The El Paso Daily Times. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 116, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 23, 1884 Page: 2 of 4
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srfive hundred feet above
i sea-level. El Paso has an eleva-
JBLISHINd COMPANY. | tjon 0f thirty—eight hundred feet
above the sofclevel. When these well
OFFICIAL PAPER 01 THE OITY. authentiCated facts are known, all
£L PASO, TEXAS, JULY 23
One year ...... 510 so
Bix months I> 00
On* month 1 00
Within the city limit*, delivered by curri er, 25
To any p«rt of Mexico,^ additional per year
All ommunicitlone on business or other mat.
»cr* must be addressed to 8. C.SLADE,
Kdltor and Business Manager.
i cause for alarm in removed.
! would suggest, that, as El Paso is'
! on the line of railroads leading from
infected district, the Health officer
should see that all precautions be
taken to put the city in a clean and
healthy condition : and further that
the physicians who may be called
to treat contagious diseases, report,
as is thfrir evident duty, to the
Health Officer, so that he may exert
his authority, in restraining the
spread of diseases.
Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public.
Room 8, First Nat. Bank Building, El
c® SH m
AGUE ii COLDWELL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Baa Antonio St.
Offic* In Hague's Block on
£1 Paso. Texaa
QAV1S A BEALL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. f*
El Vmo, . . 8 Texas.
Office, San Antonio Street.
Kate* of Advert I ilnf;
Standing Advertisement*, per in. per mo. 5'>
Transient Local?, iter line, caeli ibmio. ... 10
Merchants' *' ' •' .... &
' " " per inontli... . 1 00
Advertisers with whom wc have regular
running accounts, will have ■jneir bills ren
dsreil on the Hrst of each month. All tran-
sient Advert serpents payable In advance.
JAMES G. BLAINE,
JOHN" A. LOG AN,
Oi'it choice for District
County Clerk—F. P. Clark.
Orrt choice for County Judge—A.
Ot'R choice for County Treasurer,
Tlie following from the Tomb*
stone Epitaph is but the repetition
of an old story:
"Elias Brown, a well known citi-
zen of Tombstone, returned yester-
day from Fronteras, where he states
that an American named Morgai
I Morgans, Jr., is being held a prisonei
j without any charge ng unst him
| Mr. Morgans' statement to Mr.
1 Brown is that he had purchased
■ 200 head of cattle below Fronteras, I
! and when nearing that place he ha<i
lost seventy-five head. He accused
a Mexican who was working for him
with stealing them, and had him
arrested. The authorities compelled
j Mr. Morgans to pay all the money
he had to support the Mexican, and
allowed him to leave for Tombstone,
where ho could get more. When
about five miles from Fronteras he
was overtaken, badly beaten over
the head with a six-shooter, and
taken back to Fronteras, where he
is now incarcerated. Ilis horse,
saddle and bridla have been appro-
priated by the Mexicans, and being
, without money he is suffering for
•Tames j the necessaries of life. A Texan,
! who is in Mr. Morgans' employ,
This powder neve- varies. A marvel
of purity strength and wholesooienegs.
Mhre economical than the ordin-iry
kinds, and cannot be Hold in competition
with'lie multitude of low t«st, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders,
sold onlv in cans. ROYAL BAKING
POWDER CO., 10C, Wall - fctreet New
j m. dean,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
District Attorney 80th DUtrict of Texfcw.
J)K. H. L. HINGHAM,
Teeth extracted wi lieut pain by Nitrons Oxide
(las. Office over IXL Store
el paso st.,
el. PASO, TEXAS
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Between the Fashion and the First Nat-
ional Bank San Antonio St
Ot'R choice for District
Hon. T. A. Fnlvov.
The report that Mr. J. p. Shep-
herd died with yellow fever, is
is calculated to disturb the evuani-
mity of nervous, persons unless all
the facts are known. To place this
managed to escape with the remain-
ing 125 cattle,and they are doubt-
less now in New Mexico, which is
Mr. Morgans' home. Letters were
written to Consul Willard at Otiay-
mas, and also others l>y Mr. Mor-
gans, and be hopes that prompt
action may be taken in bis case.
These outrages on American citi-
New Mexico & Arizona
Large Stock Ranches a Hpeci«Ity
10 up to 500,000 Acres
FOR S.at.e BY the
Mexico and Texas Land & Cattle Co,»
j. c. beatty, Manager,
Office Mundy Bros, Market Building.
EI, PASO, - TEXAS.
State National Bank.
united states depository.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
o.K. Morehead, Vroflident. Joseph Magoffin
Vice President, W. H. Austin, Cashier
Directors- -0. t. hansen, ii. l. Newman
BUYERS of ORE.
Highest Price paid for Gold, Sil
rer Lead and Copper Ores.
0^Room No. 1 Over First Nat-
(FORMERLY CUMMINGS HOUSE)
Half bio - north of Postoffice. Elegit
ly furnished rooms and first class board.
The popula. cook CALVIN NEAL has
charge of the Dining Room and Kitchen.
boar $7.00 per week.
matter In its true light is the object
of the fiMKB editor. Mr. Shepherd ; "'ns arr' altogether to frequent, and
was stationed at Nogales on the line; our government should pay some
between Arizona and old Mexico, ' attention to them."
one hundred nnd twenty miles from j »
the Gulf of California. As yellow The Two Republic* is responsi-
fever » epidemic on the fiulf, the b]e foT tho statement, as coming
presumption, is, the disease was from Havana, that the commission
regu ar y contra* t d from the condi- erSj recent ly sent from Spain, have
lons^at or near where he was stu- recommended to the home govern
tione . lis sickness covered a | rnent to rent Cuba out to Germany
pellod of tour days, two ol which | for twentv-live years, nt an annual
were in El Paso. Dr. Justice was I rental of one hundred million marks
ca le , and lor the first day, was j ancj at, the ond of that time they ex-
uncertain as to the character of the I pect, to sell to the United States,
sickness. Dr. McKinney was called!
Montezuma Hack Line
The undersigned respectfully informs
the public that he has started a Back line
between Monteznm i Station, on the Mexi-
can Central Railway, and Montezuma
mining camp. Hack le-tves Montezuma
station at 8 o'clock a. m, Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays, returning
leaves Montezuma mining camp at
1 o'clock p. m., Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays. Letters, packages, and small
shipments of freight consigned to my
care will receive prompt, delivery.
J. F. DI'klap.
El Pa»o, June 23,1881.
Coal and Wood.
Yard East Overland St.
L. C. CHRISS, Prop.
Coffin & Seeton,
Grain, Hay and Ground Feed.
Wholesale Dealers in FLOUR,
Special Prices on Car Lots and Gtoo<?s Djlivered Free
of Charge on Cars.
Overland Building, - - El Paso, Texas
c. T. jackson.
A. W. JACKSON
C. T. Jackson & Co.,
LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES,'DOORS,
SASH, BLINDS, TRANSOMS,
Moulding, Plaster, Cement, Etc,
office and Yard
BAST OTEBLAUrD ST
in counsel, and the disease was tlien
♦ pronounced yellow fever. At this
point wo will Bay on tho authority
of Dr. McKinney, that all possible
precautions have been taken. 'Jhe
house disinfected arid everything
done to destroy tho germs of the
disease. The question now presents
itself to every
tuere danger of this disease
becoming epidemic in El Paso?
We unhesitatingly say no. Dr. Rar-
tholow one of themosteniinent and
best informed doctors, in a treatise
on yellow fever, which is a stand-
ard workin all libraries and gives
the following facts in connection
with thecharaeter# habits of yel-
low fever: "Yellow fever is an acute
infectious disease, occurring only
south of 48° north latitude, in re-
gions having a mean temperature
of not less than 70° fahr.. endemic
on the sea coast, and sporadic else-
where, tinder nn elevation less than
2,500 feet above the sea level, the
The Greeley Expedition.
Washington, July 22.—Admiral
Nichols, acting secretary of the
Navy, issued ■ rders to Commander
Schley this afterneon to remain at
St. Johns us long as necessary to
secure the encasing of the dead of
the (ireely party in caskets and
citizens mind, is; then proceed with his three vessels,
the Thetis, Bear and Alert with sur-
vivors and d ad to Portsmouth, N.
H., where he will await further or-
ders and where members of the
Greely party and relief exDedition
can become acclimated before pro-
ceeding further south. General Ha-
zen is annoyed by criticisms which
have been made respecting the non-
establishment of a depot near Cape
Sabine upon the west const of the
channel, and has prepared the fol-
lowing memorandum in respect to
the matter: "It was my plan from
the first to plactf'a depot upon the
east bank of Greenland nt Littleton
Island. This was Greek's plan at
EAST OVERLAND STREET,
Everything new and fresh. Elegantan
commodious Bath Rooms Attached.
Will be given by
PROF. J. G. ROIZ
l'ASO DEL NORTE, MEXICO,
From and after the 15th day of May.
For further particulars apply to O,
Sour, J. Calisher, B. Deeetau and J.J,
germ being introduced, and certain iter a careful and prolonged study,
localizing conditions favoring its j He not only made the plan before
development. Now apply the test! he started but very carefully reiter-
to El Paso, and it will be seen thnt' ated it in writing after reaching
it is impossible lor yellow fever to Lady Franklin Bay, closing his let-
become epidemic. Thediseasecould
be carriee to places above the lati-
ter on the subject in those words:
No deviation from these construc-
tude of danger and result fatally to! tions should be permitted. The I t
the person or persons bringing it titude of action should not be given
without in any sense endangering
residents as in this case; but let us
apply the rules laid down by Dr.
Bartholow, as lo latitudes absolute
ly exempt. The Dr. savs yellow
fever can only beeome epidemic in
regions having a mean temperature
not less than 70 0 Fahr: El Paso
has a mean temperature of 63°
Fahr. Again, yellow fever can not
to a relief party who on an unknown
coast and searching for men who
knew their plans and orders." The
pledge oi the signal office to support
Greely in exact accordance with
this arrangement was the most sa-
cred any could give. To have de-
parted from it would have been base
treachery. This was done in every
Rio Grande Pharmacy,
EL PASO, TEXAS,
Wholesale nnd Retnil nt Lowest Prices.
P. A. E AKINS & GO
GIST, EAKINS & CO., and CRAW-
FORD, EAK1NS& McCOlL.
House Brokers and General Commission
Office Over First National Bank.
Prescriotions a Specialty.
J. H. POLLARD,
Opposite the First National Bank, San
James O. Blaine, John A. Logan.
For the only genuine Pictorial Bi-
ographies of the Republican Can-
didates f°r President and Vice-
President. Authentic and exhaustive,
in FACT, profu«e and artistic In illus-
tration, conscientious, forcible, brilliant
in anthoi ship. The STAND 1RD < 'nm-
palgu History. AUTHORIZED. Rich
in matter but LOW IN PR1CE-82-
Thc agents' harvi st. Send 50 cents
for outfit and our special, practical In-
structions In the best methods of Felling
it. Suocess and lurge profits ensured.
Act at once; the campaign will be short
bu' brilliant and profitable to agents.
n. D. THOMPSON & co.. PI busheus
St- Lous, Mo., or New York City,
General Real Mate Agent.
Oflip.ial Translator & Interpreter
Paso del Norte, Mex,
45,000 acres of stock land on the
Rio Grande, abundance of grass,
well timbered, eight permanent
springs on the property, title indis-
90.000 acres Ranch on the Con-
cho River, abundance of grass and
valuable improvements on the
grounds. Mexicati Central Rail-
road stati&i within a thousnnd
yards of centre of property; title
91,000 Acres Ranche on Concho
river, abundance of grass timber,
and water, improved farm sixty
miles southwest of Parral; title per.
215,000 Acres Ranch on the Inde'
river. State of Durango, abundance
of water grass and timber, sixtyfive
miles south of Parral; title perfect.
G. EDI MISTl
Manufacturer of all kinds ot
OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Sod ft Water, Seltzer, Sarsaparilla, Ginger
Iiemon soda, Apolinaris, Kissen-
The trade supplied on reasonnble
terms. Orders from a distance will re-
ceive prompt attention.
EL PASO TEXAS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
V* / <-
EL PASO, - - TEXAS
We ship Beef."S»
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
(tMER'L Iffl/ITT A ¥T)TCT.
Agent for Anheuser-Busch Bottled Beer
K1 Paso, Texas*
L. n. SCOTT.
F. MACMANUS & SONS,.
Importers and Bankers
EL PASO STREET.
MCBRAYER WHISKY A SPECIALTY.
WINES AND DOMESTIC CIGARS.
FIB,ST CLASS IMrTJSIC
JOHN MBARS, M. B.
physician & surgeon
Office oyer B. Schuster A Co « store.
1L PASO STRgtr : .
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The El Paso Daily Times. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 116, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 23, 1884, newspaper, July 23, 1884; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth504826/m1/2/: accessed October 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.