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THE DAILY EERALD
TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1898. LOCALS. Smith' Creamery ia open again. -Fine line of hammocks at Iryin's. Grow fat. Eat at Smith' Creamery Greely potatoes at El Paso Grocery Co. ,.. ... El Paso Steam Laundry, Telephone No. 47. You can get choice Greely potatoes at the El Paao Grocery Co's. O'Brien Coal Co., sell pitoh, paper, llaae, cement, plaster, eto. White Label leaf lard and Gold band ham at El Paso Grocery's Co. Rogers is now serving1 ice cream soda la all flavors with crushe! fruits. Greely potatoes at El Paso Grocery CO. The best Mexloan and Havana cigars are made by the El Paso Cigar Mfg. Co. White Label leaf lard and Gold band ham at the El Paso Grocery Co's. Real Demit)? Water W. A. Griffin Telephone 162. Only water Irons Lem ing. A fresh car of Greely potatoes just received by the El Paso Grocery uo. Buy your coal from "O'Brien Coal Co.," the agents and direct shippers from the Cerrillos mines. 'Phone 8. Vapor and medicated baths at 416 North Oregon street Behnmatism relieved at once; massage in all forms Everybody goes to the St. Louis Furniture company, 317 El Paso street, for good house outflttlngs and easy M3TUJB. A fresh car of Greely potatoes just reoeived by the El Paso Grocery Co. Payne-Badger Coal company, Mo Alester, Cerrillos and anthracite coal, cord and stove wood,yard Second and Chihuahua streets. Telephone No. 1L Refrigerators and Gasoline Stoves. MOMSEN & THORNt Valley bran, wheat, choice clipped oats, Cerrilloe coal, wood and kindling; building material of all kinds. El Paso Fuel Co. Phone 110. 411 S. Santa Fe St. Gold-band ham and White Label leaf lard at the El Paso Grocery Oa. "Rubcrotd Roofing." Moat durable; easie-t to lay. No pitch to melt and runoff. El Paso Fuel Co. Agent. 411 Santa Fe St. , , , , Gold-band ham and White Label leaf lard at El Paso Grocery Co. The Qreater includes the leas. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures hip disease and scro fula sores and It my be depended up on to cure boils and pimples and hu mors 01 all Kinds. Hood 'a Pills are the favorite family cathartic. Cure sick beadache,break up a cold. What It Means. We h ave often been asked the mean ing of notices that we publish, and which is frequently written in chalk on buildings, in figures similar to this: 30 6 25 10 7 x We translate it thusly: For the next 30 days you can buy anything at the West Texas Saddlery Co.. at about 25 per cent less than elsewhere. The goods last 6 times as long and the store in open at tne corner 01 Oregon ana a Overland street 10 hours a day begin ning at 7 a.m. X means that, they make extra efforts to please all cus tomers. Belts. All kinds, all prices, 15i to 95.00. -California Store. CLASSIFIED ADS. TOR BALK, IXiR SALE Mining bonds for sale at the J tferald office lX)R 8ALE Mining deeds for sale at the A Herald office. TjXJR SALE Dr. McGiM's famous Orange A? blossom by Mrs. A. M. Smith, 136 Leon street. I?OR SALE. Very cheap, gramma bay. Ap- piy ue Louis Strs. Geo. 8. Good Co.. Stanton and St. rOR SAL" Gentle family buggy horse for ' sale. 817 Genoa street. , " - FOB BENT, pK)R RENT. Housekeeping rooms. 318 a Texas street. . . FOUND. GROUND A pair of specttclesland a cigar A1 bolder. Owner can n ve sanae by prov ing d ro party and paying for this ad. Call at theHniLooffli:. FCBBONAL, WHAT Scottish Rite Mason has Inst double eagle charm. Call at Tuttle's paint store. IP Can You g Greatest Slaughter Sale of Jewelry Bver known In the city of El Paso, or, in fact, the Southwest. This means that Jewelry, Watches well, the entire stock is subject to slaughter prices and you're going to be surprised at tbe extreme lownesa in prioe of every article in stock. This Is No Bluff, But a guaranteed Slaughter Sale at Slaughtered Prices. Keep vour I on' this location, for in a few days we will divulge our secret. No trouble ta answer jueattona. -no rouoia to snow V: & H. Walkers "Family Soap," ....6 Bars for 25c. "King" Soap, ....7 Bars for 25c. "ideal" Soap, ....8 Bars for 25c. WALKER'S SOAP POWDER: 12 oz. packages, 5 cents each. ; 4 lb. packages, 25 cents each. Look the world over and you will find no better goods than W. & H. Walker's. FOB SALE BT CtasISlacbCo. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOi THE WAR Will not prevent weddings, and the demand for wedding pres ents is unusually heavy for June. We have a LARGE SELECTION of articles suitable for wedding presents. Buy now before it is broken. Presents may be selected now and laid aside until required. GEO. W. HICKOX & HIXSON. "The J ewelers. " BronsonBlock, III an Antonio Street, El Paso, Texas q 8 ooooooooooooooooooooooooo S. Lyons of New York is in the city. Jno. Stephenson of Hermosillo, Is in town.. : E. Bavington came in from St. Louis yesterday. Mrs. Sutherland, of Paris, Texas, is at the Pierson. Dr. J. N. Pascal, of Silverton, Colo rado, is in town. George C. Hutchins came in yester day from Chicago. W. A. Glass of St. Louis, was among the arrivals yesterday. I. N. Eastenbouse, of New York, is registered at the Vendome. Gertrude Louis Clark, of Kentucky, is stopping at the Vendome. J. A. Simpson came in yesterday afternoon from Kyle, Texas. A. B. Church came in over the S. P. yesterday from San Franc'sco. W. E. Ferguson came in over the S. P. yesterday from Los Angeles. J. E. Payne, of Denver, came in yes terday and is at the Grand Central. J. Hv.Cowles, of Marseilles, III., was among the arrivals in town yesterday. Harry S. Buckle, of Sedalia, Mo., is in the city stopping at the Center block. C. P. Lei sham, of Marathon, Texas, came in on the G. H. yesterday after noon. Mrs. R. J. Swayoe and mother came in on the Central at last night from Mexico City and have rooms at the Vendome. J. C.'Murtba of Sierra Blanca, came in yesterday over the G. H., and is at the Vendome. E. A. Gilbert came in last afternoon over the S. P., and is stopping at the Grand Central. Joseph H. Doety, of Boston, Mass., came in vesterdav and registered at the Grand Central. A. R. Meyers, W. B. Clark, and C. E. Ferry, of Kansas City, have rooms at the Vendome. Mrs. Frank C. Lovelace came down from Albuquerque yesterday, and is at the Center block. Isaao H. Hugbes and wife came down from Silver City yesterday and are at the Grand Central. E. M. Burwash, Miss C. B. Proctor and . May Norem, of Canada, have rooms at the Pierson. Jas. Cushiog was among the arrivals from Kansas City yesterday, and is re gistered at the Vendome. Mr. and Mrs. H L. Swift of San An tonio passed through yesterday to spend the summer in California. Keep a Secret? Yes? Well; perhaps you can; but we are as yet not quite ready to tell you euro, but it will be money In your clothes unspent to watch this space for the next few days. You don't believe it? Well, while you're getting impatient to find out jast what we are "drivin at," let us state that we have inaugurated tbe SILBERBERG BROS.. Jewelers. goooa." 126 Reside manufacturing PURE, HIGH GRADE CANDIES, we are now making a fine line of Chocolates & Bon Bons For 30c, per lb. We use only pure cream for our ICE CREAM, and PURE Fruit Flavors for our Soda. V Morehouse Roger' sB,octe Mfg. CONFECTIONER j Major W. A. Towers will leave to day for his hotne in Colorado to spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Cole of San Francisco were among the arrivals on the South era Pacific, and are at the Vendome. Mrs. Farnham, wife o.' Conductor Farnbam of the Texas and Pacific, leaves today for Chicago to spend the summer. Ex-Alderman Floyd Payne has left for a short vacation, to be spent on bis cbicken rancb at Alamo Alto, other wise known as Payne's Switch or Mc- Cutcbeon's Spur. More Volunteers. A. V. RWrfv who Inft last. FViriav tn I visit Antbony, J.as Unices, and Item ing to secure volunteers for the battal ion which is being organized in El Paso, returned last night well pleased with his trip. He secured 62 men at Antbony, 23 at Las Cruces, and 50 at Doming, making a total or 145 names , of able bodied men who announced ' their desire to join the El Paso con tingent when word from Washington is received lor tbe battalion to move. Mr. Sierro states that the recent rains which visited the country which he has just been over bave made the farmers feel good and they look for ward to a profitable barvest. . No Ball 6ame the Fourth.l Manager Sierra, of tbe El Paso base ball club, states that tbe chances for a game of ball on July 4th, are very sl'm. He had depended upon the San Marclal ball team visiting El Paso on that day, but a letter received from there states that owing to a previous engagement having been made they could not possibly come. A Correction. In the note concerning two success ful operations at Hotel Dieu yesterday, Dr. Turner and Dr. Horsley should have been named as operators in the case of Mr. Rojas; they were assisted by Dr. Harley. The Texas and Pacific announces for tbe coming re-union of ex-Confederate Veterans at Ai lanta, Ga. (Julv 20-23) the exceedingly low rate of 835.20 for the round trip. These tickets will be placed on sale July 16; nal filimit for return, August 1. This will afford a splendid opportunity to see the South "in war times," and to compare ' tbe worn veterans of an earlier generation with the "raw recruits" of the prerent day. Victoria, B. C, was connected with the Western Union Telegraph Compa ny's system, June 9, 1898. Rate from Et Paso, Tex. , 75 cents. 1 his is Meant for You. The victims of the morphine and co caine habits are urged to call at Dr. McKanna'B office for immediate relief. Each bour of indulgence in these fatal drugs shortens one's span of life by a week. Dr. McKanna is no alarmist, but he can cure these habits and pro long your lives. El Paso St., El Paso, 1 axas. r.G.,S. M.&P. Ry. I Sierra Jadre Line I GUAYNOPA I a and the ft sasm -. r7iiTtTii)TimTiiTO I FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION. More Citizens Talk. H. B. Stevens said: "We ought to bave a celebration, but we who live near the McGiotv hill would rather that tbey would move that cannon somewbere else, as it is very unpleas ant to have it banging away right up near your house, and breaking tbe windows nearlv. but onlv for this ob jection I would like to see them cele brate, as it does tne town ruuu mj have these patriotic demonstra tions." Alderman A. M. Robinson said: "I tell vou what I think we can do, and that is to get the mayor to issue a pro clamation to the citizens turning tbe elty over to them on that day, and let them oelebrate all they want to. I think that the mayor will do that. While I don't think we can give any money, as some one suggested in the last council meeting, still I think we ought to have a big celebration, and I believe tbat we can nave is.-- Captainj Moses Dillon expressed himself as follows: "I think we ouarbt to have a celebration on tbe Fourth. JNow u tbe time to snow our patriotism and to celebrate the day of American independence, and as far a I am concerned,! am willing to contribute towards it either sin money or time. we oucht not to lag behind in tnis matter. Here are all of our sister towns coins' to the front, and we ought to be right in the leadef them all as we bave ' a progressive iittie cuj and ought to demonstrate it in a good 4th of July celebration tnat is wormy of the town. We don't want to sit down like a lot of moss-backs and let all these little towns around us have their holidav aDorODriatelv observed no sir. we ought to celebrate. We want to stay in the lead in this matter, and if the railroads take it up as they should we would have one of the best times that the town has ever had, and I will be one of a- committee to go around to call on different roads to see what thev will do to help." Chas. Buov. of the Wigwam, said: "I am in favor of having a big time if thev will have the fireworks and the celebrations down town here some where. But when they take all of it awav up there on one 01 tbose Band hills and shoot it off, then we won't give anything; but we will give, and liberally, if they will have their dem onstrations down town on the streets." W. G. Walz, when asked if he -was In favor of'baving a celebration on the Fourth, said: "Yes I am, and I think we ought to have one for less monev than the committee are asking for. don't think it is necessary to spend that much. " A. P. Coles said : "T think a celebra tion is the very thing we ought to have, and we ought to have a good one. Tbe celebration this town had in 1892 was a great advertisement to El Paso, and for us to have one on tbis Fourth will be a great benefit to tbe business bouses.! I think that we should have the fire works part of tbe celebration at some nlsce where there will be no danger of fire to the property holder b of tbe town. Ob, tbey'll bave a oeie bratlon if the city authorities will let tbem. and it will be a great one too, as they are tbe greatest people here for celebrations tnat you ever saw. Now is the very time bave one as tbe war is in progress, and we should show some patriotism, but I am not in favor of firecrackers and roman candles in town as there is too much danger of fire." Dan Carr of the Dallas brewery. when questioned on.the Fourth of July celebration, said: "It's certainly a sbane tbat tnere is not more interest manifested in the proper observance of the Fourth of July, especially tbis year, I bave just returned from a trip through Arizona and even the smallest towns I stopped in were making pre parations for - a grand ce lebration." When asked bow much money, in his estimation, it would require to properly celebrate the event in El Paso, Mr. Carr said: "Well, a celebration could be got up for SI. 500 but the committee should raise $2500 in El Paso easily." Mr. Spencer, the El Paso street fruit dealer, sa'd: "Just, go on and cele brate tbe Fourtbin any manner you wish, and allow me to do the same." EL PASO BOYS FIRST. They Will Land In Cuba With the First Detachment. A letter received from Louis Gasser, dated ram pa, June o, says: "1 will be in Cuba before you get mis, as transports are being loaded day and nigbt. Troops for this expe dition bave been picked out; fifty from each troop go right away and are to be the first to land in Cuba; the other thirty-five men are to follow on the next shipment, accompanied by horses, etc., which the first fifty cannot afford to take at first, as hard fight ing is expected to make a landing All the El Paso boys are in the picked fifty; quite a boost for El Paso, isn't it? We are to leave tomorrow night after sundown. Each man is allowed ten days provisions, one blanket, 200 roands of rifle am munition and 48 for his pistol. We are the first to land of 60.000 soldiers that are camped here (Tampa), and just keep your eyes on us. Every one is anxious to fight, and something is going to drop." Bachelors. Don't forget that tonight is the night lor tne uacneiors' and UrasB widow ers' pilgrimage to Camp Courcheane. lie on band, and see that you bave your rag pinned on the lapel of your coat, as tne conductor will tbrow you through tbe window if you haven't it with you. The train will leave the depot at 8 p. m. sharp. In the window of the Golden Eagle clothing store is a model of a man of war. The model is the wo'k of Viron Boothe, a twelve year old boy, and if he shows as much skill and talent when he is older as be has in tbe mak ing of this boat he will be a naval ar chitect. Everything is on the model in the way of fittings; life boats, guns, etc., are all in proportion to tbe size of the boat. This boat has been named tbe El Paso, as she is of tbe cruiser type and carries ten guns six five-inch and four rapid fire guns. This morning a train pulled out of tbe G. H. depot loaded down with happy youngsters who were anticipat ing a big time today at the picnic of St. Clement's Sunday school ttOrn's grove. The train was in charge of BO-ne of the older children and teach ers. A union picnic will be given by the African Methodist Episoopal and tbe 8econd Baptist Sunday schools on next Saturday. ' Dr. McKanna's treatment for Alco holism is a sure shot, aa it destroys the 1 root of the evil. Greely potatoes at El Paso Grocery Co. Labor Commissioners Meet. Detroit, Mich., June 14. The labor commissioners of a score oi states have arrived for the annual convention of the National Association of Officials of Bureaus of Labor.Statis- tics whicb will open at tbe Cadillac Hotel tbis evening and continue its sessions for three days. The opening address will be delivered by Hon. Carroll D. Wright, U. S.Commlssioner of Labor and president of tbe associa tion. The feature of the opening ses sion will be an address on "Tbe Work ingman," by J. L. Cox, state labor commissioner. Reports enbodying the work of the various state bureaus will be presented to the convention and among the general subjects which will receive attention are the relation or alcoholism to industry and crime, tbe wage question, the subject of arbitra tion between employer and employed, and the results of the national bureau's investigation during the past year. Convention of Local Freight Agents. Cincinnati, O., June 14. The Na tional Association of Local Freight Agents began its annual convention here today. Mayor Tafel delivered the address of welcome and response was mado in behalf of the visitors by C. F Fist Jr., president of the asso ciation. Two hundred and fifty dele gates are attending tbe convention and the topics suggested for discussion cover a wide range of subjects. The topics have been assigned to the differ ent associations represented in the organization and will to brought up and treated by some members of tbe organization in an introductory way, after which it will be openly discussed. The sessions will continue nntil Satur day. International Y. W. C. A. London, Jme 14. The first interna tional convention of the Young Wo men's Christian association opened in tbis city today with representatives present from all parts of the United Kingdom, United States, Canada and the continent of Europe. Amongithe delegates present from America are Miss Effie K. Price of Ohio, general secretary of the international commit tee, Miss Flora Shank of Indiana, and Miss Helen F. Barnes, of Wisconsin. Anglo-American Alliance. New York, June 14 Patrick Eagan, in the Journal today, fiercely attacks the Anglo-American alliance idea. He quotes John Morley, that no such alliance could be entered into, without consulting the . Irish vote in America. He continues: "The several elements antagonistic to an English alliance are going to be beard from next fall, in a manner that may bring our Choates, Cbauncey Depews, and jingoes to their senses." Aldrich to -Succeed Himself. Newport, June 14. The legislature today balloted for senator. It was agreed that Aldrich should succeed himself. In the House. Washington, June 14. The bouse spent the entire session today debating Hawaiian annexation. Commissioner's Court. The court reassembled yesterday at two o'clock. The .following bills were received and allowed: W. R- Simmon!!.. 358 oo 278.00 257.U0 174.70 116.S0 86 90 62.60 60.70 4 j. 00 4100 36.00 22.50 22.66 25.00 30 00 19.60 15.C0 15.70 11 86 F. B. Simmons, feeding prisoners.. Buchanan at rowers icomosi 9. M. Karr, boarding hospital Inmates W. Hamilton... Goodman & Wadlington (gravel)- El Paso Wat-rCo Burton & Co Park W. Pitman 8. B; Carbajal El Paso Gas Co Kelly & Pullard.................. O. W. lavis W. w Bridge s... Order on school fund for salary ... Times Pub. Co HoW Dieu . J. Stolaroff -. Samuel gcbutz.. Consumers Ice Co ........ Martin Nolaa 8. W. Tel. & Tel, Co A. B. McKle T. H. Springer Consumers lea Co........ ...... Clarke St Courts. ... S. Lucero Star Stables. ... J. C. I-oss D. Klein Pars W. Pitman, postage stamps..... Fasett & Kelly . ..... Ke'ly & Pollard.......-.. ...... U. B. Charman J. Gar ia...- ...... C, Giron ........... C. F. Slack . 14 (-6 10 75 10.60 2.60 3.25 6.70 6 6.00 6.00 5.60 4.00 3.00 365 3-20 3.00 2.00 1.60 6,36 Then the digging of a canal across the horseshoe bend below the city, for tbe purpose of straightening tbe river channel, was taken up and discussed for some time. Major Magoffin bad ascea tnat tbe commissioners state what amount of money tbe county would be willing to pay. The matter was laid before the commissioners, and was still under consideration wben a motion to adjourn was carried. So the canal business will lie over until next meeting. Pare Hygenie Ice. Mad A frnm rilat.fllari sttA. A air your family physician or druggist as io purity and healthfulness of our ice, Telephone No. 14. iSHt PASO ICS & IvKFRIGKRATOR CO Awarded Highest Honors World's Pair. Qold Medal, Midwinter Fair. CREAM A Firs 0 raps Cream of Tartar Powder. 9 YEARS TH3 STANDARD mm TRUE HOME All the Stock Largest Brewery in the South. Last year's output 250,000 kegs more than any other brewery south of St. Louis. The cause of this is the excellent quality of the beer produced. Telephone 122. Road Accident. Last night about 8:30 aa accident . oc curred to two boys who were out prac tising for the coming road race, and one of the boys was pretty badly shaken up. Tbe Herald reporter call ed on G.R Outcault in regard to tbe accident. Outcault said: - "Last night Allan Quinn and I 'Started out- for a little ride; we were going down Myrtle street near the Catholic church at a pretty good clip; I saw a Mexican com ing toward us with a wagon and told Quinn to look out, but I don't think he heard me, for he didn't turn his wheel, but hit tbe Mexican's horse right square in the chest. I think that he must have hit bis head against the collar or something that was hard, as be was knocked unconscious. His wheel wasn't hurt a bit. We took him into Mrs. Coffin's house near by and went for a doctor." This morning Doctor Wright, who is attending Quinn, said: ' There Is nothing serious, only a good shake up and a little knock on tbe head. He is getting along al right." Allan Quinn ' is known by nearly every one in town; he was a telegraph messenger for a lorg tim, but at present be is in the employ of the 1 Paso Brick com pany. Quinn doesn't know at present whether he will be able to take his place in the coming races or not. To Sleep In Hammocks The volunteers who go to Cuba with Fitzhu gh Lee will not sleep on tbe ground If the general can prevent it. One precaution ranks above all others, in the opinion of Gen. Lee. It is tba the American soldiers - should not rrst at night on the earth. A hammock with a strip of canvas stretched over it to keep off the dew and the rain is what he is asking for each member of his command. This will beat tents all to pieces, be says. He has planned that the whole outfit, hammock, strip of canvas and two poles sharpened at one end, will make a compact easily transported package, that can be car ried by tbe soldiers II transportation is lacking. Campaigning In Cuba, Gen. Lee says, calls for light clothing and little coveringsand some provision against contact with tbe moist, ma laria-exhaling soil after dark. at. Louis Globe-Democrat. Drowned. Hllario Mendoza. son of Tomas and Maria Mendoza. acred 9 vears. drowned yesterday above tbe smelter near tne soutnern racinc oriage. An Inquest will ba held by Judge Downs. Union Sunday school excursion and I ntonln All aHnarri fn ITa.h1an'a SnAial I. . - - r- - train leaves G H. depot Thursday. June 16tb, at 8:30 p. m., sharp and will return about o p. m , ou miles ride, M) miles and return. Free baggage oars for lunches, chairs, swings, hammocks, etc. A nice grove has been prepared for the picnic-and there will be p'enty of lea for everyone at the grounds, and good water. All invited ano an re' quested to bring lunch. Tickets on sale at KeUy & bollard's, sKlchsrds s, Hickox and Hixson's. Keifer's. Webb's, Irvins, Walz's, Delquest I&Andrews s. and at trains. Children under 10 years 15c round trip; .all others 25o round- trip. It is rumored that the firm of Brown, Manzanares & Company, wholesale grocers of Las Vegas, have )eaed tbe old store bouse or K.eteisen & uegetau near the Santa Fe depot and expect to open up a wholesale business here about the middle of next month. This firm has been in business in Las Ve gas for a good many years and has handled tne business oi tne wnite Oaks country by a wagon line; now the El Paso Northeastern road is into Alamogordo, the firm will open up a bouse at tbis end of tbe railroad so as still to supply their customers out in that country. A New Summer Resort. About noon today a Herald report er walked up to a couple of men on tbe street who were discussing the subject of where they were going to spend the summer. Une or tbem said tbat be had concluded to take his family to California, but on figuring out tbe cost of taking them all be found that it wa too expensive. Tbe other man said, ''Well, I have just received a letter from a friend up at tbe new station of Alamogordo on the El Paso Northeast ern road, aid he tells me that there is snow on the mountains now and tbat one has to wear heavy clothing all tbe time except in the middle of the day. If tbat is the case I think I'll go up there for my vacation, and take the folks along, and it will not be so ex pensive. Don't know yet what day we will go. but as toey Degin tneir sunaay excurs'ons on next Sunday, tbe 19th, we will try and go men." ine trains leave El Paso at 7:45 a. m. and return in the evening about seven. Thn rate on those excursions is $2 50 and the tickets are good only for date of sale unless an extension is aked for. and then they will be extended for those who wish to stay some time. INDUSTRY. owned bv San Antonio citizens J. W. MAGOFFIN, Agent. taaaas PEW & SON, Agents, El Paso. Texaa. The Best Truss ON THE MARKET. A Fit Guaranteed and no Charge for Fitting. SILVER Mten ' c LIGHT, COOL, Easy to Wear. Retains Severest Hernia io pressure on Hips ot Back. Ko onderstnps. with Comfort. Never moves. SOLE AGENT, M.H. WEBB, Druggist, 230 San Antonio St. JeC.Ross&Co., Undertakers and jjmbalmers. 401 EL PASO ST. Every requisite for Funerals. thing Satisfactory. Every one 'Phone 811. Residence 183. Dr. M. Ramser, Practice limited to EYE, NOSE EAR.... P3 THROAT. Spectacles accurately fitted. MOREHOUSE BIXX :K. OREGON ST. A. H. WHITMER, D. D. S. Dentistry in all Its branches. Office Over Santa Pe Ticket Office Good Health Came to me after uslns- six bottles of Irvin's Sarsaparilla. I was bed rid den for two years and a friend induced me to try this medicine I began to mend at once and attribute my present enjoyment of health, at the age of seventy six largely to its use. JAS. MCUINNIS, Price 75c a bottle at Irvin's Black Cat Hose. We have just received all size of the popular "Black Cat Hose" in tbe sum mer weight. You know how tbey wear. Price 25c for aU eiz?s in either lieht or heavy weight. CALIFORNIA STORK. To the Merchants and Property Own ers oi na raso. Having opened a RpbI F.tt and Insurance office at 112 San Francisoo street, I respectfully solicit a t-hare of your patronage. John Julian. . Mnslin Underwear. stock before buying or making. We bave a complete stock and at all nrinpft California Store. T rfta nn.n.J .r, -mnlnirmpnt. nffino Am ahln tn furnish all kind of haln on short notice. Call and regl ster for neip or employment. UEORGE UOLLER. 30t El Paeo street. Gold-band ham and White Label Leaf lard at the 1 Paso Grooery Co.