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EL PASO DAILY HERALD, MONDAY. APRIL 1, 1901.
PAGE TB3S3. Al 1 1 I III I I 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 III Neighborhood Notes. f I I II I I I I I I I I M T 1 1 " TEXAS. WRIGHT BRASHEAR DEAI. Wright Brash ear died at his home in Houston Thursday night at the age of 31 years. Mr. Brashear contracted -onsumptlon several months ago and he came to El Paso in the hope of re covering from It. but seeing that there v.as no hope for recovery, he returned i! fter a few months, to await the sum mons. He was a brother of Judge S. II. Brashear. who gained a widespread reputation, while mayor of Houston, by his work for the relief of the Galveston ilood sufferers. Deceased was a ma hintet by trade. . GOLD IN WOOD COUNTY. A dispatch from Mineola says gold has been discovered in Wood county. A farmer living two miles from that place brought in a piece, of rock con taining shining particles which upon Wing tested by a jeweler was Judged to be pure gold. The farmer says he t.ok this rock carelessly from many like It in a rocky place in his field. Neighbors claim to have deposits of the same kind. Citizens believe a great discovery has been made. MONSTER LAND DEAL. The American Oil and Refining com pany, the latter part of last week. losed ad eal for what is known as the Jeff and James Chaison estate, consisting of 4724 acres and lying ttfree r.Iles south of Beaumont, paying there for $700,000. The company will pros pect for oil and build on the property large oil refineries, and otherwise en ter Into the oil business on the largest eeale yet attempted In the Beaumont field. POSTOFFICE ROBBERIES. Postoffice robberies are getting to be fashionable in Ellis county. Five post offices of that county have been robbed within the past few weeks. One night Inst week the postoffice at Leland was robbed of about $40. The offices of I'.ristol Tellco. Crisp and Creechville are the other four in that county that Lave been recently robbed. KILLED IN HIS PASTURE. C. C. Thornton, a prominent stock man of Concho county, was found dead in his pasture. He had evidently been Tw vnttnv mon Clf t h Hiuivct cru. " " J v reigkborhood have disappeared. They a ad the murdered man are known to have toad some trouble a few days b lore the killing. MAY KIDNAP THE EDITOR. Editor Green of the Tyler Daily Courier has received an anonymous let ter telling him to leave $15,000 In a certain place under penalty of being kidnaped and murdered. The editor .as paid but little attention to the mat ter and says he thinks it is a Joke some of his friends are trying to play on him. PAW A METEOR. Several persons who were out as late as It o'clock last Thursday night at Hillsboro saw a meteor of great brll Uancy shoot across the sky. They say they first observed It near the meri dian and watched It until it exploded in the southwest with a loud report. t ARIZONA. MILLION DOLLAR ATTACHMENT. New York telegram of recent date charifr Murrav received vesterday an attachment for $1,000,000 against Wm. C. Greene, of Arizona, in favor of Marcus Stine, obtained on the ri nt non-residence. Mr. Stine al- r . . Nnnmber 1. 1899. Mr Greene authorized James Shirley to sell shares of stock of the Greene Consolidated Copper Co., aad that for each share that Mr. Shir ley sold he was to receive one share . hi. mmmiuiinn. He avers 111 MAFUa. " nrn tSat Mr. Shirley agreed to sell 100,000 shares of the stock to Mr. une uu .nH that Mr. Greene Ills oom-iavta, - ratified the agreement, but afterwards repudiated the sale; that by reason of the sale Mr. Shirley was entitled to iue.MO shares of stocK oi me aiiegeu . i tin aorii. and that he assign ed the rights to Stine. Deputy Sher- ....,, urrul thff attachment on the secretary of the Greene Consoll- -mA Pnnnpr rnmnanv at Ju. Breadway." CARELESS POSTMASTER. A Navaio Indian is in capuvnj ui a. oicmm. PhAoeSxV?ir .e UnitStates!,, the City of Mexo or the r- Navajo Indian is In captivity at aT ionnes InJn wh Id "resistheng V chaTn of modern American te-iutTon to steal when the oprr- hotels at the principal points through t inltv this one had la afforded. The out the republic. He says that In all Poslmaster at Tuba City has a habit probability Henry M. F lag er. who has of sending the mall out with anybody built great hotels In Florida, the Ba rThappens to be going the way he j hamas. etc.. will build some In Mexico wants the mall to go and on this oc- on similar plans, as to attract tourist csTon he sent it by the Indian and travel to Mexico. Mr. Flagler Is sat d.T even lock the bag. The Indian isfled that it is advisable to build ho Wrd a Jingle in the pouch anl open-jtels In Mexico and it is predicted that " " J , oi .ii J ,m ,i that renublic some of as ing It louna neap o.B . ver and $70 In bills. In a big envelope. ii- the envelooe awav. nut the bills and $1.50 of the silver in his pocket and wrapping the reBt of the silver In a paper, put it back in the pouch. The card which notified the postmaster, to whom he delivered the Touch, of a registered letter In it. eave that official a clue and tne Indian was arrested. THE OIL EXCITEMENT. The oil excitement in the Prescott neighborhood is spreading and the whole country is being covered with locations covering supp08'" 0,1 'a.n'1- The Jerome News tells the follow lng story of a discovery in that nelghlor- tleman who had lor years worked in the oil fields of Penn ivimnia micccssf ii 11 v. came into tne atley for his health, and while driv ing along theroads discovered what h'i called 'Pennsylvania oil rock." To show his confidence In the indications. 1 o at once located a number of claims. and his discovery being communicated to a Prescott lawyer who is interested In oi that gentleman proceeded to I 1 1 1 1 I 1111 the valler. and thought so much of the ground that he located a number of claims. For years, oia timers ten u, there has been talk of oil in that neigh borhood; that there are places along the Verde river where the oil seeps f mm ita Han Ira ThV RflV that the ground will be thoroughly tested dur ing the coming summer." LOCATED AT LAST. Passengers on the S. F.. P. & P. rail- human A ch Fork and PreSCOtt could not have failed to notice a prom-s- running parallel with the track for qujte a distance be tween cedar made ana wnat is uuwu as the amphitheater. It crops out Hnlrilv anil ban often lxn the subject of comment by train men and passen- . . - gers and the wonder oiien exprraneu why some daring prospector had not located and prospected it. It seems that such a man has been repaid for his efforts. He writes that he has sunk a shaft thirty-five feet deep encoun tering what he describes as "such a vein of ore as has never before been seen in Arizona." His shaft is located within plain sight of the railroad and be says ht has a piece oi ore weign Insr 100 Bounds on his dump. Prescott Journal Miner. , MINING SALE. Jacob Scrlbner sold a mine near Wickenberg last week for $30,000. It looks as though Maricopa county may yet become the banner mining county of Arizona. The mining outfit for the entire territory was never better than now and it is believed by citizens oi the territory that the poulation of Ari zona will Increase 100 per cent in the next two years. MEXICO. EXCELLENT INDICATIONS. Still stronger Indications that the Mexican and Austrian governments will soon officially bury the hatchet are that the emperor of Austria has sent a superb statue of Christ to be T-laced to the newly erected chapel at Queretaro. and the coming to Mexico of an A us train princess, who will ded icate the chapel and place therein the statue. The chapel has been erected to the memory of Emperor Maxmlllan and the statue which Is to go in it Is a magnificent work of art and before It was sent across the sea it was taken to Rome where it was blessed by the pope. h Anatrian government has also sent an envoy to Mexico for the purpose of building op a trade between the twoi countries, uraciai reprraenismro ui the Austrian government will soon be stationed in Mexico to aid in develop ing more intimate commercial rela tions. PORDER STATE EXHIBITS. State Commissioner J. T. Willet passed through Monterey one day last week on his way to uurango in me in terest of an exhibit now being prepar ed for the Pan-American exposition at Buffalo. He will leave on me 101a ui this month for the United Mates wun this exhibit, and after the close of the exposition at Buffalo, he will lane it to Cincinnati. Cleveland. Chicago. Omaha, San Francisco and other lead ing citieB of the United States. This exhibit includes specimens of the pro ducts of the border states oi ien-u and is one of the finest ever sent out of that republic. Coahuila. through the energy and enterprise of Governor Mi guel Cardenas, has done much work in .vi. n arivsrtiainar and the bene- fits are already being reaped by that state. HAS ITS DRAWBACKS Living under an assumed name is a pleasure that should not oe lnnuigeu i- k inma who Ainect to ever fall heir to anything or who expect to leave anything for relatives, a iuu ii name of H. M. Johns In the City of Mexico and was cashier oi the Two Republics newspaper be fore its discontinuance, has died in that city and left a life Insurance policy worth $10,000 In gold. A man from Austin. Texas. Is now In the city claim ing to be a brother of the deceased. He is satisfied he can find proof sufficient to satisfy the Insurance companies that the deceased was not Johns by name, but Harper and that he Is his brother, but it would have been much nicer and easier had the deceased gone by his right name. AMERICAN HOTELS FOR MEXICO. A. Stewart Appleton. of New York 1 . M - to l found line uoitri ouuv.iiii'." anywhere In the world. QUESTION ANSWERED. Ta Inmat Vlnwer Still hlS th tergest sale of any medicine In ths civ ilized world. Your momera ana grana mothers never thought of using any thing else for Indigestion or Blllious nesa Doctors were scarce, and they seldom heard of Appendicitis. Nervous Prostration or Heart Failure- They used August Flower to clean ont the nested food, regulate the action of the ii,. ..nM tnd nrtinlt system and stop fermentation oi nnai actlon of the ET8tem. and that la all .w. i x,n. .nj a the took when feeling dull and bad wttft haailiitliM Atlft cither ftphAIL Tftll only need a few doses os Green's Aug ust Flower. In liquid form, to make yon satisfied that there la nothing serious the matter with yon. Get Green's Prize Alamnac Sold by dealers In all civilized countries. TCver-vthlncr Inilniff at Pamnhell Grayson's. I INVESTMENT IN WATER WORKS. New York Has $125,000,000 Invested. While Philadelphia Has $35,000,000 and San Francisco $25,000,000. Mow Vnrk firpstpr New York has piore money invested in water works than any other city upon the face of the earth. The boroughs of Manhat tan and the Bronx have $100,000,000 of public money Invested in their water wnrka aauoducts. reservoirs. Duronins stations, mains and watersheds. The borough of Brooklyn has a like invest ment of about $25,000,000 and the wa- inr mmT.lv nf hntn Kaw York conntv and Kings county is being constantly improved ana extenaea. at new cosi. as the greater needs of the city in busi ness and population requires. The revenue of the city from water tax is about $6,000,000 per annum. Compari son with other cities of the country will show the magnitude of the Great er New York plants. Chicago has more than $30,000,000 Invested in its water system. Boston. $15,000,000; Bal timore. $13,000,000; Cincinnati. $10.- 000,000; St. I,ouis. $20,000,000; Phila delphia, $35,000,000: Pittsburg. $3,000.- 000; Newark. $10,000,000; Milwaukee, $5,000,000; San Francisco. $Jo.uoo.wu; Cleveland. $10,000,000: New Orleans. $'..000,000; Providence. $6,000,000. John Krug Rerarrested on New Charge Special to The Herald.- SAN ANTONIO. Tex.. April 1. John Krug. charged with embezzling $10,000 fmn tho Wolla-Farrn Exnress com pany at Escalon. Mexico, and who was released from custody ny tne reaerai authorities Saturday as wired The uuaii at tVi a time vki rearrested bv state authorities in the afternoon too late to be published In The rieraia on that date. He Is this time charged with "embez zlement of over $50 and bringing em bezzled money Into the United States." and although he no longer runs a risk of being extradited to Mexico, he must stand trial here on the charge. Krug was released on the grounds that the charge of embezzlement was not embraced in the official Mexican category of crimes, the only thread which his attorneys made th efight on. They were decided against all the way up the iine. in Justice, district, and state appellate courts and before the Tnitiui state. vmmlu:inner and dis trict Judge, but were sustained by the The legal ngm was a sirong one, iia ullo.Parn PrnrMa rnmnanv em I IIC V - V a M Bv m - ployed additionel counsel to assist in every court where It was taken up. Policemen Suspended in Wew Orleans Special to The Herald. krw ORLEANS. March 30 A sen cut inn of ereat uroDortions was created et police headquarters this afternoon. uhon tt loakoH nut that officers hieh in command had been charged before the police board with neglect or duty, ana that all of them would ue suspenueu from duty. An effort was made to keeD the mat ...ist Kut whore an manv are in volved, it was impossible to cover up the affair. Those who are under charges, are wn nniains five sereeants. and six mrnnrals. The charge is neglect of duty be cause of their alleged failure to sup r.ixa intterv shons. and gambling houses. Some time ago the board of police commissioners issued an oraer to the effect that the board would hold to account every one who iatiea to put . . M .A. 1 a stop to violations oi me u. Chief of Detectives Flotte and some nf his officers arrested a numoer oi lottery violators. Because of these ar rests, the officers on the beat were barged with neglect of duty, before the police board, and at tne last meet in r each of them was adjudged guilty and was fined ten days pay. They also lost their pay during tne time mat mey were suspended. Chief Gaster goes a step further. He has preferred charges against all of the day officers In precincts where lottery tihops were found. j A WOMAN'S AWFUL PERIL. mtiiw. ia nnlT nna chance to save your life and that Is through an opera tion, were tne startling woras u by Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime Ridge. Wis. from her doctor after he had vainly tried to cure her of a frightful ease oi stomach trouble ana yeiiow jaunuica. fjAii atones had formed and she con stantly grew worse. Then she began to use Electric Bitters wnicn wnouy cured her. It's a wonderful Stomach. Live and Kldnev remedy. Cures dys pepsia. Loss of Appetite. Try It. Only &o cents. uuaraniee. ror W. A. Irvin A Co. SEMI ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE MORMON CHURCH, Salt Lake. April 5th. 6th. and 1th. The Santa Fe Route will sell tickets for this meeting, March 31st ar.d April 1st. EI Paso to Salt Iake and re turn. $43.05. limited for return sixty davs from date of sale. J .S. Morrison. City Passenger Agt FOOD CHANGED TO POISON. Putrefying food In the lntensltlne produces enecta like those of arsenic but Dr King's New Life Pills expel th poisons from clogged bowels, gently, easily, but surely, curing Constipation Btlllousness. Sick Headache, Fevers II T I Vlrina and nnwe.1 troubles j Only 25 cents, at W. A. Irvin 4b Co's. 7 UOUDic uauy oc rviwu IS MAINTAINS O BV THS FROM FROM NEW ORLEANS MEMPHIS TO TO MEMPHIS ' CAIRO ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS EVANSVILLE CHICAGO LOUISVILLE PEORIA CINCINNATI EVANSVILLE CHICAGO CINCINNATI PEORIA LOUISVILLE AND FROM ST. LOUIS TO CHICAGO 3 EXCURSION SLEEPING CARS FROM NEW ORLEANS i- huIm uul Thnrd.T for LouIbtII I. and II wnMMI. una mwmrw nMarar iw ... .. . rriTins at Naw Orlaana on th. BouUkarn fwtlM San Franclaoo and Lo. Anoalaa. . Pullman Slsaping Cars. Butlet-Llbrary-Inwlilng Carr and Dining Cars on inrougn irain. P.rtlm.l.r of aasnta of tha IlUnoia Oantral and couMoUni linaa. or by addr.ilna C. R. RYAN. Tr. Pa'r ilgsnt San Antonio. Tokss. A. II. HANSON. G. I. A., Chicago. DU FROM TO THE nortl) and a$t THS EFFCOTIVC MARCH IO, 1901. ANNOUNOES THE OOMPLETION OF ITS Red River Division To DENISON and SHERMAN TEXAS. It Shortens the Distance. It Opens Hew Territory. KOUTE For the North-East, Vto MEMPHIS OR ST.L0U1S la PallnuR Buffet Sleeping Cars. Thu is the Short and Quick Line, And Hours are Saved t nrtkuing Tnr TieteU f ia this Into For further Information, apply t Tick acaats at Coanactlng Una, or to J. C. Lewis, Twelitf Pro'r Aett. Austin, Tea r. towssesp, . r. t. l. st. uro SIERRA MADRE LINE .i,6.X,kP.ttM El 8o.Tet,loCasasGrandes,Chii,M3i Distance 151 Miles Opens to caplta'lata sad prospectcn he moat reaourcef ul and InvtUag aectloa oi Mexico, Oonvenleatto 4 merlcaa sad Mextcaa mnrketa. LKADIMO IRDUBTRIKS: Hlalag. LumberlBi. Stock Kalsins, harm ing sad Fruit Orowinf. UMallenl openlncala these line Tha policy of tha rtterra. Had re Uaa la to encourage at.1 foeter la every conalsMat manner all legitimate Industrie In Its territory. calcu lated to promate the welfare of tha country. Correspondence solicited. Jro. P. KaHSBV. General Manager. J, T. LOGaS. Gen rrafficAgv,, El Paao, Taxaa. and Oludad Jaarea, Mas. I CS' OLD... 1 TRAVELERS I 1 always aae the laurioaa Service of the IS Queen & Crescent Route Z the Short line te the EAST AND Z N0RIH. m THROUGH SLCIPCRS . . Shreveport to Chattanooga. J PULLMAN BUFFET SLECPCNS New Orleans to New York J Cincinnati and St. Louis. AT. M. HUNT. GEO. H. SMITH. .X A 1M. aaa. aor . ua l Mas. .. (Jojiae. tii. Niwoaumi, O4O4l40004O4)404O4)4O4O4O4 Ikl Estate and Insurance RENTS COLLECTED J FOR SALE. o 173x120 feet within three blocks of the Postoffice, $10,000. 47 feet on El Paso street, 134 feet deep, $4,000. G HORACE B. STEVENS, o o 1 4 Important "No Troub'e to Answer Questions." TAKFtf CAPK0NBALL' THE This handsomely equipped train leaves El Paso daily and runs through to St Louis without change, where direct connections are made for the north and east; also direct connections via Shreveport or -New Orleans for all points in the southeast. Latest Pattern Pullman Buffet Sleepers Elegant New Chair Cars Seats Free Solid Vestibnled Trains Throngboat - .' : t - -- 7 -i ; t .i. For descriptive pamphlet, or other information, call on or address. R. W. CURTIS, S. W. P. A., El Paso, Texas. fl SUNSET. 13 Nothing Superior to the "Sunset-Central Special1 ' or Pull man Standard and Excursion Sleeping Car Ser vice, operated via Sunset Route and its Con nections between all Points North, East, outheast and West XtatatatatatataSaSaaSatatatatatatatSI ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS S. F. B. MORSE. Pass. Traf. Mgr.. Houston. Texas. A Q LANCE AT a-w- w T j. m a w- OF MXXIOO wUl show yom th hs MU I H r lYi A V9 ICAN CENTRAL, RY. reMthaa mil of th . JLA imnortent Mints of Mexico. The tbl Mexiean Centol Ry offers most desirable resorts tor he summer (a. well as i wUw)notnbl) Guadalajara, Lake Chapala, Afuaeoallentes, which are hlh and dry where every day In the year Is pleasant and every night oo . . Sunshine and Strawberries Every Day in the Yearv ' rorrstsaaadotksrlatermatiOB. spDlyso B. J, KUHN, Commercial Arenk Kl Paso. Texas The Pecos System Pecos Valley & Northeastern Ry Co., , Peoot & Northern Texas Ry.Co.. Pecos Rlvei R. R. Co. Eatinly North of the Qurutim Liu. NEW ' ROAD OPPNIN8 A N-MI COUNTRY. New Towns! New Opportunities! Stations from Roswell east are within thirty to thirty-five hours of Kansas feed lots and no need of unloading stock in transit. Shipping stations on the line In per fect order. Portales. Jovina, Here ford and Canyon City can accommo date with feed and water 6,000 to 10,000 head of eatle each. An abundance of water! Rich soJ Cheap lands! Quick transportation and fair, honest rates. For particulars as to the various open ings In the Pecos Valley and Its neighborhood, address D. H. NICHOLS. Gen. Manager, or E. W. MARTINDELL, G. F. A P. A., Roswell. N. M. AmarUlo, Tex, ' MILLS BUILDING, LITTLE PLAZA. Gateways 4 TRAIN E. P. TURNER, - O. P. & T. A. Dallas, Tex. 4Sunset Route,, The Best SERVICE IN THE SOUTH L. J. PARKS, Q. P. T. aU Houston. land of Mexico traversed n Its ntlrety Through Train Service BETWEEN EL PASO and CAP1TAN Paso i Northeastern Railway Go. AND lLuacgonio & Sacroeato Mnt'n By. b. WHITE OAKS ROUTE. TIME TABLE NO. S. mountain Tlma) rraln Leaves El Paeo 10:30 a. m Arrives Alamotrordo 136 p.m. Arrives Oapltan &M- P- m Train Leaves Capltaa 0:00 a. ta. Arrives Alamocordo 1230 p. m. Arrives El Paso p. s. (Dailj BXCSB Madaf) Stage Connections, i . Tularoa ror Mwclero Indian a(a. zy nnA Baa Andrea, mining region. At Oarrlsoaa Foi White Oaks. Jtcartllaa alllnaa and surrounding country. at Walauv For NogaL At Oapltan For B". Stanton BaaltarlttBa. ray. Uncoln. Richard aon. Kuidoao aa bonlto country. ror lnformaW a of aay kind regarding rallroada. or t country adjacent thereto. call o or writers, BHBie a n'l Sup at Traffic Mgr., Alamogordo. H. H. ALKXANDSK tM'iQta'l r. rft . . ..;irU