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EL PASO DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 1. 1901.
PAGE FIVE.
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News of the Courts
Events m
San Antonio
(Continued front first Page.)
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Imprisonment Beneficial.
One of the prisoners at the county
jail, who was locked up on the re
quest of relatives to give him a chance
to sober up. was examined this morn
inb gy Dr. Vilas for the purpose of as
certaining if his release from custody
would be advisable. A relative of the
prisoner was present when the examin
ation took place.
The general public has little idea of
the number of men who are locked up
in the various prisons from time to
time in an endeavor to reform them.
Very often liquor attains such a mas
tery over a man that he is utterly un
able to let it alone and his sprees last
for weeks. At such times he is as
helpless as a child and his family and
friends are unable to arouse his
broken will power or prevent him
from imbibing until the fit wears off.
Many times have such men been lock
ed up by authority from relatives, and
sometimes at their own request to get
the iron bars between them and the
liquor houses. Only in this way can
they be prevented from continuing
their debauch and such treatment of
ten proves a blessing to them and their
families, for after undergoing treat
ment they emerge from prison with
their will power regained, their minds
clear and their nerves strengthened
and are in a condition to fight against
temptation. The same method Is often
practiced with the morphine eater.
Young Girl Brought Back from Juarez,
Some excitement was created In po
lice circles last night when the parents
of a thirteen year old girl reported that
he had been decoyed across the river
by anothr girl.
Officer Joe Blanchard was detailed
on the case and at 10:30 o'clock after
making the rounds, located the young
r-trl and her companion, a girl of four
teen at a loddne house In Juarez, the
proprietor of which was a Chinaman.
The officer telephoned Captain Ten
Eyck to come to Juarez at once and
together they entered the rooms oc
cupied by the runaway girls. They
were alone.
The girls were in a defiant frame of
mind and refused to leave the place.
The officers being beyond their juris
diction were powerless to compel them
to return to this side of the liver, but
they called on the Juarez police for
assistance and the Mexican officers af
ter investigating the case locked the
girls up in a room at the lodging house
and hald them until today when they
were returned to their parents on this
side of the river.
It is said that the girl of 13. whose
parents were so anxious to find her last
night, had been keeping company with
the elder girl who was inclined to be
wild, and the elder had persuaded her
to leave home just to have a good time.
Train Robbers on Trial.
The thre alleged train robbers, who
are said to have looted a box car east
of the city, tossing off a lot of mis
cellaneous merchandise at Concordia
and concealing it there, until it was
discovered by George Harold, were giv
en a hearing before Justice Spencer
at - o'clock this afternoon.
It was believed that the-three men
in custody were the ringleaders of the
eanm that has been raiding so many
frox-ht cars in the vicinity of this city ;
recently, and the railway company suffered heavy losses Sunday night by
will make every effort to bring about the burning of Aggie Smith's house at
o rnHrtinn that it may serve as a ,
warning to evil doers
Popular Railroad Men Attending Court.
A number of popular railroad men
are in the city from along the Southern
Pacific out west attending court.
Among them are George. Stilwell, en
gineer; George McMullen. conductor;
Nellie" Bly. conductor, all of the El
Paso division, and Roadmaster Mur
phy.
To Celebrate San Jacinto Day.
Preparations are under way for a big
celebration here on San Jacinto Day,
April 21, in honr of the entry of the
Katy railroad, which will run its first
passenger train to this city on that
date. The long talked of Sunset-Katy
Aransas Pass union depot, which was
to have bene completed by the date of
the arrival of the former, is still a de
pot on paper only. The Sunset has
purchased and cleared the site on East
Commerce street and has prepared the
plans for a fine brick building, but its
commencement is hanging fire and of
late the delay is said to be due to a
provision in the deed to the depot site,
which stipulates that the depot must be
mainetained on it or same shall revert
to the donors. This is not official, but
seems plausible and comes from a man
who is in position to know.
More New Street Cars.
Col. E. H. Jenkins, president of the
San Antonio Traction company, ac
companied by his transportation su
perintendent, T. C. Brown, left for the
north and east today to purchase fif
teen more new cars for use in San An
tonio. This will make thirty-one new
cars which he as purchased within a
year, in addition to the fifteen fine ones
built in the company's own shops in
this city. The shops are being equip
ped with the very latest machinery and
all the cars in future will be made here.
The colonel is also tearing down the
old car sheds and building a new one
covering six tracks and extending over
an entire block. Near the sheds he is
constructing a reading room and bath
house for his men, the reading matter
to be supplied free by the company. A
man will have charge of the place and
in return for his services will be allow
ed to sel! lunches, tobacco, fruits, no
tions, etc., tc the men who care to buy.
The reading room and bath privileges
will be free to all employes or the con
cern. Two Very Costly Fires.
Several members of the demi-monde
tv .hior nrnan-ntin? witness in the.,nS
I n TT' v i . - - - - - i
I 111 Monterey street, the total loss be-
The burning of 200 bales
ease was George Harold who ran down of cotton on the compress platform
two of the thieves east of town and j Tuesday entailed a loss of about
ererl a nortion of the stolen goods. -
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Tne tuirci man was i i lm u
way yards by Officer Rayner after De
tective Harold had convinced himself
that the man was implicated.
, Dull Day at Temple of Justice.
TrA v wad an unusually dull one
h.t !. torrmle of justice. There are ,
no courts in session and the sub offices ability and one who Knows how
are all quiet. A few deeds were niea combat flames with as great success as
for record, as there is tsill considerable -ny mjm wfao heW ,tion
fft u?S2o wrearetymXi- Und the men are well drilled and d.s
moniallv inclined are awaiting the ar- J ciplined. In the department is a mag-
rival of spring to procure licenses to njnCent aerial hook and ladder truck,
Fire Department Patted on the Back.
Writing of fires reminds your corre
spondent that San Antonio has one of
the best departments in the state. The
apparatus are all new and up to date,
the chief, W. G. Vobin, is a man of
to
morning. The first one he saw was
J. A. Eddy, president of the Miners'
association. In response to the report
er's enquiries. Mr. Eddy said:
"Individually I am in favor of such
an exhibition. It would be a great ad
vertisement for this section of the
country and no doubt would have
beneficial effect. Speaking however,
as an officer of the Miners' association
I am decidedly opposed to using any of
the funds of this organization for that
purpose. The association is very
young and is not yet so firmly on its
feet as to be able to assist in the pro
ject financially.
"Every cooperation that it can give
toward making the exhibit a thor
oughly representative one will, I know,
be cheerfully given. The association
will meet tomorrow and I think this
matter will come before the members
for decision at that time."
D. W. Reckhart said: "Yes indeed
I am decidedly in favor of sending an
exhibit to the exposition. There is no
doubt whatever that we could put up
one of the best In the country with
Prof. Carrera's collection as a nucleus.
And I want to add that if such an ex
hibit goes to Buffalo Prof. Carrera
should be selected to represent it for
the reason that it would be difficult to
find a man better posted on minerology
generally and of this region particu
larly than he. As to the question of
finances. I believe the mining men of
this district would willingly contrib
ute to the cause. I have heard the
matter largely discussed and I know
they would like to have an exhibit sent
to Buffalo. Personally I will do all
can to aid in the work."
Mr. Griffith, a member of the An
derson Investment company, also stat
ed that he was strongly in favor of the
exhibit and believed that most of the
mining men would cheerfully give it
their aid and support.
PRINCE HENRY OF PRUSSIA.
The
Head of Germany's
Back to Kiel.
Navy Sails
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Mr?!.:':, tY- i '-' .
wed.
The county clerk expects a live-
ng April.
---, --- ,,-,-, Anrii iuo iarBt,L anu lougesi in me state;
of the most favorable four steamers, five hose wagons, three
months of the year for weddings.
Suit for Real Estate.
reels, and two chemical engines, one
At the funeral of Queen Victoria,
Prince Henry of Prussia rnd Admiral
Seckendorff. with the battleship Baden
and the coa-st defense ship Hagen, of
ficially represented Germany. The em
peror and his son, the crown prince, at
tended the funeral as relatives of the
queen.
HAD THEM TO BURN.
Investment Extraordinary,
FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND SHARES
' OF TREASURY STOCK OF THE
Guaynopa Smelting and Reduction Co,
FOR SALE AT
Twenty-Five Cents a Share Until Further Notice.
IT WILL BE SOLD IN LOTS OF ONE HUNDRED SHARES and upwards in order to accommodate the small
buyers as well as the large. THE RICH USUALLY HOLD ALL THE GILT-EDGED SECURITIES AND
DRAW DOWN LARGE DIVIDENDS; FOR THIS REASON WE HAVE DECIDED TO GIVE THE SMALL
BUYER A CHANCE TO SECURE PART OF THIS ISSUE OF STOCK IN SMALL LOTS.
meltixig els a, Business.
Every one knows that Smelting is the most profitable business in the world, and especially when the company
owns one of the LARGEST AND RICHEST MINES IN THE COUNTRY TO BACK THEIR ENTERPRISE. A
few hundred dollars Invested in this stock WILL PRODUCE AN INCOME SUFFICIENT TO SUPPORT ' A
SMALL FAMILY, AND THE INCREASED VALUATION OF THE INVESTMENT WILL BE TEN TIMES
GREATER WHEN THE SMELTER BEGINS OPERATION THAN IT IS TODAY.
I . , .
JPi?evloTLS hipxxiexrts.
The hand-picked ores of this Company, shipped to the smelters by the car load have brought J333 per ton in
gold. This will give some idea of the value of this stocit and 'what it will be when this company has Its own
smelter in operation and running by water power THE CHEAPEST MOTIVE POWER IN THE WORLD
THE COMPANY FURNISH BY PERMISSION Hw BEST BANK REFERENCES IN THE COUNTRY, AND
THE LARGEST COMMERCIAL INSTITUTION IN MEXICO, AND FURNISH UPON APPLICATION AN IL
LUSTATED CATALOGUE AND PROSPECTUS OF THEIR PROPERTIES AND PURPOSE FOR WHTCH
THIS STOCK IS BEING SOLD.
If you have money to invest, don't wait until it is too late, but send to us for a prospectus and fill lparticulara
before it Is too late.
Officers of the Company.
' JOHN M. DUTHIE. President,
J. W. ECKuIAN, Vice President.
JAMES HY. M'KINNELL, Secretary and Treasurer.
ZENO B. CLARDY, Resident Attorney.
DEPOSITORY State National Bank, El Paso. Texas.
Send for Prospectus and full particular to
C. IB. JAMES &CO.
. -Fiscal .A-gent,
4 Bronson Block, El Paso, Texas.
OIL IS TO BE PROSPECTED FOR ON
SENATOR TURKEY'S LAND AT
FORT STOCKTON.
Special to The Herald.
FORT STOCKTON. Pecos Co., March
1 Oil is to be prospected for by El
Pasoans and others on Senator Tur-
ney's land, here.
Arrangements are now being made
for the necessary machinery.
MRS. NATION RETURNS FROM
PEORIA AND GOES BACK TO
HER JAIL CELL.
TOPEKA. March 1 Mrs. Nation re
turned here from Peoria early this
morning. She seemed in good spirits,
She immediately went to jail and occu
pied her usual cell, her bond, given for
her absence, being canceled at her re
quest.
I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
MARKETS.
"Evelyn." her prudent mamma said.
'I met young Mr. Scadds in the hall
of them being a combined chemical en- .just now. on his way out. looking an
buu ior Keai - 'gine and hose wagon of Chief Tobin's ,ery and mortified. You haven't refused
Suit was filed today by Phil H. young , . . . I him. have you. you foolish child?"
against A. P. Root, or Harris county. - i..., uuu w.uun.u&c ai
Texas, whose" local agents are Thomas the late International fair one of the
A. Conkling and J. M. Amstater. , most perfect pieces of mechanical
By the suit Plaintiff seeks Jver ; workmanship in the south in this line,
nossession of the south 18 inches by 134 "
pubteaiuu. u. . tl i Kiru AH the hose waerons have been con-
fctructed by Chief Tobin and are of the
latest metropolitan pattern. The old
out of date reels are being discarded as
fast as wagons can be constructed and
the frames are being used in building
supply wagons to carry extra coal,
wrenches, etc., to the aid of the depart
ment in case of a big fire. Chief To
bin has just been reappointed for two
more years by Mayor Hicks.
feof the north half of lot 81. in block
. lS MIlls' map. The lot lies on the w-est
side of El Paso street 43 feet, 4 Inches
north of the south line of the block.
Suit for Divorce.
W A Cooper filed suit today for di
vorce from his wife, Lola Cooper of
Potter county. Texas, alleging that she
forsook him far another.
Tne couple were only married last
i September. She left him soon after
their marriage.
Fined fo rDisturbance.
Justice Spencer had a disturbance of
the peace case before him this morning,
wbicm resulted in the conviction of the
Tfce defendant was W. M. Smith, a
negro who was fined and assessed the
costs of the case, amounting to $14. In
default of payment he went to Jail.
Arrested for Fighting.
May Wheeler and Sadie Fallon, two
damsels from the tough end of town,
were arrested last night by Officer
Christley for fighting. They will bo
give a hearin? by the recorder at 5
o'clock this afternoon. Both were re
leased last night on bond.
Must Haye
An Exhibit
IN PROSPECT.
Mr. Billus Johnny, is there any hot
water in the house? I've managed to
upset a Jar of fruit on the tablecloth.
Johnny Billus No. but there'll be
plenty of it when mamma comes back
from down-town. Chicago Tribune.
(Continued from First Page.)
ate in New Mexico was due to your
exhibit and the work done by you in
Paris."
With this collection of Prof. Carera's
to start with there Is not the slightest
doubt but that this mining region can
supply enough specimens to make the
exhibit from this section of the coun
try second to none other.
In order to sound the sentiment of
the mining men of this city relative to
this subject the reporter for The Her
ald called upon a few of them this
"I don't think he'll come any more."
evasively replied Miss Evelyn.
"You're just like your father."
sighed the matron. "When he comes
in here to smoke after dinner he's al
most sure to ilo some mischief throw
ing his matches away!" Chicago Tribune.
CHILDISH PROMISE.
"I think." said the manager, "that
my youngest daughter is going to be
come a great opera singer."
"The child is rather young to war
rant predictions as to a career." re
plied the friend. "But I have observed
a certain memory for music."
"Yes. She has all the characteris
tics. Every time she opens her Hps
it is either to sing or ask for money."
Washington Star.
NO NEED OF HURRY.
Sweet Girl It's just too mean for
anything! There isn't going to be any
opera.
Old School Friend Are you so fond
of music?
Sweet Girl N-o. but I think if there
had been 40 or 50 nights of opera
ahead Geo I mean Mr. Nicefello
would have proposed as a matter of
economy. N. Y. Sun.
LIGHTS OCT AT ELEVEN.
Parent (severely! You sat up with
younie Spooner until a most indeco
rous hour last night. Matilda.
Matilda But I love him! He Is the
light of my life!
Parent (testily) But you know my
rule! He is a light that must be put
out at 11 o'clock. Tit-Bits.
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I
Today's quotations on the New York
stock exchange, Liverpool cotton
the New York board of trade, and the
El Paso Mining exchange, a
given below, are as received over pri
vate wire at the El Paso Stock and
Mining exchange, Sheldon hotel block,
Oregon street:
STOCKS (New York.)
Open Close
American Sugar 140 142
American Steel and Wire ..38 404
Atchison Pfd 87 88
Brooklyn Rapid Transit.. .. 74' 75
Chicago Gas 101 102
Louisville & Nashville .. ..91 92
Federal Steel 43 44
Manhattan 117- 117
Mexican Central 17 17
Missouri Pacific 87 89
Northern Pacific 82 83
Tenn Coal & Iron 57 52
GRAIN (New York.)
Open Close
May Wheat 79 79
May Corn 46 46
SILVER.
Silver in New York 61.
Mexican money In El Paso 5050.
GROUND OF HIS FAITH.
"Geordie." said the motherly old
soul, "aren't you afraid to be so far
from home at as late an hour as this?"
"Afraid or what?"
"Of kidnapers."
"Naw!" exclaimed Geordie. "I'm a
good little boy. and the Lord will take
care of me. 'Sides." he addedfi con
temptuously, "my pape hain't got any
money." Chicago Tribune.
Through Train Service
BETWEEN
EL PASO and CAPITA!
l Paso k Northeastern Railway Co.
AND
llamoprdo & Sacramento M'nt'n By. Ci
WHITE OAKS ROUTE.
TIME TABLE NO. .
rrin Leave El Paso 10:30. cu
Arrives Alamogordo 2:35 p. in
Arrives Capltan 3:0t p. ro
Tr&lo Leaves Capltan 8:00 . m
Arrives Alamojrordo 12:20 p. m
Arrives El Paso 5:00 p. m
(Dally Except Sunday)
Stage Connections.
A Talarosa For Meacalero Indian a.ga.
zy and San Andreas mining region. .
At Oarrlmos For White Oaks, JtcartUaa
alllnaa and urroandlno; country.
A Walnut Vor NocaL
At Oapitan for Ft. 8 lan ton Sanitarium
itikS, Lincoln. Richardson. Kuldoao aaf
ioio country.
For lrformatl'n of uy kind regarding ta
rallro-tda. or tt country adjacent thereto
on or write .o
A. 8 UBE1U
a'ISuptftTraffc Mgr., Alamogordo. B. Si
H. ALEXANDEK
Oen'I F. A p. Ace AlamoKOrdo. N.
CROWN PRINCE FREDERICK.
HOP
EMA.
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Jr3fee?
Owing to the extreme age of King
Christian of Denmark it is probable
that he will soon resign the crown to
favor of his son. Crown Prince Fred
erick. Try The Herald's Popular Wants.
Painful, unsightly eruptions, scab's ::nc
scales, itching sensation, prickling ; -i:;;s
thin, diseased blood, bumps, t.ul (i.m
specks on the skin, pimples, boils,
skin, eating sores mid ulcers, sku; ; ::c
blood humors cured oy t:ikius I:;nii
Blood Balm (B.B.B.). All the- surc-s :'. ;;!. ;
heal and blood is made pun? and r:ch;y it:
use. Dccp-sc:it'd, obstinate, c-.se- t". i
resist Doctors and patent rieOune n. :C
mentvieldtoBotar.ic Blood I's-n i !-: -''-")
The most perfect Blooii V".r "er r-: ; -. :
vears old. Try it. Tor sah- by i; iu-.-.i-i-
81. per lanre bottle, iiie'in':-. :.
directions for home rcatun ri .
Srr.iArrnttiitT l"wC " '
I-ottle. BI-OOI BAI.M ".. Atl"
The Pecos System
Peoos Valley &
Northeastern Ry Co.,
Peoos & Northern
i Texas Ry. Co.,
Pecos River
R. R. Co. A
Entirely North of the Qairottinc line.
A. NEW ROAD OPFNIH6 A NHIf.
COUNTPY.
New Towns!
New Opportanities!
Stations from Roswell east are within
thirty to thirty-five hours of Kan hah
feed Iota and no need o unloading
stock in transit.
Shipping stations on the lice iw per
fect order. Portales, Boylna, Here
ford and Canyon City can accommo
date with feed and water 6,009 ta
10,000 head of catle each.
Bona-flde setlers wanted. Every ef
fort will be made by the railway te
assist them.
An abundance of water! Rich soil
Cheap lands!' Quick transportation
and fair, honest rates.
For particulars as to the arieus open
ings in the Pecos Taller aa lta
neighborhood, address
D. H. NICHOLS, Gen. Manager, er
E. W. MARTINDKLL, O. F. 4k P. A.,
ReeweU. N. M. Amarillo, Tex.
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OLD
TRAVELERS
ehvay s ose the Lexurioaa Service of tne
m Queen & Crescent Route
2 the Short Line to the EAST AND
NOSfli.
ti THROUGH SLEEPERS . .
Shreveport to Chattanooga. 1
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
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jn, tcvr vi mulls iw eicw iuik
ii Cincinnati and St. Louis.
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