El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. SIXTEENTH YEAR, No. 302, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 15, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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Cl PftfiO Daily Tim«b, Tuw lay, December 16. 1896,
Myar Opera House,
Tharsdag and Friday,
Tb* Mo* IntMN **i Rroltatlo Pl»»
mm to jwura Deploring R«a
eta a* it is today.
Gnry pbn* of Rnarian Hf» «tow
to thru line M«n. Elaborately
•Mgpd. Beautifully costumed Erary
rat m mole ptetara.
Ttefeotc M onto *t Richards* Jaralry
idv'i Bearing Totocrw
In Floridt They Will Not
Allow Spaniards to
Tfil DEATH OF MACEO.
(Mur Vovr to Ttka UM LAI. at Aw l»»-
M« wno oiabTBtM o. *««•■» or iwnir
IT. I m r I------ en* AmtM Ankotlltol
•re B.vtnc t H.rc Umit Pr,T»Ut| I
Om Dir* ia But PUret.
Mhy <rMUn. Martin Pot, pr*»M*«*
of tholraa moridan Union of North
Owing to tho
death of hto mother tho addma waa
nod by I. S. Dm ay. Mon •ffoettn
action for tho olght hoar loo oodothor
itfotai won nooMtooadod. Spoolol
SmhI Wood* OBd John MaUtnnoa of
Batted aad Loato V tgouroax of
President Gob port ra» ponding to
tho oddnn of ooIoobo nforrod to
tho aitook* oa tho organisation b*-
man it woo aoroly a fodorotloo aad
not o boto oompaet oalon. H. Mow
od bow tho falloot ooopo imagine to
individual opiate* oad righto ond
IS IT A FAKEfl .rr^N°5-.,
tnot pow wow one whothor or aot to
A Conference Bstweett Cleve* | !^_l1.Lh.V.rfUr0*d„rl?.hl of w“7
land and McKinley
IN REFERENCE TO CUBA.
Mooatlmo tholr reservation ororllo* a
volaobl* body of antoaohtd oool.
Judge H. H. KUpotrlok h*i started
from Morfo to otted tho Notionol Ii-
rtgotion oongro** ot Phooalt, which
moot* oa tho 16th of thl* Booth. Jodgo
KUpotrlok lo ono of tho flva dologatoa
from T*»* appointed by Gor. Oalbtr-
Tho Loot Galoh Mining oomptny
A sngge*ttoa to *o lovit. ■*•
■M«r *o «»hi*iui to ttoMoii iw Re-
Itrl to tk. OvKIenl OenSItlen wt AIT*Ira
to o*o.- u >ho. rnwpoto* to Bore Boo I atortod th.tr 10 atomp quarts mill lost
Oor>« p<MO«.M WHO McKini.r. | Saturday for o trio! ran. It laonaot
tha moot oomplato mill* la Globo dls
tt.. •. .p1puuoM rss
to tho Eronlng Worlds not o tologrnm | tha yoUow metal .—Silver Balt.
A rlpplo of exoltement woe ooatodln
^'J*u\n'oT UYor-1lat,on “** orlttool oondltion of Oa-1 mining oirolaa tha past waak by tha
of pobuo optote ^ a__ _____I baa affairs oad tho osaoaatnotlon of | discovery of a blanket vain of gold
mil** o little
tags oontalaod a noval suggestion to I Mat of north from Joromo. The die
_ _. . . . .......... President Cleveland to invito Proal- oorary was mad* by W. H. Hawkins,
alaot McKinley to Washington to who had ...aya mad. which gave r.
on onadoo 1*1* an o oar* o ^ dlaooa* tho moat faaatbla plan to befol- tnrna of 1106 lo gold and 6190 In all-
r#nUon * r*0*** w“ *“*“ n ‘' lowed by the president concerning the var. Tha rain la said to ba nearly one-
attttnde of tha United StetM towards I half a mil# wlda and oan ba traoad for
Wa8Hisgin*m, Dao, U—la presenting I oaba daring tha ramalndar of I mllaa through tha foot hills.—Jaroma
tha Turkey Armenian memorial. I Pr^j d.nt Cleveland’* term. The Mining New*.
Galltngar, ot Now Hampshire, arid ha I ph* World artlolo oontlnnaa I A Rollin oorraapondant ot tha Bor
fully approved the terms ot the I *.jt u not probable Governor Morton I der Vldatta stater that a representative
memorial taolodlng the statement 1 W0Qjd have proeffrred the anggeatloo I of tho United Verde oopper mines,
the! the great powara ot Christendom I QQi*M he believed It would be aooapt-1 altnated at Jerome, la there with a
should Intervene even If It resulted In I 8bj8 President Eleot McKinley I view of getting oontrol of some of the
toe dismemberment of the Turkish I iodMd tt la aeld tha governor had aoms I oopper Interaata in the Washington
Palter ot Kansas, IntrodooeJ a com
prehanalva raaolutlon for tha appoint-
ment of a commission to Investigate
Kxi West. Pla., Dec 14—Much
trouble has bean experienced bare In
Use pest twenty-four hour* to prevent
conflicts between too Cuban and
yA|to»«.h residents, the latter being
brand to celebrate the death of Me-
mo. n*'! it not bean for the energetic
work of the olty officials bloodshed
would here followed. Cubans have
fi^ts at half mast and bouses to
mourning. At Ybor City serious
trouble is feared the mayor has sent
the chief of police to the scene to take
prompt action. Cubans have gone
from West Temps to Ybor City vowing
to take tbs Ilfs of any Spaniard who
may ba mlabrattng the death ot Ms'.
Wash'sgton, Dec. 14-Tbs ways and
■Mans committee in the bouse decided
to begin bearings on tbs tariff on De
mmbar 28 and continue them for two
Tbs bouse adopted a concurrent res
olutice offered by Dlogley for ao ad.
journmsnt for tbs holldey recess from
December 22 to January 5
Teller of Colorado was on
the floor iff the senate today for the
first time elooe tbs session opened.
Oa bis desk was a large basket of
flowers tied with heavy ribbon stream
an of rod, whits and bins. Taller was
cordially greeted by his associates on
both rides of tbs chamber.
Tbs Vim President announced Shat
Ban, Elkina and MitoheU ofWieoon
bin, as a c:mmitts* on arrangement*
tor Ik* Inauguration of tha president*
•loot to accordance with a resolution
introduced by 8German.
Blanchard, of Louisiana presented
th* credentials of his suooeeeor Samuel
Doug leas McEnary tor the term be-
ginning March 4 next, adop'ed with-
out division ■ _.
rasnuM or u»<«.
Cincinnati, Dec. 14—The 10th annual
convention of the American Federa
»ttoo of Labor wa oalled to order at 10
•’•teka. m. today by Pris'.deat Bern
nei Gosper*. About ono hundred
.ere present end
permanent monetary system. The
resolution raoitea that the raoant aloo-
tlon did not show dsflultsly that tha
people favored any one of tha four
monetary policies on whioh th* cam-
paign proceeded vls:Gold monometal
Chicago, Dec. Ug Beeves 2 40@5 50; I f rcm * group ot olalms In the Pate-
end report on the establishment of a | cows and heifers 1 60@4 00; Texans, gonta mountains, owned and controlled
2 80@4 15; stookers and feeders 2 90 by W. H. Riodall of Nogales, and
esoo. St*, »o.d ,™d.. ’ “• "
Kansas Cm, Dao. 14—Taxes steers
2 50®3 40; Texas cows 1 20@2 50: Na-
tive steers 3 15@500; Native cows and
U*m, International bimetallism, sllvar, I heifers 1 00@3 50; Stookers and feed
and gold at 16 to 1, or 16 to 1 raUoers 2 00@3W; Bull.l Jff^ | uTs .Mite* teRra^mto M«Vc“o"
sopplementad by legal tender notes. I—Lambs32504 90; bulls 2 00@3 35. 1
Hi* commission proposed Is to oon-1 Gr^. n*rk*«.
elst of ona National Dsmoorat, one I Chicago, Dso. 14—Th* olose of to
Republioen, ono Dsmoorat and ona Isay’s figures were: Wheat Deo-
Popullst theM to ealaot a fifth persoD I amber 78)4"o; January 76^0. Corn
of recognised learning in flaanm. -December 22%; January 23%
They are to be appointed by the preel- I Oats D*oemb*r J.J^^J*n • •
su'd NslTorl N‘W Yohk, Dso. 14-Money on call I chihuahua for Jfiuropeau oapHaHsts.—
San Franoisoo, Denver and . *w Or | nomtnally 1%@2 psr oenl;prime P»P«* | Msxloan Herald.
4@Ga; silver 65%o; lead 2.75.
oorrospondanoa with McKinley regard-1 oamp and Patagonia mouutala looall-
11°* R.”__I (tea. The correspondent was reoantly
o*tti* M*rk*ia I gh0WD soma fins high grad* oopper or*
N#xt to George W. Vanderbilt, th*
I largest land owner In North Carolina
who owns tha graat Roanoka planta-
L W. Morgan, mtnlrg engineer, of
Los Angeles, Cal., has for soma tlma
past betn In this country whara ha has
been engaged in th* examination of
sevaral silver and gold propartles In
PALACE DINING BALL.
U LOT OOMFANT,
First Class Restaurant 1
Yea Charley Tong, - Proprietor.
1»S » Peso Street.
Napoleon J. Roy
BL PASO, : : TEXAS.
ALWAYS tBKSH BBBB OM TAP.
BEST FIFTEEN CENT L TJNOB
IN THE CITY
PBOM U A. M. TO J O'CLOCK P. M.
Caro and Promptness Guaranteed.
Telephone No. 1.
i C. SHBBRY, Prop.
Boneral Boiler and Shut Iron Works
Corner Santa Fe and Third St*.
TURJUTG, SASH, BLINDS
AMD HILL WORK A SPECIALTY.
Pint and Virginia Sts. Telephone 172
Ell Paso Houte.
The great popular route
East and West
SHORT LINE TO
•New Orleans, Kansas Uity, b».
Louis, Ne w York and
Favorite line to the North, Bast
Pullman buffet sleeping can
and solid trains from £1 Paso
to Dallas, Ft. Worth, New
Orleans, Memphis and St.
EL PASO TRANSFER Co.
HACKS, BUS AMD BAQQAGB.
Phone U. >00 to 810 Booth Oregon St
216 BL PASO STBBBT.
SHORT ORDER HOUSE
BVOpen day end nigh*. Oyster*, Pith end
Gem* In every style.
leans; to rooetve 64000 asob, and to
oouolnds thatr Investigations within
twelve months. Th* resolution pro-
poses an appropriation for tha com
Polloemen Nos. 550 and 417 had the
disagreeable doty on Tuesday night of
NewYobk, Deo. 14—Dsn Stuart and I OOD(iQotlng I wa gentleman, hopelessly
________ J*m Oorbstt have had a meeting lo I drank, to the polloe station. In tha
Hria, of Maine,off*r#daooncurrant|r*,*r#noa t0 G»a lattar signing artlolas pockets of one of them thsy found
roeolntlou for tha holiday reoass from It0 flght Bob PHz,,mmon' Qnd*r th* 6400 and In thos# ot th* other nearly
Dso. 22 to Jan. 5. Refarrad to th*pexM managament. Stuart stated I |2oo Next morning tha money was
appropriations oommlUM. th*fc ht woald gaarante* a purse of r,turned to Its owners, In aaob case
o..,, .r F.orid^ pr.wpt.j. 'L
foreign relations to make an inquiry as Ith* authorities. Corbett positively I--
„ tt. ,0... ....t... | I Mrs. Anna Gage, wife of El
msetlog adjourned until next Tuesday1
an early day. Another resolution by
Call requested the president to da
mend the roleeM of all United States
oltlzsne imprlfoned in th* Spanish
Deputy U. S. Marshal,
GolumbuSf Kan., says i
“I was delivered
of TWINS in
less than 20 min-
utes and with
scarcely any pain
after using only
two bottles of
q women are trying
to do everythin*
it is not strange
that many things
are over-done.- It is
not strange that
there are all kinds of
physical and men
tal disturbances. If
the woman who 1* a
doctor, or a lawyer,
or a journalist, or in
business would not
try to be a society
woman too it might
be different; but the
woman who knows
when she has dons
a day's work has yet
to be bora. Usually
a woman's way is to
keep doing until she
Working in this
way has manifold
evils. As an old
colored Aunty used
“There’s always somethin’ the
If It isn’t one thing it's two.” The
trouble resulting from over-
exertion, either mentally or physically, is
constipation of the bowels, with all its at-
There is no human ailment that so saps
the energies, so deadens the ambitions, as
that coming from the bowels forgetting
their vocation, or the liver only work-
lag about eight hours out of the twenty-
Dr. Fierce’s Pleasant Pellets are the most
effectual remedy in the market. They work
Upon the system easily, naturally. There
is no unpleasant nausea after taking them
Ho griping—no pain—no discomfort They
are composed of materials that go through
“ system gradually, collecting all impuri-
and like the good little servants that
j are, disposing of them effectually.
Mua. Kosarna M. Buss, of CMeue, Ot
mao County, Art* York, says:
nI had suffered much with dullness, some-
times faintness from too much mental work.
Over exertion physically caused constipation of
the bowels. I tried liver pillt. They gave tem-
porary relief. Two years sgo I began using Dr.
Pierce’s pleasant pellet*. 1 have, at intervals,
used three bottles, and I am so* enjoying unla-
^ Tours truly,
OM Bask Suspends.
, , . .. . . . , _ . «, Hollidatsbubg, Pa , Dso. 14—Th*
penal colony In th* l*te<j of Cento o Flrgt Nattontl bank on* of th* original
the ooast of Afrioa. A third resolution ^ Natlonal b#nka in th#
from Call a*ed1th. eeoretory ot state Unlud Sutgs 6ap.Qdad ba8,M88 thli
for a list ot all Uoltod Stotaa oltlzens1
Imprisoned la Spanish .attlamaot*,, . „0n acooaQt of ,b8 btavy
•to., with th. oiroumstano*. of th.lr thl> b8Dk lD th. p88t thlrfy
arroat, ohargM, oonvlotlou, ato. Thraa 88ptoUlly ln th8ia#t two 8r thr*.
resolutions waro refarrad to tha com- J dgyg board of dlr#otor. have de-
mlttoa on fof*iffo raUtion*. I old(d t0 80>p8nd bueluaas until further
Allen, of Nebraska, was than rsoog- 1
nlzsd for a spssoh on his rosolatton, to- ■ Bettans*.
oltlug th. stats* have not tho powor to WashiNoton, Dso. 14-Whsolook G., DID N£)T gtTFFEB AMBKWAED.
togislato in suoh a manner asto Vsszty, of Vermont, hsa sant Ms rs- KxpreHor M.u, on mceiptotprice
the obligations of oontraote Th# I B,KQ8llon to th# Prsa,dsnt ae a member I boM,«- Book "To HotuAbb
speech waa Urgely a rsfutatlon of Ly tb8 |nt«rstate oommoroo oommls-1 BIUDnELI) begcutou CO., ATLANTA, BA.
ohargaa made by Ssnstor Hoar J8jon jj(8 8aoo,8ior will bo a V*r-I sold bv all druggistb.
to a raosnt address before the I mont*P. Vsszty’s resignation Is due[
bom* market club in Boston. I to 111 health from a beat stroke
Alton arid neither Nebraska nor any I »•». wins.
other state whioh retnrnod Populist I Piebbe, S. D , Dso. 14—In th* man-I ff“r““orar^(sen level).
sisotors was on that aooonnt to be I damns ossa to oompal tbs lssuanoa of I Direction of wind ............
olssssd m revolutionary and regard- certificates to the Rapublloan slsotors weeth.0r0Clty.t“!!e.*.per h°n.r.)'......
lssa of th* sacred nature of legal oon- on a partial oauvass tha court today I ^“‘^VAcmperahtur™today “d h’1I,d',
traota and obligations ha aesnrsd east- held tha board baa a right to ad j mru u*mt Umperutnre today"
SISTERS OF CHARITY
NORTH STANTON 8TREE1
yksmbdats wiaihib in el rato
UNITED STATUS WBATHBB BUBBAU.
Observation at 5 :&i p. m„ looal time.
' - 30 23
era stockholders of western railroads and secure th* complete return*. This ARR1VAL awn depart lb a or wails
that tbay had nothing to tsar. Ths | give. Bryan the sl*o«ors. | arrival ^
western judges wars equal iu justtosl ..cu. MBVirD NIC WC
sod lutelllgsooe to those of the east! NEW MEXICO NEWS,
and woald bold tto balance fairly bs-
____ rssldsDts and non rsald.nta I Noar Las Vsgas th* remains of k|££££:!$p:£:=:Z*d0P.m.
Th., ..uldpnrnltb.o..,.«pluu-1 p.».
tutsrrsd naked and oat in two. The* a.t. as. f.
zetton and wild and reokless managa
meat of corporations but woald bo !m
partial In tho onforooment of both th. 8k»'»ton 18 th,t °,f1“ m*n, nnd”8,z»»
Utter and aplrtt of tho law. Inoon-| the hair la of a light color bat m.y
elusion ho oharaotorizsd Hoar's ra
marks as “rsflsotlng on tho poor and |
straggling bat honest Christian oom
Bam Fbamoisgo, Dso. 14—Eipsrtsda
olsre Ink on Mro. Cravons oontraot by
...10:05 a. m...
...” ..-3:45 p. m
have bean blaaohsd, having bson bnrlsd
for asvaral yoara.
Hon. L. Brad fold Prlnoo has just
obtained from Paris one of tho moat
extraordinary books oonnootod with
New Mexico that over wee printed. It
Is In Frsnob. printed In Paris In 1784, |
Arrives...................11:20 a. m
Leav.s.....................U:aO *. m..._............10:50 a.
HOURS WINDOWS OPEN AMD OLOSI.
General delivery Is open from 7 s. m- So6 p.
m., exoept while eaatern mall Is being distrib-
uted. Money order window opens at 8 a. m.;
closes at 5 p. m. Regleter and stamp window•
open at 8 a. m.; closes at > p. m
General delivery andOerrlera window will
be open 'rom 11 a. m. to 12 m.
Stamp window open p. M
American Brewing Co.’s Beer
Wholesale acd Retail.
PURE8T and BEST.
Uyste s All Styles and on tbe
BILLIARDS AND POOL
BL PASO, TEXAS.
See that your tickets read
via Texas and Pacific railway.
For maps, time tables, tickets
rtaes and all required Informa-
tion, call on or address any of
the ticket agents, or
B. F. DARBY8HIRE
Sen. Agent, El Paso. Tea
QA8TON ME8LIER, L 8. THORNE,
Gen J A T.Agt. 3rd Y. P. A G.Uan
The Fruit Belt Route.
THE PECOS VALLEY
Tims oard In t fleet May 6.1896, (Can.
tral time): Leave Psoas, Tex , dally at
3:40 a. m , arrive at Raswall, N. M., at
12:45 p. m. Leave Roswell, N. M.,
dally at ?:00 p. m , arrive at Peooa,
Tax., at 11:05 p. m.; connecting with
the Texas and Paolflo railway for all
potato north, eouth, *aet and west.
Stages for Lincoln, Whit* Oaks and
Nogal leave R rawed on MoDdaya,
Wednesdays end Fridays at 7 a. m.
For low rates, for information ra-
gardlog ths resonroes of this valley,
the prloe of landi, or any other matters
of Interest to tb* public, apply to
E O. Faulkneb,
Receiver and Gan. Mgr., Eddy, N. M.
Pioneer Marble Works
M. ROTUMMO, Prop
All kinds of Monument work to
order. Granite and Marble Tomb-
stones and all kind* of O mate-y
Work. Stone Coping for cemeter-
ies • I>^n Fences.
Baa Antonio Street,
Opposite Court Houae.
El Paso Coffin & basket
Corq p any
415 RL PASO 8TKEE P.
Undertakers and Embalmers.
Hearaea and carriages famished
Dr. E. Alex&r tlet’s
THE PURE JUIOE OF THE GRAPE
Address R. F. JOHNSON A CO. Soli
Agsnts, El Paso, Taxes, for prloes In
bilk or case.
FL1A8DSE OB TBAVBL.
WberetLe Sun Shines Always.
Call *>n or A 'dress the Und r-
g gneit for Fall P»' tloulats.
J F DONOHOE,
COHHEBCl IL AGENT,
BL PASO, TBX*B.
IFIIe No. 254.]
The state of Texas, to the sheriff or any con-
stable of El P-so county, greeting:
_ - — • ’ • tor
Howard Thompson, adminlstral
estate of O. V. Aoy, deceased, having filed ln
onr «ounty court his fl al aec uut of th. con-
dition of tn» es ate of said O. V. Aoy, deceased
oge her with an applicatlo 1 to be dlaobarged
from said administratorship, you arc hereby
commandet, that by publication of this writ
for at least twenty ays in a newspaper regu-
larly published in the county of El Paso yon
give doe notice to all persons interested in 'he
account for final stUlement of sa'd estate, to
file their objections thereto, If any they have,
on or before the January erm, 1897, of said
county court, comtrenciug and to be holden at
the c< nrt house of said county, in <h, olty of
El Paso, Texas, on the 4th day of January, A.
D., 1897. wh n said account and application
will he considered by sa'd court.
Given under my han l and real of said court
at my office in the city of El Paso, Texaa, this
4th day of D camber, A. D. 1896
(Seati PARK W. PITMAN,
Lle.k of County Court of HI Paso Connty.
By C. ARANDA, Deputy.
A true oo;y, I certify:
F. B. SIMMONS.
Sheriff of El Paso County.
By W. J. TEN EYCK, Deputy Strartff.
Tending of music, magazines,
13 law books, medioal journal*,
etc., a specialty at the Times
office. TelephoD3 SB.
which aba claim, to ba a oontraot »nd called ••Hl.torioel description of a
widow of tba late Jemee G. Fair t« *ymbollo monster taken alive on the
•bout a year and a half old, although bord*r of L»ka Fegua, near Santa Fe,
it b*ara date of May 23,1892 In mak- through tha *ffortoof Franolioo Javiers
lug tbe penoll deed* three ditferontjd* Meunrloe. count of Barosloua and
lead pencils waro used so say tha ax-1 vloaroy of Now Mexico, sent by a mer-
perte and tbero era over on* hundred 1 ohaut of that country to hi* f rise din
retooohiil letters in them. Thee* are I p8rii," It purports to be a desorlption
two of tba most startling ravelatlone , H.nt. u>, o.vtobar 5 1784
of th# examination of thee* document. wr,‘,8n ,n 8,“U
aa claimed by experts Oarvalho and I sod give* a minute aooouot of an ex-1
A me*. I traordloary animal, aomiwhat riiimb
max Striae. I lip g a mermaid, bat of great farocl'y;!
Glasgow,*Deo. 14—Member* of the I and of tbe Ingentou* msane by whioh
Sailor* and Flramana union of Clyde It was floally oaptured. Of oouroe, It
d*old*d to strike tomorrow If an lo 1* all a m*ra story, but bring looatad
or**** of wage* la not granted. It Is I at Santa Fe, and to printed that It
•toted In tha avaat of a etrlke thadook moat have d*oatv*d tha Fret oh pobllo
workers of Now York and along Now let that time, It la very Interesting. W*
Joreey will refute to unload vassalelhope to bavo an entire translation
oomlug from Glasgow. I *om* tlma to present to oar reader*.
--I Th* copy In question is no doabt tha |
Elegant ooffea atBmlth’s craamory'only ona ln Amarloa.— N*w Mtxloau.
BAR SILTMR (Smelter quotation)...68 3 8
LR.O (Smelter Qootatloou)..............S 78
LIAO (Maw York)....................* 98 8 08
IRON (Amerlcao)_____________11 OO to IS 88
MBIXIOAM pa VO 8 (J enrol)______80 IS
MEXICAN PESOS (El Polo) ...........80 1-S
UP-TO-OATE RAILROADS OF EL PASI
For the FoSt or North the TEXAS A PACIFIC leaves at 4:15 p. m., local time.
For the So ith the BIEXICAJI CENTRAL leaves at 3:40 p. m., local time.
HO BETTER ACCOKHOBATIOHB. HO FASTER TIRE.
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