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N the H. LESINSKY COMPANY, Wholesale Grocers and Jobbers of Dry Goods. ''Washington 209 EL PASO STREET. BEST RESTAURANT IN CITY. ALL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON. R.EJO-trL.A.I. DINNKa 13 TO 3 I3 OPEN DAY AND N'GHT y H1NO & OO PROP WOO MOO Sla, :MTCKR. I. SCHLIKGE R, ESNew York Tailor MAKFli OF Stylish, Perfect Fitting Clothes AT LOWEST Work speaks fo"- itself One trial will convince you. SOMETHING NEW YES; -A.X-.T, aSTETW! At SPRINGER'S. All of our old stock was burnt and must have new poods to take their place. T. JHL BP RINGER Furniture, Orookery and Carpets. Ban Antonio Street. HOUCK & DIETER, IM PORTERS and JOBBERS FINE WINES AND WHISKIES A nirNTTQ tYytJ WILLIAM J- LBap BEBWIJSQ OO.. St. Louis. Mo AVr pAB8x J220 El Paso St. SHCElX-iTOISr Gives the Highest Price FORI HOUSEHOLD GOODS, AND SELLS AT THE LOWEST. Iry Him - - - 116 Oregon Street. rHE STAR LIVERY, ffiD Corner West Overland -THE ONLY MORGUE IN THE CITY. Jine Merchant Tailoring, And Gents' Furnishing Goods. 14 ?t. VA.BO STRT5KT Link Restaurant, SIB El Paso Street. A First-Class Short Order House. Ooen Day and. ISTierht. Emerson & Berrien UNDERTAKERS .324 & 326 El Paso St. Phones 71, 68, & 196 Hearse and Carriages Furnished. J. R. McGIBBON, 309 El Paso Street, Opera House Block. New and Second-hand .Knrnitxire STOVES, ST. CLAIR STEE L RANGES, CROCKERY, LAMPS. GLASSWARE, ETC. Refrigerators Cheap in Order to Close Out. I Railroad Time Tables. 1 0 O S 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 SANTA FE R. K. Arrive. Depart. Southbound. Northbound. Through Pas senger 9 50 a. m. 9 60 a. m. Southbound. Northbound. Mixed Pass. & Freight 7 30 a. m. 7 00 p. m. SOUTHERN PACIFIC. East 1 30 p. m. West 3 35 D. m. G., H. & S. A. West 2 45 p. ni. Kar 1 50 p, m. 0 . fe. . . . . . 2t found bv adoing minutes; r.asw t time 19 IOUnu uy ouuiuE vu i v.-w.v-. .. .. - T by subtracting one hour. The Mexican Central l ave? Juarez at 2:40 S d m.. and arrives at :OU p. ra., Mountain i u;p. j.ro xv. i.. .-. OP 11 K. trains IOHVB O mrra UU 4J.WUU.TD, tuuvouaj o auvt ii.v. - jv. arriving on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. jjj,. O0000OO000OO000000000S Dining Hall. EL PASO, MAS. PRICES. 305 1-2 San Antonio St. tel. TEXAS BREWING CO.. Milwaukee. Wis. EI Paso, Texa s AND SALE STABLES. and Santa Jfe Street. Phone 92. J. CALDWELL, Prop. Caldwell Undertaking Co. 305 S. El Paso Street, The Leading Undertakers Phones 197 and 92. CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT, J. E. NAGLEY. Manager. ET, PASO TEXAS. TEXAS & PACIFIC. West -10 06 a. m. East 2 10 p. m. MEXICAN CENTRAL. (Santa Fa Depot.) North 7 35 p. m. South 1 40 p. m. R. G., S. M. & P. R. R. (Juarez) North 4 10 p m. South 8 10 a. m. SUNSET LIMITED Fast 11 30 a. m. East 12 00 m. West I i-0 i m. Weet 5 00 p m. F.astbound. Wed and Sat. We -hound. Won ann Thur. ' 0 4& - 0 0 ... 0 Mexican tiroo TT P O A 3 jC - n, or u., n. , v. uuu i. , i . P. 0 0 GRANT'S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED. " I tirant. ana tne piirioi,io cihwsm -i- u. ,vhor,? n t.hom at th ... . , -vr v u oi tne aav a uiiiuti one. iu hc ium r J ... . fewer than ball a aozen "jrani, ainnero, 1S.TEW YORK. April 27. Today is tie anmvertary ni uue : v.v. ri. vv i . . f., .t,n,..io rmrd it as Decu event with a banquet at which the speaker are a ways men pfiUof1flPrm: m. . . .7 .1 y nv..ontinn tr the rule. lor amODf mence. xnis eveuma were " tho.fi who have accented invitations to Louisville, Senator Burrows of Michigan, Congressman Hepynrn oi iowa . ' . . . ji c., t--r. xii; tsVuio in Addition aecrcta j tttii i : taA th. infant inn nf rnnnin? over irom 7 . 0 .... . nr. - . . - II and florists is engaged today in decorating the banquet hall of the vyaldorf- ; ,.!Mnt Hr.xol riocoj nf na.t.rint,i de.siQr.. vards Ol S11K n-ig and r.,.r,t.inr. and mvriada of electric bulbs from which red, white, and blue lights will shed a resplendant glow of the SPAIN'S ISLAND COLONIES. Facta About Cuba, the Lost One, and the Two Others She is Losing. (From the Statesman'! Year Book.) CUBA. Cuba is divided into six provinces each with a capral of the same name Its area i 41,055 English square miles The governor general is assisted by a council of admiaistration, nominated bv roya' 1e -re-vnd tha island, is reprs- ented iu lb Spauisii c- rtes by lb senators and 30 deputies. Ten per cent of the area is cultivated, 7 per cent is unreclaimed and 4 per cent is under forests. Tine re a'e large tracts of country still unexplo-ed. The popula tion of the island in ibu- was given as 1.631,01)6, of which 6j per cent was white, the remainder" being negro. A law passed in 1880 abolished slavery absolutely The capital, Havana, bad December. 1SS7 , H)S,2.i innaDiianis, and the other most important towns are Matanz s (1892) 27.000; Santiago de Cuba, 71,307; Cienfuegos (1S92), 27,430: Puerto Principe, 4b,b4l; Molguin, 34,767; Snncti Spiatus, :,bUS; C r denas (18i)2), 23 080. Eduction was made obligatory in leau. xnere are 843 public schools in the island, and Havana has a university. The number of landed estates on tne island in 18J1 waB estimated at 90,960, of the value of 220,000.000 pesos and ren a' of 17,000,000 pesos. The live stock consisted of 5S4.725 horses and mules,2,4S5,766 cattle, .8,494 sheep ana 560,194 pigs. The chief products are sugar and tobacco. The quantity of sugar produced in 1892-93 was 815,884 too; n 1P9J-94, l.uo-i.zi-i-iions; lvv vo, 1.004.264 tons. Of 832.431 tons of sugar exported in 1895, 769,962 tons went to the United Stale, -tne insurrection and incendiarism in the island ruined the prospects of the sugar cultivation in lOiio. i oe export oi uohhjuu in was 214,291 bales; 1893, 227,865 bales. The number of Havana cigars exported in 1892 was 154,931,133: in ibvm, 1895. 146.365.000: in 1894, 134,210,000,in 1896,185,914.000. Cigarett'-s exported in 189a, 48, 10.J.O-10 par-Keia ioriy :i uno toharno and nearlv half the cigars go to the United State s. Mahogany and other timbers are exported, as are also honey, wax and fruits. I he to ai ex norla from Cuba in 1802 amounted to 89,652,514 pesos of which 84.904,685 pa- sob was for vegetable, oh,do pesos iur animal, atd 3,485,924 pesos for mineral nrraluce. The irnuort value was put at 56,265,315 peso?, of which 18 553,307 pe sos was from spain, 10,0,000 petos When death comes to w s. tne aoor or a hivonyr, rupea, pS healthy constitution he finds I iS it closed. He is always A sneakine around look ing for open ings through which he can invade happy homes and leave them forlorn and desolate. H e looks for weak places and broken doors which can be easily battered down. When a man's vigor and energy begin to weaken and be come uncertain, then the door to his vitality grows shaky and there is an opening for the grim visitor to enter. It is commonly said that people die of this or that particular disease. The truth is they die of constitutional weakness. If more people realized this they would understand why the great "Golden Medi cal Discovery" invented by Dr. R. V. pierce of Buffalo, N. Y., cures so many cases of lingering coughs, throat, bronchial, and kindred affections of the air passages. It gives thorough abundant constitutional vitality. It gives the digestive and blood makinirorD'ans. where consumption usually begins, power to do their work completely so that no poisonous dregs can get into the circulation to fasten on the lungs and vital ticcitfO T have been troubled with bronchitis for several years." writes Mrs. Orlin O Hara, of Fergus Falls, Minn. (Box 114). "I" the first T.lnre I had sore throat : doctored with different doctors and took various medicines, but got no lasting relief. We made up our minds to try the medicine advertised as Dr Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery. After I had taken one bottle we thought we could see a little change. We sent and got another bottle of the ' Golden Medi cal Discovery' and also one of 'Favorite Pre scription.' I took them alternately, and in a few days I lxfgan to see that I was better for rertain. I took eieht bottles of Golden Medical ni, .,' turn nf Favorite Prescnutiou.' nil renilv I have not felt as well in years. I sleep better than I have in twenty years." rr Pii-Tce's Common Sense Medical Ad. vispr 1, inm nacre i llustrated book, will be sent free by the World's Dispensary Medi cal Association for 21 one-cent stamps, to pay the cost of mailing only, or a more sub L mm. v stantial CiniU-POU,nU. V""1 - a qwUJJ, ... 1 . iU V.; t V j-k lr.r' OrJ j T"1"""- V Vu K u Dresent time to make the observance t),; otrcninir t.p.re are i-cn',nuiea no "" - - - . ,:ii w u o v mnah lmnortant will he uu.., .. , 4:" th - vxT.-on f be present are Henry Watterton, of i - A cm.. 1 Qf-mU Of fl f 'I "OI ill OPS national coloro over the tables. from the United States, and 13,051 384 nesos from Great Britain. Xne chief imDorts are rice.jerked beef, and flour. The Spanish official returns sta'e the value of the imports from Cuba into Spain for 1894 to be 37,643,110 Spanish pesetas (the v-ilne of the peseta is 19.3 cents), and the exports from Spa n to Cuba, 117,061,851 pesetas. In the district of Santiago de Cuba, at the end of 1891, the total number of mining titlf s 'ssued was 29b, with an AYtont. nf 13.727 hectares. Of the mines reported and claimed, 138 were iron, 88 mang-nese, oi copper, in 1895 the port of Havana was visited by 1,179 vessels of 1,681.325 tons (47 of 47,219 tons BriUi-b). Uieofuegos acd Cardena by 490 of 645,184 tuns (150 of 233.905 ton- Briti-h). and Santiatro de Cuba by 3S8 of 462,888 tons (137 of 186,137 tons Britisb). in (juoa mere are about 1,000 miles of railway be longing to compinles, and the larger S'igar estates have private lines con necting tnem witn tne main lines. There are 2 300 miles of telegraph line, with lo3 offices. Messages in 1893 342,331. PORTO KICO. P.-irto Rico is described as "the healthiest of the Antilles." It ha an area of 3,550 English sq-iare miles. The population D -cenber 31, 1887, was 813,H3(. The negro population is es tiraated at over 300,000. Slavery was abolished in 1873. Cuief towns; San Juan, 23,414 inhabitants; Ponce, 37,- 545: San German. 30.146. Tte Porto Rico budget for 1893-94 gave an esti mated expenditure of 3,879,813 p;sos (the value of the p-fo is 92.6 cents), of which the ministry of finance absorbed 2o0.04o pesos, and war l,0o0,000 pesos, and an estimated income of 3,903,655 pesos, of which the customs were estimated to produce 2,301,000 pesos, and direct and indirect taxes 1,358,800 PtfOS. I The principal articles of exports in ! 1895 were coffe 16,884 tons (value 1,- (755,931 lbs. ste-); sugar, 54 861 tons (711,131 pounds): tobacco, 1,807'tons lo2,722 pounds. The total exports In i 1893 amounted to 3,349,078 pound?, and I imports to 3,464,090 pounds. The value I of the imports from Porto Rico into ! Spam in 1894 was 21, o80,12o Spanish pesetas (the value of the peseta is 19 3 cents), and the f-x ports from Spain to Por'o Rico 28,678;899 pesetas. In 1893 1,034 vessels of 1,008,581 tons entered, and 999 vessels of 902,09o tens cleared Porto R'co. In Porto Rico there are 470 miles of telegraph and 137 miles of railway, besides over 170 miles under construe tion. The coin iu use is the 5-pesetas piece. The coinage of Spanish dollars of similar value, to take their place, has been decreed. THE PHILIPPINES. The Philippine Isiacds extend almost due north and south from Formosa to Borneo and the Moluccas, embracing an extent of 16 degrees of latitude and 9 of longitude. They are over 1200 in number; the two largest are Luzon (area 40,024 English square miles) and Mindanao. Tho capitakof h'birppincs Manila, has 154,062 inhabitants (1887) other towns are Laoag, 30,642: Lipa 43,408; Banang, 3598, BataDgaa, 35, 588. There is a small resident Spanish population, but a large number of Chin eee. The native habitants are mostly of the Ma'ayen race,hui tkere are some tribes of Negritos. 3. he government is administered bv a CJevernor Oeneral and a Captain General, and the 43 pro vinces are ruled bv governors, alcaldes or commandants, according to their importance and position. The est' mated revenue of the Philip pine is'ands in 1894-'95 was 2,715,980. and expoxdi'ure i:2,Co6,026. There an export duty on tobxeco, ard almost eve-y ariiole of foreign produc'ion is heaviiy taxed on being imported. On muslin and p-troleurn the duty is about 100 per omt of the cost. The chief products are hemp, sugar, coffe, copra, to acco leaf, cigars, iu dh'O. Grid mining if being carried ou in Luzon with favorable prospect-, and coal mir ing in Cebu, where, when ar rangements for ca-riage are complet ed, the output is exprcti d to be about 5.000 ions a month. In 1894 the To'pl imports were valued a- $28,530,000 and xports at $33,250 000. In 1895 the cMef exoorts wi re: Hemp, 832 322 bales (one bale weighs about 250 pontic's), valued a 1,665.000: sucar. 230,083 tons, valued at 1,205.000: eo pr, 61,438 pkuls, valu-d at 283,000; t ihao-n, leaf, 207,371 aumtal-: cigars, 164,430,000; coffee, 194 tons. Owing to d'eeas-"1, the production of coffee is full iug off. The ehief imports are rieo, Hour, wires, dress, petroleum, coal. In 1895 117.620 picnls of rice were im ported from FTonr-Kocg. Saigon and Singapore; 61,391 tons of coal from Bustralia and Japan; 957,538 cases of petroleum, On an average, about 34 per cent of the import va'ue is from the United Kingdom, 21 per cent from Hong-Kong and Amor, 13 per cent from ispaln, ana 10 ter cent from Singapore and British India. Imports into Spain from the PbiiiDDine Islands in 1894, 17,994.838 pps"tas (the value of the peseta is 19.3 cent); exports to Philippine Islands, 28,584,122 pesetas. In 1895 304 vessels of 425,025 tons cleared the ports of Manila, Iloilo, and Cebu. There are 720 miles of telegraph in the islands and 70 miles of railway. The total po pu'ntion is 7,670,000. The coin in use is the Mexican dollar with locally coined fractional currency. The import of foreign money is illegal, uui man jl iuexiuau uuuttrs is jjoi mu ted. THE BOXD ELECTION. There Was No Great Rush at the Polls. An election took place yesterday "to determine whether the city of El Paso shall issue bonds, first: To erect a public building for city hall and fire department purposes in said city; and, second, to make certain public im provements, to-wit: the extension and improvement of the public sewers oi said city." The ballots used at the election con tained the fol'owing words, according to the voter's expression of will upon the question votjd on: "Dor the issuance of n:i .faso oity bonds in the sum of $30,000 for the erection of a public building for city hall and hre department purposes in the city of El Paso, Texis, and for the ratification of the city ordinance of March 17, 1898, authorizing the is suance of .same. OR "Against the issuance of El Paso city bonds in the sum of $30 000 for the erection, of a public building for city hall and fire department purposes in the c'ty of El Paso, Texas, and against the ratification of the city or dinance of March 17, 1898, authorizing the issuance of same." "For the issuance of El Paso city bonds In th sum of $15,000 for the extension and Inprovemvnf. of the pub lic sewers of the city of El Paso, Texas, and for the ratification of the city or dinance of March 19, 1898, authorizing issuance of same. OR "Aga'nst the issuance of El Paso city bonds in the sum of $15,000 for the extension and improvementof the pub lic sewers of the city of El Paso, Texas, and against the ratification of the city ordinance of March 17, 1898, authoriz ing the issuance of same." Only property owners voted. The vote was as follows: Building. Sewerage. For Ag'st For Ag'st First ward 15 7 16 6 Second ward.. 44 8 45 7 T:-ird ward.... 46 19 54 12 Fourth ward.. 21 15 27 Total 126 49 142 34 So it will be seen that the bonds have carried, and the council at its next meeting will take appropriate action. Knights of Pythias. At the grand lodge meeting this week of the K. of P. at San Antonio. H. J. Lobatte, of Galveston, introduced the following resolution, which was unanimously adopted: Resolved, That the grand lodge of the domain of Texas instructs its sup reme representatives to have repealed that portion of article 6. sect'on 1, of the constitution of endowment rank, which forfeits the endowment certific ate ard all claims there under of knights who are in active service in the army and navy in time of war, as the same is in direct conflict with the pronounced pledges of the Uniform Rank, inconsistent with the patriotic sentiment of our noble order and stul tifies the motto of our third rank. Resolved, That a copy of this resolu tion be forwarded to the board of con trol by the grand keeper of records and seal. Cook's Camp. This camp, the leading lead producer of New Mexico and of the southwest, is today more prosperous than ever before in its history. The developments upon new properties are very encouraging and indicate beyond doubt the addition of several large producing mines in the near future. On the Othello and Desdemona mines the Kansas City Smelting and Refining Company, of El Paso, has a force of eighty miners employed. Fifty tons f ore is the regular daily shipment. In addition to the great ore reserves here tofore developed in these mines a new and apparently very extensive body of ore was encountered in the work of ex ploitation, on Monday. This property has, during the pasttwoyears.produced enormous quantities of rich lead car bonate ore. wm. Kief, the bonanza king of the camp, leased the property about three years ago and made a for tune of about a quarter of a million dol lars, besides paying the company a very large sum in royalties. He worked one hundred men upon one enormous ore body for over a year, but did not ex haust it, as the company has been stup ing fifty tons per day regularly since the property reverted to the owners at the expiration of the lease one year ago. This new strike insures a large production for years to come. Enter prise. Texas & Pacific EXCURSIONS. "Jso Trouble to Answer Questions." El Paso to New Orleans and return, $33.20. Tickets on sale May 7-8-0. (rood for return un til May 21). Account nat ional meeting Bene volent and Protective Order of Elks. Kl Paso to Norfolk, Va., and return, Sn3.U0. Tickets on sale May 1-2. Rood to return in tit teen days, with privilege of extension of fif teen days by deposit Iiik ticket at Norfolk. Account Sout hern Baptist convention. El Paso to Columbia, S? C... and return, f48. 75. Tickets on sale April 30 and May 1. jfood to return until May 21. Account conference colored M. E. church. El Paso to Baltimore, Mil., and return. 5.W 40. Tlcketson sale April 30 and May 1. ood until .Tune 1, with privilege of extension by depos iting ticket, until June 15. Account.' Quadl rennial Conference M. E. Church South. El Paso to New Orleans and return. 533.20. Tickets on sale .May 10-I7-1S. pood until .lune 4. Account Ueneral Assembly Presbyterian Church. El Paso to Fort Worth and return, 818.40. Tickets on sale April 2it-30, nood until May 7. Account Grand Lodge. Order Sons of Herman. Look out for rates in this paper, account American Medical Association. I)en ver, Col. ; Confederate Ue-union, Atlanta, lia.. in July; National Educational Association. Washing ton. 1. C, in July; Christian Endeavor, Nash ville. Tenn., in July; Knights Templars, Dal las, In June. Tickets are now on sale from El Paso to Mineral We is t lie Great Texas Health Re sort at . KO, good for sixty days from date of sale. Kor other informarion inquire of A. W. MONTAGUE, Depot Ticket Agt., or B. V. DA 11BYS1I1 HE, Southwestern Freight and Passenger Agent, No, 117 El Paso Street, El Paso, Texas, UR GOODS.... Are the Latest, Freshest . and most Up-to-Da te..... Our Assortment the largest; likewice the best kept stock in the city Arrangements for display and inspection th.- very best, while OUR PRICES Are always right. We ex tend an invitation to all to inspect our bargain stocked Furniture Store. HOYT Sd BSS 315 EL PASO ST. I J.C.Ross&C-' t ! jjnJertakiTs and jjmbalniers. j ; 401 EL PASO ST. A w Ftpfv innlsttA for- Fiinrals. ICverv- thing Satisfactory. ? A Office 'Phone 211 Residence 183. C1NCINNATA CHRISTIAN MOERLEIN PHEi YOUNG'S. Balsa y Hno, Brevas Victorias de Colon Just received at the Cariosity Store ! W.G.WAIZTO. iK Opp. Custom Hodk You vv ill Save Money ! By getting plana for yonr new build ings drawn by................ IR, IR, Thornton RELIABLE ARCHITECT -Roowi IS Vnrohon.n T1r-cV "Fim. Tut POMERGY'S El Paso Transfer Company. HACKS, BUS AND BA GO AGE. Phone 18. ann to 310 South Omnn street SOUTHERN PACIFIC. Morgan Line. 1 1 "SUNSET ROUTE." 1 1 The Morgan Sunset Southern Pacific steamers will continue to run between New York and New Orleans, and war risk will be assumed until further notice, by the steamship com pany, at no expense to ship pers. Should hostilities make it necessary to discontinue the steamship line, arrangements have been perfected with the Louisville & Nashville and Pennsylvania companies to handle by special service, east and west bound freight between originating points west of New Orleans and New York and seaboard points, and the service will be un broken, cars running through without tran-fer where prac ticable, thus insuring fast time. The Mallory steamship line has discontinued for present plying between New York and Galveston. Shippers will please instruct C. H. Mallory & Co., New York, to deliver to Sunset Morgan line any freight in their possession, or subsequently received. Also, route future shipments via Morgan line. T. E. HUNT,. Commercial Agent. "SUNSET ROUTE." Morgan Liine, El Peso, Texas. j A Narr-w Escape Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada I E. Hart, of Groton, S. D. "Whs taVen j with a had c.ld that settled on my lungs; congh et in and finelly termin ated in connmotion. Fou" doctors I gave me up faying I could live but a I phort time. I gave myself up to my Savior, dfterminef if I could not stay with my friends on eRrtb, I would meet I my absent ones above. My husband was advised to get Dr. King's Npw .Discovery for Consumption, Coughs ' and CHda. I gave it a trial, took in all eight bottles. It bns oured me. ard thank God I am saved and now a well and hea'thy woman." Trlnla hottleH free s.t W. A. I-vin & Co. Drug Sto-e. j Hegular s'ze 50c and $1 00. Guaran- j teed or price refunded. ! Holclon'n Positive F lie Con. ! Sufferers use it. Relief will bespeerfy and cure positive and permanent if di rections are strictly followed. For sale Kelly by & Pollard, druggists. o Horace B. Stevens, Real Estate AND: Insurance Agt. FOR SALE:! West Overland House, containing 15 rooms, lot 75 feet front on West Over land st, $1,500. i cash; balance in one and two years at 8 per cent. Two lots on Myrtle ave., corner of St. Vrain St., 9850. Sixty feet on West Overland street tlOOO. Lutterlough Place, Myrtle ave. and St. Vrain St., $2,500. Liberal terms. Three lots comer of Idaho and Vir ginia ets., $600 cash for all. Finest residence in the city cost $17,000 will be sold for $12,000. $5,000 cash. Balance in seven installments at 8 per cent, interest. $735 will buy a house of 4 rooms on Anthony st. Adobe and frame. - 12-room brick, Second St., $1,500, FOR RENT: On Olive street, ho-a of 8 rooms $10.00 per month. Furnished house oi wmi; six month's lease. Furnished house on Upson avenue. 5 rooms for 6 months or year's time. $35 00. Look: residence, West Overland St, furnished, $30 Good sized store and light basement, opposite Plaza, new Mills building'. I Solicit Collection of Rents and make no charge for Advertising. 12 LEAD NG FIRF INSURANC COMPANIES REPRESENTED. Lowest rates. Fair treatment Horace B. Stevens, Real Estate and Insur ance Agent. N?west thing in town. T Prettiest wheel you ever saw. The yARNES t IKE, "The White Boy." More new features than you will find in any other bike. If want to see enameling "what are" enameling, see the BARNES. Nicest finished wheel on the market. Drop In. Ask Questions WeWr- Kick. i El Paso Novelty Work jSP jSP J?' J&'&k. FSCHAEFER, JT? J Tk Druggist Headquarters for 4$ 40 40 40 Moth Paper, J Powder, and C Tar Balls. & Roach Bait, 40 Poisonous s Stinkv and Fly Paper. 115- 40 San Antonio Street, g BRONSON BLOCK, 40 ;!! V V r- V e ft- S- vi? Dr. King SP CliUST Frfiid'uthal : Blok. (TTpstiirs ) Corner F.1 Paso Biid San Francisco Sts. HOURS: P a ra to 5 p, m Night hours: T to 8, Consul tion Free. PATARRH We tive pliced In our of jt Innnn flee the LATEST and most MODERN PPLIANCES for the TREAT VENT of OATARRH, LUNG and BRONCHIAL Diseases. By our Inhalation procesn the med Icin comes in actual contact with the di seased parts and when our reatrnent Is car ried out we ooaravtrb a CURE In each casa ftCODtefl fnf treatment. WF P I I R F uECl AT, TIS ASES of MEN, L hUnC Nervona TebIUty, KIDNEY and URINARY Diseases, PILES, STRICTURB b Klertrlclty. SKIN DISKiS&S, ECZKHa. 1KMAI.K 1HSF.ASKS. BLOOD POISON aTX "UKEI without tbn use of Mercury. AD ITC for Symptom Blanks if living 111 I l away from city. Cases success fully treated through our perfect system of Mall Treatment. Address: Da KING & CO.. El Paso, Texas.