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THE DAILY HERALD
FRIDAY, AHRIL 22, 1898. "IIBLI8HKD EVEBY IVKWIMQ KiceptHnnaay Catered at the poatofflce at El Paso. Tmm, a mall matter of the aeoond claaa. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. dally, one year...-.-.-. JT dally, alz no -mi th. 1 60 Dally, tare month 1 T Dlly one month M Weekly one yr . 9 00 Vaekly tlx month 1 00 47aekly three montha "0 At OARRIfcM. The Daut la delivered by carrier a El raeo. Tezaa. and J a area, Mexico, at U nU per week, or 80 centa per month. ubacrlbere falling U get Tub Hibald ni hUrlror promptly ah- aid notify Thm Hbh tj bualneea office (not the carrier) In order o receive Immediate attention. Telephone tto.ll. ADVERTISING RATES. Katea of advertising in the Dally or Weekly dltloa made known on application at the publication office. Or ring u p telephone nnm oer 116. and a representative of the bualneea A apartment wtu call and quote prloee and Contract for apace. Locale 10 centa per line la every Instance tar Brat Insertion, and toenta per line for each additional lnaertlon. Legal notlcea of every deacrlption II per eh each Insertion. BOOK AND JOB FRINTINO. TT HamAut ia folly prepared to de all Kinds of plain and fancy job printing la all the latest styles. Work perfectly tad promptly done. THC WCATMSR OairmD fiiTM WBAinaa Boamarj I Vx Paso.Teaaa, April 23. 1808. Local Time S.Ks.m. I Saronaeeer. 30.0A thermometer 52 Uireotioa of wind ,., ..N. W. Velocity of wind per hour.... .08 Weatfaar ....! Clear lain M koarsdnchaeand hundredths) 0 HUheat temperature last St hoora 8S ooveat temneratare last M hour M Sagasta says that "Spain will never jleld." If she don't yield, what Is this oountry going to do; keep on fighting forever? . Travel to tb Klondike is failing off. The trouble appears to be that there isn't anything up there to live for except gold. A certain barber on hearing the war news yesterday said: "Spain he no fightee long; no gottee de dud. No go.tee mun, no makee de fight." The plank sidewalks of El Paso are in about the mi condition as those constructed of tar and gravel. The nails in the center are about all that hold them down." Two years from this time Mr. Fas sett can write a book which might have for a title, "Ten years as city treasur er, or What I know about handling public money." One of the , teribre things now threatening us on account of the war, is an Increased tax on beer. This will not increase the cost of a glass of beer, as the shrinkage may be quite preceptible in the tiz of the glass. During the last seven weeks this country has been importing gold at the rate of nearly 91,250,000 a day. That is reassuring, but nevertheless the business of the oountry is becoming stagnant over the war excitement. THE generosity of the city fathers, when disbursing public money, is al most beyond belief. Last night tbey made treasurer Fassett a present of $1,200 if he would kindly consent to let the amount apply on the $25,00.84 that he owes the city. President McKinley does not be lieve there are 5,000 armed insurgents on the Island of Cuba. If such is-the case it will be this country's pleasing duty to largely inorease the armed force by pro viding arms, ammunition, and equip ments with liberal rations to make the thing more binding. However much the Spanish gov eminent might be moaned to avoid a war with this country, the temper of the masses in that country would ef fectually prevent them from so doing. The life of an American is not safe in Spain, even when under the proteo tion of that government. If General Fitzhugh Le accepts the offer of Col. Geo W. Baylor to serve on bis staff during the Spanish war, he will , Lava one of the most capable, brave and intelligent officers to be found in this part of the country. As aa Icdian fighter, confederate soldier. or Texas ranger, he has never failed to do his duty. The news has reached us that Spain will blow up uavana, leaving not a grease pot of that famous city to mark the pot, ratber than to surrender it to the foe. Spaniards are all valiant men, and we already know something of their ability to blow, with both tongue and dynamite. New York farmers who complain of a reduction in the value of their lands since the adoption of the low trariff law have reason to be gratified with the developments of the depart ment of agriculture, with reference to beet sugar. The recent report of Sec retary Wilson upon that subject shows that bsecs produced in New York state averaged a higher percentage of sugar than those of any other state. The re port is very gratifying, both as to the increase in beet sugar production last year, the interest manifested by the farmers of the country in all sections, and the prospect that, at least, eighteen factories will be eoeazed this year in the manufacture of best sugar, with a probability that its pro duction of 1898 will be double that of J 897. MISS SARAH ZLABOVSKY, Winner of the Prize Awarded to the Best Scholar irv.Texas History. Spain's Treatmeut of Columbus. Some of the Spanish papers in the controversies of the past fjw weeks have cause! Americans of iograt'tude twarda the lnd bicb send Chris rph?r Columbu on his voyaee or dis covery. While Spio or rattier y ieeo Isabella, !so T'ed to tb- credit of tbat crest na.viirst' rs ahievimet t. the former has no special reason f jr pride in reotliiie her t eatmeot of him. Columbus hiirself was no' a Spaniard, and i-. was only after years of weary waiting that he secured the authority and aid to make his first voy age. After the first exe'tement of his discovery wore off Columbus experienc ed all the flokleness, ingratitude and treachery of th Spanish character. From one of his voyage he was sent borne in iron. After Queen Isabella's death the king, Ferdinand, who never was friendly to the one man who had made his reign famous, treated him with shameful neglect, and Columbu a, who bad added a new world to the posses sions of .Spain, died ia proverty and disgrace. It was characteristic of bis adopted p op!e and of the ingrate king that a pompous -Juneral was accorded to the remains of the mm who, while living, had been turned out like an abused and abandoned hrr.se, to die in penury and Degleot. The dual of Christopher Columbus now reposes in the cathedral of Havana. Should Spain be driven from Cuba it is to be hoped that in abandoning the last of her possessions she will leave on the soil of the new world discovered by him the rem aid a of the great explorer of whose achievements and g'ory she proved nerseir unworthy. Two lie publics The Journal Scored. The Bait more Newp, a dmo r-tio newspaper, has th's to say of tre New York Jourcal: "What are the feel ncs of dt cent readers when tbey see this paper de voting its whole first page to the bare faced charge, made without a scintilla of evidenc, that the president has 'deliberately triced congress and the country in the interest of stock job bing friends? What do they think of 'an American paper for the American people' heaping upon the American president the foulest abuse, tbe basis of which does not pretend to be any thing but tbe Journal's alleged knowl edge of diplomatic proceedings, to which the Journal cannot possibly have access? 'There has always been, the Journal declares, 'a secret understanding with Spain that in dependence of Cuba was not iovolved in the controversy." ' And tbe explanation of tbe president's- course- is that th-j protracted uncertainty has given an opportunity to "tbe men who use him as a pupt" to make fortunes by "operating every day in the Wall street market." And this atrocious and Infamous charge tbat tbe chief magistrate of this cou - try ia playin? with the great issues of peace and war in order to give his friends a chance to make money is made, as we have said, without a par ticle of evidence tj support it. Is it not time that every one should spurn ucb a disgraceful sheet as an Ameri can, if he has not long agodor.e, to sim ply as a self respecting and civilized human being? A Prosperous Island. In striking contrast with the condi tion of Cuba under Spaalsh rule is tbat or Jamaica, an island enjoying a similar climate and location. An in teresting address was recentlv deliv ered in London by Sir Henry A.Blake, who has been governor of Jamaica for nine years. Jamaica, he said, with its 4,000 square miles, possessed 5,480 miles of roads; all the great rivers had been bridged; It had 158 mi'es of rait way, ' forty-one mi'e-t of irriga'ion canals, 585 miles of telegraph and nearly eight hundred miles of tele phone. It had weekly tem commu nication around the island and with the United States, and altogether it was equipped with all th-) easen'ils of progress. At present tbe area under cultivation of the etaole crops was 30,000 acres in sugar, 1U.000 in banana 25,000 in coffee, 11,000 In cocoanuts and 17,00010 cocoa. Tbe value of tbe crop last year was 360,000 from susrar. 316,000 from bananas and 169,000 from orange. Two Rennhlina Without Fear or Favor. Collector of customs Bidwell of New York has received instructions from Assistant Secretary of State Dav to detain Robert Goelet's steam yaeb.-, JNanma, upon Its arrival and summon its owner to s'iow cause whv he thou'd not be fined $1,000 and imprisoned for six months. Tbe 8' ate departm a charges Mr. Goelet with having aban doned five of h's sailors on March H. last in Barbdoes, leaving teem with out money or meaos of returning home. lerra atjulre Line Co tbe Taqnl Gold Fields Take the R. G.. S. M. & P. Ry for Casas Grandes, San Buena bentura, and the Yaqui gold fields Trains leave Ciudad Juarez Monday?, Wednesdavs 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. Logan, Gen'l Traffic Agent. Watchin? for the Enemy. The big observation balloon from Fort Logan, Crlorado, wi'l have its first trial it N-w York this week L:e'i. Joseph Maxfifld hss h en d-' tailed by the a;ithoritts at Washing ton hs a-si-t n-. t t apt A:l'i', atd he will tska nctivs t-harte of 'he al Iood, Se geaot Ivy Baldwin, tie prac tical ball'jon's, wt o came on from Fort Logan, aMnjr cavigr4tiDg of ficer. To send up an sirdbp of this tize fortv feet in diameter t,ak s time. I's scaffolding must first be t-rectel an1 tested; then there is 14, COO cubic fet of gas to be generated to fill it. It Is not intended to wander abroad ia tbe upper air but is to be kept anchored and its maximum ascension will be about 1,800 feet. This is supposed to give a visual range of 150 mi lea. it would not be l'kely t? be n,'t'c?d by an enemy until he wis within a few niilp, for it forms a very em ill speck on the sky line when steo at any considerable distance, and even quite close at band the enemy could hardly interfere wi'.h if, asimodern a-roament is not built with a view to aer al gunnery The balloon is connected with ground by te'ephone Itis supplied with search lights and special observation glass of great power. Should a Spanish fl.et appeir any where off this part of the coast, the first discovery would probably be fom tbe ball oa. Ctpt. Allen sail renter day that be thought it would be a week before the balloon would be ready for its trial What -They Beli-ve. A traveller from Hivmt says, the Spaoiards in Cuba believe that the armistice was brought ab ut by the United States, and tbat it means the end of all troubli between the'two cou; tries. "Trev tr, however, preparing for war, at d m'ningr all the large harbors of the island. Two 1-rgi Ojaoz tes have just been completed in Morro Cas'le, and the Spanish officials have a list of a.'l Spaniards and Cubans be tween the ayes of eeven'een and fo-ty-five years u ho c :n be celltd upan for military service. The Spanish troops believe that victory ever the Amer icans is absoiutely certain. General Lee is abused a-d reviled by all Spaniards. Tee insurgents are get ting a trooper eveoy day, and will not give in to Spain." This man also added that tbe Spa niards were -so confident of victory tbat tbe Spanish planfr3 were even now preparing claims against the Un ited States, which were to be filled aod collected after Spain hal defeated ttis country. Ibe bpaniards fear no trouble in obtainin? supplies, as thev say that Key West is ouly a short dis tance away, and that tbey will go there and take what they nred. '-jij Will Catch it When Caught. An extraordinary feature of th i de parture of the 20th infantry, was the desertion or ZS mei. They left in sin gles and doubles during the night. It seems that all tbe roldiera knew what was going on and fiat the deserters tried to get many others to go with them. Some of the deserters told their comrades tbat they would all die of yellow fever and other di-eases com mon to Cuban climate if thev went. while others asserted t' at tbe govern ment bad not avenged the sailors of the Maine and that tbey were tired of serving such a government A de scrlption of each deterter has Iwn furnished to the police, and aa ex'ra effort is be ins made to apprehend the men. Aa example will be made of them. It is considered thit the men desert ed practically in the faca of the enemy and the consequences will he serious. The Battleships for Russia A dispatch to the New York Trib une from Washington eaye: The Russian government has D'ac d orders for two 12,000-ton battleships in tbe United States, according to infor mation! wh'.ch has reached the navy department. Tbe new vessels are to i qmtl any afloat, or designed in the win Id, aod are to be superior to any thing in the fighting lire heretofore iroducedia this country. Tbey, and a'l their iquipm n'.will be American in manufacture as well as material Tha Cramps will bui d the balls and machinery, a d Bethlehem Iren ci m pany the ar'aor ai d tuns. Tae Cram i s are turrying the batt'e ebip Alab toDU fo- early launching to open the ways of their'vard for laying down the keels of ths Russian ships. Tbe Sjutherj Pacitiii is doiip an unparalleled business. It has had to add 100 m-n to its force at Tucson alone, and the earns proportioa has been fHo ved at almost evory point on the li e Oa many of the freight train t e crews have had to use box cars f r cabooses, as the supply of the latter is not equal to the increased traffic. Good etTn at Smitl.'s Creamey. Restore full, regular action of the bowels, do not irri tate or inflame, but leave all tho delicate digestive or ganism iu perfect condition. Try them. 2.1 rents. Frepared oulj by C. 1. Hood & C., lwelU Mas. Mood's DR. W. R. REGISTER, Chief Coosultirg Physfcian to the New Cure Medical and Surgical Institute of Hot Springs, Ark., has permacently located in faso on uxuiiuu of climatic advantages In offering hia profess-ivnal services to the pub'sc.he lavsiclnicn to two medical diplomas, go d medals f'r excsllency in medical studies, two ye-rs' experience and asanciat on with eminent specialists in. Philadelphia and New York cities. J Also, live yers association ou ojm ience with leading specialists at Hot Springs, Ark. He is discoverer and perfector of New Cure tor Diseases of Women and the orierinatoe of a new System of treatment for Diseases of the fcJ'ood, Tumors, uicers, wnters and Scrofula, and all Inflammatory Conditions of the Eye, Far. Nose and Throat. DR. REGISTER maintains tbat in this advanced age of medical skill and discoveries, every physician who has made important discoveries or is in posses-ion of special skill and advan tages, should make it known through tbe public prints His extensive experience, with the aduan'ageof com hlnnd skill from his associates, guaran tees to sufferers io El Paso and vicinity the very best treatment krown to med ical science All Sufferers from a-y cause should call in person or write and get an honest expert opinion Afflicted women are especially req ueet ed to investigate Dr. Register's new cure for their sex, A home treatment- References to c"res of prominent pe -pie a'l over the southwest msnv in El raso, COJNSUL.1 AXUJJN r iirn. office: FREUDENTHAL BLOCK Upstirs. Co . El Pa-o & Sm Fr'tic'sco St. Opp. Grand Ce- trsl Hotel. Hours: 9 a. m. ta 12 m., 2 to 4. snd 7 to 8 p m. ' SOUTHERN PACIFIC Morgan Line Steamers." Notwithstanding the war scare, the Morgan line of steamers will continue to run between New York and New Orleans, and the Southern Pacific will assume all risks until further notice without expense to shippers. Don't desert us till we give the word, as we make quickest time to and from Atlantic seaboard territory. T. E. HUNT, Commercial Agent. OX THE TRAIL. A Posse Headed by J. D. Milton ia Sent After "Broncho BUI." "Broncho Bill" and bis band of out laws who are supposed to be refpon sioie for tbe at'emptcd hold-up for tbe Atlantic & Pacific tra;n at Grant's sta t on, New Mexico, last week, is at tracing energetic a 'tent 'on from De tcc ivR Thacker, of Wells, Fargo & Co. Mr. Thacker went to G -ronimo with a pose Monday last, carrying men and horses on tbe train. The posse coc sisted of five men headed by J. D. Mil ton of Nogales, who bas been in the de tective service of tbe expre.-s company for sev3ral years. Tbe pose is heaied for Hampton's ranch at which point the train robbers he'd up the cow boys and took tbe best horses on tbe ranch when they were en route to the scene of the attempted robbery. Deputy Sheriff Ben Cla-k, of Clifton, who was here this week, received a dispatch from Detective Thacker Tues dav morning asking htm to no'ify Mil ton's posse if ooss'ble, tbat the bandits bad been trailed from Grant Station to Slaughter's ranch in American Valley Clark seDt word to Geronimo to have a man foliow Milton to Hampson s ranch with this information, provided a mes seoger rou'd be p-o-ured. Graham Bui letir. Give the Tor 8 Salads. Salads are as necessary for children as tbey are for adults, but they mu-t be of a very dolicate nature. Celery dressed with oil and a few drops of lemon juice is very nic, provided tbe celery -is young, white, tender and chopped very fine. If lettuce is used It should be the very tender young pieces, from the center of the head, cut tust as serving time int very fine, sbreda, dreBsed with oil and a few drops oi lemon juice. Mayoonalsa dressing should never be used. Carefully cook ed spinach, chopped very fixe, may be served also with a French drees ng. Endive should be cut into thin strips and dress -d. Outside of the greets menti nel the-e are very few others that are advisbl to give to chil dren. Leaving Key West. There is no diminution -in the rush from Key We&t to the mainland. While time still offers it is taken ad vantage of. The rush today proved this, for it was put into force with in creased hurry ad precipitation. Tiere were two sailing. Last night. the City of Key West and the Marcotte, both .loaded beyond their limit with passenger and oompri-ing the great er portion of tbe population. The most of them will debark at Miami and Tampv To add to the situat'on, a water famine is threatened, tbe ships haviDg difficulty in keeping up their supply of fresh water. No Persuasion Now. New York A special to the Herald from Washing on says: In order to provide a sufficient military force in the west to take the place of the re gular troops which are now on the move to the headquarters of concen tration in tbe south, the president will, it is understood, call upon the gover nors of the states in the depaptment3 of Missouri and Colorado to furnish a quota of their organized miliVa for service against the Indiana. Mili ia from the states in the departments of Dakota and Clumua miy a' so be called for and assigned similar du ties. War Bets. A singuioe Frenchman in this city has just made some bets on the result of the American-Spanish war. One of the bets Is $1,000 against $500 tbat Spain will win tbe first naval battle and the money is put up. The second Del was for a smaller mount. Dut even greater odds were given that Spain would not vacateCuba. Mex. Herald. r Hi Work Hia Reference." ? MlLNE, W The Inimitatle f SIGN WRITER 117 SAN FRANCISCO St. I I Signs 4 i A ..Of Every Description.. Finest Work. Lowest Prices. v i Independent Assay Office, 1 1Ta,hllol.ol 1QUO ' D .RECKHART, E.JM , Prop. Airnt for Ore Shipper.- Ansavs aid Chem ical analvsU Ml ea rxmt-ed and reported upon. Bullion work a spclltp. P.O box 88. Office and Lbortn-v: Cor. rian Francisco and Chihuahua fits. mmmt i EL PaSO, TEXAS WHhoat Any Heavy Waist Belts. A MAIflUlY WaiPl DIUDI. ITTdby" CCIuthal weaaiy. Neat. Detroit. Ii Ich. 1 In Chs. Cluthe'a "Cen- ulne" Truss (pat'd), we leave yon almost entirely free, and hold rapture securely without direct pressure. We will how and explain the Truss and giTe you booklet ran. W. A. IRVIN &, CO., Wholesale & Retail Drofgists and Stationers. R. G , S. M. & P. Ry. Sierra, Ma ire Line TO guaVnopa and tha Yaqui Gold Fields. SEAMON Laboratories Corner Stanton and St Louis Sts. El Paso, Tex. P. 0. Box 97. All kinds of assaying and chemical work. Act as agent for shippers of ore to Smel ters. Correspondence solicited. You Will 8 ive Money! By getting plana for your nw build ings drawn by.. Tt, "R. Thornton RELIABLE ARCHITECT -Room 19 KonkimM Ttlock. VI P un, Tax Rhenmatism Cured. My wife bas used Chamberlain's Pain Balm for rheumatism with great relief, and I can recommend it as a splendid liniment for rheumatism and other household ue for which we have found it valuable W. J Ctjyler, Red Creek, N. Y. Mr. Cuyler is one of the leading mer chants of tbis village and one of tVe most prominent men in tbis vicinity. W. G. Phippin. Editor Red Creek Herald. For fale by all druggists. So. Pac Go. to Kli ndike. Through tickets via San Francisco, Seattle or Portland. Rates of fart?, and freight and general information furnished on application or by mail. T. E. Hunt, Commercial Agt. Pore Hygenla Ice. Made from distilled water. Ask your family physician or druggist as. to purity and bealthfulcess of our ice. Telephone No. 14. tLf ASO ICE & REFRIGERATOR CO. Southern Pacific Company Morgan Line. Offi e of Commercial Agt. 1 El Paso.Texa, v April 5, 1898 ) This company has decided, in case war with Spain is declared, to effect insurance to cover war risk on Moreran line cargoes. This without any expense whatever to our patrons. T. K. HUNT Commercial Agsnt. Holden's Positive I lie Oar. Sufferers use it. Relief will be speedy and cure positive and permanent if dW rectlons are strictly followed. For sale Kelly by & Pollard, druggists. Assay M. AiinSA, WHOLESAI R Grocer and Importer, 113 flVE.iLAND STREET, mmmmmmmmmmmimmmimnnimmmmmmg iampbell Real Estate Co. - Thii company bas butines and residence lots for sale on easy - lerm. Will exchange lots for labor a-d building materials. - Will sell lots on moathly pa; ment. Will exchange lots for 3 - improved property. House- built to suit purchas?rs oi easy - N terms Call at our offl e in the Sheldon block. "ZZZ z B, F. iuuiiuaiaiuimaiiuuiiiuiifiuiuiuiiiitiiiiiauiiiiiuuiiuss: El Paso SADDLERY CO. ..M tnufscturero Saddles, Harness, Wagons, WHOLESALE Winchester and Marl in Rifles . We handle the old reliable Cooi er Wagon. On- ct K k of S and Harness is up-to-date in style, quality ard price. So trouble 10 st.s;w goods. CALL AND BE CONVINCED.... lh( SUNSET C r" ROUTE J : t a t rrnn rm itt OH I 1 rm 11 jaw Grand Lodge of Elks Annual Meeting. NEW ORLEANS, Lt., M Y 10 to 13, 1898 Ore fare for the round t'ip. T'cut-t od sale May 8 snd 9 Go d for return until May 20. United Presbyterian General Assembly, NEW ORLEANS. La., MAY 19 to 31. One fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale May 17. 18 and 19. Good "or return until June 4. For full inforiu:ition c-all on or address W. BEIN. Traffic Manager, Houston Tex. The Most Tirect 5 ina to Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, Denver, St. Paul, Omaha, Boston, New York and Philadelphia, And all Northern and Eastern Points THROUGH TRAINS. FAST TIME. SMOOTH TRACK. Elegant Pullman Palace Sleepers on all through trains. Daily Tourist Sleeping cars to Danver, Kansas City and Chicago. Tourist Sleeping' cars semi weekly to St. Paul and Minneapolis and once each week to St. Louis & Boston. Ail trains not having- dlnlnr car top tor rraal? at the famous Santa Fe Route, Harvey Houses. ? Full information cheerfully furnished ci-t application to J. 8. MORRISSON, F. B.vHOUGHTON, City Ticket Atf6nt. General Agent. Office, Fercro Building, Corner El Paso and San Antonio Streets. THE MAP Mexican Central Ry. By this route you travel COMMODIOUSLY, QUICKLY, CHEAPLY AND SAFELY. Pullman Palace Sleepers are run between El Paso, Mexico, Guadalajara and Tatnpico. For rates and other information, apply to G. A. MULLFR, Commercial Agent, El Pao, Texas. phe Mods' Bnig! 1 TKKS THC HORN Va. One of the latest structures of E. Krause. Architect, The best build ings In the city, both public and pri vate, are of my designs. Set com petition and save money. Come and ee me If yon tolnk of building, E. KRAUSE. Room 65 Sheldon Block EL PASO, TEXAS. Aetna Bicycles. WHOLESALK DEPOT. West Texas, New Vex'co, Chihuahua uil ionor i. Mexico. Axenta wanted. We do Repairing. Ei, paso cycle co , M;::nua ATTORNEY-AT-L W. Special attention givea to vital Es tate and Probate Law. Will practice In all the courts. ROOM 8, MUNDY BLOCK. EL PASO. TEXAS Napoleon J. Roy, The Fashionable Tailor. Sheldon Block - - Opposite PoMice EL PASO, TEXAS. HAMMETT, Manager. 2 a"d Dealers In.. Firearms and Ammunition, AND RETAIL. Colt Pistols. Remington Shot Guns, &c, &c. .400 ND Q2 EL PXSO SI 7 Excursion Rate ' Li- (SCKSET ROUTE.) U J. PARKS. A. G. P. & T. A., Houston, Tex. 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