El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 276, Ed. 1 Friday, November 19, 1897 Page: 2 of 4
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1HE DAILY HERALD
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 19 1897.
PUBLISHED KVKKY EVENING Except Sunday
Entered at the postofUce at El Paso Texas
M mall matter of the second class.
TERMS OF 8UBSORIPTION.
flatly one year........ ........... ........ .......(7 00
Dally six "i-""!" 3 BO
Daily thre tnoDtha ........................ 1 75
Dally one month. . .. 60
Weekly one year ........... . 2 00
Weekly six mnnt.hs 1 00
Weekly three months 60
The Dah-T Herald is delivered by carrier
n El raao. Texas and Jnarei. Mexico at 16
Vents per week or 60 cents per month.
Subscribers failing to get The Hekaij reg-
h.arlyor promptly should notify Thi Hbr-
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S'r5 P"AJ I fully prepared to do all
lth2d"liMn a!d facb printing In a
THE WEEKLY HERALD.
A large eight page paper giving the
'oeal events of the week published
very Saturday. Just the paper to
end friends for information regard-
ing El Paso. Price S2.00 per yesr-
ix mon.hs SI.OO.
Sinck our new tariff lav went into
effect the Canadians are agitating vio-
lently for reciprocity.
Thk bitter war between the German
and Czech factions in Austria may yet
lead to the downfall of that govern-
ment. A SiNQLE'shaver of government pa-
per recently lost $.0000 in bi:ying
fraudulent Creek Indian warrants at
1)2 cents on the dollar.
Indications in Washington teed to
the probability of an early reopening
of negotiation) for the adoption of a
treaty of arbitration between the Unit-
ed Statas and Great Britain.
Thk balance in favor of the Ucited
States in its trade with England was
grea'er last year than at an time
previous during the la;t fifteen years
if not than any pravicui year.
The: executive committee of the
National Sound Money league has
issued an address in which it expresses
the belief that international bimetallism
as a world possibility is dead.
The supreme court of the United
States has affirmed five judgments ol
the state supreme court of Virginia
against the Southern Express company
for overcharges as a common car-
rier. The receipts under the Dingley law
continue to increase month by month
and it seems likely that the prediction
that it will meet all running expenses
of the government after January will
STIL.L the republican strength in
the south continues to grow aad the
latest and moat notable addition to the
list is the prospective successor of
Arthur P. Gorman ia the senate of the
The Wheeling Iron and Steel opera-
tors of Ben wood Ohio have voluntar-
ily agreed to iccrease the wages of
their 2000 employes ten per cent. It
is fcu h announcements as this that ex
asperate the calamity howlers.
October t ho wed a lees number of
failures than almcst any month in the
past four years despite Mr. Bryan'
recent assertijn that the first six
months of McKiulevUm were the mos
disastrous in tha history of the coun
It is real mean in the financial news
papers to go on 6aying that October
was the best business month in fou
years when Mr. Bryan was just saying
that the first six moQths of McKinley
ism were the worst the country had
Thk report comes from Washington
that in the late Maryland election d
votes properly distributed would have
returned Mr. Gorman to the senateand
the country may be thankful that the
39 votes were not on hand to be prop
Cubans and Cuban sympathizers are
still waging a relentless war against
General Weyler whereas General
Blanco and the Spanish cabinet are
preparing to wace an equally reientf
less war against them unless they sur
render and accept autonomy.
The 55th congress had a larger num
oer of republicans from the touth than
was before elected to any congress
from that section. And now the 56'.h
congress is to have an addition to the
southern republican strength by an
Other republican senator from Mary
Several states notably Maine and
California a-e aziiating for the passage
of a law for the punishment of nervous
hunters who get the buck ague and
kill their hunting companions or any
one else who may be detected going
through the woods within ranga of
The prospect of a stiff opposition to
the sugar trust being inaugurated
about the first of January next will be
hailed with delight by the purchaFing
millions. The five years contract be-
tween the Hawaiian sugar planters
and the trust will expire at that time
and it is said -that 150000 tons of sugar
not under the control of the trust will
then be placed on the market in this
Teaching Thrift to the Youug1.
The Dumber of minors who become
depositors in the postal banks of coun-
tries having the system in operation is
very large. It is principally for the
purpose of encouraging children to
save that provision is made for stamp
ln Great Britain for instance the
smallest deposit which will be received
and entered in a passbook is 1 BbiUincr
or 24 cents. However smaller amounts
may be saved by stamps. A child wi'h
a penny may buy a stamp and affix it
to a card. When this card con-ains
twelve stamps it can be deposifed as a
shilling and the depositor is entitled
to receive a passbook. This arrange-
ment makes the institution very
popular among the children and is so
convenient as to stimulate them to
make use of its advantages. In addi-
tion the schools are frequently made
use of as ag-eDcies of the postal bank
for tbe co' lection of saviDgs. The
teachers receive the deposits of the
children and turn them over to the
postal bDk authorities. Belsrium is
one of the countries in which the
activities of the saviegs bank are ex-
tended to the schoolroom. Out of 7447
primary schools inclusive of infant
schools and the schools of primary in-
struction attached to educational insti-
tutions of other classes there were
47l8 which took part in tbe savings-
bank business. The number of chil-
dren in those schools possessing deposit
books a9 154192 of whom 86309 were
boys and 67.8S3 were girls. Including
tbe schools above primary grade there
were according to a recent report
5056 schools of all kinds in which 200-
847 pupils had saved 3734402 francs.
Most of the schools of Belgium there-
fore it may besid tea'.-h thrift-and
-ccnomy with their instruction in the
elements of education.
The spectacle of the postofli oe of a
country being used as a means for
teaching the young the value of saving
ard inculcating in them habits that
will be of great use to them in later
life should make every thoughtful per-
son an advocate of postal savings
banks. Chicago Record.
An American Innovation.
Out-of-door of t London shoe black
stands which have existed
in the United States almost since the
day of Ge rga Washington havs re-
cently been introduced into the met-
ropolis and the innovatim is regarded
as so remarkable one tint the pat-
roniziosr of the ttaics has become a
fad and the papers are devoting long
paragraphs to the fubj-ict. The adop-
tion of this Americ in institution is
due to tbe Central Red Shoe Black
Society founded forty -six years ego to
make provision for honest employment
for friendless and homeless lads The
.ourt of Common Council aad the sub-
ordinate municipal bodies of the met-
ropolis ha e given permissioa for the
erection of chair s'nds back from tbe
sidewalks of a number of streets and
aiso U-v the building of booths in the
centtr of la-ge spaces where three or
four reads come together and where
this can be done without interfering
with the congested stita of metropoli-
tan Vf hicuhv and pjdestrian traffic.
Physcliology of Conversion
Yes'erday was the closing day of the
Na'ior al Baptist congress a. Ch-caeo
and the debates in which will
furnish materia' for discussion within
and without the denomination for a
considerable time to come. Today's
session was devoted tD tbe reading of
papers and addresses upan tt e Pfcys-
cuology of Conversion among those
taking a promireut part bring Prof.
Noah K. Davis of the university of
Virzinia Prof But'er of the Colby
univereitv of Wa'erville Me. Prof.
W. S. Kyland of Kentucky and Pres.
J. H. Harris of the Lewisburg Pa.
university. This afternoon after ad
dresses on tbe "Power of tbe Cro-s on
the Life of the Believer" by the Rv.
Dor aid McLaurin of Detroit and Rsv.
J. r. Dickinson of New Jersey the
congress will be brought t an end
with impressive iarewe:i services.
Judge Sheldon of the superior court
of Massachusetts has decided that the
Theosophical society of the City of
Boston must pay taxes on its realty.
The society had appealei from the tax
assessment on the ground that it was
a religious society and therefore ex
empt tinder the laws of the state. It
is understood that the society will car-
ry the case to the full bench of the
supreme court and should the decision
of the lower court be sustained the
matter may ba brought before the
federal supreme court so that for the
first tirte in tbe history of th:s country
is highest court is likely in the near
fut'ire to be called upon to define just
what constitutes a re'iious denomina
Work has begun cn a new elevator
for Jockush & Co. of Gilveston
capacity 5000 bushels. It is intended
for handling of low grade grain and
will furnish faoillties rrBt heretofore en-
ojed by that port. The other elevators
handle only grain which has passed
munces in dnuhla hpR-llnp that. .Tnr)m 1
Rantz had rp.fricrnad nn l rmilt. nf thn '
charges preferred in the Republican i
.Ml weeK. I
AND HIS NEW CHAINLESS SAFETY
A Washington dispatch says: There
is now in sight the information of a
greater and more remunerative mono-
poly than any of the gigantic trusts
heretofore organized to control a
specific industry. This new combina-
tion o capital will seek to obta!n pos-
session of tbe gilsonite or asphaltum
beds of Utah easily the most va'aable
in tbe world. There is in right for
this new monopoly the acquisition of
property worth hundreds of millions.
Tbe representatives of a wealthy
New York syndicate and the agents of
tbe St. Louis corporation cow engaged
in the gilsonite trade are preparing to
struggle for th!8 fabulous stake. The
cost of the land under the mineral
laws or fold in the usual way by the
government would be but a trifle com-
pared with profits. Congress is ex-
pected to stand batween this new trust
and tbe peopl but the only alternative
in eight seems to ba government owner-
ship and there is little hope of salva-
tion from that sonroe.
Evaded the Law.
A curious ca-e of smuggling on the
Mexican border lines was dircovered
recently by government officials at
Nogales Ariz. and equul'y curious ac-
tion has bsen taken to suppress it. Oa
May 6 last land about Nogales was
declared subject to entry and among
those who tjok advantage of the right
was a man who made a townsite selec-
tion directly on the international bor-
der lice and immediately erected a
lirge bouse thereon with doors onbsth
sides. By this mems according to of-
ficial reports the las were evaded by
backing up teams loaded with Mexican
goods to the rear dor of t'je house
which did not rt quire crossing the
line and the goods were the-i taken out
of the doors oa the American side and
carried away. The case whs reported
by the collector of customs and he ask-
ed thai ro town site be allowed unless
there was a street set auart along the
bcrdtr to prevent this evasi'n.
Lying in the Graveyard.
'Tis not the de ad alone that lie
In the graveyards s.ili and drear;
To J often do the tombstones tell
What isn't true I fear.
The western range cattle season is
nearing an end and the decrease of
some forty odd thousand f . oai last year
which in turn was 100000 from tbe
year previous shows no si?ns o.' being
made up. Many of the large shippers
ard through aad Scores of the sma.ler
t nes have finished. After another
week or so tae teasjn of 1897 will be
over with a heavy shortage as com-
pared with last season. Chicago Drov
How to Prevent Uroup.
Some Reading that will prove in
teresting to young mothers. How to
guard against the disease-
Croup is a terror to young mothers
and to post them concerning the cause
first symptoms and treatment is the
object of tais item. The origin of
croup is a common cold. Children who
are subject to it take cold very easily
and croup is almost sure to ioUow
The first symptom is hoarseners; th;s
is soon followed by a peculiar rough
cough which is easily recognized and
will never be forgotten by one who
has heard it. The time to act is when
the child first become hoarse. If
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is freely
given all tendency to croup will soon
disappear. Even after the croupy
cough has developed it will prevent
the attack. There is no danger in
giving this remedy for it contains notb
ing- injurious. For sale by all drug
Mrs. L. James the noted medium
has just arrived here and may be con'
fculted on all affairs of life at 200 Chi
huahua street. Locates minerals and
bidden treasures. Diagnoses diseases
wniie under control.
The wife of Mr. Leonard Wells of
East Bnmneld Mass. bad been suffer'
ing from neuralgia for two days not
being able to sleep or hardly keep still
when Mr. Holden the merchant there
sent her a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and asked that she give it
a thorough trial. Oa meeting Mr
Wells the next day he was told that
f-he was all right the piin had left her
within two hours and that the bottle
of Pain Balm was worth $5.00 if it
could not be had for less. For sile at
50 cent per bottle by all druggUts.
Sunset Limited "East Bound'
leaves I Pso Wednesdays and Satuf
dys at 12:00 o'clock noon city time
West" Bound arrives Mondays and
Thursdays at 4:30 p m. city time.
Call t Texas & Pacific city office for
tickets and turtner information.
Cure all liver ills biliouH-
tjess headache sour stom-
ach Indigestion constipa-
tion. They act easily with
out pain or grip. Sold by all drugfrliti. JS ecnta
?Ui only i'illi W tak witb Jluod'i -Sariatiarllls
THE EW KHALiXT FOR CONSUMPTION
CATARRH AND BRONffliTiS.
Doctor Glass who has spent the last
three years in the -west testing his
wocderful Icha'aat in the different
clima'es and altitudes will be here
during the winter months to give his
treatment a finl test. ' The doctor
after treating more than three hun-
dred patients feels perfectly safe in
mabi'ig tbe statement that he can
positively cure in the first stages 80
per cent second stages 60 per cent
and third stages 30 per cent. The
proof of the permanent cure is they
cn live in all parts of tbe United
States after or even during treat-
ment with no bad resuts. Dr. Glass
asks ro one to take bis statement. All
te asks from the most sceptical is to
give tbe treatment a trial or investi-
gate. Medical men are especially in-
vited to call and investigate and if
tie decor can not convince them that
he has covered all points laid down by
Dr. Thompson of New York city the
doctor will quiet'y acknowledge it and
say to the public h'.s treatment is a fail-
ure. Otherwiie the medical meo for
the sake of po ir sutT-.rinar humanity
should either recommend tbe treat-
ment or at least keep silent. The pro-
fession says why not be professional
with the treatment. Answer simply
bicause the profession wont acknowl-
edge any thing it is unable to do it-
self. Dr. Thompson and other leading
men of the profesrion eay if ai Inhal-
ant can be discovered that possesses
the following qualities tuberculosis
can be cured: First it should be
strongly antiseptic. Second it should
not be injurious to the lung tissue or
its orya-im. Third it should pos
sess a pie tsant taste and smell. Fourth
it must not produce niusea or loss of
appetite if usd for a considerable
time. It has been proven beyond
drubt the JNew unemical inhalant pos
sesses all these qualities. Withconstitu
tional remedies restoring the general
health there is no reason why con
tumo'i n can not be cured. A tbor
ough examination with a full descrip
tion of tr e treatment free. Office 501
Mesa avenue Ei Paso.
P. S. No one is askad to take the
treatment but those des ring to toe
charges w 11 bo reasonable. The doc
tor is rictiving letters from all parts
r f the country ask in? for treatment
and tbe great improvement a'so let
ters from eld patients etatirg absolute
immuii'y after discontinuance of the
treatment for months. Office 501 Mesa
avenue. Office hours 10 tD 4.
The ancient Greeks believed that the
Penates weie tbe gods who attended to
the welfare and j.ros(;erity of the family.
Tbey were wo shipped as household
gods in every home. The household god
of tuday is Dr. King s New Discovery.
Forcousuinp ioa coughs colds and for
all affectioLS of ttroit chest and lur.gs
it is invaluable. It has been tried for
a quarter of a century and is guaran-
teed to cure or money returns.
No household should bo without this
good angel. It is pleasant to take and
a safe and sure remedy for old and
young. Free trial bottles W. A.
Irvin & Co s. drugstore. Regular size
50-. and $1.00.
Southern Pacific Excursions.
The Southern Pacific management
takes pleasure in announcing- the re
sumption of tourist car service between
El Paso and Oakland pier twice a
week leaving El Paso Motdavs and
Saturdays at 3:35 p. m. arriving Oak-
land pier evening of third day; and
leaving Oakland pier Wednesdays and
rriaavs at tf:zs a. m. arriving El Paso
at 1:30 p. m. on Fridays and Sundays.
A new through sleeping car line
from Houston to St. Louis has been
estabished via Houston & Texas Cen
tral; Houston to Ennis Texas; Texas
Midland Ennis to Paris. Texas: and
St. Louis and San Francisco; Paris to
St. Louis leaving Houston at 9:00 a.
m. reaching St. Louis at 7:40 p. m. the
x. uj. hunt Oom'l. Agent. El Paso.
Harry Turner City Ticket Agent
G W. Bein Traf . Mgr. Houston Tex.
Li. j. i arks ass t. uen. Psgr. Sc Tkt.
Agt. .Houston Tex.
Sierra JIadre Koute to the Yaqui Gold
Take the R. G S. M. & P.
Ry for Casas Grandes San Buena-
hfrntura and ti e Yaoui eol(i fiel.is.
Trains leave Ciudad Juarez Mondays
Wednesdys acd Fridays at 8:30 a. m. i
arrive ciudad Juarez Tuesdavs.
Thursdays and Saturdavs at 4:30 p. m.
Mxico C'ty r time. Depot .-ODDO&ite
Mexican Central passenger dpot
I j . X. LOGAN
. Gen'l Traffio Agent.
Mining Location Blanks for 8! at
Our Great November Sale
bast opportunity of the
year to do your shopping-
Farg-ains in everything".
New and stylish goods
For 50 cents
We place on sale this week
a French Fitting- Ladies'
Vest shaped at the waist;
made of choicest Fleece silk
taped. Pants to match
....FOR 25 CENTS...
We are selling- a Child's
Ribbed Vest natural color
fleece through; or the
price would be double:
Here is a range of Children's Under-
wear for your inspection:
lOa 25c. 40c. 55c
15c. 30c. 45c. 60c.
20c. 35c. 50c.
221 San Antonio St
EL PASO DAIBY CO.
Fine Milk Cream But
termilk Clabber and
TELEPHONE 156 P. 0. BOX 205
Order of the Drivers of the Deliv
ery Wagons Smith's Creamery
Telephone 156 or by mail P. 0. Box
J. A SMITH. Mgr.
TUB1 T A T'U'QT1 New Tork Pari and
We solicit your dressmaking patronage
being prepared to render prompt and satls-
rac ory ser trice.
SPECIALTY OF WEDDING TROUSSEAU
MRS. W" S. 8TANDISH.
Mills Building. Opposite Plaza.
El Paso Marble Agency.
J. E. NAG LEY Mgr.
Scotch Barre and Texas Granites.
Polished Columns Monuments Etc
Samples on exhibition at Caldwell Un
dertaking Parlors 305 El Paso St.
The Travelers' Home.
MRS. N. STCfPI Proprietress.
With Massage and Medical
N. OREGON ST.
To all who intend to visit Mexico:
Commencing October 31st the time
table of the Mexican Central railway
win unaergo a cnange. un ana a'ter
that date the south bound through
passenger train will leave El Paso at
2 o'clock p. m. and tbe north bound
will arrive at 7:55 p. m. Mexican Cen-
tral time. G. A. MULliER.
Com'l Agent El Paso Texas.
For tbe next 30 Cays the Santa F
Route will have on sale low rate tickets
to all points in the east and north. Tf
you contemplate taking a trip either
p'eaaure or business it will pay you to
call on us. Information at city ticket of-
fice or depot.
F. B. Houghton J. S. Morrison
General Agent. City Pass. Agent
Pure Hygeia Ice. .
Made from distilled - water...-Aek
rour family physicir.c or druggist as to
purity and healthfulnees of our Ice; tel-
Bi. Paso lea A Rsffwox&aToa Co
M. AINS A
Grocer and Importer
113 OVERLAND STREET
Vera Cruz Cigars
i Havana Cigarettes.
There will be sold at the ens torn house at Ciudad Juarez. 51.500 Vera Cruz cigars of th
well known brand "Hoja de Oro " and 24000 packa es of Havana cigarettes
Price ot Cigars 3 cents U. S. Cnrrency. Price or Cigar ttes S cent U. S. Currency
For further information a; ply to Felipe Sejas at Ciudad Juarez.
At Springer's. All of
and must have new goods to take their places.
rr- ti. B P
lFurniture( Orookery and OetrDots.
t oan &nionio street.
Denver Omaha St. Paul
And all Northern andEastern Points
Tlrpoiagh. Trains Hast Time
Elegant Pullman Palace Sleepers on all
through trains. Daily Tourist Sleeping cars
to Denver Kansas City and Chicago. Tourist
sleeping cars semi-weekly to St. Paul Minn-
eapolis and once each week to St. Louis and
All trains not having dining oars stop for meals at the famous Santa
Route Harvey Houses.
Full Information cheerfully furnished upon application to
J. S. MORRISSON . h B. HOUGHTON
City Tickei Agent. General Agent. .
Offlo. F' " t?. fVnif v.i Paso and San Antonio SUreote.
I have used
for Consumption and can
recommend it above all others
for Coughs and Colds.
It is seHing like hot cakes.
15BECJw?nof.'25a August 31 1897.
LOOK AT THE CLOUDS FROM THE TOP
and so see the silver lining. You can -do
it from our trains. We go. above
them in places.
THE MEXICAN CENTRAL RAILWAY
with its two thousand miles of track
reaches all the principal places of in-
terest. Address the undersigned for full and reliable information:
G. A Muller Com'l Agent El Paso.
I am now prepared to do all kinds of
Transferring of Freght Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Safe Moving a
Headquarters at El Paso Stables. -
All orders promptly attended to
Phone No. 1.
XTo- ioa Santa. Fo Street
:n the Rear of Grand Central
JaUTttLi OAMFIiB HOQMS.
EL PASO TEXAS.
ADTIOTm WIT 1 01
Contribute half the effect
of a well furnished room.
Send for -------
WALL PAPER SAMPLES.
TUTTLE PAINT & G LA S CO.
San Antonio St. - - - El Paso Tex.
our old stock was burnt
TTITj T A can Tm-v A ca
El Paso Lime Works.
A. COTTRCHESNE Prop.
A CAPACITY OF 500 BUSHELS PER DAY.
Hydraulic White Lime
J)r. Oscar Wilkinson
Practice confined to Eye. Ear. None & Throat
wuauw uvuot ca Ui. Ml IB aui X MJ pt XQ
ROOMS 4 and 6 SHELDON BLOCK.
Glasses accurately fitted.
Napoleon J. Roy
The Fashionable Tailor.
SHIM BLOCK - QPPOSm POSTCffiCl
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