El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 156, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 1, 1899 Page: 3 of 12
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EL PASO DAILY HERALD SATURDAY JULY 1 1899.
Mine Mill and Smelter Sif (y House
STORE AND WAREHOUSE: EL PASO TEXAS
102 ST. LCUI8 8T 8HELDON BlOCK
Branch Compania Industrial Mexlcana. Gen. Office a Work.; Chihuahua Mex.
Temperature atCloudcroft N. M. 107 miles
northeast of El Paso at II O'clock this
We carry the largest stock of Mining and Milling
machinery and Supplies in theouthwest. We have
exceptional facilities for fitting u complete plants. Our
connections with the largest manufacturers in the United
btates oi mining macHinery11"1 " :
orders in the United Statespromptly and efficiently at
the lowest prices.
Aeent fo AEIJIAL FINLAV?OX TRAMWAY SYSTEM. CRUCIBLE STEEL
WIRF KOi'F AMES IKON WORKS CORLISS HIGHEST GRADE ENGINES.
HolsflXU RN'GINEs. STAMP MILLS CYANIDE MILLS CHLOKIN ATION
MILLS. l'AN AMALGAMATION MILLS.
Write fr estimates and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
We employ a large force of engineers at our El I'aso warehouse under the man-
H. R. Ayres Gen. Mgr. B. L. Berkey Asst. Mgr.
eon of Electioneer one of the highest
bred and handsomest horses in Amer-
ica will eerve at Ballinger & Long-
well's stables (San Francisco St.) dur-
ing1 present season on Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays of each week:
and at A. Courchesne's ranch on Tues-
days. Thursdays and Saturdays of each
week. This horse has no superior in
breeding in this country. He was pur-
chased sometime since by a Missouri
syndicate for 910000. He has a record
The Star Liyery Feed & Sale Stables
unrser waai urunttuasou re Hireeu.
CALLS AN8WERED DAY OR NIGHT
J. E. NAG LEY. Manager.
TOR ONli MORGUE IN THE CITY.
SIB IE1 Paso ?t.-r
A First-Class Short Order House.
Fine Teas and
W. F. McLaughlin & Co's cele-
brated good a are what we
handle exclusively. Try Neth-
erlands Java the choicest
rown on that far away island
is the very best that money can
buy. Put up in 1 lb. cartons.
Ring up Phone 260 or call at
our store for Fine Teas of any
blenl and variety.
Riviere & Detering
512 South El Paso St
The BEST and FRESHEST BEER Al-
ways on Tap.
The oldest lunch counter In the city
and the finest 15c lunches served ev-
ery day from 11 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. .
YY DINING HALU-
TMr ITnva TtlwlV T Htln T
Finest restaurant In be city; all the
delicacies of the se-vson; short order
all day In any atv'e; regular dinner
12 to 8 p m. 25c. ....
WING SING & CO. GUEY MACK
R. G.f S. M.& P. Ry.
Sierra Madre Line I
Yaqui Gold Fields.
Deep Well Pumps
Triple Power Pumps
Air Drills and Air
Large Stock Always
Phone B2. J. CALDWELL Prop
Caldwell UndertaMDg Co.
806 S. El Paso Street
The Leading undertakers
Phones 197 ana 02.
R. R. Tickets
AT CUT RATES
Ticket Brokers Jewelers and
Mexican Money Bought and Sold
Brock and O'Connor
125 EL PASO STREET.
Grand Central Dink Hall
NO. EL PASO ST.
MEAL8 . 25C.
Best meals In the city. Open 6:30 a. m. to
8:30 p.m. Regular dinner la to 8p. m. Short
Geo. M. Gaither & CO.
DEALERS IN LIVE STOCK.
Buy and Sell on Commmission.
MEXICAN CATTLE A SPECIALTY.
BRON90N BLOCK. EL PASO. TEXAS
J. A. ROGERS
Attends to all business pertaining- to
the renting' of houses paying of taxes
etc. Houses listed with us will recieve
prompt attention. Seven years exper-
ience in El Paso. Also proprietor of
Chopin Hall: office in rear where Chae.
Parker is in charge.
THE CITY KITCHEN
Meals 25 cts. Best meals in the city.
Open 5:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. Regular
dinner 12 to 8 o. m. Short orders
served. Mar Been Lee Prop. 223 San
Antonio street El Paso Tex.
'T. CHARLES HOTEL...
' Oor. El Paso & W. Overland Bts.
Strictly first-class. Special monthly
. rates during summer months.
Mrs. J. H. Lomax Prop.
Now Is the Time
to purge the system of all Impurities
and prepare it for the coming- heated
term by the use of our Sarsaparilla. It
will tone up the body make the eye
sparkle with pood health make your
onmnlATtnn Hire a r.hild'a. and crive
your step the spring of virility.
VI P15H PVni? Cft Met.
El Paso Tex.
GUNS AND BICYCLES FOR RENT.
We do Repairing.
want to find a man and
don't see him on the
streets go to the . . .
The . .
Resort. . .
.R. B. BIAS.
Groceries Tinware Queens-
Cigars and lobacco.
Everything That Is Kept In a Flrst-
..ALL GOODS SOLD fHSAP FOR CASH.
No. 203 North Stanton St.. El Paso Texas
Mattresses and Furniture
Overhauled and Carpets Fitted and
. .Laid at
Qity Jpholstering JJouse....
Carpet Cleaning Establishment
305 K. Overland St. - Ernst Ilesselmann
El Paso Marble Works.
S. El Paso 8c
La Union Cigar Factory.
The best crade of Mmloan ;...
The Victoria Colon a specialty. We
do a Btrictlv wholesale hnai naaa T at!
orders promptly filled.
A. ALVAREZ Prop.
204 Mesa Ave. El Paso Texas.
5f A full line of V
i g A A S
5 M M6
I 0 I
. S K K I
n All colors and sizes. H
A Prices to suit all. J
i M. H. WEBB'S i
was - - -
itq- e vm tm WW i
Bon ham is enforcing the Sunday law.
Sabine Pass quarantine station is to
De repired at a cost oi asduuu.
A rt.h ii r lri n a w&a lrillari Viv 1 1 rr Vt t.
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ring at Lexington Texas. Cleburne
TT 1 .
Howard Bland was badlv hurt in a
runaway at Taylor Texas. State
Mrs. Lou Connerton is on trial at
Gainesville charged with murder and
arson. State Journal.
The Baptists at Morgan Tex. dedi
cated their handsome church there on
Sunday. -Denison Herald.
The ex-confederates of Brewster and
neighboring counties will hold a re
union at Alpine on the 4th. Ex.
"W. T. "Wroe of Austin Tex. has
been appointed on the Confederate
home board. Sherman Register.
A carload of beef 6teers was shipped
to St. Louis from Morcan. Tex. that
averaged 1350 pounds each. Ex.
A numhcr of old nnldinra n.t Con tot-
are proving up their claims under the
new state pension law. Houtton Post
Sheriff Bell of Hillsboro Texas has
been offered a reward of 82000 to go to
a northern state and work up a murder
W. W. McElroy of Sweetwater fired
two loads of bird shot into Tom Wat-
kins during the settlement of a livery
Rev. M. C. Hayes has resigned the
pastorate of the Cumberland Presby-
terian church at Greenville to take up
evangelical work. Ki
The camp of Sons of Veterans just
organized at Greenville has been nam-
ea id noDoroiueneran jn. waul a
citizen of this county. Ex.
Frank Fossett was given 20 years in
ine penitentiary at 'ort Worth Tex..
for killing Green Durrett alias Doc
Carver. Cleburm Herald.
Citizens of Denton Texas have or-
ganized a railroad company to build a
road from that placa to Krum on the
Saota Fe eight miles away. Ex.
Houston bovs who served in tha Cu
ban campaign were given a patriot-
is reception on their return home
from service. Fort Worth Register.
A street duel in Galveston results in
the killing of two Innocent bystanders
the death of one of the principals and
in cripuling the other. Dsniaon Her-
The summer normal at Comanche
has opened with about forty scholars
from abroad already in the city. They
expect the echool will number a hun-
dred. At Rockwell Bud Crawley while
hauling wood fell from his wagon and
was badly hurt. The wagon was par-
tially loaded. Both wheels ran over
A negro was arrested near Austin
yesterday that is supposed to have
attempted to ravish a Bohemian girl
but he has not yet been identified.
San Antonio Light.
Frederick Oppikofer of the United
States engineer corps has left for Dal-
las to organize a party and survey the
Trinity river. The work will require
several months. Denieon Herald.
Deep drilling is in nrocrrpos in anm
ui "ie isorsicana on wells. In a well
nine miles north of the city the drill is
down 1165 feet and will go down until
white rock is struck. Fort Worth
Will HardisoD ayed about 22 years
is in jail at McKinney charged with
criminally assaulting a 10-year-old girl
and will have his examining trial to-
morrow. Both parties are negroes.
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Pardons' brigade reunion will be held
in Waxahachie on Wednesday and
Thursday Aug. 2 and 4. The mem-
bers in this vicinity are arranging to
take an active part in the proceedings
of the occasion. Dallas News-
Those who have applied for pensions
under the new state law at Dallas are-
Jack Duhig D. B. Cox Mrs Settle Fer-
guson. C. R. Matney. A. H. Williams
Robert Bean T. D. W. Anderson A. J.
Busby Mrs. S. J. Smith. James Cum-
mlngs Chap. Cagle J. W. Gass Henry
oeiiotc josepn urenowptb. James H
Burt J. H. Thurman T. C. Durrett.
Nothing better can
i . vmi duuuj ui j tuwu aim
our prices. right. Anything you want in Rubber Tires. - . J
WE MAKE A LEADINCTSPECIALTY OF FINE HARNESS. J
Mclver-Patterson Vehicle Co. Under
EL PAwfEX. HOte'' A
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hour - - 88
Ignacio Gregorio Prdzmodiskl. C. T
Park J. B. Bennett Mrs. Sarah M.
Darby Thomas Loftis. M. I. Turren-
ne ana jk. n. Odom. Houston Post
C. E. Green a wealthy farmer and
tnree nired hands were arraigned in
the country court at Paris for plowing
corn on Sunday. The landlord was
hned on a plea of guilty and the others
Z i J . 1 . .
uismiseeu mey oeing merely employes
A young man aged 18 named Leslie
Huling at Temple Texas took the
contents of a twenty-five cent box of
strychnine and died within three
houre. He said he took it to show that
tne deadly drug would not kill him.
aan Antonio .Light.
All the drummers in the state have
been invited through local nosts Unit
ed Commercial Travelers and Travel
ers' Protective Association to partici
pate in tne ceremonies incident to the
laying of the corner stone of the audi
torium at Waco. Houston Post.
Walter the 12-year-old son of Mr
Henry Keller was drowned in the
Aransas Pass gravel pit on the 28tb
(several boys of his age had made a
practice ot bathing in the oool but
the recent heavy rains have' made it
dangerously deep hence the sad affair.
It is said that Huntington has bought
two large tract of land between Vir
ginia point and Texas City just across
the bay from Galveston. This being
the Case Wa will not hn inrmlwil r
hear of an order any day for the exten-
sion of the Alamo route toStockdaleon
toward tne iaiand City. StockdaleEn
A BDeclal SeS9ion of thn TTnitat Sfoto.
court ior tne eastern district of Texas
win os convenea at pans on July 7
Judcre David Rri.nt nmf n t
la called for the purpose of passing 'up-
on the accounts of -court officials and
- J V. WDAUAUV.
bankruDtcv matters. Jnriirn ni-ant
uoe uui widk tnese matters should be
DOBtnoned until t.hn V0 Oil lot -.Aam In
September. Dallas News.
Archie Frem.n. tha 1aA .-v. n
accused of stabbing -Paul the young
soa oi congressman John L. Sheppard
in Texarkana last March and who has
been awav from hern ainn.a tha
renoe came to down today and sur
rendered. He stood a preliminary ex
amination before .Tnatl
afternoon and wn al in wort Koii i. v
sum of $1000. Dallas News.
Parties are In tha fiaTA at rv.a....
u. ww vt Dik.au tM
bavins- UD nrcdualnir WA.llann tha nniot.
a number of purchases havine- been
made during the past few days. Among
the purchases made are iktomI wail a
from what is known as the railroad
syndicate an interest
ly of railroad men of Texas. The
prices paid for wells mno-n fmm ftnn
for a two-barrel well nntn
larger producers. Ex.
The citi?enR of Finer In Pua .
Daring for a biir eelehrat ion t.ha Pmi.th
of July and had raised 500 for that
purpose but when the awful flood
wrought such havoc in Brackett the
Eagle Pass DSOdIr nrnmntln aant tha
$500 to the needv and hnmalaaa f
Brackett. Although it. wa & nti
early this was the beet Fourth of July
celebration ever held in Texas. Cuero
Last week 'a rain at. Wilnnv .
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ed to 1- inches. Tucson Star.
Seventeen mamhara rt nn.i.
Riders have been issued certificates of
merit by the war department. Ex.
ouiunei rroaie nas aesn elected pre-
sident of the Rough Riders' regimen-
tal society for the ensuing year. Tuc-
Another building is soon to be erect-
ed at the Indian school grounds near
Phoenix. The cost is estimated at $15.-
000. Tuason Citizen.
Sixty school teachers from eastern
points will arrive in Flagstaff on Thurs-
day for a trip and three days' stay at
the Grard canyon. Ex.
Mies Van Etten the nurse girl who
was burned so badly at the Indian
school near Phoenix recently died last
week Pataluma Cal. Tucson Star
Feeling ran high in Jerome when
Murphy's blaakllstlng proclamation
reached that camp and there was
strong talk of hanging him in effigy.
Advertisement will be made this
week for bids for the erection of the
new school house at Globe for which
bonds were recently voted. Tucson
The Santa Fe company the Winelow
Mail says is putting up a six hundred
ton ice house at this place. We are
informed they also propose to build a
new freight depot on the north side of
mt jru(. i ma win oe much more
i iiiin v r& i 1 1 n I iiiu w rQ wt a a i in . .
r.OQ BUYS A G00D- f
PHAFTON & HAPNFQC !
mama a M. ay ainitlla W
be sold for thp. mnnpv." finr
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Convenient for Our business men as
there will be no tra?k to cross in get-
ting to or from the depot with freight.
The contractors who are building
the state house in Phoenix have pur-
chased a granite sawing plant to be
used in cutting the stone for the build-
ing. Tucson Citizen.
A hold-up is reported to have ocenr-
ed in the Granite street section on
Thursday night the victims being two
drummers and the amount of cash
which exchanged hands being $7.
Phoenix is eettlnc into nnslt.inn n
enjoy cheaper electric light and power.
vviin tne new electric plant that Is to
be put in at the falls of the Arizona
the auestion will h
The members of the M. E. church at
Benson have been much napt.ni.harl n
the discovery that the deeds to the
lotB on which their house of worship
stands had never been recorded.
The city of Phoenix has recovered
judgment against the bondsmen of the
defaulting ex-city assessor and tsx col
lector A. A. Long for $4647.09 with
interest at 7 per cent from July 1.
Libardo Pacheco. a nanker. nf winlr.
enburg was murdered in Mexican
town. Tem De. Tuepdav nicrht. Turn
bullets of 44 caliber were fired Into
him. His murderer nra nnVnnvn
on Thuredav evening for fast. rfHna-
beingjcompelled to shoot one of them
through the leg before he would be
taken. Judge Bauder vph tarring as
sessed their sport at $25. Journal
The construction cane on tha riila
Vallev telephone lina. a nut iri.
miles from Clifton and making rapid
progress towards Clifton. Aa soon n.9
the line is completed to Clifton &
"hello girl" will abide at. tha nti
The construction canv on tha. nil a
Vallev telephone linn la nut. fiftaan
miles from Clifton and
progress towards that place. As soon
as tne line is completed to Clif-
ton a "hello" irirl will nhiAa at. tha .n.
tral office. Bulletin.
Census of 1900 Rhnuld ahnnr. PhnanU
to be the largest citv in Arizona TTn
less sneedv action is taken It. will ha
third or fourth in the list. The ad- '
ditions should be taken In so far as Is
practicable. It is of vital necesaltv tn
show the Droner irrnwfh linrlnv tha
past decade. Enterprise.
some oi tne most respectable young
gentlemen in Bisbee (choir singers
Sabbath school teachers etc.) have
been subpoenaed to attend the district
court at Tombstone next Monday to
testify to the good moral charaoter of
Dora Garnett who will be tried for
her life for killing a fellow cyprlan at
Blsbee some weeks ago. Oasis.
An unconfirmed report has reached
here that some serious brigaud busi-
ness has been transacted on the line
near Naco. It is said that an Ameri-
can (name unknown) was set upon by
several Mexican desperadoes robbed
and frightfully beaten. A portion cf
the gang were surrounded and captur-
ed but the 1 trger part escaped. Pros-
A number of gentlemen residing in
Kingman are agitating the building of
a road into the Wallapai mountains
and the erection of a summer hotel.
The road is to go up through the big
wash and over the saddle east of King-
man. On the mountain is a level
well timbered and watered spot where
grounds for a beautiful summer resort
can be laid out. Mohave Miner.
A Good Game Promised.
The Albuquerque and Alamogordo
base hail team a will m.naa hate a.
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Cloudcroft next Tuesday afternoon and
n i . i . ... .
an vyuu goon ine excursion win Dave
the pleasure of seeing the game. Beer
will be 60ld on the grounds.
The publishers of the El Paso City
Directory request all persons who have
made or who rAntemnlate makins
changes in business or residence to
notify them of aup.h chnno
of persons who may have been over-
looked in the canvass or any change
up to July 31st will he properly placed
in the directory. Mall all communica-
tions to John F. Worley & Co.
. Publishers El Paso.
3 cans Armour's
Sausage 25 cent s
10 lb pail pure Leaf
Label 75 cents.
20 lb pail pure Leaf
5 lb pail pure Leaf Lard White La
bel. 40 cents.
JbL Paso Grocery Co
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Slater, H. D. El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 156, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 1, 1899, newspaper, July 1, 1899; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth297153/m1/3/: accessed February 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .