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EL PASO DAILY HERALD, SUTURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1898 THE WEATHER., Uiotto States Weathbb Bobett 1 El. Paso Texas, Dec. 23, 1898. Local Time 6: 64 a. m. ) Barometer .........0.18 Thermometer.......t........ .. 25 Direction of wlod ,HW. Velocity of wind per hour..-........ 12 Weather Clear Rain 24 hour (inchesand hundredths)..... 0 Highest temperature last 24 hours.. ..........47 Lowest temperature las 24 hours . 26 CLASSIFIED ADS. WANTED. WANTED- A good; second hnd bedroom suit, extension table and about 45Lyards wool carpet. Add. K, Herald office. wants id se- AddressF. O. box UANTKD Oomoetent re" table man If position Jan. 1st. Keferxnces ;and curlty given If required 616. rUK KENT. FOR BENT. - Boom, Texas Street Board, and Bath 322 fSUI!LJ FOB BENT. 1 furnished front room with or without board, suitable for 2 gentlemen. 125 Leon St. COB KENTA furnished I able for two gentlemen. front room uit- 11 north fetan- ton street. For Rent. Two furnished housekeeping with Bath Apply atrito Myrtle St, roorr s for light etc. etc. ' FOE BENT Two nice front rooms furnish ed for light housekeeping. No children. Only neat housekeepers need apply. 316 Tex as street. rou 8AJLK. FOR SALE Mining bonds tierald office. for sale at tha 7or Sale: 22 work mules for sale, 411 Santa Fe St. FOR SALE. A few choice fresh milch cows. J. J. Mundy, room 6 Mundy Block. FOB SALE Dr. McGlll's famous Orange blossom by Mrs. A.M. Smith, 126 Leon treet. IAJST. LOST An all wool oEbrown shawl, wl h gray striped border. Ketura to Hxbald of fice. STRAYEo One dun horse branded T with several other brands. Finder please no- tlfy M, S. "Herald" office. FOUND. j FOUND A spring pnncb. Owner can have' same by proving property and paying ; for this ad. Herald office, '. UUOeLLANEUDS. Patronage hangs on a thread; that thread b your satisfaction. Treat you hon estly and it's as strong as a cable; abuse your confidence and it may snap like a cob web. We are striving to build cables; therefore we handle teas and coffees imported by Chase & Sanborn. This name means a great deal in these days of cheap everything; it is a name that brings you a guarantee and satisfaction that no other line of tea and coffee will produce. CHAS. F. SLACK & CO. Our Line of. EA8T LAS VEQA8.-NJ-M. 8000RRO. N. M. ESTABLISHED 1868. INCORPORATED, 1885 Fall and Winter SUITS and OVERCOATS BROWNE t MANZANARES CO. BLi TBXAS. Is Complete. A.SO, Wholesale G rocers. WOOL. HIDES AND PELTS. Telephone 213. - Cor. Fifth and El Paso streets. ALLlLrNES;OF;i898!PACKED GOODS SOW ON SALE. We Bell to dealers only. ill TmeUinc Short Pickwick oystem l RightSnopecMnlngf HaRd-lbfiTflai. WE FIT THE HARD TO FIT. . . . . R. C. Lightbody 212-214 ElcPaso Street. COAL, WOOD and . HEATERS ! Kmmm!mm?!mmmmmmmmmmmmmtmnmmmj j Only 1 Day Until Christmas r OUR IMMENSE STOCK IS NOW ALMOST COMPLETE. 2 EE COME IN AND SEE IT. WE HAVE AN EXTRA LAR6E 3 S ASSORTMENT OF STERLING SILVER, and STERLING 3 r SILVER MOUNTED GOODS. AMONG THEM: 3 a 1LE on draught at the Parlor. HOTEL PIERSON. with Na- Xmas Dinner. Mock Turtle Soup, Lamb Broth Peas. RELISHES. Celery, Sliced Tomatoes, Raw Oysters, Pickled Beets, Queen Olives , ENTREES. Sea Trout Boiled Caper Sauce, Rum Omelet REL.EVES. Sweet Breads witb Mushrooms Baked Trevil with Bacoa French Gooseberry Roll with Sauce. VEGETABLES. New Potatoes Ice Cream, New Peas, Asparagus Points omToast, New Wax Beans. ROASTS. Kansas City Prime Ribs of Beef, tural Gravy. Roast Mountain Deer, Claret Sauoe Northern Turkey,cranberry Sauoe DESSERTS. Fancy Ice Cream, Plain Strawberries Preserved Pears, Plum Pudding, Hard Sauce. Spanish Fruit Cake, Angel Food, Fig Cake. Mince Pie, Pumpkin Pie, Mixed Nuts, Grapes, Apples, OraDges. Java Coffee, Ioed or Hot Tea, Milk. Music During Dinner. Justice's Court. In the case of tbe State of Texas, vs. S. J. H. Castler, the defendant plead guilty to tbe charge of being drunk In a public place, and was fined one dollar and costs amounting in all to eighteen dollars .and seventy five oents. Being unable to pay the fine he was commit ted to the eounty jail. Just received a fine line of the popu lar Harrisburg L.adieB',Ml86e8 and chil dren s shoes. Also a new line for men and boys. Prices the lowest. At Mey ers, 207 El Pase street. Another Will Contest You are named as an heir. By the terms of the will you can get lap robes and horse blankets at West Texas Sad dlery Co. cheaper than any place in the city but you call at corner Oregon and Overland streets beore they are all sold. C O z 2 u B rJ Hair Brushes $2.50 to $ 7.50 3 Hair tComb 75 to Puff Boxes , 1.50 to Hat Brushes 1.25 to Hand Mirrors 3.50 to Whisk Brushes 1.50 to Military Brushes, pair. 5.00 to 2.00 8.00 5.00 14.00 6.00 10.00 3.00 NEW SOCIETY ORGANIZED. Bonnet Dusters 1.25 to Stamp Boxes, Button Hooks, Files, Shoe Horns, Darners, Glove Stretchers, Hair g Curlers, etc. Almost no end of them. 2 GEO. W. HICKOX & HIXSON. 2 Bronson Block, III San Antonio Street, El Paao, Texas - ItillilllllilUlllitiililiiiiilliltlliillUiilllliilillllilillliiiliillK The Smallpox Situation. There was one case reported today, Mexican child near the corner of Seo' ond ana Leon streets. This case was likely infected bv a case in that vlcin itv reported am oner the first when tbe house to house inspection was inau gurated two weeks ago. Dr. W. M. Yandell. state quarantine nffiner and assistant olty physician, protem, received a telegram today from W. F. Blunt. - health officer, as follows: "Can you get me a doctor to attend Bmallnnx at Barstow. Ward oounty. Wire J. J. Walder. Barstow. He will nav the doctor. Will be at Lookhart tomorrow." Dr. Yandell ' will if possible arrange with a physician to go to Barstow. DOWN THE STATE. There are three new cases of smallpox at the Parker house in Pecos.-Dr. Bush who la In personal charge of the house is down with varioloid as Is also "Uncle Nelse" one of the nurses:the third case la Grandma Cornwell who Is very sicic The first three patients are practically oonvalescent:one of these was confluent in from and nearly proved fatal. Rigid quarantine is kept up and unless the disease creeps in form some outside source, tbe health authorities here have no feara of its gaining any further hold. Dr. Yandell has written the health authorities here that the disease has been patten under control" in El Paso, ao Dr. Bush has notified the El Paso board of health, through tbe HERALD. that health certificates from reputable ohvsicians of El Paso will be honored in Peoos. At Barstow thereihave been several cases with two deaths, all confined to the Mexioans. It is reported here to day that there is a case in Midland. One of the men who took sick at Ros- wall from the disease contracted here (the night Moore spent here) died last Thursdav at the pest bouse near the ooxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Holiday Presents Make my Store a Visit; to do so is to Find the - -, - Christmas Present : : : You are Looking For. : : : THE FINEST LINE EVER SHOWN. -A.. EL IRICELAJRDS, Sheldon Block - Opposite Postofflce oxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxcocx Jeweler above place, Pecos, Texas, Dec. 23. WILL RECOGNIZE HEALTH CERTIFI CATES. Pecos, Texas, Deo. 23. Editor Herald. El Paso, Texas. Dear Sir:-Kindly Notify the city board of health through your paper that tbe Pecos authorities will re cognize any one. holding health car tifioates from any reputable physician of El Paso, wanting to enter feoos. I. J. Bush, County health physician. Burglar Alarm Went Off. T. C. Lyons was in Juarez the other night seeing the sights. Of a sudden a pistol shot rang out and a crowd col lected at the front door of the bicycle store near tbe plaza. Investigation revealed the fact that a pistol had been discharged inside -the store and the bullet had penetrated the front door passing out into the street. It seems that a trap had been set lor burglars at tbe door. A six shooter had been placed in position with its muzzle pointing to the entrance and In such position that it would be discharged when the door was opened by burglars. Some person had thoughtlessly leaned against tbe door and caused tbe weapon to be dis charged. District Court Maria Chloulta, Adelina Gonzales. Juan a Estrada, and Alvine Jimenez were arrested by Officer Johnson, for vagrancy last night and were each fined five dollars by the recorder. Sara Robinson, one of the shining lights of the tenderloin, was arrested late yesterday afternoon by officers Rogers-and Clements for fighting and disturbing the peace. Our holiday trade is simply immense because we have the fresh goods the good the low prices and everything mat manes trading at our store de sirable. El Paso Grocery Co. Curtis at the Burge Art Parlors 214 Santa Fe street, makes all "kinds of photographs including mlnature pas tels. There is no Kodak but the Eastman Kodak. W. G. Walz Co. sole and exclusive agents for El Paso, Texas. A fine lot of Kansas iressed turkeys expressly fattened for our Christmas trade. El Paso Grocery Co. Cut rates. Ribbons, Poaener's. Awardea Highest Honors World'! Fair. Gold Medal. Midwinter Fair. mm CREAM warn mm & 9nn Or 5 Cnt" rJ Powsef. TTFVe ST rAJRT. Soldier of the Spanish-American War Form a. Union. The other night there was organized in Lexington, Ky., a society which aims to be to the soldiers who enlisted in tbe Spanish-American' war what the Grand Army of the Republic has been to the Federal army of the oivil war. "The Service Men of the Spanish War" is the title of the new sooiety. and the plan of organization was con ceived by Captain Wilson L Davenny, commissary of 'subsistence of the First brigade, Second division, First army corps. Articles of incorporation have been drafted. This, the primal chapter, has been named Henry Clay camp. No. 1. The following officers were elected Commander, Colonel Leonard; vioe commander, Lieutenant Colonel Banks; adjutant and cbief of staff, Captain Davenny; treasurer, Colonel Gnnder. A ritual and regulations will be drafted. The plan of organization provides that the parent organization, Henry Clay camp. No. 1, shall be supreme in all matters pertaining to the ritual and regulations, organization of Dew camps and the general government of the so oiety until a national camp is organized. The units of organization shall be local camps, each to be named after some de ceased American soldier, sailor or states man and numbered in the order of their formation. Kansas City Times. .... OIL Thev Are Going Fast AT REDUCED PRICES See Us Before You Buy THE TANNER-PENNEBAKER HARDWARE CO. VAN BLARCOM BLK. CORNER MESA AVENUE and TEXAS STREET. mmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmfmnK I SSSt: FURNITURE 1 g MUST O-O 1 Holiday : Week. 1 And place before all suitable and sensible Christmas gifts, at sua low prires as will always make this sale a pleasant recollection In years to come.BBasB 815 and 817' El Pase BU HOYT & BASS - - aiuuuuuuaiuiuuiiuuuuiHiUiuimuuuuuuumiuuuiF: Basket Ball. The ladies in tbe surrounding townB are organizing basket ball teams and the Albuquerque Citizen has the fol lowing to say of a proposed match of this kind: Word was received today from the young ladies composing the basket ball team of the A. and M. college cf .Las Cruces, saying that they had accepted the invitation of the basket ball team of tbe university in this city to come here and play a game at the Armory ball on Tuesday evening of next week. They will accompany the foot ball play ers from the college and will reach here on Sunday night. Tbe members of the basket ball team in this city have gone to considerable expense in arranging for the game and there should be no difficulty in dispos ing of a sufficient number of tickets to reimburse them for their outlay. Ad' mission will be 50 cents. The game is a very interesting one and is well worth the price. of admission. Alamogordo Electric Light Scheme. It is learned that Alamogordo is to have a large electric light plant, and sixteen candle power lamps will be furnished at tbe rate of fifty cents for each light, to burn until twelve o'clock. In all probability the plant will be operated by tbe saw-mill, but this has not been definitely decided upon. To Be Burled Here. Edward Kerr's remains will be burried here by tbe Knights of Pythias. His St. Louis relatives telegraphed last night to Undertaker Boss notify ing him to permit tbe Knigbts to bury the uniorcunate young ii. a. lire-man. The funeral probably occur tomor row. Many Thanks This afternoon a pretty little ourly nairea girl oi about six years lavored us with a call. She brought with her a fine Christmas fruit cake, a present irom tne Belgian Hakery. The cake was shared and enjoyed by the whole iorce. Thanks and a Merry Christmas. Christmas Comes But Once A Year. Everybody come and get his share of Opossum and Sweet Potatoes, cook ed the Old Virginia Style. And Ob, cne great -rossum ia (Jake Walk,' the Heavy Get Back and the El Paso Get-a-Way don't miss it atCbopin Music Hall Monday night, Dec. 26th Eatables of all kinds will be on hand ; this will be one of tbe greatest balls and cake walks ever seen in the citv. There will be good music furnished for the occasion. Tbe "Possum La Cake Walk" will take place at 9:30 o. m. The Two Original Cooks. E. M. Hunter and Davis. Managers. Ad mission 50 per couple. The Senate Grill Room will not dis appoint you with their Christmas din ner, one of the finest in the city. They nave procured tbe largest and best turkies and antilope, with all that goes to maae up an ideal Christmas dinner. Every thing will be the best. The room will be decorated for the day's ceieDrauon. Uioser will be served one hour earlier than usual, commenc ing at 4:00 o'clock. Turkeys and cranberries, some thing that every one must have for tbeir Christmas dinner can be fouud in ndless confusion at El Paso Grcccrv Co. I Up to date Millinery, Posener's. Our Christmas Announcement From now until tbe 1st of January THE CINCINNAT STORE will place on sale the largest stock of wrapers and skirts in the city. We have Silk, Serge, Brilliantine and Wollen skirts which you can buy at your own price. Our own make shirt waists has no equal it will pay you to visit our establishment and look at them. We feave about 200 percal wrappers whioh will be closed out at 75c. Don't for getto give ua a call. Our Shoe Line Is now complete and you can buy them cheaper from us than anywhere else in town. We Have the Best $2 & 2.50 Gents' Shoe in the City. CINCINNATI STORE, Corner Oregon and Overland Streets xxcxocxxxoooooooxxxx Everybody Come! MAJESTIC SALOON Free Lunch Tonight and Egg Nog. Free Xmas Oyster Soup and Turkey Lunch. . . . WILSON & STOUPE,Prop CAFE FRANCIS. Wro Moo rflng. Manager, Christmas Dinner Menu. Sunday, December 25, 1898. OYSTERS New York Counts SOUP Green turtle, Consomme FISH Fresh Rock Cod Tartar Sauce RELISHES Queen Olives, Sweet Pickles, Crisp ueiery. SALAD Fresh Tomatoes with Mayonnaise Uressing. RELEVE Calf Tongue, Creole Sauce GAME Saddle of Antelope with Jelly ENTREES Fricassee of Brain with Mushroom in Case; Suckling Pig with Sweet Potato Croquettes. ROASTS Stuffed Young Turkey with Cranberry sauce; Kare Hoaat ueei, au jus, Roman Punch VEGETABLES Cream Mashed Potatoes, Sugar Corn. Green Peas, Asparagus,Cream Sauce DESSERTS Mince Pie, Cocoanut Custard Pie. Christmas Plum Pudding, Hard Sauce, Vanilla Ice Cream, English Fruit Cake, Oranges, Green Apples, Mixed Nuts, Amer ican and Edam Cheese Coffee Tea Milk Dinner from 5:00 to 8:00 p. m. The St. Louis Furniture Co. 311 El Paso St., Is selling its entire new ud to date stock regardless of cost. Such opportunities to buy furniture seldom occur. For Bale at Prices From $10.00 UP New Wheels from. $25.00 up M. & W. Lamps. $2.50 Twentieth Cen. Lamps- $2.00 R. S. TANNER. successor to Bovee, Ontcalt and Tanner, lt3 Oregon St., Sheldon Block. SIDEWALKS Are beoomlnfltfashionable in our city. For beauty and durability the Cement Walk is tbe only walk wadn pro perly built. A ten' year guarantee with all work. NICK CARSON. A Kodak for Christmas. W. G. Walz Co. El Paso Lime Works.' A. COTTRCHESNE, Prop. 1 OPACITY OF 500 BCSBFLS FEB DAT. MANUFACTURERS OF Hydraulic White Lime Correspond snoe Solicited. Grand Central Dink Hall NO. EL PASO ST. MEALS C- Q5G. Best meals In the pit v. Onen 6:30 a. m. tn 8:30 d. m. Kesular dinner 11 to 8-D. m. Short order served. J. M. MARLING. - Prop. The Belgian Bakery Has tbe finest assortment of Holiday Cakes ever offered to the people of El Paso. . . Call and Sec Them. 108 South Oregon St. Our front page design today Is by J. McNaughton, tbe Herald's special artist. Swell Hats, Posener's, Cut Rates.