El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 202, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 26, 1899 Page: 3 of 10
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Mine Mill and Smelter Supply Honse
STORE AND WAREHOUSE: EL PASO TEXAS
102 8T. LCUI8 8T SHELDON BLOOK
Branch Companla Industrial Mexican. - Gen- Office and Work.; Chihuahua Mex.
We carry the largest Stock of Mining and Milling
Machinery and Supplies in the Southwest. We have
exceptional facilities for fitting up complete plants.
Our connections with the largest manufacturers in
the United States of mining machinery enables us
to execute all orders in the United States promptly
and efficiently at the lowest pHCeS.
Aspnti for AERIAL FINLAYSON TRAMWAY SYSTEM CRUCIBLE STEEL
HOISTING ENGINES. STAMP MILLS CYANIDE MILLS CHLORIN AT ION
MILLS PAN AMALGAMALION MILLS.
m-a. - m A hfifnTa nil 9lA tt aIkA wh Arfi.
Wmyiora large forcS lenilneeV at o
h. R. AYRES Gen. Mgr.
The Star Livery Feed & Sale Stables
... wnt OrdluduAButt 1 Streets.
BaW a y
J. E. NAGLEY Manager.
-THE ONui MORGUE IN THE CITY.
A First-Olajjs Short Order House.
Open Dav and. 3Sigh.t.
.. J R McGEBBON
800 El faso Street Opera Houae Block.
New and. E bcond-h.aiid ITioriiitrLre
STOYES ST. CLAItt STEEL RANGES CROCKERY LAMPS.
' GLASSWARE ETC. .
Ref rigeratot s Gjieap In Order to Close Out
Ghhs the Highest Price
- Try Him - - 116 Oregon Street
& 326 El Pa St.
Mmmrm and Carriases Furnilhed
Wagon and CarriagaMer.
Horseshoeing & Blaqtsmith-
ing of all kinq
Builder of the three wheel
my own patent which recei
ma and Medal at World's Fa
111 West Overland Stet.
ma BtAiHia ahd
Bullion fftjfk a Specialty.
o.' scs mm.
Offlc nd Laboratory i
Cor. San jFranciico
EL PASO. TEXAS.
... Received weekly from BalsIa Hnos..
Veracruz. Mexican leather Jcarver at
W G W A LZ C 0 Cludad J ua?ezMex
Ud ccustonicuouse. i t i
Deep Well Pumps
Triple Power Pumps
Air Drills and Air
Large stock always
El Pso warehouse under the management of
B. L. BERKEY Asst. Mgr
Phone 02. J. CALDWELL Prep
Caldwell UndertakiDg Co.
805 S. El Paso Street
The Leading Undertakers
Phones 197 and 82.
CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT
Phones 71 6BZ& 196.
C. C BALLINGER. J. J. LONGWELL.
Ballinger & Longwell
Transfer Livery Feed
and Sale Stables.
New Rlgs.Rubber TIres.Good Drivers
Hack Service Promptly Furnished
Transferring of Freight. Light and
heavy hauling. Consignments of
freight In car lota for distribution
Xiven prompt attention. - - - - -
Have line accommodations for hand-
ling live stock in transit through the
Full line of wagons buggies and de-
livery wagons. ---------
Give us a Trial.
No. U and 14 San Francisco atraet and 108
Santa Fe Street
Phone No. 1 . El Paso Tex.
LONG BEAM LAMP
I Easily Operated
WILL BORN THR BIGGEST HOLE IN
Call and inspect the Best Bike Lamp sold
in the city at.....
El Paso Novelty Works'
OLIVER DUTTGN Prop.
San Antonio Street
Bl Paso Tex
EL PASO DAILY HERALD SATURDAY AUGUST 26 1899.
You Can't Beat Iti
We hold the winning' hand every
time as long as we have our yard fil'ed
with Cerillos coal. For cooking pur-
poses or any uae to which coal may be
put. our high grade well screened coal
wili h found both satisfactory and
I .very time. Wood. Feed
and Buildinc material agents.
RS. NORA BOOTH
Studio of Music
Boom 7 Turner Bldg. - - El Paso Texa.
fjR. WILBER TOWNSENP
Boom 2 Bronson Blk.
Ban Antonio St.
jyn. FRED C KIN6SLEY
Nations Bldg. - 214 San Antonio St.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office in Freudenthal Block! El Paso Texas.
Day or n'ght calls answered promptly. Of-
fice hours 9 to 13 2 to 6 and 7 to 8.
rof. Marcelius Steward
OF BOSTON MASS. will open a studio
Sept. 1st In this city. Instruction in
vocal piano and organ music given.
The public will be Invited to call and
examine his system. For Information
call at 811 East Overland St.
DWARD A. LOWRY
...Formerly with Boden & Co. Phllanelphia...
EZaca.xxxin.Ei'tioxi.e 7 zee.
In Singer Sewing Machine Office.
Tays Block Little Plaza.
A. H. Whltmer D. D. 8. - 3. B. Brady. D. D. B.
Whitmer & Brady
Booms 2 and 3. Wells-Fargo Block.
Office Hours: 8 to 11:30 a. m.; 1 to 4:30 p. m.
ATTORNEY- AT-U W.
Special attention given to Real Es-
tate and Probate Law. Will practice
in all the courts.
ROOM 8 MUNDY BLOCK.
ET. PASO. - - TEXAS
JAMES H. MARTINEAU
Civil Hydraulic and Mining Engineer.
Have Had Forty Years' Experience.
On terms to suit ail
a ruiuuabcid. n
6 Plmno Toning Polish In a; and jC
W. G. DUNN
8SO Ban Antonio St.
Grand Central Dining Hall
NO. EL PASO ST.
Best meala In the citv. Open 5:30 a. m. to
8:30 p. m. Regular dinner 12 to 8p. m. Short
J. McMARLTNG. - Prop.
J. A. ROGERS
Rents promptly collected and remitted
Seven years s experience in El Paso; al-
so proprietor of .
which can be rented for Concerts and
Dances Lectures Private Theatricals
etc. For terms see -CHAS.
PARKER Mgr. Office in rear of hall
.R. B. BIAS.
Groceries Tinware Queens-
Cigars and Tobacco.
Everything That Is Kept In a First-
..ALL GOODS SOLD ClloAP FOR CASH..
No. 203 North Stanton St. El Paso Texas
Cor. 5th & Santa Fe Sts.
Will open August 1st. Everything
new and first-class in every respect.
Mrs. Frank Russell. Prop.
i om aaaawawaaaaaBaj
j Neighbor- t
The Greenville Rifles have reor-
ganized with J. F. Nichols as Captain.
Peter " Mahoney a boy 13 years
old was drowned near San Patricio.
The commissioners' coutt at Coman-
che has decided to build a new jail
and will consider bids the first week
The Thirty-third volunteer regiment
has been reoruited up to its full comp-
lement of men and has begun drilling
and rifle practioe. Denison Herald.
The work of placing the material on
the site of the county asylum for the
detention of incurables began recently
at Sherman and work on the same will
be pushed rapidly.
A special to the Tribune from San
Augustine says: "Frank Dixon a
prominent young man was accidental-
ly shot and killed on the 22nd night
by his companion" Ex.
During the recent floods deer emi-
grated from the Bernard bottoms of
South Texas to the San Jacinto river
bottoms and there they are reported as
unusually plentiful. San Antonio
The state board of education has
purchased t5000 Bexar county bonds.
The remaining $3000 of the issue will
be purchased by Bexar oounty commis-
sioners with the permanent school
fund of that county. Dallas News.
The comptroller bat received tax
rolls whioh shows increases In all but
one instance as follows: Crockett
county Increase $210661; Moore coun-
ty increase $58243; Refugio county
increase $72285; Colorado coonty de-
crease $53940; Harris county inorease
Waco butchers say they will have to
follow Fort Worth's example soon and
raise the priee of meats. One butoher
says he regards the advance in the
price of cattle as due more to the
operations of the trust tban to the law
of supply and demand. Fort Worth
News reached Waco the othar night
that at Bruce ville in McLennan
oounty Dr. J. B. Harris county chair-
man of the populist party and J. B.
O'Brien editor of the Bruceville pa-
per had both been shot. Dr. Harris
is reported shot in the bead and body
supposedly fatally. Dallas News.
The people of Cook Springs neigh
borhood four and a half miles north of
Sherman are wrought up over the
presence of a beast in tbat section
which makes night hideous with its
howls. Those who have seen it say it
is larger tban an ordinary dog. They
believe it Is a panther Dallas News.
Railroad men In Dallas say the re-
duction of 6 cents per 100 pounds asked
for by the grain men between Texas
common points and Mississippi river
orossings will not be granted. The
matter was up beiore tne tramo men at
yesterday's meeting but no definite
answer was made. Mail Tele-
gram. There are no -new developments in
the smallpox matter at Denton. The
one case has been Isolated and those
exposed to the disease have been de-
tained. The scare tbat was at first
felt hadd led out to a great extent as
the prompt aotion of the officers has
relieved the minds of the people.
Mies Sallie Lee Dunn a young lady
living nine miles west of Beckvllle
died yesterday from the effects of a
burn received some days ago. It is
the same old story. She had started
a fire in the stove and it was not burn-
ing to suit her and she poured oil on
the fire from a oan. The can exploded.
Nearly all the gins in this county
have commenced to run and several
bales of cotton have come in. Farmers
in many stations report boll worms and
the hot dry weather bad damaged tre
cotton. Local buyers do not look for
over 30000 bales at Paris and some of
them think the receipts will not reach
tbat figure. Dallas News.
Mrs. R. V. Philipps has filed suit for
divorce against her husband John
Philipps who was convicted of train
robbery in 1897 and is serving a five
year !s sentence at Huntsville. Philipps
with Thomas Sullivan and John Ward
beld up a Texas and Pacific train near
Benbrook and robbed the express
messenger of $4000. Denison Herald.
The leading cotton buying firms of
Paris have signed an agreement to
abolish what are known as the "street
rules" which enabled the buyer first
seeing a bale of cotton to bid on it and
prevented other buyers from bidding
until he permittad them. The prac-
tice was distasteful to the farmers and
general satisfaction is expressed that it
will be discontinued. Dallas News.
Railroads entering Waco are protest
ing vigorously against the valuation of
property made by the city board of
equalization. The valuation is almost
double wbat it has been heretofore and
tbe representative? of the railroads
have been wrestling with the board
nearly all week. The valuations were
raised on the showing from tbe rail-
read commissioners who submitted an
estimate of the cost of construction of
the roads even showing the cost of
$ Your Old Vehicle and Harness
Don't ride in an old worn out affair but see us for a
prices and goods are right.
McIver-Patterson.Vehicle Co. u
rails ties spikes etc. Tbe board has
the matter under advisement. Ex.
Tax Assessor John Young has com-
pleted the tax rolls of Crockett county
for the ourrent year which are com-
piled in a very neat and efficient man
ner alt tbe work naviog been done
solely by Mr. Young and shows the
following renditions and valuations:
Total valuations. $1838940 showing
an increase of $209164 over last year.
Cattle rendered 64652; sheep 99659;
horses 3748. Courier.
Rev. A. N. Wyatt of Victoria B. W.
Williams a farmer of Aondo City and
another man all negroes are here in-
quiring the cost of transportation by
sea for 1000 Texas negroes who they
say want to emigrant to Monrovia
Liberia They say they have had in-
vestigations made and there land can
be bought at 50 cents per acre. They
represent that tbe negroes who want
to go are from various parts of the
state and say mob law 1b the cause of
the movement. Ex.
Up to tbe 23rd the comptroller had
received pension applications from
eighty-seven counties the total num-
ber of applications being 1838. The
charaoter of the majority of these ap-
plications show tbat the county judges
and oounty commissioners are exercis-
ing very little oare in passing on them
the comptroller says. Many of the ap-
plicants possess considerable property
and in one instance tbe applicant holds
the office of county commissioner.
All such applications are promptly re-
jected by Comptroller Finley. Dallas
Roswell is working hard for a system
of sewerage for the whole town Ex.
Thirteen teachers successfully pass-
ed the teachers' examination at Ros
Crosan & Gray at Roswell fired tbe
second kiln of 1000000 bricks for this
season at their brick yard. Regis-
ter. Professor L. M. Martini of Roswell
has been appointed by Judge Leland a
member of the board of examiners for
teachers vice W. A. Rogers resigned.
Miss Cowperthwaite of Albuquer-
que has been selected to teach the
school of Bland which will open on tbe
first Monday in September. Bland
It is stated in Las Crucea that the
Santa Fe Railroad company has sold
the Mesilla town site property to an
English syndicate. Rio Grande Re-
publican. The election for school directors in
district No. 8 resulted in the eleotion
of Jeremiah Cazier F. M. Brooks and
James A. Pawles. A new school house
will be built on the Burr farm. Ex
Charles Campbell and Mascom Bas-
foot were arrested - at Las Cruoes
charged with stealing oattle. They
waived examination and were placed
under $250 bond. Dona Ana County
The sweepstake races at Nogal were
won by the railroad horse with Gray's
mare second and Eaker's mare third.
A purse of $400 went to the wlnner.and
considerable money ohanged hands on
the side. New Mexican.
Tbe Linooln oounty Baptist associa
tion held its thirteenth annual session
at Fresnal. Judge Green of Carlsbad
presided and Dr. Emerton.of Carlsbad
preached tne opening sermon. The as-
Booiation will probably hold a Chau-
tauqua at Cloudcrof t next year. Ex-
change. W. W. Rarnn. fnrmorlw nf R.nn
but of late years residing in Mexioo
who attempted to kill his wife several
months ago was convioted and sen-
tenced to 55 years of penal servitude
in salt mines. The average length of
convict's working in those mines is
three years. Ex.
The depredation claims court held
sessions last week at Socorro. The
members of tbe court are Judge John
Stansbnrg representing the United
States government H. C. Bennett and
C. W. Lewis attorneys for the claim-
ants; J. P. Conklin interpreter; J. E.
Owen stenographer. New Mexican.
The Flagstaff papers are now agi-
tating the reorganization of their
board of trade.
Court business bas been nearly all
cleaned up. Over 350 pages of records
have been made during the present
term bays the Prescott Journal-Miner.
The Sentinel says the stockmen are
holdinc indignation meetinira to nrn.
test against the ranchers impounding
taeir scock unaer tne no-ience law.
The question of increasing tbe capa
city of the Prescott oubllo school
building either by putting- up a new
building or otherwise now confronts
tbe citizens of that town. Ex.
Governor Murnhv has nnnninted W.
C. Campbell of Prescott as one of tbe
a . i .
delegates to toe trust conierence at
Chicago September 13. There are
seven delegates from Arizona. Re-
publican. Several boilermakers in the South-
ern Pacific shops here have recently
gone to Honolulu to accept positions.
There seems to be a good demand for
this class of mechanics both here and
elsewhere. Tucson Star.
Colonel William J. Dows of the
Forty-ninth Iowa formerly stationed
at Havana has been appointed a major
in one of the recently organized regi
-CAN BE EXCHANGED-
For an Entire New Outfit
ments of the regular army. Colonel
Dows is a cousin of City Recorder Con-
nell. Tucson Star.
J. M. Durnal has been appointed a
mounted inspector for tbe Nogales dis-
trict. He is an old Indian fighter who
has experienced many thrilling epi-
sodes in Indian campaigns. One of
these was under General Crook in the
famous Wounded Knee fight Nogales
The city council held a special ses
sion Thursday evening at which it was
voted to pay Althee Modest! $887.30 for
the sewer. The completed portion of
the system consists of 325 feet from the
Colorado river to JoneB street; 1063
feet up Main street to a point above
Sanguinetti's store; 300 feet west on
First street; 173 feet west on Seeond
street and 281 feet east on Second
When County Recorder Marvin
opened his office Thursday in Yuma he
found a good sized rattlesnake com
fortably colled up in the fire place.
The Intruder was promptly dispatched
and was found to be 'Of tbe sidewinder
variety the most venemous snake in
existence. The Sun says it must have
slipped unobserved the pre
vious day as it would have been impos
sible for it to have entered the room at
Texas & Pacific Excursions.
Everywhere: T. & P. all summer
round trip excursion tickets to eastern
points and famous health and summer
resorts are now on sale.
Cowboy'B Carnival and Fine Stock
Show Midland Texas August 29th to
September 2nd inclusive EI Paso to
Midland and return for $5.00 tickets on
Bale August 28th and 29th with final
limit of September 4th also on August
29th 30tb 31st and September 1st we
will sell you tickets good to return 15
days from date of sale at $9.20 for the
National convention of the Christian
Chnrch Cincinnati Ohio.October 13th
to 20th inclusive El Paso to Cincinnati
and return $46.80 tickets on sale Octo-
ber 9th and 10th good for return leav-
ing Cincinnati on any date up to and
including October 21st.
National Encampment G. A. R. Phi-
ladelphia Pa. September 4th to 9th
inclusive. Tickets on sale August 31st
and Sept- 1st tickets will be good to
leave Philadelphia up to and inclnding
Sept. 12th. By depositing ticket with
joint agent at Philadelphia between
Sept. otb and tn Inclusive and on
payment of a fee of 50 cents at time of
deposit return limit may be extended
to leave Philadelphia up to and includ-
ing Sept. 30th. Side trip tickets will be
on sale at Philadelphia to New York
City Washington .ED. C. and Gettys-
burg at rate of $4.00 for the round trip.
There also will be very low excursion
rates from Philadelphia to all other
prominent points in tbe surrounding
territory. U'are U faso tofblladel-
phia and return $56.00 continuous pas-
sage in each direction good going and
returning via same route. $58.80 tickets
going and returning via same route
with privilege of one stop-over in
Trunk Line territory in each direc-
tion $60.80 tickets sold only via St.
Louis; beyond St. Louis tickets can be
made to read going one route and re-
turning another with privilege of one
top-over in Trunk Line territory in
Round trip tickets to the well known
resorts of the north east and south
are now on sale. These tickets have a
limit for the return trip to October
To the usual comforts . extended its
patrons by the T. & P. has been added
free through reclining ohalr oar ser-
vice. For further particulars call on or
R. W. Curtis B. F. Darbvshire
T. F. & P. A. S. W. F. & P Agt.
El Paso Texas.
Via Sunset Route.
Seaside Excursions To Los Angeles
Santa Monica Santa Barbara San
Diego and other California points.
Tickets on sale Thursday of each
week until August 31st with a return
limit of ninety days. Stop-overs al-
lowed at pleasure both going and re-
turning at points west of Coiten. Rate
$35.00 for round trip
Summer excursion Rates to
all tbe well known Springs
Mountain and Lake resorts of the
north east and south. Tickets will be
on sale until September 30th good for
return until October 3lBt Full infor-
mation cheerfully given on applica-
tion. To Rockport and return $32.35.
To Corpus Christ! and return $31.95
Tickets on sale until September 30th.
Good for return thirty days from date
For information as to routes time
and service and for Pullman and tour-
ist car reservations call at Southern
Pacific City Ticket office Cor. San An-
tonio and Oregon Sts.
T. E. Hunt
Wanted to buy a choice residence in
El Paso Wilson & Miller Sheldon
Dreeeen and Stringer loan and In-
vestments Room 5 Morehouse Block
new up-to-date rig. Our
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