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EL PASO DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1901. . Link and Pin. ED LAMB'S CAR. The popular excursion agent. Ed Umb, passed tbrough on his way from St. Louts to San Francisco this morn ing, bringing in twenty-one people and leaving one here. Lamb's passenger who stopped here, is E. P. Arnold, of St. Louis, formerly of the Vermont Marble company of that c ity. He came in search of health and will sojourn in this city and neigh-.- bo'-hool for several months. Mr. Lamb is accompanied on this trip bv his wife and little daughter. Pet. who will go on to San Francisco with him and then return to Los An geles to spend about a month with Mrs. Lamb's sister who lives In that city. not her nasseneer in this car is C C. Myrit k. of Ft. Scott. 1an.. who was In the Klondyke two years up till last rw-trlwr when he returned home to C. Mvrick. of Ft. Scott. Kan.,... flnpnd T he coldest days of winter. Mr. Myrick was one of the successful gold hunters in the Klondyke and. has a vnluable nlacer property near Teller Citv. The first nuggets which Mr. Myrick found he had made Into a watch chain and a ring, which he now wears. The chain is made by linking the nuggets together in their original form and It make a handsome chain. The charm , of jthe chain Is the badge of the or der of Pioneers of Alaska, of which he Is a. fnember. Tljis chain consists of a pan crossed by a pick and shovel and entwined by a wreath of grapes and Is made of pure gold. The intrinsic value of the chain is about $55 but it could not be purchased for any amount. The ring is a heavy one made of nuggets without alloy and is beautiful ly eneraved and appropriately Inscrib ed. ' Mr. Myrick is now on his return to Alaska to further push the work upon his property. NEW FAST MAIL SERVICE. An important step toward the im provement of the railway mall service between New York and the west has been taken up by the United States post office authorities. , On Sunday of this week a fast mail service was put into effect over the Lackawanna rail road, and thre new sixty foot postal cars, pornounced by the railway mall service officials to be the fienst and best equipped in the country, were placed on the run. Each car is to be 'manned by five postal clerks. , The mail train leaves New York at ; 2 a. m.. arriving at Buffalo at 1 p.m.. and connectine there with the mail, P. Up until Wednesday night there had been on!y one. but the rush of traf fic and travel from this place has be come so great that it was found nec cessary to put on another one. It has become almost a da":-' occurrence for a helper to have to htlp the regular pas senger trains over the hills west of town and it is seldom that one of the many freights going west can get over the hills without a second engine. Ed Love, a wel lknown S. P. engineer holds tnft throttle of the newly added helper. He will be remembered as the hlper engineer who was hurt In a col lision where three engines came to gether j'lfct west of town a few years ago. H wa3 lawl up for some time and when able to return to work he was given a regular run between El Paso and Lordsburg. with which he has re mained until given the second regular helper. PROMINENT PITTSBURGHERS. A private car of the Chicago and Northwestern road came in on the Mexican Central last night and left for the west over the S. P. this morning. In the care are the following gentle men: F. E. House, general superintend ent of the Pittsburg. Bessemer & Lake Erie railroad. E. H. Utley.- general freight and passenger agent of the same road. D. G. Kerr, of the Carnegie steel company, and Drs. L. Litchfield and E. S. Day. all of Pittsburg. Penn They ane on a pleasure trip and went to the City of Mexico via Eagle Pass over the I. M. and are now on their way to Los Angeles and San Francis co over the S. P. They will return east over northern roads. The party remained in the car last night and did not take In the Pass City. They said they had traveled so far and been bumped around so bard on the Central that they desired to rest INSPECTING BISBEE ROAD SUR VEY. W. M. Wambaugh. chief engineer for the Phelps-Dodge railroad, otherwise known as the Bisbee-El Paso road, came In last night from the west. Ear ly this morning fie entered a buggy and drove out along the line of the road where it anproacues the Rio Grande above the smelter. It is understood that the trip out there was for the pur pose or examination. The indications now are that the work of construction of the projected road will commence within a very short time. SPARKS FROM THE ENGINE. W. F. Worden. an S. P. brakeman. reported sick this morning. trains of the Lake Short & Michigan : The G. H. employes, are looking for Southern. Wabash. Buffalo Rochester ward to next Sunday with double & Pittsburg. Erie. Nickel-Plate. Mich- pleasure. The pay car is coming on igan Central, and other lines. that day. This new fast mail service enables . the New York morning newspapers to 1 George Langton. foreman of the G. nloiMk tVioli nanK In filirh Cities S3 VT irklinrl hnnea rnt n-rr this v.Awntnw Sfrantnn Rinehamnton. Svractise. Utl- from San Antnnln vhura i turn Vumn ! ca. Ithaca. Elmira, Buffalo. Toronto, attending cmirt. triirara Falls. Cleveland, and all points . In western New York, northwestern j Charles Jones, an S. P. brakeman Pennsylvania, and as far west a? Cen- who has been laying off the past four tral Ohio, from three to ten hours ear- or five days on account of being sick Her than heretofore. I reported for duty this morning. Tho Ww York and Brooklyn post i ftfriVes disnatch mail on this new train Excursion Agent Sheppard passed up- to 2 a m.. so that it is possible for through going from Chicago to San letters and other mail to be deposited Francisco this morning, having in his as late as midnight and go forward on car twenty-four through passengers. " t r"v,nin5h7;ie Excursion Agent Bunch, of Washing In addition to a mail car, the train ' ton- passed through going west this i .n.,inn1 with throueh drawing- morning. He brought in eighteen peo- room vestibuled sleeping cars between Pe Ave of whom stopped in El Paso ew i tHhild 1 O- J- Hartman. superintendent of the and ramon. together with vesUbu ed chihuahua division of the Mexican Central, came in from Chihuahua last was lost the first night out from San Francisco on account of the bau con dition of th etrack. The time was nev er made up and the quarantine held the train about half an hour. Fireman Gilbert of the G. H.. who has been hostling in Mickey Welsh's place has been bumped off that job by the return to work of Mickey and will fire out on No. 10 passenger tonight in place of Fireman Ward, who is running a switch engine in the yards at this place, temporarily. llliam McDonough, the U. H. ma chinist helper who was hit a knock-out blow in the jaw while at work in the round house one day this week, is able to be out in town today and expects to return to work Monday. His head is still a little sore from the shock, but the wound is healing rapidly. James Long, .the day watchman at the G. H. shops, returned to his post this morning after a sickness of several weeks. He first went to San Antonio I I I I I 1 I II I I I I I I I II I I III 1 I I 1 PIANOS to be treated at the hospital and came I PjaflOS atthe Pl'anO HoUSeT home nntmrpnnv well, nut after a fpw T days worn was compelled 10 tane to nis bed again. It is hoped that Mr. Long will now retain his good health. Evej-y engine of the S. P. lines which has not already been numbered in alu minum figures will be as fast as they are overhauled. All the old number ing is done in gilt and this does not retain its brightness lige the aluminum hence the change. All the engines of the west end have already had the new style of -figures put on them and those of the G. H., T. & N. O. and other sub divisions of the S. P. will be changed now as they are overhauled. FINE ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Pianos, $195 Pianos, 225 Pianos, 375 Pianos, 400 Pianos, 450 J Pianos in any finish. style of I W.G.WALZ I Company. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4- RAILROADS. RAILROADS. SUNSET 1 3 SOUTHERN PACIFIC Sunset Route" The Best SERVICE IN THE SOUTH Nothing Superior to the "Sunset-Central Special' or Pull- Standard and Excursion Sleeoincr Oar vice, operated via Sunset Route and its Con nections between all Points man North, East, outheast and West ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS I I S. F. B. MORSE, Pass. Traf. Mgr.. Houston, Texas. L. J. PARKS. G. P..& T. A., Houston, Te: Rokahr Boot Co. "CannonBall 99 TRAIN and save TIME One of the Best Concert Organizations on the Rood Will Appear Here Next Tuesday Night. We have added four new machines to our shop. Shoes repaired and finished as good as new. Will call for your shoes and return them. Phone 471. No. 213 Texas St. Thft flhnnl ohllriran rtf PM Pa&n ara wrought up to a high pitch of excite- McAlU AN f IKE OPALS ment over the coming of "Blatchford Kavanagh and Roney's Boys." This is concert company composed of boys ranging from ten to fourteen years old with Blatchford Kavanagh, who was once known as the "Boy Patti" of America. They are billed to appear at I rrin neniera GOOD ASSORTMENT RIGHT PRICES Mexcan leather carver and burner at wrk. Call on us. W. G. WALZ CO., fTEX AS Mlp) PACb the Myar opera house next Tuesday night and the concert is given for the benefit of the public schools of El coaches between New York and Buf- - . . -i - : 1 . 1 1 m BYnshampton in time for the occupants ' aoroinpanled by his wife and lI. ui rz ua.iA . j viijv " - - and luncheon. AN -INTERESTED RAILROADER. A Judson-Alton tourist car came in on the T. & P. last night and went It I couldn t help but be interested in west over the S. P. thin mnrninir those Shiiners last night." said an old contained eighteen passengers and was railroader in tne ix. ri. yaras wis , jn charge of a negro porter, morning, "for they were enough to j aroue the interest of anybody who The S. P. passenger train which left could possibly so any bright side to for the west this morning consisted life lof twelve cars. There were four tour "I have been in the railroad business , 1st cars and a C. & N. W. private car many oars, ne conunuea. ana i nave more than the regular train seen alt sorts or excursions ana crowas of humanity, but I have never before .William Borcherding. engineer on seen such a healthy looking, jolly , switch engine 776 in the El Paso yards crowd as those Shriners. Every one . of the G. H., is off duty on account of of them, male and female, seemed hap-I being sick and- Passenger Fireman py. It looked as though they had Ward is engineering the switch engine started on the trip for the purpose or . in his stead, siwlnf a eoori time and thev intended I to see it. I The O. H. passenger train was thirty "I saw them coming out of the Shel- i minutes late this morning. It came don and the band struck up a coon on to the El Paso division two hours cake walk tnne. and they pranced to i late, but "Pap" Derr was waiting for it the music like spirited horses at a I at Valentine and that explains its country fair. When the time came for reaching El Paso only thirty minutes them to go the conductor couldn't , late, hardiv eet them on the train. I "They were surely the finest collec-1 Mickey Welsh, the G. H. hostler who tion of men and women I ever saw; not J shot a cannon cracker during the holi a sickly nor sad-looking one among ; days, mistaking it for a roman candle them and they cut capers like a gang of ana noiatng it in nis nana, has sum school children turned loose in the'eiently recovered to return to work woods after long and close attention to their studies." ' . AN EXTRA HELPER. There are two regular helper engines running west out of El Paso on the S. He had two fingers amputated but still has plenty left to handle the throttle. The Sunset Limited was three hours late this morning. The reason for the delay given was that most of the time OUR LIST OF CHEESE Imported Swiss, tdam, Pineapple, Neufchatel, American Full Cream, Kaiser Brick, Limberger, Waukesha Cream, Fromage de Brie. German Breakfast. Sierra Cream, Camembert," Schloss Kase, Kronen Kase, Roquefort, Sap Sago, McLaren's Imperial, Parmasan Grated, J For Macaroni. We carry more different kinds of cheese than all the other stores T combined. PRICE BROTHERS, 105 EL PASO ST. 'Phone 353 Paso. The money will be used to pro vide new library books, pictures, and flags. All the children of the public schools who desire to do so have been given an incentive to aid in the work of selling tickets tor the occasion and there is little doubt but that the house win De wen niiea Blatchford Kavanagh when eleven years of age made his debut as a solo singer at Grace church, Chicago. His voice subsequently became so remark able for its purity and wonderful qual ities that he received $1000 a night in concert work. He is now a young man of about twenty-four years of age. His voice is now a Ciudad Juarez, Mex. Opposite Custom House. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. ARDMORE RESTAURANT American Cooks. Everylhtn? strictly first-claa NO. 207 TEXAS STREET EASTERN GRILL PMret-claM restaurant In every respect Pint-class cooking. Short orders dai ana nignu Dinner Daily at 3 p. m. 23 El Paso St., Next to Cooper's. Occidental Restaurant Regular Meals 25 Cents. Sbort Orders at all Bonn, .Dinner from It S p. m. Every thing brand new and atrlctly firat elaaa rrlec. f Al Ittarl Ct Between; Sma Antonio a w wwa wt. ana Hast urnrlana BU 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 ot ser vice. "The best Chill Con Came in the city every night at 8 o'clock." Open Day and Night.. Leave Bl Paso Daily 6:50 A. M., Gty Tine. SolldlVestlboled Train Throaghcrot Latest Pattern Pullman Buffet Sleepers. Hanlsome New Chair Cars Seats' Fret Direct Connections Made for All Points In the Northeast and Southeast. For descriptive pamphlet, or any farther information call on, or address s. w. p. a., ki nn, p mmr m. r. Tmunuc e. r. a... oaiiaa. - "No Trouble To Answer Questions." -A Q LANCE AT- THE MAP OP MEXICO will show 70a that the MCZ. ICAN CENTRAL RY. reaches all of th Important twinta of Mexico. The tabl land of Mexico traversed 'n it entirety H -iiacd Mexican Central Ry offers motit desirable resorts tor the summer (as well as 1 winter) notably Guadalajara, La ice Chapala, Afru&scalientes, which are high and dry where every day in the year is pleasant and every night co ' . . . Sunshine and Strawberries Every Day in tne Yearv for rates and other Information, apply to 8. J, KUHN, Commercial Aran Bl Paso. Texas. STEIN & UHLIG. Props. baritone but many of 1 209 SlD Antonio SI EL PASO 1 OSTEOPATHY. Consultation and Examination Free. A. A. POLLEY, Graduate ot the American School of Osteopathy. Rooms 3 and 5. 604 Mesa avenue. SI raso. Texas. S2: Floral Decorations Cut Flowers. Plants, Palms, etc.. and shippers of CaCtl. H. A. KEZER. - 408 San Antonio )& the characteristics that made his voice remarkable as a youth are present to day and his singing is always greatly enjoyed. Master Harry Cockrell is a boy elev en years old, he has a soprano voice of great range. Master Jamie Crlppen possesses a mezzo-soprano and is twelve years old. He has sung in over 00 concerts. Master Harold Maurer is another singer with a contralto voice, and then there is Master Tracy Holbrook. a young violinist who has received much notice for the excellence of his work. All are in charge of Henry B. Roney, concert organist. From the flattering press notices the entertainment promises to be not only unique but a thoroughly enjorfble one. CONGRESS AGREES TO PERMIT P IMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TO ISSUE BONDS. WASHINGTON, March 1 The sen ate this morning agreed to the con ference report on the bill to permit Pima county, Arizona, to issue fifty- year four per cent bonds to redeem certain indebtedness. Route. 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WYLY, Jr., R. E. LUTZ, Q. P. ft T. A., Traffic Mgr., Atlanta, Ga. Montgomery, Ala. . CHAS. A. WICKERSHAM, - Pres. and Oenl. Mgr Atlanta, Oa. IMD Dyspepsia Cure. Digests what you eat. It artlflciall v d i zests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive 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. SlckHeadache.Gastralgia,Cranips,ana all other results of imperfect digestloo. Prsjparad bv E. C OsWltt A Co Cblcaov- Sitnations wanted. Sec page . SIERRA MADRE LINE a.S. 31. P. By.) - 13 so, Tet, to Casss uhode&.CbiaMu Distance 151 Miles Opens to capitalists aad prospector the most resourceful and Inviting section or Mexico. OonTeniratto merlcaa and Mexican markets, LEADING IHDDBTBIKB: Mining. Lumbering. Stock Kaislntt, rtrm lns and fruit Orowlnc. slagnlflceat openings In these lines. The policy of the Hterrs, Mndre Line Is to encourage ai.3 foster In every consistent manner all legitimate ' Industries in Its territory, calcu lated to promote the welfare of the country. Correspondence solicited. Jmo. F. BAM8BT, Oeneral Manager. J. T. Looah. Oen. rrafflc Act., Bl Paso. Tezas. and Oiuaad Jnares. Mex. Have you anyhtlng to exchange? Say so in The Herald's POPULAR WANTS.