El Paso Times. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. Seventh Year, No. 101, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 3, 1887 Page: 2 of 4
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t hc ilaiH) Times,
Tl.UKs rrHUSHING COUPANY.
jttan s. IIakt PrwMents
r <i» Hamilton TrfMum.
Kl. I'ASO. TEXAS. MAY 3. 1887.
tVliTiiwI In the at)-. per week " ">
mini vvuv kat™i>ay to CAttnui
DAII.Y—BV M All..
hyariam.V is jnvjMt.
One yew "Jj
tint' month* •••••»••*
Toany l>»rt of Mexico, W i'*iiltl<W»l per yea*
to cover poetare.
11» 'fivw l« the only <lally piper puMUhed
hi Ki l'»»" viith (lie A«iOcl»te(l I'reM iUl-
Mr. II. Sm>tlie i»our only sutliorized ivav-
TheTmis 4* on itl* on tlie railroad trains
rnnnlng In and out of KI Pa»u, ami 11)' ">« ful-
1 owing agenU
O Turner, "Grand Central" Kl Pmo.
W. A.Irvin A Co "
Palace Newa Stand
I'ieriOii Hotel Newa Stand "
F. P. lloeck City of Mexico.
C.M.St. Illll "
II Stieliel Chlhualioa
I.. TUutn "
I.tuvrcuw l.sj.ulnt l.aa Cmcea, N.M.
Depot News Stand Doming "
w. K ueonanl Socorro
Chaa. Vale. Jr. Klngnton
G. M. Carpenter, Silver City "
Nicholas Powere "
n[e i os in.* ix
(jlllf!ACi<>>~Sf. Washington Street, at Mis-
aourl I'Mlllf. R It I'awenger oflleu.
SKW YOUK — Grand Central Hotel
contact and the blessing of cheap 1*
bor." The Southwest, published In
Fort Worth and edited by M. J. Dolan,
one of the Knights of labor's best men.
miy* "that satis cheap John's chance
for the preildentlal norainatlo.n He
would have a happy tine Indeed ex-
plaining 'the bleating of cheap labor'
to the worklngmen of the country In a
presidential race. John Sherman is one
of the snide statesmen who helped give
the country the 'blessing of cheap labor.'
If John had to handle a pick or shovel
ten hour* dally, for ninety per day, to
make u living he would appreciate tho
blessings of cheap labor."
oi K CIIHMATION.
lietldn* covering tliorougldy tire local Held,
nil. T1MK.S lli IIUJVKHKI) llAII.V 111 (A Mill Rill
u the following towua at tliu li.ior named ON
Tlltli.U OK 1'Ulll.ICATION'
1*M0 did Norte lla.rn Clifton.A T., II p ni.
Doming, . I p. in. I.ord»lmrg, . ilp m.
Silver Clt> i p m KingatoH .lop.in.
I.in Unices. li! noon
We reaeli alao ON DAY Of PDBI.ICATIon
tho following place#:
IK SKW MKAK.'O
Antlioiy .Dona Ana Kurt Selden
IllMi , I.ake Valley Han Mantel
Kngle anil Socorro.
Howie Wilcox .Nughlea
Uanaun Hunchnea Duncan
't'lK'Aiui ami Carlisle,
VV k hue many aubscrihora In the Texas towns
of Yaleta. < amp Itlec, Socorro, San Kll/arlo,
fort Hancock, sierra Ulauca, Kovt Davla and
Hurra, and we circulate In JMKIICO at every
point along the Mexican Central ltallroad .
international kace coukhe.
on« of the suggestions of Senator
llcarst, when Interviewed by one of the
Timks stuff, wits an International race
t-otirsft in El 1'itso. This we feel Assur-
ed is one of the necessities of our city,
undone of ilie coming auxilllarlei'whlch
will be productive of great good to vast
armies of |ieople. The interest felt by
many of the stuck men of Kl Paso and
the country surrounding It In Improved
atoek lias occasioned the investment of
large sums of money, and it is believed
that the stock of till* seciion will com-
pare favorably with that of the eust or
wesi for speed, beauty, general make up
and attractiveness. As Hie senator so
well expressed it, an international race
course In this city "ou>>ht to be the beat
in the world." We have the enterprising
atookmen here to make it such, and
when made will bring together thou-
sands of persous to witness the annual
and semi-annual trials of speed front the
great horses or the north, the far we't.
the east ami the south as well as Mexico
and the territories. As it Is now there
ll no trotting park of any w ell known
character nearer than the City of Mex-
ico, St. I.ouls, Denver and New Orleani,
although Dallas. Fort Worth, I.oa Ange-
les, Sim Antonio und other cities have
small parks which prove of much sign!
Hull our citizens qome together at
onee and In a spirit of honest pride and
determination Kl Paso can soon boast of
an International race course that will be
appreciated by people from every state
inthel nlOn. I.et a meeting be culled
this week and the good work begun. Do
not let Senator Hearst predict In vain.
Tun firemen's state association meets
at Templeton, on Wednesday of next
Th» daMy Is a favorite (Jeeigfl tyl
Bracelets made eftlffoly Of blood fcoijtt 4r»
new this season.
For tho theatre and concerts, a light colored
bonnet Is de rigeur.
A jaunty Jacket, tailor made, is of * gray
cloth sot off with brood lace trimming.
Neapolitan violet is one of tho mo«t delicate
of tho new tints, but it Is becoming only to
Black lace scarfs worn by the ladle* on the
•street aro a revlral of a fashion of nearly
tweuty-llve years ago.
Handmndo and handworked napkins are
very much in Vogue, aud aro wrought very
elaborately in'somo cases.
The white plush card case has an interlining
of sachet powder, which is delicate enough to
jtut suggest an odor to the cards
The ribs of the rich new parasols are tipped
with tortoise bhell, gilt or silver, after the old
fashions in our graudmotheri' times.
Gathered gauze on a light wire frame, with
a diadem of roses or other (lowers in front,
partly hidden under a light plaiting of gaiue
—eucli Is the prevailing style of bonnet.
Tulle and gauze in HkIiI and dark shades,
with flowere all colors and sizes, will Iw used
for spring bonnet*. The favorite tints are
heliotrope, water green, rose and uioas green.
The uleevesof all the new French dresses
ore very full at the nrmholo and do not lit
tho arm tightly, except Iwlow tho elbow. The
French inillincrm call this the "American
Who steals my purse nowadays does not
always steal trash, for some of the little silk
purses are treanures In themselves. The rings
and bars aro of gold and of tho daintiest
workmanship, sometimes with designs In col-
ored enamel und sometimes sot with all kinds
of precious stones.
At a recent wedding a tin box was pro-
vided, in which was placed a sheet of paper
containing the autographs of all present, ■
list of the gifts received, photographs of
bride ami iji'ooin, a piece of the wedding cake
and of the bride's dress, one of her gloves,
some of the orange lilossom» and anything else
of interest,. The box was semrely fastened,
not to be reopened for twenty-live yean,
ACR08S THE SEAS.
Nkm Vons has pussed the bill making
Saturday afternoon a legal holiday, In
that state, I lie old Empire, that law
gives thirty-six hours rest each week,In-
stead of twenty-four.
IlMororit Dana, of the Now \ oik Sun,
Is sour on Cleveland, He says t lint
whenever it becomes upparcnt that tlu
democracy are to be beaten at ihe next
presidential race he will favor the re-
nomination of President Cleveland.
'J'jik liev. Sam Jones says; "HI watit-
a«l tc get good, square Judgment on
something 1 had dons, I would rather go
to a newspaper olllee than to any court
ofjustlce. I know that newspapers probe
Into men's characters, and the pure need
not fear all the presses In America , The
way to be safe from so-callud newspa-
per attacki la to be a christian. The re -
porters are the beat detective force In
the country. They have bright uiore
criminals to justice and punctured more
shams than all other agencies combined."
Ai Birmingham, Alabama, John Sher-
man, of Ohio, said In his great speech
biddingrorthe presidency, "I can see
no reasot: why this will not be a great
industrial center of uncomparable proa •
perity, with coal and Iron In such close
There are 51,631 more women than men In
The volunteer military cor]* of (treat Brit-
ain numbers men.
The slave trade flourishes openly on the
Madagascar coast. The slaves are captured
in t he interior of the island by French agents
Queen Victoria was lately presented by one
of Iter subjects with tho engraved diamond,
signet ring which belonged to Henrietta
Maria, the consort of Charles I.
A charming village named lit Tour, In the
department of Ardeche, in Krance, has be-
come uninhabitable owing to the number of
I'riuies, und the peoplo have migrated in a
body to moro ]*>nceful regions.
After a recent eloctlou in the Tburingian
\ Hinge of lieiligeiitbnl, the village crier went
about vainly offering Ave marks reward to
any one who would name u person who cast
n vote for the Socialist Hasenolever,
There aro now 5,820,1X10 Catholios in Oreat
Britain and Ireland. The Catholic |>opula-
Uon Of Scotland is 350,000 and that of Eng-
land 1,500,000. The Catholic imputation of
tho British Empire is more than 10,000,000.
The king of Denmark won't have a soldier
in his army nolens tlie man has a largo and
robust nose. Such wises Indicate ftrmueas of
character, und tlie ninety-seven men who
compose the Danish army must be depended
on to rejiel nil invasion.
The Russian royal family have abandoned
the pro|sjsod Journey to tlie Crimea owing to
grave reports received from the Interior. Two
hundred ami sixty political arrests were made
at Odessa on Knstcr Sunday, Five jiersons
were surprised in a cellar there while ongaged
in tilling bom!*.
'I he drink bill of Great Britain and Ireland
for 1HS0 was .t 169,908,«8, or £3 7s. 8d. per
bend This shows n continual decrease since
INTil, when the quantity consumed was £147,-
IWK.T.V.I, or M U& per bead. There baa boon
an increase in tho consumption of beer, but a
largo falling off in spirits.
The pope will receive, on the occasion of
his sacerdotal jubilee, from tho sultan of
Turkey u ring valued at over >20,000, from
the empress of China and queen regent of
H|«iu presents of a splendid character, from
Emperor William a rich piece of Jewelry,
from Quoen Victoria a sumptuously bound
copy of the "Vulgate'' and from l*resident
Grevy a Sevres vase and inkstand.
THE FAR WEST.
At Carson Chinese opium smokers are made
to clean the street*.
College girls at McMlimiville, Ore, are said
to have the habit of smoking cigarettes on
A schoolmaster at Lodi, Cal., whipped
fifteen girls liecause they turned up their
nose.< at liiui.
In Gothic, Cal., there are now only twelve
inhabitants, eight men ami four women. The
daily pu|ier has suspended.
There was> thrilling spectacle at Ked Bluff,
Cal., the other day, when Governor Bartlett
at a public reception was kissed by [fifty
Dead wood claims to lie the givatest Chinese
town in the country. Tho Chinese have
drowned out opposition in the waabee busi-
uuss: they compete successfully in the silk,
ten and oilier lines, run restaurants, raise
pigs and chickens, and patrouiue opium dives
aud joj houses.
Practically California has four lluited
Slates senator i. .Nevada senators never live
in that state, but when not in Washington
make their homo in Ban Francisco. Fob1,
whose term lias Just expired, did not spend a
week in Nevada during his six years as sen
ator. J ones lives In Kan l'rancisco, as does
Stewart, who succeeds Fair.
A young man residing in Lincoln, Placer
county, Cal., Is credited with optical organs
possessing the peculiarities of those of an owl.
He can see but little in daylight, scarcely at
nil in the sunlight, but at night hii vision is
perfect; be can penetrate the darkness with
his ijoculiorly shaped out! nocturnally con-
structed eyes, aud distinguish objeets at long
distances when the ordinary individual can-
not see his hand before him. His wonderful
sight lias beon tested by many , and as a guide
at night he has no equal.
An Albuquerque, New Mexico, editor, who
expected a gang of lynchers to come for him
•bout the middle of the night, took himself to
the cellar, leaving a pet grizzly bear hi his
ee in bed. The lynchers did not bring any
t, but made a plucky attempt to get the
bear out and lynch it, but gave it up after
three of them bad lost an eye apiece, two of
them had suffered the loss of thumbs chewed
off an! the other six were more or lea de-
prived of akin. The man now baa a (real
reputation as a fighter, and bwdkTaot
mind She tomw hit ^
CURIOUS FREAKS OF NATURE.
Mr. J. Ggden, of Jamestown, I). T., has »
natural curiosity in the shape of a pig, which
came into the world head lesa and hairless, but
with a horn sticking out from tbe end of its
neck like the tnsk of an infant rhinoceros.
Iti fset are like Uw hoofs of • horse, and
there is a hamp sticking out from its back,
which is supposed to Iw the mining head.
Tbe pig has one eye. It lived for a week and
was apparently hearty, but Is now prewired
A negro of the name of Wiley Smith, of
Boker county, Georgia, is said by The Savan-
nah News to be a physical curiosity. Ten
years ago he was one of the blackest men to
be found in the state, but to-day his skin is of
a light gingerbread color. The change in
blm was first notlcod in bis finger tips, whence
it spread up bis arms and then down his body.
Tbe backs of his hands are still quite black,
and dark tpoti still remain on his face and
give it a strangely mottled appearance.
A farmer named Orton, living near Byba-
lia. Miss., some time ago became tlie father
of a child which is naturally formed as far as
tbe liody und lower limbs are concerned, but
whose head resembles that of a rooster. On
the top of the bead, which is narrow and
runs up into a peak, is a diminutive comb of
a bright red color, and the noso looks like tbe
beak of a game cock. Tho eyes are small and
protuberant, but the vision is clear and dis-
tinct. The child is not old enough to talk
and bis attempts to do so sound exactly like a
rooster's crow. Mr. and Mrs. Orton have
severul children who arc physically perfect,
and they ai-e much distressed V the strange
deformity of the child.
Strange disturbances are said to have been
frightening the peoplo living along the Blood
river, near Now Concord, In Calloway county,
Ky. The phenomena were first noticed about
ten days ago, when all tlie wells suddenly ran
dry, and at night there was a deep rumbling
noise resembling the muttering of distant
thunder, which seemed to come from tho
earth. Occasionally there would be an ex-
plosion like the booming of a far off gun, and
recently a column of fire has been seen to
shoot up at intervals during tho night from
Btonger's bluff, two miles from tho town.
Citizens who went to Investigate the disturb-
ance say that tho heat near tho bluff was so
intense that they could not approach it. The
scene of the phenomena is one of tbe wildest
and most rugged parts of the state, and is
remote from communication by mail or
Polly Clay, who died a few days ago at
East Fryeljerg, Me., was 104 years old, and
Easter Potres, of Winston, N, C., lived to be
102 years of age.
Julia Harrow was 108 years old when she
died recently at Gloversvillo, N. Y. She was
* slave, anil was sold to her lato husband at
.the ago of 10 for 1150,
Manuel Barrlant nnd wife, of Matamoros,
Mexico, recently celebrated tho eightieth
anniversary of their wedding. Tbe husband
is 102 year# old and tbe wife 90,
The Rev. David Sawyer, of Ilopkinton,
N. II., is 90 years of age. John William-
son, of iiethel, Mo., is 101 years old, and
Abraham Chaiker, of Saybrook, Conn,, is
07 aud in tho best of health.
Tbe engineer of tho first locomotive that
ever left St, Louis for the west, and the
engineer of tho first steamboat that ever ar-
rived at St. I/mis, was William J. Ilaynes,
of St. Ixiuis, who is just closing a century of
life, Ho was on the stall of Qeti. Jackson at
the battle of Now Orleans.
Uncle Billy Davis, n negro, lives nearMay-
tleld, Ky., and there is pretty good evidence
that the old man is over 100 years of ago. He
has black hair nnd good teeth. He worked
on a farm last year at (10 a month. A few
days ago he murried a dusky damsel 22 years
old He has u brother in Cairo 103 years old.
This powder never villus. A marvel or pur-
ity, strength snd wholesonieness. More ooo
nominal than the ordinary kinds, and cannot
bo sold In competition with the multitude of
low test, short weight alum or phosphate pow-
ders Sold only in cans HOYAl, BAKING
IMWDEB CO., lnti Wall -t . N V.
Capital Prize, 8150,000.
We do hereby certify that we supervise the
arrangements lor all the monthly and quarter-
ly drawings of the Louisiana State Lottery
Company, and In person manage and control
the drawings themselves, and that the same
are conducted with honesty, fairness and In
good faltli towards all parties. We authorise
the company to use this certificate, with fac-
similes of our signal ures attached, In Its adver-
G. T. (IKAllItKG.VRD,
J, A. EARLY.
We the undersigned hanks and bankers Will
pay all prires drawn In the Louisiana State Lot-
teries which may he presented at our counters.
J. II, OgleBuy, i'res. La. Na. Hank.
I*, l.anaux Pres 8ta Xa Bank.
A. Baldwin, I'res N. O Na Bank,
CarlKohn, I'res. Cnion N Hank.
OVKH 1IAI.F A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Incorporated In 1908 (or » years by the Legisla-
ture for educational aud charitable purposes
with a capital of II,000,OOO—to which a reserve
fund of ».™.ooe has since been added.
By an overwhelming populai vote Its fran
ohlse was made a part of the present state cos
stltntion adopted December 3, A 1)., 187#.
Its Grand Single Number Drawings will take
filacemonthlv. And the 8umi-Annus! Draw-
nga regularly every six months (June and De-
cember). It never scales or postpones. Look
at the following Distribution.
(Jrand Monthly Drawing.
At the Academy of Muelo, New Orleans,
Tuesday, May 10lh, 1887.
100,W tickets at »1# Kach, Halves »5, Viltha
»2, Tenths tl.
IJ8Y 0.1 TRUCKS.
1 CAPITAL t'RlZK 8150,000
1 Grand do 50,000
1 Grand do m.ooo
< de do 5.000 80,000
S,1T0 prlr.es, amounting to 4555,000
Application ror rates to clubs should be made
only to the oftee oT the company la New Or-
Tor farther Information write clearly, giving
fail address 1'oetal notes, express money or-
ders or New York exchange In ordinary letter.
Currency by express at onr expense. Ad
M. A. Dauphin,
Address registersd tetters to "New Orleans
National Bank, New Orleans, Louisiana."
w. Q. LANK. Agent
Ofle* at No IS. Sao Aatonlo Stwi
OcMlomen—It ll da* yott to lay that I think I am entirely well of ccxema after having
Ukcn Swift'i 8peci0c. I hare bcrn troubled with it very little in my face linre last erm£.
At the be,-inning of cold weather ia*t fall it made a slight appearance, but went awjv and
ha* never returued. 8. S. M. no doubt broke it up, at least it put my >y*tem in good condition
and I got well It alio benefited my wife greatly In cane of sick headache, and made a perfect
core of a breaking oat (. my little three year old daughter laat aummcr.
Watlr.uaville, Qa., Feb. 13, )m. kit. J.UlKii V. M. MORRIS.
Treaties od Blood aud Skin Dlaeaeea mailed free.
Tbi Swift Sricino Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Qa.
The Boss Restaurant.
EAST OVERLAND STREET,
w1llum:y0un(j, . - - proprietor.
ope; day and night.
Everything New, Neat and Flrst-€lasN. Party Sup-
pers a Specialty. Oysters in Every Style. Mr. Young Is the Best
Cook iu El Paso.
St Louis Lager Beer, and
Wm. J. Loup's Export Bottled Beer
hotjck & dieter,,
Fourth and Chihuahua Sts,
EL PASO, TEXAS.
W. H. TUTTLE,
Large Stock of Glass on Hand.
-o-WORK SPEAKS FOB ITSELF.-o-
Main Street, Paso del Norte, Mexico.
Has always On Hand the Largest Stock of
Vera Cruz Cigars.
in the City. Deals exclusively in VERA CRUZ goods,
El Paso, Texas.
f.anda in Mexico and in the Sonth-west and
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Have uneqnaled facilities for tho Purchase and Sole of Lands in .Mexico, and for Snpiilytni
any Class ol Stock In quantities to suit purchasers. Ovazini? Lands a Specialty.
Correspond' nee Solicited.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
Works and office on Went Snn Frunclsco Street. Cltyoffico, Grand Central
r01vt s. t0wne. Manager.
Wholesale & Retail Butcher
Manufacturers of all Kinds of Sausage.
EI. I'ASO STREET
SMITH & T
Produce I Commission.
el paso, ... - texas.
DIETER & SAUER,
Importers and Dealers in
Fine Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Havana
and Mexican Cigars,
PASO DEL NORTE, WEXj STex\dSDRESS:
TO BUSIlSriESS IMIIEIN"!
Dining Rooms Centrally Located
On Oregon Street tetween the Grand Central Hotti aud State National Hank.
Have the cleanest and best furnished tables in the city. All the market affords.
CAPELS and HAMMER,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
KETELSEN & DEGETAU,
El Paso, Texas, Chihuahua and Cusiliiiiriiu liic, Mexico
-—Wholesale Dealers in
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Agricultural im-
plements, Mining Supplies, etc. Coittmi^ioii
ai. i Forwarding Merchants.
Sole Agents lor Rmco National de Mexico, Scliuttler Wagons.
Hazard Powder Umi my of New York, Hercules Powder Com tinny
of Ban Francisco,' Nrw Home Rpwinp Marl.,
Watohen, Gold unci
GEO. E. KING, E. J. DUKAMEL.
KING & DUHAMEL.
Architects and Superintendents.
Plans for Public and Private Buildings and Estimates famished on
the Shortest Notice.
rooms 1 and 2, center block.
"fit. paso, tbx1s
Texas and Pacific Railway.
the great popular route
(Tho Pure Juicc ol the Grape).
At I'ASO del Norte, $1.00 per gallon. De-
livered at Kl Paso, Texas, for $i,50.
Address P. 0. Uni 8», Kl Pnso, Texas.
I^Hold only In quantities not less
than live gallons.
lirdoolj by th«
we cordially recommend
JourU ki retntdy
■own to u» fc« Oouonhtr*
We h»»e *old con»Kler.
able, »nd In every «
has given tatisUctica.
AIMU A Ll»k»
Sold ty DrugfliU.
ArtMr A. Kliie & Co.,
CUSTOM 1I0UHE BROKERS.
Foriatii ail •:
DOWN T1IKY GO!!
GLASSWARE AND CltOCKEltY.
Just received a large Invoice of
Eltpl gtawe ail EeiI
At prices never before offered in this
Call and examine our stock and you
will be astonished at llssupprlorqimllty
S. C. SLIDE & CO.
110 San Antonio Street.
Mrs, Dr. Belle Schmeer
TEL 313 HOME.
utah, bet when missouri and wvo-
Comfortable rooms and board ftt rea-
Special care given
Invalids and Health Seekers.
Physicians are invited to send their p«-
tients to tho Homo and attend them
I®* See Turns Professional column for
THE EAST § THE WEST
Short Line to New Orleans
-and all points in"
Favorite Line to the North, East and Southeast
Pullman Palace Sleeping- Cars
St. Louis and Dallas, Ft. Worth, El Paso
and San Francisco, Cal.
PEG YUEN SAM.
Chinese and Japanese Bazaar.
CM iiea* Provisions,
No. 413, EL PASO STREET.
Knt door to New WlntUor Hotel
WONG TAI IIEN.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
PASO DEL NORTE.
Sells Watches, etc., at half the price
asked by others.
Opals and Sleilcac Klligree work al-
ayton hand. Sawing' Machine Agent
My Interest In the Beaumont Restaurant,
In Paso del Norte, at a reasonable price.
My reason for selling is that I want to
open a Jewelry and Watchmaker's
Marshall and New Orleans
nun nuns elm tg si. lis!
Fast Time, First-Class Equipment, sure Connections.
See that your tickets read via Texas and Pacific Railway.
For Maps, Time Tables, Tickets, Rates and all required in
formation , call on or address any of the Ticket Agents or
P. J. Crosbie Trav, Pass. Fr't. Agt., El Paso, Texas
Jno. A. Grant, B. W. McCullough,
General Manager, Gen. Pas. & Ti't Ag't.
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