El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. SIXTEENTH YEAR, No. 30, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 4, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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fil Paso Daily Times, Tuesday, February 4,1896,
W. G.WALZ CO,
CIUDAD JUARIZ, MKX,
Best Mexican Cigars.
45,000 Balsa Hermauos,
La Prueba, Vera Uruz Cigars.
Victoria de Colon,
Obsequies de Bismark,
Regalias de Alfonso XII,
Regalos de Alfonso XII,
Oaramelos de Alfonso XIII,
Regalias de Lerdo,
Perlas de Oriente,
I be best in the world Lookout
for cheap imitations of the above.
Stop a minute and let me tell
you about this dried fruit. If
you want something that will
tickle your taste with a tooth-
some touch, you’ll find the
Peaches as delicious as lucious
ripe fruit fresh from the trees.
The price is so reasonable
you’ll feel like passing your
plate for a second helping.
ONLY i2> CTS. A POUND.
Large, clean, clear, bright fruit.
Evaporated Apricots, Peeled
Peaches, Prunes, Cherries,
Pears, etc., etc.
COB. SAN ANTONIO AND STANTON STS.
TELEPHONE NO. 8.
O’BRIEN GOAL Go.!
Near eor. Second and Santa Fe Sts.
THOMAS A DWYER, JR„
RECEIVING AND FORWARDING
STATE OF CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO.
Buys and aella native and foreign pro-
ducts on commission, and receives and
dispatches freights by rail, express and
Direct from the mines.
Carry an extensive stock. Speoial bar-
gains to dealers.
BONORA NEWS COMPANY,
Mexican Central Railway Depot,
Offloe hours 9 to 12 a.m. 3:30 to 6:30 p.Br
CHOPIN MUSIC HALL
DEWEY A LEITOH, Managers.
• EATS 500.
The Clark, Whitson* Leitch
A DAY WITH MAHER.
BURLY PUGILIST FOND OF
Union Went. A.jboSj'l H.D«-W«hw
Does Not Knock Out Wish a Blaht Head
Swing—file le Trnlnln* Behind dosed
Doors—Big Crowds Coming.
Sunday a Tinas man visited Lee
Ornoee to see what waa going on In
the Maher oamp. Within a stone’s
throw of Maher'a tralnlcgqaaiters the
reporter Inquired of two aborigines If
they oould point the way to th# ran-
desvouz of the great Peter, bat they
did not eabe Senor Maher, so the re-
porter went to the residence of Mr.
Max Sohutz and on being nshered Into
the parlor, the great Irish ohampton
was oanght In the act. He waa on the
floor romping with the ohtldren of the
house, while Book Connelly and Max
Sohutz sat looking on and smiling their
approval. When the reporter Btepped
Into the happy olrola, Maher aoted
like a bashful boy dateotad in the sot
of kissing a pretty girl, and bidding
the reporter “buenos diae,” tried to
hide himself in a big ohalr. Bat the
ohtldren who appear very mnoh attaoh
ad to him, gathered around him and he
soon thawsd oat and chatted pleasantly
about bis training. The reporter told
Mr Connelly it was reported in El
Paso that he was the head of a syndi-
cate with 925,000 to bs plaoed on Maher
at the ring side when the Australian's
New Orleans admirers had forced the
betting up to good odds on Fltz. Mr.
Oonnslly did not deny the report, bat
simply remarked: "We era not after
New Orleans money especially—any-
body’s money will suit ns,’ The
wholesonl hospitality of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Sohntz Is proverbial In this olty,
and it is, therefore, not to be
wondered at that the genial Irishman
spends many of his leisure moments at
the Sohu'z home. Sweet little Katie
Schutz, a wee lady of font summers, is
Maher’s espsolal favorite. They are
regular chums. In the afternoon the
reporter visited Maher’s training quar
ters and saw all of the boys at work
They are a j illy oompaoy and thetr
enthusiasm Is oontageons. They all
believe Maher to be a sure winner.
Phil Lowery, the leading spirit In all
fan at the oamp, 6sys ha has read
prognostications on the tight, and that
those who olatm to know so muon ex
hiblt very little knowledge when they
talk about Maher'a swinging knookont
blow. He ssyB that the Irishman's
knookout blow Is a half arm punch
that raaliy does not appear to he car-
rying muoh force, if Maher has suf
fared from his boll he does not show it.
He bad a game of foot ball with Jimmy
Murphy Sunday and was as active on
bis feet as a oat. He is looking well
and feels oonfldent he will defeat
Fitzsimmons. Marshall, who Is to go
against the wonder, George Dixon, is a
tough looking little easterner. He
Is olever enough with his lists, Is In flue
condition and Is going to knockout
Jimmy Murphy. The little Haivard
trainer who is booked to entertain
Barry, Is about ten poandsover weight,
but he Is working hard and promises
to be in flue shape on the day ot his
battle. Peter Burns is working off
some of that aldermanlo front and be
seems to enjoy It. If Burns falls to do
up Billy Smith It will not be because
he Is not working for It. Manager
Quinn had Jim Hall staked out some-
where so the Times man did not see
“Back” Connelly will be in El Paso
today, and report says ha Is coming
down to discover how mnoh Fitzslm
mons money Jos Vsndfg has about his
Fitzsimmons is training behind dos-
ed doors, and Jnllan announced yes-
terday that not even reporters would
be allewed to see Fitz at work here
According to rntnorjoe Vendig Is
commissioned by the Dwyers to place
a considerable sum of money on the
winner, and as Joa is to do the gness
lng be is anxious to see the Australian
Information from New York, Cincin-
nati, Baltimore, Ohtoago, St. Louis,
San Franoieoo, New Orleans, Denver,
Los Angeles, Washington and other
large oities, Is to the effect that large
excursion parties on speoial trains will
oommenoe arriving at El Paso on the
10th. The roads have not yet aoted on
El Paso's request for a one cent per
mile rate from all points within flve
hundred miles of this olty. Agent
Hnnt was In San Franolsoo today to
present the request to the Southern
The following telegram waa received
In this oily last evening from W. J.
Blaok, general passenger agent of the
Santa Fe route, addressed to E. Uope-
land, general agent of the same line:
Topeka, Feb. 3—1 have been making
a thorough oanvass for the past week
regarding tha athletlo contests to be
held near El Paso, and think we oan
safely say that we will have speoial
trains of Pullman slaepars from Den-
ver, Colorado Springs, and Pueblo,
with Colorado oontlngenta. I also
have advices that there will be quite a
number from Utah in addition thereto
Information from Chioago, St. L uls,
St. Joseph, Kansas City and prominent
intermediate points Indicate that there
will be large numbers attend. I know
the people are fast reaching the belief
that the oontests will be held as ad
vertised. W. J. Black.
“I am now getting ready to aooord
traoksge to as many Pallman cars as
will bs brought here," said Mr Cope
land "I think that two hundred of
these ooaches will be used for lodging
purposes during the carnival.”
EXCURSIONS ON THE ATCHISON.
Denver, Feb. 3—The Santa Fe will
ran a speoial train from Denver, Colo-
rado Springs and Pueblo to El Paso
February 12tb, for the benefit of sports
who wish to attend the flstto oontests
February 14th to 18th. A rate of 925
for the round trip has been made,
tickets to be on sale February 9tb,
10th and llth. Arrangements have
been made for an exonralon to the City
of Mexico from El Paso at a rate of 920
for the round trip. Tlokete to the El
Paso fights will be extended thirty
Springfield, 111, Feb. 3—John L
Sailivan Is greatly Improved and In-
tends starting for Texas Wednesday
afternoon. His physician says there
le no danger of complications anises
the big fellow takes cold.
Meals 25o at tha Ktngabery. Reduc-
ed rates for families.
The El Paso Cadets have reoelvad
their new uniforms and the boys pre
sent a dashing appearance.
Governor Ahamadz and a number
of other prominent offlolals of Ohlhna
has will visit Jaarez Thursday.
F. Montoya and Ban Usrra engaged
In a fight on El Paso street last night
and were jailed. Montoya is a barber.
The Blaohlay Oaples oase, whioh had
been on trlel In the dlstrlot oonrt four
days, terminated yesterday In favor of
The Klngsbtrry hae the best of
everything In the market. "Amerloan
cooks," Meals at all hoars at bottom
prices. El Paso, Tax.
The oyoling association la arranging
for a meet here on the 12th, and there
will be a number of rldors In attend
anoe from Tucson, Phoenix and Albu-
querque. Harry Walz will mast all
An offlolal from Mexico visited El
Paso Sunday night and waa relieved of
91,000 Mexican money In a "big mil’’
game at a San Antonio atraet saloon
and not In the rear of tha Gem aa re-
ported by the afternoon papers.
Jennie, the pretty little two year old
daughter of Conductor and Mrs. J. F.
Hugh, died last night of brain fever
brought on by pneumonia. Jennie
wss a bright little lady and waa the
only daughter of the bereaved father
The other day Geo. Ogden thought
he played a good joke on Oondnotor
George Oansle by reporting that his
wife had a baby, when In faot Oansle
Is not married, but he Is popular with
tha ladles and George Ogden wants
him out of tha way.
Last night at 8 o’olook the fire de
partment was oalled oat by a light
blaze in the training qaarters of
"Bright Eyes” on Stanton Btreet In
the old rink building. No one had
bean In the plaoe for three honrs and
Manager Kelly oould not account for
the origin of the fire. He believes It
was the work of bu inoendlary. Very
little damage was done.
Dan Stnart Is after the parties who
have Issued what he terms a "counter-
feit carnival programme,” whioh a
number of El Faso business bonses
were Inveigled Into patronizing.
In a card banded to all the papers In
the olty yesterday, Mr. Stnart advises
merchants to repudiate their contracts
with tha counterfeit programme as he
will not allow It to be distributed at
Yesterday Mayor Campbell appoint-
ed Messrs. F. E. Hunter, W. M. Yan-
dell, Juan S. Hart, Leigh Clark, T. J.
Beall, J O. Pleroe, A, G. Molloy, J
M. Hawkins, E O. Roberts, W. 8. Mo
CutcheoD, O. R. Morehead and Ohas.
Davis, to represent El Paso at a meat-
log to be held at Dallas on tha 25th to
consider the matter of boldlog an ex
position at Dallas next year, com
meraorattve of the semi centennial ex
Istenoe of Texas, first as a republic and
then as a state.
WERE THEY MURDERED?
William Noyes of Shifter was In the
W. G. Walz returned Sunday from
the City of Mexloo.
Lieutenant T. M. Brown, stationed
at Fort Grant, Is in the olty.
Hon. W. W. Turney went down to
San Antonio SandBy evening.
Brewster OameroD, the enterprising
promoter of the Aransas Pass boom, is
in the city to spend several days.
John H. Raftery of the Sorlps MoKae
syndloate is In the olty to report the
carnival for his papers and he Is doing
Oapt. S. H. MoMurray of Kantuoky
dropped In on El Paso yesterday to see
how the oarnlval was getting on. He
will be here to see the fights.
r. Naughton, sporting editor of the
San I ranotsoo Examiner and one of
the best known sportiDg writers In the
oonntry. arrived yesterday to report
the carnival for his paper.
‘ Fitzsimmons’ Favorite”
Won the belt. Best olgar on record.
For sale only at No. 35, Main St.,
aoross the river. Watoh the number.
Thrse Croons Arrested.
Yesterday morning Officer Cook was
detailed to look after crooks who have
been working passengers arriving at
the Southern Paolflo depot, and Cook
made a haul as soon as he went on
duty. A stranger who came In on the
train from the east fell Into the hands
of two crooks and was taken to a saloon
near by, where, after taking several
drinks, the wolves commenced trying
to work their victim on dloe games.
Officer Cook had his eye on the pro-
ceedings and when one of the men
flashed oat a big roll of money, Cook
nabbed the men and started to jail with
them, whan joined by Oapt. Hughes
and Mr. Lasler of the Rangers. As
the party were passing down the street
a third man stepped op to the side of
the fellow with the roll, whioh was being
deftly transfered to tha new oomer,
when Lasler seeing the movement
arrested the third man. A Times re-
porter followed the prooesslon to the
jail to witness the outoome. C. 0.
Worral), the fellow with the roll, want
ed reporters barred, bat Capt. Hughes
was not willing. So being told he
mast pall out his money Worrall'
threw what appeared to be about 91C00
on the jailor’s d»sk and walked over to
the reporter for aohat.
Thinking the money was counterfeit,
Mr. Lewis, of the First National bank,
was oalled in and when he opened np
the roll It contained one 910 bill, two
fives and nineteen one dollar bills with
thlok paper neatly plaoed between eac*
bill so that the presence of the paper
oou'd not be readily deteoted, while It
swelled the roll to envious propor-
tions. Joe Williams pronounced the
bills genuine But the three men
were held on the charge of vagraooy
and dloe throwing. The orooks an
gaged an attorney who was last night j
endeavoring to gat them oat of jail on
bond. The two meo with Worrall
gave their names as G. H. Meyers and
G. M. Mtllsap.
On a Tour ot Inspection.
Topeka, Feb. 3—President Ripley
end other Santa Fe offlolals passed
through Topeka last night travellog
west on a tonr of Inspection.
Helen Sternau, Dressmaker, Rooms
11 and 2, Mnndy blook.
MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE OF
COL. A. J. FOUNTAIN AND SON.
UiOratu Greatly Bxoited and a Pom
Take* tha Flald—The Story of a Stage
Driver—Snppoeed to Have Been the Vic-
tim! of Cattle Thlavee.
Yesterday El Paso's pleasant little
neighbor, Las Urnocs, was In a tampest
of exoltement over a report to the
tffoot that Ool. A. J. Fountain, of that
town, and hia little eight-year-old son
had been murdered by unknown
parties, this side of White Sands, N.
M,, on the White Oaks road. Offloer
Ban Williams, of Lis Oruoes, who has
been In El Paso several days on offlolal
business, received the following tele-
"Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. 3-To Ben
Willlems: Report here Is Fountain
killed on the road.
"(Signed) R. Lohman.”
At the request of the Times Mr. Will-
iams oalled np parties In Las Oiuoas
over the telephone and obtained from
him the following particulars:
Col. A. J. Fountain of Laa Cruoes is
attorney for the New Mexico Cattle-
men’s AssoolattoD, and on the 12 h of
last month, accompanied by hts little
sen, be went to Lincoln, Lincoln ooun
ty, New Mexloo, In the vlolnlty of
White Oaks, to attend oonrt and prose
onto a number of parties ohaiged with
stealing cattle from members of his
association. Last Sa’urday morning
the stage driver ronnlDg between Laa
Cruoes and White Sands met Colonel
Fonntain and his little boy lo a back-
board, returning from Ltnooln; and
soon after passing the colonel the
stage driver met five mounted and
armed men. Sunday morning the
stage driver started on his return to
Las Graces and some distanoe this side
of White Bands the stage driver no-
ticed the tracks of Colonel Fountain's
backboard tarn off from the main
road In the direction of Jerllla Moun-
tains. This struok the stage driver as
something odd, as the direction taken
by Colonel Fonntain led In an entirely
opposite dlreotlon from Las Oruoes, so
the driver made some Investigation
and discovered the traoks of five horses
following the traoke of the backboard.
The driver reported this to parties In
It seems that the stage driver reeob
ed Las Oruoes Sunday night and he
was followed yesterday with the infor-
mation that parties had followed Colo-
nel Fountain’s buokboard tracks to a
point ten miles from the main road,
and near the Jeritla mountains, where
the backboard was found, bnt Colonel
Fountain, his son and the horses were
no where to be seen.
This news, so the Times' telephone,
from Las Graces stated, created the
most Intense exoltement amoDg the
people of Dona Ana oonnty'e oapital
and an armed posse of twenty-five men
was to leave Las Graces last night to
hunt for the missing and avenge them
If they have been murdered.
Offloer Williams believes that Colo-
nel Fonntain and his son have been
murdered by oattle thieves and smug-
glers who infest the Jerllla mountains.
"That’s what a man gets,” said Offi-
cer Williams last night, "for proseont
log oattle thieves in New Mexico. A
gang of them roost In the Jarllla
mountains, so I am informed by Lin-
coln oonnty offlolals.”
It is possible, however, that Colonel
Fonntain had business with parties
llvlog out toward the mountaine and
after traveling as far as he oould In the
buokboard, unbitohad his horses and
with his son continued tha journey on
horsebeok. Colonel Fountain le one
of New Mexloo’s most highly esteemed
oitlzens and ta a lawyer of aoknowledg
At tha Play Liit Night.
The Hennessy Leroyle oompany
opened a week’s engagement at Myar
Opera House last night, presenting for
an initial bill the curtain raiser
“Drifted Apart” and “By Wits Out
wltted.” A large audience greeted the
company. The audience attested their
appreciation of the performance by
frequent and hearty applause.
The two-character etory "Drifted
Apart” Is a soulful bit of pathos, In
which the high strong wife of a titled
Englishman brings her Imperious lord
and master to book and senses by the
Inadvertent Introduction of a pair of
baby shoes, the footgear of a departed
heir. The story is prettily told and ap
peered to oatoh the emotions of the
“By Wits Outwitted,” a lively
oomedletta In three Bhort acts, may or
may not be a piracy, bnt there Is a
strange affinity between Mr. Tonne's
creation and a skit which oost the late
Charles Dlokson 910,000. Dickson
essayed a rather heavy prodnctloo,
oarrying no less than forty In the caste.
Chicago, Feb. 3—The wheat market
monopolized most of the attention of
the traders today, and trading was
heavy. St. Louis furnished one of tha
sensations of the day ajurnp of 3 cents
In as many minute*. The feeling here
was generally bullish and May wheat
closed 1)a0 higher than Saturday’s
dose. Corn, oats and provisions ware
all easier, bnt made very slight changes
In value. May dosings: Wheat, 083ac;
corn, 30Jjjo; oats, 21%o.
Prohibit* Horae Racing.
Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 3-The Gra-
ziana bill, which prohibits pool selling
In Kentnoky and hBS been regarded as
a diath knell to horse races In the
s'a^e, passed tha honsa today by a vote
of 73 to 13.
STABBED IN THE BACK.
Cod Herrington'* Cowardly Attempt on the
Life of Kd. AH*.
Between 6 and 7 o’olook last evening
Con Harrington seriously stabbed Ed.
Alls In the Palaoe saloon. Harrington
wbb drinking and in a fighting humor.
Ha entered the Palaoe saloon, where a
number of railroad men were drinking
and ploklng up a small man threw him
away from the bar and when remon-
strated with Harrington, who la a pow
erful fellow, said: "1 am looking for
some of these--fighters.” At the
same moment he flashed out a violons
locking knife and reaohing over tha
shoulder of Walter Earhart, who was
standing at the bar, plunged the blade
Into Ed Alls’ beck. Alls was talkiog
to soma friends and tha assault on him
was unprovoked. After making tha
murderous thrust Harrington rushed
out the back door pursued by several
railroad msD, whom the would be
murderer eluded, but later he was
found In a room on Utah street by
Capt. Frank Carr, of tha night force,
and landed In jail. Bnt before going
after Harrington, Oarr took Alts to Dr.
White’s office to have his wound dress-
ed. The b'ade of the knife entered
just under the left shonlder blade in-
flicting snob a serious wound that Dr.
White deemed It beet not to probe It
on aooonnt of Its close proximity to the
Harrington Is an old railroad fire
man, bnt has not been working for
some time, and Alls is; also a rail
road flraman without employment.
Abont an hoar Bfter the stabbing a
man named Cofee who bad entered the
saloon with Harrington, returned to
the Palace and started^ln to clean _ont
the plaoe. He landed In jail.
The police say that both Harrington
and Oofee are tongh oheraoters and the
latter will no doubt be ordered out of
towD, while Harrington will be bound
ov*r to the grand jary on the charge of
assault wltn Intent to oommlt murder.
Rata for tbe U. A. R.
Chicago, Feb. 3—Chairman Cald-
well, of tha Weetern Passenger assoota
ttoo, received the application of tha
Great Western to make a thirty day
limit on tlokets for theG. A. R en
oampment at St. Paul. The road will
now give formal notice of Its Intent nn
to put tickets on tbe market.
A meeting of lines Inters ted In
Colorado business was held today at
the office of Chairman Caldwell, the
Denver and Rio Grande belDg repre
seated. The meeting was Informal in
nature, and the old difficulty over
Utah business, which made so muoh
trouble for tbe roads, was dlsoussad.
The beet feeltog prevailed and the
ohanoes are now that the trouble will
soon be patobed np.
REAL ESTATE,^EMPLOYMENT MR
House*, lot*, farm*, hacienda* In Mexico;
lodging homes, r«*tauraut« and good paying
businesses at a bargain.
$3.50)—Six room brick house, oellar and bath
room, sewer connection* and a three room
frame house on the ume lot; tree* flower*
nnd shrubbery. A bargain,
$10,00J)-Brick home of eighteen rooms,
comprising one whole block upon which im-
provements are built and commands the moat
beautiful view of the city.
$1,900—Two story brick house of six room*
and cellar, etc,
$t,000—Fire room brick house and an adobe
house of four room*—bull* on tbra-
lots, being a corner of two principal streets of
$l,800.00»Four Room Brick House, with
bath, pantry, eloset* and sewer connection*
COFFEE PLANTATIONS AND LAND,
adapted to general cultivation of wheat, ooru,
coffee, miff a r caue, cotton, tobacco, ramie
rloe, rubber, bananas, tropical fruits and cat-
£« rohring-ln tract* from 105* acre* up to
225,000, at reasonable price*.
FARMS--Down the valley. Very Cheap.
Furnished or unfurnlthed room*, home*
and bnuiuuHi blocks*
Bargains in olty lots.
MONEY TO LOAN.
General Information about Mexloo given.
V. L. SANCHEZ,
Oregon St., near Poatofflce,
The Wabuh Railroad.
Will pass free, between all points on
its system, Inolusive of Kansas Olty,
St. Lauls, Chioago, Toledo, New York,
Boston and Olrolnnatl, from and after
Dsoember 1st, 1895, npon presentation
of properly stamped ticket purchased
at any tloket offloe in Colorado, Wy-
oming, Utah or New Mexloo.
O. M. Hampson,
1035, 17th street, Denver, Colorado,
Excursion Rate* to New Orleans on Account
of the Mardl Gras* February 18, ’DO,
Aooonnt of the Mardl Gras, New
Orleans, February 18, 1890, the Texas
and Paolflo, “El Paso Route," will sell
you round trip tlokets on February
15th, 16th and 17th, final limit for re-
turn Maroh 2ad, at one first olase fare
for the round-trip, 933 30, El Paso to
New Orleans without change. Sleep-
ing oar reservations oan be made in ad-
vanoe by calling on or addressing,
E. D. Phillips, B. F. Dabbyshire,
Depot Agent. General Agent.
Only 11c Per lb.
Fine line of Evaporated Fruits
Call and examine them.
209 EL PASO STREET.
Carry a full line of fancy and
staple groceries, which will be
sold for the lowest cash pr’ce
. and for CASH ONLY. Fresh
bread and cakes always on
FRED. WIDMANN, Manager.
For 25 Cts.
Star Grocer Company.
217 San Antonio 8t.
CTOR SALK—"Furnlihed room for rent
* and "Hoorn* for rent" card* for sale i
Tims office, 25 oenta each.
DOB SALK—Blotting paper at tha Tlmi
DOB BALK—Babbit metal at tha Tim]
nrrANTBD- Limited number of day boarder:
v* Home fare. Dripped Coffee, :)17 Myrtl
•t.. near ( eutrul school.
’OF RENT—Room* and board oheap. Mi
T. White, 111 Utah st- German cookin
RIO GRANDB PHAHMACT
STAFFORD CAMPBBLL, Ph. G., Prop.
Try Campbell’* Floral Cream
For chapped hand* and face.
Looated corner El l’aso and San Franolsoo at*.
Architect and Supervisor.
C. C. BBOWN.
GOLD CBOWN AND
18 A 20 Sheldon Block,
El Paso, Tex.
INDEPENDENT ASSAY OFFICE.
Beckhart A Heekolman.
Agents for or* shippers. Office and Labora-
tory cor. San Francisco and Chihuahua Sts.
P. O. Box 88,1fPaso, Tex.
THAT WE ARE IN THE SWIM
ON AND AFTER
And our prices will be
reduced to that basis.
Come in and buy the
in the market for the
lowest possible price.
We will meet all adver-
tised prices and may go
go ’em one better . . ,
Chas. F. Slack & Co
Cor. K1 P o and San Francisco Sts.
PURE HYQEIA ICE.
Made front distilled water. Telephone
i. El Faso Ice A Refrigerator Oo
That you can save money and
get only first-class goods for
“Cash” at our store, 316 San
Antonio street. Some of the
special brands are:
HONEY DEW, HAMILTON
■ AND WHITE HOUSE.
All grown and put up in the
garden spot of the world,
where fruits and vegetables
grow to perfection.
Don’t pay any attention to
advertised price s—they are
only bait. We can go them
one better, and give CASH
reductions along the Whole
Mueller & Kachler
At 316 San Antonio St.
A. M. LOOMIS, |
Real Estate 9
220 BAN ANTONIO ST.
Dr. B. Alexander’s
THE PURE JUICE OF THE GRAPE.
Address R. F. JOHNSON & Co., Sol#
Agents, El Paso, Taxes, for prlota in
bnlk or oasa.
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El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. SIXTEENTH YEAR, No. 30, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 4, 1896, newspaper, February 4, 1896; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth540889/m1/3/: accessed April 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.