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WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1898. Truth, Liberty, Love of Country. PTJBUSHID KVIBY EVENING Except Sunday J. A. SMITH, General Manager H. D. SLATER, Managing Editor. H. I C A PELL, Business Manager Entered at the postofflce at El Paao, Texas, aa mall matter ox tne second ciaaa. TIRU1 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oallj, one J Dally, alx aKwha.. Daily, thre months u&uy one nu mo. Weeklv one ve ir Veeklv alx nrontha... Weekly tbrat ontha, jr oarrikr. TThe DittT Hnuu la delivered by carrier in Kl taao, Texas, and J u area, Mexico, at li sents per week, or ou cents per moom. nlural)ia f nlllntr t. nt Tun H 1R1U) TBW llarlyor promptly alvald notify Tm Bia au bnslneas office (not the carrier) in order o receive immediate attention. Telepbene o. lift. lavnriiiha rates. nates of advertising In tbe Dally or Weekly dltlon made known on application at the publication office. Or rink up telephone nam oer 116. and a representative of the business Department wui call ana quote prices uu Qonr&ift tnr an. Locals 10 cents per line In every Instance or nrst insertion, ana o cents per line iur wu mfl ill t.lnn &1 1 nanrt.lnn I ILegal notices of STsry description (1 per cn eacn insertion. BOOK AND JOB PRINTINQ. T Hiiild Is fully prepared to do all kinds of plain and fancy job printing in all the latest styles. Work perfectly and orompuy aone. There were many kicks at the rigid examinations our soldier boys got -be fore they were permitted to enter the service. The health of those fellows in camp and'in Cuba is sufficient to justify fully the wisdom of those ex amlnations. The sick -list is less that one per cent, a remarkably low rate in any body of men so aggregated un; der the hard conditions of the service. This is good news for those at home who have feared disease more than bullets when thinking of their loved ones. A populist convention in Washing ton state the other day did a charac teristlcally, populistically idiotic thing, One plank in the platform urged a vig orous prosecution of the war and the very next plank condemned the issuance of bonds for any purpose whatever! For asinine stupidity com' mend us to a free silver and greenback jingo. J The issue of bonds for war purposes has been more than justified by the way small investors have taken hold of them. Reports from small towns throughout the United States indicate that the whole issue will be taken up by investors outside of the large ci ties. A Georgian in one of the camps didn't recognize the surgeon's insignia of office. Slapping the doctor on the back ho cried, "That's right, captain, kill all you can of 'em." The doctor blushed and turned away Tbe "funny bone" is no bone at all, only an exposed nerve. But this doesn't make any difference to the man who is hit. So with arguments with an angry man. He doesn't want ar guments; he wants blood. NOT an inch of ground was yielded by our brave soldiers during the San tlago fight. It was hard to face that awful fire from the entrenchments, but what man of all those men of iron flinched in the face of death? Sailors have little respect for classic antiquity. They have changed the names of the British warships Bellerophon, Belisarius and Agamen- ticuB into Billy Ruffian,Bully Sawyers, and Aggy Meant To Cuss, respectively The Twenty-first United States in fantry sang the Star Spangled Banner as they went into the fight at Santiago. They learned it by hearing it played over and over by the post band as the beautiful flag was lowered at sundown It took only three shots from the little Suwanee to destroy the flag on Morro Castle that she aimed at. There's the secret of American vic tories. We were wondering why Spain didn't celebrate Cervera's victory over Sampson. It is all right. The news is in today, slightly delayed, that's all. Why is it that so many great and famous men make editors and reporters miserable if their nae.es arent pub lished in the paper? Americans are the best fighters on earth, man for man. Britishers are a close second, no doubt. It's blood that counts. Blind but valorous despair versus the enthusiasm of men conscious of be ing right: Right 1 Despair 0. Some of the bitter fighting about Santiago may be due to the quinine the men live on. Weddings have slumped. Girls! Girls! Whose fault is this? J .'. 1 60 ' " "T.T.7.. "I... a oo ,,, 60 THE MEXICAN ARCH. One of the prettiest pieces of decoration that El Paso has Been for a long time was the arch which was built for Independence Day across San Antonio street in front of the Mexican consulate. Consul Mallen himself superintended the building of the arch. The opening is about twenty feet high. On top of the arch in the center is a statue of the Goddess of Liberty. The statue stands thirteen feet high, and from the ground to the head of the Goddess of Liberty is over forty feet. To the right of the Goddess of Liberty, is a (large portrait of George Washington, and to the left of the Goddess is a portrait of the libe rator of our sister republic. Hidalgo. Extending across the upper part of the arch are the words "Colonia Mexlcana," The two side columns of the arch Mexican colors. In the corners of the The arch called forth much favorable Little Items From Live Papers. Texas. The stamps may be a nuisance But one happy thought you gain - Every time you lick one It's another lick at Spain. Exchange Proposition for new railroad build ing in Texas are now coming thick and fast. Houston f ost. George Howard has sold out his stock of cattle to Henry Bernard for $10,000. Marfa New Jra. Victoria and Fort Lavaca are scheduled to play ball at Athletic Park Sunday'afternoon. Port Lavaca- en. Considerable damaee was done Joske Bros.' fine decorations by the rain and wind vesterdav afternoon. San An tonio Light. Jack Dawson passed through this week from the Big Bend with 3500 sheep bound for Toyah Creek. Alpine Avalanche. We learn that Dell Dewees is taking out 500 pounds of quicksilver daily from his mine located south of Alpine. -Avalanche. Thieves made a raid last night on the poultry at No. 804 Avenue C, and a large number of fowls were missing this morning. San Antonio Light. This afternoon a horse hitched to one of R. Walsh's delivery wagons be came frightened on East Pecan street and rar. away. Sherman itegister. Ninety per cent, of the cigarette smokers. who applied for enlistment in the army were rejected on the ground of physical disability. Bon- ham News. At the cotton exchange of Turner Wilson & Co. today authentic word was received that the hrst bale oi lex as cotton was ginned at Pearsall, Frio countv. June 13th. Sherman Ke- gister. An -unknown white man, apparently about 27 vears old. was found in an un conscious condition at the corner of Main and Dove streets last night about 11:30 o'clock by Officers Stampley ana Gannaway. Dallas News. Man's life is full of crosses and temp tations. He comes into the world without his consent and goes out of it against bis will, and his trip be tween the two eternities is exceeding ly rocky. Marfa New Era. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, of East Sherman, Texas, by mistake took mor phine instead of quinine. Fortun ately, the quantity of the drug swal lowed was sufficient to produce nausea and vomiting, which saved the lives of both. Sherman Register. Southern Pacific private car "Sara- gossa" arrived from El Paso July 1st, with the family oi superintendent W. R. Martin on board, accompanying a party of friends, who have been visit ing them at El Paso, as far as San An tonio, on their retnrn to Canada. San Antonio Light. NEW MEXICO. Jaffa, Prager & Miller sold Leon Haflin their clip, amounting to about 45,000 pounds. Pecos Valley Argus. Mayor J. W. Fleming will recruit men for Captain Eugene Van Patten's U. S. volunteer infantry. Silver City enterprise. New machinery for the North Home- stake mill at White Oaks, N. M., has been purchased in Denver. South West Bullion. William Nell, the young man shot at Hope, recently in the Pratt difficulty there, came to Eddy this week. Pecos Valley Argus. The government is buyintr 50,000 head of cattle in Texas and the Indian Territory for the U.S. soldiers in Cuba. New Mexican. Col. J. W. Fleming, of Silver Citv. mine inspector for New Mexico, was here the latter part of )ast week on of ficial business. Raton Range. Frank Plonteaux is in the citv from La Luz endeavoring to secure 100 la borers for the El Paso fe Northeastern railway. Santa Fe New Mexican. Dr. G. N. Woods is sinking: a shaft on the Gold Belt mine, at a depth of feet tbe vein shows two feet of rich gold ore. Silver City Enter prise, i The thermometers in nan-Ulna nm'rl their respects to 98 in the shade last Wednesday making it the warmest-day of the season so far. Cerrillos Re gister. Sheriff Klnsell ralatps that. n. tam days aero a man in Santa Fe hurrahed for SDain and was nrnmntlv lrnnnirorl down by two other men. Cerillos (Re gister. and the dates '1776" and "1810." are entwined by the American and arch are the eagles of the two republics comment. July 1st the system of pooling en gines, now in vogue on eastern divi sions of the Santa Fe. will be intro duced on the western division. Raton Range. The treasury department has wired Revenue Collector A. L. Morrison, at Santa Fe, that all revenue stamps de sired will reach you by July 1st. Ra ton itange. Kentucky blue grass grows without irrigation in the Sacramento moun tains. Ranchers there think it is the greatest stock country in the west. New Mexican. Percy T. Carnea, Evangelist of New Mexico, lor the Christian church, will begin a series of gospel meetings at tbe ir'resbyterian cnurcn in tnis city Sunday July 10th, 1898. Silver City Enterprise. Colonel Richard Hudson, Baker Bros., Whitman Bros, and Llndsby recently disposed of 1,500 head of 1,2 ana d-year-oia steers at separ for -U, $23 and $26 per head respectively. New Mexican. The American Tobacco company and the merchants of this city those that handle tobaccos are at war with each other, and the fight, from all accounts, is a very lively skirmish, with chances in favor of the local merchants wind- ning the Joonte6t. Albuquerque Citizen A Washington dispatch announces that the bill granting to New Mexico about 2,000,000 acres of public lands for the benefit of territorial institu tions and the public schools of the territory bas been approved by the president and is now a law-. fecos valley Argus. On Saturday N. Salmon received an infernal machine through the mail. Deputy Sheriff Huber reports that his examination of the alleged infernal machine sent to N. Salmon, resulted in the final knowledge that it was harmless. What was mistaken for stick of dynamite and a lot of shot was a phial of medicine and some liver pills. New Mexican, Santa Fe. Judge Hamilton, who for nearly four years has been judge of this district turns tbe office over to his successor to day. Judge Hamilton has made an enviable record on the bench, he has been honest, painstaking and thorough in his work, has only had one case re versed and leaves a clear docket for his successor. His friends almost the entire people without reference to the political belief are sorry to see him leave tne Dench wnere he has de servedly won the reputation of being tbe best judge New Mexico ever had Socorro Chieftain; ARIZONA. The Gila Valley railway will cross tne una at ban Carlos next week. Tucson Star. James L. Grant is Gradually absorb ing me cattle interests oi Arizona. .Phoenix Republican. P. B. Yates, route agent for Wells. Fargo & Co. in Arizona and Sonora, is very in at Oakland, (Jal. Border Vidette. C. M. Shannon, ex-collector of inter national revenue, is visiting in New Mexico, ills borne is at Clifton. Tuc son Star. Twenty ladies met at the office of Dr. uiymer last nlerbt and organized a branch of the Red Cross society. f noenix republican. PurifiedHis Blood Then the Disease That Caused Suf fering Disappeared-How Hood's Sarsaparilla Cured Ulceration. As you must cleanse the stream at the fountain, so you must purify the blood if you would cure any disease caused or promoted by impure blood, and the world's great blood purifier is Hood's Sarsaparilla. Read this letter: "I was taken sick with ulceration of the bowels and the prescriptions given me did not do any good. One day my mother saw a testimonial which told of some one being cured of a similar trouble by Hood's Sarsaparilla and I began taking it. In a short time I found I was gaining, and when I had taken three bot tles I was entirely cored and able to re sume my duties." Charlks Brown. lock Box 443, Greenville, Texas. If yon have decided to take Hood's Sar saparilla do not buy any other. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best In fact the One True Blood Purifier. Sold by all druggists. Si ; six for $5. H nnr1' cure Wver Ills; easy to 1 1UUU X-lUSi take, easy to operate. 260. One hundred and fiftv Mexican min ers and laborers were brought up from below Noerales last nisrht and were un loaded at Don Luis station Bisbee Orb. Mr. Carlos G. Mertens, collector of customs for Nogales, Sonora, has in vited a number of friends to so to -a-sita for an outing next Sunday. Bor der Vidette. Conductor Joe Waddell. of the S. P. R. R. states that his trip across the desert Tuesday last was the hottest in his experience of thirteen years. .me son Citizen.' While returning from a reception at the residence of Mr. Clay son on Wed nesday evening. Dr. George B. Pratt and wife, John Eden and Mies Johnson became tbe victims of a runaway ac cident. The horses were frightened by a cow. Phoenix Republican. Ex-City Collector A. A. Long was arraigned before Justice Johnstone yesterday morning charged with a misappropriation of the city funds. His bond was fixed at 82,000 and his preliminary examination was set for next Tuesday. Phoenix Republican. A strange' early-in-the-morning sight yesterday wa9 one man pursuing another with a lariat, which he finally threw dexterously enough to rope his man. The victim had a bottle of whisky concealed about his person and that was the object of his pursuit. Bisbee Orb. The famous Copper Queen case re ceived another backset in court today. The attorney for the government made application for a new trial on the ground that the decision of the late jury was not in accord with tbe in structions of the court. The question was argued for two days and this morn ing Judge Davis denied the motion. An appeal will probably go to the su preme court. Citizen. Following cattle shipments are re ported by the Ranee News: From Wilcox, Last Thursday, June 23, by C. J. Hafey to himself at Chico, Colo.. 531 head of 6teer cattle. Sunday, June 16, by F. G. Bloom to Bloom Cattle company, at L.ane v lew, N, M., 652 head of mixed cattle and 72 head of stock horses. Tuesday 28, by R. J. Stark to E. R. Hooker at Ness City, Kansas, 237 head of mixed cattle. D. A. Adams' horse shipment of June 21, consisted of 21 head, destin ed to Crlsto Texas Regular shipments of ore from the Silver Thread mine continues. Tomb stone Prospector. MEXICO. George Crane of Dubuque. Ia., is re gistered at the Iturbide. Mexico City Telegram. Tacuba will have a religious feast on July 4. that of the Senor del Claus- tro. Two Kepu biles. A. H. Jenkins and bride were treat ed to a shower of rice last night just as the National train was leaving. Mex ico City Telegram. The first Ward Line steamer from New York, with ladies on board, since the war broke out, is due to arrive at Veracruz about the 1st of J uly. Two Republics. The group of mines formerly owned by Angel Blanco at Sultepec have just been sold to a Detroit, Mien., syn dicate, the price being 8100,000. Mex ioo City Telegram. In the observatory at Tacubaya pre parations are beins- made ifor the ob servation jpi the Wolff comet, which is duet in these latitudes during the first week of July. Two Repub lies. The new tariff of the Central rail way goes into effect today between Tampico and San Luis Potosi, which will be a great benefit to the com merce of that section. Mexico Her ald. It Is proposed to construct in the pa tio of the public school building in SaS Angel a roomy hall, whicn is to be used during the coming feasts both as a tneatre and a ballroom. Two Re publics. On account of the frequent appear ance in the streets of dogs showing symptoms of Hydrophobia, the health authorities nave ordered the poison ing of all dogs running loose about tne streets Two Kepublics. Three Americans are developing a mine on the r uerta river in the Mex ican state of Sinaloa which is yielding ore carrying zus gold to the ton. Dr. Wolf, Jennings and Thompson are tbe lucky men. boutn west Bullion A whole carload of pickpockets and other scum- picked up by the police in tne nignways ana byways of Mexico, was yesterday morning taken to Vera cruz for transportation to the correct ional colony in the National valley. Two liepubiicB. The funeral of the late Mrs. Isaac Mack Hutchinson, who died in the city Monday night, left the residence on Providencia street yesterday afternoon. at tnree O'clock, ana tne remains were followed to the English Cemetery bv a goodly number of sorrowing friends. Mexican Herald. HOT WORK For Three Of Sampson's 'Skeeters. A special to tbe Dallas News savs: a special irom .fiaya uei n,ste dated Saturday says: Three vessels of Ad miral Sampson's fleet have just return ed from an advantageous expedition to Manzanillo in which they sunk two Spanish gunboats, one sloop and pon toon, disabled a Spanish torpedo boat. considerably damaged several of the enemy's gunboats and compelled the commander of a troop 6hip to run her toward tne snore. One of Sampson's vessels, the Hvatt. was strucK eleven times ana another, the Hornet, was disabled by a 6hell which hit her main steam pipe. She was towed out of danger by the WarrjD- aiucK. Admiral Sampson sent the Hvatt. the Hornet and the Wampatuck to Manzanmo to destroy lour Spanish gunboats which the admiral had been informed were lying in that harbor. Instead of finding only that array of fighting crafts, the American vessels encountered in crescent formation nine vessels, including a torpedo boat and a cruiser. They also found themselves flanked by land batteries and armed pontoons while a heavy battery of field artillery was in position on the water front and the shore for miles was lined with soldiers who maintained a tierce fusil lade. Undaunted the three little. American vessels steamed into the harbor and began an attack. It was returned by the Spanish vessels and for hours a hot fight was waged. During ; he engage ment the Hyatt was made the main target of the Spanish gunners. Thev succeeded in hitting the Hyatt eleven times, but the plucky little craft with stood the heavy fire gallantly. When the firing was hottest a shell struck the Hornet, smashing the main steam pipe and doing considerable damage. Tbe Wampatuck hastened to tne rescue of the Hornet, the Hyatt mean time keeping up its sharpest fire. The Wampatuck got a line on the Hornet and steamed out to sea with her in tow. The Hyatt followed close after pouring shot at the enemy until out of range. During the engagement the Ameri can vessels succeeded in sinking one of the Spanish gunboats, . one sloop and one pontoon. They also, disabled tha enemy's torpedo boat, did much dam age to several of the gunboats in the harbor. They also discovered tbe Pu rissima Concepcion and two large transports lying in the b arbor. The Hyatt also ran into Neguira bay and discovered a Spanish gunboat ly ing there, which she sunk in ten min utes. The Hyatt subsequently dis covered a troop ship some distance out from shore and fired a shot across her bow toward the shore and drove her aground. Without attempting to save their vessel the Spaniards scrambled ashore and disappeared into the woods. Chris. Fewel, son of Major William Fewel of this city, is an officer on the Hornet. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts bruises, aorea. 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 1b guaranteed to give pea, eot satisfaction or money refunded Price 26 cents per box. For sale by W. A. Irvin & Co., wholesale and re- tall agents. , Mr. P. Ketcham of Pike City, Cal., says: "During my brother's late sick ness from sciatic rheumatism, Cham berlain's Pain Balm was the 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 . SOUTHERN PACIFIC. Morgan Line. t "SUNSET ROUTE." tt The Morgan Sunset Southern Pacific steamers will continue to run between rMew York and New Orleans, and 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 Domts west of New Orleans and New York and seaboard points, a . . a t a ana tne service win De un broken, cars running through without transfer where prac ticable, thus insuring fast time. The Mallory 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 Santa Fe Route Excursion List. SEASIDE EXCURSIONS.durlng June. July uuu August, iU ubs Angeic, neoonao Keacn, Santa Monica, and San Diego. Tickets on sale every Thursday. Kound trip $10.00. Good to return iu w oars. NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASS'N. Washington, D. C, July 7-12. Tickets on sale July 2-3-4. Rate will be advertised In next circular. "Watch for it." Omaha, Neb., and return. Account Expo sition. Thirty day tickets, $50.20. Tickets good ror return until November 16th. 00.25. umua, neo ana return, June 24, good re turning until juiy 5, Omaha, Neb., and return, June 27, good for return until July 8, $39.65. Fourth Julv rates, tickets on sale .Tnlv 3rd and 4th, final return limit July 6th. One fare ior ruunu trip. uoloruclo springs, July 18, to August 6th, Institute of Indian Schools Fara n.nd onn third. Certificate plan. Columbus. Ohio. Jul v 28 to A niriist 23d : f .are udu one tmru; certificate. Cincinnati. Ohio. June 27. Julv 1: fure ai one third: certificate. Chicago. July 12-14; fare and one third: cprl tificate. Boston. July 11-16: fare and one third: ceri Chamita. N. M.. Julv llltli. 200th innl vers.irv oi me permanent settlement oi JNew Mexico. Kate of one fare Kl Faso to Santa Fe and re turn. On sale Julv lath, urood for return Julv llth. Kound triD summer tourist tick ets on sale as follows: Charlestown W. Va 185.20, Detroit, Mich., S7H.95. Lake Chautau S73 10. Montreal, Que.. SH6.85. Niagara Falls, 88S 05: Pittsburff. Pa.. S80.70: Onnlmc. One . $101.86: St. Paul, Minn,, $73.95; Toronlo, On tario, $88.05; White Sulphur Hprings, W. Va., 875.30. Buffalo, N. y. & Keturn, Baptist Young People's Union. Tickets on .sale July !tu and 10th, Round trip $58. ;t5, limited July lUlh. On deposit of ticket and Duvment of fee of 50 cents, an extension may be had extending nnai limit to oept 1st. Summer tourist tickets on sale to Denver. Colorado Springs and Pueblo at regular sum mer rates, good for return until October 31. Low round trip rates will be in effect to all points, during the months of June, July, and August. It's a pleasure to us to give you rtes, and all necessary information, at city ticket office or depot. J. 9. 'MORRISON, A F. B. HOUGHTON, City Ticket Agent.. uenerai Agent. "WELLS FARGO BUILDING." Dr. M. Ramser, Practice limited to EYE, NOSE EAR.... mjnHROAT. Spectacles accurately fitted. MOREHOUSE BLOCK. OKEQON ST tm ; "His Work His Reference." Milne, The Inimitable I SIGN WRITER ; 117 SAN FRANCISCO St. Signs ..Of Everv Description.. i Finest Work. X Lowest Prices- Independent Assay Office. Established 1888. D. W.RECKHART, E. M., Prop. A tront. frvr nm RhfnnAM. A man vm and Chem leal analysis. Mines examined and reported upon. Bullion work a peclaltp. P.O. box 88. Office and Laboratory: Cor. san Francisco and Chihuahua Sts. KL, PASO, TEXAS Newest thing in town. Prettiest wheel you ever saw. The ARNES IKE, "The White Boy." More new features than you will find in any other bike. If want to see enameling' "what are" enameling, see the BARNES. Nicest finished wheel on the market. Drop In. Ask Questions We Wc.'i Kick. El Paso Novelty Work WHOLESALE DEPOT AETNA AND Rip VflPC MONARCH PltjUCO New Tandems and 1898 Bicycles for rent. v - REPAIRING. EL PASO CYCLE CO., Mesa Avenue. McDonald & Tanner, 113 Oregon Street, Sheldon. Block- 'PHONE 271. Texas & Pacific EXCURSIONS. "No Trouble to Answer Questions." te?Pas. to Atlanta, Or, and return July In. In and IT? i t. a. Account. vAiinlnn nf ex-Cnnf Adprn.tA ' - Omaha, Neb. and return, account Exposi tion - 1 hirty-day tickets, $60. 36. Tickets good foS,r?,turn untu Noyember 15, 160.20. JUiy9, J6 3p. Certificate plan. Account of ou"1V ur uioie School, Baylor University. El Paso to RiiiA fcr -v m,,ti i .i 0: ePa returning until July 20, with Po .?e of eenslon to leave Buffalo not later than Sept. 3; $56.35. Account of In- Dle's TJni ,-onve,t1n Baptist Young Peo ?.! Pa" Galveston and Return July 10; returning until Ju)y i3; J25.90. Account An- uutti v t 1 1 v Kniinn i-i re. . a ... . .iFn w sotohl,reTeport and Return July 11 ?A,7nt isoT,eur,lln un July 1T' fc34-95- Ac" sooiatio n Lumber Manufacturers' As- mLi w Worth and Return Account ctela Louclave. July 18-32; S34.55; certilii- i5.i'w,into Port Worth and Return-July AritL,? returning until August 1. ventists. Assemoiy seventn tay a.a- Tourist. nitM . A n. t i nri vitv va Louis, every weanesaay, eveVylTnurlaaVhandKan9'lS?ltytOChiCa80 Cool ; isneclaTlv ""i ""D" t"? AVS2?2i,I!! "? Paper, account Natlo ton, D n ucatlnal Association. Washing- ville. ik, in Jult; Knights Templars, Dal- are nn iA -ci rAn. y niT:nlriBtiftn Knoeavnr. njlrh- las. in Tick Miner: of ValeJ KV.-, A.n,1? .'or sixty days I rom gate For 6flrBVi2r . A. W I )TA(:iffc lurul . iui hud Depot 'llCKet Agi., or Sout.ni 17 Rl pJSfl Passenger Agent. 17 Kl Paso 8trt. El Paso. Texas. No Sunsfct RoutTExcursion List. Buffs' ' N;,J;-Jofthe meeting of Baptist r?.li.e.?JI.nlon. rate 68.35. Dates of Young sale Ju July aot.i JUth. Final limit for return Atiant federate t'Veterinr """hual reunion of Oon Uteheara3s .Pat. .? .P.!6-8 f sale Jul. turn Au list 1st. ,M1' ini uiui- H. R. Tl I? SRP p T. E, HUNT. If .s. P. U. R. oom'iAgt.S.P.R.R- Ticket A i IT PEW & SON, Agents, El Paso, Texas. The Best Truss ON THE MARKET, A Fit Guaranteed and no ChargeTfor Fitting. AMERICAN SILVER TRUSS. LIGHT. COOL. .Easy to Wear. Retain Severest Hernia with Comfort, 'No pressure os Hip or Back. No unders traps. Never moves. SOLE AGENT. M.H.WEBB, Druggist, 230 San Antonio St. Spend the summer where the cool sea breezes blow and enjoy yourself. The SOUTHERN PACIFIC will run a weekly excursion to Santa Barbara, Santa Mon ica, Long Beach, San Pedro and Los Angeles. Tickets on sale every Thursday at the the low rate of $40.00 for the round trip. Tickets are good for ninety days from date of sale and are good for stop-overs at point in Cali fornia west of Colton. For further particulars call on or address, T. E. HUNT, Com1 Agent, S. P. Ry. H. R. TURNER, Tkt. Agent, S. P. Rv. ML f . B. REGISTER, Chief Consulting Physician to the New Cure Medical and Surgical Institute of Hot Springs, Ark., has permanently .located in 1 Paao on account of climatic advantages. In offering his professional services to the publsc.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 cities. Also, five years' association and exper ience with leading specialists at Hot Springs, Ark. He is discoverer and perfector of New Cures tor Diseases of Women and the originatoe of a new System of treatment for Diseases of the Blood, Tumors, Ulcers, Cancers and Scrofula, and all Inflammatory Conditions of the Eye, 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, should make it known through the public prints. His extensive experience, with the aduantage of com bined skill from his associates, guaran tees to sufferers in El Paso and vicinity the very best treatment known to med ical science. All Sufferers from asy 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 the Southwest many nua x'aso, ujnsuijI'athjjn fu&iu. office: FREUDENTHAL BLOCK, Upstairs. Cor. El Paso & San Francisco Sts. Opp. Grand Central Hotel. Hours: 9 a. m. to 12 m., 2 to 4, and 7 to 8 p. m. El Paso Lime Works. A. COTTRCHESNE, Prop. i CAPACITY OF 500 BDSBKLS PER DAY. MANUFACTURERS OF Hydraulic White Lime Correspondence bond ted. Sierra Madre Line to the Yaqui Gold ileitis. Take the R. O., 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 320 p. m., Mexico City time. Depot opposite Mexloan Central passenger depot. J. T. Loo AN, Gen'l Traffic Agent. El Paso to Santa Kosalia, Mexico: First class fare $21, Mexican money. Tickets good for 90 days. Stop over allowed. (, r 7