Newspaper Page Text
EL PASO DAILY HE.RALD. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1900.
5 The Herald's I I POPULAR i .WANTS, i HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTKO Gnod cn-W rr frlrl to do general housework a 1103 Myrtle w ANTF.D Girl to dip rhn'o't and wait In tne store, ttogers v.mi -u. Wi A N T ( I K settled woman to take care I ofchtloren. Kef erences required. Call 708 N. Oregon. w ANTED Good competent nors wanted. App 100 Upton Ave. w AM'k.l-A woman for general htuse work. W)0N. umron IlELP V F'TJD il A LE COD Barber, E D. Wllllame.Las Uruces N tt w ANTED A tinner and stove man atTan- ver feoneosser l.o. SITUATIONS WASTED tE.ALE W ANTKD A poltlon to wtrM by perlenf ed wuman. At am Wyoming n. iKKSOAL A YOUNG WIDOW, stranger In city wishes acqualntsnce of a gentleman who will assist her. O.rresyonae-ce ttl Jtl r Vf'n" fldBtalt Addres Mm. H. K. Herald office BUSINESS CHANCES FOB SALE A neat little drug store at HlHsbo v, N. County seat. Good opening for pnyaUian. stock new and com- alete. Address O. O. Miliar, Hills bo ro, e cxlcj. FOB BALiB One of toe eet paying hotel business In El Kaso. Situated In heart of bailteu center of city. Good reasons for ellng. Jobn A-Happer. Heal Estate. Mills Building. COB BALE About a f3.0CO stock of tner I chanulse. G.id reason for selling. Bee Mark Miller. 10V Mesa Ave. FOH 6 A LB A good Paving Business, doing tl0ty per month. Will sell at invoice price. Mark Miller. FOR REST KOOMS "OB KENT Two nlc?.j furnished room ' for light housekeeping 1008 First St, FOB KENT No. 11 mercbtnt w ace 3 rooms and bath nicely forulsled for light house keeping FOB KENT Fnrnlsned rooms 113 North Stanton street. "OK KKNT Ooe front for lshed room. Hot and cold water bath. 335 Tex as Bt. rOK BEMT dooms farnlshec oruntarolsh. ed. 0u7 Myrtle Ave. Bear of lot. FOK BENT Two nicely furnished front rooms with bath for light housekeeping 0 N. sU Paso street. FOB RENT 1-2 of corner basement In Mills Building, steam hai. electric light and stationery wash stand. Jobn A. Mapper, Beal state. Mills Building. FOR REST HOUSES. "OKBJ.V f 6 roc ms house Inquire 610 North uregon St - ONE 3 KOOM frame nonsn lot 30XK0. renting for 13 60 per month, good location. Price MUC dollars. Mark Miller. 10 Mesa Ave. ONE 3 KOOM frame bouse 1 lot. Very de sirable locat on. Price f 1000. rente for lft dollars. Mark Miller, 109 Mesa Ave. FOR SALE ROOMING HOUSES FOB BALE 1 five room home with hall and large bath room, on corner lot 80x80. Bents f .rK3 60permootn. This bargain for (1750. Easy terms. John A. Happer, r.al estate. Ml. is Building. FOB SALS 21 room rooming house; a'l the rooms now occupied. Price S7&0. Mark Miller, Keal Estate. 109 Mesa Ave. COB BALE A 32 room rooming house cen- trally located. Enquire of Mark Miller. Baal Estate, 108 Mesa Ave. FOR SALE IMPROVED BUSINESS PROPERTY FOB SALE A good business piece of prop erty on Stanton between Texas and bt. Looia streets. This property is advancing rapidly but will sel 1 chap and on good terms If taken at once. Mark Miller. 108 Hasa Ave ON SAN ANTwNIO, Campbell and Myrtle 8ta. a large business piece, price low, terms easy, Horace B. Stevens, Beal Ea tate And Insurance. 8 pieces of Inside business property oa Ban Antonio st, now paying a handsome in come on the Investment. This property will advance twsnty five per cent in less than a year. Investigate prices. Mark Miller; 100 Mesa ave. 1 jn fee on Oregon between First and Sec IHU ond streets Good buildings on some, Mark Miller. 109 Mesa ave. FOB 8ALE UNIMPROVED BUSI NESS PROPERTY I have a splendid piece of Business property on ban Ant mln street for ale. Forty leet front for 11,600. Tbl is a fine location foraJarge etor-. Jjbn A. Happer, reaies tate. Mills Bul'dlr g. FOB BALE 36 feet front on Oregon near Second Strtet. for 31760. Easy terms John A. Sapper. Beal Estate, Mills Building. FOB BALE 28x130 lot on Texas St. adjoin ing lot selling for io0. If taken quick can be had for 400. Mark Miller, Keal Estate, 109 Mesa Ave. FOB BALE 26 feet front on 8n Antonio St. Close In, cheap for cash. Mark Miller, Keal Estate. 100 Mesa Ave. 'OH SALE Two business lotscn Stanton st, close in, cheap for cash. Mark Miller. FOB BALE New house six room and bath on N, atanton street, on two lots. Jobn A. Happer, Beal Estate. Mills building. FOR SALE IMPROVED RESIDENCE PROPERTY NORTH SIDE - COB BALE 6 room and br ck resldendeon N. Oregon street south ft Boulevard. Bast front. Price 2500. 1-4 cash and balance J. 2&3vs. at 8 per cent. John A. Happer jteai B-staie mms nnuaing. COb. BALE 2 brick bouses entlng for 130 I per nontu ontnira street next to cor ner of St. Vraln. rlce fMOO. 1 4 cssh and balance I. 2 & 3 at 8 per c-nt. John A. Hap per. real estate. M'ns uuua'ng. COB BALE une 8 loom brick house, good repair, close In, on north El Paso, price 1.600. Eavsy terms. Mark Miller. 109 Mesa Ave. roR SALE At a bargain, my six room and ' bath modern new brick nouse, with two lota, location one block west woye s nne noma. See owner, room In. Morehouse block FOTJB BOOM BBIOK nouse.on North Camp bell ft, southeast corner, two lots i2l0 ash. Horace B. Stevens. Beal Estate and Insurance. The Herald's f i POPULAR I .WANTS, i FOR SALE IMPROVED RESIDENCE PROPERTY NORTH SIDE SIX BOOM BBIOK house, 10 ft. on Boule vard, 104 on Stanton, southeast corner, very dlslrable. Horace B. btevens, Beal Estate and Insurance. FOK oa. oh. ue dve rooms and bath res idence on N. Stanton st. Close in. Very leslrable location. Jobn A. Happer, Beal Estate. Mills building. A Six room new brick cottage, all modern Improvement. cioe In on Boulevard Nice lawn, trees, sonth front: for thirty five hundred dollaas. For terms see Mark Mil tr. 109 Mesa ave. N1 IN E BOOM BBIOK bouse. 21-2 lots.cn North Santa Fe St., east front devirable irutirn- Hnrrjt R. Stevens. Keal Kstate and Insurance. CIVE KOOM BtClOK hone on NortJi Ore i gun ptret.close In. 12600.00. Horace B. Ste vens, rxeal Ks;aie ana inignuw. PR SALE Ones room modern brick cot tage, all modern improvementaoon North Paso St.. for s&cOu. Mark Miller FOK 3ALK One eight room and bath new bouse. N. Stanton at. Cose In. Every modarn convenience. John A. Happer, Keal Estate. Mills balldlng. FOR SALE IMPROVED RESI DENCE PROPERTY EAST SIDE Anew modern 13-room 2 story resld- nee on Kansss. All m idem conveniences. This property 's cheapcouelderlng location. Mark Miller. 109 Mesa ave. FOB SALE One five room brick on Ban An tonio street, lot 40x120. Price 11700. Terms to silt. Mark Miner. FOB BALE 3 lota and a good 6 room brick house, corner Tays and 2nd. street. Price 31.760.00 Easy terms. Mark Miller. 109 Mesa. FOK HALE- One two room new brick house and two lots, cloe in on Ochoa street. 11300 if taken soon. Mark Miller. FOB BALE 1 live room bouse on 3 lota on Kansas st between 2nd and 3rd streets 'or SlrJOO. John A. Happer. Beal Estate, Mills Building. FODB KOOM OOTTAGE, No. 1210 aan Anto St , 2 lots, very deslraole. cheap. Hraca B. Stevens, Real Estate and Insnranre. FOR SaLE 1 eight room and bath brick bouse corier of Mirtle Ave and Ange street faclns soutn est. Three lots. This property is very cheap. Jobn A. Happer, Keal Estate. Mills Building. FOR SALE-lMPR0VED RESIDENCE PROPERTY IKvinn feet on Overland street; nee JAlUU store house on it now paying twenty per cent on the investment. Will ell this piece of property on good terms to riant party. Mark Miller. 109 Mesa Ave. FO"8AL.E 1 five room, 1 four room and 1 six room house corner femora and An thony streets. Bents for 154 per month. Very reasonable. Easy terms. Jobn A. Happer, real estate. Mills building. FOB SALE One olock of grounc 2 nine room brick residences, good location, price fiO. 500 Terms to suit purchaser. Mark Miller, 109 Mesa A ve. FOK BALE 1 Five-room and bath brick nous nearly new price 11. '.6". and 2 three-room and baib br'.ck hou-ijs 31600 each on easy Terms. John A. Uapper. real estate, Jliiia Building. FOK BALE One 8 room adobe house, plas tered out side and S lots including the corner, fur 32,000. Terms to suit purchaser. Mark Miller. 109 Mesa ave. FOR SALE One new 4 room house, one 3 room honse and 3 lota, close In, rents for S3T.M per month, price 33.000. Mark Miller, 1C9 Me a Ave. FOR SALE UNIMPROVED DENCE PROPERTY. RESI- FOK SALE 104 feet on Stanton by 120 on Third Sta. Fa-tly Improved. Bents for 618 per er. Price 66 JO dollars. 1-4 cash and oalanee 1 2 A 3 yss. t 8 pe cent. Jobn A. Happer. real estate. Mil's Building. FOB S A LE- 47 feet on No tb "tanton street between Overland And -1st Sts , for 470 dollars. John A. Happar, beal Estate. Mills Building. FOB 1ALD 71 feet East overland Kt bet ween Kansas and S'anton lor 7100 dollars Jobn A. Happe-, Beal Estate Mil :s Buildingt FOB SALE A splendid location for a fine residence corner of Montana and Kansas streets. Pontb front. OOxiot feet John A. Happer, real estate. Mills Building. FOB SALE 67 fee on Leon street between Bonora and aan Francisco streets. Kasy terms. John A, Happer. Real Es ate, Mills Building. FOB BALE Property, Improved and unim proved, in all parts of the city. If you want to selL list with me and I will adver tise your property without cost to you. Horace B. Stevens, Beal Estate and Insurance Agent. FOK SALE 4 lota on Missouri near ScVraln Street, 3260 each. John A. Happer. Mills building. FOB SALE Two east front building lota on North Oregon St. near boulevard. Jobn A. Happer, real est ite. Mills Building. 4 lota on Kansas street between Montana aod Klo Grande. John A. Happer. Keal Estate, Mills Building. 9 lots Ochoa street between Wyoming and Boulevard and between Boulevard and Montana Jobn A. Happer. Keal Estate Mills Building. FOK SALE 4 south-east corner lots North El Paso and Klo Grande s reet. John A. Happer. Beal Esta'-e. Mills building. COB SAL'S 1 lots on N. Florence st. be ' tween Wyoming and Boulevard. Jobn A. Happer, fUal Estate. Mills "nlldlng. 4 Nice residence ot on East Overland tiwt, close to T At P depot for $400 each. Mark Mll.er, 109 Mesa Ave. cnVIOn ON w..t Crrlnl itre't clote OUAUU in. $0 00 per front foot. Horace a. Stevens. Keal bstate atd insurance. 10 LOTS, co-ner Klo Grande and North El H. Stevens. Keal Estate and Insurance? O LOTS In Mazomn's addition. 1600.00. 11 be O ral terms. Horace B. Stevens. Beal Ks tate and Insurance. A LOTS on Boulevard, north of Martinez T residence, excellent view. Horace B. Stevens, Keal Es -ate and Insurance. PORNKR Arizona and Florence Sts.. 4 lots. Kj fl'JOOPO. discount for cash. Horace B. tt4veus, Keal restate and Insurance. OOOTH EAST COKNEK. Biota opposite A. O Krattaners n-w residence: on Mesa Ave nue, suitable for large residence, Horace H. Htevens. Keal astate ana insurance. A Terms, 3760.00. Horace B. Stevens. Keal Estate and Insurance. COBNEK Octavla and Myrtle Sta.. 2 lota forth side of Myrtle, 1000.00. dor ace B. Ptevens. Keal estate and Insartnce. 1 1 O LOT8 m Myrtle St., close in, 3760.00. I I " t- Horace B. Stevens, Beal Estate and Insurance. r The Herald's i POPULAR i .WANTS. 1 FOR SALE UNIMPROVED RESI DENCE PROPERTY. 2 LOTS on North Kansas St., corner, close in. very desirable. Horace B. Stevens, Heal Estate and Insurance. II O LOTS on North Kansas St., eas C. t rot, 3760 00. Horace B. Stevens. Bea Estate and Insurance. 24 l LOT- on Prospect Ave. very cheap I " Zt if taken at once. Horace B. Stevens Beal Estate and Insurance. 3 LOTS, CORNER Ochoa and 1st Sts , op nnslte T. A Y Decot. S10S0.00 Horace B. Btevens, Keal Estate and insurance. : OH SALIC IV lots on N. Florence st. for per, real es rate. Mills building. COB SALE a lots. 4-room frame house. good location. H60. part cash, balance in monthly payments. Mark Ml"er, Keal Kstate and insurance, iov mesa Ave FOK 9LE Two east front lots o VI rg.nl a Street, between Kraikllnand Mlssrvarl Streets. 3300 each. John A. Harier. K.ial Estate. Mills building. FOB SALE 00x100 feet on West -verland St near Santa Fe s-ret. Price reasonable Jcho Happer. Beal Estate. Mills Building. FOB SALE I lots on Myrtle street, close In BflOO. Mrk Miller. Keal Estate and Insurance, 109 Mesa Ave COR SALE 6 building lota on Campbell r street, between Montana and Rio Grande. John A. Happer. Real Estate. Mills bnlldlnr. FOR SALE-MACHINERY FOB SALE One Oblsm, Boyd A White four tnnle drv press brick machine in good conditions cheap. Mark Miller, Beal Kstate and Insurance, log Mesa Ave PROFESSIONAL. J. B. PARSON?, Dentist. 11 Plaza Block. s. J. ST R A. T TON Arcfaitec. 109MtsaTe I $50,000 I at 1 To Loan on Improv- ed Business Proper B. F. Hattimett & Sons g Mills Building. LIVE COURT NEWS Several Transgressors Given Penitentiary Sentences. The Purse Snatcher Put Up in a Pickle For a Bit A Slick Fingered Thiet Steals In the Wy Court Room Various Ways of Getting a Living. Richard Caples, J. P. Dieter, and Harry Dillon have been appointed jury commissioners by Judge Walthall. Toted a Gun. A drunken Mexican is in the city jail for carrying a pistol but was too drunk this morning to go to court. He will be tried this evening. Charged With Assault. Antonio Madrid, Dr. Race's cook, was arrested this morning for an assault on his cousin. Madrid was taken into custody by police officer John Taylor. The ac cused is well known. Damage Suit. A damage suit is being tried in Judge Goggin's court today. It is the case of D'Arcais vs. the S. P. for $1500 and was begun late yesterday af ternoon. In Judge Goggin's court the jury re turned a verdict at noon for plaintiff, awarding him damages against the G. H. & S. A. railway to amount of $1465. Acting City Recorder. City Recorder C. B. Patterson has gone to Van Horn to look up the Red Seeley murder case, he having been employed to assist in the prosecution. G. E. Wallace is acting in his place during his absence. Comstock-Good Jury Disagrees. The jury in the case of J. H. Cora stock vs. Jay and Stanley Good failed to agree and was discharged yester day afternoon. This makes the fourth trial of the case and only once has a verdict been found. Drunks Fined. Two Mexicans were fined $2 for be ing drunk and down. The young Mexican who plead not guilty yesterday morning to having been drunk and claimed that he could prove it by the policeman who arres ted him was fined $10 in police court yesterday evening. Travelers Released. Two young men were arrested this morning at about four o'clock and placed in jail charged with vagrancy but their cases were dismissed as' they had good letters and traveling cards and were just going to the Southern Pacific yards to take a train out of town or rather to ask the train to take them. Youthful Vagrants. Three boys were arrested last night by the watchman of the Texas & Pa ciflc yards for building a fire In a box car. They were fined $o each this morning and put to work. They were all under twenty years of age. One was from Cleveland, another from Chi cago, and the third from San Francis co, and they said that they had been on the road since last spring. Recorder's Court. Acting City Recorder Wallace psuhed the docket at police court this morning through in a hurry. Demueles, the half-witted brother of the late Turquoise King, was fined $5 for being drunk and disorderly. A man named Ballard was fined $2o for carrying a pisotl. J. M. Crowe, one of the men who were worked on the strets all of last week for vagrancy, was arrested last night for the same offense and was given five days more on the chain gang. Alvarez Given Two More Years. Pablo Alvarez, the El Paso cigar maker who shot up a ball room at Ysleta last May. wounding, his rival and nearly frightening his former sweetheart to death, all because she refused to dance with him. was ar raigned in the district court, charged with assault to murder Abe Alderete. He pleaded guilty to the indictment and the jury gave him two more years in the penitentiary. This term added to the one already . given him for shooting at Miss Concha Logan makes a total of seven years that the cigar maker will have to serve to expiate the rash deed of a night. Stole the Lawyer's Hat. George James, the ex-trusty, charg ed with the theft of a pair 6f trousers, was given a term of two years by the district court jury last evening. James has earned an unenviable reputation for himself as a sneak thief and after several jail sentences has at last broken into the pen. That his ruling passion was strong even in death was apparent yesterday after noon, for after hearing the Jury's ver dict and while being led from the court room James caught sight of Judge Falvey's new derby hat that was hang ing on a post at the rail and managed to swipe it and get back unobserved to the jail with it. There was a wild panic in the court room when Judge Falvey found that his hat was gone. Detectives were put on the trail and they finally found the hat In James' possession at the county jail. They Broke Car Seals. Officer Rayner arrested two men yes terday afternoon and lodged them in the county Jail on the charge of break ing the seals of an orange car going through fro mCalifornia. The men were both white and gave their names as Cnas. Horner and Ed die Miller. The authorities of New Mexico ap pear to want the prisoners for an al leged burglary committed there and are of opinion that some stolen goods can be located if the men are taken back to the territory. Horner and Miller had broken the seals of the car and were riding there in. When arrested they had no goods of any description concealed about their persons except some gloves and a box of blackening. On Trial For Snatching Purse. The alleged pocketbook snatcher. Henry Smith who was captured last week at the Santa Fe depot by customs Inspector Fink after a hot chase, was placed on trial before a jury in Judge Walthall's court, this morning at 9 o'clock. Smith is not believed to be the cor rect name of the young man, as he is at least a half blood Mexican and re sides at Juarez. He does not look to be above twenty-cme years of age and possesses a rather keen face. The prisoner is charged with having snatched the well filled purse of Mrs. Araalia Fias de Villasenor, of Chihua- uua. as she was alighting from the Mexican Central train just as it had pulled into the Santa Fe depot in this city. Smith ran. but was pursued by Fink anu others and arrested The jury was not long in disposing of the Smith case. At noon a verdict was rendered. The defendant was found guilty and given two years in the penitentiary. He Took All the Money. Cornello Mesa, a Mexican who runs a chill joint in the rear of the Klondike saloon, was arrested last night by Of ficer Scott and locked up charged with theft from the porson. He was trans ferred to the county jail this morning and will be given a hearing this even iner before Justice Spencer. In sneaking of the arrest this morn ing Officer Mitchell said: "About one or two o'clock yesterday morning a Mexican came up to the police station and said that he had been robbed. I asked him where and he said at the Klondike. He went with me to the saloon ar.1 I aked the bartender about him and he told me that the Mexican had been around there several times during the evening and boueht drinks and that he showed quite a little mon ey in silver and paper. He said that he was hungry and the bartender showed him to the chili joint In the rear. "After awhile, he said, he came out and said that he had been robbed. He told me that he had about $30 or $35. I went to the place where he claimed that he had been robbed but it was locked up and the Mexican who runs it was gone. I questioned the victim more closely and he said he had been drinking but knew what he was doing. He went in and ordered some lunch and when he had eatn it he took his pocket book out of his pocket and told the man he could take what he owed him but he took the whole thing and then went out of the room Officer Scott arrested Mesa last night and he will have to answer to the cahrge. He had some little money on him when arrested Mrrled. William W. Bunkley and Miss Violet Alderson were quietly married yester day evening by Justice Ellis. Money, marbles or chalk, tent, ko dak, gun or dog. one or all taken for good surry. 1325 Overland. SPECIAL This Week I SPECIAL 2 7lc Both Hemmed and Lace Edge each Drawnwork Handkerchiefs Sou can pay duty on them, which is 20c. and then they will be 25 cents cheaper than EI Paso prices. BEACH-AKIN CURIO CO., Ciudad Juarez. Mex. 00000000000000000000000o 0 Sunset H situate on proposed electric, car line to the smelter, is delightful for situation, and overlooks all the City of EI Paso, Juarez, the Rio Grande and its valley, and far into Texas and Mexico. Every city grows toward its higher ground, and El Paso is doing like wise. In this large tract lots are sold very cheap on Installments or for cash. Paso OO0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO B&O S-W-B fi "The National 3 Daily Trains to... CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE. PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK. INFORMATION REGARDING RATES, ROUTES, TIME OF TRAINS, ETC., CAN BE SECURED BY APPLY ING TO o. p. Mccarty, Gen'l. Pass. Agt., Cincinnati, O PROMPT ACTION Taken By the Mexican Authorities In the Alatter of the Infected Cattle From Texas- From the Chihuahua Enterprise There has been considerable excite ment among local cattle men during the past week over the threatened in fection of Texas fever among the na tive herds. On the 29th day of No vember there crossed the Texas border a shipment of 90 fine Texas bulls, pur chased by Don Miguel Salas at Bee- ville, Texas, and consigned to his ranch El Charco," on the Chihuahua & Pa cific. They had scarcely been unloaded until the Chihuahua hacendadoes, hear ing of their arrival, were filled with alarm, as the bulls came from the in fected district where Texas fever ex ists. This is a disease wholly unknown among Mexican cattle in this state, and as it is a dangerous infection the prominent cattlemen took prompt and active measures to insure their herds from danger. A petition was immediately circulat ed and signed by Gen. Luis Terrazas, and Messrs. Carlos Zuloaga, Gonzales Hermanos, Luis Faudoa. Sucrs., Jose Maria Falomir, Sucrs., Ramon R. Lu- jan, Sucrs., and others, to the gover- nor of the state of Chihuahua asking that immediate steps be taken to avoid the infection of the native cattle. Several solutions were offered. among them being the suggestion of Gen. Luis Terrazas to buy the cattle and then shoot them. Another sug gested that the bulls be shipped back to Texas, and the final suggestion, which was finally adopted by the authorities was that the herd be isolated. This was ordered through the Jefe Politi co of this district, Don Ygnacio Enri quez, wno disposed of the matter by issuing me iouowing oraer: In the city of Chihuahua, the fourth day of December, 1900, the Jefe Politi co (mayor) of the district of Iturbide, state of Chihuahua, Ygnacio Enriquez, resolved to comply immediately with the order of the governor of the state, which order by virtue of the petition of several breeders of cattle, was given to isolate conveniently the 90 head of cattle which Mr. Miguel Salas has im ported from the United States from the zone of the state of Texas, where there is a disease known as the Texas fever and which is considered as infec tious. , Therefore, and in conformity with the commands of article 23 of the sani tary code of the state the Jefatura (mayor) orders the complete separa tion of the mentioned cattle, which shall be confined in an enclosure in pasture grounds on the hacienda (ranch) "El Charco," the property of the said Mr. Miguei Salas, said cattle to be in this manner completely sep EIGHTS - 0 Highway" Best line to all POINTS EAST. G. B. WARFEL, Asst. Genl Pass Agt., St. Louis, Mo. arated and isolated for the term of three months, counted from today, and in order that this order shall be strict ly complied with I hereby apppoint as inspector vigilante Mr. Cayetano Guardado, who will take care that no communication) nor even approxima tion with the cattle of the state shall occur with that in the fenced up ground where the suspected cattle are confin ed belonging to Mr. Salas, who, pre- himself to be in conformity with the above mentioned resolution, stating at the time that the cattle spoken of had beeen completely isolated since its im portation and have been 'fenced in at a considerable distance from where his and those belonging to his neighbors were grazing. At the same time Mr. Cayetano Guardado, who was present and being made acquainted with his appoint ment, said that he accepts and at once takes possession of the charge and promises to comply faithfully with his obligation to see to the separation of the suspicious cattle before mention ed; besides, this Jefatura has to say that, in the opinion of competent per sons, theie is no danger of contagion from the mentioned disease, consider ing the altitude of chihuahua and the present temperature, which fluctuates from between zero and two degrees (Centigrade) more or less, and, if any, remote danger should occur of con tagion, it will disappepar completely with the isolation of the three months already ordered by this Jefatura. In testimony thereof, this act has been signed by tne mayor (jefe politi co) of the district, the proprietor of the suspicious cattle, Mr. Miguel Salas. and the inspector appointed to watch the inspection of the said cattle, and immediate notification of this act is given to the executive of this state for his authorization and for the ends to which the petitioners allude in their respective petition. (Signed) Ygnacio Enriquez; Miguel Salas; Ca yetano Guardado; Elias Acosta, secre tary. (Seal) A seal of the government of Chihuahua Joaquin Cortazar. acting constitu tional governor of the state of Chihua hua, certifies. A VTTAT nrnn,m. Regular deDartment meetiner Wed nesday evening, Dec. 12th at 7:30. Annual election of officers. John Julian, Pres. W. T. Hixson, Secy. THE LARGEST BREWING PLANT in the world produces the celebrated tonic MALT-NUTRINE. that boon for invalids and convalescents. Made on ly by the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n, which fact guarantees its mer it QrvlH kv oil In.n jj cut Ul UgglBU). Phone your advertisement in, if it's short.