El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 225, Ed. 1 Monday, October 5, 1891 Page: 1 of 8
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Eleventh Year, No. 225
El Paso Daily Times. Sunday Morning, Oetober 4, 1891
Price Five Gents
A M urdertr Aeiinittvil.
St. Lons, Oct. 3. The preliminary
trial of Terrance Campbell at Neosho,
Mo., for tke murder of his Id-,year-old
daughter mar Ritchie hist June has
resulted in the acquittal of the de-
COMMENTS OF THE ENGLISH AND
A croam of tartar baking powder
Highest of all in leavening strength
Latest U. S. Government Food Report.
No. 400, El Paso Street, Monarch Block.
Stock Saddles, Carriages Harness, Winchester Rifles,
Side Sadies. Double Buggy Harness, Marlin Ilifles,
English Saddles, Single Buggy Harness, Colt Shot Guns,
Boys’Saddles, Heavy Concord Harness. Winchester Shot Guns
Pack Saddles, Long Tug Harness, Colt Pistols,
Cart Saddles, Short Tug Harness, Smith and Wesson Pistols,
Express Saddles, Chain Harness, Rifle and Pistol Catridges,
Gig Saddles, Express Harness, Shot Gun Cartridges,
In addition to the few articles above mentioned, we wish to state that wc
carry everything usually kept for sale in first class saddlery stores.
Our goods are “Al,” at prices that defy eompetion. Call and be convinced.
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING, 315 EL PASO ST.
MEXICAN BEANS AND ALL KINDS OF WHITE BEANS
Edqa.ii B. Bronson, Pres. Chas. B. Eddy, Vico Pros. Wai. II. Austin, Cashier.
El Paso National Bank
THOUSANDS OF DISAPPOINTED HOME
Settling: on Lathi* ■» 'he <!ieri>kee Strip.
iJIeeiling: to Oratli No fnitlan Tritulilr.
King I,«op<iltlV Quest—Strike Declared
Off-~I*ur»ttiMjr a Martlei'er The Kiin-
inaUer -Bank OtHdills Arrested.
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Stunt l>e Aeeoidinu to Law.
Kansas City, Oct. 3. A special to
tho Star from Guthrie says: Chief
Justice Green decided in a damage
suit this morning that when a saloon
is run contrary to law any person,
either an officer or a privat e citizen,
can destroy the business and no dam
' llOUIlier*. wu uwuuj mo uuau.uia auu *„ OU.ktmw.’o
Hr. Louis, Oct. 3. A dispatch from ! *5®°?" ho collectocl by ihe saloOM plains of the chilling treatment of tho
Guthrie, O. T., says a man coming in
from the Cherokee strip says that
hundreds of families that failed to get
claims in the lands opened last week
are settling in the strip. In the Black-
bear valley also families are construct-
ing dug outs and log cabins, digging
wells and making preparations to
spend the winter. It is the same way
along the Balt Fork and Arkansas
rivers. Further west the boomers are
Toronto, Oct. 3. A report has been
received that Dixon, who recently
crossed the Niagara river at Niagara
Falls on a tight rope,has been drowned
The Cigar Maker*.
Indianapolis, Oct. 3. The Interna-
tional Cigar Makers union decided yes-
keeping the grass burning everyday, terday after two days’ debate to in-
hoping to drive the cattle out and thus
hasten the opening to settlement.
Mattoon, Ills., Oct 3.—Last night a
crease the strike benefit from £12 to £5
A Chicago Woman.
, Chicago, Oct. 3. It is believed the
switch engine in the Big Four yards j young womau who was killed yesterday
here ran down two tramps, severing j uour this city by jumping or falling
the head of one from the body and cut- j from the Denver limited train on tho
tmg off the arms of the other. Rock Island road was Miss Mary
Bleeding to Death. ' pary> of this <?ty, wla‘ "ns suffering ..........................a.. .... ... ,,,
Sonoata, Cal., Oct. 3.—A man named j |~U!“!,tl0U au<i ’A,:ut to Denver ^.cigh^liour qiiesthi.^ but he begs
U. S. DEPOSITORY.
Surplns and Not Profits
Ba 11 k - of J uarez,
Gatz has beenslowiy bleeding to death
from the nose since 10 o’clock yester-
day. Last Monday he was struck iu
the face by Albert Esl.es and immedi-
ately blood began flowing from his nose
and has continued without cessation.
Several doctors have been iu consulta-
^ tion, but medics.! skill is unable to stop
$75,000. i the hemorrhage. Gatz is slowly grow-
| mg weaker and cannot live much
longer. Estes has been imprisoned
to await, the result of Gatz’s injuries.
C’ txoo. N. D., Oct. 3. A fierce prairie
fire Tuesday night burned at least 1,300
acres of grain in the eastern part of this
county. A large porth u of it
ttnitk OftFiate ArrotuD.
MA X MULLER, Cashier.
I I io-hc’st I knee Paid for Mexican Sil ver
r7 fV JOHNSON & CO. ......
Kentucky Bourbon and Pure Pennsylvania Rye Whiskey, CALIFORNIA
Wines and Grape BRANDIES. DIRECT IMPORTERS of SCOTCH AND
IRISH WISKETS, French CLARETs, Huut Sauternes, Rhino wines, cordial*
and Fancy Case GOODS a SPECIALTY. Orders filled direct from U. S. Bond-
ed Warehouse. Sole agent for the products of tho ANHEUSER-BUSCH
BREWING ASSOCIATION, including both the bottled and dnight, beer; also
the celebrated BUDWIESER. Fancy imported GLASSWARE for bar use and
Tho reputation earned by JULIAN & JOHNSON, T shall maintain by HON-
EST DEALING and FAIR PRICES.
C. R. Morehead, Pros. J. M^aoriFN, Vice-Pres. J. C. Lackland, Cashier
STATE NATL BANK.
XJ. S. D.E I ’OS I TO I£Y.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Ullman Furniture Co.
507 Lower El Paso St.
Our Stock is Notable for Four First-Class Features:
QUALITY 1 VARIETY! STYLE! CHEAPNESS!
THE VARIETY in every line enables us to place at the disposal of buyen
tho widest range of choice in every grade.
OUR STYLES are all leaders, and however the purchasers may select, it is.
impossible that taste can go astray in buyiug from our well chosen assortments.
IN QUALITY our goods rank as the best in each and every grade. Oui
.special endeavor lias been to bring our entire line to such a standard of excel-
lence in tho matter of quality as to make it hopelessly beyond reach or rivalry
AS TO PRICES they will say more for us than we can say for them.....to
those who investigate the bargains we offer. You may be assured that every
dollar spent with us gets the best a dollar can buy.
E. B. Freudenthal! (o.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
THB LATEST STYLES IN
PUILSTAN DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS
“PORT OF LIVEI^PCOil” In Juarez,
)ods and CloUgag, Novelties ai^l Perfumes. (M
Sugar Bounty Paid.
Washington'. Oct. 3.— Tilt- first pay-
ment of bounty under the law giving a
bouhty of 2 cents a pound on beet sugar
produced in the United States have
been made at the treasury department.
They were both iu favor of the Chino
Valley Sugar company of Chino, Cal.,
on two claims for tho production of
2-10,COO pounds of hoot ‘sugar, ant)
amounted to $0800.
No IikII.ui Trouble*
Spokane Falls, Oct. 3.—A courier
has arrived from Chewalah bearing a
dispatch to Gen oral Carlin, command-
ing the Fourth infantry, from Indian
Agent Cole, who went to tho scene of
tho reported Indian trouble inCalispet
Valley, Idaho. Cole says there was
no t rouble, but that the greedy whites
are trying to dispossess the Indians of
their lands and to scatter the Indians
away. The whites threatened to bring
London, Get. 3.—Mr. Henry M.
Stanley and Lieutenant A. M. .Tepson,
who was one of his officers in his last
last African expedition, have gone to
Ostend, Belgium, where they will re-
j main a week as the guests of King
Strike* DwU'ml OR".
! Leavenworth, Kas., Oct 3. - -Tho inie-
Icrsoftho Home and Riverside mines,
j 100 in number, who have * food out for
) wages for nearly two weeks, have for-
mally declared the strike off. and this
morning applied for work. Nearly all
were reinstated on tke pay roll. The
strike was for an advance of 1 cent a
i.nshel in mining coal.
The Printer*' Strike.
Pittsburg. Oct, 3. The striking job
printers of this city were greatly ex-
cited last night over tho arrival of
twenty-three printers and pressmen
from Philadelphia, The employers as-
sert that they .will noi concede the de-
mands and will import enough men to
break the strike. An effort will he
made by the strikers to induce the new
men to join the union. There is noth-
ing new in the coal miners’ strike.
Both sides are firm, and a loug fight
Punmiug r M urtlorcr.
Omaha, Oct. 3. -The gn atest excite-
ment prevails iu northeast Nebraska as
a result of the pursuit of A rtlmr Sloan,
who killed his step-father and his
brother, and seriously wounded his
mother, near Blair. He is supposed to
be still in tho woods of Washington
county, and armed sentinels have com-
pletely cut off his escape.
Tli* II* imn \k< r.
Kansas City, Oct. 3. A special to
(he Btar from Goodlaud, Kan., says:
Melbourne gave up his rain experiment
yesterday afternoon at the suggestion
of the citizen’s committee which had
thej matter iu charge. It is understood
that if rain falls before a new lest is
made Melbourne is not to have the
or edit. About 1 o'clock last night
Goodlaud was wet with tho tail ond of
a sijprm which deluged tho country
from Phillipsburg 140 miles to Jennings
tiO ifiles east. Melbourne is not satis-
fied with his test and will wait until
the \ high winds have fallen and the
clo gls which tho committee agree are
of liis making have cleared away before
a new test.
and Tmmpborn was arrested at his
house by Chief of Police Hood. He
had his clothes all packed up and was
preparing to flee from town. lie was
locked up in jail, Ostrander was ar-
rested about two weeks ago for embez-
zling $75,(XX) and was under bonds for
$20,000 and his bondsmen last night
turned him over to Sheriff Dill and he
was also locked up in jail.
Kingston, Oct. 3. The Ulstor
County Savings Institution was incor-
porated by an act of the legislature,
April 12, 1851. James E. Ostrander
defalcation became known about two
weeks ago, when he was dismissed and
is now in jail.
Kingston, Oct. 3. The trustees of. - , ,
the Kingston Savings bank, whose | ^ie *' re!H'h people,
banking house is in Wall street, almost j The iv™
opposite the closed bank, held a meet-j Montreal, Oct. 3. Toni O'Rourke*
mg caily tins morning and took pye-. manager of George Dixon, the chant-
cautionary measures to meet any run | km £antam wei„ht pugilist, who is at
which might bo made upon them. Ihej present in this city! says that Dixon
inn was quite heavy, all the morning wjjj mtt)t Fred Johnson in England for
there being a long line of depositors
who were paid as fast as possible.
Should the run continue ou Monday
the bank trustees will probably com-
pel the giving of tho sixty days notice
$1,000 a side and a purse of the
amount, in April.
ing in November.
Weekly Bank. Statement.
New York, Oct. 3. The weekly bank
statement shows tho following changes:
Reserve decrease, $005,375; loans de-
crease. 81,983,600; deposits decrease,
$2,048,900; circulation increase, $51,300.
The banks now hold $3,101,750 in ex-
cess of the requirements of the 25 per
Stringfield, Ilk. Oct. 3. Jolirl
Tanner lias scut to Governor [
FiRr his resignation as u railroad and |
warehouse commission man. This isi
said to !>o the result of a rumpus be-
tween him and Governor Fifer, the\
publication of which has caused a sen- |
sat ion here in political circles, owing!
to the heretofore close friendship of
the two men. J
Will ftoMimo lluxltirs*.
Pittsburg, Oct. 3. -Rea Bros. & Co.. I
the bankers and brokers who were com- j
nellod to suspend on account of the!
failure of S. V. Whit© & Co., were
granted on extension by their creditors
this afternoon, and will resume busi-
ness next week.
(>» QI»d*t<>no'* Sptweh at N’(**.v Castle-
Linger'* Funeral -The I’rism Hliig—The
Burl* l'apev* A*k* the Government to
Grant Amuesly to the Uoulangi*!*- H;ts
London, Oct. 3. The Chronicle re-
plains of the chilling treatment of the
The News says Mr. Gladstone's
warning to the peers is likely to exert
a wholesome influence. They will pro
bably throw Lord Salisbury overboard
—as they did before when the ship
labors and threatens to fouuder.
The newspapers of the city all con-
tain exhaustive commetns upon Mr.
Gladstone’s speech delivered at New
Castle last night. Tho Times for in-
stance says Mr. Gladstone never being
so completely abdiotod the functions
of a great leader or sunk so absolutely
to the position of the mouthpiece of a
political machine. He plays tho part,
of a mare showman of the wares turn-
ed out by a caucus. His profound be-
lief in his coining success renders his
action all the more extraordinary. He
has no idea of what ho will do with it-
and remains on the fence in regard to
New Castle to vote for Mr. Morley.
The Standard. Conservative, states:
“It becomes difficult to criticise Mr.
Gladstone's speeches. Ho does not
make the most simple effort to direct
public opinion, but merely inquires of
wire pullers what proposals are likely
to attract votes or to assist home rule
j plans, and having cautiously assured
' himself that the transmission is a pay-
KingoTON, N. Y., Opt. 3. The Ulster ; iug one, he pledges himself to the bar-
Conuty Savings institution haseiosed j gain with references to the cost of the
its doors and is in charge of Bank Su- j dofei s *s of Egypt. He should be coin
porinkendent Charles M. Preston. Ex- j polled to declare certainly aye or no
pert examiners have been at work since j whether he holds that t ho army or
Tuesday and have found already that j navy are excessive. The country will
the enormous sum of $163,000 has been | then know what to expect ou this re-'
stohm by Treasurer Ostrander and j turn to responsibility.'’
Mathew Trumpbour, assistant t-roas-! ..................—;™ — ,
urer, and it is feared that the stealings ■ . “* s’ ""'"iV
will roach over that amount. At mid- j Oi.nux, Oct. 3.-—The Freemans
night Buperinti ndent Preston swore i' ,}irna lil °‘>nnmt‘,!p!I)K 011 Gladstone’s
two complaints, charging Trumpbour l wHeraneos last night expresses the
with perjury in swearing to false state-1 . at 110, mBn ,a^.°.r ruling
ments contained in the July report of! Gladstone s speech can doubt for amo-
the bank to the banking department !ue. als uitontion to pass a tueasnre
for home rule that will be satisfactory
to the Irish people with ail the dispatch
that the laws of the country will ad-
Brcssklls, Oct. 3. The funeral of
General Boulanger took place today.
The crowd assembled iu the street was
so great that the local authorities were
unable to maintain order, aud tho gen-
darmes had to be called out.
The coffin of the unfortunate general
was covered with hundreds of floral
wreaths tied with tri color ribbon,
was appointed treasurer in 1867 aud j mostly sent from France by his politi-
had the office from that time until his I cal admirers, and in addition there
were a number of tri-color flags fes-
tooned about and draped around the
casket containing the remains of the
once,popular idol of a large section of
pel the giving or the sixty days notice j Baris. Oct. 3......The Figaro and other
by depositors. The trustees of this papers urge the government to grant
institution claim the bank can pay its I amnesty to the Boulungist exiles now
depositors in full. i that their leader is dead. The rovi
. . i sionists have issued a manifesto de-
... , “, ' ! daring their intention to continue
V Arrington. Oct. A. - - President | Boulanger's work.
i oung of the National League of Base ( ' ——-----------------------
Bad clubs, said today that ho had do- ,Ias !s‘>l il' *igm-ii.
cided not. to call a special meeting of Chicago, Oct. 3. - General Green B.
the directors for consideration of pro- Baum, commissioner of pensions, to-
tests. All protests, ho said, will bo ro-1 day denied the report that he had ten
furred to tho board at its annual meet ! dered his resignation to tho president
Ho declared that during his interview
with the president ou Wednesday, the
latter assured him that the administra
tion of his office has been perfectly
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El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 225, Ed. 1 Monday, October 5, 1891, newspaper, October 5, 1891; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth540925/m1/1/: accessed October 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.