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aammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrommmnn!K A CLEAN MINING STOCK. The Caballero Onyx Mining OF NEW MEXICO. Company 9 sr A SAFE. LEGITIMATE INVESTMENT IN THE MIXING AND MANUFACTURING OF ONYX. SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS ARE NOW OPEN AT OUR OJFFICE IN SHEL DON BLOCK. EL. PASO, TEXAS. 100,000 SHARES RESERVED FOR THE TREASURY- Of these shares are offered at the VERY LOW PRICE OF 15 CENTS EACH, fully paid and non-assessable, par value $1.00, for the purpose of developing the uneaualed unrlvated and val.,M aA ho ortlnn nt a nlant for thf mnniifartiir nt lume The rnorhrul nt rin1nr h.ino.o ol ... i . . ,. . p " s Lue unequaiea, unnvaiea ana valuable 55.000 rfpnosits of Onyx the treasury of the Company. These shares have been securely pooled until a sufficient working capital has been secured: Car the treasury Runkle, vice president; Chas. W. Alexander, secretary. nuu . v.. ... - " " uuu.Ux. ,a ,UI. UUSIURA HO HI HiTT fTI nV nmmnt'o ohanta J.T- The officers are Lew Gilbert president; H. E. EL PASO DAILY HERALD. THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1901 No debts can be assumed or created by the Board of Directors unless funds are in the treasury to .ittinr or shafts are to be sunk, no dead work: every piece has a commercial value. SEVERAL CARLOADS OF THIS VALUABLE ONYX ON THE DUMPS AND THE OUTPUT WILL BE LARGELY AUGMENTED SO AS TO SUPPLY THE DEMAND IN THE ROUGH A? WFT t a3 THE MANUFACTURED PRODUCT. ESTIMATING THE ROUGH PRODUCT AT THE MINIMUM FIGURE, THE PROFITS SHOW OYER 85 PER CENT, and this has no reference Ttc .what thT olrvx i, worth when manufactured for commercial purposes, all of which tends to enhance the earning power and enlarge the dividends. THIS OFFER will not be open long. No subscriotion takVfLr 1 th. inn shares, which cost $15. THE COMPANY WILL BE ABLE TO PAY HANDSOME DIVIDENDS WITHIN ONE YEAR AFTER THE STARTING OF THE PLANT. We court the mos? thlSeh investiOon Send for prospectus, subscription blanks and general information. Address lumvuBa investigation. RUNKLE & PEACOCK. Fiscal Agents, CALL AND SEE SPECIMENS OF THIS UNRIVALLED COMMERCIAL ONYX. ! UNeighbo I hood Neighbor- Notes 1 TEXAS. FATAL ACCIDENT. Alfred E. Spurlen. a private in light battery K, First artillery, stationed at ort Sam Houston, while handling a pistol in his quarters, accidentally pressed the trigger and shot himself. He was at once taken to the post hos pital where doctors attended through out a night and a day but the wound was too serious to permit of bis recov ery and be died on the following nigbt after the accident. Deceased was 73 years of age and had been in the army only a short time. His body was tak " en to his former home at Howe Station for burial. FOUND BURIED MONEY. Mrs. Rachel A. Moores, of Texar kana. has found $2800 in gold, whi-rh r her husband buried on his plantation near Texarkana in 1866. Mrs. Moores says she was directed by a dream to the spot where the money was burl.:!. Her husband. Col. David H. Moores. has been dead several years and left her quite wealthy. w WILLIAM HUGHES INDORSED. James Reilly, of Dallas, has resigned the position of state expert printer and the typographical unions of Texas are seeking to have William S. Hughes, of the Austin union, appointed to fill the -acancy. ARIZONA. CAPTURED OPIUM SMOKERS. While on a visit to Chinatown in Phoenix a constable found some China men smoking opium. Two of them were caught in the act and were ar rested for smoking opium, the keeper of the place was arrested for keeping an opium den and three others were arrested for playing the role of old dog Tray. They engaged an attorney who plead for their release on their own recognizance and his request was granted. But about this time one of the Chinamen spoke up and said that he could not be present on the follow ing day. when the trial was to be, with out shutting down the territorial asy- lum, as he held such an important po sition out there that it could not run without him except on Sundays. The court said in that case the Chinaman would be placed in jail so that he could be on hand all right. But the attor ney for the Chinamen told the court he would get permission from the doc tor at the asylum for the Chinaman to attend court. Then the Chinaman said he could not come unless a carriage was sent for him as it was too far and hot. The court again gave his orders to put the Celestial in jail when th attorney convinced his client that ho could walk all right and the Chinamen were turned loose. YOUNG NOT GUILTY. Monday night the Jury in the Young muraer case at Nogales returned a vtr- dict of "not guilty," thus concluding one or tne most famous and most bit terly contested criminal cases in the history of the county. 'This was the second trial of Young, the first result ing in a disagreement of the jury. The Young was deputy constable on the day of the killing and entered a saloon to quell a disturbance. J. L. Hunter, a man of violent temper who had sev- era! times threatened Young's life, was playing faro at a table in the sa loon. It is alleged he threw down his chips and made a movement to draw a revolver when Young shot and killed him. HOPKINS'S BODY FOUND. The body of W. L. Hopkins has been found. It will be remembered that a few days ago W. L. Hopkins, an aged miner, who was located temporarily at Mesquite to look after a mining prop- erty, had wandered away towards the desert and nothing could be heard from him. Diligent search was made for him and after a few days his body was found several miies from home in the desert. It was nearl ydark when he started out and it is supposed he lost his way in the desert and wandered about until overcome with exhaustion and laid down and died from thirst. PRIMITIVE HUNTERS. A band of Papago Indians is camp- No Salaried Officials. Running ed at a tank twenty miles west of Florence and are hunting antelopes on the desert with considerable success. They are hunting the animals with bow and arrow and a Florence paper says that they bring down an antelope with their arrows at a hundred yards five shots of seven. MEXICO. A BRUTAL OFFICER. The appeal of Colonel Mainero. for mer commander of the fourth cavalr., against the sentence of imprisonment imposed upon him for cruelty, is Ih ing heard in the supreme military court in the City of Mexico. Mainero is charged with a series of awful cruel ties. On one occasion he ordered five hundred blows with a cudgel admin istered to a trooper. When he recov ered from the 'first punishment he wa.3 given a repetition of it. Then after ho got well the third five hundred blows were commenced but he died before they were finished. This is only one of many cases of terrible cruelty with which he is charged, some of them be ing awtul trime8 against the wives of soldiers. It Is said that the prose cuting attorney will ask for a revoca tion of the sentence of fourteen years imprisonment and call for the death sentence. DIAZ IN PUEBLA. President Diaz and a party of dis tinguished Mexican officials spent Sat urday in Puebla and were given a great reception. From the time the president and party reached the depot in the City of Mexico to take the train for Puebla until they arrived back at it there was one continual ovation to the president. While he was in Puebla that city was crowned with a diadem or electric glory. The object of the presidents visit to Puebla was to in augurate the schools and penal law courts. There were several eardn parties, banquets and other festivities indulged in in honor of the president and in every way possible the people an aiong tne line showed their love anu loyalty to their president. PHILANTHROPIC DUCHESS. The pope has created Madame An tonio de Mier y Celis, the widow of tne late minister of Mexico to France, a duchess in recognition of her muni ficent gifts to the church, one of them being a splendid residence in Paris for the papal nuncio. Madame Mier Oils recently given her husband's valuable collection of books to the national li brary of Mexico. Senor Mier left his great residence and grounds in Tacu baya, a suburb of the City of Mexico for a hospital. PANIC AT BULL FIGHT. Dispatches from Monterey say that the bull fighting arena at San Luis Pn. tosi was the scene of a tragic exhibi tion of the brutal sport last Sundav. While the fight was in progress one of the vicious bulls jumped the stone bar rier that separates the fighting ring from the spectators. He landed in the midst of the crowd and charged upon the men. women and children. Tha people fled for the exits panic stricken" One person was killed and a number of oiners injured. MAYA LEADER CAPTURED. ine government troops operating against the Maya Indians in the state of Yucatan have cantured a fnr rt anout one nundred of the rebels and have sent them under military guard to Merida. Among the prisoners is An tonio Muyil. who is said to be the lead er of the rebellion. He is highly intel ligent and has a good knowlodro f military affairs. .He will be sent to the City of Mexico. NEW MEXICO. POSTMASTER APPOINTED. After remaining in the hands rr th. democrats nearly two years after th.; contest for the new appointment was commenced, the Deming postoffice has at last beeen turned over to the repub licans. K. G. Clarke, a popular youig man. secured the appointment after be ing in the race for eighteen montn. ne appointment gives eonernl ruH- faction. There was no kirk on t-, democratic management, though th office was in the hands of a relative of Jeff Davis. Mrs. Horitrdnn uhn h,, been the postmistress, is a niece of the president of the southern con f prlrarv and it is said that she resembles her inuatrious uncle very much. LOST IN THE MOUNTAINS. Martin Fishback, a Denver mining man, who was at Alamogordo and La LuzLuz looking over the mineral pros pects, started out to make a tour of the neighboring mountains on foot. Twenty-four hours having passed since bis departure and still no sign of his return, his friends became alarmed and went in search of him, fearing thai he had fallen prey to some wild beasts in the mountains. He was found in a hut near Jarilla. thoroughly exhausts 1 from cold, hunger and exertion and portions of his body badly frostbitten. He was out two days and nights and would not have lived much longer had he not been found. R. R. Tickets AT CUT RATES Ticket Brokers. Jewelers and Money Loaners. Mexican Money Bought and Sold Brack and 0'onnor, UK ML PASO BTBCST. Floral Dcorations Holly, Cut Rowers. Plants. Palms, etc.. and shippers of CaCtl. H. A. KEZER. - 406 San Antonio -s Gasoline Engines We' sell a Gasoline Engine thftt has the least number of working parta 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 cot run to suit you, CALL, AND SEE US ABOUT IT. TO BEPilR IS OUR SPECIALTY S! Paso Novelty Ms, 8 Stanton St. SI Pa so . Tex. POMEROY'S El Paso Transfer Company. . HACKS. BUS AND BAGGAGE. Thone IS. 300-306 S. Oreeon. Mexican Fire Opals GOOD ASSOTMENT RIGHT PRICES Mexican leather carver and burner at work. Call on us. WG.WALZC0 f Oladad J a ares Mai Opposite Custom House. l'OU WANT., GOLD AND . . . COPPER CLAIMS. In the Jarilla Oamp, or Interests in tame call on or address, A. W. OIF FORD, Box 12. El Paso. Texas. Dyspepsia Digests what you eat. It artificially di gests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted di Restive or gans. It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It In stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea. Sick Headache. Gastraltfia. Cramps, and 11 other resul ts of i mnorfect digestion Prepared by E. C. DeW'ut A Co.. Cblcagok Cure. Expenses Reduced to a Minimum. meet the same. Title to the property is MCLAUGHLIN'S XXXX Coffee IS THE REST. It Settles Itself. Sold Only In One Pound Packages. Ask Your Grocer For It. El Paso Grocery Co. Cor. Oregon and Overland R. G. DUN & CO. Mercantile Reports. ' Mercantile Collections. EL PASO OFFICE: 112 SOUTH P SI! On terms to suit Purchasers. Piano Tuulng, Polishing Repairing. W. G. DUNN & CO Court Home Block DR. NG CHE HOK Guaduate Chinese Physician ?1 0ei - n A pIah Over 20 year' ex perlence In treating VS " ' i.ll rid aisoases or mec omen. .(cure Blood Poison 1 Lost Manhood, Sklo 5 7 S'SXsa L Hernia. Gonorrhoea r V : r ?; t J ;'. Rheumatism. Ti. leases of Braln.Beart. H.-Lnng, Kidneys. Lit er, madder, and all Female Uomplalnta All diseases eared 'xcluslvely by Chi nese herbs without surgical operaton. GoEsultatlon Free Honrs: :. . to 8 p. m. i Sundays. 10 a. n to 4 p. m.; OFFICE 105 MYRTLE AVE Off Ban Antonio St., next Delaware Fur niture Store. EAM0N.... Assay and Chemical Laboratories.... If you want reliable assays and aaaly ses give ns a trial. The only power crushing plant la assay office south of Denrer. Oaref ul attention Riven ore shlpmsst to El Paso smelters. 208 MESA AVENUE, O. BOX 97. El Paso, Texas. Independent Assay Office e.ruuiHio 1888 all ) and D.W.Reckhart,E.M. Pr.pH.Uir. Asertt for Ore Ship-I-. Asraya and Chemical Analysis. ISKS EUaiXEB ND KKrkTKD II'ON. BollionHtrkiSprrialtj. . o. aos ss. OS. u4 lAtMnutyi Cor. San Francisco A Chihuahua Sts. EL PASO, TEXAS. Incontestable. In the developments no SHELDON Through Train Service BETWEEN EL PASO and CAPITAN Kl Paso & Northeastern Railway Co. AND llamogordo & Sacramento Mot'o By. Ci. WHITE OAKS ROUTE. TIME TABLE NO, 6. IMountala Time) Train Leaves El Paso 10:30 a. m Arrives Alamogordo.;.... 2:35 p. m Arrives Capitan 8:0C p. m Train Leaves Capitan 8:00 a. m Arrives Alamogrordo 12:20 p. m Arrives El Paeo 5:00 p. m (Dally Except Sunday) Stage Connections. At Tulare sa For Mescalero Indian Acaa :y and San Andreas mining region. At OarrUosa For White Oaks, Jlcartllas ialHnas and surrounding country. At Walnut For NogaL. At Oapltan For Ft. Stanton Sanitarian. J ray, Lincoln. Richardson, Kuldoeo ant boulto country. For In format! "n of any kind regarding th. railroads, or tl country adjacent thereto :all on or write -o A. S KS1 9 a'l 8upt& Traffic Mgr., Alamogordo, N. H. ALEXANDER ' Oen'l F. A P. Agt.. Alamogordo. N. or W..K. MORRIS. Agent. El Paso. Texas LA UNION CIGAR FACTORY. The best trade of Mexican Aiirara The victoria Colon a specialty. We do a strictly wholesale business. Mail orders promptly filled. A. ALVAREZ, Prop., 204 Mesa Avenue, El Paso, Tex. SIERRA MADRE LINE J. H. M . A P. Ry.) EI Paso. Tex., to Cisas Grandes,Chia., Mei Otstance 151 Miles Opens to capitalists and prospectors the most resourceful and Inviting section ni Mexico. Oonrenlen to mertcaa and Mexican markets, LEADING INDUSTRIES: Mining. Lumberlna. Stock Raising, farm ing and Fruit Growing. alagnlBceat openings In these lines. The policy of the sierra Madre Line Is to encourage a.d foster In every . consistent manner all legitimate Industries in Its territory, calcu lated to prsmra the welfare of the country. Correspondence solicited. J no. P. BtHBiT, Genera Manager. . J. T. Logan. Gen. Traffic Agt., El Paso. Taxas. and Ciudad Juarea, Mex. mi " I feel that God lias blessed Dr. that jraud medicine ca'lcd Acker's Troubles. It saves children every i Everv mot'.ier siiou.il know a!;out it, and I will tel! alout my expe rience. I ha ! a dar.ing boy of four years to die with croup. My doctor did all he eot:l?, but the child could not be made to vomit. rhat was before I knew of Acker's Eng lish Remedy. After I did hear of it, I got a bottle. Wlitn our little eighteen -months -old girl was stricken with croup, I gave her thismedicine, and i isideof twenty minutes she vomited and was bet ter right away. During the win ter she had croup four times, and it brought her through each time all right. I. myelf, had bronchitis pretty bad, aid Ackers English Remedy cured me completely. Before I close, I w-ant to tell vo s of my neighbor's boy, named Jobe Nana. He had bronchitis, too. He got worse all the time. My husband went over to his house and told him about my case. Then li s mother went to town, get a 50-cent bottle of Acker's English Remedy, r.ntl he took it. lie came over toour house afew davs later and said he was all right, an 1 also said two doses relieved him from the start. You can un derstand bv ivy letter w hy I think so much of Acker's English Remedy. I re peat that God's blessing must t-urely have been bestowed tipon Dr. Acker." (Signed) Mrs. John Yeacer. Rochester, Pa. Sold at 25c, 50c and $t abottle, throughout the United Stales and Canada; and in England, at is. cd.. 2s. 3d., 4s. 6d. If yoi are not satisfied after buying, return the bottle to yor.r druggist, and get your money back. IIV authorize C:c above imnranice. H- U. HOOKER & CO., Proprietor. Xne York. M. H. WEBB, expensive tunnels, cross BLOCK, EL PASO, TEX. "We're Marching to Zion' That's how the good old song goes. But now the people ride In com fort and luxury when traveling to . ward "The City of the Saints." The National Live Stock Associa tion will hold its great annn convention in Salt Lake dty, Jan uary 15-18, 1901. Say. Brother, are yo j with us? Only one fare, plus two dollars, for the round trip, via "THE DENEH ROAD," and your choice of routes west from Pueblo, Col orado Springs and Denver (with special train service.) There will be a Happy Time. Salt Lake City is noted for success in caring for and entertaining con ventions, and "YOU DONT HAVE TO APOLOGIZE FOR RIDING ON THE DENVER ROAD." W. F. STERLET, A. A. GLISSON, A. G. P. A. G. A. P. D. CHARLES L. HULL, FORT WORTH, TEXAS. N. B. Drop us a line for further infor mation. I Pianos Tuned. Pianos Rented. WE WANT TO TALK with you with an effort to' secure your patronage. WE WANT TO SHOW you the largest and most complete line of high grade and medium priced pianos ever brought to El Paso. We want you to see and hear the FISCHER which has no superior in touch, tone and durability. We want you to see and hear "merit singing in sweetest tones" in the Singer Piano, a medium grade instrument at a medium price. WE WANT TO TALK with you when ever you are ready. W. G. Walz Co., El Paso, Texas 99 Acker with special knowledge to prepare English Remedy for Throat and Lung time when they are attacked by croup.' DM DRUGGIST.