El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 19TH YEAR, No. 260, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 4, 1899 Page: 4 of 12
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EL PASO DAILY HERALD SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 4 1899.
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SOON TO BE PUT ON
Halsina Of Quarantine' Makes Pos
sible Resumption Of the S. P
Limited Trains T he Provisional
Schedule-Change In Time Card
The raising of quarantine at New
Orleans makes possible the put-
tine on of the Sunset Limited of the
Sunset Route at once. later it is true
than the usual time on Nov. 1 but
earlier than was anticipated by Gener-
al Manager KruiUschnidt a few weeks
Afi'o when he set the probable date for
The Limited this year will be put on
semi-weekly as formerly according
to the provisional time card
and will leave San Francisco
as No. 26 Jon Mondays and Fridays at
5 d. m.. arriving at Los Angeles at
7:45 a. to. on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
El P so will be reached at 6:15 a. m.
on Wednesday and Sundays Pacific
time and the trains are to leave at
8:30central time. This is 7:15and 7:30
Xbeso trains go "on through to San
Antonio reaching there on
Thursdays and Mondays and ar-
riving in New Orleans at 7 p. m.
(the same day. Leaving New- Orleans
.at 7:45 p. m. they go through Wash-
ington to New York arriving thereon
'Saturdays and Wednesdays at 12:43
Westbound the trains leave New
Tors on Saturdays and Tuesdays at
-430 reaching New Orleans Mondays
and Thursdays at 8:30 a. m El Paso
"Tuesdays and Fridays at 7:15 p. m. and
leaving at 7:20 city time.
San Francisco will be reached Thurs-
days and Sundays at 9:45 a.m. The
trains will have their usual excellent
equipment and will of course be large-
ly patronized by the California pas-
The time table on the G. H. and
Southern Pacific will of course be
ohanged again to make room for the
-running of the new trains.
THE EMBARGO RAISED.
Passenger Traffic Out of New Or-
leans Is Now Also Unrestricted
as Well as Freight.
The raising of the freight quaran-
tine yesterday in the state of Texas
along its eastern boundary was follow
ed by the telegraphio announcement
to Superintendent Martin this morning
that the quarantine regulations against
local passenger traffic out of JNew Or-
leans had also been removed.
"This is due I take It." said
Superintendent Martin "to the cold
weather and severe storm in the east
in Tennessee and Kentucky especially
and is not the result of any legal ac-
tion. "Whatever the cause It will prove a
great boon to our company which has
been seriously handicapped by this
embargo. The limited trains may now
No Trains Out Sunday Morning.
Offing to the fact that the Santa Fe
ehange in time takes place tonight at
midnight there will be no passenger
-out of El Paso for the east and north
until 830 o'clock Sunday night. This
is rendered unavoidable by the time of
change. The incoming passenger will
ooat oma to arrive at the usual time
Fine Building Stone.
R. Hibberte. a building contractor of
El Paso came up Thursday and return
ed Friday. Mr. Hibberte business
here was to look up a good building
atone. Be thinks he has found a good
andiuliable etone near Dona Ana. The
stone near Dona Ana is awbitesiod-
atone that breaks with a regular and
smooth cleavage. Ex.
The infant child of John Ford
brakeman on the G. H. died Thursday
night and will be burled today. The
bereaved father has the sympathy of
his many friends.
M. I. Durell received a large ship-
ment of stook consisting of horses and
cowp over the T. P. this morning from
Sparks from the Engine.
Capt. Silas Leach an old railroader
la among the passengers booked to San
- Antonio tonight over the G. H
Canduetor James E. Barney of the
Santa Fe is taking a -few days' lay off
and attending to private business.
A carload of tine horses arrived over
the T. P. this morning from Fort
Worth consigned to John A. Lomax
IX. ts. Word en traveling passecger
-and I eight agent of th-j St. Louis and
St- Francisco railroad with head--
quarters in Denver is in the city on
T. T. Cook cattle inspector of the
Texas Cattlemen's Association along
the line of the S H as far eat as DjI
rRio.ls in El Paso today. Mr. Cook has
been in the service since 1874 and has
become invaluable to the asso-
ciation. Col. Beaumont live stock agent of
the Southern Pacific goes to Houston
this morning. He looks after ship-
man Vs of cattle from Catula Tex. on
the I & G. N. to Dryden on the G. H.
where the ranges are in fine ehspe.
'Dull brothers are the shipper. e
The usual bunch of Mexicans each
-with a complete house-furnishing out-
fit cf a blanket and a bird-cage went
out on the S. P. this morning. After
tb- customary two weeks bluff at
labor they are expected again to
gladden the hearts pf friends in Chi-
buahnita by a safe return and escape
St. Clement's Church
annrln after Trlnitv.
ehool at 320 a. m. services
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Holy Com
munion at 11 a. m.
M. Cabell Martin
First M. E. Church.
Regular services throughout
Preaohing at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday sohool eong service at 9:o0 8
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
En worth leaeue at 6:30 P. m.
Junior league at 3 30 p. m. Monday.
Mid week prayer meeting Wednes
duv at. 7:30 n m.
We extend a public invitation w mi
: r. ... . . t i ii
A. M. Lumpkin pastor.
Filed For Record.
Deeds were filed for record yesterday
R. B. Bias and Francis M. Bias to J.
E. Morris lots 5 and 6 block 245
Oamnbell'a addition. $1400.
W W. Fink and wife to Mary m.
Durrell lots 13 and 14 block
Campbell's addition being 52x120 feet
on tne nortn siae oi rwo urouB ebrec
BEIFELD & CO. OF CHICAGO.
The Leading: Dress Making Establish
ment In the United States Say
That Beautiful Women
Should wear beautiful dresses and
those who were not so fortunate as to
have been endowed with nature's
charms can at least improve their ap
pearance by dressing with becoming
taste under the direction of a skillful
Tailor made suits are the fashion for
this fall and will undoubtedly become
very popular for there is nothing
more handsome or becoming to the eye
than a stylish perfect-fitting tailor-
Berfield & Co. of Chicago have a
world wide reputation for the beauty
and perfection of their tailor made
dresses and Mrs. M. Bridges the styl
ish and popular El Paso milliner
knowing this bad ordered and just re-
ceived an elegant line of suits which
are all beauties of the most elegant
patterns and are being sold at very low
prices. ran?inr from Slo.UU to tjo.uu.
Among the shipment just received is
an eleeant line of silk skirts and silk
shirt waists of the latest styles and
Mrs. Bridges is pleased to know that
she has a line of goods that can not be
duplicated anywhere in El Paeo and
as her prices are in accordance with
the times von will do well to call on
her before purchasing your fall dress
Mrs. M. Bridges Masonic Block.
San Antonio St.
Owing to change of time on the San-
ta Fe effective Sunday Nov. 54 1 our
east bound passenger train will leave
hereafter at 8:30 p. m.
Local. 34. leave 9:15 p. m.
There will be no change in arrivals
Train No. 21 will arrive at 9:50 a.m.
and No. 33 at 7:30 a. n.
F. B. Houghton
Mexican Mineral Belt.
The only direot route to the rich
mining regions of Eastern Sonora
and Western Chihuahua is via the
Sierra Mad re line and Casas Gran-
des. Trains leave Ciudad Juarez at
8:25 daily except Sundays.
J. T. Logan
Genl. Traffic Agent
Free Reading Room.
The reading room of the Brother
hood of St. Andrew in the parish house
next to St. Clement's church on Mesa
avenue is open day and evening free.
Periodicals kept on file.
Don't place your orders for 1900
calenders until you have seen the
elegant line of samples at the Herald
office. Call us up by telephone and
our solicitor will call upon you.
Stoves All Kinds.
MONSEN & THOBNE.
Money To Loan.
E. Sambrano 311 El Paso
The 1900 club gave a social last even
ing at the home of Mrs. Gingles at
men there were quite a number
present and a delightful time was en
joyed. Games of d iff t rent kinds were
p aved and refreshments served. The
club decided to give a dance every two
weeks the next one to be Friday Nov.
10 at Chopin hall.
The ladies of the Catholic church will
serve an oyster and enchiladas supper
in the hall under the church of the
Immaculate Conception on Tuesday
next 7th Inst at 8 p. m.
For fresh fish oysters
go to Melvln's market.
Prime cuts of beef always to be found
at Melvln's market.
Jeffries won with a punch so will
Harvey give at bis Sunday dinner at
tomorrow's opening of Harvey's restau-
rant. Remember come early to the open-
ing of Harvey's postponed until tomor-
row Sunday eve.
The Herald has just received from
the east a fine line of calenders for
1900. Save your orders; our repres-
entative will ra'l upon you.
Hughes Saddles 113 Utah St.
COFFEE AS A STIMULANT.
When C?sed Moderately It la Seldo
About once in so often the question
of coffee drinking being injurious is
agitated for awhile then the agitation
subsides and people go on drinking it.
According to the best authorities coffee
taken in moderation is not only harm-
lees but highly beneficial. Its value as
a stimulant has always been recog-
nized and the fact that it is so highly
prized as a beverage if there were no
other reason would go far to prove that
it has a powerful influence on the nerv-
The action imparted to the nerves
however is natural and healthy and
habitual coffee drinkers generally enjoy
good health and live to a good old age.
For brain workers declares the Bos-
ton Globe its value cannot be overesti-
mated. It has been called the "mental
beverage" and unlike alcohol the gen-
tle exhilaration it produces is not fol-
lowed by any harmful reaction. It
causes contentment of mind allays
hunger and bodily weakness and in-
creases the capacity for work.
It is said that coffee drinkers are
happier and more contented than those
who abstain from its use and drink a
like quantity of tea. Taken in modera-
tion coffee aids digestion and to those
not in the habit of nsing it it is often
a valuable temporary remedy for par-
oxysmal headaches the peculiar head-
ache of Bright's disease and that pro
duced by defects in the eye.
The fashionable after dinner coffee
not only enables the stomach to per
form its functions with comparative
ease but it relieves that sense of op
presaion so often experienced after
The nutritive properties of coffee
have been the subject of considerable
dispute but it is now quite generally
recognized that coffee contains essential
properties of nutrition far exceeding its
exhilarating properties. It enables
those who use it to remain a long time
without food as soldiers are often
obliged to do in time of war. It also de
creases the sensibility to physical dis
Its best results are obtained when it
is mixed with an equal quantity of
pure cream or milk which forms an
alimentary drink containing all the
elements of good food with the addi
tional stimnlating effect on the mind
and nervous system.
Many people have an idea that strong
coffee is injurious and that it should
be made weak. This is a mistake.
Weafi coffee is bad as it contains no
nourishment distends the stomach with
liquid and prevents digestion. It should
always be taken warm. Iced coffee like
all other iced drinks is injurious.
While coffee should never be taken
in the place of food as it is sometimes
by the poorer classes rich cafe au lait.
with bread makes a good and suffi
ciently substantial breakfast for people
of sedentary occupations. No other
meal however should be composed of
either tea or coffee with bread alone.
Coffee is especially a drink for adults
of sedentary habits rather than labor
ing people or children as ita stimulat
ing effect on the mind and ixnagina
tion is not required by the laboring
man and is decidedly harmful to the
Ornamental LlglitnlnK Rod.
A new style of lightning rod which is
not only ornamental but said to be
more effective than the familiar spire.
has been patented in this country by
NEW STYLE OF LIGHTNING ROD.
Gnstav Raunafcher of Vienna. This
type of rod is said to protect a field
much larger than the old kind because
of the curves the outer snrfnee cf
which is covered with polished plates.
Electric Cooking In Summer.
With the advent of summer one's
first thought is that electric heating
appliances are unseasonable but a mo
ment s consideration will show that
the hot weather is just the season when
they prove most valuable avoiding.
as they do the necessity of a range fire.
Recent improvements in the manufac-
ture of these appliances will result in
a great cheapening of their cost thus
opening the way for greater populari
ty. In the new method instead of
utilizing a resistance coil of fine wire
embedded in an insulating enamel to
generate the heat the enamel is first
applied to the surface to be heated and
then broad strips of so called metallic
paint are applied. Owing to the ex-
treme thinness of the layer ' of paint.
which acts as a first class electric con
ductor and which is noncorroding the
necessary resistance is easily obtained.
This construction permits of the gen-
eration of the heat just at the point
where it is most desired and where it
will most'readily be transmitted to the
substance to be heated thus effecting
an economy in current. Most of trie
appliances made in this manner are
provided with two metallic paint cir-
cuits so that by means of contact caps
and plugs they may be arranged singly
in series or in multiple thus giving
three degrees of heat. Exchange.
If you were in prison and a
good spirit suddenly opened
the door and said "Go: You
are free ! " you wouldn't 6too
to asK wnemer tne Key mat opened tne
door was the regulation pattern or not. If
it opened the door that is enousrh. Thou
sands of women who are sick and suffering
might speedily be made strong and well
again if it was not for an unreasonable pre
judice against any but so-called regula
tion " met nods.
Three Years asro T was almost crone with
womb trouble" says Mrs. Jennie J. Jackson of .
Fergusson's Wharf Isle of Wight Co. Va. in a
letter to Dr. R. V. Pierce of Buffalo N. Y. " I
tried many different medicines and crot no bet
ler until I tried Dr. Pierce's medicines. The
first bottle gave me ease. I have taken six bot-
:les and I feel as well as ever in mv life.
" My doctor did not have anv faith in ' oatent
medicines ' but he says ' something has done you
food.' I know if I had not taken Dr. Pierce's
Medicine I could not have lived long as I was
:hat it hurt me to lie down. Now I am well.
BUiUlUK UUi U a&ClCLUU. m was sj l ill 11 in Qcsa
ind can work hard all dav and do as much
milking as I ever did and sleep well all night
i can never be thankful enough for the good Dr.
. IV 1 V . I V. 11- 111 V J u.u . u .
Dr. Pierce is a regular graduated and
ducated physician. He has had a more
iractical life-long experience with all
onus of women's diseases than any other
aoctor in this country. His Favorite
Prescription ' for female complaints is the
most marvelously effective remedy for this
purpose in the wona.
Suffering women need not hesitate to
write to him. All letters are held sacredly
confidential and free advice will be sent by
man in piain seaieu envelope.
Constipation is a little illness that if
aeglected builds a big one. Dr. Pierce's
Sleasant Pellets cure constipation.
Assay and Chemical
If you want reliable assays and analy
ses give us a trial.
The only power crushing plant in
assay office south of Denver.
Careful attention given ore shipments
to fei faso smelters.
T?. O. BOX 97
EL PASO TEX.
Here and There.
C Paso Steam
Laundry Phone 47
4- to 6 p. m. Bank
"My wife had piles forty years. De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cured her.
It is the beet salve in America." It
heals everything and cures all skin dis
eases. Fred Schaefer druggist.
You never know what form of blood
poison will.follow constipation. Keep
the liver clean by using DeWitt's Lit
tle Jarly Kieers and you will avoid
trouble. They are famous little pills for
constipation and liver and bowel trou
bles. Fred Sohaeferd ruggist.
"I wouldn't be without DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve for any considera
tion." writes Tnos. a. Cbodes. Cen
tertleld.O. infalible for piles cuts.
burns and ekln diseases. Beware of
counterfeits. Fred Schaefer drug
Dr. W. Wixon Italy Hill. N. Y.
says "1 heartily recommend One Min
ute Cough Cure. It gave my wife im-
mediate relief in suffocating asthma.'
Pleasant to take. Never fails to q tuck
ly cure all coughs colds throat and
lung troubles. Fred Schaefer drug
Dr. H. H. Haden Summit Ala.
6ays "1 think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is
acplendld medicine. I prescribe it
and my confidence io it grows with con
tinued use." It digests what tyou eat
and quickly cures dyspepsia and indi-
gestion. Fred Schaefer druggist.
J. D. Bridges editor "Democrat."
Lancaster N. H. pays "One Minute
Cough Cure is the best lemedy for
crop I ever used." Immediately rt
lieves and cures coughs colds croup
asinma pneumonia oroncnitie grippe
and taroat and lung troubles. It pre-
vents consumption. Fred Schaefer
L.a grippe wild its aicer eaects an
nually destroys thousands of people. It
may be quickly cured by One Minute
Cough Cure the only remedy that
produces immediate results in coughs.
colds croup bronchitis pneumonia and
throat and lung troubles. It will pre
vent consumption. Fred Schaefer.
i naa dyspepsia nrty -seven years
and never Tound permanent relief till I
used Kodol DysDepsia Cure. Now I
am wpll and ffpl lllro n. nnnr man "
writes S. J. Fleming Murray. Neb. It
is the best digestant known. Cure? all
forms of indigestion. Physicians
everywhere prescribe lr. b red Schae
Best All-Year Route to California
Is the Southern Pacific. The travel-
ng public can easily understand this
when it is known that this is the onlv
line running coaches through to Cali-
fornia points without change the only
line running tourist sleepers direct
from El Paso to Los ADgeles and San
Francisco the only line running Pull
man palace cars direct to the above
named cities without transfer and the
only line running buffet cars thus en
abling passengers to obtain their meals
at hours convenient to themselves.
Seventeen hour? shorter time to Los
Aneeles than by other lines.
Noc anging cars during nights ec-
Parties going to the Pacific Coast
for a rest should make a note of these
T. E. Hunt
J. W. Brown magnetic healer if I
desired in your home will give instruc
tions on tbe philosophy of life here and
our conditions In spirit world.
A KX "do: You Are
f R. G. UGHtBODY.
OF EL PASO.
We are clothing- scores of DRESSY MEN who
have hitherto found satisfaction only at the high-priced
We have the largest stock of fine Custom-Made
Clothing to be found in El Paso at the lowest possible
For Furnishing Goods Hats Shoes Valises and
Trunks you will do well to call and see us before purch-
Banco Comercial of Chihuahua
Bay and eeU Mexican Money and Exchange on all the principal cities of the
ttepuDiic oi Mexico tne
A General Banking
Dirbotobb! LTJI8 TXRRAZA8; ENBIQUE O. CBEIti JOS. M. FA LOOM
MAXIMO KBAEADIBi LUIS TEBBAZA8 Jr. "
ADOUPH KBAKAUEB Manager
ao I O. R. MOREHEAD Pralnt:
J. O. LAOKLANO. Oashiar;
STATE NATIONAL BAM
Established April I88i..
A legitimate banking business transacted In all its branches Exchange on
all the cities of the United States bought at par. Highest prices paid for Mex
HENRY L. NEWMAN. JB Cashier.
H. L. NEWMAN 6c SON Bankers.
EL PASO "TEXAS?
A- GENERAL BANKING
Purchasers of Gold and Silver Bullion.
lean Money and Exchange Bought and Sold and Received on De--posit
Subject to Check. Transfers Made by Wire to All
!" Points In Mexico. Special Attention Given
'J Solid ted.
Hotel D. R. Francis.
New and elegantly furnished with all modern
first-class in every respect. Every room
A very desirable
CJfc One of Our Soecialties l
1 Merit Butter i
Received in refrigerator
car twice weekly
Olive Oil is unexcelled for
Purity and Flavor. In qt.
Brand Italian o'ive oil in
qts pint & half-pint bot-
Cheese in porcelain jars
Sliced Dried Beef
and Boiled Ham for cold
lunches picnics etc.
I John B. Watson I
Oor. San Antonio
Tone 151 f
and Stanton Street.
La Union Cigar Factory.
The best grde of Mexican cigars
The Victoria Colon a specialty. We
do a strictly wholesale business. Mail
orders promptly filled.
A. ALVAREZ Prop.
204 Mesa Ave. El Paso Texas.
. The Leading
United States and Europe.
B&nco Mihcro if Chihuihaa
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN Vlea-Proaldent
H. RUS8ELL Asst. Oashiar.
ZM EBB. Assistant Cashier.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent ' Mm "
PEW & SON
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Hanan & Sons' Shoes
The Best on Earth
hotel for commercial
The Leading Millinery
Establishment in El
FALL STYLES NOW
Ladies elegantly trim-
med hats from $5.00 up.
Thanksgiving Hats for
children are now ready.
t .clo"lnK out at bed rock prices.
Baby a mnets and Children's School
Hats and Caps.
MRS. M. BRIDGES
Masonic Block - San Antonio St.
is the best flour
in the world. It is
the World's standard.
EL PASO GROCERY CO
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