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EL PASO DAILY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1901.
PAGE TWO. A j I I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I ! I Neighborhood Notes.. i ' t-M I I I I I I I I I I I I lfl l t-W-l I II I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I m ! I LEADER OF VICE CRUSADE. Smith Organizes a Committee to Push Purification. PROFESSIONAL. TEXAS. NEW INCORPORATIONS. The following charters were fifed in the secretary of state's office Saturday: The Southern Realty company, of Fort Worth; capital stock. $10,000. In corporated by R. I. White. J. E. Bomar and D. T. Bomar. The Davilla Telephone and Improve ment company, of Davilla. Milan coun ty; capital stock, $10,000. Purpose, to construct and operate a telephone sys tem in Milan. Bell and Williamson counties. Incorporated by J. C. Cronk, Robert P. Kerr, E. H. White and oth ers. The Galveston Relief association, of Galveston; no capital stock. Incorpor ated by W. N. Cummings, W. J. Mason, H. T. Davis and others. HUVV HE FOUND OUT. Walter Smith thought he detected an odor of gas issuing from an oil well which he is having drilled near Hous ton and applied a match to be certain. The explosion wrecked the derrick and badly hurt Smith, but he will recover. He is much elated at his discovery. A SANITARY CRUSADE. " The ordinance committee of the city council of Waco, at the next meeting of that body will report an ordinance against dropping fruit parings in the streets and committing other offenses against health. This ordinance was written in response to a petition to the city council signed by a committee of women appointed to present the peti tion on the part of the city federation of women's club of Waco. The peti tion before the council is as follows: "In addition to existing ordinances we respectfully urge the adoption and enforcement of such others as will pre vent the promiscuous spitting upon our sidewalks and streets and the throw ing of fruit peels thereon. Such ordi nances are to be found among the sani tary laws of many of our largest, most populous and progresssive cities, and are conducive both to the health of the commumnity and the comfort of the traveling public. Sand boxes to be used Special to The Herald. as cuspidors should be provided by the WILLIAMS, A. T.. Feb. 25 Some city and placed at convenient points on thing like three weeks ago the Santa f1tt'!Sr'. Pacific authorities had put off at fruit peels and other trash which may i this place a man slightly sick. Next be case away by the traveling public. 'day the case developed into small pox. TlA IaaIIo RAKmo tin n fTst the human family are often conveyed through the habit of expectorating on the streets. These germs, ground into fine dust, are caught up by the shifting and the incorporators are business men of San Francisco and Bakersfield, Cal. MATERIAL ARRIVING. The material for the new steel smelting plant of the Arizona Copper company has commenced to arrive in Clifton. When all the material is on the ground the old smelter, which has been in use many years, will be torn away and the new one erected in its place. It is thought that the new plant can be erected and put in operation within thirty days. RETURNS ARE SATISFACTORY. A recent shipment of ore from the Modesti mine, two miles from Yuma, to the El Paso smelter brought the owners the satisfactory returns of $108 per ton. This is the first shipment made from what promises to be a very rich and substantial mine, and was made more as a trial than with any other view. At a depth of 100 feet the ledge averages six feet in width and will run from $50 to $120 per ton free gold. SHEARING MANY SHEEP. Many visitors are viewing the shear ing of sheep at the Hugh Campbell camp, north of the Black canon bridge across the Arizona canal from Phoenix. There are probably 80,000 sheep herded in the valleys within ten miles and no scarcity of feed, in fact enough to feed five times that number of sheep. Several thousand ewes have been tak en further west, for lambing, and are located near a butte four miles up on the canon road. At the camp there are a half hundred men at work. The shearers are paid four cents per head and some of them can shear from 100 to 150 a day. ; .. . X " S . ; .. i l ' ' i f: j ,. i , a .; :J j i News From Williams. Arizona He was promptly placed in the pest house, given a nurse and medical care. and is now out of danger. Whether from this case or some other unknown. winds and blown Into the houses and tne disease has begun to spread and at homes of adjacent property owners and Into the nostrils and lungs of the trav eling public. Proper sanitary laws can remedy this nuisance or at least re duce the evil to the lowest minimum BURNED TO DEATH. The 4-year-old son of Thomas Settle of Rosston. a few miles west of Gaines file, was burned to death Saturday by his clothes catching fire from a brush pile which the father was burning. The 4-year-old son of W. S. Price, a prominent merchant and capitalist of Kerens, near Corsicana, was burned to death Saturday by his clothes catching on fire from the fire place in front of which he was playing. Mrs. Ella Slayton, wife of Andy Slay ton. living about ten miles west of Gilmer, was burned to death on the 20th inst. She was at a neighbors helping to clean a hog's head in the yard when her clothing caught fire and before it could be extinguished she was burned so badly that she only liv ed a short time. CLEBURNE REFORMING. Cleburne has turned over a new leaf and is going to try to be good. The county attorney went around late Sat arday afternoon and notified all the storekeepers and shopmen that no work must be done and no goods ex cept drugs for the sick must be sold on Sunday. All the Cleburne gambling houses were closed some months ago ly the order of the sheriff. This sec ond move is in accordance with the plans previously arranged to cleanse the city of law breakers and law break ing. PANHANDLE CATTLEMEN. The second annual meeting of the Panhandle Stockmen's association will be held in Amarillo on March 5 and 6. It is the special purpose of the asso ciation to bring buyers and sellers to gether. Addresses will be made by Hon. R. W. Hull of Vernon and Hon.' Temple Houston of Woodward. I. T. "The topics to be discussed are: "Should Local County Inspection Be Abolish ed?" "The Grout Bill, as It Affects Our Industry," and "An Annual Fine Stock Show at Amarillo." ARIZONA. FOUND A NEW STAR. A new star emerged from obscurity on Washington '8 birthday and S. D. Lount, of Phoenix, thinks it possible that be was the first man in this sec tion of the earth to see it. As he was walking home last Friday night about 9 o'clock, being somewhat of a star writing there are five cases and new ones expected hourly, The bountiful snow of the past month have begun to melt and at pres ent the three large dams at this place are running over, for the first time in five years. This insures a plentiful sup ply of water for the town and the Santa Fe Pacific for the next two years a thing we have lacjted for the past four years; It has given new life to mining and stock raising and it is expected this country will shortly be as well stocked with cattle as in former years if the making of northern Ari zont a forest reserve succeeds there will be no better grazing country for cattle in the west. The Saginaw and Manistee Lumber company after a months repairs on their saw mill have resumed work running night and day and will con tinue double shifts for the next six months. The favorable winter has en abled them to get a large number of logs on hand which assures them con stant running, and the completion of repairs on their dam makes it unnec essary that they should get water from the Santa Fe. It is expected that this saving will cause a decrease in the price of lumber for they have been getting on an average of thirty thou sand gallons of water daily for the past year from the railroad people. This division of the Santa Fe has never had such heavy handling of freight trains in history of the road and is constantly Increasing. It has compelled them to open two new dis patchers' offices, one at this point and one at Gallup, N. M. Those at Gallup work east to Albuquerque and the set here work west to Seligman. They still have two sets at Winslow. This IS two more sets man ever uaeu uuure. y In addition to this they have increased their telegraph offices between Albu querque and Seligman by ten, and at some points where only one man was used they have two men now working. There has been considerable delay on this third district during the ' past month owing to heavy snows. There Is also strong talk of the division being moved back to this point; this would ' National interest centers in this rep resentative New Yorker, who btands for clean public morals, and -whose newly appointed committee of fifteen plays a prominent part in the crusade against vice now getting under way in the Empire city. cars containing private parties. The 3.21 per cent grade is too stiff for the engine used on the road. The road is now in the hands of a receiver but it is reported on reliable authority that the original stock holders will pay up all indebtedness and complete the road, otherwise the Santa Fe will do the work. The Anita Consolidated Mining Co., whose mines are located forty-seven miles' north of Williams, will shortly resume work upon a much larger scale than ever before. They will sink two large shafts expecting to strike the main body of copper that abuts into the Grand Canon. If ther are success ful it will in time become one of the largest copper mines in this district and from a commercial point of view will be of much benefit to this place. There was considerable excitement in town Friday owing to our streets be ing flooded, caused by the main chan nel of the wash west of town being ob- j structed with saw dust. There has not been sufficient water for the past two years to cause the branch to run and it had become filled with saw dust, and when the overflow form the dams started down the water instead of fol lowing the old channel started across country through town. Prompt work on the part of the Saginaw people soon had it back within its banks. Since that time both night and day it has been running bank full, a novel and pleasing sight to all. CLOSING OUT SALE. Entire stock and fixtures, including groceries, shelving, and counters. Four scales. One Refrigerator. One Large Fire Proof Safe. One Letter Press. Office Furniture. Horse, wagon, and harness. In whole or part to suit the pur chaser. R. B. Bias, 205 North Stanton street. DR. NQ CHE HOK Guaduate Chinese Physician ' Si' ".VsVi,. I .17 m Over SO year." ex Iperienca la treating .all dlseftaea of meo v and women. Ha guarantee u. Cure Blood Poison Loat Manhood. Hklc 5 dise&aea, Drop.j. . uernia. uonorrnoea. Scrofula, Paralvala- - Rheumatism, Dla- linns. KldneVa. Ll- r ' er. Bladder, and al' V';. remain Complaints All dlseaaea cnreC exclusively by Ohl neae neros witnoni surgical operalout Consul tattoo Free Honrs: 9;a. . to8p..m. i Sundays. 10 a. n to 4 p. m.t OFFICE 105 MYRTLE AVE Off Ban Antonio Bt., next Delaware Far- nlture store Offered For a Short Time Only. The 15 - Cent Stock .03? THE I IGUIG ijur.ions T.;nfni imattrlit.lv cruntions. scabs an- scales, itchins sensation, prickHiitr pain thin, diseased Olootl, nunips, ami u.rr specks on the skin, pimples, boils, j.a' Kkin. eating sores and ulcers, skin :::: blood humors cured oy taking J3't:tii Blood Balm (B B.B.). All the sor-n-;hl. heal and blood is made pure and ririi by i use. Peep-scatea, ousnu:ue. cum.s i.. resist Doctors and patent medie'ii - rr mentyield to Botanic Blood ! aim (lr.i The most perfect Blood Purifier u::.!e. vears old. Try it. For sale In- Dntr zi Al iwr lartre bottle, tnelm Vn.il con. directions for home treatment. Send B eonta to j.nr eac Pro " Cottle. BLOOD BAUK ".. Alii"" M0 Dyspepsia Cure. Digests what you eat. Itartlflciallydlfreststhe food and aid Nature In etrenirthenintr and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It U the latest discovered digest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It In stantly relieves and permanently cures Caballero Onyx Mining Co! OF NEW MEXICO. Books are open at our office for subscriptions to the above stock. The stock is a clean, safe, and legitimate investment in mining and manufacturing of onyx, that is pronounced unequalled. The stock is offered for the purpose of development and the erection of a manufacturing plant in this city. No debts, no allotted or promoter's shares compete with cash subscriptions; ti tles incontestable; no salaried officers; no expensive shafts, tunnels or cuts. Every piece has a commercial value, and the company will be able to pay handsome dividends within one year after the starting of; the plant. No subscriptions taken for less than one hundred shares. Investigation courted. Send for prospectus, subscription blanks, and general information. Specimens and photos on exhibition. Address, Runkle & Peacock, Fiscal Agents. Sheldon Block, Opp. P. O. EL PASO, TEXAS. Dyspepsia, indigestion, iieartDurn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, SlckHeadache.Gastrals1a.CTamiMi.and all other results of imperfect digestion. Prepared by E. C DeWttt A Co Cblcaga "A Repository of High Grade Goods." McIVER-PATTERS0N VEHICLE COMPANY. Tne Buggy Men." R. M. Patterson, President, W. T. Batts, Sec. and Treas. Carriages, Traps, Stanhopes, Phaetons, Road,' Spring, and Mountain Wagons, Milburn Farm Wagons. The Best Line of Buggy Harness In the city. Don't fail to Ex amine our Line While Visiting the City. It Will Pay You. Write For Prices. Salesrooms: Corner Stanton and Overland Streets, Opposite Fire Department. For the weakness and prostration following grippe there is nothing so prompt and effective as One Minute Cough Cure. This preparation is high ly endorsed as an unfailing remedy for all throat and lung trouble? and its early use prevents consumption. It was made to cure quickly. Fred Schaefer, druggist. REMNANTS. Lots of Fine Remnants of Catton Goods, such as. Ginghams, Percales, Calicoes, etc., at half price this week. CALIFORNIA STORE. Try The Herald's Popular Wants. POWERS FOR CONGRESS. STW "LZFSS abolish the Seligman division and re- University also announces the di8cov-,open Peach Springs, A. T. The divis ery of the star, but .Mr. Lount believes ions were moved from here and he saw it before the fellows with the peach Springs four years ago, and it spy glasses did. It is said to be the never nroved verv satisfactory brightest star discovered in three cen-inas never Proved very sausiaciory turies. It is in the constellation of , owing to the mountain country. If this Perseus. . As it is too far away to be ( change is made it is thought that it interviewed no one has been able to wm abolish the heavy overtime that say for sure whether it has come to disagreeable feature for the stay or is just on a short visit. I I past two years. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. The ganta Fe and Qrand CanQn road The Old Colony Oil and Development which was completed to within ten wThThe tfr'TSESS:- last wi Bhort one day last week. The capital stock, ly be extended, and as soon as all is $t0.000 and the incorporators are . work is finished it is expected that the San Francisca business men. The Harvey concern will take charge of same day the Pel el Petroleum wm- oany also filed articles of incorpora-' tion at the same place. The capital header was run over the road last stock of the latter company is $50,000 Tuesday consisting of siv passenger Maine Governor is Slated to Succeed Boutelle. i Governor Llewelyn Powers, of Maine, now at the Fifth Avenue hotel, New York City, is scheduled to succeed Hon. Charles A. oButelle as United States representative from the fourth con gressional district of that state. MPXICAN FIRE OPALS GOOD ASSORTMENT RIGHT PRICES Mexcan leather carver and burner at wrk. Call on us. W. G. WALZ CO., Curio Dealers, Ciudad Juarez, Mex. Opposite Custom House. BOYD THE! TAILOR Room 28. Bronson Block I REMOVAL SALE. My dry goods business has outgrown its present quarters and about the ist of March 1 will move to the double store now occupied by the Daily Times and Legal Tender Saloon, Nos. 206-208 East Overland St. In order to save the expense of moving I will for the next 30 days sell all goods pertaining to first-class dry HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. ARDMORE RESTAURANT American Cooks. Everything strictly first-class NO. 207 TEXAS STREET EASTERN GRILL Plrat-class restaurant In every respect First-class cooking. Bhort orders day and night. Dinner Dally at 3 p. m. 23 El Paso St., Next to Cooper's. Occidental Restaurant Regular Meals 25 Cents. Short Ordara all Hours. .Dinner from IS f p. m. Everything brand new and atrlctlv ant elaaa aerrlo. 103 Utah st. orr? X X t goods at X ACTUAL COST Owing to mild winter I will dispose of a large line of winter coods. conistinor of Omlrc Rlanlrf- Hmr j O )- , vwa eoats, Underwear. Etc., Etc., Regardless of Cost, It's better to sell the winter lines below cost than to carry them over a year, as we need the room for spring and summer goods. Out of town buyers and country merchants will find it to their interest either to corres pond or call when in the city. MAX SCHUTZ, DEPARTMENT STORE. HO East Overland Street. Every One Eats AT TBB SILVER KING CAFE Most popular lunch counter in the city. Anything you want. The best of food and the best of ser vice. "The best Chill Con Carne in the city every night at 8 o'clock." Open Day and Night.. STEIN & UHLIG, Props. 209 Sin Antonio St - EL PASO 1 1 1 1 nun inn ii in ii 1 1 Minn ii Minimi Minimi "Cleanliness is Next to Godli- OSTEOPATHY. Consultation and Examination Free. A. A. POLLEY, Graduate of the American School of Osteopathy. Rooms 3 and 5, 504 Mesa avenue, Kl Paso. Texas. I El Paso Dairy Company Producers and Dealers in t PORE MILKREAM The Largest and Most Complete Dairy in the Southwest. J. A. SMITH. Manager. 'Phone 156. Office at Buttermilk Cafe. 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 II II 1 1 1 1 1 II HI DO YOU EAT? If You Do and Like Something Good Call at the BUTTERMILK CM Where you will find home cooking and the finest cup of coffee in the city. 313 North Oregon Street. MILK DEPOT. DAIRY LUNCH. Milk and Cream Fresh From Our Own Dairy. Open Until Midnight. iiL, PASO DAIRY CO., Props. M. F. MAYHEW, Mgr. I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 III! The Chas. R. HendersonHCo. FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMBALMFRS. Fine Funeral Furnishings- Competent Lady Assistant S. El Paso Street. Phone 211. Floral Decorations Cat Flowers. Plants, Palms, etc., and shippers of Cacti. H. A. KEZER. - 406 San Antonio 'IS Everybody reads The Herald. Every body will read YOUR advertisement If you put it in the "POPULAR WANTS.' El Paso Fuel Co.. has just received several cars of Pennsylvania Anthra cite coal. If you have brief work to be done see the Herald. Diamonds and all other precious stones bought, sold and exchanged. If you want the value on any precious stone we will give it gratis. Silberberg Bros., the Diamond Brokers. 102 San Antonio street, next to First National Bank. POPULAR WANTS. 10 cents a line, once; 20 cents a line, three times. Six words to line.