El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 157, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 4, 1893 Page: 1 of 8
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Thirteenth Year No. 157.
El Paso, Texas, Tutsday Morning, July 4,1893.
SADDLES, SHOE FINDINGS, LAI* HOBES,
HAFI»E ARM*MOl&ALES. WI*8PURS.
AMMUNITION, PACK SADDLES, BIT8, BTC.
Our prices are reasonable. Give us a trial.
Mail orders promptly attended to.
Wholesale and retail.
El Paso Saddlery <§.
' _400 EL PASO STREET. _
R. F. Jotmsor),
%■ Wholesale Liquor Dealer ^
• Finest Kentucky Bourdon
and Pennsylvania Rye Whiskies.
Sole Agent For All the Prod act of the
ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWING ASSOCIATION.
V Also Proprietor of the
El Paso Bottling Works.
And Wholesale Dealer in
PURE ROCKY MOUNTAIN LAKE ICE,
Families Supplied With, Soda Sarsaparilla, Vichy, Seltzer and
, All Fbima of Mineral Water.
• TRY OUR FAMOUS BUDWEI8BR BEER.
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Secretary Carlisle has De-
cided not to Resume the
Purchase of Silver.
EXERCISING HIS RIGHT.
Particular Interest Attaches to the Honse
Committee on Coinage of tho Next Coo-,
grew—Tbe Bi-Metallic League Will De-
nounce the Consplrscr Against Silver—
Congressman Hendricks’ Opinion.
0. R. MOREHEAD. President.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, Vice Prest.
J. O. LACKLAND, Cashier.
J. H. RUSSELL, Assist. Cash.
STATE NAT’L BANK.
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
A legitimate Banking Business transacted in all Its branches,
on all the cities of the United States bought at par.
Highest prioe paid for Mexloan dollars.
Edgar B. Bbonson, Pres. Chas. B. Eddy, Vioe-Pres. Wm.H, Austin, Cashier.
El Paso National Bank
United States Depository.
Surplus and Net Profits
Bank of Juarez,
MAX MULLER, Cashier.
Hi.fifh.e9t Price Paid tor Mexican Silver
Jnst received one oar load of Folding Beds, including some of the celebrat-
ed Gunn Folding Beds whioh is oonsidered one of the best beds made.
Also beds to suit everybody in styles and prices. '** i
When in need of furniture of any kind go to SPRINGER’S and yon need
mot go any further.
T\ H. Springer,
Furniture, Crockery and Housefurnishings,
N. Stanton and St. Louis Streets, El Paso, Texas.
105 Nau Antonio Street, El Paso, Texas.
L B, Frendentlial & Go
and drv gnnri CT>
HOUCK & DIETER
1220 El Paso street.
WHOLESALE DEALER;, IN WINES & LIQUORS
Sole Agents for
^Lemp Brewir % Company, • The Apol'inan* Oompai y,
Sols*, r Com »*ny.
White Rock Water.
Vab»t Brewing Company
Schlitz Brewing Company,
George OmiIm, Ktim«,
FreUuion Krvete, Coblent«,
Co»ttllton A Co., riel ins,
Evaniste, Dapvlot A Co.,Bordeaux.
Mount Vernon R;
Finches’ Gel den W
Belle of Nelson Bourbon.
T. J. Monarch Bourbon,
Honey Dew Bonrbon,
Rich Hill Bonrbon.
Washington, July 3. — Secretary
Carlisle has decided not to resume the
purchase of silver today and has so no-
tified the principal firms that offer
silver to the treasury on purchasing
days. This action is unusual, but as
the matter of purchasing silver on
given days is discretionary with the
secretary of the tressary he is simply
exercising bis right. The reason as-
signed is that the treasury department
has not yet completed its annual set
tlement made at the end of eaoh fiscal
year at the United States mint.
Whether silver -purchases will be re-
sumed on Wednesday next is left open
and will not be determined until Wed-
nesday o mes and circumstances will
then deoide the matter. The prioe paid
for silver when the treasury depart-
ment completed its Jane purchases
was 822 per ounce. Since that it has
declined to .62 per ounce and is qioted
today ot .73 8-10 per ounce.
Owing to the fact that a betterment
of the nation’s finances will be the
first and gravest pro* lem to be con-
fronted particular interest attaches to
the honBe committee on coinage of the
next oongress. An adverse committee
would be in position to very consider-
ably obstruct business and worry the
advocates of the Sherman law.
Whether or not Mr. Bland will be re
appointed chairman no one appears to
know to a certainty, his record as an
earnest and unswerving friend of silver
is well known. When a speaker is re-
elected it has generally been his oustom
to re-appoint the old chairman. The
doubt in the case of Bland
arises from the fact that Mr. Crisp
is well known to be in thorough
sympathy with the president’s
idea of legislative needs and
may hesitate to appoint to so Import-
ant a committee a man so thoroughly
committed to an opposite view. In
oatre Speaker Crisp should deoide not
to give Mr. Bland the chairmanship,
the next in line of direct succession
would be Representative Tracy, who is
a gold standard man. Those who know
both men freely assert' that the eleva
tioo of Mr Tracy to the ooinage chair-
manship would be especially gratifying
to the executive. General A. J-War-
ner, President of the Bi metallic
League, is prepaiing the call for the
League to meet in special session to
take action in advance of the extra
session of oongress Several mem-
bers of the exeontive committee
have not yet been heard from regard-
ing their wishes as to the time and
plaoe for holding the oonvention. For
this reason it now seems probable that
the oall will not be issued until Wed-
nesday. It is likely that Chicago will
be seleoted, but t has not been defin-
itely arranged upon and will not nntil
after tomorrow when the executives
have been heard from.
Speaker Crisp arrived in Washing-
ton from Atlanta this morning and at
once repaired to the treasury depart-
ment and an interview with Secretary
Carlisle was had which lasted twenty
minutes. Representative Bynum had
a short talk with Speaker Crisp in Sec
retary Carlisle’s room and afterwards
said he was satisfied the next house
would repeal unconditionally the Sher-
The issue of standard silver dollars
from the mints and treasury office dur-
ing the week ending July 1 was $406,-
160; for the corresponding week in 1892
1492,320. Tne shipments of fractional
silver coin for the month of June, 1893
was 1767,163; for the month of Jane,
The oall of the Bi-Metallic League
for the Chicago oonvention of July 25
wlll.be issued today. It will denounce
the conspiracy against s> Ivor, set forth
the alleged evils resulting from its de
monitization, Inveigh against the gold
standard and direct attention to the
benefits to aoornefrom a uniting parity
of the two metals. The oonvention
will be purely one of the ways and
means to enoompass if po sible the de-
feat of the repeal of the Sherman aw.
New York, July 3—The silver market
today was qniet and steady. It was
announced that the treasury depart-
ment would close at noon today and
that no purchases of silver would be
made. 8Uv%r certificates brought
72 % % %. The transactions at the
Stock Exchange np to 1 o’clock were
60,000 Ounces. Oommero'al silver in
bar sold at 72 apd Mexican dollars 58
cents. Five hundred and fifty thou-
sand oanoes of silver will be shipped
CoDicreRsman Hendrick*’ Opinion.
Brooklyn, July 3—Congressman
Joseph C. Hendricks, president of the
National Union bank, said today: ‘‘I
strongly favor a jpint resolution to be
passed by the house of representatives
as soon as oongress meets givirg the
power to suspend the execution of the
purchasing olause of the Sherman sil-
ver law. If this can be done under the
roles immediately after the honse is
organjzea the matter will then go to
tbe senate and upon that body all the
influence of the public opinion of the
country may be concentrated. Tbe
counti y may rest assured thar. t be silver
state senators will make one of the
most desperate fights in the history
of congress to save the silver coining
industry from rain, and that every re-
source of their opponents will be taxed
to Overcome their zeal. Anything
short of a short, clean cat, decisive de-
termination of the circulating phase of
the question wi 1 be unfortunate, for
business will be paralyzed and con-
fidence remain shattered pending the
debate and final act. But if we stop
buying silver we may then develop
some features in the situation which
will assist materially in the final dis
position of the question as a money
metal. It is not time for long winded
disonsBions on monetary problems.
Soldiers - might as properly diBonss
military tactics under an enemy’s fire.
The country wants actions and wants it
Emperor William and the Pole*.
Berlin, July 3—Emperor William
today gave an andienoe to Herr Von
Kosoiusko a leader of the Polish party.
He learned from t he Polish leader that
his party demanded in return for their
support of the army bill oertain con-
cessions in regard to national sohools.
The emperor readily fell in with his
views and summoned Dr. Bosse, minis-
ter of instruction, who was directed by
the emperor to prepare a scheme that
would satisfy the Pole’s demand for
Ran Down by a Train.
Mirion, Ind., July 3—Mrs. John B.
Heath, Miss Daisy Hummell and Miss
Eva lhrig were crossing the traoks
here yesterday afternoon on their way
to a basket picnic in the ont< kirts of
the city. They were run down by a
passenger train engine. Miss lhrig
was killed instantly- being literally
ground to pieces. Mrs. Heath was
dangerously injured and Miss Hum-
mell injured but not severely.
Car Company to Resume.
St. Louis, July 3—The Madison Car
company will make an effort to resame.
Assignee Paul Fuzze will apply to the
court for the order to run toe works to
oomplete contracts and as these will
occupy two months of full running
time it is expeoted that by then there
will have been made arrangements for
the permanent elimination of present
The Notorious Hi
&2,000 WAS K]
They Hm Terrorized the I
for Month*—There I* a Be*
for Their Captor#—Mr*,
Custom* at the World’* Fair.
Risdon Iron Works,
SAN FRANCISCO, CALI.,
Complete Steam Power Plants,
Improved Mining, Milling, Marine
Waterworks, Electric and Cable Roads,
_ Manufacturers of Bryan Roller mills andj
Bryan Roller Quarts No.ll. Johnston Ore Concentrators.
Mnoh might be said in praise of the Bryan No. 11 by ns, but we prefer to let
the user do the talking—it is liable to be more Impartial. One of many letter*:
San Francisco, Cal., November 20,1888.
Messrs. The Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works, San Francisoo, CM.
Gentlemen: Please make us another of the Bryan MUls, out up in sections
for paoklng. This mill is to be ereoted alongside of tbe three now in operation
at the Candelaria Mine (Ban Dimas, Dnrango, Mexioo,) all of which are being
operated with the best results and to oar entire satisfaction. We consider
them superior to the stamp mills in every respeot Yours truly,
Candelaria Consolidated Mining Co.,
Columbus WXrmraortE, Presldtnt.
Denvbr, Col, July 3,-
has been received hero
Springs, that Henry
Wilson two members of
train and bank rob!
oaused the death of a
terrorized the Indian
Arkansas for months,
there last night. The
there at thp Spalding Ho
hour last night with
They registered as Frank
John Wilson, of Joplin,
officers learning who the ngen
afraid to approach them
attempted to get th<
a position to shoot on
separated, Henry Starr _
followed him io and Mi
caught one arm and an aid
deputy oovered him with a
shooters. He gave In w|i
gle, bat said to them
thing you got the drop
would have been so
here.” Then tbe same
to Colorado City and cap!
Wilson, another of the i
was armed with a 45 call
and would have made a
ate resistance if the
had not first got the drop oh
When the men were brought to the
an attempt was made to in
them, bat without success. After
arrest the officers .went' down to ti
Spalding Hopse and! woke np tbe worn
an who was registered as Mrs Jackson,
but who is really tbe wife of Starr. She
is about 18 years old and rather pre-
possing. She said tLat she was married
to Starr about six months ago and that
her home is abbot 200 miles east of here. . . .
A search of the room was made and un- -
der her pillow were found $1,460 in
greenbacks whioh fed never been used,
and $500 In gold whs found in a valise.
She also carried | pearl handled re-
volver of 44 oallbrjj. She was closely
questioned and admitted that the man
who was captured was Henry Sta’rand
that the name of the other one was
Kid Wilson. She also admitted that
Starr had killad a man at Fort Smith,
Ark. She said it was done in self
defense. With the money whioh the
men had upon them fully $2,000 was
recovered. There is a reward of $5,000
for their capture.
Detroit, Mioh., July 3—The articles
for a boat race between Stanberry, the
present ohampi n of the world, and
Jake Gnadar, of Canada, are no nearer
being signed than they were weeks ago.
Stanberry, who at present is stopping
in Detroit, is becoming disgusted with
the talk of Gandar. It is therefor#
doubtful if any race will result at all
during Stan berry’s visit to America,
and if Gaudar wants to row for the
championship he will have to go to
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Custom* At tho World** Fair*
Washington, July 3—Assistant Sec-
retary Hamlin, in view of the j
violations of the law as to the
goods on exhibition at the World’s
Fair without payment of oustom du-
ties. has instructed Collector Clark to'
hereafter strictly enforce the law
whioh provides the penalties for half
violation of a fine of not more than
$5,000 or imprisonment not more than *
Clearing Home Certificate*.
New York, July 3 —The Clearing
House up to noon today authorized tbe
Issue of $2,500,000 lo,sn certificate** ;
making total $21.300,000) up to date. *J
C. S. Givens, Secretary.
A cream of tartar L..*,
Highest of ail in leavening
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