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All the Stock . SwA v Largest Brewery in the South. LmI year's outout 2.10.000 kegs oiorw than any other brewery south ot St. Louis. The cause of this 1 the excellent quality of the beer produced. Telephone 122. J. DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE WITH BUFFET SLEEPERS m fMsur Only Standard Gauge Line Running Through Sleepers to City of Mexico. Night and Morning Connections at New Orleans with Lines to NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA. WASHINGTON, ATLANTA, CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS. MEMPHIS AND CHICAGO. C W BE1N. Trrfflo Manager, Houston, Tex, -THE- m MEIFO RAILWAY & COAL CO. CONSTRUCTING THE II Puo 4 Nirlbrisleri R R, AND El Paso & Northeastern Ry. To aocommodate the public, will car ry freight end passengers oo its con struction trains, to and from the end of it track miles ) Commencing September 22nd trains will leave El F'aso at 10:15 a m., and returning, will arrive at El Paso at 7 p. m. dally except Sunday. Connect loo can be made at Alamo fordo with conveyance for La Luz. Tnlarosa and the White Oaks coun try. A. S. Greig, General Superintendent. CINCINNATI CHRISTIAN MOERLEIN PHIL YOUNG'S. LIVERY STABLE Passebzers carrl-d to all points of the ftocramento mount .Ins D ly stage Hoe o aod f ruin A tmonordo. blrat class turnouts. Prt es reasonable. F. B. STUART, Prop. La Lui N. M POMEKOY'S El Paso Transfer Company. HaOKX, BD9 AND BA QOAOK. fkm. IS. snx m sieaon.e Or. row wrt WHOLESALE DEPOl AETNA AND RiVvrlPR monarch Ditytica. New Tandeme and IBM) Bicycles for real. REPAIRING. a PASO CYCLE C4, o ?i Issa Avenue f" J.C. Ross&Co., ? Undertakers and Emhlmers Ji 401 EL PASO 8T. S vary reqalslte for Fasersls. Bvsrv thlnff BatUfaotory. Omoe 'Paoae ill. ' Mir-Vtf i:r...w V "ii is" 3E3 sJbLi 33 JtC Resldease in. . ""ssVBBsVBtsaA INDUSTRY. owned bv San Antonio citizens W. MAGOFFIN, Agent. Sunset Route. 99 New Orleans and Galveston San Antonio and Ga! veston L. J. PARKS, A. G. P. & T. A., Houston, Tex. THE REMINGTON Standard Typewriter. MERCHANT & MANNING. State Dealers, Dallas, Texas. M. 1. McKELLIGON Sheldon B lk. El l.bO.T Dr. King, Specialist Freudentoal Blk. Hoars: 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Night hoars: T to8. CONSULTATION FREE BLOOD SZ&VSi POISON zm tlvel? cured without the n-of mercury; compli cations, as 8or Tbroxt, Ul tr, or Mouth, IMm ples CUKE (tii t, runt e-d. nTRIPTIIRF Removed hy Electricity. O I II I L I U 11 C No detention from busi ness, and positively pathless. A guaranteed Cl'J2".fPI t-P""' "'"epted for treatment. PRIVATE DISEASES g.7.T.V bW v Xrtofxk' UGES' "' WF PIIRF CTARH, Kidney and Uni. U UUIIU nary Troubles. Uterine Di seases. PILES without Knife, Scrofula. Ede ma, Chronic Rheumatism, Deafness, Rupture. WRITF '0' symptom Mankaoo aoy above . L.1 -liee. Cae treated by mail. Addr m OK. KINO A CO. El Pa-o Texas. Smith's Creamery flirry Bilz, Wm. Hien'z. The Only Oyster & Chophouse Hoast Beef, St talc and Chops, Pies, Co Tee, Milk and Cream, Are our Speoialties. The cheapest and best in town. Our kitchen is up-to-date. ..... OYSTERS IN ANY STYLE. Rw, i doz. 15c; 1 doz 2!5c. Stew, i do. 20 1 doz. 35c. Pried, i doz. 20 ; 1 doz. 35c. Fancy Roast, i doz. 23o; I doz. 40j Pan Roast, i doz. 25c; 1 doz. 40c. Pepper Roast. Dry Stew, Cream Stew, Omlct, Broiled, Oyster Loaf, Oyster Pie. As you order. Depository " -FOB-. " i text Books S Ju ADOPTED BT THE State of Texas I A Complete Line of Tablotn. School Supplies, Etc. M. H. WEBB'S DRUGSTORE. Sutter, McGarry & Co. Fashionable Tailors. ? SAX AJfVwIUw IT. DALLAS AXD RETURN FOR 5. An Opportunity For Everj'y to iio to the Great State Fair. Everything- indicates that the com lnff Texas State Fair will be the great est in the history of the state. The at tractions will be more extensive in variety aod greater in magnetic power than In anv Drevlous vear. To meet the general desire of resi dents in the territory tributary to El Paso to visit Dallas at this time, the popular Texas and Paciflc has put in the remarkably low rate of 85 from El f aso to Dallas and return, pnoa oniy on Thursday, Oct. 6, and Thursday Oct.13. returning on the Monday folio - In? date of pale. Thi will give an op portunity or spending- the entire aay Saturday at the fair and enjoying the sights of the cltv on Sunday. Tickets will also be on sale daily dur ing tbe. continuance of the fair at S24 95 for the round trip. These tick ts will be placed on sale Sept. 29, tbe tioal return limit being Oct. 16, thus allowing time for quite an extended visit with friends or relatives in Cen tral and Eastern Texas. Sotice Of Registration. Whereas, a registration of voters of the City of El Paso, Texae, has been ordered by the commissioners' court of El Paso County, Texas, for the ensu ing s'ate and county election, to Da held on tbe eighth (8) day of Novem ber, 1898. Notice is hereby given that the of fice and books of the registrar of vot ers of said city, will be opened at No. 109 N. Oregon street in the room oc cupied by Thns J. White as a cigar store, on the 4th day of October, 1898, the same being tbe nrt Tuesday In said month, for the registration of vot ers or said cltv. The Bald office and books will re main open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m daily, for twenty (201 consecutive clave, Sun days excluded, and no longer, begin ning onjaid 4th dav of October, 1893, and closing on the 26th day of October, 1898. Persons not registered as voters vill not be allowed to vote at said election. Naturalized citizens, having their na turalization papers, are requested to present the same when registering. W, JJ. fclOWE, Registrar of voters of the City of El Paso, Texas. More Cheap Rates. The popular Texas & Paci&d an nounces the following low excurlsion rates: On account of the Triennial Con clave of Knights Templar to be held at Pittsburg, Pa., Oct 11 to 14, 52.70. On account of tbe annual convention of tbe Christian rhnrcb at Chattanoo ga, Tenn., Oct. 13 to 21, $39.90. On account of tbe meeting of the Daughters of the Confederacy to be beid at Houston, Tex.. Oct. IV to 21, $25.00. The dates these tickets vill be plac ed on sale and limits for return will be found in the advertts!ng columns. Sierra Madre Line to tbe Yaqoi (iold field. Take tho R. G., S. M. & P. Ry for Casas Grandes, San Buena hentura, and tbe Yaqui gold fields- Trains leave Ciudad Juarez Mondays, weanesaays and rTidays at :io a. m. Arrive Ciudsd Juarez Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdas at 3:20 p. m., Mexloo oity time. Depot opposite Mexican Central passenger depot. J. T. Log ax, Gen'l Traffic Agent "SemMrnnal Conference, Mormon Church, SaltJLake City. October 6-10 For tbe ahove eve' t the Santa Fe Route will sellt'ckets Oct 2nd and 3rd. El Paso to Salt Lake and return, good sixty days, for one fare. $43.05. F. B. Houghton, General Agent. J. S. MORRISSON. Citv Passenger Agent. Indeoendent Assay Office. Established 1888. D. W.RECKH ART, E. M., Prop. Aient for Ore Shippers Assays and Ohem leal analvnls Mires niml' ef and reporter upon. Bullion work a spclltp. P.O box 8f Offloe and Labomtorv; Cor. tan Francisco and Chlhnahna Bts. n PSO. TEXAS Dr. M. Ramser, Practice limited to EYE, jts. NOSE EAR.... THROAT. Spectacles acnnratelv fitted. MORKROD9K KIVK. ORKOON fT. W. E. RATLIFF, DENTIST. Grown and Brldcte work done at rra sonablo prices. All work guaranteed. ROOM 16 SHELDON BLDG Q. FOSTER, ATTO RNE Y-AT-LA W. Special attention given to Real Ep ate and Probate Law. Will prao''' n all the courts. ROOM 8, MUNDY BLOCK. Er. PASO. - . TKXAS Herbert S. Williams, M. D.; C. M. Practice limited to Kye. Ear, Nose and Throat. - - MDNDT KI.DO, VT. PA0. TFX. Low Rate to St, Louis. October 2nd. and 3rd. the Santa Fe route will sell tickets El Paso tn St. Louis and return for one fare, $39.60, continuous passage in each direction with final limit Ootober 10th. F. B. Houghton, Osnaral Agent. EX-SECRETARY THOMAS F. BAYARD. First United States Ambassador at tho Court of St. James. Presbyterian Church. Yesterday mo ning in the presbyter ian Churcn Rsv. Lam bur t, D. D., Secretary of the Foreign Missionary Board of tbe M. E. Church South, preached from tbe text: "Ye are tbe salt of tbe earth; but if the salt have lost hi savor, wherewith shall it be salted? It is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out and to be trodden under foot of men." Matt, 5: 13. Tne doctor said in part: These words are part of Christ's great sermon which proclaim the principles upon which his church rests and which bis follow- if s are to perpetua'e. Christ s teach ings are made powerful only as they are lived by his disciples. Alas, how true it is many have lost their savor, nd the influence tney exert like tbe brine of the dead sea in which nothing can live. Men often el their utter lactt or power wnn God and power with men. Why is this? .Because tney nave not made as part of their lives tbe truth, the word of God. In proportion as we teach our children the thought of God and make it bone and sinew to their spiritual life, in that proportion will we be strong as a nation and as homes. Much r the strengtn or my me came irom this passage of scripture, taught me when six years old oy my sainted old grandmother; a good old Presbyterian in New York state. Anotber cnaracteristie of the chris tian life is sympathy. In Kentucky, a few years ago, 1 called on an old lady wbo for years nan oeen oeoriooen. fier I bad read to her she told me ber troubles and how God had sustain ed her. She taught me in that sbrrt visit more of Godly patience aod beau tiful sympathy than I had learned for vears. ane nad written to msny or the missionaries in India, Japan and Brazil, telling them that tho' she Hiuld not be with tbe to she could prey for th-m. Hrr husb-nd told me afterwards that he had been a gambler, but his wife s prayers for aim in all her suffering brought him to his knees and to Cbri-t. Salt is a preservative power. Take all the salt ut of the earth and in twenty-four nours decay would set in. Tbe chris tian in the world should be a pre servative force agaiost all sort of vice. crime and spiritual decay. Salt is the great antiseptic. Cnristianity nas tanen me English language-origin and given a new meaning to many of tbe words nce vehicles of corruntion. In Japan, there is no word for home or wife. Salt symbolizes the social side of life. In tbe east at one side or a gateway is olaced a jr of salt and one ot rice. This means, in our English language, 'the latch string is out;come aod enjoy ur hospitality " Are you such a power? Do you, my christian brother, try to impart '.o others spiritual benefits. How many become pospel-hardened because they wrap all they get up in themsel vee'witbout imparting It to others. In tbe spiritual life as certainly as in the mm. When we read of a:t elephant hunter who has been trampled to death in the wilds of India, we wo:der at the foolliardiness of a man who will travel round the world and endure all manner of hardships, in order to court death in a far away jungle. A man dies not have to make a journey to India in order to court death in a manner equally foolhardy. Thousands of hard worltine; men are daily courting death in a much more certain form, without ever leaving their native vil lages or cities. They are the men who neg lect their health. They are the men who court death from consumption, or some other deadly disease due to improper or insufficient nourishment. The man who suffers from bilious or nervous disorders, who has a weak slomach and an impaired digestion, who ha lost the power to eat, rest or sleep, and who fails to take prompt steps to remedy these conditions, is court ing death in tbe Rise of some fatal malady. Dr. Pierce's Ooldcn Medical Discovery cures S per cent, of all cases of bronchial, throat and laryngeal affections that lead up to consumption. It soothes the cough, facilitates expectoration and restores thi lost appetite. It corrects all disorders of the diirestion, makes the assimilation of the life-giving-elements of the food perfect. It invigorates the liver and purifies and en riches the blood. It is the great blood maker, flesh-builder, nerve tonic and re storative. It is the best of all known med icines for nervous disorders. Dealers sell it and have nothing else "just as uood." " I had a bad cough and got so low with it that I could not sit up." write Mrs. Mittie Gray, of New London. Union Co.. Ark "Our family fhysiciftu told my husband that I had consump ion. 1 had pains throug-h my chest and spit up blood. 1 took your Goldea Medical Discovery ' aaa It mtred me R mv2 my life' pbyfisical existence, it is necessary to trowth. It seems to have been tbe pas sion of Paul's life to impart to others what he had received of God. He fired with a new life alike Onesieus, tbe slave, and bis oolaborers attentmaking, Aquiilaand Prlscilla. Are we such followers of Christ? In the evening Rev. J. M. Crowe preached from tbe text: "Whosoever doth not bear bis cross, and come after me. cannot be mv disciple." Luke 14;27. Jesus was the discoverer of the indi vidual. Nothing is more charact"ris io of Jesus method than his indiffer ence to the crowd. If the people go wind of him be fled to solitary place. He would spend all night with a per plexed scboiar as iSlcodemus. He gave an afternoon to a Samaritan woman. He denied himself to tbe multitude. He lay in wait tor the individual. Jesus was concerned with quantity. He n-ver counted his con verts, he weighed tiem. Jesus' sphere was the soul. The race has progressed from barbarism, the cultivation of the bedy to civilization, the cultivation of the brain, and then Jesus added the cultivation of the soul. Tbe Hebrew pro phets io answer to tbe question, "why ought 1 to be holy?" replied, "because holiness is the law of your being." Jesus taid, be ye holy because tbe ton ought . to be like bis father. Jesu9 washed his disciples' feet. He denied himself. Jesus means the cross to be a discipline. Wo each have two 6e'ves the lower self of pride and the higher self of modesty. If Jesus, tanght any thing, be taught that to be bis disciple we must drink his cup and be baptised with his bsptism. Three Doctors in Consultation. From Beujamtn Franklin. "When you are sick, what vou like best is to be chosen for a medicine in the first place; what experience tells you is best, to be chosen in tbe scond place; what reason (t. e. , Theory) says is best to be chosen in tbe last .place. But if you can get Dr. Inclination, Dr Experience and Dr. Reason to hold a consultation together, they wiP give you the best advice that can be tak en." When you bave a bad cold Dr. In clination would recommend Chamber lain's Cough Remedy because it is pleasant and sfe to take. Dr. Exper ience would recemmend it because it never fails to effect a speedy and per manent cure. Dr. Reason wou'd recom mend it be. an se it is prepared on cien- tinc pnncpies, and acts on nature's plan in relieving the lungs, opening the secretions and restoring the system to a natural and healthy condition. For sale by all druggists. "Land of the Sky." In western North Carolina, between the Blue Ridge on the east and tbe Al legbanieson tbe west, in the beautiful valley of the French Broad, two thou sand feet above the sea, lies Asheville, beautiful, picturesque and world-famed as one of tbe most pleasant resorts io America. It is a land of bright skies and incomparable climate, wbose praises have been sung by poets, and whose beauties of stream, valley and mountain height bave furnished sub ject and inspiration for the Dainter's brush. This is truly the "Land of the Sky," and there is perhaps no more beautiful region on the continent to at tract pleasure tourists or health seek ers. Convenient schedules and very low rates to Asheville via Southern railway. Beats The Klondike Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Marysville, Tax., has found a more valuable dis covery than has yet been in the Klon dike. For years he suffered untold agony from consumption, accompanied by hemorrhages; and was absolutely cured by Dr. King's New Discovery f'-r Consumption, Coughs and Colds. He declares that gold is of little value in comparison with this marvelous cure; would have it, even if ' it cost a hundred dollars a bottle. Asthma, Bronchitis and all throat and lung af fections are positively curod by Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump tion. Trial bottles free at W. A. Irvio Wholesale & Retail Drug Sto-e. Re gular size 50c and $1. Guaranteed to cure or price refunded. flow to Prevent Cronp. We have two children who are sub ject to attacks of croup. Whenever an attack is coming on my wife gives them Chamberlain's cough remedy aod it al ways prevents the attack. It is a house hold necessity in this county and no matter what else we run out of, it would not do to be without Chamber-. Iain's cough remedy. More of it is sold he-e than of all other oough medicines combined. J. M. Nickle. of Nickle Bro., merchants, Nickleville. Pa. For sale by all druggists. Old fashions in dress may be revived, but no old-fahiooed medicine can re place Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sal by all druggists. LOOK AT THFJ MAP! We can Ticket i to ANY PART !?l THE UNITED SUTES. Low Km z . E.LEQANT L0.M.'-riENT. Fast Tn i IP, TIW-R Ben' Pf s. It if ft J IS f B. F. Darbvshire. w. F IP. J. Mallory - Line - Steamers IN CONNECTION WITH Texas & Pacific Railway. Shippers are notified that the steamers of the Mallory Line are now running 'on re gular schedule between New York and Galveston and that freight may be routed via Mallory Line, I. &G. N., and Texas and Pacific, and will be put through promptly to destination. B. F. DARBYSHIRE, S. W. F. A..T.&P. Ry. f- f- .jy- F SCHAEFER, The Druggist J - Headquarters for Moth Paper, Powder, and Tar Balls. Roach Bait, Sticky -and Poisonous Flv Paper. 4& 115 San Antonio Street, BRONSON BLOCK. L K?jJf: t Newest thing in town. Prettiest wheel you ever saw. The rp ARNES "JC3lKE, "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. - Kick. J El Paso Novelty Works. LAM0GORD0 NEW rvic c ico . THc City or- MouimsiM and futx. ANY MUD OF C YOU WANT? . THE 1 THE CACA' TULARO a . 8 AC I? A MlNTOl , MOvnrAiN t- MT C AU) CUmmkctkd S)v is MtKS er mmmn RAcmmt. AUrMPgPROtt is eawMUy doie4 or 4e -fW SCSfAiMCIMTO MOUNTAINS Crans Sonsy, Soperb. Warm. 0y Wmlcr Oenate, . PURC MOUNTAIN MftTCR. FeW.Te fruit" IWs.and Aju4ut CwerVM Qeairces. COMBm ED wrm rm WOUNTftfts IT 14 TM lnMWMHfMONlIFO STATES- Fro. HomeslrxulS 'm fourrtaint of rt.le land and abmiar- ranAll , txruX VJowAtfvrin 1 - It L . . ' THIS TKRrvtNC. UTUt QTT LAMOGORDO. 7 ON the une or re EimsDisounainwKrr. R.G., . M.&P. Ry. I Sierra. Madre Line I -TO- GUAYNOPA and the I Yaqui Gold Fields. HORACE -B.STEVENS, Real Estate, FIRE, LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE. FOB SALE: House of five rooms on Myrtle Ave nue, four lots, for $2,800. ' House No. 601 Magoffin Avenue, six rooms and larjre basement, three lota, built with a view to enlarge. Jnat the place for private boarding. Will be sold for $3,800 NOW. House of five rooms, oorner of Kan sas and Wyoming, two lots, east front, for $1,350. Lots alone are worth the price. Lot 123x120 feet with side track,suit able for lumber or coal yard, only two block's from the Postofflce, $1,600. Two lots on North Oregon street, 890O eaoh. Five lots on North Santa Fe street, $300 each. Seven lots on North El Paso street, $250 each. Have a large list of choice Business and Residence property at reasonable prices. Collect Rents. Write Fire, Life and Accident Insur ance. Horace B. Stevens, Heal Estate and Insur ance Agent. D5- Register, SPECIALIST. Konsultation FREE. UTERINE DISEASES iSlSfft Fal'lng of 'he Womb, Leucorrboea, Irregular Menses righted. Ulceration of toe WOffb, 1 xresslve Menses, Ovarian Troubles, try Dr. Register's "rew Cure." For any of these and kindred diseases this New Core can be need at home. P AT AD D U CONSUMPTION, I.TJNO and Lr I nn n n bronchial troubles. Dr. Register can d-monstra'e to any one in vestigate l g thst he ha- the Latest and Im- B roved methods for curing these t-oublea. undreds of hopeless cases bave come to this climate and with the assl-tance of these wonderful an- ncles of meoicatloa ia the Lungs Throt and other Mucus-Membrane, bave been r stored to health. Rl I PTI I R V Positive y cured permanenU I I UllLlj without the radi al oper ation at,d does not detain from business. No rutting or lnss o' blood. PAMPFRQ Li pu. all malignant i-row-UnlllLnO 1h positively removed, and no return of tbe disease. Wlllfurnish oa ao plication, in person or by letter, over 100 enred In this country and vicinity, P I CO "ured without operation or deten I ILLO tlon from business. My method Is a new and pal o less operation and no cuttlns; or loss of blood. A permanent cure in each esse sec pted for treatment. W R ITF Tcdocror-forhlssymptomblanks, ft III I L. if living away t mm citv ; a great many css.s cured by receiving treatoent and medicine by mail, who cannot avail themselves of h s personal attention. He recommends more especially women who are suffering from Uterine Diseases to try bin Home treatments. flFFIPFQ Over Le-lnskv Wholesale Oro v r I I j CQ -ry Store, bead of Kl Po St.. opposite Grahd Cent'al Hotel. Private Re ception Room for Ladies. Hoars: 10 a, m. to 4 p. m. Address, DR. REGISTER & CO.. Kl Paao, Tea as. C. C. BALLINOEB. J. J. LONG WELL. Ballinger & Longwell, Transfer, Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. NEW RIGS, RUBBER TIRES, GOOD DRIYERS. Transferring of Freight. Llsjht aad heavy haullcg. Consignments of freight In car lots for distribution given prompt attention. - - - - - Have fine accommodations for band ling live stock in transit through tbe city. - -- -- -- -- -- -- Full line of wagons, buggies aad de livery wagons. - - - - - -- - - Give us a Trial. No. 12 and 14 San Francisco straet and lK Santa Fe Street, Phone No. 1. . El Paso, Tex. El Paso Lime Works. A. COTTRCHESNE, Prop. 1 CAPACITY OF 500 BCSBftS FIB DAT. MANUFACTURERS OF Hydraulic White Lime Ooirespondsmoe SoiMted1.