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The Largest Brewery in the
Telephone 122.
Washington Dining Hall.
209 EL PASO STREET, EL PASO, MAS,
BEST RESTAURANT IN CITY.
ALL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON.
r.h:cxjil.-a.f2. dinnhr. is to s x- a.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
V H1NO Ss OO PROPS WOO MOO SIO. MOR
I. SCHLnSTGER,
ENew York Tailor
-MAKFR
S.tylish, Perfect
AT LOWEST
Work speaks for itself
Due trial will convince you.
HOUCK & DIETER,
IMPORTERS and JOBBERS
PINE WINES AND WHISKIES
AGENTS for
213 El Paso St.
SMBI-iTOM
Gives the Highest Price
FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS, AND SELLS
AT THE LOWEST.
Iry Him - - - 116 Oregon Street.
Fine Merchant Tailoring,
And Gents' Furnishing Goods.
104 KL PASO 8TRKET.
Link Restaurant,
SIB El Paso Street..
A First-Class Short Order House.
Orm Day and ISTisrht.
Emerson & Berrien
IINHCDTA ICDC
324 & 326 El Paso St. Phones 71, 68, & 196
Hearse and Carriages Furnished.
J. R. McGIBBOJST,
809 El Paso Street, Opera Mouse Block.
New and Second-hand F'xrr ri itixre
STOVES, ST. CLAIR STEE L RANGES, CROCKERY, L AMPS.
GLASSWARE, ETC.
Refr iterators Cheap in Order to CIos;e Out.
SOMETHING NEW
YES; -A.T.T. InTETVI
At SPRINGER'S. All of our old stock was burnt a& mus1 . have
new poods to take their place.
T. H. 8P RINGKEaa.
Furniture, Crookery and oetiipe'ts
6 Ban Antonio Street.
THE STAR LIVERY, FEED
Onrner West Overland
Phono
-THE ONLY MORGUE
INDUSTRY.
Southwest. Give it a trial.
J. W. MAGOFFIN, Mgr.
OF-
Fitting Clothes
PRICES.
305 1-2
San Antonio St.
WILLIAM J. LEMP BREWING CO.. St. Lonti, Mo' .
PAB8T BREWING CO.. Milwaukee. Wis.
El Paso, Texas
L PASO
y
H3L,
AND SALE CABLES.
and 8nta JTe Streets.
92
J. CALO W ELL, Prop.
Caldwell Dndertal ting Co.
SOS S. El Paso S treet.
The Leading Un dertakers,
Phones 197 anc1 I 02.
CALL8 ANSWERED DA .Y OR NIGHT
J. E. NAG LEY. M anaKer
IN THE CITY.
Rev. II. VV. Moore.
At the Presbyterian church last
night the pastor spoke from the text,
"And there was no more 6ea." Rev.
XX1:1. Part of the sermon ii as fol
lows:
On She lonely dreary island of Pat
mos sat St. John the apostle. Thither
he was banished by the Emperor
Domitian. Between him and his loved
ones him and human love and sym
pathy rolled tne turbulent, wide, rest-
leas sea. It was an Impassable bar
rier. Invisible finders swims open be
fore John's eve while there tne glories
of the new Jerusalem the redeemed
society and there John says "there
was no more sea.' iNotning to separ
ate. No separation in the heavenly so
ciety. The separation due to nationalities
nations today are separated hence
our different civilizations, customs,
rices. How many misunderstandings
due to not knowing one another better.
Hut tne time is coming when God's
people shall be no longer separated,
but shall be united with a common lan
guage, under one empire, one flag and
the whole world with its variety of
race, color, tongues, with different
grades of civilization, myriad forms of
government shall bi reduced to one
realm united under one head, obedient
to one God, and thank God there shall
be no separation due to personal differ
ences, what a train that will be when
hate, anger, backbiting and strife shall
disappear. In conversation, in politics.
religion men talk and separate enemies.
Think of the family Quarrels. Think
of Mrs. A. not speaking to Mrs. B. for
years, lere is a business man who ad
joins stores with another business man.
Ibey nave not spoken for years. Some
people, are always going around with a
chip on their shoulders. Some people
never bave many fr'ends because they
do not control an ill temper. The sins
of disposition are greater than the sins
of the body. HeDry Drummond says
tnere is no form of vice not even world
linoss. greed of eold or even drunken
ness that does more to unchristianize
society as an evil temper. For embit-
ering communities, breaking up most
sacred relationships, as a misery pro
ducing power it stands alone. Person
al differences over little foolish trivial
ncidents. Select out of any commu
nity th hot headed men who are fre
quently raving1 at events and berating
their lellowmen and you select essen-
tally the weak men who neither win
great resp ct or carry weight in a com
munity. Oh let us try to heal the
broken rifts in friendship rather than
widen them. Blessed are the peace
makers. No more separation yonder.
Ana tnere was no more sea."
The separation due to creed is deno
minational difference. Here we have
our different churches. As long as we
have different personalities, different
tastea, we will need different churches.
In the new Jerusalem we shall not
need them. True church unity is in
loving one another, each doing its own
work, yet gladly cooperating. Let us
not waste time in pitching into other
churches. Let us fight tho in differ
ent regiments a common foe. Think
of the Eightpenth regiment fighting
tbe bixteen'n -egiment wnen we nave
to meet Spain, a common foe. Oh no,
heaven is not a Baptist church or a
Me'noaist courcn or a Presoyterinn
hurch. I think it is a composite
company from all churches. If the old
church leaders have been shaking
bands in heaven for many a year why
not get a little closer together down
here. "No more sea" no denomina
tional differences in the redeemed so
ciety. No separations into clases yonder.
The curse of India is caste. Think of
the seven different castes cursing, kill
ing India, bo here we have our aris
tocracy and common folks, rich and
poor.educatd and ignorant. England
has her titled nobiutv and tier common
people. Not so in heaven. Ob, the
woe9 of poverty: lo the bivel tne poor
man eats bis crust, in the mansion the
rich man sits before groaning tables.
Tbe law of supnly and demand will not
right things. Love is a g-eater agent
for bringing togethe' into one brotber
hood the d'fferent classes. Class dis
tinction obliterated yonder forever.
No more separation yonder by deatb.
What a separator is death. Oh for
the vanished band! Oh to hear once
more the voice that 1s stilled. Oh to
look into those glad eyes again! This
s what makes life so hard, ibey bave
left us. But heads up not forever. Oh
JJi- " How Do I Look r "
How frequently
a woman asVs this question! How much
thought and "study she devotes to it! It is
natural. A -woman bates to think that she
is growing, day by day leas charming and
attractive and youthful to her husband's
eyes than, in the days of courtship.
A woman may always retain her charms
and the vivacity and freshness of youth if
she will take the proper care of her health.
A tremendous percentage of ill-health in
women is due to weakness and disease of
the distinctly feminine organism. Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription is an unfail
ing remedy for all disorders of this nature.
It allays inflammation, heals ulceration,
Btops debilitating drains and soothes and
tones the nerves. It preserves in a woman
all the charm of healthy youth. Thou
sands of women have testified to its mar
velous merits.
" Favorite Prescription " is sold by all re
spectable dealers in medicines. Deal only
where you are honestly treated. Any store
keeper who tries to give you a substitute
for what you demand is not treating you
honestly and you should take your trade
elsewhere.
" For nine years I have Buffered with falling
of internal organs," writes Mrs. Mary Williams,
of Raleigh, Wake Co., N. C (Box i-gg). " I was
troubled with bearing down pains. I had indi
gestion and female weakness and nervousness.
I could not sleep at night. I was constipated
and had urinal trouble. The doctor here said
that no medicine would reach my disease. Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription, ' Golden Medi
cal Discovery and Pleasant Pellets ' have
cured me."
An every-day necessity in the home. A
good home medical work. Send 21 one
cent stamps, to cover mailing only, to the
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Buffalo, N. Y.. for a paper-covered copy of
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Ad
viser.V Cloth binding 31 stamps.
M -
the vacant chairs of earth. Oh the
hushed pianos, silent work baskets,
baby prattle. Oh the little graves,
what a thousand hopes buried. Chil
dren of tears, look up. There is no sea
of separation yonder. Heaven is your
last home. JNo lareweiis to De saia
then. Yonder Mary and Lazarus have
met after the heart breaking at Beth
any.. Yonder mother and son are
united, wife and husband together
never to separate. I hold in my band
when I clasp tbe bible a thousand in
vitations asking you to make this bless
ed land your home forever, inis land
of undy ng beauty, "and there was no
more sea. '
Rev- W. 0. Millican.
At the First Baptist church yester
day morning, the pastor, Rev. W. O.
Millican, had for his text, Jer. XX:9,
"Then I said I will not make mention
of him, nor speak any more in his
name, but his word was in my heart as
a burning tire, shut up in my bones,
and I was weary with forbearing, and
I could not stay."
Humanity at its best is frail and im
perfect, nor does God remove this en
tirely from his people. Doubtless he
has a purpose in allowing it to remain.
The cloud-mountains give variety to
the sky am break toe monotony. Per
haps God leaves us weak that we may
be able to appreciate all the more his
strength. Jeremiah had tried to be
faithful in the duties assigned to him
by the Father. But he met with im
prisonment and apparent defeat, and
now he rebelled against God. He de
termined to quit. Many the Christian
today who tries to set up a quitting
station along his journey. He knows
that he has trusted Jesus. And he has
tried to be faithful and obedient. But
in an evil hour he fell and though he
rose aga n and climbed higher than
ever, it ended in a worse relapse. This
time he fell into the very same of sin,
and now angry and mad at himself,
and sick at heart he determines to
quit, and if he prays at all he prays to
aie. But does he quit.' (jive bim
time, and we shall see. Another thing
that brings the Christian to the would-
be quitting station is the appar
ent defeat in his effort to
get bis fellow to do right.
Conscious of his duty in this regard, he
has poured out his very soul in an
effort to bring the ungodly relative or
friend to God and tbe right, and now
as he reviews the situation, he meets
with cold indifference and sometimes
with ridicule and estrangement. Hi
courage fails him: he declares that
there is no use to try again, and re
solves to make no more mention of
Jesus, nor speak any more in his name.
But does be quit? Give him time and
we shall see. Here are two noble
womn who love each other as only
women friends can. . They have a
quarrel and resolve to-quit each other's
association. But do they quit? Give
them time and you shall B'e them in
each other's arms, laoghing their tears
away and forgetting their estrange
ment. They loved and could not stay
away from each other. Sometimes an
awful moment comes in the life of hus
band and wife, when they each feel
that it is no use to ive together longer,
and that they rout quit. But do they
quit? Give them time. And now ii
the angels will permit, draw
back the curtain and take one look into
tbe family room. The little ones are
tucked 6nugly in bed, and the angels
have touched their eyes to sleep.
Look you! with her head pillowed on
his bosom, the wife feasts her eyes
upon tbe husband's face, and as she
reads the very pages of his soul,
through her tears, sbe cries out: "I
could not give you up, could 1?" And
then bia trembling soul responds, "nor
would I let you go for all the world.'
Why this return? They loved. And
love would not let them quit.
Now look at Jtremiah. He de
clares that be would try no more. But
it was a declaration of passion born of
human infirmity. But principle is
stronger than pussion, and God had
put within Jeremiah a principle that
caused bis soul to vibrate with every
touch of tbe divine word. So that
this word became a burning and a con
Burning fire within. It made him weary
in his delay, and he declares, "I could
not stay," and I declare to you my
friends when once God ba9 planted in
you the Dew life of love you can no
more abandon him entirely than could
this woman her friend, this wife her
husband, prophet his Lord. A child of
God may stop in sioful rebellion for a
while, but God preserves a spark deep
down in the soul and will one day kin
dle is anew, by the power of his word
From the day when David heard the
word of Nathan, "Thou art the man,"
ringing through the corridors of tbe
royal palace. His "tieart was hot with
in," and soon we bear of a broken
heart and a contrite spirit." Have you
sinned? Despair not. Give God's word
a place in your time and mind, and it
will bring you back to him. The young
convert, the parent, and the minister
alike have seasons of discouragement,
and sometime rpsolve to quit. But the
word of God becomes "a burning Are
shut up in their bones'," and they be-
come "weary with forbearing." "They
cannot stay."
Bad Either Way.
From the Olilcago Tlnily News.
Gladys Don't go, George! Don't
leave me! Don't run the risk of losing
your life and leaving me to mourn for
you all the rest of my days. How can
I endure the anxiety, knowing that
you are-in danger!
George There, darling.don't worry.
It's all right. I'm going into the com
miseary department.
Gladys Oh, George! That's even
worse! How can I ever marry a cook?
The following unique announcement
is made by an old-timer who has just
opened a drygoods etore at Lawrence,
Kan: "Settled in the Territory, at
Lawrence, in 1857. Stood the drouth
of 1800. Stood tbe war of 1861-'65.
Stood the QuaDtrell raid. Stood the
Price raid. Stood the three grasshop
per raids. Stoid up for Kansas always,
and am ready to stand up for the
United States against Spain or any
country on earth." Exchange.
Glass bricks are gradually coming
into use, and it is said that glass will
soon be used for making statues for
public squares, as it resists tbe corrod
ing effect of the weather much better
than marble or granite.
TIJE SILENT V0ICE5,
When the dumb Hour, clothed in j
black.
Brings the Dreams aboui my bed,
Call me not so often back.
Silent voices of the dead,
Toward the lowland ways behind me
And the sunlight that is gone!
Call me ra'her, silent Voices,
Forward to tbe starrv track
Glimmering up the heights beyond me
On, and always on.
Alfred Lord Tennyson
A Wind-Unlit Dyke of Sand.
From Inventioa.
An interesting illustration of natural
engineering is the well known heavy
dyke on the Holland coast, which was
bui't by the winds themselves. The
sand formed between the jetties be
coming dry in sunny weather, and tne
surface biown ashore on the wind blow
ing in that direction, it was desired to
build a strong oyke to connect wim
the sand dunes, and this was accom
plished by setting in the sand, in rows
about one foot apart, tufts of dune sea
irrass near bv. The tufts tnus placed
consisting simply of little handfuls of
grass, were put, eacn one. into a caviiy
dug out with the hands, the tuft being
set- into thi9 and the sand pressed
around.
The whole surface of the dry, sandy
b9ach above high tide was covered
with this plantation, and just back of
it, at the highest point of the existing
sandy area, one or two rows of reeds
were set in the sand, their tops cut off
and tbe stalks left standing about four
feet above the 6and the latter, drift
ing along over the surface, catching
and in one day almost burying the tufts
of grass and standing one foot along
the row of reeds; then another planta
tion being made, and another, a mas
sive dyke was thus built up to the
height of the adjoining dvke. In high
storm tides the waves eat into the toe
of the slops and pull down the sand,
but by the same process 01 DUiiaing
the dyke is again restored to its form
er size.
CORBIX S INCOMPETENCY.
Much Dissatisfaction Expressed With
the Management of the Adjntant
Gene-al.
A Washington special to the San An
tonio Express says: A cabinet officer,
deploring the urgency that compels
him to speak, represents tnat tne pres
ident is greatly distressed because of
the general incompetence displayed in
tbe management of the war depart
ment.. Adit. Gen. Corbln, instead of
fulfilling the requirements of his office,
has shown blm-eif too small for the
duties imposed upon him.
Since war was declared he has pro
ceeded in a reckless manner. He has
ssued orders moving troops only to
have them countermanded. In other
instances he has instructed volunteer
regiments to break camp without pro
viding them witn rations or tents or
ammunition or clothes, and the soldiers
have become heartily disgusted.
Fragmentary reports concerning the
existing Ftuta of affairs bave reached
the president and be Is now endeavor
ing to learn more about the methods
being pursued by Secretary Alger.
JS is certain that there will be some
important changes in the near future.
There are several scandals brewing.
It would be unpatriotic to make them
public, but when it comes time to writ
the history of our war with Spain
there will be a number of high officers
who will not be glorified.
Ilncklen'a Armies Sttlvo. m
The best salve in the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, teter, chapped hands, chil
blains, corns, and all skin eruptions,
and positively cures piles, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give peJ,
feet satisfaction or money refunded
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
W. A. Irvin & Co., wholesale and re-
tall agents.
The deepest lake in the world is
Lake Baikal, in Siberia. In some parts
it is 5,261 feet deep; its length is 207
miles, with an area of 15,000 square
miles. It is the largest lake in Asia,
and the sixth largest in tbe world.
I bave been a sufferer from chronic
diarrhoea ever since the war and have
used all kinds of medicines for it. At
last I found one remedy that has been
a s access as a cure, and that is Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
remedy. P. U. Grisham, Gaars Mills,
La. For sale by all druggists.
The superstitious idea of spilling salt
being unlucky took its rise from one of
tbe original paintings in tbe Italian
school of the La6t Supper, in which
Judas Iscariot is represented as having
knocked over a sait-cenar.
El Paso to Snta Rosalia, Mexico:
First class fare $21, Mexican money.
Tickets good for 90 days. Stop over
allowed.
Chief Consulting Physician to the
New Cure edical an d
Surgical Institute
of Hot Springs, Ark., has permanently
located in r.i faso on account
of climatic advantages.
In offering his professional services to
the publsc,be laysiclaim to two medical
diplomas, gold medals for excellency in
medical studies, two years' experience
and association with eminent specialists
inf miadeipnia and New York cities.
Also, hve years association and exper
ience with leading specialists at Hot
Springs, Ark. He is discoverer and
perfector of New Cures tor Diseases
of Women and the originatoe of a new
System of treatment for Diseases of
the Blood, Tumors, Ulcers, Cancers
and Scrofula, and all Inflammatory
Conditions of the Eye, Far. Nose and
Throat.
DR. PEGISTER maintains that in
this advanced age of medical skill and
discoveries, every physician who has
made important discoveries or is in
possession of special skill and advan
tages, fchould make it known through
the public prints. His extensive
experience, with the aduantage of com
bined skill from bis associates, guaran
tees to sufferers in El Paso and vicinity
the very best treatment known to med
ical science. All Sufferers from ay
cause should call in person or write
and get an honest expert opinion.
Afflicted women are especially request
ed to investigate Dr. Register's new
cure for their sex, A home treatment.
References to cures of prominent
people all over T.be Southwest many
in El Paso, CONSULTATION FREE.
office:
FREUDENTHAL BLOCK, Upstairs.
Cor. El Paso & Sin Francisco Sts.
Opp. Grand Central Hotel.
Hours: 9 a. m. to 12 m., 2 to 4. and
7 to 8 p. m.
DR. l R. REGISTER,
SOUTHEHH PACIFIC
jtfrt Lin.-.
1 1 "SUri SOU Ft."
The Morgan bu.iset Southern
Pacific steamur will continue
to run betww- ,ew York and
New Orleans., ind war risk
will be assu"ri until further
notice, by the n!amship com
pany, at no exi3nse to ship
pers. Should hostilities make it
necessary to ouscontinue the
steamship line.arrangements
have been perfected with the
Louisville & Nashville and
Pennsylvania companies to
handle bv SDecial 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 transfer where prac
ticable, thus insuring fast
time.
The Mallorv steamship line
has discontinued for present
Divine between New York and
Galveston. Shippers will
Dlease instruct U. n. Iviailory
& Co.. New York, to deliver
to Sunset Morgan line any
freight in their possession, or
subsequently received. Also,
route tuture shipments via
Morean line.
T. E. HUNT,
Commercial Agent.
"SUNSET ROUTE."
Morgan Line, El Paso, Texas.
Dr. M. Ramser,
Practice limited to
NOSE
THROAT.
Suectacles accurately fitted.
MOREHOUSE BLOCK. OREGON ST.
fThe-ions' Building!
1 TAREH THE HORN XA ' A
One of the latest structures of E. C
Krause A.rchtct. The best build- J
lngs In the city, both public and prl- k
vate, are of my desliras. Get com- V
petition and save money. Come and A
maa m a it vnfi t.ntnlr at hulldfnir 'J
E. KRAUSE.
Room 55 Sheldon Block
EL PASO,
TEXAS.
Texas & Pacific
EXCURSIONS.
"So Trouble to Answer Questions."
El Paso to New Orleans and return. 533.20.
Tickets on sale May 16-17-18, pood until June
4. Account General Assembly Presbyterian
Church.
El Paso to Cisco and return. May 22 and 23.
120. Good until May HI. Account .District
Conference M. E. Church.
Tnnrlst Cars from El Paso o St. Louis, via
Texarkana to St. Louis, every Wednesday,
and via Ft. Worth and Kansas City to Chi
cago, every Thursday.
Xhese cars are uiun, wen rurnisneu anu
Cool; especially adaoted to Summer Travel.
Look out for rates In this Da nor. account
American Medical Association, I'enver, Col.;
Confederate Ke-unon, Atlanta, Ga., in July;
National Educational Association, Washing
ton, D. C, in July; Christian Endeavor, Nash
ville, Tenn., in July; Knights Templars, Dal
las, In June.
Tlrlrpts ar nnw on sale from Fl Paso to
Mineral We'ls the Great Texas Health Re
sortat 824.60, (rood for sixty days from date
of sale. For other informarion Inquire of
A. W. MONTAGUE. Depot Ticket Apt., or
B. F. DAKBYtmlKE,
Southwestern Frehrht and Passenger Agent.
XNO 117 faso street, .1 raso, lexas.
Dr. King
SPECIALIST
Freodenthal : Bloet.
(Upstairs) .23l
Corner El Paa.
and
San Francisco 'Sts.
HOURS:
P a. m to 5 D. to-
Night hours: 1 to I.
Consul atioo Fret.
PATADD14 Yfe have placed In our of.
OH I nil II 1 1 Bon the LATEST and most
MODERN APPLIANCES for the TREAT
MENT of CATARRH. LUNG and BRONCHIAL
Diseases. By our tnnalatlon process the med-
scine comes in aotua.1. contact with the dl-
ieased parts and when our 1 reatment is car
ried out we guarantee a CURE In each case
accepted for treatment.
W F C 1 1 R F Z A J? IKft Wj
and URINARY Diseases, PILES, STRICTURE
bv Electricity, SKIN DISEASES. ECZEMA.
FEMALE UlSFASiKS.
BLOOD POISON d:rrrvlmnadryTSrn;
nURED without ne U9e of Wercury.
ADTP for Symptom Blanks If llvlna
if III I L awav from city. Cases success
fully treated through our perfect system of
Mall Treatment
Address: Un KING & CO.. Fl Paso Tex
WHOLESALE
DEPOT,
AETNA AND
MONARCH
Bicycles.
New Tandetrs and IS'JS
Bicycles for rent.
REPAIRING
PI PICft fVflF l?n Mesa
HU iflOV V1VLL UV Avenue.
EAR.... -f0s
Horace B. Stevens,
'eal Estate
AND:
Insurance Agt.
POR SALE:-S
HOUSE of 17 rooms, centrally located,
fer lodgine- Ample ground to en
large. Will be sold for less than
improvement cost.
HOUSE of 5 rooms, with large light
basement, on Myrtle avenue.
ON Myrtle avenue, corner, 52x120 feet,
for $850.
ON Saint Louis St., 94 feet.near Pier
eon Hotel.
50x120 feet, on North El Paso St., $750.
FOR RENT:
2 STORES ou Oregon St., opposite
Park, 22x60 feet each.
3 STORES, 501 to 505 South El Paso
St., at 812.50 each.
2 STORES and Shop, 111 to 115 West
Overland St.
3 STORES in "Sheldon Block.
FRAME HOUSE, 4 rooms, No. 707
North Kansas St., at $15.09.
I Solicit Collection of Rents
and make no charge for
Advertising.
12 LEAD'NG FIRP INSURANC
COMPANIES REPRESENTED.
Lowest rates. Fair treatment
Horace B. Stevens,
Real Estate and Insur
ance Agent.
gtr 0r tf 0r gf Jt, jSJ
Hi"
F SCHAEFER,
The Druggist
- -
Headquarters for
Moth Paper,
Powder, and
Tar Balls.
Roach Bait,
Sticky and Poisonous
Fly Paper.
a?
7"
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r
5'
...115-
San Antonio Street,
BRONSON BLOCK.
v'M f t-
SEAMON
Laboratories
Corner
Stanton and St. Louis Sts.
El Paso, Tex. P. 0. Box 97.
Ail kinds of assaying and chemical work
Act as agent for shippers of ore to Smel
ters. Correspondence solicited.
LongwelTs Transi&r.
I am now prepared to do all kinds of
Transferring of Freght, Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Safe Moving s
Specialty.
Headquarters at El Paso Stables.
All orders promptly attended to
Phone No. 1.
Jos- T. Hionorwell.
L G- FOSTER.
ATTORNEY- AT-L W.
Special attention given to Real Ee
f ate and Probate Law. Will prac"
In all the courts.
ROOM 8, MUNDY BLOCK.
ET. PASO. - - TEX
J,C. Ross&Co.,
Undertakers and fatoerS'
401 EL PASO ST.
Every requisite for Funerals. Every
thing Satisfactory.
Office 'Phone ail.
Napoleon J. Roy,
The Fashionable Tailor.
Sheldon Block - - Opposite Poitoffice.
A. H. WHITMER, D. D. S.
Dentistry in all Its branches.
Office Over Santa Fe Ticket Offioe
lay
Residence 183. A

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