El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. SIXTEENTH YEAR, No. 246, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 8, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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El Paao Daily Timoe, Thursday, dotdber H, 1896,
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UP-TO-DATE RAILROADS OF EL PASI
For the East or North the TEXAS A PACIFIC leaves at 4:15 p. m., local time.
For the South the MLEXICAX CENTRAL leaves at 3:40 p. m., local time.
NO BETTER ACCOMMODATIONS. NO FASTER TIME.
From Yiitti day’s Evening Telegmm
WON’T ADMIT OUR SHIP.
Turkey Refuse* Admission to the
Bosphorus of United States
UNITED STATES WILL INSIST.
The Turkish Government Demands the
Eight to Search Foreign Vessels, Pass
ing Constantinople, for Arms.
Constantinople, Oct. 7.—It
was semi-officially announced to-
day that the Turkish govern-
ment, after weighing the matter
and consulting advisers, has come
to the conclusion not to admit the
United States warship Bancroft
through the Dardanelles to act as
guard ship for the United States
legation. The porte has also dc
cided not to admit the guard ships
of Greece and Holland.
The exact- ground upon which
the Turkish government takes
this stand is not stated, but it
isjknown that Russia objected to
the presence in the Bosphorous
of United States, Grecian or
Dutch guard ships. Objections
to extra guard ships here are said
to be based on the Berlin agree-
ment, which excludes from naval
representation in the Bosphor-
ous any powers uot a party to
It is intimated that the United
States government will insist, by
force if necessary, upon the pres-
ence of the Bancroft in the Bos-
phorous, taking the ground that
such a step would not be an un-
friendly act to Turkey, that the
protection of lives and property of
American citizens made it neces-
The Turkish government has
sent a circular to different em-
bassies demanding the right to
search foreign vessels passing
Constantinople for arms. It is
believed that the powers will not
accede to this request. Advices
from Crete state that the entire
population of the interior of the
island still under arms and lead
era have announced that they
will renew hostilities unless
Turkish garrisons are with-
drawn from Crete. This has
caused a renewal of the excite-
THE FLORIDA ELECTION.
The Democratic Ticket Elected by
Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 7.—
Returns from yesterday’s election
are still very incomplete. Eigh-
teen counties partly heard from
give Bloxham, democrat, 10,000
majority over Gunby, republican.
Indications are that Bloxham will
have a plurality of 25,000. Re-
publicans have never made any
claim that they would carry
the election and it simply
has been a question of how
large the democratic plural-
ity would be. The constitutional
amendment abolishing October
elections was ratified. On the
slight returns so far received it is
difficult to base the estimate how
the next legislature will stand for
senator except Senator Call’s
friends will be greatly in the mi-
nority. The legislature will
probably be divided between sev-
eral candidates. Counting of
votes is progressing slowly on ac-
count of this being the first elec-
tion under the new Australian
m ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Arbuckle to Go Into Sugar Business.
New York, Oct. 7—For some
days rumors have been circula-
ting in connection with the de-
clining tendency in the sugar
stock of the impending opposi-
tion on a very large scale to the
American Sugar Refining Co.
Stock today declined to 10S 1-2 on
heavy sellings. Rumors have
crystallized into the statement
that Arbuckle Bros., coffee mer-
chants, hod decided to go into
the sugar refining business.
The Georgia Election.
Atlanta, Ga.,Oct. 7.—Voting
began throughout Georgia at 7
o’clock this morning for governor
and a full state ticket. The
weather is exactly fitted to bring
out a full vote if anything were
needed in addition to the intense
interest which has characterized
the campaign. The number and
activity of the workers about the
polls indicate that no effort is be-
ing spared by democratic and
populist managers to bring out
the entire strength.
r 1 111 Li sick man knock-
I inf at the door of
' health gets in if he
knocks the tight
wav, and. stays out
if he doesn't There
ate thousand of ways
of getting sick.
There is onlv one
way to get well. Do
whatever you will,
if you do not put
your digestion in
good order, and
make your "blood
rich and pure, you
will not get weli
Xieh, pure Mood i»
the only thing that
can bring perfect
health. A large part
l of all" the diseases
l that afflict mankind
e traceable directly
m -- imparities in the
_______ _ _ be cured by eliminating
these impurities. That most dreadful of
ail diseases, consumption, is s disease of
the blood. The disease shows in the lungs
because of tome inherited or acquired weak-
there. If the blood were always pure
»wA without gjenns, the disease would never
develop and m time weakness itself would
he overcome, Germ* and impurities in the
btood float along through the body until
they And a weak spot for lodgement They
•tick there and develop and people call the
dine*** by the name of the organ afflicted.
As n matter of fact the disease is always a
(War nirr of the Mood, and if the blood be
pnrihed. the disease will be cured. That is
• perfectly Batumi, rational conclusion, en-
dorsed both by common sense and the
highest medical authority. It is in accord-
ance with these facts that Dr Fierce’!
Golden Medical Discovery works. The
flnt thing it does is to put ike whole diges-
tive system into perfect order. It stimn-
lahM the appetite, excites the copious score-
tun of the digestive fluids and promotes
nailer’V— It sestvhes out disease germs
nlutvn they may be, kills them and forces
them out of the system. Th* “ Golden
Medical Discovery” ha* been used with
waeeqtag meet is for over jp years.
1 aSfyon tare to knsw mom about *L and more
sham your own body, send M ®ne-ee»t stsmp* to
taw coat sf stalling audy. and vou wilt receive
SMbto J*S» s copy sf Dr Pierce's m* page
bask. Cfasssna tense Medical Adviser. AO-
For Participating in Politics.
Washington, Oct. 7.—The
president has appointed William
It. White, of Virginia, United
States attorney for the eastern
district of Virginia, to succeed
Francis K. Lassitier for partici-
pation in Old Dominion politics,
which drew forth a letter from
Attorney General Harmon, taking
strong ground against judicial
officers actively participating in
Natters of General Interest From
All Points of the Habitable
FOR THE EVENING TELEGRAM
The Strike Ended—From the Stump—
Watson’s Throat Sore—The Mormon
Conference—Lumber Company Falls.
Montreal, Quebec, Oct. 7—
The operators strike on the Cana-
pian Pacific railway is over. The
strikers, with the exception of
those who committed acts of vio-
lence, are to be reinstated. Exact
terms of settlement are not
From the Stump.
Chicago, Oct., 7.—The cam-
paign of education, so far as the
distribution of literature is con-
cerned will be finished October
21. At both democratic and re-
publican headquarters it is an-
nounced that after that date all
energies of both parties will be
devoted to conversion of voters on
Watson’s Throat 8ore.
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 7—Thos.
E. Watson, populist nominee for
vice president, has gone to his
home in Thomson suffering from
severe throat trouble which
threatens enforced retirement
from active campaign for some
time. Ilis physician says unless
he ceases using his vocal powers
entirely for the present he will
probably bring on a dangerous
abscess. Watson is at work on
his letter of acceptance.
The Mormon Conference.
Salt Lake, Oct. 7.—At the
conference of the Mormon chuich
today all authorities were sus-
tained with the exception of the
apostle Moses Thatcher, whose
name was omitted from the list.
Action against Thatcher was
for failing to take the council be-
fore accepting nomination for po-
litical office. Apostle Thatcher
was the democratic candidate for
the United States senate last
AFTER THE OLD GENERALS.
Old Wrookfl of the Rebellion, Who
Are Toola of Political Shylooks.
Clinton, la., October 7.—W.
H. Harvey, author of “Coin,” in
a meeting here referred to Gen-
erals Sickles, Alger, Howard and
others of the celebrated car of
veterans traveling through Iowa
and Illinois, as “old wrecks of
the rebellion, who lost their hon-
or and patriotism, and are tools
of political Shylocks.” The
words were greeted with hisses
and cries of “Shame, shame,”
and there were cries of “Throw
him out,” “Drag him off the
platform,” and “Put him in the
street.” Grizzled veterans start-
ed into the aisles, shaking their
fists and yelling threats. Cooler
heads restrained the old soldiers,
a majority of whom left the hall.
THE DAY AND YEAR EQUAL.
MABASH ROUTE EXCURSION8-
To tbs NoitS M Ba*».
Fir th* occasion of tho national Dsm
ooratlo convention at Ohioago, July
7th, end for Chflflnnaal meeting of tho
National BapttstTouDg Peoples’ onion
at Milwaukee, Wl*., July lGth, and
for the biennial meeting of the supreme
lodge Ko'ghte of Pythias, at Cleveland,
Ohio, August 25th, and for the annnei
meeting of the National Eduoatlonel
association at Buffalo, N. Y, July 7tb,
a rat* of on* fare for the roaod trip hee
been made. For the annual national
encampment of the Urand Army of the
Republic at Bt. Paul, Mtnn., September
1st, e rate lees than one fere for the
round trip has been made.
There will be sold during the season
cheap exonrelon tickets to several
other animal meetings, dates and
arrangements to whiob have not been
Be sure and aek for yoor tickets via
Wabash roots, it la the best and quick
set line to any of th* above points,
with bsttsr equipments and lass
obangss. For further Information ad-
W. F. Conner, 8, W. P. A.,
New Discoveries About the Planets
Mercury and Venus.
Boston, Oct. 7—A dispatch
from the Lowell Observatory,
Flagstaff, Arizona, announces
that astronomers have discovered
that the planets Mercury and Ve-
nus each turn once on the axis
during one revolution about the
sun, making a day just equal to
a year in these planets. They
find further that Venus is not
cloud covered but has about it a
thick atmosphere, while Mercury
Call For Primary.
By virtue of the authority in ms
vested and in aooordanoa with th* osll
of the obalrmsu of the Demcoratlo
county oommtttee, 1 call a meeting of
th* Democrats of Ollnt preoinot at the
store honse of the late firm of Dsn
Boanlon & Go., on Saturday, tbs tenth
day of Ootobtr, 1896, at 3 p. m. of said
day, for the purpose of Beleoting dele-
gates to tbs county convention, called
for October 12'h, 1896.
Chairman of Ollnt Preoinot.
Violated the Agreement.
Washington, Oct. 7.—Aston-
ishment is expressed in official
circles at the information from
Demarara that the agreement to
remain passive in the Venezuelan
matter until pending negotiations
between Great Britain and the
United States relative to the
boundary dispute are completed
has been violated. The legisla-
ture of British Guana has author-
ized the construction of a railway
within the territory Lord Salis-
bury admitted to be in dispute
and on the Venezuelan side of
the revised Schomburg lines to
reach some of the richest gold
mines in the territory.
It is held by some that the of-
fense is of such magnitude as to
require immediate remonstrance
from this government against
the action of colonial authori-
Taxei and Pacino * moat Him.
Aoooant of the Texas (State Fair and
Dallas Exposition to ba held at Dallas,
Tex., Oct. 10 to 25 lnolnstve the Taxes
and Pacific railway will sell round trip
tickets on Oot. 8 to 21 inclusive, El
Paao to Dallas and i ef urn at one fare
for the ronnd trip, |19 40 limited for
retarn to Oot. 27.
Aoooant of the Fort Worth Live
Stook exchange to be hell at Fort
Worth Oot. 12 and 13 the Texas and
Pacific railway will sell ronnd irip
tickets on Oot. 11 and 12 limited for
return to Oot. 14 atone fare for the
round trip, 118 45.
earring the Christmas (loose.
One must loam, first of all, to carve
neatly, without scattering crumbs or
splashing gravy ovor tho cloth or platter;
also to cut straight, uniform slices. Be
careful to divldo tho material In such a
manner that each person may bo served
oqually well. Lay oaeh portion on the
plate with tho browned or best side up.
An essential to easy carving Is that the
platter bo largo enough to hold not merely
tho fowl or joint while whole, but also the
several portions as they are dotaobed. The
platter should be placed near the carver so
he may easily reach any part of it. All
skewers and strings -fiould bo removed be-
fore the dish is brought to the table.
Removed By Cleveland.
Benton Harbor, Mich., Ott. 7
S. J. Jarvis, postmaster, has
been removed from office, because
of offensive partisan-ship. He is
a candidate for congress on the
democratic-people’s union silver
Bryan Goes tv Chicago.
Indianapolis, Oct. 7.--A spe-
cial train bearing the Bryan
party left this city for Chicago at
8:13 this morning. About 500
people were assembled at the
station to give the nominee a
parting cheer. Governor Mat-
thews and Chairman Martin of
the state democratic committee,
accompanied Bryan to Nobles-
ville. Bryan will deliver several
short speeches between this city
Lumber Company Faffs.
Tyler, Tex., Oct. 7.—The Ty-
ler Car and Lumber company,
one of the largest lumber concerns
in Texas, has been placed in the
lands of a receiver at the in-
stance of the Paramore Invest-
ment company, which filed suit
in Judge McCord’s court for
$5*1,000. Liabilities are in the
neighborhood of $250,000, $70,000
of which is already due. Assets
are estimated at $150,000 to $200,-
000. J. J. Carter, superintend
ent of the plant at Michelli, was
General Troehn Dead..
Tours, France, Oct. 7.—Gen-
eral Trochu, who defended Pans
until it was surrendered to the
German army in January, 1871,
■PROPOSALS FOR FRESH BEEF
JL and mutton. Office chief com
The Veiled Prophet.
St. Lovis, Oct. 7—It is doubt-
ful if St. Louts ever entertained a
larger crowd of strangers than
on the occasion of the eighteenth
annual parade of veiled prophets.
Over 2t>0,000 people are said to
have witnessed the parade which
is said to have been the finest
ever shown in the city
Chicago, Oct. 7. — Cattle —
Beeves, $3.00^.4.50; cows and
heifers, $email@example.com; Texas steers,
$2.50G" 5.15; westerns, $3 00(u -
4.10; stockers and feeders, $2.70
Sheep market steady.
Elected to Grand Lodge.
Chicago, Oct. 7.—Vice-Presi-
dent Stevenson's election to the
Grand Lodge of Masons of Illi
nois was the principal event of
the session today. He was well
Log an sport. Ind., Oct 7.
Yesterday afternoon St. Michaels
college burned. Loss, $70,000;
mlssary, department of Texas, Ban
Antonie, Tex., Oot. 6, 1896. Sealed
proposals la triplicate, sufj -ot to esaal
conditions, will b# received here or at
efiloes of o.mmtsssries at foliowii g
posts until 11a. m., Nov. 5, 1896,and
(hen opened, for farntsbieg the ue 3
beef and mutton, In balk, that ms; b«
r qutred ail bet# poe’s by tb* snbsls*
•no* department, U. S. arm j dm tg
six months oommecolDC Jan 1, 1897:
Forte bike (34,000 lb ), Brown (18,000
lbs ). Oterk v55,000 lba ) McIntosh (18,
500 .bs ) Ringgold (24.500 lba ) and tfom
Houston (101,500 lba )» ad Gump Etgie
Pin, Tex , (9700 loe ) QaanUt-e
above gtvso tre approximately those
required for Issue only. Sales to cf
fleers, enlisted man and others a* < ha
poet are in addition thereto. F.eah
beef shall be good la quality and con-
dition, fit for Immediate use, and fiom
for* and bind quarter meats propo. -
tlonally. Including all best on’s there-
of. Fresh mutton shall b» of g<-od,
fat and msrcetabt* quail* y, tea
we beta ever on# and enl*r three
years old. Beef end mat on to t*
dreisedand trimmed and delivered e
prescribed In circular of tre tractive =
pric-* *t which bidder will deliver fre h
b*>f or mutton of character above
stated, and to be dei’vered of tv mo#- a
tar* net greater than 30 degrees Fahr-
enheit- Preference glTea to articles
of domestic pio Indian, oestatdqual
Ity being eqna*. Guvtrt m :nt tessrv;s
righ* to r»jeet any or all bide, cr
parts thereof, and to waive aay laf.r
mality therein Ins’-rac lose furr, sh
ed on application to oimmlaeeri** c
above named peat#, cr to EDWARD fc
DRAVO.Oept, Chief Oem’y.
Th# D»»oemllo voter# of Towc#
p relno will meet at ibeeehocl house
et Town*. Saturday tvsnlnc. October
lOtfc. at8 e’ofeecfe, to* the purpose sf
sleeting delegates fo the cooaty Deane
PALACE BIKING BALL.
HI LOT COMPANY,
First Class Restaurant!
Yfl# Charley Tong, - Proprietor.
tflS HI Peso Street.
Regular Meals 25c.
Short Order Bervloe.
223 Sm Antonio St.
ALWAYS FBBSH BBKR OH TAP.
BEST FIFTEEN-GENT L TIN OR
IN THE CITY
PHOM 11 A. M. TO 2 O'CLOCK P. U.
Car# and Promptness Guaranteed.
Telephone No. 1.
Missouri Dairy milk la the beat.
Mrs. DU—My way has always been to
govern my children by love.
Mrs. Hicks—I knew that.
Mrs. Hicks—By the way they act—
Ask for the EL PA80 TRANSFER
the beat five oent 01GAR In the mer
Fresh eggs at Smith’s Oreemsry.
We Otter You a Remedy Which Insures
SAFETY to LIFE of Both
Mother and Child.
BOBS CeNFWEHEIT OF ITS PAUL
HORROR AND DANCER,
Makes CHILD-BIRTH Easy.
Endorsed and recommended by phy.j-
ctens, midwives and those who have used
g. Beware of substitutes and imitations.
tme. eonmlniW rotaatorr testtmontoi*.
BEAD FIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga.
y>i.p BT AtJ- DttTGGISTS-
I 0. SHERRY, Prop.
Qimral Boiler and SbMt Iron Works
Corner Santa Fo end Third Sts.
EL PASO TRANSFER Co.
hacks, bob and baggage.
Phone 18. S00 to 810 South Oregon St
TCBNING, HASH, BLIIM
AND MILL WORK A SPECIALTY.
Flret and Virginia Sta. Telephone 171
at RL PASO STRUT.
SHORT ORDER HOUSE
HTOpen day and nlfhl. Oyitera, Flab and
Game In •▼•ry «tyl«.
SISTERS OF CHARITY
NORTH STANTON STREET
El Paso Coffin & Casket
415 HL PASO STREET.
Undertakers and Embalmera.
Hearses and carriages furnished.
COOL and PLEASANT.
bitie H coining Chair
First Class Pn 'mans
A4d?«te the undersigned for foil end
J. F. DONOHOB,
151 P*«o. T»im
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HOCKS WINDOWS OPEN AND CLOSK
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JaBarai Aaitvyry iaopac from J a. m «o8p
■ . exact* whOaeaasers nail to Seine liiatrih-
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to opw from 13 to t: l a
JOHN A CLEAN. P.l
Ladle*’ and gentle
aec*e engraved trie
; flards at tike Tire? sSoe.
Dr. E. Alcxandei’s
the pure jui 'R or tub crape
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Ih« Fruit Bs-li R ntA
THE PECoS VALLEY
RAIlW V CO.
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re l 11®*): Ltov- Pam», Tex . dany at
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th« Terse and Fn-fkj railway far th
gedute i.erth, sea b. iw tod weet.
S'»ge« for Li-o. lf>. WhP# Oeke ead
N'jgtl leave R «w#i| on Moedwye,
Wedeeedefs -rd Fr'deyt at 7 e. m
F. r Lsw rt‘t», for laformetton re
2*rdlcg the mctroia ofthla valley,
the price of Usd*, or wy ether Btttan
ef interest to the public, apply fw
E O. Facixnrb.
Receiver and Geo. Mgr, Eddy, N. M.
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