El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 80, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 3, 1892 Page: 4 of 8
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mL and without doubt the leading newspa-
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the Port Worth Gasette 111 this spe-
“Since the apparent defeat of the
Bland bill congress has become a stale,
flat and unprofitable body. Dreary
speeches on the tariff are the order in
the house and they find but few listen-
ers. Only one tariff speech this sea-
son has awakened the slightest inter-
est; that made by Mr. Bryan of Ne-
braska All tho rest have been doll
and tiresome repetitions of ^speech-
es made in past congresses. The sil-
ver question is ten times more absorb-
ing than the tariff. It is likely that
j the country will hear a great deal more
about silver before this congress ad-
journs, but the discussion will be
transferred to the senate.
“Mr. Morgan of Alabama showed his
faith in the white metal by some point-
ed resolutions in the senate today, in-
structing the finance committee to in-
quire into the effect of the silver act of
1890 on the price of silver bullion. He
asked for a prompt report, because
there was great industrial depression,
and he wanted to get at the views of
senators on the propriety of free coin-
age He wanted to know if there were
senators who would allow their presi-
dential aspirations to outweigh their
sense of duty to the people who were
clamoring for financial relief. If the
senate would only pass a free coinage
bill, which can easily be done if Demo:
cratic senators respect the wishes of
their people, it is highly probable that
the moral effect would be so strong
that Bland and the genuiue friends of
free coinage would make another suc-
cessful effort in the house. Then the
heavy responsibility of a veto would be
thrown on Benjamin Harrison. In the
senate this morning Mr. Morgan threat-
ened to precipitate a discussion of the
silver quostion upon the senate by in-
troducing a series of resolutionsdirect-
ing the committee on finance to in-
quire into the causes of the depression
in agriculture and business and tho
effect of the silver act of 1890.
“Mr. Sherman appealed to him to al-
low the committee to make the inquiry
before the debate is had, but Mr. Mor-
gan said he intended to call the resolu-
tions up tomorrow and discuss them
regardless of the feelings of President
Harrison, the Democratic presidential
nominee or any other person.
renewed next week in the house. The
location of these courts is of universal
Interest, and the selection of the sen-
ate will probably not be improved
The Austin Statesman, in the follow-
ing paragraph shows a most exoellent
understanding of the spirit and force
of El Paso citizenship:
“When those El Paso citizens reach
the state capitol and perambulate up
the long slant to the capitol, that dis-
trict combining El Paso with San An-
tonio will be hastily taken to pieces.”
, price i “Worth • Guinea a Bos.” I Me.
S Bilious and Nervous
1 Renowned all over the World.
) Ask for Bcccbarn’s and take no others.
.Made at St Helens, England. Sold by
' druggists and dealers. New York Depot,
The People’s Favorite Line from
TO ALL POINTS
North, East and West.
Key to Our Table of Rates.
The Express says that “San Antonio
is very well pleased with her new dis-
trict, even if it does extend to New
Mexieo. New Mexico is on the earth
and that is some improvement over the
last congressional apportionment of
The Times will venture tho assertion
that within five years, if tho commit-
tee’s apportionment stands, San Anto-
Pullman Palace Buffet Sleeping Cars
of the latest designs are attaohed to all
trains of this line for
the per Inch rate decreases for increased
•pace from $5.00 to $2215, but for the same
length of tireo 9 inches are sold at $22.50, and 18
iaekea are sold at $2.25 per inch, $40.50,
Throne inch rate is the basis of the whole
table, as the short tme rates ttxod arc a per
and that she will cry for somebody to
help her to “turn El Paso loose.”
It appears that the inquiry into the
**nSulme rate is 33M per cent of the mouth J effect of tariffs, past and present, upon
The 2 times rate is W per cent of the month ! waSes and cost of living, which has
rat*. , .... been under prosecution by a sub-com-
U » percent o, the —U. j ^ con,mitt„
^The 1 woc-k rute 60 per cent of the month , genate for some time past, is in a fair
The 2 weeks rate is 75 per cent of tho month j vVay toward Completion. A Special in-
r*Xhe 3 weeks rate is90*perccnt of the mouth j vestigatiou of the operations of tho Mc-
1,1The 3 months rate is 3 timls the month rate. | Kinley law is among the objects of the
1^n.”S;STK,ita«.tl1.u.o»th „t.j -Bradstnet’s.
I*M $9 per cent discount.
The 9 months rate is 9 times tho month rate,
lea 25 per cent discount.
The year rate is 12 times the mouth rate,
lea $0 per cent discount.
ea 90 per cent disco
Special position—Fifty per cent extra.
“BTo, D.” advert la
„. vr, ’ advertisements charged at two-
thirds of daily rate.
Professionalt'uras $3.00 per month,
Metal Base Cuts only accepted.
Had the commission taken the trou-
ble to prosecute its investigations as
far southwest as El Paso it would have
found some “effects” not at all com-
plimentary to tho McKinley tariff
Ywenty-flveoeut* per line first insertion; 15
eeato for each subsequent insertion. Con-
tracts for 1000 lines, to be taken in 3 months,
til Paso, Texas,
Mr. Daniel S. Lamont, formerly
private secretary to President Cleve-
land, is said to be dying at bis home in
New York city. Mr. Lamont is still a
young man, He |s said to have wrought
his owu destruction by overwork in
tho mauagomentof |vast interests with
which he has become connected since
the close of his career as a model secre-
Thk State Democratic committee has
decided to hold the gubernatorial con-
vention in Houston, Tuesday, Aug- 24. j tary to a model president.
The convention for the selection of j ---
delegates to the national convention
will meet at Lampasas Tuesday,
The storm that raged in El Paso yes-
terday was not nearly so alarming and
destructive as in many sections of the
country. Tho telegraphic service was
so demoralized Friday that it was im-
possible to get full reports for yester-
Colorado papers are not inclined to
credit to the fullest the dispatches an-
nouncing the shutting down of mines
on account of the low price of silver.
All agree, though, that theoutlook is
most gloomy indeed. It is an indis-
putable fact that only tho richest and
most economically managed mines can
pay with silver below 90cents.
San Antonio, Houston, Gal-
New Orleans, La.
Passengers for all points north and
east make direct and close connection
at New Orleans with only one change
of ears (in day light) saving from four
to ten hours in time between El Paso
and New York.
Secure your tickets and travel by
this popular route.
City Ticket Office, Grand Central
Hotel building. Or Depot Ticket
Office, Southern Pacific Depot, east of
the “Plaza.” *
W. C. WATSON,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent.
New Orleans, Louisiana.
C. W. HOLE,
Commercial Agent, El Paso, Texas.
H. D. PLATO,
Ticket Agent.El Paso. Texas.
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W A.Irwin & Co., Druaitts, ihEIPmo St.
Bxfrssentativb Baker made a g al
Unit fight in the house against the un-
just congressional apportionment bill,
bat all to no purpose. The bill finally
passed substantially &s reported from
the committee. It may yet be defeated
in the senate, and the matter will thus
be thrown into a conference com-
Of all the foolish work of the Texasj
legislature none, probably, has exceed-
ed in that lino Mr. Batts’ resolution
refusing tho use of the state capitol to
political conventions. The resolution
passed the house, but a “sober second
thought” finally prevailed and tho ac-
tion was reconsidered. If the people
of the state as represented in their pol-
itical eonventions are not to use the!
I capitol building, then who should?
Big G. Hour
without tho aid
■P _ cum in e few dan
without tho aid or publicity of a
doctor. Non-polsonou» and
teed not to stricture.
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Bronson Block, 113 San Antonio Street, El’Paso, Texas.
J. a RATNOLD8, Prest.
JEFFERSON RAYNOLDS. Vice Prest.
XL S. BEATTIE, Cashiac.
U. a STEWABU, Amt. Cash.
T NATL BANK.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINES8 TRANSACTED.
Mexican Silver Bought and 8nld.
M. A. DOLAN’S
Woodwork and Carriage Painting neatly dona, Wagons, Buggiee, eta, bought
______ and sold.
LOTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
LOWEST PRICES AND EASIEST TERMS.
. Newman, Russell & Coles, Agents
Car. St. Lonifi and Oregon Streets.
La FLor de Mexico
OIGAR FACTORY, EL PA80, TEXAS.
G. SAUER & CO., Props.
We employ only Spanish hand labor, twing imported tobacco exclusively and
guarantee our patrons a first-class Cigar in every respect. Phone 124.
Opera Honse Block, 311 El Paso Street.
R. CAPLES. ’ L. HAMMER.
CAPLES & HAMMER,
Contractors & Builders.
EL PASO. TEXAS.
E. A. STUART & CO.,
Corner San Francisco and El Paso Streets,
ED PASO, TEXAS.
G. W. EMEPSON. E. V. BEBKUSH,
Casket and Coffin Co.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMER8, 415 EL PASO STREET
Telephone 197. Open day and night. Hearnland earrlogee furnhhed. Work guaranteed
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El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 80, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 3, 1892, newspaper, April 3, 1892; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth540049/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.