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MIA JL PRICE FIVE CEJSTS. IOSHUA S. RAYNOLD3, FRISSIORNT; UL.YSSES S. STEWART, CASHIER; IE - FIEST NATIONAL Bil El Paso, Texas, Capital, Surplus and Profits H. L NEWMAN, Banker, W. H. AUSTIN. Cashier. H. I NEWMAN, Jr. Ass't Cashier. TtTl Paso, A General Banking Business Transacted. - Mexican Money and Exchange Bought andSold. Gold and Silver Bullton Bought. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. C. R. MOREHEAD, President. JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, Vice Pres. State National Bank, Established April, 1381. A legitimate banking business transacted in all its branchoe. Exchange on all the cities of the United States bought at par. Highest prices paid fo Mexican Dollars. gmm mmmmm mmmmm mm H McCutcheon Payne & Co sheldoit block: Largest and Best Stock of Bicycles and H Bicycle Supplies in ill. Paso. Bicycles to Rent or Sellv s Bicycle g Suits Ladies WE TUBN DULL DAYS ! I2STTO BUSY OZSTISS! At our store. 21ti San Antonio street, we have just received two larjre snip ments of RATTAN UOL'KKKS AMD CUAlUS Why keep that old chair or Darlor suite when you can have such a nice chair or suite from us at such mod ern prices. Just imagine a nice RATTAN KOCKEU for 4.00, and some at .ess. Call and examine our mammoth stock of everything. 1 XI. 7 F"u.rn.i-tvLr, Crockery and SIS San Antonio Btreet. "A house for every man, and Every man's house his temple." If rented, only "temporary." Had you thought about it? TELEPHONE 206. A good durable paint for this climate. Send for color card. $1.25 per gal. THETUTTLE PAINT AND GLASS CO. 319 San Antonio St. El Paso, Texas WALL PAPER. We Are Shedd's Bicycle Shop, SSn Ant. nio Street. REPAIRS & FOR YOUR WORK (JUAHA.MEED, Pursst Drugs. Latest New A. K. ALBERS & CO.. BRONSON BLOCK. HEADACHE ELTXIK Cures an; edthe. Trj It. M. W. FIX) URXOY, VICE PRESIDENT JOS. F. WILLIAMS, ASST. CASHIER. IE! $160,000 Texas J. C. LACKLAND, Cashier J. H. RUSSELL, Ass't Cashier. Shoes, and oots, Carpets EJXj PASO, TB2IA9. STOP PAYING RENT! OWN YOUR HOME! If you are pavinff rent and want a home for what your rent costs you, call on, THE STATE NATIONAL LOAN AND TKUST CO., Chas f. Zoerb, ag ent, room 2!) Bronson block, or the fol lowing oflieers of the local branch: E Krause, Pres.; J. H. Little, V.-Pres. J. A. Smith, Sec. and Treas.: A.G, Foster, Alt v.: R. H. Thorne, Dan Kel ly. Fred Grandover, E. C. Hull, H Clouchman, Directors. MASONIC BUILDING. AltTIST SUPPLIES. Still In It! -ao to- SUNDRIES HONEST I Ulll S. (liia i Decorator ad Dj signer. Instructions given in Fainting and Firinpr, Fhgte a specialty. Firing fi-ee to pupils, rttv dioopeuJuuel. 18!7. Mail orders solicited I For terms address: MRS- W- T- KITCHENS, 817 Wm OTrland Bt Bl Paso, Texas, EL PASO, 5 Y v .5. 5 5 I 5- t 5 5- x n Can't be Beat, t t t 5 OXJK Native valley straw berries. Every berry ripons on the viae. Come in fresh every morning. FOE. A stood cup of coffee try our fresh roasted Mexican three pounds for one dollar. FOR A coo'ing summer drink why not try our Wild Cherry Phos phate? There Is erotish in a S cent bottle to make 10 quarts. WE'VE 4 Also got Hires "r'ady todrink" Koot 15eer, carbonated, at Wc. per bottle. I J. B. Watson, The Grocer, Phone 151, Oor. San Antonio and Stanton Street. Best liked where best known! -THE Crescent Bicycle. CHEAP ONLY IN PRICE. It is a Bicycle Buiit for business. Its Made Right; It's Price IS RIGHT, k3y S . ltd fc For a complete Up-to- Date wheel for ladies or uentiemen; cnoice of tires, handle bars, etc. Fully warranted. u n urur 11 u. UiiLj wmm Slusic Store, Bicycle and bew- ing 3IacUiue Dexot. if ""-iT-rri --'iiin IP W. Carmack of La Luz is in town on business. H Van F. Farnam of Denver, is at ti e PierrOD. E. W. L. Duford, of s at the Pierson. Sierra Mojada, Capt. J. E. Young 's lying seriously ill at the county hcspnal Capitan and Mrs. Dillon left today on four months trip to .New lork state. J. V. Webster of the Pacific Express cmpa'v, is at ine fierson. trom Dort Worth. M s-rs. Collins and 13'ick of the Tex as car service association are in town from Houston. Collec'or Davis has gone to Detr.ing to receive J,u(J0 head ot cattle imported by that route. U. G. Thomas' little boy was sr nt this af'.ernoon to Sin Francisco to visit with his fathr r. George Harper &ni Will Wat?oa have returned from ih.ur Hueco Tanks trip much improved in health. Mrs. L. A. Sherman arrived this af ternoon from Phoenix in attendance on her father Key. Dr Sabin of this city who is ci-i'iettiiy m. Joe Dwyer returned tn;s attirnoon from a prospecting trij) west. He brought b:ck s me of his treasures in a handkenni- I, unu nis Irienus are wondering if Ms Una will pan ont $40,- 000 in gold to the ton. The Arizona Board of Equalization fixed vilnat ns as folljvs: The Southern, Facitic, $(70; per mi:e; At lantic & Paean?, -toOOO: Marie jpi Sc Ptoenix & Salt li ver Val!ey, irl'JOO; Xew Mexiio !t Arizona, -i'1200: Ariz-n!i Xc Mexico (narrow gunge). $.'i34(; ? riz-iDa ii Soirhta-itean (13-.nson and Bisbi e), $5oti0.03. Arizona Ceotral (logging road out of Flagstaff), $501) for the road. Pul!in;iu palace cars are i;s-sl-ss. d at 4000; Pullman to;n :st, $1200. Toe rate art. : s-juthern l'a ; i lie, $2';0 per mile, Mai ieoi a Phoenix & Salt lliver Vailey, &5'.)0; Xcw Mexico Arizoia, $0; Arizona iS: Southern, S50. Since the accession of Qjf-en Victoria to the Br.t'.sh throne France i.a- lieen a monarchy, a repupho tw ce. an e-.npire; it has had one U i ng, one emperor, seven presidents u- d va ious urovi&io; al g -v- t nunents and governments of defense. M.rtln Van H,.rn wh ina-.onv r. d ore- sident of the United tetateathe vear she ascended the throne. We have had 16 other residents, and onlv three of them are now alive, ' rt Jit 1- "MAW- -'iitryiV U JL33 TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUJVE The Day's Doings in From the World. Brief FOR AFTERXOON SERVICE Many Events That Occur During a Day are Told Promptly hy the Herald. Mueh News of Interest to theReae ersof This Paper. Head End Collision- WOOSTER, Ohio, June 26 A fright ful head end coliis on took place at Milltrsburg tbis mornirg at the Cleve land, Akron & Columbus railroad cro-sinjr. Tbe braich train ran onto the Cleveland tracks as a passenger train bearing a party of excursionists from theGo' dcich Rubber works, catne thundering along. The collision was frightful and the tracks are S3 badly blocked that it is almost impossible to get any informat'on. A telephone mes sace states that six piS'jngers were t-iken from the. wrecked coaches. T' re? will die. Frank D nois, the en gineer, was mortally injured. All the physicians in Mille'sburg, were called out to care for ihe injured. The foilowirg is a litt of the serious ly injured, all of Akron: PhUip Rose man, both legs broken, wil! die; Elias Garner, leg broken, hurt internally: Frank Hilton, h!p broke-; Edward Hilton, leg broken, back hurt: Frark Miller, !egs and baods hurt; J. M Lil ly, back hurt: Atthur Coooer, leg broken: Harvey Fuller, ba-ily hurt: Ot:s Crawford. s-:-riojs!y injured. It is stated that the excursion train was live minutes ahead of time. Diitain's Naval Review. Southampton, June 26. The jubi lee crowd his hi-eu transferred from Lordon to this place for today's great naval review off Split Head. The town is in gala array, the provincials having outdone Lji don in tte matter of deoo rations. Americans are in evidence on land and sea. Great Britain gives a magnificent rhow of her sea power. The UniteJ States wss represented by one solitary warship, the Brooklyn, but she is a beauty and commsnJs much attention. Tno morning was foggy, nd rot until noon did the sun come out. The sci-ne was woc-derfuily bril liant. England is the naval power of tin world an i such a magnificent sea pageant wa ns-ver b-fora witnessed in the world's history. . The Results of War London, .lime 2t. The Turks are devasticg Tl essaly. Larissa now re sembleD a ity cf the dead. All tt.e houses exoept tne restaences ot omcers have been completely stripped of everything they conta'neJ, and housjnus ot Iaol-3 or piuna-.r has oeeu emovt d by otlic1: rs for their privato account. lium'Tj ara in circulation that the ci-y will be burcel when eva cuated. Xiue vllae-has been looted. The Turks belt th'3 villagers, and exact tiDes in mocey, cattle and wool. Oilier Seeker Rohbetl. Washington, June 6. Dr. M. Uarnsou, of Houston, Texas, has been here for several weeks bshing for the 1 ostollica of that city, with the most indifferent success, lie today lnurraea the police that some one took his pock et oook frt ru under his pillow while he r-lept, leaving him utterly penniless. Harrison is a colored man, and n a is the first reported instance of an office seeker slei ping. A Gay Lothario. Chicago, June 26. Actor RatcliffV, accused ol cruelty la Dealing nis who, iu Xev; York was released on $5000 bail aud immediately hunted up a frier d for a promenade around town, lookidg gay aud merrv. Several soji:ty you' women are trying to have him explaiu why he posed us a sicule man. Alter a litf Plum. New York, June 26. Senator Pla!t arrived tuday to oo the heavy work on his plan lo capture the Greater N-.w York election. The utxt mayor will have almost autocratic power, will serve four years ai.d have seventy mil lion dollars to spend annually. Entertaiuing Delegates. Cincinnati, O.Jnce 26. The en tertiiin meut of the delegates trom Mo.v ico, South and Central America, will begin tonigut, when tney arrive aud continue uutil Tuesday eveuing. All will attend servicts at fct. Petit s ca thedral tomuriow. A S:j(,0t0 Blaze. UTICA, Oaio, June 26. This plac had a $30,000 tire this nio;-uitig that threatened to wipe L'tica off ine map Thirtesu builaiugs were totally tie stroytd. Tne Newark tire uepartmcn arrived in time to save the town. Racing iu England- London Juie 26. At Liampton park today tne corua-.iou cup valued at. 1.000 sovereigns, was wou by ictor Wild; Chassuer tecosid, P. Lurillard Siudy third. CI erokee Indian Couvention. TAIILEQUAH, 1. x., dune Zl. A cor.- ven-ion ol fali-bioodcd Cherokee ln- uiau-i is in session here ai.d reauhe. the agreement to treat witu tLe Dawe comuitrsion. A C ngi essinan's Funeral. Chicago, June 20. A special ca bearitig the booy of Congccssiuan Cooke : arrivtd in Chicago ibis m-)ruing. The funo. al will occur tomorrow. Au Ex-Mayor Suicides. PERU, ills., June b. hs-.Uayt r Lattu ai.lei h mself this inoi iiir.g tou tiuued )il healtu and financial loss caused ui spundeucy. The Eiiglisliiuen Wou. LONDON, Juub a0. Cricket match between PuiladeJphia aud Oxford uni versity, ended toaay in a victory f tLe Englishmen ir-,i o,., .. ,i. Pl t'Seilt t mleutia IS, I Rome, June 26. Wiliiam F. Diu.-cr new U. S. ambassador, wi 1 prosen his credentials to ivtn,r Mumhert on Tuesday, 20, 1897. Til a PLAZA CONCERT. A Successful and Pleasing Perf finance Last Xight Before a Large Crowd. The concert last night by the Mc Giuty band turn d out thirty-six mer, the largest number in its history, and the protrram was made up of different class-es of music, so that the admirers pf the heavy, medium and light compo sit'ons could all hear according to their respective tastes. The instrumenta tion of the band was as follows: Con ductor, piccolo, flute, one E flat and four B Hat clarinets, oce oboe, five saxapbones, one bassoon, six cornets, four altos.one trumpet, two trombones, one baritone, four basses, and threa mn in the battery. Every uniform but one was in use, and other uniforms have been sent for from Philadelphia so that forty one musicians can be pro vided for. The scores for the evening were well s leeted. For the heavy music, there was one of the most popular composi tions written in the Simiramede over ture, and the ever welcome march from Tannhause-, while for tte who might not be satisfied with thet-e, there were gems from Stephen Foster such as Suaoee Ribber. Come Whe- e my Lo'e Lies Dreamingj My Old Kenticky Home and a regro melody that might not have been '"old zip coon," but suggest ed it. A-nd then there was the Danube Waves Waltz which men and boys whistled as they went home afterwards The Turkish patrol is always we lcome, and is a standard selection everywhere, and Gilmore's March was well receiv ed. But it is interesting to note that the heaviest numbers on the program ret ceivtd the most ap.clause. The Nigh Alarm, the descriptive piece, was ruin ed by the S. P. yard enaioe and a dou ble header freight. The runner of the first engine on that freiyht seamed to think it was such told weaiher that he must keep his cylinder cocks open until the cylinders heated up so that the steam would not condense iu the frig d atmosphere, and work the water hammer ra ket on him. The infernalsh-s-sh!sh-s-s sh!sh-s sh! with theclangiog of beUs, and the following running up and down of the yard engine did their work and the Nieht Alarm number was wind and talent wasted. It will be a eood thing for p'aza con certs anyhow, when freight trains are run over the new levee and the wild fiendish whoop and clangor of that S. P. yard engine will no longer be heard in the heart of the city. The band played in good fjrm, time and tune, the" horn quartet from Simiramide being- given l etter than even the players themselves expected. The new E flat clarinet player, Mr. Her, a local attorney, is an acquisit:on to the band hihI he will do very well. The wind was strong and gusty, so that people on the east side of the park could not hear the softer passages, and the young paople while not t-o trouble some, were not us quiet as would have been desired. G'rlsof 16 and 17 were no'iced araoag the offenders. Of course there were kickers, so oe kicked b-v c-tusa they were on the side of the plaza f ie wind came from and evideot ly thought the band and band stand should hive been moved over onto Mesa avenue for their particular hene- t: and others (one ef whom had taken he pains to write a complaint to this oflice) are kicking breause the music was "too c.asstcai" for toeir altogetv er cumature musical ualates. If the Stephen Foster selections were "too lassical ' for them, they had better tay at h"me concert- nights, and di ect their attention to matters not as tfcely to cripple thf m under the hat as S-.vanee li ve" if they th'.nk that the andisgo:ng to plav pop goes the weasel, sing a song of sixpence, a pocketful! of rye, the queen of hearts he stole some tartsail on a summer day, humpty dumpty sai on a wall, Jack and Jill went up the hill to get a nail of water, father's pants are bagy at the knees, mother's teeth are plug ged with tin, etc.. these captious peo ple are going to get left. Tney had better save their wind, writing pa per and postage stamps. By a general request the jvicirinty band will play next Friday night, The Cocoauut DaDce:" and it will be- in order the next day for some bumpti ous person to write to the pap- rs pro- tetirg acatnst the plaza pvosjranis Ce ng loaded down with such intensely classical and heavy music as '"The Coeoanut Dance." Boundary Coiuiuissiou. The commission has completed: 1) the investigation of jurisdict'oa of siezure of cattle near Ysleta; (2) lixing monuments at the island of baa Eliza rio, tweniy-one in all, made by the El P.i so Foundry and Machine company: (3) fixing point of international jurisdiction on two bridges at Eagle t'Hss aud I'ornrio uiaz, also on two bridges between Lare-o and Nuevo Laredo. The monuments are 6 ft. hirh of cast iron weighing 00 ibs ; (4) per mission given tne authorities of Mata- uioras, Mcx , to remove the old jetty and to construct a new one parrallel to bank; (o) permission given United States authorities at i-ort Brown to construct defensive works in froat of administration buildit g; (0) permission given to au- horities at Fort Brown to construct defenses at old artillery barracks 1,500 feet iong; (i) Hidalgo jetties case not settled yet The boundary commission has got through a great amount of work in the last few weeks. Senator I'e'itigrew Stricken. Washington, June 20. While Mr. Pett grew was declaiming passionately on the lloor of the seuato this after noon auainst the ta- iff' he was taken ill, overcome by excite.nent. A physician was summoned who thinks he ruptured a blood vessel of the brain. He was re moved to his home. Ket Against Fate. Lakxed, Kan., June 26. Con. Wil liams, a harvest hand, bet he could uu-l-'iid a birge in ten minutes. The task ii rd .n.ir.ly needs two men. Tne ther mometer registered lt'2. Wiiliums started at the work but fell uneouocious aud ;oj11 died. Hail Refused. Chicago, June 23. Bail was refused Adolph L. Luetgv rt hy Judg-3 tiibbims this morning. ihe court &id there wore too many points agiinst Luetyert .hit impi cated him in tnis dtsappear ancj of his wife. Novelist Dead. London, June 26. Mrs Margaret Ohphj.u., novelist, is dead aged b'J. Metal Market. New York, June 26. Silver, 60 lead, 4,2-3, I -- .-. .'. .it. For Next Week we Big Inducements ii In the Following - m WHITF Grinds and Lawns $ " '0 0 TABLE Cloths, Damasks and Napkins at greatly re-g H duced prices. 0 0 TURKISH and Linen towels at very low figures. 0 jj MARSEILLES and Domestic White Bed Spreads, we are now selling cheaper than anyone in the city. M : S I yyE have just received a beautiful line of genuine g & imported Irish Homespun ready made skirts 0 J and shirt waists to match. Remember we do not sell g I? you imitation or so call union linen, but the genuine.0 J goods as cheap as some of our competitors sells you 0 the imitation. $f " X 0 AND again we wish to remind you that we are theg 0 sole agents for the Schilling Corset company, 0 0 manufacturers of the "American Lady" Corset, byg Tar me Desi maue, uesi maieiiai aim ucai nuing set in the world. Their cord, tion. These corsets are .. .- AT BLU1 ii - Next Door to State National Pa nk. if 00 00000000000000000000 THE MILLER, CASE- The Jury Disagreed And Were Dis charged Totlay. Special to the Herald. Pecos, Texas, June 26. A telegram from Eastland this sfterroon announ ces that the jury in the J. B. Miller case disflgrt ed and were discharged. Tbe jury stood as follows: Ten for murder in the first degree; one for mur der in the second degree and one for acquittal. Fire at New Orleans. New Orleans, June 26. The four story brick rice mill of Ernest Broth ers was burning today. The loss wilt reach a quarter of a million. Hern-shi-im's mammoth cigar factory was also threatened. There was a panic among tbe thousand girls and men em ployed there, most of whom escaped by the" iron tire escapes. Police Sergeant Clifton was overcome by heat, and hi8 condition is serious. Became an Idiot. Denver, June 26. The department of Colorado issued orders this morning for the removal of Private George Washington, of the 24th infantry, who, owing to the awful loneliness of his position as sentinel near Fort Douglas, Utah, became in ons night a gibbering idiot. Will Accept the Governorship. PARIS, June 26 M. Drose, ex-premier of Switzerland, has informed the French foreign minister that he is will in j to take the governorship of Crete, nrovided the appointment be made . . .. provisional at nrst. Rice War Off. Washington, June 26. President MeKinlev was notified this afternoon by the governor of Florida that the expected race war at Key Wet-t was off and that troops were not needed. The absolutely pure BAKING POWDER. ROYAL the most celebrated of all the baking powders in the world cel ebrated for its great leavening strength and purity. It makes your cakes, biscuit, bread, etc., healthful, it assures j'ou against alum and all forms of adulteration that go with the cheap brands. ftovftk akin retMBia aa.. ma iam. .fr''?tr-l VOL. XVIL NO. 152 j-k!.-sii!kJtiJi'jf'k Will Give You. 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 I zzza at manufacturers' prrces 0 bicycle corset beats there- It guaranteed to give satisfac-0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 Washington Notes. Washington, June 26. Officials here are still awaiting advices from Florida which will justify them in ordering federal troops to Key West to preserve life and good order there. No advices were received up to 11 o'clock. " The threatened race war seems to have subsided somewhat. The republican members of the fin ance committee tms morning, in ac cordance with the caucus decision, placed a duty on hides at 20 per cent ad valorem. Kates. on chemical sche dule were also agreed upon at today's meeting. On the authority of the acting chap lain of the senate in prayer this morn ing, there are signs of returning pros- oeritv and tbe long and widespread period of depression is passing. Today's session oi tne senate oegan with the roll call. Only 5 senators were present and the sergeant-at-arms was ordered to request the attendance of the absentees. When a quorum was finally obtain ed, in the senate Harris, of Kansas, re ported a resolution for the government paying off the liens on the Union Paci fic railroad. Morgan reccommendel the report and spoke elaborately, but yielded to Allison and the tariff bill at noon. The sugar question came up and called out a heated debate. Couvicted of Embezzlement. Omaha, June 26. Ex-State Treasu rer Joseph Bartley, was convicted of embezzling taxes, and was sentenced to twenty years in tbe penitentiary and fined over three hundred thousand dol lars. Shot in a Hold Up. Omaha, Neb , June 26. C. R. Pond, of Corning, Iowa, was fatally shot while cix men were trying to hold up the pas sengers in a Burlington train in the local yards early this morning. IENTHALS.