El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. SIXTEENTH YEAR, No. 17, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 19, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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JCi Paw Daily Timas, Sunday, January 19, 1896.
W. e. WALZ CO.
Long ago discovered, and they
know where to obtain all that
is beautiful, rare or novel in the
MEXICAN ART WORK AND
Our claim as original discover-
ers in this line has never been
The immense quantities and
various patterns and designs of
MEXICAN DRAWN WORK
now to be found in our Juarez,
Mexico, and El Paso, Texas,
stores will convince the most
skeptical. New goods arriving
W. G. WALZ CO.
THB REFEREE NAMED.
AND GEORGE SILER HAS ACCEPTED
▲II Hind. 8.IUI1U- JWll'i •*
Hoaitoe, rinol Stake BoW*»—»«»• *»*•»
Exhibition Lest N ght-OeU»I*g Wtcm
Far Away Hoadora*.
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 \2\ CTS. A POUND.
Large, clean, clear, bright fruit.
Evaporated Apricots, Peeled
Peaches, ... Prunes, Cherries,
Pears, etc., etc.
COR. SAN ANTONtt) AND STANTON STS.
TELEPflOKE NO. 8.
O’BRIEN GOAL Go.i
Near eor. Second and Santa Fe Sta.
1,1 EN of
Easy to Buy,
Easy to Bide.
119 I to Frtagliflu Street
THOMAS A. DWYER, JR., :
Commission Merchant i;
RECEIVING AND FORWARDING !!
STATE OF CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO. \ \
Buy. and eella native and forelyn pro- *1
duetaon commission, and receive*and*1
dispatches freight* by rail, express and 11
Direct from the mines.
Carry an extensive stock. Special bar
tains to dealers.
SONOMA NEWS COMPANY,
Mexican Central Hallway Depot,
Offloe hoars 9 to 12 a.m. 3:30 to 6:30 p.a
A rsfsrseforth# Fitz,!mmon« Maher
tight has been agreed upon end Dsn
Stuart is happy. John J. Quinn,
manager for Pater Maher, arrived oo
the 11:40 train yesterday morniug from
Las i ruoes and went from the depot
direot to the Gem saloon, where
Martin Julian, Bob Fitzsimmons and
Dan Smart were awaiting him. The
quartette, followed by a number of re-
porters, passed through to a private
room adjoining Everhart’s training
quarters. Den Btuart requested the
newspaper men to remain outside a
few minutes while he bad a private
jawing match with the two managers.
The talk was not of long duration,
though It appeared lengthy to the
watting reporters, who oould occasion-
ally hear Fliz’ votoe agreeing to somi-
thlng. Then Dan Stuart walked out,
hie oherublo oountenanoe wearing a
happy smile, and said:
"Boys, here is the whole business. It
has been settled. George Siler of the
Obloago Tribune will be the referee
and James Lawlorof Houston the floal
stake holder. They were not long de-
oldlng the matter. Jnllan and Quinn
each wrote eight names on a oard with
the agreement that the referee should
be eeleotcd from tbe sixteen names
thus submitted. Both of them named
Siler, consequently he was agreed upon
as the referee ”
The nemee on the two oards were as
On Julian’s—John Duffy of New Or-
leans, L u Houseman of the Ohloago
Inter-Ooean, George Slier of the Ohl
oago Tribune, Hugh P. Kane of Dallas,
Yank Sullivan of Syraouse, New York,
Wm Green of St. Lonle, Jake KtlralD,
of BslMmore, Al Smith of Denver.
On Quinn’s oard—Sam Anstln, of ihs
New York Polios Gazette. Howard
Haokett of the New York World, Bat
Masterson of Denver, George Siler,
Stephen Homstt of Pittsburg, Tim
Hurst of N«w York, J D. Sullivan and
Jerry Dunn, of New York.
James Lawler of Houston, was agreed
on as a flial stakeholder.
Both Quinn and Julian expressed
themselves as highly pleased with their
choice for referee. They sey that
Slier thoroughly understands the
business and le a man of at question
able Integrity and an all aronnd manly
sport. Last night Mr. Quinn received
a telegram from Slier ex presale g his
thanks for the honor conferred on him
and stating that ha would referee 'he
big battle Impartially.
A number of Las Oraoes people
oeme down with tbe Maher par'y yet
'erday to witness the exhibition by tbe
Maber oombioa'lon at the opera heute
last nlgbt. A number of ladles,
visitors to tbe otty, attended the enter
talnment and enjoyed It thoronghly.
After a oouple of preliminary bouts
between looal kids, Mr. Murray of La6
Oraoes, as master of oeremoules, an-
nounced a three-round glove oontes
between Marshall, tbe negro who ie
booked to knook out Dixon, end Fred
Ros6ot Colorado. The andlenoe so
oorded tbe oolored boy who fought
Dixon to a draw an ovation when he
made his appearanoe on the stage. He
Is olever with bis flats and showed np
strong. The seoond event wae a friend
ly boat Detween Billy Smith of El
Peso and Peter Barns, Maher’s olever
trainer. Billy Smith has made him-
self popular In El Paso by bis modest
and gentlemanly deportment and tbe
orowd ohetred him every time he made
a olever play. Smith and Burns make
a good team, though the latter appears
to be muoh quicker on his feet. An
Interesting bout between Lowrey and
Jaok Quinn followed and then came
the finale—a three round go between
Peter Maher and Peter Bnros, When
Maber made ble appearanoe dressed In
green tights, emblematio of the Emer
aid Isle, he was greeted with a storm of
applause Maher has a magntfloent
figure and muscles stand oat like
oorde all over him Hie arm would do
for a model. He looks every lnoh as
large as (Jorbett and is remarkably
qulok on his feet. Fitzsimmons was
In tbe andlenoe and he no donbt felt a
thrill of admiration for the magnificent
form of hie formidable rival.
Maher and party will return to Les
Oraoes this morning.
It wae reported on the streets yester
day that any person who attempted to
give ah exhibition of boxing at the
opera house last night would be ar-
rested for violating the new law. But
as suoh exhibitions are being given all
over tbe state no attention was paid to
tbe report, and no arrests were made
Yesterday Dan Stuart reoelved a
letter from parties In Honduras who
are oomlng to tbe flstlo carnival and
wanted eeate reserved for them.
Martin Jnllan has reoelved and plaoed
on sale In tbeolty a handsomely print
ed and II lastrated history of Bob Fltz
simmona’ life. It Is a complete and
well written biography of tbe Austra
Han, with a graphlo account of all hit
Bright Eyes will arrive from Dalles
this morning and no doubt will be me'
at t he depot by a large number of
AFTER THE PRIZE FIGHT.
A little led oltmbed an old man’s knee,
Btgged for a story, do Unole please,
Tell of El Paso, that wondrous town,
With its adobe buildings,
They’re world renowners.
Soon the great prize fight
Will be at Its height
Prices of all things will go out of
They’ll oharge for everything but
Ob! whet» difference after the fight.
Yon’U find seats In the plaza
To ait down.
They’ll oharga tan dollars
For one eight,
That le the way they treat yon
Over at tha fight.
Ob, what a ptonlo
That fight will be;
What wonderons people
At It we’ll see.
Spaniards from Mexioo,
Gentlemen from Cork,
GermsDS from Penraylverle,
Irishmen from New York.
Things will be lovely
Money will be light,
Ob! whet a difference,
After the fight.
Aftsr the fight ie over,
After tbe fight le done.
Whet will the people of El Peso do
With their famished rooms?
Hack fare will still be e quarter,
Mr. Campbell will still be mayor,
That will be some consolation
After the fight.
—Ethel Goodwin (a pupil of the
Won tbe belt. Bestolgar on record.
For sale only at No. 35, Main St.,
aoro68 tbe river. Watohthe number.
Meals 25o at the Klngsbery. Reduc-
ed rates for families.
An Informal bop will be given at the
post hall at Fort Bites on the 21st.
All wae quiet around the oonrt
house yesterday. Neither oonrt was In
Tbe Juarez authorities will not al-
low the bull fights today on aooonnt of
some trouble laetSunday.
Jaok Everhart and trainer will pUy
ball with El Paso tomorrow against
Fort Bliss. Come one, oome all.
Bob Fitzelmmone visited Noake’a
blacksmith shop yesterday afternoon
and made a number of horse shoee.
D D. MoOarthy has been appointed
executor of tbe estete of the late W. J
Glenn, and hie bond fixed at 620,000.
Mlts Alice, the thirteen year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kie,
died laet nlgbt at 10 o’olook and will be
baried this afternoon.
El Paso kids have oontraoted the
sweater oraze slnoe the arrival of the
pugilists. To be sporty and look
tough it la proper to wear a sweater
The telegraph wires north of Ei Paso
were In bad shape last night and the
the Tihes experienced considerable
difficulty in getting Its telegraphic
Tbe following messages remain un-
delivered at the Western Union offloe:
W. W. Jones, W. P. Brown, Koss
Bryan, Geo. 8. Ilger, J. W. Brown and
A letter to a well known sporting
man of this olty says tbe big fight Is
ooming off at cr near El Paso and with
oat the possibility of a donbt. The
letter also says that Billy Smith Is
matohed against an “unknown’’ for
61,500 a side.—Two Republics.
Zuoke man & Kleiumau/the popular
Juarez dealer In Vera Cruz and Ha-
vana olgars, are having a great run on
their new brand, the ’ Fitzsimmons’
Favorite.’’ It Is a fine smoker, made
out of the very beet Cuban goods. So
when you visit Juarez oall on Zuoker-
man & Klelnmsn at 35 Main street and
'ry one of their fragrant “Fitzsimmons’
Favorites.” It Is a delightful smoke.
Remember tbe number—35.
OLD EL PASO RESIDENTS.
▲ Keeler of ▲all-BslIxm Days by Caps.
iv. w. ■nil.
“If yon think," said Oapt. W. W.
Mills to a Times man yesterday, “that
a roster of the anta-beUnm residents
of El Paao would be of Interest to yonr
readers I oan supply you with one,”
Ills handed tha report
After tbe fight la over
Jast watch the rents oome down,
When all the eporte and hayseeds,
Have (kipped away from town.
Many a men will be broke,
People will keep out of eight,
Juarez will be dead and burled,
After tbe fight.
When yon go there,
Take your own lanob,
.For yon can’t efford.
To boy things to monoh,
Frijolee ooet one dollar,
Chill oon oarne ooet* two.
They’ve got yon In tbeee,
What will yon do;
If yon get tired walking aronnd
Editor Kelly of the LasOruoes Dem-
ocrat, Is in the otty.
Royal Jaokman of Anthony, New
Mexioo, Is In the olty.
G. W. Whitehead, speolal agent of
the treasury, went to Yuma yesterday.
Prof. O. T. Hagerty of the Lae
Oraoes oollege, was In the olty last
Max Sohntz, Editor Papta and James
Murray oarne In from Lib Oraoes with
tbe Maber party.
Mrs. Wessells, widow of the late
Captain Wessells, arrived la the olty
yesterday and had her husband's re-
mains burled at Fort Bliss.
Col. Don. H. Kedzle, of the Lorda-
burg Liberal, Is In the otty to train for
a “g j” with Editor Kelly of Las Oru
oes. Colonel Kedzle le a mixed weight
fighter and oan play two olasses.
Mr. J. J. Maloney of the Sen Carlos
ooal mines, left for home laet night
over tha G. H. & S. A., after a few
days visit in the olty. Before leaving
hepnrohaseda fine ranch near Ysleta
from Offloer John Dennlston.
The Two Republlos of the City of
Mexioo says: “Prof. Jas. F. Uarroll
will depart this morning for Ei Paso,
Texas,where he ls to assist Peter Maher
in the training labors to meet Bob
Fitzsimmons daring the approaohlng
match. Jimmy will be aooompauled
by his eon Charles Carroll and daring
bis stay on tbe frontier will organize
en exourelon to Mexioo over tbe Cen-
tral for which he has already oomplet-
ed satisfactory arrangements.”
Tbs El Peso Cadets.
At the High Sohool yesterday morn-
ing, when Sergeant Kaoblett ordered
the El Paso cadets tn“fall in,"Superin-
tendent Putnam of the publto schools
appeared before the gallant little oom-
pany and read to them erder No. I, j degree and ble"acting"superb"
whloh oon’ained the xnnonnosment of; Thta Dorrs, the mezzo soprano prlma
his appoint ment of offloere of the oom donna, Is a obarmiog woman and a
wkli. ... D , , . stalling artist. A consummate aotrese
Alwerd1 White, ozptelo; Randolph 6be lends a peoullar obarm to whatever
Terry, first lieutenant; Edger D. Few- 8he undertakes. Her Carmen Is some
el, seoond lieutenant; Carlton Gaither, j thing remarkable. Mile. Litohter le a
flrbt sergeant; U)1 mgs, seoond young soprano, whose work Oas been
sergsau'; Herb rt Cole, third eer-; m0re than favorably commented on by
geent; John Dulaney, fourth sergeant; | oritloa. Her great sboosss In New York
Harry Goodman, fifth sergeant; Ar j may be remembered.
and Captain M!
er the following:
List of American residents of El
Paso in I860 and ’60:
J F. Crosby, than dtstriot judge, a
confederate; now In El Peso.
Simeon Hart, mill owner end oon -
traotor, oonfederate; now deed.
Henry J. Ounlffe, merchant end
anion men, now of Lee Oraoes.
H. S. Glllett, merchant, confeder-
ate, lives la New Mexioo.
J. S Gtlle’t, merotuat end oonfed-
erate; lives In Texes.
Col. Phil Herbert, lawyer, oonfeder
ate; killed la the war.
Col. James Magoffin, oontraotor,
Joseph Magoffin, oonfederate, served
In the war, now lives In El Paso.
Sam Magoffin, oonfederate, killed In
Anson Mills, engineer, anion, now
oolonel la the U. S A.
W. W. Mills, olerk, anion man and
served In the war; now lives In El Paso.
Emmett Mills, olerk, union; killed in
Indian fight in 1861.
Semnel Kohutz, merchant and union
man; now In El Paso.
Joseph Sohu'z, merohant, union;
died In 1895.
Captain Henry Sklllman, frontiers-
man, oonfederate; killed In the wer.
Brad Dally, anion eooat and spy;
Col. Hugh Stephenson, silver miner,
Vlnoente St. Vraln, merohant, anion,
A. B. O'Banuon, oolleotor customs,
Wm. Morton, district attorney, oon-
Henry U. Cook, lawyer, oonfederate;
B. S. Dowell, postmaster, oonfeder-
NimDowell, union; killed by oon
federates In Texas.
Fred Peioy, English gentleman, con-
Rnfus Doans, county surveyor; dead
Emello Deuoheane,m>reheat, union;
died In 1895..
Rues Howard, lawyer, oonfederate,
now In San Antonio.
A. B. Bohman merohant, dtad.
R L R berteon, agent Overland
Mall Co., union; dead.
Dr. Nangle, agent San Antonio mall
James Buohounder, merohant in
Ohas. Richardson, oonfederate; lives
D. R. Dlffendotffer, merohant in
F. R. Dlffendortfer, merohant In
Unole Billy Smith, patriaroh of the
G. W. Glllook, juitloe of the peace
and hotel keeper; dead.
J. E. Terry, with the BtageoompaDy;
lives In El Paso.
Wm. Olaade Jones, lawyer, oonfe-
Charles Mussloh, merohant; lives iu
Andrew Homlok, now In El Paso.
There were abont a dozen army
offloere at old Fort Bliss, or East El
The Mexioan citizens then most pro-
minent in Paso del Norte, (Jaarez)
were the venerable Remon Ortiz, then
as now the highly respected ourate,
Dr. Mariano Samantego, Ynooente
Ochoa, Jose M. Florez, still in Jaarez;
Juan N. Zublran, oolleotor of Customs,
dead; and Jose M. Uranga, prefsot;
No doubt from the number of oow-
boys and riders from all over tbe state
stating their wllllugaess to compete
for the ohBmptonshlp of the state, at
the cowboy’s oarnlval February lOtb,
It Is assured a very Interesting pro-
gram will be rendered. Parties de-
siring to oompete mast enter on or
before February 5’h. Send entries to
Lew Gasser, City Hall, El Paso, Texas.
A Grand Attraction.
The Tavary Grand Opera oompany Is
onoe more due, and it la only fair to
state that without exception It is the
most oomplete musical organization
aver organized anywhere. The patrons
of the grand opera in this olty have a
treat In store for them whloh uufor
tuostely le comparatively rare. There
are many opera companies, but for
elaborateness of detail and oomplete
ness this one excels them all. Eaoh
production le as oomplete as though it
were belDg done for some epeolal great
oooaslon. The costumes are ae noh as
money oan obtain, and the singers
themselves, of oourse, the hlgheet paid
and most noted In the lyrio world. At
the head of them all ie Marie Tavary.
All Europe knew her before we did, and
her triumphs In Parle, London and St
Petersburg brought her fame and
fortune before she oarne to Amerloa.
Her repertoire is endless and her rloh
gifts, vooal and histrionic,ars seen end
heard at their best now, surrounded as
she is by admirable artists. Tbe great
tenor, Chevalier Albert L GaUle heads
the list of men singers. The king of
Portugal kulghtad him at the Royal
opera house In Lisbon, and hla great
suooeas io London at Oovent Garden
and In Paris has not spoiled him. His
votoe le sympathetlo to a remarkable
tbnr Kerr, first oorporal; Harry Sobotz,
seoond oorporal; Ernest Hughes, third
oorporal; Albert Wiloox, fourth oor-
Tb« oadete organized a short time be
fore Christmas and Oolonel Parker of
Fort Biles, who takes e fatherly Inter-
est in the boys, kindly consented to
allow Sergeant Kaoblett, the most
thorough drill master at tha fort, to
drill tbe boys, and under hla kind and
exoellent training they are making
rapid progress In the mennelardln
field manoeuverlng, Tbe oadete ere
expecting their nobby new nnlformt
and as soon a* they arrive tha boys
will make their appearanoe on tbe
Helen Stamen, Dressmaker, Rooms
1 and 2, Mnndy blook. *
tay be remembered. Yontb, beauty
id talent ere ell hera. Mme. Bella
Tomlloaon, the leading oootralto, has
e greet European reputation. Sofia
Rrmanl and Sazanne Ryans are artists
possessed of beautiful voloes end greet
hlatrioolo talent. Peyne Olerk, tbe
favorite tenor robosto, Is with the oom
peny, doing admirable work. Max
Engene, the great English baritone,
make* hla Amerioan debut thla year.
For years he was with tha Carl Rose
oompany. Slg. Abramoff, the finest of
beaaoa, Wm. Sohuater, a capital artist,
and Wm. Stephans, who possesses a
wonderfully awaet volos, ere among
others who go to make up thla remark-
Aak for tbe EL PASO TRANSFER,
the beat five oant CIGAR In the mar
Their N*w Otttoen.
The following list of the new nffloera
of Gate City Assembly No. 3041 Knights
of Labor waa handed In yesterday for
publication In the Times:
John Sorenson, M W; J. W.Whlt-
•a. f-i A. Solky, P. M W.; R J.
Baker, R iS.; J. B. Badger. F. S;
Frank Del Bneno, W. T.; John Hln'z.
A.; Frank Del Bueno. J.; J B Badger,
if* ,4"'» 4; Solky, O. of 0.; M. J. Camp-
Kt1*’. Weldenbeok, L E ;
Charles Weber, W. I.
Executive Board—John Sorenson,
Pfi?k 0,1 B?,no» J «. Badger.
r.Trw££-J- W- J- »• Morgan,
G. L. Hitt.
Knight* ot Pythias.
All Knights of Pythias are invl'ed to
attend memorial servloea at Cattle
Hell of Bliss Lodge No. 221 Sunday
January 19th, at 3 p. m. In memory of
our late Brother O. F. Leek.
J. J. Armstbonq, O. F. Slack.
K. of R. S.
NEW FRESH GOODS
Cleaned currants, 1 lb. pkg.........lOo
Beat London lever raisins____I5o per lb
Loose Muscatel raisins____12Wo “
Pitted oherriee..............20o “
Best 5o figs...................25c “
Beat citron...................30o ”
Bast lemon and oraDge peel. .30o “
2 quarts fine cranberries, 25o.
Beat English walnuts.......15c per lb.
Beet Brazil note............15o “
Beat filberts..................15o “
Beat shelled almonds........,40j “
10 lb pall pure leaf lard...........OOo
10 lb pall spsolel kettle rend lard____61
6 bars White Star Soap..........25o
Beat N. 0 syrup, 75o par gallon.
2 lb oan White Hones M. & J. ooffee, 80o
5 gallons ooal oil, 90o.
Sweet older, 40o per gallon.
Finest breakfast baoon, llo per lb.
Just reoelved, a fall line Christmas
cakes and caudles.
Star Grocer Company
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. El Paso and San Frauolsoo St*.
REAL ESTATE, EMPLOYMENT AMD
O tf 'G Broker.
A GOOD paying buiinex. Splendid chance
for small investment to make money.
lodging home of fourteen room*. Cen-
trally located. A bargain.
WO (KIO-A Plantation of 3.192 acre* of land
with a water fall in the middle of the tract,
cattle* 8lab 6,1 corral“- wgarcaae fields and
*I°£?.rBrick h°u»« of eighteen rooms,
comprising one whole block upon which im-
II.,900-Two story brick house of six room*
ana cellar, etc,
$4,000—Five rocm brick home and an adobe
house of four room*-built on three
the'city* * corn*r of lwo Phelps! streets of
$1,800.00—Four Room Brick House, with
F>ry cheap*' Bnd *ewer connection*.
COFFEE PLANTATIONS AND LAND,
adapted to general cultivation of wheat, corn,
coffee, sugar cane, cotton, tobacco, ramie,
rloe, rubber banana*, tropical fruit* end cat-
,U** £? Hln.sr"‘ln fr?“ W* acres up to
225,009, at reasonable prices
FARMS-Down the valley. Very Cheap.
and,ha1*n^,Ck*nfur,,Ub,>d roon"' ho”,fs
Rargaius In olty lots
MONEY TO LOAN.
General Information about Mexico given.
V. L. SANCHEZ,
Oregon St., near Postoffioe,
DIOR SALE-Strong thoroughbred leghorn
* roosters for ta!e cheap, ilu9 Magoffin ave
FOK .HALE —“Furnished room for rent'
nJftJSSR&SSu* 0‘rd*,or,ale “
POH^ALB—Blotting paper at tha Timet
§*°®a(8ALR—Babbit metal at the Timms
WANTED-An experienced clothing and
genta furnishing salesman with refer
enoes. Address ‘ Salesman, Times office,
IpOK RENT Famished rooms, liOB Mesa ave-
RIO GRANDE PHARMACY
STAFFORD CAMPBELL, Ph. G„ Prop.
Try Campbell's Floral Cream
For chapped hands and face.
Located oorner El Paso and San Franolaoo Sts.
Arohlteot and Supervisor.
THAT WE ARE IN THE SWIM
That you can save money and
get only first-class goods for
“Casli” at our store, 316 San
Aritonio street. Some of the
special brands are:
HONEY HEW, HAMILTON
AND WHITE HOUSE.
All grown and put up in the
garden spot of the world,
where fruits a n d vegetables
grow to perfection.
Don’t pay any attention to
advertised prices—they are
only bait. We can go them
one better, and give CANH
reductions along the Whole
Mueller & Kachler
At 316 San Antonio St.
c. c. BROWN-
GOLD CROWN AND
’ 18 A 30 Sheldon Block,
El Paso, Tex.
INDEPENDENT ASSAY OFFICE.
Reckhart A Hcokalman.
Agent* for or* shippers, Offie* and Labora-
tory cor. San Francisco and Chihuahua Sta.
P. O. Box 88 El Paso, Tex.
Oysters on t he Half Shell.
BILLIARDS AN D POOL
EL PASO, TEXAS.
Nolle* to Freighters.
1,000 teams wanted to haul ooke from
Fort Thomas to the town of Globe, A.
T., and oopper beck from Globe to Fort
Thomas. Glia Valley, Globe A North-
era Railway Oo.,
By Wm Garland. President.
Address, Bowls, A. T.
Come, let us Reason
And will convince you by reference of prom
Incut people In El Paso that
la curing* ami by a New Method. Chronic
DiaeaHes which has puzzled Home of the moat
eminent physician* of the 19th century.
—Mr _ and EXTERNAL To Cure
any of them without any detention from
business and does not use the Knife or Lig-
ature and is a perfectly painless treatment.
*lt*tula and Ulcerated bowels positive-
PRIVATE DISEASES ffrsSSSTJXil:
hwod, in young and middle aged men, re-
stored. Unnatural UiachargeH, Gon-
orrhoea, Gleet, Stricture, Syphilis. Old Ul-
cers, Blood and Skin Diseases. Wh.v go away
or send off for treatment when you can be
cured at home?
rmilEY AklD Uainful or difficult miotu
IMUnCI Hnu ration, milky or hrlokdust
attended to before it goes into lome horri -
ble malady, rucIi as HrTghta Disease, etc.
UTERINE DISEASES JS5SSMSS
the Womb, Exeesa Menses, Ulceration, Un-
natural JUtHcharges, and many other
troubles peculiar to woman. If unable to
come to office «m prepared to give treat-
ment by mail. Write for particular* and
syrnotemblank*. Lady assistant at offioe.
fiATADDU Throat and Hronchal
UnlAnnfl Trouble treaud by the In-
halation Method,In which the medicine
come* in actual contact with diseased parts.
Paqnln's Anti-Tubercle Scrum,
the latest treatment for loasumpllon.
Consultation and Examination
UfQITC tor symptom blanks if out of city.
nnilC Can treat by mall with good results.
When other* fall, try
Room* 11,17 and 20, Mundy Building.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
A. M. LOOMIS,
229 HAN ANTONIO ST.
PURE HYGEIA ICE.
itfoda from distilled water. Telephone
Paso Ioe A Refrigerator Oo
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El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. SIXTEENTH YEAR, No. 17, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 19, 1896, newspaper, January 19, 1896; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth540970/m1/3/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.