El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 20TH YEAR, No. 187, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 1, 1900 Page: 4 of 8
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Link and Pin.
Trie Cnristian Endeavor conTenlioo
will be beld at San Anionio next Juoe
ioet -td of Au6tin as stated In "J-iok
and I'm" Monday.
A Short Visit.
A. H. Lent.. road muster of the E. P.
& N. K. came down from Alamcgordo
last night and returned this morning.
Mr. Lentz la full of buslnees and never
Jack Hubbard Promoted
Jack Hubbard who has been night
call bov at the G H. passenger depot
was transferred this morning to the
iMNii.on of t: h.v mud clerk at the
freight depot. His place as call boy
has Dcea tilled by a boy named Balra
Knott Is Now President.
Stuart R. Knott today lentered
upon hia duties aa president of the
Kansas City Southern railway system
to succeed Samuel VV. Fordyce resign
ed. Mr. Knott was formerly vice-pre
sident of the Plant system.
Cbsnge In Railroad System.
The Allegheny Valley Railroad and
the Western New York and Pennsyl
vania will be combined today. Here
after theee two roads will be opera
ted uDoer lease and will constitute the
Buffalo division of the Pennsylvania
Steamship Lines Cat Rates-
A big cut in steamship
rate- went into effect to-day
on a 1 transatlantic lines. The low rates
will last through August ana Seotem
ber and are said to have been made
because of the great falling off in ex
Automatic Car Couplers
The law pas.-ed some time ago at the
instance of the interstate commerce
commission compelling railroads to
equip their cars with automatic car
couplers went into effect today. It was
to hare gone into effect some time
since but the railroads asked more
time in which to complete the Immense
amount of work involved.
The Last Load.
Today the G. H. is unload! eg the
last U.rte cars of the piping that will
soon be laid from the mesa wells of
that company tJ their yards in this
city. TheG. H. employes are looking
for 1 .. ko toe day when the water will
commence to flow through these pipes.
Plenty Of Work For All.
Every morning the west bound S P
train takes Mexican -laborers out of El
Paso for points in New Mexico Ariz-
ona and California but this morning's
traii .ook more i.ttD usual there be-
ing two cars of them going to work
as section hands on the S P at differ-
ent points on that line.
Back From Vacation.
J. L. Halntz manager of the railroad
teici apu office at the G. H. station
and tl. C LtJhapslle an operator in
the came office returned to their work
there thismorulng after a month's lay-
off which they spent in making a tour
Changes In Conductors
Ttui aullivan an extra passenger
conu-cior tootc toe G. H. passenger
out last night. This is Johnny Mer-
riam's run but he is sick and the run
has been made by Johnny Moss for the
past e;gnt or ten days. Moss has been
put oa a freight run.
Prominent Railroad Man Resigns.
Ira C Hubbell one of the most prom
inent railroad men in the west has
resigctu his position as purchasing
aged or the Kansas City Pittsburg
ana uuii Kauroaa and today left the
empioy of that corporation. He has
been a ''railroader" since a boy ten
years of aire and will now retire from
Union Station At Morgan Texas
The Santa Fe and the Texas Central
will build anew union passenger station
at Murgan Texas. The Santa Fe has
the work in charge and it is reported
intends beginning work soon. The
traveling public has long been con-
demning tne poor accommodations to
these roads at Morgan and now re-
joices because of the prospective im-
provements. New Santa Fe Equipment-
The Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe
company is making extensive increases
in tee equipment of that road. Twenty
new passenger engines six dining cars
and two composite cars have recently
been ordered for the passenger service
and the freight department is to be in-
creased by 500 ventilated care 500 coal
cars atd 120 box cars.
Yard master 'Tegt'meyer Returns
C. F. Tegtmeyer and family return-
ed la-t night from Los Angeles where
they have been taking a vacation. Mr.
Tegtmever says he gained a pound a
day for twenty-one days. He is day
yard master at the G. H. and his place
has been filled during his absence by
Mr. Kingsbury who will now return to
his position as night yardmaster.
M. K. & T. Excursion.
It has been officially announced that
the fifty mile extension of the M. K. &
T. from San Mareos to San Antonio
will be commenced within four weeks.
The campany has made four surveys
into Sao Antonio from San Marcos and
the announcement is now authoritative-
ly made that construction on this ex-
tension will be begun immediately
after the formal opening of the Shreve-
port Southern extension.
Homes Fori he Homeless
Special Officer Rayner of the G. H.
still nas reason to think the HERALD
a great advertising medium. He has
received eight requests for children
from the orphans' home in New
Orleans as a result of the article in
"Link and Pin" recently stating that
he would send for some orphans to be
placed in El Paso homes if he could
get applications for ten or fifteen. He
expects to have a sufficient number in
Says El Paso Will Learn
Things From Her
The Darning Headlight in comment-
ing on the game recently played here
by toe team from the berg of water
That the El Paso Herald is sore at
the drubbing which the Deming bate
ball team gave that city's local team
on Sunday last is very evident from
the account of the game given In last
Monday's issue of that paper.
The headlines of the article referred
to are "and Deming' knew she was up
against a ball team before she won. '
It would seem so indeed when ud to.
and Including the fifth inning the score
stood 6 to 0 in favor of Doming. The
truth is the Deming boys found El Paso
an easy mark. The Herald scores Hat-
sen of the El Paso team for poor play-
ing gives the local rooters particular
fits for rooting their own team's
poor playing and for not rooting
the Demlogites when there was no
root coming. Says we bad to get For-
sytne from Silver City to help us but
mages no mention of the men from
other towns that they are- keeping lo
El Paso for the season lor the express
purpose of helping out their poor
players. Now the way we treat toe
ball teams who oome to Deming wheth-
er we are defeated or not is different.
Deming never kicks we may laugh at
the defeated ones but we are too
courteous to make a hundred dollar
roar because we get defeated either at
home or abroad. However the boys
say they had a good tima thanks to
otners than the famous Colts who
never showed themselves to their vis-
itors at any other time than while
playing the game. It is expeoted that
the El Paso Colts will be here one
week from today and play a return
game and then they will learn some-
thing perhaps even from Demingites.
The truth of the matter is that Dem-
ing was up against a team and won the
game because El Paso's errors came
when they meant runs while Deming
made almost as many errors but they
were scattered. But when it comes to
having any men here who are kept
here just to play ball the Herald
only wishes it were so. There is not a
man on the team but who is either
resident of 1 Paao or has been here
all season working. And none of them
are here to play ball but the boys all
play the game for the love of it. As
for the treatment the boys recei
ved they were entertained at
one of tne oest noteis in jsi faso;
the local boys did not run around and
spend the night with them for the
mostofthe boys were working until
noon Sunday and had to go to work as
soon as they leit the ball nelc. But
the Deming bo; s seemed to enjoy them
Yesterday the Herald received
letter from Manager Geo. Tebsau of
the Denver Western League club ask
ing what arrangements could be made
for a game with the looal team after
September 4th. He contemplates
bringing his entire team for a trip
through this section of the southwest
and will likely be accommodated with
a series of three games. The letter is
now in the hands of the manager of
the local team who will work the mat
Philadelphia 4 St Louis 11.
Brooklyn 1 Pittsburg 17.
Boston 11 Cincinnati 9.
New York 9 Chicago 4.
STANDING OF THE CLCBS.
Clubs Won Lost Per cent
Brooklyn 49 29 .628
Philadelphia 43 36 .543
Pittsburg 42 38 .525
Chicago 40 39 .506
Boston 38 40 .487
Cincinnati 37 44 . 457
St Louis 34 42 .447
New York 30 45 .400
"Land Of TheSky"
In Western North Carolina
tween the Blue Kldge on tne east
the Alleghanies on the west in
beautiful valley of the French Broad
two thousand feet above the sea lies
Ashevllle beautiful picturesque and
world-famed as one of the most pleas
ant resorts in America. It is a land of
bright skies and Incomparable climate
whose praises have been sunt? by poets
and whose beauties of stream valley
and mountain height have furnished
subject and inspiration for the painters
brush. This is truly the "Land of the
Sky" and there is perhaps no more
beautiful region an the continent to
attract pleasure tourists or health
seekers. Convenient schedules and
verylow rates to Ashevllle via South
Brave Men Fall
Victims to stomach liver and kid
ney troubles as well as women and all
feel the results in lose of appetite
poisons in the blood backache ner
vousness headache and tired listless.
run down feeling-. But there's no need
to feel like that. Listen to J. W.
Gardner Idaville Ind. He says:
"Eleotrlc Bitters are just the thing for
a man when ha is all run down and
don't care where be lives or dies. It
did more to give me new strength and
gocd appetite than anything I could
take. I can now eat anvtbing and have
a new lease on life. Only 50 cents at
Iralo &Co's. Drug Store. Every bottle
Acetyline Gas is the proper thing for
lighting large houses 'churches stores
and streets of small towns. We sell
the machines International Tradiog
Co. El Paso Texas.
Prices range from $10 to $17.50. Let us show them to you.
We carry a most complete line of Kodaks from $1.00 to $.0.
El Paso Street.
FLINTLOCK HOLMES f
A Clever Satire on Conan Doyle'a Z
I will never forgot the first day I ciinic
In contact with Flintlock Holmes. The
meeting made a great impression on me.
I can feel it yet. We were going in oppo-
site directions and collided at the corner
of Fleet street and Klodendoden lane.
Holmes apologized profusely.
"Are you looking for trouble?"' said he.
'"No" I replied rubbing my injured
leg. "I am looking for rooms."
"Good!" said he. "So am I. My name
is Flintlock Holmes. Let's go together;
it's safer that way. The sidewalks are
I could not but note my new compan-
ion's unusual appearance. His hawklike
eyes his high loreneau his prominent
cheek bones all impressed me as being
those of a man. Later events proved
that I was not mistaken. Holmes kept
his seat in the underground and let a
woman stand. On the way I recollect
he told me about the Haker street rooms
how cozy they were and how cheap.
When we got to the house he had men-
tioned. Holmes without warning gave
me a kick which propelled my body to
the top of the steps. '
"Sorry to knock you up Watson." he
remarked affably "but these fits of en-
ergy will come over me at times. I en-
deavor to stop them but can't."
His calling me by name stifled what-
ever surprise I may have felt at his pe-
"How on earth did you come to know
my name? I asked in astonishment.
"It's simplicity itself." he said laugh-
ingly. "I saw the name Watson on your
shoe straps when you stooped to turn up
"True" said I "the name is there but
how could you tell it was not the name of
"Easily" said he. "It is a hobby of
mine to be exact. I therefore carry :n
my mind the name of every shoe dealer
butcher baker and so forth in London.
There is no shoe dealer named Watson.
The shoes are new. Hence you did not
buy them elsewhere. h.hniinatc the im-
possible and that which remains must be
the truth. You wrote the name on the
shoes yourself fearful lest you might
leave them somewhere without marks of
identification upon them. There is no
mystery about it."
"Holmes." I said "you're a wonder."
"Yon have guessed my occupation" he
remarked good hmimrodly. "1 am a spe-
cialist in other people's business. When
the police fail people resort to me. When
I fail it is all up. Did you ring the door-
"I thousrht as much. I deduced it."
"How?" I marveled.
"No one has come to the door" he said.
"It is simplicity itself."
Holmes stepped forward and gave the
bell handle a vigorous pull. In a few
minutes a maid ushered us into the entry.
"We have come to look at the rooms."
Holmes said and we ascended the stairs.
"Did you count the number of steps on
the way up Watson?" my friend asked.
"No." I replied in astonishment. "Did
"Of course" he said. "I always do. I
believe in details. The number of steps
in a flight may be a little matter in itself
but stairs small as they are invariably
lead to higher things."
By this time we were in the rooms.
They were indeed cozy and comfortable.
The golden shafts of the late winter
sun streaming through the west windows
mellowed the already half ripe furniture.
I could see by the way Holmes shot his
eyes about that he was a reckless man
but I allowed no comment to escape my
lips. Holmes' actions surprised me too
much for that. Whipping out a magnify-
ing lens he stretched himself out full
length on the floor. In an instant he was
"Did you see it Watson?" he yelled.
"Did you see it?"
"What?" I cried.
"The dust. The room has not been
swept in two weeks he said to the ter
rified maid. "I can see traces of dust
everywhere I look with the aid of this
I was about to marvel at his miracu
lous deduction when the maid spoke:
I could tell that without a magnify
ing glass" she said. "Look at your
Holmes and ! did so simultaneously.
The maid was right. The fronts of both
legs were covered with dust where
Holmes had come in contact with the
carpet. He glanced ruefully at his pants.
You are a remarkable girl." he said to
the maid. '"Your powers of observation
are excellent. 5till it matters little.
What is it Longfellow says 'Dust thou
art to dust returneth?' He is so ex-
pressive Watson. I should recommend
you to study him."
I will said I. "But about the rooms?
Will they suit do you think?" j
Excellently for me" said Holmes;
but I was thinking of you. Will they !
harmonize with your Indian tastes?" I
"This is too much. Holmes!" I cried j
How do you know that I have been in I
"It's simplicity itself" he replied with ;
a laugh "lou tried to work off a rupee
on the guard in the underground. Be-
sides in the inner sole of your right shoe
there is a reddish clay which is peculiar
to India. I have made a study of mud.
and I know."
"Right both times" I managed to
stammer; in fact when you explain
your deductions they seem absurdly sim
ple. I cant understand it. lou see so
Not more than other people I fancv"
6aid Holmes. "You see as much but
you do not observe.
For instance how
ft nn T"rii. rr n '
many buttons are there on your coat?
I haven t the slightest notion."
"Ah there it is. ra I told you. Well
Have the Finest Lense
Are Covered with Fine Morocco
there are seven."
"For heaven's sake Holmes how do
"I just counted them. It is simplicity
Itself. But about the rooms as you sug
gested shall we take them?
"By all means" said I. And so it
came to pass that Holmes and I took up
our quarters in Baker street the scene of
so many memorable occurrences.
I have just discovered among Holmes'
private papers an unmailed note to me
forbidding the publication of "The Ad-
venture of Six Bad Eggs" till after the
death of John Forrester Roylett of Stoke-
Moriarty. Brooklyn Eagle.
On the Safe Side.
"Why do you call her a new woman?"
"Well I wouldn't dare call her an old
tie." Philadelphia Bulletin.
5 a m i t i
i a sensitive lNature
I am so strangely constituted that no
sooner do I euter a room than I become
conscious in some way which I cannot
at all explain of the deeds which have
been done within that room. It is as if
inaudible words sounded in my ear nay
that description does not satisfy me.
Rather it is as if waves of comprehension
broke over me successively. As the sen-
sitized plate records impressions so does
my whole being appear to chronicle them.
One evening I was invited to dine with
my friend Theodore Ransom and his
bride and accepted with alacrity.
"This hideously sensitive body of mine
will feel only happiness for once in its
existence" I said to myself. So expect-
ant of a sensation of delight was I that
when I entered the artistic drawing room
and became conscious with a shock of a
wave of siu and pain it was as if I had
been dealt a blow in the face. Then
while 1 exchanged greetings wild my
hostess and laughed and talked with her
the details of a shameful scene enacted
within the walls of that room beat on my
brain and heart till 1 felt sick and faint.
Words of love spoken by the nuiii.-iii be-
fore !!: lo another than my friend Theo-
dore. iii!l spitl.eii in treachery and with-
out shame intruded t l.cms.-l ves upon my
horrified uiiilcrst:: tilling. To have been
able to see i he skeleton behind that glow-
ing llesh w itihl have been no more repul-
sive to me than to discover as I did. the
false soul jehiud those innocent seeming
ciise i'nnlly bro;tg!;t
. as y n 1 1 .-1 1 1 hear.
' ..f 1.:.
;i if. w i
iso had studied with me
at Weimar asked me to
i lie evening u:.ii two
il li a
ladies cousins i" his. who were
: the city. They were staying
relative whom Max did not know.
he said. I remember that
trouble to find the house
old part of the town in a
sue. and the yard was not
we had much
It was in an
sort of cul de
at all the sort
of thing one would have expected to tind
in the city. It was thick with trees and
shrubbery and through the starlit gloom
I perceived a quaint summer house. It
was evident from all these tokens that
wo were about to visit a German family
for so these arboreal tokens indicated
We entered a long old fashioned draw-
ing room of nondescript color and char-
acter and I had just time to notice that
there was not an uncomfortable chair in
the place when the young ladies entered.
Max's cousins were certainly handsome
girls. They came from Philadelphia and.
having never been west before they had
ideas to which we listened with amuse-
ment and enjoyment. But while they
were talking I was submitting myself to
a most delightful revealment. The old
walls of the house gave out deep har-
monious vibrations. Peace settled upon
me. Thoughts of chaste sweetness of
exquisite modesty or tender joy filled my
mind. I became conscious of many dim-
med visions dimmed because the old
walls had seen so much that the writing
they presented to my subconsciousness
was like that of an ancient palimpsest.
In the new drawing room of Theodore
Ransom's house the scenes had been vio-
lent in their distinctness for compara-
tively few emotions had been experienced
within those walls. 1 marveled wno
the being could be that shed the pure
aud comforting influence about the room
in which I now sat. It could not be ei-
ther of the Misses Roeder for they had
; only been in that house for a week as
guests. Little by little out of the cross-
ing and recrossing impressions I began
to be conscious of a soft voi -e. tren of a
( slender figure and of a maiden's soul.
I But before I could succeed in disentan-
'. gling this idea from the many with which
i the place was haunted the embodiment of
! those perceptions entered the room.
I The dark curtains at the door were lift-
' ed aside by a tiny white hand and the
i next moment there stood framed by
these heavy draperies the maiden whose
. loveliness had been making itself known
to me from the second I entered the door.
She was of medium height with quiet
eyes hazel in color braided hair of
brown a transparent complexion a spir-
itual brow and smiling rather timorous
lips. 'Her little summer frock had no or-
nament except the violets at her belt.
She was the embodiment of maidenhood.
Wo all arose and I was trembling.
"My cousin. Miss Shaur Mario
Shaur" said the younger Miss Roeder.
"Really" said Max in his hearty way
"I think I ought to be able to claim some
sort of a kinship. Miss Shaur since you
are a cousin to my cousin."
Every one is kin who desires -so"
she replied and for the first time it
seemed to me that the brotherhood of
man was a fact. But I could say uoth-
ing. 1 held out my nana awKwaraiy ami
f n her snft nnlm touched mine that ner-
piexiug palimpsest of impressions became
t . . 1 7
but as a background to the one sweet in
dividuality which stood out from the rest.
All that wasgracious and unselfish and
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A Large Assortment of Second Hand
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15000 ft. of 6 inch standard wrought
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4 000 ft of 5 Inch standard wrought
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1 compound Duplex high service pnmp-
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4 Hoisting Euginas with friction drum
3 Steam Pumps.
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normal and delicately gay pervaded the
room. Visions floated before my eyes
as if they were moved by a cinemato-
graph. I saw her doing a thousand deeds
of kindness saw her always courteous
wise modest quiet exquisite persuasive.
The others talked but I sat silent. It
was only when Max begged me to play
to them that 1 was able to give any voice
to my happiness.
I am by no means a scientific perform-
er. No one would call me a commendable
pianist. 1 break all the rules of tech-
nique but I love music and a melody
onee heard will not quit my memory no
matter how much I may desire to have it
So I told my dear in music's subtle
language of all that I had learned. My
spirit prostrated itself before her as be-
fore something holy. And that night
when Max and I we e bidding the ladies
good night our hostess said softly to me
as she shook my hand:
"1 am quite sure that you will come
again. You ought to have come before!"
"Ah." 1 cried "I would if 1 had only
She did not think my words imper-
tinent. She did not reprove me when I
let ouly one evening intervene between
my first and my second call. And after
that we were never long apart. She
crossed my own threshold finally to stay
there with me always and when I enter
my dear home I feel beating about me
with a sound like the sea in summer the
vibrations of her sweet soul. Exchange.
One Decision That tbe Saprem
Court Couldn't Alter.
lu the good old days when Judge
Gasliu sat upon the bi-nc-h in a district
that comprised the wvsteru half of
Nebraska the rustler the horse thief
and the killer abounded. Judge Gaslin
was aware that there was but one way
to rid the country of those posts aud
that way was to .make it too hot for
them. Accordingly Judge Gasliu when
one 'of them was put on trial admitted
evidence that was sometimes '"incom-
petent irrelevant and immaterial" but
as it was generally true that if the
prisoner was not guilty he had boon
guilty of something equally bad Judge
Gaslin let it go at that and clinched
the prisoner on general principles. The
result was that the supreme court re
We have recently added to our stock in El
Paso a complete line of Assayers' Balances
and Supplies Electrical Fixtures Motors
Etc. Asbestos Packing and Covering and
have a heavy stock of Mining Machinery
Pipe and Pipe Fittings Steam Fittings of
Every Description Blacksmiths' Supplies
including a heavy stock of Round Square and
Band Iron Sheet Steel etc. and in fact have
now in our warehouse in El Paso such a com-
plete stock of Mining and Milling Machinery
and Supplies as will make it to your interest to
write us before placing your order elsewhere
B. L. BERKEY. Mgr
J. A. Halstkd
We act as agents for Shippers
Control and Umpire Work a Specialty.
We are prepared to handle ores from a hand
sample to five-ton lots as we hare
the LARGEST crushing power plant
of any office In the Southwest
fn El Paso.
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If you want reliable assays and analy-
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The only power crushing plant In aa
assay office south of Denver.
Careful attention Riven ore shipments
to El Paso smelters.
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P. O. BOX 97. El Paso Texas.
versed a good many of the judge's
During these perilous times an atro-
cious murder was committed In Adams
county and the perpetrators were soon
captured. The evidences of guilt were
plain and the two prisoners were soon
pronounced guilty and sentenced to be
hanged. But as several notorious char-
acters had recently been allowed to es-
cape by the supreme court the people
of Adams determined to forestall any-
thing of that kind by quietly lynching
the prisoners. The two men were tak-
en from the jail and hanged to a rail-
road bridge oast of town.
The bodies were left hanging to the
bridge and next morning Judge Gas-
lin sauntered out that way to take a
look. He gazed on the swaying bodies
for a few moments without saying a
word. Then he turned to a friend and
"1 sentenced those two fellows to be
hanged. That's one decision that In-
fernal supreme court won't reverse."
After many intricate experiments
scientists have discovered methods for
obtaining all the natural dl?eetanta.
These have been combined In the pro-
portion fow " in the human body and
rubstances that build up
the digestive or pans malrincr a com
pound called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It
digests what you eat plenty of -nourish-iop
food while the stomach troubles
are being radically cured by the medi-
cinal agents it contains. It is pleatant
to take and will give quick relief. Fred
Warm air heaters ara all the
north; They are the most pleasant
cleanest and most economical. Get
prices from the International Trading
Trv XXXX coffee and you will be
patlefled It Is the best on the market.
Kl Paso Grooery Co. sella It.
Most every city and town in the
United States has two telephone com-
panies. Why should El Paeo be an
Try XXXX coffee and you will be
satisfied it la the beat on the market.
El Paso Grooery Co. sells it.
Custom Assay Office
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Slater, H. D. El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 20TH YEAR, No. 187, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 1, 1900, newspaper, August 1, 1900; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth297482/m1/4/: accessed January 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .