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tuL. PASO DAILY HERAT J). MONDAY. MARCH 18, 1901.
PAGE FIVBL
Doings of the
TEXAS
Legislature
ALuODONES RESERVATION IN
ARIZONA OPENED UP TO SET
TLERS TODAY.
Special to The Herald.
AUSTIN. March 18. The week just ' portion.
Special to The Herald.
YUMA, Ariz.. March 18. Sixty thous
: and acres of valuable land known as
' the Algodones tract was opened to set
tiers today.-
I It lies just below this city and there
i was a lively rush to file upon its best
c losed has been an important one in
legislative circles, as it marked the
passage of two important measures
the doubleheader bill in the tenate and
the girl's industrial school bill, which
also passed the senate and was en
grossed in the house. The double-header
bill is now over in the house and it
is understood will be called up during
the week. It is believed now that the
bill will pass the house with the amend
ment which was adopted in the senate.
The railroad companies are said to be
satisfied with' the bill in the shape
that it passed the senate with the
.lames amendment, which provides
that the act shall not apply to the use
'of two or more engines when going up
a grade with a reasonable number of
Algodones grant lies along the ex
treme lower Colorado river. Trere
was no serious trouble during the rush
this morning.
IT IS ANNOUNCED THAT JAMES J
HILL WILL ACQUIRE THE BUR
LINGTON SYSTEM.
CHICAGO. March 18. The Tribune
today declares that James J. Hill will
lease and operate the Burlington sys
tem. For the present no change will
be made in the general management of
the road.
Hill propses to operate te Burlington
as a continuous link system from Chi
cago to the Pacific ccast.
DE WET IS BELIEVED TO HAVE
NO SOLDIERS AND THE END
OF THE WAR IS NEAR. '
LONDON. March 18. Word from
tars. It Is left to the railroads as to
what constitutes a reasonable number
of cars and of course they will be able
to olace any number which will save
expenses, if they so desire. An amend-j Keener this morning anounces that
n,pnt was soueht to be adonted limit- P"8 et 8 command has practically dis
. . . . . . . ... ' banded, and the brave general is now
ing the number to thirty cars, but this ' "
. , . ..1 without a following of soldiers.
wuh voieu uown. ii seems luai lue I ,
:, Negotiations for peace are progress-
... . j ing satisfactorily, and a proclamation
... , , . to ihat effect is expected this week,
be learned an effort will be made to ;
kill the James senate amendment, it GEORGE BRYANT. NOTED PIONEER
is safe to say that should this be done, j qp THE SANTA FE TRAIL. IS
the bill will have a hard time passing j ' DEAD
the house. '
The girls' industrial school bill! KANSAS CITY. March 18. George
consumed much valuable time in the . W. Bryant, famous as a pioneer plains-
YORK POLICEMEN TO AR
REST CHILDREN WHO ROAM
egislature and days were spent by man and a follower of the Santa Fe
members trying to fix the location at trail through New Mexico in the long
a particular point but in this they ' ago. died here today,
were unsuccessful as the location was He was a retired banker and quite
left open to be determined by those . wealthy.
having it in charge, and to be deter-,
mined by the place which offers the
I best inducement. The bouse bill.
which was engrossed, carries an appro- j THE STREETS AT NIGHT.
priation of $25,000 for each year, while j
the measure which passed the senate NEW YORK. March 18 Orders were
has an appropriation of $60,000.. It Is 8ent out this morning from the society
very likely that even should the bill for the Prevention of cruelty to child-
finally become a law. that the gover- ren that Police officers must, beginning
nor would veto it. on account of the tonignt. arrest all children under
final condition of the state. twelve years of age found in the ten-
The message of the governor on the derloin district after eight o'clock.
burning of John Henderson
g I I I I I I I I I I I I I I III I I I I I I I I
NEWS OF
THE COURTS
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Case Reversed and Remanded.
The district clerk received notice to
day that the suit of P. W. Pitman, as
signee, against the Pacific Express
company had been reversed and reman
ded. This suit was instituted by plain
tiff to recover the value of some jewels
stolen from the expres scar by train
robbers. The jewels were the property
of Jeweler Kern of this city.
THE NEW STOCK COMMIS
SION HOUSE
OPENS.
The Herald Will Give Exclusive Ser
vice to its Patrons From all the Ex
changes in the World.
GOVERNOR ODELL SIGNS THE BILL
TAXING INSURANCE COMPANIES
AND SAVINGS BANKS.
ALBANY, N. Y.. March 18 Gover
nor Odell this morning signed the bill
passed by the legislature imposing a
the negro
at Corsicana. is awaited with a great
deal of Interest, not only by the legis
lature, but by the public at large. The
governor intended to send in bis mes
sage touching on this matter the day
aftr the roasting, but he has been so
busy with other state affairs that it
has been impossible for him to do so.
It is believed, however, that the mes
sage will be forthcoming next Mon
day morning, or possibly he may wait
until Tuesday when the senate will be
in session. The burning of the wretch
ed negro is generally condemned here
and the officials who had the negro DENVER. March 18-A heavy snow
in charge, could more than likely have Btorm 8tarted early thl? mornin "
An enterprise, important to El Paso
and west Texas, commenced business
in this city this morning. It is a
branch of the well known stock, grain
and cotton commission house of F. G.
Logan & Co.. in Chicago, and is locat
ed at 115 South Oregon street in the
Zeiger block
W. R. Ixigan & Co. are managers of
the El Paso exchange. W. R. Logan,
the head of the firm, is a brother of
John T. Logan, the popular general
traffic agent of the Sierra Madre rail
way, and is well known all over Texas,
having been connected as traveling
representative for the past eleven years
with the manufacturing stationers.
Clarke & Courts, of Galveston. Air.
Ixigan has with him R. E. Parnell.
for the past seven years connected
with the Waco. Texas, exchange, and
an expert operator and board man.
The London stock market win De
shown, also conditions of all money
markets, movements of money, grain.
etc. El Paso will ie Drougni iiiw in
stant touch with the actual transac
tions upon the floors of the different
pyrhanees of the United fetates me
New York stock, cotton and coffee
New Orleans cotton exchange. Chicago,
Minnennolis. New ork and bt. ixmis
grain exchanges of all of which the
rm of F. G. Logan, or unieago. is h
member, holding two seals on ine
New York stock exchange, valued at
psrnt at $17,500 each, fourteen mem-
ershios on the Chicago board and one
ach nn the other exchanges.
Orders will be accepted by tne m
Paso exchange in any commodity dealt
in on any of the exchanges or tne worm
nil the miblic is assured tnat tnese
orders will be promptly and legitimate-
executed on the floors or tne actual
exchanges themselves. t.xecuuons
ill iu made on any market in tne
world and returns received within thir
ty seconds.
The office will not. only be equipped
complete in every detail for the hand
ling of the business, but also with
every convenience and comfort for the
patrons and clients of the exchange.
Unlisted securities, those not offi
cially quoted by New York and Boston,
will be r, noted upon application. Con
servatives and influential business men
and bankers, in fact evcrv citizen who
h-!F the interests or El Pnso at heart,
sladlr welcome this new enterprise
and all agree that it will be a benefit
gEAMON
ASSAY COMPANY.
Assayers, Chemists
- -AND- -
Mine Engineers
Cor. San Francisco and Leon Streets.
P. O. Box 97. Telephone 236
Do you -want to get good value for your money
goods at the
If so buy your
Model Cash Grocery
POMEROY'S
El Paso Transfer
Company.
HACKS. BUS AND BAGGAGM.
"Phone 18. 300-306 S. Oregon
DRUGGISTS.
D. C. BALLINGER J. J. LONGWELL
Baffiopr & Long well,
Transfer, Livery, Fee
and Sale Stables.
New Rigs, itubber Tirts, Good Driven.
Hack Service Promptly Furnished.
pr
prevented this crime.
The general appropriation bill will
be considered in the senate during
the week and it will occupy the time of
the senate until it is finally concluded.
Each department will be passed upon AN INCOMING SCHOONER HE PORTS
tax on insurance companies and taxing' to tlie fit'- s"d will nut it on the same
savings banks, to their surprise. nlane with San Francisco. Denver.
(Seattle. Portland. Tacoma and every
bis city of the west.
The Herald has arranged to print.
for the benefit of the public, news, full
ouotat'ons. i-tp. The matter received
from W. U. Logan & Co. will be re
liable and accurate pnd the renorts giv
en exclusively in The Herald will be
both valuable and interesting to its
readers.
A HEAVY SNOW STORM RAGED
THROUGHOUT COLORADO TODAY
AND TRAINS WERE STALLED
is general throughout the state.
Trains are late and snow plows were
sent out on all roads.
At noon the storm began to moderate.
separately and while this is going on
.-in the senate it is likely that the bouse
will take up the appropriation bill for
six months and the deficiency. The
bill carries an appropriation of about
$1,500,000, while the general appropria-
THAT SHE SANK ANOTHER
AND SAVED THE" CREW.
Transferring of Freight, Light and
heavy hauling. . Consignment of
freight in car lots for distribution
given prompt attention.
Have fine accommodations for hand
ling live stock in transit through th
city.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Full line of wagons, buggies, and de
livery wagons.
Nos. 12 and 14 San Francisco street,
and 106 Santa street.
"Strongest in the World."
THE EQUITABLE
LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY
January 1, 1901.
Assets
Assurance Fund and
other Liabilities...
all
$304,598,063
238,460,893
Surplus $66,1?
Outstanding Assurance .. $1,116, 87o..
New Assurance 207,086,243
Income 58,007.131
J. W. Alexander, President.
J. H. Hyde, Vice-President.
W. G. TRAMMELL, GEN. AGT..
EL PASO TEXAS.
They buy for cash and will give you the advantage gained by selling
you good goods at a low price. Call and be convinced that they will
give you better goods for less money than any other house in the city.
The proprietors, (Jones & Tousant), will gladly show goods and
quote prices whether you buy or not.
Don't forget the number, 316 San Antonio street. Telephone 254.
Use the B4R-L0CK Visible Writer.
BECAUSE
Visible Writing Saves Time and Labor.
BECAUSE
Permanent Alignment Saves Expensive Repairs.
BECAUSE
Saving Time, Labor, and Money is Practical Business. -
RUNKLE & PEACOCK, General Agents
. . SHELDON BLOCK, EL PASO, TEXAS.
The EI Paso Live Stock Commission Co.
1 Bt PASO, TEXAS.
Cattle Bought and S.ia
on Commission. . .
Special Attention Given to the
. . . Buying of Mpx'can Cattle.
Correspondence Solicited.
Office Nations Building,
San Antonio Street.
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'Cleanliness is Next
ness."
to Godli-
Kl Paso Dairy Company
Producers and Dealers in
iPURBMILKCRBJlM
tThe Largest and Most Complete
unirj in me souinwesc
J. A. SMITH. Manager.
'Phone 156. Office at Buttermilk
Cafe.
DO YOU EAT?
If You Do and Like Something Good
Call at the
I CAFE.
Where yon will find home cooking and
the finest cup of coffee in the city.
313 North Oregon Street.
MTLK DEPOT. DATJtY LUNCH.
Milk and Cream Fresh From Our Own
Dairy.
Open Until Midnight.
luU PASO DAIRY CO., Props.
M. F. MAYHEW, Mgr.
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
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THE NEW COLLECTOR
AT JUAREZ APPOINTED.
He is Well and Favorably Known, and
Will No Doubt Be a Popular Official.
PHILADELPHIA. March 18. The
bchooner Ropart, which arrived here
today, reported that she sunk the
tion bill carries an appropriation of schooner C. A. White yesterday off the
The crew of the White
Jersey coast,
was saved.
REPORTED THAT COUNT TOLSTOI
IS DYING AT THE AGE OF
SEVENTY-THREE.
about $5,400,000. There will have to
be some wholesale slashing in some
quarters to keep within the bounds ot
the revenue for the next two years
which will aggregate about $5,000,000.
It Is generally believed now that thi:
legislature will adjourn about the mid-
. 41 ot April, as from present indica- ST. PETERSBURG, March 18 It is
J tions It will take at least that long reported here today that Count Tol-
un KLatnBc stoi. th fsmnns RiiRsinn novelist. RO-
.v ...hu .uc uiuiucm hj n viiuiu .
that is the more important measures. c,al reformer, and religious mystic, is
The hmise has reconsidered its decision dying, aged seventy-three.
to adjourn April 9. the date Ret by the
senate.
AUSTIN. March 18 The house this
. morning set Friday for the considera
tion of the land bill regulating leases.
A FRENCH TROOP SHIP IS ON THE
ROCKS AND IS IN A DANGER
OUS CONDITION.
It was reported on good authority in
Juarez this morning that Don Garza
Robert, of Iaredo. had been or soon
will be appointed to succeed Collector
Ogarrio of the port oi Juarez.
" Mr. Robert is now deputy collector of
the port at Laredo and is said to be one
of the most efficient officers in the
customs service of Mexico.
Collector Ogarrio will surrender the
office soon to go to the City of Mexico
where he his been made chief of the
internal revenue service. Don Elea
zar Ioaeza. the present chief, has
been promoted to the office of treasurer
general of the republic, the next office
to the secretaryship of the treasury
now filled by Mr. Llmantour. Mr.
Ogarrio was first a deputy under Sr.
Loaeza years ago and has gradually
pone up the line following his chief in
; line of promotion. It is said that Is
was through the influence of Sr. Loaeza
I :hat he received his Inst promotion.
SINGAPORE, March 18. The troop
AFTER THE EXCITEMENT.
of- our first Spring Opening, we settle
down to business and offer the fol
lowing bargains this week: Fifty
and the engrossed bills'taxing the sur- ship Vlnh-Long belonging to France (Trimmed Hats. Elegant Copies of Im
Plus and undivided profits of national is ashore this morning in this port. ' .Wp Brlld1tall45 SS
banks and apppropriating a thousand
dollars to erect a vault to contain the
bones of those prisoners who perished
in the defence of Texas.
Her condition
gerous,
s reported quite dan-
SUGAR! SUGAR! ! SUGAR!!! the
.Wst Standard Granulated Cane Sugar.
IT pounds for $1.00 at the Lion Grocer'
Co.. 109-111 South Stanton street.
MINISTER CONGER AND HIS FAM
ILY HAVE SAILED FROM
SHANGHAI FUR AMERICA.
PURE HYGIENIC WATER.
Made from distilled water. Ask year
family physician or druggist at to the
purity and healthfullness of oar Ice.
Telephone No. 14.
El Paso Ice and Refrigerator Co.
SHANGHAI. March 18 Minister
Conger and family sailed from here
today for the United States.
Millions of people are familiar with
DeWitt's Llttl Eearly Risers and those
who use them find them to be famous
little pills. Never gripe. Fred Schae
fer, druggist.
HOTEL SHELDON. !
American plan $3.00 to $5.00 per day.
European plan $1.00 to J J.cO per day.
42 rooms.: bath and closet connections.
Electric Light, steam heat, hot and cold
water in; every room. '
.1. W. Fisher.
Shade trees at reduced prices to close
out stock. Comstock's Nursery.
If your chimney does not draw and
you want it fixed, call up the El Paso
Sheet Metal Works. 219 North Stan
ton street, telephone 548.
Everything in drugs at CamDbell A
Grayson's).
BEAUTIFUL ROSES
AT POTTER & WHITE'S.
Knox
cts.
The Military Schol Hat. 65 cents; 3
inch Wide Corded Taffeta Ribbon 10c.
POSENER'S CUT RATE MILLINERY,
Number 3. Plaza Block.
Railway tickets boi'ght. sold and ex
changed. Cut rates to all points.
Members of American 1 lcket Brokers'
association.
Silberberg Bros., the Ticket Brokers.
102 San Antni.io street, next to First
National Bank.
Like bad dollars, all counterfeits of
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve are worth
less. The original quickly cures piles,
sores, and all skin dif eases. Fred
Sehaefer, druggisL
The Lion Grocery Company is the
leader of low prices, others try to fol
low. Just think, they are selling 17
pounds of the best Standard Granulated
Cane Sugar for $1.00 and two dozen
i'resh eggs for 25 cents.
If you are thinking of buying a hand
bome picture, wait until you see the
Copley Prints at the art exhibit.
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AT CUT RATES
Ticket Brokers. Jewelers ana
Money Loaners.
MeiifSB Money Bout toi Soli
Brack and O'Connor,
DR. NQ CHE HOK
Guaduate Chinese Physician
-r over SO years' ex
? perlence In tre&tlct
TjrnVJV.' H dleeuea of met
'V.
1A.W?SS '..1 H
Bm gtikrajitee t.
j (cure Blood Poison
' Lost Manhood. 8kl
r. urr7r-
I 9 i""'3,i &t '&t.?.' Scrofula. Prlyal
' v - Rheumatiam. Dta--:
east of Brain, Bean
1 v. .... vu'&' ' lnlt- Kldueya. Lie
: ri0'5'1'. Bladder, and al
L :. ; ' vv; , female Complain tt
K'.J . ftt--jWii?!r herl without
nrElcal operaloat
Consultation Free
Boars: 9;a. . to 8 p m. i Saodayi. 10 a. n
O 4 p. m.:
OFFICE 105 MYRTLE AVE
It Will Make You
FEEL GOOD
When you get into one of the collars
laundered at this establishment if you
have been having your linen done up
by an inferior method to ours. The
shirts, collars, and cuffs laundered here
is the acme of fine laundry work, and
we send them home with, a color and
finish that is beyond competition.
Troy Steam Laundry Company,
111 to 117 West Overland Street.
Phone 278.
Off Ban Antonio St., next
snare store.
Delaware fur-
EASTERN GRILL
First-class reatauraot In every respect
Flrsi-clae cooking. Short order day
and ntehu
Dinner Dally at 3 p. m.
2.1 El Paao 8t.. Next to Cooper's.
IF YOU WANT-
GOLD AND .
COPPER CLAIMS.
In the Jarilla Camp of Interests in
same, call on or address, A .W. Gifford.
Box 12, El Paso, Texas.
A. G FOSTER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Special attention given to Real Es
tate and Probate Law. Will Practice
in all the courts.
ROOM 8 MUNDY BLOCK
EL PASO, TEXAS.
"A Repository of High Grade Goods."
McIVER-PATTERS0N
VEHICLE COMPANY.
Tne Buggy Men."
R. M. Patterson, President. W. T. Batts. Sec and Treaa.
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.
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The Palace Hotel.
Chihuahua, Mexico.
American and European Plan. Euro
pean $1.00 to $300. American, $2.50 to
foOO.
Bus and Express Meets all Trains.
A. LAB iNSAT, Prop.
Approaching tne Closing of the Sale of
The 15 - Cent Stock
OF THE
Caballero Onyx Mining Co.
OF NEW MEXICO.
For a short time only, as the grea ter part of the above stock Is taken,
the books are open at our office for su bscriptions to the above stock. The
Mock is a clean, safe, and legitimate in vestment in mining and manufacturing
of onyx, that is pronounced unequalled. The stock is offered for the purpose
of development and the erection of a m anufacturlng 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.
I Every piece has a commercial value, a nd the company will be able to pay
iiaunuinn uiiiuruuj minim uu yKdLr a iter ine starting or the plant. No
subscriptions taken for less than one h undred shares. Investigation courted
Send for prospectus, subscription b lanks, and general information. Speci-
mens and photos on exhibition. Addr ess.
Runkle & Peacock,
Fiscal Agents.
Sheldon Block, Opp. p. O. EL PASO, TEXAS.
The company reserves the right to advance the price of stock without fur
ther notice. """
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