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PHICE FIVE CENTS. EL PASO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 30. 1897. VOL. XYIL NO. 103 IOSHUA S. RAYNOLD3, PRESIDENT; M. Vf. FLOURNOY, VICE PRESIDENT ULYSSES S. STEWART, CASHIER", JOS. F. AVILLIAMS, ASST. CASHIER. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK'! V EI Paso, Texas, Capital, Surplus and Profits Si 60,000 H. L. NEWMAN, Banker, W. H. AUSTIN, Cashier. TCI Paso, A General Banking gi" Mexican Money and Exchange Bought and Sold. Bullion Bought. SAFETY DEPOSI f BOXES FOR RENT. H. L. NEWMAN, Jr. Ass't Cashier. Texas Business Transacted. Gold and Silver R. MOREHEAD, President. JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, Vies Pres. J. C. LACKLAND, Cashier H. RUSSELL, Ass't Cashier. State National Bank, Established April, 1831. A legitimate banking business transacted in all its branches. Exchange par. Highest prices paid for rn all the cities of the United Mexican Dollars. States bought at hi., m pv mvc!' fr's-rc - ? i" .'c I I I IT'S 'OUR HOBBY, f mmm T HOII IF AD niaiiiu-iuiiiiiou hah. BEN GITS THAR. J j The Greeks Becoming More Moderate in Acts. TURKS PRESSING HARD v i a o a o a. d We put all our competitors in the shade in prices on GOOD AND SIM GOODS. Suits for $7 upward worth twice the money. Come and see them. R.sp9ctfully, B. BLUMENTHAL, 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 delicious 3 jEO eS Make known your pref erence or the flavor and we will give you tea that IS TEA. J. B. Watson, The Grocer, Phone 151, Cor. San Antonio and Stanton Street. B3Ij PASO, TEXAS. S. 5- 5- z Crown Prince Constantine Gains Favor With the Army by Persistent Ef fortsThe Turks Begin a Syste matic Campaign to Crush the Little Kingdom. WE TURN DULL DAYS ! X-HXTTO BUSY" OITHS! At our store. 21(1 San Antonio street, we have just received two large ship nients of II ATT AX ROCKERS AXD CHAIRS Why keep that old chair or parlor suite when you can have stieh a nice chair or suite from us at such mod ern prices. Just imagine a nice RATTAN ROCK MR for 4.00, and some at less. Cull and examine our mammoth stock of everything. F-uLrni-Luire, Crockery and Oa.rjpets 21U San Antonio Street. EL PASO, TEXAS. Dest liked where best known ! THE Crescent Bicycle. CHEAP ONLY IN PRICE. It is a Bicycle Built for business. It's Made Right; It's Price IS RIGHT, ah London, April 30. The report that Usmau lJasiia is on nis way to Janma, Epirus, with Turkish troops is con firmed and the panic continues at Volo. The town is partially eacu ted. Berlin. April 30. Ambassadors of Eng-iand, Fran 'e aod Russia at Con stantinople hava asked the Turkish gov ernment to grant Greece amnesty. Vienna, April 30. ft is officially an nounced that (J-ee-e has assured the British and French ministers at Athens that the Greek fleet will not bombard Sal .nica. The Greek troops around Pharsalia are greatly encouraged by the round of visits made to the various camps by Crown Prices Constantine and his staff. Ir, is believed that discipline hits bsen restored. The crown prince is returning' to Athens on board asmall vessel. Thessaly, April 30. The Turkis army uucIt Edhem Pasha consists of two divisions. One is advancing upon Volo and the other to the plain of Pharsalia. A great battle is eminent Wants Cuba Recognized. Washington, April 30 During the de ay in reporting tne tariff bill Sen ator Morgan states that he will press for action on his Cuban resolution. He is determined to put senators on record and force a vote. lie argues that it is high time for the senate the recognized fact of war in Cuba. It is believed that McKinley will not objfct to fur nishing the senate with the corres pocdence in his po-session. Other Sects not Recognized. London, Aoril 30. Ministers and reprt set tat'.ve laymen of churches out side the pale of the established (or Episcopal ) church are up in arms iver the fact that, so far as they have been able to asjertain, no provision is to be made fur their rc-presentat'on at the ret g'ous services incident to the queen's jubilee, tor at any of the oHl cial functions conn-jcted therewith. For a com plete U p-to.-Date wheel for ladies or Gentlemen; choice of tires, handle bars, etc. Fully warranted. HOUCK&Dtl 1 L IMPORTERS and JOBBERS FINE WINES AND WHISKIES fT?NTrPQ fnj WILLIAM J. LEMP BREWING CO.. St. Louis, Mo -Li-Ll -L Vj 1UI PA.BST BREWING CO.. Milwaukee. Wis. 220 El Paso St. El Paso, Texas. WALL PAPER! PICTURE PUAMES AXD MOULDINGS. WINDSOR & NEWTON'S OIL AND WATER COLORS. PAINTER'S SUPPLIES. THETUTTLE PAINT AND GLASS CO. PHONE 206. EL PASO, TEXAS. Pine Merchant Xailormi And Gents' Furnishing Goods. 104 TCL PASO STRICT. EL. PASO TJ3TTAS Fine Tailoring AT The Lowest Prices. I have just received a fine line of tiilorinj goods from Chicago and have more oa the way, and am now ready to suit the public with Prices Never Before Equaled in this cily or J u irez. X'ono can competB with me on prices and furnish as Ore a line of good. Suits mile to order, $17 to $20. Pants made to order, 83. JESUS TERAN, 110 S. Oregon Street. . bicycl :s at prices ohebP traue is their main ideA i" T .MuCutche in, Payne iv Co. always Keep, trio lioost bicycl J, celeorated ru id s it is qu.tj cieir, f) capture fcCipital WHEELS they will supply, ami you c ui oitli-.-r KEN r or T UneqV'ed spjjd and grj,.re to yain, oa SDoi li'ifr, Itnubler w T-h. rJrri.. i. i 1..,.'.. .... .. l x ; . Carefully linished so btiutifully , riding as light a a YACHT oj tne seA T Happy tli3 cycl-ir who buys auy one, for no cno ca:i beat hiui quaking a ruX J Evening and morning alw.iys on hand, tandems aud singles best in the lanl) J 4. Our bicycle sundries an j cyclory, the most compote stock you ever did C Never so busy tnat we can't show, that none can opproaeh us in El Pasn II UY 4. 1 1 id Uird traiX' -f i n ii ill I i!i)iniilii K. s" l G. TO COMPANY. Music Store, Bicycle and Sewing- Machine Depot. Prisoners Goinff Insane. La Porte, Ind., April 30. A start ling stitemen'. is made in regard to con v.uss in the northern prison at Michi gan Ci'v. They ar said to be driven insane bv the enforced idleness as a re sult of the ab ;lihment of the system of f-oniract labjr. lieMveen uOO and bOO idle convicts are situated there. Female Iioningr Crew. Ithaca, N. Y , April 30. The Cor nell univerfi'y is certain to have a fe ma'e crew on the water. Saue collejie has organized a hoaticg association and a crew ba been sel-cted. Coswa'n Coiroa, ot 'varsity, is to otiiciate as coach. Practice will begin this forenoon. Alter the Flool. Guthrie. Okla., April 30. Two bodies nave beyn found and several re ported. Three whites are unaccounted for and many negroes still missing. Looting of houses continues and there is tD be lynchinsr if it is not stopped. There is much sickness due to exposure. Dr. J. Cowan , town. of Las Cruces, is in M. G. Jones of Fort Worth is Pierson. at the V. Cla-ke is down from Contractor H. the Selden daa. John Sanders is out for tho first time since ho broke his leg. Editor Anderson, of the Rincon Weekly came down today. HeDry D. Bowman, the Las Cruces banker, has returned from a business trip to New York. Mr. Fred Boldps, of San Francisco, an expsrt mandolinist is the guest of T. M. Rhomberg. Ed Watts was able to be out tiday, after a long siege with his injured eye. He got a b:t of s e:l in it. Frank Kropp. of Las Cruces, has re turned after sellinff ten cars of alfalfa in tbis city at $11.50 per ton. Mrs. J. W. lusher and children left for R ick Island, Ills., this afternoon over the T. & P. to spsnd the sunnier. Rev. II. W. Moore, the Presbyterian pastor, has removrd from North Stan ton s'.i-eut, to 322 North El Paso street. Rev. Hoffman left over this after noon's (J. H. for San Antonio en route to New York whence he will sail for Germany. Peto Web nor is on the streets again, as cheerful as ever. Nothing in the lin of adversity cm dimpen that man's spirit. Rev. M. L. Hoblitt.nvssioiiBry of the Ciirislian church at Juarez, left today over thi G. II. on a months absence in East Texas. S. M. Garrett a well known conduc tor running between Bir Spring ard 1'V'ft Worth, arrived this morning atd will cantinue west later to Los An geles. C. II. Young, superintendent at Al buquerque for Wells-Fargo Expret-s company has been trat sferrtd !o Denver as superintendent- of the Colorado and X'cw Mexico division. 'aptaiu Mo-erf Dillon returned this afteinoon 01 Un'G. II. from Washing ton Ho is coutiderit that h will he the next collector of the port of El 1'aso, ami is in g. iod so rits. A. P. R.igglcs gem ril yard miistpr of the Clm-rgo A- Alton utE t -1. Loui.-. an ! wilf. ari iv-i tl this mcrni' g ov."- th T. iS: P ,11 rare to L. An geles to attetd the O. It. C. convention, An Oil Gusher. Axdersox, Ind., April 30 Th3 oil boom continues and speculators are pouring in. The big gusher is running twice as many barrels per day as here tofore. Th3 Standard Oil carnpany has many agents at work trying to get hold of the gusher. JJeuy the Report. Washington, April 30. Officials of the Japauese lega'ion discountenance the re ).' ts that a hostile feelintr is brewing against the United States, or that it was generated in Japan by the arrival of the ehip Philadelphia at Honolulu. liush ifTl a Candidate. New York, April 30. A special to the Journal from Washington says: Governor Hushnell, of Ohio, has an nounced hinisoif as a candidate to suc ceed MarkHanna in the United States senate. The latter is worried over the fact. Kcady for the Opening. Nashville, Tenn., April 30. The Athens of the south is filling up with visitors preparatory to the formal in auguration on tomorrow of the exposi tion which marks the one-hundredth aauiveisiiry of Tencesioe's statehood. Mississippi Rising Again St. Louis, April 30. The river here passed the danger line and was thirty feet hitrh at nojn. At Alexandria, Mo., only four buildings are out of water. Telegrams from New Orleans show the levets there are under great strain. Cidet for Annapolis. Washington, April 30. w. T. Pryr, of S . Louis, has been selected by President McKinley to till the next presidential cadetship vacancy at An napolis. He is the ton of the auditor of the Wabash railroad. A Shake-Up Feared. New York, April 30. A general shake up in Northern Pacific affairs is expected to foilow the resignation of Pr side-it Winter. It is stated that Col Dan Lanont will be;ome president Wisconsia Arbor Day. Madison, Wis., April 30. In ac cord.if ce withaproc a nation issued by Go' ernor Scbolii l-l an Arbor diy fs lxj'nt g -noi-ai.'y cel-ibratel throughout Wisconsin. D' on ' ers j bear him 1 St- . I, who wil lecture nf-xt week L'ii . 1 of he ti"e-t -oe-.-k-1 f the aoutti. It will be a treat to i loutr to elect them -a it did BenCatlin is Chosen City Clerk, and the Firemen Get Some Dough The new city council met last night with the bran new mayor and a full deck of aldermen present, although Joon isrunner uid not snow up until lat9. There was quite a crowd present largely office seekers, both inside and outside of the railing. Ex-Mayor Camp bell was there, but off in a corner, and be ide him squatted on the floor, for lack of chair accommodations, Ex-Al derman Roberts and Assessor and Col lector J. H. Smith. Ex-Alderman Kachler, loomed up behind a big cigar, "ca-arn and kool." Ex-Policeman John son lolled with one leg over the railing waving his ancient rum of a brogan aud aessicated bock up ana down in a curve that would have delighted any student of analytical geometry. Judge 1 ownsend was perched on the record er's table under which he swuDg his feet with all the abandonment of a school boy, and a hum of expectancy pervaded the entire room A caucus had been held in the after noon by the new administration to trv and harmonize on the new city officers to be elected, but the experiences of the evening failed to show that anv- tning nice harmony had prevailed Mayor Magoffin took hts seat in an easy and off-band manner, "as though to the manner born," and gracefully acknowl edged the ovation accorded him from behind the railing. The reading of that nimble serial, "the minutes of the previous meeting" was dispensed with, ana tne new cierK win nave two or more sets to cheer the aldermanic heart with at the next regular meet- ng. The usual weekly bill for street work was allowed on motion of Mr. Clifford for the finance committee. Mayor Magoffin announced the fol lowing standing committees: Ordinances Coldwell, Scott and Robinson. Streets and Grades Whitmore, Cold- well ana Clifford. Building Del Buono, Whitemore and Burton. Finance Clifford, Coldwell and Del liuono. Taxation Robinson, Brunner and Clifford. Polic Burton, Robinson and Scott. Water and Fire Brunner, Whitmore and Burton. Acequia S?ott, Del Buono and Brunner. Mr. Julian for the fire department then came forward with a little re quest, and there was straightway a subdued smile and a hush as thousrh everybody knew what was coming. Mr. Julian a9ked "8500 for the repair of the fire apparatus" of the city, and the "general attention was rivetsd" on the council. The request was grant ed without a shadow of opposition. Mr. Julian smole a calm, pleasant In- oian summer-like smile as he swung his cane with easy grace and raised the tails of his coat to resume his seat. Then the crowd took up the quiet. unostentatious smile, as they realized now siicic tne little racket baa been worked; and as Theodore Tilton would say, it was "grace, tnercv and peace. Xo further explanations are necessary. A new theme of discourse was next taken up in the election of a new city cierK. ineiacttbat Mr. Kitchens bad proven one of the best clerks the city ever had, cut no appreciable amount of ice in tne case. He was a republican, ana tnat settled it. a " A good demo crat" was wanted and he was speedily louna. Mr. Whitmore nominated a. Catlin for the clerkship with a com plimentary speech. Thee petitions were read from W. K. Watson and Richard D. Meyer asking that thpy be pla-ed 'in nomination, and atlirmiog their sturdy determination to stand by tne municipal nag if it took all summer or a leg, or anything else, upon a ballot being taken the result was 6 for Catlin to 2 for W. B. Davis while the rest were not in it at all, and the chair declared Mr. Catlin "the choice of the convention." "A tremor of applause ran through the audience" as Ben Cat- in smote the palms of h;s hands to gether and exclaimed, "Oh, a load is off my mind! I'm out of the woods now, "and be smiled a smile as broad as a Virginia hoe cake, and almost wept for joy as the boys swarmed around and wrung both hands in congratula tion until his wrists were sore. The choice of a city attorney was then brought up, but upon Judge Cold- well s call, the council adiourned to the clerks office to "take account of stock." n twenty minutes the administration filed back and started in. The nominees were, George K. Wallace, W. S. Brack nd Judge Kemp. After three fruit- ess ballots the choice of a city attor ney was passed over, and the choice of city scavenger was taken up. Five pirited citizens aspired to be El Paso's Colonel Waring and to command the local division of the "White Wins-s." They were E. Morgan. A. B. McKie, ke Alderete, J. 1. Smith and Harrv Charman. Seven fruitless ballots were aken. Alderete and Charman led on the first ballot and on the second ballot Charman led. The third, fourth and fth ballots showed no chansre except that McKie came . up and tied Char mau on the fifth ballot. The sixth ballot showed all hands running in a uncn. It was evident that the office of cit v scavenger was anybody's game for the rest of the evening, so the contest was iven up, to be resumed at the next meeting; and the following petition as read by way of relief: "We, the undersigned, citizens, resi- ents and property owners of the south ern portion of the citv, East El Paso and Concordia most respectfully repre sent: ''That, from reports received from he Rocky Mountain region, we have eason to fear an unusual rise in the lver this spring and summer and nless something is done to increase he height o: the north bank of the river, below Stanton street, we are in anger of again being inundated as in A small amount of money or work udiciously expended now, may save tho loss of thousands of dollars to us n the near future, and we earnestly tition your honorable body to take t-e necessarv action to protect us from the threatened danger." The petition was referred to the lire and water committee in conjunction with the city engineer. Susan Tin ker petitioned for relir f from paying over again taxes she had already paid, and the communication was referred 10 tl e taxation commit tee. The council d.-ci Ifd to adjourn until toughs h' 11 tii : b . luting -ill be run tit, unl "! th : i-i y olH e s f it takes as a senator RIOTOUS COLLEGE KIDS. The Ann Arbor Threaten the Freshmen. POLICE GIVE PROTECTION The Senior Students Tlr?atu to Break np the Freshmen Ball and Spoil the Clothes of the Pretty Maids Who Attend A Cordon of Police Placed Around the College. A Persian Envoy Coming. Washington, April 30. The state depart ment has been advised by the United States minister to Persia that the royal embassy is now en raute to Wn.-ihintrr.nn unon an ininnptunt, mis. Stl'dentS siorl- It is surmised that the object 01 tne v:s:t is tointorm trie pre-iaent officially of the ascendency to the throne of Persia of a new ruler. Sev eral years since the Persian govern ment has had no accredited envoy to th United States and the embassy is bf-lieved to be coming here with a view to observing- affairs and report to its eovernmenf. on the advisability of re suming closer diplomatic relations. The last minister here excited so much coramr nt and was so persistently rediculed that he left the country ia haste. Ann Arbor, Mich., April 30. A repetition of the riotous proi eedings of three weeks since, wben Ann Arbor freshmen were kidnapped, treated to hair-trimming, and the girl folks de spoiled of their Sundav go-to-meetiotr clothes an l otherwise made to realize the hard lot of freshmen, is looked for tonight, when the other faction of the freshman class holds its banquet In this affair the regular class officers and members of the fraternity who were not counted in at the previous banquet win take part. A cordon of police will be drawn around Grangers' ba'l to afford protection, but the "rushes" will commence far away from this lo cality, and the probabilities are that the freshmen and their sister students may encounter some rough treatment before, 11 at all, they reach the ban queting board. Corn Trade in Mexico. Washington, April 30. The Unit ed States consul general at Nuevo Laredo, Mex., reports to the state department of a visit from the legation. Gulf Interstate Transportation commit tee appointed by governors of Kansas. Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas. They were particularly impressed with the opportunities which exist for the corn trade. This is the favored food of the people in Mexico, where it is worth a Mexican dollar per bushel. Mexican Officials gave assurance of earnest co operation, and when traasportation ar rangements can be perfected a vast quantity of corn will find a profitable market in Mexico. Saving's Bank Trouble. Chicago, April 30 For the first time since the Glob Savings bank fail ure, ex-Governor Altgeld has spoken. Recent intimations are hat he had a criminal knowledge of the banks rot ten a ss, and ther is talk of an indict ment. He denies tb at he got any bene fit from tne bank and says ha believe it all right. Dr. F. N. Brown created a fensation during today's hearirig before the grand jury by swearing that he favored that deposit ors should received warning of the bank's impending failure. A Terrible Suicide. Kansas City, April 30. Mrs. Dech man c iid in, tted suicide in Wyandotte county, Kansas, Thursday night, oa account of sickness. She saturated her clothes with kerosine went into the garden and touched it off with a match. In a few seconds her clothes were in flames and she was literally roasted alive. Her husband and neighbors were aroused by her terrible screams and did everything to save her, but she died at midnight in horrible agony. Outide of Civil Service. Washington, April 30. The gov ernment printing office, with its three thousand places, will probably be plac ed outside the restriction of the civil service law by an opinion of the attor ney general. School Children Will Strike. La Porte. Ind , April 30. Fifteen hundred pupils in the schools in this city threaten to strike unless the school board reinstate the teachers that were removed without cause. Cuban Government Organizing. New York, April 30. President Cisneros, of the Cuban insurgent gov ernment, has called a meeting of the constituent assembly of Cubans in arms. The met ng will elect a new president, remodel the present provis ional constitution and will be held in Guamirallo, Camagud.v, on September 2. The selection of presidential- elect ors will be held in the s'x states into which the Cubaa republic is divided during the first week in May. Each state will send four representatives to the assembly. President Cisneros is mentioned as a probable candidate for re-election. A Boy Train Wrecker Springfield. Ohio, April 30. Jo seph Black, ag(-d 10, is under arrest for trying to wrtck the Little Miami rail road train. He says he cannot tell why he did it. Anarchists Sentenced. Barcelona, April 30 Five more anareh'sis wVre convicted of complici ty in the bomb throwing which occur ed here last June and were sentenced to death. Dodging the Office Seekers. Washington, April 30. The presi dent is thoroughly refreshed by his three days respite from the office seek ing horde at the white house. Last night no visitors were admitted, and for four hours president signed ac cumulated commissions, mostly for! minor officials. Early this morning he took up the task agrain. A few visitors endeavored to evade the Fri day regulation of the white bouse, but the cabinet meeting was not disturbed. The crowd of office seekers, however, blocked up the corridors to Secretary Porter's room. The Rio Grande is giving us a gentle reminder of what may be expected lat er on. The east side approach to the Einhnm bridge went out last week, but a force of laborers from La Mesa have succeeded in repairing the break to a certain extent. Dona Ana Republican. I from Kentucky, Trouble Ext ected. LONDON, April 30. News has been received here that the kaiser has sign ed a treaty with the Orange Free Sta e. which greatly aseravates the strong anti-German feeling here. The press insists that Enslaud caused thetroimlo in Levant in order that Lord Salisburv might advanca his own en is in Africa, while the powers are watching Turkey and Greece. It would take little to make trouble between England and Germany. Pingree. Pioc aims Lansing, Mich , April 30. The twelfth an iiversary of ihe passing of the law crea ing Arbor Day, is being observed today. In his proclamation Governor Pingree, whi ti recommend ing the general planting of trees and shrubs, al-o laid stress upon the neces sity for taking more aud better care of the shade trews that abound beside the country roacs. Pure Food Co. gross San Francisco, Apr.l 30. Ti c sen timent that has teen created in this sta'e in favor of pure ford, and for the enforcement of the laws relating to food adulteration, wascvidenc d by the size and representative character of the Pure food cougress that as;cujbled in the chamber of commerce today. Minister to Greece. Atlanta, Ga., April 30 The an nouncement is made here tnat Rev. Isjaj Hopkins, of Atlanta, will be ap pointed minister to Grte-e. He is a college president and pastor of the Methodist church. He is also a uomc- crat, but au euregenic McKinley man. Warns Congress Washington. April 30. Hon. Ma- ehael D-ivitt, trie Iri-h leader here, is conferring w 1 tn senators who oppose the proposed pe ice tro.ity. Davilt. also opposes it a-id -ays be has come to warn congress against r,ngli,na s de sign. To Represent I'ncle Mini Dan villk. 111., Apr.l 2!) - Col. W. J. Calhoun his accepted the position of special legal counsel for ttio United States in tho Ruiz cas". He will leave for Cuba almost imiii dia'. Iv. Eugene Taylor, a linotype operator on the Denver Times, in eight hour3 made a record of 101. 8S0 ems. The previous record of 85,000 ems. was held by Baker of Seattle. Taylor's re cord was made during the ordinary course of the days newspaper work and from average copy. Much enthusiasm has been awakeDed at San Luis Poto i on account of the detnand for Mexican oranges in the United S-ates. It is estimated that oO.OOO oranges will be raised In the country between San Luis Potosi and Rio Yerde during the coming sea-oa. Greek Redress S cioiics. New Loxiio.V. I'orin., Apj'il Cuutiless ili I Greek Relies- s ci ton, and wiil lour the cast. an. r.tzza who is oivan zing s -ei.'ti.-s, is tuiw i 1 E-.is M rsa -Lusl Us mid Bret Newman, step-son of H. McCle- naham. who lives near Paducab, Ky., is only 0 years old, but be weighs 102 pounds and is 4 fet 51 inches in height. Heist iking on lle-h at the rate of three or four poun is a month. An enthu-instic Texas editor says there are ilowers and bees and cows enough in this state t 'Overflow a patch of ground like Massa husetts six feet deep with mild and honey. The "Triuitv" Epworth League has secured Dr. Stt-el to deliver a lecture on "Dixie" cext week. Let's give him a full house. 3 ltoby Day 3 Free for all over six months and undyr ten yeais old, at the Burge Art par.ors. Saturday, May the 1st, and Monday, May 3rd, from 8 o'clock a. tn. to i o'clock p. m. All little ones between the above ages will be photographed absolutely five of charge (Br ng them in any cloihes and have thim pictured in a uovel pose; The a'ove opportunity is presented for the purpose of iatro ducirg the superior productions in up-to-date photography at the Burge Art Parlors. Remember the days and the hours. And bring them in both old and young, it will do you good in days to come! Burge Art Parlors 2 12 214 Santa Fe St. Standard New York, Apr 'il ;-toik. 130. The st.i-.dard oil tock tod iy was "on the curb" at 300 high. st it. r at a nr-l. lis Silver Market JNE,V lOHK, April 3.1. Si. lead, 3.12i; Mexican dollars, 49. v i, oil : 'I Absolutely Pure. C-U'lirai -;1 f'i its it leavening streng th :n.;i nrult T'llm-s-, A-iur'H tht food tin-1 -lu -in.) nil forum --f aiiul'ersi tl 11 .-riiitiio t" -hcp i'rnnd Uoja BaUug Towder Co., New Vork.