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209 EL PASO STREET, EL PASO, TfcXAS. BEST RESTAURANT IN CITY. ALL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON. RHOUIjAR DIJST1STH3R. IS TO S J' OPEN DAY AND NIGHT v uitra m ao PROP3 woo moo sinto, wtaR SOMETHING NEW YE3; -A.TiIi 1ST El W! At SPRINGER'S. All of our old stock was burnt end must have new Roods to take their place. T- EL IP ROUGHER, BHirxiitAire, Orookery ND Carpets Bum Antonio Street. I. SOHLINGEE, ISNew York Tailor -MAKWR OF- -Stylish, Perfect AT LOWEST PRICES. Work spaks fo" itelf One trial will convince you. THE STAR LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES. Corner West Overland and Santa Je Street. -THK ONLY MORGUE IN THE CITY. HOUCK & DIETER, IMPORTERS and JOBBERS FINE WINES AND WHISKIES AGENTS for 213 El Paso St. 3H3 Gives the si-: FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS, AND SELLS AT THE LOWEST. Try Him - - - 116 Oregon Street. Fine Merchant Tailoring, And. (4ents' FunrisMng Goods. 1M Bit. PASO STREET, Link Restaurant, SIB El Paso Street. A First-Class Short Order House. Onoeti Dny and ISTiffht. Emerson & Berrien tfwvwa if rrtO UHULKIAhXtO 324 & 326 El Paso St. Phones 71, 68, & Hearse and Carrlares Furnished: J. R. McGIBBON, SOB El Paso Street, Opera House Block. New and. Second-hand Knrnitnre STOVES, ST. CLAIR STEE L RANGES, CROCKERY, LAMPS. GLASSWARE, ETC. Refriorerators Cheap in "rrtrr to Close Out. i His Work His Reference.' j Milne, The Inimitable T SIGN WRITER 117 SAN FRANCISCO St. Signs ..Of Every Description.. Finest Work. Lowest Prices. Whooping; Cough. I had a little boy who wm nearly desd from an attack of wboopln sr cough. . My neighbors recommended Chamber lain's Cough remedy. I did not think that any medicine would help him but after g vlnar blm a few does of that remedy I noticed an improvement, and one bottle cured him entirely. It is the best cough medicine I ever bad in the house. J. L. Moore, South Bur ppus town, Pa. For sale by all drug gists. Orawtai. Ia at Smith's Creamery. Fitting Clothes 305 1-2 San Antonio St. Phone 82. J. CALDWELL, Prop. Caldwell Undertaking Co. 806 S. El Paso Street, The Leading Undertakers, Phone 107 and 92. CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT J. E. NAG LEY. Manager WILLIAM J. LEMP BREWING OO.. 8t. Louis. MoJ PAB8T BREWING CO.. Milwaukee. Wis. EI Paso, Texas. Highest Price EL PASO TXXAS ? 198 -TUE- NEW MEirO RAILWAY COAL CO. CONSTRUCTING EI Paso S NortheasterD Ry. AND, Fl Pa o k NirtWste-n R. R, To accommodate the public, -will carry freight and passengers on its construc tion trains to and from the end of its track. Commencing May 16,trains will leave F.l Paso at 7:30 A. M., and return'ng will leave end of track at 2:30 P. M., making close connection with stages to and from Alamogordo, La Luz and Tu larnsa daily. Pas-enters can now make tbe tbrouch trip to or from La Luz the same day. i A. 8. GREIG, General Superintendent. I have been a sufferer from chronic diarrhoea ever since the war and have u?ed all kinds of med'eines for it. At last I found one rem dy that has been a success as a cure, and that ! Cham berlain's Co! 1c, Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy. P. E. GriBbam, Gaars Mills, La. For sale by all drueerlsts. So. Pac Co. to Klondike. Tbroup-h tickets via San Francisco, Seattle or Portland. Rates of fare, and freight and general information furnished on application or by mail. T. E. Hunt, Commercial Agt. Shel ton Howe. One of the prettiest weddings 1 Paso baa seen for many a day took place last night at the First Presby terian chorob, when Miss Marie S bei too and Mr. Waiter iiowe were mar ried. The body of the church was festooned with earlaod4 of green, with white and yellow haviitr a cooepicuous part in the oeorat ons by way of relief, in he frui ti'f the church there was a arve curtain of grtea picked out in h te roses, over whioi was a shield with the monogram 'S. H." in white and Yellow. Th chu ch was crowded by th ) time t e bridal &n pp..rea isar. uoe entered with R chard Burgees as best man. accompanied hy Messrs. iawtoo, Henry Crpenitr, E gar 6he tun, Jos- eon William-, and W It am LSrown. All the men were in eteniog dress, wi h wh 1 1 kii nlovef. Then followed the bridesmaid". Miss es jLeila T umbull, Klor nee Brll, atid Pansy Lojmis t'ite'htr( then Misses Kate Moore and Nancy Beal'. The 'r desmaids wore low necked gowns of pale yellow orgnndie over burnt or 4nre. with many daioty ruffles across. the front, edged with purple baby rib bon. Following the maid came the maid f bon, Ms Ethel Shell n, sister of the bride, wa'kini; a'oae. See wore a situD e bi&rh necked crown of white or ifanuie witti.vfllow ribbons and sash. The lovely bi ide, leaning on her fath r's srm, came in then. Her beautiful wt-ddin gown was t-t cream colored satin, with a tr n and a veil of - ti 11 -rimmed with orange blossoms. She i.,a-rii-d a b uquet of brids's rose The servi so was prouo'inced in a clear voice by Rsv. Mr. Moo-e. wbile Mrs. V.-s p ajed the wedding music After the knot had b-en tied, the bridal party ai.d a number of Jn iraate fr ends were entertained at the home of the bride's parents. Tbe rsidence was beautifully de corated with flower, yellow and white Dredomlnatinc The bride stood in the bav window uodtr a canopy of living green, and gracefully received her mny friends. Refreshments were servd in the dintoe room. The table was decorated with tmUax and cut Bowers. The wedding presents were displayed in another room There were mny very co-tly and beau'iful el't, including a chest of silver, hand painted china, bronzes, cut glass, and linen. Misses Mggie Martin and Alma Jones served lemonade punch on tbevertnda. Tbe evening was mo-t pleasantly spent, and the party did not disperse until a late hour. Alamogordo. Yesterday while the Herald's man was on h s rounds he ca'led at the of fice of General Maoagrer Gregg to see what was goin? on up tbe road. When be went in Mr Greev held up a bunch of telegrams and said, "Look at this." On b-ir.g a-ked what they were he said, "They are bids on lots in our town of Alamogordo. This was quite a surprise to us as we are not going to try to have a boom up there, for we don't want one; what w want is a fteadilv erowinir town " The reporter asked if those messages would be given ny preference Over tbe bidders in El Paso aDd he was inrormed tnat mey would not, that every one would have a fair chance to buy on June 7th. Human Contrariness. "Wonderful how a sense of duty in terferes with what had before been a pleasure and a luxury," remarked a third avenue man to his doctor toe other day. r When strawberries were a ret on tbe marnet and soiling a na vara prices, my folks just couldn't do without tbem, acd insisted on having them In plenty right up to a week ayo." 'What brought about the change?" "You did. When I told you that my wi'e and three girls were all feeling a little under tbe weather, you said h-it it was due to tbe changeable spring, and. among other things to d me to give tnem plenty or straw per ries. I mentioned it to thm, and from that time to this they have re garded strawberries as a medicine. One quart was oh the table for three meals and then my wue naa tnem 8 tewed to prevent their spoiling. Still they did cot go. and tbe wasnerwoman final y disposed of them at one Bitting I'll bet If tou had said that they'd bet ter leave strawbprr'es alone they would have eaten half a bushel a day." Le- troit Free P ess. She Paralyzed 'Em. Counsel: "What is your age, mad- Witnes": "Forty-Feven, sir." Counsel: "Married or single?" Witness: "Sinarle. I never bad an off r of marriare in my life, and if it t of any int-re-tt to the court I don't mind saying tbat I have worn fa'se hair for naMy 30 veas." Counsel: "Hem! "That is an, mad am. There is no use tryine sn' are tne di-et testimony of so truthful a wo man as you are " Tit-Bi's. The mystery of life and death haa puz zled many a wise man. The alchemists of old searched in vain for some combination of drags that would prolong life indefinite ly. Common sense, chemis try and medical science have combined in this are ta show man the way to a long and healthy life. Common sense teaches that a man should not over-work or over-worry ; that he should take ample time for his meals, for resting and for recreation and sleep; that he should not neglect the little ills of life, because they are the precursors of serious and fatal maladies. Chemistry has enabled men to make combinations of drugs that were im possible in the days of the alchemists. Medical science has taught when, how and why these combinations of drugs should be used. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery is the most valuable of all health restoring: medicines, and the most effective. Its first work is npon the fountain-head of life the stomach. A man who has a weak and impaired stomach and who does not Eroperly digest his food will soon find that is bloo. bas become weak and impover ished, and that his whole body is improp erly and insufficiently nourished. This medicine makes the stomach strong, facil itates the flow of digestive juices, restores the lost appetite, makes assimilation per fect, invigorates the liver and purifies and enriches the blood. It is the great blood maker, flesh-builder and nerve tonic It makes men strong in body, active in mind and cool in judgment. It does not make flabby fat, but solid, muscular flesh, nerve force and vital en ergy. All medicine dealers sell It. J. W. Jordan, Esq., of Corbin. Whitley Co.. Ky.. writes : " About two and a naif years ago I was taken with severe pains in the chest, be gan to spit up blood, was troubled with aight weata and was so short winded that I could hardly walk half a mile Tried Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and have improved both in strength and weight." The-medicine dealer who urges some substitute ia thinking of the larger profit ka'U auki and met of yojir best gead. Yard Foreman Webster of the T. P. Is on the sick list. The G. H. boys are talking np a "hay ride" for next Tuesday night Riot-dan's gang of 20 men bave been nusy tbe past lew days repairing .the S. P. yards. Business Is very light on the T. There are but very few oars in the Paso yards. The S. P. depot at Edua, Texas, is completed and is said to be a very neat ly constructed structure. Tbe G. H. pay car arrived yester day and tbe sleepy boys or the , aaj previous were an wine awaice. The tenth annual convention of the Amerloan Railway Accounting officer- is beiog held in Atlantic City. J. D. Martin, a T. P. switchman whr has been on the sick list for severe days. past, reported for work yesterdsj at noon. Tha aati.n niaa ksntAinMlt tha let. reiio oi tne late lamenreu western joint tramo oureau. is no more, itnavioe died May 31st. Work on the tub of the White Oak water tank commenced yesterday. Ac- oo diog to calculai ions it will be ready for ute in about two weeks. Qan T .ii 1 a TAmnlnn. AlMnlutntt among friends in Ei Paso to-day. H f 1 I . rf-M . . I is on oil way so jxatuaaa viby on Busi ness. Engineers on the T. P. have been notified to blow the engine whistle at the Myrtle Avenue crossing. "Violat ors of this order will be dealt with se verely," is the wording of the notion. The traffic managers of the south western lines are in aession lnCbica ao today, and the suppos tion is tbat the cutting of rates will be stopped, the old rates restored and made more binding. The S. P. had two switch engines at work yes erday and still some say that business is dull wef-t of here. All of the boys kick some of tbe time, but it seems as if some of tbe boys kick all of the time with due apologies. E. O. Hopkins, receiver of the Peo ria. Decatur & Evansvllle Railroad, made a report for April in tbe United State court. Tbe total receipts were $215 0C9.49,and the total disbursement I196.130.98. A balance of $18,838.51 re mained In tbe treasury on April 30tb. The railroads of Pennsylvania have entered into an agreement not to issue any free transporta ion on aceounl of republican convention which Is to be he d at Harrisburg on June 2d. The ao'ion is causing considerable ' a is atisfaction among the politicians. And why shouldn't it? , E E S'rrine, general ' freight and passenger agent of the Sontbern Pact do, is in tbe city today, hustling as usual. Mr. Sirrine is returning from a business trip to the Pacific coast. He is a pleasant man to meet, an in teresting talker and no doubt a sno- eesful pusher for business. Tucson citizen. The chances are good for a delav on the new G. H. and S P. roundhouse. There is brick enough to last on'y a tew more days ana as the El faso Briok company bave no more brink on hand a delay in the work of construct ing tbe new roundhouse is inevitable. The fault Is said to be with the brick company, owing to some misunder standing. A ho'sting machine was in the T P. yards yesterday afternon. It is one of the heaviest machines of tbe kind manufactured, and was made - by tbe Murray Iron works, of Burlington. Iowa. It has been inspected by tbe Mex'can custom bouse official and will be taken to tbe mines in Mexico. It will probably be taken across the river tomorrow. Engine No. 19 of the T. P. which has been in the repair shops at B r Springs, will be here .in a few days, used up in the latest syl. As she is a switch engine she will be received with a "hurrah" by the yard men. as tbey have been switching with a heavy road engine for the past few weeks. As son as the 19 arrives, No. 10 will be taken there for a general overhaul log. One car of lumber went north on tbe White Oaks road yesterday mornioc- and several more oars will tro north in a few days. Tbe lumber is billed to Aismosrordo, where a buildin? boom is predict' d as soon as the rosd reach es there, which will be In about one week. There is plenty of coal, rleb ore. end lumber to be had in that vicinity and a big rush is expect ed. Foreman A. S. Johnson with his crew of seven men, assisted by several Mexicans, are busy reconstructing the telegraph line In the T. P. yards. Mr Johneoa says they are repairing tbe line to the 3. P. track, a distance of one mile and a half. The poles are all forty feet in length and the wire . is made of the best quality of copper. Mr. jonneon ana nis crew are from Marshall, Texae, and are T. P. em ployers. In speaking to a representative of the Texas Railway News, Mr. E. P. Turner, general passenger agent cf tbe Texaa'Mnd 1-acio o road, sa'd: ''During the first four months of tbe current year, passenger earnings bave increased uuu.uu over throe for tbe same period of 1897. We are building chair cars as rapidly as possible to be nut on all trains from .New Orleans to El Paso; in fact the Texas and Pacific s going to make such improvements in service, road-oeds and in other ways that will place this road second to none." A few colored people went east on yesterday's T. P. train and, of course, a number of El Paso's colored aris tocracy went to the depot to see tbem off. Bllng women, of course they all went into the oar. and when tbe train started thev were still there. Tbe en gineer received bis signal to leave and he started, to leave in a hurry. Tbe cene that fillowed can better be Imagined than desoribed. There were colored people . scattered all ilong the track for a hundred yards from the starting point. Thev jumped off, fell er "any eld way" to get off, and there were some very narrow eseapes from icjury. A part of a decision rendered by the Indiana supreme court under the em ployer's liability law, a note concern ing which was printed in this column Tuesday, was mi-understood by some of the railroad boys. The para?rapn is here reprinted in such a way as to make it more clearly understood: "Tbe court also holds, tbat (1) an agreement ty an employe tbat ti e acceptance of b-nefltfroma relit f fund created by the contribution of a ra'Jroad company md its employes shall operate as release of claims for damage?, ' and (2) the subs qunt .acceptauce cf such benefit?, constitute no defence to an action against a rail read or other company under tbe employer's liabili ty act. A co itrict, though sot strict 'y opposed to tbe general rules of pub lic policy. Is lnva id li it lsdirtctiy prohibited by a positive statute." - There are a few unfortunats victims of the "railway blacklist 8y-tem" in El Paso, and one of them tod ly took tne pains to reiate to a reporter tbe cause of h s present uap easitnt coodi non. it seemed, inata, straaga tea a man with a family oependitig upon uia labor should be made tbe v.cticu of a poweri.il corporation, so tne report er started out to ascertain some lacs regard lug the applica. ion of this ap parently cruel 8 s em. J. no nrd eaileman interrogated - was a re' ired cooduo or, and said in plain lan guage: "It is an outrage oo humanity tod should be abol.ebeu o, law u pos sible. It is a dangerous weapon to place In the bands ol any man. 1 nave railroaded fifceea years of my life and lave sean officials, by tbe aup.icit on ol this system ruin home alt r tu rn jaet to satisfy some pe ty spi e." The next gentleman questioned was an en gineer of twelve years' experience; he ia now comfortab y estab.isbed in busi oessaod spoke freely. He said: "1 have never known it to be of great oeneflt to any railroad compaay, but. on the other hand, 1 bare known it to make a great maty crii-lnoli and piupers. wnen an omiai drives a man, not only out of his employ, -but makes it impossible for him to get em ployment on aoy road In the United 3ta es, nine times out of ten the black listed man will become dtsprate, at.d bis downfall, in my estimation, li-s at e door sometim s of a hasty official, believe it ehoulj ba abolished at the earliest possible date.'.' The Dirty Streets. The street cleaning matter is beirtr alsed about all over town, and it win continue to be talked about for years to come. But what tbe people want is bat something be done, and dne qmckly. Tbe Heralds reporter walked up to a p rty of three men on tne street yesterday afternoon snd they w re ta king about street clean- og. Oaesud: "I think tbat the wa ter wsgoo sprinkling buslnt-ss should be pushed to the fullest ext nt first, before anything else." Another one of them sa'd: ' I am as much in favor of sp inkling as you are, but now that tbe city council at its last meeting turned the alley cleaning over to the lty scavenger why not take one of the cty's teams with an extra msn and keep the streets and gutters that are in tbe business part of town clcan? Jus' ooic at all that paper and filth tbat ought to be taken out at least twice a week." Should be Stopped. The Herald's man was stopped on the strettytsterday by a San Actoni . tree t merchant who said: "Now, isn't the odor that we have from tr at aloon slop pleasant to tDe tmell? That certainly ought to be stopped." What caused tnis remark wai tbat a negro porter from one of the saloons bad just emptied a bucket of old stale beer and otter refuse from the bar. it, to the street and gutter. Now this slop is sometb log that should be empt elin tbe fewer snd carried off, rot thrown out in our ?tr ets so that it smells to heaven. 1 he streets are not a proper dumping place for this stuff, and tbe practice should be stopped at once. Aug. J. Bogel, the leading drneelst of Sbreveport, La., says: "Dr. K ng'e New Discovery is the only thing that cures my cough, and it is the b st seller have.' J. F. Campbell, merchnt of Ssfford, Ariz , writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery all that is claimed for it; it never f ila, and is a sure cure for Consumption, Coughs snd Colds. I car nut say enough for its merits." Dr. Kng's New Discovery for Con sumption, Coughs and Colds is nt an experiment. It bas been tried for a quarter of a century, and today stands at the bead. It never disapp' in's. Free trial battles at W. A. Irvin &Co Wholesale and Re'ail Drug Store. 1 DR. O. REGISTER, Chief Consulting Physician to the New Cure Medical and Surgical Institute of Hot Springs, Ark., has permanently located in fii feso on account of climatic advantages. In offering his professional services to the pubteu.he lavsiclaim to two medical diplomas, go d medals for excellency in medical studies, two years' experience and association with emineDtspecialists in Philadelphia and New York cities. Also, nve years' association and exper ience with leading specialists at Hot Springs, Ark. He is discoverer and perfectorof New Cures tor Diseases of Women and the originutoe of a new System of treatment for L1 isaes of the Blood, Tumors, Ulcers, Cancers and Scrofula, and all Inflammatory Conditions of the Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat. DR. PEGISTE maintaios tbat in this advanced age of medical skill acd discoveries, every phyeician who has made imp rtant discoveries or is in possession of special skill and advan tages, should make it known throueh the public prints. His extensive experience, with tbe aduan'age of com bined skill from his associates, guaran tees to sufferers in El Paso and vicinity the very best treatment kt own to med ical science All Sufferers from a-, y cause should call in person or write and iret an honest expert opinion. Afflicted women are especially request- edto inve,tigate Dr. Register's new cure for their sex, A home treatment. I References to cores of prominent , ii .u o .v. 'D"XTor,Tr4'Urr;rT;y , Will XT CWHJ, WHOULllAllUit IXVIiCi. OFFICE:- FREUDENTHAL BLOCK, Upstairs. Cor. ElPaeo & Stn Franc'sco Sts. Opp. Grand Central Hotel. Hours: 9 a. m. to 12 1 to 8 p. a. m., 2 to 4, and SOUTHERN PACIFIC. Morgan Line. tt "SUNSET ROUTE." tt The Morgan Sunset Southern Pacific steamers will continue to run between New York and New Orleans, md 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 i ouisvilie & 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 tne service win oe un broken, cars running through without transfer where prac ticable, thus insuring - fast time. The Mai lory steamship line has discontinued for present plying between New York and Galveston. ShioDers 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 Line, El Paso, Texas. Texas & Pacific EXCURSIONS. "No Trouble to Answer Questions." El Paso to Dallas and return J nne II and 13, good returning until June SO. f ll.fO. Ac count Imperial Council Noblea ol tbe Mystic tihrinn. El P so to Dallas and return Slav 26 and 27, good returning U' til Jane 8, t36.80V Ac count commencement exerciser of uie var ious colleges In Dallas md Oalc Cliff. Kl Pa o to Omaha. Nab., and return wit 27 and 28, good returning for ten days from aate or issue; continuous pataage eacn airec tlon, f37.U5. A. count meeting of Xraveleia' Protective as -of 1 fl n. Ei Paso to McKlnner. Texas, and return Ju e 1 and 2, good returniog until June 10, enabling ourciases to attrnd Christian En deavor mee lng at Dallas, S18.60. Account tie era' Con vent to CI istian Churches El Pftso to H ' Springs. Ark., - and turn June 14 to n.lncl slve; certificate plan.S3S.0o. Accou t ituoreme ixidee. Kblgnts or Honor of tbe World. fc.1 Paso to Brenn-tn. Texas, ana return .la e IR, 20, t-nd 21, good returning until June 27. $18.60. Account 8tte Convention B. Y. . U. El Paso to Waco and return June 1 and a good ret 'i mi g until June lo, S25 35. Account colored State Educa local convention ad commencement exercises Paul Qulnn col- t-i faso to Dana ana return June ana good returning June 10.S1A.40. Account Y. P. S. Christian Endeavor convention. El Paso to Austin ar.d return Jure 10. 11. ai d 18 good returning until June 18, tSSLOO, Acc unt University commencement. El Paso to Cisco and return Mav St and 23. 30. Good until May HL Account District Con fere, ce M. E. church. Tourist Cars from Kl Paso font. Lou la. vl Texarkana to St. Louis, every Wedresday, aid via Ft. Worth and Kansas Cltv to Chicago every 1 burs jay. These cars are Clean, Well Furnished and ool; especially adaoted to Summer gravel. Look out for rates In this nam,, account American Medical Association. Denver. CoU: Confederate Ke-union, Atlanta, Ga., in July; national caucationai Association, Washing ton, 1. C, in July; Otorlstlan Endeavor, Nash ville. Tenn., In Julv: Knights Templars, Dal las, in June. Tickets are now en sale from Kl Paso to Mineral We Is the Oreat Texas Health Re sortat 834.60. good for sixtv davs from date of sale. For other laformarlon inquire of A. W. MONTAGUS. Depot Ticket Agt., or B. F. UAUursniKK, Southwestern Freight and Passenger Agent, No 117 Ei Paso Street. El Paso, Texas. Dr. King SP CI a LIST Freodrnthal : Blotl. (Upstairs ) Corner El Paae and an Francisco -at HOUBSt a m to 6 D. aa. Night hours: I tot Consul atioD Fret, r ata nnu ffe have placed In our of- uninnnn aetneLA tTEdT and moat MODERN APPLIANCES for the TREAT. MENT of CATARRH, LUNG and BRONCHIAL Diseases- By our mealatlon process the med scln comes in ACTUAL contact with the dl ieased parts and wiien our i reatmeot la car rled out we aoiRinu a CURB In each case accepted for treatment. W F P I ! R F SPECIAL DI8VA8ES of VEN, VV C UUnr. Nervous nebUlty, KIDNEY and URINARY Dtaeaaes, PILES, 8TBICTUK BLOOD POISON s5ftHtfiS; CURED without aae useo Mercury. W R I T F" for symptom Blanks if livlni "111 I l awav from city. Oases success fully treated through our perfect system of Mall Treatmen Address: Da KING St CO.. El Paso, Texas. Santa Fe Route List. Excursion ANNUAL MEETING AMERICAN MEDIC AL A 3.N., Denver, Colo., June 7-1S. Tickets on sale June 4tb and 6th. 30 80, good for e turn ten days r m date of sale. Colo.-Utah lin s have announced rate of one fare to all points lu Colorado, also Salt Lake and Og- BIENNTAL MEETING FEDERATION r9 EJ"'9, CL,UUS- .Denver Colo.. SI-SB. JStff- HEAS1DE EXCURSION -.during ji'ne. July nd A8' to Los Ange e. Kedondo Beacn, Santa Monica, an-1 Sun Diego. Tickets on ?Ll' f very Thursday. Bound trip I40.00. Goes to return in DOdavi NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASS'N., Wa hir.gton, D. O.. July 7-1S Tickets on sale Juiy z-a-4. Kate will b advertised in- next I'i'cuiar. -nau'i lorit. Low round trip r.-.tes will be In effect to all points, during the months of June, Jnly, and August. It's a pleasure toui'O give you r tes, and a) I necessary information, at City ticket oflice or depot. J. s Mnnpisriw F. B. HOUGHTON, City Ticket Agent. 1 General Agent. "W&LLU VAKUO BCILS1H0." Horace B. Stevens. Real Estate AND Insurance Agt. FOB SALE: HOUSE of 17 rooms, centrally looated, .-. fer lodgintr. Ample ground to en , large. Will be sold lor law than improvement coat, HOUSE of 5 rooms, with . lave light basement, on Myrtle arenas. ON Myrtle a venae, oerner,1 SSxlSO t, ior eoou. ON Saint Louis St., 94i fsst,near Pier- eon uotei. 50x120 fset, on North XI Paso St, FOR RENTt 2 STORES oi. Cegon St., sWMslto Park, 22x00 fest tsth. 1 STORE, 605 South El Paso at ' $12.50. ON June 1, new nonse of 14 rooms la worth - Oregon St. Hultablo for boarding or two familiss. 3 STORES in "Sheldon Blook.' FLAT of furnished rooms for light housekeeping. - 601 MagofllA. . I Solicit Collection of Rents and make no charge ? for Advertising. 12 LE'D'NQ FiR INSURAMO COMPANIES REPRESCNTKD. Lowest rates. . Fair treatment Horace B. Stevens, Real Estate and Insnr- ance Agent. F SCHAEFER TheDrttggiflt Headquarters for a Moth Paper, Powder, Tar Balls. 4 y Roach Bait, r Stickv i and Poisonous riv raper. 115- 5 4r San Antonio Street, BRONSON BLOCK. Longweli's Tramrlor. I am now prepared, to do ail kinds : of Transferring of Preght, Light and Heavy Hauling. Safe Moving a Specialty, lleadqnarters at El Paso Stables. All orders promptly attend ad tax Phone No. 1. t Q- FORTF.R, ATTORNEY-AT-L W. Special attention given to Real : Bs ate and Probate Law. Will ptas n all the courts. ROOM 8, MUNDY BLOCK. ET. PASO, - TEXAS. Napoleon J. Roy, The Fashionable Tailor. SUM- r-s a fl'f p-.-- uataseeai , 1 f he NatioIs, - Bn3(liD! 2 Vs TAKV8 VSXtl BOBI tl : A 7a One of the latest etruatusee of at. , t J Krauae AtchrMek. Tha baS bmlld- ? (a lnga In the city, both public and prt-" A V vate, are of my deslgas.-Qet com- f a petition and save money. Corns aad . JV V see me if you talak of boUdiag. ' V E. KRAUSE. S g Room 65 Sheldon Blsok A g EL PASO, - - - - TEXAS. ?( I JeC ; Ro ss &Co., X Undertaken and hh i 4 40I EL PASO ST. -V Every requisite for Funerals. Xvery- T A ttaiag Betlsfactory. A