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tL PASO DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11. 1900.
OODCnOFT NEWMEXICO.' Ml w r - PHI CHEAP RATE n-t- THEBREATHlNG Y- - SPOT ' CP THE . W V SOUTHWEST: l'A'?L BEACHED VIA THt .f h i ELPA50 NoimiEftSTlMB BAILWAT. Ail? SPECIAL. TAKE tf THE CannonBall 99 TRAIN and Save 1 IPVIfc. No extra charge X AS 3 PA ROUND Good until Sept., 30. 1900, 85,00 Trains run dally Except Sunday. The grandest railroad trip in the world You're a gainer by huvinr Coal of ua. An honest ton weighing 2000 pounds, delivered at a short Drlce. that's our specially. There are no kickers on our list n-cause we satisfy everv customer. Taking the year through, the ou't lay for coal is large, and the ex nendlture should be made wise' - . 1 u vivo ua s kiiumvw u u maks you come out ahead. Pavne-Badtfer Coal C;, Solid Vestibuled TrainThroughout. Laiesi Fanern ruiiman buhci oiccjjcid. Handsome New Chair Cars Seats Fret Direct Connections Made fonAII Points in the Northeast and Southeast Leave El Paso Daily 6:50 A. M City Time. WHOLESALE AND BITAIL DIALERS IN trip tickets Wood, Lime, Cement, Plaster Telephone 889 Second and Chihuahua SIERRA MADRE LINE (R. G. S. M . & P. By.) H Paso, Tex., to Casas Grandes,Chia.,Mex Distance 151 Miles Opens to capitalists and prospectors the most resourceful and inviting section of Mexico. Convenient to American and Mexican market! LEADING INDUSTRIES: Mining, Lumbering, Stock Raising, farm ing and Fruit Gro win i. Magnificent openings in these lines The policy of the Sierra Mad re Line la to encourage and foster In every consistent manner all legitimate industries in its territory, calcu lated to promote the welfare of the country. Correspondence solicited. J no. P. Basset, General Manager. J. T. Logan. Gen. Traffic Agt.. El Paso, Texas, and Cludad Juarez, Mex. s 1 llllS OLD . . TRAVELERS A always use tha Lsearioas Service of the Queen & Crescent Route the Short liae to th EAST AND j NORTH. 4ft THROUGH SLEEPERS . 0 Shreveport to Chattanooga. g f PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS New Orleans to New York Cincinnati and St. Louis. T. M. HUNT, GEO. H. SMITH, Through Train Service BETWEEN EL PASO and CAP1TAN EI Paso & Northeastern Railway Co. AND Alamogordo & Sacramento M'nt'n Ry. Co. WHITE OAKS ROUTE Mountain Tim el Train Leaves El Paso 1030 . m. Arrives Alamogordo 2:.SU p. m. Arrives Cloudcroft 5:45 p. m. Arrives Oapitan 8:30 p. m Train Leaves Capitan.. ..... 8:45 a. m. Arrives Alamogordo z:uu p. m. Arrives El Paso 7:00 p.m. (Dally Except Sunday) Trains ran via Jarilla. the great gold and copper camp, on Tuesdays and Fridays. Trains leave Alamoffordo for Toboggan. OB he summit of tne sacramentoa, twice a ai Stage Connections. At Tnlarosa For Mescalero Indian Agen cy and San Andreas mining region. At Oarrizosa For White Oaks, Jlcarilla. Salllnas and surrounding country. At Walnut For NogaL At OaDltan For Ft. Stanton Sanitarium Gray. Lincoln. Blchardson. Buldoso anC Bonlto country. At Cloudcroft For Pine Bprlngs, Elk, Weed upper Penasco. Penasco and the entire Sac ramento Mountain region. For in format! - n of any kind regarding ths railroads, or tr i country adjacent tnereto. call on or write . o A. OREIQ Q n'ISuD't & Traffic Mer.. Alamogordo, N. M H. ALEXANDER Ass't Gen'l ;F. t P. Agt.. Alamogordo. N. M or F. K. MORRIS. Agent. El Paso, Texas. The Pecos System Pecos Valley & Northeastern Ry Co., Pecoe & Northern Texas Ry. Co., Pecos River R. R. Co. For descriptive pamphlet, or any further information call on, oraddres. T. F. A..WI F. DAKBY8HIBB, S. W.P. A.. El FSO K. F. TOBXIK, G. F. A.. Dallas. "No Tremble To Answer QuestionB. ocooxxxxxxooo?oc A Delightful Refuge From Hot Weather. ThelMontezuma. Las Vegas Hot Springs, New Mexico. Altitude, 6,767 feet; cool moun tain climate, attractive forest scenery, fine hotel, medicinal baths medical attendance. i The most cerfectlv eouiDced health resort in the Southwest. A positive cure for rheumatism, internal disorders, -neuralgic affections ? and Incipient tuberculosis. For particulars, address s v s-fc ' mm ir.... u.a i mj u OCXXXXXXXXXXIOXXXXXG . Ml SUNSET A ROUTE FT-n 4 i ai ii i i mi ii ii UUU 111JUH1I I Ilk V D 11 99 Sunset Route The Short Line to all Pacific Coast polnts.-with train service consisting of DALLAS. TCX. NCW ORLEANS. LA. Bfl sS3 rtl1stTiffi'lJM'sPs? amT?--r BOKt NTAIN Jim IWOUTE. Entirely North of the Quarantine Line. A New Road, Opening a New Country New Towns! New Opportunities! Last year 120,000 head of cattle passed over this new thoroughfare. This year the number will reach 200,000 head. Stations from Roswell east are within thirty to thirty-five hours of Kansas feed lota and no need of unloading stock in transit. Shipping1 stations on toe line in perfect order. Portalls, tsovlna, Hereford and Canon City can accommodate with feed and water 5,000 to 10,000 head of oattle each. Bona-fide settlers wanted. Every effort will be made by the Railway to assist them. An abundance of water! Rich soil I Cheap lands! Quiok transportation and fair, honest rates. For particulars as to the various open ings in the Pecos Valley and its neighborhood address D. H. NICHOLS, Gen. Manager, or E. W. MARTLNDELL, G. F. & P. A. Rofwell, N. M. Amarillo, Tex. Pullman Buffet Sleepers Pullman Tourist Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars The beet route to all Eastern and Southeastern points. All the principal citlesreacned witn one change. Pullman Tourist from El Paso to Washington, New Orleans, Chicago and Cincinnati without change. These cars are in charge of a special conductor and provide the maximum amount of comfort at a minimum, coat. Full information cheerfully furnished by addreesieg or calling upon 3. F. B. MORSE. Pass. Traf. Mgr., Houston, Texas. -o- L. J. PAKKK. O. P. A T A.. Houston, Texat. T. E. HUNT, Commercial Agent, Cor. San Antonio and Oregon Sts. -A GLANCE AT- THE MAP OF MEXICO will show you that the Mi. lUAfl CENTRAL hi. reaches all of c important points of Mexico. The tabl land of Mexico traversed 'n its entirety bt For the North-Cast, Via Memphis or St. Louis. la Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars. This is the Short and Quick Line. And Hours are Saved tj Porchasing Vonr Tickets via this Root For further information, apply to Ticket Agents of Connecting Lines, or to J. C. Lewis, Traveling Pass'r Ageat. Austin, Tex. a. C. TOWSSKUl, G. P. and T. 1., ST. LOUS. Brave Men Fall Victim to stomach, liver and kid ney troubles as well a? women, and all fed the results in lo.e of appetite, poiPona lo the blood, backache, ner- vou-ce-6, headache and tired, lietlese, run down feeling. But there's no need to feel lite that. Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville, In J. He save: "E ectrjc Bitters are just he tbiDg for I a man when ba is all run down, and don't c are where he lives or dies. It did more to give me new strength and got-d appetita than anything I could take. I can cow eat antthicg acd have arf w lease on life. Only 50 cents at IrAln &Co's., D.-ug Store. Every bottle guaranted. Mexican Centr.il Ry offers most desirable resorts for the summer (as well as oi winter) notabi Guadalajara, Lake Chapala, Aguascalientes, which are high and dry where every day in the year is pleasant and every night co .... Sunshine and Strawberries Every Day In the Yearv For rates and other Information, apply to B. J, KUHN, Commercial Agent, El Paso, Texas. Atlanta & New Orleans Short Line. Atlanta & West Point RAILROAD COMPANY. AND Western Ry. of Ala. THE SHORT LINE BETWEEN ATLANTA AND NEW ORLEANS. Operate Magnificent Vestibuled Trains ta tween Atlanta ana Montgomery, noon oa new oneans.at wnlcn latter point close and direct connections are made for ill Texas. Mexico and California Points. la Addition to this Excellent Through Train and Car Service iseKallroads offer most favorable accoa ad at tons and Inducements to their patroni coresident along tnelr line. Any one ntemplating a change of home can dm' ?o location more attractive nor more con duclve to prosperity than Is to be found or be line of these roads 'THE HEART OF THE SOUTH" v beautifully Illustrated book giving detail ia lnrormauon as to tne lnaucements anc attractions along these lines, can be haf apon application to the undersignad, whi will take ulealure In glvlnir all desired in formation. B. V. WYLY. Jr.. K. K. LTJTZ. en. Pass. & Ticket Agt. Trafllc Mgt Atlauta, Ga. Mohtoomdht, Ala ittOROK O. SMITH, Pres. & Gen. Manage ATLANTA, UA. DR. NG CHE HOK Graduate Chinese Physician rta OA iTA. n - a jperience in treating tall diseases of men and women. He guarantees to cure Blood Poison, Lost Manhood, Bkln - diseases. Dropsy, Hernia, uonorrboea, Scrofula. Paralysis. Rheumatism, Dis eases of Brain. Heart. Lung. Kidneys, Liv er, uiaaaer, ana an Female Complaints. AH diseases cured exclusively by Chi nese herbs without surgical operalons consultation Free Hours: 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. : Sundays. 10 a. m to 4 p. m. Office. 105 Myrtle Ave. Off San Antonio St.. next Delaware Fur niture Store. ft , V krg Si To California .Ami Back For S35 00. Commenclog Thursday, May 24th. and each Thursday thereafter, up to and iroludng Auguet 30th, the Santa e route will have on sale tickets to Los Angeles, San Diego acd other Cal ifornia polDt at rate of $35.00 for the round trip. Tickets will be good for re urn nicety days from date of sale. Link Saloon and Short OrderJRestaurant Cool Lemp's Beer Always on Tap. Oysters, Fish and Game Id Season. Wine Rooms Attached. Service first-class. - 216 El Paso Si If You want to find a man and don't see him on the 9treets, go to the . . Gem Billiard Rooms The . . . Gentlemen's Resort. . . HUNTING BIG GAME LOXDOX NEWSPAPER HOPES T TO FID GIANT SLOTHS X IX PATAGONIA. The London Dally Express has got up an expedition to Patagonia to flrif! whether the mylodon, or giant sloth, still exists in the mountains there. The fact that scientists believe these giants of prehistoric times still exist in flesh and blood was brought to light in a lecture by Professor Ray Lancaster in London, who said: "It Is quite possible, but I don't want to say more than that. I believe the MYLODON AS IT WOULD APPEAR I?T A MOD ERN CITY. giant ground sloth still exists In some of the mountainous regions of Patago nia." Professor Lancaster concluded his In teresting lecture by showing a colored representation of a mylodon as the best authorities consider him to have ap peared or as perhaps he does today ap pear in the lower portion of the Andes. These sloths attained an enormous length. The skeleton of one of the Bame family found recently In Wyo ming measured 135 feet. They had powerful hind legs and a tail of enormous strength, much resem bling that of a kangaroo, but of giant proportions. They could stand upright, and it is believed that they subsisted mostly on the tender tops of trees. Descendants of the sloth are still found in Central and South America, but they are comparatively small. The modern sloths seldom if ever stand upright. They cling to the low er side of branches, and when one en ters a tree he does not leave it until it has been denuded of all its foliage. It is called a sloth because of its slow movements. The Kxpress expedition is fitted out so that if at all possible one of the gi ants will be taken alive. Hesketh Priehard, who Is at present acting as The Express commissioner of the Haiti expedition, is to have charge of this search for a monster. J. B. Scrivenor, B. A., who won the Burdett-Coutts scholarship at Oxford In 1S99, will accompany Priehard as geologist. They firmly believe they will find a mylodon. but even if they should not the unexplored region to be traversed will add much to the zoological, and ge ological knowledge of southern Patago nia. Evolution of Goethe'a Art. In a paper on "The Evolution of Goethe's Art," read before the Royal Society of Literature, Mr. Oscar Browuing traced the development of Goethe's literary faculty, beginning with the French influences which sur rounded it at Frankfurt and the return to German Influences at Leipsic, pass ing to the friendship with Herder, which awakened a love of early nat ural poetry aud the appreciation of English literature, especially Shakes peare and Goldsmith. Court life at Weimar furnished a stimulus toward the drama, and the Italian journey em phasized the classical tendencies of his mind. Returning to Weimar he be came possessor of himself and the un disputed master of European litera ture. Mr. Browning dwelt on the gen eralizing tendencies of Goethe's later art. Civilization creates the necessity for new subjects In art and means of dealing with them adequately must be found. Smokeless Coal. Experiments have for some time been made in England with smokeless coal. This peculiar fuel may be burn ed either iu an ordinary grate or in a basin in the middle of a room without developing any perceptible odor or smoke at any time. The fire looks like the finest coke fire, and the flame Is white and blue. It throws out a con siderable heat. The residue of the coal amounts to about 3 per cent. For industrial purpose this new fuel is formed into briquettes of different sizes for different purposes. In Lon don smokeless briquettes can already be bought at about $o per ton. The smokeless coal is said to be composed of 15 per cent of coal dust and 5 per cent of a mixture of wood, tar and un slacked lime. These three ingredients are mixed together and pressed iuto mollis in such a way that they lo not fall apart when being burned. I.onurpKt KIt ri- SnrW. The celebrated Spot liswoode coil. built uuder the auspices of the Royal society, gave a spark of i- inches. The Queen coils are to give a spark of 45 Inches, expending an energy of three to four horsepower and having a po tential of r.0i,(K'0 volts. No. ion. Word Cnansces. To a part of the head annex a part of some houses and have "an English noble n..in." Annex a letter and have "not late." Prefix a vegetable and have "re sembling a certain gem." The word will contain six letters when completed. No. 196. Illustrated Zisraas. 0 1 All the words represented contain ther same number of letters. When rightly j guessed and placed one below another in ; the order numbered, the zigzag (begin- j ning at the upper left hand letter) will j name a species of flowers found in mead-J ows. St. Nicholas. g No. 197. Numerical Enigma, The whole, composed of 64 letters, is a quotation from Bret II arte. The 4, 42. 55, 28, 41 is clean. The 7, 19, 38, 3 , 64, 44, 52, 25, 37, 27, 49, 2 is a large city of the United States. The 9. 3G, 22, 59, 40 is a flood gate. The 13, 30, 33, 62, 39, 6 is uncommon ness. The 14, 15 is a boy's nickname. The 21, 10, 23, 18 is destitute of light. The 26, 51, 45, 43 is a bird. The 32, 3, 54, 20, 5 is an open place for combat. The 46, 58, 12, 31 is warmth. The 48, 63, 8, 24, 35, 47 Is natural. The 57, 60, 17, 56, 53 is a small bag. The 50, 34, 16, 61, 11, 29 is state of be ing sound. No. 198. An Aeroatle. 1. Three hundred and sixty-five days. 2. What this puzzle is. 3. A household animaL 4. A dwelling. 5. A small nail. . No. 199. Primal Aeroatle. 1. Men, once enslaved, enjoy my first today. 2. My second, nations free resist alway. 3. My thirdi the secret of our country's strength. 4. King George provoked our grandsires to this step, at length. 5. We called those loyal to King George this name. 6. We called "Celestials" thus when first they came. 7. The seventh all greedy politicians seek to seize. 8. The eighth o'er all our land floats on the breeze. 9. My ninth we hope to find in courts of law. 30. My tenth, our country's title, with out flaw. 11. To win the eleventh our grandsires long did fight. 32. The redskins gave this name to peo ple white. This day we celebrate with noise and fire, While patriotic thoughts our hearts in spire. No. 200 niddle. Find two words in our language where- iu the five vowels follow in successive or-1 der. No. 201. Seeds. 1. The seed that never fails. 2. The seed that draws back. 3. The seed that gives assent. 4. The seed that goes forward. 5. The seed that mediates. It la Said That The gold handled by a dentist is al ways at a premium. The man who is learning to play the) cornet is nis own tutor. A girl loses her self possession when she puts on a wedding ring. A woman talks until things get serious; then she gives the man a chance. It is easy enough to find a seat In a crowded street car, but it is always oc cupied. Every man kuows how mean his ac quaintances are, but he is never abso lutely sure about himself. Very Attractive. i Agent If we advertise that your pat-j ent food is for brain workers, we shall attract almost everybody. J Proprietor Yes? Agent Yes, everybody except the actual : brain workers. Detroit Journal. f Key to the Pussier. No. 18G. Added Words: 1. Nap-kin. 2. Mole-skin. No. 1ST. Crossword: Julius Caesar. No. 1SS. Double Acrostic: Initials, Grant. Finals, Dewey. 1. Gild. 2. Rake. 3. Anew. 4. None. 5. Troy. No. 189. Anagrams: Walter BesanL Rudyard Kipling. No. 190. A Ladder: s T K A L r n u u i: K O X B K L A T K H m D No. 101. Illustrated Conundrum: Be-1 cause he is seeing it wade. No. 192. .Tumbled Names: Garnet. Amethyst. Bloodstone. Sapphire. Em erald. Agate. Sardonyx. Chrysolite. Opal. No. 193. Rehemlments: 1. Coil. oil. 2. Ideal, deal. 3. Near. c ar. 4. Drear, ronr 5. Erase, rase. 6. Riiee, aee. 7. Ivied.l ' o. iasii, nsn. v. lover, over. 10. Avoid, void. No. 194. A Pod of Peas: Part, art. Pate, ate. Pout, out. Telf, elf. Pray ray. Tlot, lot.