El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 19TH YEAR, No. 290, Ed. 1 Monday, December 11, 1899 Page: 3 of 8
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E- PASO DAILY HERALD MONDAY DECEMBER 11. 1899.
STORE AND WAREHOUSE: EL PASO TEXAS
102 ST. LOUIS 8T
Branch Oesopanla Industrial Mexican.
We carry the Urges! Btock of Mlnlno and "igSSS
Supplies i the somtfawest. We have exceptional 1JZ flntUfa lilted
ll&l plants Oar cordon. with the 8 Uh. Unftel
states of mining saacblnery enable us
State promptly aad efficiently at the lowest prices.
Cyanide Mills. Chlorinatlon Mills
Plants Pumping Plants and Wire Rjpe
Write for estimates and prices beforelpurchaslng elsewhere!.
J NAGLEY and LYONS
9 Suooassora Caldwell TJrxc3.eirtq.lE Ing Oo.
Expert Funeral Directors and Emtalmers
9 Parlors 305 El Paso St.
J Office Open Day and Night - - - - Telephone 197
Highest price paid for second
hand furniture of all kinds. The
cheapest place in town to buy
loaned on all kind of collateral.
I FALL AND WINTER CLOTHES ....
If yovi want a strictly uo-to-date suit you will find it greatly to your
advantage if you will just drop into Joan Brunner's and leave your or-
der for one of his jrood fitting suits. He carries the finest line of suit-
ings in the southwest. Prices reasonable. Call and be convinced.
Merchant Tailor - -
H. LESLN8KY. A. SOLOMON. B. P.
President. Vice resident.
Uil H. LESINSKY CO.
and JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS.
We carry a complete line " Staple and Fancy Groceries and guarantee all our goods first
class we solicit tbe tratij of dealers only and give especial attention to mall orders.
Gives the Highest Price
FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SELLS
AT THE LOWEST.
Try Him - - - 116 Oregon Street.
324 & 326 El Paso St.
Hearse nd Cftrrliret Furnished
The Star Livery Feed & Sale Stables
Corner West Overland & Santa Fe Sts.
Best and Cheapest Rigs in City.
and Smelter Supply House
Oca. Office and Works; Oklkmafcua Mex.
Agents far the
tor. Teats hava prov-
es It to b the beat
table la tbe market
Oaa be teen at work
at the Juarez works
sear 1 Pas at any
tine Bide by side
with other tablei.
Others ase IS gal-
loos per minute
we use 4 gallons of
water per minute
under the same con-
ditions with much
For the Republic
Of Mexico we are
the largest and prac-
tically only machin-
Mills. Stamp Mills
Pan-Amalgamation. Mills Hoisting
B. L. BERKEY Gen. Mgr.
Hurry Call By Telephone
or mall will be responded to quickly by
o nhon tmrt hrl crhtenin c un TOUr
dining room parlor and guest room for
Thanksgiving or tne noiiaay season.
If you haven't time to call and examine
our. superb stock of Wall Papers we will
tend you samples to choose from which
will be followed by expert workmen as
- soon as yon are ready for them.
Paint and Wall Paper Co.
401 - 403 ElsPaso Street.
:You must have In order
"to look well.
- 104 El Paso St. f
S. J. FREUDENTHAL
Phones 71 63Z& 196.
J. CALDWELL Prop.
He "My darling; will you be miner
Shb "Ob. Ally! I will on condition that
you boy me a Hon Comfort Rang."
He 'Ton bet I will my dear for I like
good cooking and fine bread."
The Home Comfort Range
is sold it xmm
Wronfht Iron Range Co.
Office 319 El Paso Street.
Old stores taken la ezebaage untllJan. 1st.
IN THE WORLD FOR HEATING
and oookiog purposes is that which
we receive direct from tbe mines. You
can't equal it for cfear steady heat and
irno.i Efttt of ar-t Inn. No dirt no clink
ers no annoyance is sold with our Ce-
. . . .
rrllios coal; only weu screeoeu uigu
grade coal that will burn just as you
want it to. You can't beat our prices
nniT mnra Vl U n vmi nAn flllP -COal. WOO (3
kindling feed building and roofing ma
WE POSITIVELY make the
ST BREAD in the world
And that is the reason we must move
to our New Bakery on or about Decem-
ber 15th 1899. We will then be pre-
pared to bake 7000 Loaves per day.
2SS GRAND OPENING.
BELGIAN BAKERY i""
Strictly First Class E25
COHEN BROS. - Props.
J. W. BROWN
Magnetic Healer .
Silent Healing at a I
No Medicine Elec-
tricity nor Rubbing.
Nos. 38-30 PLAZA HOTEL.
Cfflce I Dann's Music Store San Antonio St.
: WILBEU TOWNSEND
Room 2 Bronson Blk. - Ban Antonio St.
ISS SUSIE CHITTENDEN
Teacher of Stringed Instruments.
Btudlo RTom 7 Turner Bldg. - El Paso. Tex
J. G. ADAMS M. D.
Practice limited to office work.
EYE EAR NOSE & THROAT SPECIALIST
Suectacles fltted.artiflelal eyes Insert-
ed etc Office at residence. 1003 Myr-
tle Ave. - Telephone 374
Special attention given to Real Es-
tate and Probate Law. Will practice
in all the courts.
ROOM 8 MUNDY BLOCK.
ETi P. - - TEXAS
JAMES II. MARTINEAU
C vil Hydraulic and Mining Engineer.
Have Had Forty Years' Experience.
colonia juarez. : : : : mexico.
Q D. M'CLINTQCK
Alining Maps and Surveys: Machine
and Patent Office Drawings:
Drive all forms of
rols' n out of your
sys pm. 4 'lire of ill
forms of disease ab-
so'utoly insured by
DR. F. T. SAM'S
No minerals used.
The gciet of his
success is: He cures
Medicine mailed to
a" y address. Office:
311 St. Louis St.
LIVE NEWS OF EVERY SORT FROM THE HERALD'S
MORE THAN 125 TOWNS OF THE GREAT
eeneral News. Business News Railroad New Mining News Cattle And
Ranch Newi Political News Court News Labor News Educational
WE GET OUR NEWS AT FIRST HAND.
The New Federal Court Disposes Of
Our Tweaty Cases Smugglers
Sentenced Official Depository
Special Corrsepondence of the Hiiilb.
Laredo Tex. Deo.j 7. This will
be tk taird day of the sew Federal
Oeurt sessions here asd Laredo is con-
gratulating herself tbat she bad two
such champion; as BenaterCbilton and
Congressman Kleberg to seoa.ro the
court for their region? Court opeoed
Monday morning aad has beld two ees-
sioas dally ever since all the other
higher courts having ad jeurned for the
So far some 24 cases have been dis-
posed of principally poor Mexicans
whose offenses have bean meseal imng-
gllng. Their sentences have been com-
paratively light. The only onss receiv-
ing what might be considered heavy
eoteaoee ' were Domlniro Jaime
two years in tbe Fe e-
ral penitentiary at Fort Leaven-
worth Kansas for receiving- smuggled
property and Pascacio Rodriguez one
year la the Webb county j ail for cmug-
ellng. The other sentences were from
five to ninety days and in some cases a
$100 fine. Webb county and LauJle
county jails were the plaoes selected by
the judge for the tafe keeping of the
oulprltf excepting in one or two in-
stances when he sent them to the Fed-
eral peniteatlary at Fort Leavenworth
Seventeen of the defendants have so
far pleaded gailty Including Domingo
Jaime. Two pleaded not guilty were
tried by jury and eestsnoed and the
cases of five were diemlated npoD res-
ommndation of tbe district attorney.
Jadga A. Winslow was appointed
referee in bankruptcy by the court and
the Laredo national bank designated
as depository for all monies pertaining
to bankrujptoy estates. Bond $5000.
LAS PALOMAS N. M.
The Need Of Reservoirs Emphasized
A Teacher's Mistake In Not
Observing Thanksgiving Ben
And Dan Pick Turkey With the
Hospitable Stanley Family
Special Correspondence of the Hbiild.
LasPalouii N. M. De.7. The dry
season marks asother year of partial
failure of orops. The river Is uncom-
monly bigb for this season of iho year
bat tboro is now no use for it. Had it
been high last summer crops would
hava been good.
Shipments of ba'e4 alfalfa and wild
hay ooatlnue and Htllsboro aad Kings-
ton markets absorb all that is sent.
Ths public scjbools did not observe
Thanksgiving or. Governor Otero's
proclamation. .Many families kept
their oh'ldren at home aod no doubt
at next Thanksgiving thesehool teash-
er will realizs his mistake and observe
the day as becomes every good citi-
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley entertained at
diaaer on Thanksgiving day Ben F.
Taylor aad bis brother Daa. A . very
enjoyable time was spent under their
very hospitable roof. Mr. Stanley is
much Improved in strength and fast
gaining bis health after his recent
lone spell of siokcess.
Pnstmastor Apodaca is very sick.
An Auction of House-
Rugs Bedsteads Mattresses Cheffon-
niers Chairs Tables etc.. Car-
penter's Tools Palotars Supplies
Plumbers' Tool and Supplies and
Office Fixtures suitable for Store-
keepers or Offices to be sold at
ABSOLUTE AUCTION SALE
At the Sheldon Building
December 13 1899
Commencing at 2 o'clock in the after-
noon. Lot 1. An entire set of ash postofflce fix-
ture with letter boxes desk screen etc.
11 )t. 2. One entire set of cherry cabinet
otHce fixtures consisting of a desk a screen
with plate Klass. bronz" wire front formerly
In the Mexican Ore Co.'s otlico Hioklun but d-
inK. 1'ians and fixtures c u be st?en at otlice
of H. It. Stevens. ."Sheldon building.
Lot :t. One 40-;;alloa Hyatt .filter with 450
lbs. of sulphate of ammonia.
Lot4. One National Feed water heater SO
Lots. One 6x4x6 Duplex Dean pump.
Lot 6.-One 6x4x6 Duplex Worlhtngton
pump with Kel ey's positive acting governor.
Lor T. Ouo Dup'ex iiutralo steam pump
s'ze 10x12x9. complete with one elevator car.
pulley cable p Tiel enclosure steel pres-
sure tank of 1400 gallons capacl' y hydraulic
cylinder. All as now in complete running
order in the Sh ldon bulldln. with tbe fo -lowing
uddiiio -a suppllo : 200 ft-t l!-i ch
Italian hemp packing 90 feet fi-lacii wire
Lot 8. Two ornamenttl iron lamp post
situatt-d at pr sent one on Oregon street and
one on Little i'bi.a.
L t9 PAINTERS' SUPPLIES.
100 lbs mineral red.
12 liuhts of ground glass slz 26"x2:i'
12 lights of double tliick window glas size
22 liehts of double thick window glass size
H iithts of double thick window glass size
3 cns bronze p lwder.
1 can bronze size.
6 rolls of Buibossoil paper.
100 double 'ol s of c rt.ridg paper.
Lot 10. CARPENTERS' & BUILD-
: 15 b"xes shutter knobs.
6 boxes shu ter bars.
4 Cob. narrow hlages.
Visitors Coming and Going Cattle
Special Oorreapondeace of the B skald.
Alpine Tex. Dec. 8. D. B. Horn-
beck has just returned from a month's
trip through the northern and eastern
H. C.Afyls oame down this morning
from El Paso to arraDge fsr tbe ship-
ment of s'vm cat le. He left today fo
H. L. La"ikev's ranch.
Dr. awd f4"f. Hn are down for
a few days from Maria.
Mre. Dr. Hlnes has returned from a
visit to her old home at Gloeter Miss
S. D. Harmon shipped one oar leal
of balls today to J. D. Jaskson at
Jude Brpokenbrow has returned
from a short t-ip to San Antonio.
S. VV. W r- of Ptcoe and Miss Vio-
la Pruitt were married lact Thursday
an j left for Pecos last night.
A. E. Hudson a traveling salesman
fr n Dalla is in the city.
R T. N'"'ll has juet returned from
SOUTH SPRING TEX.
New House On the "Bee Farm" A
Trench Through the Big Apple
Orchard Yearlings Delivered
Visitors From Canada
Special Correspondence of tas Herald.
South Spring Deo. 7. J. R.
Slease's new home on his "bee farm"
is Dearly ready for occupancy. It is a
comfortable two story adobe with sev-
At the big orchard a largo trenoh is
being dug to drain soma low wet land
in the middle of the 500 acre apple or-
chard. The drain will be over a mile
in length and will empty into South
Spring river. Clair Riatsey with about
twenty men is doing tbe work.
Tbe rest of the 1000 yeariinga
boagrt from Col. Slaughter of Dallas
by J. J. Hagerman have been delivered
and are pasturing on the Chisum
W. G. Hamilton of the Roswell
Land and Water oompany is on a two
weeks' business trip to Denver.
Mrs. Mabee aad Miss Northup of
Port Hope Canada are hero to spend
the wlatsr with tse Do Bremond fami-
ly. Mrs. Do Brecaood and daughter
Marie Lonlce will visit in St.
Loais. for the Christmas tiso.
Richard Thorn has sold his cattle
at $18 per head ts Tom Rice. Tbey
are being- pastured by W. H. Rhodes
for the winter.
ENGLE N. M.
Mining Brisk And Good Strikes Re-
portedCattle Shipments Light
Snowbirds'1 Appear On the
Special Correspondence of the Hirald.
Engle N. M. Dao. 7. Mining all
through the San Andreas aod Caballos
mountains is brisk and good strikes
are frequently heard of.
Tbe reliable old timer of tbe Her-
mosa camp in the Pelican mine is pre-
paring to make regular shipments of
lend carbonate ore to Pueblo Col.
L. G. Norris shipped a car of copper
3 doz blind binges.
1 dos 2" b'lnd hinges.
1 doz. 2'' wrought iron hinges.
bi doz. Iron blind fasteners.
A lot of door stops.
A box of odds and ends of hardware.
60 lbs. lath nails.
A lot of ash frames and doors for wash-
bowls. 2 pieces of fancy cast iron window guard.
1 lot of small hinges blind fasteners and
2 pair outside blinds.
A lot of planks and timbers.
4 elevator doos.
5 doz. sash pulleys.
1 doz. hand rail brackets.
Lot 11. PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES.
1 old bath tub.
30 feet 7-lnch well casing.
30 feet wrought iron 4-inoh plDe.
6 feet of 6 inch we. 1 strainer Cook's patent.
1 water closet tank.
1 1 i doz. fittings for paper cabinets.
1 old closet trap.
2 wat er closet traps.
2 water closet seat frames.
1 box of assorted electric light fixtures
plugs and wall fixtures.
1 tot ec entrlc fittings size 2 to 4 inches.
lot of eccentric flttl-gs size ?j to 2 inches
about 400 of these consist ing of plugs coup-
lings nipples elbows and tees.
A lot of side brackets.
Lt 12. IRON WORK SCRAP
A lot of scrap tin.
7 galvanized iron trash cans 40 gallons
5Uu feet of ;i-lnch extra heavy lap-welded
pipe from old botier.
fi60 feet 3-Inch old boiler tubes.
1 lot. ornamental cast iron.
16 pieces ech 20 feet long of angle Iron.
About 2 tons scrap iron awning brackets
In pHce running around three sides of the
building including the c rrugated iron cov-
er! u and 6 -dditional awning brackets.
Frame work o' .walk in patio of Sheldon
building. Including skylight and corrugated
iron work on same and corrugated iron work
around three (3 sides of tbe b illdlng.
L-t 13. STEAM FITTERS' PLUM-
Bh RS' AND OTHER TOOLS.
1 iron fore plane.
1 iron smooth.
1 Iron block.
1 do wood.
1 com pas saw.
1 cross-cut saw.
1 key hole shw.
1 pair dvldt-rs.
Sft of bits about 7.
1 rtchet brace
1 expansion bit.
1 o'l stone.
1 glue p it.
1 hack saw.
1 putty knife.
1 pair I rge pliers.
1 pair small p Its.
I p -ir gns pliers.
Glans ctter's diamond.
110-inch monk-y wrench.
1 10 inch Stetson wrench.
SOU l HWEST. -
Range News Farm Orchard And
News Society and Church News
ore from his Oahoe and Shyloh mine
last week to El Pas.
Oattla shipments are light bat
tboro is every promise of some largo
sbipmests in the near future.
The present lndtoations lead ono to
believe that a cold and dreary winter
is in store for this section. Snowbirds
Thanksgiving Dance A Woman
Prospector New Postmaster-
Visitors Mining Matters.
Special Correspondence of the Herald.
Cherry Ariz. Nov. 30. Tbanks-
eiviag day was celebrated by a dance
at tbo school house.
Mrs. De Knhn and Mr. and Mrs.
Greenwood have jost entertained the
Misses .Nina asd Vera Greenwood and
Sylvia DeKuho. Theyonng women re-
turned Sunday to St. Joseph's academy.
Mrs. Charles M. Clark of Jerome
ha beea examining mines here. She
west away with many samples ol ore.
C. Bally has been appointed post-
master of Cherry to enooeed Miss
Tesele DeKuhn who resigned on her
rrarriage. Mrs. Biandy has been the
efflelent postmistress of Cherry for
seven or eight years and was very con-
scientious and painstaking in per -form
in c the duties.
Mr. Rielly has jaet retnrned from
Presoott with a load of provisions for
his mining eamp.
The Gem mill is rucning steadily
night and day.
Miss Lily Bonderour school teacher
is in Prepcott for a brief visit.
GRAFTON. IN. M.
A Woman Catches Two Wolves And
Gets $100 For Them Cattle
Prospects Good New Stamp
Special Correspondence of the Hbrald.
GRAFTON N. M. Dec. 7. Mrs. Sul-
livan caught two more wolves Monday
night aod will get $50 for each of thorn
from the oow men of tbo Black range.
Several hunting parties are now on
the range hunting wolves.
The weather is fine and tha prospecta
are that oattle will bo carried through
tbo winter in good shape and bring
good prices in tbo sprlag.
George Walker of tha Walker Mil-
ling and Mloicg sompany gees to Den-
ver next weak to make arrangements
to pot in a larger stamp mill. Mr.
Walker is satisfied that there are large
bodies of milling ore hare and tbat a
larger mill thaa the present oao oan be
made to pay.
E. L. Whippo Missing a Christmas
Tree and a New Baby Girl
Special Correspondence of the Hirald.
Ochiltree Tex. Deo. 4. Court
will oonvene here next week.
E. L. Whippo ha9 not arrived yet
and some anxiety Is felt ; among his
friends. He was last heard from near
James L. Whippo has gone back to
the ranch with his new baby girl.
T. McLarty got coal for -the court
bouse at Liberal Kaosas.
1 pair tinner's snips.
1 combination awl.
1 saw clamp.
1 plumber's force cup.
1 combination vice largn.
i 1 plumber's force pump.
1 plumber's shave hook.
1 plumber's rounding pin.
1 plumber's tap lever.
1 fl re pot.
1 30-luch Stetson wrench.
1 box of Dips tools dies stocks cutters
etc. A. T. Smith eng.
1 small forge.
1 small grindstone.
1 large vice.
2 pair blacksmith tongs.
3 fire shovels.
1 long handled shovel.
1 small ladle.
1 small fire pot.
Lot 14. The Following House-
hold and Office Furniture.
1 black walnut folding bed.
2 cherry folding beds.
1 combination folding bed.
1 email oak wardrobe.
1 medium sized wardrobe.
I oak ward'obe large plate glass doors.
1 cherry wardrobe.
1 ak washstand marble top.
2 smail oak tab'es.
2 small cherry tables.
1 oak st ii ii d table.
2 oak chitfonnlers.
1 cherry chlffonnier. '
1 leather top desk small.
2 oak marble top dressers.
1 oik dresser with glass.
1 chery dresser marble top.
1 che-ry bed-stead with springs. .
2 oak bedsteads with springs.
1 plush cnerry rocker.
5 cherry armchairs.
1 wt k'T arnii hair.
1 office chair
1 oak rocker leather seat and back.
1 cherry rocker.
1 oak cren.
1 small oak wall cabinet.
3 hair mattresses.
2 wi ol nmttresses.
4 large rugs.
1 towel rack.
4 window shades.
1 whi e fur rug.
90 "of. mattresses blankets and pillows.
Lot 15. Two stee' vaults now in corner o
Li tl PlHT.a and San Francisco street formU
er'y the Mexican Ore Uo.'s office.
The above articles will be separated Into
lots as rray suit the purchasers a the time of
"ale. or be oold singly. For further informa-
tion apply to Hrace B. Stevens offle in the
Sheldon building. The goods will be on ex-
hibition ra and after Monday December UL
1899. Terms of sale wl'l be announced a
time of sale by tha auobioaeer.
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