El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 202, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 26, 1899 Page: 2 of 10
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EL PASO DAILY HERALDSATURDAY. AUGUST 26 1899.
THE DAILY HERALD
SATURDAY. AUGUST 26 1899
Published Every Evening -Except
a 4 .T a w
tieraia news wompnnj
EL PASO. TEXAS.
rtTTi.n PT.A7.A. - - TELEPHONE 116.
Aguinaldo by exaggerating the Buffer
ings of our soldier boya "We are not
babies but soldiers."
Our dispatches from the Beat of war
in the Yaqui country from the Hek-
ald's special correspondent seem to
indicate that the Mexicans have a hard
job on their bands if they intend to
crush the rebellion utterly. It is not
likely that the loss of life will be large
but the prospects are good for a long
and very expensive guerrilla war that
will retard the development of that
section of Mexico immeasurably. Let
us hope that Mexico will succeed in
pacifying the rebellious tribe in a short
time. We here on the border are very
greatly interested in this matter from
a commeroial standpoint as well as a
An Independent Republican
vlbA Enforcement of Existing Laws
Is the First Step Toward Mu-
3. A. Smith - - General Manager
H. D. Slater ------ Editor
ETenky L.Capell - Business Manager
Entered at the postofflce at El Paso. Texas
for transmission through the malls at second
A few years ago a wild man came
from Borneo who (or which) drew
crowds to see him at the circus of
Barnum the showman. Yesterday
came another strange thing from
there a dispatch saying that the Am
ericans are entirely outdone in the
Philippines and that an indescribable
state of anarchy prevails. There was
always a suspicion that the wild man
came from Kansas and the presump-
tion is fair that the alleged news ori-
ginated nearer home than it would
have us believe.
Dally one year....
" six months.
. " three " ..
Weekly one year..
" six months
three " .
The Dally Hxbald Is delivered by carrier
la El Paso Texas Juarez Mexico and at the
El -Paso smelting works at fifteen cents (16c)
per week or sixty cents (60c) per month.
Subscribers falling to get the Hxbaxd
smlarly or promptly should call at the office
or telephone No. 115. All complaints will
celve prompt attention.
It Is said that in Canada the use of
bicycles will shortly be forbidden to
Catholic priests on the ground that it
tends to lower their dignity. The pro
jected order has caused much dissatis-
faction among those who cannot
afford to keep driving horses as in
large parishes some means of getting
about in .a hurry is indispensable. Lay
men will see about as much sense in in-
hibiting the use of the bicycle under
such circumstances as there would be
if electrio cars were selected instead
for the victims.
Bates of advertising In the Dally or Weekly
Herald will be made known upon applica
tion at the business office. Those who pre-
fer can have a representative of the business
department call upon them.'.who will quote
nricesTand make contracts for space. Call
telephone No. 116.
Classified advertisements or locals ten
10) cents per line for first Insertion and five
(5) cents foreacb additional insertion.
Special rates upon five hundred (600) or one
thousand (1000) lines of local to be used in
One month will be; furnished upon applica
In orderfto lnsure-proper changes In adver-
tlslng-copy forsameIshoald be -at the busi-
ness office-not later-than 10 a. in.
The prospects for a great fall and
winter business in El Paso are very
rood. All our - principal merchants
are putting in unusually large and
varied stocks of goods in expection of
a very large demand. Business has
beenj.steadily on the upward incline
in this city for the past three years
and it seems as if nothing can. prevent
a continuance of the upward move-
ment. Some of our more conservative
business men fear a boom as
much as they do a depression. We
can agree with them that a general in-
flation of values owing to false concep-
tions of what constitutes prosperity
would be very bad for the city. It
might make money f ast-for some people
for a little while but the effects of
such inflation are invariably to cause
a contraction of credits and a strin-
gency more or less serious in propor
tion to the unnaturalness of the infla
tlon that has taken place. But at
present in this city we are unable to
see any signs of such inflation now
or in the future. Perhaps in no in
dustry is the general and unpreoedent-
. ed prosperity of El Paso better shown
than in the building industry
But while prices are high for mate
rials and labor and building is going
ahead at an astonishing rate.it appears
that the supply ia not at all in excess
of the demand if indeed it is commen
surate with it. The growth ia all
lines seems to be steady and of the
sort that will have no reaction. But
it is well to warn our business m:n at
all times against permitting the use of
oredit to be abused. There is a per
centage of risk beyond which it is
never prudent to go even in the best
of times and as the phrase of war
goes never permit the enemy to men'
ace your line of communication with
the base of supplies. ' Thus in time of
great business prosperity aDd expan
sion it is the rule of the great mer-
chants and financiers to. watch their
stocks and investments and credits
more closely than ever always keep
ing open a way of retreat. El Paso
does not want a boom but it wants to
come near enough to see one.
During life the pauper is spurned
and buffeted. In death behold he is
sought out among his brethren and In
stead of charging extraordinary prioes
for burying him the undertakers
scram Die ior tne privilege ana are so
eager that they offer money in return
for the monopoly. No doubt the pau-
per is pleased to be for once taken no
The inevitable outcome of the "de
partment store habit" baa been
the formation of a department store
trust. The trust will own retail stores
in every city in the country. Its head
quarters will be in New York and the
traveling salesmen will be out of a job.
The trust hopes to reduce prices to the
First the Diaz reception then the
carnival. El Paso has never had such
an opportunity to entertain her friends
and at the same time advertise herself
in the best possible way. let there be
the most enthusiastic cooperation on
the part of all to make the two occa
sions signal successes.
A Record of 1864 Is Omitted For Ob
On the policy of expansion of antl
expansion imperialism or anti-impe
rialism the right of Americaa citizens
to imperialism the right of American
citizens to express themselves is not
questioned. On the other hand the
right of a citizen of this republic to
give aid and comfort to a public ene-
my is expressly denied by so respecta-
ble a public document as the consti-
tution of the United States whioh at-
taches a "fine dishonoring word" to
the practice. But apart from legal
rights it 1b of questionable utility to
tell the people that you would be glad
li tneir sons Drotners ana other re
latives or friends in the Philippines
should be defeated and slaughtered
Subject to reasonable limitations of
this sort the country has heard the
praises showered noon Aguinaldo and
his Tagal followers with surprising
equanimity. This cornea from largely
the same sources as the opposition to
tne war with (Jreat .Britain In 1812-15
and to the war with Mexico in 1846-48.
Opposition to the government in time
of war is largely hereditary. The
descendants of the men of the Hartford
convention of 1814 are still on deck
though no doubt many of them are
with the government now. But the
men who espoused the British cause in
1814 and the Mexican cause in 1846-48
have still their descendants and sue
cessors who can see no good in any but
a brown or black skin and who pray
nightly that the insurgent Taerals
shall bring the United States to shame
C. E. Pierrel has located the Denton
claim in the Old Hat district San Cat-
alina mountains says the Tucson Star.
Lie. Baltazar L. Pineda has deno-
unced the Marts and Bruja gold and
silver mines near Pozos Guanajuato.
Ex-Conductor George Houston is the
owner of a rich piece of mining prop-
erty in the Magdalena district Mon-
The Anillo de Hierro mine near
Lampazos NuevoLeon has been reduc-
ed from 500 pertenencias to 230. Mex- j
In Taviche district a Mr. Andros
has struck a vein of good metal seven
feet wide. It is known as the "Car-I
plntero" mine. Ex.
The Liewlssohns the copper kings
and owners of ithe Rosemont mines
have recently purchased copper bear
ing property in Utah and are develop
ing it on a large scale. Tucson Star.
Adam Fulton an Arizona prospector
at Casas Grandes Mex. has denoun
ced a natural cave near Bacerac Mex
ico which is literally lined with
pockets of free milling gold. Some of
the ore assays twenty-five ounces to
the ton. Ex.
The Gladiator mine Yavapai county
Arizona which was also sold recently j
under judgment on fcreclosure of la
borer's lien has been purchased by T.
Lr. in or rig. The mine is considered
good one and is well opened up and is
equipped with a stamp mill. Tucson
In the Taviche district there is al
ready one mill in operation doing fine
ly. Another one is on the wav there
and Messrs. Mo Wood & Co. have or
dered two for their property and the
neighboring mines which are all near
the Taviche section. Monterey Globe
Within two years California will
have mines over 3000 feet in depth.
There are several shafts now down to
the 2000 foot mark or near it and some
below it. When the new Kennedy
shait in Amaaor county reaches the
proposed depth of 3500 feet it .will be
about 2000 feet below sea level. Jour
After ten years of litigation the now
celebrated Equator mining suit which
probably nas baa more to do with
bringing the Jerome copper district
before tne worm than any other mine
has been settled for all time. The
property has gone into the hands of
capitalists each of whom will work his
share Independently. Ex.
Word comes from reliablejeources
that the Spenezuma company are about
to resume operations on their proper
ties. The manager Schuyler s.
Moore is at present at Spenezuma and
will visit Tucson in a few days. It is
understood that the management Is go
ing to put in additional machinery and
that the properties are going to be
thoroughly developed. Star.
The new cyanide plant at Mammoth
will be ready for operations about Oc
tober 1 says the Tuooo Star. Alarge
force of workmen are now busy put
ting the large steel tanks together.
The riveting of the huge sections of
the tanks together while making a
loud din is sweet music to the resi
dents for it means added prosperity to
the thriving mining camp of Mammoth.
The Harqua Hala "'old mines Yuma
Ariz. county recen"ly Bold bv auction
to H. G. Hubbard for 95010 was pur
chased by an English syndicate not
many years ago for $1250000. The
mines were operated for a time but
the English people failed to make a
success of the property. The new own
er will proceed at once to work the
mines and there is every reason to be
lieve that they will prove very profit-
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JOSHUA 8. RAYNOLDP Pra!riert;
ULYSSES 8. STEWART Oaahier;
M. W. FLOURNOY V'r-F r ' ?
JOS. F. WILLIAMS Asat. Oaahier.
WE CARRY THE
Line in City
Also a complete
Morehouse Block - Next to P. O.
FIEST NATIONAL BAN
El Paso Texas
Capital and Surplus.
HENRY L. NEWMAN. JB. Cashier.
WILLIAM H. VEBB AsslstantCasbler.
H. L. NEWMAN & SON Bankers
EL SPA SO 'TEXAS.
A DGENERAL BANKINGS BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Purchasers of Gold and Silver Bullion. Safety Deposit Boxes for RAntriM.
lean Money and Exchange Bought and Sold and Received on DP
posit Subject to Check. Transfers Made by Wire to All
Points in Mexico. Special Attention Given
O. R. MOREHEAD Prealaent;
J.O. LAO K LAND Oashiar;
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN Vloa-Praaidant
J. H. RU8SELL. Asst. Caahiar
STATE NATIONAL BANK
Established April I88i.
A legitimate banking business transacted in all its branches v.
all the cities of the United States bought at par. Highest prices paid for Mex
Banco Comercial of Chihuahua
Bay and eell Mexican Money and Exchange on all the principal cit'en nf th
Republic of Mexico the UnFted States and Euro??.
A General Banking R
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DraxCTORB: LUI8TKKKAZAS: ENRIQUE O. ORRKT. tob m
MAXIMO KEAKAUIRi LUM TEEBA2A8 J -
ADOLrH KKAKAUEB Manager
B. P. MIOHELSON. n t ppunriirmm .
Present. Vic- resident. Secretary. . Cal Mae
IfiE H. LESINSKY CO..
and JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS.
The best in the world
1 1-2 to 50 Horse Power.
No. settlement is asked for
from responsible parties until
engine is running and meeting
all claims. Be sure and get our
prices before buying elsewhere.
Engine can be ssen in operation
at our works any time.
are noted for their
crank banners. They are
easy to push.
El Paso Foundry & Machine Company
The volunteers as they return from
the Philippines are invariably "in the
best of condition" and notwithstand
ing all the threats that were voiced
not long ago as to the awful revela
tions that would be made by them
when they returned in regard to the
conduct of the war in the Philippines
the papers have not been surcharged
with such stuff. In fact those fellows
are far better soldiers than their over
zealous friends are citizens. As one of
the brave boys said when asked bis
opinion of the mistaken zeal of the
friends of Aguinaldo in this country
who have tried to create sympathy for
G. A. R. Encampment.
Account National Encampment G.
A. It. Philadelphia Pa. Sept. 4 to
9th. The Santa Fe Route will sell
round trip tickets August 30th. to Sept
1st. Inclusive at rate of $57. 15. This
ticket will be good to leave Philadel
phia returning without execution up
to and including Sept. 12th. By depo
siting tickets with Joint Agent at Phi
ladelphia between Sept. 5th. and 9tb.
and on payment of 50o at time of de
posit return limit will be extended to
leave Philadelphia up to and including
Mexican Mineral Belt.
The only direct route to the rich
mining- regions of Eastern Sonora
and Western Chihuahua is via the
Sierra Madre line and Caeas Gran-
des. Trains leave Ciudad Juarez at
8:25 daily except Sundays.
J. T. JLOOAN
Genl. Traffic Agent
Refrigerated roasts steaks veal.
mutton and pork. El Pa90 market 315
San Antonio St.
Mr. Jesse R. Franklin and the Wal-
lace Brothers "Joe and Dick" own
ers of the Zapote mine in the district
of San Angelo to Taviche state of
Oaxaca have twelve claims which are
pronounced to be valuable property.
It is already fairly developed and is
right now turning out ore very gratify
ing to the owners. In course of three
or four months they will attain a depth
of 350 or 400 feet when they will then
own the deepest mine in that section
as well as the richest. Monterey
About seven years ago Charles Co-
well one of the best known prospectors
and mining men of Yumacounty Ariz.
met with a serious accident by the ex-
plosion of a shotgun while shootiDg
pigeons at the foot of Jones street
where he then resided. The flying
fragments of the gun cut his face and
head in a horrible manner. His
wounds healed very quickly but be
baa complained ever since of a large
scar in nis temple. In wnicn be believed
was imbedded a piece of the broken
gun. This week he had an operation
performed by physicians in Los An-
geles and a piece of iron an inch and a
half long half an inch wide and a
quarter of an inch thick was found im
bedded in the skull. The piece of iron
was removed without difficulty and tbe
patient is now getting along nicely
Last week in the state of Sonora the
fallowing new mines were denounced:
byj. E. Bickerton Henry Bollwig W
C. Lemming Frank Strunck and Anto
nio Vega the Siglo deOro gold and
silver near Cumpas: bp J. C. Bicker-
ton Henry Bollwig and W. C. Learn
ing tne Jetr silver ana gold near
Cumpas; by Luis Felix the Escondida
silver and gold near Cumpas; by G. W.
Beard and copper near San Miguelito;
Dy M. Li. uawson ana lien JN orris the
I. A. L. gold and silver near Cumpas:
Dy juiio Maaria tne Maravilla Num.
2 copper 3 leagues north of Santa
Cruz; by W. L. Hargrove the Placer
de Hargrove gold near Cucurpe; by
Juan F. Robinson tbe Mina Grande
gold near Barranoa; by Jose Gandara
the San Pedro copper near Matane:
by John F. Robinson the Plomosa sil
ver lead near San Antonio de la Hu-
erta; by Ricardo Moreno the Prin-
oesa and Esperanza both of copper
near Ures; and by William Gwynn the
4 de Julio and 16 de Setiembre. fold.
near Soyopa. Mexican Herald. 1
"The Yellow Fellow."
Best made for the money.
R. S. TANNER
113 Sheldon Blk. - Op. Postofflce
H. P. NOAKE.
Dr. T. F. Sam
Mitchell and Old Hick-
Whips and Robes.
Cor. Overland and Santa Fe Sta.
I have the only machine torSS
putting on Rubber Tlrei In
Old City Hall Building
OP LOS ANGELES
Is now located at No. 311 St. Louis St. In Com
mercial Hotel Block. Consultation free. Of
fice hours 9 to 11 a. m.. 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 t. m.
The doctor is a graduate of the famous med-
ical college of Canton City China and has
successfully treated thousands of patients
with his herbal remedies and his skillful
diagnosis of the pulse. Ths doctor's family
for six generations have been famous
Throughout the world for their successful
treatment or all diseases of the human body.
ARE PA0R ASSETS
Commencing June 1st and continuing
until sept. 3jtb 1S99 tbe Queen &
Crescent route will plaoe in effect
from all coupon stations regular sum
mer resorts in east Tennessee. North
Carolina Virginia and northern re
sorts good until Oct. 31st. Tbe Queen
and Crescent offers to the public excel
lent service. Train leaving New Or
leans daily 7:30 p. m. arrives Cin
cinnatl next evening 7:30 thus giving
twenty-four hours schedule carrying
Pullman Buffet sleeper. There is al
so through a Pullman sleeping car on
this train to New York running byway
unaitanooga Bristol Lynchburg
wasnington and Pa. K. li. thus pene
trating the very heart of the summer
resorts. Train leaving ShreveDort
daily at i):10 a. m. carries through
rmiman sleeper to Chattanooga
where change can be made into tha
Cincinnati or New York sleepers with
out getting oil train.
Jbor detailed information as to rates
routes etc. apply to any ticket agent
or X. M. Hunt. T. P. Dallas. Tex.. R.
J. Anderson A. G. P. A. or Geo. H.
Smith G. P. A. New Orleans.
To leave to your family. Many men INTEND to pro-
tect their loved ones by assurance but never even try
to turn their intention into action. Many others do
try but never until too late. For example: During 1898
alone the Equitable declined the application of 8382
persons for $30318878 of assurance. Don't you think
you had better put jour intention Into execution be-
fore It is too late?
Messrs Wilson & Miller have outside
capital for investment in El Paso real
Debts 3NTevei? Die!
When you die your Salary stops your earning
If you are a professional man your income dies
If you have an estate or a business they become
liabilities against your estate.
You can however make your debts die with you
by means of Lifa assurance in the Largest.Strong-
est and Best Company in the world
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Having over :$12000000 more surplus than the
next largest in existence.
WALTER N. PARKHURST Gen'l Manager Albuquerque N. M.
H. F. KETTLER. - - - District Agent
Room 5 Morehouse Block El Paso Texas.
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