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THE DAILY HERALD
1 JUAREZ, Mex. -- March 13. Spring Goods Just Arrived. I Latest Novelties 1 ' t?. C5 t TTT SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1898. 3:QO O'clocV, I. For Spring- Wear. .50 SHOES FOR MEN We start this season with a complete assortment..... of this popular price foot wear for men, in all the..... newest creations for Spring and Summer They contain all the ap pearanoe of the higher. . . . grade goods. The stock cut Into these shoes is all. . . . selected, and we are there fore willing to vouch for. . . . their durability. The co'ors are the Choco-. . . . late Vicl, Black Vici, Light Russia Calf, and.... Black Calf. Our Men's window is full.... of these popular priced Shoes. . . . . SCHUTZ BROS., 109 El pso St. 3J& Consult free Dr. Re gister about the New Cure for Consumption, Bronchitis & Catarrh. Freudenthal Block. OLiASSIFISD WANTK1J. TT your wants be known by telephoning ' no ias. WANTED Young man wants position In store or hotel Aadretut J. P. V. bit) Myrtle. VV AM 1'E.D 1000 men to unload schooners at tne uumiueiclal liar, 11. H, Mcrtll Hams, general manager u; ANTi 1J An experienced miner and en- Klueer would like a tnualiou In the Ya- qul gold uisiricu epeaas Indian ana epu- lsu, AQuretM t , stammi tin. oolce. JTOtt OAAai. IiHJK Mlulug bonds for sale at the iisjtAxJ otilce. IjKU BA.LEr Mining deeds tor sale at the tVU Ml I 11. .V 1 1'n tmnnm IWncri. -1- Uiuaaom by Mrs. A. M biultn, 125 iMja L.XJH SALE The Hbkau's Souvenir Edition is lull ul reliable mutter concerouuf hi. faau. beiia It to your friends, it will auawex an questions, i nun t ceuu. a RE.NT. Large front room, well fur- niaueu. Apply oio jay rtie. i'OU KJtNT. Furnlaiied rooms for light uoute-keopuig. Call aio iciaa street. EKNl'.-A desirables room furulsn- A- tU iiuuso, bouc April nrst; lor six montus; nue4luuat.oa. Auarau W. lieraia iiOK KENT. 4 -room brick: bath: N A- au.piM)ll bt.; vacant alter April 1j. In quire at tiurgea' Art farluitf, Santa Jse St. ?OK RENT. Till May 1st or lter, to suit tenant, a fully f urulsnea House; lour ueu rooms, vis aorta btantou street just ueio Motel AtleU. iiUCAii AJil tflJtttAjj. Hot cakes at Smith's Creamery. Annd eatimr at Smith's OremerT. Kl Paso Steam Laundry, Telephone No. 47. Pitch, paper, plaster and lime. El Paso fuel (jo. Pbone 110. O'Brien Coal Co., sell pitch, paper, lime, cement, plaster, etc. a.i. "-- "t. PAhH TUANSFER 1 j- m v w . - - - , the beet 5 cent CIG Alt on the market Stove of all kinds for hard (no soft coal. MOMSEN & THORNS. PLvn.'Rarlirr Coal cnmDanv. Mo Alester. CerriJios and antnraoite coal, cord and stove wood, yard decood aaa r:h ihuah.ua streets. Telephone No. 11 Men Are Judged by what they do. So is Hood s Sarsaparllla, audits great cures Have given it a nood name every where. It is the One Irue Blood Puri fier and Great Nerve Tonic. Hood's Pills are tasy to take, easy to operate. (Jure indigestion, Diiiousaes? 25c. See Schutz About Insurance. When the average man desires to in sure nis life he knows, as a rule, very little about what he is getting, bat i guided to a very large extent by the representations of the agent wilL whom he deals. He has more or lee inue Unite iueas of what he wants; ex pecting the ageut to put them in Bhape (or him a-d suggest of the mauy differ ent plans, ihe one which best suits his conditions. How necessary and impor tant theu that he should select witti care tne agent upon whose intelligence, experience, and particularly Integrity, depends upon the making of a contract that Is to oind him lor fifteen or twen ty years, or even, perhaps (or life. 'Xhe undersigned is the duly author izeu Uistr.ct agent of ihe Mutual Liie Insurance Co., of New York. Having resided in this city for the past b4 years, bis reputation for fair dealing has been tuliy established. Persons wishing life iasurance will find it to their interest to consult witi Him. He has evory plan of insurance aad will be glad to explain them. S. C Schutz, 117 S. Oi eon tit. W. P. Inness aad wife have mov-. d in'.o too Center block. War Declared! Just as we go to press a messengei arrived stating that whatever may bt the attitude of Spain in the present difficulty, war has been declared by the West Texa Saddlery Co. on hiji prices o- all grades of harness. Don't forget the place, corner Oiegon ana Eac Overland streets. II $3 IN 15 M'NUTES. Something new in Canned Goods Chicken Tamales, Delicately prepared from original Mexican recipe. & They are all right. 5 Try them. 5 I Ghas. F. Slack S Co amimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnimmK Watch We have just secured the services of Mr. C. D. PLATT, who for years has been acknowledged the finest watch maker on the Pacific Coast. We also still retain the services of Mr. A. W. SUSEN, who has long been known as a fine watchmaker in this city. With two such work men we feel sure we can give entire patisfaction in watch rerairing. We fully guarantee all work we do for 1 year. Our aim is not how CHEAP we can repair watches, but how GOOD. g GEO. W. HICKOX & HIXSON. "Tho Jewelers." Ill San Antonio Street, 5 Bronson Block, riiuiuiuiuiaiuiaiuiaiiiiaauuuuuiuiuiiuiiiaaiiuiuui y M Ml. AU. AM. 3i 3 Specially Interesting SPECIALS. Intervention to Escape Fever. The Chicago Post's Washington spe cial says: If the forebodings based on scienti fic advises as to-tbe sanitary conditions in Cuba are half realized there will, be a new and stronger reason ior Amer ican intervention in Cuban affairs which has not yet been broached, and is that peace must be restored in order to protect 'the people of the United Slates from the danger f epi demics. It is believed by the officials of the marine hospital fervic and by anoiKnnod naval nffiftialfl. who Are acquainted with the conditions, that Cuba will be overrun by a devastating epidemic of yellow fever during tbe coming summer. If the disease should naaiimn a form &a desrier&telv bad as anticipated nothing but a miracle could prevent it from being commun icated to the large American cities along tbe Atlantic coast and thence to the interior. A memoer oi tne ad ministration said today that the pre sident may find himself obliged to in tervene for purely sanitary re aeons. Goes Forty- Two Miles an Hoar. Charles R. Flint of New York, the well known exporter, says of a new tor pedo boat which he has under cod tract to build for one or tne soutn Ame lean countries. ' This boat could be turned over to the crovernment within 90 days, afibuld it be found defcirable to acquire .It." Sbe is designed to make 42 land miles an hour. She will be fitted witn two en gines, each of 1,200 horse power and is o l ave twin screws The actual con struction of tbe ship's frame has not yet begun, though tbe forgiDgs for the engines, the necessary rapid fire guns and th'j auto-mobile torpedoes are about completed and these represent more than one-half the work to be done. Mr. Flint feels satisfied that with the extraordinary speed to be at tained, the vessel would ba of incalcu lable benefit to the navy in time of war. While be did not make a formal offer of the vessel to tbe department, he will sell if the boat is desired. . A Tripple Alliance. Out of the Cuban crisis may come a triple alliance embracing the United States, England and Japan. Already propositions are being considered, your correspondent learnp, looking to a possible alliance between the United States and Japan in the event of war with Spain, and it is believed that Great Britain has indicated a desire for a union of forces. It is learned that negotiations have gone to the extent of preparation of an informal memorandum, arranged jointly by the Japanese minister and eistart Secretary of State Day. It has not been possible, however, to confirm this report, although it is know that tbe matter has been discus sed. The obj.-ct of tbe dual alliance be tween the United States and Japan as explained to tbe writer, is to s'renj-th-en our naval forces in the A'lantic coast by withdrawing the ava'leble ships from the Pacific and Atlantic stations and relying upon Japan to t ke the Phlllippine Islands and look a'er tbe Spanish 11- et in tbe Pacific. In consideration for this acs's'atce which would afford Japan an oppor tunity to br aden her policy in the far east, the United S-ates is to agree to give the mikado some special con cessions in Hawaii after th annex ation of that ialaad, and to allow Ja pan to take possession of the Phillip- pines. Could Damage N w York. Atlanta, Ga. Caot. Ciarles W. Hil', ,'omnniider of the Nictberoy while sbe was in active service of tbe Brazilian eovernment.ea.vs she is the la-gest ar-mo-ed vessel afloat and as fast as any thing in the Sp-niah navy. Sbe could land men at any r-o-rortioea ropt without regard to the laja foices op The people have caught on, and the old chestnut "that we can sell you just as good' a ranze for less money," is too stale to be digested any more. We maintain the price of our ranges by a standard of excellence of material i used, and in sup rior design and work manship that brook no opposition. Home Comfort Steel Ranges have no competitors, and when once tried there is but one verdict they are the best. "Be wise today; 'tis mad ness to defer." Sei them at 319 El Paso St , El Paso. .Wrought Iron Range Co.. REPAIRING 1 El Paso, Texas posing, as a few shots from her 15-inch pneumatic gun would scatter 20,000 men. Speaking of whatSpain could do Capt. Mill said: "In my opinion Spain would abandon (Jura. Its navy could make lor IN e w York and stop ten or twelve miles out at night, get its bearings from the light houses and bombard the city for twelve hours. At day light the ves sels could stf am away. Thij can be done while the ships of our navy are in southern waters. After bombard ing New York the Spanish navy could put to eea and leave no trail. Ths sarre thing could be done at Boston, but not so easily, as the port there is harder to enter. The gunboats would have every advantage over the forces at the fortifications at either harbor Tbe gunners on tbe boats would have half of New York state to fle at, while theyi would look like specks on tbe water. If they failed to nit one por tion of the city they would hit anoth er. On the other hand, every shell that missed a boat would be that much lost. No navy is whipped until it is caught, and if the Spanish followed the 'fire-and-fall-beek' tactics they would be nard to eaten. Tbe average bpaaisn gunboat mokes about sixteen knots an hour on paper and ten on wa ter, but the fight, if there ia one, might be a very disastrous one. Tne country has much more at stake in case of war with Spain. Finding: of the Court of Inquiry. The report of the naval oourt of inquiry into the disaster to tbe Maine to be presented to the president next week, will contain among others the following find id (re: 1. A boie was found just above the keel on tbe port side, where a torpedo or mine was started. 2. A part of 'the port side of the Maice and a greater portion of the ior w ard decks were blown off by tbe ex plosion. 3. Her 10-inch guns are lying in the mud 20 ft et away, off the starboard side. 4. All ner plates, from the keel to the water s edge, at the deck, were pushed up. 5. The powder magazines and shell rooms are intact. 6 Her bottom is all gone. 7. Her boUers did not explode, for her fires were aft, not forward. This outline of some of the findings of the board of inquiry is authentic. Tbe examination of the divers sent to Havana by the government developed this state of facts within less than twe weeks after the disaster. A most frightful state of affairs was found. The divers made : heir examinations into the cause of the explosion on each trip. They firet found that all tbr heavy armor plates, from the keel t the wa'er line on the upper decks, bad been pushed up. This was the first conclusion testimony that the ex plosion csme from tbe outride. Hal her magazines blown up u would lower thing Later have left nothing blow the deck. Here, however, everj was gooe from keel to deck. the divers discovered the powder magazine and shell rooms to he intact. There bad been no ex plosion there. Tbe ibeory ws then left that the Maine's boilers had exploded.- That was the view General Blanco and oth'-r Spanish officials in Cuba hie taken. This was disproved. The testimon- taken by the boird of inquiry showed that on thenicht of February 15 all the boiler fires were aft and not for ward. The finding of the Maine's heavy 10- icch guns in the mud, 20 feet away from the s'arboard side of the shir. was tbe rext startling discoverv made. Thi9 occurred about February 28. Tbe location of the guns was mapped out by the divers and presented to tht. court of inquiry. The position of these 10-inch eun led to a detailed examination of th port side of the vessel. Just above the keel a bole was lou'd. it was here that tbe torpedo or mine started. The path of the explosion could be follow ed, once the starting point was located. Its force had been spent upward ami toward tbe ctarboard side Nearly all tbe forward port side and a large ppr Prices: $1.50, $1, H. GODWIN MITCHELL, Afnt. Tickets for sale at Cooper's Candy Store, or at Al. tion of the upper decks had been blown off. The disooverv was made within the last 10 days. It was presented to the board of inquiry on its return to Havana af ter tbe examination of the officers, sail ors and marines at Key West. The repot t of the court also will de clare that it is usles for congress to appropriate any money to raise the Maine. She is a total wreck. 1 Paso Cavalry Troop. The movement extending through tbe western country relative to cavalry organizations has struck El Paso, and a meeting will be held at 7:30 tonight lr Justice McKle s court room on San Antonio street, with a view to organiz ing a cavalry troop in this city. A here are enough men be-re who own ! their horses and would take pleasure I in cavalry maneouvrt-s, to form a fine troop, and they would aid in the way of drill work from Fort Blies. If there is a call for volunteer cavalry in the coming war with Spain, the El Paso troop will be found ready for business, and ready to respond to any call. To tbe Ladies. I will have my spring opening Tues day, Wednesday and Thursday, March 15, 16 and 17, when I will be pleased to show the latest 6tyles in patterns, bats and novelties. A cordial invitation to every one to call-. Mrs. M. E. Bkuck, 306 San Antonio street. Spiritualists. Services conducted by Rev. Frank T. Ripley at 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. in Chopin hall. Tomorrow will be Mr. Ripiey's last day in El Paso for tbe present. Lectures and tests free. All are invited. A. P. Coles, agent for tbe El Paso Real Estate company, has sold all of the company's lots on Myrtle avenue, and is now having Texas street macad amized and improved, and until build ing gets under good headway on that -treet, he will sell tbe lots very cheap. These lets will no doubt double in value in the near future, as it will soon be a beau'iful street. Buy property in Franklin Heights addition whll prices are down low. Call on A. P. Coles for prices. Tbe Studio Vendome has been en tirely remodelled and will be open for business Monday, March 14th, under tbe management of Mr. Geo. Surset, of Chicago.' First class photographs, cabinet size, for 83 00 per dozen. A trial will convince you that his work is equal to any in the city at double the price. See samples, 309 St. Louis St., El Paso. - Judge Fall returned to Albuquerque this morning- He does not seem to feel particularly bad over Governor Otero's declaring a vacancy in his office of so licitor general, and considers it merely a party move. j-Tbe judge t-ays he was going to quit anyhow in June, aad as he has all the business ha can possibly attend to, does not intend to make a fight. Word was received in this city yes terday, that the Cotton interests that have been holding back on tbe matter of right of way on tbe south side for a terminal railroad belt line, bad yield ed, and tbe way was now clear. At all events, the work of construction has begun. Harry Ciarman will furnish horses to haul the McGinty Napoleons up Mo Ginty bill when war is declared, so that the firing of thirteen guns will tell all this adjacent country tbat war ha- begun with Spain. Col. Fisher will direct the firing. Nathan Spatcier, of Las Cruces, died reo ntly at Galveston at the age of 80. The deceased was a native of Alsace- JLiorraine, ana was ior many years a gardener, fruit raiser and hortucul- turist at Las Cruces. He was very well thought of. xne sunset Liimited arrived only a few minutes late this noon, with thirty seven people on boat d, of whom 23 were for the T. & P. and 12 for tne G. H. Two passengers got off at th s station and 6cveo got on. Tbe work on tbe Mexican levy over tbe river, has been stopped by orders from the City of Mexico. However, as it is, the people of Juarez havo already a strong protection for their 6hore. The alleged Stein's pass robbers have been acquitted at Silver City on tae first count in the indictment against tht m. They will are now be ing tried on the other two counts. Reports from the east say that when bostilities are declared between Uncle Sam and Alpbonso, Consul Gei.eral Lee will be made major general of the United States volunteer forces. The remains of Mrs. Archie, asred 63, wife of Eugineer Arcbie of the fecos valley road, was brought here this morning for inierment in Ever green. Travel between Casas Grandes and Guerrero has been greatly facilitated by the new stage line which touches all important points en route. H. B. Stevens was suddenly taken ill yesterday afternoon and was obliged to go home and receive meaicai attention. He is better, bowever,ioday. Licencia para casamiento: Don Fe lix Gonzalez y Srits. Jeusi'a Valdez. Awarded Highest Honors World's Pair, dold Medal, Midwinter Fair. criEAr.a A Pan Orass Crsaa of Tartar Pswisr. 40 YIAR5 THBJTAND ARJ mm 75c, 25c. Mex. Cy. Howard's, E. Spring Styles HATS. AT THE Golden Eagle S. L. Husrhes, saddles and harness, 209 E. Overland St. Phone 260. Billy Thompson at Smith's creamery at sight makes a fine oyster stew The best Mexican and Havana cigars are made by the El Paso Cigar Mfg. Co. Dr. M. Ramser practice limited to diseases of eye, ear, nose and throat. Morehouse building. Buy your coal from "O'Brien Coal Co ," tbe agerts and direct shipper from the Cerrillos mines. Phone 3. Vapor and medicated baths at 416 North Oregon street. Rehumatism relieved at onoe; massage in all forms. James Robertson and family of Las Cruces have located in El Paso, and taken a houte at the corner of Over land a?d Leon Ptrets. Rev. hlugsrett. of tbe uoor 01 Mop-) m'ss'on, will aGdeas the men's me t ioe .t the Y. M..C A. re m Sunday 4 r m. All men welcome. Married In the Ci'y of Mexico. 8-h iiist.. Miss Al-na Mabel Jones, to Fore man P. J Stephecsun, of the Two Re publics; both formerly of this ci'y. Kansas City terderIoi"8,s weet breads, spare rib", lye hominy, barbacued meat and Kansas City trimmed loins. At the New Market, 208 San Autonio St. The third quarterly meeting of the bard of trustees of the Texas'Sta'eN- tijn&l ' At.tce.a--:oa c' Spiritualists will me-it in this city April 5 next, for a three days session. The Christian church pastor speaks tomorrow morning on "America as a mission neid," and in tbe evening on Tbings tbat conspire to help tbe preaching of tbe gospel." When you want an undertaker send for J. C. Ross; he is not in any other line of business. He should be patron ized on tbat account. Office 401 Et Paso St. Phones 211 and 183. Dr. Wilkinson, eye, ear, nrsi and throat specialist, will leave for Europe abmt April 1st. Anyone desiring his services will find him at his office in the Sheldon block, where he will at tend carefully to their needs. luu grading teams witn men are waitir.g at Panhandle to begin work in the Roswell extension as soon as orders are issued. Work will begin at both ends of the new road at the same time and its completion published rapidly as possible. On sale another carload of "Membres Valley, N. M." apples They are verv fine. Some of tbe varieties are Hunts- mans Favorite, Komamte, Geoeti Ben Davis. 103 El Paso St. (Old Walz store.) J. F. Kachler. The membprs of the Trinity choir gathere d at the church last night for the usual practice. But whoever was in charge of tbe buildine must have concluded no one would show up on-ac- count 01 tne rain and tbe church was dark and the doors locked. Mineral Wells' water will cure ner rheumatism, neuralgia, sick and vous headache, liver and kidney dis eases, Indigestion and dyspepsia in every instance. Try it and be - con vinced. For "ale in any quantity at A. W. Spencer's, Depot 203 San Antonio St. The Y. M. C. A. Literary club held its regular meeting - last ni-ht, ard despite the bad weather, fourteen mem bers were present. The subject for debate was, "Resolved, That the exe cution of Maximilian was justifiable." The judges awarded tbe decision to the negatives. Edgar Kayser gave a read ing and a recitation. The paper prov ed an interesting feature of the pro gram. The rains descended and the floods came last evening an hour before the beginning of the Chopin Hall camp fire, and by 8 o'clock tbe town was drenched. So it was decided to post pone tbe camp fire until tonight. Quite a number of people, howev r,did turn out.but they were-met at the door way by a vetpran .orderly from 675th Ohio cavalry who waved his right arm impressively with the remark, '"Poet l oned until tomorrow night." The G. A- R. men have a good program pre pared, and tbe evening will be pleasant ly spent. Tbree distinct novlties a-e sche duled for presentation at Myar's op ra bouse next Saturday evening when Managers Ziegfeld and Brady will 1 1 i . . 1 ri , . beauty, Anna Hld and ber company : ijriu v l Lo w 11 i.uh ikii nun raria-Bii . wbich Includes the strongest dramaMo 1 production of the eea on 4 The Cat and ! the Cherub" which has been styled tbe ' CavalleriaRusticana" of the dramatic stage and a tbree act farce, entitled, "A Gsy Deceiver" which is bubbling over with fun. While of course there is morn or less desire to see these two pieces the main interest centers in Mile. Held. Her reputation has pre ceded her and there is probably not a man, woman or child in El Paso who has not read much arout this famous Parisienne and is iou to see her. not extremely an . We have juit received a new line of Scotch Lawns. Queen and Ster.lng Fercales. 36 'nches, Medina Oran'lles. Biucie Striae h, Pcl c Madias, Wlndao'ftar Satins, Satin and "r nch Dl-rittT, Tole Uu Nord Zephyrs, also Spring C'otUng, Hats. Shoes. Underwear and Neckwear for Ladles, Gents and Children, suiting tbe season. MAX SCHUTZ'S Department Store, 110 E. OVERLAND STREET. Agent for the Reliable Tailoring Establishment of BOSK Sl -CO., of Chicago, TRUST US with your Prescriptions and be sure of having them carefully and accurately compounded at any hour of the DAY OR NIGHT. Our line of Drugs Is NEW and - FRESH, and comprise everything kept in a modern "Druggery. Nothing but the VERY B sT of Goods find space in our store, and we take special care to see that the prices are Just right. A complete line of Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books, Day Books, Memo randums, Diaries, and Writing Papers. BOOK AND DRUGSTORE 220 8AN ANTONIO 8T. The Summer Concerts President Reck hart of tbe McGinty club received last eveninsr through the W. G. Walz Co., over 50 worth of tbe latest and most popular concert band music from Carl Fischer of New York, for use at the . coming summer concerts. The scores are part for or chestra, and part for band. The band numbers are as follow?: Milloecker's Army Chaplain, grand selection from Mascagui's Rustics Cavaleria, tbe overture to Maritana by William Vincent Wallace, tie Re veil Du Leon, the Hopp Hopp Galop, the Veteran's March, Broadway Types, a medley overture, Jolly Robbers overture, Un Bal A La Cour, tbe First Heatt's Throbs. Love's Dream After the Ball, the Midniebt Alarm, Swed ish WeJding March, March of the Dandies. The orchestral numbers are: Anvil chorus, eextette from Lucia di Lam mermoor, quartette from Rigoleito,' Auber's overture to Bronze Horse, the Trout Macdolinata, selections from the Daughter of the Regiment, over ture to Lf Dame BUnche, Drram Pic tures, Little R)te Buds a musical melange, selections from the Queen's Lace Handkerchief, overture Hunga rian L'itzpie, Pizzcato Polka, Valse Lento, Under Den Linden, Ballet music from Gounod's Fau9t, Landlich Sittlich. The above selections are very good, and with the valuable band and orches tral library already on band the people of El Paso are sure of a promising and enjoyable summer season of band and orchestral music. The band has p'ay ed Wagner's music considerably the past winter, and has succeeded much better than was expected. With the Wedd'ng music from Lohengrin, the overtures to Tannahauser and R'enzi, the famous march from the opera of Tannahauser and other Wagnerian selections mingled witn Hgbter - num bers, the band will be sure to make hit. Damroscb & Ellis have been giving liermsD opera Wagner in tbe Metro poiitan opera bouse the past winter ana nave succeeded beyond all expec tations; so much sosin fact that Man rice Grau ia proposing now to unite bis forces with Damroscb for another season of Wagnerian opera. New York is Wagner Icrazy" but at tbe fame time it can be said tbat wherever, sousa, Inters. Brooke, Pbinney, Fan ciuli, and otber famous bandsmasters go tbey leave an appetite for Wagner ian music that remains "for keeps.' Mr. Reck b art and Prof. Pitzerare dolr g wellin following tnie example. Special crelit Is due to Prof. Pitzer for the careful and conscientious at tention he has given to tbe band and orchestra. He is a tower of strength to the musical interests of tbe McGinty club, aid tbe boys appreciate his well directed efforts. St8ge Route to Guerrero. A stage line has been established between Casas Grandes acd Guerrero. tbe route being via Galeana, El Valle, Unices acd JNamiquipa. ibis lire. In connection with the Rio Grande, Sierra Madre & Pacific railway, furnishes the quickest and best route to all points named, ss well as Temosacbic, Santa Ana and Dolores. For further information apply at general traffic office, Sierra Madre line, Ciudad Juarez. Wanted. 100 men immediately by the El Paso Employment Bureau, 2nd floor. Pay per day 75c. and board, or $1. 10 without board. Enquire at office 21' i, 2nd floor ban Antonio street. Jtmes A. Heme's successful play of American noma me "snore Acres, will De tne attraction at tne opera bouse on tne istn 01 tnis montn. The public has shown great interest in this charming pastoral play and it has received words of praise from all classes of theatre patrons. Although it unfolds but a simple story, and the people that the author has elected to tell it are pliin everyday country folk, yet tbe impression it makes is moving and powerful, acd few can be hold the homely self-sacrifice of Uncle Nat and not feel the bitter for it. Tnatoce touch of nature tbat makes tbe whole world akin is the keynote to "Shore Acres" and none can sit beneath the spell of the players with out becoming irobu d with this feel ing of universal fellowship. In tbe forthcoming production Mr. Herne will aa'n appear in his artistic portrayal or xnatnamei nerry, Buppt-rteu Dy a company of players which includes all la?t season's iavorites. Miss juiie A. Herne, the actor's oldest daughter will appear cs Helen Brry. Entire new scenery has been prepared for this occasion by the New York artist, H .L Bird. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. All druggists refund the money if it falls to cure. Cor due tor Pugh of the T. & P. fell 'tirain near Elmo, ;Kauffman -vojy ananas badly bruised up. UR GOODS:... Are tbe Latest, Freshest and most Up-to-Dat.... Our Assortment the largest; likewios the best kept stock in the city Arrangements for display and inspection best, while . Um - very OUR PRICES Are always right. We ex ; tend an invitation to all to inspect our bargain stocked Furniture Store. HOYT & IBlSS 816 EL PASO ST. IftQQ - ' a Awaa ARIAL 2:23 17.816. (Property of W W. Daria.1 Will stand at FAIR GROUNDS, El Paso. Son of WUdnut 2:18. and Nina (by Piedmont 2.1M) Arlal Is a bay,15X hands hlfrh.of great endnranc and speed, and one of the grand est horses of his day Arlal wUi be permitted to serve a limited number of mares this sea son. Usual return privileges or money re funded. TERMS: 126 cash before removal of mare. Saddle and buggy horses for sale. Banners and trotter, trained. Horses c lpped S3. 00. W. W. DAVIS, El Paso. Texas. 9arSw2vSwfiv2v2vfi2v2NSv24 I Ihe Mods' Bflilding! f jb xww tub; born VbV ' One of the latest structures of B. Krause Architect. The best build ings in the city, both public aad pri vate, are or my designs. Oet com- tmuuuo uu save money. Uome 1 wo u juu uuns: oi Dulialng, KRAUSE. PORFIRIO DIAZ : Grand Dining Parlors. Only First-class Restaurant in Juarez. MEALS, 7c Mex. Money. Oor. Juarez & Main Streets, Juarez. Mexico. LUM CHOW, Propr. BYRON H. IVES, FLORIST Albuquerque, N Balsa y Boo, Bretss Victorias de Colon u Just received at the Curiosity Store of W. 6. WALZ (JO. 0 Opp. Custom Hons V. Jurn, Mex. Consult free Dr. Re gister about the New Cure for Consumption, Bronchitis & Catarrh. Freudenthal Block. City Taxes Due. 11 City taxes are now due aod will be come delinquent on Anril 1st. nail .t once ar.d settla and avoid the tan cent penalty added on delirquenoy. J. XX. SMITH, City Assessor and Collector. New City Directory For sale at Palace drur stora .nil Irvin's druif more. o 8 On terms to suit all S Purchasers. & X Piano Tubing-, Polishing- aad it M Kcpalrliia;. f W. G. DUNN I fd 8SO (ten Antonio St. (4 E. A Room 65 Sheldon Block. g EL PASO, - - - - TEXAS. 5f Q Our '98 Catalogue, with elegant col- W ft SISr U?-everythina; new and & V desirable In plants, bulbs, &c, Ac. If g now ready. Write for a copy.