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EL PASO, TEXAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1898.
VOL. XVIIL NO. 223
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
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.JOSHUA NAYNOLOS, PrMMant;
UlYUII TtWAHT. Oaahlar;
FIEST NATIONAL BAN
Capital and Surplus
H. L. NEWMAN, Banker,
W. H. AUSTIN, ':
A General Banking Business Transacted.
7 Mexican Money and Exchange Bought and Sold. Gold and Silver
Hullloa Bought, a AKIC1 Y u&rtjsn
3. W. MORIHIAO, Print;
J.O. LAOKLANO, Ouhiw;
STATE NATIONAL BANK
Established April, 1881.
A legitimate banking business transacted in all lta branches Exchange on
all ths cities of the United States bought at par. Highest prices paid for Mex
Banco Comercial of Chihuahua,
H jy and sell Mexican Money and Exchange on all the principal cities of the
Republic ot Mexico, the United States and Europe.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Diaacroas: LUIS TRRZA: KSRIQCB p. CRJB L: JO. M. FA ?
MAXIMO KUAKAOBoV: LunTERaAZA.9. ja
AUOLPH KKAKADKK. MaMC
IKSIMSKY. A.eOLOMON. B. P. MIUUBLHOM. 8. J. CKEUDENTHAL,
Praaldaat. Vice President. Becretarf. General Manager
the H. LESINSKY CO.,
and JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS.
Wa carry a com pie ta Una of Staple and Fancy Groceries, and f uarante. all our goods flrst
2laaa. Wa aollcU tb. trade of dnmlera only, and (It eapecial attention to mall orders.
I have decided to sell out my Juarez store, and
invite the people of this city and vicinity to come
and make their purchases, taking advantage of
the low prices at which the goods will be sold.
This is an opportunity to buy cheap and you
should not miss it. JOS. GOODMAN.
B PORT OF LIVERPOOL STORE.
El Paso Development
THE ADVENT OF THE
Finds us unusually well prepared with a magni
ficent stock of-
CLOTHING. FURNISHINGS i HATS
For men and boys. The new styles are many of
them, radically different from those of last Fall
and Winter. While we have endeavored ia the
selection of this season's stock to meet the pop
ular price demand, no single article in our store
no matter bow low its price, has been permitted
to bare a place oo our counters unless it embod
ied propar style arid satisfactory serviceability.
It t our purpose simply to make announce
ment here of the fact that our ....
Fall and Winter Stock IS READY
For the Inspection of the public. We will from
time to time make special announcements of In
dividual Items which will not only merit a ten
tlon, but which will repay your prompt investl-eation.
Leaders of the
M. W. FLOURNOT, Vlc-PraMnt
JOS. P. WILLIAMS, Asst. Oaahlar.
H. L. KBiWMAN. Jr., Aut. Oaahiar.
tWAE.J r jn
JOSEPH MAQOFFIN, VicvPraaidant;
j. H. RmSSCLL, A..t Oaahlar.
gg' tfSS Be9 Hkero if thihnihaa.
TUP BI 11T The Greatest
J iii If 1 1 ll I Gold SvlnT
1 ,' lIHll Machine one
Territory for sale cheap to
the right man.
Call, and see this Wondereul
Center Block, 3$ flV&glgS..
Co. box 568. El Paso.
i is a t
op in I
ice of t
Flour and we
can now sell
50 lbs PriJe of Denver.. $125
50 lbs Jack Frost.;... 125
50 lbs Boss Parent 150
18 lbs Choice Pressing
Diiba Cta.innil II.mATr Vpnm
1UTC OUOIULU 11UUCJT 11UU1 I
ths Valley, 3 lbs . . . 2h j
J. B. Watson's
Oor. Ban Antonio I Cn n o 1 M
and Stanton Street. I U 1 1 G ItI
SZj PASO, TUXAS
'1 Mxr-.(ei 11.
$20 Shampooing, 25c.
The latent and best. Cleans
the taalr and leave. It soft as
silk. A Perfect Ureaalng.
" 1 i k ca
0 Grocery Co., g
V Cor. Ovrland and W
Oregon Sts. Q
On easy payments. Select one of
thfse. All uioaern style up-to-date
Price HO). 00.
A Piano and Orchestra combined.
The Artistic PUno of America.
Costs lens worth 100 cents on every
dollar of cost.
The A. B. Chase,
The only Octavo Pedal.
Known everywhere and by every
body. Try them In 01 r store, or you may
co'nma d a fpe recital a. d:iy
when you may chooft to favor ns
with your presence.
W.?G. WALZ CO
Manic Btore Bicycle and Sew
ing Machine Depot.
EL PASO .... TEX
1 Hit fifr -iUV rMfc-lfcV -Mf r -rTllfr -flt -ftVi -itt't illfi Uli '-
-anxaa AND SON,
Saa Francisco Street,
EL PASO, TEXAS.
On terms to suit all
PllLMO Til r In ST. PaII.IiIhw a.at
W. G. DUNN
SSO Ban Antonio St.
A. H WHITMER, D. D. S.
Dentistry In all its branches.
ever Seata Fa City Tlskat OflBae.
Otis Reports Casualties' and Their
Washington. Oct. 3. The follow.
ing cable messages were received this
morning: Manila, Oct. 3 Adjutant
General Washington, D. C. The
steamer Scandia arrived today without
accident. Private Jacobs of the hospi
tal corps-die l.at'sea, of typhoid fever.
His remains were brought here for in
"Adjutant General, Washington
D. C. the deaths of American troops Id
one Philippines for July, August, and
September were four offlaera, an
eighty-three enlisted men. In August
two officers and fifty enlisted men
of which one officer and six
teen enlisted men were kil'ed in action,
and seven died of wounds. The deaths
for September were 23 enlisted men.
Total deaths were 1? killed in action,
7 died of wounds, and 14 of typhoid
fever. The cause of the remaining
deaths was accidents and miscellaneous
MILLIONS IN IT.
Millionaires Will Contest For Con
gressional Prizes This Fall.
New York, Oct.' 3. An interesting
feature of the congressional el ctions
in this city next month will be
the fight between a man of
millions heretofore prominent in social
affairs, Col. John Jacob Astor who
served at the front during the late war
and li worth forty million dollars, who
will be the republican candidate in the
13th district. Pitted against Colonel
Astor will be Tammany's choice O. H.
P. Belmont, the youngest son of the
late August Belmont and a million
aire four times over.
Jobn Jacob. Astor's relative, Wil
lis m Astor Chanler wi'l be ttu demo
cratic cat didate in the- 8th district.
He has won fame as an African ex
plorer and served during the war on
General Wheeler's staff. Opposed to
him is Jobn Murray Mitchell, who pos
sesses millions and is known in
yachting and sporting circles.
General Merrltt Arrives at Paris.
Peace Commlacloners Meet.
Paris, Oct. 3. Gen. Merrit who
commanded the American troops at
Manila arrived today from Marseilles.
He repaired to the Grand Da L. A thene
and declined to be interviewed as he
was suffering from fatigue. Gen. Mer-
rltt did not fee the United States peace
commissioners before the opening of
the joint session today.
The American commissioners had a
session this morning at their own
offices, preparatory to a eecond meet-
d; with the Spanish commissioners
which begins at 2 o'clock thisafternooo.
The American commissioners will be
received by Faure at 5 o'clock tomor
NOT QUITE READY.
The Oregon and Iowa Will Not Sail
a Washington, Oct. 3. The Oregon,
and Iowa may not start to Manila un
til next week. It is expected at the
navy department this morning that the
fitting out of the distilling ship Iris
and the provision ship Celtic might
not be completed until the JOth ins
tant, and this fact would alone be suf
ficient to delay the Bailing of the bat
tleships since all vessels are to go to
gether. A leading official in the de
partment told your reporter positively
that no significant reason prevented
the sailing of the ships except that
they were not ready to go.
Is Named for 'Marshal of the North
ern District of Texas.
Washington, Oct. 3. The follow
ing appointments were announced
from the white bouse this morning.
Jos E. Lee of Florida Internal Re
venue Collector district of Florida,
George H. Green, of Texas, U. S.
Marshal for the northern district of
Texas. Lt. Commander. William H.
Reeder to be Commander, Passed As
sistant Engineer, Frank W. Bartlett
to bo chief engineer.
Succeeds Moore as First Assistant
Secretary of State.
Washington, Oct. 3. The presi
dent has appointed Dr. David J. Hill,
at first assistant secretary of state to
succeed John W. Moore resigned. Dr.
Hill was president of the Roobester
University. He is now in Holland, but
is expected to return at once, having
accepted the position tendered.
Chinese Embassy At London Still
Recognize tha Emperor.
London, Oct 3. The Chinese lega
tion at London discredits the story of
the emperor of China's violent death
and the embassy still officially recog
nises tha emperor aa the feigning mon
4:30 p. m
Witness In Mclntyre Trial Speaks
Denver, Oct. 3 George F. Brierly
and W. H. Hamilton were the only two
witnesses called for the defense in the
Mclntyre trial today. Both gave
strong tes'imony favorable to the
chaplain. Hamilton created something
of a sensation by stating that be had
formed a strong opinion from what he
had read and heard of the governments
unfairness to the Chaplain. The gov
ernments witnesses, he said had sworn
to what they knew was incorrect.
'You are willing to swear then that
the witnesses did nof swear correctly
because tbey differed from you?" said
the judge advocate. Witness wished
to know whether an affirmative answer
wonld constitute a charge of individ
ual per j a ry. He was told no. "Yes"
he replied positively to the question.
A TRIPLE LYNCHING.
A Tennessee Posse Metes Out Jus
tice Without Trial.
Chattanooga, Oct 3. A dispatch
from Murfreesboro, Tenn., says: John
Hollingsworth and two accomplices
have been captured here by a mob of
sixty men and lynched. They were
charged with firing into a crowd who
bad gathered at an auction sale of Hol-
lingsworth's property in Cannon coun
ty last Saturday, killing four men and
fatally wounding the fifth.
Hollingsworth was shot and serious
ly wounded before surrendering to the
Business at a Standstill and
fu gees Fleeing North
Water Valley, Miss. Oct. 3
There are six cases of yellow fever
here to d at 9. Dan McGohan, of Paducab
Ky , and conductor Tom Binford are
the latest cases. A refugee train of
eight coaches left for St. Louis and
Cbicego last night. Business of every
description is shut down. The railroad
shops are closed, and the outlook is
gloomy in the extreme.
For Ex-State Treasurer Haywood
Philadelphia. Oct. 3. The rumor
that a warrant has been issued for the
arrest of ex-state treasurer Haywood
and others is confirmed by magistrate
Jermon this morning. The warrant
charges the former state treasurer and
others with a conspiracy to use the
funds of ths Peoples Bank and the
state funds therein deposited illegally.
TWO OUT OF FOUR
Tod Sloan Wins Two Out of Four
LONDON, Oct. 3 In the racing at
the Nottingham autumn meeting to
day Tod Sloane rode two winners out
of four mo'ints.
No Immediate Danqer.
Washington, Oct. 3. The state
department received the following
telegram this morning: A telegram
to Minister Conger from Pekin states
that there is no serious danger there
yet but considerable anxiety for the
future. The foreign fleets are as
sembling at Tien Tsu. Some ministers
are ordering marines to Pekin for
The Baltimore To China.
Washington, Ojt. 3. Instructions
have been sent by Secretary Long to
Dewey directing him to send the
Baltimore at once to Tien Eslo, China.
This action shows conclusively that
concern is felt by the administration
over the existing condition of affairs
in the Celestial empire. The Balti
more has a long trip before her.
Contracts Awarded for Four New
Washington, Oct. 3 The navy de
pyrtment has awarded tha contracts
for the new monitors Arkansas, Con
necticut, Florida and Wyoming to
Nixon, of Elizabeth port, N. J.; New
port News ship building company;
Scott, ot San Francisco, and Bath Iron
Works, Bath, Maine.
Count Von Goetzen Returns.
Berlin. Oct. 3. Count, Von Goet
zen, who was sent by the German gov
ernment to watch the Spanish-American
war on the American side, has ar
rived aDd will report in person to the
emperor before the latter starts on his
trip to Palestine this month.
Welcomes The News-
London, Oct. 3. The evening News
says: "Tee most welcome news today
in reference to the far east is that
America is considering the advisa
bility of taking a hand In the game
which the heathen Chinese is play
ing." Second Cavalry M ove.
CampWikopf, Oct. 3. The 6econd
United States cavalry, under command
of Major Walla.e left for Huntsvllle,
la-, tad ay.
Williams Will Control.
Worcester, Mass., Oct. 3. George
Fred Williams, according to all in
dications, will be in complete control
of tomorrow's democratic state conven
tion to the complete ostracism of the
"Boston machine," beaded by Mayor
Qulacy. There is a strong sentiment
among the delegates fn favor of giving
Mr. Williams the gubernatorial nomi
nation if he can be prevailed upon to
accept. Mr. Williams is understood
to have favored the aspiration of John
Clark Ridpath, but the latter ha9 re
cently discovered that he has not been
a resident of the state long enough to
beoomo eligible. Under these
circumstances the matter of
the gubernatorial nomina
tion appears to be drifting, but the slo
gan of the Williams faction Is "any
one except the Quincy crowd." With
Williams in control of the convention
the resolutions will declare strongly In
support of the Chicago platform.
Colored Masons in Convention.
Columbus, O., Oct. 3. During the
next tix days this city will be the ren
dezvous of colored masons of high de
gree from every section of the country,
the occasion being the semi-centennial
celebration and national grand
triennial communication of the Grand
Lodge of Free and Accepted York
masons. The week's programme was
formally opened today with exercises
in the Columbus auditorium, the speak
ers including Thomas Jefferson Mar
tin, grand master of Michigan, Rev.
John B. L. Williams of Florida, W. D.
Mathews of Kansas, and Rev. A. B.
Allen of Georgia.
Difference of Opinion.
Berlin, Oct. 3. The Berlin civil
courts and Leipsic court of appeals
differ in the matter of Princess de
Cbimays photographs. The Berlin
courts say photographs of princess
in fleshlings are no more objection
able than cuue or .semi-nude
statuary. The L"np-io courts regards
the formof the pricccs not at all artistic
as tbo frn i to' fat."' Th BrlTn
authorities however rofused to sup
press the pictures and another-perempt-
tory order from Le'psic was necessary.
Failed to Respond.
Berlin, Oct. 3. The emperor re
fused the invitation of King of Warem-
burg to be present at the unveiling of
the Kaiser Wilhelm monument which
took place yesterday. State business
of importance was what the emperor
gave as u reason for declination to
serve. The emperor's decision in the
matter caused much surprise, since he
never before fa'led to attend the cere
monies which honor the memory of bis
A Fort Ball Fatality.
Boston, Oct. 3.-The first fatal acci
dent on the football Gridiron this fall
occurred here Saturday on the Frank
lin field. Robert Coveny, son of late
Postmaster Cooveny, was thrown in
tackle play and eleven men piled on
the top of him. When Coveny was
finally extricated from under the hu
man mass be was found to be fatally in
jured. His neck was twisted and one
leg paralyzed. He died in the hospital
Mrs Guilford Arraigned.
- London, Oct. 3. Mrs, Nancy Guil
ford, Bridgeport, Conn., the midwife
who was arrested Saturday, was ar
raigned at Bow street police court in
extradition proceedings this morning
upon the charge of having been an
accomplice in manslaughter in the
ki ling .of Emma Gill, of Washington,
Conn. The court room was crowded
and Mrs. Guilford looked pale and
careworn. She was remanded for one
This morning the district court met
with Judge Walthall on the benoh. All
the officers of the court were pres
ent. The work of empanelling the grand
jury was the fir-t thing to come up and
the following jury were selected.
John Julian fireman; Sam J. Freu
dentbal, C. R Morehead, U. S. Stew
art, W. T. Hixson, E. P. Brown, Hen
ry Pfaff, H. R. Wood. A. Y, Simmons,
M. C. Edwards, W. S.McCutcheon and
J. T. Nesom.
QThe next thing done by the court
was to grant Clarence Way permis
sion to practice law in the state of
Collector Dillon ha made the follow
ing appointments in the Custom Force
Ed. R. Fink to be mounted inspector,
vice Boone, resigned; Day inspector,
Jas A. Mrr vice Ben F. Jenkins, re
signed: Cbas. A. Kinney, Mounted Ins
pector, vice George Gaiiher, resigned
George Briggs, night Inspector, vice
Ed R. Fink promoted; Jobn Priest,
watchman at Federal Building, vloe
Jas A, Marr promoted.
City Clerk Catlln today issued a per
mit to J. Swouch for the erection of a
$360 brick residence to be built on lot
2 of block 7 of Magoffio's addition to
the city of El Paso.
The Graphic was in error in stating
that the K. of L. will entertain the
soldier boys tonight. : It is tomorrow
night (Tuesday tbe 4th last) that the
K. of L. boys propose to give a nice
lii tie reception to 'he rough riders and
other volunteer soldiers in the city.
Alderman McDuffie was among the
arrivals yesterday on the T. P. The
alderman has been taking his vacation
In New York and reports a great time
there. Still, be says El Paso is the
For the lack of space or for some
other "god and sufficient" reason the
Graphio failed to report the interest
ing proceedings of the "Dewey Fleet"
lag raising at Rand's Grov. last night.
Garfield Casey of Las Cruces earn
down this morning.
Will Brown went north on the Santa
Fe yesterday morning.
Yesterday Miss Gomets left on th
Saota Fe for Denver, Col.
Col, Wade left theN olty yesterday on
tbe Santa Fe for Chicago.
Harry Alexander returned from Al
bubuerque Fair yesterday.
Jos. Wilson, the Three Rivers mer
chant, is in tbe eity on business.
G. Romney and wife boarded yester
day's Santa Fe for Salt Lake City.
Tom Bell, Jr., returned to Mesllla,
N. M,, on yesterday morning's train.
A. T. Stewart left on the Saota Fe
yesterday morning for Salt Lake City,
Mrs. C. E. Moore came down yester
day from Las Cruoes to join her hus
band. Russel Walters, of Las Cruces. is on
bis usual bi-monthly visit to friends in
Mrs. W. H. Schwartz left tbe city
yesterday, by the Santa Fe route, for
A. B. Call and wife were passengers
on yesterday's north bound train for
salt Lake City.
W. H. Reed was a passenger oa the
northbound Santa Fe yesterday for
Salt Lake, Utah.
Geo. C. Bennett and son left the city
yesterday via the Santa Fe, for La
Mrs. Daniel Harris, ot Tularoea, left
Saturday on the T. P. for a visit with
relatives at Odessa.
General Manairar Nlokeraoa of the
Mexican Cenfal went north this morn
ing on the Santa Fe.
Daniel Harris one of Tularosa's best
business men left the city this morning
on the Northeastern.
George H. Dvls, of Salt Lake, left
for tbe City of Saints yesterday, on the
northbound Santa Fe.
W. H. Weed took leave of friends in
the city yesterday and boarded the
Santa Fe for St. Louis.
Thos. G. Hendricks, a well known
cattleman, is here from Odessa serving
on the U. S. grand jury.
Attorney Millard Patterson came In
on tbe Texas & Pacific yesterday from
a bu-ioe?a trip to St. Louis.
J. D. Milton returned on yesterday's
southbound Santa Fe from Chicago and
left for Deming on the S, P.
Commercial Agent Knhn oV the
Mexican Ceotral, returned Saturday
evening from a trip in Mexico.
Dirk Seligman came down yesterday
from Las Cruces. Dirk is chief elecic
at Henry Stoes' big bus.ness house.
Judge William Burns, ex-deputy col
lector in N. Mn recently from the
Pacifio coast, is in the city for a tew
Judge Sexton went to San Antonio .
yesterday on the G. H. Tbe judge ex-
peo's to be absent from the city aoous
10 da j s. t
Mrs. W. H. Seamon and family of
Socorro Mew Mex-co, arrived in our
city yesterday. They will reside here
President Ivans and wife left this
city for Salt Lake City yesterday in
cbarge of 15 converts to Mormonism,
on the Santa Fe.
J. H. Ligbtfoot, of the Sacramento
Chief, came down from the Albuquer
que fair yesterday, returning with the
White Oaks exhibit.
Yesterday George Armijo, one of
New Mexico's "rough riders," now
convalescent, came in on the S. F., and
left on the Central for Chlnuanna.
Messrs. E. C. Roberts, Johns. Loom is
and others went to Las Cruoes today
to attend meeting of the directors of
the Rio Grande Dam and Irrigation
H. D. Slater editor of the Herald,
left Tes'erdav on the Santa Fe for a
short trip to Washington. He -says
positively tnat ne wiu return auone
this time. .
Mr. Isaac Ivan W. Hofeld quite pro
m'.nent in German society left yester
day for Morenci, Arizona, to take
cbarge of one of tbe biggest mercan
tile houses in the west.
Dr. Braden was among the arrivals
on the Southern Pacifio yesterday,
and was shaking hands with his
mny friends all day. He will be
in town for a few days only.
D. P. Blake, Grand Chancellor of
the K. P.'s of the Grand Domain of
Texas, 1b on an official visit to the K.
P. lodges in El Paso. He is a guest of
Mr. Jos. L. Dwyer at 309 Wyoming
A. J. De Mules, indicted with six
others for "driving prospectors off the
public domain," returned from Las
Cruces yesterday. Concerning the in
dictments Mr. De Mules says: "U. S.
Attorney W. B. Cbilders had indict
ments against four others quashed who
agreed to help cinch me and two oth
ers; and it took the jury just fifteen
minutes to bring in their verdlot of
'not guilty' against the three of us.
Judge Hamilton, of Socorro, defended
St. Charles: J. B Pulllam; krs.
C. D. Lowe. San Francisco; J. W.
Taylor, T. JT. Lowe. Parral; T. E.
Peters, Bonita; F. Peacock, La Mesa,
N. M.; H. D. Rogers, Kansas City.
Pier son:' S. G. Blcknell, Cairo; R.
L. Priest. St. Louis; G. M. Garvey and
wife, Memphis; L. Lindsay, Nogales;
D T. Ha at, Austin; Q. W. Smith and
ife, Brooklyn, B. Wells, Kansas City;
M. J. Payne, St. Louis; E. R. Phillips,
Guaymaa; S. P. Cain, A. W. Medler,
Grand Central: F. A. Townsend.
Denver; G. R. Dawson, St. Louis: I. C.
Sanchez, Eddy; R. Pacheoo, N, V.; G.
OT. Dflameter, Pittsburg; J. C. Hiels,
Chicago; M G. Banks. H. S. Glevln,
Van Sickle. H. S. Kokernot.J. P. Hol
Lindell: A. H. Buck, Dos Cabezas;
J. H. Marttneau, W. H Redd, C. E. B.
Schlattey, Miss Ruth Harper, G. H.
Davis, Colonia Juarez; G. Romney and
wife, A. B. Call and wife, Dublan; E.
Richardson; G. A. Johnson; H. Turley;
Mrs. Humphries; C Zimmerman, Mex
ico City: C". May and wife, Chihuahua;
O. J. Helber; Jesus Flores, Guadala
jara; Geo Bennett: S. E. Pelpbrey;
Alamogordo: H. Parra; W. Culberson,
C. Price, E. Graham, A. W. Wright.
Odessa; Charles Zunmerman, Mexico
City; A. Gahllnd, Arizona; E L. Run
nels, San Antonio; S. O. Latimer, Pre
sidio; Charles B-ubler, Shafter: A. R.
Byrd, Jr., Jaoksoa.
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