El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 236, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 18, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAILY HEltALD
TUESDAY OCT. 13 1893
Telephone Troy Laundry No. 278..
Fine line of Crepe paper at Irvin's.
El Paso Steam Laundry Phone 4T
Refrigerator and G jl'" ?IZe9
MOMSEN & THORNE.
Dtekerton lor Furnlture.410 San An
muf MONEYI But your school
books at Irvln's.
O'Brien Coal Co. aell pitch paper
lime cement plaster etc.
Gold Mel Sugar eorn. 3 cars (or
25c at the El Paso Grocery Co.
El Paso Fuel Co. for best CerrUloe
coal wood kindliug and feed.
Ask for "EU PASO TRANSFER"
the best 5 cent CIG AK on the market.
It paTS to buy at the St. Loulu Fur-
niture Co. 311 El Paso st Phone lbu.
"We mend Bachelor's clothes and sew
on all buttons that are off. Troy Lauo
r'- . A
The El Paso Fuel Co. puts on Ur and
rrarel roof by contract under guaran-
Three dozen fresh eggs for 60o at tho
El Pao Grocery Co.; or two cozsn for
Freh Cape Cod cranberries jut re-
ceived at the El Po Grocery Co.; 1
quarts for 25a.
Fifty ent buys three dozen fresh
eggs at the El Paso Grocery Co.; or
two dozen for 33c.
The Parne Baiger coal company has
seoured the cootract for furnlhlng
fuel to all the public schools during
the ensuing year.
You will nod the finest selected
goods and trimmings at 217 Sun An-
tonio street. Sutter-McGarry Co.
professional tailors and cutters.
Payne-Badger Coal company Mc-
Alester Corrtllos and anthracite coal
cord and store wood yard Second and
Chihuahua streets. Teleohone No. 11.
Valley bran wheat choice clipped
oats CerrUloe coal wood aod kindling;
building material of all kinds. El Paso
Fuel Co. Phone 110. 411 S. Santa Fe
Board has been placed at $18 per
month at the "Adralrnl" reetauraDt
oo Mesa aeou a few d'ors nrth of
Saa Antonio street. The best meal in
the city for 23 cents. Call and be con-
vinced. Hudson Hot Springs Mineral Water
unsurpassed for cure of rheumatism In
all form kldoey aed stomajh disor-
ders. First clas hotel and bth-ri?
accomodations at "Casa del Consuelo"
bow neatlv finished throughout. Write
A. 71. Graham. Hudson. N. M. for
HOT TIME AT ABILENE.
West Texas Fair andEonnd np Begins
Oct. 23 -Low Kates Yia T. P.
The second annual entertainment at
Ab len. Tcxik. comprising the Dis
trim Fair.- West Texas Fa r and
Round Up will be held Oct. 25 to
inclusive. The program is exteneive
and varied Including horse racioir
boat racing shooting ina'che. o'd
soldiers' reunion old settlers' reunion
erand tournament rcplng conte-t
broncho ridinr. cattle round up calla
thencv drill between eight colleges
and school aod the uul agricul
tural. l;va atoc r and noiltry display
Fr taU o?caloo. the popular Texai
and Pse'flo has put on a round trip
rate of C13 90. tickets to be on sale O
24. 5 an J 20. good to return witbio
fifteen days from date.
The dressmaking co-prtnership
here'ofore exl-fng between Mcwamps
Smith and Sh'D'ev ha been di-S-'ilved
and the business will henceforth b
carried on bv Mrs. Shirley and Mi
Virginia Po'-k at room No. 1 Mundy
bullutnir. All work guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction.
Conductor Axtil on tne run between
St. Louis aid Omaha arrivi d hereon
the southbound Smta Fe thl mo-nin?.
and reports rough weather up tbe line
Buy your coal from "O'Brien Col
Co." the agents and direct shipper?
from the Cerrtllos mines. 'Phono 8.
Fifty cents buys three dozn
eggs at the El Paso Grocery Co.
two d'xn for 35o.
FOKOOUN TV OLKKK.
I hrtv ii I'ln! m sot f it tMrviM'ite for
th n'liw ofO iuntt Clxrlc o' Kl r'm.i c-nt) nl v
abtoot to the Urn of tuo "ala Demo
cratic county convention.
-Parte W. Hitman
FUK RE PREVENTATIVE.
J. O Wl1 hereby innoim-ei himself n
Indenenilurit c o Jl ite for r-e.-tl n m m
ngr 'utttlve lo tho It-tflslatjra frui till
tha Htii district.
V I isl. AUUreut ruiiox .
tA NT D Servant lrl; fivclir" nrfftr.tl :
I iioU wages Apply room lli-J tlielJu.i
IAANTKU A position as houM-kwper
If eltbrr In or out i f the city. Adurms
A. L Uchalu moo.
WANTEn.A sllustloo as
salesin n In s
mlnluc or sitwnitll c 'iiimNmrv. evrr:i
mnexD r f-n t and sood r-frnee. Ad
J. it. Hurrorti. care ukalu once t.i
FOR KPNT Nlcfiy furnlalied frout rojui
713 N. Orcuoa St.
FCRNISURr Kooinwlth first chh family
b.ia d.-SOO North Oronon Str-ot.
FOR KfST A si room hoiw furuiii- l hi
nnf 'rnlshed; vpry reasonable lntiilr'
oo premises VUC Missouri St. M't. Rwln uil
t s A I. to..
CKk SALE Mining ooods U
' herald office
sale at thr
MHIH'8 famous Cranire
A. blossom by Jk
M. bmlth. 135 Leon
CAT. Lost from 10M North L'Hinphvll t A
larse .lt b ark rat nm.d Memit y 'IS -oil
reward glvuu for his returu or for luforuia-
Four vitlnmes of Bulwer's
iFor sto;k at Con n Fruit and bUx-k Farm.
N'j b bej wire fence to cut stock: ool
crass nl alf:il'a. f. O tiofTtn Clint. Tt.
Politics is w amine- up. Another
candidate announces today an ari II-
eant for public favor. It is the Wist
Texas Saddlery Co. corner Oregon end
Overland street irh'ra you wi'.! fi"d a
larjre assortment of harness sndd es
etc. itOe very lowest cash prices
I W. 6 II. Walkers
....6 Bars for 25c.
....7 Bars for 25c.
....8 Bars for 25c.
WALKER'S SOAP POWDER:
12 oz. packages 5 cents each.
4 lb. packages 25 cents each.
Look the world over and you
will find no better goods than W.
& H. Walker's.
FOR BALK BY
ST We desire to call your attention to the latest thing In rrS
SASII BELTS the handsomest and best Belts ever 3
- orought to El Paso. Call and see them whether you wish
p to buy or not. 3
H GEO. W. HICKOX & HIXSON. H
Ill San Antonio Street
The Trouble at Vlrden.
Tae trouble at te Vlrden mines be-
ian on April 1. when the miners
if the fourth district of Illinois went
out on a strike Instituted by the United
States Mineworkers. The strikers a-k-
ed fur iO cents a ton and were offered
On Sent. 23 the Chicago-Virden
o mp'iry trie principal miae operators
at V ird n importei IOU negroes from
Uirmineoam. Ala. When tbe train
arrived with tbtse miners on board it
was met by a large b dy of armed strik
ers wtio tbreateoed to snoot trie nrst
euro who sic pped from the cars. Tbe
cetrroes returaed south and the mines
rt rrained idle.
Presideut T. C. Loucks of the Chi
caeo- lrden company made arrange
ments to eet other miners. O i Oct.
SberitT Davenport cotiued Governor
Tanner that tnere would certainly be
trouble and that ctate troops wuuld be
ceded to preserve tbe peace.
The governor refuted to send trocps
on the ground that he did not wisb io
use the militia againat tbe citizens of
tbe state or to aid in brinirini; in oui-
The next day Mr. Loucks notified
the governor that his mines would be
operated and be demacded tbe pro
tection of tbe state. Tbe matter bad
been brought before tbe state board of
arbitration which decided io favor of
tbe white miners but aleo held tbat an
injustice had been dose the Chicago-
Tbe dispute between Governor Tan-
ner and tbe mine operators was carried
on by telegrams and other communica
tions. Tbe governor steadily refused
to rail out tbe state troops and charted
the operators with importing ex-coo
victs aod an undesirable class of work
Tbe operators declared the men they
'1e-ired to bring to their mines bad
been ctioren for tneir ability aod tbei
capacity to become gcod c tizent-J
They also stated they were wiling to
ke back tt.e strikers at tbe scale of
2.S won a ton but tbey could not open
IQ lr mints at th exorbnaot demand
of 40 cents Tbemlnes.it is arsersed.
are ail operated in accordance with the
Sheriff Davenrort has been io 87m-
patby witb th governor and says he
uoes not want t enforce laws tbat will
hring negro labor into tbe sta'e aad
offered to risiun rattier tban under
take Hih tak.
Ooe huniird Springfield miners re-
ic forced tbe Virden strikers on Oct 10
armed at d dterm ned to prevent the
negroes from g irig to work. Armed
men have siDce practically been in poi-
oe-bton of the town.
A rumor was circulated that a small
body t f negroes had been landed fiom
a C'riicag and A.tjD train just ouide
of V'irtien and escorted to lbHetocade
uudercovor of darknets. They were
opposed to be making the 6haft reidy
for tbe miners wbo were to come. This
made tbe strikers more than ever
Manager Lukens of the coal comoa-
ny on Oct. 10 secured an lnijnction
against tbirty-four of the leading rtrik-
crs. Ibu-c men bave compelled four
p l icemen in tbe employ of the opera
tors to leave ton.
Tbe strikers had not displayed vio
lence uot.l thy began to suip--ct more
oesrroes wouid be brought io. The
freight business of the Chicago and
Alton was then interrupted by the
piking of the switches.
I be railroad company sent a number
of its own men to Virden unarmed ard
the business of the road was resumed.
The strikers were encouraged ad
assistf J it is Mild by the m'ners who
bad been in trouu e at Para 111.
John Hurher was arrested by Cle-
monts for noing- d-unk and disorderly
and was assessed t'.i which he paid.
Henry Miio-r was locked ud bv San
ders for fighting and was fined $1.
Sacar as Perez was drunk and dis
turbing tbo peace and was fined S3.
Ilogers njHiirt the arrest.
A man known as John was arrested
by Sanders for lighting and will have a
hearing this even.ng.
Richard Roe was locked up for be-
og drunk and committing a nuisance
and was b'ned $2.
Officer Clements is now cn the dav
watch in the place of Officer Dwyer.
Officer Sanders is on the night shift
formerly handled by Clements.
Three cans of the lamousGold Medal
Suar corn for 2"c at the
F.l Paso Gro- .
We are Headquarters for
Plumbing Sheet Iron Work
Builder's Hardware. Estimates Furnished
OCRNERME8 AVENUE PI PACft. TFXAS
and TEXAS STREET. El- u I LAAO.
Wish It understood theT wtll gladly
assist any ' rang- r comi g to El Paso
who wishes to rent a romfo table room
or house. Addres 309 Texa tai-ret. Al
so any person having desirable rooms
to rent address at the above number.
El Paso Texas :r3
TEXAS SUFFRAGE LAW.
Amendment Overlooked and Many-
Municipal Elections Illegal.
A dispatch from Austin Texas to
the St. Louis Globe D mocrat rays:
Through a lack of knowledge of a cur-
tain amendment to tbe constitution of
the state of Texas perhaps thou-
sands of Illegal vot-s have
been cast at city elections in this eta' e
particularly in towns bordering on the
Rio Grai.de where there Is a large
Mexican population. In a letter writ-
ten by P E. Adams county jude of
Johnson county to Wilmot
Odell of the attorney general's
department tbe former co- tends tbar
an amendment to article 1688 of tte
suffrage act of tbe state oni-t tution.
adopted at the general election held
on riovemrter 3 189b does not appear
in the revised statutes.
Under the article as really amended
an unnatural. zed person rnu't deiisre
his intention six months before the
election - at which he offers
to vote; under the article
as it apneirs la the constitution as
printed in tbe revised statutes and in
Savles' and Batts' be is only required
to declare bis intention at any time
hefire he offers to vo-e.
The failure to include the amend-
ment in tbe revised statutes is due to
tbe fact that tbey were printed
before the amendment was
adopted. Tbe amendment was Ins'
sight of at tbe city elections held
throughout the state since the adepcon
of the article and it was in those elec-
tion that illegal votes were probably
The New Rabbi.
An article in the meriotn Israelite
has tbe fo. lowing tribute to Rev. Oscar
.Cohen who will assume charpeof
Mt. Sinai congregation of this city on
or about January 1st:
"Asa'redy eta-.cd in your columns
the pulpit of Shaarai Shomayim con-
gregation du'ing the holidays just
passed was tempora lly (nd very ac
ceptably too) filled by Mr. Klein of
tbe Ucion coilepa but the reason a d
sequel thereto of tbe absenod of our
regular and almost Idolized mio-
i-tar the Reverend Oscar J. Co-
ben must row be given to the pub
lic. Indeed this congregation is
about to meet with a severe loss and
its pulpit which beeldt-s him has bjen
irraced by such eminent divines as tbe
Rev. A. Moses aod tbe Rev. H. Berko-
wi'z will once more be vacant with a
shf-pherdle-s flock seeking a gu de.
Our beloved minister al hough his
health bas been generally good would
occasionally suffer fr m an attack of
asthma and his phvsicin recommend
ed a temporary change of climate.
Doctor Cohen selected El Paso Tr-xas
for bis rest during bis vacation and ro
'ree d d he ff el io tbat much higher
altitude and drier climate from bis
usual trouble tbat he decided
to reside there. It is no surprise
to up wbo know blm.tbat bis brilliancy
and charming1 personality inspired our
coreligionists in that vicinity with the
desire of possessing bim. and thev
formed a congregation on tbe tpot and
gave bim a spontaneous unsolicited
call as minister which he accepted.
Our members are all but In mourning
over the Darting and no othe-s have
endeared themselves n the hearts of
this commun ty as he bas done. With i
him go our fervent wishes for his
health and happiness."
Texas Game Laws.
The que tion "When is it lawful to
kill game in Texas" is one tbat is so
often asked by law ab ding
tbat we publish below tbe
cit zens i
during wbich certain game etc. may
D-er from September 1st to Janu-
Turkeys September 1ft to April 1st.
Quail October 1st to March 15th.
Prairie Chickens August 1st to
Killing of Antelope and Mongolian
Pheasants is problb td for 5 years.
Fire hunting or uelng lamps or
lanterns is prohibited.
Using nets or traps for catching
quail or prairie chickens Is entirely
Buzzards Carrion Crowp and Tree
Birds fobidden at all seasons.
Seining of fish is lawful during the
period from Aug. 1st to January 30th.
Using meshes less tban two and one
ha'f inches get nets dvnamltb rar-
tr dges or any poison is abaoluifclv for- i
biddau. Exchange. 1
A Little Personal Difficulty.
Last afternoon as tbe night police
force was relieving tbe dav force.
Policeman Pat Dwyer and Nitrht Cap-
tain Turn Bendy became involved m a
little set-to of words. A bystander
stated tbat tbe night captain accu-ed
the policeman of having talked too
freely to a reporter and Mr. Dyr re-
futed tbe charge in a rather abrupt
manner or lo other wotds called Ben
dy a liar. At tbe time of doing' so he
caught the wrists of tbe man whom he
called a liar and prevented him from
doing anyth'ng serious.
About this time friends came in and
separated tbe two angry men and
then the day policeman began to talk
about one of his superiors. This in-
furiate d the night captain more and
be told Mr. Divyer if he was not armed
t go home and arm himself as be
didn't waut to take any advantage of
The matter was hushed up and the
two men were kept apart as much as
The whole matter was the outcome of
OfQ -er Dwyer being laid off for fifteen
Neither one of tbe men would bave
anything to say about the difficulty
and both said tbey didn't want any
thing fald about it.
The S. P
Wreck On the S. P
pa-sengvr train due here
yesterday at 1 :3U p. m. st-uck a sand
drift near Indio Arizona teleacnpirg
he mail and water cars and killing
the mail clerk Geo. Kellogg. The
country around there bad been
irea'ed to some heavy sand storms
'atr-ly and at the point where
this accident occurred it is said that
tbe sand bad drif ed on tbe track to a
depth of several feetjand the passenger
tram cau.e thundering aloog and
struck it with sufficient force to dem
olish the wa er and mail cars.
The dead cl-rk was 45 years of age
and bad a host of frlods on this end of
tbe line. He has been in the mail
servicefor the pt twelve yers. He
started in as a substitute out of Albu
querque and from there was pro
moted to a mail run on tbe Atlantic
& Pacific. From there ' he was
transferred to this point where he re
mained up to tht:meof rl-death
He bas a son 10 ears ot age living in
L's Angeles where the remains of the
father will in all probab.lity be taken
How They Fought.
trooper uovriand of Deming was
hot through the lower ribs. He wa
ordered by R. ics -veit to fall back to
the dressing s'.d'.ioo b n thre Criuroh
t ld him tbeie was noibirg be could do
I ir mm: and directed him to stt down
until be could be taken lo tbe hospital
at bibonay. ttowlunj sat sail lor
short time an 1 then remarked rest-
lessly "I don't seem to be doing much
trooa here' and picking up his car
b ne returned to tbe front. There
Roosevelt found bim.
Registrati n Proceeds
The registrat.oa bureau is open and
though q iite a numoer of the more
anxious voters have registered the re
tistrarrf are beirg kept buy witb
those who are waiting until tbey hap
pen -to pass tbe place.
Now is the time tj register. Go be
fore it is too late.
Up to J u'cloca- to a ay Ibe total num
ber registered had increased to 1623
Of this to'al this total thero are 1113
whites 424 Mexicans and 86 negroes.
Toe registration by wards is:
1st 2d 31 4th
274 t40 471 218
This morning tbe grated jury whs in
sees on for about to hours atid the re-
suit of the session was tbe returning of
six iudictmeuts but tbe only one made
public was against FiOrercio Nery for
burglary. The other five were for
offenders of tr e law who are not ut.der
arrrst but very likely will be t -Id by
night to give a recogmzaoce bond.
A' er tbe work was over tte jury ad
jourced to meet again on tbe Ziia at '
The jury In the district court wbo
haa been out all night on tbe ca-e o'
tbe state agaiLSt Jo-e Avi.lar for raoe
were brought in this morning t 10:30
and dis ;harg- d as tbey reported to
tbe juLge by message that they were
unaOie to avree up.n a verdict. It is
thought tbat the case will be tried
again somn time the latter part of tbe
month. Nothing more was done and
tbe court took a recess until tomorrow
The j v that Dewev la a dud;
Well If t- is chance be tru-.
Ub'iow. w hut do da whan duty calls
Yan eediide'll do.
Another Railroad Problem.
The T. V. passenger train due here
at 10:05 this morning was reported five
hours IkIh owing to some difficulty hs-
tw en the stations of Van Horn and
Sierra Bltno. At this writing it is
impossible to state the cause of tbe de-
lay. It Is simply another of thope ra'l-
road problems which are very difficult
for a reporter to solve until tbe color-
ed poriers arrive from the scene of tbe
IVhat Does It Mean?
It is repo te-i on the streets that a
large number of men ad teams hav-
l e n put to work on the county road
down io the vicinity ol Ys'eta. and it
is beli ved ly many that the old game
of using road and bridge funds to se-
cure votes in the primaries and elec-
tion is beintr reso-ted to
f Church Tea.
This afternoon from 3 until 6 the
ladies o tha Trinity M E. church
are giving a tea and reception a' the
re-idence of Mrs. C. O. Coffin on Mag-
A typographic error in tho article
In yesterday's Herald beaded 'A
Fine Exhibit" and telling of the beau-
tiful diwp ny f turquo's in the show
windo of A. H. Kichrds's jewelry
store gae a wrong oppression Tho
statement wns made that "the collec-
tion ci 'i:.t a ne the largest p- rfect cut tur-
quois in tbe Uni eit States ' It st ould
have rend "tl e largest perfect tur-
quois cut In the United States. "
Fred Bascom of Las Cruces came
down this morning.
Captain Isaiah Weston is suffering
from another shock of paralysis.
J. E. Nagley went up to Las Cruces
tbis morning for a day or more.
O. J. Nelsotr-hosrded this morning's
Santa Fe ticketed for Albuquerque
W. J. Norris
was .a passenger for
this morning by the
SsaDta b'o route.
Pat. Garrett republican nominee for
sheriff of Duna Ana Co. came down
Mrs. Nestor Arm ijo of Las Cruces
came in this morning on the Santa Fe
from New Mexico.
G. L. Humphrey Guadalajara Mex-
ico arrived this morning on the Santa
Fe from St. Louis.
H. McCutcbeon returned to So
corro this morning called on import-
ant mining business. .
Dr. J. V. Cowan democratic nomi- I
nee for superintendent of Dona -Ana
county public schools is irfHhe city. I
ti E. C. Roberts president of the Rio'
Grande dam and irrigation company
returned yesterday from New Mexico. .
Mr. Goudet arrived tbls morning
from St. Louis wiih 14 harness horses
by Wells Fargo & Co. express for
r-inito Pino editor of El Labrsdor
aod a New Mexico a't rney of strong
social and political affiliations spent
yesterday in tbe city.
Jacob Chavez arrived yesterday on
the southbound Sinta Fe from New
Mexico on important business and re-
turned this morniDg.
Mrs. A. S. Burdette and child ar
rived oo the south bound Santa Fe
this morning and continued southward
oa the Cetitral to Mexico City. I
"Rev. .T. Harwood superintend-!
ent of the Mexican Methodist missions
Is visiting points in New Mexico in
discharge of his ministerial duties.
r Jules Grau was among the arrivals
on tbe G. H. tbls afternoon from Sao
Antonio where bis ope-a company is
playing this week Mr Grau says that
nis company will play in El Paso next
.Dan. Cherry was among the de-
partures t day on the T. F. for hia old
borne at Keuk Mo. Cherry goes
there on a lsit to his mother and ex-
pects to be absent from the city about
' Pierson: Jo9e Frios Mexico; Mrs.
V. Arlington. J. Y. d Groot Jacob
Blanco N S. Barrett Mexico City;
G. C. Bryan Alamogordo.
Grand Centra : H. Coatn? Nw
York; S E. Hou-1and Lincoir ;W Le
Haye Mexico; S. Simons San Fran-
cisco; Mrs. Neotor Arinijj Las Cru-
ces. St. Charles: Pinito Pino Jacofco
Cr avez Lis Crncf; S. Cardeneli and
wife. Mex co; W E Greenwood La sea;
A. W. Barr; L G. Humphrey Guada-
Lindell: Gpo. Lu'z Kansas; J. M.
x ine Mexico; L. C. hattuclr. Jno.
Farley W. Burns Ar;zona; T. W.
Monroe R. Grayson J. Dines Rincon;
J. J. Bgley.
Center Block: R. C. Catham Sn
Antonio; F A. Sains: F. S. Sawyer
Kansas Ciyt;JJ. C. Johnson Thurston;
Y. Louhens ar d wife. Mexico; S. F.
Mallefert Conn.: E Zayos; A. J. Pa-
pen Las Cruces.
That Alarm of Fire.
Last evening as every one was going
to supper tbe alarm of fire was sounded
from tbe rorthf astern part of the city
and the department went out only to
find that someone was burning brush
ff in the lower part of the Franklin
There was no cause whatever for an
alarm to he turned in and the person
who turnfd it in ought to be sum-
marily dealt with at least tti is bow
most of tbe firemen who had the long
run expressed themselves.
It was learned that Mr. A. P.
Coles who is the agent f.ir the proper-
tv knew that tbe old darky on the
place was going to burn the b-ush.
Now the question arises whether the
cbief or A. P. "oles turned in the
aiarm to give tne ooys a run icr exer-
ciee. DIvorcs Granted.
This morning Judge Walthall grant-
ed Cora Freeze a divorce from her
husband Peter Freeze on tbe ground of
non-support. Tbe court gave her the
cu-tody of the two little children as
The El Pmso Grocery Co is now sell
ing three dozr fresh eggs for 50c; or
two dozen for 35c.
Have von attetidecl tfie--2
g Now in progress at
: Closing Out Sa'e has never been seen or heard of. The many 2
: patrons who ottended last geek's orening wi'l all testify to the 2
: Great Bargains and the saving his sale has been to Ihem. ...... 2
I We will still continue to give greater bargains daily as our 3
E Stck consists of the Finest Novelties in 2
REMEMBER that we
are also closing out
our entire line of
Gents' Good Cloth-
Hats and Shoes.
I ...N. DIAMOND'S... 1
g New York Store San Antonio St 2
EAST LAS VEGAS
SOCORRO. N. M.
BROWNE & MANZANARES CO.
WOOL HIDES AND PELTS.
Telephone 213. - Cor. Fifth and El Paso streets.
ALL LINES OF 1898 PACKED GOODS NOW OS SALE-
We sell to dealers only.
Shoe Quality: ra
"Hanan & Son's" Men's Famous Fine Shoes.
"Hanan & Son's" Ladies' Swe'l Dress Boots.
"Kripperdorf Dittmann Co's. Medium Priced Good Shoes."
"Cowles Bros.' " Misses and Children's Fine Shoes.
Our Own "Pew's Princeton" $3.50 Shoes for Gentlemen.
"$5 00 Value for 3.50."
CAN YOU BUY ANY BETTER? WE CANT
j-p-! 301" Pap antonlo St. Shoe Mew.
KENTUCKY'S FINEST SOUR
MASH BOURBON WHISKY.
Corner El Paso and San Antonio Sts. El Paso.
COLD BOTTLED BEER
-On the purchase
A Call to Arms.
Justice McKie will leave tonight for
Vinton Texas whi re he will join in
the holy bonds .of wedlock a young
couple of tbat olace.v During bis ab-
sence Justice Darwooa will have entire
charge of town in this line of work.
Justice McKie will return tomorrow.
The engagement of Harry Corson
Clarke at Myar Opera house next Sat-
urday nlgbt is exciting a great amount
of interest. Mr. Clarke and his clever
company will be reen in tbe brilliant
farce '"What Happened to Jones"
which haFcored a phenomenal su 'eess
in New York Locdon and San Fran-
cisco. Harry Corson Clark in the role
of "Jones" who is equally at home
selling hymn books or playing cards
is excrucia'iogly funny and tbe many
complications in wbich be finds him-
se f are s cleverly bandied tbat be has
won the admiration of both the press
and the public.
The best Mexican and Havana cigars
are made by the El Paso Cigar Mfg
Three dozen freh eggs for 50c at the
El Paso Grocery Co. ; or two dozen for
MISS J. A MALLORY
Tailor made Suit ant Wraps a specialty.
212 ST. LOUIS S I REET.
Mrs. E. E. Baker
Teacher of VOICE CULTURE.
For Terms Apply at Studio
208 MESA AVENUE.
the NEW YORK STORE. And such a 3
Dress Goods Silks Linens. Laces. Em-
bro'deries. Notions Ready-Made Gar-
ments of every description.
this is a real BONA FIDE Sale as we are GOING 2
OUT OF BUSINESS. 3
are tola agents
this city tor
TO At. L-
IN PINTS AND QUARTS
of any kind of-
El Paso Foundry 6t Machine Co.
Note these great reductions f n pries.
Keop your eye on this spare. Wa
shall continue to furnish a bulletin
of prices on the latest seasonable
At greatly reduced p-ices. Assorted
colors. Latest designs of Stripes
and Plaids only 4c per yard.
LarJTe etock in new variety of colors
and Plaids. Reduced from 8io to So
The pretty new effects. Superiority
of designs and brightness of cob rs.
Light Blue Red Cardinal D ts
St-ipeo and figures. Reduced from
lOo to 6io yer yard.
In new and novel effects of Taffetas
Sateens Moreens and Mohairs at
great reductions in prices.
Just received a large variety in Bea-
ver Plush. Kersey and Astrakhan at
STORE m sn Saa Antonio St
The Herald 60c per month.
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