El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 20TH YEAR, No. 110, Ed. 1 Friday, May 11, 1900 Page: 3 of 8
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A RARE OPPORTUNITY
DO NOT MISS IT
THE NEW MEXICAN LEAD CO.
25 cents a Share
25 cents a Share
EL PASO DAILY HERALD FRIDAY MAY 11 1900
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Incorporated Under the Laws of South Dakota
Their Mines are located in the San Andreas Mountains Dona
ONLY 35 MILES NORTHEAST OF LAS CRUCES
The mines consist of Five Lead claims and Two
Copper claims. The Lead claims are continuous
on the vein 600x7500 feet.
The books of the Company are now open for
subscription to the working capital of which
there are three hundred thousand shares of the
the par value of One Dollar each set aside to be
sold for the purpose of raising sufficient money
to erect a concentrating plant on the ground of
one of the two mill sites owned by the Company.
The Company has decided to build a one hundred
ton plant in place of a fifty ton plant as origin-
The subscription books are at the office of C.
B. James & Co. 14 Bronson Block El
Paso Texas the fiscal agents who are author-
ized to place the stock upon the market at a very
The Company will sell the second one hundred
thousand shares of its working capital for 25 cents
a share the first one hundred thousand shares
having been sold.
The Company will not sell the third one hundred
thousand shares at a less price than 35 cents per
share and the proceeds of this last hundred
. thousand shares when sold will be a reserve to
increase the capacity of the plant.
The plant will be in operation as soon as it can be
built; plans and estimaies being already in the
hands of several noted contracting houses for
The Company has two mill sites with many
springs that will furnish sufficient water for a
much larger plant.
On the Lead claims the vein of ore is from 50
to 100 feet wide carrying from 15 to 35 per cent
in Lead and 10 ounces of silver per ton. There
is ore enough in sight to justify a five hundred
ton plant and to insure dividends for fifty
years to" its shareholders.
The people of El Paso have never before had a
more favorable opportunity to put out a little
money and make a small fortune. f i
The Mines will constantly improve the reduction
plant will increase in capacity the dividends Will
double the shares increase in value tenfold.
This is no fairy tale but truths that can be
demonstrated to the satisfaction of every pur-
chaser. The mines can be nvestigated with
little expense being only seventy-five miles from
this city a day and a half ride in a buggy from
The Mines can be worked by a tunnel directly back
of the mill site on the vein. Ore taken out can be
run direct from tunnel to mill without handling.
The tunnel will tap the mines at a depth of two
thousand feet below the apex of the mountain
into an inexhaustible supply of ore. No hoisting
or pumping machinery will be required for twenty
years upon the Mines.
NO 15 CENT SHARES AFTER APRIL 20
Ana County New Mexico
The Company estimates its profits on a 100 -ton
concentrating plant to be as follows:
To concentrate six tons Into one. and 100 tons dally capacity
would produce sixteen and two-thirds tons of Lead
Concentrates averaging 70 per cent Lead and 60
ounces of Sliver.
Dally output of Lead. 23 332 lbs. at 4i cts $ 991-61
Dally output of Silver 1000 oz. at 55 cts 550 00
Dallv gross earnlnqs $ 1541-61
Deduct cost of mining and concentrating
100 tons $150.00
Freight and treatment at smelter 150 00 300 00
Net dally profit.
For 30 days
Net monthly profit $37248 30
or nearly 3f per cent a month dividend on the capital
stock of the Company.
The. purchaser of the shares at 25 cents can
readily figure his dividends upon the above basis.
We challenge any expert to examine this property
and then say we are not able to do all that we
The Company will not reserve any stock or hold
it for any length of time unless the subscriber
makes a deposit in the office on the shares he or
she may wish held for a future payment and de-
livery of stock.
Subscriptions will be booked in the order
received either in person or by mail and the
sale will be closed as soon as the number of shares
specified in this advertisement are taken
Parties who delay must not blame us If they do
not get in on the first sale.
A larga display of Ore can be seen at the office 14 BRONSON BLOCK; also Map Prospectus and Reports will be given out or sent by mail on request
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Fiscal Agents for THE NEW MEXICAN LEAD CO.
Room 14 BRONSON BLOCK
Link Saloon and
Short OrderRestaurant .
Cool Lemp's Beer Always on
Oysters Fish and Game Id
Wine Rooms Attached.
215 El Paao St
Every One Eats
SILVER KING CAFE
Most popular lunch counter In tne
city. Anything you want; the beat of
food and the beat of service.
Open Day and Night..
STEIN & UHLIG Props.
209 San Antonio St - - EL PASO
want to find a man and
don't Bee him on the
streets go to the . . .
The . .
Resort. . .
First-class Meals 25 cts.
MARTIN ZOLLE Proprietor.
The BEST and FRESHEST BEER Al-
ways on Tap.
The oldest lunch counter in the city
and the finest 16c lunches served ev-
ery day 'mm II a. to. to SrOfl n. m
THE HFRALD will not be respon-
sible for the bills of any employe ex-
cept upon order from the Business
R. R. Tickets
Ticket Brokers Jewelers and
Mexican Money Bought and Sold
Brack and O'Connor
126 EL PASO STREET.
With Puncture Proof Tires
KL P1S0 CYCLE GO. O ft-.
Adjoining Hotel OrndorlT El Paso. Tex.
GUNS AND BICYCLES FOR RENT
We do Repairing.
J. A. ROGERS
Real Estate and Rental Ageni
Proprietor OHOPIN HALL the on first
class hall in the city for Dances Concert
Socials Lodge Meetings Oack Walks etc
FOB. SALE 9-room brick residence neai
Hotel Dleu. easy terms
Collections promptly made and remitted.
OUce In rear Chopin Hall.
San Antonio Street.
Holly Cut Flowers.
Plants Palms etc.
and shippers of Cacti.
H. A. KEZER . 406 San Antonio St.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially di gests the food and aids
Nature In strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
cc;n approach it In efficiency. It in-
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn
Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea
Sick Headache Gastralgi a Cramps and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWltt A Co.. Chicago.
For sale by Fred Schaeffer.
Special attention given to Real Es-
tate and Probate Law. Will practice
in all the court.
ROOM 8 MTJNDY BLOCK.
ETj PASO. - - TEXAS
M. K. PENNINGTON D. D-S-
MILLS BUILDING - KOOMS 3 and 4
DR. F. THATCHER
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Diseases of al domestic animal
Office California Stables Phone 41
Dr. Thatcher's Antlsep tc Healing Powder
for m n or beast is nnequaled for flest
wounds sores. Correspondence with tbr
trade solicited. Address El Paw Texas.
All Remedies Furnished.
Special study and experience for VA years
In diseases of Women and Children Obstet-
rics and Chronic Diseases. In treating to cure
Consumption the Creator" laws are followed.
Office and Residence The front suite of
rooms up stairs 109 El Paao street.
Office Hours Early and afternoons. Will
also do general practice. '
JLR. F. T. SAM
Teas and his
cured over 500
diseases in this
No minerals used.
The secret of his
success Is: Hecures
to any address.
311 St. Louis St.
Chronic Nervous. Rectal and Special
Diseases of Men and Women
OFFICE PCTICE CXCLU8IVELY
Will treat all chron-
ic d loesses of male
and female exceut-
but wll su pply them
with a stf e and suc-
with but little cost.
111 od and Sk'n dis-
tion free and con-
fidential. Cases out
of cny treated by
C. Joseph Flinn. AV D.
No. 100 El Paso St.
El Paso. Tex.
P. O. Box 304
Office Hours 9 to 12 m.
2 to 4 p. m.
MAY AFFECT EL PASO
The Controversy Between the State
And the Waters Pierce Oil Com
pany Is Of Local Interest.
The recent troubles of the Waters-
Pierce Oil company with the state of
Texas have considerable local interest
for El Paso. The company now sup-
plies this city Juarez and all Mexico
with oil. Thus the company has an of
fice in this city and an extensive ware-
bouse on South Santa Fe street. If the
attorney general persists in his course
and if the company are ucable to find
some means to compel the secretary of
state to isue then a charter between
now and next Tuesday the 15th this
may have to close up at least tempora-
rily. This would result in cutting off
the city's supply of oil and work a
hardship on many.
Thus far no information to that effect
has been received by the local office.
Yesterday a Herald reporter call-
ed on the man seer of the local office
P. M MUIspaugh to ask what inform-
ation if any he had received in regard
to the matter.
Mr. Millspaugh said "I know abso-
lutely nothing about it except what I
see in the newspapers. I have no in-
formation or instructions of any kind
from headquarters. From the reports
it looks as if something was bound to
drop one way or the other between
now and the 15th. What that will be
no one but the men at the head
"It may be thai the company will
reorganize or that tbey will find some
way to get the courts to compel the
secretary of state to issue a permit for
us to do business in the state. We are
willing to obey the law and have dooe
everything in our power to show our
willingness to (o so. Before the su-
preme court's decision was delivered it
was an open question where the state
made one contention and the company
another. When the state won the
"As yrt as I have absolutely nothing
from headquarters though I may hear
something between now and the 15ih.
It is possible that we will close for a
while and if we should the people will
be sufferers and there will be a howl
from all over the state. It will be a
long time lndee 1 before oil will be fur-
nished as cheaply by any other com-
pany." This city will probably feel the pinch
hard. Owing to the high prices for
lights that have hitherto prevailed oil
has been more generally used by the
people than in most cities of the same
tize in the state.
Stabbed In the Back
Am ado Masse was who stabbed in the
back hv a Mexican named Hernandez
In a difficulty in a t-aloon on Utah street
is reported resting easier today. No
complaints have been made.
Served His Time.
Ysidro Lilva was released from the
county js.ll yesterday after serving out
a sentence of thirty days imposed by
Judge Boarman for smuggling.
Over 50 shades of mixed paints from
which to choose at Ebrenberg's.
ALLISON. N. M.
Gathering Steers Dancing Till Sun-
rise At Taylor's Moved To Cen-
tralVisitors. special Correspondence of the Herald.
Allison N. M. May 8. Samecf
our cowmen are gathering steers for
delivery on 15tb and 16th. Good year-
lings are bringing 816.
The ball at Taylor's on the 4th was a
grand success. Fully 30 couples
participated the surrounding country
being well represented. All enjoyed
it hugely and stayed till sunrise.
J. J. Burr and family have removed
to Central where Mr. Burr is putting
up some machinery he being a skilled
Mrs Radley of San Francisco Cali-
fornia is visiting relatives at Alli-
son Prof. Voltaire an expert piano tuner
is repairing the numerous pianos on
Very dry and hot.
Justice Ellis's Court
The case of T. P. Hill vs. Berry
M6INTY CONCERT T0NI6HT.
Hillett came up in Justice Ellis's court
yesterday but was laid over until Sat-
urday on account of the absence of one
of the plaintiffs. It is a suit for $90
which the defendant alleges is due
him for wages. Hillett & Berry are
prospectors in the San Andreas moun-
tains and claim that Hill was working
A young man named C. E. Graham
arrived in El Paso Sunday night from
Duncan Arizona and proceeded to get
in a "game." He complained to Spe-
cial Officer Ray nor yesterday that ha
had been buncoed out of a few dollars
and wanted the officers to help him re-
cover it. Officer Raynor took up the
case for the young man.
The public library has received from
W. H. Barges a donation of two vol-
umes of John Henry B'own's History
of Texas and a handsome framed pic-
ture of the famous Alamo at San Aa-
tonlo. Marriage Licenses
Jose Anjel Sedlllos and Miss Jaffa
"It is with a good deal of pleasure
and satisfaction that I recommend
Ch amberlaln's Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy." says Druggist A.
W. Sawtelle of Hartford Conn. "A
lady customer seeing the remedy ex-pos-ed
for sale on my show case said
to me: 'I really believe that medicine
saved my life the past summer while
at the chore and she became so en-
thusiastic over its merits that I at
once made up my miud to recommend
it in the future. Recently a gentle-
man came into my store so overcome
with colic pain that he sank at once
to the floor. I gave him a dose of this
remedy which helped him. I repeated
the dose and in fifteen minutes he left
my store smilingly informing me that
be left as well as ever." Sold by
The Program Arranged For the
Benefit Of the People Of El Paso
The MG.nty Band will give its
usuil Friday night concert this even-
ing at 8 o'clock. The following is the
March Col. Goetting's. .. Fj E. White
Overture Daughter of the Regi-
American Patrol F. W. Meacham
A Trip to Coney Island
Theo. Moses Tobanl
Cake Walk Bunch O'Blackber-
ries H. Ho'zmann
Medley The Best Ever
W. H. Mackle
Sextette from Lucia Donizetti
March Stars and Stripes Forever
Now With the Mexican
Senor T. Concha who has been for
many years a member of the McGinty
band has resigned and joined the
Mexican band as director.
In this connection the manager of
the Mexican band desires to state that
Sr. Concha's action Is entirely volun-
tary and unsolicited and that the Mex-
ican band is not trying to antagonize
any other organization in this
"It is a surprising fact" says Prof.
Houton "that in my travels in all
parts of the world for the last ten
years I have met more people having
used Green's August Flower than any
other remedy for dyspepsia deranged
liver and stomach and for constipa-
tion. I find for tourists and salesmen
or for persons filling office positions
where headaches and general bad feel-
ings from irregular habits exist that
Green's August Flower Is a grand
remedy. It does not injure the system
by frequent use and is excellent for
sour stomach and Indigestion."
Sample bottles free at any drug store.
Sold by dealers In all civilized coun-
tries. "After suffering from severe dyspep-
sia over twelve years and using many
remedies without permanent good I
finally took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It
did me so much good I recommend it to
everyone" writes J. E. Watkins
Clerk and Recorder Chillioothe. Mo.
It digests what you eat. Fred
J. Q. Hood Justice of the Peace
Crosby Miss. makes the following
statement: "I can certify that One
Minute Cough Cure will do all that is
claimed for it. My wife could not get
her breath and the first dose of it reliev-
ed her. It has also benefited my whole
family. "It acts immediately
and cures coughs colds croup grippe
bronchitis' asthma and all throat and
lung troubles. Fred Schaefer druggist.
Corns bunions and ingrowing nails
treated. Chiropodist at Morrow's
Irvin & Co have a beautiful line of
Hammocks. Call and see them.
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Slater, H. D. El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 20TH YEAR, No. 110, Ed. 1 Friday, May 11, 1900, newspaper, May 11, 1900; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth297413/m1/3/: accessed November 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .