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THE DAILY HERALD
Spring Styles i THE REAL ....STUFF Spring Goods Just Arrived. ife IS- I Latest Novelties I ? ... f TUESU VY, MARCH 22, 1898. Fur Spring Wear. -r-z -J-- rtf FIX Women's Tan Lace Shoes... for early spring weer. To change from your heavy winter shoes to the low ones now, would be rather sudden and rash. We have the proper kind of footwear for your present needs a high tan lace shoe of care fully selected, medium weight stock well made newest pattern non-dust-catching" resting top stylish, good service-giving shoe a shoe that is com fortable in either cold or warm weather in your size and width 14 a pair:::::::::: SM. SCHUTZ BROS., 109 El aso St. Consult free Dr. Re gister about the New Cure for Consumption, Bronchitis & Catarrh. Freudenthal Block. OLiA.3SIFID ADA. Ft)K KEST. OR RENT One Lrou street. unfurnished room at 330 WAMIEU. TT your wants be known by telephoning Mo m. w r ANT SI) By a Itdy, position in office. Una use typ-twritvr. box -mm. WAN riiDdoard'-rs, & South Campbell; Ural class, 4,60 per week; Mrs, Parkin son, WAN TED 1000 me u to unload schooners at the ctmiuo.-cwl Bar, u. H, Mc Wil liams, aeueral manager U'ANTKl),-Parties desirous of pleasant " location wnu board or room or ootn. Call :.tVltt North titantou snect. VVANTED. A position by young married " man, either onice or outaoor wort; have naa goud business experience AU dress Jfi.'i' li. lio-alu office. WAN rED Small furnlsced house iu good location fur six n orths or longer by snvall fau-lly of aUuils. Best Icltrtuces. Aaaress C J . care UeralU. ion DAIk.. "yOK MAL& Hi: ing bonds for sale, at the ilKUAuo oltlce. F UK SALE Mluing deeds for sale at the tl ihai.d oince. 1rOK SALE-Dr. tc Sill's famous Orange Blossom by Mrs. A. M Smith. 126 Leun street 1"UttBALE cheap, an Uj,r gut piauo a guodasntw. dirs. L, W, li-ruer. Out) Kansas Bt, LiK dALE The UihalD'8 Souvo- ir Edition P Is lull of reliable matter concernlug hii Paso, bend It to your frienas, it will answer all questions. Price i i euts. LOCAL AM) liiKhVAi Money loaned on Life Insurance policies. P. O. box 67. Hot oakeo at Smith's Creamery. Good eating at Smith's Creamery. 1 Paso Steam Laundry, Telephone No. 47. Pitch, paper, plaster and lime. El Paso Fuel Co. Phone 110. O'Brien Coal Co., sell pitch, paper, lime, cement, plaster, etc. Ask for "Eu PASO TRANSFER," the best 6 cent CIGaR on the market. Stoves of ail kinds for hard and soft coal. MOMSEN & THORN fc. A G. H. Brakeman named Sam Gal -laday, bad his right arm badly j loo med the other evening while coupling tars in the noith El Fa&o brick yards. War Declared! Just a? we go to press a messenger arrived stating that whatever may be the attitude of Spain in i he present difficulty, war has been declared by the West Texas Saddlery Co. on high prices on all grades of harness. Don't forget the place, corner Oregon and East Overland streets. THIS YEAR'S Maple Syrup, Direct from the trees to CHAS. F. SLACK & CO. We have a limited supply in gal lon cans only. Come early or you will get left. Ghas.F.SlackSCo Since we opened our house in EI Paso I about two months a to, we I have sold nearly THREE CAR LOADS of RtDgres, and s ill they go. The public knows a (rood thing when it ! see it, and a sensible person does i not expect the earth with a fence , around it fyr a dime,or hold a quar ter too close to his nose to see a dollar just over the fence. Merit has it reward, and Home Comfort Steel Ranges are certainly "in the swim" just now. All kinds of ho tel ware of superior quality. 319 El Paso St , El Paso. ..Wrought Iron Range Co.. nmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmniy 1 Watch REPAIRING I vi , We have just seeured the services of Mr. C. D. PLATT, who for years has been acknowledged the finest watch maker on the Pacific Caft. We al.-o still retain the services of Mr. A. W. SUSEN, who has lone been known as a fine watchmaker ii thi- city. With two such work men wo feel Bure we ran give entire satisfaction 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. j:; 'Tlae Jewelers." 5 ST Bronson Block, III San Antonio Street, El Paso, Texas .faiiaaiiuiuiuiiiiiiiiiiaaiiuiaiiiiaaiiaiuuiauiiiuiaiii Engagemeut Party. A very pleasant et-gagtinent party was tendered last Sunday nUht, at the Oregon street retidence of S. L. Good man to Miss Stella Goodman who is en gaged in marriaKe to Carl Joseph of Nuevo Laredo. The evening was agre .-ably epunt in the customary social manntr, concluding with re fresbments, and there were many con gratulations on the auspicious event, and hopes that the day was not far oil when tne happy union would be con sumated. Among the guests present were Mr. anl Mrs. H.Neufelo, Mr. and Mrs. .ioj'-ph Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. John Stetlian, Mr. and Mrs. I. Goodman, Mr. auu Mrs. A. Kapian, Mr. and Mis. A. A. Kline, Mr. and Mrs. A. Solomon, Mr. and Mrs. A. Schwartz, Mr. aaa Mrs. K. Htile, Mr. and Mr. J. Ams tattiT. Mr. and Mrs. A. ochloss, Mrs. A. Goodman, Mrs Koan, Mrs. Dr. Schught, Miss Josephine Goodman, Miss Deborah Weinberger, Miss r"u l.ne K ho, Mies Alice Uiiman, Miss Cotbude Uliman, Miss Haitie Schutz, MUs Belli Schu;z, Miss Irma Schutz, MLss Adele Schutz, Miss Rachel Gooc mau, Sjlomon Schutz, A. WeUr, Ed Levy, Ben Levy, Mr. McLean, F Keisgy, M. Cahsuer, J. Kleijman. J. A eioberifer, A Kraauer, Max Klein, Sam Blumen .hai, F. Breusunwi:;, Her man Strauss, Emil S.rauss, D. Koblen, Sidney Ullman, iN. bjiomoa, u. A. Mealier, Jake Kauffaian, Adolph J. Schutz, Cbailes Scnutz. A New Hotel. A representative of the Harvey Eat ing House system says that cumra.ts have already been coucluded witQ tne various railroads runuiog into U Pao by which a magniticent no'.el i-) to be built for Frel Harvey. It is under fctood that work on toe tew institut.on would be begun in the near future. The report has received do later con firmation, especially in this city, and it may ba that the report is too good to be true. Choice Residence Lots. The cheapest and more choice resi dence lots in El Paso are in Franklin Height's addition. Prices $100 to $200 per lot on tasy terms. Cal on A. P. Colks, Agent. To Care a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. All druggists refund the money If it falls to cure. The ReadiDg. The author's reading given lastnieht at Chopin hall, by Miss Will Allen Drotngoole, for the benefit of the pub lic library, was attended by a very large-and appreciative audience. Miss Dromgoole read a fe of her composi tions, a 1 of which were of southern cna acters, and in negro dialect. Miss Dromgoole was introduced to the and enc.s, by Consul Kindrick, who in a few chosen words complimented her on her past great literary work. The different dialects, and cast of characters, taken by Miss Dromzoole iia imitating the southern people, were I very hue. I The intermissions were taken up ' with selections by the Ladies Quartet; e I composed 01 vlisses Snel-on, Ullmana, j Jones and Trumble, and with several 1 : - - .1 i 1 t 1 iff! .Tii uiuMciat auu vucai sutua uy a Ira uii- mann. Merr fuzer, and Miss b lorence Beall. But the grand su.;cess of the evening is partial lv au ; m.ss Aloor tne accom panist of the vocal selections, who per formed ber part most successfully. A Correction In Quoting Consul Mallen this morn ing me Times ommittsd a part of that Kentlemaa's remarks wnich might causj him to be misunderstood. It quotes: "Mexico is only folio wine in the footsteps of the United Siatao and her citizens are trying to learn with all tbeir nearts from you people the means of civilization and glory." And should have added "in her im provements such as her railroads, her electric plants, her manufactures, etc." His comparison of the great men of botb countries should bave read, "You have produced the greatest men in the world. You have bad a Washington, but we have LaJ a Hidalgo; you have had a Lincoln, but we nave had a Ju&rt-z. You bave a McKinley, but we have a Diaz." Mr. Matlen's remarks will appear more fu ly in our Saturday's supplement. Window 206. glass at Tuttles Phone Wall paper four cents single roll Tuttle Paint and Glass Co. S. L. Hughes, saddles and harness, 209 E. Overland St. Phone 260. Mrs Hammett 1 ill errct a $2000 building on South C regon street. Billy Thompson a Smith's creamery at night makes a ' e oyster stew For plumbing ttpa gas fitting at reasonable rates golto 310 El Paso St. Up to twelve o'clock W. D. Howe had register 1767 vo'ers. wards, 1 2 3 4 Totals. White 179. .398. .484. .145 1226 Mexican ..138.. 249.. 25.. 57 449 Colored... 29.. 38.. 14.. 11 92 Grand total 1767 Sacramento mountain farmers should remember tht bi.'ore anotber crop is matured there will be a rail road in operation to Li Luz, that there will ba an army of laborers em ployed iu tae mountains getting out ties ajd lumber, and a large force of men will be at wo-k on other eater prises, besides a large number of tourists, health seekers and home seekers who will all be buyers of farm products and it will not only be a good mai ket but a cah marker. Farmers cannot plant too p.entiful of potatoes, cabbage, celrey and other vegetables such as do well here. There can be no overproduction of such. Chief. Typewriter paper at the Hkbj UD of- The best Mexioai are made by the Ell Oo. Trein Master C. tral, removes to the month. and Havana cigars f aso Cigar Mfe. Coxe of the Cen- lihu.hua early in deek carload of Mexico today, en teg V pmmm pi m Big Cut In ::::WATCHES. Mail Orders Given SpecHI Attention. E. Howard rrovement, solid 14-karat gold cvse, unually sells for SI 10, our prti CreseentStr'etmov , 17 Jewel. af1)ited 26 jr. Bos go.d tilled case, was 65. no B. W Raym-in mov IT )ewel.-clj,. in 25 yr gold filled case, sells Tor W 0.1, i.ow P. 8. Barle't mo. 17 jwwels ailj , in fS y, told Ailed CHse.sulls for $i our price O. M. Wheeler movement in 30 yr. boss C 1ft tf c-se, sold for K10. our price now . $ IV. UU 15-Jewel Hamrn-o mov , "90 yr void fllled case, sold for Stt, ou price now 15-.lwel Walcham mov , ln'lR yr, gold ( f i Cfi tilled esse, sold fort35; ourprlce 4 14.3U $60.00 $30.00 $26.00 $20.00 $18.50 10 yr. 11-Jewe1 Waltham or Flaln mnv., in case, sola lor s'Ai; our price now.HW. 7 Jewel Elgin o- Wlham mov. In solid silver cases, sold for 518. 50; our price Walthnm -r Elln mov. in stow nickel cses, old for$i:j; our price now Fu'l jewel El-rln mov. 91IM 14-krat go d case. xtr heavy, wa $'.16: now Applet o" & Tracy, 17 jswrtl mov. in 14-karat solid gold ctse waa Sill'; nftw W tham or i'.'gla mov. In Ladles' solid 14 karat go'd ce, was ?4H; now 20-year osses, Wsl'ham or Eliri- tnov., X.adlo-1' s:ie, was 836; our prii e now... $11.00 $ 9.00 $ 6.00 $46.50 $58.50 $22.50 $16.00 Fourteen double! sheep arrived front route to Kansas. ; Today is a othei "horrible day. and people are keeping; off the streets as much as possible. ( i Dr. M. Ramser pjractlce limited to diseases of eye, ear, (nose and throat. Morehouse buildinjf. Tomorrow is th tration Do-'t fail wise you cannot vol On account of th trv, thij afternoon Orleans is four he J Buy your coal Co ," the ase- tstJ from the Cerrilloi,'1 Have your gas reDa'red and clean reasonable prices Vapor and met wr .L n nn noriia wi cguu ,c(. relieved at once:,pi Mrs. P. B. Mclec auite a seriouB il'- fined her to hei'u nut. OUl r " . si L QirwjeD cars v1(?j rautos company i, Mad re tnis mora ern markets. ' The White Oak-.0' its chBrtercorrec,, In 30,000 shares aiel ast day for regis- register; other Ivreck near Lang- irain lrom New late. am "O'Brien Coal direct shippers ines. Phone 8. Id gasoline stoves by an expert at 110 El Paso St. ed baths at 416 et. Tta'mRtlani e in all forms. B recovering from which has cod for some days bk-for-the"t3or- np the Sierra bn route to eaat- in OU,ovu Bunrcs ''seX figure is real'y 308 1 1 If you don't riui'tlter today or to morrow you canncea Ipte in the coming city election. ToeUrow is the last day in wh eh to reeJer- Word has been ved from O. T. D'x at the Santa -Josa hospital in San Antonio where le is improving. lelping him. The lower altitude Payne-Badger Q Alester, Cerrillos oord and stove wool Chihuahua streets. Kansas City tends upare rib, lye meat and Kansas Cj At the New MarkeJ St. il as amendment to a mistake where - rated, when the For anything tins go to J. C Paeo street. The; tion. Prices reas and 183. A desirable fo brick cottage on Bale. For furtner D. McCartLey, reai and rental agent. rape The McGiniy b company, Mc antbraoite coal, ard Second and ilephoae No. 11. ics.sweet breads. piny, barbacued trimmed loins. io . . . t uvo sua Antonio the unlertakine nss & uo., 401 Hit baraDtee satisfac Ible-Phooes 211 ier 1 SL,m nrtA KbK "rtle avenue for rnrticulars see D. w state, insurance on. i n&sr A negro giv.nu tf vpnt name of Henry rrim is Deio neaiujfjDls afternoon be fore Justice McKit) thjj cnarge of sneak ing into tne a par) t.h,ats of a voune Mexican woman wi;je Jintent to commit s rf r8 meets tonicrht for regular pa-jtice, rreJ will take up bran new music, inclil-. 4, 3ome of Hall's new marc at s wI?idJ. ,ro gltid to be equal to any ihinr efoua he written Hall is the band! liter of Hall's bri gade band of J3os iser Engine 8oo, i'n. .Al Mast at the throttle, took outf8h,J G. H today. Al did wish he coi n hlkeeD that en&rine, aoVvs call"a coraer." aet!J an hour, at.d is ' m a ahaoa ad ini t. '"tag now raady to re- re3ir rebate on tne 'es jerest of the water tt were never sold toil from 1893 to 1895 hotioir fund, and the on lad is 911,000. " I f . i . u engine is iu vue a sprained valve uli bd straightened for she is what th 855 can run put up in about i locomotive ever! City Clerk Ca fund to tax payd sinking fund an woiks bonds w Taxes were collJ for interest and amount to be re: The White OsL i 1 ... i .j 11 stm. The btet. at the G. H. sb of yesterday so tbat last mgbt she had been oi month. Goods sent C. O. D fo- Inspection. All Watches quoted a' ove are or the Litest Destined Oaes and up-to-date irove- .., aim an uiduo ur uixu u mci urvrs oi niir o anu weii-xnown reDutntlon. and niiiu.rinwun 'O ue 1 YOIJR MONEY BA.OK are mar mte"d o be represented. Our motto: "Y 'lIR llONeVN Wiirth no it u wnvirv mni: " - w ' No trouble to answer questions. "No trouble to show good,..- SILBERBFRG BROS., Jewelers. 125 El Paso St., El Paso, 1 ex Mineral W rheumatism, ne ai : sTifii'uff'ti'ffnn.Siis HATS. AT THE Golden Eagle The eand storm bred ber with dirt looked as though rn the road for a water will cure u, ncvrtltria. sick ana ner vous headache liver and kidney dis eases, indiifegtion and dyspepsia in every instate. Try it and be con vinced. For ;aie in any quantity at A. W. Spencer's, I)epot 203 Sao Antonio St. The whooping gale of yesterday was the eqi,inoctial gale, and indicated that (he sun tad crossed the equator, and the dv and niirbt were of equal lengths. The days now will be longer than the nights until the sun crosees the equator in the fall on its southward marcb. The fity was developed in great clouds of sand all day. Men Ar-e judged by what they do. So is Hooj's Stirsisparilla, and its great cures bavp given it a Kood name every whe -e. is the One True Blood Puri fier and (ireat Nerve Tonic. Hood's Pills are tasy to take, easy to operate. Cure indigestion, biliousness. 25c. . Matte; I bave beo sottled FaMsFac torily w' 1 the Cotton heirs for the le vee riiJi of way, and it is bMievpd that thrVbite 0ks people will waive their r-fjuast for the city to close up the right of way to Stanton street, so 'hat one. street opening can be main tained. The railroad company desired to cl "'Be ijp the right of way so a to keep pfjfie from crossing their prop erty anilunning the risk of suits for damage!. The bin fighters in the City of Mex ico havbeen fined $100 for giving such a d r fight. The espaia "Ml la'to" hVivjn addition been fined $10 for tryl'o kill a bull which had been lassoed- 'j he veterinary surpeon was fined $5 for raisrprpsentatioo. And the man in the andierce whii tore off a board snd threw it in the ring in a spasm of disguft at the poor show, has been sen to iil for fifteen days for damage one to the bull ring, j - ?SW M ' t Ir J . (&T L I 1 X. J. Taylor has gone to Pueblo. A. J. Tulock and wife left for Kansas City today. C. Atterman arrived this morning from Dallas. B. F. Hammett returned this morn ing from Barstow. . J. H. Riley a prominent Colorado Springs man Is in town. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson returned this afternoon from a Phoenix trip. Dr. Oscar Wilkinson contemplates leaving for Europe, on Sunday. W. G Curtis left for the west in bis private car San Francisco, this morn ing. Mrs. J. Maxwell of Dallas passed tbrouuh here today, en route to Cal norma. H. P. Petersen and wife lelt today lor Santa Kogaiia, Mex., to be gon saveral months. General Manager Krutschnitt of the Southern Pacific passed through today in his private car en route to New Or leans on business. Mr. Stillman.of the law firm of Still man and Hubb.rd of New York, left this morning for the west, in his private car, San Carlos. Col. "Dick" Hudson, of Deminc came over to El Paso Sunday to look after on fences for ae.pat? cnii---cor. Dick is a life-long, earces rep'iblw-an a'-d bss hacking from his territory tbat should give bim a strong pres- tge. Lt.-Col. Henry W. Lawton of the inspector general's department a- d wife, and Expert Accountant Kent f:f the war department arrived from Los Angeles thi afternoon, aad wi'l be tt Fort tills ior lour days. tJol. find Mrs. Liwton wiil visit with Col Van Valzah'a family, and Mr. Keat wUb Adjutant Evans. Georce Green, of Djl!a, is in the city, accompanied by bis wife. George is a nv( ly sonne-r aud will oo doubt meet with the Ei Paso Shrin- rs as he is to be h. re several days, in the late Texas compromise in Washington Mr. Green was booked for marsh il of the northern district of Texas, but will not be appointed until October next. Engineer J. B. Hawley of Fort Worth who drew the waier works plans for this city, and came near not getting his cash for the same, arrived from Sonora today, and continued eastward on the T & P. He has been engaged success fully in pla.-er milling, aad says there is a very irood out loon la tnat country. Mr. Hawley leirned while at Nogales tbat Messrs. Stanton and Giroux of this city were netting $6000 or $7000 per month from tbeir mm:ng proper ties near Nogales. Republican League Clubs Meeting. Minneapolis, Miu ., -Ua.ca 22. Mot e tbau 1,000 delegate, represent ing 200 roi.ub.ican orgauizations of Minnesota wtro a6embl-d in Hsr j.o- nia hotel this morning at the opening of the convention of tae stite league of republicaa clubs. Fred W. Wright, of St. 'aul. called the gathering t ordr and Mayor Pratt welcomed the ade eates. Unusual intvrts-. att c". es to the convention as it is in the nature of an ante campaign demonstration and is r.kely to have aa important b armg oa tee aspirations of the different mei wbo-e names are now mentioned in connection with the eubernatorial nom ination. State issues will ba fully con sidered by tie ' coo vent. oa and plans for tbe com'nfir campaign mapped out. Tonight there will be a mass meeting at the exposition at which ad dresses will be delivered by prominent republican leaders from tnis and otber states. 1 be session will be continued tomorrow and the convention will con elude with a banquet in the evening. A. O. U. W. ST. Paul, Minn., March 22 The Minnesota grand lodge of lha A. O. U W. convent d today. The annual re port shows an increase in membership for the year of nearly 1.000, making a total membership of 20,000 in Minne sota. Among the most important mat ters to be considered by tbe meeting U the proposition to refuse payment of claims arising from death by suicide This subject was di- cussed by th- supreme lode at its last session and referred to tbe state organizations for consideration before hnal action. Wehave Just received a new line of Scotch L.wns, Queen and Bier ins Percales. 3d 'nches, Medina On?an-11. B-iu5'e Mtrlo i-, i'-icl r. Madras, W!ndso'tar Satins, Satin and "r -neb Dim'f. , To'le Du Nord Zephyrs, also Spring C ot"lng. Hats, rflaoes. Underwear and Neckwear for Ladles, Gents and Children, suiting tbe season. MAX SCHUTZ'S f Department Store, t 9 nn r nvFRi AMR QTRFFT I I VS L.I UHLIIbnilU UIIILbll Agent for the Reliable Tailoring Establishment HO OIIILLIi A shment f BOSS & CO., of Chicago. T Myar Opera House RIQSBY & WALKER Lsssaes H. Q. MITOHELI Manager r. W Foina flloaanit In tha Hlntrlnl court against Mrs lo a Urover, wido of the late B. W. Grover, for the pos session of real estate near Yslet T?.tiR . .ninnn fnf A5iOOO o m . . . . 1.11 i 1 3 . r i or iu Killing oi tier iiusudeu at item ing about tbe firet of tbe month. Bath Tub enamels Tuf.le Paint and G ass Co. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. Qold Medal, Midwinter Fair. CREAM 1AEWE A Psr 3rne Cstm of Ttftar Powctf, ALL THIS WEEK. Edna Paige, AND CHAS. HARRISON. TONIGHT: PAUL DEVANT. Supported by their own company of 12 people S noing and Dancing speeiai ties.and Calcium light effects. Edison's vittf scope, presenting- life-?ize animated pictures of a Spanish bull fight, and Corbett and Fitzs'mmons Carson City prizefieht. Popular prices. Reserved seats at usual place. Prices 10, 20, 25 and 30ceDts. TRUST US MtUii? lth your Prescriptions and be sare of having tbem carefully and accurately compounded at any hour of the g DAY OR NIGHT. Our line of Drues is NEW and (4 FRF.SU, and comprise everything V kept in a modern "Druggery. (4 Nothing but the VERY HTot Goo is find 8pace7u"Turlore, W and we take special care to see f that the prices are just right. li A MmnlfltA HnA nf T.ndiz-erfi. Jnnrnftl.. M Cash Books, Day Books, Memo- A randums. Diaries, and Writing J Papers. (4 BOOK AD DRUGSTORE 220 8AN ANTONIO 8T. Republican Convention. I, chairman of the city executive com mittee, hereby call a convention at tre district court Torm in this city, at 8 o'clock p, m , March 26, 1898, for tbe purpose of Domioauor candidates for the municipal election ti be held on Tuesday, April 12, 1898, as follow: One assessor aud collector, one treas urer, one recorder, one engineer, and one alderman for each ward, in tbe city of El Paso, Texas. Hais of representation: Une vote for each ward and one vote f r each twenty-five votes cast for John O'Keefe f;r ma or. WARDS. VOTERS. DELEGATES. First 158 7 Second 255 11 Third 161 7 Fourth 87 4 The ward committeemen are request ed to call primaries in iheir resptctive wards, in accordance with the above, at such time and place as they may deem best. C. M. Murray, Chairman. FIRST WARD BEPCBLICAN PRIMARY. In accorc ance with the call of Chair- Murray I hereby erive notice, tbat a primary meeting will be held in the vacant tetore loom in the Mundy build ing on El Paso Sc., Thursday evening, March 24, at eight o'clock: p. m.,for the election of seven delegates to tbe city republican convention to be held March 26. J. A. bMITH, Chairman 1st ward. QUR GOODS.... Are tbe Latest, Freshest and most Up-to-Date.... Our Assortment the largest; likewlce the best kept stock in the city Arrangements for display and inspection thi very best, while . . . ; . OUR PRICES Are always right. We ex tend an invitation to all , to inspect our bargain stocked Furniture Store. HOYT & BUSS 816 EL. PASO ST. n rrifn On terms to suit all 8 Ul 1liaOGI O. y Piano Tubing, Polishing and Repairing;. M W. G. DUNN 3SO Sam Antonio St. 1898. 1898. ARIAL2:23 17.S45, - (Property of W W. Davis.) Will stand at FAIR GROUNDS. El. Paso. Son of Wildnut 2:16, and Mna (by rie-lmont .",H) Arial is a bay,16X hand? biirh.of great enduranc and speeJ, and one of the grand est horses of his aay Arial will bn permitted to serve a limited Domier of m ires this sea son. Dual return privileges or money refunded. TERMS: 25 cash before removal of mare Saddle and buggy horses for sale. Runners and trotter, trained. Horses c lpped S3. 00. ffSSe W. W. DAVIS, El Paso, Texas. ATTENTION REPUBLICANS 2ND WARD. Thtre will be a primary cnuveu ion atthecouoty court room Thmsday, Marcb Zi, at o o clock p m.f for tbe purpose of n loiinatinc eleven delegates to tbe city municipal conveniion to be held March 26, 1898. FRANK CVANS, 2nd ward Cnai: man. THIRD WARD REPUBLICAN PRIMARY . In accordance with the call of the city chairman I heieby call a meeting of rne primary of the third ward for Thursday evetung at o p. m. at tee vacant room oi Sheldon building front ing on Oregon St. for the election of seven delegates to the city republican convention of March 26 and for such other business as may come up. S. H. UUCHANAN, Cnairmac. The Mods' Wding! ' VSV T RKS THC HUKN fn One of the latest structures of B. Krause. Archlict, Phe best build ings In tbe city, boih public and pri vate, are of my designs. Set com petition and save money. Come and see me If you tolnk of bulletin-, E. KRAUSE. Boom 55 Sheldon Block. EL. PASO, .... TEXAS. PORFIRIO DIAZ Grand Dining Parlors. Only First-class Restaurant in Juarez. HEALS, 75c, Mx. Money. Cor. Juarez & Main Streets, Juarez, Mexico. LUM CHOW, Propr. BYRON H. IVES, t FLORIST, 8 1(4 Albuquerque, N M. jV Our'98 r-atalo(tu?, w.th elegant col- 9 Ci St? lUte-everything tew and L I V desirable in plants, bulbs, Stc, Ate. 9 ft nowreudy. Write for a copy. g FOURTH WARD REPUBLICAN PRIMARY. In accordance with the call of the i ' city chairmau I Lereby call a meeting j of the primary of the fourth ward for inursaay evening, at o p. m., at tne i Mills building ou Oregon St., for the election of four delegates to the city ' n 1 j n i" j i r. republican convention of March 26, BUS&V DUO, OfCV'dSN VlCtOriftS Ofi Colflll as may be I " hi I and tor such otber business pertinent. H. B Stevens, (Jbairman. Jnst received at the CnxlosttT Store mt w.e WAizro. o Opp. Cnstom Ronse V. Jnaru, Mix. Consult free Dr. Re gister about the New Freudenthal Block. Buckles' Arnica Salve The best naive in the world for cuts bruiees, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever ; acres, teter, chapped hands, chil-; blains, corns, and all skin eruption. ana positively cures plies, or no pay re quired. It. is guaranteed to give peJ, PiirQftr feet satisfaction or money refunded vuii&umDllOn. Price 25 cents per box. For eale by Rmnrhitie Jb ro -.U w. A. Irvin A Co.. wholesale and re- waianiii tail agents. For Over Klfty Years. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing SvruD has been used for children teethinc It soothes the ohild, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is he remedy best for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Mrs. B. E. Bal!, of the Palais Roval. 318 San Antonio St., will bave her opening of spring millinery onijTues day, Wednesday and Thursday, City Taxes Due. City taxes are nw due and will be come delinquent on April 1st. Call at once ar d s -ttl and - avoid tbe ten per cent penalty adiied on dlirquency. J H. Smith, City Assessor and Collector. New City Directory For sale at Palace dru-g fEc-re SLtt Irvin's drug store.