El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. SIXTEENTH YEAR, No. 144, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 13, 1896 Page: 2 of 4
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11 Paso Daily Times, Saturday, June 13* 1996.
■stored to the PottoBc* •«*1 Pmo- T,“*’ m
TIMES PUBLISHING COMPAIT,
JCAX 8. Hah*. Manager.
Delivered In the city, per week----» eente
Payable every Saturday to earrUr.
Invariably In Advanee.
Six month*---------------------------•— J jjjj
°1* papir. di^nttnu^'^
of the time paid for,
the following town* at the hour named on
the day of publication:
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WMte o2ki':r * £ n» Ln. Cruc. .8:<* a m
^fe reach alto on the day of publication
he following olaoe.:
In New Mexico.
orta of Polo Pinto ooanty will aovo
himself mnoh worry by giving np the
Ideo of getting on offloe from the porty
Btnoon— —.....Lake Valley...
Bowie _____Wlloox .._
piThe%*tM ha. been a oxn-raiox organ .lnoe
l^nlfrrm«dte.aPr/nmte..aryfor the tetl.-
f Mtlon of the advertiser and the auooeM of
*hNo*dl»count.; exoept tho.epubll.hed on thl.
^:*dvVrtr.K^a%%afo;ur rate and
|he retolUeaoMnoh at *12 a year hi. profit
W percent. We .oil at the ,am. figure to
8 Mo.|6 Mo. 9 Mo. 1 Te'r
a, 38 75
43 80 60 76 ----
57 601 81 00,100 80
72 00 101 26 126 00
118 10 147 00
58 05,108 20
80 73 108 00 1«6 85
66 ls'meo 165 35
128 40 " "
I 89 10
109 85 194 40
The Boston Trensorlpt la an Inde
pendent Rspnblionn peper and Ite eyee
are open when It eeye: That la a
startling picture presented by onr
Nashville correspondent's graphic eo
count of the silver madneee at the
Democratic atefr convention there the
other day. Tt j New York papera ere
giving almiler details to a shocked
pnbllo concerning the ellver craze in
the wsst, end warning the east that It
Is hldtcg Its eyas to great faots. Are
we playing tha ostrich role In this
crisis! The dlaoovery that the elect-
oral vote of Iowa and Illinois added to
that of the silver states of tha south
and wsst will elect a president of the
United States, la at the bottom of the
boom for Horace Boles, former gover.
nor of Iowa. Nor would It be neoss-
•ary by thle computation to oarry all
tha states ordinarily olassed In the
silver oolumn; the two Dakotas, Ore-
gon, Washington, as well as Delaware
and Maryland, usually Dsmooratlo,
may be conceded to the Republicans,
and still a free silver Dsmooratlo
tloket, heeded by a man who might
oarry the oomblnatioD, Including these
two Mississippi Valley states, would
be successful at the polls. Nor Is this
an entirely empty alarm.
Hs Decline..to Dlioua. 4h# Probability of •
Cincinnati, Jane 12-Senator and
Mra. Teller remained here tonight
while enronte from Washington to 8t.
Louis. They will resume their joornsy
tomorrow. Senator Teller was Inter
viewed by the Enquirer, a free ellver
organ. He said:
"I think MoKlDley will b» nominat-
ed on egold standard platform.” The
senator quoted bis telegram to the
Colorado state convention In whloh he
annonnoedhe would not supports gild
standard man for president. He would
not say anything beyond that as to tbs
probability of a bolt, but said Oartar,
Dubol«, Mantle and Gannon ware all
of the eame mind as himself. Teller
said: "All the tariff In the world
won’t help. If the Republicans ahould
elaot MoKtnlay on a tariff platform,
tlmsa would not Improve and In two
years the discontent of tha people
would wipe the party out of ezlstenoe.”
WABASH ROUTE EXCURSIONS
209 26 260 40
236 25 294 00
78 35 840 20
£#7 to our Table of Kate*.
Tha oDt month rata for ipaca la fixed ao
18 Inch*. are .old at $3.25 per Ieoh, $40 50.
The one Inch rate l. the baaU of the whole
.able: a. the ahort time ret*. li« ere e per
**ThVl*tlm*’r*to 1. 33* per cent of the month
raThe2 time, r.to 1.40 per oent of the month
*Vb* 3 time, ret* 1. 60 per oent of the month
fuel week ret* 1.60 percent of ibe month
The 2 week. ratcD75 per oent of the month
r*The 3 week. ret. U 90 per oent of tb. month
r^rhe 3 month.rete !• 3tlmea the m>eth ret*,
let, 10per cent diecoont.
The 6 month* rate ie 6 time, the month ret*,
let. *! per cent diacount.
The 9 month, rate U 9 timet the month rate,
lee. 25 per cent dtaeouut.
The year rate 1. 11 time, the moeth veto-
ten S3 per oentdlecontit,
Special poeltion—Fifty per cent extra.
"1. O. D" edvertieemeeU • barged at two-
third. of daisy rate*.
Profenlona! eerdi $5.00 per month.
Metairbee* cut. only accepted.
Twenty-five cent* per line flr»« Inwrtlon: II
eente for each .uheequent Insertion. Con-
raeto for 1000 line. to be token In I month*,
made at 5otnt» per line each Inaertlon. Cn-
hanxed ’.oeala. by tb. month $1.V‘ per Una.
TIMJ8 PUBLISHING COMPANY,
Bl Paao T.xa*.
Oflclal Papir of tbi City and County
We are authorized to announce
JUDOS C N. BUCKLER,
of Bl 1’a.o, Texa*.
as a candidate for the ofiioe tf
of the 34th judicial Qiatrict, eubject to the ac
tlon of the Democratic convention.
We are authorized to announce
JUDGE A. M. WALTHAL
of Peco*. Texas,
a* a candidate for the office of
of the 34th judicial diatrlct. stibj ct to the Ac-
tlon of the Democratic convention
We are authorized to announce
GEO. R. HARVEY
aa a candidate for
aubject to the action of the Democratic county
We are authorized to announce
W. H. WINN
a. a candidate for the office of
aubject to the action of the Deir _ 'atic county
W* aru authorized to aucounc.
FRANK B. SIMMONS,
a. a candidate for the office of
aubject to tba action of the Democratic county
Wc are authorized to announce
V. L SANCHEZ
a> a candidate for ihe office of
aubject U> the action of tit® Democratic county
Secretary Carlisle has wrlttan a let-
ter whloh It would have been better
for his reputation to have suppressed.
On the 5th dey of November, 1875, the
house of representatives passed a free
silver bill, known as the Bland bill.
Id faot It was word for word tha free
oolnage law whloh was repealed when
silver was demonetized In 1873 It
was really the Jaokson dollar of 1837,
and the Alexander Hamilton dollar of
1789. S.oretary Carlisle, then a mem-
ber of oongreBS, voted for the Bland
bill pure and simple. It went to the
senate, and the enemies of silver in
that body, finding that they oould not
defeat It, pat a hobble on It, by whloh
a limited quantity of silver was to be
purchased every month from the lowest
bidder, and oolned Into silver dollars.
Mr. Carlisle might write a whole book
on the subjeot of silver coinage, but
anything he might say on the subject,
either one way or the other, would be
rendered entirely worthless by this
confession of hls, that he voted in tha
house for the free oolnage of stiver
when he did not approve It, and then
relied upon the senate to amend the Covingtau, Vs
legislation which he deemed vlcloue, i Detroit, Mich........
bat nevertheless voted for aadorseme i Uenver, Colo
compulsion which he did not reveal.- |
To Ihe North end Beat.
For the ocoaslon of the national Dem
ooratlc convention at Chicago, July
7th, and for the annual meeting of the
National Baptist Yonng Peoples' anion
at Milwaukee, Wls, July 10:h and
for the biennial meeting of the su
preme lodge Knights of Pythias, at
Cleveland, Ohio, August 25:b, and for
the annual meeting of the National Ed-
ucational association at Buffalo, N. Y,
July 7th, a rate of one fare for the
round trip has been mad*. For the
annual national encampment of the
Grand Army of the Republic at St.
Paul, Minn September 1st, a rate less
than one fare for the round trip has
There will be sold during the season
oheapexoarstontlokets to several other
annual meetings, dates and arrange-
ments to which have not been com-
Be sure and ask for your tickets via
Wabash route, tt Is the best aad qaiok
est Hue to any of the above points,
with better equipments and less
changes. For further Information ad-
W.F. Conner, S.W. P. A ,
Hammer Exesr.lou Bate.,
Sommer excursion rates via the
“El Paso Route” Texas and Pacific
railway to all points north and east.
Yonr oholoe of routes via New Orleans,
Shreveport, Memphis, or St. Louis
Fast time and sure connections.
Tickets on sale J one 1st to September
30 h G jod for return October 31st.
Ei Paso and return to:
Afhvtlle, N. C......
Slue Ridge, Va_____
Buffalo, N. Y......
THE WATER QUESTION.
The city council has received an
answer from the Water company re-
jecting tha two year contract offered.
The answer gives good reasons for the
refusal which appearsd In fall In yes-
After a water plant Is established the
great expense of operating It consists
of what is paid for fnsl and labor.
Mr. Watts oannot rsdnes slthsr of
thess two principal sxpsnse account?.
For fusi be pays two and three times
more than most cities of the size
of El Paso. It may be that the
near future will reduce the prloe of
coal In this oily, but the Water com-
pany takes some rltk In expeotlcg that
redaction. Two years would not give
the company the benefit of the lower
ooal, while five years woald probably
eventnate In over two years of cheaper
The Times believes that If the Water
oompany will give us for two years and
a half 15 oent water, pumped with high
priced coal, it is entitled to serve us
for an equal period of time after the
price of fuel has been reduced. There-
fore the Times favors a five year oon-
traot with a 90 oente minimum rate
and the reduotlon offered the city In
the oompany 'a original proposition.
... 52 95
.. 68 60
.. 71 65
.. 79 85
... 71 85
... 82 90
... 81 60
... 69 45
.. 81 60
... 77 25
.. 60 75
.. 17 25
.. S3 95
.. 73 45
... 38 -.0
.. 54 60
... 6.3 30
.. 82 15
.. 64 40
.. m 56
... 67 25
Giade slprtnga, Va..
tier. Spring!*. V*.........
Lake Chacaa/pia, N Y____
Ltthsa Sprtcgs, G*......
Louis ville, Ky............
Mackinac Gland, Mich ..
Manltowcc, Wl*................. 76 40
Milwaukee, Wls................ 73 10
Montis*!, Que...................!*; go
Niagara Fails.X. Y.........:.....HI it
Old Point Comfort, Va.......... Hr, 65
Pltfsbarg, P*.................... 80 70
Roanoke, Va................... 79 30
Sheboygan, Wls................ 75 20
Spirit Lake, Iowa.......... 70 65
8t. Paul, Minn............. ... 76 95
Statesville, N. 0................ 76 75
Sweet Springs, W. Va............ 83 (X)
Virginia Beach, Va............... 86 05
Waukesha, Wls.................. 77 60
White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.. 81 60
For rates to potots not mentioned,
time tables, sleeping oar reservations
and all other Information ooooarnlng
your trip will be cheerfully furnished
by oalllng on or addressing
B, F. Darbyshibk, •
Sheldon Blook, El Paso, Texas.
Honor t* Whom Honor Is One.
Editor Times—By yeeterday’a morn-
ing paper 1 see you have copied part of
the prefatory of Meesrs. Evane &
Worley In tbelr new directory, whloh 1
consider e deserved compliment to the
ooanty. The referenoe to myself In
the article is giving undue oredlt, for
while I have tried to see that the
janitor has done hls duty, I mnat say
he has always been so prompt to doing
those things whloh were neosssary that
I have praotloally bad nothing to do
In that matter more than any other
member of the commissioners court.
To the sheriff Ij due the credit of
atourlng the servloes of so good a man
for the place, and to the commissioners
oonrt Is due the oredlt of paylrg him
for hls entlrs time, so as to keep the
building neat and olean, but to Mr.
Connor's,the janitor, Is due the oredlt
of doing hls dnty so well and so per-
fectly, that El Paso osn boast of the
best kept bnlldlng'n Texas.
Daring my term of offloe many
visitors have expressed themselves
quite as forolbly ts the publishers of
the directory, not a few veotuiiog the
assertion that It was the best kept
building In the United States. I do
not desire to take from those entitled
to It, any of the oredlt whloh justly
belongs to them, and as I claim none of
It, 1 would ask spaoe for this note In
behalf of oor worthy jinltor, though
without hls knowledge or oon'ent.
F. E Hunter, Ooanty Judge.
The Concert Last Night.
The plaza was full of people laat night
to bear the second summer ooncert by
the MoGinty band. The ohtldren were
quiet during the muslo, whloh was
thoroughly enjoyed. The band lathe
equal of,If not superior,to any other In
the state, and presented the followlni
Maroh—“Honeymoon”.... Geo. Rosey
Overture—"From Dawn to Twilight”
....................O. W. Bennett
Troplo Danoe—"La Be’la Creole”
Craok Regiment Patrol____Theo Moses
Baled Ion—“Faust”......Oh Guonod
Sextette from “Lucia”......Donizetti
Symposia Waltzes............. Bsndlx
The Atehlton end the Atlantic.
New York, Jane 12—Negotiations are
pending between the Atohlson and the
Atlautio & Paolflo Interests looking to
an amicable arrangement. Rumots are
onrrent that the Atchison made a for
mal proposition to the Atlantto & Pa
otflo ooverlng either pnrohase of the
property or traffic agreement. Counsel
for the Atlantic & Paolflo authorize the
statement that thus far no serioba pro
posal has been made. The executive
oommlttee of the Atlantic & Paolflo
meet tomorrow to consider routine
Chicago Mai kefs.
Chicago, Jana 12—A continuation of
the nervousness shown in the wheat
market yesterday wae evident today
and with about the same final results,
July closing praotloally unchanged
The market was rather pnzzttng In
character, there being no apparent
reason for violent fluctuations. Corn
and > a’a each closed a shade higher.
Provision* closed 2‘lower.
An OH Fir*.
Pittsburg, June 12—At a Are In t
tenement house In Allegheny, Mrs
ZiorshocdDr Garbeis, aged 74, was
killed by jumping from a window
Prank Garbeis, five, suffered death,
Lottie Garbeis, twelve, Internally hart,
may die, Frank Garbeis, badly burned.
P;re wae caused by the explosion of a
barrel of oil.
Uses Paine’s Celery Compound in His Family,
and Strongly Recommends It,
Today’s convention will tall just how
far the gamblers will dictate.
Wallace must give up the Idea of
getting an offloe from the Democrats
of this dlatrlot. They have no use for
Ir there le any elnoerlty lu the gemb
ling element of El Peso the votes of
those they oonlrolin the convention
todey against Wallaoe will show It.
Tns young man Wallaoe whose sole
distinction wae the dlehonoreble act of
jumping the Instructions of the Demo-
Edltorlal myopes lu th.'great repnb
llo are thinking to strengthen ihe cause
of gold monometallism by oltlng Mex-
ico as a warning and an example.
"Miserable Mexico” Is the Bamming
up of their argument. Wel>, if Mexico
be “miserable,” what mast be the
proper term In the wide and ample vo
oabulary of English to apply to the
present oondltton of the United States,
Industrially, commercially and flnan
dallyT The serious weekly journal.,
devoted to business and trade, depict
the situation as dismal and with no
prospect of beoomlog better until the
presidential election le over and there
Is some well-defloed policy, as regards
both the tariff and the oarrenoy, pre-
sented by the leaders of the victorious
In “Miserable Mexloo” we are tran
qutl; our national industries are every
where expanding, railways are under
oonstruotlon, superb residences are
being erected In this the oapltal city,
the banks art paying largs dividends,
there Is no unhealthy Inflation of the
ourrenoy, and the troploal republic,
wisely and judtolously governed, pre-
sent* a striking contrast to the mis
managed rlohest nation on the planet.
Drink Dry Monopole Champa go*.
Taylorville, III., June 12—The Tay
lorvllls mining works were destroyed
by Are this morning and eighty-five
men entombed alive. Attar hours of
suffoca'Ion all bat three were rescued
alive. The Are was caused by au e<
plosion of gasoline. The flames are
still raging below and the bodies of the
three dead miners cannot be reaohed
Will Tell Olney Their Grievance.
Washington, Juds 12—Dr. Delgado
and hls son have arrived In Washing
ton to lay before Secretary Olney thtlr
grievances agalDst the Spanish author
Itles In Gabs. The elder Delgado Is lu
preoarloua health as a result of severe
wounds Infl oted upon him by Spanish
soldiers and has been compelled to
deny blmtelf to callers.
«»nh Safe Robbed.
Kansas City, June 12—A special to
the Star from Palmer, Kas , says: The
Bankof Palmer was broken tnte at
o’olook this morning, the safe blown
open and entirely destroyed and the
oesh bex robbed of $1,100, all It con-
Seventy Death, by Sanetroke.
London, Jane 12—a dispatch from
Bombay say* the British second olass
twin sorew oruleer Bonaventure, Hag
Ship of the East Indian squadron, lost
seventy men by sunstroke ou the voyage
from Colombo to Vondloberry.
Boiton 15, Cincinnati 3
New York 3, Pittsburg 6
Brooklyn 4, Cleveland 3.
Baltimore 9, Cbloego 1.
Philadelphia 9, LiuUvlIle 8.
Washington 19, St. Louie 6.
PURE HYGEIA ICE.
Mad* from distilled water. Telephone
114. El Paso Ic* A Refrigerator Co
PAD T\Q Ladles’ and gentle
vAjLiViJtJniin'i engraved vie
ltlng oards at the Times offloe.
YtMIEKTAY’S WEATHER III EL PASO
turn statu wdipii bi;hxau.
Obaerv.tloo at 5 ’A p. m„ local time.
Barometer (*<:* level)..............
Direction of wind..
Wind 7oIoclty (mile* per hour) ......
Rainfall laa* 24 hour. (In. and hund )
Hlfbmt temperature today...............
Lowest temperature today,..............
9:30 a. m
4:3) p. m.
2:20 p. m.,
9:30 a. m,
8:30 ». m.
9:00 p. m.
AKU1VAL AND Ufc: ABTUBE OP MAILS
. „ . Arrrlve.,
O. H. A 8. A.................8:20 a.m.
T. <4 P.. .............. 8:30*. m.
4.T.AS, F............. ,11:40a.m.
Southern Paolflo............ 9:45 p. m.
Silver City Looal........... 6:40 p. m.
HOURS WINDOWS OPEN AND CLONK.
Genera) delivery 1.open from 7 a. m- to Op
m., exoept whilecavtcrn mall la being dlatrln-
uted Money order window open, at 8 a. m.;
close, at 5 p m. Register and stamp window*
open at 8 a. m.; close* at 5 p. m.
General Delivery and Carriers window will
be open from 10 to 11 a. m.
Stamp window open at the same time.
JOHN JULIAN. F.M.
Chao B. Hood, Broker and Manu
faotnrsr’B Agent, Columbus, Oble,
certifies that Dr. Ktog’u New Discov-
ery hat. no equal as a Cough remedy
J D. BrowD, proprietor St. James Ho
tel, Ft. Wayne, Ii d., testtfl.6
>hit’he was cured of a o ugh of two
years' standing, oaused by La Grippe,
by Dr. Klcg's New Discovery B F
Merrill, Baldwlusvllle, Mass., says that
he has used and reoommended tt and
never knew it to fall and would rather
have It than any doctor, because
always cures Mrs Hemming, 222 E
25th St, Chicago, always keeps it at
hand and has no fear of Oronp,because
it Instantly relieves. Free trial bottles
at W. A Irvin A Co’s wholesale and
retail drug store, El Paso.
Dil Yuo Ever
Try Eieotrlo Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If not, get a bottle now
and get relief. This medloln* has been
found to be particularly adapted to
the reltef and oure of all Female Com
plaints, exerting a wonderful dlreot
Influence In giving strength and tone
to the organs If you have lo;s of
appetite, constipation, headaohe,faint
log spells, or are nervous, sleepless,
exoltable, melaroholy or troubled with
dizzy spells, Eieotrlo Bitters Is the
mediolne you need. Health and
Strength are guaranteed by Its use.
Fifty cents and $1 at W. A. Irvin &
Co’s wholesale and retail drug store,
Maj-Gen. Blrney, who Is now, at the
age of 75, practicing law and doing de
par!mental work In Washington, In a
letter to Wells & Rtohardson Oom-
“My wife has been taking the Paine’s
oelery compound for sometime past,
and Is so much pleased with it that 6he
wishes me to express to you her high
opinion of Its merl s She thinks It is
the best remedy she has ever tried."
General Blrney’s hearty eoknow-
ledgement of the great and lasting
good that hls family has received from
Paine’s oelery compound Is repeated,
In substance, In oountless testimonials
written In the same grateful spirit and
sent from every part of the country.
Don’t sit with folded arms and do
nothing toward getting rid of poor
health. Drive out all lmpnrltlts from
yonr blool; build np thr vigor of the
body with Paine’s oelery oompound—
the one remedy that has kept all Its
promises in the past.
The tired nerves and brain need just
th» sort of nourishment that I his great
fnvigorator is able to supply.
Now Is the time when Paine’s oelery
compound, aided by the favorable In-
fluences r,f the season, fairly outdoes
Itself. It searches out tbs bidden
causes of debility, neuralgia, rheuma-
tism and those constantly rsourrlng
headaches. The worn-out nervous
tissues are Invigorated Paine’s oelery
compound U the one successful nerve
regulator that cares diseases without
any possibility of a return of the (rou
Take Paine's oelery compound this
It won't do to postpone getting
strong and well until you have a
Do as thousands of others beve done
to thslr great j y, take Paine’s oelary
oompound! It will Invigorate at once
pour Impoverished nervous system.
If yoa really want to get well, read
the letters recently published from
such man as Justice Power?, Congress-
man Groat, Congressman Mer.dUh cf
Virginia, As6ls ant United States
Attorney John O. Capers, Congress-
man Wilbur of N*w York, Corgreis
man Bell, Lieut. McAllister, Oi agrees
man Neill and many others who are
fully as cartful of wbat they reoom-
m.nd. The perusal of a few of there
personally signed, hearty testimonials
of Paine’s celery oompound will give
any one a dear Idea of what this
wonderful remedy Is doing In tveiy
stBte In the UdIod, and In every o.ty
It Is making people well.
Card., Envelope., Letter Sheets, Note Head., Ciroulars, Dodirers,
Poster*. Invitation., Programmes, Announcements, Catalogues,
Briefs, Booklets, etc.
Ledgers, Cush Books. Day Hooka, Journals, Records, and nil kinds
of Special Blank Books.
Blanks of all descriptions. Gall on or address
TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY,
Corner Oregon and Overland St.., EL PASO, TEXAS.
American Brt wiDg Co.’s Beer
PUREST and BEST.
Bnc. 1 u.'* Aroto* SalY*
The beet ealve In the world for cute,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, ohil-
blatns. corns and all skin eruptions,
and postjlvely cures piles or no pay
required. It Is guaranteed to give per-
f.ot satisfaction or money refunded.
Prloe 25o per box. For sale by W. A.
Irvin & Co, wholesale and retail
druggiste, El Paso, Texas.
BILLIARDS AN D POOL f
WT. DA an IMTVifl
EL PASO, TEXAS.
El Paso Coffin & Casket
415 EL PASO STREET.
Undertakers and Embalmers.
Hearses and carriages furnished.
Dr. E. Alexanders
THE PURE JUICE OF THE GRAPE
Address R F. JOHNSON &, Go., Pole
Agents, El Paso, Texas, for prices in
bulk or oass.
as the Indian tried feathers.
He took one feather, laid it
on the board and slept on
it all night. In the morn-
ing he remarked: “White
man say feathers heap soft;
white man d-fool.”
and advertise in . . .
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