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EL PASO DAILY HERALD. THURSDAY. MNUARY JO, i90l. 8 Holiday Groceries' WatsonV'Famous for ,01' 'Store HERB'S A PARTIAL. LIST:jf . PINEAPPLE GLACE: Both yellow and rose colbrfedVa most delicious confection ....,.,. !fJ';C'75c PI" pound- CANDIED CHERRIES : Everybody likes them1 75c per pound. CHERRLES IN MARASCHINO : The ' f anion s DandAcolle & Gaudin brand of French Cherries preserved in liquer. Quarts $1.00 each. FANCY CLUSTER RAISINS: On thestem,...'. 3 pounds for 50c. NEW FIGS : Smyrna and California;, th as nice s ftlce can be im ported 25c, and the California onlj 15c per Ppu' KENNEDY'S FRUIT CAKE: A rare treat and almost a necessary adjunct for a Christmas dinner, in one pound tins 35c each, and in 5 pound tins only $1.50 each. ;j ;.. , SHELLED PECANS and Shelled Walnuts, both In half pound packages at 40c They are not brokeninto small pieces but are picked half nuts only. Shelled Almonds 50c per pound. JOHN B. WATSON, GROCER, -PROVISION MERCHANT AND TEA DEALER Oornar Bttnlun n 8n Aatoajo BtreeU. Tel. 161. TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY. Pratt & Lambert's House Varnishes. Valentine & Co's. Coach and Bu gy Varnish. How to Paint Your Bath Tub: First paint two coats of white lead mixed with turpentine. Then fin ish with one or two coats of bath tub enamel. An expert float builder. Mr. B. A. Cutler will be with us until after the Carnival. He has ideas and designs that will please you.' Window Glas This is our strong suit. Mirror plates and stained glass. TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY, TEL. 206- EL PASO, TEXAS THE WEAJHER y ' United States Weather Bureau, El Paso, Texas, Jan. 10, 1901. Local Time, 5:54 a. m. Barometer 29.98 Thermometer 36 Direction of wind NW Velocity of wind per hour (miles) ..9 Weather Clear Rainfall last 24 hours (inches) ....0 Highest temperature last 24 hours ..60 Lowest temperature last 24 hours.. 36 Phone your advertisement in, short. if It's rerythlng In drugs at Campbell ft emyson's. Telephone No. 156 for Buttermilk. See large display of pictures at Blakesley Sc. Freeman's. Kaseman delivers pure coal, free from slate and dirt. 'Phone 8. Hotel Francis, European, 75c to $1.00 Ca day. Bath with every room. Ask for "EL PASO TRANSFER", the 5 cent CIGAR on the market. There is no excuse for a cold dinenr If yon buy your coal from Kaseman, Fhone 8. Manicuring at Natatorium Turkish hatha. "We can't have everything to please a," but Kaseman's coal pleases every body. "Phone 8. The Eclectic Book Store is growing upwards, its prices are tending down ward. School books and supplies at the very lowest prices. 320 San An tonio street. Chiropodist at Natatoruim Turkish baths. If yon have any little item of newa personal or otherwise, The Herald will be glad to have it, by mall or phone. Briefs printed Just Herald otnce. right at The Buttermilk. Telephone No. 156. See large display of Pictures at Blakesley & Freeman, 107 El Paso Street Not Especially for Christmas but for your own or a friend's use all the time. We refer to the Genuine Waterman Fountain Pens. Acknowledged everywhere to be the best on earth. Every pen war ranted. We don't want anyone to carry one of our Waterman Foun tain Pens who is not entirely satisfied with it. therefore we will redeem any fountain pen we sell you that is not satisfactory either with a new pen or return you the CASH, so you take no chances whatever. THE JEWELERS, Bronson Block, El Paso, Texas. PERSONALS. Phone 8 to Kaseman for the best Blank books of all kinds at Potter White's. - l "Phone 8 to Kaseman for the oest HOTEL SHELDON. . American plan $3.00 to $5.00 per day Bwuijiuaii plan $1.00 to $2.00 per day. U rooms' bath and closet connections, lea tile light, steam heat hot and cold In every room. . j J. W. Fisher, ; n Is likely to stay with as because It will be followed by another in a few days. Save yourself and your hone by getting horse blankets and lap robes at West Texas Saddlery Co., 214. S. Oregon street. THE COLD WAVE Ed Caples and George Harper wnt to Ysleta today to collect taxes. J. T. Neasom, returned from the east this morning accompanied by his daughter. Miss Neasom will remain with her father several months. A. L. Roy. the well known grading contractor, was taken to Hotel Dieu very ill with pnuemonia this morn ing. Mr. Roy has been sick at his camp in the west part of town for sev eral days but his condition was not thought to be dangerous until today. W. E. Leonard and family left this morning for Los Angeles to make thnt city their home again. Mr. Leonard came here from that city and opened up the Leonard department store tut becoming dissatisfied he closed out bU stock and returned to Los Angeles. Judge P. B. Muse, of Sherman who is spending the winter here, has about recovered from a long spell of fever. He contemplates moving to KI Paso to reside in the future and will bring his' family out soon. The Judse is one of the leading attorneys of Texas and he will be a valuable addition to the bar of El Paso. N. Lapowski. a wealthy merchant of Gainesville, Texas, is in El Paso looking for a location for a dry goods store. Mr. Lapowski was a major !n the Fourth Texas volunteers in the Spanish war and is one of the mobt iavoraoiy Known men in lexas. no has come here to join his fortune with that of El Paso and will locate if he can get a suitable building. Amos Abrani8. an aged and promi nent vineyardist of Fresno. Cal., ar rived from New Orleans this morning with his wife and will spend several days here. Mr. and Mrs. Abrams have been on a visit to the Crescent City and are on their return home. M-. Abrams says that at this time of the year the weather is damp and disagree able in Fresno and he will remain here where- it is more pleasant until the weather clears up in his home town. cm ELEGANT NEW YEAR'S GIFTS for AT THE HOTELS. NOTICE. AH persons who attend the ball to be given in honor of the Carnival Queen Friday night, will kindly drop their cards, in the box cn entering the ball room. By request of Executive Committee. Try the. Herald's popular wants. SHELDON: Trabue Van Culin. Denver; W. P. Thompson. Capitan; S. L. Bean. N. Y.: G. N. Pannell. Chicago: . S. E. Edwards. Cincinnati: F. C. Hitchcock. Toledo. O.: E. H. West. Colorado Springs: C. M. Falley. Den- I ver; D. M. Goodwillie. R. J. Goodwillie and wife. Miss Goodwillie. Chicago; It. J. Comer. Kansa tCity; W. F. Ho gan. Denver; B. G. Wilson. Las Vegas: A. J. Barnes. H. Hamlin. San Antonio; Robert E. Edwards. Chicago; F. W. Voogt. San Francisco; C. E. Hardy, Tucson. Ariz.; Josepe Petti jihn. Au gusta. Ga.; M. Garioler, Hermosillo; J. Otis, New Orleans. FRANCIS: H. H. Haggins. San An tonio: M. W. Albers. Alton: H. Small San Antonio: Victor Crianetta. Brook lyn; Victor Farabee, Galveston; Jack W. Forabee. Houston; A. Paters-m and wife. Dallas; Miss Etta Bunshau sen. Gonzales: Wm. Jones and wife. Chicago; Mrs. Thompson. Freswel; V. j y r. Hurt, (jarisoaa; J. f. Martinez, Ju lian Alincio. Capitan; S. W. Baker. Ta coma; C. F. Dubose, Los Angeles; Chas Draper. Henry Draper. Little Fall. PLAZA: C. O. Schultz, Chicago; W. W. Howard, Denver; Mrs. M. E. Mathews. G. B. Mathews. E. E. Straight. Bakersfleld; L. T. E. Morlock Carlyle. III.; James Lee. Rising Star; E. M. Neely. Tucson: W. G. Hightow er. A. W. Clark. A. J. Clark and fam ily Mineral Wells. Texas: James F. I SZZ Teather. Williams. Ariz.; W. H. Bar ton. E. F. Longee. Mexico; I. S. Lan sing. New York; Nick Gehring.- J. C. Hill. Albuquerque: A. Kichue. Socorro. ORNDORFF: Jas. Russ. San An- i tonio. M. W. Noland. New Orleans: M. G. McGinnis and wife. Los Angeles; Hugh Morgan. Will Crow,- Chicago; Frank Hamrick, Jiminez; R. P. Boyer. Mexico City: J. D. Houck. Chicago; J. E. Dunn. Los Angeles: George Russell. Oakland, Cal.; H. L. Meyers. Los An geles: J. F. Hereford. Dallas; Mrs. V. H. Clfemmens, Fremont. Neb.; Miss B. Annis. Tipton. Ind.; Wm. E. Clark. Newark. N. J.; Col. Ed Conners, Pan- tano. ZEIGER: E. N. Heck. San Fran cisco: J. W. Crawford and wife, Carie- E. W. Marston and wife. Oakland; Phil Pragar. St. Louis; c L. Primrose, Man ager For Her Sake Co.; J. Canon. Van Horn: H. F. Slesmeth and wife; C. G. Scobell wife and daughter. Leo ivoberts. A. L. Dixon. Fort Worth; C. H. Featberstone, New Mexico; Geo. C. Johnston and wife. Miss Nella Wag ner. Miss May Vacona. Midwinter Car nival Co.; Bet Plitz. F. Russell, Mid winter Carnival Co. gentlemen grace our counters, show cases and shelves in the greatest profusion. Here's a partial list: ties, I scarfs, mufflers, gloves; braces, hand kerchiefs, bath robes, umbrellas and fancy vests. Surprising what hand- some and lasting things in men's fur nishings a few dollars will buy at R. C. Lightbody, trading Olotbler and Gent' Karnlaber. 212214 El Paso Street Smmmmmmmmmmmg I NEW GOODS I II Just Received A full line of S GOLDEN GATE SPICES. 3 A Large Invoice of FRENCH MARKET COF- 3 ST FEES. i 2 An Assortment of J LIPTOX'S TEAS. g GOLD BAND HAMS AND 2 BACON. r3 BOSTON BEAUTY MACK- 3 ERE I.. 3 Fine Maple Syrup Direct from ;3 Vermont will arrive in a few 5 days. E Howard & McPhet ridge 2 S FANCY GKOCERS S ST: Phone 377 210 St. Louis Ave. ciumiuumuMMimuiiUio 8TABLI9HKD ISA INCORPORATED 19C9 BAST LAB TBUAB, M. M. BROWNE 4 MANZANARES CO. H)7( PASO TBXAB. Wholesale Grocers. WOOL. HIDES AND PELTS. Teleohone 213. Cor. Fifth and El Paso streets. Pshaw! Broken! What? Window. Never Mind. a.r load of glass just received. KRAKAUEH, ZORK & MOYE 300-302 EL PASO ST. We Repair Saddles, B3S;fi5s!!! CAN WE SERVE YOU? If you want New Good in Saddlery. Fire Arms or Ammunition. We Hare ThenT HELTON-PAYNE ARMS MILLS BUILDING 305 N. Oregon St EL PASO. TEXAS G. A. KASEMAN. Successor to O'Brien Coal Co. ST. LOUIS ST., El Paso. Texas. Pbone8. Dealers in Lime. Cement. Plaster and Hair, Mineral Paints and Mortar Colors, Roofing Pitch, Tarred Felt and Sheathing Paper. Coal and Wood Hay and Grain Building Supplies M. AINSA AND SONS. Wholesale Grocers.! OcArllnlt iltiwKt 1T1 Fon W I Paints, Oils and Window Glass A full stock W. A. IRVIN & CO., Wholesale and Retail DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS. Established 1881. 113 El Paso Street. T. Hertman brought three wagon loads of hides from Mexico today. The hides will be shipped to New York. There were 27,000 pounds in the shipment and the duty paid the government was a handsome sum. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. Removal Sale. We have got to move before February ist. In order to save expense of moving we will have to sacrifice some of our stock, and therefore wil. hive " Special Sales Every Day On Fancy Stock, all Bottled and Canned Goods. Call on us if you want bargains in these goods. , ; The Pioneer Grocery Co". ANOTHER RARE TREAT. Noted Jossey Stock Company to Play - Again In This City. I have added to my Complete Jewelery Store a Jewelry Manufacturing Department And am now the only Jeweler in the city equipped to make any article in the jewelry line. NO NEED of being informed your making or jewelry repairing work will need to go to an eastern factory which causes a long delay. All work done here, and promptly. I invite an inspection of this department. Old Gold Bought. 8 No. 103 El Paso St. A. H. RICHARDS, Grand Central Block. The Jeweler. ROOMS FOR RENT No. 12 Merchant Place three rooms with bath. The noted Jossey Stock company. which gave such general satisfaction (here a short time ago to crowded I houses, will play a return engagement , . WANTED. 'at the Myar 0pera house next Friday Woman to do cooking and general . , , , housework. Apply to Mrs. H. B. Ste- and Saturday at popular prices. Since vens, 312 Upson avenue. i leaving here the company has nic-t with great successes an'd are now on DAILY RECORD. I their way east. Their plays are the ' greatest, grandest, most varied and Licensed to Wed. j impresslvfe , productions ever attempt- Louis B. Haskin. aged 59. and Mrs. e oy a traveling siock organization. Annie Stevens, aged 49 procured a li cense yesterday evening to wed. They are colored people. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. On and after this date I refuse to pay any accounts or bills contracted by my wife. Florence Crauston Jan. 10, 1901. G. H. Crauston. K. OF P. INSTALLATION. Public installation tonight: also speaking refreshments and dancing. All Knights and their families invited. W. R. Robinson. C. C. H. Y. Ellis, K. of R. & S. PURE HYGIENIC WATER. Made from dlsUlled water. Ask your family physician or druggist at to the purity and healthfullness of our Ice. Telephone No. 14. El Paso Ice and Refrigerator Co. Massage baths. at Natatorium Turkish whose glories make all others insig nificant. On Friday night they will p!ay "Camille," Dumas's masterpiece. Lady free tickets have been issued for this performance and on Saturday night they will play that great religious 4 r i : .. rri . Uiauia vfuif v au is. iue pvriurui- j ances are second to none. The acme I of realism is fully illustrated by the ' Jossey Stock company.' The special ties are all up-to-date, among which will be found the Millar brothers' fa mous Diaroma. Ladies free Friday night. The price of admission is in reach of all. 10. 20 and 30 cents. an3 50 cents for best reserved seats. Seats on sale Friday morning at Susen's jewelry store. (FURNISHED HOUSE. Fine for residence or rooming pur poses. Furnishings for sale. Twelve rooms. Centrally located. A genuine bargain to desirable parties. Address L. L. Herald office. EXQUISITE XMAS HATS. Wonderful concessions on prices on 100 New Midwinter Hats, copies of the latest creations made for the New York Horse Show. We own these ex quisite hats at less than half their original cost and it's your opportu nity to purchase one of these swell of the swellest hats at the same rate. Just price them. Posener's Cut Rate Millinery. 3 Plaza Block. The merited reputation for curing piles, sores and skin diseases 'acquir ed by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, has led to the making of worthless coun terfeits. Be sure to get only De Witt's Salve. Fred Schaefer, druggist. Try a hot chocolate White's. at Potter ft The Herald has two telephone (No. 115). one in the business office (J rings) and the other In the editorial rooms (3 rings). Say which. FOR TABLE USE. BUDWEISER. "the king of bottled beers." the perfect product of the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n.. is pre ferred by all who appreciate purity, perfection and delicious flavor. LOST. Monday afternoon from my- buggy seat, while driving from my office on Oregon street to San Antonio street and out San Antonio street to No. 1010 four Powers of Attorney executed to David Ranken. all in blue covers. Please return to T. H. Conklin No 303 Mills building, and receive liber al reward. SHALAM PA3TEURIZED Cream. U Pint Jar lc. at WATSON'S GROCERY.