El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 119, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 19, 1895 Page: 2 of 8
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£1 Paso Daily Times, Sunday, May 19,1895.
A Portion of tho Klokepoo L«nd» in Okle-
bomnto bo Token Bp by Sottlero-All
Needier? Preparation* Mad# For Car-
rying the Proclamation Into Kffect—85
000 Acres at $1.50 Per Acre.
Washington, May 18—It is under-
stood that the date for the opening of
the Klokapoo reservation in Oklahoma
to settlement is died for next Thnre
day. Settlers will be required to pay
$1.50 an acre, 50 cents of which will
doubtless be required for deposit on
the original entry. Copies of the pro-
clamation have been prepared and will
be issued immediately on official notl-
fl jatlon of the president’s approval. All
neoessary preparations have been made
by land officials for carrying the pro-
vision of the proclamation into effeot
The reservation oonsistB of 216,000
aores, but 131,000 of which has been
withheld for allotments of the Indians
and for sohool indemnity purposes,
leaving 85,000 aores to be taken op.
Lands are subject to ordinary.home
stead entry at the price of $1.50 per
College Athletic Sport*.
Williams Bridge, N. Y., May 18
For the third time in four years, the
tigers of Prinoeton today defeated the
Columbian college boys In trials of
speed and muscle at the annual ath letlo
games held here on the Columbia oval
by a soore of 63y2 to points.
The features of the day were the
wonderfal burst of speed exhibited by
Bogert of Columbia, in the finish of a
mile walk and the breaking of the in-
tercollegiate two mile bicycle record
by Fearing of Colombia, who sped
over that distance in hve minutes and
2 3 5 seconds.
Cambridge, Mass., May 18—Yale
won the dual games from Harvard
this afternoon, 65;polnts to the Crim-
sons’47. It was cold and gloomy and
the track a little heavy. Captain
Hlckox outdid himself by breaking
the dual records for shot and hammer
events by a wide margin and betteriog
the inter oolleglate records as well in
In the pole vault, yonng Billy Hoyt
of Harvard, oleared 11 feet, whlob is
higher than the intercollegiate record
by a good margin. Soore 65 to 47.
I Kansas OPy 12; Milwaukee 5.
* Indianapolis 9; Toledo 10.
L Pittsburg 7; New York 4
• Minneapolis 5; St. Paul 2.
C Detroit 10; Grand Rapids 17.
Cleveland 7;Pniladelpbia 9.
Cincinnati 9; Washington 4 .
Peoria 7; St. Joseph 6.
£ Louisville 0; Boston 1.
Chicago 8; Brooklyn 6
S. Louis 7; Baltimore 9.
Rockford do game,
Quincy 18; Des Moines 11.
Jacksonville 1, Omaha 11.
New Haven, Conn., May 18—Yale do
feated Prinoeton in a very exciting
game this afternoon. It was a battle
between the pitohers, Prinoeton mak-
ing one scratoh hit and Yale only
three. Honors were even between Car
ter and Altman. When the former's
arm gave oat in the sixth one man oat,
Trudmen took his plaoe, clearly doing
the best twirling of the day. The only
run was in the seventh. Soore: Yale 1;
Dink Ofttciri Arrested.
Minneapolis, May 18—A epeolal to
the Tribune from Watertowo, S. D.,
says! The directors and officers of the
defunct Merobants bank of this olty,
were Indicted by the grand jury today
for receiving deposits, knowing the
bank to be Insolvent. Two Indictments
ware returned against 8. H. Goepfert,
cashier, and W. D Wilson, president.
The directors are prominent business
men and their arrest has oiused a sen-
the United States, appellee was filed
with the oierk of the oompaoy this af-
ternoon. It reverses tbe decree of
Judge Carpenter declaring the Berliner
telephone patent Invalid and is a vie
tory for tbe American Bell company.
The decree of the court *of ap-
peals holding the patent to be valid
praotioally concedes to the Bell oom-
pany a monopoly of the miorophone.
An Incan# Mother,
Cincinnati, O , May 18—The Com
meroial Gazette’s epeolal from Hills-
boro, O , says: This evening Mrs. Beil
Rioklen. oolored, living near here, be-
oame Insane, hanged her ten months
old child,until dead and ran aoross the
field beating its dead body on the
ground. A six year old oblld she
threw into a well and jumped in after
it, hut climbed ont again with the
child, which Is now dying. She was
Blcyota Record Brok#n.
Los Angeles, May 18—Fritz Lioey,
a looal rider, today lowered the 25 mile
oompstitlen'race world’s r«oord,held by
L S. Meinizes, made at Chicago Au
oust 12, 1894. Laoey’s time was 1 hoar,
3 minutes, 7 seoonde. Tbe reoord
made by Melntzes was 1:04 3-5. Emil
Ulbreoht was Beoond.
British Claim' Against Rto.
New York, May 18—A special to the
Herald from Rio de Janeiro says the
British claims for indemnity arising
'rom the recent revolution will be pre-
sented tomorrow. They make a large
total. The minister to Argentine has
been empowered to negotiate a reci-
Cold In Nsbrask#
Omaha, Msy 18—It is very oold
throughout Nebraska tonight end all
Indications point to a heavy frost,
farmers and grain men are mnoh
alarmed. Many owners of orchards are
ceeping op large|fires in their fields
Washington, May 18—Today’s state-
ment of the condition of the
treasury shows: Available cash bal-
ance $182 469,859; gold reserve $97,150,-
Negcanee, Mich., May 18-Snow be-
gan falling at 5 o’clock tonight. Tbe
indications are that there will be good
sleighing in the morning.
AMONG THE CHURCHES-
FIB6T METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Corner Myrtle apd Ooboa streets.
Sunday aohool at 9:45 a m. Presetting
services at 11 a m. and 8 p. m. Morn-
ing theme: “Regeneration.” Evening
theme: “Doers of the word.” Hymns,
a. m. 3,168,172; p. m. 228, 234, 240
Class meeting at 12:15 p. m. Junior
League meeting at 4 p. m. Monday.
Mlsalonary prayer meeting, Wednes-
day evening at 8 o’olook. Onoir meet-
ing Saturday evening at 7:30 o’olook.
A Hoffman, Pastor.
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH.
Servloesat nsnal boms, 11 a. m. and
8 p. m. Morning sermon: “Tb«*
Methodist decline of Holiness ”
Evening: Ooyeting the beet gifts.”
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Christian
Endeavor Bt 4 p. m.
j O. J. Oxley, Pastor.
On Stanton near Myrtle street J. D
Mason, pastor. Sobjeot Sunday at 1
a.m: ‘What Shall I do with Jesus—
Salted to doubters.” At. 7:45 p. m
“Au Average Man—Salted to back-
sliders.” Suadsy sohool at 9:30 a.m.
Christian Endeavor meeting at 6:45 p.
Meets at the Chapel of the Congre-
gational training Sohool, oorner Santa
Fe and Missouri streets. Preaching
at 11a. m. Sabjeot: “The Valley of
Blessing.” 11 Chron. 20. Evening:
Unto yon yonng men because you are
strong.” Sunday Sohool at 9:45 a. m.
Endeavor eooiety 7 p. m.
Horace W. Houlding, pastor.
Churoh of the Immaculate Concep-
tion—Catechism at 9:30 a. m., high
msss and sermon at 10 a. m. Old
church—Solemn vespers at 7 p. m.
O. M. Pinto, b. J., Pastor.
Lmdon Price of Silver.
London, May 18—Bar silver 30 3 16 d
California wine supplied to families
25 oents per quart. Phoenix Hotel.
NOW FOR MEXICO CITY-
D20 United State* Currency For the
For three days only on Jane 4th, 5th
and 6th, tbe Mexioan Central rallrood
will eell round trip tiokets from El
r’aeo to the City of Mexloo and return
for twenty dollars good for thirty days
with the privilege of stopping over at
any point going or ooming within that
limit of time.
Toarist6 intending to make this trip
should bear in mind that ail expenses
in Mexico are payable in Mexican
money, thas materially reducing the
Epworth League to he Held At Chatta-
nooga, Tenn,. Jana 3 <th to 30th Inclu-
Natural Gas In Colorado.
Grand Junction, Colo., May 18—At
the depth of 830 feet a large flow of gas
was encountered this morning at a
well being sank by tbe Western ^Colo-
rado Development oompany in the
northern part of the olty. lb has a
pressure of fifty pounds,twenty pounds
greater than at the well pat down east
of the city a year ago. Work on the
well will proceed. It is believed suffi-
cient gas to light and heat the olty is
near at hand.
For the above oooasioo tbe Texas &
Pacffio railway will Bell round trip
tiokets on Jane 24th, 25th, 26th and
27th limited to fifteen days from date
of sale for return,with privilege of ex-
tending the limit fifteen days by de-
positing the return portion of the tioket
at Chattanootra. Fare for the round
trip $41.80. For further Information
oill on or address.
E. D. Phillips, B. F Darbyshire,
Depot Agent. General Agent.
Buying Wool for Mexico.
Houston,Tex., May 18—J. Villegas, a
Mexioan wool buyer, has purchased
200,000 ponods of this spring’s wool
ollp, whloh he has shipped to Mexico.
He is baying large quantities for ship-
ment to old Mexloo and thiB being the
first time wool has been eold to Mexloo,
the opening of the new market will be
Killed In e Mine
Butte, Mont., May 18—John Barry,
shift boss, and James MoGarvio,
miner, were killed In the Anaoonda
mine here today. The former was
blasted, the latter Btrnok by a descend-
ing oage In the shaft.
Paper Mills Burned,
Milwaukee, May 18—It Is reported
here this (Sunday) morning that the
Whiting paper mill at Stevens Point
bnrned, causing a lose of $500,000.
Important Telephone Declson.
Boston, May 18—The deoleion of the
United States olronlt ocurt of appeals
in the case of the American Bell Tele-
phone oompfeny •; al, appellant, va.
Excursions Via the T*xeg& Peclfio Railway
Southern Baptist convention at
Washington, D. O., May 9th to 16ih
Inclasive, tiokets on sale May 5th, 6th
end 7th, limited for return to fifteen
days from date of sale with privilege of
having the final limit extended fifteen
days by depositing the'retarn portion
of tioket with jilnt agent at Washing-
ton, D. C.. on or before May 16th. Fare
for the round trip $55 00.
General Cumberland Presbyterian
Church to be held at Meridian, Mlse.,
May ICtb, Mokets on sale May !3tb,
14th and 15th, limited for retnrn to
June 3rd. Fare fore the round trip
General Assembly Presbyterian
Obnroh to be held at Dallas, Texas,
May 16th to 26. n, tiokets on sale May
15th snd 16th, limited for return to
Jane 3rd. Fare for the roond trip
E. D. Phillips, B. F. Darbyshire,
Agtnt Depot. General Agent.
The Montezuma Hotel.
This elegant caravansary will be re
opened to tbe public on June 20tb,
nuder the management of Mr. Jno. O.
The hotel has been refitted, and Im-
provements have been made in the
grounds and bath houses, in faot,
everything will be done to Insure tbe
comfort and pleasure of its guests and
the rates will be within reaoh of evety
Bonnd-trip tlokete will be on sale to
the Hot Springs at a very reduoed
rate from all our egenoles. Deserlpti
matter of this elegant resort will be
famished on applloatlon to agents
W. B. Trull, Agent Depot,
Vr. R. Brown, Olty Agent,
Dlitrlct Court Caies Set,
To Hon. O. N. Bnokler, District Judge
Your .committee have set the follow
ng oases for trial on the dates herein-
MONDAY, MAY 27.
1816. El Paso Building and Loan As-
sociation vs. H. H. Neill.
1475 D. E. Doane vs. Town of Sooor-
1807. S. Shulz guardian vs. Henry and
1775 Mary M. Prieto vs. the City of
1851. b. H. Buchanan et al vs. A. L.
1859. Thomas Wtlliameivs. Annie Wil-
1987. El Paso Bnildiog and Loan As-
sociation vs. T. O. Lntterloh.
1997. F E. Hunter vs. A. D. Bram-
2018. Fort Dearborn National Bank
va. City of El Paso.
2039. M. Lowenstein et al vs. Walter
2058. Blaslta Chloon vs. Franolsoo
2104. John I. Rediok vs. Franolsoo
VBr^l& et el
2149. Et Parte R. E. Beckham, re-
THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1895.
1954 R E Beokham, receiver, vs. W.
1779 Holstein Diary Co. vs. Nathan
1837 El Paso Bldg. & Loan A6sn. vs.
Solomon O. Schnrz.
1988 El Paso Bldg. & Loan Assn. vs.
1007 J. F. Satherthwaite vs. G. H. &
S’ A. Ky. Go.
1536 H. D. MoEsohem vs. City of El
1655 W. W. Tnrney et al vs. Paul
1842 El Paso Bldg. & Loan Assn. vs.
John Julian et al.
1920 R. E. Beckham, receiver, vs. A.
D. Bramhall, etal.
1931 E Krause va. Oaples <fe Hammer.
1949 El Paso National bank vs. Dan-
iel Robertson et al<
2044 R E. Beckham, reoelver, va. A.
2063 El Paso Bldg. & Loan Assn. va.
A. F. Steinbnok et al.
2064 McCntoheon, Payne & Co. vs. P.
E. Kern et al.
2082 Richard L Mayer vs. City of
2101 W. J. Montgomery vs. Peter
2108 Maria Sienz va. Juan Slenz.
B. H. Davis, 1
T. A. Falvey, i
W. M. Caldwell, J-Committee.
W. H Burges, i
. A. G. Foster, 1
is no doubt great; but what they
all should know, is that the time
of it, the tire of it, and the cost
of it, can all be greatly reduced by
*“8? THE IN. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. St. Louis.
Best Family Hotel in
El JPaso. Texets.
American or European Flan,
Has Eleotrlo Lights, rooms
single or en unite, witn Private
Bath and modern conveniences.
Hates: Table board — Single
meal, 50o; by the week, $7; by the
month, $25. Riom and board $2
to $3 per day. Speolal rates to
parties spending the winter.
Headquarters for cattlemen.
The New Vendome.
By the Syndicate that has lately acquired control of the
leasehold of this fine property it has been
Completely Remodeled and Refurnished,
and is now the Finest Hostelry in the Southwest.
Elevators, Electric Lights, special suits with baths, sunny
ooms fronting tbe plaza, electric call service and all modern
equipments, not to be enjoyed west of St. Louis.
HOWLKY & BEATHBBLY, Props.
ONLY THE PUREST LIQUORS AT 1 HE VENDOME BAR.
All Delicacies of the Haas on at the Vendome Table.
PURE HYGEIA ICE-
fdade from distilled water. Telephone
114. El Paso Ice & Refrigerator Co
Accommodations at Glorletta;
I desire to state to all parties who
wish to visit the Peooe, th it I am
again looated here and will gladly
| answer all correspondence oon
i oerning accommodations here and
l transportation to the Peooe river.
Glorletta, M. M.
One Gives Belief.
■ginding of music, magazines
law books, medical journals,
etc., a specialty at the Timbs
office. Telephone 26.
FASSETT & KELLY,
Hardware, stoves and tinware,
Cutlery, Guns, Pistols, Mining Supplies and
AMMUNITION OF ALL KINDS.
Sole agents for Buckeye Mowers and Reapers, Fairbanks’ Scales,
Buffalo Scales, Charter Oak Stoves, Star Wind Mills, Oiant Powder,
and Aermotor Wind Mills.
BIG REDUCTIONS IN
Window Shades Below Cost.
dimes Fureiture Store.
309 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, EL PASO ST.
OAPLES & HAMMETi
Contractors and Builders,
EL PASO, TEXAS.
Dieter Sc Sauer,
C. JUAREZ, MEXICO.
—Importers and Jobbers in Fine—
Groceries, Wines; Liquors, Havana
And Mexican Cigars.
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El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 119, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 19, 1895, newspaper, May 19, 1895; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth541417/m1/2/: accessed July 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.