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Tour neighbor's paper They may not like to offend yon.but you may be sure they do not appreciate it You can Bare the subscription price by pat tronizlng IIe-ald advertisers YOU WILL... FIND IT... RENT IT. SELL IT... If you wtll tll the people about It In a !Publishes ALL the NEWS wo- th printing six day a -week. E TL F A B O E AI ISY JHE E IR A3L B HEKATDCla-ntaed "Adle." I JOSHUA 8. RAYMOLDS. President; ULY88E8 8. STEWART, Oashier; -THE- FIEST NATIONAL BANK El Paso, Texas, Capital, Surplus and Profits H. L. NEWMAN, Banker, W. H. AU8TIH, Oashier; EH leases A General Banking Mexican IftJFft Bullion Bought. aAftii i ut-rwn 3. R. MOREHEAO, President; J O L &OKLANO, Caahier; STATE NATIONAL BANK Established April. 1881. A legitimate banking business transacted in all its branches. Exchange on all th ci'ies of the United States bought at par. Highest prices paid for Mex ican Dollars. -JUAREZ -OF BANCO COMERCIAL OF CHIHDAHM. CAPITAL, $600,000 Buy and -ell Mexican Money and Exchange on all the Principal cities of the 1 Republic of Mexico, the United States and Europe. A General Bankincr Business Transacted. Clndad Jaarea, AUULPH KRAKACEK, Manager. Spb nnr assortment and cret before you think of making purchases of SHOES. PEW & SON, The Shoe Dealers. TANNERAH Tl STAR LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES. Corner Wee Oyerlaadaad. Santa Fe Streets. Phone 92. U. CALDWELL, Prop. -THE ONLY MORGUE IN THE C1TY.- JThos. Ehrenberg, t Carriage tnd dealer in- Paints, Oils, Brushes, Varnishes, Etc. Agent for O'Brien's Celebrated Carriage Varnishes and Ray mond & Co.'s Enamel for Furniture, Bric-a-Brao (all colors). Let me give you an estimate on the next painting you need. rt . p . r..x--J NEW 308 D. PAUL FARQUHAR, Practical Hatter. ' TAT TTTTTTf TLTf ntT Ml. W. FLOURNOY, Vice-President J08. F. W LLIAM8. Ant Caahier. SI 60,000 H. L. NEWMAN, Jr., Asst. Cashier. Texas. "Business Transacted. uva - "w JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, Vice-President; J. H. R 88ELL. Aaat Caahier. BRANCH TBI Ae-ency D.n.n MinaMt nf ChlliriSiin OMFORT For all kinds and klasses of DeoDle who wear our shoes. the Latest UD-to-Date Prices THE- ' Great Question nowadays, is how to save the the dollars. If you will let ue fill your HARDWARE order the question mark will disap pear and you'll have mott of your dollars left. Money sav idg is our strongest point. . A long experience has taught us how to buy savingly, and we divide the raving with you. Tan Blanom Block Corner . Avenue and Iai Street. Caldwell Undertaking Co. 805 S. El Paso Street, The Leading Undertakers, Phone 197 and 92. CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIQH1 J. E NAG LEY. Manager 320. .. EL PASO ST. PAINTER ? 55v Have no compntitrrs on the YORK HAT FACTORY "d C n n,,n AnrlK oicaiii u)c fvuiid. SAN ANTONIO ST., EL SO. Silk. So't and Niff Urts I aned, -yd and Made Over IN THB LATEST BTYLES, I hv a flrs'-claps Tsilor who clean, dyes and pree4 LadiB1 and Kent's c othing. Will bluok your Hat ml ile ioa wait. All work guaranteed. EL PASO, aaaanaaaaai MMMMM i j - - - - - " This I t THE BEST ALWAYS - ON - HAND. .o- Applies to our "MERIT" brand of ..BUTTER.. As much as to anything else we have in the. store. It's a mid, sweet butter, and "is uni formly good. I couldn't buy a betr butter, no matter what price I paid for it. If I could I would, for nothing but the best is good enough for my patrons. After you're tired of experimenting with the word "MERIT" on every pound print, and you'll stop exper imenting. 25c A POUND ONLY AT J. B. Watson s GROCERY STORE. ir. San Antonio Prinno 1R1 uid Stanton Streets IIIUIIC llt HI Li PASO, 1B1XAS Another Carload -OP- CHOICE APPLES Just Received. Ben Dav's, Roman Beauty, Roman Knight, etc , 7 lbs. for 25c. $1.00 buys a box of this choice fruit, weigning at to w ids. OBANaES. A spec'al consignment of Choice 'Mex ican Oranges at 20c. per dozen. It is needless to say these fruit are are selling rapiaiy. ine pneea remain (rood uutll the entire shipment is sold. : : : El Paso Grocery Co., :::CORNER::: Oregon & E. Overland. THE-COMMERCIAL CENTER OF EL PASO. Corner El Paso and Sar Francisco S'reets. -LOCATION OP- The Big Three In One.... 1st. 2d. A well Assorted Music Store. Bicycle, Sewing Machine, Athletic and Sporting uoods Deparimeet OA Mexican Curio and ou' Art Store. A visit to this department is equal to a trip through the Republic of Mexico. 4 4 A i i W. G. Walz Co. EI. PASO. TEXAS See Schutz About Insurance. Wh-n the avt raize man desires to in sure his life he knows, as a rule, very little about what he is petMng, but is guided to a very lirge exteot by the reDresentations of the agnc with whom be deals. He has more or less ioiii finite ideas of what be w nts; ex d ct ng 'he agent to pu tnem in f-nape for him a d suggest or tne many differ ent Dlans. 'h one which best suits his conditions. How necessary and impor tant then that he should select with care tv.e agent upon hose intelligence, exDeriec.ce. acid particular! integrity, depends upon the makiDg of a coc tract that is to tuna mm lor oiteen or twen ty years, or even, .perhaps for life. Tne unoerei&rnea is tne amy auinor- ized district airent of ihe Mutual Li'e TnuraT e Co., of New York. Having resided in this city for -the past 32 years, his reputation for fair dealing has been fully eptaMianed. Persons wishing life insurance will find it to their into est to consult with im. He has every plan of insurance and will be glad to explitn them. S. V. SCHUZ. 117 S O-e. on St. Feats of human ndurnnce r-ndfceavy Iiftinfir, cornet solos oy Mrs. vmuiu. ani a great struggle equal to th-be de- v sed by the bru al Nero next Sunday Don't miss it. I have for sale a bargain in a four room brick on N. Stanton St. for &1400. D. Y. Hadlky. Tr-ree 3-lb. cans best tomatoes, 25c Star Urooery. TJSXA8, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1898. SPAIN HAS DISAVOWED The Letter Written by De Lome, and Appointed SR. BERNABE MINISTER. A Din pa tell rram Minister Woodford lat Evening Announced Thta Faet. Pre mier Sagmata. Saya the Spaniali tOfflclala rH Mm Accrl.nl Than pod Pres ident WeKlnley, as They jtPave Been Placed In a Fnlae Position bjr Fool." Washington. February 14. Pres ident McKinlny annouuoed today that the De Lome incident was closed. Min ister Woodford's f?ispa'ob received let night stted the Spanish govern ment has disavowed th letter and ap pointed a new minister. Sen or Ber nabe, and the reply regretted' the in cident. New York. February 15. The Her ald this morning publishes 4 Madr:d pecial which quotes Minister Wood ford, who was preset t at . yesterday's council meeting, as saying in regard to the De Lome incident: ' Yoa may say openly a? coming' from Senor Sagasta and from us all that we entirely con demn in the most, absolute -manner De Lome's letter. We are- ashamed, grieved nd sorry thereat We min isters 'el more aggrieved than Presi dent McKlnley as we have been placed a a faie position by a rool"; ' v Spain pushing war preparations in every direction. Feeline runs high. Today many public expressions against Ua'.tedSta'e were made. - Founders Day at Kl'x. ' Oalesburg, 111., February 15 Wi'h approprista exercises 'he eixty Bret anniversary of the foucdine of Knox college i beinir celebrated to day. Tbe exerci-es have special re ference to tne memory or tne late Ur. Newton Bateman, fo- many years pres ident of tbe college. This morning the memorial address was delivered by Dr. Samuel Willsrd, of Chicago, who was a classmate and roommate of Ur. Bate no an at Illinois cr-lleee. This even- log General John C. B acr, of Chica go, will deliver an address upon the theme, "Liberty Lasts a .Thousand j Years." War Ships at Galveston. Galveston, February 15. The U. S. CrulBer Nashville arrived in port this morning. The battle ship, Texas, I was sighted at eleven o oloclc. Tbe possible trouble with Spainr has made tbe recdez-voas of the fleet bertft de--p'y j interesting. Railroads are offeriog low rates to tbe city, and accomodations will be taxed to the utmost to accomo date tbe immense throng of visitors which are eager to aee Uncle Sam's famous fiiibters. A Noble Criminal. s London, F bruaryl5. Lord Neville He who is hireed with retting money lender Lewis or. notes which was sup posed to nave been endorsed by spen cer Clay, an army otBcer, was tried to day. . The judge sentenced him to five years of penal servitude. In passing entence th Judgn said: "There are no extenuat'nir circumstances in tbe case mv lord. You might as well have stolen the money from Clay's pock et. The Hawaiian Treaty. Washingt- n, February 15. Sena tor Davis who ha charge of tbe Ha waiian treaty wil' ntme a day for tak ing the vote in tbe sennte. It is thought that he fars there is lacking the necessary strength its adoption. Speaker Reed is anxious to eetitvt ted on in the house. He isagains' annexa tion ol .Hawaii, but wants it out of the way. Tired f Lif-i.., St. Lotris, Mo.. February 15. Wm. H H atb, Jr , of Maple avenue, shot himself through the head near the Waba6h bridg"-, Forest Park, this morning. .fnyicians fay he cannot ive. Heath left a letter stating be bad been unsuccessful in nearly every busi ness enterprise he had undertaken, and was tired of struggling against odds. A Ten Time JBigamUt. Kalamazoo, Mi;b., February 15. David Seel -y, who is charged with hav ing ten wive?, met three of them in tbe recorder's court today, when be waived further examination and was hound over to tbe circuit court. 1 he hearing almost ended in a fight between the women, all of whom were contending they were only genuine Mrs. Seely. The Sons of Toil. Albany, N. Y.t February 15. A large attendance was in Agricultural hall this mortiinz at the third an-mal es on of the State Farmers' congress. Tne coo tress will be i'. ession for two days and papers on subj eta impor tant to agriculturists win De read. Minister Angell Will Besign. Grand Rapids. Mich.. Bebuarv 15. A letter wes received here from Minister Angell this morning saying be would soon resign the Turkiab mis sion, returning to ihiscout'-y in ample lime to resume tni prjsiancy or tbe Michigan University next 111. Convicte I of Murder. Coi-ORADO SPRINGS, February 15. Shirley Chamberla n was convie'ed last night of muroripg young McKa.r, of Nebraska on fixes ir. at last summer, nai will he sentenced to imprisonment for life, there being no death pe a'ty in Colorado. Rich Man Dies. Geneva, Oaio, February 15. George H. Hopper, tbe well known Sla-dard Oil magnate di'-d here this morning. He was the fa'her of Charles Hopp r, tbe actor of "Chimmie Fadden" fame. A Double Tragedy. Belmont, IH., February 15 At 0 o'clock thi morning, John Kerns shot bis wife, and then committed suicide with the same weapon. Cause unknown. Von Block Uxorcide Trial. New York, February !5. A dis patch from Stockholm says this is the date set for the resumption of the trial of the Countess B tz iaube Von Block, widow of tbe deceased royal chamberlain, charged with having poisoned her husband. Tbe trial was inaugurated in November last, but a lew weeks later f'roiren iregersKoua, a countess who was engaged to be mar ried to the young Lieutenant Vrn Taube, and who was the principal wit ness against the widow, was found in a public square bleeding from a score of knife wounds, uer story was mat sne bad been decoyed to the spot where she met two women and a man who sprang upon her and repeatedly stabbed her. For a time her life was it tbe balance, but when she recovered she made a confession to tbe fact that the wounds were self-inflicted and that she had taken thU method of crea'ing Dublio sympathy in her favor and cast ing further suspicion on tbe uountess v on Taube. Since then sne has been confined in a lunatic asylum. On tbe original trsa' she testified that the (Jountess von uiocc naa aaministerea poison to her husband, tbe royal cham berlain, ana an analysis of the intes tines developed traces of quick silver and arsenic King Oscar nas tak n a deep interest in tbe cse and has had numerous interviews with the chief of police and public prosecutor. WitbiD the oast few davs tbe Countess Fraski- old has written a Litter declaring that she herself Jpoisoned the count and that she was oosvessed oi a nenoisn de sire to fasten tbe crime on the mother of her fiance. Tbe latter has renounced his sweetheart, and the indications are that the matter is yet ripe for new and startling developments. An Am t sing Error. London. F. bruary 15. Tbat the bst-t informed of people may sometimes be caught atripping is strongly evidenced in the fact that invitations to a total of over 2,000 for tbe first drawing-room of tbe present season, to ' e neld by tne princess oi w& es -10 bt htlf of tbe queer, have been issued under date of February 29. Announce ment oi-the proposed drawing-room Tor the same date was also offi ially gazet ted. Sa ting wilh t' e lord chamber lain and ending with the engravi -rs. the invitations were presumable revis ed by hal' adozen i ffic alh. It does not appear to have occurred to a -single one of them that there are only twen- tv-eigbt days In tbe present month. The mistake has oeca'sitated tbe iesue of new invitations. At the clubs and in aristoc-atic - circles the error is regarded as an exceedingly amusing one. ' Lnmber Maiiulaetnres in South. Memphis, Tenn., February 15. The e'ghtu annual convention of the South ern Lumber Manufacturers' assnc'a tlon was called to order at eleven o'clock this morning at the Gayoao hotel. Among fcubiects considered are a revision of rates, the matter of uni form grading and the question of in surance. This latter question has been considered at several previous meet- ngs and an effort will be made at tbe present gathering to reach aoiuUoa of tbe prob'etn. ' Sawmill men are un able to, get insurance at reasooaoie rates, and the yellow p:ne dealers have been trying to evolve some plan by which they can insure one another against loss by fire. A report will be presented late this afternoon from a special committee wnicb it is -tnougnt, will contain a olan satisfactory to all concerned. Black Thunderbolt Fights Haher. Philadelphia. Pa.. February 15. Sporting circles are interested in the six-round bout between C. C. . Smith ("the b'ack thunderbolt"! of Buffalo, and Petar Maher, now of Pittsburg, which takes place in Sanger's ball to night for a purse of 9800. Smith's a '- min rs point wltb pride to tbe good showing made by tbe negro with Maher In their six-round draw at .Buffalo ia?t year, and prophecy a crushing defeat for the Irishman. While the dusky gladia'or is said to be both strong and e'ever, he has never been considered a too-notvher by eastern critic. Un two different occasions be met with defeat a tbe bands of "BlUy" Baker, a Buf falo beavyweignt, wbo retired irom tne ing in 1892. Order of Foresters. Detroit, Mich., February 15. Tbe hivh court of the Michigan. Indepen dent Order of Foresters convened to day at Harmonie hall. In his annual address High Chief Ranger M. M. Callagban said that the past year bad nen the most prosperous one in their h'story. Th- membership exceeded 13,000 and there never wa a time when it was so uniti d, enthusiastic and loyal Eleven delegate s will be eject ed to the triennial meeting of the supremo body which takes place next year IrJToronto.Ont. Dr. Oroohyatekha of Can ida, the sup-eme chief ranger, addresses the body this evening. Railway Telegraphers. Toledo, O . February 15. The na tional convention of the Railway Em ployes and Telegraphers league opened today w.tn. a good attendance. roe purpose of the order is to promo e leg is'ation favo-able to the interests of railroad men and telegraphers and to take active part in electing the state legielaMires and congress candidates in harmony wi'h the views of the league. Columbia's Debaters New York February 15. The flnil for firee orato-s to represent Columbia umversity in the deba'e with the university of Chicago, to be held in this city ten days hence, takes place in the large hall of the institution to night. Six crack talkers of the univer sity are on the li-t, and of these on -- half will be chosen to hold up Co lumbia s end in the interstate de' bate. Still Youthful. Washington. D C, February 15. Su-ao B. Anthony, who l prat-idlg over the Na'ioDal Woman's Suffrage association, del'iged this morning with con ore. tula ions oi her seventy-ninth birthday. D spite her advanced age she is as eprithtly nnd vigorous, mentally and physically, as she was twenty j ears ago. Tickets f r th" great man v. bull cor-t8t will be placed nn sale tomorrow, (Wednesday) at Kiefer's news depot on El Paso street. 91, Sl.ou and z Mexi can money. S. H. Cover of West-Plains, Mo., is in town and contemplates foing into the wholesale manufacturing of saddles and names 9. THE NEWS IN BEIEF. Culled From all Over the World. SHORT AND SPICY NOTES. President Qoirpers After Inveetlratlng; the deport That Hlnera Were Bolng Dla eharged For Teaifylne; Agalnac Mherlff Martin and HU'Depatlee, Finds That It la True. The Boom Passed a Bill To day Making It Unlawful for Bank Of ficers to Borrow Bloney From tba Book Without the Ulreetcra Consent Gompers Takes -a Hand. Wilkesbarre, Penn February 15. Samuel Gompers, the president of the American federation of Labor ar rived here this morning for the purpose of Investigating tbe report published on Monday that miors bad been dis charged for testifying against Sheriff Martla and hi deputies. This being lection day there was no session of court held this morning. President Gompers spent the time consulting with tbe attorneys for the prosecution and with the labor leaders. His ap pearance has crea'ed a great sensation. The miners are jubilant ss it Is a con clusive proif tbat tbe labor organiza tions at last nave taeen serious con sideration of this case. At noon Gompers authorized the statement anoouncing his investiga tions showed tbat miners bad been dis charged for testifying against Sheriff Martin and'hls deputies. This positive announcement causes much exclte-ment- Congrestional Doings Washington. February 15. In the bouse to-av a bill was passed making it unlawful for any bank officer to -borrow money from tbe bank without the consent of the entire board of direct ors. Representative Cox said nicety per cent of the bank failures were due to officers borrowing money from tbe banks without the knowledge of the directors. The bill provides a fine of five thousand dollars and imprisonment of five years, as a penalty. me senate bated tne nans. as paci fic railway sal j. The Pii tsburg Fire-' Pittsburg, February 15. The walls surroundii tbe ruins of the burned Union .S--orage company's building at the coi mr of Mulberry and 13th street, fell in early this morning, crushing to death ten people in the vicinity. - At noon only lour bodies cad been taken out of the ruins and the search was discontinued for fear of falling walls. Secretary Sherman " tViemunTnw liWitniarv SprrA. . m-m v w. , v - - j J WUW. MMMMMmm ww " net meeting today. Tbe cabinet offi cers present ea d that the secretary - . 3 I . 1 J 1 1 was not aisgruntieu, out wbb giau ue was not to be annoyed with the De Lome incident. Sherman's close friends Bneer at this. Broke Open Safe. Sheridian, Mo., February 15 At 2 o'clock this morning burglars broke into and roobed tbe Farmer'B bank of this c'.ty of over three thousand dollars beside a Quantity of other securities and escaped. They blew the safe open with dynamite. Pottery Plant Barns.. Akron, O., -February 15. Whim ore- Robinson company the largest pottery plant in the country was destroyed by dretbis morning, loss nrty thou sands. La' t year the same plant was destroyed entailing a loss of $150,000. . The K.-P. Sale. Topeka. Kan s.. February 15. Tbe sale of tbe Kansas Pacific begins to morrow and will take up lour days tbe road having to be Bold in sections in va ious places He Fired the Women. Omaha, February 15. President Burt, of the -Union Pacific, decided today to dismiss a' 1 women stenograph ers and replace them with men. Silver Market. New YOBK.February 15.--Silver 55i; lead $3.60. Capture of Texas Wild Han. San Antonio, Tex. Tbe mysterious wild man who lived in tbe woods and terroriz'd the people of Nueces county for eeveral months pasbwas today land ed in tbe insane asylum here. Several attempts were made to capture him, but he foiled his pursuers by his craft iness. Finally some cow bo T s. mounted in wiry mustangs, hunted him down in tbe chaparral and roped mm. roe captured was not completed, however, even when they hu- led tbe nooses of their lariats over his bead anei tighten ed tbe coils over bis body. The wild man had herculean strength and fought desperately. His captors managed to yet a oa'r m nanacuns on nis wrists. but when he jerked his bands apart the chains connecting tne Draceiets snapped as if te links were of paper. Tbey put a eeond pair of handcuffs on him. and he snapped tnem witn equal ease. He was confirel in jail at Cor pus Cbristi un il brought here. He has tbe strength of a giant, although of only medium height. His fe t and hands are small and frhipely, and hi high brow and well formed head indi cate tbat he was once of fine intel ligence. His beard reaches to his -raii-t. Rev. H. W. Moore who has been visiting with bis brother at Santa Fe for the past two weeks, returned this morning improved for his trip. C. M. Nolan, a prominent San An tonio merchant has removed to this city to ngage in business here. Sheepmen complain that Santa Fe county is infested by a gang of sheep hieves. Gerald Bun-ow of Juarez is confined to bis bed with the grippe, I' Late Telegrams. Co-0perative Agricultural Colony, a San Antonio, Tex. About 300 Amer ican railroad men, employed on roads in Mexico, have organized a co-operative agricultural colo y. The colony will be started with a capital of $100, 000, which wil) be invested in lands. At a meeting held in San Luis Potosi, Mex., the following officers were elected: President, D. W. Sharpton; vice president, John H. Thompson; g- neral manager, William Brockway; secretary and treasurer, J. O. Stevens; assistant secretary and treasurer, A. E. Froelick.; Indians Give Eight of Way. Solomonville, Ariz. The Apache Indians held the largest council ever known to tbe tribe at San Carlos for t.ha nnrruun rlacirltns- the nuestion of whether or rot they would allow the Gila Valley, Globe and Northern R. R. to build through the San Carlos reser vation from its present terminus at Ge ronimo to Globe. Tbe Indian gave unanimous consent for a road being Kuiif. thmnirh trioir ivtaapRainna. a dis tance of 55 miles. The terms agreed upon were as ioiiowb; Tha Tnriiona tn rBTsivB 28000 BS a ribe for the right of way; the rail- .imJ a maw fm all iiamarrAB H CITI P tiQ buildings fences ditches and roads; tbe Indians to ride free over tbe railroad. for a period of thirty years. Further Honors for De Lome. -Washington, D C. Mr. De Lome received a cablegram today from Sagasta, thanking him for tbe valuable services rendered. He assured him of a seat in the cortes, and intimated that the government might have other highly honorable service for him to perform. As to tbe succession, Sagasta said that probably Silvela would be Silvela is the leader of the dissenting uviiiru lui in luiovci eaai " conservatives in the cortes. Ha beada the factit'on on which Sagasta depends to form with- the liberals a majority In support' of his ministry, bilveia has been savage in his expressions of contempt for the United States. Spain Apologizes for De Lome's Letter. New York. A dispatch to the World from Madrid ssys: A formal state ment of regret at the censure of Dupuy De Lome's conduct' coupled with an expression of sincere desire that tbe Can ale j as letter incident shall rot im pair the present friendly relations be tween the government) of Spain and the United Ltates or interrupt, the negotiations for a treaty, will be made . by Foreign Minister Gullon immediate 1 v after the gazetting of the decree ac cepting De- Lome's resignation and Knnnint.inir hi" successor as soanlsn representative at Washington. On the other hand Spain has not disavowed responsibility for tbe utterances of Senator De Lome and does not consider tbat any disclaimer of that character 1b necessary. From Spain 's point of view, the incident is closed not only as to Da Lome's reflection upon tbe president ' and the American people, but as to his declarat;oo tbatautoromy is a mockery and reciprocity a fraud. Such is tbe unsatisfactory - informa tion contained in tbe long expected statement from Minister Woodford re ceived late last oiebt. - The Spanish Situation. ' Washington. After tbe meeting of the cabinet at tbe white, house a sec- - retarv remarked that so far as it re- Hied to Mr. De Lome, the incident was entirely closed, but that Spain, would be forced either to approve or disap prove of Mr. De Lome's letter, and ea- pecally to state, ip unequivocal terms, whether or not Mr. De Lome's advice to his friend Canalejas that be should agitate tbe question of commercial relations, even tnougnjit oo'y De lor ei- -feet, was the true position of Spain. If so, this would be regarded as a seri ous matter, as it would show that tbe Spanish government was merely trifling with the United States in its talk about reciprocity. Un less Spain takes action without unnec essary delay in regard to tbe De Lome ; letter, this government,. the cabinet of ficer suggested, might recall its min'ster to Madrid, and thus end all . diplomatic relations with the Spanish government. He regarded the whole -ubject as unFettld. although Mr. De Lome himself is in no way a factor to the subject at tbe present time. -. "We snau wait until i uesaay, ue. said, "and if there is no . action by Rnsin hefnra that time then we will consider what is best to b3 done." ' More exciting tnan a ouu ngnc ine -bull gets a fair show next Sunday. Think of it! A man of 150 lbs r weight pitted against a powerful bull of per haps 1800 lbs. The Star Grocery is selling goods cheaper iban any other house in the city. A single trial will cjnvlnoe you. Romulus, the mode-n Samon. Doi't fail to see the marvelous Italian i i strong man wrestie vuo uun. New 1898 map of El Paso. All book stores. Jccrrai mavkea t- food pore, wXtoIeaoaue tM FQ17SII. Absolutely puro soval bmcms peajosa so asw vevx.