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LJ3 EL PASO, TEXAS SATURDAY, APEIL 10. 1897. VOL. XVII, NO. 85 PIUCE FIVE CENTS. IOSHUA S. RAYNOLDS, PRESIDENT; ULYSSES S. STEWART, CASHIER; PIEST NATIONAL BANK El Paso, Texas, Capital, S J rp! us and Profits H. L. NEWMAN, Banker, W. H. AUSTIN, Cashier. H. L. NEWMAN, Jr. Ass't Cashier. El Paso, A General Banking T Mexican Money and Exchange Bought and Sold. Gold and Silver Bullion Bought SAFETY DEl'OSl BOXES FOH BENT. C. R. MOREHEAD, President. JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, Vice Pres. State National Bank, Established April, 1881. A legitimate banking business transacted in all its branches. Exchange ; n all the cities of the United States bought at par. Highest prices paid for Mexican Dollars. V. " -S 5 YES, THEY HAVE COME! Those Alaska Refrigerators. Tiers may bo refrigerators that arc just as good as the Alaska, but none bitter. They consume less ice. They hive the best cireu'ation. They have no bad odor. In fact, they are so gxl wa wo aid rather sell an Alask Refrigerator than aiv other on the market. t jet. sj? rustgker, in-u.r3TLit.-u.re, Crockery and Carpets. Sua Antonio Street. HOUCK & DEITER, IMPORTERS and. JOBBERS FINE WINES AND WHISKIES A "PXTTQ ?nv WILLIAM ) PABST 220 El Paso St. WALL I YP LCll! PICTURE FRAMES AND MOULDINGS. WIXDSOR & NEWTON'S OIL AND WATER COLORS. PAINTER'S SUPPLIES. THETUTTLE PAINT AND GLASS CO. PHONE 20u. EL PASO, TEXAS. Fine Tailoring have just received a hue line of t-tilirinsr goods from Chicago and have more on the way. aad am no a j-e i ly to suit tho public with Prices Never Before Equaled iu this city or Juarez. None can compile with me oa prices and furnish as fire a line of goods. Suits m ide to order, I7 to Pants made to oider, 5. JESUS TERAN, 110 S. Oregon Street. -:--MM' T MoCdtcht-jo, Payne V Co. always keep, the finest bicycles at prices cheaP T i'MiHtirHtMl niik'-s ir. is o'l.t.! ei,!.ti- tr canLurii trade is their main ideA I'mit.! W 1 1 1'. K 1 .S thcr will suoolv. T Uueiled speed and gra:o to giu, oo Sterling, Rimbler or Rd IJird traiN J X Tna Yverlvs, liabys, Ideals neat material workmanship ao'l all compleiE I 'j.fiill. Iinwhi.il a.i II r 1 I II 11 V l-lil i n ir :- li.rht. IM H VACIiT ODtbO SeA T H ppy ihj nyel-jr who buys any o:ie, for no one can beat him making a ruN J Evemog and inuraing a! ways on hand, tindems and singles best in tne lanD . u() ir hii'vi'li Kiinuri'.4 and rvidnrv. thtt most I'umtiletB stock VOU ever did C Never so busy tna; we can't sho.v, Long well's Transfer. I am now prepared to do all kinds o' Transferring of Freight, Liffht and Heavy Hauling. Safe Moving a Specialty. Headquarters at El Paso Stables. All orders promptly ultsnded ti Phone So. 1. tjas. J. luonewell. M. W. FLOTJRNOY, VICE PRESIDENT JOS. F. WILLIAMS, ASST. CASHIER. $150,000 Texas. Business Transacted. J. C. LACKLAND, Cashier J. H. RUSSELL., Ass't Cashier. We put all our competitorsjn the shade in prices on - GOOD AND STYLISH GOODS. Suits for $7 upward worth twice the money. Come and see them. Respectfully, B. BLUMENTHAL, J. LF.aP BREWISU UU., St. i,oui3. flio BREWING CO., Milwaukee, Wis. EI Paso, Texas. The Lowest Prices. !ind vu'j can either REN Tor BUY that none caa opproach us in El Paso J l'latino Process To urd r.-t ir.d the b-mitvof this pro- cpss di e lm but to study the work of T. .1. G ay now on exhibition ia the show window of Chas. Kiefer. Mr. Gray is laie of Dallas and holds the gi-ld mfdal for work exhibittd at the Texas Siate Fair. It will p-iy aoyone to vi-it the Burjre trallery and examine the larjre tableau piet'ire entitled "Our ( "onfeuera'o Dead '' "Wu's In It" to gether with the li'e like representation .f Gen. A. 13. Noiton. (Jill at the. Burge g -tilery, corner Santa Fe and Ovenand streets and view work that is really art. IT'S OUR HOBBY, This tea buying. There are so many kinds of cheap, bad teas, it makes it difficult to get the rea ly good. Instead of see ing how poor a tea our customers will stand, my constant purpose has been to supply, at the lowest possible prices, the best and most delic ious Make known vour pref erence or the flavor and we will give you tea that IS TEA. J. B. Watson, The Grocer, Phone 161, Cor. San Antonio and Stanton Street. EL. FASO, TBXAS. SOUVENIR GOODS, MEXICAN AND INDIAN Curios and Antiquities Opals, Onyx, Feather Cards, Pottery Souvenir Spoons, Drawn Work AND MEXICAN CARVED LEATHER. GO TO HEADQUARTERS W G. WALZ C01 EI Paso, Texas, aad Ciadad Juarez, Mexico. Teachers' Institute. The oountv teachers institute met at the Central bui diog this morning and the following program is being carried out today: 1. Opening excercises. 2. Music. 3. Difficulties of a young teacher Forest Baker. 3. The righss of a pupil. Mrs. B. B. Bailey. o. Keading in county scnoois iM.iss Maggie Heid. (i. individuality oi teacner. jvirs. W. B. Hawkins. AFTERNOON EXERCISES. 7. Two p. m. Music. 8. Manual trainicg schools Mr. G. C Wright. 8. Number work in second grade Miss Lilne Cole. 10. Self government in public sehols Mrs. Eva A. Russell. 11. Waste of forces in educational system Miss Florence Thornton. A Real Novelty. A novelty of any descr ipt'on is thor oughly appreciated, but more especially o in toe amusement line, oi woicm there are few. The one that enjoys the distinction cf possessing really more novelty and intei esting features is Prof. Gentry's famous do and pony show. which exhibits in this city under a tent next to the city hall Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights of next week and matinees Tuesday and Wednes day. The entire performance is given by one hundred supero dogs and ponies ail of whom ate famous for their beauty and intelligence. They have been educated to a wonderful degree of in- tellicence by Prof. Oentry, who is known everywhere as a most successful trainer of animals. The prices of ad mission aredee'dedly reasonable, being children luc and adults zoo. Miss Peck Goes South. She left for the City of Mexico yes- terdav witti the purpose of climbintr the treat peaks of Orizaba and Popo catepetl. She has scaled the highest hights in Switzerland, which are, how ever, lower than the two Mexican peaks, and Miss Peck wants to cay that goe nas sw-ou on iutt luiuet-L t-ummits in America. There is, however, one peak she will hardly care to ascend though that peak is not in America; it is Mount Everest, in tne Himalaya ransre, .j.ouu feet above the level of the sea. The fair climber will write ud her exper iences for the eastern papers. Eueene Taylor is circulating a peti tioa for donations for the ereeiion of i temrde for Sunset Lodffa No. 79. He has met with considerable -success, es- pj dally among ttie candidates. The ladies of the Baptist church will serve dinner on election day from 12 to 6 p. in-, in the Ullman block oo St, Louis street, f rice ou cents. Westerners Want a Tariff on Wool and Hides. KICKING ON OTHER RATES A Chicago Delegation Appears Before the Senate Committee to Make a General Kick Because of the Am biguous Language Used in Fram ing the Bill The Bill Having a Hxrd Time. Washington. April 10. Pressure from the west for biehest duties on local products is already bearing fruit. The sub-commit tee of the senate finance comnrttee has considered on all sides the subject of a duty on hides, and while the matter is not definitely set tled, the conclusion has been reached that warrants the statement that hides will be removed from the free list. This concession means the surrender of eastern influences to the exigences of the situation. Marshall Fields, of Chicago, with a big delegation, is here fighting the tariff bill. "Ii's the worst tariff bill ever drafted. Not only as rpgards the rate of duty imposed, but its compli cated and ambiguous methods in impos ing them. Tdere is scarcely a clause in the bill that will not have to be interpreted by the supreme court," he says. Hostilities Began. London, April 10. A dispatch from Ellassona, Macedonia, says: "Edbem Pasha, commander-in-chief of the Turkish army in Macedonia, re ceived instructions from Cmstantin onle to march his troops across the Greek frontier. The Turkish troops continue to advance upon the Greek invaders, who will soon be placed in a position exposing them to the fires of the Turkish military. Military offi cers are confident that the invading forces will be annihilated." Dear Notoriety. New YORK, April 10 Grace Dins- more, who has little money and is am bitious to b-i a great s'-nser came to New York last night from Bighampton to 8-11 her middle finger of her right hand for $1,000. Mrs. C. V. Bartoo, of Houston, Texas, came here to have a d it-eased finger replaced by a sound one. A surgeon aJvertised lor a nnger, and a dozen women responded, dui amiss Dinsmore was chosen.. . She says she will finish her musical studies with the $1,000. Defying the Law. Jacksonville, Fi a. .April 10. Some amusement is exoee'ed this afternoon, and perhaps a lit'le trouble, over the projected trip of W. J. Bryan to the mouth of the river. J. he committee had arranged to take the Three Friends, the famous filibuster, for the trip. The captain of the federal boat Bout well, s8 she cannot pass his vessel at any time udIhss she stops and is ex amined. Closing Bucket Shops. New York, April 10. The open board of brokers which is the oldest bucket shop on the street was closed this morning by the police on a warrant issued by Magistrate Molt. The raid caused a general scare among the buck et shops and none of them are doing busmes-t, and their customers have tak en to th-i street, fearful of additional raids which is understood are pending. Inurance Swindler Dead Jeffersonville, Ind., April 10. BeDj. 15. Muerave, whose insurance swindles in 18!1 made him notorious, is dying in prison here today. After nsuring a woman s lite for 000, he secured a skeleton in a St Louisburned house and claimed the charred bones were hers. Armor Plants to Close. Pittsburg, April 10 An officer of of the Carnegie Steel omnany says that uniess the government changes its attitude on armor plate bids the plant of the company at Homestead will be closed in June. It is said the armor plant at Bethlehem will alao be closed. Peabody to Succeed Morrison. Cincinnati, April 10. It was an nounced this morning that President McKinley has decided to make W. W. Peabodv, general manager ot the Bal timore & Oh!o Southwestern, successor to Chairman .Morrison, on the inter state commerce commission. Will not Consolidate. r'Hifxr.o. ADril 10. The Cudahv hMithum dfrv that thev have tnv in tention of forming a quadrangular ar rangement for the control of the oil markets of the world. J ney say they will never consolidate with the Stand ard Oil company. Jumped Into the Eivtr. St T.mTt. Anril 10. An unknown and finely dress-ed woman threw two childr en from the ferry boa Dr. Hill. into the Min.-i-s'ppt river triis morning and then jumped in. The children were roscued, dul tne woman was drowned. Captured a Sranisl General. Havana, April 10. A private re port from Santiago says that Gereal Ca'ixto Garcia has captured near Man- zanillo the Sntni.-h (jeneral Aldave. G-neral Garcia is willing- to exchange Aldave for General liuiz luvera. Wants the Louisville Franchise. Detroit. Mich. . April 10. Present Vandetbeek, of Detroit, is negotiating for the Louisville National Leaeue baseball fran thise and ays today that he hs hopes of arranging matters at a satisfactory price. A Florida Catch. Miami. F.a., Apr 1 10 Co'. Nuez was arrested here this mot ning by the collector of the port. Rolotr landed from sail b"at last Ditrht, and it is sup posed to have come from the steamer Bermuda. Silver Ma ket. THztf York, April 10. Silver, 61i, lead, 3.30; Mexican dollars, 49, NOTES FROM THE QUARTERLY. Showing' What is Being: Done In Bishop Kendrick's Diocese. St. Clement's Chnpter (No. 441, El Paso.) of the Brotherhood of St. An drew is trying to raise funds for the erection of a reading room, etc., on the church lot. Its object is to reach the young men who drift into the city from all parts of the Uhion some seeking hea'th, others adventure. The tempt ations here are very great, and some such place of refuge is really neces sary. Septuagesima Sunday was a day to be remembered at St. Paul's church, Las Vegas, New Mexico. The Rev. George Selby, who is in charge of this church, was ordained to the priesthood. Twelve were confirmed, the largest number ever confirmed here at a single visitation. And it was a class that contained excellent material. The consecration of Grace church, Tuceon, Arizona, on Quinquagesima Sunday, was a notable event. It crown ed an effort that began fourteen years aa-o with the purchase of a lot for the building, and is one of the most beaut tiful churches in the two territories. At my recent visit to St. John's mis sion, Uishec, Arizona, 1 Dapuzeu thirty-one infants and five adults, thirty-six in all. This is my largest number of baptisms at a single visita tion. The bishon visited Marfa, Texas, for the first time on Thursday, March 25, and was much pleased with his visit. He has not yet had an opportunity 01 visiting the congregation at Fort Davis which can only be reached by stage from Marfa, but hopes to do so soon. Marfa is strong; enough to nave a name and organization, but at Fort Davis there are only two church families. The congregation at the former place is anxious to put up a church, and, with the assistance of a couple ot Hun dred dollars from the outside, would go to work. A ''Birthday" fund, for the erection of a new church at St. Clement's, El Paso, has been opened. Members of the congregation are invited to make an offering, on birthday and other an niversaries. The present building, while the memories which cling to it like fragrant odors endear it to ths hearts of all especially to those who knew it in its infant days is inade quate and unworthy of the present con gregation. At St. John's church, Albuquerque, N. M., 00 tbe fourth Sunday after Epiphany, January 31st, a chapter of the Daughters of the King was formed and tbe members received at a special service. Tbe receipts for the Bishop's Fund since December 31, 1896, bave been: St Paul's church, Las Vega, N. M., 3.32; Grace church, Tucson, A. T., $5.- 70: St. John's Mis-ion, Bisbee, A. I ., (offering at service. 30: baptismal fee, $10; personal, $5,) $4o 00 The Overflowed District. Memphis, Tenn., April 10. Six offi cers of tne United States army de tailed by Secretary Alger, for t he over flowed country aod to personally look after the work of re ieving tbose in want arrived in Memphis today. The $200,000 recently appropriated by congress is in the hands of these men. They began purchasing supplies and distributing them today. The postal authorities inaugurated a skiff mail service between points in Missis sippi, which includes ten towns. Accideut 011 a Cruiser. Key West. Fla., April 10. While lowering a boat today from Uulted States cruiser Marblehead's davits a rope broke and three sailors were thrown into the sea. Two were drown ed. Several cannon shots were fired attempting to bring the bodies to the surface. Jerry After Reed. Washington, April 10. Jerry Simpson sharply cri'icized Speaker Keei today in the house and complained of one man power. Congressman M- hony, of jew i ork, applauded vocifer ously, being the only republican to openly manifest his opposition to the speaker's policy. Returning Home. Baltimore, April 10. President McKin ey aod Mrs. McKinley visited the naval academy this morning. The Dolphin left this noon on return trip to Washington. Las Cruces Clippings. (From an Exchange.) Mrs. H. J. Cuniffe returned Sunday from San Antonio, Texas, where she went on account of the illness of her daughter, Mrs. Bennett. The latter has fully recovered her health. Fred Cascom will take a jaunt to El Paso tomorrow. Ed. Ascarate is visiting friends in El Paeo. Miss Alice Casad is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. Lane, in El Paso. Dr. It. M. Loeser contemplates leav ing for California in the very near future. Henry Bowman went down to El Paso Wednesday to attend a meeting of the Rio Grande dam company. Anthonic Antics. (From D. A. Co. Republican.) Mr. Wistar, a prosperous young min ing man from Old Mexico, is up on a few days' visit to C. L. Gish. Senor Guadalupe Mendosa is pro gressing well under Santa Teresa's treatment. He bas again gone to El Pao. Robert Murphy will go down foon for another consultation with the SaDta. Miss Mollie Sullivan is back from El Paso. After a visit of some two months with her sister here. Miss Flora Garrison goes back to El Paso with rosy cheeks instead of pale ones and takes with her fifteen additional pounds of avoirdu pois, according to the scales in the de pot warehouse. Mrs. C. M. Marshall and dugbtber. Mis Minnie Mar hall, arrived this af ternoon from Cusa Grande, Ariz., on a visit to Miss Bess e Mar-hill, of this city, Mrs. C. M. Marshall's daughter. Excavating b"gan this morning on the old Overland house "ite for the new bu'ldiDgr of the stettian-Krakauer Hard ware company. W. E. Bour'an 1, deeds to P. E. Kelly for $ti0O. lt.s No. '11, 23, in block No. 1, Morehead's addition. Tbo boundary commission meets ia h City oa th.4 SOth last, iteiSi ii ii ii ifiL 1 .1 1 n . r 1 . WE are the sole agents for the Shilling Corset Company, manufacturers of the so called "American Lady" . . . the best fitting, best made and best mater ial of any corset manufactured in the world. It gives us great pleasure in show ing you this corset whether you buy or not. AT BLUMENTHAL'S, NEXT DOOR TO STATE NATIONAL BANK RM KENTUCKY ROW. Brass Knuckles and Pistols Brought Into Play. DR. HUNT Eli INDICTED. A Free for Al! Fight Occurred iu the Assembly Room in Kentucky Over Charges of Bribery Bt ought Against Dr. Hunter One Assem blyman Knocked Oat With Brass Knnckles. Frankfort, Ky., April 10. Sensa tional developments are expected over the senatorial election. Capt. Gaines, a prominent Bradley mm, went hefoi-e the grand jury, charging Dr. Hnnter with offering him, Gaines, fifteen thousand dollars for the three votes necessary to Hunter's electioa. There was great excitement attend ing the ballot for United States senator today. The lobbies were jammed for half an hour before the joiut assembly met Only the Hunter msn re: ponded to the roll call, but despite no quorum a ballot was taken which stood Hunter 57, Boyle 1. During the progress of the ballot a fight occurred, and the sergeant-at-arms tried to arrest the fighter, and the women crowded utd"r the gallery. Thomas Mor row, of Somersett, was struck bv Peter Sanders with bras knuckles. The assembly was also thrown into excitement by the report from the outside that Sander's friends had drawn pistols and taken bim away from the police wbo arrested him. A vote to adjourn resulted in a tie. There was no change in the second ballot, but the assembly fira'ly adjourned. The grand jury met this morning and indictments were drawn up against Dr. Hunter for bribery. Hunter's mana gers have issued a written statement denving the charges and say the whole affair is blackmail. The whole city is intensely excited. Bimetallic Talk. Washington, April 10. A move ment is on foot backed by the admin istration to have the present congrcs name a commission to inaugurate an in ternational conference toward prom t- ing bimetallism. This move will be made to follow out the promises of the republicans in their platform. The object of the comui s sion will be to sejuro the co-operation of other na' ions in establishing an in ternational bimetallic standard. T11 s is Senator Wolcott's program, but on the authority of tne Dir the admini stration the commis-ion will oo foi m-d simply as a bluff with a view to quiet ing the silver agitation. The administration has p'anned to have the paramount issue of the com insr elections made on tr.e Ding ley bill. thus forcing the democrats to ufack I tbe republic in platform oi the tdritT. and not tbe tinanciai issues. Ex-v'e-av,or Yooi h'-es Dead. Washington, April 10. Ex-Sena-tor Voorbe.'s of Indiana, died l ore at five o'clock this morning. Funds f r the SullVr rs. Cincinnati, April 10 The fund for the Mississippi flood sufferers hast I rtacoed J3,10Q. ' ii ii i'i -. itr. . Vtir. . 0 Ml- 0 .. :t '.t 't it. .. Robbery. A robbery was committed last night at old Fort Blis- from the premises'oc cupied by Mr. Dents. It was pay day on the TtQ at the smel'er, and Mr. Dents 'ound hiinself the hippy posses sor of $50. This his frugal sp'iu-e put in a bag and huiiir the same oo the wall. It so hai pered thaj lh bag was hung near a w,n 3ow, and the window was the only one on the premises that was not fastened. A short, sawed off Mexican, who was acquitted with the lay of the lacd caught onto tr.e situation, and gather ing a few hen coops last nii?ht in lien of a s'ep 1-idder, rot up to the window, opened the same, aijd presto, the bag was in his bands. Then the gentle Aztec was net. George Herold is camping today on his trail. George Bovee returned from Cali fornia this afternoon, with Max Morris of Fort Worth. The two will remain in El Paso for some time ere continu ing on to Chatttnooja to race there. George had hard luck recently in rid ing over a fourteen feet embankment, and "knocking the stuffing out of his jaw,and was laid uo for some time. The two will train in El Paso. There is considerable feeling among the res:dent of C'a huahuita bacause of the supposed ctrelessness of city amhorit es in not looking aftir the interests o? south sidd res. dents in the matter of granting railway franchises through the south side. There are romantic stories afloat about a threatened fistic tournament last eventn? in the district court room between Tom Bendy and the district attorney. Mutual friends interfered, and the racktt was nipped in the youth ful bud. Rev. .T. T. French returned this after noon from Deming. where a big reviv al of religion is in progress. Mr. French ays that the be t kn-wn physician in Doming was converted last hight. Not Exactly Rieht is the way thous ands of people feel. It is because their blood is poor. Hood s Sarsaparilla, the One True Blood Purifier, will prompt ly set them right. Hood's Pills are purely vegetable and do not purge, pain or grip. All druggists. Absolutely Pure. (Vi.lir:it."il for itirr-'iit le:ivtnit!(r strengr thitiid heiittijfuliie.ss. Assures the food i.gin-1 lu n unit -.ill forms f auulfra tf 11 c'lmmo" to cliep br-lids, l'.oytt Ruiamj Powder Co.. Now York, lip Ml t (leUca.