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EI PKICE FIVE CENTS. EL PASO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1897. VOL. XVIL NO. 234 JOSHUA 8. RAYNOLDS, PRESIDENT; ' ULYSSES S. STEWART, CASHIERS THE EIEST NATIONAL BANK El Paso, Texas, Capital, Surplus and Profits H. L. NEWMAN, Banker, W. H. AUSTIN, Cashier. H. A General Banking ' Mexican Money and Exchange Bought and Sold. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOB RENT. Bullion Boug ht. 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 fo' Mexican Dollars. About our shoes, they are made "upon honor," by man ufacturers whose reputations are not for sale. We've got enough faith in these shoes to stamp our name on every pair, and we are selling them TPTilW & SON, WALL PAPER. R.ememtr Titaat "We Are WINDOW GLASS DEALERS. THE TUTTLE PAINT AN D GLASS CO. 810 San Antonio St. TELEPHONE 806. SOMETHING NEW! .All New At Springer's. All of our old stock was burnt and must have new goods to take their places. T H. IP RENTGKEIi, Furniture, Orookery carpets. 16 San Antonio Street. PLUMBING We have secured the services petent plumber of fifteen years and are prepared to do any kind this line. Jobbing attended to promptly. All we ask is a trial. 0. C. TANNER & BRO., 219 El Paso Street. samm mmmmm mmmmm mm mis. 25.00 1 $35.00 THESE AK Oni PRICES FOR NEW 1897 WHEELS. 501 Commencing August 11th, until all are sold, we -23 .will close out our stock of bicycles at greatly reduc-2 E ed prices. Special prices on all sundries. zzz H McCutcheon Payne & Co j g SHELDON BLOCK. 3 Tium iuiiiui mum umuu mmfz W. FLOURNOY, VICE PRESIDENT WILLIAMS, ASST. CASHIER. SI 50,000 I NEWMAN, dr. Ass't Cashier. Texas Transacted. Business Gold and Silver J. C. LACKLAND, Cashier J. H. RUSSELL, Ass't Cashier. THERE ISN'T ANY GUESS WORK at half usual profits. Shoe Dealers. VARNISHES. El Paao, Texas MASONIC BUILDING. XDj PASO, TEXAS. M. JOS. F, TINNING HARDWARE of a corn experience of work in $30,001 $40.00 1 THESE ARE OUR PRICES FOR NEW 1897 WHEELS. ' FINHJ TAILORING. AT PRICES Never Before Equaled. Svits made to order $20 to 925. Panta made to order to JESUS TERAN, 110 S. Oregon St. Mr INTERESTING To kQOff wbere to make your pur chases, get the best at the lowest pos sible rate, and feel satisfied that your treatment has been just. In the grocery line, we have made it to the interest of our friends, to give us their patronage. Everything has been exactly ss representee!, and the public appreciate business run on this p'ane. This is not boasting,but a fact. For further proof call on J. B. Watson, The Grocer, Phone 161, Oor. San Antonio and Stanton Street. EL JPASO, TKXA3. $10 PERb?ysNTH $10 .a. nisro SELECT ONE OF THESE. (All modern styles up-to-date 1897 goods.) THE A. B CHASE the only octavo pedal, THE FISCHER the artistic piano of America. THE CROWN a piano and orchestra combined. THE STERLING Sterling in quality well as in name. as THE SCHILLER costs less worth IOO money cents on every dollar of cost l G. WALZ COMPANY, Music Store, Bicycle and Sew ing Machine Depot. El Paso, - - Texas. t. . J. J.A V T "X I 'I 'I ft I I B 11 - "- - '4 "I" "l" I Housekeepers, Attention ! Do you know we have at present inj oar large and vari-d stock somei choice bargains In..... j B EnROOM SUiTS edsteads ed Springs ed Clothing, and Tots of all kinds. i REMEMBER! Everything In this department in be- 1 low first cost of the most extensive furniture dealers. j ECONOMY STORE. 105 107 East Orerlard St. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT The Mods' Building! f l TAKES THE HORN VA. X One of the latest structures of E. 4 Krause Architect. 7 he he st build- $ lngs In the city, both public and prl- vaie, are of my designs. Get com- 4" petition and save mouey. Come and f see me if you tnink of building, E. KRAUSE. I Room 55 Sheldon Block. J EL PASO, - - - - TEXAS. Another Three Timer. Results talk. When any other life insurance company on ear: n show 6 up a single iDstar ce where it has paid, to beneQclay three times the lace of tbe policy, it will thea b in order to talk of competing with Tbe Mutual Life At present it bae no competitor. It is continually paying"tbree-timers." THE CITY SAVINGS BANK. Incorporated 1859. BBIDGFPORT. Conn., April 10, 1897. Mr. John. W. Nichols, gee eral agent. Dear Sir. We beg to acknowledge the rec eipt of jour favor of the 9th Inst., and the chec't for the proceeds of po1 icy No. 2 078, Tbe Mutual Life Insurance company, on the life of Horace Nichols, late president of the City Savines BanH. The original amount of this policy was only $2,000, but the accumulations came to $4,072, so that the entire amount received by us is $6,072. Facts like these are very eloquent. With many thanks, we re main, Your rep. ctfulty, WM. B. HlNCKS, Geo. M. Baldwin, Executors. S. H. NEWMAN, Mutual Life. Mrs. J. A. Nabb's vocal studio will reopen Oct 1. Lessons in vocal and guitar will be given. Hours from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Day's Doings in From the World. Brief FOR AFTERNOON SERVICE Many Events That Occur Daring' a Day are Told Promptly by the Herald Much News of Interest to the Read ers of This Paper. Tammany's Nomination Fell Flat. New York, October 1. There was a great crowd of unreconstructed 16 to 1 Bryanites ia front of the Grand Central Palace last night during- the Tammany convention, They bad not been (riven tickets for fear they would raise a dis turbance. One man in tbe doorway supplied the information to those out side. "The platform don't mention silver," yelled the sentinel; the crowd groaned; "nor Bryan," he added; there were loud hoots aDd cat calls. "Van Wick is nominated," he said after a while. "One yel'ow dog," veiled the crowd. "And Coler," was the next announcement. "Two yellow dogs," responded the crowd vociferously. "Ruppert," came next. "Three yellow dogs." "Whoopee rah for Henry George!" and tbe crowd scattered. This wus an actual incident. Tammany's ticket is being received here with a s'orm of disapproval even from the organization men. There is talk now that Van Wycke will be pull ed off, and some man better known substituted. Andrew H. Green, the father of Greater New York, and Cbas W. Dayton, postmaster, are mentioned Van Wycke's conduct at the French ball ha3 ben brought out and the tick et is named the "French ball ticket.' Bryan men have served notice that they will not tolerate any "yellow dog' ticket this year. Mousy Talks. Washington, October 1. Repre sentative and Senator-elect Money of Mississippi, is itcniog lor trouble. only wish that Spain would send a fleet over to Cuba." said Money in discuss ing the report that the mother coun try intended to fortify Havana. wi?h, too, that France or some other country might join in with Spain to protect the island, mere is no dan ger of England taking the side of Spain. She knows it would Da a losing game. expect to see trouble over Cub this winter.. 1 do not believe that congress can be longer held in cheek and the crisis is sure to come coon. I have not been studying the situation of our for eign affair for coining . lor tne last twelve months, t he administration is as powerless to check this Cuban fever as it would be to salt tbe great lakes.' A Peculiar People. London, Oet. 1. No less than four ten members or the sect known as the 'Peculiar People, ' and whose tenets correspond in a large degree with the Christian Scientists of the United S ates are awaiting trial in different parts of the country on tbe charge of manslaughter growing out of the fact that-they allowed their cbidren or oth er members or tbeir families to die without medical attendance, contenting themselves with prayer and the laying on of hands. In one case in this city a child was ill with typehoid fever for four week?, but the father as he tea tified, "trusted -in the Lord," The child died and the father is in jail. A Panic Striken Town. London, October 1 The prevalence of tjpbo'd fever at Maidstone, Kent, is increasing and trade is absolutely at a tatdstill. There are now twelve hundred cases of tbe disease, and 45 deaths are reported during last night. Some of the residents have become panic stricken over the alarming state of affairs, and tbe continual tolling of church bells denoting the burial of the dead. Many are leaving their homes. New York's National Democrats New York, October 1. Now that the ciiizet'B, Tammany and republicans have placed their city tickets in the field the national democrats or gold adherents propose to make the fight a four cornered one. Tonight their con vention will be held -at Cooper union and unless oiler counsels prevail a ticket will be put in the field on the principal that the national democrats will stand by tbeir colors. Disagree Over Bones. Chicago, October 1. Bones again covered the tables in Judge Tuthill's court room when tbeLuetgert trial was resumed this mo-niog. Professor Dor- sey. refuted Dr. Alport s statements and the session was given over tbe dis agreements of the medical experts and chemists. The trial is growing wearisome to the crowd of onlookers. Fifty Families Homeless. . Chicago, October 1. Fifty families in the village of Wi!low Springs, six teen miles from Chicago on the drain age car a', are homelets this morning, as a result of a are which wiped out half town and deetroyed a large amount of property at 3 o clock this morning. The tire is suppjfced to have been in cei diary. Bank President Suicides. Kingfisher, O. T., Outober 1 Fred D. Warneck, president of the Peoples' Bank of Kinyfisher, was found in his room hanging, dead. Warnecke was weal hy and without family. So causa fo tbe deed is known. Mrs. Lingtry's frogram. London, Ociober 1. Mrs. Langtry makes tbe announcement that ?he has retired from the stage and that her steam yacht, White Lady, will be sold. Her racing stable will be retained and her horses run as heretofore. Indiana Mari-h Fires. New Castle, Ind., October 1. The marsh flres east of this city are raging more fiercely than ever and farmers are working night and day to save i their property. The fire has already done great damage. 1 The Markets. New York, Ootober 1. Silver 65 J; lead 4.00. The (a Insnector Mehan is back from Silver City. J. T. Logan went to Dallas this af ternoon. John Lyons went to St. Louis this morning. Mrs. J. A. Miner left for Kansas City this morning. Charles Stevens and wife have gone to Lordsburg. Maury Turner has returned from his Tennessee trip. E. F. Leonard and wife went to Chi cago this morning. Juda-" Fall and wife came down this noon from the north. Contractor W. T. Harris arrived this afternoon from the west. C. B. Smith of the Pecos Valley News, is in town to attend conference. Mrs. George Rich left for San Fran cisco on business this afternoon. Professor Smith returned this noon from a business trip to Granada. Clerk W. B. Walton of the third district court is in town from Las Cru- ces. Ex-Cierk Curry, of the U. S. court at Lincoln, arrived this noon from the north. Mrs. D. O. Coleman has returned from a three months' visit in Los An geles. George Bovee and wife have return ed from Lordsburg. Their many friends are glad to 6ee tnem bdet. R. L. Young and wife, John P. Casey, Jr., H. P. Holt, and Prof. Robertson came down from Las Cruces this noon. Rev. B. C. Matthews, of Dardanelles, Ark., arrived this morninir over tbeT. & P. for transfer to the New Mexico conference. Engineer G. N. Marshall has return ed from Crittenden where he spent some six months. He eays the business outlook in Arizona is excellent. W. B. Tcull leaves early in the wek for Albuquerque to act as joint agent mere. The G. H. pay 'car arrived this morn' int, and the boys are happy. Major tinaer . and nis car return east to morrow. General Agent Houghton of the San ta Fe arrived this noon from Chicago and will take hold of the work im mediately. The friends of John L. Evans, of the O. H- shops, are ouietlv intimating mat ne n g ;tting ready to become mar ried next weak. General Solicitor A. C. Campbell, of tne j.. x f. arrived this morning from uauas, and went immediately north over the Santa Fe. Engineer of maintenance of richt of way j. i. Manioi tneti. a. and family, went uo san r rancisco tms at oar noon in Mr. Mahl's private car. X wo official Dbot02-raohrs of th lexas & Pacific, Messrs S. M. Hyman and J. H. Bunting arrived this morn ing from Dallas to take views for the new Texas & Pacific uuarterlv. S R. Williams has gone to Toneka in attendance on tne Brotherhood Locomotive Firemen which meets there on Monday. Mr. Wi liams rep resents the Rio Grande division of the Santa Fe. The G. H has resumed its train service between San Antonio and Houston. Dr. Yandell savs there has been co need of Texas communities quarantining each other. The state is free from the saffron scourge. The Southern Pacific com nan v has completed an examination of its train men, dispatchers, station agents and section men west of El Paso and Ogden tor color Diinaness. There were about 2500. Out of th s numbsr, the sight of 193 was found to be defective as to colors. Two more engines, Nos. 187 and 188 arrived last night for the Mexican Cen tral, and there will be about eighteen more to follow on the last order. The engines are like the machines sent down last c-pring, and have all the latest patent improvements of Snpt. Johnstone's invention. These include he draw bar-pilot bar combination acd he tripp'e brasses in the iournal boxes. NVw Buildiug. There are thirty residences be ins?- erected now in this city, and a pro minent architect Ba.s that thirty more will go up before January 1. Business men who have been renting, ee that it is cheaper to occupy houses of tbeir own and are building. The favorite loca'ioti is north of S. P. track on the hill. Heretofore, residences costinff from $1,200 to $1,800 have been therul. Now be cost ruas up to $3,000 Mrs. Kaichn. ateiy of Marfa, is about to b jlld a $.'!.- 300 residence on Ni rh Kansas S'reet which will have twelve rooms, and be very attractive two story structure. Then Contractor Clowdman is building aiso on ivansas street a nine room re sidence to cost $3,000. One archit-.'ct savs there has been a proposition to build in tbis city a $28,- 000 apartment nouse with eitrhtv rooms io suites, and the scheme may vet bo curried) out. If the Myrtle avenue lake was only drained Texas street could beigradtd.thriugh-tfca iow-1 and, and long lints of cottage residences built there fer raltoad people who would thus be living within easy cll of their respective roads. C. H. Kinder representing a music company in hi I Paso did some very satisfactory work in Pecos last week n the way ot tunlDg and repairine pianos. Pecos News. FOUGHT OVER A GDI Sledge Hammer Blows Caus ed Both Fighters to Die. THE SEQUEL TO A PARTY. Two Young Men at a Party Become Angered Through Jealousy and Have a Hand to Hand Fight to Death An Exciting Time. New York, October 1. Two stout young man fought a deadly hand to hand contest over a gin on tne dancing platform at Dexter Parle, iiidgewood, early this morning. 1 he crowd or men and women stood around in a circle and looked at the spec table, urging on the principals. One of the men finally re ceived a fatal blow and dropped dead. The other is dving today from the ef fects ef his injuries. The principals to the fray were John McJNally, aged 28 years, and Wm. KUnger, 21 years old, members of a political organization giving a trolley excursion. Thirty- five members went on the ride accom panied by their sisters, wives and sweethearts. McNally started the fight by punching young Klinger a stineing blow in the face. The cause of McNally' anger was because Kling er was dan ing with Miss Loise Decker, whom McNally bad taken to the party. The two men had been warm friends, livei in the same house and worked side by side during the day. Klingei went down all in heap under one of Mc- Nally's eledge hammer blows. He arose quickly, however, and made at McNally with a vicious lunge. At this point, John Otto tried to interfere and grabbed McNally's arms in order to prevent him administering any further punishment and held them firmly. As he did so, Klinger rushed upon McJNally and struck mm hard in the lace. Under the force Mc Nally fell to the floor: Otto took hold of the prostrate man under the arms and raised him Klinger made anotb er mild rush at his antagonist striking him again in the face and kicking him in the groin. NcNally dropped to the floor with a dull thud, dead. When the police arrived at the park Klinger could not be found. Today he was found in a dying condition. Claims to Locate Mrs. Luetgert. Peoria, III., October 1 G. W. Pratt, employment agent, claims that Mrs. .Luetgert is in Peoria or the im mediate vicinity, and he can produce her. He says she came into bis office in the middle of last May and asked for employment. She was sent to a res taurant where she worked five weeks and the proprietor was forced to dis charge her pn account of her strange actions, her mind apparently being af fected. Killed Self and Children, JSEW York, October 1. A. woman and her four children were found dead by asphyxiation in a west shore hotel between Forty-two and Eleventh avenues this morning. She had planned to Kill the cmidren and self by gas. She was well dressed and of good ap pearance and had registered under an assumed name from West Point. The police are investigating the case. The Underwriters Officers. Chicago, October 1. The Fire Underwriters association of the north west elected officers for tbe coming year a3 follows: President, J. t. Ien- nebnan of Chicago, vice president, J. E. Davis, of Racine, Wis., treasurer. J. A. Kelsey, of Chicago, secretary, D. S. Wagner of Chicago. The Dext annual meeting will be held to Omaha. The War Arouud Havana. i ew x ork, (Jjtober l The war around Havana is going on most ener getically. Tbe town of Cuatro Ca- minos, nine miles from tbe capitol, was raided Tuesday by insurgents under Gi-neral Castillo. The patrirts de stroyed the forts, sackea the waie- houses, and dehed tbe Spaniards. Bryan's Movements. Kansas City, October 1 Wm. J. Bryan left here last evening for Wichita where he will address the state fair this afternoon. Mr. Bryan nas accepted an invitation to speak in lvansas city next Wednesday evening when thousands of carnival visitors will be in town. The Staffleback Case. Columbus. Kas., October 1. Geo. Statileback and his mother, chief of the notorious t ang of murderers, were sentenced to the penitentiary today. the former for life, aod the latter for 2 1 years for murder of Frank Gail- breath, an Italian peddlar. The Pops Very Feeble. London, October 1. The G:obe to day says the pope's weakness is increas ing abd church digi.ataries are afraid he will not rally from his extreme feebleness and exhaustion as reported by his physicians. A Policeman Shot Topeka, October 1 Policeman Fra'jk Whitaker was fatally shot this morning by John Hackins, a private watchman, who claims he mistook Whitaker for a burglar. Will not Strike. Chicago, Octrbr 1. Employes of the Chicago city ot. eet railway decid ed at an early hour this morning not to go on a strike. Excepted trouble is therefore avoided. Kansas City's Carnival. Kansas City, Mo., October 1. Burine?s will give way to pleasure in the city by the Kaw next week. For five days King Karnivaland his cohorts will hold the city. Consul to be Recalled. Washington, October 1. Paul Neumann, of Illinois, consul to Col ogre, will be recalled for boastful and intemperate lacguage. The Yellow Fever. New Orleans, October 1. Eleven cases and one death of yellow fever was r-ported today. J j AN ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION. Ii Murderers Wanted Hopewell or Mcth- ersill bat Got the Wrong: Man A report comes from Kingston that Milton Horn was ridine- about 12 miles - :a?rS wIi." and he was dragged to the ground. From some remarks let drop bv his as- sailants it was evident that he had been mistaken for W. -S. Hopewell of Hillsrmrn nv TMltlri Mntka.nU! Engle. As soon as his identity was to go on home, considerably the worse for his rough handling. W. a. Hopewell left Hillsboro the same morning for his ranch in the Animas valley expecting to go on to bngle to Ship eome cattle. Hia not be ing heard from since has led his friends to feel some fears as to his safety. A telegram from Engle at a late hour last night said that be had not vet reached there, but this is by no means conclusive evidence of foul play, as he may be and very probably is, at his ranch in the Animas valley. His many friends will be greatly relieved, bow- ever, when some definite word is re ceived from him. Albuquerque Demo crat. Surveying1 Party. The White Oaks surveying party ex pect to start out this evening with the following personnel. Chief Engineer J. L Campbell; H. O. Evans, assistant engineer; C. W. Curry, transitman; rd. Ten Eyctr, levelman; E. D. Mallory, rodman; Clav T. Owen. head chainman; Charles D. Julian, rear chainman: Mr. Hawkins.back flagman: J. A. Fowler. stakeman:C. A. Kinne- braugh, axeman; H. Lane, teamster: William Keely, cook; W. E. Rynerson, guide. They will go north for per haps half to quarter of the distance. and work south. A Bridegroom's Suicide. New York. October 1. Dr. Robert M. Flagg, a prominent and prosperous pbysiciaa of Yonkers, and a bride groom of yesterday, jumped from the second story window of Murray Hill hotel this morning. His bride, white faced and horrified, looked from the window, and beheld tbe man who the day before swore to love and protect her, strike the hard pavement be low. Dr. Flagg lived in Yonkers, and was 38 years of age. The case is wrap ped in mystery. Oil Well On a Rampage. Bowling Green. Ohio. October 1. The Grant gas well at Cygent which recently caused a horrible explosion by which nine persons were klled and many more burned, got on a rampage again last night. While the men were working It commenced to spout gas and oil, filling the air with tbe deadly fluid. The inhabitants of tbe village took warning and fled in terror for their lives. Pursuing Train Bobbers. San Antonio, Texas. October 1. Three men who held up the Southern Pacific through California passenger train at Lozier, west of here a few months ago, securing $40,000 from the Wells-Fargo Express company, have just been seen near Marfa. A compa ny of rangers have gone in pursuit of the outlaws. It is believed thev are planning another train robbery. The Trestle Collapsed. Philadelphia, October 1. Two men were fatally injured and others sustained severe injuries by the col lapse of an incompleted trestle on a siding of the Reading railroad this morning. Jacob Hummell and Wm. Bukorke are .dead. A Disastrous Fire. Adairsville, Ga.. October 1. A fire broke out here this morning aid eleven business houses were totally de stroyed. If the conflagration continues the whole city may be wiped out. Tel egrams have been sent in every direc tion for aid The Nebraska Maximum Bate Case. Washington. October 1. The Ne braska maximum rate case decision will possibly be announced by the su preme court October 18. The case is one of the most important of the year. A Cabinet Meeting Washington, October 1 The cabi net meeting today lasted two hours and a half was devoted entirely to tbe discussion of foreign affairs. Nothing important was developed. ' Prairie Fires in Nebraska. Omaha, October 1. Prairie fires are raging through Nebraska and Dakota caused by the long drouth. Much stock has been killed and farmers' loss es are immense. A New York man has engrossed the alphabet on tbe head of a pis. Some Chicago man will now proceed to en gross the Lord's Prayer if be can find the book on the po.nt of a pin, acd then sneer at the alleged metropolis. Bos to a Globe. A silver bar weighlntr fully 300 pounds was the object of curiosity to many as it lay on the dump at Pearce last week defying the efforts of two men with chisels to cut It in two. It h ad to b a shipped whole. JBoyal mtLkea the food pare, wholesome and deUafoas. P0UDEB Absolutely Pur MVM. tAKIM MMM 00m MW VOMC.