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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 5 February 1898

WEEKLYHERALD SATURDAY FEBRUARYS 1898. From Tuesday's Daily. 1 You caaa t dream yourself lata character; you must hammer and forge yourself one. J. A. Froude. That dull thud tre other day was when the Nrw York Journal with its circulation up In the hundred thou sands dropp- d Mr. Bryan. The American consul at Malaga re ports the quantity of sugar produced In Europe from beets in the year 98 at 4500.000Ttons as against 4051- 749 ton for the previous year. There Is a proposition before the Mississippi legislature to establish a textile plant for the manufacture of mitui irnndn. in connection with the state agricultural and mechanical col- lege. ' While women already at Dawson City on the Klondyke are giving Wrth to children In an atmosphere 55 de- grees below rero more women con- tinue to crowd the steamers for the same inhospitable region. ON the Invitation of the sultan of Turkey the New York Herald has sent Rev. George H. Hepworth to Armenia to Investigate the condition of Christ la...

Publication Title: El Paso Weekly Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 5 February 1898

WEEKLYHERAED S ATUr. " - Y FEBRUARY 5 1898. From Wednesday's Daily. The negroes of New Orleans are making- unusually elaborate prepara- tions for the celebration of emancipa- tion day. If the starving Kloodikers could on- ly get over to the Alaskan court they would no longer suffer from hunger as the canneries of that coast put up 48000000 pounds of salmon last year. A Rome dispatch announces that the new archbishop of Montreal now in Rome says the pope will support the contention that the Roman Catholics have a right to separate schools in Manitoba but just how his holiness is going to enforce that right and compel the state or tax payers at large to sup- port such sep irate school i is not stat ed. Superstition gives wings to and many believers in a story from Meri weather county Ga. to the effect that a child was born there some months ago with a full set of long silken whiskers that the whiskered baby livel only a few hours and just before its death said as plain as words could ...

Publication Title: El Paso Weekly Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 5 February 1898

Iff D. PAUL FARQDHAR Practical Hatter. Ie H. LESINSKY COMPANY Wholesale Grocers and Jobbers of Dry Goods. Washington Dining Hall. 209 EL PASO STREET EL PASO TfcXAS. BEST EESTADRANT IN CITY. ALL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON. RHJO TJLi A.R. DINNER IS TO S E- OPEN DAY AND NIGHT -V HiNQ Ss OO PROPS "WOO MOO.31 'O. MQR SOMETHING NEW YES; -A-T-jIj NEW! At Springer's. Allpf our old stock waslburnt and must have new goods to take their places. T- Jti. F tiiJN GrHIli Furniture OrookeryAKD Carpets Ban Antonio Street HOUCK & DEITER IMPORTERS and JOBBERS FINE WINES AND WHISKIES VfVrmCJ fr-i II1'IAM J- LBMP BRKWISO OO. 8t. Louis. Moj A-lJlyiN -L O 101 pAB8T BEHWINQ CO.. Milwaukee. Wis. 220 El Paso St. Fine Merchant Tailoring. And Gents' Furnishing Goods. Hi I rAOU ain&uj BH!ElLTQSr Gives the Highest Price FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SELLS AT THE LOWEST. Try Him - - - 116 Oregon Street. 809 El Paso Street Opera House Block. New and. Second-hand nrnitixre STOVES ST. CLAIR STEEL RANGES CROCKERY...

Publication Title: El Paso Weekly Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 5 February 1898

SAEUE A V FEBRUARYS 1893 Why don't you buy a pair today? the way to give longevity To your children's shoes is to buy them good shoes. Shoes that are full of wear and comfort and are sure - not to hurt or cramp their feet out of their na'ural form. OurBhoes for cbil- dren made of a Basket grain calf with good heavy soles coin toe spring hol button are a child 's comfort and our friend maker. Women's 2J to 5price $2.00 Missr s Hi to 2 " $1.75 Children's 81 to 1H $1.50 Schutz Bros. 109 El Paso St Consult free Dr. Re- gister about the New Cure for Consumption Bronchitis & Catarrh. Freudenthal Block. MORRIS' ILLUSIONS. Commencing MONDAY Fib. 7th. the latest and best Illusion CROSS A beautiful transformation scene A human form rendered Transparent Al.80 . Statue. Flying Lady. She. Psycho. Rolla. 107 El Paso St. Admission 10c. Heats for Ladles no Extra Charge. fUK KKNt. pOP KEN r T wo nice rooms furnlhed or unfurnished all Mj rile Ave. tfOH KENT Koom House keeping If do; blred. Ill N....

Publication Title: El Paso Weekly Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 12 February 1898

ETL PAS WTEEIKKY 1ERALB iPublishes ALL.th i NEWS worth printing six day a week. PRICE FIVE CENTO. EL PA80 TEXA8 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 12 1898. VOL. XVII I. NO. 7 r- L JOSHUA 8. RAYNOLD8 President; ULY88E8 8. STEWART Cashier; -THE- FIEST NATIONAL BANK El Paso Texas Capital Surplus and Profits H. L. NEWMAN Banker W. H. AU8TIN Oashier; El Paso A General Banking u KmhuiM Bullion Bought. SAFETY DEPOSIT O. R. MOREHEAD President; J O L'OKLAND Cashier; STATE NATIONAL BAN Established A legitimate banking business transacted in all Its branches all th.i ci'ies of the United States bought loan Dollars. JUAREZ BANCO GOMERGIAL OF CHIHUAHUA. CAPITAL $600000 But and sell Mexican Money and Exchange on all the principal cities of the Republic of Mexico the United States and Europe. A General Bankincr Business Transacted. LTJTS TRRRAZAS; ENRIQUE O. CRWEL; JOJ. M. FALOMIB; MAXIMO KRAKA.UE H ; LOI3 TERRAZ AS. J a. Directors: Cludad Jnr AOOL.PH KRAKADEB Manager. ? ' Sab our assortment and tret before you th...

Publication Title: El Paso Weekly Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 12 February 1898

rl WEEKLYHERALD SATUli A FEBRUARY 12. 1898. From Fil ay's Daily. Entered at the poatofflce at El Paso Texas aa mall matter or the second clue. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ..rr oo ""jii" J1' - - 7j ;n Daily! thre mnntha Dally ono month.-... R I mDLDHMMMOHMMaiH- ................. - 178 60 1 00 1 00 60 Weekly one year n HCKIJ aim . u . . JVeekl three months........ - AY OARRIER. The 'Jaii T Hirald Is delivered by carrier B El o Texas and Juares Mexico at 10 jr.ntg p.r week or "0 cents per month. Mub-Jcrlber tallln to fret Tb Himu ' reg- iarly or promptly should notify Tm Hr- td buslress office (not the carrier) In order receive Immediate attention. Teleph-ne So. 115. ADVERTISING RATE8. Kates of advertising In the Dally or weekly dttion made known on application at tn publication office. Or ring up telephone num- r 116 and a representative ' the business lepartmett wUl call and quote prices ana Jontract for space. Locals 10 cents per line In ever r lnrtMM f r first Insertion and (cents per l...

Publication Title: El Paso Weekly Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 12 February 1898

WEEKLYHERALD SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 12 1898 From Thursday's Daily. To make everything entirely tlr factory the p-esent Kentucky legila ture ouffbt to resign not Senator Lindsay. California mmt Have abd a libel law as tbat which disgraces t'e statute books of Tcxw f r libei nulla against Mmiumn in that state rnnonr to be nor i numerous than in any other state in the union. Tbe Saeramnto Be one of the moot independent and out spoken but scrupulously honest and fa'r journals in that state pen-rally has from two to four libel suits pend ing against It each claimant usually asking ISO 000 and now the Los Ar geles Herald has been sued for 150000 br H. W. Pat ion. 1st democratic candidate for congress who withdrew in far of the populist candidate. Ba low. and thereby el cted tbe latter. The Herald is sued for having inti mated tbat Palton sold out to te pop ulists which fact would seem to be patent. A significant little news item from Washington carries tbe Information that the customs receipt...

Publication Title: El Paso Weekly Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 12 February 1898

WEEK L YH1SRAL L SATmib V. FEBRUARY 12 1898. From Monday's Daily A FEDERAL judge in Tennessfe has decided that his court has no jurisdic- tion over the civil service law and the chief executive alone has power to en- force that law. Senator Cannon of Utah has in- troduced a bill to provide for the publication of the pension list. This will doubtless cause a squirming among the many that are wrongfully on that list and posing as disabled. The semi-centennial celebration of the discovery of gold in California brought out very conspicuously the fact that California's golden grain has brought vastly more mc-nay into the state than waa ever taken out of her soil aud quartz ledges. A f AST mail train that arrived a' Rochester the other day was composed of one car fillel with letters and six cars carrying first-class mat! matter The first car paid a surplus. The other six cars paid the postoffic de partment lc. a pound and cost it 8c. pound. Although the situation in China Is still somewha...

Publication Title: El Paso Weekly Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 12 February 1898

WEEKLYHERALD Saturday. February 12 isps. Ffom Tuesday's Daily. 1 In eight year the number of beet-no-ar factories in this country has in- o creased from two to forty-five. liREinv the Mislippi river is rlalo? l-mingly and till many of iho err t. rrt vikfsea created by last 'a flood ia Arkaadis Louisiana and. Mississippi bave not been closed. AT the recent fishery congress in Tampa Florida the delegates from nhinL r.hnw Tazehl. delivered the most touching and eloquent speech heard in the convention he himself having been flret deeply touche I by the cordiality of the reception ed him. teoder- The new idea of the German em- TMrnr in regard to German cartoonists who are too frisky is to sentence them to malarious fortresses without the benefit of quinine. If the prisoners are familiar with the Kentucky remedy for snakebite they- may pull through. ' Nevada may and 1 justly termed the "rotten borough." Nevada not only tolerates but by legislative enactment invites prize fighting but a Ne...

Publication Title: El Paso Weekly Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 12 February 1898

WEEKLYHKRALl SVTUPv HV FEBRUAIIY 12 1898. From Vju-enday's Daily. An Ohio judge hasdeciart d the antl- lynchiag law of the state unconsti'u- tioLal. Judge Lynch will concur in the opinion. Mr. Wu the Chinese minister Is too mull a man and has too short a name to e: dure the st rain of diplomatic life in Wathing'on. The other me'als are having such a llve'y tinn in tbe senate that Mr Daly the Montana copper king!' eag r to get it to tbe game. How to bold a Lincoln-birthday ban- quet without the Inj (tion of Pingree- ism ia tbe problem l'h which the Michigan republicans are now wrest ling. FROM the delay in bringing in bis second "load of cooDtkins" we beg b lo fear that Chairman Green has been lost in the woods says the San Antonio Express. A Pittsburg lawyer charged an orphan girl $31000 for collecting a t til 000 legacy. This is a stunning re- buke to those lawyers who would have taken it all. The: people of Ohio believe that the so-called investigation at Columbus i a farce hence ...

Publication Title: El Paso Weekly Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 12 February 1898

the H. LESlNSKY COMPANY Wholesale Grocers AND Jobbers of Dry Goods. Washington Dining Hall. 209 EL PASO STREET EL PASO MAS. BEST RESTAURANT IN CITY. ALL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON. jR.HJa-TJL.AJ. DINNHJR. IS TO S J M. OPEN DAY AND NIGH r "JT H1NO J. OO PROPS WOO M003IOUOR SNew York Tailor -MAKER -rsStylisli Perfect Fitting Clothesc- AT LOWEST PRICES. Work speaks for itself One trial will convince you. SOMETHING NEW YES; -A-T-jIj 2STEW! At Springer's. Al! of our old stock was burnl and must have new goods to take their places. X KL 8P ElIN GER F-uirni-tTaro Orookery AND Carpets. ... aatonlo Street I-ASO TBXAS. HOUCK & DEITER IMPORTERS and JOBBERS FINE WINES AND WHISKIES AvtriJN X D IQT p AB8T BBBWINQ CO.. Milwaukee. Wis. 220 El Paso St. HI SB Gives the Highest Price FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SELLS AT THE LOWEST. Try Him - - - 116 Oregon Street. J. R. McGIBBON 3 OS El Paso Street Opera House Block. New aiiaTBecond-liaiid. ITooriiitTure STOVES ST. CLAIR STEEL RANGES CROCKERY LAMPS....

Publication Title: El Paso Weekly Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Weekly Herald — 12 February 1898

WEEKLYHERALD SATU1I"Y FEBRUARY 121898. SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!! Children's Shoes Women's til hni Men's Shoes. Boys' shoes Tan Shoes or Black Shoes. Everything that is desirable v-nder this head. See other's styles gel other's prices and we will sell you more stylish shoes for less money. Tan Shoes for Men will soon beal' the faoV Just received the advance spring style in a ' Chocolate Vici Kid for Men neat and new at $3 50 a pair same in a black calfskin. SCHUTZ BROS. 109 El Paso St. Consult free Dr. Re- gister about the New Curefor Consumption Bronchitis & Catarrh. Freudenthal Block. OL.A.S3BIFI ID JX3S. TP8T irriTtd Had.rnd Own from Paris J clairoyant palmist and magnetic beat er i un Do consulted on an auairs ui wo Koom 8 Opera house bl irk. WANTED. WANTED To tr.ide a hamerlesnshot gun for Gent's bicycle. B this office. ANTED To buy two lota or 6 or 6 room house on Myrtle Avenue. Address box 244. WAN TED. A girl to cook and do general l. .. A....lu W mi Mllhu.haM 1'UK bAL- 11 O...

Publication Title: El Paso Weekly Herald
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