El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 102, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1899 Page: 3 of 8
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EL PASO DAILY HERALD THURSDAY APRIL 27 1899.
A TRUE HOME
All the stock owned bv San Antonio citizens
Largest Brewery in the South
Last year's output 250000 kegs more than any other brewery south of
-3t. Louis. The cause of this is the excellent quality of the beer produced.
H. C. MURRAY.
..J R McGIBBON
300 El Paso Street Opera House Block.
Tew and. Second-hand Furniture
STOVES ST. CLAIR STEEL RANGES CROCKERY LAMPS.
Refrigerators Cheap in Order to Close Out.
FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SELLS
AT THE LOWEST.
Try Him 116 Oregon Street.
The Star LiveryFeed&Sale Stables
-THE ONLi MORGUE IN THE CITY.-
26 El Paso St.
Hearse and Carriages Furnished:
SIB Iffil Paso Street..
A First-Class Short Order House.
Oren Day and USTierlit.
WHITE HOUSE RESTAURANT.
BEST OF SHORT ORDER AT ALL HOURS.
For Ladles and Gentlemen. .... Family Patronage Solicited.
Turkey or Chicken Dinner Every Sunday ) -t r
REGULAR MEALS .... JlOC.
Board by the week S3. Commutation Tickets 5.25 for S5.00.
Corner of San Antonio and Utah sts. )LIVR3 PSVTDTr P-oo
To Lovers Of
You will enjoy yourself by looking'
at the beautiful line of Fine China
we just had in.
Come and see them.z3
A. ST0LAR0FF Prop.
Grand Central Dining Hall
NO. EL. PASO ST.
Best meals In the city. Open 6:30 a. m. to
8:30 p.m. Regular dinner 12 to 8p. m. Short
J. W. MAGOFFIN Agent.
MERCHANT & MANNING
Bt&te Dealers Dallas Texas.
uorner West Overland aaa Santa Ve Streets.
- Phone 92. J. CALDWELL Prop
Caldwell Undertaking Co.
805 S. El Paso Street
The Leading undertakers
Phones 197 ana 82.
CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT
J. E.1 NAG LEY. Msnajrer.
Phones 71. 68 & 196.
Wagon and Carriage Maker.
Horseshoeing & Blacksmith-
ing of all kinds.
Builder of the three wheel carriage
my own patent which received Diplo-
ma and Medal at World's Fair.
111 West Overland Street.
The best Mexican and Havana cigars
are made bv the El Paso cicm. .Tf
Take Your Choice
from onr delicious assortment of fine confec-
tionerythey will be found dainty and
tempting. Our chocolates and caramels
nut candles bon-bons mrsh-mallows and
taffys will be found especially toothsome.
Our confections are all made from the purest
Ingredients and are concocted by artists in
NEXT TO POST-OFFICE.
Protect Your Woolen Gar-
ments from the insidious moth during the
Sprint? and Summer months by using
tar paper. We have everything' that
is used for the purpose in gum camph-
or camphor balls but you will find
nothing to compare with our tar paper
for effectually routing the enemy and
prevent the m laying their eggs.
You will always find
the latest books.
" CYBAXO DE BERGERAC
"ADVENTURES Ob FRANCOIS"
"THE DAYS WORK"
"A DESERT DRAMA"-'
"GHOSTS 1 HAVE MET"
"PEEPS AT PEOPLE"
M. H. WEBB'S
220 San Antonio St.
...NO. 3 TAYS BLOCK....
Assay and Chemical
Corner of Stanton and St. Louis streets
P. O. Box 97 El Paso Texas
Umpire and control assays .a' specie
Agents for ore shippers.
City Upholstering House....
Carpet Cleaning Establishment.
Curtain Shades and Mattresses made. All
Kinds of Furniture repaired. Satisfactory
ERNST BESRELM ANN. Prop.
305 E. Overland St. near new Fire Dept.
A lot of gentle driv-
ing and saddle horses
for sale. Call and ex-
amine them at the
Santa Fe Sreet car sta
El Paso Towel Supply
Sewing Machines and Bicycles.
J.J. SPIER 321 El Paso St
Celeste will have a sixty ton oil mill.
The Beeville schools have closed for
the term. x
The Texas Medical association is in
session at San Antonio.
The sixteenth commencement of the
state university will be held June 11-16.
Prof. W. M. Williams has been elect-
ed as superintendent of the Taylor
Property in Dublin which for a long;
time has had practically no market
value is looking up.
A mere mention of the Hogg fee bill
in the legislature runs the legislature
wild. Bastrop Advertiser.
While prospectors were digging fori
gold on Ked river near (jarrettis blun
they unearthed two skeletons.
Mexicans at Corpus Christl are mak-
ing great preparations to celebrate the
fifth of May their anniversary of de-
claration of independence.
In addition to the $335 cash recently
secured from the' safe of A. & H. Voss
by robbers at Yoakum 829 in checks
were also taken. As yet no clew.
An election for trustees for the Alvin
independent school district under the
new trustee law. has been ordered by
County Judge Mlmson for May 2nd.
When trust operations are prevent-
ed in this state home capital will have
An Artist Who Sketched Philippine Battles.
William Bengough the famous
the recent battles between General
first came into prominence during the
paper syndicate artist at the front. Later he was sent to Paris to represent
the Leslie Syndicate with the American peace commission. He enjoyed the
distinction of being the only American illustrator present iand his work pub
lished in newspapers drew forth letters from President Day and the other
members of the peace commissions. Then he toured through Europe sending
home letters and sketches. Recently he was ordered to Manila. He sailed
from Gibraltar in March on the transport ship Sheridan which arrived several
days before the recent decisive battles.
ed from Mr. Bengough since his arrival
and special articles are already on their
lished in due time.
a show to engacre in profitable lines of
business from which it is now practi-
cally excluded Houston Post.
A Rebekah lodge of the Independent
Order of Odd Fellows has been organ-
ized in Cameron with forty-two mem-
bers by Dr. H. C. Reese deputy district
Through the caving of a bank of
gravel pits a few days ago Casimiro
Arocha was partially buried and sus-
tained permanent injuries to his thighs
and legs. Dallas News.
Physicians report several cases of
spinal meningitis in tbe vicinity of
Ennis whioh have developed within
the past twenty-four hours. There
seems to be an epidemic in this county
The city administration of Fort
Worth has decided that using petro-
leum for street sprinkling purposes is
cheaper than water. It costs about $6
tr nnrinlrln n. hlonlr Vmti fha Hnot. i a 1.1
for a month.
The situation appears to be about
this: Insurance companies are willing
to take their chances separately in
Texas 11 we don't attempt to protect '
the balance of the earth against them. '
FTnnnton TVfc- I
The unveiling of the R. L. Timmlns
monument by the Woodmen of the
World at Waxabachie cemetery on the
24th inst. was witnessed by about 1000
persons about half of these being visit- '
ing woodmen. Hix.
The gallows upon which Tom Robin
son is to be bung next Friday is being
placed in position in the jail yard at
hUllsboro. it will be inclosed by a
wall sixteen feet high. The size of
the lnclosure will be 18x20 feet.
A bill has been introduced in the
house of the Texas legislature to make
it a misdemeanor to wear a hig-h hat
during any public performance where
a price for admission is charged and it
has been reported favorably. Ex
Deputy Internal Revenue Collector
A. J. McCampbell has seized in Fort
Worth 15000 cigars manufactured in
Pennsylvania the government alleging
that the stamps affixed are forgeries.
The cigars were in the possession of
wholesale houses the proprietors hav
ing no intimation that the stamps were
not legal and satisfactory. Dallas
The volume of rainfall in South Tex-
as during the past week is pretty well
illustrated by the rise in the Colorado
river which caused the water to rush I
over the big dam and relieve the situa
tion at Austin caused by the low stage
of water and consequent failure of mo-
tive power. San Antonio Express.
Despite the large attendance at the
session of the South and West Texaa
Press Association most of the papers
in the territory represented came out
on time and up to their usual standard
of excellence in both news and editorial
matter. The editor who isn't a hustler
enough to have a little f un and keep
his work going on at the same time
isn't -bustler enough to stay in the
ranks very long. San Antonio Ex-
District Judge Clint delivered a sen-
sational charge to the grand jury at
Dallas the other day. He told it to prove
the rumors of malfeasance in office
amongst the city officials to the very
bottom to summon the mayor and al-
dermen and other city officials and
put to them such questions as it deem-
ed necessary looking to a full investi-
gation of bribery charges and if any
official refused to answer any question
asked to deal with him as the law di-
rects. Austin Tribune.
Senator Culberson has already be-
gun his work for Texas and is in
Washington now urging the re-estab-lisbment
of the military department of
Texas with headquarters at San An-
tonio. He is using some good argu
illustrator was present at Manila during
Otis and Aguinaldo s forces. Bengoubg
Santiago campaign being the only news
While no direct word has been receiv
it is safe to predict that bis sketches
way to this country and.will be pub
ments and was assured by Secretary
Alger tnat the matter would be care
fully looked into- We predict a bril
liant future for our young senator and
wnen joe ts alley gets in with him
Texas will have a pair that cannot be.
beat. Corpus Christ! Caller
An ore chute Is being constructed at
the Lucky mine near Jarilla.
The north shaft on the Nannie Baird.
near Jarilla is down over 130 feet.
Peter McCormick has ''made a rich
copper strike In Jthe Sacramento
mountains of New Mexico.
The Fraser group of copper mines on
the Rio Hondo have been leased to a
Montana syndicate for $100000. Ex-
change. Superintendent James Douglas is in
irum me oeaaior mine wnere ouu leet
from the surface. 2.400 font frnm tho
mouth of the tunnel for purposes of
sinking 200 feet deeper. Courier.
Around Elizabethtown New Mexico
mines that have been idle for two years
are being worked again and a great
deal of new machinery is being placed
in different mines in that ".district.
A tunnel is being driven at the Occi-
dental Media Dia canon Cochiti dis-
trict to cut a vein of mineral-bearing
quartz 20 feet wide and running the en-
tire length of this claim owned by
Oliver Springer. New Mexican.
Grant county mining camps are moving-
to the front with a pace that is
simply astonishing. Especially is this
true of Santa Rita and from all indi-
cations it is only a matter of a very
short while that Hanover will ex-
perience similar prosperity. Ex-
change. During the month just past twenty
six mineral pertenencias were issued in
tbe district of Parral Chihuahua and
in the first half of this mouth fourteen
The company which is working the old
Prietas mine Is setting up a large
amount of machinery just received.
Bisbee will have a population of 10-
000 .inside of another year. Bisbee
Grave robbers are operating it is
said on a large scale in Tucson. Ex-
change. Distriot court for Graham county is
now in session at Solomon ville Ex-
change. A big wrestling match is being ar-
ranged to take place in Tucson at an
early date. Exchange.
The Arizona Press association will
meet in Solomonville Monday and
Tuesday. May 8th and 9th. The
The county j ail at Prescott is said to
have now more inmates than ever be-
fore in the history of Yavapai county.
It is stated that more foreign capital
is now being invested in Maricopa
county than during any previous
Recent rains have caused the Santal
Cruz river to rise higher than it haa
been for some years. There was how-
ever little damage done by the high
The government is going to be ask-
ed through petition to establish a for-
est reserve for tbe protection of the
timber on Mt Graham. Graham
Of the two Phoenix companies in
the Arizona National guard one com
pany U will not disband but will re
tain its organization as an independent
company. The Oasis.
ThBA ftr a vATAt.imii) rtniitical times
inJPhoenlx. The strawberry box hasn't
enougn berries in it to color tne saucer
nor quite enough wood in tbe bottom
to cook dinner. Gazette.
George Wright and Dave Holladay
were convicted at Solomonville recent
ly of tbe murder of M. G. Allen at
Eden in July last They were sen
tenced to life imprisonment. Arizona
Antonio Garcia accused of selling
liquor to Indians in violation of the
United States law was brought up
from Yuma recently to await tne ac-
tion of the United States grand jury.
William Rolands a little 12-year-old
boy while on his way with bis father
from Safford to Clifton was bitten
while asleep hy a skunk the party
being camped during the night.
From all appearances the democracy
will have a walk over in the city elec
tion in Phoenix. The republican party
is badly split up and Phoenix Repub
lican comes out boldly ana states tnat
it will not support the republican
nominee for mayor. Ex
Next June will undoubtedly see the
oil hanging scaffold in the jail yard at
Tombstone ereoted and two nooses ad-
justed thereon. This is what it should
be but law in tbe western country la
somewhat laxative and it is hard to for-
tell the result of tbe trial of the cold
blooded murderers. Bisbee Orb.
It begins to look as though some of
the territorial papers which have been
strongly in favor of expansion hereto-
fore are now trimming their sails to
get in line with Bryan. While not
openly opposing the operations in the
Philippines there is a sort of leaning
in that directioa. Journal-Miner.
Tbe population of Mexico is 12619-
The new extradition treaty is as
stiff as a wire fence. Mexicaa Her-
ald. The number of marriages in Mexico
averages a little over 50000 a year.
There are over 66000 kilometers of
telegraph wires in Mexico. Chihua-
A public subscription has been open-
ed at Puebla to raise a monument to
tbe great Indian president Benito Jua-
There is still room for a few more
settlers. The average number of peo
pie per square kilometer ? legs ban
With the exception of Bombay
India the City of Mexico can boast of
tbe largest death rate of any large city
in the world it It i? anything to boast
of. Two Republics.
A few days ago two youths employed
in a sawmill on tbe Hacienda de Tere-
rio had a quarrel and one of them
Francisco Ruiz was killed by tbe oth-
er who made his escape. Exch.
Yucatan also experiences the need
of more banking capital and the Banco
Yucateco proposes to augment its
capital to $2000000 a good sign in
that prosperous section of the repub-
lic. Mexican Herald.
The new military law of Mexico will
necessitate the drilling of something
like 150000 reserves. Military service
becomes compulsory. It is a good
thine to know how to handla a. onn In
case of need. Exchange.
Several nrlvate telearamn hum Kaon
received in the city saying that the
Tit. Tiev. Archhishnn nf Moiinn f
signor Alarcon arrived safely in New
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auu luero uo win une tne steamer ior
Europe next Saturday.
A number of gentlemen of the Cltv
of Mexico have completed preparations
ior turning out a large quantity of
brick at Cuernavaca for the local
market there. The kilns will be work
ing within a couple of weeks. Ex
The inhabitants of the Analco Quar
ter in Guadalajara are getting up a
petition to tbe city council requesting
tnat tne bridge erected by Mariano
Barcena the noted scientist when he
was governor of tbe state may be cal-
led after him. Exch.
The justice of the peace at Linares
has been suspended and legal proceed-
ings taken against him in order to
verify the charges made that be col
lected certain monies for attending to
matters connected with his office and
' which were obligatory. Exch.
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Slater, H. D. El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 102, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1899, newspaper, April 27, 1899; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth297097/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .