El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 20TH YEAR, No. 114, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 16, 1900 Page: 3 of 8
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EL PASO DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1900
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book. Strenuous effort was put forth to cover in some way every
phase of life and activity in the Great Southwest.
History of 1 Paso From Earliest
Times to Present Day.
Prior to the Mexican War.
From the Mexican War to 1880.
The New El Paso 1880 to 1900.
Resources of El Paso Industrial
El Paso as a Residence City.
Ciudad Juarez. Mexico.
(BT ERNEST E. RUSSELI SECRETARY OE
THE EL PASO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.)
Piotureeque El Paso.
Natural Science of the Great
El Paso's Unsurpassed Climate.
An Ideal Place for Consump-
tives. Street Scenes in El Paso.
El Paso's Social Advantages.
Industrial El Paso.
The El Paso Chamber of Com-
merce. The El Paso Daily Herald.
The Public Library
Public School System.
The Churches of El Paso.
Fraternal and Benevolent So-
cieties. The El Paso Fire Department.
Clint Van Horn
Boquillas . Ochiltree
Jemez Hot Springs
The White Oaks Railroad
P. & N. E.)
The Mountain Road (A.& S.M.)
Hunting and Fishing.
The Sacramento Mountain
The Pecos Valley.
Globe Indian Hot Springs
The Conquest of the Sierra
A Corner of Mexico.
The Mormons in Mexico.
The Seven Pointed Star.
El Paso the Metropolis of the
Portion of Northwest Mexloo.
Panorama of Part of the City of
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-
ONE OTHER ILLUSTRATIONS.
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Cool Lemp's Beer Always oo
Oysters Fish and Game In
Wine Rooms Attached.
21S El Paso Bt
Every One Eats
SILVER KING CAFE
Most popular lunch counter In tne
city. Anything you want; the best of
food and the best of service.
Open Day and Night..
STEIN & UHLIO Props.
209 &m Antonio St - EL PASO
want to find a man and
don't see him on the
streets go to the
The . .
Resort. . .
First-class Meals 25 cts.
The BEST and FRESHEST BEER Al-
ways on Tap.
The oldest lunch counter In the clly
and the finest 16c lunches served ev-
ery day from 11 a. in. to 8:00 o. m.
THE HERALD 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
136 EL PAEO STREET.
With Puncture Proof Tires
EL P1S0 CYCLE 60. O JS.
Adjoining Hotel OrndorS El Paso. Tea.
GUNS AND BICYCLES FOR RENT
We do Repairing.
J. A. ROGERS
Real Estate and Rental Agent
Proprietor CHOPIN HALL the on flrs
class hall In the city for Dances Concert
Socials Lodge Meetlcgs Oaclc Walks etc.
FOK BALE -9-room brick residence neat
Hotel Dleu; easy terms
Collections promptly made and remitted.
0Hee In rear Chopin Hall.
San Antonio Street.
Holly Cut Flowers.
Plants Palms etc.
and shippers of Cacti.
H. A. KEZER - 4-06 San Antonio St.
Digests what you eat.
It artificial y digests 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
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn
Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea
all other results of imperfect digestion
Prepared by E. C. OeWitt A Co.. Cbicog
For sale by -Fred Scbaeffer.
ATTORN EY-AT-LJ W.
Special attention given to Real Es-
tate and Probate Law. Will practice
In all the courts.
ROOM S MTJNDY BLOCK.
EI". PASO. - - TEXAS
M. K. PENNINGTON. D. D. S-
MILLS BUILDING KOOM8 3 and 4
All. Remedies Furnished.
Special study and experience for SI years
la diseases of Women and Children Obstet-
rics and Chronic Diseases. In treating to cure
Consumption the Creator's laws are followed.
Office and Residence The front suite of
rooms up stairs 100 El Paso street.
Office Hours Early and afternoons. Will
also do general practice.
F. T. SAM
Teas and bis
cured over 600
diseases in thlj
No minerals used.
The secret of his
success is: He cures
to any address.
311 St. Louis St.
FfiEE AIR KKPAIK1NG OF
Bicycles Lock? Gasoline Stoves
C. K. MOKKIS
4IS MrM Ave
No Right To Ugliness
The womai who is lovely in face
form" and temper will always have
friends but one who woulJ ba attract-
ive must keep her health. If ehe is
weak sickly and all run down ehe will
be nervous aod irritable. If she has
constipation or kidney trouble her im-
pure blooi will caue-e pimples blotch-
es skin eruptions and a wretched com-
plexion. Electric Bitters is the best
icedicine in the world to regulate
stomach liver and kidneys and to
purify the blood. It (fives strong
nerves bright eyes smooth velvety
skin rich complexion. It will make a
gocd-looking charming woman of a
run-down invalid. Only 50 cents at
Irvin & Co ' drug store..
An elegant line of white shirt
waists from 50 cents to 82.50 each at
the Boston Store 207 San Antonio St.
Court Week-Profitable Bail-Im
portant Suit No
Special Correspondence of the Herald.
Florence Ariz May 13. Every
thing has been lively for the past week
as the United States court has been in
session. It adjourned yesterday.
Tbe Improvement club gave a ball
Thursday at which they took in $113
ana cleared oa 55.
An ej ctment suit comes on next week
filed by Leonard Fry vs the Kay Cop-
per mines ltd. It will be a hard
fought case as the company has about
$2o000 worth of property on the
disputed ground including a new smel
ter a narrow guage railroad three
large adobe houses a store and num-
erous tents and one barn an i corral.
The democratic central committee
met on the 12th.
There is no freighting at all through
Florence now as all freight from Mesa
to the Ray goes over tbe new road and
all from the S. P. goes from Red Rock.
The traction engine haa been laid off
as it will not work.
Monument To A Woodman New
Cavalry Troop School Matters
-Electric Light Franchise Grant-
ed -A Populist Light Goes Out.
Special Correspondence of tbe Uibili.
Weatherford Tex. May 12 The
Woodmen of the World of this place
and from about ten camps in this
and surrounding counties met here
Sunday to unveil the monument erect-
ed by the Weatberford camp over the
grave of Frank Darnell. At 2 p. m.
a line of march was formed on the pub-
lic 6quare headed by the Woodmen's
band and followed by about three hun-
dred members of the order who march-
ed to the cemetery and formed around
the grave of the deceased where the
monument was unveiled In the presence
of an assembly of people.
The new school hoard met Monday
and was duly qualified. It consists of
R L. Stennls G. A. Holland Jno. W
Winston B. B. Cannon Benry Miller
G. M. Bowie and A. D. Oliver. They
organized by electing R. L. Stennis
president ard Henry Miller secre-
tary. For the first time in years the
scholastic year clones with a surplus
amounting to nearly $500.
A cavalry troop of about fifty young
men was organized here Tuesday
night H. W. Hart was elected cap-
tain and Joe Harley first lieutenant.
There is a vacancy in the cavalry
wing of the state volunteer guards and
our boya are after the appointment
At a meeting of the city council
Tuesday night a franchise was granted
J. L. Sale and others to construct.
maintain and operate an electric light
and power plant in this city for a
period or rive years.
The following attended the etate
firemen's association this week at
Waxahachle: Mayor Putman Chief
Jno. Brown. Robt. Barnhill W. E.
Richards TE Riggins J. A. Brad-
shaw R J. Ooggett and Will Shirley.
The bovs sav they must have the atate
meeting in 1902.
The Planters' Oil Mill company
elected the following officers last week:
Wlnfield Saott president: Ribt. Mo-
Cart vice-president; E. Harrold trea-
surer; J. W. Corn geneial manager
ana j. ai. Winston secretary.
The Dally Herald of this city has
purchased tbe New Leader the pop-
ulist paper and Thursday issued the
first copy of the Weekly Herald. The
populists have no paper here now.
The railroad committee has secured
about 75 per cent of the right of way
for the Weatherford Chicago and
Brazos Valley railroad.
ANTHONY. N. iW
Poor Alfalfa Crop The Water
Question The International
Dam Represented. At Albuquer-
que. Special OorresDondence of the Sirald.
Anthony N. M. May 12. The first
cutting of alfalfa is going on now.
The crop Is poor owing to the contlm-
ed cold weather during April.
The first prospect of the vicinity can
be judged by the condition at tbe Bai-
ley Bros orchard. They have an un-
uually heavy bearing c: you nor apples
peaobes and pears on the trees at pres-
ent. Tbe plums couldn't stand the
cold winds and gradually dropped.
Grapes that were irrigated early were
irost bitten; those that blossomed lat
er are all right.
C. E. Miller is making some im-
provements in his store increasing its
oapacity by raising the celling and
putting in three new counters.
Travel to El Paso stopped almost en-
tirely during tbe past two weeks and
a corresponding falling off is the case
without a doubt from every town in
the valley owing to the general feel-
ing of disoouragement regarding tbe
water supply this year.
In this connection and in view of
certain propositions regarding the in-
ternational dam it would be well for
El Paso not to forget that tbe lice
between her and New Mexico is only
imaginary and that tha Mesll'a va'ley
is as mueh a part of the Pass City for
better or worse as If no line were there.
Mr. Miller goes to the convention at
Albuquerque on the 15th to represent
tho people at this end of the valley
and present their views regarding the
proposed international dam.
J. M. Shumaker has gone on an ex-
tended trip to Rlncon and the west.
Sunset Route Excarsious.
Waco Texas Reunion Mexican war
veterans. Tickets on rate May 20th
good for tbe return until May 26th at
rate of $19.75.
San Antonio Texaa Meeting Texas
Industrial and Real Esttte association.
Tickets are on sale June 25th eod for
return until June 20 at rate of $18.70.
Georgetown Tex. Commencement
exercises Southwestern university.
Tickets on sale May 23 24 final limit
May 30 Rate; $23 60. .
New Orleans -Convention Travelers'
Protective association. Dates of sale
May 2021st limited to May 29th.
Rate; $27 95 for the round trip.
Louisville-Reunion Confederate Vete-
rans. Dates of sale May 26-27th with
final limit for return to June 8th.
Rate; $39.10 for tbe round trip.
Cincinnati Convention B. Y. P. U.
Date of Bale July 9h limited to July
17th in which to leave Cincinnati.
Rate; SIS. 80 for the round trip.
For sleeping car reservations and
information relative to these or other
excursions call on or address
T. E Hunt
Are You Seeking: A Slimmer Health
Healtbseekers from tbe north and
east who have been spending the win-
ter months in tbe south and who de-
sire to change for the summer season to
a higher elevation and a cooler climate
should visit the Montezuma at Las
Vegas Hot Springe New Mexico on
A. T. & S. F. R'y.
They will flnd here a desirable al-
titude (6.967 feet) insuring a pleasant
summer climate. The mountain
scenery is of unusual interest. First-
class hotel accommodations unequaled
hot baths expert medical attendance
and ample facilities for recreation are
otber attractions. Terms reasonable.
Tbe waters are a epecifio for rheuma-
tism derangement of internal functions
neuralgic affections acd incipient tu-
berculosis; also those convalescing from
acute diseases are greatly benefited.
For detailed information address W.
G. Greenleaf Manager The Monte-
zuma Las Vegas Hot Springs N. M.
"Santa Fe Route Excursion"
Confederate Veterans' Reunion Lou-
isville May 30 June 3rd rate for
round trip $39.10 dates of sale May
2627 final limit June 10 with privi-
lege of extension until June 25th on
extra payment 50c and deposit of
Baptist Young Peoples Union. Cin
cinnati July 17 privilege extension
until Aug 1U $48.80
Annual Session order Mystio Shrine
Washington. D. C. Mav22-24. Rate
$57.65 dates of sale May 18 19 good
to leave Washington to and including
For further information call Santa
Fe Ticket office Mills Building.
Rio Grande Hotel Las Graces.
Mr. G. A. Tandy formerly of the
Careon-Lewls hotel at Weatherford
Texas has .assumed charge of the
above hotel. The hotel has been re-
fitted and especial attention will be
given the traveling public.
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Slater, H. D. El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 20TH YEAR, No. 114, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 16, 1900, newspaper, May 16, 1900; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth297417/m1/3/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .