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EL PASO DAILY HERALD. SATURDAY. MARCH 30. 1901.
Tit DAiDIll AP w.y The El Paso Dally Herald guarantees a circulation ABOVE 2.250 every day In the year. The El Paso Daily Herald guarantees a circulation early if not quite DOUBLE that of the Times. The El Paso Daily Herald will bow absolute PROOF of these assertions to any Inter ested party. RATES Advertisements will be printed un der the properclas sification in the POPULAR WANTS Column at the fol lowing rates: (Abbreviations and fig ures count as words) 15 Words or Less 1 Time, 25 Cents 5 cents extra if advertise ment is over 1 5 and un der 20 words. , 15 Words or Less 2 or 3 Times. 40 Ceats 10 cents extra if adver tisement is over 15 and under 20 words. 15 AVords or Less 6 Times. 75 Cents- 20 cents extra if adver tisement is over 1 5 and under 20 words. This business is STRICTLY CASH.t Advertisements left at this office are payable in ADVANCE of publication. Advertisements will be re ceded by TELEPHONE (115 X rings) in which case the bill is payable ON PRESEN TATION. It is better to WRITE OUT yur notice and send it to the ctfice with the money. 1 in, order to be placed in the proper classification, adver tisements must be in the of fice before 1 p. m.. Adver tisements will. However, be received up to 3:30 p. m.. .subject to being placed on . another page. If the replies are to be left at The Herald office, we cannot undertake to deliver them. They can be had by calling at the office and giving the check number that appears in the advertisement. It is better to give your address in . the advertisement. Try it once and you will need no further proof of the unequaled valueof The Herald as a Popular Want Medium. ERALDS HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTED Two waitresses at once. Apply Plaza Dining Rooms. WANTED A white girl for light housework. 106 N. El Paso street. WANTED Competent woman to go to Cloudcroft for the summer. Apply at residence of Mrs. J. F. Crosby, 115 Myrtle avenue. WANTED Lady to teach English branches and music. Address W. W. Cox, Organ N. M. BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR SALE Drug store at Hillsboro, N. M. Good opening for physician. Stock and fixtures cost $2,000. will take $1,200. Address. C. C. Miller. Hillsboro. New Mexico. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Two rooms furnished or unfurnished for light housekeeping, 1205 North Campbell street. FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping at 108 First street. FOR RENT An elegantly tarnished front room. Nice location. Address "D. J.," Herald office. THE ROOSEVELT HOUSE Mrs. J. F. Crews, proprietress. Newly tarnish ed rooms, single or en suite, or tar light housekeeping. Hot awl ooM baths. 506 Texas street. FOR RENT Two nicely fmrnisked rooms for light housekeeping at 08 First street. FOR SALE MACHINERY. 1 go Horse power toiler; in ood condition. . 1 100 Horse power boHer in A. No. 1 condition. 1 5 Too. "Consolidated" ioe ma chine. t 160 Incandwncf t tamp Ty y "Brush." Et Pso Ice 4b Refrigerator Co. FOR SALE LIVE STOCK. FOR SALE Fifteen fine dairy -cows. Apply to A. Oomclicsne. "FOR SALE EGGS. rOTt SALE Bronze turkey -eggs "$T-"S0 per setting, opposite Evergreen -cemetery. H. C Lyter. FOUND. FOUND A vouch of keys, inquire- .at Herald office. FOUND A pair of eye-glass-. Inquire at Herald ftlce. PROFESSIONAL. NEW ' YORK DENTAL PARLORS Thorough com pet eat dentists; -all the latest appliances for wp-to-date dentistry. Rooms 1 and 11 Plaaa Mock, head of El Paso street. Open evenings aad Sunday 4 weens. FOR SALBJ. 4 lots on Wyoming. $1,208. easy terms 3 lots on Boulevard $1.2. easy terms Ffty lots close In a snap. 2 lots; 3 houses on Missouri. $3,154. 5 room brick, $2,500, one-third cash. 5 room brick. $1,800. easy terms. 32 room rooming house. A snap. Six room brick. One-third cash. 17 room rooming house, close in. 4 Int. on T.a afreet- 11 Call and see our list of not advertised . . . , . . , nouses ana 101s oc an mnu. R. L. MUNSON. LAW AND REAL ES TATE, ROOM 1. 211 SAN AN TONIO STREET. H. R. WOOD. REAL ESTATE. INSU RANCE AND RENTS. PLAZA BLOCK." FOR 3AL.E Prospective business property at surprisingly low prices. FOR SALE Building lots and resi dences in every portion of the city at reasonable prices and satisfactory terms. FOR SALE Five lots corner Montana and Ochoa streets. FOR SALE Five lots corner Ochoa and Rio Grande streets. FOR SALE 56 2-3 by 120 feet on Ore gon street. Close in. FOR SALE Four lots, corner Texas and Noble streets. On El Paso and Northeastern switch. FOR SALE Twenty-one lots on Stan ton street, between Fifth and Seventh streets. FOR SALE Five room residence on Myrtle avenu. Two lots price $2,''i00. Rents $25 per month. FOR SALE 50 feet in block 137 Stan ton street. M. LOOMIS & CO.. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. RENTS COLLECTED. FOR SALE Five room brick dwelling on Myrtle avenue, three blocks out, owner insists on sellilng. FOR SALE: Lot and a half on North El Paso street, east front, beautiful bidding site will be sold cheap. FOR SALE: On Myrtle avenue, close in, a bargain. WAITS! Wielipan & Mwm. OFFICE IN WELLS-FARGO EX- PRES3 OFFICE. FOR RENT. New four room house, hot and cold water. Prospect avenue. FOR SALE. Eight room brick house, north side. price 2.750. Five room brick house, cash, price. S 1.500. Three lots on North El Paso street. easy terms, price. 11.000. . Two lots on ITpson avenue, price, $700. Two lots on Prospect awnu, a cash. price. $500. Two and one half lots on Arizona street, a bargain, price, $650. 70x-12l feet on Coto street, a bargain. price, $650. Two lots on North Oregon street, price. $650. 50x120 on South Campbell street. Rental Income $39 per month price. $2,500. Two and one half lots on Mesa avenue. nrice, $938. Five lots corner fVmlevard and St. Vrain street, price. $2,250. &9x78 feet om Boulevard, near El Paso street, nrice. $1,125. - 130 feet on "San Antonio street, rental income $T00 per month, price 15,0 Business brock, rental iisoorae, $900 per month, nrice. 5,0.0C9. Eight room briok house on North El 'Paso street, lot 40x130 ieet, prtce, S3.000. El Paso Is geing to te a great city and Oregon street will be its wrin ctoal thoroughfare. We have for sale on this street: Twenty-five feet fronting on Third -tftreet. 1150 ner foot. Seventy' feet between Second and "Third for $10,D00. 35x120 feet, on Oregon, near corner 'Second street, east front. 25 per Toot. NOW IS THE TIME to invest on Ore gon street. WE "HAVE Other esidewe. and beau- tififl lots ta all uerts of the ctiy. AI so business preperty dose in that will increase 50 per cent.. n twelve months. It wiE te to your interest to see us 'before you purchase. JOHN i HAPPER REVL ESTATE MILLS fCTLUmO, I viave for sate 'bowses anH building lots in all parts of the city, jalso some fine improved and partly improv ed property. Among others: A two story "business blork on Ore gon street, near Overland, with two stores and 19 rooms on Mwnd "Boor. Price $Tt,S00. A twe story busteess blotk on -South Oregon street between Owrrtand -and Second. Price $10.50. A two story business blork en TTrah street Jsetween San Antonfe and Over land street, for $1XMM. ' A number of fine locations on Stan ton, St. Louis. Texas. El Paso, and Ore gon streets at prices that will insre good ptofit to investors. An entire block of 32 lots in Pierce Finley addition for $3,000. Easy terms nd low interest on deferred payments. Eight lots corner of Texas and Aus tin avenue for $2,800. Easy terms and lew interest on deferred payments. Call and see us before purchasing. JOHN A. HAPPER, CATTLE IN MEXICO. "There is one stockman where I have just come from who owns 6.000.000 acres of land and brands annually 65 000 calves." said John Sparks of Reno at the Kenyon yesterday. That man is ex-Governor Luis Terrazzas of Chi tuahua. and immense numbers of his cattle are shipped each year into the states. Mexico is a wonderful country, and believe there are more business cnances there for an American than t-nywnere else today. There are so t.iany Americans in the republic now that there is little show for any revo lution to make headway, as the Uni ted States government could not afford to allow anything of the kind with so much American money invested in com merclal and industrial fields in the re public. Cattle, both in Chihuahua and Texas, are in good condition, and as for the Texas fever, it is only the un acclimated northern stock that are sub ject to it. El Paso is growing to be a wonderful city." Salt Lake Tribune. Recent experiment show ibat all classes of foods may be completely di gested by a preparation called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, which absolutely di gests what you eat. As it is the only combination of all the natural dlges tants ever devised the demand for it has become enormous. It ha never failed to cure the very worst cases of Indigestion and it always gives instant relief. Fred Schaefer, druggist. 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 1 I 69c Those Beautiful Cut Out Carved Belts. Originally Sold at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50, e expect a ctoss of New Style, I and will sell these in stock AT COST Silk Bull Fight Handkerchiefs, 25c each 1 BEACH - T in 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 HOW TO BECOME RICH. By the Leading Self-ffiade Millionaires in America From Pearson's Magazine. BY CHARLES BROADWAY ROUSS, "The Blind Milliona'rire" Merchant. Began His Career as a Clerk in a Country Grocery Store and is Today Worth $6.000,000.. The dignity of labor is the greatest of all dignities; and the genius of work, the greatest of all geniuses. Industry. Integrity economy, and promptness are cardinal requisites, to certain and honorable success. eMrit is the trademark of success; quality the true test of Value. Not in time, place, or curcurostances, but in the Man lies success; and the larger the field, the greater the results. Credit and partnerships are the scourge of commercial history and the bane of commercial experience. Beware of the Rifts of the Greeks: they allure that they may destroy. Credit is tempting, but ruin surely fol lows in its path. Burn tli ledger and learn to say No; this is the best for both bvyer and sel ler. Learn when to buy, how to buy. and where to buy. Buy for cash and sell for cash. If you buy bargains sell bargains. Quick sales and small profiits make more sales and greater results. Iarge profiits and few sales mean, in time, no sales end no profit. Bargain-purchases without bargain sales is -an. ambition which overleaps its9lf. and is as unwise as It is unprof itable. Long credit with large profits tempt both buyer and seller, but they awaken the siren song which is ever chanting the funeral dirges or disappointed vic tims: both buyer and seller being the chief metrrners, and the sheriff the un dertaker. Charles Broadway Rouss. BT -COLLTS P. HUNTINGTON. Great "Railway Promoter and Art Pat ron. Lately Deceased. Began His Career as a Small Country Merchant. Worth $50,000,000 When He Died. The 'bet-t -way to "become wealthy is not to talk too much during business hours. You must, ol course, make up your mind to work earnestly a certain number of hours each day; you must get thep ublic to put absolute faith in your -promises; you must learn to make yourself agreeable to your most ob noxious customer, and you must be strictly sober and regular -in all your habits. But added to these virtues, you must not talk about your plans to others. Do what yon think is best at the right moment, without confiding your -plans to. "confidential advisers. Don t let your competitors suspect what your next move is. and after thinking about the matter long enough for you to be sure of yourself, strike quickly. nd you drive the nail home. Collis P. Huntington. BY D. O. MILLS. Banker and Philanthropist. He Began His Career as a Small Country Mer chant 2nd is Now Wortn $25,000,000. My advice to a young man just start ing out in life, who is ambitious to be' come rich. Is: (1 Take good care of your health by sleeping eight hours out of the twenty-four; by working earnestly for not more than twelve hours each day. and by spending the balance of the time In only such re creations as will lighten the mind and not injure the body. (2) Take good care that your associates will have confidence in you by your being hon et: by doing a little mor? work than you have agreed to do; by meeting your bills the day before they are due. tnd by !ing strictly temperate. (3) Take good care to put at least one dol lar out of every five dollar bill you earn, and invest it. not in wild specula' tion. but in some sound banking, rail road, or real estate enterprise. The ex perience you gain in saving your mon ey for the .savings-bank will be the beat sor of training for your success ful career. D. O. Mills. BY ANDREW CARNEGIE. rh Iron King. Who Began His Career ah a Teleuranh ODerator. and is To- - day Worth $70,000,000. In my opinion Ihe secret of money- making depends chiefly upon five things: Push . "squareness." clear headedness, economy, and rigid ad herence to the rule or not overworking, Too much work is worse than no work at all. It undermines the constitution and unfits a man mentally and phys ically for the battle of life. Ten hours a day of steady work is as much as any man now matter how robust ought to attempt. In addition to these things avoid being too grasping: better make small profit by sure means than at tempt to make a larger one by uncer tain and risky means. Andrew Carnegie. BY HETTY GREEN. rhe Rivhest Woman in the World. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II I ' ' in Colored Leather, by next week. in order to make room for display. 4 A KIN CURIO CO. CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i f She Has Built for Herself a Fortune of $60,000,000. The path to success is easy. It is be cause it is os simple that so many peo- Dle miss it. For a woman to be successful, one of the most important things she must do is to learn how to mind her own busi ness. It is next to impossible to be taking care of the affairs of some one else and at the same time to keep your own affairs in good running order. Imitators seldom make successes. When a girl has a little money to in vest, she should look out for herself, look at things from her own standpoint and not be watching from morning till night what this or that other success ful person has done. By waiting to find out what to do that is. what oth ers have done she loses her oppor tunity. Real estate Is the best investment for a woman. She should keep her eyes open until she see3 a chance to buy for S4.000 a house she can soon sell for $5,000, by making a few improvements on it. But 6he must be content with a profiit whose size corresponds to the size of the amount of her investment. She should never refuse an' offer where she cap make money on her invest ment, even though the profit is not as large as she had hoped for in the first place. (Mrs.) Hetty Green. BY HON. CHAUNCY M. DEPEW. Railroad Director, Orator, and Poli tician, Began His Career in a Country Law Office, Now Controls 30 Rail roads and is Worth $3,000,000. The best foundation to lay in start ing to make a fortune is to cultivate vigorous health. A healthy man makes money ten times waster than a man who has ont a robust constitution. I do not think education. In the gen eral sense of the term, is a requisite to great success. It will not hold the right man back from climbing to the top of the ladder; but for general bus iness the young person had much bet ter spend his time, after getting through the grammar school course, in extensive general reading. When the young man has cultivated his health, and has a lot of general in formation stored away in his head, he has only to choose an occupation for which he has a strong liking, and if he works hard not more than ten hours a day, however and is thoroughly honest, he will some day head the roll of nor.or in the ranks of his competit ors. Chauncey M.- Depew. BY HON. RUSSELL SAGE, The Prince of American Financiers, Who Began His Career as an Errand Boy in a Grocery Store and is Now .Worth $100,000,000. No young man need despair; if he wants to be successful he has only to make up his mind to be honest and in dustrious, with proper economy, and he will succeed. Russell Sage.' BY JOHN WANAMAKER. The Dry Goods Prince and Politician Who Commenced His Career as Clerk Earning $3 a Week, and Who is at the Present Time. Worth $15,000 000. I am often asked the question by young men who write to me for that purpose: "What advice would you give me. Mr. Wanamaker. in order that I may succeed in life?" My answer in variably is: "You don t nred to learn any one way to success. You should learn to do some one thing well, throw ing all your energies into it. Through ambition and sound common sense will work success for anybody at anything that is legitimate. Achieving success Is really nothing more than a matter of determination. The successful man unlike the poet ism ade. not born. The roads to suc cess are so simple that anyone with common sense can see along them to their terminations. It is for these reasons that I say any young man can achieve success of he has sound common sense and thorough ambition. The former will enable him lo see his particular path to success the latter will enable him to pursue it to the end. The chief reason that everybody is not successful is the fact that they have not enough persistency. Let the unsuccessful man cultivate the ambi tion that will drive him to hard, hon est work, and he will come out on top. John Wanamaker. BY HON. ROSWELL P. FIOWER. Bank President and Politician. He Be gan His Career as a Teacher in a Country School, and is Now Worth $10,000,000. It is. of course, impossible for every ambitious young man to become a mil lionaire, as all may not have the right opportunities; but every young man who makes up his mind to it may eas ily become moderately wealthy. . First, he must determine that notn ing will prevent his being always so ber, innocent of bad habits, industrious and economical. Then he must save up every cent he earns without being parsimonious, and invest his savings in up every cent hearns without being long-standing institutions; new f an gled schemes he must leave to more ex perienced hands. Roswell P. Flower. BY THE LATE HON. BRICE. CALVIN S. Railroad Promoter and Politician. He Began His Career in a Country Law Office. His Personal Estate Was at One Time Valued at Tern Million. The surest plan to pursue in order to build up a fortune is to have a con stant care for your good health, your good manners, and your good morals. Shun all wild speculations, and never invest all of your money in any new enterprise, no matter how certain you are it will succeed. If. after looking the ground over thoroughly, when you are asked to go into an undertaking of this kind, you then feel sure it is go ing to-pay, put some of your money into it, but not more that a third of all you have to invest- Investments of this kind are, indeed, liable to pay 104 per cent.' better than investing in stock in long established railway, banking, and similiar fields, but it is always best to be sure than to be sorry. Calvin S. Briee. Gossip From National Capital (Continued from Sixth Page.) not deliver it owing to the fact that the ordnance authorities did not know what kind of powder they wanted, and when the Colombians came along and asked for a, small fraction of the sup ply on a hurry order, it was given them; there being enough in reserve to fill our government's requisition whenever'it was completed. All of which is respectfully submit ted. D. Or. I Zanewill writes: "The Jew of the twentieth century must guard his tra ditional trait, however changed his conception of the due ideal and the fit sacrifice. He must not oe conieni , to muddle on like the Jews of the pre ceding nineteenth -ceturies of exile, uniting breadth of vision in business with shortsightedness in religion and politics. He must make his deliber ate choice between a national center in Palestine or elsewhere and a purely" spiritual church, free from radical ex clusiveness and national hopes." . Like had dollars, ail counterfeits of DeWItfs Witch Har.el Salve are worth less. The original quickly cures piles, sores, and all skin diseases. Fred Schaefer. druggist. ' Ask tor EL PASO TRANSFER.' best 6 cent CIGAR on the m ket. the-. Manicuring at Natatorium baths. Turkish Highest amounts loaned on dia monds, watches, and Jewelry. Lowest note of interest. Unredeemed pledges at bargains. We buy old gold. Silberberg Bros., the Pawn Brokers. 102 San Antonio street,1 next to First National Bank. Railroad A "J! Schedule TIME. All the times noted in the following schedule are given according to HI Paso local time Mountain standard time. 1 Travelers should note that in its on time table each road has its own stan dard, as follows: Santa Fe, same as El Paso local time. White Oaks, same as El Paso local time. . Texas and Pacific, Central standard time, one hour faster than local time. " G. H. & S. A., Central standard time, one' hour faster than local .time, . Mexican Central, City of Mexico time, nearly twenty ' minutes faster than local time. Sierra Madre. City of Mexico time. nearly twenty minutes faster than local time. Southern Pacific, Pacific standard time, one hour slower than local time SANTA FE. Depot South Santa Fe street, take street cars. For Kansas City. Chicago. Denver. and California. Leave 9:15 p. m. Arrive 8 a. m. WHITE OAKS. Depot eight blocks east of postofflcs. For Alamogordo, Capit&n, and Clond- croft. Leave 10:30 a. m. Arrive 5:00 p. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. . Depot two blocks east of court house. For the Pecos Valley. Dallas. St. Louis, and New Orleans. Leave 6:50 a. m. Arrive 7:20 p.' m. G. H. S. A. Depot two blocks east of plasa. For San Antonio. Galveston. Nw Orleans, and the east. Leave 7:20 p. m. Arrive 7:40 a. m. Sunset Limited: Leave Sunday. Wednesdays, and Fridays at 8:00 a. m. Arrive Sundays, Tuesdays, and Fri days at 9:00 p. m. SIERRA MADRE. Depot in Juarex, take street cars. For Lake Santa, Maria, Casas Graa- des. and the Sierra Madre. Leave 8 a.m. Arrive 3:60 p. m. SOUTHERN PACIFIC. Depot two blocks east of plaxa. For Los Angeles and San Francises. Leave 8:20 a. m. Arrive 7 p. m. Sunset Limited: Leave Sundays, Tuesdays, and Fridays "at 9:20 p. m. Arrive Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fri days at 7:40 a. m.