El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 92, Ed. 1 Friday, April 13, 1900 Page: 2 of 8
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EL UAbO OAiLV'ttMEN FRIDAY, APRIJLf 13, 1-00.
Lord Roberts Said to be
Using His Army Very
HE WILLS0ON ADVANCE
Military Man Predict the Capture of Sev-
eral Boer Commands—The Boers ! Still
Held Off at Wepener—Boer Scouts on
Bailer’s Flanks-It Is Kstlmuted There are
18,000 Boers In Natal—A New Foreign
Legion In Pretoria-The British Movlug
London, April 13, 4 50 a. m.—In a
roundabout way London hears that
Lord Roberts, when wiring to the
Prinoe of Wales at Copenhagen con-
gratulations npon his escape from as-
sasBination, added two or three hopeful
sentences, portending an early advance
with wide reaching combinations.
Quiet assn ranees are passed around
among military men that Roberts is
wnploying his great army effectively,
and adventurous Boer commandoes are
likely to be enmeshed.
These scraps of news—a detail here
and another there—have reached Eng-
land tonight over comparatively idle
cables, but they do not illuminate the
The Colonials at Wepener still hold
off the Boers. Lord-Methnen has worked
eastward until he is within 80 miles of
Kroonstad. Boer scouts have gone
aTonnd Ladysmith and have appeared
atDewdrop and other places on Boiler’s
flanks and rear. Officers of Bailer’s ir
regular horse estimate the Boers in
Natal at 18,000, bnt these figures are
probably excessive, 10,000 being regard-
®d here as the outside number.
After General Hart’s brigade leaves
him, Buller will still have close upon
36.000 men. It is generally assumed
this brigade is going to join Roberts,
bnt its destination is unknown.
It is calculated Lord Roberts now
has 214,000 effective troops, with 12,000
more afloat or nnder orders.
ON TO SMITHFIELD.
Capetown, April 12—The Bloem-
fontein correspondent of the Cape Ar-
“Olivier’s oommando is moving in
(the direction of Smithfield.
“Five different laagers were located
between Bethany and Kaffir river, lying
parallel to the railway, twelve miles
FOREIGN LEGION IN PRETORIA.
London, April 12—A dispatch to the
Daily Mail from Lourenzo Marquez,
dated Thursday, says:
"It is reported from Pretoria that a
Boer oommando is moving through
Basutoland. This is said to be a clever
■ruse to draw the British away from
“About 2,000 foreigners constitute a
mew foreign legion in Pretoria, includ-
ing some Cossacks In uniform. Several
fresh recruits loft here for Pretoria to-
day, inclndinga French captain,brother
of the late General De Villebois Ma
minders and in suppositions as to who
the next general will be to be sent
It appears General Brabant himself is
at Aliwal North, and only a portion of
hie column at Wepener.
LEAVES OF ABSENCE.
Pretoria, April 12—The Free State
Gazette publishes orders to the effect
that no person oommandered for aotive
servioe has the right to send a substi-
tute without the consent of the Land-
drost. In reference to leaves of ab-
sence the Gazette says 10 per cent of
each command can be relieved by bal-
lot for periods of twelve days. This is
intended to meet the wishes of burgh
ers desiring to plant crops.
Advices from Karee siding say the
Boers are busily entrenching their po-
sition at East Brandfort rnnuing par-
allel with the railroad while still
strongly holding the waterworks.
THE GAME A WAITING ONE
Bloemfontein. April 12—According
to information reoeived (here the Boer
activity eastward of the railroad and in
proximity to the border is largely doe
to the faot that Presidents Kruger and
Steyn found the burghers declaring
they were unwilling to remain with
their commands unless aotively em-
ployed, as they are convinced the Brit
ish game is a waiting one. It is be-
lieved the Boer movement was origin-
ally designed to oblige Roberts to
weaken his foroe at Bloemfontein in
order to protect the railroad, when the
Boers would have attempted to recap-
ture the capital. Bat the burghers are
evidently ignorant of the enormous
foroe Roberta has at his disposal.
Pretoria, April 12—A heavy can-
nonade was heard this mornin in the
direction of Bnltfontein, situated mid-
way between Windbnrg and Boshof,
Advices from Boer headquarters, in
Natal, say after a bombardment, the
British are retiring in the direction of
Ladysmith and the Federals are going
to their old position.
Advices from Wepener, where the
British force is surrounded, say the
battle continues favorable to the Feder
als. About 1,500 British troops are said
to be there.
NATIVES WELL DISPOSED.
BRITSTOWN, Cape Colony, April 12—
A column of troops commanded by
Colonel Prnry of the Royal Canadian
artillery, consisting of artillery and
mounted infantry of yeomanry and
Australians, arrived here this morning.
They found the district they traversed
orderly and well disposed.
SHORT OF AMMUNITION.
Aliwal, North, April 12—Colonial
troops are still holding their own splen
didly at Wepener. Cannonading was
recommenced this morning. The Boer
attack yesterday was not very serious
The British are carefully husbanding
their ammunition and their guns are
making excellent practice. The Boers
are short of ammnnition.
A patrol returning from Smithfield
reports small groups of Boers are vsi-
CONDITIONS IN PUERTO RICO.
Two Brass Bands Escorted
Bryan to His Hotel
A Dying Woman Requested Ulm to Call on
Her, a. She Desired to See tbe Champion
of Her Faith—Hryan Readily Responded.
An Address to the School Children, the
Schools Being Closed for the Occasion.
Oregon Populists and Democrats for
PHOENIX, A. T., April 12—William
J. Bryan arrived this morning, and was
escorted by two brass bands through
the streets to his hotel, where he was
entertained by the Democratic clubs.
A reoeption followed, during which he
reoeived a message from a dying wo
man. asking him to call on her, as she
desired to meet the champion of her
faith. He readily responded.
When he returned to the hotel Bryan
addressed the school children, the
schools being closed for the oooasion.
For an honr and a half be addressed
5,000 people on the plaza on the Bnb-
jects of free eilyer, trusts and imperial
He left for Prescott on a special train
INSTRUCTED FOR BRYAN.
PORTLAND, Oregon, April 12—The
Populists and Demooratio conventions
today named delegates to the national
conventions of their respective parties,
instrnoted to vote for Bryan for presi-
Conference committees from the two
conventions met to arrange a platform,
and their reports will be taken np to-
Twelve middle of the road delegates
held a convention this afternoon, but
took no action pending the action of the
The Silver Republicans held no con-
vention today, there being only a small
number of delegates present.
ed to meet In Colnmbas May 15, 1001.
Dr. R. H. Remeiin of Cincinnati was
The resolutions reaffirm the Cbioago
platform; denonnoe imperialism, Puer-
to Rican tariff, trusts and railroad com-
binations; expressed sympathy for the
Boers and demand a solid delegation
from Ohio for Bryan.
Just reoeived, a large shipment of tbe
latest designs in Patterns, Hack and
Sailor Hats and Novelties for Easte r.
Mrs M. E Bruuk,
306 San Autmio street.
A Number of the Germania Smelter Strikers
Returned to Work.
SALT Lake, April 12—The strike at
the Germania smelter appears to be
practically at an end. A number of
the men who went ont resumed work
today. The company is now operating
two furnaces, and will blow in another
in a few days.
Have yon thought any about tbe
Bnshoug & Feldman “Special” photos?
If not, think qniok. The rush is on and
standing room is at a premium.
THE NUECES RIVER.
The theory now is, that blankets must be
washed instead ol dry-cleaned lobe healthy. To
btve your blankets as soft as new, make a soapy
suds In half a tub of warm water by using
one-half cup of
Gold Dust Washing Powder
and soak a blanket in it for half an hour; then
simply move it around and rub the soiled spots;
rinse in warm water of the same temperature as
tbe one in which you wash It, hang up in a
warm place or sunshiny outdoor air and see
what a soft, white blanket you will have.
The above is taken from oar free booklet
"GOLDEN RULES FOR HOUSE*
on request to
the n. k. fairbank company,
Chicago, St. Laula, New Yerk, ■
It la Out of Its Hunk* and Inundating the
Beeville, Tex., April 12—Reports
ooming in from the Nneces river, west
of here, are to the effeot that the stream
is ont of its banks and inundating tbe
Habitual constipation is the door
through which many of tbe serions ills
of the body are admitted. The occa-
sional use of Prickly Ash Bitters
will remove and cure this distressing
Washington, April 12—Colorado
and Wyominir—Cloudy and warmer
Friday; probably rain Saturday; varia-
New Mexico—Fair Friday and Satur-
day ; Warmer Friday ; southerly winds.
Why pay 25c for 2 oans of inferior To-
matoes when yon oan get 2 cans, 3’s,
Curtioe Broe. Blue Label Tomatoes for
the same money at El Paso Grooery.
Fusion In Nevada.
Reno, Nevada, April 12—The silver
party state central committee today
voted for fusion with the Populists and
An occasional dose of Prickly Ash
Bitters keeps the system healthy
BOER GUNS DISABLED.
Aliwal North, April 13—News
’ (from a Boer source at Wepener, offi-
cially communicated, says four Boer
guns have been disabled and fonr com
mandanta killed or wounded. On
Tuesday night the British made a sor-
tie, captnring a Boer gnn and taking
WEPENER IN NEED OF AID,
London, April 12—The Bloemfon-
tein correspondent of the Times, tele-
graphing Thursday, says:
“The latest news is Colonel Dalgety’s
force occupies a position outside of
Wepener, while Ronxville’s oommando
occupies the town itself. The pressure
there shonld be partially relieved with-
in the next 24 honrs.
“Lieutenant Nix, a Dutch military
attache, who was wounded at Koorn
Spruit, died today nnder an operation.”
Thousands of Destitute Out of Work Beg-
ging for Belief.
San Juan, Puerto Rioo, April 12.
The general conditions of Pnerto Rioo
remain the same from week to week.
Delegations of country people con-
tinue to arrive at the governor’s palace
almost daily and beg for relief.
Without doubt thousands of Puerto
Ricans are destitute and without work.
Nevertheless the situation is not as bad
as it has been painted.
Tbe oondltion of the laboring class
will be materially relieved in the next
Contracts for building nine new roads
from the sea coast towns to interior
points were let a few days ago.
The approximate cost of this work
will be |60(),000. It has been estimated
that nearly 10,000 men will be given
Guotmtlons from Some of the Leading Kx-
ohangefl of the United States.
Omaha, April 12—Receipts 3,100.
Native beef steers $4.20(915.40; cows
and heifers $3.40(94.50; oanners $2.25
(93.30; stookersand feeders $3.70(95.10;
calves $firstname.lastname@example.org; bulls, stags, etc.,
$2.80 @3 80.
Sheep— Receipts 5,300. Yearlings
$5 80@6 30; western muttons $5.50@
6.15; stock sheep, $email@example.com; lambs
Chicago, April 12—Cattle—Receipts,
11,500. Natives; best on sale today
at $5 80. Good to prime steers $5.00
@5.85; poor to medium $firstname.lastname@example.org; se-
lected feeders $4.25 @4.85; mixed Stock-
ers $email@example.com, oows $firstname.lastname@example.org;
heifers $email@example.com; oanners $2.80@
2.80; bulls $2.80@$4.25; oalves $4.50(9
Texans—Receipts 350. Best on sale
$4 95. Texas steers steady $4 00@5 25;
Texas bulls steady $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sheep—Receipts none. Good to choice
wethers $email@example.com; fair to choice mixed
$5.00 @6.00; western sheep $6.00 @6.36;
yearlings $firstname.lastname@example.org; native lambs,
$5 email@example.com; western lambB $firstname.lastname@example.org.
wards off disease
strength and energy.
(DRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Favorable Crop Outlook and Lower Cable*
Cause a Weak Market.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC WRECK.
London, April 12—Elandsgaate and
Wepener still monopolize attention, At
both places a series of indecisive actions
are occurring The Boers report fight-
ing April 10 at Elaudsgaate and aver an
advance on the British camp was made
with a loss of ouly three males, and
two horses, while the British losses were
heavy. The bombardment lasted all
A dispatch from Elandslgaate dated
“Fighting was renewed beyond
Elandsgaate this afternoon. The Boers
•teadily advanced npon the British posi-
tions. There was a continuous rifle
“The Boer big guns were in action.
The British replied effectively, and
after two hours fighting the Boere were
THE NEW COMMANDERS.
Nothing has been learned regarding
tbe rumor of Colonel Baden-Powell’s
death, nor is there anything tending to
■bow that a general advance toward
Pretoria will be delayed.
In tbe absence of exoiting develop-
ments, pablio interest centers more
•pon the personality of the new oom-
Three Men Killed and Three Probably
Redding, Cal., April 12—In a wreck
of a Southern Pacific work train five
miles below Cottonwood tonight, three
men were killed aud three injured, two
Killed: C. W. Green, Redding; sec-
Frank Richards, Red Bluff; brake-
Frank Resner, Dunsmuir; brakeman.
S. R Haiuz of Hooker, a section man,
and George Green of Redding, a sec-
tion man, are thought to be fatally hnrt,
The work train was backing from
Hooker to Cottonwood aud the caboose,
followed by five fiats, left the track.
Chicago, April 12—The grain mar
kets were weak and only moderately ao-
tive today, hit by lower cables and a
favorable crop outlook. Wheat closed
S@Jj and corn &@lo under yesterday
Provisions were irregular. May pork
and ribs closed unchanged; May lard
was 12J@15o up.
May wheat opened 66|@lo, touched
67o, reacted to 661 and olosed weak at
May corn ranged from 391 to 38Jc and
May oats ranged from S4(@& to 244o
and olosed at 24i@So.
A DIVORCE SUIT.
Mrs. G. Jeanette Asks fur a Divorce aud
Asslgus Several Grounds of Action.
In the district court yesterday Mrs.
Carmen Jeanette filed snit for a diooroe
from her husband Jasper H. Jeanette.
Both parties are residents of El Paso.
The petition sets np that the couple
were married on Maroh 1, 1897, and
lived together until April 6th, 1899.
The plaintiff asks for an absolute di-
vorce and the custody of their ohild.
She also asks that the oonrt issue an in-
junction restraining the defendant
from interfering with herself or ohild.
Cruel treatment and non-snpport are
assigned as the gronnds for the action.
The petitioner alleges the defendant is
addicted to the nse of intoxicating
liquors, and while under their influence
she olaima he treated her in a very un-
kind and cruel manner. She says he
called her improper and abnsive names,
and further alleges on ODe occasion he
threatened her with a pistol, and at an-
other time with a table knife. She
says her health has become greatly im-
paired, and it was impossible for her to
live with the defendant, and adds his
actions was the oause of their separa -
Attorney W. S. Smallwood represents
El Paso & Northeastern Railway Co.
Alamogordo & Sacramento Mountain Ry.Co.
WHITE OAKS ROUTE.
Tittle Table No. 5.
Train leaves El Paso...............10:80 a, m.
Arrives Alamogordo...........2:80 p. in,
“ Capitan..............8:80 p. m.
Train leaves “ 8:45 a. m.
Arrives Alamogordo...........2:00 p. in.
“ El Paso................7:00 p. m.
(Daily exoept Sunday.)
Trains rnn via Jarilia.the Great Gold and Copper Camp, on Tuesdays and Fridays
Trains leave Alamogordo for Toboggan, on the summit of the Saoramento twice
At Tnlarosa. For Mescalero Indian Agency and San Andreas mining region.
At Carrizosa: For White Oaks, Jioarrillas, Gallinas and surrounding country.
At Walnut. For Nogal.
At Capitan: For Fort 8tanton Sanitarium, Gray, Lincoln, Richardson, Ruldo
ea and Bonito country.
At Toboggan: For Pine Springs, Elk, Weed, Upper Penasoo, Penasoo and
the entire Sacramento Mountain region.
For information of any kind regarding the railroads, or the oonntry adjacent
thereto, call on or write to
H. ALEXANDER, A S. GREIG.
Ass’t Gen’l F. & P. Agt. Gen’l Snpt. & Traffic Manager,
Alamogordo. N. M Alamogordo, N. M
or F. E. MORRISS, Agent, El Paso, Texas.
We have jnst reoeived a oarload of
Safford Springs water. We solioit the
orders of the trade for this justly cele-
brated mineral water. Honok & Die-
MR. BRIAN’S LETTER.
Regrets That He Cannot Stop Over In
Democratic National Convent Ion Will Meet
in Kansas City.
Kansas City, April 12—The sub-
committee of the Demooratio national
committee has formally decided to let
Kansas City retain the national conven-
tion in July, the local committees hav-
ing made satisfactory promises of a
Five Constables Killed and Burned—SeRre-
ffatlon Camp Destroyed,
Bombay, April 12—Plague riots have
taken plaoefat Cawnpore. The segrega-
tion camp has been destroyed and ten
persons have been killed.
The rioters killed five constables and
threw their bodies into the burning
Order is now restored, bat all busi-
ness is suspended and the populace is
Troops and volunteers are patrolling
the city, guarding mills and factories,
The following oommanioation ex-
Los Angeles, Cal., April #, 1900.
Mr. A Couroheene:
My Dear Sir:—As I wired yon it will
be impossible for me to stop over at El
Paso, and as I arrive on Sunday 1 shall
not speak. Sunday is [my cnly day of
rest and I find it necessary to observe
that day in order to work the other six.
I appreciate the invitation and re
gret that I do not pabs through od some
other day. I arrive from Albuquerque
Sunday morning and take the first
Thanking von for the invitation, I am
Very truly yonrs,
(Signed), W. J. Bryan.
This means Mr. Bryan wishes to rest
daring the few honrs he is in tnis city,
and he no doubt will need it. It is to
be hoped no crowd will insist on shak-
ing hands with him. He has been
shaking hands for months, and people
have no idea what hard worK it is to
etaud up and shake hands with a great
Mr. Bryan will arrive at 9:50 a. m.,
and leave on the G. H. that evening.
Try it once
and you will
ASK YOUR GROCER
reach of all
You can tell LION
COFFEE by its package.
Notice three things: It
must be SEALED, in
one-pound package only,
and a lion’s head on
WOOLSON SPICE COMPANY, TOLEDO,11 OHIO
THE ONLY STANDARD GUAGE LINE BETWEEN
MEXICO CITY AND THE UNITEDSTATES.
Affords to the Tourists and Traveler all the luxuries, comforts and ac-
commodations known. Superb new twelve section buffet drawing room
Pullman cars daily between Mexico City and Kansas City without
change at the border. All the large and important cities in Mexico art
located on the line of the Mexican Central Railway. For rates and fur-
ther information, apply to
C. R. HUDSON, B. J. KUHN,
G. P. A. Mexico City. Cora l Agent, El Paso, Tex
The “Continental Limited”
VIA THE WABASH
Lve. St Loul,___;___
....5:00 a. m.
... 3:30 p. m,
The Wabash Is the only line running Double Dally Th.ough Sleepers between St. Liuls
an! Niagara Falls and Boston. »Dd with a solid train between St. Louis and New York.
THREE TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO
ONLY 8 HO UK.- RUN. EQUIPMENT THE FINEST ON EARTH.
Put me off at the Parlor.
THE HILL SIGNED.
AKKIVAL AND DKEABTIIKB OF MAILS
The Puerto Klnnu Tariff and Civil Govern-
ment Kill Now a Law,
Washington, April 12—The presi-
dent at 7 o’clock this evening signed the
Puerto Rieau tariff and civil govern-
ment bill. Only Secretary Root and
Mr. Cortelyou. assistant secretary to the
president, were present when the bill
became a law.
E. P. & N. E............... 7:20 p.m............10:00 &.m
T. A P......................7:50 p.m............8:20 a.n)
G,. H. A 8. A............ 7:40 a m............8:50 p.EC
8. P., west................. 7:00 p.m............7:50 a.Ep
A. , T. A 8. F..............10:20 a m............8:00 p.n>
Mexloan Central......5:40 p.m............11:10 a.m
K. U., S. M. A P......... Leaves Juarei 7:40 a.n
B. O., 8 M A P Arrives Juares 4:40 p.m
BOOHS WINDOWS OP«N AND ChO8a-«X0W1
n vi ay as ja an.
General delivery is open from 7:80 a. m. to8
). m., exoept while eastern mall 1 being_dls-
Jeffries and Kid McCoy In a Twenty-Five
New York, April 12—Jim Jeffries
and Kid MoCoy were today matched to
meet in a twenty-five round boat July
30, before the olab offering the largest
parse. Charley White will be referee
Chicago Platform KeaHrmed and Trusts
Columbus, Ohio, April 12—The Ohio
Asbociatlon of Demooratio dobs oon-
oluded its session at noon and adjourn-
open at 8 a. m., olose at 5 p. m Stamp win-
dow opens at 7:30 a. m., closes 6 p. m.
General delivery and carriers’ windows will
be open from 11:80 a. m. to 12:80 p. m.
Stamp window open at the same time.
All malls will be distributed thirty minute
after tbe arrival of trains, and all malls wil
be oloeed thirty minutes before the departurt
of trains. ___
DIETER & SAUER,
El Paso. Texas* and Ciudad Juarez. Mexico.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS.
Groceries, Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Leading brands of bonCtfl
Whiskies in bulk and bottled offered at any station in the Interiar
Mexico. Mail orders promptly attended to.
OffICE, STAIR AND BANK
Mill Work of all Kinds.
Remove! to El Paso Fonudrv & Machine Co’s ol! building on E. St. Lonia St.
NAGLEY & LYONS,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMBALMERS
Successors to CALDWELL UNDERTAKING CO.
Parlors at 30s Bl Paso Street. Office open day and night. Phone 197
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