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Terrazas society page - John Walker, of Eddy, is in the city. G. H....
John Walker, of Eddy, is in the city. G. H. Ross is in Chihuahua on busi ness. C. L. Grant, of Sabinal, is in the city. George Look has gone down to the Corralitos front. Mrs. Sampson and daughter, of Col umbus, Ohio, returned north this noon G. H. Turner, assistant general freight agent of the T. & P. is at the Pierson. Mr. Escher, of the' Mexican Ore com pany, has been down toChihuahuaon business trip. J. M. Hawkins, formerly editor of the Eddy Argus and El Paso Herald, is now telegraph editor of the Los An geles Time3. Mrs. Servien and children came up from the City of Mexico tnis morning. and continued north to New York over the Santa Fe. General Terrazas and son, and Hen ry Creel have gone to New ork on business, it is supposed connected with the proposed new railroads in north ern Mexico. Rev. J. D. Eaton and family came up from Chihuahua this morning, and continued north over the Santa Fe to Beloit, Wise, where his brother is president of Bsloit College. Colonel Mothersill came down this noon from the north with his family, and will be in town for a few days. He stated to a Herald reporter his firm conviction that he was to be the next collector of the port of El Paso, but would have to wait until November for it. Conductor W. P. Inness of the G. H , and wife went to Santa Rosalia Springs last evening. Mr. Inness has taken a two weeks lay-off, but his wife will remain at the springs for two months by the doctor's advice. Mrs. Inness has for fourteen years been a great sufferer from inflammatory rheu matism, and with her many friends hopes the trip south will relieve her, U. S. Consular Agent E. B. Light of Guadalajara passed through th's city Sunday en route to Denver, ,his home until his removal to Guadalajara. Mr L'ght is well pleased with life in the republic, especially in the capital city of Jalisco. He says "hrst off, when foreigners go there they are greatly annoyed by fleas. But this experience soon ceases to trouble, and visitors are charmed with ' the town arid the climate. Nobody complains of hard times in the republic. Business is gcod everywhere and capital keeps coming into the country. Mr. Light called while here on Collector Davis and Consul Mallen.

Clipped from El Paso Herald11 May 1897, TueFirst EditionPage 1

El Paso Herald (El Paso, Texas)11 May 1897, TueFirst EditionPage 1
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