 a. m. Barometer 2C.83 thermometer s 6 direction of wind NW Velocity of wind per hour.... 14 weather- Cloud Bain 84 hour (lnchesand hundred tha)..0.00 ciignesc temperature last a hours Lowest temperature lastM hours Crane shows that he has the sia machine, that ia the Austin ring, well under bia control. A teachekous nation is not likely to find allies, for the simple reason that soon or late it is certain to betray them. The national guards of several of the states are ordered to muster and recruit up to full strength. Nothing like being ready. Secretary Wilson says that there are ten beet sugar factories in opera tion in the United States, and ten mora in the course of construe tion. Insects can be destroyed and rooms disinfected by a new device, which has a reservoir to contain a liquid to be heated by a flame below and give off gases, which are directed through a nozzle to any desired point. St. George's bay, Newfoundland contains an immense coalfield fully twenty miles in length, and ten in i readth. It has been estimated that if the output were to reach 250,000,000 tons per annum the coal bed would not be exhausted in a century. President McKinley said in his addres-j at Philadelphia: "From the day our flag was unfurled to the prea ent hour no Btain of a just obligation violated bas yet tarnished the Amer ican name." It is a proud fact to recall a century after the retirement of Wash ing ton from public life. Senator Butler, of North Car olina, says "populism stands for the democracy of Jefferson and Jackson and republicanism- of Lincoln." The pop, therefore, feels at liberty to fuse with any party for an office. His historical knowledge and political prin ciple are well matched. The republican vote in Texas in J8SKJ showed an increase of nearly 100,' 000 over that of lb92. Republican sentiment is growing rapidly in this state. Let us have the right kind of a party organization a d the evils inflic.ed upon the stale by democratic misrule wi l end before many years.' Southern liepublicac. THE Amalgamated association of iron atidetee workers has offered protect against the runcing of steel works on Sunday, though it is under stood that the action is simply formal. as many of the employees who were idle during the existence of the Wilson tariff are willicg to work over hours to make up for the losses of that per iod. The sieel plants throughout the country are all occupied, as are also the tin-plate mills, which latter arj in marked contrast with ihoe of Wales, from which recent leports show that nearly one-half of the mills of that part of the world are idle. The course of the new comp' roller of the currency, Hon. Charles G Dawes, in regard to the affairs of the Chestnut Street National Bank of Philadelphia is being very highly - commended. The plan offered by the directors, stocktolcera, and a part of the creditors of the bink coctemplateo turning in all the property of Mr. Siogerly, including Lis newspaper, to satisfy the c'airns against the bunk. While this looked weil on its face, Mr, Dawps found on examination that it would release t he debtors and stock holders from liabilities to the de positors, and promptly refused his assent, although he met with severe criticism from financiers and newspa pers of the city of Brotherly Love. He insisted that the rights of deposi tor must be securely guarded, and refused any plan which would relieve the stockholders and directors from liability to them, thus protecting those by whom the losses would have been most severely felt, and showing that .the tradition that affairs of national banks are administered In the in terests of the wealthy only does not apply, at least under present condition!. HON. JOSEPH G. CANNON, Author of the $50,000,000 National Defense Bill. CONGRESSMAN JOSEPH G. CANNOJJ, of Illinois, whose bill to ap propriate $50,000,000 for the defense of the country is the great topic today, is the chairman of the appropriations committee."He bas been : in congress' almost'a score of years, and is one of the landmarks in the national legislature. When Mr. Cannon came first to take bis seat in congress, Mr. Blaine was speaker of the bouse. During his first three terms he served on various committees, and in the Forty-seventh congress ho was made member of the appropriations committee, of Which he" is now the head. Mr. Cannon was born in North Carolina, aad is 62 years old. His childhood wa -pent in Indiana, and he studied law in the Cincinnati! Law school, 'from which he was graduated. In 1859 he removed to Illinois and built up a valuable prac tice in that state. Ia 1876 he settled ai Danville, ana sioce men nas uvea eitn- er in that city or in-Washington. He speaks quietly of bis tremendous appro priation bill, which is very short but powerful. Congressman Cannon is an ag gressive member, and his long record in congress shows him to be a good pol litician. Taking him all in all, he is a striking figure in the legislative life of the national capital. Chicago Times-Herald. . , Grand Pacific Hotel Opens. After having remained closed for nearly a year the famous old Grand Pa cific hotel i threw open its doors to the public again today. For more than a quarter of a century the famous old aostelry enjoyed a world-wide reput ation and the scores of regibteres used up during that period contain the auto graphs of innumerable celetrities in "very walk of life. The structure occup fcd a full b ock half the ground on which it stood being owned by L. Z. Leiter and .he other half by the Northwestern un iversity. When the long-term lease expired about a year ago the univer sity trustees refused to extend It .or their part and as a consequence half the immense building was lazed tnd on the side was erected the mag nificent building of the Illinois Trust ind Savings company. The new holel occupies the part of the structure left standing, fronting the federal building, and though it does not oc cupy so much ground space as for merly, with the ndditioo of several stories which have been added and the expenditure of many thousand dollars in remcdeling and refurnishing the Grand Pacific under its new maiiae ment promises to prove itself worihy of the historic came it bears. San Antonio Weepa San Antonio and Texas are to lose brigade headquarters from Fort Sam Houston, according to the dispatches his morn ins and San Antonio is in lick-cloth and ashes. Fort Sam Hous ton has been the headquarters of the department of Texas, with also a gar rison of companies A, B, C, E, F, G, of the 18th infantry under command of Major Harbach; four troops of the 5th avalry under Colonel Carpenter, and a light battery of the Fir6t artillery under Major Dillenback, with the brigade headquarters of General Gra ham. By the new order, the department of toe toutn is createa, including the states of South Carolina, Georgia, uionaa, Aiaoama, Mississippi, iouis iana and Texas, with brigade head quarters at Atlanta, Ga. Whether Fort Sam Houston garrison will be reduced in consequence remains' to be seen. Visit From a Painter. Previous to sailing for the United States today Carolus Duran, the tmin ent portrait painter, stated that the stories to the effect that he intended to ask either President McKinley or Mrs. Mcivioiey ror sitting's were en tirely unfounded. While he intends to i emain in America for a consider able period and will doubtless portray the features of several America-s with his inimitable brush, his subjects, he says, win De recommended to him by his former pupils of whom there are a considerable number of both texes in New York, Boston, Philadelphia and other cities. M. Duran is a great lover oi society ana as he is possessed of all the eccentricities of manner and dress typifying the true Parisian artist, it may be safely predicted that he win become a social lion. Salt Lake City and Return. Tickets on sale March 30th and Anril i inclusive. From Maricopa, Phoenix, meson, .Benson, jttowie, lordsburg, ueming ana m raso. uood lor return ing within 60 days from date of sale At $59.70 for round trip. : Ta E. Hunt, C. A. piroDn Experience teaches the Impor tance of special care of the health. And fixed among the impor tant principles of hygiene and health is the acknowledged necessity of a good Spring Medicine. Just as firmly established by the ex periences of millions of people, is the positive fact that Hood's Sarsaparilla Is " far and away" the best blood puri fier and spring medicine ever produced. mi. . - -. . xuo necessity is iouua in the im pure condition of the blood at this season, owing to the close confine ment and breathing vitiated air in of- nee, store, shop, house, schoolroom or factory ; excessive eating and drink ing too rich and hearty food; late hours and social indulgences. With the blood thus thick and impure, the machinery of life grinds hard. Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies, vital izes and enriches the blood, builds up and strengthens the nerves and tones the stomach. It oils up the machinery of the whole body ; the liver takes up its work anew, the kidneys resume activity, the ache goes out of the back, the bowels are regulated, the appetite restored, the food is relished and as similated. Don't wait till you are thoroughly sick before you begin to take a Spring Medicine. Lock the door before the horse is stolen. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla now as a preventive and it will pay you a thou sand fold in health and strength through the coming summer. J fiOedlOeiuD "We always take several bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla in our family every spring as a tonic and blood purifier and we find that it overcomes that tirsd feel ing gives new life, and keeps us well all summer." Wm. Kzkq&x, 813 6th Ave., Peoria, Illinois. Excellent Spring MedKHne. " For a number of years I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla In the spring, not for any particular ailment, but on general principle, that the system needs a tonio at this time, and I have always found Hood's Sarsaparilla a most excellent spring medicine." Hakon HAHMn, Engineer, Fottstown, Pennsylvania. That Tired Fooling. " I was troubled with that tired feeling all the spring. I purchased three bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla, and when I had taken about half of it I was feeling well again. I believe Hood's Sarsaparilla to be an excellent blood purifier and tonic." Miss Ora E. Mohoan, Buaey. Illinois. Builds up the Health. We take Hood's Sarsaparilla as a tonic in the spring. Two of our children had tonsilltis and their blood was in a bad condition. Hood's Sarsaparilla built them up, and we have taken it again this spring with much benefit." Mas. P. H. Cahoon, Pleasant Lake, Mass. N. B. If yon decide to take Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be induced to buy anything else instead. There is no sub stitute for Hood's. THEs EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATUS, JANUARY 1, 1898. Assets $237,876,308 Reserve on all existing poli-J IfandarTand 186333'133 all other lia- bilities Undivided sur-) plus, 4 per ct. $50,543,175 btandard ; nntstanrlincr As- surance...... $951,165,837 Nrw AsRiiranrfi written $156,955,693 Amount De clined $24,491,973 HENRY B. HYDE, President. J. W. ALEXANDER, V. P. Walter N: Parkhurst, GtNFRAL MANAGER, Albuquerque, New Mexico. H. F. KETTLER, District Agent, EL. PASO TEXAS Citation. THE STATE OF TEX 8. To the Sheriff or any 'ocatable of El Paeo Gour-ty, Greet- Ins: You are hPrity commanded that by mat inn nubllca'lon of this citation In some newspaper published In said County, (but If not. than in the neares' county where newspaper Is published) for four weslcs prev- lous to the return day hereof, you summon J. reuaeni nal, LUdwlclt reuaentnm, j Freudenthal at Oomnanv. (comoosed of J Kreuderthal and Ludwick Frf udenthal) Philip Katz, Bernhard Katz, Katz Broth, rs, (comDosed of t-'hllin Katz and Barnharo Katz) and P. J, McLean, who are non-resi dents of this State, to be and appear before the Honorable District Court, at the next regular term thereof, to be holden in the County of El Paso, at the court house there of. In the City of Bl Paso, Texa. on the fourth Monday after the first Monday In March, the same b Ing the fourth day of April, A. IX 1898. File No. 24U2, then and there to anwer the 3rd Amended OrlRlnal petition of Mechanics & Traders Bank, filed In said court, on the fourth day of March, A D. 1898. azaiDst the said J. Freudenthal Ludwiclc Freudentha'. J. Freudenthal & Company, composed of said J, Freudenthal and liudwick Freudenthal, Li. a. Freuden thal A Company, composed of Ludwlck Freudenthal and S. J, Freudenthal. The Price Baking Powder company, a corpora- 'Ion. N :mA Keymond. . FnUlp nutz, Bern hard Katz, Katz Brothers, composed of said Phllln K ilt.t Knf Hernh&rd Ivatz. Adnlnh Solomon. I O. Gar. WiM. Ooldweli and P. J, McLean, and alleging in substance as fol lows, to-wlt: To rec ver eight thousand five hundred ($8,500) dollars with Interest at legal rate airM.int defendants J. Freudenthal. J Freudenthal Sl Company, . B. Freudenthal & Comuanv l.uuwlcH Freudenthal and S. Freudenthal on note made by L, B. Freuden thal & Company and endorsed and sold - to nlaintlff. That plaintiff caused an attach ment to be issued which was levied on the 16th day of July, 18H6, on real estate of the last named defendants, who are Insolvent and have attempted to dispose of their oroD erty with lmem to defraud their credit ors. That, before the levy of the aforesaid writ, said last named defendants attempted to - onvey a portion of their said property to aeieoaani Auoipu wiumun. iu trust, w bj nnra fictitious and pretended debts of de fendant Numa Keymond, beneficiary in li e trust deed, and to Louis Papln. (deceased) in trust to secure flctltloui auu pretended debts of defendant tvatr urotners; tnat saia at tachment was als levied on real property of defendant. I. Gt. Oaal which he bad convey ed to defendant P J- McLean, In trust to secure defendants L. B. h reudenthal & t orn pany, benenclarles, in the payment ot note of said Gaal to them for $1,898 .with 12 per cent Interest from NovenVbt-r 1st, 1889; that Louis Papln, substitute trustee pretet ded to sell the property last mentloue1 to defendant Solomon, and defendants Solomon, L. B. Freudenthal & ompany, Ludwlck Freuden thal and P. J Freudenthal fraudulently Dro cured defendant Uaal and his wife to quit claim to defendant Bo omon. That ail or the conveyances aforesaid, save that of I. G Gaal to L. B. Freudenthal & Company, k re fraudulent and void and plaintiff asks that they be cancelled and that the property le vied on be sold to satisfy their judgment re covered herein. That said Oaal proper y be sold separately, and It old for more than enough to bring a sum .equal to the face val meot taid note, that the ualance.af ter pay Ing plalntuis an amount equal to saia note, oe Dald to defendant Oaal. Herein fail not. but have you then and there before said court this writ, with your return tnereon, showing now yon nave ex tented the sas.e. I i Oiven under my hand and the seal L 3 of said court. In El Paso, Texas, this l-v ) 4th day of March. A. D, 1898. Attest: J. A. fcSuAJ ED A . Clerk District Court, El Paso County, Texas, F1L ISO. f MKUHANICS I & TBADEKS BANK f V8. I J. FfiEUDB NTH AL & Co l ETA''. Issued 4th day of March, A. 1. 1898. J. A. ESCAJ EDA. Clerk District Court. El Paso Oouni y, Texas. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. Did Up tLe Salooii. Outlaws held up Kitchen & Kenne dy's saloon at Gallup, the other night The twenty occupants of the place at the time were lima with "hands up and their faces totho wall. Wh le two of the robbers covered the party with their guns, the other two relieved them of all they possess d in the way of valuables and money. Several had watches taken from them Peter Kitchen, one of the proprietors losing a handsome gold chronometer worth $150. With two guns at hie head Mr. Kit chen manipulated at the safe for fif teen minutes rretecding that he didn't Know tne combination and at last De- Hfcvinjf him, the tbeive-t left tie place without makiD? its robbery complete For the same reason the drawers of the gambling tables which contained several hundred dollars in sr id and greenbacks were not mo'ested. All the mr.Dey in sitfht, however, upwards of SaOO, bee-ides the goods of the )atron9 present was traosferrei to the robber's pockets. ammmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmTnmmmmfe: Our Dress Goods Our Silks For Spring are now all in, and the as sortment is perfect. You can buy either a cheap, medium or high priced pattern, as you please, as we bave all of tbem. Both novelties and plain goods are popular this seaeoD, and in this respect, as in price, use your own judgment. Arrived this week, and are going fast. Large checks and plaids are in high favor, and the assortment we are showing is as near perfection as pos sible. All the late sbade? and com binations of colors are shown. Prices are from $1.00 up. Changeable taf fetas in elegant effects, 75c. to Si .00. S3 Dudl surssipsiirG Bold by all druggists, fl, six tor $5. Prepared only by G. X, Hood & Co., Lowell, Masi. The One True Blood Purifier, n n An Arkansas editor exolv.ns his po sition as follows: "Our aim Tell the truth tho' the heavens take a tumble. Our paper Of toe people, for the peo ple, to be paid by the people. Our re ligion Orthodox, with a belief in hell for delinquent subscribers. Our mot to Take all in eight and rustle for more. Our policy To loveour friends aid brimstone our enemies If thine en emy smite thee on one cheek, wipe him with haste and dex'erity at the butt of the mot-t convenient ear. Wbat we ad vocate One country, one flag and one wife at a time. Our object To live in pomp and oriental sp'endor." Fare Hygenla lee. Made from distilled water. Ask your family physician or druggist as. to nuritv and rinalt.hfiilnMa nf nni 1a Telephone No 14. hiLirASO ICE KEFRIGERATO B C Tme writer nanar at the Hrj r.n nf. See. B4 Our Spring Ginghams h Our other New Goods Cl 2 Were opened yesterday, and show elegant patterns for shirt waists, dresses, and for childrens wear. The 9$ fast color, "Toile du Nord" brand, is 80 a standard article and is selling at 10c. 6J Fine Scotch Zephyrs, in both large 8v and small patterns, good colors, and tfy something that will stand the washing, v' , - 25c. will becoming in rapidly,and 2 the stock, when complete, OS will be without an equal in the state. Don't "send S2 w east" for your goods until you see what we have. 53 imaiuiauuaiuiuiuiuiaiai uiaiaiaiaiaiuiaiauaaiuiK "His Work His Reference.' The Inimitable y SIGN WRITER I f 117 SAN FRANCISCO St. t ' Signs I 9 ..Of Everv Descrintinn.. I Finest Work. M. AINSA, WHOLESALE Grocer and Importer,. 113 OVERLAND STREET, EL PASO, TEXAS. i J Lowest Prices. J El Paso SADDLERY CO. ...Manufacturer! and Dealers in Saddles, Harness, Wagons, Firearms and Ammunition, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, Cincinnati Christian Morelein PHIL YOUNG'S. SEAMON Assay ical Corner Stanton and St. Louis Sta. El Paso, Tex. P. 0. Box 97 All kinds of assaying and chemica work. Act as agent for shippers of ore to smelters. Corre spondence solicited. Winchester and Martin Rifles . . . . Colt Pistols. Remington Shot Guns, &c, dec. We handle the old reliable Cooper Wagon. Our stock of Saddles and Karnes is up-to-date in style, quality and price. No trouble to show goods. CALL AND BE CONVINCED.. . ..400 AND 02 L PASO ST t s R. G., S. M.&P. Ry. if i n , ierra lviaare mime -TO- GUAYNOPA and the J Yaqni Gold Fields. J i 1 Fall And Winter il linery. rprTTTl T TCUT few fork, Pari, and A. JUL Jii JUXX X L London Novelties. Wh nnllr.lt vnur dnsnmaklnt 'Datronase. bMng nrADireii to render prompt and satis fac ory ser vice. SPECIALTY OF WEDDING TROC88BAC MRS. W 8. STANDISH. Mills Bnlldlnff. Opposite Plaza El Paso Lime Works. A. COTTRCHESNE, Prop. A CAPACITY OP 500 BUSHFIS PEB DAY. MANUFACTURERS OF Hydraulic White Lime Correepondenoe Sollolted. 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 they have been in tho past, as it will have a cheerful effeo on the scholars. Tbe same argumen can be used in reference to your resi deuce. Treat the walls with as pretty paper as you can afford, as it will assist ia bringing health and happiness to your home. PHONE 206. Tuttle Paint & Glass Co. San inI?ioi0 st- LOOK AT THE CLOUDS FROM THE TOP You can go above and so see the silver lining, do it from our trains. We them in places. THE MEXICAN CENTRAL RAILWAY with its two thnnsanH miloc svf 9l reaches all the principal places of in terest. A.ddrh! the undersigned for full stnd rollsbi l.-.f?r G. A Muller, Com! Agent. El Paso ttttHttUttttttttUtttttt It Holds. Like a Bottle. Chas. Cluthe's Qenuine, Truss M'f'd by C. Clutha Detroit, Mich There I. onlv an. w.v 4a h. Tn... aad that la t. do It right. Yon never have nor will vnu vr imnmva conditio by wearing- an ordinary u-uaa. every raptarM parson should ' uamlo. thU tnua and gt booklat. 4 W. A. IRVIN & CO.. Wholesale & Retail Druggists and Stationers. Lonsrwoir Transfer. of I am now prepared to do all kindi Transferring of Fr (rht, Light and Heavy Hauling'. Safe Moving a Speoialty. Headquarters at El Faso Stables. All orders promptly attended to. Phone No. 1. Consult free Dr. Re gister about the New Cure for Consumption, Bronchitis & Catarrh. Freudenthal Block.