El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 263, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 29, 1899 Page: 4 of 8
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»<n ^ - I *nre- *imply b*°‘nfe **• *°° oppo**d the
Cl JrdSO*^gH 1 lines foreign policy of thl* Republican ad-
Vaie?ft4 »t the PaunfHce at K1 Paeo.TezM,
at Second-01 Mall Matter.
liMES PUBLISHING COMPANY
JUAN 8 HART. Maniurer.
■ART OVIKLAND STREET,
Telephone No. *6.
r«red In the city, per week... .....J® eente.
Invariably In Advance.
If the power of money is not eoon
checked by the vote* of the straggling
people of the nation then Hanna's incipl
ent oligarchy will beoome filed and
lasting and we will cease to be freemen
and beoome the slaves of the few who
PASO DAILY TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, I»9».
ling the <
Jajara are now
Tnt SEONd la POLITICS.
^lLpapcr* diiwnttnaedat the expiration of
>*9h«^'ia*s can be fonnd on file In tbe new,-
taper department of the library of congress
If Mbfcigtdn. D. O.
New banks and breweries and new
industries are tbe order of the day in El
El. Paso's fntnre has no strings tied
to it. It depends on nothing. El Pasoans
can make Et Paeo bigger than Denver
or even Kaueas City.
Let El Paso help to get the coal from
White Oaks to this market. Salado
cannot supply tbe demand although
new and important veins are opened np
at tbe latter place every week.
I'OUBTKMY AI.IIMi THE KIO (illASI)E.
"The Mexicans observe many little
courtesies that an American rarely
thinks abont,” writes J. P. Cranke in
tbe November Woman's Home Com
panion. "For instance, two gentlemen
meeting on the street gravely mlate
each other by raising their hate. As
they invariably extend this same sain
tation to their American acquaintances
tbe latter must respond in kind, and
thns the habit Is formed, It is often
langbable to see two Americans meet,
and with grave dignity doff their hats
through force of habit acquired in their
intercourse with Mexicans, and then
observe the expression of their
faces as they realize what they
have done. Tbe only passport to
the best society is the culture and
character of a gentleman. If a man is
not a gentleman, were he a millionaire,
he eonld never penetrate that charmed
Inner circle that obtains in every bor-
der town. Tbo Mexicans are equally
exclusive. A letter of introduction
from one side of the river to the other
will, however, give a stranger instant
recognition socially. They are exceed
ing carefnl about theee introductions
and a man tuns*, be well known to some,
body of importance before he can se
cure one. It is it rule in Mexico that
tbe one who introduces a stranger in
this way Is responsible even for his
bills. The American habit of writing
everybody a letter of recommendation
does not, therefore, prevail here But.
when one does get Introduced tbe Mex
loans never weary in showing courte-
sies. To tbe Mexican your friend
the same as yourself and should have
FIXINU TIIIC MBNATK.
Yesterday’s Associated Press report
says that Senator Mason, of Illinois,
may resign the Uuited States senate to
aooept a twelve thousand dollar job.
Senati r Mason is a prominent Kepnb
lloan who opposes the administration
policy In the Philippines Like others
of tbe same body he was anxious for
American intervention In Cubs, but he
was siuusre in his belief and contention
that such intervention was justified
only in the interests of humanity
stop bloodshed and suffering and to
grant freedom to a people who had
fought their oppressors for years.
Mr. Mason never imagined that Cn
bans should be fresuisu and that Fiii
piuos should he slaves, He never
thought that we should rescue the Cn
ban and kill the Filipino, and as he is a
Republican who knows how to express
his ideas and is fearless iu the discharge
of his duty as a senator, he is not want
ed in -the senate by Hanna nor by Me
Mr. Sherman was lured out of the
senate by the empty honor of playing
secretary of state for a few mouths
He was riah and old so that a money
consideration from a Hanna souroe was
ont of the qaestiou Mr. Mason is iu
the prime of life and has not accnntn
lated cash, so it is reasonable to be
lleve that the big salary offered him
now oomes from a conspiracy of uten iu
the Republican party. Hinna surely
one of them, also have determined to
get rid of Mason.
Verily, the money power has had a
oarnival since Wall street and the
trusts eleoted McKinley. They have
learned the power of money even be-
yond their brightest expectations. They
oan even fix the senate of the United
States, pat out whom they please and
Intrude upon the natiou a man of their
own choice regardless of his patriotism
or even of his integrity.
When such things are done it makes
us believe things that we cannot prove
How probable it may be then that even
Reed of Mai e, who stood at the head
of the lntelllgenoe of his party was
foroed out of congress by artificial pres
The Austin Tribune comments on the
negro convention held in that city last
week, and after calling it a "Lulu,”
says it was composed of abont 100 of
the ' strongest” negro Republicans in
Texas, who have no seat at the federal
It takes the mills of the gods a long
while to grind, bnt when the grist U
once tamed ont, it is an impalpable
powder. This is the case with the
southern nezro. After the war be delib-
erately crawled between the upper and
tbe nether mill stones, and what the
Repnblicans have done to him is a
He was left in tbo south to eat the
white man's bread, and be aided iu
times of his trouble by his former mas
ter, only to turn like i warned snake at
election time and vo'e for some Repub-
lican whom he never saw, and who
actually would not let a negro sleep in
his horse stable
The Republicans have never cared a
onssfir a negro except to nse him on
election day. After Sambo votes, and
the polls are closed, his Republican
friend don't want to see him till next
The southern negro today would have
been in far better condition had be
never cast a vote. Wbat influence does
his loud talking and hurrahing have on
an election 1 The white men of Amer-
ica are goiug to rnie it, and when it
>mes to a real “show down” hasn’t the
negro got enough sense to know that
the white men will stick together
against the black?
The average negro deludes himself
with the vain fancy that the white men
fought over him once, and would do it
again. The alleged gentleman with the
wrinkled hair should remember that in
Ihtfil, he was supposed to he worth abont
♦ 1,000 per head, and now that an aver-
age car load of him oonld not be ex-
changed for a mess of turnip greens.
Oh, no! the white nn n of the United
States will never seed each others
blood over the negro question.
This particular gai.,- of pie squealers
that assembled in Aiotin are to be pit
ied. They will hang nround the Repnb
llican crib and starve to death Not an
eir of corn can they ever get through
the cracks. They will meet and resolve
and sqnall for pie, but their Republican
Joss is hard of hearing.
The rank aud file of the negroes ont
no ice one way or the other They get
about a quart of bad whisky and possi-
bly 60 cents on the side each election,
and usually vote against the man who
was fool enough to give it to them.
When the votes are all in, the negro
never sees the counting He will notice,
however, that the whiO' uiau is usually
The Tribune does not anticipate any
extra flurry in the Republican ranks on
account of yesterday s convention It
will raise abont as innoh a ripple in
Texas politics as the dropping of a bird
shot in the Pacific o> ,ui The jobless,
weary pie walkers can yell and howl,
but if they really want to eat, they can
get quicker results and strike their gait
sooner in a cotton patch ”
,n the Cityi*10 new tramway
erred to an xi<50' has been
i» now &,yndi<s,te’
eleotri str#*t C4r^|>ashed in the
Mexicd The «*.». A*n the City of
trie carLU(1 truck* hk“ent of el®°
rionltaraLnd CoIonfAha*K1° Ag
was last A k deo}% company
by the sec^j . . "aukrnptoy
City. \ CiVl‘ °°% Mexico
• A [e,l^n*W.,nation V . .
3%ra is abont “ %nadala
tal in that citjf * 8 t bos pi
special ward forY ,c drAwtth a
children. deBf ^ dumb
The health of ME, \
Rubio de Diaz, wife\IUInen *mero
has very much impro\ttlB pr*lent,
lady of the land if n<i*Dd ^first
and receive her friendsY>*B ^isit
A co-operative savings',
to be opened in the Cit^ *Vnt
which will make a specialty***!0,
agiug economy among peopleV104*-
rnearis and the salaried class. Vi
thereafter sa possible the congressional
appropriation of $-10,000 made for the
work will be utilized for the purpose
The unveiling of ex Sheriff Sams. 1 j
Houston Reese’* monument will take j
place at Weimar Colorado oounty, on
the first Sunday in November, being
The Hillsboro Mirror, which hss be* n
at work for some time to secure a cotton I
factory for Hillsboro, has submitted a
plan that is taking with the people and
its success is practically assured.
The Daughters of the Confederacy at
Bryan will erect a monument to tbe
late Colonel Briscoe J. Baldwin, who
died this year. He wa* tbe last sur-
vivor of Oen. R E, Lee’s staff.
Secretary of State Hardy is after the
f ireign corporations who are doing bust
ness in Texas without a permit or whoa*
permit has expired. He will compel
them to take ont permits, which will |
bring abont $10,000 into the state treas-
All colors and sizes.
New and very neat,
One hundred and fifty opera*, \
parted from Mexico City witK*
wives and children for Janus
where they will be given work ii
new cotton factory at that point.
The military cadets of Chapulte;
are preparing for a march and maneu
vres to begin in the middle of Novem-
ber, the rendezvous being Santiago
Tiaugnistengo, south from Tnlnea.
A concession has been granted by
the government to Messrs. Ignasio de
la Torrey y Mier and Vicente Alonso to
utilize the excess of water in theCuaut-
la river, near the city of Cuantla, on
the Interooeanic railway, for irrigation
and to generate electric power.
The report is current that Don Fran
cisco Leon, who was lately obliged to
sign the governorship of the state of
Chiapas, and who is said to have acted
dnrlng the time he was iu power in a
very arbitrary manner, has sold ail his
properties in Chiapas and shaken the
dust of that state from his feet.
The public school at Tularosa will be-
Ex-fienator John J. Ingalls, of Kan-
sas, is at Meeiila Park, where he will
spend tbe winter.
An Odd Fellows lodge at Bland was
instituted Saturday last, with twenty
Commercial nun eay that they never
found business iu Albuquerque livelier
than it is at present.
Clint Rodgers, one of the Grant ooun-
ty boys who served with the regular jin
the Philippines, returns i to Sliver City.
The recent report that the vein had
been worked out and lift miners die
charged at the Sulade coal fields is un-
The Interior department has issued a
teimi -rn-y order suspending from entry
lands iu Lincoln county to be set apart
iu the proposed lorest reserve.
The Woman a Board of Trade of
Santa Fe is taking steps to have the
interior department transfer tbe Fort
■axob M. Tippkll, 3711 Powellton
Ave., Philadelphia, writes:
“1 hod inflammatory rheumatism,
which was for weeks so intense that
I was unable to walk. I was treated
by several prominent physicians,
and tried many patent medicines,
bnt without relief. I felt so much
tletter after taking two bottles of
8. 8., that I continued thereme-
, and in two months I was cured
(iipietely, and have never since
a touch of the disease.”
which rncific) is the only remedy
is guaraits this painful disease, ana
for vnlu&bTpurely vegetable. Send
that fit and wear.
$7.50 to $27.50
What About that Wrap?
We want to talk cloaks and capes to
you this week. Our buyer outdid himself in
selecting tasty goods, and they were bought
at prices that enables us to sell you a first-
class garment at a reasonable price.
Every cloak or cape we offer you is PER-
FECT and could not be in better style.
Not an Old Garment in the House
You should see
our line of
No one shows bet- Ladies' tailor-made Welton Jacket, lined with
! mercerized sateen, in brown, blue
ter goods for the
and black, each.
Tailor-made Jackets in kersey cheviot, welton,
etc, in Oxford gray, navy,
mode, tan and black....
Three good: Braided Jackets very hand-
| some,in cardinal,navy,black
On the Inst iln\u Ceremony,
city solicitor of ]W*li October the
sistnnt. attends tipoVfi. with nn as-
braneer. when, by [Yroynl remem-
tenants nnd occupiei^jnatlon, ‘‘the
waste ground called th\n piece of
county of Salop,” are (Ws. in the
‘‘come forth and do your tended to
pain and peril that shall faY'* upon
Tito solicitor chops In Imlve-^reon.”
ots, one with a hatchet and \ fnR-
wlth a billhook. Afterward eorUler
summons to the tenants, etc., of V6
tain tenement with a forge” Im;
Strand and the payment of six tioX
shoes, with til shoe nails, by the A?
Heitor. This forge has long eeased toT
bo, and the same shoes nnd nails are
used year after year, the shoes bciug
at least two centuries old.
Seal Plush Jackets, both plain and elaborately
We cannot itemize everything in this line
but we will gladly show you everything we
have in stock.
YOU WILL FIND 'f
We Fit 1
Kid Gloves \
Every pair guar- ^
an teed. *
is one of our'
j What is stylish is
shown by our
The most 1
ever shown in the
city. They’re all
Our best ad-
| is a satisfied
If it should be naked what possession
I most valued, I would say some beau-
tiful memory. Memory is possession.
It Is the only tiling on earth that is ab-
solutely ours, which no one can take
from us. We can produce nnd enjoy It
In a crowd of uncongenial’ people ns
easily as If we were alone. No noise
can drown Its voice; uo distance can
dim its clearness. Strength, hope,
beauty, everything else, may pass.
Memory will stay.
The Future I nfolded.
She—Suppose I didn't dress as well
as I do now, would you love me as
He—Certainly, dear. Why, that Is as
Marry reservation to the city or to have i much ns to say that I won't care for
The attendance at the university at
Tucson la larger than ever before.
Tbe Tucson foot hall bum have taken
black and gold as the club colors.
An Episcopal church has been organ
ized iu Globe with several members.
A teachers ItiHlitnto will be held at
Clifton from the 14th to the 1 stb of No
The first game of foot hall of thiH sea-
son in the territory will be played at
Phoenix on Thanksgiving day, the 80th
day of November.
The Arizona experlm, ut station is
studying Euoalypta, witl a view to an
oert iuiug which ones c, n be success
fully grown in Southern Arizona.
The now town at the Ray Copper
mines in Pinal county, v ill be known
Kelvin. Buildings are n *w going np
and a poatoffioe has beeu applied for.
Nephi Packer of Duncan was in Solo-
mooville Tuesday and exhibited a beet
which weighed twenty pounds. It was
the largest beet ever grown iu that sec-
The new public school building at
Thatcher is now finishe < and the dis-
trict school will start next Monday un
der the supervision of Principal lleber
Chris Robiusou, a saiotu keeper in
Pearce, was kille 1 there J! mday night
by ayonug man who bad tg n employed
as night watchman by ti Common-
wealth Mining company.
The Masonic grand lodg* for the ter-
ritory of Arizona will no*- in Tucson
November 14 15 and 1(1 e iti.-ors will
be selected and a great deA. t import
ant business will be traq-aa j,
Sheriff Ben R Clark retnvn-d toSolo-
inonville last Monday from tea ntieno
oeesfnl chase after Ssrapio A ta, who,
while en route to Yltma to sen,,» st-van
years scute nee for attempting to mur-
der a woman at Morenci. en from
the train near Benson.
It will be a running race at Tonto to-
morrow between two young, nt fleet-
footed animals for a purse m j;.0fl0or
$3,500 a side. One of the , r-,.H i„
owned by H. D Morris end » locally
named "Salt River," while th , thrr is
the property of I E. Crabtre* mui g<^.s
by tbe name of ‘Greenback it will
be tbe maiden race of both animals.
The Southern Pacific railroad com-
pany is enlarging its ronnd house at
Lordsburg, as the old round house was
too small to admit of the large new
Joseph Metzinger, who set a spring
gun for burglars aud caused the death
of an innocent party, it is claimed, is
on trial at Albuquerque for murder.
The homicide occurred iu 1H98.
The cattle owners of the 8apillo dis-
trict offer a reward of $50 each for
every gray wolf killed in that district
ami $15 for every mountain lion killed,
and the hunters will also be entitled to
The trouble with the Maxwell Grant
settlers has been ended. The company
had notices of eviction served and then
made liberal leases to the settlers who
had improved their holdings. Some of
them had not done so and departed.
The Texas Ranger association will
hold its annnai meeting in the city of
San Antonio on November 8.
A postofflee has been established at
Matson, Hill county, Texas, with Steph-
en E Johnson, Jr., as postmaster.
The board of trade of Temple now has
under consideration a proposition for
the erection of a flooring mill there.
The governor has offered a reward of
$300 for the arrest aud conviction of
Jim John, wanted in Leon county for
A contract has just been let for the
construction of » rock retaining wall at
Fori Brown to protect it from the rag-
ing Rio Grande.
The city hall at Palestine has beeu
completed and was built at a cost of
about $82,000, and is one of the finest
buildings in the city.
Cit) Marshall Drnse of San Antonio,
has undertaken to close up all ,-pii-
vate,” "sidedoor" and "strong arm"
gambling resorts in the city.
The following Texas postoffices have
been ordered discontinued: Heese,
Webb oounty, mail to Aguiiares; Okay,
Bell oounty, mail to Maxdale.
Au invitation to the mothers i f
Wharton has been extended by Mrs R.
B.-Hnston, who requests the ladies to
meet pt her home to organize a mother's
The contract for the deepening of the
bar over at Aransas Pass will be let
this week and as soon immediately
you after we
To avoid n task and to fear It is to
make ll our master. To set about It
cheerfully nt once Is to become Its mas-
Tortured A Witness.
Intense stiflerinpr was endured by wit-
ness T. I*. Martin, of Dixie, Ky., before
he gave tliis evidence: “i coughed every
night until my throat was nearly raw;
then tried Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, which gave instant
relief. 1 have used it in iny family for
four years and cheerfully recommend it
as the greatest known remedy fo:
Coughs, Colds and all maladies of Chest,
Throat unit Lungs." Millions have
proved Ibis. It will stop the worst
cough, promote rest, and not only pro-
ven Is lint absolutely cures Consumption.
Price 50c ami iji.oo. Every bottle
guaranteed. Trial bottles free at
W. A. Irvin & (to,. Druggists.
Robbed The Crave.
A startling incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated by him as follows:
‘T was in a most dreadful condition. My
skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pain continually in back
and sides, no appetite gradually grew
weaker day by day. Three physicians
had given me up. Fortunately, a friend
advised trying Electric Bitters; and to
my great joy and surprise, the first bot-
tle made a decided improvement. I con-
tinued their use for three weeks, and am
now a well man. I know they saved my
I ife, and robbed the grave of another vic-
tim.” No one should fail to try them.
Oi l” 50c, guaranteed, at
W. A. Irvin* Co., Druggists.
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
The best salvo in the world for Cuts,
Bruises,Sores. LTcers.Salt Rheinn, Fever
Sores, Tetter.Chapped Hands,Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi-
tively cures Piles,or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25c. per box.
For sale by
W. A. Irvin & Co., Druggists,
What’s Your Face Worth?
Sometimes a fortune, but never, if
you have a wretched sallow complexion,
a jaundiced look, moth patches and
blotches on the skin,-all signs of Liver
Trouble. "A mirror’s a joy” when you
use Dr. King’s New Life Pills. Give
Clear Skin, Rosy Cheeks, Rich Complex-
ion. Only 25 cents at
VV A Irvin * Co.. Druggists
(Formerly with Dieter & Sauer.)
Liquors, Cigars, Stationery
and Canned and Bottled
Goods for Travelers.
NfXtto Sierra Matlrc offlea Ciudad Juaroc
LL COMBINED IN NEVV FALL
CLOTHING. Why do so,iany men stick
to us season in and season out? vhe answer is
easy. They get proper fit, proper wyng quali-
ties and proper price treatment, consequently they
are satisfied. We can take similar care \
In selecting your fall clothing many
should be taken into consideration; first, th’
liability of the dealer. Our reputation makes y
safe and the articles always prove just as represent-
ed. No matter how hard to fit you may be we
can suit you and at a reasonable price.
Don’t put off purchasing your Overcoat, but see
them now while the stock is complete.
DR. F. T. SAM,
CHlNtSt PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
OF LOS ANGELES
1h located at 311 St.
Lt»uls St.. Commerci-
al Hotel block. Con-
sultation free, Office
hours 9 to il a. m*. t
to 4 and 7 to 8 p in-
The Doctor Is a grad-
uate of the famous
medical college ot
Oauton City, China,
and has successfully
ot patients with
his herbal retnedlee
and his skillful dlng-
nosis of the pulse.
The Doctor’s family
for six frcneratlons
have been famous
t h roujrhoutthe world
for their successful
treat meat of all dis-
eases of the human
Dr. P. T.Sam has done much good work
here. The doctor opened an office about two
months ago, and luii since successfully
tn ated over one hundred ai d tlf’y patients.
He has treated many complicate! cases
The following are the names of a few well-
known p rsons who have been cured by Dr.
Mr. < lay Boulden, corner Hills and Over
land streets, whose case had boon given up
by a number of other doctors, was outlrely
cured of consumption by Dr ham.
Mrs. Hillebranu, whooping cough.
Mr. Ilillebrand, kidney trouble.
Mr. J. W. Cltgstou, corner El Paso and San
Mrs. H. E. Schubert, 1195 East Overland
sire* t, successfully treatt d for a gall stone.
Mr. William Koussin, 613 Missouri street.
Mr. W. S. Barnum.
Mr. !. Doyle lt93 East Overland street.
Mr. A. B. Perkins. 5»K Myrtle street.
Mrs. Al Griffin. 1122 First street.
Miss Pearl Crotty, 409 North El Paso street.
Mr. John Freed, conductor of Texas Pacific
Ry„ for nervous debility.
Miss M. K. Lyous, bookkeeper at Oallsher’s
Mrs. Sophie Weeg, from Baird, Texas, old
chronic blood dyspepsia.
Mrs. L. J. Wnfcor, 302 East Oleander strf et,
Fort Worth. Texas, chronic catarrh, success
•ful after a week’s treatment, anti cured.
Mr. ai d Mrs. P. M. Kiekman,coloredper-
Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Perett, 114 Utah street,
colored persons, and Mrs G. A. Perett, his
mother-lu law, bus heavy paralysis and in-
I also cure all d*leases of the blood aud all
private diseases of men.
Not how Cheap, But how Good.
| R. C. UGHTBODY, 1
| The Leading Clothier and Furnisher, |
212—214 El Paso Street.
DIETER S SAUE R.
Et Paso. Texas, anfl Ciudad Juarez, Mexico/
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS.
Groceries, Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Leading brants of bonded
Whiskies in bulk an j bottled offered at any station in the interior of
Mtxico. Mail orders promptly attended to.
The* Star Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
HACK AND BAQQAQE LINE.
Finest Turnouts in the city. Blacksmithing, Carriage Building, Pa,ai
iig an 1 Trimming. Horses and Mules bought and sold on commisilei
Telephone 9a. J. CALDWELL, tyap-
“SIMMER AND WINTER.”
Hot Mineral Springs,
STATE OF CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO.
Ibese hot springs, so well and favorably
known, now offer many more Inducement* to
health and rest siv^er* than ever before
Hotel accommodations aro home-ltke and
unsurpassed, tho kttuben now being under
my direct supervision.
For Information, address
Norman E. w. Proprietor.
Uc la Cueva.
H. D. Robinson, M.
I, 11. D., phyriBBk. iB
"SUMMER AMD WINTER.”
their old quarters to thei'
They are still doiDg business in the
same old way—fiae work end
They have teceived * fiue Itae of wall
paper and paints and have better faclli-
tiea for aocomnivdating their customer*
Give them a rail in tbeir new quart, is
The Ehrenbero Paint & Wall Paper (0.
Phone 2D8, 322 El Paso Street.
Phone 26 and the
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