El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. Fifteenth Year, No. 234, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 2, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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El Paso Daily limes, Wednesday, October 2 1895,
THE HALF NOT TOLD
ABOUT THE WONDERFUL FERTILITY
OF THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY.
The Landed Gentry of Eokland Scudlrg
Their Sons Here to I.ocate-Water is An
That le Needed—A Modest Chet hr e
Columbias sell for $ ioo
to everyone alike, and
are the finest bicycles the
(’, world produces. Other bi-
/ cycles sell for less, but they
’are NOT Columbias ....
W. G. WALZ CO
Ife-Ia'a;mS Iiai mu ‘ 'min! » "
BILLIARDS AND POOL
EL PASO, TEXAS.
Sliced Dried Beef
^_ BOSTON MAhS ___
Packed In 1 and 2-lb. Air-tight CTfiBITl GI)6BS6
Cane. Never eoJd In bulk- j---------
J. B. Watson
Corner Stanton and San Antonio Streets.
First Class Butter
WOOD.LI YIE\ Etc
O’BRIEN 8c CO.,
Yard, cor. 2nd & Santa FeSt;
Notice to the Public.
BILL OF FARE AT TI1E STAR STABLES:
First class livery and boarding sta-
Finest turnouts Id Southwestern
Veterinary praotloed In all Its
branches, blaoksmithing, horse shoe
lug, wood work, carriage painting and
trimming, harness repairing, e'o.
Undertaking In all Its branohes.
Satisfaction guaranteed In all oases
and at the lowest possible ptioe.
J EL PASO KITCHEN,
^ 210 El Paso Street. ^
£ The best Short Order House In ^
f the oity. Open day and night. f
The best Dinner in theolty served
from 12 m. to S p.m. dally for 25o
Dlreot from the mlnea.
Carry an extensive stock. Special bar
gains to dealers.
SONOOA NEWS COMP AN A
Mexloan Central Railway Depot,
Office hoars 9 to 12 a.m. 3:30 to 6:30 p.n
Dr. E. Alexander’?
THU PURE JUICE OF THE GRAPE
Address K, P. JOHNSON *00 , Bolt
Agents, El Paso, Tsxas, for prloes p
balk or ous.
Dr. J. M. Ysir and wife, who re-
osntly arrived from London to loos’e
in the Mesilla valley, are the guests of
Alderman and Mrs. E. G. Roberts un-
til the oontrao’ors complete Dr. Yait’s
residence, now In oonrse of construc-
tion on his property op the river. Dr,
Yalr is interested In the proposed dam
and irrigating oanals to be constructed
near Kiooon by a London syndicate.
Dr. Yalr Is a Sootohman, a pleasant,
Intelligent gentleman, and shrewd,
capable business man. A Times re
porter called on him yesterday and in
the oonrse of a pleasant conversation
Dr. Yalr said:
“I bought twenty acres of land In
the Mesilla vallvy and am having a
residence oonstrnoted cn it. it is my
Intention to grow fruit and vegetables
Two young men, Messrs. Muir and
Yardley, who came out to this country,
hava bought laud adjoining mine and
went up there today to look after their
property. I have no doubts as to the
suooess of the proposed dim and Irri-
gating oanals. The bonds for the en-
terprise will certainly be lhated In
“1 am highly pleased with this val
ley. It far surpasses my most san-
guine expectations The fertlli'y of
the soil Is wonderful. At Qrat glance
the land looks llks ear d, but a look at
the line orchards and vineyards of Cap
tain White, Dr. Alexander and Mr.
Wood are eloqaent testimonials of
what t he land of this valley will do with
a little water, and leaves you to lm
eglne what could be accomplished with
plenty of water for all Irrigating pur-
poses. The f; utt grown here was a
revelation to me, ana people who have
cevar seen your soil would not believe
It so rich. The waters of the Rio
Grande oarry a high grade of fertilizer,
renewing the fertility of your soil
every day. In the old country we
oave to put manure on our land every
season in order to grow anything,
while here nature fertilizes your lands
for you, keeping them always new and
fresh. I am confident that with sufli
olent water this valley can be
made the garden spot of the
earth. Yes sir, I confidently
believe that work on the proposed dsm
and Irrigating canals will be com-
menced In the immediate future, and I
anticipate great things for this valley
in the near future. We expeot many
others to follow us from the oldoouu-
try to looa*e in this vdley as soon as
hey reoeive our reports on the oountry.
Lnd as soon as scfiloleut water for all
trr'gatlng purposes is assured we will
hav<> a large Eagllsh colony here com-
posed of the middle and upper olase
<f English people—the sons of the
lardsd gentry. Among that olass ct
people the eldest son succeeds to the
ssta e on the death of hts father; and
man who have two or three sons and
tn inoome of from 12,000 to 81,000 a
year will provide for their younger
sons by starting them In the frnl:
growing business here in this new
field for English enterprise and Indus
try. It Is necessary to have some
money to start into business heie, oon
sequent ly you will ssoure a good olas
of people One gentleman wants to
raise tomatoes and I was able to write
him 1 hit be could find a mtrket for
his tomatoes at Las Cruces, as there is
a cannery there to handle them; and
no donbt that man will come oat here.
In seeking a home here In this valley
your climate was my first considera-
tion. Yes, sir, all representations
made to me relative to this oountry
have been verified. I have not been
disappointed in one single tnstanoe. I
is even better than I expected to find
and I o-tn only write btok endorse-
ments of«vary thing that has been said
as to the wonderfal fertility c.f yoat
soil. All you need is water and that
want will soon be supplied.”
Oa taking leavs of D ■. Yalr, the re-
porter was warned not to put any fancy
trlmmlrgi on what the dootor had
said, ‘if you publish this Interview,”
said the doctor modestly, “1st It be a
simple statement with nothing added
I have heard abiut how you American
,j jurnalistn put pretty speeches In oth
er people’s months."
Dr. Yalr Is certainly highly pleased
with tLe ltlo Grande valley, and makes
no effort to oonoeal bis enthusiasm
over the future prospeots of this esc
tion. And If a thousand such men as
he can be Indnoed to leave England
and Sootland and settle here it will
not. be many years until the Rio Grande
valley will be Indeed the garden spot of
the universe. Dr. and Mrs. Yalr and
Messrs. Muir and Yardley, are the ad
vanoe guard of a very large oolony of
English people who will looate in this
valley within tbe next fourteen months.
When It Is considered that Dr. Yalr Is
one of the promoters of the soheme for
the onnstrnotlon of a system of lrrigat.
irg reservoirs and oanals in the valley,
hL a surancs (hat the bonds for the
enterprise will be floated means some-
TO OPEN THIS PORT
All kinds of printing done at the
Magazines and periodicals bound at
the Times Bindery.
Yesterday was the first of the month
and bill oolleotors were oat In droves.
Jadge Baokler yesterday granted a
divorce to Panla i'arln from her hus-
Blanks and blank books of every
description made to order at the Times
The grand jary is at work Invastl
gating all complaints of violations of
A msrrlage lfoense was leaned yes-
terday to J. L. Kraus and Miss Evelyn
Frank Colltnson, the well known
oattlemao, Is moving a large herd of
cattle from Alpine to Clarendon.
Cattlemen from all sections of the
southwest are heading for El Paso,
and In a few days this olty will be fall
It Is alleged that fast running censed
the wreok at Malone Monday morning,
whioh resulted in the death of Engl
naer Frank Thompson.
Messrs. W. E. Race, J. II. Adams
and 0. B. Dowd were examined yester-
day anderlhe civil setvloe rales for all
branches of the customs service.
A party of about twenty-two of the
most eminent physicians of Mexloo
passed through the city yesterday en
route to Denver over the Saute Fe.
An Important Interview relative to
an enterprise whioh will, If carried
through to completion, resnlt in great
good to El Paso, is orowded oat this
J. Krnttsohnitt, the newly appointed
general manager of the Southern Pa-
olflo railroad syatem, passed through
El Paso yesterday eu route to San
Rev. C. J. Oxley his been returned
for another year as pastor of Triotty
Methodist ohurob, tbis city. Mr.
Oxley has accomplished flue results
since he took oharge of Trini'y ohurob.
Yesterday Sanor M. E. Flores was
appointed official interpreter for the
district court and the grand jury.
Judge Buokler says Mr. Flores is one
of the bast iaterpreters In the oonnty.
Ohas. Green, a well known insurance
man of Bowie, Arizona, was arrested
by Chief Fink yesterday on a warrant
from Flagstaff, Arizona,oharglng Green
with obtaining money under falee pre-
tenses. Sheriff Campbell of Flagstaff
was here to take the aooused back
home. Green Is well known to several
El Paso business men.
Officer Archie of the El Paso police
foroe discovered Monday evening that
Pablo Tellee, a little Juarez store keep
er, was headquarters for burglars
operating cn this of the river. Tblies
was arres’ed by the Juarez offloers for
receiving stolen property. Pablo re-
sisted arrest and the Juarez ohlef of
police gave him a severe thumping,
The BppolntmentR for the Eddy Me
thodiet district are: O. Eddington,
presiding elder; El Paso, Rsv. O. J
Oxley; Pecos City, J E Sawders; Eddy,
R-v. Sessions; Roswell. Rev. PattersoD;
Saoramentos, R»v Lowden; White
Oaks, Rev. Angel; Alpine, Rev. Hodg
sod. Albuquerque dlstrlot— Rev.
Clayton, presiding elder; Albuquer-
que, Rsv Folkes; San Marolal, Rev.
Gladney; Dtmlng, Rtv. Govett, Cer
rlllos, Rsv. Hodgson; GiUnp, Rev or th* DtitrUt
Adams; Gila, Rev. Mennlfee.
for the Admission of Mexloan Oatilt—Had
The annonnoement was made eevera 1
days ago that on the22ad of this month
the El Paso port wonld be opened for
the admlaaion of cattle from Mexloo,
and now comes a Chihuahua paper and
announoes that the United States will
raise Its quarantine against the cattle
of Ohlbnahna and Sonora at onoe.
The Times knew several days ago that
Secretary Morton wonld open this port
at an early date, and that Capt. Dan
MoOannlngham, government inspector
of cattle at this point, had bean in-
structed to secure the registered brands
of all cattle in the state of Chlhnahaa
tn order to prevent oattle from the in-
feoted coast states from being ran Into
ihis country as Chihnabua. But when
Captain MoOannlngham was «p
proaohed for information on the sub-
ject he deolintd to talk until he re
oeived orders from headquarters, and
reepeo'lng bis wishes in tbe matter the
Times haa kept quiet. But now the
oattlemen have given the Information
to the Chihuahua and Kansas City pa-
pers, consequently the seoret Is a se
cret no longer.
Captain MoCnnnlogham returned
yesterday morning from Chlhnahaa
where he seonred a fall Hat of all the
registered brands In the state of Chi
huahna and, though be still declines
to talk for publication, it Is under
stood that as 60c n as this list of brands
has been forwarded to the western
head of the department at Kansas Olty
the quarantine will be raised and the
El Paso port opened to (he admission
of oattle from t he state of Chihuahua.
This means a great deal for El Paco
It will fill the olty with cattle buyirs
from ell over the west, and all oatt'e
from Mexloo will pass throrgh E!
Paso, as the Demlng port will not be
opened until later on. A nnmbor of
buyers who bought cattle In M.xloo
last spring and were unable to gat
them out of that oouutry before pro
hlbltory quarantine regulations were
enforced, are already In the olty ready
to go whooping aoross tbe line for their
stojk the moment the quarantine Is
Captain Dan Mo Cunningham Is El
Paso’s friend and he has bsen the
moving spirit in the movement to have
this port opened before December 15th,
when the quarantine will be declared
RUN AGAINST A SNAG.
D. H. Snyder has a herd of IX) head
of registered Durham oattle In tbe
Southern Paolflc stock yards In this
olty, whioh he Is very anxious to send
hrough to Bisbee, Arizona, but uu
fortunately Mr. Snyder grazed his oat
tie iD Mitchell county, south of the
quarantine line and they became in-
fected with southern tioks.ln conse-
quence of whioh Inspector MoOannlng
ham refused to issue a oertilloate for
the oattle to enter Arlzans, and they
are still in the S u hern Paolflc pens
Mr. Suyder will probably take them
back to Mitobil. county.
Another oar load of oa’tle shipped
from Austin to Bowls, arrived here
yesterday afternoon and they too are
in ‘ hook,” as Capt. MoOunningham
refuses to Issue a certificate for them.
How good are pies if the crusts are
prepared by aid of Price’s Baking Pow-
SECOND DAY’S SESSION
REAL ESTATE, EMPLOYMENT AND
COFFEE PLANTATIONS AND LAND,
adapted to general cultiration or wheat, oorn.
coffee, fiigrar ca.*e, cotton, tobacco, ramie,
rice, banana*, tropical fruits and cattle rate-
mg—from 1 to 10,(KM acres at reassnaM"
M.WW0-.F1W Koom Brick House, with
ments,>aA*ry r Modern Improve-
$1,000.00—Four room brick
In every receipt oalling for baking
powder better results and more whole
some food will be obtained by the use
of Royal than any other, beoanee of
Its greater leavening strength and ab
Housekeepers of all nations unite In
praise of Prior’s Cream Baking Pow
He Likas Oar Hetty.
The entertaining 8( clsty reporter of
the Two Re|ubl!c% Olty of Mexloo,
"The El Paso Timf.s haa a young (I
mean unmarried) lady reporter for so
o'al happenings, and her name le
‘’Betsy," jaet as mine U “Mat.”
The 1'wc Republics ardst than re
prodaces some of Betsy's chat and
“While there is do writ of “arralgo"
oat keeping me here, still I can't very
well escape nffioe duties, Betsy, dear;
but If you will get a pass on the Oeu
tral and o in? down to Mexloo, I will
meet you at tbe train, with a chaps
rone, and end avor to m ke your stay
In tb’s vile as p'easant as possible.
Perhaps it wculd be a case of love at
first sight, as I am very susoep lble,
and we both might be retired from the
matrimonial market In short order
We are old enongh to k tow cur own
mlDds—I Infer from tbe paragraphs
quoted that yon are, and 1 am snre that
1 am—and, If yonr relatives aDd I can
come to terms as to the dowry, I will
promise to never quote the title of
W<ll Oarleton’s famous poem, ‘Betsy
and I are Out.’ “
H. M. Patterson returned yesterday
from the City of Mexloo.
H. M. Mundy is In theolty. Heoamq
up from the south yesterday.
Mrc. Or. W. Emerson returned yes
ferday from Lhs Olty of Mexlc >.
Professor Blount of the Las Oruoes
college was In the olty yesterday.
Max Krakauer was In tbe olty yesfer
day en route from Chihuahua to San
O. E Handy of the San Franolsoo
Examiner, aooompauled by his wife, Is
In the olty.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams are In the
oity from Austin to spend a few days
with their daughter, Mrs. J. W. Har
Capt. Dan MoOunningham, givern
ment oattle Inspector, and J A. Pea
oook returned yesterday morning from
Mr. Ilulltt, business manager, and
Dr. Prltohard, treasurer of Modem
Mexico, of Topeka, are in the olty on
their return from the Oity of Mexloo.
E. W Nash, secretary and treasurer
of l he OmahaGrant Smelting company,
aud a party of fr'ends came up from
Mexico yesterday morning and went
north ever the Santa Fe In a speolal
A. F. Danner, reoently of the Dorsey
Printing Co , Dallas, arrived in the
city yesterday to take oharge as fore-
man of the book and bindery depart
ment of the Times offioe. Mr. Danner
Is an expert In his Has,
It makes the finest flavored and
most wholesome food—Price’s Baking
Frank Thompson's Fnnaral.
The fnneral of Engineer Frank
Thompson was oondnoted from tbe
nndertaklng rooms of Emerson &
Berrien yesterday afternoon at 3
o’clock. The services were oondnoted
by Rev. O. J. Oxley and the remains
were laid to rest In Evergreen ceme-
tery. The oasket was covered with
floral offerings from friends of the de-
ceased. A large number of friends fol
lowed the remains to tbe grave. The
pall bearers were: Messrs. MoArthur,
Ohadlon, Carter, Halles, Walker and
MoGInley. Al Maas had oharge as
master of oeremonles. The pall bear
ers were all brother engineers and in
timate friends of
was liked by all tbe railroad men
When Judge Buokler oonvened the
dlstrlot oourt yesterday morning all of
the members of the bar were present to
hear the call of the appearanoe dooket.
The following criminal oases were set:
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3.
No. 1810. Stateof Texas vs. Mariano
State vs. Z Duran.
State vs. Clara Lara.
State vs. Maroeltna Mendez.
State vs. Drnollia Pinkston.
State vs. Catrino Lopez.
State vs. Pedro Olgnln.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5.
State vs. Benlgno Morales.
AONDAY, OCTQRES 7;
State vs. M. E Ward, and for the
same day the state vs. Max Goodman.
The oases of the state vs S. P. May
nard and the state vs. W. II. Wheat
are set for Wednesday, October Dch.
Ed. Garnett, treasurur of Brewster
county, who Is oharged with having
held up himself, secured a change of
venue to this oonnty, and his case will
be called Wednesday, November 1.3th.
The two oases agalnRt Bud Frazer
will be called for trial November 13th
The oases against Martin M'rose,
charged with oattle stealing, and John
Wesley Hardin, oharged with holding
up Phil Baker in the Gem card rooms,
were dismissed by Judge Buckler as
the defendants had departed to the
The charge of rape against Jose Mar
tlnez was dismissed, lie wan convicted
of inoest at the lest term of court and
sentenced to two years In the pen, The
oharge of rape against W. H. Wheat
was also dismissed
$l.S0).00-.Fotir ltoom Brick House, with
Very cheap*'0 oset8 l‘n<* 8*wer connections.
$1,500.00-Three Room Brick House anti
nlce Mule h„miru- .hrubbery. A
*1.400- Four Koom Brick House, bath,
pantry, closets anil sewer connection.
*• .001”Seven room brick house, bathroom,
•tore room, stuhles. sheds, sewer connec-
tions, tine garden and shrubbery. A beauti
crm5<,"?jree 1.ot? 0,1,1 three room house.
$•*!<! cash down, balance on time
FARMS--Down the valley. Very Cheap.
Residences and Business Houses.
MONEY TO LOAN.
General Informs'ion about Mexico given.
V. L. SANCHEZ,
Oregon St., near Postofflce,
lOST-Pass book belonging to 1\ D Mo-
18 Carty, Santa Fe ticket office.
F* !*,^*t^ oud7tion Mehang^Mffir6*
gent’s bioyole. O. 0., 80-Tmie office.
pOR RENT—A pleasant fnrtiishcd room for
COK 8ALK.—“Furnished room for rent’
cards ,or 8,110 **'
F°offlceLB~Blott,n* P“P«r at tha Time
pOK HALH—Babbit metal at tha Tim/
Architect and Supervisor.
A. H. WHITMKR. D, D. S.
In all its Branches
Over Santa Fe Ticket Office.
C. C. & A. B. BROWN.
GOLD CROWN AND
18 A 20 Sheldon Block,
El Paso, Tex.
INDEPENDENT ASSAY OFFICE.
Reckhart A Hcokelman.
Agents for ore shippers. Office ami Labora-
tory cor. Fan Francisco and Ch’huahua Sts.
P. O. Box 88 K! Paso, Tex.
Real Estate and Insurance.
A. M. LOOMIS.
Real Eitate and Insurance.
289 San Antonio Street.
Easy to Buy,
Easy to Ride.
IIU San Franolsoo Street,
I have the only stock of wall paper
that has arrived In El Paso this season.
Como and see the new shades We use
a disinfectant (prepared by Dr. Race)
In our size and paste. Essential In
oases of diphtheria and consumption.
W# II. Tuttle
Phone 100, Masonio Building.
The Hotel Delaware Is the most con-
venient hotel In the olty for officials of
the federal oourt, being ouly two
blocks from the oourt house.
Helen Bternau, Dressmaker, Rooms
1 aud 2, Mundy block.
Gape Ood Oramberrles per qt......15o
Fall Cream Cheese..........per lb 15
Peerless Cod Fish lb bricks...... 10o
14 lbs Greeley Potatoes ......... 25
18 “ California “ .......... 25
10 lb. pail Pare Lsaf lard........ 95
12 “ Mexloan Beat s........... 25
3 “ No. 1 Rloe................ 25
2 lbs. Java and Mooha Coffee... 75
3 paoksgss Rolled Oats, new..... 25
the deceased, who oaua tomatoes .............. 25
rdlrnsd m.n 2 cans Loonomy Cream.......... 25
ObarB White Star soap.......... 25
Mrs. F. H. M lore, fornerly of the St. i Pine Oreemsry butter lb bricks.. 25
Charles and Center Blook rooming Good sugar oorn per oan 10
bouses, has opened the Hotel Delaware,, l 12 oz Can Dr. Prloes Baking
oorner Mesa aveaue and Texas street.! >wder..................... 35
Everything new and first-olase. ; Sour Kraut per lb. 6o
—-- We have a new and fresh stook and
Farnlture in all the latest and lead- gnarantce everything that goes out of
log styles at last year’s prloes.
Baker, 308 San Antonio et.
onr store. STAR GROOERCO.,
219 San Antonio st.
BAB 8II.VFR (Smelter Quotation).. fi7
COFFER ................................ ...... |, OO
LEAD (Jaulatlon)................ 3 IS
LEAD. Jew York.....................3 30to3 35
IKON. America..................11 50 Co 1 4 00
IMKXIOAN PESOS (Joarei)................. 53
MEXICAN PESOS (El Pago)............... 53
UNITED STATES WB4THBR BUlilAU.
Barometer (sen level)............... 3
Direction of wind ... "
Wind velocity (miles per hour)..... ,,,
Rainfall last 24 hours (in and build) Trace
Highest temperature................... fij
Lowest temperature today ....... 51
ARRIVAL AND l)K PA KTIJKK O K MS I LS
G. H. A S. A................10:15 a m.
T. A 1‘......................10:30a. in.
Mexican Central;...........11 ICO a. tn.
A.T.AS. F............... 1:45p.m.
Southern Pacific............ 3:3a p. m.
Silver Cl*y Local.......•„... 7:40 p. m.
3:05 p. in
3:25 p. m.
2:20 p. m.
U :0() a. m.
11:20 a. m.
5:00 a. in.
EJ Faso Coffin & Casket
*15 EL f'ASO STREET
Undertaken xnd embalmers. Hearses
and carriages furnished. Telephone 71
THOMAS A, DWYER, JR., *
HOURS WINDOWS OPEN AND CLOSE.
General tlelivery it open from 7 a. ur to 6 p
m., except while eas cm mail is being distrib-
uted. Money order window opens at 8 a. m.;
closes at 5 p. m. Register and stamp windows
open at 8 a. m.; closes at 5 p. m.
General Delivery and Carriers window will
be open from 11:30 to 12:30 p.m.
Stamp window open at the same time.
JOHN JULIAN, P.M.
LOCAL TIM* OF AKllIVAL AND PEPAKTUH*.
TEXAS A PACIFIC.
................................................ p. in
Arrives................Juarez..................8:40 o. m,
_ “ ...................El Paso..............9.20 a. m
Departs.................. Kl Paso......•.........3:40 p.m.
' ••••........Juarez..............4:40 p.m
i: RECEIVING AND FORWARDING I
STATE OF CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO.
| * Huys ami sails native and foreign pro-
ducts on commission, and receives and < >
dispatches freights by rail, express and
Hot el Phoenix
Cor. W. Overland and Santa
Fe stroets, El Paso, Tex.
Centrally located in nice neigh-
borhood. Street car line passes
Call on or address A.M. Loomis,
agent, or A.Wolft, proprietor, 608
N. Oregon street, El Paso, Tex.
| E*I‘P*A*N*S. i
One (Jives Belief.
PURE IIYOEIA ICE.
Mad* from distilled water. Telephone
114. El Paso Ice & Refrigerator Co
Ask for the EL PA8O TRANSFER,
the beet five oent CIGAR in the mar
We have refuted our Car-
pet Cleaner with entirely new
machinery, and are now ready
to receive carpets to be clean-
ed at reduced prices and guar-
antee satisfaction. For prices,
etc., inquire of
SAM’L SCHUTZ & SON.
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