El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 303, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 22, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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11*11* apaolal; Mr* Bill* V*lv*rton
BIUm, Wife of J. W. Blih, chairmen
•f Ihi Htata O»moor*tlo executive
mUIM**! dtod this morning from the
• tfaote of o paralytic ttroka laat Jan-
n«f. Mr. Blok* gave op politicalam-
bition that bo m'ght partoually attand
Houston sp*oltl 8ol Biel wa* to-
day plaoad on trial (or th* mordar of
Wotoot Hugh#*, wbo war killed March
laat ok Frank Dann’a raatdanoa by
Drtaotlraa BllUon and Proctor. Attar
tha examination of ona or two wltnau-
artlu trial judge ioatraotad a vardlot
of Mt guilty, which wa* accordingly
A Lei ling papar *ayt that a dlsaaa*
raaombllng glandular dlctampar ha*
brkfemi oat among tha Bna dog* of
that aootion and **r*ral mourn tha
loan of ralaabla animal*. Nothing
atlMM to rail*** tham. Tha ay a* ba
ooaao bloodshot, thay ataggar around
for no hour and dla.
At Dublin Saturday avanlng Con-
mortgtg* bands, lot tha Improvement
of It* property. A nan hsadtng will ba
oonatraotad and tha oanat will ba an-
largad. Tha bonda have bean seoared
by a trait dead Ittutd to the Farmer*'
Loan and Trust oampany oil Obtosgo."
Tha Yuma Water and L'ght eompiny
thl* weak bagao ptoklng oraog«»
and lemon* an tha Yuma Height* frnlt
farm. Tha orange* are y 1*1 ling fair
ly wall, averaging a box to tha tree.
Tha fruit I* wall developed and 1* be-
ing shipped to various part* of tb*
United State* a* and advertise-
ment of tha r**ouroa* of Yuma ooun-
ty. It I* also sold in th* local mar-
Dr. Hughes, of Phoenix, has b**n
arretted for libelling Ujv, MoCurd.
Dr. Hughe* I* a pleasant mtnn*r*d
gantltman and a* a pbyslolau I* said to
ba quite popular In hit horn*, bat bs
will dad plll-mlilog more prod able
than mtaodarlng down tha stream of
orooksd journalism. Tb* dootor I* not
th* drst man In Arizona who audsr
It I* undoubted • took t0 work off his avenging blla and
I got Into trouble.—Citizen.
Arthur Eokhardt, a braktman on the
■table John Adams was killed by Tom Mass Llosl train of tha Marloopa <t
Wright. Two ohargts of buokshot Phoenix railway, was killed Sa’urday
antorad his head at olos* quarters, night by being ground under the
tearing It almost from th* body. Usd wheel* of the oar at Tempe He was
foaling had existed for som* tlm*. standing on a box oar at the end of a
Adam* was not awara of Wright’* backlog train and fell to the traok
presence and wa* halplog a boy from Thro* oars passed over him, th* b*ad
HEARD ON THE STREET.
fid L1QU sod Wm. Daisy, owners of
tha Carolina group of mine* near Ah-
mud*, bar* jast raoslved returns from
two otrload* of or* sblppid to this !
nlty from their mines. Tblrty-cn*
tone of th* or* yielded 190 ounce* of !
silver p*r ton, and two tons of tbetr j
selsot or* gave 3,949 ounces per ton. i
Th* Abumsda mtniog dlstrlo; Is rap
Idly fllilng up with miners, and a
large number of claims ere being1
worked. Tner* are also a large num-!
ber of prospeotors la the district wbo i
wsre attracted there by th* solid pay
streak la th* Carolina mines.
Dr. Could, postmaster at Lt*V«g*», j
visited Ell Peso a* a delegate to the
Whit* Oaks railroad convention shoo* i
six years sgo, and be was In K. Paso
again yealerdey To a Times reporter
Dr. Gould eald that B Paso bad
grown wonderfully during tb* six ,
years. Us noticed a numbir of hand
some business blooks that he did rot
ss* ber* on his former visit. Dr.
Oonldthloks thin on* of tbs beudsoms
eat and most eotlv* olttss In the w*st
As s matter of faot there are very Dear
twlo* th* number of business bootee
Id £1 Peso today that there wsre bare
s'i years ago. and th* oily U growing
"I noticed In oris of the papers to-
day," said a well known clubman
ytrterday, "an item abont the Juarez
bull figh's, and it was statsd in tbs
Ittm that there were no American
girls over th* river last Holiday, mix-
ing with th* festive gamblers Hut
that reporter made a mis ake. 1 m»
* party of five pretty youjg girls from
The baking powder j
that does the most work
to the cent
OB. KING & GO.,
' ." A-,
" . m:A
v' • H ill
8pecial Doctort for Bpeoial Dueait.
reckon it up. 10FFI6ES: SraKSKWSdK'if.”-
bat you oin’t ••• yoaritlf, tod ITIC hood. In younr and. nUjdl#I W mop
the bee* of mlrror.V What w. 'ool
to be, wear*—In th* eye* of th* world rhqba.
Holmes seys: “The outward forms tb* I STRICTURE removed hy Electricity. Fo
m„n rIlV>.i"_and Holmes knew detea ion from bn.inett and positively paloieis.
Inner man reveal —ena uoime* enow cure in each cas.sccepted for
W* will make you a eult for from >30 treatment,
to $05. It will be stylish end floaty I young MEN suffering from Loesea,
mads. You mey see theeulttlng* *ny effects of early Inditoretion, accept this oppor-
**“* .......*------- 11 <w'1 m"nhn pmwii pkimabt, sbcondakt
DLUUU rUloUn or TERTIARY po.itlvely
mediately eurrendered. I Eokh.rt was 24 year, old and cam. to ‘T^b drinkers, ..motors and
Bay* a Gerrleon epaolal: A. y. M‘rlzoDa *onr r**r* *B° *rom *i**no1*' | slght-s.ers, and those innooent girls
Simpson leased th* B.at Texas ooal I Mm Kile Hedgemore, oonvloted *f
mio* from Ben Klam of Houaton and
orlme of aesault with Intent to
were rubbing up agalust orap shooters, |
drunken Mexicans and America?* and
white and blaok prosiltut s. It la all
will start a larga foroi of hand* at I MU', and sentenced to a term of three right for grown womeo, socompanled
work Monday, the 20ih. Mr. Simpson >•*$• In th* p*nit*ntlary, on Ontobar by their husband, or rell.bl* esoorts,
he. th. v.ry b.at of b.oklng. H. will 1. ^ Mar. wa, r.*t.rd.y pardoned such a
put maohlnery In In Ues tbau thirty bF tb* governor. Th* petition for h*r glrlB from i;i ta 17 yaar# of agi »
day*. Garrison ha* tha bast llgolt* In pardon pr***nted to the governor was
th* slat*, It has b**n t**t*d tlma I afguad by tha dlstrlot attorney whoj TheHioramentoOhlef says:—“Abiuf
and again and the deolslou wa* always 1 prosecuted th* oas*, by alevsn of the four w*sk< ago the (Jhlef published a
jury who tried th* oaae, and by sixteen I statem.nl to the effect bat a number
Mm* yon oar* to come In. It you don’t
like them, you’ll not be importuned to |
FINE! TAIL OKING
AND GHINTS' FURNISHING.
104 ■ l Fun Mtm«. Ml FM», Tmu.
DifllTIilR & a A U UlK,
IMP0RTER8 AND JOBBERS
Fine Groceries, Wines, Liquors
And Havftna and Mexican Cigan and C urettor.
CIUDAD .JUAREZ. MEXICO
of i he grand juror* who r*nd*r*d tb*
Y*al*rday Colonel Hlmlllo Kiatar-
I lltz.kl, of la G.ndermtrle Fiscal, and
| bis oommand, left Magdalena to gj
of ot'tle had been efolen from stock-
JLlve Htuok Market*.
Omaha, D«o. 21—Uafcfu—Receipts
1200; fjhtlve b«tf 3 00Q4 80 wuet-
*ru arbor* 3 50^1 2); JL«*48 Mturt
men loth* Raidoso^eeotlou and driven13 oo@3 r,0; o >w» «„d b.lfers 3 000
4 10; oanners 2 0003 00; stocssrH and
feeders 3 5004 40; oalvee 4 0006 00;
bulla, stag , » a, 2 0003 CO. luark.i
In tb* direction of El I’aso. Th* El
Paso Times copied our aitlol* at on
the itileu catde and tbenqutt-a oue
O Myles of that place as au tuorl y 6(s, dy.
An Austin special lays: "It was
given out hsrs today that a letter
had been reoelved from Congressmen
Hawley by an ax lieutenant of Ca-
nty's at Waco stating that Henry M.
Ferguson will be appointed collector
of Internal revenue at thts point end
that th* oblef deputyshtp under Fer-,----------. — —------- ... .....
gueoo wee tendered th* reolptent of over to the Fronteras country and oo- 7./w».°s»olsn om”f Lioo du o*‘a!"? ^St^Locis' Dso ^l-cTt'tle-R.oelpts
■aid letter. Mr. Ilewley also writes, operate tu the hunt for th* Black Jack sbou- Nov. 15 by W. G, Gatl If and ;}lioo; market a ea,y. Shipping and
ao tha report goes, that tha next col g»ng — Oasis. | brother and on* Bud Anderson; by Li,,„rC steers 4 25@5 25; light and
leotor of customs for Gelveeton will a telegram from Puebla says that ||emnrtr'utu« .“llJnfv l,hn»#<Jh* ?lrS.,f,'d “'■ll ba;oher 1,1
k... .k. . j,. I, j i r u , H C. Myles Yes, truly, but the 5 oo* sfookers and feeders 2 50®4 1U;
beer tb* name of Lee, and that the | Jose d* la Liz Moreno, the owner of U-e „ M.iloa Sanitary Bjard djes not 00Wg and heifer. 3 20@4 90; Texas end
that our a'atement wes untrue, no* |
| com ,s a clronlar Issued by tba N w
M-xIco H.ultary B laid and signed by |
J A 1,1 Rue ss secretary, g viog a de
Sheep — Kioelpta 1,8X1; market
steady. Fair to choice natives 3 G0@
4 CO; fa<r to choice westerners 3 3U®
4 20; common and stock sheep 3 00
next postmaster will bear that of Grif-
NEW SI EXICO NEWS
On Saturday only 11,000 waa lacking
of th* >40,000 (jailed for to build the
low line dltoh This money should be I (u vl,lt ,h# Ualt;d 8taUg t0 ln,rod'uo; | hiaTano'h
the Yaqul hydrophobia remedy, and
will get away from Hermoslllo about
| the tlrat of th* year.
A party of Germans from th* north
Isrnpart of th* Ujlted H:at*s are In
•ubeorlbed for at ones, the company
organised and active work begun on
th* dltoh.—Albuquerque Citizen.
Private advices from Washington
■tat* that W. J Mills will be ap
pointed oblef justlos of New Mextoo
■oob after tbs holiday raoesa. lie
formerly resided at Laa Vegas, and is
bow a oltlz.n of New Uavao, Conn.
Ilia now thought tha Grant train
robbars era dsfflultsly looatod and
will bo oaptnrod within th* next 10
1U; cows and
Chicago, Deo, 21— Cuttle—Compare
I tlvely few cattle sold above 5 HI; trad*
In Curls mas benvts belrg uv.r, and
on y ,rn‘*ll percentage of steer* went
below 4 00, though goed number
northern fed Texas oa'tle sold from
|3 85@3 00, while steers direct from
tha ranch where counterfeit money was charge Mr. Myles with knowingly re- Indian steer* 3 00®4
recently found In large quantities, has I oelvlug stolen property Mr. My les I qt> 1 f-r« 2 50@3 30
been declared blen nreso and ,, rlBor_ Uld buy 12 calves aud abaot 33 baad of Sheep — R.o.lpts 1 200; market
been d ole blen pr* 0 and Is rigor 10Ht»U f,om New Msiloo parties. who Ltfca(lj; ,,a,tve muttons 4 00@4 50;
ously oonnoed,—Twj Republics, Ipreseottd a bill of sale wi nes sd by mmb* 50000 00
According to th* Hermoslllo oorres I Adam Dieter, notary pnbllo st Tular
. .. .. ose. Mr. Mylee oonld not question
poident of tha N ugalee Oisls Djotor th„ hm of sala and 8ob, [ftU1 » good
J. 8. Bsll, the specialist, li arranging | price fur the cattle and sent, them to
Th# oien who sold fhe oat
tie did not run away from El Paso,
but remained here. However, a num-
ber of persons from New Melton have 1 Texas brought 3 500100. Western
been erideavurlt g to persuade f#d , al,|„ comprised larger proportion
Mr. Mylee to pay them for the oatlle. 0f off .rings, aud sales were mad* st
To see 1 one of these persons hts ans 3 7504 95; stookers and feeders were
wer has b.en "1 do not Intend to pay f*irly active, not many selling bilaw
th* olty end will g > down to the east-1 twice (or the same goods If th* oat-13 go and there was no charge In
ern ooast of th* republic today or to-Jtl* a"e yours prove It and take 'hem hatcher and oaDuer’s stuff
morrow, to look at the oountry with 80(1 1 "'ll proseou** the men who sole Hheep-H.leah'. at 2 7503 f r poor
■to m» The cattle are on my ranch l,st to 4 500 4 75 for choloe to extra
and w:l! not run away.” 1 flocks. Hataly any shevp went above
. , , 4 50, estern fed lots telling at 3 600
VVehave sold within the pas three L ^q. |fimbs WBra |n fair d«mand at
u.i... i utontl b neiriy a thousand bales of L 00*451 HO for o.immon grades up to
Before returning to th* seat of his|oamfons, because we bought them in |r, 75^ 00 fl r ()t)ol„» to fancy lots,
HOSTETTER’c “Gentle Sleep
I * CELEBRATED 'ij Nature'* Soft
CURED without the use of mercury; all com-
plications, euch as Sore Throat. Ulcers, Sore
Mouth, Plmplee. Pain In the Joints readily dis-
appear under my treatment and a permanent
CURB le Guaranteed In each case.
UIC mine CATARRH. Kidney and
nC UUnC Urinary Troubles, Ute-
rlne l»l»ea*teM. without ope-
rating and no deteutlou from bualuese Guar-
anteed. ncrofula, Kcxema, Chronic
tatnirr for our eymptom blanks and lltera-
VenliE ture on any above diseaeee. Caeee
trldd?eeey: DR.' kING A CO., El Paeo, Texas
i mar lino, prop.
Segalar meals 26 cents
#23 San Antonio tt.
QEO. Z. ZEIQLER,
Popular Price Tailoring Co.
If yon are looking for a reason,
able priced mit be Bare to exam-
ine our goods before purchaeing.
fiepairing done promptly at rea-
211 1-2 San Antonio St.
Napoleon J. Roy,
EL PASO. : : : TEXAS.
EL PASO TRANSFER Co.
RACES, BUS ABD BAGGAGE
Phoca 18. Ml to HO South Oregon BS
Oar* and Promptness Ooarantaad.
Offloa— Ballinger Stable.
Telephone No. 1.
Palace Diniog Hall,
HI LOY CO.,
I M3 Pan Street.
The best fl *st class Restaurant
Id the city. Open day and night.
Regular Dinner 3:30 to8p. m.
!• r H*t>r°d whip |
Body is Built |
UpWi h This
It gives Strength I
for the tH«k of I
the day, and rest I
for the weary fit I
J. R SALAS,
Bull* made In Latest Stria* and very
cheap. Large assortment of aamplaa.
Gfeanlng and repairing. Ladle*’good*
cleaned and dyed. Satisfaction guar-
anteed. El Paso, Texas.
tb* oountry with
th* Intention of purchasing land for !
th* growing of tropical products.
1 our different PO®8*8 8t»rM g0VBrnmtnt General Louis O. OurUl, losrl iad lots and soi l them lower ih«n r’j^'hugs brlnglog 4 5*04
il m annnnaail h MI n r> niucs P rn m I _ ... I 14.« ..1 .11! A I u r. A I, .,, \\J.. I * * . * " _ ***
governor of th* slat* of Jaltsoo, closed I *b# 0JUl<^ l8n^ them h*r» We 1 09tots—Oettl* 5,000;
,, , . . Ihav* still about a hundred bales 00 . ,1 cr.n
a oontraot with W. W. Boyl. aud A. hand wl|loU B. «r* off .ring at a dla 8h*tP l,0t°
Bfewltt, of Philadelphia, for the Intro loouat of 5 p»r cent to 15 per oentfrom Out diamond stock you can fltd no
duo:Ion of a modern a*w#rag* system I former prices, to clear ihnn our before equal for In E Paio, or lu fac, many
Into th* capital of th. stat., viz , th. ‘,ook Hku,«Ust of thu “onth' I i-rgwr oltlwe. And than prlo* llt'lr
fer tb*lr supposed hiding plso* from
dlff*r*nt dlrtotlons this morning. Oas
post* goes from Diming.— Albuquer-
W. O. Read, attorney for Solplo Ag
utlar under **nt*no*d to b» hong Jana
ary 7tb mad* a motion la ooart this
MaMiMb:' sapra'm*' oourt'D*H* ^l»o I l’“u)r’ uu““"’"u U1 »■!»■■»’•*». 1 Christmas 3 days distant, you havu’.
peal 10 th* supreme court. He also pr#paI.lDg to begin operations In muot, 1!m, wtlloh to selec’ your
asked for au appeal In tb* oases of Mai-I ^aQara a|. aQ #ariy date. Mr. G. W. I jiweby presmte, so fall right In with
donalo, Luosro sod Montoya under I storeh, of Bloux Olty, Is now od th*|lb* r8a uf tb# or3W,l headed for our
•*nt*no* for assaull.—Examln*r. I____________—I star* Silukriiero Bros.
Providence Fur Co.
PROVIDENCE, R. I.,
wants all kinds of raw furs, skins,
ginseng, seneca, etc. Prices quoted
for next sixty days are as follows:
Sliver Fox.l..............$15.00 to $150 00
Hear...................... $5.00 to $25.1.0
Otter...................... $4.00 to $9.00
Martin...................... $2.00 to $9.00
Beaver....................... $8.00 to S3..V) per lb.
Wolf...................... $1.00 to $2.<X)
Red Fox.................. $1.00 to $2.00
Mink......................... .75 to $2.00
Skunk...................... .25 to $1.00
Gray Fox .................50 to .75
Rat.............................20 to .25
Price Hat on all other fur* aud skin* fur-
nished upon application. Full price* guar-
anteed. careful selection, courteous treatment
and immediate remittance on all consignment*
J S. VEISCAS,
If you want a stylish fit at a mod-1
erate price call on me. Cleaning,
Dyeing and repairing neatly and|
promptly done. 307 il Paso St.
Onera House Block.
US EL PASO STREET.
SHORT ORDER ROUSE
_rOp*ii day anil night. Oysters, Fl.h and
Game In •▼•rjr ityl*
Moerlein Cincinnati Beer Bapot
Wholesale au<l Retail.
PURE3T and BEST.
Dysteyg All Styles and on the
always fkksh bbbb or tap.
BE 81FIFTEENOENT L UN OB
IN TEE OITY
FROM 11 A. M. TO 3 O'CLOCK P. M.
J C. SHBEHT, Prop.
BILLIARDS AND POOL Bimral Bollir aod SfatiHrin Works
BL PASO, TEXAS.
SISTERS OF CHARITY
NORTE STANTON STREET
| olty of Guadalajara,— Mexican H.raid. |
A n*w prasptotlng and mining com
Ipany, comprised of Iowa capl'a'lsts, I
ar* preparing to begin operations In |
| donors at an early dats, Mr, G W.
I Blcmentbal & Co.
301-303, El Faso St.
ness Is a prornmsnt feature for tb*
olass of goods which you buy from os
Billable D awoud D.elers.
‘No trouble (o show the goods ”
ground, and Is greatly pleased wllb th*
Th* Stain's Pass robbers ar* now In ontlooW. Tb* business of th* oompany
the BUvar Olty jail. Th* oftlo*r* think I |Q Stuora will b* In th* hands of tb* |
thereto no possslblllty but that tbr*el8aDti*m*n named and Mr, Jason L.
‘No trouble to show gjods,"
•John Hlihc j) N >rrl«
Who has been absent, for nine years,
... , .. _ . . , , I will leuru something to bis Interest, by
out of tb* flv* ar* guilty, Oo* of thelQmrk, assisted by Mr. A, J. 8barp as I addressing Box 29, McOounellsburg,
two rematolng claims that h* | consulting *t>gln**r — () »sls | Ful on county, Fa
will b* abl* to prov* an alibi, talllog .
and not ba To faollltat* stock-taking w« have , ih. vto »m. los.on.st,
. , . I shaded prtoss In all departments. W*| It Is said that 8 a!» th* headquartst*
guilty Thty am ovrtaloly Dot j ^rt still jg bssvy uDdtrwvar, woolvu I tbs ll*pilst Ubarob nn to bs rs
l*a who did th* work at Grant*.— I hosiery, and comforts, *to , from 5 par moved from Waco, Texes, on aooount under th* dsw law
At New Markat, yon will find:
Kansas OltyiPork Lotus
“ 41 owsst Breeds
And everything that goes to mak* a
good market assortment.
Net ill A Morris.
Stats and oonnty taxes ere now due.
Pay ap and avoid the penalty of 10
per cent which will soon be added
joeut to leper cent lower tbau
1 Blomknthal Si Go.,
301 and 303 E, I’,so et.
Acting Governor Wallaoa this morn
log raoslved a letter from Dr. Duooao
president of the Soooro county board
•f health, stating that th* spread of ■ Pon t make a j *w#lry present unices
■mail pox In tha vlolnlty of Sao Mar-1 you make a careful InspeoUoa of uur
o|*l had baan obeokad by vigorous ao-|atook. Wa bev* some nice things and
"N y trouble to answer questions."
eettlementa, and that th* dlaeaat wa*
under ooutrol. Th* oaees In tb* town
of Ban Marolal ar* all oonvaleeoent
of certain eonrriloas srttoies la the
Iconoclast, a Paper published lu that
town. Th# Kansas Olty World thus
comments oo thecas,.
'It this result Is brought aboat 1
will be a deserved punishment tithe
| olty that permits the putltoatton of
a sheet that, seeks to tear down, to
blacken a-id disgrace, and never has
one kindly word to til r for ell the
good tint exbts In the world to day
Ihe I) noclast Is what Its name Im
piles, a ehatterer. 1? not only seeks
to detroy i he false Idols of the present
day, hu'the tine ones 1
J. F. O'Connob, Oolleotor.
Tha spa .:eu Kist.orial,
Chicken tamales and stuffed peppers
every Saturday night. Board per
week, >3 50 and 14
THE BELCIAN BAKERY
is the only place in the city for ]
Boston Brown Bread,
Brandy Mince Pies,
Fine Fruit Cake.
Mrs. J.Cemoetz. 108 Oregon |
Don’t Talk Aboat Nobody,
BUT THESE ARE FACTS!I
Mors bargains ■'d better bargains; I
more goods aud better goods, must go
at tom* prlo*. Uom* while they ar*
116 South Oregon street, El Paso, |
C.C 8HELTON Prop.
Iivln’a has every up-to data
for X mas gifts.
Good eating at Hmtt.h’a Dreamery.
a capital atook of >1,500,000
Aoglo-Amtrloan Oanalgr# oompany,
with a capital of >10.000,000, have been
Incorporated under the law of Art
Bay* a Phoenix Specie): "Tha Glia
leas* of an nnforiunat* girl at Btylor
I UalverGiy and tr, n ed It as If such af
fairs Wire the Hied rula, and noi th*
Th* St. Lhula Farnbure Oo , 317 E
Paso street, will sell Us flue stock of
Ho* bed room and parlor snltes,
louoges, ounobst, folding beds, baby _________________
carriages, sideboards, wloksr chairs, I exception, at that Institution^ftfiearu-
rookers, #:0 , all In la’ast designs, ailing. 1 o et aspsrelons oulhecharao-
Tha Arizona Oanalgra oompaojr, wlthlreduoed prlosa. Now Is tha time to lets of Innocent yjnng women In l»n
end thelb0^ furniture. No trouble to show gqag* that oaonot be repeated Ui-
1 goods aud name prices. [told harm has been done, and two
vaT; seen thus. h.entlfnl m,D ftr“ ,n 'h,,lr ‘,r8V*,i beoane*
Have you seen those beautiful | tht r Kht of thl8 #lltor t0 pnbl(olj
a tsek sou'hern wemanhor d was dls
puled. Mr Branu te cultured and edu
Sh.ep soir.rlD*. |oat*d, and does himself o instant
Denver Dso. 21—A Rooky Mouu- Injustice by blndb g Ms talents to an
Valley Irrigation oompany, with works I tain New* Rawlins, Wyo , special says: Ignobl* u«e The lonnc set Is probs
an th# GUIs river, 100 miles west of I t’h# long oontlnoed oold spell and | bly apaylrg property, Hnsnoiaily cone
Denver, Dso. 20.—A Ricky Moun-
tain News. Olayton, N. M, special
look^up the I 8’*ys Sheriff Gallego-, this evening re
IT 18 A GOOD THING
To know, when yon need
a baby oarrlaga that wa make aspeolel
feature of th*B* cradles of oomfort all
tha year round.
HOYT 4 BASS,
rssrisuiCl wsxrusK u ai rase.
msrreo »*A*a* wbathis bdriau.
Obstrvstlon at 5:94 p, m„ loss) time.
Barometer (see level)............. 20.09
Direction of wind ...................—N W
Wind velocity (mUee per hoar)----• 8
Ref*f«n l«*t 24 hoar* (in. end tinnd.i ' Trees
Highest temperature today-------- 50
Lowest temperature today........ $4
Twenty second hand Bicycles
for sale cheap. Santa (Jlaus,
Boys’ and Girls’ AETNAS, $26.
EL PASO CYaLH CO.
Repairing at reasonable prices
J_li. JtL. AiextU dei
_____ seen those beautiful |
X-mat cards aud oalanders et Irvln's-
end ao ohsap, too._
otlved news thee John Mtyo, who
broke jtll hsra some time ego, wee otp
lured to-dAy n»»r Trluldsd. Btnoe
hrsBklng jtll Mayo has oommlitad
some of toe boldest robberies aud
thsfis ever committed In the terrltjry,
• t one time ateallog horses and *a1
dies from the pursuing party.
A Valuable Book
Sent Free to Tien.
Phoenix hs* Issued >25,000 In
Who can measure
the influence of a
heavy tnowe of th* past month ara be-1 dered.but the. If o of such publloitlo, ■
ginning to h*V* a serious tffsot upon on soole'y a' lerg* is baneful Kibaks
■heap aud It to feared that unless Ol y had a last* of moh a papsr, end
there to a break In tb* weather soon F L to bs hopsd that a recurrence
be list will be very heavy. Sheep I of It will never be purmlt'ert, While
men report a number bav* alrtady aBsun.Ing a high m iral ground, the
nerlehed. The enow to ornsted aud Ioonooleer riaily pauders to a ivied
, frocsn *0 it to aim: B‘. impossible to get I Rod deprsved men s! app* lie 8ucti
It lasts through all I l(1# jMd ^ uumber of ebaep m*n I publloaMona subserve no gtodend,
ages and enters tbe|tP* placing large orders for hay and I and th»r* Is no Intelligent reason for
confines of eternity. I wjd bfgi0 (ceding In a faw days at Use I taelr exl.t.o t*
With what car e. ,ha oold .pell break* up. Thetber. O.t the b.st you can for the
therefore, should she I momt|tr |„ ih( i0n' b no part of th#
be guarded and how I oaaoty range* from z ro to 40 below.
gTeat t he effort be to1
*-Yfcia * ^
ARRIVAL ADD UKPaBTDRa Off BAIL
T. AP............10:06 A. m^........„ .1:40 p. m.
Q. H. A ». A........2:ttp. m.................1:60 p.m.
9. P. West..........1:80 p.m...........8:85 p.m,
A.T. AS. V......... 9:50 s. m................8:80 «.m.
Mexican Centre*.1:66 p.m.................l:15p. m.
R. G.S M. A P......Laxve* Juerei at8:30 s. m.
^AUmAtawlu K* dEauSoM^io1 m.‘n3^ ITH1 PUdK JUI IS OF THEORvPH
ter the arrival* of (rains end ell malls will1
does 30 mtnutee before the departure of trains.
HOURS WINDOWS OPMN AMD CLOSE
GeneraldeliverylsoimnI>from\ s. m' to 6 p I Aldree* R. F. JOHNSON A O0.,8ol*
m., exMpi whll« tftaterii mail Is being dlatrlV I ygiotl, Si Fmo( Tmi, for pr!o»f tr
cnr..st6 p*B°,rdftA*i*»*rrndftsemVwinko'wi balk or o...__
open m 8 ». m.; clo*«y^$ ^ m.
General delivery end Gerrleri window will
be open from 11 e. m. to 11 m.
make her life happy. I w li Hole On.
mm At St. Paul, D*o 21-Pr#sld#nt O. S
Mother S Meuanre’uroed today from New Y rk
_ I elth tb* 8*'tl*d purpose of remslnlng
Friend Itb* b#*d ot tb* Norfb*rn paomo.
makes ehild-birtbl **j am In honor hound to remain ae
easy, assists nature j pr#,i<j«nt of the Northern Paolflo un-
it) its sublime effort, leaves the Mother I work has bean aooompllehtd or
stronger after than Ivefore confinement. I aDm gr jdorgsn and bis associates,
and rube the trying hour of its terror. I wJj0 m* in this position, see fit
No Mother can afford to neglect its uee. 110 t,rm|n*t* th# preseot arrange
Of druggists at 81.00, or vint I,y mail on reoetpt I meat,
mi l»iice. Write for IkkjK « <mtalDlng ralu-1 r B 4ia.«.iiu.
information f»>r ull Motheri) millid (m. I O Brlio Coil Oo. ®§rrlllOi OoaI
Ih* Brsdlsld Bsseletor Co„ Atlanta, Gs. [Yard." Talaphon* > .
yoQ can etf vrd to ipend. We e>U
watches, diamonds end j.walry which
will salt Vf«a es rsgerds prlo* end
quality What more can you d*slr> ?
*‘Ni trouble to show goods,"
A flu* line of ho.lday presentation I
books *1 Dellquest Sc Andrews' Book]
Btore, 303 Sau Aatonlo s!r*»t.
Free Book for Men
V«g,,i •! ltianliood cat: be restored by Klcctric
,l phystcal strenglll can be re-
,.,1. of. kauden’e Kleetric Belt I* » perfect
For Sale— Seven room bouse on 1
Montane and Campbell, and etx room
boas* on Floreno* street on easy
terms, will be oompleted Nov 1st. Call
on B. F. Uemmett, agent Campbell
Reel Eitat* Oo.
Delloioaa ooffe# at Smith'* Creamery ]
Ur. a.iss.v.. -■» .
:itor. Il pours vitality into weaklier*™
4 r,.t botirxnt a time and renews the full
Il of hi! w ak part*. Jt» touch ts the
• I in >ctu :i-m. Pend for the bo,,k' Hirer
s ... M. u free Mby mail. A.bire**
DR A T. 8ANDEN,
Box B, 204 8. Broadway,
Los Angeles, O&l.
Rt amn window open et the »m*t b*.
JOHN JULIAN. P.M.
PURE HYUKIA U3R.
Med* from dlitllled water. Talephon*
114. Bi. Faso ioa A RaraioEBATOBUo
Sl-ir« n*'re Ron1 e.
Short line to Y>qnl go'd Heidi
Train* leave Olnd-d jneriz Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays ai g:30 a m
Mexloo Olty time Depot oppoehs
Mexican Oei tril passenger depot.
J T. Looan,
Gen TrefHc Agt.
Corner entsFe and Third 91*
And o her kii da of
property for balk.
lonphflC prospectors. Bu ines*
naillillCO fir non - residents at-
tended t) promptly.
A. D. WALLACE,
La Luz. N. M.
El Peso Coffln & Casket
EMERSON & BBRB1U S, Props
410 a. El Paso at.
The largest and best stock of
Work and prices gaaianieed.
Hearses and carriages furnished.
Telephones 71,68 & 196.
C t«tion by Pobheatloo.
Tha State of Tens to the sheriff or any con-
mableof Kl .'aso comity, greeting:
Mrs BerthaSchui^.adm nislratrix of the estate
of Joseph S' hutz, deceast-d. having filed 111
oar countV coort her final account of the condl-
lou of the eistite ol said J >§eph Schnte. ce
ceast d, together with an appll- at ion to be dia
chat tf d from said admlnlstratrixshlp,
You are hereby commanded, that by publica-
tion of this writ for at least twenty nays in a
newspaper regularly published lu the county of
Kl Faso you give due notice to *11 persons Inter-
ested in'the account for final setlleimnt of said
estate, to appear and contest the sa • e If they
gee proper on or before the January term. IrtflH,
of said county court, commencing and to be
liolden at the court house cf suid county. In the
city of El Huso, Texas, ou the third day of
January, a. I) . 1898, wh.n snid account and ap
plication will be considered by said court.
Given under inv hand and seal of said onrt,
at iny offl e in the c ty of Bl Paso,
1 hr a i. J 'lexas, this 1 th day of December
PAHK W. PITMAN,
(’lerk county rotirtofKl Paso t'ouuty, Texas.
Bv U Aranda, Deputy.
A true copy. 1 ce t«fy K. It. SIMMONS.
Sheriff of El Paso county, Texni.
By W J. Tea Eyck, Deputy Sheriff.
HAH flILVWK (Nmelter Daeisil •■)_6« 7-H
oorpww_______________________ 11 »e
LIXD (Smelter UatUNMi) .....3 SO
LIAD (Hew Tork)................ 3 78 U 8 *0
TIB_____________________________ IS 00 to 13 II*
I BOB (American) 10 OO to 11 *8
■XBX10AM PB0O8 (Jams)............. .. <0
BSXIUAX FWHOH (Ml Petol ... 40
Up-to-Oate Railroads of El Paso.
Far tha Bast *r North the TEXAS A PACIFIC leaves at 2:10 p. m., local tim#
Far tha Swutb th* MEXICAN CENTRAL leaves at 1:40 p. m., local tim*.
ifO BETTER ACCOM MOD ATIOXH. NO FASTER TIME.
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El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 303, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 22, 1897, newspaper, December 22, 1897; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth580955/m1/4/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.