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FL PSO DAILY HER M FRIDAY, DtCtMBER 21, 1900
3 Neighbor hood Notes TEXAS. PARDONS ARE WANTED. Governor Sayers is being beseiged with friends in the interest of issuing pardons. Before 10 o'clock the other morning he had a half dozen visitors who wanted pardons. He is very ENTERPRISING PHOENIX. I Phoenix though wide-awake dreams some of the most pleasant dreams pos- . sible. and there is no one but who wishes her dreams may come true. Having heard of the intention of Pres ident McKInley to visit the west, .Phoenix has decided to make an ef fort to have the president accept her hospitality long enough that earnest pleadings for statehood for Arizona may be poured into his ear. It is be lieved that if the president will visit the territory and come in contact with the people so that he can see the ad vancement and progress apparent on all sides, the cause of statehood will be greatly advanced. May the fondest .a ... DkM1 In Vi I 1 1 n a matAF. busy Just at present though he finds ,a,ize and ,n th en(J result in tne ad time to talk for a few minutes with ,, - -4--. -.. nr tu Vtfc fc, e " 8me,wn" wo" United States, ried with his message and other af- , fairs of state, and the Christmas pres- CLIMAX JIM REFORMS ent pardon doubles his worry. BABY DROWNED IN A WELL. A sad drowning occuerred at the home of Mr. Frank Despain, nine miles southeast of Sherman. Guy. the 2- country life In Apache county Arizona there is sl wall Irnown nrwnnnrher known as Climax Jim. whose real name is Rufus Ought, it would seem, to give exemption Nephews. All men who ride the "ulu uiseases wnicn prey noon me ranges sooner or later are endowed residents of thickly populated cities. - ti-- -Tt-i-.t xrtiiMi elml. But there is no exemption from disease. year-old boy. was noticed to be tod- fl particular weakness which " "e country, as in the city, one ner of distinction. Nephews possessed a weakness for Climax chewing tobac- low from sinking. He had, in his in tent pursuit of his father, not seen the well. -KILLED HIS COUSIN. anng oil after his father. After a while the mother became alarmed at the little one's stay and went out to .w .or mm. one was oorror bine- and the boys named him Climax k nd,the boay Acting on top of j, h in the count ja the water in an uncovered well. The i - i '. t charged wUh gravTcrTmel butbThas never been convicted, as no one has Iever been able to discover that he has the capabilities of performing all the deeds accredited to him. He has suc- IcamImI in convincing most of his ac At Austin because Eph Mayfield ; quaintances that he is not such a bad would not let his oonsin. W ill Sneed. man as ne has been pictured and most cross the Colorado river on a ferry he 0f them believe him to be a creature was conducting, sneed drew a revoi- or misfortune, rather than of crime. er and shot him dead. The dead Recently he has announced that he -man'8 brother runs the ferry, but was has reformed: that henceforth he temporarily absent and left it in charge would even abstain from chewing Cli- oi bpb. sneed came up to tne ierry max DiUK an(j win live so free from drunk and wanted to cross for noth- J evn t&t he may ride the ranges with- ing. jnayneia naau i toe aumomj 10 ou any fear of being pursued by offl grant the request and refused it. ! cers Df the law. The cowboys are al Sneed became angry and shot bis ways quick to notice and reward re- - iauin in me necx. prouucing insian. form in their companions, and they death. The parties in the tragedy be- hs hnni ih nama of Climax Jim long to one of th best families in that by placing a Bryan "anti" in front of the cowboys hit upon as an easy man- : maT the cheeks grow hollow and the section. ed. Sneed was arrested and jail- RAN AMUCK NUDE. Clothed in the garb of Adam before the fall, a man ran amuck in Sher man. He was stopped by a T. & P. . engineer in the yards of the company and induced to put on an old coat and a pair of overalls. Later he was cap tnred and placed in jail where he was held awaiting transfer to the hospital it and hereafter he will be known as Anti-Climax Jim. Bye and bye maybe he will be called Uncle Climax Jim. NEW MEXICO. SEEMS TO BE UNLUCKY. George Day. a carpenter who has been employed in the preserving works at Las Vegas, is the victim of a second accident in a few weeks. Only a few . .11 1 n -,-. He is a young man about 23 years of as" 'j'r.-J.. T . ' .1 age and says he lives in Denison. His " "w i,"J"'ti BVtrprir7e wit h story is full of romance, disconnected inITo KV5wiof li e-n rH nf hi. MMh v --., 1 while assisting in unloading acar of In ent riil nf hia r-lntho- that ho -nto-hf ' -i"S . , . number. He had one belt around his waist and had a hand kerchief in his hand. In the handker chief was a dime. THEY SHOULD MOVE. The citizens of San Antonio, who reside on San Pedro avenue are raising a not clean. They complain of too much mud and say they have to wade through a sea of mud to cross the street or to get on a street car. They are like men who continue to drink booze and then kick because they have a headache next morning. They should leg broken two places and the other injured. NEW MEXICO SCHOOLS. M. C. Debaca, superintendent of pub lic instruction of New Mexico has just completed his annual report, which shows the following facts: There are big kick because the crossings are JL -iT Ji" M W,! t clean. They complain of too ! -79-B-le.?-!29r IfSSl and 13.524 female pupils in the public schools, an average daily attendance of J 0.994 male and 8.457 female pupils, a school population of 28.4S0 males and 24.528 females between the ages of a ana 21. ine average lengin 01 me get out of a town where they have to ! chool - ,a almost flve montha. wade In mud to cross the streets and TK -.-1 -.. , t.rritn- f-- move to a town where the street sprinklers run the year round in order to make a little mud for the accom modation of visitors who would get homesick without it. There is such a town and the San Antonio kickers can reach it without changing cars if they will pack their grips and get on the G. H. & S. A. railroad. The name of the town is El Paso. Come in out of the wet. AN OLD DOCUMENT. Governor Sayers has received from New York an old Texas document. It is a certificate for 177 acres of land issued to George Curtis by the Gal- public school purposes in the fiscal year were J300.924.64, expenditures $202,882.53. leaving a balance of $98. 042.11. For teachers salaries. $146. 746.46 were expended during the year, or about $220 per teacher, or $50 per month, the time taught. A CASE OF "SPOSIN." The Farmington Times advocates a new law which will allow towns of less than 500 population to incorporate. The object the Times has in view is getting Farmington incorporated. That is all right and shows an enter prising spirit. but the reason the Times gives reminds one of a story. veston Bay and Texas Land company. Herexte the reason the Time3 giVes irn, .;;. ,J r ' : "Suppose a ailroad should commence wf r.LL ,The t1'?"' building through here. What police ZSL lt??daZ.l. Power or protection have we other .., X"i.-r' - -5ir-- .than the justice of the peace and con and the State of Coahuila and Texas." The grants were for the purpose of colonization and were made under contract to Lorenzo de Zavalla, Joseph Vehlein and David G. Burnet, accord ing to act of Dec., 22. 1826. The cer tificate bears a splendid map of Austin's colony. Zavalla. at the head of the coloniza tion movement, was of one of the most illustrious families of Mexico, being at one time governor of the state of Mexico. He made trips east- in the interest of the colony movement and later settled at San Antonio, where bis direct descendants now reside. stable?" Here is the story: An old wrinkled woman sat on her front door step crying bitterly. A man passing stopped to inquire of her the cause of those copious tears. "Oh, I just got n thin-In' " colli tha nl rl w iytiti !. HthOgTaph h- "1 in- cmt tn h1nlHn' Lorenzo deih.t ft 1 -m tn hnva a rhilii Mill n side of meat was to fall from Heaven and kill it." ARIZONA. THE UTAH-ARIZONA LINE. At last the boundary line between Utah and Arizona is to be definitely located by the government. The con tract for surveying has already been let and the surveyors are running the preliminary line. As soon as this is completed the work of running the permanent line will be begun and it will be marked by iron monuments as YELLOW ... CURE. Bellinzaghi Offers Hi? Great Discovery to Us. Mexico's $100,000 Refused. Unwilling to Accept the Prize on the Terms Imposed. To Establish a Laboratory at San Antonio, Tex. A New York dispatch says: Dr. An gel Bellinzaghi. a young specialist whose treatment in the sufferers of yel low fever recently attracted much at tention in Mexico, was in the city on it is located. A survey through that i bis way to Brazil. rough country will be no easy matter J Dr. Bellinzaghi has been offered the as it will require months to run the,100 000 , t id bv the Mexican line over the three hundred miles of 100'OWO Dr,ze set asiae Dy lne boundary between the state and ter- government for the discovery of a ser um that would cure yellow fever, but ue says that he is unwilling to accept eyes grow dull while the frame wastes away with that terrible disease, con sumption. W eak lungs are made strong by the use of Dr. Pierce's Goldeli Medical Dis covery. It cures obstinate and stubborn coughs, bronchitis, bleeding of the lungs and other symptoms which, if neglected or unskillfully treated, terminate fatally i consumption. The action of Golden Medical Discovery in the curing of wast ing diseases is entirely philosophic Emaciation, and consequent loss of weight, are among the most striking ymptoms of what are known as wast ing diseases. The body is not being ade quately nourished, and the cause of this lack of nourishment is not lack of food but lack of ability in the stomach and th other organs of digestion and nutri tion to prepare the food for the assimila tion and nutrition of the body. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures nil mun of the stomach and the organs of digestion and nutrition, and so en ables the body to be nourished back to strength in the only way by which strength can come ; that is, by food per fectly digested and assimilated. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a temperance medicine. It contains no alcohol, neither opium, cocaine or any other narcotic Accept no substitute for Discovery." There is nothing "just as good "or you, though many things may pay the dealer a larger profit. CAUGHT GOLD, "The first day of this year," writes Mrs. Kate chev. of 716 St. Paul Avenue. Milwaukee. Wis. I caught a heavy cold, which settled on my lungs and brought on a hemorrhage. From that time on until the first of April I bled from my rangs nve araerent umes. i was so weaK and undone I could onlv do the lie htest work. The doctor told me I was going into consump tioa. My breath was short and at times I could hardly get my breath at alL This is the state I was in when I began to take Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. After the first bottle I was much better, and I could walk two r three blocks without trouble. My breath was not so short snd I was much imoroved. After taking fonr bottles I could work all day, and I never felt better in my life. I think vour medi cine the best in the world and I recommend it to all who are troubled as I was." WILL MAKE AFFiOAVIT. "I was sick for about three months, had chills, fever, and coughed a great deal. writes Mr. w. L,. Brown, ol ucunrman, Jackson Co.. Tenn. "Most of my neighbors and friends thought I had consumption. I was reduced in nesn. ana was very wca only weignea no pounds ; my physician thought there was little nope for my recovery. "My wife went to the store to get some anti febrin. quinine, etc., for me and a friend of mine (Mr. W. W. McDearman). who had been taking Dr. Pierce's Oolden Medical Discovery recom mended this medicine for me. Finally I decided to use it, after my physician told me that it would be good tor me. I sent and got one bottle, and before all was taken I weighed 149 pounds a gain or 39 pounds. I am still taking the Golden Medical Discovery, have taken nearly two bottles, and now weigh 163 pounds, which is more than I ever weighed. I am still gaining strength and taking the ' Discovery.' I wish to sav that this is a recent recovery, that only two months ago I only weighed about no pounds. "I can and will make affidavit to this full statement any time. If you wish to use this as a testimonial do so. and I will answer all letters from inquiring suirerers." Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, containing 100S pages, and over 700 illustrations, is sent free on receipt of stamps to defray expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps tor the book in paper covers, or 31 cents for the book in cloth binding. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. ritory. TOMBSTONE SHOT UP. the prize on the terms proposed by the Tlw mftnrlna rtf Aava hw-.n . awakened at Tombstone the other j Mexican government, although he is night by a band of cowboys shooting ready to give all sufferers from tne up the town in the good old way. The dread disease tne benefit of his cure. people shivered In their beds lest a stray bullet might' find its way into private places and rumors of a tprrihle crime were wafted about on the morn ing air, but when the lieht of day came no blood was running through the streets and no splinters were stick ing in on the store fronts. The town was not so badly shot ud as the bul lets were. The Prospector takes ad vantage of the occasion to sav a few things against the practice of carry ing "concealed weapons." The Pros pector's speech is out of order, inas much as in this case the weapons that disturbed the editor were far from being concealed. gnrnntifmrnmnimmmmm 1 Caballero Onyx Mining Company 1 I Of New Mexico. 1 A Mining Stock On Safe Lines. 1 A COMPANY OF, AND FOR THE STOCKHOLDERS. I SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS ARE NOW OPEN AT OUR OFFICE IN THE SHELDON BLOCK. OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE, EL PASO, TEXAS. FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE WORKING CAPITAL AND TREASURY FUND OF 100,000 SHARES RESERVED IN THE TREASURY OF THE CA BALLERO ONYX MINING COMPANY.TO BE SOLD FOR THE PURPOSE OF DEVELOPING THE UNEQUALED, UNRIVALLED. AND VALUABLE DEPOSITS OF ONYX; ALSO FOR THE ERECTION OF THE PLANT, AND THE PLACING THEREIN OF THE MACHINERY. AND A TREASURY FUND. STOCKHOLDERS WILL OWN ALL BETTERMENTS. 55.000 OF THESE SHARES ARE TO BE DISPOSED OF AT THE VERY LOW PRICE OF 15 Cents Each Share FULLY PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE. AND OF THE PAR VALUE OF ONE DOLLAR. AFTER THE DISPOSAL OF THE ABOVE. TH REMAIN ING 45.000 WILL NOT BE OFFERED AT LESS THAN THIRTY CENTS A SHARE. -xejt 8 jo bi em japun tuva UU JO panajodjooui s Xnwdrnoo siq.i ico and capitalized at 1350.000.00 divid ed into 350,000 shares of the par value of One Dollar, fully paid and non-assessable. The officers of the Caballero Onyx Mining company are: Lew Gilbert, president; H. E. Runkle. vice-president; Chas. W. Alexander, secretary and treasurer; John L. Dyer. Jr., at torney; and the First National bank depository. The main office is in El Paso, Texas, and its principal place of business in New Mexico, in the Cabal lero Canon, Otero county only seven miles from the El Paso and Northeast ern rail road, with hauling charges to railroad nominal. The Caballero Onyx Mining company was organized for the purpose of op erating its valuable onyx properties For Frofit To Its Stockholders and it is the policy and purpose of the company to sell only enough of its stock in the treasury to defray the ex pense of developing the same and in stalling the plant for its manufacture, so as to be able To Declare Dividends from actual net earnings of the prop erty, and to bring this about at the earliest possible date, and of suc)i a character as to be exceedingly gratify ing to the stockholders; and what is of vital Importance to every investor is tne fact, that the property is being .Honestly and Conser vatively Managed as a true business proposition, and " solely in the interests of the stockhold- Not Only a Mining: E 1 erprise, But Manu facturings Well with the stockholders as sole owners, and participating in all earnings, from the 8 tart. Unusual. But Business-Like Features of the company No allotted or promoted stock to be in competition with cash subscriptions, and no transfers of such stock until after the work ing capital and treasury fund is assured. No salaried officials, and expenses reduced to the minimum. No debts can be as sumed or created by the board of directors unless the funds are in the treasury to meet the same. No debts. Titles incontestable. In the development no expensive tunnels, cross-sections, shafts, etc., to eat up funds. Every piece has a money value. Sev eral carloads of this extensive and very valuable onyx are on the dumps and the output will be largely augmented so as to supply the demand in the rough as well as the manufactured pro duct. Estimating the rough pro duct at a minimum figure the profit shows over 85 per cent on . . each car load, and this bas no reference, however, to what the onyx is worth when manufactur ed for commercial purposes, all of which tends to greatly en hance the earning power and en- x large dividends. tention of the Mexican authorities. Offered to the United States. "It is my desire." Dr. Bellinzaghi said in an interview, "to place my dis covery at the disposal of the United States, as I believe it will be of mark ed value to the sufferers from yellow fever in the states along the gulf coast. iiy experience in the republic of Mexi co, both In the treatment of yellow fever and in immunizing persons liable to it have been most satisfactory and convincing." Dr. Bellinzaghi takes special pride in the case of David Kilpatrick, an Ameri can who had contracted yellow fever and whose case was regarded as hope less. Four applications were made ' and Kilpatrick recovered. I This strengthened the confidence of the local authorities in Dr. Bellinza ghi's discovery and the Mexican gov ernment expressed its desire to obtain from him his interest in the new re medy. The offer was not accepted, as Dr. Bellinzaghi did not desire to place the entire control of his discovery in the hands of the government. ! It is the plan of Dr. Bellinzaghi and those associated with him to establish hospitals for the cure of yellow fever in Vera Cruz. Havana, Panama, Vene zuela and in other places. These" hos pitals will be supplied with the newly discovered serum from the establisu ment in Texas. The Stock Aleady Sought After In Europe This Special Sale cf Stock is Offered for a Short Time Only. No Subscription Taken for Less Than 100 Shares Drafts. Cettified Checks, Postal and Express Money Orders Received. CALL ON. OR WRITE EACOCK, FISCAL AGENTS, Although Dr. Bellinzaghi spent only two months in Mexico, he treated about fifty cases or the yellow .ever, and ef fected cures in 85 per cent of tese cases. He said that he would remain in New York about a week and that! TO THE PUBLIC. he would return to the United States t The new City Directory for 1901 by from Brazil early next year. Heisac-!the E1 Paso Directory company (the ... , . i home company) will be delivered to companied here by R. L. Summerlin ; itsl patrons January 1. This announce- of San Antonio, - ex., near which city J ment is made because a directory is- 5 he expects to establish a laboratory -"cd by another concern is being de- for the manufacture of the sprnm livered- Tne printing of the home di ror tne manufacture of the serum. rectory ,a just belng flnished. which has attracted the favorable at- El Pato Directory Co. SHELDON BLOCK, OPPOSITE P. O., El Paso, Texas. Specimens and Photos of this Valuable and Unrivalled ONYX can be seen at our Office. Call for Prospectus. Sub scription B'anks, General information, Etc. g This Sale Will Positively Close When the Number of Shares Specified Are Taken.