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Alamogor do .. kThe New Town on the El Paso & Northeastern. s H Lots are now on sale. f g One and Five Acre Tracts for.Gardening ana r run E Growing Adjoin the town. II LOCATION IS SUPERB k?auffi g breatmngpob of tne Southwest. -IT WILL. f $30,000 Hotel-Railroad:Shops-$IOO,000 Sawmill s - aaii auu EE Headquarters of the El Paso & Northeastern Ry. STX Alamoeordo& Sacramento Mountain Ky. : JET i. New Mexico Railway & -Coal Co. SX t Alamogordo Lumber Co. - H THE COMING HEALTH RESORT OF THE WEST, g y Clear. Iry Air. Pure Mountmln Water. Even Temperature. 5 For prices of los and tracts, C S. H. SUTHERLAND, Agent, - Alamofirordo, S New Mexico. imutmuiumiutututuuuutmmmututmmutuuiuuucc SOMETHING NEW YES; -AJLjIj IsTETW! At SPRINGER'S. All . of our old stock was burnt and must have new goods to take their place. T- EL 8P RESTG-ER, njxxa.it.vir, Orookery Oarpots. Bun Antonio Street. tl' Tgag-A-S THE STAR LIVERK, IM AND SALE STABLE). Corner Wmt Overbad ana Santa fe Streets. -THK ONLY MORGUE IN THE CITY. HOUCK & DIETER, IMPORTERS and JOBBERS BINE WINES AND WHISKIES A fnrXTT'Q tYytJ WUjljlA-VL J MMP brewing oo., at. Louis. mo .VTl!iIMxO 101 pAB8T BREWING CO- Milwaukee. Wis. 213 El Paso St. El Paso. Texas S3 Gives the Highest Price FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS. AND SELLS AT THE LOWEST. Try Him - - - 116 Oregon Street lENew York Tailor -MAKER -aStylish, Perfect AT LOWEST Work speaks for itself One trial will convince vou. Washington Dining Hall. 209 EL PASO STREET, EL PASO, THIS. BEST RESTAURANT IN CITY. ALL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON. RBIGrTJXiJaJa. 3SXXTXTB1X& IS TO 8 P' . OPEN DAY AND NIGHT V" WllTOh Sm OO PROFS "WOO MOO S10. O-R. Emerson & Berrien UNDERTAKERS 324 A 326 El Paso St. Phones 71, 68, & 196 Hearse and Carriages Furnished: Pine Merchant Tailoring, And Gents' Purnishing Goods. 104 EX PABO STRICT. Link Restaurant, SIB B31 Paso Street. A First-Class Short Order House. Oxxyri Day and. !N"ig:lit. J. R. McGIBBON, 809 El Paso Street, Opera House Block. New and Second-hand Fnrnitnre STOVES, ST. CLAIR STEE L RANGES, CROCKERY, LAMPS. GLASSWARE, ETC. Refrigerators Cheap in Order to Close Out. HIVB'A - and all other particulars call on - or J. A. EDDY, Pres'dent, Alamogordo Improvement Co., - El Paso, Texas. - Phone 02. J. CALDWELL, Prop. Caldwell Undertaking Co. 806 S. El Paso Street. The Leading Undertakers, Phones 197 and 92. CALL8 ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT, J. E. NAG LEY. Manager. TON OF- Fitting Clothes PRICES. 305 1-2 San Antonio St KI PASO TXZA8 "Railroad picnics are not conducted the same in this country as they are back east," said a traveling' switch man yesterday. I at tended a railroad blow out in Denver a few weeks afro and was never more surprised in my life than I was at the seemingly pain ful Quietness which prevailed, through out the entire day. When I heard of the intentions of the railroad men to give a picnic where beer and dancing would be free, I made up my mind if I went I would have to fight, so I begun training for the event. I butted my head against a brljk wall three times a day. rolled down a steep hill every morning, threw bricks at the cats and drank all the beer my stomach would bold. I concluded on the morning of the picnic that I was in shape to meet all comers. I left for the scene of the festivities feeling so blood-thirsty that 1 was actually afraid of myself, and waited around the picnio grounds for some one to get full of fire water and challenge me to scrap. I waited and waiced but no one seemed to oe troubled with Beht on the brain, so I joined in the fun-making and laughed as long and as loud as any of them and left town without telling any of the boys how disappointed I was on that occasion." "The insurance clause in the O R. C, of which I am a member," said J. H. Cunningham, who is at present braklnsr on the 6. H., "is greatly en dangered by the fact that so many O. R. C. men are braking on the various roads as a result of losing their jobs as conductors. The rate of insurance on a brakeman is three times as high as that of a conductor but the O. R. C. must take its chances with conductors acting in the capacity of brakemen at the insurance rate specified lor con ductors. These are circumstances very expensive and difficult to contend with, but the O. It. C. teems to be un able to change the existing conditions. To men over 50 years of age," con tinued Mr. Cunningham, "the O. R. C. allows but 91,000 insurance and thia I believe to be unjust. I think as long as a man is able to do his work he should be allowed to insure for the full limit." When Foreman Mann, of the G. H., was Questioned yesterday regarding the Fourth of July celebration he said: "Well, I don't see any absolute neces sity of it. in my estimation it would not look well for El Paso to spend two or three thousand dollars in a celebra tion when she has so many people hovering on the verge of starvation. I refuse from ten to fifteen men work here every day and these mn are cer tainly in need." When asked if the shops would shut down on the Fourth in order to gave all hands a ho'iday, he said the shops would shut down if such a thine is possible, and he is in clined to believe that everything will be in shape to give all hands a chance to spend the day as they see fit. This clipping from the Tucson Star will be of interest to the many rail road friends of Edgar Buehrinsr in El Pao: "In Tucson, Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock, Edgar Beuhring and Miss Nancy Slater were joined in the noiy bonds of matrimony. Mr. Beuhring is chief clerk at the Southern Pacific depot and is well known here. Miss Slater came to xucson irom fnoenix last fall and opened the Bon Ton mil linery parlor and during her stay here has made many friends. Tbey left this morning to spend their honey moon in old Mexico, from whence they will return in about a week. A host of fr'ends wish them all happiness and success in their new life." Engineer Derr. of the G. H. pass enger run, was relating bis experience while on the Yuma division of the S. P. to a number of friends yesterday. He said the heat was so intense that sleep was out of questions. "There was room for just seven of us to sleep In that town of Yuma," he said, "and the bed was under the railroad water tank. The first crew to arrive in Yuma of course, occupied the bed and all who followed that crew were compell ed to say in the round house and fight horse flies, which are as large as and even more poweriui loan a mua turtle." The bier whistle on the Santa Fe roundhouse has not proved as trouble some an article as was expected. Ma chinist Zink says he thinks the failure of the whistle to meet expectations of Feeding the Fire. The most powerful engine must stop if the fires are not fed. Man is the most won derful piece of machinery in the world, yet no matter how strong and well-made his bodily frame may be, if the fire of life within him is not constantly fed his limbs and muscles become powerless and useless. The reason men become helpless and diseased is because the food they eat, which is the fuel of life, is not properly digested and appropriated by the stomach and nutritive organs. It is not completely transformed into the strength and working power which is to man what steam is to the engine. That wonderful power-making "Golden Medical Discovery," invented by Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo. N. Y., imbues the human diges tive juices and blood-making glands with capacity to extract abundant nourishment from the food. It builds np organic tissue, nerve fiber, hard muscular flesh and work ing force. ' It gives a man steam . What It did for Mr. V. S. Hughes, of Junction, Hunterdon Co., K. J., is given In his own words. He writes: "I received your kind letter, and In reply would say that mine was a bad case of kidney and liver trouble, and that six bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and four bottles of little ' Pellets ' effected a complete cure. It is well known that almost every engineer is troubled more or less with kidney trouble, especi ally on our fast express trains. I run one hun dred and forty-four miles on these trains every day in the week, and have had no return of the trouble since taking the remedies, nearly three ysar. ago." the shop employees is due to the fact that the steam pipe connecting the whistle with the boiler is toj long "I am working on another screech er," said Mr. Zink, "and if we find it im possible to restore the vocal powers of tbe 'Devils' Trombone,' as you call it, we will have another, and stronger one, ready for use in a few days." The G. H. injunction suit against the E. P. & N. E was being heard yesterday by Judge Walthal. The G. H. is trying to procure an injunction from tbe-court to restrain the E. P. fc N. E. from using a certain tractof land knorn as Ange street which they claim was riven them by the city of El Paso in 1881. By a revent act of the city council the E. P. & N E were granted a franchise to use the same ground in consequence of which the G H. prays for an injunction. Carl Ennis, depot ticket agent at the Santa Fe, can't see why those having charge of the Jfourtn oi July ceieDra tion could not carry around a subscription paper and let each one give according to his means. He thinks it is wrong to expect a few to stand the expense of a grand celebra t on. "The Fourth should be celebrat ed in grand style." said he, "and all should contribute to the expense." Contractor John P. Hughes was in Fort Worth Sunday trying to secure laborers for work on the 27-mile ex tension of the Rock Island road from Bridgeport to Jacksboro. He report' laborers hard to get and is paying as hio-h as f 1.75 Der day. The road is completed a distance of seven miles out of Bridgeport and ready for use. S. T. Molone. passenger car inspect or of te G. H., is again on the sick list and has been advised by bis phy sician to go to the hospital at San An tonio. Mr. Moiooe is trojDiea witn rheumatism and his agony begins at sundown. C. M. Robertson is acting as car inspector during Mr. Molone 's illness. Foreman Ealand, of the brick work of the new G. H. and S. P. roundhouse, said yesterday that El Paso needed a rousing celebration on July tn. rnis is tbe year above all years," he said, "and every man, woman, and child in El Paso ought to assist all they can in making It a success." Fifteen cars of coke went west over the S. P. yesterday afternoon for Lordsburg, N. M., at which point tbe coke will be transferred to narrow gauge cars and continued to Clifton, Arizona, for use in the big smelters at that place. The Southern Pacific announces a rate of one fare for round trip for tickets to the meeting of the Bapt st Youncr People's union, to be beld at Buffalo, N. Y.. July 14 to 17. Tickets on sale July 10-11, limited to return July 20. Twenty-nine cars of heavy bridge timbers are on their way from Mau zuan, Pa., to Chihuahua, Mex. They are to be used in the construction of bridges on the Mexican Central rail road. C. B. Eddy, of the E. P. & N. E. railroad, accompanied by H. B. Slmp- on, treasurer oi the company, ana Mr. Clark, a heavy stockholder, are ex pected from New York tomorrow. Twenty-three cars 'loaded with bridge material for the Chihuahua Ax Pacific railroad, were inspected by the officials in the Santa Fe yards yester day and will cross the river today. Frank Toys, who went to San Anto nio with Juan Hart's outfit and failed to pass examination has been rein stated as G. II. fireman by Master Me chanic De Young. The big flag at the G. H. shops was placed at half-mast immediately upon the announcement being made of the death ef Chas. A. Stiner. Machinist J. Daly, of the G. H., re turned from a pleasant visit with friends and relatives at San Antonio. Crosier 's crew are busy on the White Oaks road placing the mile posts. They have 28 already in position. Mrs. H. A. Bethea, wife of the G. H. machinist, with her two babies, is visiting at Taylor, Texas. G. H. engines Nos. 905 and 810 are in the back shop undergoing needed repairs. The spur connecting the Santa Fe with the E. P. & N. E. Is about com pleted. H. C. Short, general traveling audi tor of the Santa Fe, has gone to Gal veston. A. R. Morris is again at his old post with the oar repairers of tbe G. H. Oregon's Thlrf ty Sheep. Corvallis Times. What is believed to have been about tbe heaviest yield of wool ever taken from sheep in Benton county was sheared this week by John E. Wyatr, from the herd on his farm, two miles west of town. Twelve rams yielded fleeces that averaged 15T pounds. Thirty ewes sheared an average of 11 5-6 pounds. The 45 sheep sheared a total average of 12 pounds. Last year the animals were not sheared until tbe latter part of Jnne, leaving but 11 months' growth of wool to each fleece sheared. The wool taken from the 12 rams, at 16 cents per pound, is valued at $28.96, or an average of $2.41 per head. The wool taken from the 33 ewes at the same price makes the total value of $62.56, or an average of $1.89. A week before the shearing all the dirty locks were taken from the sheep, and the wool weighed in making the average was all clean, marketable wool. One lock of wool takf n from a 13-months ram and brought to the Times office measured 19 Inches in length. The sheep are a very high grade of Cotswold, and are the pro duct of 23 years of careful breeding from thoroughbred stock. Porto Rico Trade. The trade of Porto Rico is of the character which appeals strongly to tbe United States. Porto Rico's pro ducts in large part are not grown in this country. The island imports such articles as the United States supplies to all the world. Porto Rico's chief export is coffee, amounting to 88,789, 788 in the year, of whioh the depart ment of state has the latest returns. Sugar came next, amounting to $3,747, 892. Tobacco had the third place. This island exported in the year over $500,000 worth of honey.- The principal imports were: g.tcp I3.1P0.001 Uh: -- - J.l 418 Meat and lard 221,104 Manufactured tobacco...!....."."!...! 683.483 tl'v Oil 32701 Win" 80&6M joap - 2a8,fi26 "On 284,208 The vessels which entered and clear ed from the norta Of t.ha 1 alanrl In th. year of which tbe trade figures are gi.ou, uummreu lull. rOr-O xtlCO 18 a good bargain from the commercial point of view. Globe Democrat. Heroes. Providence Journal. The war has not been in progress very long yet, and there has been lit tle real warfare about it, Dut already it has given us, in Admiral Dewey and Lieutenant Hobson, two new naval heroes who bv their effective intre pidity have won for themselves high and permanent positions not only in the naval history of their own country but in tbe admiration of the world. Hobsoo's daring and. successful exploit at Santiago is one that has Daa lew equals. Cushing's destruction of the Albemarle Involved no greater, per haps not as great, elements of personal risk and courageous willingness to be sacrificed. We may well be proud that we have in the men of our new navy, most of them wholly inexperienced till now in actual warfare, tbe stun oi wmcn heroes are made as soon as tbe op portunity arises: and grateful that this capable and gallant young officer has been spared to render his country lur ther services. Mexico In No Need of a Navy. A City of Mexico dispatch says: El Mundo (liberal) ridicules tbe pro position of tbe liberal paper, El Tiempo, to build a navy for Mexico, It says the country has no need of a navy because it is not a nation with colonies and does not intend making 'alliances with nations which have tbem. A squadron of the fifth order would be of no use in case of an European invasion, and El Mundo concludes by saylner Mexico would have only such a- navy as is strictly necessary for its requirements in times of peace. The New York -Sun observes that, of the seventy chief magistrates of New York city, there have been mayors old, young, tall, short, slender, stout, able, stupid, square, crooked, blessed with all sorts of temperaments and educa tions; but before his present honor New York has never had a distinctly silly mayor. Corporal "Bill" Anthony, the brave marine who so di-tinguished himself for-coolness and courage on the ill-fated Maine, has applied for a transfer from the Detroit to the St. Paul, under Captain Sigsbee, and the application is under consideration by the navy de partment. The American Navy, Cuba and Hawaii. A portfolio, in ten parts, sixteen views in each part, of the finest half-tone pictures of the American navy Cuba and Hawaii, has just been issued by a Chicago publishing house. The Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe railway has made arrangements for a special edition for the benefit of its pa trons, ana a specimen copy can be Been at the local ticket office. Single parts may be had at ten cents each, the full set, one hundred and sixty pictures, costs but one dollar. Subscriptions for the set may be left with the agent. In view of the present excitement re garding Cuba these pictures are every timely. Call at the ticket office and are them. Electric Bitters. Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any season, but perhaps more gen erally needed when the languid ex hausted feeling prevails, when the liv er is torpid and sluggish and the need of a tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt use of this medicine has often averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers, do medicine will act more surely in counteracting and freeing tbe system from the 'malarial poison. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness, yield to Electric Bitters. 50c. and $1.00 per bottle at W. A. Irvin & Co., Wholesale and Retail. Sierra Madre Line to the Yaqnl Gold Field-. Take the R. G., S. M. & P. Ry for Casas Grandes, San Buena bentura, and the Yaqui gold fields Trains leave Ciudad Juarez Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8:10 a. m. Arrive Ciudad Juarez Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 3:20 p. m., Mexico City time. Depot opposite Mexican Central passenger depot. J. T. Logan, Gen'l Traffic Agent. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. 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- ?uired. It is guaranteed to give pea, ect satisfaction or money refunded Price 26 cents per box. For sale by W. A. Irvin & Co., wholesale and re tail agents. Notice to Shippers. The Morgan Line will dispatch boats as follows this week from New York. Chalmette on Tuesday, El Paso on Thursday, and Algiers Saturday. Yours respectfully, E. E. Sirrikk, T. E. Htjnt, Trav. Frght. Agt., C. A., S. P. Ry. Pure Hygrenie Ice. Made from distilled water. Ask your family physician or druggist as. to purity and healthfulness of our ice. Telephone No. 14. el paso ice & Refrigerator Co- So. Pac Co. to Klondike. Through tickets via San Franrlnrw Seattle or Portland. Rates of fare, and freight and general information rurnisnea on application or by mail. T. E. Hunt, Commercial Agt. Holden'g Positive Pile Cure. Sufferers use it. Relief will be speedy and eure positive and permanent if di rections are strictly followed. For sale Kelly by & Pollard, druggis'a . To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. All druggists refund the money of it falls to cure. Mr. P. Ketcham of Pike City, Cal., says: "During my brother's late sick ness from eoiatio rheumatism, Cham berlain's Pain Balm was tbe only re medy that gave him any relief." Many others have testified to the prompt relief from pain which this liniment affords. For sale by all druggists The S. P. Co. is now running excur sions every Thursday to Los Angeles, Sta. Monica, San Pedro, and Sta. Bar bara. Tickets good for stop overs and three months for return. Rate $40.00. H. Turner, Ticket Agt. T. E. Hunt, C. A. El Paso to Santa Rosalia, Mexico: First class fare $21. Mexican monev. Tickets good for 90 days. Stop over allowed. Aakfor "EL. PASO TRANSFER," the best 5 cent CIGAR on the market. SOUTHERN PACIFIC. Morgan Line. t "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 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 transfer where prac ticable, thus insuring fast time. ' The Mai lory 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 Line, El Paso, Texas. DR. W. H REGISTER, Chief Consulting Physician to the New Cure Medical and 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 publso,he laysiclaim to two medical diplomas, gold medals for excellency in medical studies, two years' experience and association with eminent specialists in. Philadelphia and New York clues. Also, five years' association and exper ience with leading specialists at Hot Springs, Ark. He is discoverer and per rector oi new cures tor Diseases of Women and the originatoe of a new Ay stem of treatment for Diseases of the Blood, Tumors, Ulcere, Cancers and Scrofula, and all Inflammatory uonoitfons or the fcye, ear. Nose and Throat. DR. REGISTER 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, enouia make it Known tnrough the public prints. His extensive experience, with the ad u ant age of com bined skin irom ms 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 tbe Southwest many in El Paso, CONSULTATION FREE. office: FREUDENTHAL BLOCK, Upstairs. Cor. El Paso & San Francisco Sta. Opp. Grand Central HoteL Hours: 9 a. m. to 12 m., 2 to 4, and l bUO p. 111. Santa Fe Route Excursion List. BIENNIAL MEETING FEDERATION OF V OVEN'S CLUBS. Denver. Colo.. 21-89. Pates of sale, June 18-19. Fare (30.80, good tor return tn ana including June SOtn. SEASIDE EXCURSION -.daring Jnne. Jnly and AuiruHt. to Los Anirfi'M. Rednndn Rmaii. Santa Monica, and San Diego. Tickets on sale every Thursday. Round trip (40.00. Good to return in vu a ays. NATIONAL. EDUCATION A L ASS'N.. to.. 1. 1 n n n , o i July 2-3-4. Rate will be advertised in next circular. "Watch for tt." Omaha, Neb., and return. Account Expo sition. Thirty day tickets. lfiO.30. Tickets good for return until November 15th, SdOSK. umao, ioeo., ana return, jnne it to aj. in clusive, good returning until July 7. S39.66 Omaha. Neb., and return. June 24. ffood re turning until Jnly 6, (3S.S5. omaua, rsen., ana return, June ST, good lor return until July 8, $88 66. Summer tourist tick .son sale to Denver. Colorado Springs and Pueblo at regular sum mer ra-es, gooa tor return until October si. Low round trip rates will be In effect to all point, during tbe months of June, July, and August. It's a pleasure to us to give you r-ites. and all necessary information, at city ticket office or depot. J. 9. MORRISON, F. B. HOUGHTON. City Ticket Agent. ueneral Agent. "WELLS FARGO BUILDING." Napoleon J. Roy, The Fashionable Tailor, Sheldon Block - - Opposite Po&toffice. LongwelTs Trans! Br. I am now prepared to do all kinds of Transferring of Ff eght, Light and Heavy Hauling. Safe Moving a Specialty. Headquarters at El Faso Stables. All orders promptly attended to, Phone No. 1. X as. J. Xjonflrwell- Horace B. Stevens, Real Estate AND Insurance Agt. FOR SALE: HOUSE of 17 rooms, centrally located, fer lodging. Ample ground to en large. Will be sold lor leas than improvement cost. HOUSE of 5 rooms, with large light basement, on Myrtle avenue. ON Myrtle avenue, corner, 62x120 feet. lor asou. ON Saint Louis St., 94i feet, near Pier- son Motel. 50x120 feet, on North El Paso St., S750, FOR RENT: 2 STORES ou Oregon St., opposite far It, zzxou leet eacn. 1 STORE, 505 South El Paso St., at 12.50. , ON June 1, new house of 14 rooau la JNorth Oregon St. Suitable ler boarding or two families. 3 STORES in "Sheldon Block." FLAT of furnished rooms Wor light Housekeeping. 601 Magomn ava. I Solicit Collection- of Rents and make no charge for Advertising. 12 LEAD'NQ FIR INSURANC COMPANIES REPRESENTED. Lowest rates. Fair treatment Horace B. Stevens, Real Estate and Insur- , ance Agent Texas & Pacific EXCURSIONS. "No Trouble ts Answer Questions. El Faso to Atlanta. Ga . and return Jnlv 16. 17 and 18: final limit returning. Airut T. $H6 20. Account reunion of ex-Confederate Vete-ans Waco, Texas, and r turn June 1T.MJB. Certificate plan. Account Woman's ForelgB Mission Society. Omh, Neb . and return Jun 17 and SB, inclusive, rood returning until Jnly 7, $36.01. Account national Electric Medical Associa tion and American Institute of Homeopathy meetings. Omaha, Net;, and return June M, good re turning until July 5 (39.05. Acc-iunt Traaa Miaslssippl Teachers' A.aodation. Omaha, Neb., and retnrn June 7. good re turning until July 8, 39.66. Account Traaa Mifsisslppi Turn rest. Omaha, Nb. and return, account Exposi tion Thirty-day tickets. SKUK. T cketagood for re'urn until November 16, 900. SO. El Paso to Hot Springs, Ark., and return June 14 to n.inclcslTe; certificate plan.f3S.eV. accou-1 supreme voom, juugnia oi itoa of the World. El Paao to Brflnh.m. Texas, and ntu Jue 19, 30, and 21, good returning natil Jane 2t.siB.eu. Account eiata convention . x. P. U. . El Paso to Waco and eturn June IS to Julys, ass 86. Certificate plan. Account of Summer B ble School, Baylor University. El Paso to all points on Texas Pacific and retu n June 18 and 19, good returning natil June 80; fare and one third. Account Eman cipation Day celebrations. El Past to Fort Won hand return, Jnne 19. 834.66. Certificate plan. Ac ount Meeting North Texas Medical Association. Tourist Cars from El Paao to . Louis, via Texarkana to St. Iouis, every Wednesday, and via Ft. Worth and Kansas City to Chicago every Thursday. These cars are Clean, Well Furnished and Cool; especially ad anted to Summer Travel. Look out for rates In this paper, aoooont American Medical Association. Denver, Col; National Educational Association, Washing ton. D. C. in Jul v: Christian Endeavor. Nash ville, Tenn., in July; Knights Templars, Dal las, In Jane. Tickets are now est sale from El Paao to Mineral Wells the Great Texas Health Re sort at 184.60, good tor sixty days from date of sale. For other laf ormarioa Inquire ef A. W. MONTAGUE. Depot Ticket Art., or B. F. DABBT8HIKK. Southwestern Freight and Passenger Ageafc Bio ill ail raso street, au raao, xezaa. Dr. King SPECIALIST Freadenthal : Bint (Upstairs) Corner El Pasa and San Francisco aSte. HODBIl t a. m to 5 p. sa. Night hours: t to 8. CoosuUtioo Fret. CATARRH . eethekLJLTK9T a.nd'iLiae MODERN APPLIANCES for ths TREAT MENT Of CiTAKan, LUNv and BKONCHIAL Diseases. By oar inhalation process the med seine comes in AOrtJAi. contact with tbe dl leased parts and when- our reatment is car ried out we ou arawtks a CUBE In each ease accepted for treatment. WE CURE "tfrvot, Sfri and UBINART Diseases, PILES, STRICTURE Dv Electricity, hsjn UIBJCASbtb, FEMALE DiarASES. ECU MA. BLOOD POISON Prlmarv Beaaa- dary and xerttary nnSED without IM nsenf M erenrv. W R I T F (or Symptom Blanks If Urlag ii ii i away rrom city, us f ally treated throagh oar perfect system of Mall Treatment Address: Dm. KIHG As OO.. El Paso, Texas. A P-JFOSrUER, ATTORNEY-AT-L W. Special attention given to Reel Es late and Probate Law. Will prac- tn all the courts. ROOM 8, MTJNDY BLOCK. XT. PASO, - TEXAS.