El Paso Daily Times. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 315, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 28, 1885 Page: 4 of 4
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$ht 13ailg Jimta. I CURT court cullings,
List of Cases Called in the Dis-
THE orriVIAL TAPER Of THE CITY.
IL PASO. TEXAS, APRIL 28. 1885.
GIIITSD HTXTES SIGNAL SEKVICE.
JUSTICE DAVIS' LEVEE
El. I'aBO. Tkxas April 27, >S*V
Tfcn followlnt'sre ilir ob>er**t.oii» Iorto-d*y:
tompe ature.. *7 '*•
tfiip erature — •>' « •
M'tumla io umldity •••*' 3 •
Mfiintum ' eloci y of win*! 11 mi.e*pfr hoar.
Imposing Array of Litigation Dispos-
Fl N AGAIN' AT TJIK RINK.
The nicest fresh vegetables may be
found at Hosig & Ward's. Chid. aspara-
gus, rhubarb, p»a.«, etc. if
The I'lnk is
open every Tuesday and
Best cigars at Kohlberg Bros.
Just receive i a lull liue of G >M, Silver
aud Tubular Braid* at the People's store,
KICHAKK L. MATKK.
Mexican Filigree at 1'.
Go to tmk Kink no night aud iiave »
Situation wanted in a family.
work desired. Address E. II.,
SiiilohV ( ure will immediately relieve
croup, whooping cough and bituichiiis
For sale at ili«- Kit* <«r;in !e Piiiirinacy. in
work iu t-inall fuuiily.
Sp'in/, aii:a 1"« s ret t.
F.iiquire <.f Mrs
Build your homes uow vibil
cheap at Bassetl'*.
A wotiiiu to cook and do
house work. Apply to W. A.
State National Bank.
A splendid tiiiic.to-niglit.
Tive Rev. Kev. <ieo. II. Thayer, of
Bourbou, Intl., say»: "Both m\ sell am
wile owe our tiv s to Shiloh's Consump-
tiou cure " For sale at the Kio Granue
Pharmacy. • in
Wanted—Room aud board for gentle-
man and wife in private family, No
children. Address K., Times oftiue. 1
A FACT— Furniture cheaper than'eyer
nt the I llmaliu Fl'RNIIURE Coin
Opt lied an eh gatii line of ladies L'ara
sois and Oriental, Spanish and Kseiir.s
triuitiiing', at the I VopleV Store.
t( I.IC.'I AlttJ L. SI O KI!
Central 1!» statu ant, liist-class boatd
tti.OO per week. Siii^ie meals 35 cents
three fOr$l. If
Plume* iu all the delicate shadm at th
People's St die.
if RkhakdL. Matik.
'•llacknietack" a lasting and fragrant
pel'luuie. Price 21 and »> ceii s. Foi
■ale at the RioOrande Piiarin u y. m
A(-ro»» Hie RlT«r.
The street cat s on El IVo street wilt
take you toihe old and curious town oi
Paso dci None. There are many inteivrt-
ing ^is»bi^ on the other side and to aval
yourselv. s of the proper iu format 101
»top a> the switch on the Main street o)
ho old to.Ml ami von will tiud a latticed
port h on the left and a cozy wailhig
loom inside, where Messrs. I.ane & Whin
will sea-oil their advice with the choicest
Mexican cigars, wines an I li«jvi.>r«, aist
with Fr. nt h bra'mli"# and bonded
wluskeis. Don't forget this. tf
Condcnint Account of Yenterdey'i
V . .
Present the lion. T. A. Falvey, judge;
J. M. Deaii, K«ij., district attorney ^Sher-
iff White and Dis riet Clerk Clark.
Sheriff White and his deputies, Messrs.
Bennle and Comstock, appeared iucouit
aud qualified so as to lummou jurors
when selected by the jury commissioner*.
The following nanus compo»e the
(fraud jury, to wit: Win.Cefllu, Solo-
mon Schut7., .James Marr, A. E. Boulet,
M.Uliinan, E. Kt>i Ib-rg, George Kohl-
lieusr, ( h is. Davis, C R. Morehead,Wm
James, J. Callsher, and W. II. Carter.
Bailirt's—C. E. Bolding, K. Blacker, C.
M . Powell.
Riding JWilills—C. Benaviiles, R. Keat-
ing and F. Peiey. Appearance docket ta-
en and call for juries.
.John Gillette vs. R. Campbell.
G. II. Gid'ling* vs. R. K. Smith.
R. F. Diffendoi ffer vs. A. Lujan.
G. B. Z mpleinaii vs. Six-Salcido.
,J. L. \It Arthur vs. G. Mestas.
.1. P. Millrr vs. Y. Ochoa.
John Hancock v». Jno. A.Cunoining* et
ii. Schuster &, Co. vs. J. J. Cummlug*.
B. bs busier & Co. vs. M. J. Tuttle.
J ii i. B. 'l avs vs. J. B. Obenchain.
Jos. and M. E. Sweeney vs. Geo, and
T. VV, Pierre vs. W. S. llills and C. Q.
Smith and Fernaadis v.«. A. L. Ni-
Win. Gerlatit* vs. Biick A Forgaty.
Viet. B. Buck et ul vs. C. Clark et al.
J as Buchanan Sr. v*. J. R. Currie.
11 B. Clatlin A Co. vs. Wells, Farge &
Robt. Nit-bolls v». P. W. Keating A
Kale C. Tut hill vs. Wm. F. Tuthill.
Stuart A Shipman vs. James Camp-
Stuart A Shipman vs. W. R. Burchi-
County of El Paso vs. Benito Gon-
•Brush E'ectric As'ociatiou vs. Brush
ICIcctiic Light Company.
T. I. Bell, executor vs. Jas Campbell
Ci flia A Set ton vs. Biaek A Buckler,
Julian A Johnson vs. Boyd A Swain.
T. I>. Newton vs. Francis Hoibrook.
Coiirt on reopening after dinner or-
ganized the petit jury, and discharged
lie same for the remainder of the week.
The ci Iniinal docket in as then taken up
iiitl the following cas«< called : State ol
I'exas vs. II. Loyaetal; G.Suiiiga; G.
Oicuiu: C. Chiltlers; (J. F. Neiii; A-
Gonzales; J. Levan; C. Lara; C. Lara;
Mary Provost ; E. B. Gllden; S. 11. New-
man; S. 11 Newman; S. II. Newman.
No, 538.—W J Fewell vs. Geo Ash-
bridge. Patterson f«r plaintiff. Judg-
ment by consent of defendant for costs.
No. 539.—B Small vs. Hynes A Co.
Patterson for plaintiff. Judgment Wy de-
No. 540.—B Small vs. Firat National j
Bauk. Garnishment. Patterson for plain-
No. 641.—Armstrong Bros vs. Detwil-
er and Bros. Hunter A Foster. Passed.
No. .r> 12.—Stuart A McNair vs Hynes
A Earhart. Judgment by default.
No. 543.—Aloron et al, vs. Boyd A
Swain. Brack for plaintiff, for county
No. 514 —Solomon Batiman vs. Tut-
hill. Chandler for plaintiff. Continued.
No. 545,—Julian A Johnson vs. Etta
Clark. Patterson for plaintiff. Judg-
ment by default.
No, 546 —Wbita, assignee, vs. Rich-
mond. Hunter A Foster for defendant.
Set for Tuesday, 28, 1 p. m.
No. 527.—R M McKie vs Romero A
iiaxwell. Chandler for plaintiff. Passed.
No. 548.—Romero A Maxwell vs. Ilay-
aes et al. Patterson for plaintiff. Pass-
No. 549—Romero A Maxwell vs
Haynes et al and Ball. Continued.
No. $50.—Look et ux, vs. Wi de A
Riekabaugli. Caldwell. Sent to county
T H E P I E R S 0 N,
THE FINEST AND
BEST / FOINTED
JuLU X JuJu
Splendid Location. Beautifnlljr
Furnished Kooms. Superior
Cuisine. Polite Attendaued
W. J. MORPHY, Manager. _
Our elegant Summer Silkaat 62^ cants
per yard at the People's store.
tf Richakd L. Mater.
Fans, Fans, Faus, at the People's Store,
tf Richakd L. Mavee.
Dr. J. W. B ioth and Mr. Paul F.
Wagner, of I.as Cruces fame, came to see
us yesterday to announce the delightful
entertainment iu store for us next Satur-
day eveniug at the Schut* Opera House.
Don Jose Valeuzuela, of Chihuahua, is
in the city on land business.
Mr. M. Williams, the great octocyclist
pusher, is back from Chihuahua.
Sergent Dean, of the District Court
troop, is busy with the grind jury.
Look out for your bills, true bills especi-
Exclusively Patent medicines, Per-
fumes, Toilet ai tides, pure drugs and
chemicals. Prescriptions carefully coin-
pounded day and night.
F. H. Boiiuadaim".,
tf Palace Drug Store, El Paso street.
Three iron safes, in perfect order,
ply to O'Ferrall tS Co., auctioneer.
Large shipment of Little Joker Tobac-
co iu transit. Koiilbeug Bros.
What is the use to pay #1 if you can
get your oysters at the Link restaurant at
T6 cents per can. tf
(io to P. E. Keru's if you want
The rink Will be open to-night. Don't
fail to go. 28
Yesterday the foundation was laid for
a smelter at Las Cruces. It is the old
Organ smelter that has been operating
for some time at the Organ camp.
Piper Heidsiek chewing tobacco at
Kohlberg Bros. tf
Matting, Refrigeratory childrens' car-
riages, at the Ullmann FURNITURE
Dollars saved are dollars earned,
your Goods at the People's Store,
tf Richard L. Mavee
A Na»al Injector free with each bottle
of Shiloh's Cmarrh remedy. Price 50 cts
For sale at the Rio Grande Pharmacy, m
Fresh Sweet Cherries and luscious
Strawberries at Uoag A Ward's. tf
fresh fruit, new
R. B. Bias.
Mr. Ilenry Van Sickle, a wealthy resi-
dent of Carson Valley, Nevada, who has
been advertised tor under supposition of
having been murdered, was in the city
and left for New Orleans Ust night.
Are you made miserable by by indges-
tton, constipation, dizziness, loss ot apl-
petl'e, yellow skill ? .-drioii's V.ializer Is
■a positive cure. For *-,|j at the Hi
Grande l'lia; macy.
English, Oriental, Spanish and Ksi-iiri-
al Luces iu large variety, at Ihe Pe >pleV
ii i:i< HAIIK L. Maykii,
Pi.EASL'ltE AND AMt'SEMENl"
tU the rink.
low and lumber cheap
On April nt Hon k A Dieter will eoiv.-
nunceio deliver daily, I e to private
families. Se*iiu your orders. Teh-
phone No. 93. tf
Call at ihe 1 arlor and sample some of
O.F.C.whiskey, the best manufactured, tf
Proposala for cheap paper hanging can
be made to B. Small. tf
If you want to buy lumber and otliei
materials cheap, go to Bassett's. in
.U vrice'ji COURT.
For fine neatly titling boots or sic e« *o
to H Erduian. _ tf.
We ate lnroiined by our live i nl i re-
pres-llile A»s-ss >r, S. I.. Kahti. t i t he is
making a most thorough ami searching
assessment, and feel* nonrtdent of report-
ing a million dollars m »re in valuation
than was reported lastyeir. Mr. Kshn
informs us that San Elizario voted
against corporation the other day. 12s to
20. It was the cffot i of a >me to throw
what i* known as the San Eliz ir o grant
into a town govaruuiem und ;r lie cor-
poration laws of the state, which was
voted uowu. So it lematns under tbe
List ol Deponed of April *1, 1985.
No 5011.—H 1) White, assign**, vs. 8
P Fernawlis. Chandler for p alntiff.
No. 510.—11 D White, assignee, vs
limine. Chandler for plaintiff. Default.
No 511.—II l> White, aasignee, vs
Smith and Frruaiidi*. Chandler for
No. 5!'.i—Wm Richmond vs. Dunne,
■t al Cliantlhr for plaintiff. Set April
i»r». 10 a. in.
No. 515 —II l> White vs. John Oough-
er. .Iu Igment by default.
No. 51 ti —li 1> White vs. John Hol-
land, et ux. Continued.
No. 521.—-W A livin vs. A T A S F R
Rto. Blacker A Clardy. teller April
jS. 2 p. in.
No. 524.—Coalter vs. l>unne. Juilg-
iiient bv default.
No. 525.—Chas Ilolliugsworth vs Ed-
ward Clark. Millard Patterson. Judg-
ment by default.
No. 528.—Joseph Schut* vs. James Zu-
loaga. lLigue A Caldwell. Lapsed.
N'o. 528.—J E Boulet \s. James Marr.
Brack A Patterson for plaintiff. Blacker
A ('lardy for defendant. Set for April
2.4, 2 p. m.
No. 520.—Solomon Biiumaiiu vs. W F
Put hill. Chandler for plaintiff. Dismiss-
ed at plaintiff's cost.
No. 53tl.—Mu'rbesd vs. Stely A Wolfe,
l'.r. tUoe for plaintiff. Stanton for
defendant. Set for April 30,10 a. m.
No. 53J.—B Schuster A Co vs Benj F
iLnry. Millard Patterson for plaintiff.
Set f r Tuesday, April 2S, 10 a. in.
N<> 533.—B Schuster A Co vs. K C
Robfrts. Patteison for plai.itiff. Hun-
ter A Foster for defciideut. Set foi
Tuesday, April 28, 10 a. in.
No. "35.—I .en i^et vs. Ftng Foot. Geo
Look et al. Set for 'Jhursdav, April 30,
2 p. in.
No. 5"6 — Julian A Johnson vs. Mamie
Rawlins. Patterson Tor plaintiff. Judg-
ment bv default.
No. 537.—Meriitt vs. N Y Ag Co and
BeuX.-Willir. BUokjr ACiarJy. Passed.
A iiuiiiber of Third Cavalry officers are
in town nnd announce the early arrival
of the regiment, as soon ss the permit to
pass Mexican territory is received. The
raging Rio Grande is the whole cauae of
There is a new brick double tenement
house going up on the corner of Utah
and East Overland street for Captain
Harsh, of Mississippi. Mr. Warren con
The new livery stable on Oregon street
is fast approaching completion. Messrs.
Feruandis A Smith don't linger much
wiifcn they start on a work. They have
completed the large brick tenement
buildiug of Col. Baggs, near the Assay
office, in which there are twenty-eight
The splendid parody of Pocahontas
will be performed by the Las Crucea
Amateurs on Saturday evening next at
tlie Svliutz Opera House.
In another column will bs found the
advertisement of Detwiler Bros. A Co.
They are so well and favorably kuown
in Fl Pas > that they need no introduction
at our hands. They are prepared wi Ii a
complete outfit of diamond drills and
boring apparatus, aud can try for ar-
tesian water at a moment'* notice. Their
long experience In this line of. business
enables them to furnish correct and close
estimates of the cost of such work.
The called meeting of the El Paso Fire
Department for Monday evening was
postponed until to uight at 8.30, for the
purpose of electing a chief of the Depart-
ment. All members are iequeated to 1 e
E. A. S tv art,
The county of El Paso owns four lea-
gues of land in Fisher county, given to
us for school purposes. This land has
never doue us any irootl yet. It is u*ed
by cattle raisers who don't pay for its
use, but on tbe conttary tratnple its
naturally rich and luxuriant grasses into
lie ground. Now there are parties here
who offer to lease this Un I at the rate of
5 cents per acre for five years, and who
will put a good and substantial fence
witli durable posts around tbe whole of
it. This offer would bring into our
school fund about a thousand a year—
quite a nice little ilem, of which El Paso
would get the grea est I enellt, or we have
i grfater number of scho «l ch lJien than
the reraaindsr of the county. These
lands can be re..ted ea i r, and they
ought to be advertised forloise to tbe
highest 11 liter at once.
Folding aud Rattan chairs at the 1*11—
man FURNITURE company. tf
THE PIONEER HO USE A ND MOS T EXTE XSI I 'E
HENRY BENEKE, -
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
HARDWARE, STOVES AND TINWARE.
CUTLERY, GUNS, PISTOLS, MINER'S SUPPLIES,
AND AMMUNITION OF ALL KINDS.
Sole agent for
OHABTEB OAK STOVES.
El Paso Street. - - El Paso. Texas
REFINED & ELEGANT.
tST Everything to be had in the line of choice Imported and Domestic Wines
Liquors and Cigirs.
HERMITAGE, McBRAYER, AND SHERWOOD RYE WHISKEYS.
John F. Kopp, Manager.
CLUB ROOMS ATTACHED.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy—a positive
cure for catarrh, iliptheria and canker
mouth. For sale at the Rio Grande
When tbe wear aud tear of the business
day is over, recreation restores the mind
to its balance, and music soothes.the taut
uerves to a healthful repose. At the
It is better to pay a fair price for work
thoroughly executed than to have it
poorly done at half price. Dr. Townsley
being a. graduate of the Philadelphia
Dental College, all work intrusted to
his care will be performed according to
the latest and most approved methods.
Room No. 4, Davis block. tf
For dyspepsia and liver complain
you have a printed guarantee on every
oot tie of Shiloh's Vitalixer. It neverfaila
to cure. For sale at the Rio Grande
Everybody interested in miniu;/ in M«x-
ico ought to hare a copy of the wets Code.
It rnn l>e had at the Time* ojflee.
Why will you cough
Cure will give immediate
gu when Shilolt'a
llate relief. Price
10 cts , 50 cts. and §1. For sale at the
Rio Grande Pharmacy. m
The fi'ie Mining Cotl* of Mi.rict, cor-
rectly tr*n*latnl into Snylish, for toU ot
th* Timet oJRc*.
Mr. Jno. S. Kierski, who has purchas-
ed the stsiiouery stock of T. II. Borrad
aile, lias had quite au experience in this
line and merits a liberal patronage.
Ranch seven miles from El Paso will
take care of cattle or horses by the week
or mouth. Fine grass, plenty of water.
Apply to W. C. IIOfSK,
Coruer.EI Paso and San Francisco atreet,
Ul Paso, Texas. tuAth tf
Abreast and ahead of the times. The
finest liquors, the best brands of cigars,
chaiming music and an elegant club
room—at the '•Acme.1'
I am prepared to board gentlemen at
my residence on San Antonio stroet,
nearly opposite post office. Terms $6.00
tf Mrs. Joskimiink Newtok.
At the Times office can be had tht
M ii inj C'tde of Mexico. Price
"Music hath power to soothe the sav-
age breast,"and pure wine makes a mor-
tal foel divine- At the Acme.
A line imported Havana cigar, two for
25 cents at Kohlberg Br»*. tf
Two thousand tive hundred sheep and
range for sale by A. M. Janes, Lake Val
ley, N. M. t3M
Get « copy of the ncie Mining Code »f
Mexico at the Timet office, Price (tre
Produce I Commission,
THE ST. CHARLES LODGING HOUSE
Has the best furnished Mid the most cleanly kept reoms in the city, with pric#
TO SUIT THE TIMES,
J^-STREET CARS IN FRONT OF THE HOUSE.
MRS. F. II. MOORE, Proprietress.
(SUCCESSOR TO ROMERO & MAXWELL,)
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS and WALL PAPER.
DOES PAPER HANGING,
Painting in all its Branches.
El Paso, Texas.
Contractors and Builders
PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS
Estimates and Plans Free.
Detwiler Bros. & Co.,
CONTRACTORS USING THE FAMOUS
SULLIVAN DIAMOND DRILL.
For Boring Wells, Prospects and Mines and
Estimates Furnished on all Works.
Wat<hee, Geld »B<|
Also makes and puts down Carpets, Hangs Curtains, Repairs Furniture and Up-
holstering of all kinds. Shop on Main Plaaa by S. P. railroad track.
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