El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 119, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 19, 1895 Page: 1 of 8
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Issued Morning and Evening.
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Member of Associated Press.
Fifteenth Year No. 11t».
El Paso, Texas, Sunday Morning, M*y Id, 1895.
R. F. JOHNSON,
Wholesale Liquor Dealer,
Finest Kentucky Bourbon and
Pennsylvania Rye Whiskies.
Hole Agent for All tha Product of
THE ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWING ASSOCIATION
OF ST. LOUIS, MO , AND
THE JOS. BCHLITZ 1»11B WING COMPANY OP MILWAUKEE
Wholesale Dealer In Pure Becky Mountain Lake Ice.
Familiex Supplied WltL Soda, Sarsaparilla, Vichy, Seltzer and all Forms of Mineral Water
_BRANCH IN CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO._
O. tt. M0K3HEAD, President. J. 0. LACKLAND. Cashier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, Vice Prest. J. H. RUSSELL, AsB't Cash.
State National Bank.
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
I Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in all Its Branches.
Highest price paid for Mexican dollars.
Pmbyterian General Assem-
bly Has Been Divided
Into Two Parties.
BRIGGS NOT MENTIONED.
Pew & Son, Dealers in Fine Shoes, El Paso, Texas.
Carload Bedroom Suits.
T. H. SPRINGER.
North Stanton and St. Leals Streets. PI Paso, Texas.
L. B. FREUDBNTH AL & CO..
Groceries & Goods,
EL PASO. TEXAS.
First National Bank.
EL PASO, TEXA8.
Capital and Surplus $125,000.
JOSHUA S. REYNOLDS, President.
ULYSSES 8. STEWART, Co«hler.
«. W. FLOURNOY. Vice Pre.ldent.
JOS. F. WILLIANS, Ant. Outlier.
HOUCK & DIETER,
220 EL PASO STREET.
Importers and Jobbers
GERMAN WINES, FRENCH LIQUORS
and Kentucky Whiskies
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Wm. J. Lemp Brewing Co., Bt, Lout’. Mo.
Pabst Hi owing Co., Milwaukee, Wla.
The White Rook Mineral Springs Co., Waukesha, Wis.
The Appolinarls Company. Limit* d, London, England.
Telephono No. 05. Warehouse and Bottling Works, 93.
"WHAT WE WANT, I& YOUR ORDERS.”
The Odium Which Attached to Him Hit
Been Transferred to the Seminary Direc-
tors of New York-Nothing Heard of the
Plans of Disposing of Dr. Briggs—Mey
be Sprang at a Liter Oats.
F. E. Fairell. Max M tiller.
CAPITAL PAID UP $50,000.
FARRELL & MULLER, RANKERS.
CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO.
Drafts on Principal Cities of the Republic, United States and
Europe Bought and Sold.
Special Attention Given to Collections in the Eepnblio and Remittances
Mexican Money Bought and Sold at Current Rates.
Pittsburg, May 18—The assembly in
oontrol of the seminaries has possession
of the Presbyterian assembly, even if
the assembly has not possession of the
seminaries, which It desired.
The next result thus far attained has
been to divide the assembly into two
olearly marked parties and it is judged
that the line of oleaverage‘is near the
nnmerloal centre of the body. It saems
probable the vote of fonr to one that
was recorded last year will be wiped
oat In a large part and the dispropor
tion greatly reducad.
The oommlttee which is urging the
adoption of the plan to provide for
closer relations between the assembly
and the seminaries saw Itself compel
led by the strength of the opposition
to import Thos. MoDoogal, of Jincln
nati, a member of the oommlttee, to
present the legal side of the case. This
he did in a speech of an hoar Rod a
half, bat he labored under a heavy
handicap on account of the pamphlet:
which be recently published attacking
the integrity end faithfulness of the
boards of home and foreign missions
in New York for using funds for mis-
sionary purposes on the ereotlou of a
large building on Fifth avenue. There
is a plan on foot to secure the adoption
of an alternative report replacing that
of the committee. It is proposed to re-
commend that in view of the answers
made by the directors of existing sem
iuarles setting forth their unwiling-
ness to make any oharter changes these
seminaries are to be let alone and that
the restrictions devised by the commit
tee will be applied only to institutions
hereafter chartered. This plan will
meet with good support. Tha Union
seminary in New York is the “bete
noire" of the conversative elements in
this assembly. This was shown when
it was referred to as the cause of all
Dr. Briggs h»s scarcely baen m3n
tioned and the odium which attached
to him has been transferred to the t em
inary directors in New York. Oao of
the speakers declared that when they
repudiated their agreement with tha
assembly, they took out endowments
which belonged properly to the churoh
One of tha strong objections to the
plan of the committee on siminary
oontrol Is that It Involves reoonrse to
the civil courts for the settlement of
eoolesiasi ical differences. The answer
to this made by a lawyer like Mr. Mo-
Doagal, was regarded by some es a sort
of speoial pleading and his reference
to the creatures of Caesar appealing to
Oaesar failed to oarry oonviotion to all.
Thu9 far nothing has been heard of
the plans of the disposing of Dr. fcriggs
which were said to be under serious
consideration. But the assembly is
youDg yet and those who were active
in the communication two years ago
are now absent from the soene. It
may ba these plane are now simply in
abeyance to be sprang upon the as-
sembly at a later date.
The Catholic Knight..
Omaha. May 18—The tenth supreme
council of the Catholic Knlghis ad-
journed this afternoon. Mobile, Ala
name, was sel«oted as the next place cf
meeting In 1897.
The officers elected were: Supreme
president. Edward Feeney, cf Brook-
lyn ; supreme vice president, Charles J.
OtGof Galveston, Texas; supreme seo
retary, W. S O’Rouke, of Fort Wayne,
Indiana; supreme treasurer, C. J.
Kershnsr, of Toledo, Ohi:; supremo
trustee, F. D. McGulnnes, of Provl
denoe, Rhode Island.
The organization decided against
further t»x for a sinking fuDd,
Theocucllhas as supreme repre-
sentatives three priests. Rev Father
J. H. Tion, of Kansas; J. J Gore, of
Mlohlgan, and F. P. O’Keeffe, of New
A large number of the members of
the oonnoil will take a trip to Denver
and other western points.
Paper Tra.e la Trouble.
Chicago, May 18—A sensational
cross bill to foreclose the property of
the Colombia Straw Paper company,
was filed today by Otto Creshman, ren
resenting a number of owners of the 39
paper millB comprising the concern.
The bill oharges fraud in connection
with a million dollar bond issue of the
oompany for which the NorthernTruBt,
company ia trustee It; oharges tbe
promoters of the oombice never paid
any money Into tbe poo), that they re-
ceived options oh the property without
consideration; that the option weagiv
en to one of the promoters. The docu-
ment dt claras the owners of the vari-
ous plants were paid largely in stock
and $2,000,000 worth of stook was di-
vided among the promoters, it Is also
charged that 81,COO,0C0 of bonds were
sold by the promoters to themselves.
The bill avetB that the promoters
should be compelled to pay for $2 COO,-
COO stook held by them, it being assert
ed that suoh aotton would plaoe the
oompaBy in a comfortable financial
position. It is alleged the effort to
foreclose s a soheme to defrand the
former ovvaera of the property and
leave the profits to the promoters. The
defendants Darned are: S. Stein,Chida
go; E G Clark. P. D Beard. Sterling,
Illinois; T. T. Ransom, Buffalo: R S.
I. and Max Untermeyer, New York; B.
M. Frees, C A. Dupee, N. IB. Judah,
Chicago; F. 0. Treheim, Ohio; A. P.
Brown. Fort Madison, Iowa, and W. O.
Heppenheimer, Hoboken, New Jersey.
New York, May 18—There was a
soene of wild excitement on the curb
at the prodnoe exohange today. The
regular wheat market doses Satur-
days at 11 o’olook and for an heur af
terwards, or until change dosed, trad-
ers stood around and traded ia an un
official way. Usually the ourb is a
tame affair. Today It wa9 a bedlam of
noises. Outsiders had baen heavy sel-
lers all the morning causing a decline
in wheat and the dosing figures
showed a net loss of about % cent
This lef' the feeling rather weak and
when the cold weather stories struck
the market It was unprepared. In 10
minutes prices jumped one oent per
bushel and daring an hour 2 oents,
July closing at 72^ cents, rushb g up
to75^ cents on the curb. Then every
body wanted to sell off some on the
rise and this knocked off one cant.
The market finally become very unset
Med. Corn also had a boom advancing
from 16% cents regular closing on July
to 59 oeuie and then off to 57% oents.
The Motqalto Coast Uontroversr.
New York May 18—A special dts-
patoh to the World from Colon, Ooiom
bla, says: Referring to Colombia’s
old claim to the Mosquito coast, a local
paper says: Oolomoia never oared to
Interfere with the rights of self-govern
meat of the Mosquito Indians, but this
does not signify she renounces h<n-
rlghts to sovereignity over the Mos-
quito territory, which belongs to her.
The occupation of suoh territory by
Nioaragaa is unjust and illegal
and new Is th» time for Colom-
bia to put in her claim and press for a
settlement. The Venezuelan payment
of the first installment of the 8100,000
claimed by Italy for Indemnity for
damages sustained by Italians in Veno
zuela daring the oivil war thire, has
stirred up tome foreigners here who
lost heavily Inlhe rebellion of 1890 and
received no compensation.
Ohoked Her Ruby to Death.
Craw fords vi ule, Ind , May 18-Cor-
oner Barcas has caused the arrest cf
Mrs. Eva Nelson, who acknowledges
she ohoKed her infant to death to keep
it from crying. The woman’s husband
had deserted her and she lived with
her father. The ohtld had been born
without his knowledge. She had man-
aged to keep the baby still several days
but last Friday night could not quiet
the babe and so, to keep her father
from hearing it ory, she ohoked it to
death. Then the body w is secreted in
her bed. Thursday she told a neighbor
about It and this led to her arrest
Piice Five Cents.
Things Once More in a Cha-
otic Condition in
THE GOVERNMENT BILLS
Both the Anti-revolution and the Tobacco
Tax Meaiaraa Crnihingly Defeated—No
Talk of Substitute Mea.urna—Anticipa-
tions That tbe Betchatsg Will Adjourn—
BlmetallUte Hava Laid a Motion Before
tha Lower House of the Diet.
Berlin, May 18—Things are onoe
more In a ohaotlo condition in Ger-
many. The two oheif government bills,
the entl-revoivtlon and the tobacoo
tax measure, have been orushiugly
defeated and there is no talk of
substitute measures. It is an open
secret that the views of the ohanoel-
ior, Prince Hohenlohe and the Prus-
sian minister of tbe interior, Herr Von
Koeller, clash on most subjects of Im-
portance and the existing situation
cannot endure. The latter’s position
is so shaken that his term of office may
end at any moment. Prices Hohen-.
lohe, who has been much worried for
months, offered bis resignation imme-
diately after the defeat of the anti rev-
olution bill, but he was persuaded to
stay in office on the oarnest solicit*
tions of the emperor and his own fam-
Herr Von Koellsr’s handling of the
anti-revolution bill is condemned on
all sides, bathe has displayed a total
disregard of their dissatlsfac Ion and
In fact strongly urged before tbe coun-
cil of state the Introduction of another
anti revolution bill dlreoted particu-
larly at the socialists.
Prince Hohenlohe quietly disproved
his arguments and showed (he futility
of continuing the fight la the present
lelchstag. The ohancellor was sup-
ported In this contention by Dr. Mi-
quel, minister of finacce, Baron Mar-
schall Von Biebersteln, minister of
foreign affairs, and Dr. Von Boettls-
oher, Imperial secretary of state of
the Interior, while Dr. Sohcenstedt,
minister of jastfee, sided with Herr
Von Koeller., Prince Hobenlohe’s
views also net with favor In the Bun-
dratb, with the result that no new
anti revolution bill or labor tobacoo
tax bill be Introduced and the early
elesa of the relchsGg session Is there-
fore expeoted. According to anticipa-
tions the relohstag will sdjonrn at the
end of tha month.
Bimetallists have laid a motion
similar to that adopted in the upper
hour e of the Prussian diet, before the
lowe* house of the diet. It has been
signed by ever 200 tnembeis, chiefly
conservatives and centrists.
Train Kulibsr, Foiled.
St Joseph, Mo., May 18—Four Pink
erton detectives from Chicago and six
nnlloemen of tills otfcy, all armed with
Winchesters, patrolled the tracks of
the Kansas City, St Jrsjph& Connoil
Blntfsroad north of this city last night
in anticipation of an attempted train
robbery. A plot had been formed to
hold up the south bound express at
3:30 this morning and the railroad
company, learning of ir, had offloers on
hand to prevent it. The robbers in
some way learcel their plans were
known and the aitampt was not made.
Oli.iKtd With Bigamy.
Detroit, May 18—Detective Bagns-
rillo of New York this afterncon de-
manded W J. White, the alleged
bigamist and swindler who w as brought
to grief through Mrs. Tomlinson, his
second, third, fonrth or fifth wife. Ia
support of his demand he presented an
extradl i.n warrant signed b/ G>v-
ernor Rich. The police refused to give
White up for the reason that they
wished him to go before the Detroit
polios oonrt for examination on the
charge of bigamy.
Frost Id Kentucky.
IIornellsville, N Y.,May 18—Fruit
growers near this city state the pros-
pects for enormous yield of cherries,
plumbs, grapes, strawberries and pears
so flattering a week ago are gone and
there is not a possibility of the orch-
ards that should yield hundred* cf
bushels of fruit will yield a single
Kirhapoo Kteervarlon Opening,
Washington, May 18—The president
till eafternoon signed the proolsmation
opening to settlement, beginning at
noon, Thursday, May 23. The Ktoka
poo reservation is in Oklahoma.
Atthe station of Jurdruz, Mexico,
oftentimes shippers a; d business men
havo experienced tedious deleys and
molestations which oan now bo avoid-
ed by hating the experienced, reliable
and lightning ocmnmsicn merobant,
Thomas A. Dwjer, Jr., attend to that
Tne Income Tex.
Washington, May 18-It was general-
ly expected the jastiot-s of the supreme
court today wonld hold another con-
ference on tbe income tax question for
tho purpose of rof.chicg a final conclu-
sion and passing upon the opinion of
the court and dissenting opinion of
tho jnstioes who might find themselves
in theminoiity, but tha oonsu.tatioi
did not take plaoe and will not uuti
Monday immediately preceding th
convening oftha court.
New York, May 13—The export o
specie from tha port of New York for
week amoonted to 82C3 922, in gold and
silver $55,000; dry goods 81,617,421;,
general merchandise $7,493,675.
A cream of tartar baking powder
Highest of all in leavening strength.—
Latest United Stalls Government Food
Royal Baking Powder Co.,
106 Wail 8t.,N. Y.
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