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EL PASO DAILY HEKALD, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 20, 1900
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As a Hot
"CRYSTAL SPRINGS GINGER ALE"
Clears the Head
Warms the Stom
JOHN B. WATSON,
GROCER, PROVISION MERCHANT AND TEA DEALER.
CORNER SAN ANTONIO AND STANTON STREETS.
Ositbd States Wiatheb Bcbbad. i
El Paso Texas. Jane 20, 1900
Local Time 6: 54 a.m.
Barometer 29 jW
r -cotton of wind
V -loeity of wind per hour
wttnThT- and ,'ear
H..aJ4 tours ilnches last hundredths.Trar.e
H iffrt temperatureiast 34 hours
Lowest temperature 24 hours B7
Mrs. Tellez Will Have To
Trial For Perjury
Mrs. Elijia Tellez was again indicted
by the grand jury for perjury yester
day afternoon. She has had one trial
and the jury disagreed. It is sow
thought tbat the first indictment will
be dismissed and that the new one will
be taken up and pushed in hopes of
securing a conviction. The indict
ment returned yesterday is about the
same aa the former one. She was un
able to give bond and was placed in
Workin jr Night And Day.
The busiest and mightiest little
thing- that ever was made is Dr. King's
New Life PilN. Every pill Is a sugar
coated globule of health, that changes
weakness Into strength, listlessness in
to energy, brain fag into mental
power. They're wonderful in building
up the health. Only 25o per box. Sold
by Irvin & Co.. druggists.
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes,
by A. Conan Doyle has always been a
SI. 50 book, but you can buy a copy of
the Special limited edition at Dell
quest & Andrews' Eclectio Book Store
for 50 cents, a new supply of Mexican
Mining Laws In English and Spanish
For wonderful bargains in wall pa
per, brushes, paints and oils, go to
Ebrnberg's big fire sale, 322 south El
Paso St. See his half page advertise
ment in the Herald.
Six good live canvassers for our enlarging-department
to travel in New
Mexico, Arizona and Texas. Beet of
references required. For further par
ticulars apply or address,
The Curtis Stcdio,
Mills Btock, El Paso, Tex.
N. Oregon and Franklin Sts. , contains
nothing but outside rooms, elegantly
furnished, 6ingle or en suite, with
privilege of bath and all conveniences.
Every June we offer bargains to the
public. This June we will make 1 doz.
of our best Platlno cabinets for $2 only.
Goodloe, Photographer, opposite City
If you want a desirable walk consult
W. S. Holtzman, 507 Wyoming St.
Sha3y Grove butter 2 lbs for 45 cents
at El Paso Grocery.
drugs at Campbell A
The Printer's Strike.
Is none of oar business but while it
lasts you will find the very best bar
gains in harness and horse goods at
the West Texas Saddlery Co., 214
South Oregon street, together with
horse medicines lor we are horse
A. H. RICHARDS
103 El Paso St.
We do not say this of any concoction
which may be labeled "Ginger Ale,"
but we speak of "Crystal Spring,"
which we know all about.
This la a low price considering- that the coet cf bot
tles and packages is 40 per cent more than laet year,
RASPBERRIES and BLACKBERRIES
Our Strictly Freeh Epgs ( 20c perdoz.) and famous
"Merit" bracd Butter ( 25c per lb.) cannot be surpassed
in quality and price.
W. T. HIXSON & CO.
Have Succeeded the Old Es
tablished Jewelry House of
GEO. W. HICK0X & HIXSON,
Where the Same Courtesy
as of old Awaits Its Patrons.
Jack Ward is home from Cloud croft.
Mrs. G. L. Moyt went up to Cloud
croft this morning.
Miss Lonnie Weaver went up to
Cloudcroft this morning to spend the
Miss Alma Jones returned this
morning from Austin, where she has
been attending the state university.
C. C. Hall, of Las Cruces, who has
been in town for several days, left this
morning for Los Angeles.
County Surveyor Parker returned
to his party at Heuco Tanks this
J. P. Dieter and fam'ly left this
morning to spend the summerin Cloud
oroft. C. Meyer, the La Luz merchant, who
has been in El Paso for several days
on business, left this morning for his
Mrs. A. E. Townsend, mother of
Judge Townsend, went up to the Sa
oramento mountains this morning,
where she will join the Townsend fam
ily on Deer Hear.
Bob Greenwood, the popular mail
carrier, left this morning for a six
weeks outing at Cloudoroft. This is
the first day that he has been off duty
for over a year and he justly deserves
the rest that he will get in the moun
tains. HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Hotel Francis: P J Sullivan. New
Orleans; Wm Corbet and wife, Daran
go: J C Cowdere, Puebla; H. A. Sey
mour, Watrous;Henry Bryant, Clayton,
N M; J R Roose. Marfa; J B Winstead,
Chicago: C. B. Martin and wife, Farm
ington, N M; John Keenan, Ft. Soott:
E C Bohn, Webster, Iowa.
Zeiger: W C Sanders. Tula, Mex;
John R Hughes. Yeleta; Ed A Saokett,
Denver; H C Breckearigo and wife,
Toledo, Ohio; James J Stephenson, H
J Stephenson, Las Cruces; P L Clark,
Denver; W M Dally. H Dike, Mexico;
I M Tavlor, W H Lake, Tuoson; CO
Hall, Albuquerque; J L Taylor, Jaril
la; L Sanchez, City.
Hotel Orndorff: Theo Allen, Dr
Shields, Mexico City; Miss Detweiler,
Cincinnati; E M Molan, New Orleane;
L E Anderson, Bakerfield; W H Doty,
Los Angeles; M J Mathews, Chios go;
L M Davis, Torres Mex; Mable Cannon.
Deerfleld, Mich; Bertba Eimer, S
Paul; Thos Sewell, Tucson; W K
Grand Central Blk.
TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY
To Painters, Contractors,
When buying linseed oil from us, remem
ber you have our guarantee that it is pure.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
To the person who can find anything- but strictly
pure white lead and pure Unseed oil in our brand of
"Southern White Lead."" Price $8.50 per cwt.
JoloToing Price -bo Dealers.
Tuttle Paint and
Sweet, Dallas: N C Hall, Louisville:Ed
Burns and wife, Houston; J Kneltz
NEWT MATTHEWS CASE
Matthews On the Stand To
The trial of Newt. Matthews who is
charged with the mnrder of Emanuel
Hunter in September laet, is still on In
the district court. Four witnesses
were examined this morning. Sarah
Wright continued her testimony in
which she was interrupted last evening
on account of the adjournment of court.
No new facts were brought out by the
remainder of her testimony.
Luis Tillega9, a Mexican boy of
about 17, was next placed on the stand.
He was an eyewitness to the shooting
and eaidtbat the men were quarreling
about a woman whose name he did not
know. Matthews tried to get Hunter
down and tailing in this he pushed him
a ay and firtd the shot. Villegas lived
next door to Hunter and he testiied
that it was dark at the time.
Carol Dawson was also an eyewit
ness to the shooting as she was stand
ing in the next door with her baby in
her arms. The men according to her
story quarreled about the wife of
Hunter, he saying that she should
not be slandered. The men scuflled
on the sidewals for a few minutes,
then separating, when the fatal shot
was fired. Hunter ran towards an alley,
Matthews following and firing the sec
ond time. The defense attempted to
show tbat the witness was and is etlll
hostile to Matthews and that on one
occasion she had said to another
woman that her "testimony would
bang tbat man." This was denied
The wife of Matthews was next placed ,
on the stand and her testimony was of
a decidedly helpful charaoter for the
defendant. She said that Hunter had
used a cana before her husband shot
and tbat a large knife was found on
him after the killing. The knife and
cane were produced in court and the
knife is one of the kind used by shoe
makers which can be given quite a
harp edge. The cane was broken in
the middle by Hunter striking Mat
thews over the head with it, so it Is
When court adjourned for dinner
Mrs. Matthews was still occupying the
Street Fight Last Night.
Two well known young men had a
fight on the street last night that at
tracted quite a crowd and caused no
little comment. They had had some
trouble on Monday afternoon and
agreed to fight it out, whioh they did,
both coming out with their eyes some
what battered, and it was thought
that they were eatlsticd.
But it seems that the one who got
the worst of the battle wanted to try
it again. So last night when he met
his enemy on the street he assaulted
him from behind, according to eye
witnesses, and again was presented
with a beautiful lamp for his trouble.
Funeral of Mrs. Le Barron.
The remains of Mrs. C. S. Le Barron,
who was killed yesterday in a runaway
near the S. P. depot, were burled to
day in Concordia cemetery, the Rev.
Mr. Moore of the Presbyterian church
A large concourse of friends attended
Glass Company. I
319 San Antonio St.
They Are Coming
in all the etyles and shapes prescribed
for this season. Back numbers and
poor values are the only bead wear we
fail to 6how. Cheap hats are as per
ishable as picked flowers and look passe
in no time. Don't waste money by buy
ing something that must be thrown
away very 60on, but come to us for
what'll always look new.
R. C. Lightbody,
Leading Clothier and Gent's Furnisher,
212214 El Paso Street.
S We handle the Gold 3
S Band. We sell other
brands but we recom- 2
;E mend the Gold Band. 3
y- It Is made of the cholc-
r est meat killed and Is,
y without donbt, the b-st
JT H m and Bacon brought ""
y to this market. tilve it
5 a trial and you will con-
y ttnue to use It Kemem-
ber the place
g Howard & McPhetridge 15
Sj FANCY GROCERS, j2
g 210 St. Louis Ave. 3
Union Sunday School Picnic.
The Sunday sobools of the city will
join tomorrow in a union picnic at
Orn's grova. A speotal train will
leave the Southern Pacific station at
8:30, returalng late in the afternoon.
Everybody should bring a basket
lunch. The baggage car will carry
free any sort of luggage, chairs, ham
mocks, lunoU baskets, etc. Tickets
will be 25 cents for adults and 15 cents
To Answer For Their
Andres Cano, Savino Perez and Max
Dominguez, three Mexican boys, were
arrested by Officers Mitchell and
Harold, yesterday, charged with
These are the boys who.it is alleged,
broke into the stores of Gaorge Roller,
on South Oregon, and Thornton, San
Antonio street, and entered a house
in course of construction, near the
Hotel Dleu. At the latter place they
took a lot of carpenter's tools.
Some of the goods taken from the
stores have been recovered, by the
A warrant has been sworn out for
the youths, whose ages average about
11 years, and their examining trial
before a justice of the peace comes o2T
A Young Ranchman
Willie Mundy, aged eleven years,
loft yesterday for the City of Mexico
having ia charge a oar load of fi-o
CAST LAB VCQA8, N. M.
OOORRO, N. M.
BROWNE 6 MANZAN ARES GO.'
Teleohone 213. - Cor. Fifth and El Paso streets
Now Is the time to buy Mattings While the Assortment
A large number of Patterns that must be sold
Hoyt & Bass,
If you are
you with an
If you do know why, we can supply
all you ask for and probably make
some valuable suggestions StOVeS.
camp and ordinary, Cooking UtenSilS,
Guns and Everything
in endless variety
KRAKAUER, ZORK & MOYE
300-302 EL PASO ST.
szk Come and see the
AT TANNER-PENNEBAKER HARDWARE CO.
It chops Raw Meat. Cooked Meat, all
kinds of Vegetables, Fruit, Bread, Cheese,
Nuts and many other articles used in
maKing substantial dishes and dainty des
serts. It is a clean, handy and economic -al
way to prepare food
flAltliYY A1TC tU. EL PASO, TEXAS
Laprobes, Whips, Hammocks.
Fishing Tackle, Saddles and Harness
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS Qk
WE DO REPAIRING
St. Louis St., El Paso, Texas Phone 8 Coal and Wood
Dealers In Lime; Cement, Plaster and Hair, Mineral Paints and Mortar
Colors, Roofing, Pitch. Tarred Felt and Sheathing Paper.
The Snap Of the Season.
Your choice in our entire stock of
baby caps, made of embroidered Swiss
llnon, lawn nainsook, etc. Value 50
cents to 82.50 at 35 cents each no
more than three to any aingle
customer. Also 35 white midsummer
pattern hats worth 88.50 at S4.95.
Posener's Cut Rate Mlllnery.
J. T. MORROW,
TREATS INGROWING NAILS'.
CORNS AND BUNIONS.
OATI.S MA1DW IN ANY PART
OF THE OITY.
Office at Morrow's Barber Shop, Just South
of the Postofiice.
Morehouse Block, Oregon t-t , EI Pasc, Tex.
Scoit's Family Paste will poeitiveiy
oure all skin disease, any old sore, no
matter of how lorg standing. Give it
a trial. Sold by H. P. Noake.
The Look Damage Case
The Look damage case against the
city is about concluded. All witnesses
have been examined and there now
only remain the arguments of counsel.
The jury will get the case this evening
or tomorrow morning.
S. Li. Hughes, repairing and jobbing
shop, is located with Mclver-Patter-sou
Vehiclo company No. 107 San
Francisco street. Carry everything
in the saddlery lines, and have the
largest ready made stock to select
from close buyers will save.
' l1 am Timings tf QVtBv flrivA TCufr.tA.
' f('r45 cents at El Paso Grocery.
Rakes and Harvesting,
315 El Paso St.
ready to go, let us supply
outfit. This is one of our
If you don't know what
we do, and will supply it.
EL PASO, TEXAS
Hay and Grain
DR. F. THATCHER
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Diseases of all domestic animals
Office, California Stables, Phone 41
Dr. Thatcher's Antiseptic Healing; Powder,
for m.n or beast, is unequaled for flesh
wounds, sores. Correspondence with the
trade solicited. Address El Paso, Texas.
Regular Meals 25 Cents.
Short Orders at all Hours. Dinner from IS
to 8 p. m. Everything brand new and
strictly first class ssrvlct.
1A1 lliti C Between Ban Antonio
1UJ Ulall Ol. and East Overland Sts.
Translator and Stenographer
SPANISH AND ENGLISH
LeirfLl dnntimenta. nilnlnff petitions, re
ports, etc., translated from Spanish to Eng
lish, and vice versa. Accurate work guar
anteed. All kind of sieDOfrraphlc work and
typewriting In either language.
H. F. BErNETT, Mundy Bldg, El Paso
has opened a
Fronting the Plaza on Mesa Avenue
Wine rooms in connection FOR FABI
1L1ES ONLY. Cold Lunch served
throughout the day.
H. Drank, Manager.
KERAMIC ART STUDIO.
Instructions given In different
branchesof Keramio Art. Firing done
109 El Paso St.