El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 20TH YEAR, No. 42, Ed. 1 Monday, February 19, 1900 Page: 4 of 8
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EL PASO DAILY HERALD MONDAY FEBRUARY 19. 1900.
Link and Pin.
lowcr 6ivco To the Railroad
mission To Regulate the
YThea a proposition waa made In the
Bte at Austin to transfer the ques-
AaiiMa header engines t j tbe
railroad cotnnrsslon giving that triou
;)iotinn oser either tbe reeula
ah .lttion of double-bead-
b Senator OJtll implored toe lefclela-
tarDotto eeod these men knocklog
from ioor to door to seek relief; tbat u
Tie. legislature sends them to toe cona-
Cijd onlv know where the
amadasion will seed tbem. The propo-
bioo bo ever was adopted subitan-
staHy as folio :
Section 1. it is an abuse of Its jran-
cbie and privileges for any railroad
otpanyor receiver operating a lioe
railroad in this tte to run or op-
era more than one woraing ocomo-
at tbe same time in propelling or
mariig any one train of cars except
jm ttovlog trains up steep grade or
wttre a locomotive pr.-pelliog tbe
Sp.lo becomes temporarily disabled
Jfcer leaving the termlr al; and it shall
"be tS:e duty of the railroad company to
investigate su-h abures and fee that
titerim; are corrected regulated or
vohtbited a hereinafter provided.
An amniment was then adopted
trlkfgout tbetwnfir.t words "it is"
ad Inserting: "Where an unreason-
able decree of increased haeard results
to the employes it is hereby declared
Jto fca 99
Senator Odell then secu-ed adoption
f ma amnam nt andiog am ther sec-
readlnz as Mlowa: -Employes
-U railway companies by said companies
aa Ue operation of triiins wlihin the
state propelltd by two or mo e en-
riaes. 6b all not be held to assume the
rink if any there be Incident to their
cvii'loymt-nt provided tbey be Ujured
while engaged in operation of such
Srsias and provided further tbat such
Injury was occaritned by reason of tre
aeration of two or more engines on
teah train int-tead of one."
Tbe bill was ordered engrossed and
paed finally under a suspension of tbe
WHAT XjOCAL TRAINMEN THINK.
The G. H. men received the nswa
fivAli and coobider tbat a great vio-
Uxrj Is won.
a G. 1. fireman stated that the fire-
mj&m aod engineers rej iice with other
Vslaaen but are not affected finac-
aiaSlt hr the law. "While there will
a?crf firemen and engineers to handle '
r? .m?.;..: m mi a hi.ir
i some aecrease id uo uum
"w1 materialVr Bo;;;;;
tfceeaeloeera and firemen have fought
She doable-headers only from a stand-
-Mint of danger. We are glad tne Dili
passed the senate and will risk tne re-1
aetin In the force." I
X fireman on the G. H. eald mat ce
tfeugnted with tbe news ana j
kin l Interested the trainmen in
sotral aid eastern Texas more than
sb this section yet It will give posit oos
. fc.rA BPatrn
iooasy " V .
roads. "We are interested of course
for this reason : It.fi ves work to more
anraandit assure-greater safety."
A conductor touched on tbe question
tfcw ra lroad officials have bad so
-meh to Jay about tbat is the economy
J the double-header. He frays tbat be
-wosid be glad to ee tbe figures show-
the economy of the double-header
rlaiB- uWbere two engines can haul
59iars" be eaid one engine ctn baul
35 ears. It merely shifts tbe expense
iron the conductors and brasemen
U the engineers and firemen.
The law la a god ore and will be a
great help to the trainmen ana cannot
feart the railroads to any great ex-teat-
IwEqulpm nt And the Opening
Of Capltan Means New North-
Ta engines from the Baldwin loco-
anctive works are exp it d tomorrow
ever tbe G. B. for tbe E P. & N. E.
arc ad. These engines are In tbe latest
. 3 f rite style according o Superlnten-
- Seat Grt-ig and are to be followed in
?aree days by two more which are on
the way and a-e now nearNew Orleans.
With the advent of this new equip-
- at and tbe opening of tbe town of
CapHaa next montb alditiocal ser-
liivla rrnfmnUtPd including through
ubi Ice to Capltan.
"I am unaole to tell tbe nature of tbe
j&aaresln the time" said Supt. Greig
Ubim xoornlng. "but I do not think we
saa leave here any earlier because we
:ot wait for all tbe mail."
It is probable that the company will
m a special from El Pa?o to Capltan
e the day tbe " opened.
Pullman Business In Mexico.
To give an idea of the immense hucl
acta of the Pullman Co. in Mexico It
anfgbt be mentioned that at the present
anoroent there are Z'i or IS Pullman
car-in tbe yar 3s of tbe Mexican Cn
trsl. inc uilincr the special tra ns of tbe
1 i r- a o in addition tbe cars on the
different b anh-e of the road the cars
on tbe Mexican Nationnl and those on
ibe lnterooeanic. u all tbe cars one
anai and on most or idem two are em
siavef. Last we k the company bad
15 COO pieces laundr'ed in tbis city and
ifc laundry bill for 'his month in Mex
co City alone will be nearly $1600.
Oranges Still Moving
Xtgbty-nine cars of oranges were de
iltered ti the Texas and Pacific by the
&. P. today. For so late in the season
ifci is considered a bir dar's business.
At la o clock yesterday 114 "ars were
sronte east between El Pa jo and
Yarat Ariz. Tbis Increase in the fruit
raffio was unexpected an tbe season
c near at end. Supt. Smith of tbe
Texas and Pacific stated todav that
iece his office bad commenced to keep
account of the trains which was onlv
aboat fix weeks ago 99 orang tra'ns
aaneof which bad less than 15 cars
lave gone east over his road. Tbeln-
artase U not only noticeable lately but
has been very decided during the en-
A Big Ore Delivery.
Tbe El FasoSm Iter Works received
forty-nine cars of ore from the Mex-
ican Central road today. This is tbe
litest single day's business tbe Cen-
tral road has done for several months.
Tbe ore Is from different mines in the
Sparks From the Engine
The White Oaks road has sixty-five
cars or coal en route soutb today.
u. ts. iaay or toe wnite uine is in
'own again after a week out on the
The Texas and Pacific delivered 20
cars of coal to the Southern Pacific
Harry Alexander assistant general
etc. etc of tbe White Oaks went out
attain th.;s morning.
Conductor R. M. Elliott of the T.
and P. is on the sick report. His run
is being made by T. J. Littoer.
Division Superintendent J. E. Hurley
of the Sot Fa with healquarters at
Ls Vegas is ia El Paso an official
Mrs. Booth accompanied ber bus-
band tbe G. H. mtil aent to Sander
son Saturday night wt ere she will vis
it friends for a few days.
Freight Conductor Frank Marvin
took the T&.P. passenger east this
morning the regular conductor. Jack
Canada being off for rett.
Coninetor Pollock and Agent Morris
of tbe White Oaks attended the tem
perance meeting last night. There is
no other fresh news from Africa.
Tbe weatbor is affecting the charac
ter of freight hauled and tbls morn
ing's ioooming G H. freight included
ten cars of wood from down tbe valley.
J. H. Simmons foreman in tbe T. &
f . cr sneas cas returned from a busi-
ness trip to Thurbur and Gjrdoo
Engineer A. B. Perkins.of the Texa
ani Pacific passenger reported too ill
for duty today and the extra en
gineer A. Witholder is making his
James Hatfield late a nurse at tbe
hospital bereP is now night sealer in
place of "Cato" gone to El Pso to
work for the T. P. people. Lus Vegas
Thirteen cars of
ho? five to San
Francisco and eight to Los Angeles ar
rived over tbe Southern Pac fio The
P- were bought around Hillsboro
J. Patten of Big Springs superin
t indent of tbe Ri- Grande division of
theTexa- & Pacific will read a paper
on ' Boiler Scale and its Prevention
at the spring meeting of the Texas
Railway club at Sao Antonio
Arthur B. Putnam of tbe G. H.
yards wbo was so badly burt by falling
from an engine several weeks a?o is
but substantially improving
However it will be several weeks be
fore he can report for duty.
Passenger Conductor Jno.Merriman
of the G. H. is still unable to resume
his run. Freight Conductor Tim Sul-
livan holds down the run like an old
A. S. Bishop G. H. and T. and P.
joint agent at Sierra Blanca soent
ypiterdy to El Paso as tbe gue t of bis
f th r R. H Bi-bop tbe Southern
I Pacifi ; baik ae master while al-o tak-
ing treatment for tonsi'iti. Be re
turned to Siena B anca last night.
Traveling Auditors Moulihrop and
Beetle of the Southern Paeia left
Saturday for Los Angeles a id M srs.
Sayers and Carrier of the G. H & S.
A. for Houston Tbey have finished
aud.tiog ih-i accounts of tbe two rotds
here and found everything in good con-
dition. Tbe accouota of Ticket Agent
Harry Turner were examined and not
an error was found.
Yard roaster F. M. Mudge of the
8anta Fe hi has had charge of tbe
yards In El Paso for several years r a
been transferred to San Marcial N.
M. where he will take the same posi-
tion in the yards there. W. A. Green-
wood the old yardmasterat Sao Mar-
cial. relieves Mr. Mudge In tbe El Paso
ya'ds. It understood tbat the
change Is made at the request of both
Tbe employes of tbe Union Paoifio
headquarters in Omaba several hun-
dred ia number are all worked up
over a well authenticated report tbat
a'l of tbem "til he called upon to i-uh-mit
to a physical examination. Th's
move is taken t mean that all who a e
Dot found to be lo good pbjeieal con-
dition will bd let out atid tbelr places
filial by others capable of performing
a greter amount of labor.
The idea of not checking unlocked
baggage is growing in favor wltb tbe
offioia a of tbe western railroads. A
plan has been deviled by which all
" telescopes ' or otrer packages secur
ed only by xtraps can be securely Lick
ed or eaw a at very little expense or
trouble no more time than it takes to
adjust the ordinary bagage check.
To is device meis tbe obj icti ns origi
nally madrt by passeogr oQijials. to
ab li-hi-g f e custom of checking un
An Increase of wages is to be given
all conductors ciliecto-s and brake-
men in the Chicago suburb n service
of the Illinois Central Railroad com-
pany as the re-ult of a conference be-
tween tbe employes and tbe offio-rs of
tbe road. Tbe wages of con 0u -tors
will be increa-ed from $S0 to $82 50
collectors f-nm $60 to 862 50 and brake-
men from $50 to $55. Io aidition. a'l
x tra work tbar. is service on race
track picnic and other special trains
will be rewarded according to the new
seal whloh becomes effective with
tbe February pay roll.
In Idaho a unique suit for damages
has been filed by a bobo against the
Oregon Short Line. Tbe hobo reoitea
tbat he was stealing a ride being
located oa the brake rods underaeath
a car that ne sustained me inj ines
received cwId? entirely to the fact
tbat servants of the corporation knew
he was there without right and did
not put him off as was fieir duty and
that through their gro-8 neylie'enc-
he sustained the IcjjMf-s for which he
claims damages. Owing t) the pe-
culiar claim the attorneys of the road
are deeply interested in tbe case.
A UNION A1EETING
In Which All Churches In El
Took Part Last Night
The regular services at all the
evangelical churches lo El Paso were
n it held last night and tbe var'ous con
gregaiions met with the Woman's
Christian Temperance (Joion In union
meeting at tbe Presbyterian church
where a lengthy and interesting pro
gram was carried out.
Tr e church was crowded. It was
strictly a women's meeting and women
only took tart. Misses Aonie Shelton
L'llle Merrill Juanita Sorenson and
Grace Marvin w-re the ushers
Mrs. Fl rence R biasun of the Bap-
tist church conducted tbe i-criptural
reading after which Mrs. J . F. Corb'n
superintendent of missions offered the
A recitation by Miss Alice Marvin
was one of the most eniertalolng
numbers on the prog
ram. Addresses by Mrs. M.
D. Merrill and Miss Marguerite Tripp
on the plans of future work were brief
but especially interesting t- tbe union.
Tbe reading of a petition for the
abolit'on ol.tb- army canteen completed
tie program. This p-titloo was signed
by 158 m- mbera of the society and will
be forwarded to congress.
Writes a Letter In Which He Says
He Will Be On Hand To Be Tried.
The fallowing letter has been htnded
to tbe Herald by a friend of Jim
Baca tt.e mn who is wan tea on a
otiarge of being connected with an al
leged bunco game.
According to his statement he will
give himself up when the time comes
for bis trial.
TO THE CITIZENS OP EL PASO TEX
I the undersigned a oltizn of El
Paso beg to Bay to tbe public that I
am in Juarez because I know that there
is an Indictment against me. 1 would
give myself up to the officers if I knew
tbat I could get a speedy trial but as
I have not very many friends tbere
that would give bond for me I will re-
As soon as my cae is set I will be io
tbe court room to prove my innocence
but I don't want to lay in jtil for
months and trat is the reason that I
am here not because I am guilty as 1
win prove to tbe good people of
Again I say that I will be in
Paso when my trial is set.
The Cold Wave
r'aso ana vicinity experienced a
wave oo Friday and Satur
According to tbe observation s of the
local weather bureau tbe highest tem-
perature on Friday wa 72 degrees and
tbe 1'iwett 36 d- grees.
On S tturuay tbe highest temperature
was i44 degree's and the ljwest 20 de
The bigbest Is taken about Z o'clook
in trie afternoon and tbe lowest is
about 6 o'clock lo tbe morning.
R-ports received from down the
valley say that the ajequias were
frozen at San Elizano.
Waters D vis Joe Williams Eugene
Neff and G iorge Flory were in one
crod and O iver Datum Jim Paul
and George Hale made up the other.
Tbey all wet t bunting Sudday or tbe
day before and the score was a tie
recause a member of the partv gave it
all away and says n-iter side killed a
thing. Th y were at San Ei;z trio and
they say ice in tbe aceqaias was
strong enough to hear their weight.
Another Good Man For El Paso.
F. H. Carlisle who is well known by
mining men all over the west has
moved to El Paso from Sao Francisco.
and will make tbis his future h me
His family is now with him at the Cen-
ter Block hotel. Mr. Carlisle is a
oousln o ex Secretary of the Treasury
Joo. G Carlisle but has been In the
west for many years. He will engage
in mining operate n In this seotlon.
Lola de la O aged 5 years was fatal-
ly burned yesterday morning. While
alone she got too close to tbe fire and
her clothing caught and was soon to
fl tines. She rusted out of doors and
was fata ly bu-ned bsfore assistance
ould reach her.
The soho 1 onf.dreo will give an en-
tertainment Wednesday nigbt at
h pin hall for the High School
Cadets. An attractive program will
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes tbe child softens tbe gum
allays all pain cures wlod oolic and is
the best remedy for diarrhoea twenty
five cents a bottle.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Ouinine Ta
blets. All druggists refund money if it
falls to cure. 25c. The genuine has
O. (j. Lt. on each tablet.
Money To Loan.
Money loaned oo all kinds of collat-
eral security nt low rat of interest at
oamorano s. vn-w.i n;i Ka-o street.
Santa Fe Sued.
The dam ate suit of Cruz Flores vs.
the Santa Fe railroad is on trial In
Judge Goggan's court.
If you want a desirable walk consult
W. S. Holtsnnan 507 Wyoming St.
Tbe Colorado Snrioga Record
that capitalists of B ulder are baoklnc
a oroieot for the Area Linn nt ninim.
exqhaage in that olty.
S.V .v -WW V v c
A Model Coal Yard
It muht be tbat gives every one com-
plete satisfaction from its supply.
Tbat is what you get every tlm"
when vou er't our well-screened
coal. For domestic or business our
poses tbere is none superior to the
coal we handle. Tbe same applies
to our wood cement lime and plas
Payne -Badger Coal Co
OFFICE AND YAKUS.
Or- Second and Chihuahua streets.
Beautiful and useful Premiums
are piven at our Tea Store. One
Premium Check given witb
every 25c cash purchase.
CALL AND SEE THEM ....
Riviere & Detering
406 San Antonio St
Link Saloon and
Cool Lemp's B?er Always od
Oysters iFish and Game Id
Wine Rooms Attached.
'216 El Paoo 8t
want to find a man anc
don't see him on tht
streets go to the . . .
The . .
ALL. KINDS Or KEPAIR1NU OF
Bicycle. Lock Gnfoliie St -ves Etc.
Bioyo o Supplies
T. E. M lGEE 418 Mesa Avesve
NO ACTION TODAY
Isaac's Attorneys Defer Until Later
Suelng Out a Habeas Corpus
Isaac's attorneys say today tbat they
will cue out a writ of habeas corpus be
fore tbe middle of tbe week. .
In the meantime they have not re-
reived the proof of dlvoroe whioh
Isaac sr. telegraph d be bad sent.
Another letter was tod y received
from the maa in California whose pre-
vious communication was told of in the
Berald In the flret letter he said
tbat I aaa bad married a youog lady In
San Diego. In his last leiter be gives
tne date IobS) and h name of the
young lady wnlch cannot now be used.
Fire At County Hospital.
There was a Ore at the County hos-
p'til tbis morning which was extin-
guished through the prompt efforts of
Superintendent Gaal and his sooCbaf.
o. uaai. a. aerect.ve due waa tbe
Another complaint against A. B-
Watson was en'ered today. It is al
leged that Watson by means of a
forged order drew a registered letter
addressed to his wife from the El Paso
no Neiv I rial
Tbls morning Judge Goggan over
ruled a mot'ou for a new trial of tbe
case of Alb-ira vs. N rth.
frf onnarlnlllnii nni all kl ..
the famous little pills known a De
Witt's Little Early Risers. Fred
P. R. Thirkield beaHh inspector of
Chicago eays: "Kodol Dyspepefa Cure
ennnot be recommended too highly.
It cured me of severe dyspepsia." It
digest what you eat and cures in-
digestion heartburn and all formr
of dyspepsia. Fred Scbaefer drug-
guist. L. T. Travis Agent Southern R. R.
Srllna Ga. writes: '"I can Dot say too
much in praise of One Minute Cougb
Cure. In my ca-e it worked I ke a
charm." The only harmlets remedy
tbat gives Immediate results. Cures
coughs colds croup bronchitis and
nil throat and lungs troubles. Fred
Adjourned Sine Die
Judge Walthall's court ha ad.
j turned sine die and wilt not be In
session a?ala until the first Monday In
April. Judge Goggaa will adjourn
1 -5 a
New Town at the
Terminus of the ....
El Paso & Northeastern Ry.
Lots will be placed on sale ....
Saturday March 3rd
Sealed bids for choice above list prices opened 10 a. m.
and "First come first served" after that. Alternate
: r j
pairs 01 iocs reserved. u
TttRMS-One-third cash; one-third in six months; one-third In I
twelvemonths eight per cent interest. Address Y
ALAMOGORDO IMPROVEMENT CO.'
Capitan New Mexico
of SUNSET 3 jJ I)
Dally Tntln Service
with Buffet Sleepers
From New Orleans to Mexico and California
to Houston Galveston Pan Antonio and New Orleans
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers
Through Without Change..
From Washington and Cincinnati
All Trains Connect at New Orleans for
NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA. WASHINGTON. ATLANTA CINCINNATI. ST.
LOUIS. MEMPHIS. AND CHICAGO.
a F. B. MORSE Pass. Traf. Mgr.
Leave El Paso Daily
-sEXAS (TpIP) PAPS
Solid Vestibuled Train Throughout.
Latest Pattern Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
Handsome New Chair Cars Seats Free.
Direct Connections Made for All Points in the Northeast and Southeast
For descriptive pamphlet or any
m. w. P. A... Kl hM
m. . m. v Mim Ban. B Fm A.. IflUlM
"No Trvmbl To Answer Questions."
A GLANCE AT
Mexiean Central Ry.
offers most desirable resorts for te summer (as well as ot winter) notably
Guadalajara. Lake Cbapala Aeuascalientes which are high and dryt
where evr dav in the vear is pleasant and everv client co
"Sunshine and Strawberries Every Day in the Yearv
For rates tod other Information apply to
B. J KDHN Commercial A rent. El Papo Texas.
is the best flour
in the world. It is
the World's standard.
EL PA?0 GROCERY CO..
Corner OvprlanH snd Oren
Barraln la Shoes
New roods arrivin? every day.
8eamless shoe-t for men and boys.
Meyer's 207 El Paso St.
or El Paso Texas. 1
To Pacific Coast Points and Return
Lu J PARKS G. P. & T. A;.
TRAIN and SAVE
No extra charge...
6:50 A. M City Time.
further information oall on. or address.
U. W. CURTIS.
T. e. a. m rmm
OP MEXICO will show you that the MEX-
ICAN CENTRAL RY. reaches I'l of the
impo'-tant do i r ts of Meilco. The table
land of Mexloo traversed 'n Its entirety by
OLD c . . X
always se tbe Lmzuriom Service of tbe Z
$ Queen & Crescent Route $
2 tbe Short Line to tb. EAST AND $
ff THROUGH SLEEPERS . . 9
Shreveport to Chattanooga.
9 PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
S New Orleans to New York
9 Cincinnati and St. Louis. '
AT. M. HUNT. GEO. H. SMITH.
A TRA. Aa AOT . CIN' 1 .s. MT.(
OALUkO TCX. lWOUIHl.
THE H'RALO wl' not be respow-
sibte for the bills of any employe ess-
cept upon order from the Buswsss)
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