El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 152, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 27, 1897 Page: 4 of 8
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EL PASO, TEXAS.
M Paao Dsdly Times, Saturday, March 2?, 1597.
Monday, March 29th.
and err company.
Freid'ander, Gottlob ft Oo.,
Under the direction of
GUI P. WILSOST, Manager.
Presenting a new version of
Bobert Buchanan's delightful
J>hn Browder, 1 f«rm*r, who llrsd
nssr Psrsdiss, Wlas oouny, was found
bangt'f * 0 his bern. Mr. Browdar wsa
aboar. 80 fssrt old.
By ordsr of tbs railroad oommlatlon,
Ga-veaton ta plaead 00 a parity wjth
N*w O-ls.ns In tbs msfsr of rats* to
BiPstoaad A h toy and Abllsns ar«
taksn Into common potot territory.
Tht W#»t India aod Paa flo ream-
•hip Cuban from L verpool via Oarri
bsao porta reached Galveston wttb 1000
tens of oergo In trsnalt to Erg and and
eleven oabto peaaengera. The Caban la
U»,ateamer that la to taka the Initial
ahtpmeot of 400 bead of oattla from
Qaivoatan to Liverpool.
Between fifteen and twenty man who
have beea employed at tba Taxes Mid-
land bnrnt oallaat worka at Enins,
wars dtaoheiged. It was oamad by
the man dsmandlog double time on
overtime work or to have Sunday off,
aa the worka have bean tanning day
and night for tome time peat.
At 0 joint maaa meeting of merchant*
and militiamen In Sen Antonio, It was
decided to hold an Interstate drill tbare
from Jnaa 23 to July 4. Tba prtase to
be given at this drill will aggregate
113.600. A guarantee font to Insure
their payment Is now being raised. The
axaonttva oommti'ee having tba drill In
hand oonslata ot D «xio Judge Robert
B. Green, formerly oap sin of the
Belknap r fit*; J Mentrman, Oapt. 8.
L. MoAloo, Maranal Hloka and George
Basinas* has been began for the new
federal oonrt at Raanmoot. Deputy
Uiled Slates Marshal Dorongbt want
to H,nnston where bo aarvad the first
paper, tba raaponsa to wbloh Is to bo
m-d« In tb* new Beaumont oonrt. It
la a big railroad case, the Weoo and
N tr nest tern, and la a writ oltlng C.
P Huntington, alleged to bath# eoiu*|
puro i«eer, and William P. Boyle, tba
nominal pnrobasor, to show oanso why
th«y ehunld not oomply with tholr bid
m is for the road. The hearing la aat
fo. Ja is 7, tba firet day of tho station
of b* Beaumont oonrt, and la tba first
owe to oa aat In that oonrt.
foe 8 m Antonio fourth oonrt of
otvli appeal* ha* mad# tba tollowlog
reoord: Affirmed: George R. Hlnaa,
gnardlao, ot al va. Albert Bohrelner
at al., from Bexar; Herring-Hall*
Marvin oonpany va. Bexar county,
from Bexar; El Paao Street Railway
company ot al. va. Jaana Telamantaa,
from El Paao; MUtonrl, Kansas and
Taxes Rellwsy company *t al. va. J. M.
Ohttitn, from Baxar; H. B. Adams al
nl. v* G A Menarmaon at al., from
B*x«r; W N Cos 01 al. vs. Thomas
F Naeb, oounry judge from Dalle*
R.v.r-ad and remanded: F. W
T. u ig v*. J A Sheppard, from Oroo
k* <; Ml*, an, Kents* and Texas rell-
way ve.Oliv* Hina*, from Ga'vaaioO.
Mo Ion* ov*rrnl«d tor rehearing:
M*rie O Giandjesnva Al fried Kabnk*
otal, from B.xv; G heeton, Herrli-
bntg end Sen An<onto railway r«
Bt a so, fr m Bexar; Birmingham
Drag oompeuy at el. va. Freeman
B oa A Oo. at al., from Boxer; Leon-
ard Geise, Jr, v- H mmoDd A Ullrich
at al., from Bi> ; L A H.rper va.
B Golden at al, from N»varro; Hone
ton and Texas Oantrel railroad va, G.
W. Huff nine*, from D dies.
NEW MKXICO NEWS.
In tba damage mu for $3000 of Mo-
Farteodva. the P.ooe V«U#y Rail*.]
oompany a verdict was given at R.>e
wall In favor of the railway ocmpaoy.
John Lyon, a wool buyer from S«.
Louis, aod Thome* Rost, of La* Vega*,
have jost oloaed a deal for i.l tba *>001
In Albuquerque, baying about T. 5,000
At tba baby show In New York City
n Las Vegas, N. M , baby was awarded
the diploma aa th* bandaoma»t baby
whoa* portrait had been reoelved
leanro Lorai so Saltier I* the Utkin
The New Maxloo Miners’ Aatool*
tton ha* been organised at Santa Fa.
The objaot of the aetaolatlon la to pro
mote mining and to mors tborongbly
anomraga tba Industry tbrongbout
the territory. I* »1U be li oorporated
with tba following iffloare: President,
Hon. F. A. Reynolds, of Chloride,
Stem oounty; vlo**pr**ldant, Han,
for your inspection.
Also: White Mountain
Ice Cream Freezers, Oil
and Gasoline Stoves.
Ming and Gas Fitting,
Tin and Sheet Iron Work.
Don’t buy until you get our prices.
OUR OPINION !
THE HU BY SALOON 1 you should not paw, but call and take a social glaiS
High grade LIQUORS we get here, to sell pare good* i* the IdeA
Excellent BEER! it I* the rule, always to keep It sharp and coot
Bare WINES are here, of fla -. or true, Imported and Domestic, toO
Uuequaled C I G A R S, as pm runs know, we flud, whenever we may gO
Bright welcome waits usjet at soon take a drink at the RUBY SALO >N
Yielding to no one, near or far, in EL PASO the RUBY la the
of the City of Bl Paeo, Texas
Antonio Joseph, of Too*; saoretary,
Jamas H. Purdy, of Sente Fa; treat*
urer, Hiram B. Cartwright, of Santa
Fa. Executive oommlttee—For Grant
oonnty, Alex. McGregor of Piooe
Alto*; for Done Ana, Hon. W. H. H.
Llewellyn of Las Oruo**; for Sierra,
Jessie D. Bona of Chloride; for Lln-
ooln, John I. Hewitt of White Oaks;
for Sooorro, Asa B. Pitoh of Magda-
lena; for Bernalillo, John F. La'hy of
Albnqnsrqaa; for Rto Arriba, W. B.
Seward of Hopewell; for Taos, Alex.
Gasdorf of Toot; for Colfax, John F.
Carrington of Elisabethtown; for Mora,
Paul St. Vraln of Mora; for Santa F*,
W. T. Thoynton of Santa Fa; for San
Joan, William Looks of Farmington;
tor Union, G. W. Gayar of Clayton.
A Rotwell dispatch says: “Thirty*
savan pataotad gold, silver and ooal
mining olalms have reosntly baan
bought by persona oonneotad with tba
promotion of the White Oaka and El
Paso railroad. They ara In the White
Oak**Nogal mining dlstrlot and In*
olnda the South Homestake at White
Oaks aod tba Helen Raa at Nogal.
Phoenix has a dootor named Kaku*
The mumps la atill making the
rounds of Praaoott, its victims being
mostly among tho yonng folks.—
By the olosa ot the present month
more than two thirds of the schools
of Arisjna will have oloaed tor the
A mining man from the Cava Creak
die r oc aaya It reported that Jim
Woodson has made a it oh strike jaet
above Heyman’s onyx mine.
U S. Oos'om Inspector J H. Behan,
who I* to th* olty In oonnaouon with
the U. 8 Oonrt, la one of the early
Aria man* wbo stands the wear of bard
eervtoe. Twtoe sheriff of Yavapai o> an
y daring Its most perilous period end
sheriff of Ooobtee oonnty when It need
*d the ooarege of a lion to perform tbe
<iuMes of h*r officer*, bat Sheriff B.heo
never lettered. He yet looke ess than
Daring the month at February, tha
shortest month In tho year, tha Mon-
terey Terminal Railroad hauled 6,167,-
680 kUoa of freight and 656 passenger*
A* this road la ooly 16 atlas long and
on*y oooneota with tba briok yard aod
tha San Pedro, San P*blo and Z .rage
as mines, It shows a good healthy con-
Experiments are being mada at Ant-
lav, with magntdoaot result*, for «b*
our* of sUpbanMaat* by a system of
sarotarapy. Tbla dlaaaaa which I* vary
pravalaat al that plaoe, manlfeata it-
self by anormont swellings, aooom-
panlad by Imfltmatlon, wblob gives to
tha dissaved member a monstrous and
vary ropngnant appaaranoa.
Tha batvtsl of tho ooffsa orop In tba
State of Chiapas hss just bsan oom
plotsd, and tha government reports
■how that tha total yield In that atata
was 6,000,000 pounds. Tba selected
ooffees on all of tha principal plants
lions ware bought In advanoa of tba
harvest by Amerloan ooffsa buyers,
and tba exportation of tba produot to
tha United States msrksts Is now being
Tha Batoptlas mines have been doing
batter for a few months, yielding 115,000
par week in silver from high grsd*
ores, agslnst I1,000 par week through
last spring and summer until Navem-
bsr. Tha ohaoge Is most welcome to
sbara holders. Batoptlas micas have
often baan on tba verge of bonana*,
bat the barrier has btsn too great to
be passed, and lean periods have suo-
oaad*d tha mors prosparons times —
Tha Japanese government hss ob-
tained a oonossslon from th* Mexloan
government of tb* Eequlntla traot in
th* atata of Chiapas, consisting of
many thoasaod hectares of valuable
land on which Japanese families will
be established, and raw prodnots
needed-In Japan will bo raised for
shipment to the mo’her country. This
Is thought to mean tbe beginning of a
oewlnduetrUI era In »he republic of
Mexico. Many youeg Japanese bave
been preparing for s m time to go to
h* proposed Oolocy as soon as it Is
A M.xloo OPy dlpa’oh says.
Habeas cvrpos proceedings have been
Inetltaed before the authorities
ageloetedecision if the eeoie’ery of
the treasury Ignoring tbe oialm of
1103,345 02 on the M-xtoau txabtqaer
oy Onevatlsr Pedro Gal Indo Nava.ro
y Dut bane, a soioti of Spanish nobltt
ty. Tbe o.aiment Is belr to Pedro
Galitodo, who held the post of auditor
of th* military a 'U*, oomoristcg th*
eUr*s of Da-acgo aud Chibaabu*,
during the period of Spentxb tul* tot
• *r*d at <b« shout ot tbe curat* of
Hidalgo for lad.peuds.no*. Ha d»
posited la th* safe 1284,508 f hit own
mooey, fr..m wblob be wililttgly part*
ad to aid 'hs oame of lndepei.deno*,
with’be provteo that It sbauld b, r«
mraed wt h Interest In o»»* th* Mex-
loans triumph.d. I i 1876 -hs oUlm
was r*o g i d by tb* Mexioau g v* n
neot, wbloh paid him the aom uf
6176.167 on nooona’, w: h 3J£ per oet
Int.res in piomt%8ory no've 81 ce
then bt* heirs have brought pr»s*or
to bear < n th* pr.e.n: n.iiniot* ra Ion
f r saul.mant <*f th* ollm, »h'o has
just been dteosrd-d by J. I, L m ...
tour, on tb* gtoaift* »t>« b v» d«*i
preikorttet la aoojrdeno* w b tb.
stipulations of to* law ot Deo*mher 1,
Tha Transvaal It .Id lavestlcsUon.
London, Merob 26— At th* session
today of ihe parliamentary oommlttee,
Inquiring Into tha Tranavaal raid
Secretary of Stat* for Colon!** Joseph
Obamberlaln, oontlnued tb* txsmlii-
atlonofW P Sohreinar, attorney gen-
eral of th* Cap* oolony at th* time
Oeoll Rhode* waa premier. All
qatttions Indicated a desire to
vlndioita Chamberlain’s policy In tha
Transvaal. Following Sohralnsr, Dr.
Jameson, leader of the Brltleh military
foroae, told th* story of his move-
ments which has frequently baan re-
hearsed In print. He eonght to justify
bis notions by pointing out thaorltloal
ooodltlon of tha Utiliandara In th*
Transvaal prior to th* raid. Jams sou
exculpated Rhodes from responsibility
for hsvlrg ordered tha final move of
troops aoross th* bordar, aaylng h* had
managed tb* step on his own aooord
Fresh eggs at Smith’s Creamery.
Ask for th* EL FASO TRANSFER
tha beat five osnt CIGAR In tha mar
$ Some Men
as the Indian tried feathers.
He took one feather, laid it
on the board and slept on
it all night. In the morn-
ing he remarked: “White
man say feathers heap soft;
j} white man d-fool.”
i Advertise judiciously
^ and advertise in . . .
lading of mnsio, magazines,
iaw books, medioal journal*,
eto., a specialty at the Timm
office. Telwohonti AH
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
NoHos i« hereby given that a munici-
pal .Lotion win be ne d on tb* second
Tuesday tu April, 1897, It being tb*
tnntee tb day of e*td month, In th*
otry oi Ei Paso, Bi Paso county, Texas,
at whloh alaoiion th* following offloara
will be voted tor by th* qualified vot-
ers of th* olty or Ei Pa.o, via:
A mayor of the olty of El Paao, to
earv* the term of two years and until
hla BUboassor la etao'ad and qualified.
Oa* alderman from th* First ward
of said olty, to serve the term of two
yeara and until hie snooesaor is elected
Oo* alderman from tha Stoond ward
of aald Olty, to serve tba term of two
years and until hla suooaaaor la alaotad
Oo* alderman from tha Third ward
of aald olty, to B*rv* th* term of two
year* and until hla snooesaor Is sleeted
Oo* aldai man from th* Fourth ward
of aald olty, to aarv* tba term of two
yaars and until hla snooesaor la alaotad
Said alaotlon will be held In th*
Firat ward of aatd olty at tha “Star
Stables” and L. H Davta la hereby
appointed presiding otlloar.
Said alaotlon will ba hold In the
Stoond ward of said olty at Van Pat-
tan’s osrral, oornar of East Overland
and South Stanton streets, and W. S.
MoOutobeon la hereby appointed pr*
Said alaotlon will b* bald In th*
Third ward of aald olty at porner of
St. Louie and North Stenton streets,
aud Maurey Edwards Is hereby ap-
poiutsd presiding offloar.
Said alaotlon will b* held In th*
Fonrth ward of said olty at 117 Ban
Franolsoo street, and Adolpb 8 Soho z
la hereby appointed presiding officer.
Said alaotlon will b* held daring
and tha polls will ba kept open between
th* hoars of 8 o’olook la th* forenoon
and 6 o’olook p m. of said Tuesday, th*
13th day ot April, 1897.
Witness my hand, at El Paso, Texas,
this 12:hdsy of March, A. D , 1897.
Edwin C. Robebts,
Attest: W. T. Kitchens, Olty Clark.
State of Texas, )
County and City of El Paso j88
Whereas, th* public interests re-
quire that alTdogv be prevented fr m
tunning at large In tba olty ot El Pato
without balog saouraly muzzled,
Njw, therefore, I, El win O. Roberts,
aotlng mayor of th* Olty ot El Paso,
El Peso Oonnty, Texas, by virtue of
tb* power In me vested by the charter
and ordlnaoosa of eatd olty, do Issue
this my proclamation, and do hereby
warn all parsons owning or control
ling soy dog or dogs within tb* limits
of said ODy of El Paso uc ar th* pea
situs in each oases provided, not (o
suffer snob dog or dogs to ruu at large
In said olty, frem tb* data hereof uu
III Ooc 1st, 1897, wPb'-nt having paid
tb* Itoaooe thereon aod having pieced
on the m u h of eeoh of said dogs a
muzzle of wire or eooh o her ma-erlal
that will prevent such dogs from bit-
Given nndet my hand and seal
of th* City of E P.sn, Texas, thlt 16;b
day of Maroh, AD, 1897
Edwin C) Robebts.
Ac lag >lsjo
At’as’: W T Kitchens. City O «rk
Milk for sale at Smith’s Or* tmer* ||
N apoleon J. Roy
EL PA80, : : TEXA8.
always fresh bhhr on tap.
BEST FIFTEEN- OENT L UN0B
IN THE CITY .
FROM U A. M. TO a O’CLOCK P. M.
Cara and Promptness Guaranteed,
Telephone No. 1.
J C. SHEKRY, Prop*
Riniral Bollir and Shut Iran Wtrks
Corner Santa Fe and Third Sts.
TURXIXG, SASH, BLUDS
AND MILL WORK A SPECIALTY.
First and Yirrinla Sts. Telephone 171
POM Eh OY'S
EL PASO TRANSFER Co.
HACKS, BUB AND BAQOAOK.
Phone U. NO to HO Sooth Oregon Bt
MB BL PASO STREET.
SHORT ORDER HOUSE
WOpon d*jr and nt#hl. Ojitm, VUh tad
Gau« In •wry atylo.
SISTERS OF CHARITY
NORTH STANTON STREH1
El Paso Coffin & Casket
EM ERHOW & BMiBIEN, Piropa
410 a BiPaaoHt
Tha largest and best stock of
coffincaaketH, meiallic oases,
etc. Work and prices gnu an-
>ed. Hears * a <i carriages fur-
nished. Telephones 71, 68 ft 196.
BAR 8ILVMH (BmMMr Qnot*ttom)_Sa 3-4
Util (Smaller Qumetlone)_______________S SO
UAD (Mew York)-------------. 8 40 3 45
laCS (American)....--------10 OO to 11 OO
MMXI04K pnnos (jeered ___________48
■BXIUtS rnaoh (Rl Peeo) _______ . _ 48
Up-to-Date Railroads of El Paso.
For the Fast or North the TEXAJJ A PACIFIC leaves at 2:10 p. m., local time.
For the Soith the MEXICAN CENTRAL, leaves at 3:40 p. m., local time.
ufO BETTER ACCOR H©RATIONS. NO FASTER TIRE.
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