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EL PASO DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20, 1901.
PAGE THREH. HON WM. C. MAYBURY, MAYOR OF DETROIT. Says He Is In much Better Physical Condition .Since Using Paine's Celery Compound. MYAR'SSlf C--0--0--e"-0--0--0 o--o--o--o--o--oo "SOME TIME AGO. ATTRACTED BY THE VERY HIGH TESTIMOXI CACT OP PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND. I TOOK IT ON TRIAL FOR IMP ttVOtrV NERVOUSNESS. I FOUND VERY GREAT BENEFIT FROM ITS II BHAS THIS TESTIMONY TO ANY WHO MAY BE INFLUENCED TO TRY imwrn with it. "DETROIT. MICH.. JAN. 22. 1901. ALS PUBLISHED AS TO THE EFFI AIRED DIGESTION AND CONSE- SE. AND. THEREFOR. DESIRE TO THIS REMEDY BY MY EXPER "WILLIAM C. MAYBURY." Written C. Maybury is noV serving Ma tMrd term as mayor ,of Detroit, Michigan. In 1S83 he waa elected to congress from Michigan; reelected in 1884, serv ing dtriag the 48th congress on the ju diciary committee, and in the 49th on the wars and means committee. His leisure is devoted to the affairs of St rater's Episcopal church, to attention to the aged, the sick, and the poor. Ia the light of many such public en dorsements as the above from Mayor Marury, it is easy to see why Paine's Celery Compound is displacing all oth er remedies. It has been truthfully said that the , men and women who use and recom memd Paine's Celery Compound are not the class of people who take doubtful remedies and patent medicines. Paine's Celery Compound is not a patent medi cne; it is not a secret preparation. It i stae formula of Edward E. Phelps, M. D.. LL. D.. Professor of Materia Medica . in the Dartmouth Medical School. It is the only great popular remedy for blood and nerves ever frankly en dorsed by the medical profession. Men of ample means, who can com mand the best medical services; the ablest and the most lufluential persons in the country, as well as the most ! progressive physicians, were the first to perceive the extraordinary worth of Paine's Celery Compound and to use It. That tUJs remedy has succeeded from the titart is not astonishing. Thous ands owe to it restored vitality, sound sleep, better digestion, freedom from pain, stronger nerves, and purer blood. The wealthiest family in the land can secure nothing better, if tbey are look ing for a spring medicine. It is easily within reach of the humblest house hold, as thousands of grateful letters testify. The use of this marvelous remedy, now spring is here, makes all the dif ference between impure, sluggish blood and tired nerves andw a healthy, ener and tired nerves and a healthy, ener health. The incalculable amount of good it is doing these spring days in making sick and even despairing people well, should compel the attention of every judicious person who is out of health in this spring of 1901. It drives the poison germs of deep seated diseases from the blood. It pro cures sleep, so necessary to brain and nerves. It brings buoyancy of spirit in place of lassitude and despondency, and allows the overtaxed system to start fairly on the road to health. Thousands have been benefited; thousands have been cured by Paine's Celery Compound where everything else failed. Doings of the NEW MEXICO Legislature Special to The Herald. SANTA FE. March 19. The house today, with malice aforethought, killed Jthe insurance bill originated in the council, providing for the creation of a department of insurance and an in surance commissioner, after a fierce parliamentary battle, in which for a long time the vote was 12 to 11 against the bill but finally 16 to 7, many mem bers getting into the majority band wagon. The bill was killed by the efforts of the representatives of the in surance companies in the territory who had enlisted the interests of Council man Hughes and through him of Hon. F. A. Hubbell. It was a meausre warmly advocated by Governor Otero and which passed the counicl 7 to 5. When the house, however, persisted to make it a special order for the af ternoon the advocates of the bill saw that the majority of the house was against them although they put up a game fight, and hoped to gain the vic tory by an amendment striking out the commissioner of insurance clause and providing that the special taxation of the insurance companies go into Ihe school fund. But the opponents to the bill were too wary and it was decisively defeated and to cinch the matter a mo tion to reconsider the bill was laid on the table. The council transacted considerable business today while the house did the talking and attracted the larger outside audience. The meanseres passed by Ihe council today are a resolution pro viding foi contingency expenses of the council and the house to the end of the Kession. The resolution also passed the house and carries $3,295 for the council and $4,110 for the house. The other measures passed by the house are house joint resolution No. 7. asking congress to establish a branch of the Smithsonian institute at Santa Fe in the old Palace for the preservation of prehistoric antiquities found in the southwest; council bill No. 92. an act providing for the removal of clerks in school district who fall to perform their duty; house joint resolution No. 13, appropriating $600 for the editing and revising of the house and council journals after the close of the session; house bill No. 106. an act providing for the payment of approved and outstand ing indebtedness; council bill No. 81, an act requiring that all public build ings be insured: council joint resolu tion No 10. authorizing Governoi to pass appoint a commission of non partisan nature, to go to Washingtor during the next session of congress tf urge the passage of an enabling ac and to fight the international dam proj ect. with an appropriation of $2,000 t pay the expenses of the commission council joint resolution No. 12. thank ing the capitol rebuilding board for it services which were given gratuitous!; during the rebuilding of the capitol house bill No. 100. relating to peddlers council bill No. 91. requiring that th business of fire insurance companie be conducted by resident agents; stir ttitute for council bill No. 12S. provii? ing that taxes be made payable on Dt cember 1 and June 1. and that the flv. W. L ROGERS, bcal Manager. FRIDAY, MARCH 22. The Spanish Concert and Vaudeville Co. . . TEN FINE ARTISTS TEN STA. URSULA LOPEZ, Direct from Spain. Spanish and Andalusian Dances. SENOR OCTAVIANO YANEZ; Celebrated Guitar Player. SR. JOSE C. ARQUELLES. Professor of Spanish Dances. SR. LUIS BELLI DE, -An Accomplished Musician. NILLE NINA Serpentine and the Great Fire Dance. fUSES PLASTIQUE. Spanish Songs and Dances. Admission. 25c. 50c. and 7Se oeais on sale Friday at 9 a. m.. at ausen s Jewelry store. COKE and COAL. (Wholesale Only.) WRITE ME FOR PRICES. B. F. DARBYSHIRE El Paso. per cent rebate for the second paymen be abolished. The bills killed wer council bill No. 111. relating to tris by. jury, providing that those able t lay should make an advance deposi of $24 for cases to be tried by jury, a I though Spiess made the strong argu ment that litigants who are able t jay should pay the cost of their litiga tlon; council bill No. 115, an act t prevent the. payment of employes l merchandise and with,, anything els but currency. 5 to 7; Council bill Nc 100, prescribing that county school su penmenaenis snouia De graauates oi i higher institution of learning or hoi teacher's certificate. The amend ment of the house to council bill No. 4f he proposed jury law, doing away wit! '.he property qualifications for Jury du '.y was non-concurred in and the bil "vas sent to conference. The hous imendment to council bill No. S4. in creasing the number of commissioner "or the St. Louis exposition from thre o seven was concurred in and the bil vhich appropiates $20,000 for a Ne Mexico exhibit at the St. Louis expos! ion now goes to the governor. The house passed a memorial to con ress remonstrating against the leas ng of the public domain, a resolutloi rovlding for the payment of the ex enes incurred in collecting the claim f J5.884.54 due New Mexico from th( Inited States for the transportation of roups during the war with Spain and it which $o.017.39 have thus far been oaid; House bill No. 212. by Mr. Da lies, referring to damages for injuries to trees by cattle running at large, re ferring only to orchards and ornamen tal trees: Council bill No. 59. an act fixing the time for holding of the terms of district court in the fourth judicial district: Council bill No. 83.an act re ferring to practice in the courts. SPANISH CONCERT. oik vauueviue company to uive an Eentertainment Here. Myar opera house, one night only. Friday. March 22. the Spanish Concert and Big Vaudeville comnanv. direct from the City of Mexico, in a new and novel entertainment. Senor Octaviano Yanez. the celebrated guitar nlaver. is known as "the king of the guitar." and is the finest artist in his line ever seen in El Paso. Sta llsula Looez. in npdnisn uances ana tne ramous an- dalusion dance- as presented in the City of Mexico, is said to be one of the most beautiful dancers ever seen on the American or foreign stage. Nille Nina. in the great fire dances, in which she uses hundreds of yards of white silk draperies and a powerful electric search light producing a wonderful fire, smoke and rainbow effect. Good music, singing and dancing is assured. Seats on sale Friday at 9 a. m.. at Susen's jewelry store. Mrs. Horrell. Indies Hair Dresse nd Manicurist. Hair :han. pooed with oft water and dried In half an hour y the use of the warm air dryer, price 0 cents. Face massage. Just received full line of switches ad pompadour rolls. 14 MESA AVE. TEL 224. 4 RINGS. Diamonds and alt other precious ones bought, sold and exchanged. If u want the value on any precious one we will give it gratis, ilberberg Bros., the Diamond Brokers, 2 San Antonio street, next to First National Bank. Why not eat eggs in preference to nythlng else, when ycu can get two -wen for 25 cents at the Lion Grocery ompany. The Best Fiction. rvew Invoice Re elved today. All the late books. Blakesley & Freeman. The Lion Grocery Company are tin ople for you to trade with. Thej rry the highest grade of goods anc 11 at the lowest prices. oe New Century Wall Paper at F 'ao Wall Paper company. Telephone S5. OR RENT Two nicely furnishr rooms, close in. 109 North Santa F street. Call at rear. El Paso Steam Laundry, 'Phone 47. p o O - i DHttni r-im. 0 oo0''0'0'o'0 oo0'0'0'0'a "I am a liar." said my cousin Elsa. "Xo, don't speak. You'll try to say some thing funny, as if you were writing one of your ieuny liooks. ami I hate you most when you're like that. One of these days I am going to take a holiday. I shall g into some big lonely field and tell all the truth about myself out loud." "I'an I conte too?" "Xo. My whole life here in London ia one enormous lie, and I hate it. I tell lies to influence people's opinion of tne. tell lies to spare the feelings of others. tell lies everywhere and always. I bougli a veil this afternoon, and I told six lies while I was in the shop doing it. I count ed theui. I'm sick of society and conven tions and everything. Be thankful you're not a woman. "1 am." "Men don't love the truth, but they can tell it if they like. Women are naturally good, and they adore the truth, but they are never allowed to tell it. I should like to reconstruct all our customs and ways of life. I've got ideas. I often think of things that Would surprise you. You think I am rather a little, fool, that I'm not serious and that I only care for amusements. A stupid butterfly that s your idea of me. It's all wrong, of course. One of these days you may think differ ently. But it doesn't matter nothing matters." 'To come to the point, who is he?" 'You can't think how nnspeakably tired I am. I don't want to go to this silly theater, do you?" 'Not in the least." 'Shall we give the cabman the tickets one for himself and one for his horse V I suppose they would have to let them in if they had the tickets, wouldn't they? That horse would just look lovely sit ting up in the stalls. I wonder if he'd cry in the pathetic passages. Did you ever see a horse cry?" To return to the subject of discus sion, who is her And why didn t he ask yon to marry him?" Idiot: He did, and I refused him. It's quite time 1 got married. 1 wonder how many seasons I've been through. I know I'm dead tired of London anyhow. I might have accepted hi hi. We Kot on beautifully together. He recognized that I had a serious side. He had such a synr pathetic voice, too. and eyes that seemed to" Omitting his eyes and his nose, why did you refuse him r now could any girl marry a man whose name is Jiggins? It sounds as if it came out of a comic paper. It's an im possible name. I would sooner be dead or live in the suburbs than be called Mrs. Jiggins." Wouldn't he have changed it?" I couldn't ask him to do that. He never seemed to notice that there was anything wrong with his name.. He had always been like that, and I suppose he bad got nsed to it. It must be some thing like being born dead. Even when be proposed to me he never apologised for his name, and it was a beautiful pro posal, too one of the best I have had. "What did you say?" "I couldn't tell him tbat I was refus ing him because of bis name, could I? It would have bceo too cruel. So I told him I didn't love him. We were talking, ami I went ou from one thing to another. 1 don t know how these things happen. for I had never meant to tell him any lies, but 1 believe I gave him some idea that there was a secret tragedy in my life. It seemed to suit with his way of seeing the serious side of me." Did yon go into details?" I said I had been secretly eu raced and the man had died in Egypt. I almost be lieved it myself while I was telling him it." "I don't see what the trouble is. You did not want to marry him because his name was Jiggins. Therefore yon re fused him. What's wrong? Everything's wrong. II is name isn't Jiggins any more. An uncle, his moth er's lirotl.er. died and left him everything on eoudiiioii that he took the name of Lnngiloii. wliit-h I adore. And he's done it. "And now you want to bring him back air.ini. Knt yon can t explain away that little ruuiamf." That's not the worst. He's going to marry Adetu Price, who's the most abom inable cat I know. A man tells his wife everything. He'll tell her the story I told him about Ihe man who died in EgvDt. There was a lot of it, much more than I have told you. She will know absolntelv for a fact that there was not a word of truth in it. Iiecausc we used to be friends once, and then she got to know every thing about me. When she hears about that secret tragedy, she will just sit down and laugh till she dies of it. and then she will so round and tell everybody else. I can see her laughing uow, with a month like the slot for newspapers in the post- office. The only thing I could do would be to get him away from Adela. But then I shouldn't marry him myself now. I would have married him if he had been Langdon when he was Jiggins." But now there are complications?" "Still I suppose I must get him away from Adela." Leave Adela and Jiggins Langdon alone. You say that a mau tells his wife everything. He doesn't. And some of the th ings that he never tells her are his pretnatrimonial failures with other wom en. Your secret tragedy is safe enough. Adela Price will never hear of it. Klsa reflected upon this for a moment. "What a mercy it is." she said, "that men are so abominably vain!" Black and White. EAMON ASSAY COMPANY. issayers Chemists - -AND- - Aline Engineers. Cor. San Francisco and Leon Streets. . O. Box 97. Telephone 236. j Independent Assay Office iea. D.W.Reckhrt.M. Agent for Ore Ship pers. Aamji and Chemical Analyaia. msiUIIIDUi MiMWwkaStwnttj. O. Ml Car. San Fraaeisca Caihaahea Sta. EL PASO, TEXAS. POMEROY'S El Paso Transfer Company. HACKS. BUS AND BAGOAQnL phone 18. 300-806 S. Orea-oa. DRUGGISTS. I. C BALLINOKR J. J. LONQWKLL Ballinf eF7fi; Lpogwen. Transfer Livery ; Feed and: Sale Stables. 'lew Riga, jtubber Tir. Good Driven. Hack Service Promptly Furnished. "ran af erring of Freight, Light eavy .-' hanling. Consignment of reight In ear lots - for disUllmUon liven prompt attention. lave fine accommodations for aand- Ing live stock In' transit through tae dty. GIVE US A TRIAL. Foil line of wagons, bossies, and de livery wagons. Nob. 12 and 14 San Francisco street. and 106 Santa e street. "Strongest in the World." THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY January 1, 1901. A aoaf o Assurance Fond and other Liabilities. . . all 34,6M,0f 238.4CMM Surplus 966.1.'' Outstanding Assurance ..fl.116.87s.. New Assurance 207,0815,24 Income 68,00741 J. W. Alexander. President. : J. H. Hyde, Vice-President. W. O. TRAM ME LL, GEN. AOT.. EL PASO : .....TKXAS. DK.NG CHE HOK . Guaduate Chinese Physician IOrar at yean u perlenca In treating all dlaeaaea of ana ut womeaw . ' 'A ('? He rna.ru I N4cnre Blood - Polaoa. l--j ,(Lot Manhood, Sklat dlaeaaea, Dvopay. 1 3 Hernia, eonorraoc. ' -,Scrofnla, Paralnla. fBheaaiatlaai, Dte- ! . eaaea of Braja.'Hea.ra. 3 Long. KMaeye, 14- " Amr Bladder, aad al 1 female Oonpiejaw JBXClaatvely by Onl- ' nee kerbe wfthoa unreal operalon The Spectacular Preach Stadeat. "The French student who follows th traditions." says an American who has just ri-tumed from Paris, "wears his hair in tlie Venetian manner. In heavy masses it lies on his forehead and cheeks, covering his ears, and in the back it is cut square a little below his collar. His port felt hat has a brim five or six inches wide, and the crown is not creased, but piuched tip into a kind or cone. He wears corduroy trouseis that are tight about the ankle, but so voluminously wide from there up that they fall in folds and plaits like the divided skirts of women. He lias a belt amiiml bis waist with a dag ger stuck in it. I u cold weather he wears a Spanish cloak, throwing the end over his shoulder with the air of a grandee. In this dress the .viimi; man does not at tract any comment in l":iris. He is mere ly one of a million there who' are ail got up in a manner equally odd." O inasltatlrn Free Inn: a. . to 8 n. m. Snndaw. It a. m OFFICE 105 MYRTLE AVE Off Baa Antonio Bt., next nltnrefltora. Delaware Far. EASTERN GRILL PlreV-claaa restaurant In every respect First-claae cooking. ' Sho'rt orders day end niirhu Dinner Dally at 3 p.m. 2.? El Paae St.. Next to Cooper's. IF YOU WANT- GOLD AND . . . COPPER CLAIMS. In the Jarllla Camp of Interests in same, call on or address, A .W. Gilford. Box 12, El. Paso, Texas. " . G. FOSTER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Special attention given to Real Ea ate and Probate Law. Will Practice n all the courts. ROOM 8 MUNDY BLOCK. :L PASO. TEXAS. The Palace Hotel. Chihuahua; Mexico, merican and European Plan. Euro ?an $1.00 to $300. American, $2.50 to 00. Bus and Express Meets all Trains. A. LABANSAT, Prop.