El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 20TH YEAR, No. 18, Ed. 1 Monday, January 22, 1900 Page: 3 of 8
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EL PASO DAILY HERALD MONDAY JANUARY 22 1900. 0
Mill and Smelter Supply House
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STORE AND WAREHOUSE:
BW Crania - Pen. OKce and Work.; Me.
We carry the laroest stock of Mining and Milling Jg
Supplies in the southwest. We " the United
i.t niinic Our connections with the largest manuiaciurero TT..01
Ssof mining machinery enable us to eute au oraer. 1U
States promptly and efficiently at the lowest prices.
Cyanide Atllls Chlorinatlon Mills
Plants Pumping Plants and Wire Rope
Write for estimates and prices beforerpurchaslng elsewhere.
JUAN A. CREEL Gen. Mgr.
H. P. NOAKE
Cor. Overland and Santa Fe Si.
FALL AND WINTER
If you want a strictly up-to-date suit you will find it greatly to your
advantage if you will just drop into John Brunner'a and leave your or-
der for one of his good fitting suits. He carries the finest line of suit-
ings in the southwest. Prices reasonable. Call and be convinced.
Merchant Tailor - - - 104 El Paso St.
Ward and Company
Room 5 Morehouse Block.
EHRENBERG ' fi
Paint and Wall Paper Co.
WINDOW GLASS and BRUSHES.
Painting and Paper Hanging.
322 South El Paso
! NAGLEY and LYONS
j Expert Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Office Open Day and Night
SS Gives the Highest Price
FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS. AND SELLS
AT THE LOWEST.
Try Him - - - 116 Oregon Street
Emerson & Berrien
324 & 326 El Paso St.
Hearse and Carriages Furnished:-
rfu. i a.
Agents for the
tor. Tests have prov-
en it to be the best
table in the market.
Can be seen at work
at the Juarez works
near El Paso at any
time side by side
with other tables.
Others nse 18 gal-
lons 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-
ery - manufacturers
Mills Stamp Mills
Pan-Amalgamation Mills Hoisting
B. L. BERKEY Mgr.
.Mitchell and Old Hick-
Whips and Robes.
I have the only machine
for putting on Rubber
Tires In the Southwest.
Old City Hall Building.
-You must have In order
"to look well-
Under tec ltin g Co.
El Paso St. J
- - Telephone 197 I
Phones 71. 6 8! A 196
J. W. BROWN
Advice Riven on Anttaropotreny and Pre-
vention of Malformation and Birth Marks.
Heals at a Distance. No Medicine Electrici-
ty nor Rubbing.
Nos. 38-39 PLAZA HOTEL.
Office 1 D ann'a Music Store San Antonio St.
ISS SUSIE CHITTENDEN
Teacher of Stringed Instruments.
Studio Room 7 Turner Bldg. - El Paso Tex
J Gh FOSTER
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. JHARTINEAU
Civil Hydraulic and Mining Engineer.
Have Had Forty Years' Experience.
colonia juarez : : : : Mexico.
Ifl'ClintocR & Zimmer
Arohiteots Sm Hnglneera
Mining Maps and Surveys: Machine
and Patent Office Drawings:
ROOM 8. - T SeLDOMBLOCK
Private . .
(Founder of Lindsay Treatment for Women.)
219 N. El Paso St. El Paso Texas.
Te l epnone aao.
V On r o f 1 1 it all
J 1 1 lO 0 IV OUIl (All
Piano Toning FolUhlng; and
W. G. DUNN
! SSO San Antonio St.
With Puncture Proof Tires
EL PASO CYCLE CO. O
Adjoining Hotel Orndorff El Paso Tex.
GUNS AND BICYCLES FOR RENT.
We do Repairing.
Dyeing and Cleaning Works
DRY CLEANING A SPECIALTY.
Dyer and Cleaner
of Ladies Silk or Woolen Dresses
Curtains Blankets Etc.
Cleaned. Dyed Pressed
Sponged and Repaired.
FELT HATS AXD'PARASOLS CLEANED.
110 Mesa Ave. $ E?Kk
want to find a man and
don't see him on the
streets go to the . . .
The . .
is the best flour
in the world. It is
the World's standard.
EL PASO GROCERY CO..
Corner Overland and Oregon Sts
R. G. S. M. & P. Ry.
Sierra Madre Line
Yaqui Gold Fields.
hood Notes i
Five men in iail at Beaumont suc
ceeded in escaping.
The rivers in the southern oounties
of Texas are bank full and go swirling
adown to the gulf.
San Antonio congratulates Itself on
the pleasing report of the health
officer each month.
Fort Worth is doing all the honors to
the National Livestock association.
Tt ey are a good lot.
Sayers is at home among the cattle-
men of the state. He would be in his
element as a cow puncher.
Soap Shots in Galveston News says
that some people think that the money
they borrow is bo much fat.
The Gonzalez military band has been
honored by being appointed as First
Regimental band. T. N. A.
San Antonio is making all prepara-
tions to properly care for and enter-
tain the oattlemen. She knows how.
The Texas weather clerk is on his
good behavior and is giving the visit-
ors a fair sample of Texas weather in
Madison county farmers have drop-
ped to the fact that they can put up
their own pork cheaper than they can
The people of Atascosa county are
evincing active interest in the matter
of tbe proposed Brownsville & San An-
A f quad of state rangers has been
ordered to Bastrop to check the Town-
send Reese feud which is again
going merrily on.
The Colorado Texas and Mexico
railroad company a recently charter-
ed road has submitted to the town of
Coleman a proposition to build there.
The Capitol Freehold Land and In-
vestment company of London England
with capital stock of 815000000 re-
newed its permit to do business in
Everybody is surprised that every-
body didn't discover the value of rice
lands in southeast Texas before ex-
periment demonstrated that they were
Tbe bankers of San Antonio and sur-
rounding territory composing district
No. 2 of tbe State Bankers' associa-
tion were to be in session in San An-
Ed. Sinclair a merchant of Belton
has been bitten by a mad dog. Sin-
clair has gone to New York for treat-
ment. He might have tried Busch
and O'Connor's mad stone in El Paso.
Tbe state treasury is receiving from
$40000 to 880000 per day cash and as
taxes must be paid by the last day of
this month in order to avoid penalties
the receipts from tax collectors are
Raton's new $15000 school house is
Tbe Phoeniy Enterprise says "shoot-
ing editors is a practice that should be
The Alamogordo News reports a rich
gold discovery within two and a half
miles of that town.
The Dona Ana County Republican
has put on a new dress of type which
Tbe rain whioh showered in the
vicinity of Deming did an almost ines-
timable amount of good.
Census Supervisor Sanchez has re-J
ceivea irom wasningion tne p:an oi
division into census districts.'
Bids were opened at the government
Indian sohool for tbe building and ad-
dition to-the dormitory of the school.
The Roswell Register on January 12
issued a twenty-page paper descriptive
of Chaves county and the Pecos valley.
Santa Fe men and others have inter-
ested themselves in a movement to es-
tablish a mining exchange in that city.
Several men on horseback broke into
Captain Gregorio Garcla's home at
Anthony and stole several government
The people ofbanta Fe county are
paying their taxes more promptly.
Last month Collector Muller received
R. A. Kistler the founder and for
eighteen years editor of the Las Vegas
Optic is again installed as editor of
Albuquerque has not had a cold or
disagreeable day this winter and has
had only one day that the sun did not
shine all day.
At a ball held near Las CrucesMax-
imiliano Garcia stabbed Ramon Baca
who in consequence is hovering be-
tween life and death.
For the first time since its organiza-
tion Sierra county has enough money
to pay all its liabilities excepting its
W. M. Reed for tbe pa6t two years
chief engineer of the irrigation com
pany has announced bis resignation of
tbat office as private business affairs
in Roswell demand his entire atten-
tion. Col. Max Frott editor of the Santa
Fe New Mexican stole a march cn his
friends by returning from his t.-ip to
Kansas City with a fair young bride.
Congratulations. Albuquerque Journal-Democrat.
The business men of Santa Fe have
agreed to pay V. L. Trimble" who
operates tbe stage from Thornton to
Bland $125 per month bonus for the
tireteix months for a daily 6tage line
from Santa Fe to Bland.
The new steamer Cuchan left Yuma
Saturday on her first trip up tbe river.
A lodge of Elks has been instituted
at Winslow with a large membership.
It is announced that Governor Mur-
phy of Arizona will issue a call at
once for a constitutional convention
for that territory preparatory to ad-
mission as a state.
The oattle quarantine now in effect
will hurt business in Bisbee to - some
A bill to establish a United States
assay office at Prescott has been intro-
duced. The publio pound at Somerton is full
of stock that the settlers run in off
Jas. Lowry has received a supply of
carp from the government to stock "his
There has been no rain in the Wal-
nut creek and Sycamore creek seotions
so far this season.
A stranger procured $600 of the Val-
ley bank at Phoenix last week by
means of a forged draft.
A placer miner named Drosenburg
is reported to be a very stele man at his
oamp ii a the Hassayampa.
The first edition of the "Native
American" published by tbe Indian
school pupils reflects credit on the
Miss Christine Johnson proprietress
of the Johnson bouse in Prescott was
found dead in her bed last Friday
Boys with sling shots are becoming
numerous again at Presoott. There is
a city ordinance against the use of these
Pete Pemberton has received the ap-
pointment of cattle inspector for Flag-
staff Winslow Holbrook and Navajo
The United States fish commission
car left at Flagstaff 2400 rainbow trout
200 rock bass 100 strawberry bass and'
Tbe poles wires and instruments
for the Bisbee telephone system have
been ordered and the plant will be in
operation in a few weeks.
A citizen of Prescott who was
oleared at last term of court of a
oharge of cattle stealing has again been
arrested on a oharge of horse stealing.
It looks like a horse on the court.
The President has sent a message to
Congress urging the necessity of the
enlargement of the Navajo reservation
to enable tbe Indians to support them-
selves by stock raising within the
limits of the reservation.
The amount of money order business
done at Globe for a city of 5000 is
truly remarkable. Postmaster W. O.
Keller's books for the quarter ending
January 1 1900 show that he has
handled during tbat time $58000.
The custodian of Fort Whipple has
been officially notified from Washing-
ton to make a report on the condition
of Whipple and also to let the de-
partment know about tbe ground the
people of Presoott proposed to donate
for the post.
The Novelty theater at Chihuahua
is going up fast.
Mormons are going in great numbers
to the CasaB Grandes country.
Mrs. A. N. Fields has inaugurated a
total abstlnenoeoampaign in Mexico.
Tlalpam is to have eleotrio connec-
tion with theCity of Mexico this year.
Baseball vies with bull fighting aa a
popular attraction these days In Mex-
ico. Juarez does not seem stirred a mite
from it) quiet by the trial of Mrs.
Mexico City's new eleotrio line was
inaugurated January 15 amid scenes of
Orrin's Circus is opening the season
in the republic with two performers
just escaped from Pretoria as star at-
tractions. Coyoacan a suburb of the City of
Mexico boasts of the longevity of its
inhabitants its oldest man having attained-the
age of 120.
A building boom is on in Tamplco
now as well as a general renovation of
dilapidated property which has been
untenanted for eereral years.
The Banco Central Mexicaao has de-
manded from the stockholders the pay-
ment of fifty percent etill unpaid on
tbe pai value of the capital stock.
Tbe foundation for the new electrio
light and power house at. Tamplco has
been laid and work will be pushed with
all possible speed until the building is
A recent decision by a high court in
the City of Mexico establishes the
peculiar precedent that the Mexican
law recognizes a- valid foreign mar-
riage but does not recognize a valid
Fuentes the toreador who lsjuet now
captivating -the capital says that he
feels Inexplicable anguish; that he
would gladly die when he is unable to
please the public. Will tbe Juarez
bull fighters testify along the same
The concessions for electric vehicles
iven by the city government to Mr.
Charles L. Seeger of New York have
been transferred by that gentleman to
the just incorporated Mexican Electric
Vehicle company with half a mill. on
dollars gold capital.
Electrio locomotion is to be a big re-
ality here this year. Electric free
cars electrio coaches and omnibuses
and everybody with an electrio gait
trving to get out of their way. It will
ail be in the nature of a vast improve-
ment and we wish it were possible to
resuscitate the Viceroy Ravillagigtdo
who brought the public coach service
into existence long enough to hake.
bands with Alderman Bran Iff and see
the magic coaches of today. Mexican
At a citizens' meeting held at San
Marclal it was resolved to organlza and
Incorporate a citizens' stock company
with $2500 capital to ereot a canning
factory this year at San Marcial. Four-
teen acres under irrigation have al-
ready been don.ted for that purpose
by a public spirited citizen.
For Over Fifty Years.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes tbe child softens the gums
allays all pain cures wind colic and Is
the best remedy for diarrhoea twenty
five cents a bottle.
An Ogden sheep grower last week
refused $6 per head for 700 ewes.
Stockmen in Finney oounty Kansas
are selline yearling steers at $28 and
calves at $18.
Shipments from Wyoming the com
ing season it is said will reach 120000
head of cattle.
Paokers Thursday paid 5c per pound
in Denver for 1200-pound Colorado
Rangemen who have good cattle to
sell will find the Denver market the
best of them all just now.
Shipments of Mexican cattle for
Cuba through El Paso are not expect-
ed to te resumed this season.
Stock seems to be doing well in
South Dakota excepting the young
stuff tbat was turned out last fall.
Business in tbe Boston wool market
continues quiet but tbe tone in values
is firm with no sign of weakness.
W. K. Early sold two 9 months old
Berkshire pigs at Abilene for pork
and they brought him the neat sum of
Utah stockmen are winter-feeding
extensively this season. Ten thousand
bushels of Nebraska corn have al-
ready been shipped in.
The Idaho delegation at Ft. Worth
ninety strong decided to cast a solid
vote against any leasing plan that may
come up in the convention.
There is plenty of green grass scatter-
ed about over the Panhandle section
near Quanah and if tbe latter part of
tbe winter is not too severe cattle will
be all right.
Robert Alfen a Longmont farmer
has mysteriously disappeared. Allen
left Longmont last Wednesday bound
for ' Denver with a . wagonload of
potatoes for sale.
Bill Gann reports the loss of about 40
bead of nice fat stock horses caused
from eating alkali grass on the Pecos.
E. A. Kelly also lost quite a bunch in
the same way. Odessa News.
The warm rains have kept the grass
green about the roots and along Yel-
low House draw in Cochran Co. Tex.
there is a kind of winter herb that
the stock eat ravenously and do well
The Kansas City Livestock Exchange
has passed resolutions asking and ad-
vising the more careful and considerate
treatment of cattle in loading and
transit. They say the outs and bruisea
affect the market value.
Montana Stock Growers' Journal:
Tbe present mild weather tbat eastern
Montana 1b experiencing while it is v
all tbat could be desired in a pleasant
winter way is anything but good for
the range stock industry.
All tbe railroad cattle men and most
bf the buyers operating around El Paso
arein Ft. Worth at the big convention.
El Paso would have to accomodate six
thousand visitors should she secure the
big convention two yeaaa away.
A meeting of the governors of the
states and territories of the Rocky
Mountain region to formulate plan 3
for ithe betterment of the section
bo tbat cattlemen sheepmen canal
projectors and farmers could stand on
one common ground waa unnecessary
this year in the opinion of the Denver
The modern and most effective cure
Lfor constipation and all liver troubles
the famous little pills known as De
Witt'a Little Early Risers. Fred
Lewis Dennis Salem . Ind. eays:
"Kodol Dyspepsia Cure did me more
good than anything I ever took." It
digests what you eat and can not help
but cure dyspepsia and stomach
troubles. Fred Schaefer druggist.
Size doesn't indicate quality. Be-
ware of counterfeit and worthless salve
offered for DeWitt'a Witch Hazel
Salve. DeWitt'a is the only original.
An infallible cure for piles and all skin
diseases. Fred Schaefer druggist.
G. H. Appleton. " justice of peace
Clarksburg N. J. says: "DeWitt'a
Little Early Risers are the best pills
made for constipation We use no
others." Quickly cure all liver and
bowel trouble. Fred Schaefer drug-
gist. F. R. Thirk'.eld health inspector of
Chicago says: "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
cannot be recommended too highly.
It cured me of severe dyspepsia." It
digests what you eat and cures in-
digestion heartburn and all forms
of dyspepsia. Fred Schaefer drug-
gist. L. T. Travis Agent Southern R. R.
Selina Ga. writes: "I can not say too
much in praise of One Minute Cough
Cure. In my case it wonked like a
charm." The only harmless remedy
tbat gives immediate results. Curea
coughs oolds croup bronchitis and
all throat and lungs troubles. Fred
H. I. Bevry Logansport Pa. writes:
"I am willing to take my oath that I
was cured of pneumonia entirely by
tbe use of One Minute Cough Cure
after doctors failed. It also oured my
children of whooping cough." Quickly
relieves and cures coughs oolds croup
grippe and throat and lung troubles.
Children all like it.' Mothers endorse
it. Fred Schaefer druggist.
"I am iudebted to One Minute Cough
Cure for my health and life. It cured
me of lung trouble following grippe."
Thousands owe their lives to tbe prompt
action of this never failing remedy. It
cures coughs colds croup- brocbitls
pneumonia grippe and throac and lung
troubles. Its early use prevents
consumption. It is the only harmless
remedy that gives immediate results.
Fred Schaefer druggist.
Experience is the best Teacher. Use
Acker's English Remedy in any case
of coughs colds or croup. Should it
fail to give immediate relief money re-
funded. 25 cts. and 50 cts. M. H
Dyspepsia can be cured bjt using
Acker s Dyspepsia Tablets. One httie
tablet will give immediate relief or
money refunded. Sold in handsome
in boxes at 25 cts. M.H.Webb drug-'
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Slater, H. D. El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 20TH YEAR, No. 18, Ed. 1 Monday, January 22, 1900, newspaper, January 22, 1900; El Paso, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth297325/m1/3/: accessed April 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .