El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 81, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 6, 1897 Page: 2 of 4
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Cl Phbo Dally Times. Tuesiav, April 6, i8j/.
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TUUa PDBUSMIMO COMP AIT,
IVAt 8. Ban, Manage*.
delivered la tbe ally, par weak--•*•**
Payabla arary 8a»urday to aanrtot.
Invariably la Advance.
Mix mouth.---- J®®
All papan diaooatiaaad a* & aaptoaMoa
of tba time paid for.
lha f oUowlug town, at tba hoar namad oa
Iba day of pablleatloa:
•ord.bory_____1pm .taming.--~u la
Waraaeh alao on tha day of pabllaatloa
ha folio winy olaeeei
In «*w Maxlao.
Anthony____Dona Ana---fort baldon
ilBaoB_IIT_—Lab. Tallay--Baa Maralal
..lata . damp alee.—*.-—..Boaorro
Baa Bllaarlo------ITort H»ro*k.JFel Bora
, on ™>ir0-.z£.1Ztrodr' B
Tbaantton among naw.papar. of prlatlay
ana rata and aaaapMny another 1. fan ditap-
P Th#¥n«se ho* baan a on-nuoa oryaa »lnaa
*^alfornMrata.*r<f ueeeeeery for tha tatl.-
Ination of tba advertiser pad tba intaaMOf
,*Bo>dlaooaot«'a*a*Pd those published on tbit
rata ahaat ara allowad to anybody.
Tha advertising ayant.an pay our rata and
ratal 1 thaaoaoato buraraat our flynra. with
profit to hlmaalf. for tn.tanaa: ha buy.
Blna Inaha., for ona yaar, for illt.
If ba ratalla aaah ln«h at til a yaar hla profit
ll 100 par aant. W« a.ll at tba .ama fiyura to
I Mo. 8 Mo. 8Moa 1 Ta'r
Bat. Bat. Mat. Mat.
58 Ot 108 10
Ml 55 i
108 35 184 40 873 38
Iti iu uur l'abla of Mata.,
Tba ona mouth rata far .paoa 1. Brad ao
•bat tha par luoh rata daaraaaaa for tnoraaa-
ad apaaa from 16.00 to tl.lt, but for thaaama
lanytb of tlma 8 luabaa ara .old at 11* 10, and
IB Inabaa ara .old at *8.16 par.lnob.140 60.
Tha ona lnoh rata I. tba baala of tha whola
tabla. aatba abort tlma rata, fimad ara a par
■aatoya of It.
Thai tlma ratal, TIM par cant of tha month
Thai tlma. rata 1.40 par aant of tha month
Tba I tlma. rata I. BO par aant of tha month
r\.a I weak rata la (0 par aant of th. month
Tba* weak, rat* 1.71 par aant of tha month
That WMktrat* It 80par aant ofth. moatb
The 8 month.rate la ttlmaa tha m .nth rata,
lea* lOpar aant dlaoonnt.
Tha 6 month, rata 1.6 tlma. tba month rata,
laa. 80 par cant dt.aount.
Tha 8 month, rata I. 8 tlma. tha month rata,
|a*. It par aantdtaaount.
Tha yaar rata 1.12 tlma. tba moatb rat.,
law 80 par aantdl.aount.
Special politico fifty par aant antra.
"B. O. D" adrartl.amaat. abaryad at two-
thlrd.of dally rata*.
Profaaalonal card. *8.00 par month.
M.tal bate ant. only aaaaptad.
Band Inn-Matter Kata*.
Twanty-firaaanta par Una flrat Inversion i 11
aant* for aaah .ubtequent Inwrtlon. Con-
r.at. tor 1000 Una* to be taken In 8 month.,
mad*at5aant. par lln* aaeb Inwrtlon. On-
hanyad local., by th* month, 81.80 par lla*.
TIMB8 PUBLISHING COMPANT,
Official Jraper of the Oit}
The of President DI.k hw
other features of Interest to the fron
tier besldee (hose today eoumerated
under Mexican news, lie says;
"Meeeureo of e purely administrative
ohereoter have also bean Issusd. Borne
Of tbeee measures look to the , ship-
ment to tlit Interior free of doty of
oertein prodaots growu lu the free
sone; others allow carriages, trains and
•treat oers to cross the frontier at
hoars not hitherto available for that
purpose. A decree orestlog the fourth
zone of the fisoal gendarmes wee
promulgated and to give It tlfeot the
Ohthuahue end Ooabulla frontier was
divided Into two ei'c'lons.”
THE APRIL FOOL PART OF A LAW.
made the asms, exoladtof from Ite
operation* parti** without notice end
final ooneumer* will carry It through
eofBolent to oonetttnte a lien upoo ell
Import* after that date In the amonnt
of dntlee In ex owe ot the preeent law.
The plain purpoee of tho amendment
wee to frighton Importer*, end the
amendment will fell In the senate,
beyond e doubt. Tho eoaro wee effect-
ive, however, for the reoord in New
York otty on Meroh 31st wee that the
ouetem hone* reoeived In dntlee
II 726,463 54, of which smiunt 11,268,
232 91 wee for withdrawals on woolens
The month of Meroh wee memorable
to the annate of the onstom house so
far as the reoetpte for dntlee have
been oonosrned. The total receipts
were 117,579,633 25 There have been
only two months In the htitory of the
government which have been of equal
Importance. They were August, 1872,
when the customs reoslpts were 919,-
336,000, end July, 1890, when the re-
oslpts were 917,243,864 91.
THE EL PASO DAM
The San Antonio Express now be-
lieves that our International dem Is •
osrtalnty, being only • qutstlon of
time. It eeys:
"In hls message to the Mexican
congress President Dltz speaks en-
couragingly of the projeot to build en
International dem above El Peao. The
final outcome ot the enterprise now
resta with the treaty making power
end the wllllngneta of th* oongraese*
of Mexico end I he United States to
make the necessary appropriations.
There Is little question but whet there
will be smooth sailing to all these
matters and It may be safely esiumed
..hat It Is now only ■ matter of time
until the El Paso dam Is oonetrao sd
While In a way this dam Is an experi-
ment the resnlls oennot fell to be ad-
vantagsous to both oountrlss from
many points of view, end It will be ot
trsmendoas value to the fertile vslley
of the Klo Grand* for many miles be
low thsolty of El Paso.
'The construction of this dem will
Ised to the bonding of others, end we
oen reasonably sxpeot that before long
the entire Klo Orende valley, on both
stdss of the river, from El Paso to the
month, will be forever guaranteed
•gainst e water famine by a series ot
Interneilonel storage reservoir*. Long
before that time there will be • plokst
line of railroad on eeoli side of the
river, with numerous connections wltb
the railroad systems of both oountrlss
end this greet delta vallsy will then
enter Into the full measure of Its
greatness, for there is the one section
ot the United States, habitable for
men, whlob comes nesrsst to the na
tore of the troplos ”
The Dlnglsy bill has passed Kstd’a
house with an April fool amendment,
trying to make Its rates opsratlve on
end after April 1, 1897. The Demo-
orats end meoy Kspnbllosns claim
that the emendment will not etend
end give as a reason tha supreme
conrt deolslon lu the case of th*
United States vs. Barr, rsportsd In
volume 159 of the supreme oourt re-
port*. This oiss Involved th* oonstl-
tatlonelly of tk* provision of the
Wilson ter (T lew, fixlDg Aug. 1, 1894.es
th* del* wbea the terlff bill should
take effaot, although It did not btooms
e lew until Augu-t 28. The oeee In
volved (be qaastloo of the retes of
dnty to be esste-ed upon en Involoe of
goods reoeived at <b* New York ous<
tomhon.eou Aug 7, 1894, end with-
drawn for O' nsumptlon the following
day. The deot.ion of th* oonrt, bend-
ed down by Cotef Joatloe Poller, held
that the lew became operative on the
day tbet It wee promulgated by th*
•tete department, Aug. 28, and thet
the dm tee upon the good* In dlepnte
■honld be the rate* existing prior to
thet date, which were the retes of th#
so-oalled McKinley lew of 1890.
The entbora of the amendment olalm
thet the ehepe In whlob they have
Joee Mertlaez, criminal assail, two
All the papers In the Ooobltt land
grant oeee were forwarded to Washing-
ton from Santa Pe by tba dark of the
United States land oonrt. The case
oomee up on appeal April 7 before the
United States supreme oonrt, and great
interest la felt In the result among
mining men all over the weet, as the
alleged grent contains 104.564 sores
sltnstsd 40 miles wsst of Santa Po and
Inolndss soma of tho rtohost mineral
dsposlta In the territory. Josl P. Whit
ney of Boston Is tho grent claimant.
The United States lend court decided
unanimously thet no grent existed.
The famous dog damege salt of Mrs.
Stalls A. Mete vs. A. Grnnsfsld, post-
mestsr of Albuqosiqas was concluded
by the jury bringing In a sealed ver«
diot In favor of Mrs. Ms z for 9400.
Tha suit sngroastd the attention of the
oourt end half a dozen Interested law-
yers for a week, and was vigorously
contested by both sides. The St. Bern-
ard dog of the postmester called et the
house of Mr*. Me'z severel months
ago, end in a fight with tbs woman’s
dog, bit her on the left limb when she
attsmptsd to separate- them. She
desired to settle for the amount of the
doctor’s bill, but the postmaster de-
clined, whereupon Mre. M*!z sued for
John T. Hughes, son of sz-govsrnor
Hughes of Tuoion was bn Thursday
admitted to preotloe lew.
Between Phoenix end Prescott the
desert Is oarpeted wl h (lowers princi-
pally wild popplta.
At Whits Htlla In Mohsvs oounly a
40 stamp mill Is being plaosd. Mining
Is quiet active In that camp.
Post master DeUroff Is authority for
tha statement that Tuoson Is now rn
titled to a free delivery system, as the
postofiles reoslpts for stamp*, eto.,
sxossd 910.000, whlob Is ths ri quire
meat for tha asrvloe. Ths receipts of
ths last fiscal year show an Increase
of 91,500 over ell previous Ilk* periods.
Sam P. Wabb, collector of oustome
at Nogales Soon to be succeeded by Mr
Harry Obenowltb, will as soon as he
le relieved from cflljlal duties goto
hls mins thirty five mllse from Nogales
whets ha has a well developed claim on
ths Sonora side.
Ths Fort Worth Salt ostnpaoy has
bean Incorporated with 930,000 oapltal.
Th* Inoorgoratore are M. O. Hurley,
J, K. Logan, L. K. Taylor aod Will-
iam 1). Williams Tbs works are at
Ths case of Cahill A Sweeney, who
wars so joined soma time ago by Dsn
Sullivan from opdratlDg a boiler and
machine shop by ths lattst’s hotel In
Texarkana on tba grounds of diet orb-
log hie peso* aud driving away hi*
boardere, wae deolded In th* dletrlot
oourt lu favor of Cahill A Sweeney.
They won th* eult In the lower oonrt*
eom* time ago on ths piss of "personal
Rev. I, Z. T. Morris, superintendent
of Childrens Homnaoolsty at Ft. Worth
has now as many sa twenty-five good
homes open for orphan ohlidran. They
are homes, he says, where ths people
are kind hearted, Sabbath-observing
and ohuroh-golng people, end ere In a
financial oondttton and enstaln inch
soolal relations as to glva ths ohlidran
snob advantages as will prepare them
for Ilfs. Any one knowing ot ohlidran
In need of a home, he sayr, will do tbs
ohlidran a great favor by nottrylig
him. They will be taken ohsrgs of et
onoe end will be oared for while going
from where they aie now Into • good
home. The epplloetlone be he* range
from 18 month* to 12 yeere old.
House concurrent resolution 17,
authorizing the Denghters of the Re-
public of Texes to plto* • statu* of
on* of Iht fathers of Texes In the hell
of etalnery In the national oepltol et
Washington, D. O , Is • lew now, ea 1*
also senate bill 177, empowering ths
governor to authorize the board of
pardoD advisers to sit ea many as 300
days par annum, as their isrvloe may
NEW MKXICO NEWS.
Governor tbornton has wired to
Washington hls resignation as gover-
nor of New Msxtoo. Hls oommUaton
expires tbs 15tb Instant, bat he always
declared he wonld resign as soon a*
the Button gang of conspirators wars
exeouted. Private dUpatohes from
Washington tndloate that tha rstlgn-
atlon will be accepted et onoe.
Sheriff Pet P. Garrett of Done Ana
oounty, famous ea the eleyer ot Billy
the Kid, arrived et Sente Pe aod dellv-
ared over to lb* penitentiary fonroon-
vlotr, William H B nler and W. E.
Or ffi b, horse ihlevee, who will sarv*
two year* and nlna month*; Louis
Yegs, eever. month*, for burglary, ao t
President Dlsz's msssege to th*
Mexican ooogress which convened on
April Is*, In reference to the United
States say*: “With respect to the
United Stetss of Amerloa th* time
stipulated at tha oonvaotlou signed
Deosmbsr Is’, 1895, oalllng for sn ex-
tension of that fixed Meroh 1st, 1885, in
order that the International Boundry
Commission might dsold* th* contro-
versies occasioned by th* ohange of
bad of lha Bravo aBd Cilorado rivers,
was Insufficient. Consequently both
governments agreed at Washington, ths
6'.h of last November, upon a naw con-
vention that axtands the refarred-‘.o
time for another year. Ths same com-
mission has oomplstsd ths stndy of the
question relative to tbs distribution of
tha watsrn of tbs Bravo River ss well
as for ths oonstraotion of an Internat-
ional dam In ths vlolnttv of Cluded
•Juarez. Ths report thertou having
bean ’approved, our Minister at
Washington has opened negotiations
for ths adjustment of ths agreement
sj that tbs propositions expressed In
tbs report may b# carried to a success-
ful Issue. Th* seme commission Is
also proceeding to th* ereotlon of 2l
monuments thet will mark the dividing
Una at the polut denominated as the
San E iztrlo Island, ou the Bravo
River. It has been agreed with the
government of the Uolted States to
submit to the arbitration of the Minis-
ter of the Argentine KtpubUo at Mad-
rid, SpalD, the olalms tor damages pre-
sented against Mexico by Charles
Oberlander and Barbara M. Messenger
a* a result of th* former* apprehen-
sion by Mexloan eutborltles lu Lower
California. This agreement L nothlrg
but th* application to th* point of
Art. 21 of th* Treety of Guadslnp*
Hidalgo In foroa between both natlone,
which prescribe* tbet In all questions
arising between ths two governments
where It be* been found Impossible to
arrive at an undaretandtrg throngb
tha channels of diplomacy, arbitration
may be restored to unless this step
should prove Incompatible with ths
nature aod olroumstanoss of ths oase,
ao obataol* that fortunately doss not
present Itself on this oooaalon. Oa th*
invitation made to this government
through th* Uutted S .etee Legation by
tb* National Conferanoe on Charity
and Correction to Its 24 h meeting to
beheld et Toronto, Canada, In July,
th* reply we* mid* that • delegate
would be appointed."
The Qovernai’* 8 m Blopel.
These El Pasoans who assisted In
entertaining Governor A’klnson of
Georgia end party on Ihtlr reoent
visit will remember ths governor’s son,
a led wltb bushy, light heir, who wee
with the party. Well, the fallowing
telegrams tell tha lad's 11 title love
ATL4NT4, Ga., April2—J. P Atkin-
son, ths 17 year old son of Governor
Atkinson, end Miss Ade Bryan Byrl,
•ged 14, eloped tbte morning. They
took a train for Tennessee, bat fearing
detention they left for R >m*. Thr
parents of the yonthfol oon;le err
greatly shocked s’-the oonduot of the
pair and have off red a reward for
their detention, if apprehended before
the marrleg* takes piece.
Maoom, Gs., April 3-Gov. Atkin
son’s 17-yeer-old eon and Mies Ads
Byrd, who yesterday sloped, were
m rrled at Kingston, at whlob plao*
they wars met by thslr fathers and all
ratnrned together to Atlanta. After
oonsultaiIon It was decided to eepar
at* the ocao'e until the groom rsaobsi-
the age of 17, next February, at which
time they will be remgrrted if r either
party wLhea to hava ths marriage an
Chicago, April 5-Wheat olosed
(quarely under the 70o mark today,
May option suff*ring » dtollne of ll4c
per bushel aid July ;so, tha greater
weekneis lu May being caused by
Changing over from that mentb to
mora deferred delivery. A big <?r;p
In th* Liverpool market caused a dr p
In th* openlt g and liquidation con-
tinued wl hunt Interruption all day.
Other market* were sympstbetlosliy
weak, o rndeollnlog % g^'oecl pro
vision* 2H’o to 15o Ott* oioeed prso-
tloellj without ohange. May wheat
oioeed at 69V«c; oorn 2l>4o; oat* 17}* a.
* VVASTK OF VITAL FORCE
IN MEN HAS I 'ItAlXBU. THF . RWIIKTXFSS
1 fritfn mlUiuus of Uvo*. h miLis nit-n lor I'Ut*!-
U4»g« »;• iilvumir** nn*l Ilf** luait -< •* .1* 10 UkuRP
u h<»sufft r from It. It you wwiki be strong in lutittl
u«<i IkhI.v; If you tvonM throw oft H o triter* of,
trrotehtol&et* rniiKinl to early sbune «iui the mi* ’
t«ke» ol r IU*. let u* expUilu t*a you how ii
otn be tloot' iu Niiture * own way—by pntjterl;.
»l»ptled KI.Kt ’IKICITY This I* The c^eiu-e
vilAl fore**, ami when fnfuaetl into the Nxly by
1*H. S.\NI>i:N S I'.I.Ft'T!’I< UKI.T it will ren w
the rig-* In ihe we;ikou»ti functions and rmore
VU SNNTH'.N S Fl.Ft Tfiir r.KM w’lh im-
proved KieotMc Saspenso y, cures Nert. s T‘<v
bllity, lsttie Ibu-k. of Momory, <*Kifi r! u of
Ideas, II hen mat Jam ami Kidney Ti»ut‘U> Kt»*
stores vitnI ftower. ftops «li uniirifur.-il w..m» . rr.
Voo feel the enrrent or we forfeit
A fKw ket edition of the celebrabcd electro tuedl*
“ THRKR ( I VSSK8 OF
Illustrated, i* wot free, by mail, upon a indies-
tiao. kvkky Yors«;. Mtonij At*FDOi;m.i>
MAN wffwdng the slig* li st wcvikDew shoohl road
It It will show HO E\SY. SI PI. AM) svkedy
WAY T«> UKG.UN STfU NriTH AM* MF \I.TU
WHEN KYKUYTHINO EUIIS HAS FAILED
IKhiM- pttwer Klwtrk 8u*i**n*ory fivA with
Box it, 204 1*. BroaUay,
Lot Angeles, Cal.
L'ghtbody’a lln* of hats looludes the
most deelrabk m,kas.
[for your inspection.
Also: White Mountain
I ice Cream Freezers, Oil
! and Gasoline Stoves.
| Plumbing and Gas Fitting,
i Tin and Sheet Iron Work.
Live ' loch as*rk*i*.
Et. Louis, Mo , April 5-Cattl* re-
ceipts 3000; maikst steady for both
nattres aod Texan.; fancy expori
steers 5 10@5 35; fair to choice
native sblp^lcg steers 4 10@5 00;
atookers ai d feeders 3 05@4 60; steers
under 1,000 p>m ds 3 65^)4 20; oows
and heifers 1 75@4 40; Texas and Ic-
dtan steers 2 75@4 40; oows and
heifers 2 3503 75
Sheep—receipts 6 000; market stesd,;
native muttons 3 6504 80; lambs 4 40
05 25; Texas eheep 3 0004 35
Omaha, April 5—Cattle -receipts
1100; market stronger;7atlv* beet s.ear.
3 9004.9C; .western steers 3 5C04 50;
Texas steers 3 2504 25; covvh eud
btlf*rs3 000 4 00; otuners 2 0003 76;
«tock»re a. a feeders 3 6004 60; ceivet
3 5005 50; bulK', stags, etc., 2 2503 50
Sbeep — reoslpts 2700; marks
-tro.g-r; fair to oboics ne’tv.s
3 750 1 75; fair to obotoe westerns 3 50
04 5u; common end stcok sheep 2 5( 0
3 GJ; iambs 3 7505 25.
Oh to ago, April 5— Cattle sales war*
a> 3 7j04 25 for oommon dressed b«e<
steers up to 5 0005 40 fer prime cattle
Sheep—oomcnon to choice sheep 3 25
©5 40; westerns 4 250500; lambs 350
Ksoelpfs—cattle 14 000; hogs 20,000;
lu# doughnuts at Smith’s Creamery
Why Th»y rived Upon Fainlll.a.
Canka, April 5 -Iu reply to the de-
mands of ths Russian a iu-.al here for
au expLna'too of the Museelman at
taok upon the Insurgents, aud thslr
femtiUs as ths latter were leaving
Akrottrl, on Sa'nrJsy last, going In-
land with ihe consent of Admire!
Oanevlrs, the ( fflcsr commanding the
International fi«e’, Lmall Pasha, the
Turkish governor has replied by point
Ing to th* faot that by tbe terms of e
otroular Issued by the foreign admirals
on March 25, the whole of the polloe
of Canea and neighborhood ware
pl’-oed In the hands of (he European
L'ghtbcdy's neckwear Is up to date
and tn endless varieties.
Tbs Golden Eagle saloon, San Anto-
nio street, le strlotly a first class re
sort for gentlemen. Parties afforded
entertainment from 9 to 12 p. m.
Fresh eggs at Smith’s Creamery.
Ettfit E gbt.
Philadelphia. April 6 -Owen Z dglsr
and Uh™rite MoKeever met In a six
round bout lu the arena of tbe Qaaket
Otfy Athletic olub. The fight wts
fast from the time the gong sounded
andtheiewas enough gore spilled to
satl fy the most bloodthirsty. No
decision was rendered.
All persons desiring the position of
engineer of the s eam fire engine of
the city cf El Paso are requested to
present themselves, before a board for
exsmlnatloD as to tbelr qnallfioatlone,
at rbv firemen’s headquarters In tbe
olty hall on Wednesday, April 7, 1897,
at 8 p.m. J J. CcNiOas, Chief.
Dsllcloui o tfm n‘ Smith's Oreemety
A lit* tfuildliiff Ho..in,
We are beadqaartere for llme.oement,
piss er, hair, pitch, oaper, etc,, hey,
grain and feed. O'Brien Coal On ,
Oerrllos Coal Yard.-"Telephone No. 8
Shorthand, typewriting and mimeo-
graph work sollolted. C B Phlnney,
room 1, Bronson block.
Rloh cream at Smith’s Creamery.
Kansas City, April 5-J H Aidrlob,
tor several years osshleraod paymaster
la this olty of the Kansas Olty, Port
Scott erd Memphis railway, was arrest
ed today oharged with embezzling
927,000 of th* oompany's money.
Don’t buy until you get our prices.
MOMSEN & THORNE
EL PASO, TEXAS.
OUR OPINION !
THE RUBY SALOON! you should not pass, but call and take a social glaaS
High grade LIQUORS we get here, to sell pare goods is the idcA
Excellent BEER! it Is the rule, always to keep It sharp and cool.
Bare W I N E S are here, of ttsvor true, Imported and Domestic. toO
Uuequaled CIGARS, as patrons know, we find, whenever we may gO
Bright welcome waits us, let ns soon take a drink at the RUBY SALOON
Yielding to no one, near or far, in EL PASO the RUBY Is the
of the Oity of El Paso, Texas
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Notice la hereby glvsD that a munlol
pal i l o’lou will be held on the stoind
Tuesday lu April, 1897, It baltig the
'bitten th day of said month, lu the
city of El Paso, El Paso county, Texas,
at whlob election the following officers
will be voted for by the qaailflad vot-
ers of tbe olty of E. Paso, viz:
A mayor of the city of El Paso, to
servs (hi farm of two years and until
hls successor Is eleo ed and qualified.
Oa# alderman from tbe First ward
of said oily, to serve tbe term of two
years and nnttl hls successor Is sleoted
Ous aids, man from ths Second ward
of said olty, to serve ths term of two
years and until hls successor Is stsotsd
Ooe alderman from tba Third ward
of said olty, to serve ths term of two
years and until hls successor Is eleoted
O te alde.mau from the Fourth ward
of said ol'y, to serve the term of two
years and until hls successor Is sleeted
Said election will be held In th*
First ward cf said olty at tba "S>ar
Stables" and L. H Davis la hereby
appointed presiding officer.
Said elec; ton will be held In the
Ssoond ward of eatd olty at Van Pat.
ten’s osrral, oornar of Ess Overland
and Sou'h Stanton streets; aud W S
MoOatoheon Is hereby appointed pre
siding t llloer.
Satd eieotlon will be held In the
Third ward of said olty at oornar of
St. Louis and North Stanton streets,
and Manrey Edwards Is harsby ap-
pointtd presiding officer.
Said eleotlon will be held In the
Fourth ward of said olty at 117 3an
Franotsoo street, and Adolph S Sohu z
la hereby appointed presiding officer.
Said eleotlon will be held daring
and ths polls will be kept open between
the honrs of 8 o’clock to the forenoon
and 6 o’olook p m of sfid Tuesday, ths
13 h day ot April, 1897
Witness my hand, ut E Paso, Texas,
this 12.h day of March, A. D , 1897.
Edwin C. Roberts,
Attest: W. T Kitchens, Oity Olerk.
State or Texas, )
County and City of El Paso j ss
Wcerear, the public lu sreiio re-
quire that all d ge be prevented from
tuunlcg at larga In ths olty of El Peso
wl’hont belcg securely mnzz ed.
Now, therefore, I, Eiwtn O Roberts,
acting meyor sf the Olty of El Paso,
El Paso Oounty, Texas, by virtae of
the power In me vested by tbe charter
and ordinanoss of said city, do is.us
this my proclamation, and da hereby
warn all parsoos owning or oonfroi
ling any drg or dogs w.tbin the llmitt
of said OUy of El Paso under ths pen
altles tn each oases provided, not to
enffer 6uoh dog or dogs to ran at large
In said olty, from the date hereof on
til Oct. 1st, 1897, without hsvlrg paid
the Itoenoe thereon and having placed
on the mou'h of each of satd dogs a
muzzle of wire or suoh other material
that will prevent snoh dogs from bit
Given under my hand and seal
of the Olty of El Paso, Texas, this 16 b
day of March, A D , 1897
Edwin O Roberts,
Attest: W T. Kitchens, Oity Olerk.
T.xo* & UaelOe Xxearatoa L'*».
K of P. Uolform Rank, Hrt Springs,
A k , May 16 h, tickets on sale May
14’h and 15 h final limit for return
May 25.h, ona fara for tha round trtD
International convention Y. M O
A , Mobile, Ala , April 21st to 25thi
rat* of on* fare for tha round trip
933 65 to duly accredited delegates,
certified by local secretaries. Tickets
on sale April 18th and 19 b, final limit
for return April 30 b
In addition to the above there will
bereduoed rates via “SI Paso Roots”
Texae and Paolflo meetings to be held
In Buffalo, N Y , G. A. R., National
Encampment la Aagns’; annual con
ventton National Ednoatlooal assoola
tlon, Milwaukee, July 6 h to 9 b;
Southern Baptist convention, Wti
mtogton, S. O, May 6 h to 14th;
United Confederate Ve'eren Reunion,
Nashville, Tenn., May 5’h to 7th.
For farther Information oall on or
E P Stephens, B. F. Derbyshire,
Depot Agent. 8.W. P.&P. A.
EL PASO CYitLE CO.,
New Bicycle* for Rent.
Next to the Vendome Hotel.
PHIL .YOUNG’fi CAFE
Moerlein Beer Depot.
U-Jt —O’»r~rif-■ c
Moerlein Cincinnati Beer Depot
Wholesielo and KoibIi.
PURE4T and BEST.
Uyste-8 All Styles aud on the
H.» f Shell.
BILLIARDS AND POOL
HL PABO, TEXA8.
and Coffee Plantations
Can be seen by the traveler
' v “v
The standard gnage line of the
republic is the
hor rates and further particu-
lars apply to
R E. COMFORT.
■L PASO, mu
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