El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 20TH YEAR, No. 139, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 14, 1900 Page: 4 of 8
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EL PASO DAILY HERALD THURSDAY. JUNE 14. 1900.
ON THE SEA
I Link and Pin.
Increasing Size of Locomotives
Perhaps it is not tries to make any
prophecy a to how the steam locomo-
tive will have developed by tbe year
1905 and it Is certainly best not to go
beyond that year for It the present
rate growth be maintained it must
soon result in some radical changes in
design wnich can not now be imagined
say a William Foray the in Cassler's
Magazine. We may however make a
natural extension of the lines of
growth of toe paBt forty years and
consider brltfly the maximum Units
to which tney will lead us in the year
1905. The freight engine only will be
ta&en as the class Is already th
largest except In the diameter of
driving wheels. The cylinder volume
of simnla frf-ijht ecplrie would be 10
cubic feet and reauire a cylinder equal
to 28 inches in oiamettr and 30 inches
ttroke. The boiler presture woulc
reach 250 pounds which is not unlike-
ly and Mis probable chat in the next
five vtara it will be increased to 300
The grate area also will doubtless
increase more rapidly in tbe next five
years than it tas since 1865. Tbe
practice is growing of extending the
tire box beyoud the frame a moderate
distance as a compromise between the
very wide vvootten boxes o feet wide
and narrow o&es flusa with frames
which are only 3$ feet wide. It is like-
ly that ia the future fireboxes 5 aod 6
feet wide will be more generally used
and with these the grate area will bs
from 40 to CO eq Jare feet.
Tho tractive puwerof frei eht engines
would in 19j5 resch. 70000 p:ucdr
nr.d ri-qu:re a weight on drivtrs cf
2S00O pound- with a U!.h! eigine
weighs ..f 311.000 joncds. With t: c
Consult' -itlui ty p3 ;l:o wc-ig;.t p r
w'r.eel vnu d thun b: 35.000 p;u; d.- or
two and ccc-hilf tlm.ss the fid limits of
The total heatia? surface cf the
boiler w. u: J rui:U 4-JC-O q-are fe-. t and
ell f r s vcT iri- is boi. . r if pre-
6tni arru:.''.i.i.'..t cf h utiv.e ?u; f..ee oo
C.J. li .lilt. li is qu.t.- Lr..o U: ! t . ari
po -i le li-r.i's cf .vid .h L-.Lh:.
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C08RE GRANDE CASE.
Plaintiffs Fought Hard For Conti-
nuance. Yesterday afternoon before Judge
Smith this noted case was continued
uotil live o'clock and at that time an-
other continuance was asked which
was granted until this morning. It is
clearly the plaintiffs' desire to secure
a continuance until another term but
they are vigorously opposed in this by
the defendant?. This morning the at-
torneys for tbe Cobre Grande people
again asked a continuance of the case
and the morning was spent in hearlog
arguments J udge Walthall presiding.
Mr. Edwards for the plaintiffs
stated that he bad not received the
evidence in the case until last night
and that his most important witnesses
were not on hand and therefore asked
the continuance. The opposing attor-
neys argued that the p.aintiHii had
made no effort to secure witnesses in
fact they had done all in their power
to keep the case from coming to trial
and that they the defendants would
Bupply any evidence which was needed
from depositions in their possession.
At noon the hearing on the applica-
tion was continued until tiro o'clock.
The application for a contlnuacce oj
the case was denied by Judge Waltha:l
and tbe ctee was then taken up aad
the jury was drawn.
El Paso's Push Talked About In
J. B. Gillespie of El Paso Tex.
who is vLiting in Nashville in spe-k-in
nf w;stern - ush eaiJ:
"Y. s when the p -op e of the west
wi:ns acyLbinr they to aftr it; ia-l
that is why ilh 'i);.:p :rj.tively small
numbers ttiev accomplish so mvch.
l Et i' ec trailing a pull fi'
a cu"cliairg rai-t and ma; k the
predio'.i : fhe will get it.
'Vic lT. rt la l ro being mire for
be s ;ub is. va--r:t of a p imi :. nt
b: uij !:.
jntla-I ; ..:
lO S L- t U5 '"-y ' " r-:
sur zc-i in ay b-' lu'.h'.i. d . 1
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E.yl'jJ ;i;..-.t:i.. :n
brf ; Ui'Cuc.- 'U ly Uj.iJ u to 1
requi'v is i-uj aii a r:ea c . r.
C'C'-ir t A CL'r :tA J Will . !!;. lit-
d iT.icli j arui.ee f'(n tL st i
which o - ae b-j ma f..i.i..a.r.
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Virili lt.0 AT DEiUNG
N Tr F OFFICIALS.
Visit 01 Pasocn Tcur of Inspection
Tbe I .llo'wiu.j S-it.ta
were l-i t'a city ye;t-icl.
of i.n: tt or :
supr ia'.et d
li s.--rgue con :ul s -pr:n-
E. Hurley Uivio:oa eup.r-
G. E. Asr i.-iii;ct
Dt:J. A. lia tupcir-
bridges ari buildlns; acd
C. A. Murse
Toey arrived late Tuesday night
miia the usual iapojtlon of f.e c-m-psnv's
property and left for the
co-thlu the aftercoon.
And Albuquerque's Depot Pro-
ject. The citizens of Albuquerque laet
Tuesday voted on the Smta Fe via-
duct proposition and carried it by a
vote of 483 to 2.
The Company is to build the viaduct
and tbe city is to pay one half tbe cost
of construction and keep the structure
up forever after.
The company will immediately
begin the construction of a hotel pas-
senger and freight depots.
Scalper's Ticket Not Good.
A Topeka special to the Kansas
City journal say e: The Kansas supre-
me court rendered a decision adverse
to Thomas Dangerfield of Or age City
whostarted two years ago on a visit to
Ireland. He bought a scalper's ticket
to Chicago over the Santa Fe. The
conductor between Topeka acd Kansas
uity oonorea the ticket but the one
est of Kansas City took it up and de-
manded that Dangerfield pay his fare.
Tho passenger refused and was put off
tbe train. 0
He sued the company for $ 1 000e
damages. The district court of Ossif
county threw the ca-se out on a demurr-
er and Dangerfield appealed to the
supreme court. In affirming the deci-
sion of the lower court to-day the su-
preme court held that Dangerfield not
being the original purchaser nor hav-
ing complied with tbe conditions plain-
ly printed upon the ticket was not en.
title to ride upon the same; that tbe
condditlons of the contract were not
waived and tbe railroad company was
not estopped to refuse the ticket be-
cause the agent of the company to
whom it was first presented did cot dis-
cover the imposition; and when tbe
discovery was mtde the company bad
the right to refuse to carry Danger-
field further and upon bis failure to
py hi9 fre to require him to leave
On A Charg3 Of Obtaining Gocd
False P eter.ces.
Cha-Ies M-rre is ia the city ja;.
cl ar; ed iili obtaining gso "i s by fal .
j r- t'.rc He was i r-: f :c:l f t. t1 o
Fa- ta F.. depot 1 it Eight by CO ; r
"U-irrc-tt uron rt que-t from the etv. rti
! of Grrt County "ew Mexico.
.Wore rijs he is si ct'e tnzn '-cm
th . IcJiaa Territory where ha hislave
iLt ie. t- td c'.iiiais to be innocent cf
hr.y wrong doing. He bad coaider-
a'.le most on his pvrsoa when arrest-
ed and promised to furbish bonds to-
day. The sheriff of Grant county said tbe
man woull be extradited if caught
The alleged c fleece is said to have
been committed at Deming.
EXPRESS COMPANY WINS
Sparks From the Engine.
Master Car Repairer Borcherdlng
of the G. H. is putting on new men
because of increased work in bis de-
partment. li. C. Moore ya-c'maiter of the T:
P- is in Aliimi'gorcJo Jook'.rg after
the icterests of the Copoar King Min-
ing Co. of which he is a member.
Lee Bridgers left yesteniay for Bis-
bee where he will re-enttr tbe service
of the Pullman company in tbe capa-
city of conductor.
G330rNl aniger Krutschnitt of the
Southern Paetfio came in last night in
his private car wb'.ch was ewltchoed
over to tbe Mexican Central this
morning. He will go as far as the City
and will be gone about three weeks.
In The Pitman Suit For Recovery
On Lost Shipment.
The csee of Pitman assignee S. P&
clue Express Co. was given to the jury
this morning. Judge Goggan'a charge
was interesting in view of the fact that
it touched the question of liability of
common carriers. The gist of bis
charge was that if both parties to tbe
oontract or bill of lading agreed to the
conditions thereon tbe express company
should be liable for only $50 as so stated
in the bill of lading unless the earrier
had bsen negligent and had not used
the ordinary care for the transporta-
tion of the goods. If in the opinion of
the j ury the package would have been
carried to its destination had 16 been
plaoed in the through safe to which
the messenger had not the combination
and which was not robbed;and if it was
through the carelessness of the defen-
dant that tbe package was not so
placed then the jury was to find for
In his special charge Judge Goggan
said that if it was thought that the con-
tract was not binding on either party
and both had thought so when the ship-
ment was made even if the paokage
was lost without any negligence on the
part of the carrier the jury would hod
for the plaintiff the full value of the
jewelry aod interest cn tbe amount
less 368 which was paid for work done
on goods and 25 cents which was to
have been paid as expressage.
The jury found for the express com-
pany cr ratber for the plaintiff in the
sum of $50 only with interest.
An Interesting Letter Front A
Women Well Known !n El r aso.
The following letter from Mrs. Lid a
Blacker Uomlngray of Louisville to
her Bisters in this city will bo retd
with Interest by her many El Pso
Oa board R. M. S Teutonic
Tuesday May 29
I know that I have never rfore
written you while rolling and tos-ing
about on tbe Atlantic as we have d ne
for four days past. The fbct of me
matter is I oughtto be 6eaaick a- father
Neptune claims a tribute from every
humble voyager whom he consents to
rock to sleep at night soothed by tbe
rhythmic melody of theocean waves. I
paid my only tribute short as it was
and can now look ia wonder and awe at
this Mighty Majesty the great
But the sentiment of the ocean for
a cradle and the waves for a lullaby
all vanishes in tbe morning and
reminds ma of Shalrspero's savin-
'Things seen by candle light do not
look the same by day." For the first
bugle call announces that you must
run the gauntlat of a close stuffy state-
room mane a hasty toilet and reach
the fresh air or you will be forced to
acknowledge that Neptune is king
While seated in my steamer chair
and watching the pedestrians who
make the rounds of the deck I have
observed that tbe ooeaa does not make
the b;st setting for a woman's beauty
She really appears at a great disad-
vantage. Her complexion is mostly
different shades of yellow her hair
disheveled and her toilet more or lees
careless according to the number of
days cut; then the wriniles sesm to
sink deeper making iaaumc-rable Hi-
ll i furrows all over her face unt l it
looks liie a map of somj ur.ltoa coun-
try. Tbe tam arp nr to better t d-
vantJge and I havo head cuiy one
own up to bclog seasick. They a'l fdtl
a li'-U- squcuinlrb bt as far a - I Ci-i
j ic! Ttit n mosily a fcmi-ii-ns c m:.1u;ijS
iron tivh the loria cf c.eatio j.. o
1 ::uit t?ll you soin-!-rK
n.:id ir.lill' t; cf t i
i n.-d-m t-- u j'.i it i j.
.t an a- kii. a id i.i
"I used to
cough a great
deal and spit
I live said
selves that I
had c o n -sumption
iid not tell
me so to my
f;:ce for fear
l I te?-'- W ies tonuent.
! P 1 kpPt n
ont sorts of
medici lies but
nothing seemed to roach my trouble until I
prot bold of a bottle of Acker's English
Itemed y. I prayed for health all tle time
and my prayers were answered ;is soon
as I began taking this celebrated Eng-
lish expectorant and tonic. Since my re-
covery I have told hundreds of sulierers
from coughs coltis and weak lungs that
Acker's English l'emedy would cure them.
Some of them won't try it. and it does
seem to me terrible when anyone deliber-
ately refuses to be cured. There ought to
be a law compelling consumptives to take
it. Even if they don't care for their own
lives the public's welfare should be consid-
ered. Don't you think so too? I hope
such a law will soon be enforced."
(Signed) Mns. Richardson.
Sold at 25c. .10c. and 51 a bottle throughout the X'nited
Stales and Canada ; and in Ktigland. at Is. 2d . 28. 3d.
to. 6d. if you are not satisfied after lutyinn. return the
butUe to your druggist aud get your money back.
We authorize the above guarantee.
JT. H. HOOKER & CO. Proprietors JS'ew Yorh.
M. H. WEBB Druggist.
KNOW YOUR FUTURE I M Alamogordo N. M.
Madame Montague Clairvoy-
ant and Palinist l!as
la order to make C'oud croft within the means of all and
the great Summer home of tbe southwest all Interests have
combined in offering the following extremely low prices on
railroad fare board acd building material viz.:
Round Trip Tickets no limit $ 5 00
Board per Week 7 00
Common Lumber 14 00
Flooring 18 OO
Prices on building material liolu only uctllJuly 1st 1900.
The pavilion is now open Mr?. A. Holm Proprietor. Map of
Cloudcroft plat on exh'bltioo at "Wbi'e Oaks" offices or t the
grounds. Low prices and easy terms for lote. Receipt of cne
railway fare of the purchaser will apply on bis payment of lots
Note the unique feature ia the dee'ds tbat gives tbe coctrol and
ownership of Cloudcroft to tbe property owners. It will become
This feature end its natural attraction will make of it the most
popular aud greatest Summer resort on this continent. Ask
for the beautifully Illustrated Cloudcroft pamphlet.
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offer to the people of Ei Paso and to our
visitors the rrost conipl-te stcck of the very
best makes of
SURUbYS L;0- U WAGONS
ever c! o -.. ii Tv'oc Tcx.-.s.
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out in-j u;
Of Heart Failure After A Slight
A miner named Westwater was
lightly injured at Capltan ycfetray
by being- b t by a car in tbe mine.
He died ldst nlgbt of heart failure
n. Eisbach has been appointed tem-
porary aamlnlctrator of the estate of
the late Mrs. i. Eisbach.
p..-- tly i. is v e!l f.. i
1' ved s a s - ou.d s
of i . rti i Tie e- i." .
uij .t". ro r! ihir u-
m a eun .f Ul-1. au
this tuTijlf up jour
ij r. " a le oustled
ro. ms. I supp're
8 you may eei thit we a.-e very
wtll taken care of.
Th.'i-e is an Enl'.shniin who sit- at
our table. I thoUfbt I would try to
m&Ke mvself Bfirreeaol-.i es we had a
lunc voyae toeth-rr. So 1 said.
j-.iklng-ly "Da you think that we fhall
bad that tJuller bas ain crossed the
Tueela when we get into port?"
l'BiS pardon" he said and when I
repeated it be only said '"Ah Ya-a-
Ya a-s." So I kcew I had touched
a sensitive point and hurried to speak
about the weather or somethine else.
Ia tne Ssates I hive been iibtim?
with the Boers but as I am croin into
the enemy's camp and will be at a
decided disadvantage I fear I 9ball be
wise to hold my peace. I am heartily
elad tbat I made my blunder so early
in the day as it was a lesson to me.
We have averaged about 415 miles a
day. Tomorrow we shall be in Qaeens-
town and early Thursday morning we
shall be at Liverpool where we win
spend some days with friends. Thence
Removed! s Removed!
TO HL TASD
We a-e clvitgr special rri- ou bu;y ha?r.e?3 and raddles
Alclyer-Pattcrson Veliicle Company.
A!l t ffa5rs cf life de--l- with iricute'y
and con-cir nticur-lv.
A CLAUCE AT
;: K ir?'; sw yon th'.t 'he .!EX
1 . . -. s of Trc . .-!-
ind o! ilex-co t-3rerseJ 'n its eir?---v hi
All Business Sacred an j Confidential
Prices vitV.n rtucij i f -!l.
CENTKK BLOCK EL rASO
on to London.
Li da. B. Hemingrav.
A New Lawyer.
Tbe committee appointed by Jud?e
Smith to act on the petition of S. H.
London for admittance to the bar has
made a favorable report.
Various Commutes Will Join In Ask
Ing the Council For Aid Tonight.
At the council meeting tonight the
board of directors of the chamber of
commerce the members of the city
school board the ways and means com
mittee and a committee of ladies ap-
pointed by the consolidated clubs of
the city will join hands in asking the
council for an appropriation of about
$2000 with which to entertaia the visi-
tors to the teachers' convention. Mrs.
J. P. Ramsey Mrs. H. R. Chase and
Mrs. Dr Rawllngs constitute the com-
mittee from the consolidated clubs.
Mayor Maoffia yesterday received
from the governor of Chihuahua
through Mayor Onate a favorable
answer to his request that the bull
ring be not torn down utll after the
convention as it is proposed to give a
bull fight as one of the entertainments
It ws found yesterdjy that there
weri cot over 3J0 cols in the city.
and this may work a hardship on somo
as it was the intention to put up ccts
la all availablj p Tbe tire de-
pirtmant will nted twenty livj cots if
their plaa of bringing tbj trumpet
corps of Waxahaeiilo to tho city is
It is co estimated by these who are
goid judges of tho master that there
will be a' least 3000 visitors in the city
week after next.
Pure Hygienie Water.
Made from distilled water. Ask
your family physician or druggist as c
purity and heslthfuloess of our ice
Telephone No. 14.
El Paso Ice & Refriobjiato Co.
In the Pueblo Steel Works.
Puehlo Colo. June 14 Charles
Kuntz 22 years old. was instantly k'lled
in tbe rail mill at tha steel works
yesterday. He was in charge of the
big electrio erases usad in haadl
steel ingot? and was on top of t;e
machine oiling some cogs when he
slipped and fell to the floor striking
on his faca acd dying almost instantly-
otTers most deJrble reports for t'e summer (as well as oi winter) rotable
Guadalajara Lske Chapa'a Agufc.tlientes which are high and dry;
where every day iD the veir is pijant and everv night co ...
-Sunshine and Strawberries Every bay in the Yearv
For ratat &nd other Information apsly to
B. J KUHN Commercial Agent El Paso Texas.
In New York Cooperage Works.
Nbw York June 14. Pour persons
are known to be dead and at least six
badly injured as the result of a disas-
trous fire which destroyed tbe Weld-
man Cooperage works on North Elev-
enth street Wllliamburg.
Will let Tammany Run Wild for a
Wantaka England June 14.
Richard Croker has definitely post-
poned his departure for New York.
E. B. Weleh. the furnitu m m an h n rl
serious accident late yesterday evening
that will lav him un fnr aowawt
days. He was unloading some
erojds at tbe Whits Oaka dnnt. hon
he fell off the platform and a roll of
licoleum welgbin8 230 pounds fell off
It is thought that no bones were
broken but it will ha spvp
fore he can walk.
Dewey Back in Washington.
Washington June 14. Admiral
and Mrs. Dwty have returned from
their we-tcrn trip.
The Short Line to all Pacific Coast points with train
service consisting of
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
Pullman Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Cars
The best route to all Eastern and Southeastern points. All the principal
cities reached with one obange.
Pullman Tourist from El Paso to Washington New Orleans Chicago
aad Cincinnati without change.
These cars are in charge of a special conductor and provide the maximum
amount of comfort at a minimum cost.
Pull information cheerfully furnished by addre6sirg or calling upon
& F. B. MORSE Pass. Traf. Mgr.
L. J. PARKS. O. P. A T A.
Houston Tex a.
T. E. HUNT Commercial Agent. Cor. San Antonio and Oregon Sts.
9? TRAIN and SAVF
No extra charge...
JVc.t t'sc.l tt (lie Motion.
"Who is tli:;! i.inn so viuli-atly stMl-sii-k:"
.'iskc-d the t:ii;ai:i of the ocean
I lo ft kuow his u:un sir" said the
suporc:no; "but he's an ollicer of a
ivvi-mie cutter ou a vacation." Chica-
Mustn't tiot 'Em Mixed.
"I notice that a household eeonomle
association iu the east offers to check
and care for babies for 23 cents a day."
"Well. I hone they'll be mlarhtv pure-
fal that the little tootsle wootsles don.-t
eat their tags." Cleveland Plain Deal
Leave EITPaso Daily 6:50 i M.( City Tiae.
Solid Yestifcnled Train Throughout.
Latest Pattern Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
Handsome New Chair Cars Seats Free
Direct Connections aade for All Points in the Northeast and Southeast.
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