El Paso Times. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. Seventh Year, No. 101, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 3, 1887 Page: 1 of 4
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Real Estate and Insurance]
LANDS, &.c., &c.
San Antonio Street, - - El Paso Texas,!'
W. B. McLACHLKS.
-o-El Paso's Latest Enterprise.
"LA INT^RNACIONAL" Cigar Factory turns out only
Spanish hand-made Cigars of the finest Mexican
and Havana Tobacco.
SEVENTH YEAR. NO. 101
EL PASO. TEXAS, MONDAY MORNING. MAY 3, 1887.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY
ENNIS & CROSBY.
Real Estate & Oommission
ROOMS 3 AND 4 BRONSON BUILDING.
We have for sale or lease lots in all parts of the city.
Unimproven and improved business lots on El Paso, San
Antonio and East and West Overland streets.
Fine irrigable lands adapted for griape culture at towns of
Ysleta and San Elizario.
Desirable farming lands under cultivation and irrigable near
Mesilla and Las Cruces, N. M.
Call at once and secure bargains.
The Largest Assortment ati'l Stock In the Uuituil Status or Mexico. Bag and Wax Figures.
Indian Feather Work on i ards. Pottery from Guadalajara, made by the Altec Indiana,
Ancient and Modern Styles, Mexican Onyx from Pnobla, Mexico. In bright colon, finely
polished by the Indians. Filigree Jewelry, in Gold and Silver, made by native Indiana, ana
many other things. Call und Examine.
W. G. Walz,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, • ■ EL PASO, TEXAS
EMERSON & BERRIEN
EL PASO, TEXAS.
Mattresses and Ourtm.io mude to order. Prices lower than elsewhere. Largest
Stock in the Southwest. Determined to sell.
TO RENT AND SOLD ON SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
AND SHEET MUSIC,
Toys, Notions, Fancy and Sporting Goods, Etc..
Small Musical Merchandise of all kinds.
W. G Walz.
122 AND 24 FX PASO STREET,
I EL PASO, TEXAS.
EMERSON & BERRIEN
Full and complete .line of uietalic and cloth covered Caskets, Coffins, Under-
takers, Hardware trimmings, sliroudB, etc. Embalming made a Specialty. Best
ind latest improvements employed. Work done in this line guaranteed. Orders
}y telegram will receive prompt attention at no extra charge.
EL PASO STREET, EL PASO, TEXAS
ft. F. Johnson.
JULIAN & JOHNSON,
Wholesale Liquor Dealers
Sole Agents for
VAL BLATZ VIKMA BEER, MILWAUKEE. WIS.
E. E. RUSSELL
FURNITURE AND CARPETS!
EL PASO STREET, EL PASO, TEXAS.
EXAMINE OUR STOCK BEFORE YOU PURCHASE.
The Denver & Rio Grande Road
Eiect Offlceis, the
Declares a Dividend—1st. Louis and
San Francisco Opens its Hooks for
Inspection—Atlantic & Pacific Kills
a Few Passengers.
E. S. NEWMAN,
G. T. NEWMAN,
S. W. RUSSELL
The Denver & Rio tirande.
Denvkh, May 2.—The annual meeting
of tlie board of directors of the Denver
& Rio Grande road was held at the
Windsor hotel this afternoon. The ses-
sion was with closed doors and the bus-
iness Is not made public. In an inter-
view with one of the directors this morn-
ing it was learned that the resignation
of President W. S. Jackson, which was
sent in several weeks ago has been ac-
cepted and David H. Moffatt, jr., presi-
dent of the First National bank of this
city has been unanimously cho-
sen his successor Mr. " Moffatt
was re-elected a director and Walter 8.
Cheesman was chosen a director to fill
the vacancy caused by the resignation
of Mr. Jackson. During the meeting
the following was introduced and adopt-
ed : Whereas, the stockholders of this
company have been informed by its
board of directors that W. S. Jackson,
the president of the Denver <fc Rio
Grande Railway company has declined
a re-election to the position he has so
ably filled, therefore be it
Resolved, That the thanks of the com-
pany be extended to Mr. Jack-
Bon for bis creditable and
efficient management since the re-
organization of the company. Mr. H.
B. Fergusson, of Albuquerque, New
Mexico, appeared before the directors
and in behalf of a delegation of citizens
from ills city made the road a proposi-
tion to extend their line to Albuquerque
from Santa Fc which he supported by
an able argument. A delegation of cit-
izens from Buenavista also made a pro-
position to induce the com-
pany to build from Denver
to that city which Is known as
the " acequia cut-off" which it Is claim-
ed If built will shorten the distance be-
tween this city and Leadville some one
hundred and eighteen miles. The di-
rectors start on a tour of Inspection of
the road to-morrow morning and will
hold a meeting at Manltou to-morrow
afternoon, when the above propositions
will be considered and the bids for the
Glenwood Springs and Aspen extension
will be opened and the contract proba-
bly let. Mr, Moffatt immediately after
his election appointed 8. T. Smith gen-
eral superintendent of the Kansas Pa-
cific, to be the general manager of the
Denver & Klo Grande. It is
understood that Mr. Smith
has accepted the appointment. This ap-
pointment creates a new office in the
road All tbs other old officers were re-
appointed. Mr. Moffatt refused to speak
at present concerning the course be
would pursue in building the new line,
as he wanted to get acquainted with bis
new duties before he made any state-
ments. But from a prominent railroad
man it is learned that the contract for
the Durango.Rico and Sllverton branch-
es would be let as soon as the surveys
were completed, and estimates In the
new board is as follows: George Cap-
pell, Robt. B. Minturn. John J. Stadl-
ger, T. II. A. Tromp, David H. Moffatt,
jr., W. S. Cheesman, John L. Walsh, R.
T. Wilson, Adolph Ergle.
Dk.yviiis, May 2.—A report has just
reached here that the west bound pas-
senger train on the Atlantic and Pacific,
which left Albuquerque at three o'cleck
this morning heavily loaded with pas-
sengers was derailed fifteen miles east of
Coolidgc, New Mexico, about six this
morning and the train badly wrecked,
several killed and Injured. As the tele-
graph line is controlled entirely by the
road It Is Impossible to get particulars
Base Hall News.
Chicago, May 2,—The Philadelphia
Sporting Journal contained a dispatch
to the effect that Van llaltrsn, the Cali-
fornia pitcher, had decided not to come
to Chicago. President Spauldlng.of the
Chicago ciub, when spoken to about the
matter said : "Oh, I never have banked
very lieavll) on his coming here but we
have not given him up by any means.
If he does not want to come to Chicago
let him go to Pitersburg and play out
his engagement. It seems to m« that It
would be the proper thing to do.
I imagine, however, that Ca-
lifornia baseballists are large-
ly responsible for Van Haltren's
failure to show up at Pittsburg, and if
so they are placing a halter around their
necks which they may feel tighten be-
fore another season arrives, Van Hal-
tern says he will be open to eastern en-
gagements next season. I do not know
whether he will or not," President
Spalding then stated that the league
might blacklist Van Haltern for not
keeping his engagement and take actios
to prevent any league or association
playing from going to California to take
part in the winter games of ball with
any club that recognized Van Haltern
as a player In good standing.
At Hastings, Nebraska—Lincoln 9,
At Cincinnati—Cincinnati 7, Louis-
At Pittsburg—Pittsburg 8, Detroit 3.
At Baltimore—Baltimore 25, Metro-
At Washington—Washington 4, New
At Indianapolis—Indianapolis 9, Chi-
At Philadelphia-Athletics 17, Brook-
Real Estate and Commission Agents,
NEWMAN & RUSSELL
Rooms 10 & 11, State National Bank Building.
Town Lots and Valley Lands. Special attention paid to Mexican Properties
C orrespondence Solicited.
El Paso Grain and
Forwarding and Commission Merchants.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
SAM MALIN, Proprietor.
M. A. DOLAN, Manager
WEST OVERLAND STREET.
Finest Livery in the City
KB ED AND GALE STABLES. CORRAL ATTACHED
El Paso Casket; & Coffin Co
J, B. MOTT, Manager,
Chicago, May 2.—Vice-President Pot-
ter, of the Union Pacific, has offered to
General Passenger Agent A. C. Dawes,
of the Hannibal & St. Joe, the place of
general manager of the Oregon Railway
and Navigation company. Mr. Dawes
will probably accept.
Shipments" of Pacific coast freight
from Chicago have Increased from two
and three cars to an average of twenty
car loads daily since the new rates were
[>ut into effect last week. The increase
s principally in low class freight, such
as furniture, buggies, high wines, etc.
Nashvillk, Tennessee, May 2.—Six
thousand persons witnessed the opening
day of the new west side park. The day
was beautiful. Six furlongs for three-
year-olds and upwards-Editor won,
Lewis second, Mamie Hunt third. Time
Seven furlongs, three-year olds and
upwards—Birthday won, Aristocrat
second, Charley Marks third. Time
Half mile for two-year old lillys—
Mercia won. Corregan's filly second,
Bertha third. Time 51}.
Five furlongs for two-year old colts—
Backhound won, Ivanhoe second, Anl-
ban third. Time 1:04}.
One and one-eighth of a mile for
maiden three-year olds-Kgmont won,
Hottentot second,Big Three third. Time
Land Ofltce Decision.
Washington, May 2—Acting Secre-
tary Muldrow has alllrmed the decision
of Commissioner Sparks of the general
land office rejecting the application of
the state of California to select as in-
demnity school land, a double minimum
in lieu of minimum. This decision fol-
lows that of the department In the re-
cent case of California vs. Smith. Act-
ing Secretary Muldrow has directed the
commissioner of the general land office
to demand from the California A Oregon
Railroad company, a reconveyance to
the United States of a section of land In
the Marysville, California, land district
patented to the company March 18.18S3,
if appearing from special reports and
affidavits accompanying them that said
section is unquestionably gold mineral
The National Debt.
Washington. May 2.—The following
is a recapitulation of the debt statement
issued to-day: Interest-bearing debt,
total $1,108,459,380; debt on which in-
terest lias ceased since maturity $0,504,-
015; debt bearing no Interest
$594,211,573. Total debt, principal
and Interest $704,174,907; total debt,
less available cash Items $1.340,080,498;
net cash in treasury, $34,840,088; de-
crease of debt during month, $13,053,-
098; cash in treasury available for tbc
reduction of public debt, $204,118,457 ;
net cash balance on hand, $34,880,088;
total cash in treasury as shown by the
treasurer's general account, $400,105,-
A Decision at Last.
New 1'ork, May 2.—Judge Donahue
has rendered a decision ordering the
St. Louis & San Francisco railroad com-
pany to allow Oppenhelmer & Co. to In-
spect Its books.
Philadelphia, May 2.—The Penn-
sylvania railway to-day declared a
semi-annual dividend of two and one-
half per cent.
Funerals in El Paso and adjacent country will have our best service and
Orders by telegraph promptly answered.
EL PASO STREET.
New York Gossip,
N«w York, May 2.-Aetlon for abso-
lute divorce was brought by Mrs. Alice
O'Keefe against Itoss Wlnans, a Balti-
more millionaire, has again been decid-
ed adversely to her. The general term
of the superior court to-day handed
down the decision affirming the judg-
ment of the court which decided that
O'Keefe was never married to Wlnans.
Chief Justice Meadam, of the city
court, to-day removed Krnest Harvler
from the receivership of Bartly Camp-
bell's estate and appointed a Mr. Palmer
or the Madison Squire Theatre In his
Walter Delmar. ofE. L. Oppenhelmer
<fc Co., who are trying to compel the St.
Louis A San Francisco railroad to pro-
duce their transfer nooks (or Inspection,
wss drawn as juror In the supreme court
to day. He informed the eourt it was
known he Intended to go to St. i^juls
to-morrow to attend the annual meet-
ing in St. Louis, and stated that some
peculiar manipulations had been gone
through to get him detained here in
court. Judge Donohue reprimanded
him for casting an Insult upon the court
officials, but Delmar inalated he could
prove his statement. The court refuses
to excuse him and directed him to pro-
duce Ula affidavit.
Mil! Absorbs She Bullish House
of Commons and
THE FISHERIES QUESTION.
The Canadian Parliament — Cholera
Disappearing — Papal Appoiutmants
—Schnaebeles to be Pensioned—Ber-
lin Wossip, Etc., Etc.
All Relieved to be Lost.
Denver, May 2.—A Port Huron dis-
patch to the News says: Captain Fitch,
of the schooner Thomas L. Parker, ad-
mits that the schooner Lonle O'Nell
went to the bottom of Lake Erie after
colliding with his vessel and says that
he believes that every member of her
crew perished. The reason he did not
make this statement when he reached
Amherstberg was that he hoped that
some of the crew might have poBSibly
escaped in the small boats and he
hesitated about reporting the loss of the
vessel for fear of causing unnecessary
anguish to those who had relative's
A Defaulting Official.
Long Island City. May 2.—At a lata
hour last night Justice Brandon Issued
a warrant for the arrest of District At-
torney Thomas F. McGowan, on the
complaint of Supervisor VanNestrand
Newton, who charges; McGowan with
misappropriating town funds. McGow-
an is believed to have gone to Canada.
He left here on Saturday in the after-
noon and did not return. The actual
amount of tbc defalcation so far a« Is
known is $19,000
House of Commons.
London, May 2.—In the house of com-
mons to-night Healy moved that the
first clause of the crimes bill ba so
amended so as to Indicate clearly to
what proportion of Ireland the bill
would be applicable. He suggested that
the word '• proclaimed districts" be
omlttea and that Kerry Londary and
Belfast be Inserted Instead. Balfour,
chief secretary to Ireland, declined to
accede to this proposition. He said the
government intended to apply the clause
in all parts of Ireland whero the preva-
lence of crime justified such action. Mr.
Healy a6ked If blood-stained Belfast,
where troops had been shot and police-
men murdered, was to go free while the
miserable rack-rented districts in the
southwest were to be punished. Mr.
Balfour replied that the government
would exercise perfect Impartiality In
suppressing disorder everywhere. La-
boucber said the scope and aim of the
bill was to crush out the nationalists,
leaving orangemen to do anything they
liked. The administration law was so
bound up with the orange faction that
It oould not be impartial. Mr. Glad-
stone suggested that the words "dis-
claimed districts " remain, but that the
districts be defined under other clauses
of the bill. The answer of Mr. Balfour
that all districts would be treated im-
partially was not sufficient, because the
minister had often referred to particular
parts of Ireland where the bill was
meant to operate. No doubt the people
of Belfast regarded with disgust and
horror the prevalance of disorder in
their uildst, but the same apology was
equally good for other districts. (Hear,
hear ) The conduct of some persons In
Belfast recently stained the name of
Ireland more than the conduct of the
people of any other part of Ireland had.
The amendment proposed by Healy that
Inquiry bn made only when evidence
has been withheld. The count on inti-
mation was rejected by a vote of 200
After the discussion had lasted two
hours and a half Healy moved that the
high court, not the attorney-general, bs
empowered to order en Inquiry. Gib-
son, solicitor-general for Ireland, repli-
ed that the government was unable to
accept the amendment. Gladstone, ris-
ing, replied to the statement by Elliott.
He (Gladstone) is responsible for equal-
ly a strong system of live years
ago, said Elliott and overlooked the dif-
ference, namely, his bill had been direct-
ed against crime, while under discussion
(Cries Oh, Oh.) at least, he added, ths
present bill was directed against acts
not hitherto considered crimes In any
way, he would not renew his former pro-
posals bees use he was convinced they
aggravated evil. Haldane, a home rule
liberal, proposed to substitute "judge"
for "high court"; Healy assented. W.
II. Smith, first lord of the treasury,amid
cries of "shame" moved to enforce the
cloture. The motion was carried, 257 to
135. Gladstone and other opposition
leaderswalked slowly into the opposition
lobby while I'arnellltesand Gladstonlans
stood cheering wildly. Healy's amend-
ment was rejected 201 to 142. Nolan
moved to report progress on the bill.
W. II. Smith said the government was
unable to agrea to this because <mly 9
out of 140 amendments to (he first clause
were disposed of, latter, however, pro-
gress was reported.
New York, May 2 —Legal represents-
the truth of the report that a boycott
fives of the Marquis In this city deny
has been placed upon the Marquises
meat supply establishments here. They
assert they'recelved positive assurances
from members of dls
suiborlnatlon has been given by that
body for any such boycot(, nor* have
thev had It under contemplation
lstrlct assembly 19
Labor (o the effect that no
No Tangible Clue.
San Francisco, May 2.—Detective J.
W. Thatcher, of Wells, Fargo A Co
who was sent from here to Tucson to
trace the train robbers, sent the follow
Ing dispatch to-d-iy to the company's
headquarters of this city: "Tucson-
No tangible clue to train robbers have
Louisville, Ky., May 2.—The large
warehouse of Brown, Johnson A, Co..
Fourteenth and Maple streets, logether
with (be nine story grain warehouse of
Btratton Bros, adjoining, and fourteen
freight cars losded with grain burned
this morning. I,oas twe hundred and
fifty thousand dollars.
Pittsburg, Pa., My 2.—The hollers
of the tog boat J. C. Richer burst at an
early hour this morning while the steam-
er was passing Woods Run, a few miles
below this city. A man named Hayes
wss instantly killed and two others fa-
ed two months. At the end of his leave
he will be entitled to retire on a pension.
He asserts that the German Commissary
Goutch who Invited him to Arcs point-
ed him out to German detectives, who
arrested him. A German official report
of the affair says: A commissary
named Fauscli was entrusted with the
task of arre sting Schnaebeles and It is
probable ihat tlie names of Fausch and
Gautch were incorrectly mixed by those
who accused Gautch with treachery to
Paris, May 2—The remains of the
composer Rossini were dlslntercd at
Pere la Chlrse cemetery yesterday in
the presence of the Russian ambassador
and a throng of admirers of Rossini's
works. There were a number of ora-
tions and then the procession wss form-
ed which escorted tbo coffin from the
cemetery and the band of the Republi-
can Guardsplaving selections from Ros-
sini's works. The remains of the com-
poser will be taken to Florence to-day
for reburial. They will be accompanied
by Bolto. Verdi was asked to accom-
pany theni but refused.
Rome, May 2.—Cardinal Rampella has
bean appointed papal secretaryof state,
Monslgnor Agio aide secretary of extra-
ordlnyecclesiastical affairs; Monslgnor
Rotelli papal nuncio at Paris; Monsig-
nor Ualimertl nuncio at Vienna, and
Monslgnor ScUla nuncio at Munich.
These appointments will be confirmed
at the consistory to be held on the 22nd
Saukim, May 2.—Deserters report that
lladon Dowa Arabs, assisted by other
friendly tribes, have dislodged tiie Sou-
danese rebels from Kassal, and have
captured Osman Degra and Abu Girga
London,Slay 2.—The Marquis ofllart-
ington writes a letter to the liberal
Unionists advising them to organize as a
party for the purpose of maintaining
Berlin, May 2.—Frank Lenbach, the
famous portrait painter, has been be-
trothed at Rome to the Countess Mag-
dalena Vonmoltke, relative of Marshal
Berlin, May 2,-It is officially stated
that Germany has no intention of pro-
claiming a state of siege In Alsice-Lor-
Trial of Express Robbers.
St. LOi.is, May 2.—The case of David
S. Frothsrlngham, alleged to have beeu
an accomplice In the robbery of Adams
express on St. Louis anil San Francisco
railroad by "Jim Cummings," some
months ago, was callcd in the criminal
court this morning and both sides an-
nounced their readiness for trial. The
work of empaneling a jury was pro-
ceeded with at once. At 2 p. m. four
jurymen had been obtained.
The Fisheries Question.
Ottawa, Ontario, May 2.—Abrlef dis-
cussion on the fisheries question took
place In the house of commons to-night.
Ellis, the New Brunswick member, ask-
ed for a return of all United States ves-
sels boarded, wurned or interdicted by
Canadian fisheries. Protect the fishe-
ries with the protection fleet. He ra-
cited a number of cases who reported
harsh treatment of American vessels by
Canadian officers. He said already 120
complaints had been filed in Washing-
ton. Thompson, minister of Justice,
said Ellis was too flattering when he
termed American port reports of llltreat-
irient evidence. The particulars the
English had glyen were selections from
a number or rambling and Inaccurate
statements made agalnat British and
colonial ports by persona who received
a general Invitation to send in all claims
they could possibly bring against the
nation which was supposeu In the end
to pay a bill of damages. It transpired
not only from Investigations of these
complaints, but subsequently by the ad-
missions of some persons w ho made the
statements they did so utterly without
foundations, were reckless and ware of-
tentimes based on misapprehensions and
a want of knowledge of the clrcumstan
ces. When the papers were brought
down it would be found that
the statement of a distinguished
member of (be government of (he
United States that Canadian fisheries
laws relations had been administered
with brutally, was as preposterous an
exaggeration as could be round In the
English language (loud applause.) FoS'
ter, minister of the fisheries, declined to
bring down the Instructions to the pro-
tective fleet on the ground that It wouid
be criminal to properly carrying them
o-itand might hamper the negotlatloaa
Lima, May 2.-Reports from Chill re-
garding cholera under date of yesterday
are very encouraging, the number of
deaths at Santiago de Chill and Valpa
raise were decreased notably, only six
having taken place in both cities within
twenty-four hours Fourteen new casea
hsd appeared, free communication is re>
stored between (he capital and the port,
and steamers now sail regularly on their
trips along the southern coast of
Chile without detention or delay
and It Is probable that within a fort-
night the dreadful visitant will have dis-
appeared. L'p to yesterday 2873 persons
had fallen victims to (he epidemic In
Santiago de Chili alone.
Rooms 2 and 4, Mundy Build
ing, El Paso Street}
Valley Lands a Specialty
WE HAVE FOR SALE:
Acre property In the valley.
Lots In all (he additions t» the city.
Brick dwellings with conveniences.
Improved business property on XI
Desirable residence lot* north of S. P
R. R. track.
Valuable Improved property on San
Improved and unimproved property la
all parts of the city.
Give us a call before purchasing. Wa
sell you bargains In El Paso property.
Couple of Cranks.
Cincinnati, May 2.—This morning an
unknown man jumped oil of the suspen-
sion bridge with suicidal Intent and was
drowned. This afternoon Steve ISrodle,
who has lumped from I lie Brooklyn
bridge,made a jump from the suspension
bridge and was picked up by a yacht,
at kansas citi".
The Live Stock Indicator reports:
Cattlk—Receipts fjii, shipments none.
Shipping steers steady, butchers steers
and cows strong, good to choice ship-
ping 4.59 to 4.70; common to medium
1.80 to 4.40; feeding steers 4.50 to 3.90;
cows 2.25 to 3.90.
Shkkp—Rcaelpts 540, shipments none.
Market firm, good to choice 3.50 to 4.50;
common to medium 3.45 to 4.25.
Cattle—Receipts 2,000, weaker for
beeves, 10 off shipping steers nine hun-
dred and fifty pounds to fifteen hundred
pounds 4 to 5.10; stackers feeders 2.90 to
4.40; Texas cuttle 2.25 to I.
Shkkp— Receipts 1000, stronger wooled
4 to 5.20, shorn 3 to 4 35, T'exans 2,124 to
at new york.
Money—On call cany I to (1 closed of-
fered 5; silver unchanged, exchange un-
Stock—The market (o-day was the
dullest for a week, tbo opening was
generally firm while the Missouri Paci-
fic showed an advance of J the first few
honrs of business. The elosc was dull
and steady, Gorernment bonds dull
Fine wa(ohSs demagnetized and war-
ranted at Thro. Rothschild's.
El Paso Exempted.
A. D. Shepard.freight and ticket agent
of the Texas & Pacific at El Paso, re-
ceived yesterday an official copy of the
dispensation granted by the interstate
commerce commission, April 19th,grant
ing authority to the receivers "for the
transportation of property over their
road to El Paso at. lower rates than are
charged to local points on the same
line." The application of the receivers
Is "granted temporarily, subject to mod'
Ideation or revocation by the commis-
sion at any time ." There Is also u res-
triction "that said receivers while this
order remains In force, shall not in any
case charge or receive compensation for
the transpor(a(ion of property, between
stations on said line where more is charg-
ed for a shorter than for a longer haul,
which shall be greater than the rates In
force March 31,1887, schedules of which
have been filed with die commission."
A copy of the order must bo posted pub-
licly at all stations.
The I'sorla watch called "Special
Railway Scrvlce" at Rothschild's.
The District Court.
The May (erm of the district eourt
for El Paso county was opened yester-
day by Judge Falvey. The general jury
was empaneled and fines entered against
defaulting jurors. The panel for the
petit jury did not bring forth enough
ii.en to afford the necessary numbsr.
Court will meet at 9 o'clock tills morn-
ing and tho grand jury will begin Ita
se'sslon at the same hour to-day. The
grand jury consists of E. K. Kellogg, T.
W, Hammond, Joseph Tibbetts, w. B.
McLachlin. A. Cazaux, J. ('allsher.Qeo.
Ashbrldge, T. B. McNair, 11. M. Mundy,
I. Jlaao, Noyes Rand and Alex. Tays.
Have your monogram engraved at
Rothschild's Diamond Palace.
Over El Paso National Bank
EL PASO, TEX,
After the 3d of May the Diamond Pal-
ace will be prepared to do all kinds of
engraving, in Script, Block and Old
English monograms at the premises.
Also make a specialty in demagnetizing
Watches, changing key-winders to stem-
wlnders. All kinds of badges and new
jewelry made to order at short notice by
the finest workmen.
Tuko. Rothschild, Prop.
People are always looking for
something new, and more
especially I lie ladies, who as a
class appreciate anything^ new
and beautiful, l'ar more thao
men. Now ladies if you really
wish to see something beautiful
and of the latest pattern, call at
Irvin & Co.'s and examine their
stock of Wall Paper just re-
ceived. No trouble to show
goods, and wo guarantee bottom
prices oil anything we sell.
WE HAVE OVER ONE HUNDRED
PATTERNS TO SELECT FROM.
W. A. IRVIN & CO-,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists and
Hchnaebcles lo be Pensioned.
Paris, May 2.—Scbnaebelas leave of
abaence from the office of commissary
at Pagny, Bur-Moselle, hai bean axtend-
Key winding watches changed to stem
winders at Rothschild's.
Fine engraving at abort 1
Rothschild's Diamond Palace.
at short notice at
ICE CREAM PARLOR,
St. Louis Street, opposite the plaza,
—-i ALL KLNDS OK;
Fancy Creams Sherberts and Ices
Our Ice Cream is made from Pure Cream only.
T. W.SIMIIT H.
P O B. 111.
Night soil removed from all parts of
the city. N uUances of all kinds removed
on short notice. Removal of nuisances
In private families and business houses
by the week properly attended to. Dis-
infecting a specialty. AH orders e xe
cuted according to city ordinance at rea
E. C. PEW,
EL PASO SHOE
FOR YOUR BOOTS AND 8HOBS
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