EL, PASO DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, APRIL 2. 1901.
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Popular Want Medium.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
WANTED SITUATION. Two first
class Japanese cooks either for hotel
or restaurant. Address "Japanese."
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED A competent cook In pri
vate family. Address A. D. Herald.
WANTED Competent woman to go to
Cloudcroft for the summer. Apply at
residence of Mrs. J. F. Crosby. 115
FOR SALE Two hundred acres almost
aJJolnin the city of El Paso on the
south, mostly valley land for sale at
$4,000. Must be sold to settle up an
estate. Adress Cash & Lucket, Hous
FOR SALE Drug store at Hlllsboro,
N. M. Good opening for physician.
Stick and fixtures cost $2,000. will
take $1,200. Address. C. C. Miller,
Hlllsboro. New Mexico.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT A large furnished room
with bath, cheap. 904 X. Kansas St.
FOR RENT Seven room cottage with
bath. Rent. $30. Apply at 501 Wy
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at 1003
FOR RENT An elegantly furnished
front room. Nice location. Address
"D. J.," Herald office. .
THE ROOSEVELT HOUSE Mrs. J. F.
Crews, proprietress. Newly furnish
ed rooms, single or en suite, or for
light housekeeping. Hot and cold
baths. 506 Texas street.
LOST OR STOLEN.
LOST Bunch of keys, among them one
door key and small button hook.
Finder please leave at Herald office
or post office.
FOR SALE MACHINERY.
1 So Horse power boiler: in good
1 100 Horse power boiler in A. No.
1 S Ton "Consolidated" . ice ma
chine. 1 10 Incandescent Lamp Dy-
El Puo Ice ft Refrigerator Co.
FOR SALE LIVE STOCK.
FOR SALE Fifteen fine dairy cows.
Apply to A. Courchesne.
FOR SALE EGGS.
rOR SALE: Bronte turkey eggs $1.60
per setting, opposite Evergreen cem
etery. H. C. Lyter.
FOUND A bunch of keys, inquire at
FOUND A pair of eye-glasses. Inquire
at Herald office.
NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS
Thrwnnrh minmtmt dentists: all
the latest appliances for up-to-date
dentistry. Kooms iu ana il ri&ui
block, head of El Paso street. Open
evenings and Sunday 4 noons.
4 lots on Wyoming. $1,200. easy terms
3 lots on Boulevard $1,200. easy terms
Ffty lots close In a snap.
2H lota: 3 houses on Missouri. $3,150.
5 room brick, $3,500, 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.
3 lot on Texan street. $1,250.
Call and see our list of not advertised
houses and lota of all kinds.
R, I MUNSON. IJVW AND REAL ES
TATE. ROOM 1. 211H SAN AN
II. R. WOOD. REAL ESTATE, INSU
RANCE AND RENTS. PLAZA
FOR SALE Prospective business
property at surprisingly low prices.
FOR 8ALK Building lots and resi
dence in every portion or the city at
reasonable prluea and satisfactory
FOR SALE Five lota corner Montana
and Orhoa streets.
FOR SALE Five lota corner Oohoa
and Klo Clrande streets.
FOR HALE M 2-3 by 120 feet on Ore-
w street. Cine In.
FOR SALE Four lots, corner Texas
and Noble street. On El Pno and
FOR SALE Twenty-one lots on Stan
ton street, between Firth and seventh
FOR SALE Five room residence on
Myrtle avenu. Two lots price $2,'oo.
Rents $SR ner month.
FOR SALE fiO feet In block 137 Stan-
Wielimn & Coltioffham.
OFFICE IN WELLS-FARGO
You cannot afford to miss the;e bar
gains. Close in. Exclusive Sale.
$550 will buy a piece of Improved
property that is paying 28 per tent on
$125 per foot will buy 35x120 feet on
Oregon and Seonil streets. Owner In
sists on selling. This offer Is for six
25x120 feet on Oregon and Third
streets. $150 per foot. Also several pie
ces between Third ami Fourth streets,
tm Oregon for $10v and $125 per foot.
52x120 feet on Texas street, price $4.
000. Good terms. Will soon be busi
ness proierty. Wc have for sale beau
tlful residence lots, and residence hous
es In all parts of the city. Rooming
housese close in. Also many pieces of
business property on Stanton. San An
tonio, ami oil principal streets, close In
that will advance 50 ier cent iu twelve
FOR RENT New 4 room house on
FOR RENT 4 room house on W. Over
land street. '
Wielimin & CotliDjthani
JOHN A. HAPPER
REAL ESTATE MILLS BUILDING
I have for sale houses and building
lots in all parts of the city. Also
some fine Improved and partly improv
ed property. Among others:
A two story business block on Ore
eon street, near Overland, with two
stores and 19 rooms on second Boor.
A two story business block on South
Oregon street between Overland and
Second. Price $10,500.
A two story business block on Utah
street .between San Antonie and Over
land street, for $16,000.
A number of fine locations on Stan
ton. St. Louis. Texas. El Paso, and Ore
gon strcet3 at prices that will lns"-e a
gool ptoflt to investors.
An entire block of 32 lots in Pierce
Finley addition for $3,000. Easy terms
and 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. HAPPGR,
A. M. LOOM IS & CO.. REAL ESTATE
AND INSURANCE. RENTS
FOR SALE Five room brick dwelling
on Myrtle avenue, three blocks out,
owner Insists on seining.
FOR SALE Lot and a half on North
El Paso street, east front, beautiful
buidlng Rite will be sold cheap.
FOR SALE On Myrtle avenue, close
in. a bargain.
Prof, lvlson. of Lonaconing. Md.. suf
fertd terribly from neuralgia of the
stomach and indigestion tor thirteen
years and after the doctors failed to
cure him they fed him on morphine. A
friend advised the use of Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure, and after taking a few bot
tles of It he says: "It has cured me
entirely. I can't ray too much for Ko
dol Dyspepsia Cure." It digests what
you eat. For sale by H. Felnst, Camp
bell & Giayson.
BIRDS AND WILD ANIMALS.
Parrots, German Canaile. Gold
FUh and Mexican Song Bird. We
Import our seeds direct and guarantee
them frenh. Sunflower seed tor par
rots. Bird and dog medicine. Fur
and fur rugs. Horned toads alive and
THE ZOO, 10 San Antonio St.
Counterfeit of DeWlU Witch lla-
el Salve are liable to cause blood ihIs-
ontng. Ieave them alone. The orig
inal has the name IVWIH h upon the
Ihx and wrapper. It I h.irmle and
healing salve for skin discuses. I'n-
equtUed for pile. For sale by H.
KeWxt. Campbell A Grayson.
American Plan $3.00 to $5.00 per day.
Ruronenn Plan $1.00 to $2 pe day.
43 room, bath and closet connections.
Electrle Light, steam heat, hot and cold
water In every room.
J. W. Flfher.
Kl I'mso St com laundry. Thoue 4".
Held Saturday Night and Sunday By
the Visiting Sunday School Workers,
rtuitn a lnr?a audience was Dresent on
Raturriav nieht at the Presbyterian
church on the occasion of the visit of
ihp international Sunday School work
ers who are touring the country. t
The meeting was opened witn a vocat
selection by Prof. Excel 1. He enjoys
tntlon as a sincer but un- .
fortunately he was suffering from a se
vere cold and could not ao nimseu jus
ii wna followed by Marion Law
rence, one of the visitors, who gave a
synopsis of their trip. He said they
had been out about seven weens, um
(., vhih iima thev had visited Vir
ginia. North and South Carolina. Geor
gia. Florida. Alabama. Mississippi.
Louisiana, and Texas, rrora h.1 raso
zona, southern and northern Califor
nia, and back by the northern route.
Tk rii.w-t rr the trio was to stimulate
Sunday school work al lover the coun
try by attending the principal conven
tions and through the stale organixa
itnn nnrfect the Sunday school meth
ods. Other members of the party
spoke on the subject of Sunday scnooi
Mr an.l Mrs. Hamill and Prof Ex-
cell remained over Sunday in El Paso.
while the others continued meir inp
in order to keep their engagements In
Albuqurque. Mrs. Hamill made a talk
to the children at the Presbyterian
church Sunday morning and had a con
ference with the primary teachers re
lative to their work. Prof. Hamill
gave a short talk at 4 o'clock at the
same place on the subject of teachers'
Domingo. Manquera. aged 65 years,
died at "12 South Stanton street yes
terday, and was buried in Concordia
ritm-Lw Frederick Hardy, aged 40
veers, died yesterday on South El Paso
street. He was a Canadian by uirtn.
but lived in Minneapolis, where he
in disimtcher. He had
leen a sufferer from Iiriiiht's disease
for some time, and bad bet-n traveling
through the Southwest in search of
health. Ho was accompanied by his
wife and she Is still here with the body
waiting for instructions from his rel
atives. They came up from the City
of Mexico a week ago.
Miss Jessie Forbes, aged 2S. died
in this cltySaturdaynight. She was
accompanied here by her paients and
.niiulti nltAllt tven WMlfA H PO She W88
suffering from injuries sustained by
falling from a horse and her death was
the result.. The relatives left with the
body last night for their home In
MR. GREY'S ASSETS' AFTER THE
From Galveston News.
Wills Point. Texas. In Saturday's
evening mail Mr. Eph Gray, whose
house was entirely destroyed by the
cyclone on the 9th. received a letter
wnich was in a trunk In his house on
that fatal day. A short note Inclosed
stated that the letter had been picked
up by the sender, a Mr. Fletcher, two
miles north of Miller Grove, in Hop
kins county. fifty miles distant.
Aside from the effects of the water, the
letter was none the worse for its long
trip through the air. A piece of the
trunk in which the letter had been
along with wearing apparel, was found
about three hundred yards from the
spot on which his house stood. These
two fragments are all so Tar beard
from of the trunk and Its contents.
This house was literally swept off the
face of the earth. AH of Mr. Grey's
household effects so far recoverde or
identified could be hauled off in a
wueel barrow, and yet his wife and child
who were in the bouse at the time, es
caped alive, although severely Injured
The stomach controls the situation
Those wbo are hearty and strong are
those who can eat and digest plenty of
food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
what you eat and allows you to eat all
the fowl you want. If you suffer from
indigestion, hecrtburu. belching, or any
other stomach trouble, this preparation
can't help but do you gool. The most
sensitive stomachs cat. take it. For
sale by II. Fcist. Campbell & Grayson.
FOOD CHANGED TO POISON.
Putrefying food in the intensltlnet
produces enects like those of arsenic.
but Dr King's New Life Pills expel the
poisons from clogged bowels, gently.
easily, but surely, curing Constipation
Btlliousnesa. Sick Headache, Fevers,
all Liver. Kidney and bowel trouble.
Only 25 cents, at W. A. Irvln Co a.
Like Oliver Twist, children ask for
more when given One Minute Cougn
Cure. Mothers endorse It highly tor
croup. It quickly cures all coughs and
cold and every throat and lung trouble
It is a specific for grippe and asthma
and hns long been a well known rem
edy for whooping cough. For sale by
I, Felsst, Campbell i Grayson.
FINEST OPAL IN TIIK WOULD FOR
I .oikIimi Maurice Lyons, u lawver of
tjuocnslaud. intends to gie King Kd-
waid what Is believed to be the largest
and finest opal In the world. It I es
timated to Ite worth upwards of CS0.-
000, and Mr. Lyons desires that it
should be set In the king's regalia of
the Australian federation. It I oval
in shape, two I no bos long and an inch
and a half deep and weighn 2.'rt karats.
hen found In Oneensland It was an
Inch longer but It was broken In the
process oi removal.
The Hrltish house of common has
t3tt me in bent each representing 000
people and ISO square miles of terri
tory. The new house of representa
tive will have 3S member, each rep-
resenting 1i4.1S people and over aOOO
nquare mile of territory. The lower
house of the German assembly con
tain S7 member, each representing
32 .otto people.
Everything Indrug at Campbell A
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Those Beautiful Cut Out Carved Belts.
Originally Sold at $1.00. $1.25 and $1.50,
We expect a gross of New Style, in Colored Leather, by next week,
and will sell these in stock AT COST in order to make room for display.
Silk Bull Fight Handkerchiefs, 25c each 1
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HAS LIVE EXPERIENCE
Old Li Hung Chang Had a
Graft in on the Graphite
Mines, and Saved the Day.
"If it hadn't been for Ll Hung
Chang my chance of getting out of
China would have been mighty poor.
said William Adams as he sat in the
Hotel Sheldon lobby last evening. "I
was 1500 miles up in the interior In
the Sze Chiang province when the Pe
kin trouble begun. The company I
was with, the Eastern Pioneer Co.. held
the mining rights for 60.000 square
miles In Sze Chiang, including a lot of
the richest graphite properties in the
world. Ll Hung Chang had cast an
anchor to windward by retaining one-
fourth of the capital stock of the com
pany when the concession was granted
so he could well afford to take an In
terest in the mines.
"We had known for a year that there
was likely to be trouble by the way
members of the Long Knife society
were acting. They finally got together
a mob of a thousand or so and tried
to stop our annual shipment from
Kiang. There were as many women
in the mob as there were men and the
women were very considerately pushed
to the front, the crowd seeming to feel
sure that Americans would not touch
them. We got our shipment out after
dark having first fooled the mob by
starting a decoy pack train down an
other road. We never heard of the de
coy train again.
"We had many evidences like this
that the people who were perfectly
friendly a year before had come to be
very much on edge and we stuck to
the mines as long as possible, not being
able to do much of anything else. Then
one day the Chinese local authorities
seemed to be poked up by a higher
power. One hundred Chinese soldiers
were sent to the mine as our escort
and we were assured of safe conduct
to the coast."
Mr. Adams was asked for his views
as to Mark Twain's flare-up with the
"Twain has rather the best end of
it," said Mr. Adams. "If It hadnt been
for injudicious actions of the mission
aries there would have been no trouble
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PACK
The Pack Was Said By a British Sol
dier to Serve Him as a Bible. Prayer
Book, and Almanac.
Would you please send me the "Bib
lical History of a Pack of Cards." for
instance: The four kings represent
the four kings in the. Bible, the four
queens representing those in the Bible,
etc. D. W. R.
According to the story, which ap
peared at least as early as 1773. Rich
ard I-ane. a private in the Forty-second
Foot, the "Klack Watch." of the
British army, was brought before the
mayor tlord provost) of Glasgow,
charged with playing cards during di
vine service. He said that he had no
Bible or prayer book, and was using
his pack of cards instead -of the more
regular book. He was directed to ex
plain what he meant, and answered:
"When I see the ace. It reminds me of
the one God; the deuce recalls the
father and the son; the tray, the three
persons of the Trinity. The four spot
reminds me of the four evangelists; '
the five, of the five wise virgins, thei
six. of the days of creation, and the
-even, of the seventh day. the Sabbath: I
the eight recalls the righteous persons
m tne am: me nine, me ungraieiui le
pers; the ten. the commandments. The j
klna suggests the King of Heaven: the
queen, the Queen of Sheba who sought
wisdom from Solomon. The knave "
here he hesitated, hut being urged went
on: "Tne Knave stands ror me con
stable who arrested me" The
mayor lnterreuptd to remark that the
t unstable seemed to have been a fool,
even though not a kuave. The soldier
continued: "There are SHii pips in the
pack, which recall the dnys of the ye-r;
liny-two cards, one ror eacn ween;
twelve face cards, one for each month.
and the thirteen tricks represent the
number of weeks In a quarter. Thus
the pack of cards srves a a Bible, a
prayer book, and an almanac. New
Their promptness and their pleas
ant effects make DeWttt w Little Early
Isera most popular little pills wherever
I hey are known. They are simply per
fect for liver and bowel troubles. H.
Felsst, Campbell & Grayson.
The lingering coug hfollowlng grippe
calls for One Minute Cough Cure. For
all throat and lung trouble this I the
onlv harmless remedy that gives Imme
diate result. Prevent consumption.
For sale by 11. Felsst. Campbell
Ask for "EL PASO TRANSFER." the
best S cent CIGAR on the m ket.
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- A KIN CURIO CO.
CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO.
II I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I 1 1 II 1
Special to The Herald.
WILLIAMS. Ariz.. April 1. The last
four days of March have been qaite
stormy, snowing most of the time.
though melting quite rapidiy. verifying
the old adage. "Comes in like a lamb,
goes out like a lion." .
The scheme between Dr. E. E. Perria
and the Santa Fe Railway company,
aided by people in the Salt river val
ley, "who think tne Colorado river and
all other streams in northern Arizona
empty into the Salt river." has fallen
through. Dr. Perrln owns' about 25.
000 acres, none of which is timbered
sufficiently for merchant use. the Santa
Fe Pacific owns every even section
along the road in Arizona and New
Mexico, extending seven miles on each
side of the track, a portion of which is
timbered heavily. They were at the
point of sale to the government for $3
per acre. Dr. Perrin wished to sell all
of his. while the railroad company only
cared to sell the land not timbered. A
delegation was sent to Washington
from this county. J. C. Phelan. chair
man of the board of supervision from
this city, and two others from Flag
staff; they met Attorney E. S. Clark.
of Flagstaff, who was In Washington oa
legal buslnesss, and to Mr. Clark the
principal of the credit is due for de
feating the sale and ine suosequent
forcing of all cattle, horses and sheep
out of northern Arizona as it was stat
ed the government intended making
the northern part of Arizona a gigantic
reserve. Mr. Clarke deserves the life
long gratitude of every citizen in this
section of the territory for protecting
their interests and of the government
for preventing their buying over a mil
lion acres of worthless lands that had
been misrepresented to them as being
valuable timber lands. .
In anticipation of this sale the Santa
Fe has bad seven corps of surveyors
working in the fields north of here
since last September preparing for this
sale. Mr. W. O. Owens, of Utah, has
also been Inspecting the work for the
government so that in case the deal
went through that much would be
ready to turn over without delay.
The Eastern Star mine, owned by
Flagstaff parties, of which J. W. Fran
cis is principal share holder, has bee a
bondede to a Duluth. Minn., syndicate
through the efforts of a Mr. Barbour of
Chicago, a man of twenty years' ex
perience in mining. This property
gives great promise, and a copper mine
being fifty-nine miles north of Wil
liams and one and one-half mile frem
the end of the Santa Fe and Grand
Canon railway and some ten miles front
the rim of the Grand Canon. Immedi
ately below the rim something like 2.
000 feet, there is a very extensive rich
vein of copper in sight, the syndicate
will sink a shaft to this body and work
it for all it is worth. This property te
expected to be as large, a produeer'as
the Jerome mine as son as suffteieat
work is done to enable them to work
to advantage. Perhaps two years wlH
be required to run enough drifts ,4a
work a large body or men. A car ef
surface ore from the Eastern Star ham
assayed 30 per cent.
The Anita Mining company, wasps
principal owners are W. R. and J. H.
Page, of Rutland. Vt.. will also iiprk
this promising copper property, oa tha
same nlans as the Eastern Star, com
mencing within tne next month. Ta,ey
have the advantage of being directly
on the S. F. & G. C. road. 47 miles
north of Williams.
Mr. Barbour haatbout completed ar
rangements for buying the smelter
erected by Lombard. Goode & Co.,
some thre eyears ago, but has never
been operated. It has a capacity of 10
tons daily, and will be able to save a
hf avy expense in shipping the untreat
SALISBURY'S EARLY RETIREMENT
FROM THE PREMIERSHIP IS
LONDON. April 1. The condition of
Lord Salisbury was much improved at
noon. His speedy recovery is predict
ed bv physicians.
LONDON. April 1. While ; Salis
bury's condition continues favorable
this afternoon. Lis early retirement
from the premiership is being openly
CUDAHY DENIES THAT THERE IS
A PIJVN ON FOOT TO CONTROL
PACIFIC FISH BUSINESS,
CHICAGO. April 1 John Cudahy de
clares that there la absolutely no foun
dation for the report that a thirty mil
lion dollar corporation I being formed
to control the lclnc coast fish busi
ness. The Alaska leakers' association, of
which he Is president, will not dis
pose of Its holding under any circum
stances, INTELLIGENT SEAI.S.
Little Let tatter visiting the Zoo
"Say. Pop. tan y.u tell me why sear
eat fish on Friday?"
,!logan, (In surprise) "Sure, they
donX do they?"
Little Le. "They certainly do."
Hogan "Well. Oi tslways heard that
they wor th' most Intitllgent av all ani
mal, an now Ol helave It." Iick.
See that you gt the original !e
Witt Witch Haael Salve when you ask
for It. The genuine Is a certain cure
for piles, sores and skin diseases. H. '
Felsst, Camplcll & Grayson.
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