The El Paso Daily Times. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 116, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 23, 1884 Page: 1 of 4
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VOL. III.—NO. 1 <6.
EL PASO. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. JULY 23. 1884.
OFFICIAL PAPEE OF THE CM
0. C. IRVIN, M. D,
W. A. IRVIN,
W, A. IRVIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BOOKS and STATIONERY, SCHOOL SUPPLIES
PAINT3, OILS, BRUSHES,
WALL-PAPER. "WINDOW GLASS,
Toilet Articles, Notions, Cigars and Tobaccos.
Fairdeallna «-ow..t Prlce.our Motto. Orders Promptly Filled
THE EL PASO NEWS COMPANY,
BL PASO ST. • - - EL PASO TEXAS.
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Has removed to the house formerly occupied by the Diamond G
EL PASO STREET,
THE PIONEER HOUSE.
A*D MOST EXTENSIVE.
The proprietor would be pleased to still cater for his old customers, and also vvel-
The P*°Priecome ftl] new ones wh0 nl8y favor Urn, promising .hem
The Best the Market Affords and at Prices to
Correspond with the Times.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
HARDWARE XiB CUTLERY
SOLE AGENT FOR
"Charter Oak" and "Early Breakfast" Stes.
Manufacturers of all Kinds of Tinware, Roofing, Etc,
Plumbing and Gasfltting. Miners's and Rail'y Supplies a Specialty.
El Paso Street.
El Paso, Texas.
St. Charles Lodging House,
EL PASO STREET.
Coolest, Cleanest and Best Furnished Rooms in the City.
Rates per Week, #3.50 to $8. Per Month, #15 to §110. Transient, 75c to $1 per Day.
ALL ROOMS FURNISHED WITH DOUBLE BEDS. NO EXTRA CHARGE
FOR TWO PERSONS OCCUPYING SAME ROOM.
Terms: Cash in Advance. MRS. F. MOORE, Proprietress.
WLE1J5LIGJLN CURIOSITIES !
W. Or. WALZ & CO..,
MEXICAN FIAIPER WORE,
Wax and Rag Figures, Filigree Jewelry,
Mexican Onyx, Ticalo Ornaments, Quoretaro Opals,
Mexican Views, Morelia Mi nature Birds, Mexican and Spanish
Books, Mexican Sheet Music, Songs, Etc, Mexican Tepic,
Guadalajara and Vera Cruz Cigars.
PASO DEL NORTE, - - MEXICO.
The Leading House in the West.
The Only House Open Day and Night.
Favorite Resort for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Oysters in Every Stytejt allHour, ^ ^ ^ ^
KjKME & TOENNIGES, Props.
A -KTH1ETJSER BTTSCH
Louis Xjagox* Boor, ftucl
Wm. J. Lemp's Export Bottled Beer.
Keg Beer hlpmants a S peclalty.
HOXTOK <SC 3DXETEIH/,
Fourth and Chihuahua ats.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
Effective Work by Cowboys.
Salt Lake, July 21.—News comes
from Judith City, northern Montana
that five horse thieves were captur-
ed and hanged in the vicinity of
Rocky Point a few days ago. The
hanging was done by a regular or-
ganized gang of cowboys, who set
out to round up the thieves that
infest that, section, and thev are
doing their work in good shape.
They secured thiity two stolen
horses from the quintette of outlaws
and then made short work of them,
hanging the lot to the nearest tree.
In the region between lower Judith
and Mussels Hill within three
weeks, thirteen horse thieves have
been lynched and it is probable thai
the end is not yet The campaign
was begun by the killing of twi>
horse thieves on Mussel's Hill, fol-
lowed by dispatching two bal
breeds at Clargett. One was hang-
ed on Armet Creek and another near
Fort Maginnis. Two more were
lynched at Lowiston on the south,
and t Mr big haul at Rocky Point is
the latest, making in all, thirteen.
Taking Steps to Prevent Cholera.
Washington, July 21.—The Cab-
inet decides to take vigorous meas-
ures to prevent the introduction of
cholera into the United States, and
this evening an order will be issued
prohibiting the importation of rags
frem all infected countries for ninety
FINE BOOTS iim SHOES
The only exclusive shoe store in the city. Fine goods a specialty.
A new stock just received; special attention paid to mail orders. Goods
exchanged oj money refunded if not satisfactory.
SAN ANTONIO ST., EL PASO, TEX.
Valley road near Canton, Ohio, on
the 19th. Only sixteen of the
many on board were killed and in-
jured, although the cars were thrown
down an embankment and over-
turned and badly wrecked.
GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL.
The California Store,
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes.
My stock is new and complete and of tho very latest styles. Call and examine
goods and prices. Alwayson nand, a FULL LINE OF CALIFORNIA GOODS.
of the Republicans to carry some of
the Southern States. Ho is parti-
cularly confident of capturing West
Virginia, Ho said to-day that
there is only a Democratic majority
of 3000 to overcome in that State
and he believes that result can be
accomplished. Next week he is
going over to Deer Park, where he
will meet the leaders of West Vir-
ginia Republicans to hold a confer-
ence and devise ways and means
for delivering the State to Blaine.
Mr. Klkins is hopeful of carrying
the State on "both local and nation
al issues." The local issue_ is the
public school question, on the
charge that the Democratic State
Assembly has misapplied the school
fund by appropriating it in other
directions. The National issues,so
called, are Blaine's popularity and
his protection principles. Elkins
also expects the Grtenbackers of
the Stste to vote solidly for Blaine.
John Docqhkr, Paor'B.
Albert Crespe, City of Mexico;
W W Mills, Boston; L A Grant,
Albuquerque; O B Crum, Philadel-
phia, Pa; M Willie,Denver; WH
Smith, Denver; M H Baker, San
Marcial; K E Haywood, Mexico;
Peter wehner, J J Langdon, J Cur-
ran. C Farr, City; F H Brands. Ger-
many; A Zaeger, Germany; II
Gake, Benson; J M Rogers, Pinos
Altos; Z T White; J A Vargas and
wife, city of Mexico; Jose Toyela,
New York July 22.—Abont two
thousand brick layers, three thous-
and laborcis and two hundred hod
hoisting engineers and farmers,
struck work this morning because
their employers refused to grant
their demands that nine hours shall
constitute a day's wor£, instead of
ten. The employers wno denied the
request say they can get other men to
take their places, and whether they
days or longer if necessary. It was j can or not it, will be but a few days
also decided that vessels of the when these men will be willing to
El Paso, Texas.
The Fir st and the Best Hotel
revenue marine service shall estab-
lish stations along the c^ast to pre-
vent the landing of vessels from
foreign ports, which do not possess
clean bills of health.
Sax Francisco, July 21.—'The
Chronicle's Washington special says
Legal representatives of Senator
Mahone will ask the Virginia court
>f appeals for an injunction t<>
prevent the delivery of poll books
to county officials for the purpose of
carrying out the registering scheme
passed over the governor's veto by
the legislature at its last sesion,j
J. D. MILLER, Manager.
return under the old terms. The
bosses who granted the nine hours
request, thii.k the others are foolish
as they will have to yield in the end
As fast as the men struck they re-
ported at the headquarters of the
respective unions. About thirty-five
employers allowed the men to go to
work on their own terms. .Hugh
Mahone, who has charge of the
erection of the new exchange, says:
'"The buildingtrado is very lively and
I do not think the boss builders can
afford to have men go out on a strike
for any length of time without suff-
ering great loss. Nearly all the large
builders will grant the demand."
Toulon, July 21.—Shop keepers
here are closing their establish-
ments. Flights of residents is univ-
ersal. Men stationed at the arsenal
Marseilles, July 21—Twenty
six deaths last night and between 9
and noon to-day.
A crowd of socialists assembled
before the mayor's office yesterday
and demanded work. They endeav-
ored to force an entry into the
building, but were prevented by
police. Seven arrests.
Toulon.—Deaths last night, 28.
Famine is threatening this city.
Provisions are scarce and dear.
Cholera at Aries it becoming se-
This city to-day witnessed a large
and imposing procession of the
"various trades unions and others in
favor of the passage of tho franchise
bill. The principal streets were
much crowded and traffic greatly
inpedecl. The Prince and Princess
of Wales reviewed the procession
from White Hall.
Dr. C.rcsar Henry Hawkins, sur-
geon to the queen, is dead.
Damage by fire on Crane Wharf,
Wapping, Saturday, is £100,000.
Berne.—Four boats capsized in a
storm on Lake Lucerne. Ten people
were drowned, some foreigners.
It is with sincere sorrow that it
becomes our painful task to record
the death, in this city, at about noon
yesterday of Mr. Geo. B. Shepard of
yellow fever. Our personal acquain-
tance with Mr. Shepard was short,
but very pleasant. He came here
from Arizona some months since, as
inspector of customs under collector
Tibbits, and last month was trans-
ferred to Nogales, Arizona. He was
sick but four days, and two of that
in El Paso. Mr. Shepard was con-
sidered an efficient, faithful and
conscientious officer. His remains
were interred at 5 o'clock p. m. yes-
terday. His sorrowing family has
the warmest sympathies of the
Times in their bereavement.
The Pall Mall Gazette, London
Times and the London News are
supporting Cleveland. That means
that Blaine and Logan will not re-
ceive any votes in England.
Suits Against Saloon-Keepers.
Cincinnati, July 20.—Over 2000
saloon-keepers failed to take out a
license in this county under tho
Scott law. The time expired on
July 19,and snits will be instituted
before all justices of the peace here.
The license is $100 and $200 per
annum, according to the kind of in-
Jimmy Reilly a noted snake
Charmer was bitten by one of his
pets, a Mexican rattler, and died
from the effects in spite of whisky
and doctors. Jimmy died in New
The rain last night was a welcome
visitor. The country can stand sev-
eral such visitations.
Road agents, held up and robbed
tho stage going from San Antonio
to Boerne on Sunday. Securing
$850 in drafts, a small amount of
cash, and some gold watches and
jewelry. Tho civil authorities and
U. S. Marshal are after them.
Chicago, July 21—A Daily News
Tuscaloosa, Ala., special says Henry
Burke, colored, who attempted to
outrage a little white girl, was cap-
tured last night in the garret of an
old house. The mob at midnight
took him from jail and hanged him
to a tree in the street. They first put
five bullets in him.
To be Removed.
Washington, July 21.—The pres-
ident has called for the resignation
General James A. Longstreet as
The ground of the application will j ° JiJlJ 0ja:m tlnt ti1GV 5 United Ktat.es Marshal of the north-
be that the hill was not pasee.1 1.IWrie, of torgia. Thb
the requisite two-llnrda majority o . ^ ^ wiUho|Jout ,ix|i» l,aaf,l on iho reoommendallon of
the legislature. The point will j T( io ra„nrtnA ihnt nn manv\ the Attorney (ieneral who had pref-
therefore be made that the bill is not
a law. Mahone's object is to have
a congressional election held in the
old districts whereby he thinks he
can maintain his present position
Washington, D. C„ July22 —Mr-
Stephen B. Elkins, Secretary of the
Republican National Committee,
has been in Washington nearly the
entire week. He has had a great
months. It is reported that on many , . ...
of the jobs the men were not out ten |erre(' ch«rge8 against him lor (are-
minutes before they were told to go and inefficiency, and ask-
to work again. A large number of ie ' ^or ll'8 ,mm"diate removal. H is
bosses held out till noon then yield- ^nera'ly understood he-will ho sue
ed, thus not leaving not over 2,000:cee(* y n Bryant.
Department of Insurance, Sta-
tistics and History,
Austin, Texas, July 5,1884.
To all whom it may concern:
This is to certify that tho Fire-
man's Fund Insurance company, of
San Francisco, California, has in all
respects complied with the laws of
Texas, as a conditions precedent to
its doing business in this State, and
that said company holds a certifi-
cate of authority from this office en-
titling it to do business in this State
for six months, from the 1st day of
July 1884 to the 31st day of Decem-
Given under my hand and seal. i,
office in Austin, the day and date
just above written,
H. P. Brews?**,
Throw Physic to tho Dogs.
and for all pains in the body use a
California Pine and Eucalyptus
Porous Plaster, and do not allow
any ot her to be forced on you, so go
to the agent, the Rio Grande Phar«
mnn out on the strike.
An excursion train of sixteen cars
containing one thousand pmons,
deal to say about the determination I was thrown from tho track of the
Washington, July 21.—The issue
of standard dollars for the week
ended July 19 was 205,488;- oorrefi-
pondinic! period l:\at year, .'124,000.
Slaven's Cherry Tooth Paste, an
aromotic combination for the pres-
ervation of tho teeth and gums. It
is far superior to any article made,
is nut up in large opal pots; price
50 cents; to be had at the Rio
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