El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 6, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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'WE DAILY HERALD
' - THURSDAY JANUARY tt 1893.
1Q9 EL PASO ST. j
Where we invite
all our patrons and
friends to call and
tell us what they
think of our new
109 El Paso St.
IfOB. KENT Two furnished rooms. Enquire
corner First and Ocnoa streets opposite
T. & t. Depot.
ANTED 3 or 4 furnished rooms for light
nousekeeiuiig. Lt iv. ueraiu.
WANTED Buggy horoe for his keein;
best of care given; references; 11 N W
XAT AN TED- By gentleman and wife two or
' three lurn.oueu ruuius lor iignt nouse
keeping. Address K liuUell hotel.
IUB SALii Mining bonds for sale at the
XJK SAL.E Mining deeds for sale at the
( OE SALE-An upright folding bed In good
IX)K SALE Dr. McQill's famous Orange
A! Blobaoxn by Mrs. A. M amiui. 126 Leuit
LTOR8ALE Lots on monthly payments by
-L u k. hammett aAealCAiupLeil iveui r.t-
L'OB HALE A six room bouse with attic
A- and all modern luiprovembnts on Flor
ence ana ttio Uiande bis. bee owner at
bouse. J . b. Hopper.
ijHJK SALE! The Hirald's Souvenir Edition
A' is lull of reuaole lustier louueruiurf
f aao. bend It to our friends it will aiutwei
all questions trice a cents.
uMJK SaLK seven room house on Montane
A? and oampoell 3ts. and six room house 01.
t lorence street ou eas w ruis. v n 1 oe cuiu-
bleted November 1. ciall on B. . liainnieti
ageut Caiupoml ieal si ate tu.
LOO All AJiU tfi&iSEitAL.
Hot cakes at Smith's Creamery.
Good eating at Smith's Creamery
1 faso Steam Laundry Telephone
O'Brien Coal Co. sell pitch paper.
lime cement platter etc.
Pitch paper plaster and lime. 1
Paso i uel (Jo. rnune nu.
Ask for "EC PASO TRANSFER'
the bests cent CIGaH on the market.
The best Mexican and Havana cigar
are made by the ill Paso Cigar Mtf
Stoves of all kinds for hard ana
MOMSEN & THORN .
w 1 ayneaagsr wuiyauy axv
Alester. CerriUos and anthracite coal
i 111 ' 1 T
cord ana stove wood yard Secoud and
Chihuahua streets 'leiephoue Mo. 11
Rheumatism is due to lactic acid li
the biood. Hood's Sarsaparilla neutra
lizes the acid and completely curts ttu
aches and pains of i neumatism. fie
sure and get Hood's.
Hood's Pills are eaty to take easy to
operate. Cure indigestion biliousness
The number of licensed saloonkeep-
er in the United States was reduce a
10.340 during tbe pact year in 1S90
tbe total was 210358 iu 1897 200016.
Of the latter 1104 are Uueuoea to stu
matt liauurs only. There is no etait
or territory without its saloons even
Alaska has Hi uuu six Drewenes.
The Consolidated Canal company ol
Mesa is putting laige a.-eas in all ail
gain tbis tear inn compaoy already
has large alialfa holds soutn of Aies
on which are now pastured over 1500
head of cattle. r.acn pasture bus
well fiom tuirty-live 10 iurty-nve fee
deep and thee-e luruish aa abuudauct
of watar for the stock. One liitli
mule runs tbe pump oa tjne of Ihtst
welis ana. it. raises an aounaaute oi
water lor a' tUou.-and nt a t of cattle.
... . - .. t .1 k . 1
" A. town oh Ifalvebt jU 'ba known a-
' .'Aexas C'ify was) soiu an trustee s sal.
syuws4Ud vi ay swa w v vj auo W V I;
4 ' has a population of several" .hundrtdr
has wharves uoks 'aiid 'various jru-
proveou nts iuclud n a l& initial rail-
' way. It was probably the Cist time it.
Texas that a town was bold under the
Mineral Well" water wiU cure
rheumatism neuralgia sick and ter-
vous hedacbe liver ana kidney dis-
eases indigestion acd dyspepsia iu
every instance. Try it and be con
TinceJ. For tale io any quantity at
A. W. Spencer's
t Depot 203 San Antonio St.
Sierra iladi e Line.
Tirct routa to Guayuopa and tbe
Y.rpia fields. For all informatiot.
enu. J. T. Logan
cei'l Traffic Ag'. El Paso Tex.
' To Cnre a Cold in one Day.
Take Laxative Dromo Qulpine Tab-
leta A 11 druggists refund the money
' if U falls to cure.
I O !
OLD GOLD is just the same as money to us.
If you have any old-fashioned worn-out jew-
elry bring it to us and exchange it for some-
thing new and pretty.
We do all kinds of Watch and Jewelry Repairing at
GEO. W. HICKOX & HIXSON.
Bronson Block III San Antonio Street El Paso Texas
Jditoh Hekald :What a pietty
little "tempest in a teapot" "Round
Abjut" Las crta d to help till up his
coiumn in ti e Herald! And ail about
poor little heathen Chinee wbo
ishes to go tu the public school. In
tne hrst place it dues not look as
ihougu the school board was in any
quandary at all and in .tne second
tiiace Cniuamen never have been al-
lowed to attend the public schools for
the very simple reason that tcey have
go right tLere. Again will the afore-
said "Round About" explain what he
understates by "white' scnools. It is
generally understood that Mexicans
jelong to the "white" or Caucasian
race aud if tbe majority of people are
in error they wouid probably like to
axow it. - It is very doubtful whether
the negro is superior in intelligence to
tbe Cninaman but those watcning the
progress tne Mexicans are making in
the public schools would like to fee
a ciass of them pitted against a class of
the same grades of negroes in order to
prove where Wing Lee's offspring be-
lor ged. If some of the Mexican women
iali iuw enough to inter-marry with
tbe Chinese their lack of educational
advantage may be pleaded in extenua-
tion but tbat is no reason wby the
teachers of Aoy fccnool should have a
Chinaman ''foisted" upon teem. They
are entitled to as much consideration
as tbe teachers of tbe 'white" school-
as "Round About" dubs them.
Round About if he has done nothing
else nas caused an important matter to
oe brought Defore tne notice of the
public but in reference to "White
Mexican's" question as to what be
understands by "white" schools he
will state toat he used the common
term as applied to tbe schools as the
term Mexican tchools is applied to tbe
Aoy school. Tecnically he admits be
a as wrong but commonly speaking
.ie is right. He is just as much right
as a party wouid ba when he applies
tue term Aoy school to tbe Mexican
public school. Now lets go back to
the Chinaman. Round About is glad
to know that tbe Mexican pubiic
-cboot does not want a Coin tman foist-
o4 upoii ihem. He is glad to know
nat White Mexican does not
n .orse the intermarrying of the
omen of his race with Chinamen.
i' e Chinamen of El Paso are becom-
ing a little frerh and it is well for tbe
public to loon into the moral and social
situation. A Cbicaman today will
stand on the streets and make remarks
about passing girls both Americans
a-ad Mexicans. If ho rect ives noti -e
from the girls he will push the case
further with all the patients and
shrewdness for which his race is noted.
He knows tbat his attentions will not
be recognized by a pure girl of either
race but be will set to work by his
shrewdness to try and compromise her
jud then his game is won because
neither an American nor Mexican
:u.id nor woman will have anything
lurtLertodo with a woman that has
a lowed btrelf to become compromised
ith a ChijamHB. Tbis is wr.y due
warning has been given tbe school
)uard about where they will place the
'Chinese boy if be should be a lowed to
attend the public school In seme
caes association drives away contempt
and no American or Mexican wcu a
want bis daughter at school' to lose the
contempt she was taught to bp'il for a
Chinaman 'a a s-uitible associate.
1 Paso is In ft r it this wt ek with
theatrical attractions and what's
naore every one of them are of the
oigb grade order. The Tennessee
Paidner tbat will be here Fridav
night is pronoun o- d by the press to be
one rf the hits of tbe season. The
To-ifis ee Pardcer is simply the
siagiu of Brete Harte's famous pea
pictures of western mioaniog life and it
is so id to be as far above tbe ordinary
as a Shake-p?arcaa production is
above a variety show. A western
paper in common in g ou tbe play says:
''The mcdo.n pUy-gotr ha out
El Paso Grocery Co.
NEW DILL PICKLES.
NEW VINEGAR PICKLES.
NEW CHOW CHOW PICKLES.
NEW MIXED PICKLES.
NEW HORSE RADISH AND .
MUSTARD (something new).
NEW MUSTARDS (Imported and
NEW PICKLED PEPPER HASH
NEW SAUCES of all kinds.
We carry a full line of Bottled Goods
of Pickles ana .tteiisnes
of all kinds.
El Paso Grocery Co.
Oregon & E. Overland.
Napoleon J. Roy
The Fashionable Tailor.
mxjm biow - npposrn postoffio
grown the crudities which marred
even the favorite plays which flourish
ed in the halcyon dava of Annie
Pixlcy and McKee Rankin and it is
gratifying to observe tbat the drama-
tizatlon of "Tennessee's Pardner" is
tempered to the more conservative
taste of the hour. Its greatest merit
is in its truth to nature and the to al
absense of cheap bids for popularity.
It depends upon the author's construc-
tion and tbe ability of the company
for its success. There are no practical
cotton-presses; no tanks of water; no
buzz-saws but there are actors. "Ten-
nessee's Pardner" will be presented
by taleDted and experienced players
a uniformly good company such
companies are uncommon. The hero
is the cdoI and polished gambler who
lives up to a code of morals established
by himself. He will cheat everybody
he gets bo'd of at cards but away
from the table is a big-hearted and
true man. The comely element is
supplied by a character part teeming
with originality and genuine humor.
Then there is an adventuress. She
does not smoke cigarettes and talk
French. Her virtues are apparent as
well as her vices. She marries the
gambler-miner for his gold but is so
impressed with bis nobility that she
"A Cavalier of France" is .the title
of Louis James' new play in which he
wi.l be seen at .the Myar's opera
bouse on Saturday nigbt January 8.
It is from he pen of Espy Williams
and is said to vividly reflect that ro-
mantic period of Frence thejsixteenth
century of which Alexander Dumas
Prosper Merimee and other French
writers have treated so entertainingly.
Tbe scene is la'd in tbe royal cou't
and introduces Henry III. Catharine
de Medfcis Marguerite de Navarre
Baron Rosny and other familiar his-
toric character. The play will be
presented with every attention to
scenic environment costumes armor
and other details which have hitherto
characterized the productions of
Managers Wagenhals & Kemper.
Southern Forests Disappearing.
In Georgia Florida Alabama and
otber southern states the grand old
forests of pine 8 re rapidly disappear-
ing. Tbe destroyers seem to have no
thought for tbe future. They take no
steps to replace tbat which they take
away. The influence of forests upon
rainfall moisture and seasons is pretty
well understood. The point has about
been reached at which it is necessary
that something should be dona to put a
rtop to forest destruction. If steps to
that end are not taken it will not be a
great while before tbis section will suf-
fer a succession of droughts floods and
sevsre storms. There should be some
way of preserving the forests for the
general good. Our people are selling
their birthright for a mefs of pottage.
It is well enough thatlnds should be
cleared up for settlement but millions
of acres of forrsts are disappearing
evry year and very little is coming
in to compensate for tbe loss. Savan-
Notice Fire Department.
A special meeting of the board of
directors of tbe fire department is call-
ed to meet -at headquarters Thursday
January 6. 1898 at 7:30 p. m
Peyton F. Edward President.
Mexico has row bf come a producer
of sulphur as'ds from that which is ob-
tained from the crater of Popocatepetl
for local consumption f-ays tbe New
York- Engineering- and Mioing Journal
a trial consignment having been receiv-
ed recently at Yuma from the mines fn
Lower California which are being- ex-
ploited by an American company. Ar-rang-ejtnents
Jo- the construction of' aa
?erial tramway to bring. sulphur - on a
aeg'e scale from the summit of Popo-
catepetl to the foot of the mountain
have been discussed. .for a long time
and surveys have been made but we
have not yet heard that actual opera-
tions have been commenced. -1
Last year the United States produc-
ed 15465000 bushels of buck wheat
most of which was consumed at home.
There are about 4600 cakes in one
bushel making a total of seventy bll
lion cukes In the whole crop. Pass the
A Perfect. Fit !
IS WHAT YOU WANT.
EL PASO'S GREATEST STORE.
KING UP THE DEPARTED.
Dr. Cooke Will Produce the "Absent
Brethren" Sunday Night.
Manager Mitchell has provided a
novel attraction for next Sunday even-
ing January 9 at tbe opera houpe in the
appearance for the first time in El Pa-
so of tbe eminent spiritualistic medium
Dr. Loyd Cooke wbo will give wbat
be calls a series of manifestations of
"spirit power in tbe light." Dr.
Cooke has made a national reputation
by his work and comes here with tbe
full endorsement of all the leading
theosopbical societies of tbis country
as well as beiog fortified by letters of
recommendation from several of the
largest European societies. Tbe
seance which he gives takes place on a
ful:y lighted stage and the curious
will be given an opportunity of apply-
ing any reasonable test for the sake of
unraveling the mysteries surrounding
his performance. Mr. Cooke docs not
lay claim to the possession of any
supernatural power in accomplishing
his feat and yet it is claimed by those
who have witnessed his seances that
many of the things he' does could not
be accomplished without some aid
from unseen forces. There will be a
small admission charged for Sunday
night's seance. .
Interesting Cattle Statistics-
Following are the statistics relative
to cattle imported from the republic of
Mexico during the year 1897 through
all the border ports:
Cat'le Sheep Goats Swine
Jan nary. .. .22.668
February.. .18615. 954 -
March 46177 421
April 73489 4247
June ..37081 32002 145 8
July 14353 36298
October 3632 457
Total '97 . 296042 73922
To al '96. 147534 2229
Total '95. 200563 60
ust 197 63168
ust 1 '96 61643
ust 1 '95 126760
Following is the
animals imported from Mexico in 1897
Texas. . .
. . . wo iWd.
. . . 52803
Misseurl . .
Nebraska. . .
Wyoming. . .
Total 285816 10226 296042.
Operating; on a Tiger.
An interesting operation was per-
formed in Dublin some time ago by Dr.
Samuel Haughton. A magnificent
tiger one of the finest of the Dublin
zoological was threatened with gan-
grene in the paw.
One of its claws becoming distorted
says Tid-Bits bad grown into tbe foot
and o save the tiger's life was neo-
cessary to cut away tbe diseased por-
tion. Tbe operation was to put it
mildly an exciting one. An immense-
ly strong net was in tbe first place
thrown over the tiger and in the net
he was drawn struggling desperate-
ly to the door of his cage. Four keep-
ers each of whom must have been en
dowed with uncommon courage as well
as strength then held the animal's
paw while Dr. Haughton cut away he
Meanwhile tbe tigress which had
been placed in an adjoining den was
frantio with rage flinging herself fu-
riously against the bars in her mad
effort to come to the rescue of her
Lord and master. .When she was
readmitted to tbe tiger's den after the
operation she. examined tbe wounded
paw most. tenderly purring .the while
and; licking ber mate a if to soothe
Both animals appeared to have real-
ized that tbe operation was a .benefi-
cial one for a week afterward fWbenDr.
Haughton looked in to see how his pa-
tient was progressing he was received
In the friendlist way and was even al-
lowed to examine the mutilattd paw.
Capt. Ruhlen and Mr. OfHey his
cleric have been ordered from Fort
RUey to VftnoQuve r for duty
ttf) - o
S. O. butter 25c per lb. at Price
Mount Franklin Encammnent to
Holiday gifts at cost. Diamond's
closing out store. .
S. C. butter the onlv rood butter.
26c per lb. at Prtce Bros.
Mrs. ShiDley fashionable dressmak-
ing room No. 1 Mundy building.
Billv Thomnson at Smith's
at night makes a fine oyster stew.
O'Brien Coal Co. TVtrtllna rv..l
Yard." Stove wood and kindling. Tel.
Mrs E. Sllberberg has so fsr recover
ed as to be able to return to her home
from tbe hospital.
Vapor and medicated baths at 416
North Oregon street. Rahumatism
relieved at once; massage in all forms.
The Thurber brick people have sent
in to the local T. & P. city office for ex-
L : Li.l a . . . . .
uiuiiriua une specimens oi tneir pro-
The approaches to the siding eross-
iugD &t sue auuia ena oi nil .faso street
have been graded and made mora level
The T. & P.'s new locomotives have
not yet 6howed up so it is proposed
that they be advertised for as "lost
strayed or stolen."
Kansas City tenderloins sweetbreads
spare ribs lye hominy barbecued
meat and Kansas City trimmed loins.
At the New Market 208 San Antonio
Judge C. N. Buckler resigned the
judgeship of the thirty-fourth district
on the 31st ult. and bas resumed the
practice of tbe law with Millard Pat-
terson his old partner.
For efficient service courteous
treatment and tbe finest goods in their
line call on Ross & Co. undertakers
and embalmers El Paso. Phone 211
or 183. Office 401 El Paso street.
j El Paso's winter climate is exhila-
- rating. A Wisconsin girl who came
here six months ago has in that time
grown li inches and added 30 pounds
to ber avoirdupois. Nothing diminu-
tive about that.
Have you heard - the New Gramo-
phone at the Rio Grande Pharmacy?
Free exhibition at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Tbis machine should go into
every well furnished home. Inquire
about installment plan.
Bring your order to the the El Paso
Green House on Myrtle street across
railroad track for cut flowers for holi-
days now carnations roses emilax
.tropical plants for bouse or church
j decoration aud funeral designs. Wed-
ding bouquets in laoeand satin baskets
and the latest novelties in floral work
. of all kinds.
i Prof. Brannan. tbe violinist wbo
came here recently from Trinidad
Colo. was called home suddenly tbiF
morning by tbe serious illness of his
wife and child. However be expects
to return with his family and locate in
this city where he has the promise of
doing so well. Prof. Brannan is a
good citizen in addition to beicg a
good musical instructor and hii many
friends here will be pleased to see him
I In this issue appears the card and
business announcement of Messrs
Andereon and Shepherd who have
recently opened a real estate office in
this city. These gentlemen come to El
Paso with tbe highest recommenda-
tions and endorsements as to charac-
ter business ability and social and fi-
nancial standing and tbe Herald
trusts tha they will met with pros-
perity in their buinss and commend
them to the busine-is public
: Today's Sunset Limited from the east
was reported tbl6 noon as two hours
forty-five minutes lat with seven cars
and eighty-six passenge s. There is
one each far Deming and Lordsburg
two for El Paso three for Maricopa
two for Benfon two for Fresno eleven
for Los Angeles aod sixty-four for San
Fraocieco. This number breaks the
record for the searon at this point. As
the G. H. will have a Pullman for the
Limited it will leave tbis station with
eight cars equivalent to a train of
fourteen ordinary coach - ..
NOW THAT I HAVE CLOSED OUT MY GROCERIES.WISH
TO STATE THAT HEREAFTER I CAN SHOW THE PUB-
LIC A STOCK OF DRY GOODS WELL SELECTED AND
BOUGHT RIGHT; IN PRICES QUALITY AND QUAN-
TITY UNSURPASSED IN THE CITY
ALL 1 ASK IS THAT MY FRIENDS
ME WITH A CALL AND BE
Max Schutz's Department Store
110 E. Overland St. 0
TURN OVER A NEW LEAF!
It is just like bnrning up money
to pay Rent.
Than v avln t.tin new Tear with a new land'ord
OWN YOUR OWN BOMB When you have
made th first payment on a lot jo secure b
home you bore taken an advance step toward
Independence Look over our list and It you
do not find what you wish come and see u
we have It or can get it.
Two lots with 4-room brick oot-
tsge bath etc. rplendid loca-
tion. Price $2100; 8400 cash
balance to suit purchaser.
Four-room brick. wi!h oath; nice
yard well lor a ted near Court
" Horse. Will sell furnished for
91250. This is a bargain. The
property will rent for $25.
Two lot? with double brick house
all modern conveniences. Can
live in one side and rent tbe
other for S20 per month. Price
$2100; $1000 cash balance easy.
Four-room brick batb good sta-
ble nice location. Will rent
for $20. Price $1650.
Five-room brick houss cellar;?
batb.servarts' room and stable.
Convenient to business. $2400
will buy it. $1000 cash bal-
ance to suit.
Two lots with 6-room house all
modern conveniences nice yard
and beautiful shade trees one
of tbe choicest locations in tbe
city. Make you a lovely home.
Two thousand cash will buy " a
8-room brick with batb good
location. If you are looking for.
an investment this will suit you.
$1250 will buy you a floe orchard
of 36 acres with two good
houses in good repir.
We have ranchesorchards and farms In large
ana small sracts; resiaence ana ousi-
nese lots in all parts of the city.
List your property with us If you wish It ad-
vertised without cost to yourself and
sold at best prices.
ATIi PBOPKBTY LISTED WITH TJP TO
BE RENTE WILL BE ADNKKTI8ED
FREE OP COST TO OWNER. AND
RENTS COLLECTED PROMPTLY.
Anderson & Shepherd
ROOM NO. 5. MOOREHOUSE BLOCK
Real Estate Rents. Loans Collections.
Hegii a of Japanese Laborers
Emigration of the Japanese is one of
the ne industrial problems." The
little Yankees oi the facihe are dis-
tributing themselves in large numbers
and in many countries. There is a
rapid increase in this movement. In
lHo according to a report lrom an
American consul tbe Japanese labor-
ers who left their homes for foreign
countries numbered 12000. Last year
tbe migration doubled. Hawaii leads
all other countries as a distinction
over 9000 Japanese having been added
to the population of these islands last
year. Russia is receiving a surprising
amount of tbat migration nearly 7000
of these laborers having sought that
country last year. Corea is third in
number of Japanese immigrants and
the United States is fourth. Nearly
500 Japanese found their way to Cana
da in the twelve months. Australia
received a large number. There is
scarcely a country to which some of
these Japanese laborers did not find
their way last year.
The Herald is in receipt of the
special Chicago number of the New
York Musical Courier giving a careful
historical resume of tbe birth and de-
velopment of the divine art in Amer-
ica's second great city. Tbe edition
is profusely illustrated and includes
double page supplements with half
tone vignettes of prominent Chicago
musicians and one of Theodore Thom-
as's orchestra entire with eighty five
men. The latter is an excellent piece
of work and represents the orchestra
in performance on the Auditorium
stage with this instrumentation 15
first violins 22 second violins 11 vio-
las 10 cellos 8 stringed basses 3 bas-
soons 3 trumpets 3 slide trombones 4
French horns 3 flutes -2 clarinets 2
oboes 1 English horn 1 double tuba 1
barp 4 drummers 2 strsps. The
Musical Courier under Marc Blumen-
berg's capable management has be-
come the recognised head of musical
journalism in this: country. It has
a roumber of subscribers in El
There has been a very large increase
in the consumption of snuff a habit
which people'in polite society generally
suppose in obsolete. Tbe total- used in
1887 was 1168609 pounds. In 1897 it
reached 13268 640 pounds. The in-
crease in tobacco has not been so rapid.
The total in 1887 was 218148857 and
in 1887 260734812 pounds. Of tbi
153 397907 was plug 11761690 was fine
out and 83458984 pounds was smoking
When President Lincoln was at-
tacked with smallpox he said to his
attendants ' 'Send up all the of
fleers ana tell them I've got
something I can give each of them."
The beautiful weather continues
very much iu evidence and it looks as
though the usual bad weather that
comes about tbe holidays had been
avoided for good.
Some of the finest Cuban tobacco is
now being raised in Florida
Highest Honors World's Pair.
Oold Medal Midwinter Fair.
A Part Qraps Cream sf Tartar Powssr.
'V YEARS THB-STAND ARD
AND PATRONS WILL FAVOR.
OFF. SAM JOSK IILOCK
' L1NDEIL HOTEL.
I LARGEST STOCK! g
And Best Line of
IN TBS SOUTHWEST
ITBIM IN MENS' WEAK.
R. G. L1GBTB0DY g
Lf.ADING CLOTHIEB jiy
0 Sla-2'24 . . EL FASO ST j
Are tbe Latest Freshest
and most Up-to-Date....
the largest; likewice tha
best kept stock in the city
Arrangements for display
and inspection thv very
Are always right. We ex-
tend an invitation to all
to inspect our bargain-
stocked Furniture Store.
HOYT fe BlSS
315 EL PASO ST.
Va SouApeRt aNKrV' .
WEST TEXAS SADDLERY CO.
Cor. Oregon and Overland Sts.
EL PASO - TEXAS.
El Paso Transfer
HACKS BUS AND BAGGAGE.
Phone 18 300 to 310 Sonth Oregon Street
Balsay Hno Brevasg Victorias de Colon
Jost reealred t tbe Cariosity
W.6.WA1ZC0. 0 EST
For Over Fifty Years.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething I
soothes the child softens the gums
allays all pain oures wind oolio and" is
the remedy best for diarrhoea.
Tw-nty-five cent a poult. 1
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El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 6, 1898, newspaper, January 6, 1898; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth296160/m1/4/: accessed October 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .