El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 6, 1898 Page: 2 of 4
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1HE DAILY HERALD
:o THURSDAY JANUARY 6 1898.
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING Rxcept Sunday
Entered at the poatoftlce at El Paso Texas
as mall matter of the second class.
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the latest styles. Work perfectly and
THE WEEKLY HERALD.
A large eight page paper giving the
local events of the week published
very Saturday. Just the paper to
send friends for information regard-
ing El Paso. Price S2.00 per year-
six months SI. 00.
Ostitis Btat8 Wiathir Bitsiju I
EL PASO Texas January 6. 1807.
Local Time 6:64 a. m.
Olrectlon of wind ... NW
Velocity of wind per hour fi
Bala S4 hours (lncheaand hundredths).....)) 00
Highest temperature last 24 hours.... 6"?
lowest temperature last 24 hours 29
The veterans who participated in
Sherman's campaign from Tennessee
to Atlanta and thence to the sea are
moving for a national park at Kene-
eaw mountain near Marietta Georgia-
The paragrapher of the New Orleans
Picayune gets off the following: "The
editor of the Iconoclast who is to be in
Memphis next week is a Brann new
man on the lecture platform. It is still
too warm for him in Texas."
The colored people of New Orleans
observed emancipation day with more
than usual enthusiasm and while they
denounced the lawless deeds of black-
men which lead to prejudice against
the whole raoe they al?o deplored
the lawlessness of summary punish-
ment. General. Gomez commander of the
rebel army in Cuba says be is as bitter-
ly opposed to annexation to the United
States as to the autonomy offered by
Spain. If the people of the United
States would let him severely alone for
a year or two he would come out with
Pingree the "potato mayor" at
present governor of Alichljran ana a
sort of Tillman and Altgeld combined
tnougn claiming to be-iree silver re-
publican is said to be about entering
the lists for the free silver nomination
for president in 1900. Mr. Bryan will
have to look to his laurels.
The republican governor of Mary
land has withdrawn from the senatorial
contest in that state because it was in
timated that he might use his power as
governor to secure his election to the
United States senate. It is now be
lieved that Judge McComas will be the
republican senator from Maryland.
The director of the United States
mint figurine from returns already at
hand says there is substantial evidence
that the world's production! of gold for
the calendar year 1897 will approximate
If not exceed $240000000 an increase
of nearly twenty per cent over 1896
America he says will show an increase
Tlj.Hi Hi H.jTTjl irn is all right as the
rettrrns show an increase in the reven
ues of the government for December of
more than $2500000 over those of
November and $5750000 over those
for September. The heavy stocks im-
ported just before the bill went into
effect are becoming exhausted arid a i
a result the new tariff law is beginning
to show what it can do.
Lovdon dispatches now assert that
nearly all the news from the orient
C3ncerning the movemen's of the rob-
ber nations. against China is manufac-
tured to suit the government send:ng
it broadcast; that the British and Rus-
sian officials are playing a deep game
while Germany is furnishing the fire-
works for the show and France wants
to know what it is all about.
A Kentucky farmer writes to a
Louisiana paper advising southern
farmers to plant more bemp and lees
"c6ttoh. The idvice Is doubtless good
from the stand point in which is ss
given but if the Louisiana planters
can succeed in disfranchising the ne-
gro in their forthcoming constitm'ional
convention they will have elimi nated
the negro frtfafpoiitics without the use
of hemp and hence they will probably
keep on planting cotton.
JUDGE Clark of the federal court
In Tennessee recently rendered a de-
cision against a ticket broker prevent-
in; ecalpers from interfering with
t le f pedal rat?s allowed to visitors to
the Nashville exposition in dealing in
partly used tickets gcod only to the
pnrcnarer. xno court neia tnat a
buine9s (ss tbat of a public carrier) is
j'nt much the subjeat of suit with a
r'fch'; Ki protection as ordinary; forms
of ta-j?ib'e real and personal property
and th.it every legitimate business is
not only property but the found! action
pf all property values
GOV. ASA S. BUSHNELLi OF OHIO.
Mr. Bruuner's Statement.
Mr. John Brunner toe El Paso
street merchant tailor ca'lfd on the
Herald ihis morning to make a state-
ment regarding an article that ap-
peared in the Round About colnmn of
yesterday's Herald which dealt with
a "certain tailor who has shops on bolh
sides of the river."
Mr. Brunner said: "I am the party
referred to in the article and I wish to
right a wrong statement. I want to
say in regard to differences between
myself and the Tailor's Union there is
none that I know of. A short time ago
I took a contract to make tbe police-
men's new uniforms. I bid against
parties who intended to send the suits
away and have them made and as it
resulted I had to put in a very
low bid one on which I did not ex-
pect to make any moTey. Tne
price was so low that I could not pay
union prices and come out even. I cut
the suits and carried tnem ovf-r tne
river to have them BtUched. While
the suits were being made some one
reported tbe facts to the custom offi
cials and I was notified that I would
have to pay a duty on the suits when I
brought them back but I was informed
that if I ripped them up and brousht
them back in the Fame condition I took
them over with a consular certificate
attached that the cut out suits couldbe
entered free of duty. This I did.
About this time two tailors came along
and applied for work. I agreed to pay
them $7.70 cents a suit it tney wouia
stitch them. They agreed to this and
took tbe suits to their room
on San San Antonio street aod
made them. I bad nothing whatever to
do with their room. It was no sweat
shop of mine. I simply sub let the
contract to stitch the suits and they
were delivered to me as soon as finish
ed and I want to say now that I do not
want anything to do with a sweat shop
and will Dever run one. I have always
kept union men at work in my shop
and have them working there now and
expect to let them work there as loner
as they want to. I have lost a good
deal of work by so doing aa there are
shops in this town that have always
been scab shops and with these I have
to compete and that at a disadvantage
because they will f stitch a suit for 95
while I have to pay the union price
which is $16.
"Now for the benefit of the public
regarding the police uniforms I will
say that 1 have lost money on the con-
tract for besides tbe losses I bad .in
having to rip the suits up and
bring' ng them back to this side
the actual cost of the suits were as fol-
lows: Cloth per suit $12 50
Triminrffs 4 00
Cost of stitching- 7 75
Total $24 25
The contract price was $25 per suit
so that it can be seen that for cutting
house -rent taxes eti. I received 75
cents on each suit. About this how-
ever I am not complaining as I suc-
ceeded in hiving the work done in El
Paso and it did somebody good even if
T made no profit.
Q'-In regard to myjahopsover thej-uver
1 will state that I was compelled to open
up over there in order to hold my Mex-
ican trade. For years I have been
making all the uniforms for tbe Mex-
ican Central railroad employees. I
formerly made the suit 3 on this side
Hut when Mexican money depreciated
it became impossible for the employees
to pay me 8oo for uniforms when thi
money they were receiving was only
worth 50 cents on the dollar. For this
reason I opened a shop in Juarez and
am still furnishing tne railroad em
ployees uniforms a. the same price 1
formerly furnished them. I am op
posed to sweat shops and am opposed to
sending suits away to be made-and shall
do everything in my power to break
the practice up."
A theatrical manager who tries to
keep several ballet and chorus brigades
in line has issue i an order that will
revolutionize comic opera. Me has
pos'edan edict forbidding gum chew-
log on tbe stage. The official explana
Hon given out was that a dude put a
"personal" in the newspapers of the
l r-you- lo ve-me-c he w-som e-gum-on-the'
s age-tonight" order. That evening
the entire chorus was chewing gum
and cloudn't sing. One often wonders
how the chorus girls manage to chew
gum without cracking their com
p'exions. N Y. paper.
Court Robin Hood No. 1 Forresters
of America Installed these officers for
tbe ensuing year last night: J. T. Su'-
livao C. R.; J. R. Hammond S. C. R.;
Thos. Germain treasurer; G. F. Allen
nnancial secretary; it. A wamer re
cording secretary; John Kelly S. W.
w.; w. Watson J. vv. W.; Leon
Gometz S. B.; Geo. Ceilum J. B.. M.
U. McAvov trustee; H. Thompson
physician; Fred Schaefer druggist.
The John C. Brown camD of Con
federate veterans m-rft last night in
Judge Ei wards' office and appointed
Judges Kemo; Sexton and Edwards.
Collector Davis Maj. Pewell1 and Dr
Yandell as a committee to prepare
resolutions in memory of the late Gov.
Ross of Texas. -
Judge Harper has approved of the
final report of Administratrix Bertha"
Schutz of the esta'e of Joseph Sohutz
discharged the adm'nistratrix aod
declared the affairs of 'the estate clos-
ed. Judge Walthall grants $1000 bonds
in the ease of Gypsie Davenport
charged with perjury. William A)len
aod Thomas Gray are the sureties. '
A Distinguished Party.
Governor W. Y. Atkinson of Georgia
and party passed through this city yes
terday afternoon en route to tne Jlty
oi Mexico xney were in a Mexican
Central private car and the party con-
sisted of tbe governor and wife his
daughters Mrs. R. S. Candler and
Miss Lucile Atkinson; Miss Ella
Powell of Atlanta; Editor W. A.
Knowles of tbe Rome Ga. Tribune;
P. A. Stoval of the Savannah Pres?;
a. fntnizy of the Augusta (ia Her-
ald; Dr. E. C. Davis O. J Brown and
Hon. T. A. Atkinson brother of the
The visitors were met at the depot
oy uoionei van vaizan oi tne isth in-
fantry Collector Charles Davis Cap
tain Steel and Lieutenants Lewis and
Griffitih of the 18th Editor J. S. Hart
of tbe Times Maj. W. J. Fewell' ex-
Consul Buford and others. The party
wt-re driven over the river to Juart z
where they were handsomely en-
tertained by Collector Bauehe and
son gwith an elegant reception in
the custom house parlors with dancing
music and refreshments and were
shown the local eights. The travelers
were given a warm farewell and with
every reason to appreciate the ability
of Juarez to entertain and as the train
reached Chihuahua the 15th infantry
and 11th civalry bands were at the
depo to serenade the governor of
Georgia and party. They will Bpend
three weeks in Mexico ere returning
via Eaele Pass. Governor Atkinson
said to a reporter en route to this city:
"Texas is the greatestZstate of the
world west of theJMie.-isaippi river. We
appreciate very much the reception we
have meet with-where we have been. I
am glad to he here and meet old
friends and new acquaintances. Many
of my old friends are in Texas. They
came here on account oi different mo
tives. Some came because they had to.
Others had the idea that Texas fur
nished unequaled opportunities.
'Others thought the opportunities for
holding omce were especially good
am impressed with a tale told on
iriena .buck nugore who was a na
tive of our state a pure and good man
and who recently passed to the great
beyond tie said you could always tell
a Georgian. He said he came to the
state in a'i ox-cart and the first ques
tion a?Kea was: "Are there officers in
this county?" And upon .being told
' No" the response was invariably
"wen I'll go on -to the next county
But you have a great state
here. It is a vast empire. It is
rich in all tbe materials which
make a grand commonwealth. Yon
have expansive prairies for your many
cattle which find a market over the
wo-ld. You have magnificent soil for
agriculturists and you possess increas
ing facilities for growing cities and
they justly inspire every Texan with
pride for this glorious land. As an
American. I feel proud of what Texas is
today and what she will be in the fut-
ure. I feel proud of the genious of her
people because I realize that you have
Georgians here. Texas Is designated
by one lone star but it throws light on
a historic past which Texans will cher
ish and reverence as long as time
Tbe Denver Republican bas issued
its usual comprehensive and carefully
compiled New Year's issue. It cover
ed the state for tbe past twelve months.
snowing the growth in mining agricul-
ture stock raising manufacturing.
building and the commercial and in
dustrial and educational development
generally. Tbe Republican is always
thorough in this work and this year
was no exception to tbe rule. The New
year's issue of the Kepublicm is a
valuable reference library of the cen
tennial state. It is only fair to state
that the issue was gotten up mostly
under tne personal supervision of As-
sociate Editor Dicken-Sheets who for
over twelve years has been a valued
worker of the Republican.
According to a report made by the'
New York postoffice the Christmas
money order business of that office was
the largest in - its 'history. Christmas
presents to Europe as represented by
the money-orders sent there during
the first eighteen days of December
amounted to $1536836 in 140903
The territorial superintendent's
port of the schools of New Mexico
shows that the ratio of illiteracy in 1890
was 44.45 and a that in 1897 tbe ratio
had been reduced to 21 per cent. -This
is a wonderful showing of the beneficial
effect of tbe public schools.
Joe Ruggles wants $1000 damages
from tbe citv because of injuries sus-
tained from falling into an excavation
at the rear of tbe Palaoe saloon. Plain-
tiff alleges there was no warning light
ourmog at me pi ace oi aarger.
Rev. H. W. Moore has moved into
the new Presbjterian . parsonage 907
North Stanton street. '
Mining Locution Blank for Sal at
Typewriter paper at tbe HlIULD cf-
Cure sick headache bad
taste in the mouth coated
tongue gas in the stomach
diatreti and Indigestion Do
not weaken but have tonle
Sset. at seats
Tbs only Mil to take wita BmCi taHiriU
Myar Opera House
RIQ8BY & WALKER..
H. Q. MITCHELL...
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Friday Jan. 7th.
LAST SEASON'S GREATEST SUCCESS
The delightful Comedy Drama
Suggested by Bret Harte's cel-
ebrated romance of the hills.
ARTHUR C. AISTON. Prop and Man.
1 GREAT company!
James M Brophj. . Esi ha Willi ms
Oliver H Barr Jane Corcoran
Percy Plunkett Aunie Mortimer
And twelve others.
Magnificent Scenic Effects.
Hear the Golden Nuggett
Seats on sale at Albers' Drug Store.
Prices 91 75 and 50 cents.
Myar's Opera House.
Saturday Jan. 8.
MATINEE AN? EVENING.
The Eminent Actor
Mr. Louis James
Special Saturday Matinee
Mr. James as "BRUTUS."
PRICES: : : : 75c. and 50c.
"A CAVALIER OF FRANCE"
The last and greatest success
of Mr. James A new roman-
tic drama. First production
An Exceptional Company. A
Carload of Scenery.
Seats on sale Fripay at Albers'. Night
prices Si 1 5c. and oUo.
Myar's Opera House
SUNDAY NIGHT Jan. 9.
First appearance in this city of tbe
woria s iamous inaescriDaDie
A psychological enigma a
mysterious being who bas
mystified the world by his
super human . theories
SPIRIT POWER in the LIGHT
Produced with all the wierd and
impressive surroundings of the
seance room. Not in darkness
but in open light. A small ad-
mission fee will be charged.
Consumption Positively Cared.
Mr. R. B. G reeve merchant of
Chllbowie. Vs. certifies that he bad
consumption was given up to die
sought all medical treatment that
money could procure tried all cough
remedies he could near of but got no
relief: spent many nights sitting up in
a chair; was induced to try Dr. King's
New Discovery and was cured by use of
two bottles. For past three years has
been attending to business and says Dr.
King's New discovery is the grandest
remedy ever made as it nas done so
much for him and also for others in
his community. Dr. King's New Dis-
covery is guaranteed for Coughs Colds
and Consumption. It don't fail. Trial
bottles free at W. A.Irvin & Co.'s drug
A Care for Lame Back.
"My daughter when recovering from
an attack of fever was a great sufferer
frftm nain In t.hn h&nlr tnn hina "
writes en G rover of Sardis Ky
"After using quite a number of remedies
without any benefit she tried one bottle
of Chamberlain's Pain-Balm and it has
given entire relief." Chamberlain's
Pain Balm is also a certain cure for
rheumatism. Sold by all druggists.
-B nekton's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises sores ulcers salt rheum fever
sores teter chapped hands chil
blains corns and all skin eruptions.
and positively cures piles or no pay re-
quired. It is guaranteed to give per-
ieot satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
w. a. Irvin & Co. wholesale and re
Pore 11 y feu i jce
Made from distilled water. Ask
your family physician or druggist as.
to purity and healthfulness of our ice.
ne No. 14.
El Paso Ice fc Refrigerator C
All $100 silver certificates have been
called in by the secretary of tbe trea-
sury because of an unusually dan-
gerous counterfeit just issued. The
counterfeit is .engraved on two sheets
of paper which are C pasted together
with silk fibres distributed between
them. The issue recalled will be ex
changed for silver certificates of small-
Tbe town of El Paso has purchased a
stallion for $10000aod is turning up its
municipal nose at other less fortunate
Texas towns. Citizen.'
The armv nost at San Antonio has a
Christian Endeavor society.
Persons who are troubled with indi-
frestion will be interested in the exper-
ence of Wm. H. Penn; chief: clerk in
the railway mail service at Des
Moines Iowa -who writes: "Itglv.es
me pleasure to testify to the merits of
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy.' " For ;two years I
have buffered from .indigestion and am
subject to frequent severe attacks of
pain in tbe stomaoh and bowels. One
or two doses of this remedy never fails
to give pefect relief." Price.25 and M
cents; for sale by all druggists.
'ICICLES to order.
Just received a large consignment of
specially con-true'ed wheels which
we aie now offering for
. These whnnls .r. irn n..n(i.
A run nine and nerfectlv RuttHfiur.
T tor? No brazed tubing used
m in their construct! jn. You can't
T duplicate them In town for 540.
J 319 San Antonio Street.
TBE NEW LNHAUNT FOR CONSUMPTION
Dr. Glass is having great success
with his new Inhalant even in the laf t
stages. Every person suffering from
this terrible malady should avail them-
selves of this opportunity to be cured
not relieved but cured. Doctor
Glass will be here until spring and
those people that put themselves under
his care until that time will be able to
continue treatment alone. A short
trial will convince the most skeptical
that tbe treatment will do all the doc-
tor claims for it. Statistics will show
that in the first stages 80 per cent
second stages 60 per cent third stares
40 per cent can be cured so one oan re
turn to any climate without a return of
the disease. All who do not avail
themselves of this opportunity to get
well are doing a great injustice to
themsjlves as well as their friends. It
costs nothing to investigate and be con-
vinced that the treatment is the great-
est discovery known for consumption.
Is is in fact a specific. Call and see
the doctor whether you wish to take
treatment or not. Consultation free.
Office hours 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. 501
Mesa ave. El Paso Tex.
Dr. T. F. Glass.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC SUNSET.
Weekly Tourist Car Excursions With-
out Change Between Sau Francisco
and Washington D. C Chica-
go Pittsburg Pa. and Cin-
Leave El Paso on Fridays and Mon-
days for Washington D. C arriving
Mondays and Thursdays via Southern
Pacific company New Orleans - L. &
N. & Southern Ry.
On ednesdays for Chicago 111. ar-
riving Saturdays via Southern Pacific
New Orleaos and I. C. R. R.
n baturaays lor fittsburg fa. ar
riving Wednesdays via Southern Paci-
fic NewOrleans I. C. to Louisville B.
& S. W to Cincinnati and B. & O.
On Sundays for Cincinnati Ohio ari
. ( ' mi 1 . . n ...
riving xuursuavs via soutnern iracinc.
New Orleans and Q. & C.
To San Francisco Cal. via Los An
geles leave El Paso on Mondays Tues-
days Thursdays Fridays Saturdays
ana bunasys arriving at Los Angeles
nrsi aay oan rancieco zaa day.
These oars are operated by the Pull
man company on same plan as first
class sleepers and like first class sleep
ers are lurnlpned complete with mat-
tresses curtains blankets nlllows.
sheets and pillow slips. New upholster-
ed seats (cane) being put in and other
improvements made. Clean sheets and
pillow slips are put on every night
Berths in these cars are available to
through or local passengers holding
nrst or second class or excursion tick-
ets. . A charge of SI. 00 per double berth
(two may sleep in one berth without
additional charge) per night is made;
85.00 for a through berth New -Orleans
to los Angeles or San Francisco.
Each car is in charge of an uniform
ed porter to make up berths and keep
toe car oieao.
H. R. Turner T. E. Hunt
City Ticket Agent Com'l Agent
El Paso Texas.
tne Yaa.nl Gold
Take the R. G. S. M. & P.
Ry for Casas Grandes San Buena-
bentura and the Yaqui gold fields.
Trains leave Ciudad Juarez Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays at 8:30 a. m.
Arrive Ciudad Juarez Tuesdays
Thursdays and Saturdays at 4:30 p. m
Mexico City time. Depot opposite
Mexican central passenger depot.
J. T. Logan
Gen'l Traffic Agent.
Fall and Winter Styles.
Send two cent stamp for new edition
of Fashion Book. Beautifully illus
trated in colors. Contains a complete
1st of the latest styles in Ladles' dress
Prickly Ash Bitters Co.
St. Louis Mo.
Holden's Positive Pile Cure.
Sill flfovAPS USA it. To1ijf will hauu
and cure positive and permanent if di-
rections are strictly followed. For sale
by Kelly & Pollard druggists.
TIlA MPTlPan fAfllrftl rafl xmm.-wr k.a
established in Mexico City a Bureau
of Information which is prepared to
furnish reliable data as to lands their
price- titles and resources whether
grazing- mineral or agricultural; aoout
th o minfner tnriiist.rv ahnnt. ti c rloci -
m - - J " M.KJA. -
terprlses or any general information
icibutd iiu tue reeuurueB oi xuexiCO
latent or developed. Address either:
A. V. TEMPLE
Mgr. Bureau of Information
G. A. Mulleb
Com'l Agent El Paso.
The progressive ladies of Westfield.
Ind. Issued at "Womans's Edition" of
the Westfield News bearing date of
April 3 1896. The paper is filled with
matter of interest to women and we
notice the following from a correspon-
dent which the editors printed realiz-
ing that it treats upon a matter of vital
importance to their sex: "The best
remedy for croup cold and bronchitis
that I have been able to find is Cham-
berlain'sCJUgb Remedy. For family
useiinas.no equal i giaaiy reoom
mend it." 23 and 50 cenl
for sale of all druggists
Grocer and Importer
113 OVERLAND STREET
THE STAR LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLES.
Corner West Overland and Santa f e Streets.
Phone 02. J. CALDWELL Prop.
T iff YTiimsbi n
-THE ONLY MORGUE IN THE CITY.
At Springer's. All of our old stock was burnt
and must have new goods to take their places.
T- H. 8P RINGICR
F'-u.ncLi-Lii.re Orookery and OsLrjpets.
S Baa Antonio Strsst.
Kansas City. Boston.
St. Louis New Yoik.
Denver Omaha St. Paul
And all Northern and Eastern Points
Tlrrough. Trains Fast Tirae
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 haring dining oars stop tor meals at the famous Santa 1s
Route Harrey Houses.
Full Information cheerfully furnished upon application to
J. S. MORRISSON F. B. HOUGHTON
City Ticket Ajrent. General Agent.
Office Fargo Building Corner El Paso and San Antonio Streets.
. . . TRAIN SERVICE
with Buffet Sleepers
Only Standard Guage Line Running Throuffh
Sleepers to the City of Mexico.
Night ud Moniag Coueetioai at
New Orient with linu U
KW TORI PRUADILPfflA WASHN6T0N ATLANTA CTNCIMAT; ST. LOUIS
MEMPHIS AND CHICAGO.
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 i 'or.tiou:
G. A Muller Com'l Agent El Paso
rpTTTTI T T 17ST New York Paris and
fac ory serrlce.
SPECIALTY OF WEDDING. TKOCSSKAC
MBS. W. S. 8TANDISH
Mills Building. Opposite Plaza.
O. T. DIX
Snanish and French TmniUto
Room 6 Hills Building. San Antonio St
ju4 rAuv j. jut a a.
EL PASO TEXAS.
Caldwell Undertaking Co.
305 S. El Paso Street
The Leading Undertakers
Phones 187 ar.-J 92.
CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT
J. E NAG LEY. linage-.
Contribute half the effect
of a well furnished room.
Send for -------
WALL PAPER SAMPLES.
TDTTLE PAINT & G LASS CO.
San Antonio St. - - - El Paso Tex.
NEW 0RLE1N AND GALVETON
SAN ANTONIO AND GALVESTON
I am now prepared to do all kinds of
Transferrin.? of Freght Light
and Heavy Hauling. .
Safe Moving a
Headquarters at 1 Faso Stables.
All orders promptly attended to
Phone No. 1.
Special attention given to Real Es-
tate and Probate JLaw. Will practice
in all the courts.
T ROOM 8 MUNDY BLOCK.
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