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EL PASO HERALD.
Truth, Liberty, Love of Country. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1898. eilRUNHCD EVERT EVEICINe Except Sands y J. A. SMITH, General Manager. H D. SLATER, Managing Editor. H. I CPELL, Business Manage". Kale rail at the poatofflea at Bl Paso. Tuu, mall matter of the eeoond Claaa. TEIui OF UMORIPTION. OAUy, oae J O uiv. sis m-wrths.. Otlly, thr months . I If u iiy one dm - - an .sec 1 ar rieklyone setr.. Vsekiy aiz vn tba... STieklytferet oaths.. JY OARRIk.. tr tha ait.t BniiB la dallvered by earrlai in El iaao Texas and Jnarea, at exioo, at 11 eeate per week, or 60 ceata per month. tabacrtbera falling . get Ta HluWNf ..arlyor promptly sb- aid notify In His '.D bnelaoea office (not tba carrier) to orde o receive Immediate attention. Telephone Ho. 11. AOVKRnaiKO RATCC Km tea of advertising la the Daily or Weekl edition made known oa application- at tat a tbllcatlon office. Or ring: up telephone num- r 115. and a representative of the baalnee. dtoartment will oall and quote prleea aaO v jnarect for apace. Locaia ceata per lino In every lnataao far flnt Insertion, and keen te per line for eacl ad tltlooal tnaertlon. Lesal notices of every 4 ascription II par eb each maertioa. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Tea Hmub tally prepared to do all ktndeof plain and fancy Job printing In all the lateat styles. Work perfectly and promptly done. fHB WKATHKR Oimn tTAraa wurm Bvaaao i CX Paso, Texaa, Jane S. 188. X ocal Time itM a. m B trometar. SB 81 T lermometor B" D rectloa of wind N. W Vlooityof wind pr hjnr.... . T Wher Clear Rain St hoar Unahaeand hundredth) 0 H hat temneratare laatM boara St It aetnnoratnre laetSi houre.... . ...U Arrival and Departure of TraJ", Houataln (El Paao) Standard time. A rrtvee. Leave. T. Ac P. 10:06 a. m . 1:10 p. m. G. H. dc 8. A. i:lft p. m --1:60 p. m. 8. P.. weat 1:30 p. tn ' a: 16 p. m. A. T. a m. F... 0:150 . m.- i.9:B0 a. m Mexican Central. 7:36 p. m. ,, ,, 1:40 p. m. K "eo N. n- 7:00 p. m ,T:ao a. m K. u. b. m. at tr R. O. 8. M. A p. Leavee J a ares at 8:10 a m. Arrives Jiareaat:S9 p. m WOTICB5 TO THal rUBUO. Adt evrone-tna refloct'on nron the eher- actr, standi g, or re atatlo- of any perann. firm, r orp ratlo-, or any mitateme t of f -ct. which may annea In the e tnmnsof tn' Bbald, l I be g adly c -rrected upon Its being btought to the attention or the pub la net a. The ooodltloo of tbe streets, alley. ,nd aide walks In El Paao ia dlsgraoe- ul. The Herald invitee all citizens o send to thla offioa oomplalnta of whatsoever tort bearing- on thla ques tion. Citizens are requested to use the following form in notifying; as Fill not. clip, and aend to the Herald Living and Dying Nations. From Public Oploloo. FoLowinp; is a condensation of Lord Salisbury's addresa to tba Prlmroa league, Ma? 4. Tbe speech was not re ported and on 'y a few sentences wer cabled to this country. Tbe repor' from whlihwecood dsp was printed In th London H me Nwa and u the only fall text we here seei. bi ice tbe year 1884 the year of that leanui strugririe wnion enaa in tne capture of Khrtum by tne Mthdl, th year in whi:h cir troopa bad to retire f rou Eypt and our grreat hero was morJered io. tbeiime of our opoonent inn ff llug--. of toe people nave ben stead 1 y rosfd to tbe tasw wbiotj thy bai to p- rf irm. Tnaf tlt bas be-o nnder'aken by EiiilUb officers of -ur- passing courage, te acity, andrkill, and the remit Is the sp'enud rH tO'-y hy wh en tne array or our rarazeand ba-ba-tiu-t opponent haa been dt stovel a m a, at tbe doors of bi otpltal Probably thre ta more still to look for. And when you think of the yst territories if o' aimed to oivilizatioo, when you think of the terrib a evil tbey hare extrmlna'e1 the Arab sUye-hunters, who probtb'y produced more humai misery trai a-y other huoaao mlscrant he done hef r. o tho fet'sh oreiea n Western Africa, in Ahant, and in B-nin, t which thi sword of EMfflatid baa put a fln-1 too If you think of tbose thing" yo' will reagolze that tbe work of the la?ue has not only ben oatrlotie and imperial, but thatit'ras ben ia tbe bi7het sene a supreme blessing" to the dearect int erests of mankind. I cannot mention Sir Claude Ma" Donald without referring to a matter of foreign i iterst which ha-a good deal oocup'ed attent'on during tbe last two or tbree months prhp an at tention in exeess of tbe notice tba It deserved. The Chiaota uatlea G "' ""("late.j"'" " W v Herald, El Paao. )i (Sidewalk, street, alley, (utter) . f( v In front (or rear) of 9 V (Number and Street, address la full.). V (Dirty, Broken UpJ . W V (Nam.) V been a sort of diplomatic cracker that baa prod used a great maay deteaatlons out i thioK toe smoae oi it nas now floated lnta the distance. Yet I would say one or two words respecting it, and wbat 1 wouia ask you to ao wnn re gard to it ia to do wbat we have done witn regara to oiner questions tnat i have mentioned: namely, to judge by rt suits. We appeal to tbe results, and just look what tbe results have r-en. we were oouna oy our own policy not to commence any tM -g toat con la ne called tbe dismemberment of China, but 1 have no hesuat on in saj log tbat tbe result of tbe action of others bas beeo to place us in a most advantageous p wition by havl' g obtained tbe p trt whch a e nave obtained in China. It nas enormous advantages of - its own It baa : thla . great advantage, which -bould be con ldered above all other Advantage by tt.is country In select ing tbe obj-ct of Its efforts namely, that the port of Wel-ha -ei can be de funded, and defended without difficulty, from the sea; and upon the see we fear uo oppooeut. ltis sid tbat we tave committed ao error in allowlrg Russia to go to Port Arthur. I think there is no point of policy on whlca we wrre more convinced than that no thing should Induce us to undertake the te-ponslbiiity of Port Arthur, or 0 har.d down to those wbo followed us a po-aeeaion so lull of dimcu ty, ao pregnant with cost and danger, and p 'BMssiDg so very little adantsge to conn en -ate fur the evil tbat it Inflicted upon us. I think Rus-la has made a great mistake in taxing- Port Arthur. 1 do not believe It ia any use to ber whatever; but iamqti ti sure it would have been no use to us, because, if we tad po-estd it, as soon at tbe S ber ian railway was at our doors we should bavehadtiiO maintain a lengthened, desperate, and - costly - struggle for tbat wnlcb was not worth a hundredth part of what we were spending u pon .t Then It is sa'd, "Very well, but y-m have loat prestige witb th Chtneee." rre-tige la a very powerful missile which anyb'dy oau fling in anybody lee's face; but generally, when I ree foreign newspapers telling us that England haa lost ner prest ge, it means .hat tbey want ua to axe some of tnelr ooestnuta out of tbe fire. But have we ostour influence witi theCaineae? The proof of the pudding1 is In the eat ing. We have guloed results from Coloa whloh we nave longed for for years, but have never had a chance o' gaining before. We have induced t er to open several more ports. We have induced her to promise to us prrma nentiy ao Englishman at the bed of the maritime eustoms, and we have induced btr to open a 1 tbe waterways of - the empire to JfiaglWh. boats ana Eiglisb trade. Three years ago. en such a result would have been held to be imposaib e, and that we should have been able to obtain this appear tome to oe a umclent, conclusive, flnal answer to tbo-e who Wl us tbat by recent negotiations we have lost in nuenoe or preetige with tbe tJhlnese Now, there only one thing I wish tf say more. Do not imagine tbat thi Imbroglio that haa taken place in Coin la exceptional la Its character or tbat similar things will not recur If we could look simply upon the world It presents ltseif to us, it we could merely count our colonics and our pos esslona -and -our growing enormous trade, we might, indeed, look forward o the feiture without disquietude. We anow tbat we shall maintain against all oomera that which we pis ess, and we know in spite of the jargon about aolatlou, that we are amply competent to ao bo. You may roughly divide the nations of tbe world as tbe Jiving and tbe dy .ng. Oa one aide you have great conn i lis of enormous power growing in power every year, growing in wealth growing la dominion, gro log In the oerieotioa oi toeir organ zation Railways have given to them the pow- tr to concentrate npon any one point the whole military force of their pop ulation and to assemble armies of a magnitude and power never dreamed of in tbe generations tbat have gone by l-nre bas piaoea : in tbe bands of those a-mles weapons ever growing In heir efficacy of destruction, and. there fore, adding to tbe power fear'ullv to the power oi tnose wno nave tbe op portunity oi using tbem. By the side of these sp'endid organ isations, of which nothing seems to iminlab tbe force and which present r vai claims wnicn tne future may oni be ahie by a oiooay aro rameat to ad ju-t by the aide of the-e re-e area uumoer Oi rosnmunittes wnit-n X can only describe as dying, thou h the epithet applies to them, of course, in very different aegrees ana with a very i liferent amount oi certain appllc tl n. They aro mainly commun tie- bat are not Christian, but I regret to av tbat la not exclusively the case, nd ia tbee states atsorgan:zttlon end decay are advancing almost aa fast ss oonceotra'ioa and incretsing power re advancing in tbe living nations thet statid beside tbrm. Decade after decade they are weaker, poorer, and s .provided with leading men or in etitutiona in which they can trust, ap- pr ntlv a rawing nearer ana nearer to their late ana yet clinging with strange tenao ty to the life which th have got. In tbem m sgoveroment ia not ooly not cured, but is constantly on the increase. Tbe society, and official society, the adm nlttration, is a mas of corruption, o tbat tnere ia no arm ground oa hlch any hope of reform or restora tion coulu be based, and in their vari ous degrees tbey are presenting a ter rib e picture to tbe more enlightened portion of tbe world a p cture whloh. unfortuna e'yt the increase in the means of our information and commun Icatlon draws witn aarxer and more conspicuous lineaments in the fare of all nations, appealing to their feelings as we 1 as to their interest, calling up on them to o nog lorwara a rem dy. How long tbls ttate or tniags is like ly to go on, oi coure, l ao not at- mp to prophesy. All I can indicate la that that o-oceas Is proa ed n?. than the weak sate are becoming weaker rd the strong states are becominir stronger. It needs no specialty of prop-h-cy to poin out to you what the in evitable result of that comomed p ro ues must oe. r or one reasoa or for another from the necessities of poli- i-ica or under tbe pre'eoe of onilan- thropy for oie retron or aoothtrtne living nations w 11 gradual' v enoroach on the territory of the diing, a d tbe seeds and causes of cocflict atnorg ci- viuzea nations will sn.eailv acoear. Of course, it ia not to be suppo-ed that any one nation of tbe 'iving rat on will be all wed to have tbe profitable m loopoly of curing or cutting up these unfortunate patten's and the cootro- ver-y as to wbo shall have tbe privi lege of doing so, a -d in- what mrnjr be shall do it these things n.av intro duce oauses of fatal d fferences bt--. teco the great nations whore armies i stard opposite threatening each other, t These are the dangers. I think. LI..L .1 - . . I .'auu uirwaa ui Ul luo nnou Mil 1 coming on. It ia a period which will i rouse the Uver, cure bilious tax our resolution, our tenacity, ind uu. hnadAche. dizzlneaa. la Per al lnstinetx to the Otmo-t. Tin. danhtssllv wai aball mmk alloer In.'.nH to he at disadvantage In any re-arrangement that may take place. On the other hand, we sha'l not be Jealous If desolation and sterility is removed by the aggrandizement of a rival In re gions to which our arms cannot extend. Victory For Railway Employes. - From the Chicago Inter Ocean. The railway arbit ation bill bas at 14 1 gone thiouith both houses of con gress. It had a hard struggle. Three times tbe house passed it. ard either the senate failed to pass it at all or psseed it witb amendmonts in wbicb tbe house would not concur. Eventual ly a motion to concur in tbe senate amendments was brought, to a square vote, by yets and nays. There was no longer aoy chance to dodge. So tbe heuse concurred, with only four dissenting votes Tbe loog agony is over, and organized railway labor baa won a signal vie ory. The measure is called the railway arbitration bill, but tbe tit'e barely oocbe the substance of tbe measure. If b th a des to a onnt-oversy wish to i ave it to arbi ra ion, well and goo but neither can compel the other to trhitrate a dl-pute. The important bottom principle of the bills its re cognition tbe legality of.1 bororgan izations. ' Tbat recognition Is far more significant than any provision for a m-deof conci iation, mediation, and arhit- a.lon in d sputes between rail road companies and the men wbo oper ate their lines. The main practical features of tbe bill are in prohibitions. A railroad company may not compel an employe to ke- pon doing tbe work he is perr forming; employes must not be dis criminated. ag-inst because they be Irn to labor unions; tbe blacklisting of discharged emp oyes is forbidden; no employe can be compelled to contribute to a relief organ-ixa-'on, or to make any agreement that in case of injury bit damages shall be measured by tbe a-nount of money to bis oredit in such relief organization. Then too, highly Important lfmi'aMons are Imposed up on a receiver and upon a federal court operating a bankrupt railroad. Hithe- tbe courts have assumed al most unlimi ea authority In such esses. Much, if not greater part, of the il fe ling between railroad managers and employes during1 the last twenty years bas been due to the methods of courts and receivers. Toe legal status of the arbitration bill rests upon the power of congress to regulate commerce between the -tates. At first the railroad corpora tions appealed t- tbe constitutional provision in question. Then thipp-rs "ought through it protection from un just discrimination, especially in tbe case of short hauls. And n"w railroad workingmen have secured under it im portant res-r'ctloos up in the authority of those by whom they are employed It is not to be suppo-ed that this bill is a finality. It is likely to prove, rather, tbe mere beginning of a series of legislative measures on the same suhj-ct. CAN CUBA 60VERN HERSELF? A Grave Question Briefly Answered. To qu js ion whether tbe C bans can govt ru themselves, in view of uch tea t mony. is a gratuitous doubt, having no warrant in reason or hittory. Noth ing, on the o her band, Is more certain than that tbe government of one coun try by tbe sojourning na'ives of anoth er, even with the- beat of intentions, must result in in jue Ice and bad gov ernment. As for tbe blacks, they are rap.dly disappearing, ad must noon cease to be a cause of any future race prejudice. Tbe ranks of tbe Cuban a' my are of aa average ln-ellitfence abi vethatof the Spar ih population, wniub la fearfully Ignorant and cred ulous. Toe Cubans have not been a turbu lent people. Though their history has been a loogser.es of - revolution, they have never resorted toarmsuntllevery oeaceful means of redress hd be n tried. In those brief Intervals of peace wol'-h have eomet met vis t- d tbe is land, Cubans have sou.ht to effect, by oont-tltu ional agitation, the reforms of exist ng abu-ea. Such a' tempts have never at any time succeeded l nre are blgber questions, too. to be coneideied. There is no whining tone in tbe indomitable self-reliance of the Cuban leaders. Moving freely over three-quarters of tbe Island, tbey have kno k. d at tbe very gatoa of Havana: tbey have held in check a foroe out numbering their own at all times three or four to one, cooped up in their forti fied towns. Tbey die, too, with cries for Cuba free, as they did in tbe t n years' war the thought of independ ence last in their hearts and on t eir ips. Tbeir unoooqu r.be souls go fortfi to tbat freedom they could not w'n on th-ir narrow stretch of earth Love of liberty la the surest guarantee of trt preventative government; tbat these men have given to the wor;d tbe purest example ti such devr t'on that his'ory has known p-oves them fit for self government. Joseph Dana Miller, in vioaey s magazine lor June. M. Hanotaux on Anolo-Atnerlcan Alliance. A Paris special to the New York Journal eavs: M. Hanotaux. tbe French minister for fore gn affairs, receive! tbe corre spondent today for ti e purprse of re ply wg to cittci-msof tbe attitude of France toward tbe present impressive movement rr a moral alliance be tween Great Britain and the United States. M. Hanotaux' mastetful pri t on in the French government at pre sent lends unusual we ght and interest to his words, for he ia a statesman wbo does no-, speak until be has considered well what, be has to say. "1 see no reason tt onje"t," he said, to an alliance moral or otherwise be tween England and the U'tl ed States Such an a'ltanc will rot nece ar v mili'a'e sgaii st. French ion rest-; it but be conductive to the preservat on of peace France is very fri ndly to thi Untt'd States aod not at enmitv ith Eogl-n1. Why He MeasareJ the Distance., A Prospec. (Me ) correspondent co- - tributes tbls a com t of tbe discom fiture of a would be smart young law yer, who finally ,io a case of aeaultand ttery, asked an old man of the Ti. i- nlty at what distance he was from the par tes when the aoeault hspp-nf d. J ust lour reet five inches and a half." answered the witners. "H w cameycu to be eo exact?" ask ed tbe counsel. tS'-oauee l expected some fool or other to ask me and ao I measured it." Augusta, (Me.) Journal. I InlOOdl a., 1... .1.. -a. Pills sew elomaah. emitttion. ete. Mae tf eanta. Bald ay all oranriate. i ay Democratic Unity. New Orleans, states BenW Mr. Champ Clark, of Missouri, a putative democrat, said a few days ago in the bouse to tbe republicans: "W took you by the throat and dragged you Into it; it Is our war; tbe democrats have a ri?bt to cl lm the war, with the populists, and su h republicans aa are democrats in almost everything." Lord pity the poor old dtmociaio party; every crank and pollt cal -outcast and self aeeking demagogue pre tends to represent it. Mr. Champ C ark may represent bis own spurious breed of democrats,bnt be does not represent tbe type to wbich we Deiong ana which sprung from the teaching of the great leaders and patriots of the earlier republic. The American Navy, Cuba and Hawaii A portfolio, in ten parts, sixteen views in each part, of the finest half-tone pictures of tbe American navy uuoa and Hawaii, has just been Issued by a Chicago publishing house. Xbe Atcbisoo Topeita x sama e railway bas made arrangements for a special edition for the benefit of its pa trons, and a specimen copy can be s en at the local ticket office. Single parts may be had at ten cents each, tbe full set, one hundred and sixty p'ctures, costs but one dollar. Subscriptions for the set may be left witb tbe agent. In view of tbe present excitement re garding Cuba these pictures are every timely. 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El Paso to Santa Kosalia, Mexico: First olaas fare S2i, Mexican money, Tickets good for 90 days. Stop over allowed. Sierra Madre Line to th Yaqol Sold Fields Take the R. O., S. M. & P. By for Casas Grandes, San Buena bentura, and tbe Yaqul gold fields- Trains leave Ciudad Juarez Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8:10 a. m. Arrive Ciudad Juarez Tuesdays, Tk.J. - C3-H e on . Mexico City time. Depot opposite Mexican uentrai passenger depot. J. T. Logan, Gen'l Traffic Agent. Seaside Excursion. Thursday My 28th the "Stnta Fe Route" will sell tit-keta to Los Angeles Kedondo Beach, Santa Monica and San Diego, with a return limit of nine ty days, for 860.00 Call at oity ticket office, or depot F. B. HOUGHTON. General Agent, Blissful Ignorance. Miss Biaokleigh (looking at her photograph): should like to know what people aay about my picture." MlssDtlfey: "No dear. I don't think you would." Bolden' Positive 1 u Core, Sufferers nse it. 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Will exchange lots for 3 y improved property. Houses built to suit purchasers oa easy r terms. Call at our office in the Sheldon block. B..F. HAMMETT, Manager. iUiuuiiuuiiuuuuiUiUiaiuiiUiiiiuiuiiiiiiiuiUiUiiiiimiR TpTjrpj Tf A p Mexiean Central Ry. By this route you travel COMMODIOUSLY, QUICKLY, CHEAPLY AND SAFELY. Pullman Palace Sleepers are run between El Pao, Mexico, Guadalajara and Tampico. Por rates and other Information, apply to Q. A. MULLFR, Commercial Agent, El Paso, Texas. El Paso SADDLERY CO. .Manufacturers Saddles Harness, Wagons WHOLESALE 'ffcGTooPEfC Winchester and Marlin Rifles We handle the old reliable Cooper Wagon. Our stock of Saddles and Harness is up-to-date in style, quality and price. 27o trouble to show goods. CALL AND BE CONVINCED.... United Presbyterian NEW ORLEANS. La., MAY 19 to 81. One far 18 and 19. Good Tor return until June 4. O. W. BEIN. Traffic Manager, Houston Tax. The Host hi SUNSET lOl Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, Denver. St. Paul, Omaha, Boston, New York and Philadelphia, And allNorthernandEasteriiPoiiits THROUGH TRAINS. SMOOTH , Elegant Pullman Palace Sleepers on all through trains. Daily Tourist Sleeping cars to Denver, Kansas City and Chicago. Tourist Sleeping care semi weekly to St. Paul and Minneapolis and once each week to St. Louid St Boston. All trains not having dlnin oars atoo for meala at tha timniu vi Route, Harvey Houses. roil information cheerfully furnished, npon application to J. 8. MORRISSON, F. B. HOUGHTON, City Ticket Agent. General Agent. Office, Fargo Building, Corner El Paso and San Antonio Streets. El Paso Lime Works. A. COTTBCHESNE, Prop. i ciPAcrrr of 500 busbfls peb day. MANUFACTURERS OF Hydraulic White Lime Correspondence Solicited. CINCINNATI CHRISTIAN MOERLEIN PHIL YOUNG'S. LOOK AT Till MAP! We can Ticket i to B Hi B R. we raeukJSV'' I e nrvTie eeL I eVyWTOsr; eOpA ANY PART III THE UNITED SI A TES. Low Kmc , ELEQINT tQIH J1CNT, Fast Til iT. JtSSM, 61 fw'r adTU i, BlUiS, TQ B. F. Darbyshire, S.W.F.4P.1 OF MEXICO will tell you that all impor- tant points in Mexico are reaehed by or via and Dealers In..., Firearms and 'Ammunition. AND RETAIL. Colt Pistols. Remington Shot Guns, &c.f &c. ...403 ND 02 EL PA. SO ST Excursion Rate (SUNSET ROUTE.) General Assembly, for the round trip. Tickets on sale May 1 For full Information call on or address L. J. PARES. A. O. P. & T. A., Houston, Tex Direct Line to TRACK. FAST TIME. Independent Assay Office. Established 1888. D. VV.RECKH RT, E. M , Prop. Agot for Ore Phlppera Assays and Chem ical analvsts Mines examt- ed and reported upon. Bullion work a apool-Orp. P.O 60x88. Office and Labor" tor v: Cor. Kan Francisco and Ohlhnahna Se. EL PASO. TEXAS Newest thing in town. Prettiest wheel you ever saw.' v io IT) ARNES "The White boy." More new features than vou will find in any other hike. If want to see enameling "wht aro" enameline, see the BARNES. Niees finished wheel on tbe market. 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