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DAILY HERAILB
EL PASO. TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1897.
KilCE FIVE CENTS.
VOL. XVII, NO. 239
IOSHUA S. RAYNOLDS, PRESIDENT; M. FLOURNOY, VICE PRESIDENT
CL.YSSES S. STEWART, CASHIER! JOS. F. WILLIAMS, ASST. CASHIER.
THE
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MYAR OPERA HOUSE.
WALKER & E1GSBY, Lessees.
FIKST NATIONAL BAN!
El Paso. Texas,
Rnitfll S jrnlus and Profits SI 50,000
to nn
FASO
H. L. NEWMAN, Banker,
W. H. AUSTIN, Cashier. H.
EH JPaso,
A General Banking
Mexican Money and Exohange Bought and Sold. Gold and Silver
Bouo-ht. SAFETY DEPOSI T BOXES FOR RENT.
Bullion
0. R. MOREHEAD, President.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, Vice Prea.
State National Bank,
Established April, 1881.
A legitimate banking business transacted ia all its bra aches. Exchange
m all the cities of the United States bought at par. Highest prices paid for
Mexican Do; i are.
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 at half usual profits.
PEW &. SQ3ST, Shoe Denlers.
SOMETHING NEW1
YES; -A.I.I-. nSTETW!
At Springer's. All of our old stock was burnt
and must have new goods to take their places.
Furniture, Orookery and Carpets
IS 8n Antonio Street.
PLUMBING
TINNING
HARDWARE
We have secured the services of a com
petent plumber of fifteen years experience
and are prepared to do any kind of work in
this line.
Jobbing attended to promptly.
AH we ask is a trial.
G. C. TANNER & BR0.,
219 El Paso Street.
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! $25.00 $30.00 1
I $35.00
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THESE
ARW OU PRICES
FOB NEW 1897 WHEELS.
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Commencing August 11th, until all are sold, we -g
fc will close out our stock of bicycles at greatly reduc- z
EE ed prices. Special prices on all sundries.
j McCutcheon Payne & Col
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l NEWMAN, Jr. Ass't Cashier.
Texas-
Business Transacted.
J. C. LACKLAND, Cashier
J. H. RUSSELL, Asa't Cashier.
THERE ISN'T ANY GUES
WORK
ARTISTIC WALLS!
Contribute half the effect
of a well furnished room.
Send for -------
WALL PAPER SAMPLES
TO THE
TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS CO.
Telephone 206.
San Antonio St.
- El Paso, Tex.
TQIi PASO, TEXAS.
$40.00 I
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THESE
ARE our prices
FOR NEW 1887 WHEELS.
FINJ TAILORING.
AT PRICES
Never Before Equaled.
S its made to order $20 to $25.
Pants made to order .$5
JESUS TERAN,
110 S. Oregon St.
INTERESTING
To know where 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 friend, to give
us their patronage. Everything has
been exactly as represented, 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 Crocer, Phone 161,
Cor. San Antonio and Stanton Street.
EIj PASO, 'IEXA3.
PER MONTH
BUYS
$10
SELECT ONE OF THESE.
(All modern styles up-to-date 1807 good?,)
THE A. B CHASE
the only octavo pedal.
THE FISCHER
the artistic piano of I
America.
THE CROWN
a piano and orchestra
combined.
THE STERLING
Sterling in quality as
well as in name.
THE SCHILLER
costs less money
worth 100 cents on
every dollar of cost.
t G. m COMPANY,
Music Store, Bicycle and Sew
ing Macliine Depot.
El Paso, - - Texas.
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THE - -
ECONOMY
105 107
F IIViiRf.AVn
EL PASO, TLX
f FOR SALE-CHEAP: "
A baidsoma l-rge 'In Klt-chen Cabt-
T net, containing 14 compartment". J
4 coffee mill, scales-revolving biacult f
cutter. Hour scoop and Hour sieve.
f The most complete ar Icleof kitch- T
en furniture to be in the city, and
also the cheapest It is second-hand, f
I almost new, in elegaotoondittonand X
an admirab'e bargain frr any np-to-
i (lite housewife Absolutely toach,
4. mice and dust proof. Let us show it
to you,
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I ! ! ! !
The Mods' Building!
X V& TAKES THE HORN M. X
One of the latest structuies of E.
Kranse Arctiltrct, 'I lie best build-
lugs iu the city, both public and pri-
vaif, areo'my designs. Get coin-
f petition ana save money, uime ana
r see me if you tnink of bulldin,
I E. KRAUSE.
X Room 55 Sheldon Block.
? EL PASO, - -
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ill itl itl lit I tl iffl ll ifc ill itl I
Another Time Timer.
Results talk. When any other life
insurance company .on ear h shows up
a sinele irstat.ee where it has paid to
a beneficiary thrte times the face cf
tbe policy, it will thei ba in order to
talk of competing with Tbe Mutual.
Life At present it has no competitor.
It is continually pay'ng"threfc-i'mers."
THE CITV SAVINGS BANK.
Incorporated 1S59.
Bridgfport. Corn., April 10, 1897.
Mr. John. W. Nicholts.geoeral agent.
Dear Sir. We b'g to acknowledge
the receipt of your favor of the 9ih
inst., and the cheok for the proceeds
of po icy No. 2 078, Tbe Mutual Life
Insurance company, on the life of
Horace Nichols, late president f the
City .Savings Bank. The orie-inal
amount of this poMcy was only. $2 000,
but tbe accumulations came to &4,072,
so that the entire amount, rrceived by
us is 16,072. Facts like ti'esti are- very
eloquent. With many tharUts, we ,re
main, Your re?p cfuliy,
Wm. B. Hincks,
Giq. M. Baldwin,
Executors.
S. H. Newman, Mutual Life.
The architects are all busy on new
work, and as one real Jestate man rb
servep, "it pperos to me tbat the town
Is on the tve of a, boom,"
GREATEST OPERATIC EVENT OF THE SEASON. 3
I ITALIAN OPERA COMPANY 1 I
8O-PKOPLE-8O
Including Grand Orchestra of Thirty Professors Under the Leadership
tZ of Sig. Pietro Vallini. .22
In the great cast will appear Misses
jj co and Messrs Collenz, Cioni, Scollari,
T sale at Albers' Drug Store.
s
GENERAL NEWS NOTES,
The Day's Doings in
Brief
From the World.
FOB AFTERNOON SERVICE
Many Events That Occur Daring1 a Day
are Told Promptly by the Herald.
Much News of Interest to the Read
ers of This Paper.
Wants no Texas Interference.
Dallas, Texis, October 7. Mark
Harm fcas appealed to be spared from
h;s Texas republican frietds. A few
wetks aeo Conrfressmao Havvley, of
the Galveston district, made a deal
with llaota by which a number of
rniddle-of-road populists orators were
to go to Ohio aod stump for Coxey, She
expenses to be paid oy uanua.
wxod, toe Texas pfu-Dlnaer, is now in
Ohio talking- for Coxey. He must have
said something wrone for in a let'er
received at republican headquarters
yesterday from Haana he objects to
any more Texas orators taking part in
the Ohio campaign in his own or a'.
lied interests. He intimates that more
harm is be'Dg1 done than g-ood. Re
publican teac quartet s officials had ar
racged to have Charles Ogden, of Sai
Antonio, ana u. 15 1'iabnagan, oi
LoEgview, and some one of the num
erous smart talking negroes, presum
ably Bill McDjnald, go to Oaio next
week, but '"its all off now."
Will 'ot Open the Mints.
New York, October 7. A Liondon
dispatch to the Herald says: "The
Herald is informed trom a trustworthy
source that the Indian government in
reply to a further pressing invitation
bv the ii)Di;lin caoinet to consider Sen
ator Wolcott's proposals has answered
that it cannot reoptn the question of
Indian currency acd will cot be a parly
to the reopening of the mints to the
free coinage of silver. Ia well informed
Enclish circles it is believed ihit Sen
ator Wok ott's mission must be consid
ered abortive."
Will Answer the Note.
Madrid, October 7.Snor Sagasta
the Spanish p-emier, declares the note
of the Uoited States, presented
through Minister Woodford is worded
in the politust terms, and contains as-
surtnc-.s inat tnis country nas the
gi eatest regard for Spain. The pur
pose of the inquiry is to ascertain when
the Spanish govt rL.m--nt thinks it can
finish war in Cuba. 4-he note r quests
answer before tne end ot vjjtober. Se-
nor Sagasta eays the cabmet will give
an an-swer before October 25.
In Fear of Lynching.
Chicago, October 7. Tuere passed
through Chicago today a wcundedman
who pto'esti vehemently agamst being
taken back tjhis forme,- home in Ken
tucky for feir of bein lynohed. Tbe
prisoner is Jay Draugbton who fr ur
weeks ago shot and killed K. A. L
Draught -n. The Draughtjns are
Kentuckians. In the fight wita his un
cle Draughton was badly wounied. He
WdS'exbonO'tted cf the charge of murder
but a warrant was issued that takes
h'm back to Kentucky.
Deaths From Bad Air.
Hazelton, Pa., Qjtober (.The
dea i bodies of Lewis and L oa i hao d,
aged 31 and 26 years respectively, were
found in an air shaft this morning- by
Pump-Runner John Bttz No marks
were found on their bodies to indicate
the cause of death. The supposition is
that they were killed by bid air.
Peru Adopts the Gold Standard
Lima, Pe.-u Qjtohar 7 Tae cham
ber cf depat.es has alopttd the gold
atndrJ by a majority of . one vote.
Tbe cabinet believed til s Was the only
toss:pl4 folutio'n.of the financial trou
bles wh ch beset Peru on every side.
The Spaniards ?'u rendered
Key West, Fla , October 7 The
town of Guayabo, attaced and cap ur
ed b.v the insurgents is in Pinar de.Ro
P'ov'nce. Tfte Spanish garrison eur
lendered, after a severe tight had occurred.
VERDI'S MASKED BALL! I
To-morrow Night, "LA GIOCONDA!"
"J he Yellow Fever.
St. Louis. October 7. The follow
ing is the fummary of the yellow fever
situation up to the last report yest-r-day
evening: New Orleaus forty-six
new case-; five deaths.
ArgiiTs two new cases.
Mobile four ne '-' cases.
Ed wards six'een re cases.
Bi'oxi seven new rases; one death.
NEW Orleans. October 7. The re
part as early as 9 a. m., that two deaths
occurred since last night's report did
not have a tendency to improve the
fever situation here, several new cases i
being reportd The quarantine has
practically Kinea tne irmt ousiness
here and the Southern Paiifli, Illinois
CYntral and Louisville & Nahvilln
have been cotnpellei to lay off a num
ber of fre'ght crews. A yellow flag
baogs from one of the most promirent
buildings on Canil street to Jay. b'lt
thousands of people are p;ssin the
place every minute of the dy. Tue
outbreak of fever on the main bo lle
vard seems to causa but little alarm.
The Man is Crazy
Philadelphia, October 7. There
seems but little doubt that John Tit-
turmiir ni Wil:ima ITftii.iR t.hp mn.n
in custody h-re on his confession that
he mur iered Mi r VVilsin in his lib
rary. August 16, is demented. The po
lice find his confession due to halluci
nations
Fighting1 Fortst Fires.
Toledo, O., October 7. Meagre re
ports iron small ham'ets in Wood
county indicate heavy losses by forest
fires, Burleton has been practicilly
destroyed, while tsugar Kidga and
Dukay inhabitants have been working
all last night and today to save those
hamlets from destruction.
A Big Charity Fund.
London, October 7. The lord ma
I yor's fund, for the relief of sufferers by
famine in India, opened last January
and closed tod.iy. The total collections
amount to nearly three million dollars
which exceeds the record of any char
ity fund raised by popular contribu
tions.
Made His Millions.
Niles, Mich,, October 7. Frank
i-'bicater, of Ileoona, who returneJ
from Alaska with $100,000 in gold, left
behind him claims est'.mited to be
worth millions. He has disposed of a
one-'.hird interest in the lat er to an
English syndicate for $1,300,000.
Consuls Apitoin'ed.
Washington, October 7. The pres
ident has appo.nted liufus Fleming, of
Cincinnati, as consul to Edinburg,
Scotland; Suuauol A. McAlister, of Del
aware, as consul to tbe Barbadoes,
West Indies.
Bobbed a Jewelry Store.
Chicago, Ociooer 7 Uowe brothers'
jewelry store, at IU3 Sia-o street, was
roDUtju oi iso.uuu wortn or j rweiry at an
early hour tnis morning. The robber
dropped $600 worth of booty while run
ning away.
The President of Venezuela 111.
Caracas, Vejezuela, October 7.
Presiaeut Crespo is serious-ly ill, and
grave fa, a are felt for his recovery.
ViQrt k resident Alvart z is temporarily
ajting president of the republic.
Will Command the Texn.
Washington, Ocober 7. Captain
John VV. z'nid.p nas been ordered to
command the oattlesh p ToXasOJ her
arrival at Boston with the North
Atlanac sq.iadrou.
Mrs. Kusstll Dead.
BOSTON, October 7. Mrs. Chs.
Tocouorc Russell, inotaer of the late
ex-Goveriior Wm. E. Russell, died dur
ing last ulght.
The Markets.
New York, October 7. Silver 56.
At tho Mexican Methodist confer
ence this morning, R;v. E. Quiuons
was chosen secretary; Juan Aiango, of
Culiacac, was tec.ivtu ou tiiai: Rev.
' Reynolds was received f.-oui ttie JSot ih
I Texas conleience, uuu Key. S. G'K 1
gore was refoied to iho uommiitee ou
conference relations; preactulig louignt
by L). F. Acosia of Gua mas.
Miss ,Annie Shaw, bf Danua, daughter
of -firmer Sbaw, tne well Known stock
eduor, died a. tne Sifters'' hospital
this mo. u.ng, a .d the remains win he
taken hom tomorrow by Ler mother
who a with hr.
A. H Holme- was n ran ted a divorce
this morning by Judge Biucklcr.
Linda Montinary, Vincini, Beatrice Fran- ZZZ
Girardi and the full company. Tickets on
3
A DASTARDLY DEED.
A Young1 Bride Taken From her Hus
band and Brutally Assaulted.
Cincinnati, Ohio, October 7. One
of the most dastardly assaults that
ever occurred in Kentucky was per
petrate! last night near Newport oa
Mrs. Thomas Gleason. Herself and
husband were seized by two ruffians
while walking in a lonely spot. A re
volver was plaeed at the woman's head
and she was commanded to follow one
of the men. The other force-J
Gleason off in another direction
Mrs. Gleason was taken to a field
where other ruffians dragged her into
a ravine there brutally outraged her re
peatedly until nearly dead. They then
compelled her to walk to Covington
Sbe fell in a faint in the yard of a friend.
Gleason after being led. for some dis
tance wa allowed to go and -he rushed
to police headquarters. Geo. Greer and
Dad Miner, the men who held them
up, have been arrested. Excitement is
running high. Fourteen arrests hav
been made of suspeats of the assault
upon Mrs. Gleason who has identified
seven of the men as amoog her assa'l
ant?. Crowds began to collect at the
jail in is morning, talking excitedly
1 aad mutterings were heard of lynch-
ing and trouble is feared. Mrs. Glea
son is only 17 years old and is seriously
injured. Sbe was a bride of one day.
The Diabolical Work Continues.
Key West, Fia., October 7. Pas
sengers arriving here last night from
Havana report rolling in Havana, but
advices received by tne Cuban Junti
say the only row was at Leanabacao,
caused by the police and soldiers try
ing to arrest some Cuban girls there.
Last week S ;nors Montesrvata and
Eimunds Garcia, prominent merchants
were arre ted. Their families tried to
get them released, their three daugh
ters going to Havana to intercede. Oa
the re.urn orders were issued for their
arrest. Many of their friends rallied at
the house where they had taken re
fuge, assaulted police and put them to
flight.
The Evidence of Prosperity.
Washington, October 7. Comp
troller of Currency Kckels has just re- :
turned from a western trio and savs
every where he went there were ev.d- ,
ences of renewed prosperity. H v:sttd '
Montana, Colorado, UUu auu iNcDius-j
aa aou says mere is no aouot tne con
dition all of classes of pejple in those
states has materially improved. He
says in Colorado more man are work
ing in mine. than ever before, despite
the fa:t that many silver mines have
been obliged to close down.
Swell Swag.
St. Louis, Ojt. 7. A trunk con
tusing diamonds valued at $4,000, ne
gotiable paper worth $5,000, $J,000 in
gold and silks and la.ei valued at a
large sum was stolen fiom Mrs. Marv
McNiff. No clew to the robbers obtaiL-
able.Mrs. McNiff is 60 years of age,
atid has no children. For the last
tweive years she boarded at 1836
Detmar Boulevard. She employed an
expretsman to haul her trunk to 1800
Franklin, but it was never delivered.
Two Prisoners Burned.
Opelika, Ala., October 7. Two
prisoners wet e roasted to deatn in a
burning jail during the night. The
jail was of dry pine and the building
burced like under. Laura Bennett, in
lor drunkenness, and Jim Fe gueon,
for street work dues were the only
prisoners connnt a. They were shaktl
ed to floor, hence they could not help
theinseUes and burneu to death.
The Luetgert Case.
Chicago, Octobjr 7. The preeecu
tion iu tne L-ietgert case are confident
that all its rebuttil witnesses can be
examined by Friday and the experts of
the defense will conclude the case by
Monday evening. The arguments
will consume three dava or probably
lour, giv.n me casi to tne jury by
Saturday a week.
Change of Spanish Ministers.
London, October 7 A Madrid dis
patcn says toe report is current at tbe
Spanish capital that honor Depuy de
Louie. will be recalled-'rom Washington
hot bju g persona gta'.a to the pre eut
adojiuistration. Senor Muruagua. who
held the pbst before, will probably bd
re-at pointed.
' Challenges Ilauna.
CoiAmbus, Ohio, October 7. Gen.
A. J. Warner toddy sent a challenge to
Senator Hanua, inviting him o a joint
d-bi e t -uc-h time and piae as the
tter may chooau
3
the;maxdamus decision.
Full Text of Judge Buckler's Decision
Refusing the Prayer.
The courts of this state have so often
and so long recognized te power of
city councils to enact criminal ordi
nances covering offenses denounced by
the criminal code of the state that their
validity can no longer be questioned.
Such ordinances have, from the time
the court of criminal appeals was creat
ed, and perhaps before tbat time, been,
by tbat court, held to be valid. If val
id then a breach of them might well be
considered not only a breach of the
criminal laws of the state, but also a
breach and violation of the criminal
ordinances of the city. It is true that .
prosecutions, even for the violation of
a city ordinance, must be carried on in
the name and by the authority of the
state of Texas. While this is so I do
not believe that such cases can be
strictly considered as etate cases I
think it was the intention of the
legislature in creating the city of El
Paso, and other cities within the state
with like powers, to give to it full and
complete jurisdiction of offenses over
which justices of the peace have jur
isdiction and I think the principal of
ficers provided for in the charter of the
city are the proper officers to see thas
the criminal ordinances are enforced. I
cannot well see how a county officer is
officially interested in the enforcement
of a city ordinance. I understand
tbat the stata has some interest in the
enforcement of tbe criminal ordinances
of the city, but I think the legisla
ture has properly entrusted that inter
est to the city officials. I be
lieve tbat the city attorney
and not the county attorney
is the proper officer to prosecute far
violations of the city ordinances. But
aid-i from all this, it is not plain to me
that it is the duty of the recorder to
allow the county attorney to prosecute
for violations of . criminal ordinances
before his court. It seams to me that
he has the right to construe the law,
and to determine for himself what it "
means and who is the proper prosecut
ing officer in his court. This would in
volve the exercise of judgment. It
would be a judicial action. In such
cases mandamus will not lie. Before
mandamus will lie the thing to ba dono
must leave no discretion on the part of
the officer whether he shall or shall
not do it. At all events the question is
one involving too much doubt and un
certainty to warrant th's court in in
terfering by the summary remedy of
mandamus and the writ will, therefore,
be refused.
A Jewish Synagogue.
The Jewish people in El Paso and
Juarez have long wished for organiz d
religious services as are enjoyed else
where, and a move has at last beea
mane to secure such. A meeting will
be held next Sunday, probably in
ChoDin hall, tn nnran i -7, n. aun a
send for a rabbi and hve regularly
cnauiieueu services. ine synagogue
will ba of the reformed or new school
faith, with worship on Sunday as ob
tains with the new school Hebrews
elsewhere in tne country.
Tipton is found guilty as charged in
the indictment, and sentence suspend
ed. r
Koyol male em the food pare,
wholesome and dolieloa.
Absolutely Pure
ROVM. MKIM fOWMK 00., MW VOHK.

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