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IG EL PASO DAILY HEKALD. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1900 A MATTER OP JUSTICE. (Continued from jAnth Page.) you ran an n -nII the rarpenter .,( tip. t Murray, -ir?" ma to for and bo forw Grain lix:!: -Am 1 to t.i'..- "Yes; I :ii:... three days. a:id V ii-s to his room for tl::ii trouble nslior-. ;lr . iritis Into Now. , mi hurry Into thinjrs. Mr. rain I d.m t want to stay here longer tunn's nH-dful.' Grain went forward about bis busi ness, but Murray, who looked some what disconsolate. Kettle beckoned In to the charthouse. He pulled out the pearl bag and emptied Its contents on to the chart table. "Now, look here, my lad," said he, "I have to send yon to your room because I said 1 would and because that s discipline. Bat yon can pocket a thimbleful of these seed pearls, Just to patch up your wounded feelings,' as your share of old Bad el Moussa's fine. They are only seed pearls, as 1 say. and aren't worth much. We were due to have more as a sheer matter of Justice, but It wasn't to be got. So we must make the best of what there is. ' You'll bag 20 oat of your lot If yon sell them In the right lace ashore. I reckoned my damages at 500. I guess I've got here 200." "Thank: yon, sir," said Murray. "But If s rather bard being sent to my room for a thing I could no more help than yon could." "Discipline, my lad. This will prob ably teach you to leave photographing to your Inferiors In the future. There's no persuading me that it isn't that pho tograph box that's not at the bottom of the whole mischief. Hello! There's the windlass going already! Ill just lock up these pearls in the drawer, and then I must go on the bridge. Er and about going to your room, my lad as long as I don't see you for three days you can "Here that tre, ir." s'lid Murray. do much as you like. I don't want to be too hard. But. as 1 said to old Had el Moussa. justice is justice, and disci pline's got to be kept." "And what about the rifles, sir?" Captain Kettle winkird. pleasantly. "1 : don't know that they are rifles. You ! see, the cases are down on the nianl- ; fest as 'machinery. and I'm going to ' put them ashore as such, but 1 don't j mind owning to you. Mr. Mate, that 1 Lope old ICad finds out he was right about his informatiou. I suppose bis neighbors will let liim know within the next week or so whether they are rifle1) really or whether they are not." A Lmoi la Pollteeeaa. When Alonzo II. Cornell was govern or of New York, he had a clerk so un gracious In manner that he frequently remained seated while callers nt the capitol were obliged to remain stand ing as they attempted to transact busi ness with blm. One day a delegation came from a city in the western part of the state to pl.-ad for the life of a condemned man. The governor was j seldom known to grant a pardon, but the visitors hoped, at least, that they would be accorded a proper hearing. After the clerk had kept them waiting for two hours In the outer hallway he admitted them and accorded them per mission to state their case to the gov ernor, all standing. The executive re fused to Interfere and told bis visitors o. The sriokesman of the little party was Grover Cleveland, then a Buffalo attorney. In one year after the trip re ferred to he was himself elected gov ernor of the state. When be visited the executive chamber a few days there after. Governor Cornell showed bini over the apartments and inquired if there was anything be wished to have done in advance of his inauguration. "There is just one thing you can do for me. If you will," said Mr. Cleve- j land, "and that is to remove the clerk I who kept me waiting outside so long ! when I was last here. It may teach him a lesson in politeness." The clerk was removed. Success. Fried Ale. "Hot ale did you ever drink It?" asked an artist. "I'll tell you of tuy experience with hot ale. In English novels somewhere years ago 1 and a friend of mine came across It. "Ot hale,' we called it facetiously. Well, one Christmas morning we set out on -our quest like Arthurian knights after the grail. We walked 14 miles to the properly quaint town of Green Lane, and then we were ripe for a meal and for our drink. At the Green Lane Ion they were serving a turkey dinner, but we declined that as un-English and or dered our bread and cheese and hot ale In the bar. "The bartender, who smelled like the hostler, asked us bow to beat the ale. We didn't know. So we poured It Into a frying pan and let It come to a sizzle. ' We drank It, but it bad a most a bom- Inable taste and left us with headaches all the long walk home. Such a disap pointment! Fried ale It was. we agreed, not hot ale. Afterward we found out how to prepare t properly. Mulled ale is the same thing. You thrust a redhot poker into the full glass and when it creams over sprinkle In a little nutmeg, sugar and spices." Philadelphia Record. attracted ttae Qeeenu One autumn afternoon many years ago Queen Victoria was going out to sit on a hillside and watch some of her relatives fishing In the river below her, when she found that she had no thim ble In her pocket, so could not work, as she bad intend!, at the sewing she was carrying. Turning out of her way to Mrs. Sym ond's shop, she bought the smallest thimble there, which was, however, too big for her. There waa an old Scotch dame at the counter Impatiently wait ing to make her own purchases. Not recognizing the queen, she broke into the conversation with a "Hoots, but It a rare fuss an faddle you're makln. Blow lntae It weel. an It'll stick." That phrase, the latter part of the sentence, amused her majesty Im mensely and became quite a proverb la Vie royal family. Scottish American. Little Tales Reported bjr Torn Uncle E1L. Copyright, 1B00. by C. B. Lewis.) The Gazette takes pleasure In an nouncing that the wife of its editor Is again able to be about, and that his faith In Providence is stronger than ever. It will be remembered that the wife rolled - down the cellar stairs a month ago with a barrel of vinegar after her, and when picked up she was eight feet long and only four Inches thick. Both vinegar and wife are now almost as well as ever. The editor of The Independent Is a man of peace and prefers to dwell in harmony with all mankind, but if Mi. James Britt should visit this office again and throw us over our desk and slap our face we shall feel It our duty to do him what Injury we can without proceeding to extremes. A word to the wise Is sufficient. Certain people In this town are warned that the editor of The Journal has heard of their gossip and has about made up his i.ili.d to take legal steps to stop It. When people get so bold us to say that we box our wife's ears in broad daylight on the veranda It is time that we protected our reputation as a loving husband. On Thursday afternoon last The Pa triot came out with n strong editorial against imperialism. On that same night our clothesline was robbed of our two thin undershirts and other gar ments. We haven't the slightest doubt that some rabid linix-rialist ptruek at us in this tender spot ly way of re venge, and we would ask. "Whither are we drifting when a free press no longer dares to raise Its voice In pro test V" The editor of The Banner was pre sented with a Eureka fire escape by the agent oue day Inst week, but did not make a trial of It till Monday morning As a result of Uie trial the editor Is lo bed with 40 bumps and bruises and the office Is being run by bis wife and the apprentice. We trust that our readers will overlook any mix up In politics or lack of poetry. The escape Is for sale cheap or will lie exchanged for stomach bitters. itie 1 rimine Is pained to announce that Mr. John Harmer. our 'topulnr grocer. Is laid up in the house from the kick of a mule, but Is leing faithfully attended by the eminent Dr. Joslyn and will le drawn back from the yawning grave In due time. The mule used lolh heels and landed on the so lar plexus, and the doctor says the con cussion was equal to that of being Jab bed with a fence rail. M. Quad. ??????????? Anna Katharine Green Keeps Her Readers Guessing from start to finish in the stories that have made her famous. She wrote "The Leav enworth Case" and 4 'Lost Man's Lane," acknowl edged everywhere to be the greatest detective stories ever penned. The Mystery of Agatha Webb is her latest. It will be printed in this paper. The first chapters will appear soon. If you en joy a thoroughly artistic, fascinating, even en thralling, story don't miss it. ?????????? fa t BOYD THE TAILOR. Room 28. Bronson Block EXPERT JUDGES of good things would give the "Blue Ribbon" to us, when it comes to the finest, freshest confectionery it is pos sible to make. We spare no expense in material, no pains in workmanship, to make our Christmas candles as good as anybody's some say they are even better. Fancy boxes full of candy for Xmas gifts and a full line of Christ mas tree decorations. ROGERS. Next to Postc.ffsce. LA UNION CIGAR FACTORY. The best grade of Mexican cigars. The Victoria Colon a specialty. We do a strictly wholesale business. Mail orders promptly filled. A. ALVAREZ, Prop., 204 Mesa Avenue, El Paso, Tex POMEROY'S EI Paso Transfer Company. HACKS, BUS AND BAGGAGE. 'Phone 18. 300-306 S. Oregon. JAMES H. MABTINEAU. CiYiL BydrcuhV and Mining Engineer. Have Had Forty Year' F.xuerlf ncr OLONIA JTTAREZ MW.XIOO 'Phone 8 to Kaseman for the best coal. Telephone 587 for fine Demlng water. When the stomach is tired, out it must have a rest, but we can't live without food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "digests what you eat" so that you can eat all the good food you want while it is restoring the digestive organs to health. It is the only preparation that digests all kinds of food. Fred Schae fer, duggisC Mrs. J. H. Comstock, the florist, has cut flowers, potted plants, and floral decorations. 'Phone 493. The most effective little pills made are DeWitt's Little Early Risers. They never gripe. Fred Schaeter, druggist. QUESTION ANSWERED. Yes, August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civ ilized world. Your mothers and grand' mothers never thought of using any thing else for Indigestion or Billious ness. Doctors were scarce, and they seldom heard of Appendicitis, Nervous Prostration or Heart Failure They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undi gested food, regulate the action of the liver, stimulate the nerves and organic action of the system, and that is all the took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches. Yon only need a few doses os Green's Aug ust Flower, In liquid form, to make you satisfied that there is nothing serious the matter with you. Get Green's Prize Alamnac Sold by dealers In all civilized countries. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing SvruD has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wild colic and Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen ty five cents a bottle. Many persons have had the exper ience of Mr. Peter Sherman, of North Stratford,' N. H.. who says : "For years I suffered torture from chronic indigestion, but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure made a well man of me." It digests what you eat and is a certain cure for dyspepsia. It gives relief at once even in the worst cases, and can't help but do good. Fred Schaefer, druggist. When you need a soothing and heal ing antiseptic application for any pur pose, use the original DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, a well known cure for piles and skin diseases. It heals sores without leaving a scar. Beware of counterfeits. Fred Schaefer. druggist. S. L. Hughes, manager Ballinger A Longwell's Saddlery Shop. 'Phone 1 for anything in the line of Harness. Saddles, or Carriage Trimming. iHTolvrd I.oas of Sleet. First PliilndHphlan Here's an inter esting Itook. Kcoond I'hilndolphlan Vou can rec ommend it highly, ran you? First Pbiladelphlnn Why. I sat up nearly all day roading It. Town Top ics. An A screen ble Color. "Io you lik pink teas?" asked the Brooklyn girl. "I never tnstod them." ' replied the visitor from Cook county, "but I just dote on pink lemonade." Brooklyn Life. For the Toilet Ta t le onr Complexion O reams, Toilet WiMn. Psrfnmes, and Powder are indlapensa ble for the refined and dainty woman We have everything In toilet articles la pongee, loofahs, sea salt. Bee soaps, bath, nail and tooth brashes, that are of superior manufacture and reliable nalltv. FRED SCHAEFFER The Druggist. Every One Eats V AT TBI SILVER KING CAFE Host popular lunch counter -la tae city. Anything you wanti the beat or food and tae beat of service. "The best Chill Oon Oarne In the city every night at 8 o'clock." Open Day and Night.. STEIN & DHLIG. Props. 209 Su Antonio SI EL PASO DR. F. T. 8AM, SANITARIUM AND CHINESE TEA 3 Drive all forms of disease out of your system. Cure of all dis eases absolutely Insured by taking my Vegetable Compound. Cured over 600 diseases In this city. No The secret of his success Is: He cures the peo- plo of catarrh, consumption, rup ture, asthma, cough, gonorrhoea, lost manhood, pneumonia, fever stricture. erysipelas, syphilis, rheumatism, par alysis and all female troubles. Medi cine mailed to any address. Office til SC Louis Street. Office hours: From 9 a. m., to 7 p m. consultation free. MCLAUGHLIN'S XXXX Coffee IS THE BEST. It Settles Itself. Sold Only In One Pound Packages Ask Your Grocer For It. El Paso Grocery Co. Cor. Oregon and Overland EL PASO PRIVATE SCHOOL 601 NORTH SANTA FE STREET. Public school studies Business course Spanish Language Typo writing Kindergarten. Address El Paso Pri vate school. Box 497. If you want a Nobby and neat Suit of the best material call on NAP J. ROY. Tb e Merchant Tailor El Paso. ,. Occidental Restaurant Regular Meals 25 Cents. Short Orders at ell Hours. .Dinner from 1 so S p. m. Everything bread new and strtetly Brat elaes servlet. Ifl Utah Between; Ban Antonio " UWU Ol. and Bast Overland 8ts IRVIN JOHN Civil and Mechanics! A. O. FOSTER. ATTORNEY-AT-L W. Special attectlon given to Real tatte and Probate Law. Will practice In all the court. ROOM . Bf. PASO. MTJNDY BLOCK TEX At Suits from $24.00 and Up. Pants from $6 00 and Up. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. SWAKSON & DBEHNKB, Merchant 312 Tailors.... San A cton to Slrec EAM0N.... Assay and Chemical Laboratories.... If you want reliable assays and asuy eee give ue a trial. The only power crushing plant I aaaaj office south of Denver. Careful attention Riven ore shlpm... to ai raao smelters. . 208 MESA AVENUt, F. O. BOX 97. El Paso, Texas independent Assay Office aW.tackhart,E.lk aswnt for Ore Stun perm, assay so Chemical Analyst aareana cro Biffie Wk gfWlt&t . ess ee Oraea Uwnao Car. Sea Francises Maaaaua tu EL PAS. IKTtA IF VOU WANTi GOLD AND . . COPPER CLAIMS. In the Jarllla Cimo. or interests ir same call on or address, A. W. GIF- FORD, Box IZ, El Paso, Texas. J. A. Halstead, Godfrey Hughes. iCostom Assay Office 119 San Francisco Street. We act as agents for Shippers to Smel ters. Control and Umpire KVork a Specialty. We are prepared to handle ores from a hand sample to five-ton lots, as we have the LARGEST Crushing Power Plant of any office in the Southwest. R.G. DUN & CO. Mercantile Reports. Mercantile Collections. EL PASO OFFICE: 112 SOUTH ; 4 Mexican !Fire Opals GOOD ASSOTMENT RIGHT PRICES Mexican leather carver and burner at work. Call on us. A C AI A I ? r0 Ourto Dealer VJ. "lC UUi tUlndad Joarei a Opposite Custom House. P C13 I On terms to suit Purchasers. all Piano Toning, Polishing and Repairing. W. G. DUNN CO. Court Boose Block DR. NG CHE HOK Guaduate Chinese Physician Over an rears ex J perlence In treating an uuh oi met and women. He guarantees w cure Blood Poison Lost Manhood. Bkla t Hernia, Gonorrhoea. croruia, raralysls Lhenmatlsm. Dls ''eases of Brain, ft eart. liDii. Kid tiers. L,l- sr. Bladder, and all "emale Oomplalnte All diseases cured cluslvelv bv Chi nese herbs without surgical operalon. Consultation Free Boars: 9'a. -to a n. m. : Snndava 10 a. r to p. m4 OFFICE 105 MYRTLE AVE Off Ban Antonio St., next Delaware Fur niture Store. LML! Dyspepsia Cure. Digests what you eat. It artificially digests the food and am Nature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approacn it in emciency. it in Btantly relieved and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, aica jaeaaacne,uastraigia,jrainps,ana all nr.hor roanltjirif lmryrfnt.illirMt.lna. ' all other results of imperfect digesttoaV rreporea oyce Dewitt a Co-. Cq'cj as ft rwT pii HI A " - ' Olsanliness Is Next to Oodlimss.' El Paso Dairy Company Producers ot and Dealers in AND The Largest and Moot Complete Dairy Id the Southwest. In connection with" the Dairy we conduct THE.' BUTTERMILK CAFE, Where all the eating delicacies of the season may be found, and The Finest Cap of Coffee in the City. Office at ae Cafe, 30? N. Oregon St., down stain Telephone US. P. O. Box J06. J. A. SMITH, Manager. DONT WORRY It's Money in your pocket It the house yon bay ot build Is constructed with Building Material from our yard; and ydn will make no mistake If you bay yoar FEED AND FUEL of all kinds from ns. We carry the best of everything In onr line. ES PasoFnelCo, S8.-n" Offllee: 411 Santa Fe St. Santa Fe Fuel Co... Coal, Wood and... Lime. FRED WECKERU,. Manager Tel. 586. Fourth & Chihuahua Stf EATERN GRILL Ftrat-claaa restaurant Id everv resoect First-class cooklne. Short orders day and night. Dinner Dally at 3 p. m. 23 El Paso St., Next to Cooper's. When In JUAREZ Insist upon having 44 La Prueba" Olgara, manufactured by Balsa y Hermaoo, Veracruz, Mex. The only Mextc clzars that him tk entre to the lnadlng clubs of the United states ana Euro ye. special brand. "FLOl DE BALSA." R. R. Tickets AT CUT RATES I Ticket Brokers. Jewelers and v Money Loaners. Mexican Money Boaght and Sold Brack and 0'onnor, l BI PASO STBKsTT. floral Dcorations Holly. Cut Flowers. Plants. Palms, etc.. and shippers of Cacti. H. A. KEZER. - OQ San Antonio Gasoline Engines c ecu a unwiioe engine thai has the leant uumberuf working parts the easiest started and operated of any In the market. Suited for HOISTING, PUMP ING or driving any kind of MACHINERY. If your engine or machinery does not run to suit you, CALL AND SEE US ABOUT IT. TO REPAIR IS OUR SPECIALTY H Paso Novelty Works, 8 Stanton St. "Jl Paao. " Now is the time when cronn and lunz troubles prove rapidly fatal- The only harmless remedy that nroducea imme- diate results is One Minute Cough Cure. It is very pleasant to take and can be relied upon to quickly cure coughs. coias, ana all lung diseases. It will. nravant anh a afa. prevent consumption. druggist.