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THE STAR LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES.
Corner Weit Overland aid Santa Wt Street. 9 rr it' vrj I 1 ,- ggy THK ONLY MORGUE IN THE CITY. Gives the FOR HOUSEHOLD AT THE fry Him I. S OHLINGrEE, SNew York Tailor MAKER OP -sStylish, Perfect Fitting Clothes AT LOWEST PRICES. Work speaks for itself One trial will convince you. SOMETHING NEW At SPRINGER'S. All of our old stock was burnt and must have new (roods to take their place. T- H. J? RLN G-ER raxxi"tzrf Oroolcery and OeL3rpt.s 6 San Antonio Btreet. HOUCK & DIETER, IMPORTERS and JOBBERS PINE WINES AGENTS for 213 El Paso St. Washington Dining No. 4, TAYS BLOCK, Little Plaza. BEST EESTAUEANT IN ALL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON. R.S3GrTJ7AJ IS TO S X' Y HiNQ 4s OO PROFi Link Restaurant, 3331 Paso Street. A First-CI ass Short Order House. Ooen Day and. !Nigclxfc. J. B. McGIBBON, 800 El Paso Street, Opera House Block. New and. Second-hand Fiirnitrxre STOVES, ST. CLAIR STEEL RANGES, CROCKERY, LAMPS. GLASSWARE, ETC. Refrigerators Cheap in Order to Close Out. Emerson & Berrien UNDERTAKERS 324 & 326 El Paso St. Phones 71, 68, & 19 Hearsa and Carriages Furnished: Fine Merchant Tailoring, And Rents' Furnishing Goods. 104 Xli PASO STREET. The Most Direct Line to Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, Denver, St. Paul, Omaha, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. And all Northern and Eastern Points THROUGH TRAINS. PAST TIME. SMOOTH TRACK. Elegant Pullman Palace Sleepers on all through trains. Daily Tourist Sleeping cars to Denver, Kansas City and Chicago. Tourist Sleeping cars semi weekly to St. Paul and Minneapolis and once each week to St. Loufi & Boston tnt TT w " Kr8Bwpior mealB tne famous Santa Fe Pull Information cheerfully furnliihed upon application to J. S. MORRISSON, VV p. B. HOUGHTON, - City Ticket Agent. General Agent. Office. Fargo Building, Corner El Paso and San Antonio Streets. JJJJg OF MEXICO will tell you that all impor- tant points in Mexico are reaehed by or via Mexican Central Ry. Guadalajara and Tamploo. ' Mexlco For rates and other Information, apply to G. A. MULLER, Commercial Agent, El Paso, Texas. WSOOTIRIPiCIF O. W. BEIN. Traffic Manager, Uoustoo Tex. Phone 02. J- CALDWELL, Prep. Caldwell Undertaking Co. 805 S. El Paso Street, The Leading Undertakers, Phones 107 and 02. CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT J. E. NAGLEY. Mnsr Highest Price GOODS, AND SELLS LOWEST. LTON 116 Oregon Street. 305 1-2 San Antonio St, U -i AND WHISKIES WILLIAM J. LKM P BREWING OO., St. Louis, Mot PAB8T BREWING OO.. Milwaukee. Wis. El Paso, Texas Hall CITY. 1. -WOO MOO SINQ, MOR. SI PASO TEXAS Rate .. . n ursion (SUNSET ROUTE.) L. J I'AKKS, A. O. P. & T. A., Houston J Irex. Stella's Lover. Among a group of railroad men near the a. ir deixjt last evening was one who was noticeably affected by the ar tide which appeared in tbe railroad column headed, "Engineer t Brown's Problem." Brown had a girl who used to appear at a certain railroad crossing and be would stop his engine to embrace her. "Wow, that recalls a little courtship which I experienced wnne nring on tne w a Dash between Moberly, Mo., and St. Louis. My en gineer, Billy, used to stop for water near a section nouse, ana tn tnat bouse lived a girl named Stella. She appear ed at the engine just ae regular as the engine pull ed in and it actually did my heart good to see them kiss and caress during the few minutes the en gine was at a standstill. Billy would put in his leisure time aloDg the line telling of Stella's good qualities and how he was preparing her a com fortable home in Sc. Louis. spoke tojmy wife frequently aboutr Billy's girl ;and it became a regula thing upon my arrival at home -for my wile to astt now Stella was. The young lady's regularity in calling ud Billy rather interested me and I .assure you 1 was not at all surprised when he informed me that he was going to take ner to at. louis tne next trip. The next trip Billy certainly left St. Louis a sappy man and he received orders to run through Wells V. where tne girl was ana take water at the next tank where he would meet the south bound passenger, Billy did not like this to any great extent but the an ticipated pleasure of his return trip gave him a great deal of comfort. We were going about thirty miles an hour when we passed the tank where the girl stood as usual and she had only time to signal us before we had left her far behind. Billy increased the engine's speed after leaving the girl and we were traveling at an aw ful rate about a mile and half from the agirl, where from some reason or otner we went into the ditch, the engine turning on Billy's side. What happened for the next five days is all hearsay with me as I wa unconscious from my injuries. Billy, they say, was mangled in an aw ful manner and killed instantly. It was months before I was able to return to work, but when I did and passed Wells V, there stood Stella, but her eyes were never directed towards the engine. She would lean her head on her bands and was apparently in deep thought. For several weeks after I returned to work Stella repeated these calls. She would not come as close to the engine as upon earlier occasions but she seemed satisfied to get just a glimpse at the engine which killed her lover. She was finally Bent to Sedalia, where it was hoped the strange scenes would detract her attention from ber dead lover." A "Men's Man." "Samuel R. Callaway, lately presi dent of the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, now president of the New i orx Central, has one of the pleasant- est, most genteel 'fronts' in all the world ' says V ictor smith, In the .New York Press. "The merry twinkle of bis eye is magnetic. The crow's feet in his . temples are catching. He seems to be at peace with himself and the rest of human-kind. Ten years ago Sam was haipy to be vice president of the little old Nevada Central road, about ninety three miles long and narrow gauge. Then ledo, more from the he got to be president of the To st. lxuis & .Kansas (jity line, than half narrow gauge, that footstool stepped and into New wn: presidency of the Chicago & St. Louis. York, li K. Vanderbilt soon learned that Ctllaway was a "men's man" as against an official's man. and got him orer on the Lake Shore, and no eooner did he take charge of the Vanderbilt interests in the absence of bis brother Cornelius than Callaway had to take Chauncey M. Depew's place." The Texas Central. A special from Austin, to the Hous ton Post says: The Waco and North western railway, which passed into the hands of the Houston and Texas Cen tral railway company at midnight last The wolf of starvation howls at v the doors of thou sands of men who are well to do and sur- rounded by plenty. Ill health, in the majority of cases, is starva tv Vv - tlon Pure and i, means that tion, pure and ZrW .J.-JSr ne7ve,bone 'sy and sinew are improperly or insufficiently nourished. Improper, insuf ficient nourishment is starvation. When a man's head aches it is because the tissues of the brain do not receive sufficient nourishment from the blood, or re ceive impure and unhealthy nourishment. When a man gets nervous and sleepless, it means that the blood is not properly nour ishing: the nerves. When his skin breaks out with blotches and pimples and erup tions, it means that the skin is being- fed upon the impurities of the blood. Almost every known disease is primarily due to improper nourishment through the blood, which is the life -stream. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is the gTeatest of all blood-makers and purifiers. It gives edge to the appetite, corrects all disorders of the digestion, makes the assimilation of the life-grivirgr elements of the food per fect, invigorates the liver, promotes secre tion and (excretion, and vitalizes the whole body. It makes firm, muscular flesh, but does n6t make corpulent people more cor pulent. It cures 98 per cent, of all cases of lingering: coughs, bronchial, throat and kindred affections, which, if neglected, lead up to consumption. It is the best of all nerve tonics and? restoratives. Kept by all medicine dealers. 1 was taken ill in February, 1S92, with head ache and pain in my back," writes H. Gaddis, Esq., of 13 South J Street, Tacoma, Wash. " I called in"a doctor and he came three times. He said I was bilious but I kept getting worse ; I took a cough so that I could not sleep, only by being propped up in bed. My lungs hurt me, and I got so poor that I was just skin and bone. I thought I was going to die. I used two bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and it made me sound and well. It saved my life.' ' No remedy relieves constipation so quickly and effectively as Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They never gripe. night, and will hereafter be operated as a part of that line, was formerly operat ed as a division of the Houstou and Texas Central roai. It extend- from Bremond to Ross, Texa. The operat ing officers of tbe rotd at the time of its last report to the rallro td commis sion were as follows: Alfrei Abeel, receiver; John M. Connor, treasurer; A. P. McCormick, attorney: T O. Ed wards, auditor; P. A Gorman, general manager; A. Olenbush, general freight and passenger agent; W. E Owens, gen eral baggage agent; C. A. Richardson, land commiss'oner. The general of fices were located at Waco. The ca pital stock authorized, issued ard out standing, of the road was $500,000. The road connects at Bremond with the Houston and Texas Central and at Roes with the Texas Central, the latter be ing a separate corporation from the former road. The St. Martlnvllle Branch. Mr. Van Vleck, manager of the South Pacific at Houston, announced yesterday that the extension of the St. Martinville branch road to Arnaud ville, will be regularly opened for business on the 5th of July. This announcement is made with much satisfaction by Mr. Vleck, and all the Southern Pacific officials are glad of it, because the branch, which is about twenty four miles long, opens one of the most fertile sections of the south to the trade of New Orleans. This road penetrates St. Martin parish for the most part, a part of the state where there has never been any facili ty given the people for the shipment of produce. Hence there has been no rapid development of the country. , mis road will serve to open up a new era of prosperity for that section. Mr. Van vleck states that the peo ple living along the new line will all be given free excursions on the Fourth of July, so thatthey may be afforded an opportunity of eretting acquainted with one another and with the road. Along these twenty-four miles of road, there will be some ten or twelve stations, sidings and switches, as every facility is to . be given the people for shipping out their produce. The work on the St. Martin ville branch has been pushed rapidly, and is completed much earlier than was expected by the management, when the work was started several months ago. New Orleans Pica yune. Texas Coast Railroad. Beevllle Bee. T. M. O'Connor of Victoria passed through Beeville Saturday on his way to his ranch in McMullen county. Mr. O'Connor is one of tbe largest stock holders in the new railway company lately organized in victoria, lie says that tne road would have been finished from Victoria to O'- Connorport ere this were it not for the fact that the United States government has seized every available vessel in American waters for the transportation of soldiers, provisions and munitions of war to Cuba and Porto Rico, and the rails for the new road are consequently delayed. The com pany's own tug was recently impressed by Uncle bam into tne service. As soon as the necessary material can be obtained the road will be thoroughly equipped from Victoria to the coast. Meanwhile grading will continue on the Yoakum branch. Wages Increased. 'I notice that a great many eastern roads are increasing the wages of their employes," said a Santa Fe man yes terday. "President Milton H. Smith. of the Louisville and Nashville road, has sent out official notification inform ing all employes of the line of the res toration of one-half of the reduction of salaries made in August 1893. The remainder will be restored January 1, 1899. The advance took effect Satur day and will affect about 18,000 men. It will require $500,000 additional to pay the increased wages. This ad vance has been promised the employes for some time past, and it is creditable to the railroad that it kept faith with the army of employes who confidently relied on tbe promise." Three Hundred Dollars Short. John Lawler, formerly with the Western Union Telegraph company as operator at this point, but lately with tbe sierra Aladre road as agent at San Pedro, Mexico, is charged with embez zling the funds of that road. Mr. Lawler has placed his case-in the hands of Charles Patterson who says he will fight iawier'a case bitterly, claiming that the courts here have no jurisdic tion over offenses committed in Mex ico. The amount embezzled is placed at about 8300. Mr. Lawler has a wife and child in El Paso. Sparks From The Engine. A washout east of Tucson Ariz., caused the S. P. passenger train to be several hours late yesterday. The Nickel Plate gives its employes the opportunity of steering clear of saloons or losing their jobs. There is more talk of a hay ride among the railroad boys- and it is said it will come off a few evenings hence. The Texas & Pacific; now have seventy-five pound steel between Tex arkana and Fort Worth by way of Denton. Engineer E. McGinley of the G. H. took a 30 days leave of absence and went to visit his old friends in San Antonio Texas. gThe railroad shops here were shy several men yesterday owing to the Fourth of July celebration. No one was discharged as a result. The G. H. "Don't Worry" club had its regular weekly meeting yesterday. Resolutions declaring sobriety a funa mental principle of the order were un animously adopted. The Herald was misinformed re garding Engineer Rosse's physical in efficiency and takes pleasure in stating that he is at piesent a G. H. employe on theright side of the engine. Engineer Geddes, who has been on the G. H. switch engine, No. 707 since Engineer Stead has been laid up with a sprained ankle, went out today on his old run as fireman on No 19. The Texas & Pacific today announces a rate of $39.65 to Omaha and return. on account of the meeting of the Re publican National League. These tickets will be on sale July 10 and 11; return limit July 20. Ed. Sanford, the chief engineer of the Chihuahua & Pacific, has been ap pointed general manager to succeed J. P. Ramsey, and will also retain his position as chief engineer of the road, says the Chihuahua Enterprise. During the paBt month the Balti more and Ohio handled in special par ties 28,603 persons, exclusive of regular travel. Of this number fcilly 19,000 were troops and all were handled with out delay to the regular business and without an accident of any sort. The anti-9f a'pers are at work again. The Travelers' Protective Association at its recent meeiiDg in Omaha, Neb., adopted a resolution calling upon con gre6S to pass the anti-scalping bill Tbe scalpers arn beginning to regard this discussion a a regular summer amuse ment. Tbe Mexican Herald notes tbe ar' rival in the City of Mexico, of W. II, Brown, the Santa bet ticket agent, ac companied by his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Brown are on their wedding trip and are receiving hearty congratulations all alone- the line. They inteDd to re main in tbe City of Mexico about ten days. B. D. Caldwell, chairman of the Western Passenger association, may be appointed by President McKinley as one of the commissioners to formul ate tbe proposed treaty between the United States and Great Britain. The treaty will relate only to the United States and Canada, and the commis sioners to be appointed by Great Bri tain will all be Canadians. St. Louis Globe Democrat. Foreman Booth of the Santa Fe roundhouse bought a cannon for his boys to celebrate the Fourth with and has a badly lacerated right hand as a result. Me was snowing tbe boys now to safely use the cannon when it was accidentally aiscnargea. oaaiy dam aging his hand. Dr. Gallagher dressed the wound and says there is a possibil ity of Mr. Booth losing the tops of hi3 thumb and middle nnger. 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 Topeica & aanta e railway has made arrangements for a special edition for the benefit of its pa- trons, and a specimen copy can oe seen at the local ticket office. Single parts may be had at ten cents each, tbe full set. one hundred and sixty pictures, costs but one dollar. Subscriptions for the set may be left with tbe agent. In view or tbe present excitement re carding Cuba these pictures are every timely. Call at the ticket office and are them. The Sure La Grippe Cure. There is no use suffering from this dreadful malady, if you will only get tbe right remedy. You are baving pain all through your body, your liver is out of order, have not appetite, no life or ambition, have a bad cold, in fact are completely used up. Electric Bitters is tbe only remedy that will give you prompt and sure relief. They act directly on your liver, stomach and kidneys, tone up the whole system and make you feel like a new being. They are guaranteed to cure or price re funded. For sale at W. A. Irvin, Wholesale & Retail drug store, only 50 cents per bottle. Holdeii's Positive Pile Cure. Sufferers use it. Relief will be speedy and cure positive and permanent if di rections are strictly followed. For sale Kelly by & Pollard, druggist Bad management Keeps more people in poor circumstances than any other one cause. To be successful one must look ahead and plan ahead eo that when a favorable opportunity presents itself he is ready to take advantage of it. A little forethought will also save much expense and valuable time. A prudent and careful man will keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house, the shiftless fellow will wait until necessity compels it and then ruin his best foregoing for a doctor and have a big doctor bill to pay, besides; one pays out 25 cents, the other is out a hundred dollars and then wonders why his neighbor is getting richer while he is getting poorer. For sale by all druggists. I was seriously afflcted with a cough for several years, and last fall had a more severe cough than ever before. I have used many remedies withont re ceiving much relief, and being re commended to try a bottle of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy, by a friend, who, knowing me to be a poor widow, gave it to me, I tried it, and with the most gratifying results. The first bottle -has absolutely cured me. I have not had as good health for twenty years. Respectfully, Mrs. Mak v A. Beard, Claremore, Ark. Sold by all druggists. Payne-Badger Coal company, Mc Al ester, Cerrillos and anthracite coal, cord and stove wood, yard Second and Chihuahua streets. Teleohone No. 11. To reduce stock and make room for furniture now being manufactured for it, the St. Louis Furniture company, 317 El Paso St., is now offering some rare bargains in good furniture, etc. Low Excursion Rate -to- .-SAN FRANCISCO. On July 1st the Southern Pacific will sell round trip tickets to San Francisco at $35 each. Stop overs granted in Cal ifornia, both going and re turning with fihal limit to July 31st. This liberal rate, time lim its and stop over privileges will give ample opportunity to visit the numerous moun tain and coast resorts in Cal ifornia. Both standard and tourist sleeping cars will be run in this train through to San Francisco thus obviating changes enroute. For furth er particulars and informa tion call upon HARRY TURNER, Ticket Agent. T. 'E. HUNT, Commercial Agent. Southern Pacific Co., corner Oregon and San Antonio streets, El Paso. Proper Fits . . . V ? Every day that passes takes with it its share of corns. The corns are go ing. Good shoe fitting is making them go. Proper fitting beats all the corn remedies in the world for abolishing foot ills of all sorts. Proper fitting is also a means of money saving, because shoes so fit wear much longer than a oouple of pairs of the ill fitting sort. No store in town strives more seriously to fit your feet properly than this one. It is worth your while coming here for shoes. Children's ! 4 Shoes. 4 4 4 4 We Wish to call your at tention to our line of Shoes for Girls. We can please you. 4 4 4 i i SCHUTZ BROS., 109 El Paso St. m- r $r y F SCHAEFER '4 L. The Druggist J Headquarters for Moth Paper, Powder, and Tar Balls. Roach Bait, J Sticky and Poisonous - Flv Paper. 115-- San Antonio Street, j BRONSON BLOCK. j 0f r LOOK AT THI: MAPI We can Ticket Vi to ANY PART W THE UNITED STATES. LOW RATffJt. Elcqant EQlHfnCHT. Fast Tiarc. tP. TURKU, 6en1 FWr ud TU , MUJSi TEX B. F. Darbyshire. S.W.F4P.A. J, C. Ross&Co., Undertakers and jjmbalniers. 40I EL PASO ST. Kvery requisite for Funerals. Every thing Satisfactory. Office 'Phone 211. Residence 183. CINCINNATI CHRISTIAN MOERLEIN PHIL YOUNG'S So. Pao. Co. to Klondike Through tickets via San Francisco, Seattle or Portland. Rates of fare, and freight and general Information fura ished on application, or by mail. T. E. Hunt, Commercial Agt. o,"oSVw note c4!;"'CHyvyT 3 EjHJ X Horace B. Stevens, Real Estate AND Insurance Agt. FOR SALEs HOUSE of 17 rooms, centrally located, fer lodging. Ample ground to en large. Will be sold for less than improvement cost. HOUSE of 5 rooms, with large light basement, on Myrtle avenue. ON Myrtle avenue, corner, 62x120 feet, for $850. ON Saint Louis St., 94 feet, near Pier son Hotel. 50x120 feet, on North El Paso St., $750. FOR RENT: 2 STORES ou Oregon St., opposite Park, 22x60 feet each. 1 STORE, 505 South El Paso St., at $12.50. ON June 1, new house of 14 rooms in North Oregon St. Suitable for boarding or two families. 3 STORES in "Sheldon Block." FLAT of furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 601 Magoffin are. I Solicit Collection of Rents and make no charge for Advertising. 12 LEADING FIRE INSURANC COMPANIES REPRESENTED. Lowest rates. Fair treatment Horace B. Stevens, Real Estate and Insur ance Agent. Dr. King SPECIALIST Freadenthal : Bliel. (Upstairs.) Corner 1 Paaa and San Francisco - Sta. HODBIl t a. m to 5 n. as. Night hours: T to S, Consultation fret. . CATARRH We have placed la our of 9 en the LATEST and nuat MODERN APPLIANCES for the TREAT MENT of CATARRH, LUNG and BRONCHIAL Diseases. By our Ufealatlon process the med solne comes In Aonui contact with the dl leased parts and when our treatment Is car ried out we ouABAsrrn a CVRK In each case accepted for treatasent. WF PIIRK 8CIAL DISIAOTB of KIN, f L.UU I1C Hervoiis Debility, KIDNEY and URINARY Diseases, PILES, STRICTURE by Electricity. HUN niHKAHKM. eczema FEMALE DISF.A8K8. BLOOD POISON Vr?ZZ?z CURED without the nse of Mercury. uu Klip symptom isianKS 11 UTing Villi I I- awaw from city. Oases success- . fully treated thraajch our perfect system of Mall Treatment Address: Da. KIHG OO.. Kl Paso. Texas NEW MEXICO RAILWAY COAL CO. CONSTRUCTING THE El Paso ft Northeastern R. R. AND El Paso (6 Northeastern Ry. CHEAP EXCURSION EVERY SUNDAY FROM EL PASO TO ALAM0G0RD0. FARE FOR ROUND TRIP CHILDREN HALF FARE. Train leaves El Paso 8:00 a. m. Returning arrives El Paso.. .7:30 p. m. You Can't Afford to Miss This Chance of Seeing: the New Town. J. A. Eddy, A. 8. Greig, Mgr. General Superintendent. LongwelTs Transfer. I am now prepared to do all kinds of Transferring of Frejrht, Light and Heavy Hauling'. Safe Moving- a Specialty. Headquarters at El Paso Stables. All orders promptly attended to. Phone No. 1. Jas. T. TjOTiorwell- POMEBOY'S El Paso Transfer Companv. HACKS, BUB AND BA QQAOK. Phnne.lfL OO tn Blfl Rnntt- Onwoi RlrMI L FOSTER, ATTORNEY-AT-L W. Special attention (jlentoReal Es ate and Probate Law. Will prac" n all the courts. ROOM 8, MUNDY BLOCK!. ET. PARO. - - TEXAS. Napoleon J. Roy, The Fashionable Tailor. Sheldon Block - - Opposite Postoice.