El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 128, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 29, 1897 Page: 1 of 4
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EL PASO. TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 29 1837.
VOL. XVII NO. 128
Bfc-gSSES BvSTBWAifTi CASHIER? I -rOS.F. WIP&IAJUS; .AS8 4bifK-
MWM a m
A General VBa;nkifiQ:: business
Meitdan'Mpraiy and -feotd;
Bullion Bought.' 'SAFETtfDEPOSir BOXES FOR RENT.
rJEWMAfo Jr.'Ass't Cashier.
!G'old and Silver
R. MOREHEAD Presldenf.
JOSEPn 'MAGOFIN Vlcelea!
: -J. C. LACKLAND Cashier
J. RUSSELL Ass't Cashier.
State National Bank
Established April 1881.
A legitimate hanking business transacted in all its branches. Exchangt
i n all the cities of the United States bought at par. Highest prices paid fo-
Can't be Beat
Native valley straw berries.
Every berry ripens on the vine.
Como in fresh every morning.
A pool cup of coffee try our
fresh roa3ted Mexican three
pounds for one dollar.
jJirf Wife 's-rs
td$C0f mWk Maw?
66 s .
We put all our competitors in
the shade in prices on
GOOD AND STYLISH GOODS.
Suits for $7 upward-
worth twice the money.
Come and see them.
A cooling summer drink why
not try oar AVild Cherry Thos-
phate? There ts enough in a
y5 cent bottle to make lti quirts.
Also potllires "ready todrink"
Root Beer carbonated at JOc.
J. B. Watson
The Grocer Phone 151
Cor. San Antonio and Stanton Street.
EJXj PASO TSXA3.
2imw mmmmm mmmmmmn
B McCutcheon Payne & Co
Best liked where best known !
CHEAP ONLY IN PRICE.
It is a Bicycle
Built for business. It's
Made Right; It's Price
Largest and Best Stock of Bicycles antl
Bicycle Supplies in 1 Paso. 5
E Bicycles to Rent or Sell"- 2
H Bicycle Shoes 2
g Suits and 3
g Ladies Boots. 2
WE TUEI DULL DAYS !
IISTTO BUSY OISTES!
At our stro. 21(5 San Antonio street we have just received two larpre ship
ments of KATTAX KOCKEliS AMD CHAIRS. Why keep that old chair or
parlor suite when you can have such a nice chair or suite from us at such mod-
ern prices. Just imagine a nice RATTAN KOCKEH for $4.00 and some at
.ess. Call and examine our mammoth stock of everything1.
T I-I. SP ftlNGKER
3T"mrn.itu.re Crockery and Carpets.
216 San Antonio Street. SLi IjA.SO TEXA3.
A good durable paint for this climate. Send
for color card. $1.25 per gal.
THETUTTLE PAINT AND GLASS CO.
o!9 San Antonio St. El Paso Texas.
fliini Decorator aid Designer.
Instructions given in Painting: and Firing.
Past a specialty. Firing tree to lmpUs. Mu-
llo oiKMi June 1 Mail orders solicited.
For ternu adilress:
MltS- W- T- IvITCflEXS
L"17 West Overland St. El Paso. Texas.
EMMET CK4.WFOKI) POST NO. 1 !.
Notice to Contractors ami Haildcro.
Bids for material and ia'ior used and
performed in the erection of a station
house to be built a-. (Juztuan for the
Rio Granrle Sierra Midre it Pacific
railway will te re: elveJ at the office
of the Sierra Madre Ci'Dstiu;tion Co
in Juirez Mexico until J une -1th 18'J7.
Placs ani pe 3ilica'.ioas may be seea
at the office. J. Fewson Smith
Foil llEXT 5 room houe on Mj rtle
street. Jnquiro at Mrs. Hubbard 515
Myrtle stte jt.
Pete Wehner wo-ked like a beaver
Thursday night with his wagon help-
lvi refugees escape with their goods.
Grand Army of tlio Krpublic of Kl Paso
Will Observe Memorial Day.
Emmet Crawford Post No. 19 G. A.
It. Department of Texas will meet at
their hall in special tesiion asd in
regular f orm at 1 :30 p. m. sharp May
The only business that will be trans-
acted at sid session will be that for
which the special meeting was called
that is to complete arrangements for
observing "Memorial Day."
After transacting neces-ary business
the post will adjourn till ( o'clcc'x p.
m. May 30.
Immediately after the ad joi-rnment
of the post meeting an open meeticg
of the post will be held the post com-
mander presiding who will we'c.-me
visitors and preface with appropriate
remarks the reading' of general order
No. 11 promulgated by (he then coni-mander-in-cbief
of the (i. A. K tin.
John A. Logan officially designating
May 30th as a day to bo ob.-erved by
the grand army of the republic sacred
to the memory of our departed comrades
GENERAL NEtVS NOTES.
Number of Spicy Tele
FOE AFTERNOON SERVICE
News From All Pavts of the Globe of
Different Points of General Inter
est to the Public Covering1 Many
Matters on Which People are Now
For a complete Up-to-Date
wheel for ladies
or Gentlemen; choice
of tires handle bars
etc. Fully warranted.
l G. WALUOMPANY.
Music Store Bicycle and Sew-
ing Machine Depot.
The post commander will announce
the program of ceremonies for the oc-
casion and asiiarn all participants
their respective places in line and any
necessary general instructions. After
which with as little delay as possible
the pt3fc aad visitors in such convey-
ances as have been provided and in
conformity with the program proceed
to the oil cemetery.
Upon arrival at main entrance of the
cemetery all vehicles will ba left at the
out?r gate and tbe post aad visitors
will form as par pro?ram and march
to the Grand Army plot and after tak-
ing position as per ritual the G. A. 14
memorial ceremoney will ba conducted
recording to the ritui'istic form ap-
propriate exercises and decoration of
the (jraves the post will re-.'orm and
march to music playing a. quickstep to
the outer cemeieiy gitc and break
rocks and the post will with as little
delay as possible assemble at their
hall in adjourned meeticg and proceed
to close in due form.
The following: is the
At the entrance to the old cematery
the column will form as follows:
First Martial and other music.
Second Armed guard or firing
Third Confederate veterans carry-
iii2 the 6tars and stripes furled and
draped in mourning.
Fourth EromeS Crawford Post No.
li) G. A. It carry tb.3 post flag draped
Fifth Oration o fthe day by P. F.
Seventh Sons and daughters of vete-
rans. Eighth Oihr-r relativesof union and
Ail relativesof union or confederates
that are in El Paso Memorial day are
earnestly solicited to fall into line and
"touch elbows" witi their old com-
rades once mo.-e.
The eo afederata veterans and the
praid arn.y members will meet ai the
ti. A. 11 hall f-hacp at 7:3.') o as to ba
able to roaivh a' th'j tap I the drum
to the Presbyterian church on Mjrtle
avenue at S oYloi-k where Rev. H.
V. Moore will prcuch tiie memorial
services. Let all be prompt and on
A member of the El l'a?obigh school
class of '97 ha received au invitat'on
to be present at the coramer.cemeat
exercises of the class of M)7 at Macomb
III from Kscoe Houston who was at
one time a student in the El Paso h'ffh
school and a member of the class that
has ju-t gradunt 'd from its coursa of
stuuks. Mr. Houston s-tocd fi-st in the
clas of eiglite n meuibci's of M icomb
and hid the honor and distinctioa of
cloliverinar the vdled'clory address
The theme of his essay was " Democ-
racy. The E1 Pa.o frie ids of lios'oo
wir-h him every su 'ess and happiness
and anticipate a bright future for him.
There is a big supply of ore on the
Carmen mine dump for shipment to
Discharged Mob Assault a Picture.
Wilmirding Pa. May 29. Six hun
dred workmen joined in tearing down
and trampling: upon a picture of the
president of the United States here
yesterday. Four hundred emyees
of the Westinghouse Air Brak'e com-
pany had received notice of their
discharge. "La-'s of work" was the
reason assigne In the "fitting room"
of the manufactory were pictures of
President MeKinley. One likeness
was a banner signifying "prosperity."
The workmen being all furious at their
discharge rushed at this room. Fol-
owing them were 200 others
Leaders tore down the large print of
the president and tossed pieces to the
crowd. "MeKinley s prosperity lc
damned" they shouted. The men dis
missed had taken part in a parade at
Canton during tbe campaign and
oujrht uniforms for it. Last nijrhl
the men collected the regalias and
made bonfires of them. The suspension
followed a 2-3 per cent reduction in
wages. The town is greatly exci'ed
over the insult to the president.
Pokt Cor.BOKXE Ont. May 29.
The steamer Shickluua left here yes
terday bound for Cleveland light.
Early this morning when abreas
Loner Point- she collided with the
steamer Tecumseh and went to the
bottom of the lake. The crew took to
the boats and battled with the wind
and waves until daybreak when they
were picked up by the Tecumseh
which remained in the vicinity. The
Shicklunaisa total loss valued at $150-
Turks Don't Want an Angell.
Washington May 29. Little can
be learned from the state department
about the obiection of the Turkish
government to receiving Dr. Angell
of Michigan as minister from the
United States. Secretar Sherman
declined to talk. The hope is express
ed bv the friends of Dr. Anjell that
the matter will bo arranged satisfac
torilv to Turkey and that he will be
received at Constantinople.
A Texas Assassination.
Denison Texas May 29. Lait
niirht an assassin fired through the
front door of the IlatSeld residence
mortally wounding Eddie Hatfield a
lad nine years old. The shot was evi-
dently intended for tbe father who
was standing near his son. One year
ago idattieiu Kiueu one arpenier
-I. .' TI
over a territory crop envision xie
then left the territory fearing assassi
The Seeley Dinner Outdone.
Chicago May 29. At a dinner giv
en in the banquet room of a leading
hotel here early Thursday morning
one dozen "Original Little Egypts"
ow giving exhibitions in various parts
of the city stood on a table in the ' 'Al
together." The guests were sons of
parents representing millions of dol-
ars. The occasion was a farewell din
ner to tr.e son cr a ricn poi-K pacser
soon to be married to a daughter of a
very weilthy merchant. Vaudeville
tars told stories and sa""- songs. A
well kcown comedian rendered several
dities and then "Little Anyplace"
was introduced. Xo policemen troub!ed
the revellers. The thin veiling at lirst
worn by the woman was thrown' aside
and she danced on the table and around
it while the guests showered gold and
silver upon her in the utmo.t profusion.
Insane From Fright.
Denver May 29. At 2 o'clock this
morning John Quirk started for home
on the north side. To make a short
cut he attempted to cross the Four-
teenth street viaduct by the iron rods
stretched across the river of the uncom-
pleted structure. Quirk tried to walk
one of these but midway became fright-
ened sat down on the rod and cried for
help. None came until daylight this
morning when the police rigged up a
scaffold and pulled Quirk away. He
was holding on with such tenacity that
it was found necessary to pry his arms
away. Wnen taken down he was in-
sane eusel by his four hour's experience.
Murder antl Suicide.
Montpelikr Vt. May 29. Miss
Mildred Brewster the daughter of a
wealthy farmer of Huntington today
shot Miss Annio Wheeler inflicting
fatal wounds. The deed was commit-
ted in a lonely spot in the outskirts cf
tbe city. After shooting Miss Wheel-
er Miss Brewster turned the revolver
on herself io dieting a fatal wound.
Cause the jealousy of the Brewster
girl Jack Wheeler a granite dealer
being the man in the case engaged to
Inellicary of Prayer.
Washington May 29. Morgan
Owen a lad of 7 was strangled to
death la?t night while a number of
faith healers wtre pra3'ing at his bed-
side. He had been ill some days when
surgeons called to perform an opera-
tion ne;e3sary to save the boy's life
they were denied admittance to the
house. The coroner is investigating.
(io'ng Slouutain Climbing
New York May 29. Princo Luigi
Savoy son of Aoasta ho occupied the
Spanish throne several years and
whcs3 uncle is the reigning savereign
of Italy arrived on tho Lucinii today.
Tomorrow he will s!a:-t for Alaska
where he will attempt to climb Mount
St. Eiiu-i. La'.er he will t-y tho ascent
of Logan's l'eik ii the lloekies.
Driven to Sui-i'.le.
I: el L. VI Li. !: 111. May 29 . Wm. A.
Hand a coal miner wrot j a le'.ter in
German to the police saying. "Through
asthma aad my wife an 1 1 .vo oddest sons
I am broigbt to d-a'h." He then
posted it and jumped from a high rail-
road tre tle and was drowned in tho
Crown Point Ind. Mty 29. Mel-
vin Strauss aged l'-i a prominent
drugg-ist's soa of Motion has become
violently insaie as th 3 result of con-
tinued iod ilgjnce ia the ciga'etto
hibit. He has smoke 1 5 years and it
is estimate! he has usel over 50000
Stamp Act Suggested.
New York May 29. Senator Piatt
says he will vote against the beer tax
in the tariff bill. "As a substitute for
a tax schedule" said he. "I shall advo
cate a stamp on all checks leases re-
ceipts and allother documentson which
stamps were used before the resump-
tion specie payments in 1S09. This
will create a revenue cf thirty mil-
lions." Dug up Gold Coin.
Monterey Mex. May 29. While
excavating in the yards of Sylvestro
Trevino in this city 820000 in old
Spanish gold and silver were unearth-
ed. The Mexican ssrvant who made
the discovery took part of the money
and was arrested for robbary and is
now in prison. One-third oMhe wealth
must go to the state government.
Consuelo Denies It.
London May 29. The Duchess of
Marlborough is real argry. She de-
nies she refused to subscribe to tbe
American fund for th3 viciorial queen's
memorial. She says the misunder-
standing was caused by the circulation
of a report that she would be no longer
an American. She says she never said
Washington May 29. At 2:15 p.
m. the senate resumea tne eonsiue ra
tion of the tariff bill and Aldrich stat
ed that at the next sitting of the
senate all paragraphs in the earthen
ware and glass schedule passed over
yesterday would be taken up. This
was satisfactory to the democrats.
A Circus I'anic.
Clarksburg W. Ya. May 29. As
the result of a panic in Spark's circus
two young womea were fatally hurt
and a number of persons injured. The
dying are: H. Berry Minnie Allman.
Two trcined horses began CghtiDg
when one animal rushed on the seats
where were women and children.
The Lnetgert Tr al
Chicago May 29. Today several
neighbors of Luegert testified to his
alleged fondness for women. The pro-
secution then closed. The defense
moved the discharge of the prisoner
but Judga Kerstein desired to hear ar-
guments and the hearing was contin-
ued until Tuesday.
Attacking the Tariff.
Washington May 29. Senators
Jones (Ark.) Yest and White attacked
vigorously the duties on glass but
were unable to draw the republicans
into a discussion except when a direct
question was put ei'har to Mr. Aldrich
or Allison who answered as brieily as
The Gold Miners.
Denver May 29. The headquarters
of the International Gold Mining con-
vention to be held here in July receiv
ed this morning correspan Jenco from
California and Central American re
publics that these sections would be
represent 3d by well knovn mining
asm mmrom mmmmmmg
K I N ordsr to assist the com- 33
Maiden Sisters Suicide.
Lowell Mass. May 29. Maria and
Francis Iiutlr maiden sislers were
found d iad in their house this morning
having- committed suicide by inhaling
gas. i ncy lelt no cxpluiiati jn lor the
act. They were wealthy.
Sti:il Aml:tsud(r T'oK'er.
London May 29. John W. Foster.
a special ambassador in the interest of
the preservation of seals in Alaskan
wat. rs left Lon Jon this morning for
Belgium whence ha will proceed to
Kin he. lor Arrested.
SritlNG FIELD May 29. Geo. HoiTer-
kimp ex-jity water collector was
a-rested tLis morning on a charge of
embezzlement and plaeeJ under bcnJs.
The i'ups a i'oet.
Home May 29 A Litin poem of fo
stan.as pointing out the duties of fru-
gality and the ev Is of gluttony has
justbei coapleed by ths pjpe.
tf liedd is still doing business at the
old staod and has male a big reduction
in prices on repairs and suadries; conic
early aad avoid the rush.
mittee now raising mon- 33
2 ey for the afflicted I have
decided to donate the fol- 3
lowing: From next Mon- 35
day and continuing until 3
S: the flood is over I will give
lO per cent of of all sales 3
5 made on each Monday.
2 Dry Groocis rrS
Washington May 29. Tillman by
his resolution to further investigata
the sugar scandal put many colleagues
in the hole effectually. If the resolu-
ion is reported a loDg debate will en
sue to the postponement of the tariff
bill. MeKinley senators are dead
gainst postponement yet if the reso
lution is allowed to slumber in commit-
tee the charge that they dare not take
t up will gain credence. More than
one well laid plan has been upset by
Tillman's outbreak. The senate has
a' 1 along regarded Tillman as a dis-
turber but he never before 'so thor
oughly upset its equanimity.
Paris May 29. An Athens dispatch
to Le Journal says it is now known
there that after the Greek defeat at
Domokos tho Crown Prince Coostan-
tine learning of the animosity toward
him displayed in Athens wanted to
blow out his brains but was prevente d
by his officers.
Open Gambling in Chicago.
Chicago May 29. Gambling is wide
open again in tjnicago. as some oi me
places "cappers" on the outside arein-
iting- passersbv to games of chance
at the same time informing them that
the house is under police protection.
Winnipeg Man. May 29. Con-
stantine Kerr and Corporal Hockin of
the mounted police and Ernest Gran-
dy postmaster at Duck Lake were
shot dead today by Indians; one Indian
was also shot dead.
An English Syndicate.
London May 29. An English syn-
dicate has nearly completed arrange-
ment? to secure control of all tb.9 tube
manufacturing1 enterprises in America.
The purchase price will approximate
A Veteran's Suicide.
Philadelphia May 29. Francis
Bowers a veteran of the civil war
aged 69 hanged himself to a bed post
this morning. His reason for death
whs that Press'dent Cleveland revoked
A Gift Withdrawn.
Boston March 29. Architect
Meecham lias withdrawn his gift of
the bronze statue of the Bacchante to
the Boston public library deeply indig-
nant at the way the well meant gift was
A I'rcurlter Suicides.
Milwaukee Wis. May 29. Kev.
John Milk a Lutheran clergyman of
Chicago conlined in a sanitarium here
for a week hanged himself early this
YVhitdaw Itold Commissioned.
Washington May 29. The presi-
dent today signed the commission of
Whit-law Beid as special amb;issa'?or
of the Ucit2d States to the queen's
Paris Miy 29. Figaro makes em-
phatic denial that the Duke D'Alen-
' con whose wife perished in the charity
J bazaar is ubsut to enter a mon as try
Col. Earnest Dale is in town in con
nection with his big law suit.
Rev. Dr. J. S. Johnston of Western
Texas has gone on a European trip.
Rev. G. M. Dubois of Canyon City
returns home this week after wintering-
in this climate.
Special Agent Stokes of the treasury
department returned this afternoon
from his western trip.
Messrs. Stephenson and McNaughton
of tbe Herald staff returned today
from a pleasant trip down the Corrali-
Roscoe Houston son of the late U.
S. consul at Juarez has just graduated
with honors from the Macomb Ilia.
Officer George Herold is laid up to-
day because of injuries in his side re-
ceived yesterday while helping: move
rails at the break on the canal.
U. S. Consular Agent E. B. Light
and daughter of Guadalajara passed
through this afternoon en route from
Denver to Mr. Light's official station.
Rector Martin leaves for Nashville
on the first on an extended leave of
absence. Mrs. Martin and he will
spend a short time in Tennessee and
then go to the Magdalena mountains
near Socorro New Mexico for the
remainder of their vacation.
Revolution in Athena.
London. May 29. A revolution is on
in Athens. King George is barricaded
in his palace. Many advisers urge him
to fly at once. Should the king abdi-
cate Rally will probably be proclaimed
president of the new Greek republic.
The board of health is meeting1 'this
afternoon with these citizens Messrs.
Brock Escajeda Dix Cole3 and Emer-
son to talk up a plan of location .and
colonization for the flood refugees and
to provide for their sanitary condition.
S. H. Newman is not only high and
dfy but he is irrigating bis garden in
the midst of the flood as though noth-
ing had happened.
Celebrated for Its great leavening streng-
th and healthfulness. Assures the food
against alum and all forms of adultera-
tion comm. in to cheap brands Boi
Baking Powdw Co.. Hw York
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