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EL PASO DAILY HERALD. TUESDAY. JANUARY 22 1901
8 CAST LAHTEUAg, ti. M. tit. ROTARMSHRP IKSr INVOKPURATKI) 1900 Holiday Groceries TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY. BROWNE M4NZANARES CO. K3L. PABO TK.WA3. , at. WatsonV'Famous for Quality' 'Store HERE'S A PARTIAL. LIST: ttw APPLE GLACE: Both yellow and rose colored, a most delicious confection --75c PW Pund- CANDIED CHERRIES: Everybody likes them 75c per pound. CHERRIES IN MARASCHINO: The famous Dandecolle & Gaudin brand of French Cherries preserved in liquer, Quarts $1.00 each. FANCY CLUSTER RAISINS : On the stem 3 pounds for 60c. d California, both as nice as nice can be im ported 25c, and the California only 15c per pound. treat and almost KENNEDY'S FRUIT CAKE: A rare treat and almost a necessary adjunct for a Christmas dinner, in one pound tins 35c each, and in S pound tins only $1.50 each. 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 Cornsr Btantun a Baa Antonio Streets. Tel. 151. Confetti foi the Ca-nivl. Horse Plumes for the parade. Buggy Wheel Decorations for the parade. Festooning for store, hall float; Horse's and Carriage Decorations. Lanterns for v dining-room and Evening Decorations. TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY, TEL. 206- EL PASO, TEXAS Wholesale Grocers. WOOL, HIDES AND PELTS. B.A.I3Sr "W-A-G-OISTS leleotiunc 213. Cor. Fifth and ti Paso streets THE WEATHER United States Weather Bureau, El Paso, Texas, Jan. 22, 1901. Local Time, 5:54 a. m. Barometer 30.05 Thermometer 4" Directon of wind Velocity of wind per hour (miles) ..o Weather Clear Rainfall last 24 hours (inches 0 Highest temperature last 4 nours nratiire last 24 hours 34 , See large display of pictures at BUkeeley & Freeman's. Kaseman delivers pure coal, free from slate and dirt. 'Phone 8. Telephone No. 156 for Buttermilk. verythlng In drugs at Campbell & Cmy son's. Thone your advertisement In. If It's nhort- Hotel Francis, European, 75c to $1.00 l4 dy. Bath with every room. Ask for "EL PASO TRANSFER", the ( ent CIGAR on the market. There Is no excuse for a cold dinenr If yon buy your coal from Kaseman, Fhone 8. I 1 1 I I I I I I M I I I I 1 1 1 I I I I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t I Not Especially for Christmas i T X t but for your own or a friend's use all the time. We refer to the I 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. I Bronson Block, EI Paso, Texas. mer- 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I li I I I I I I I I I I I I I PERSONALS. Manicuring at Natatorium "We can't have everything to please n," bat Kaseman's coal pleases every body. "Phone 8. 414 MESA AVE. TEL. 224, 4 RINGS. Mrs. Howell. Ladies' Hair Dresser and manicurist. Hair shampooed with soft water and -Iril in half nn hour, by the use of the warn air dryer, price GO cents. Face Massage. Just received full line of switches and pompadour rolls. The Eclectic Book Storo is growing upwards, its prices are tending down ward. School books and supplies at the very lowest prices. 320 San An tonio street. Buttermilk. Telephone No. 156. Bee large display of Pictures at Blakesley ft Freeman, 107 El Paso Street Phone 8 to Kaseman for the best Miss Lizzie Garrett of Midland is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Charles Wil son. Superintendent Martin is back from San Antonio, where he went to attend court. Charles Wilson returned from Fort I Worth vesterdav where he went to vis- Turkish . it his sick mother. Mrs. J. J. Mundy, of Dallas, is visit ing her son. C. T. Mundy, who is cm ployed at Watson's grocery in this city. She will return home tomor row. Britton Davis has returned to the city after an absence of several months. He went away for the benefit of his health and was greatly improved by the trip. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Anderson re turned to their home in Chihuahua this morning after spending a week in El Paso. They came up to attend the Carnval and have prolonged their va cation to ten days. Frank Qualey left this morning for Chicago in answer to a telegram an nouncing the illness of his brother Joe. Frank and Joe are both well known in El Paso and Joe's illness is causing some anxiety among his friends here. W. S. Clayton, local agent of the Mexican Central railroad at Chihua hua, is spending a few days in El Paso. Gaston Coblentz of the White House leaves tomorrow morning for an ex tensive trip to New York and Paris. AT THE HOTELS. DON'T TAKE ANY STOCK X ) in shoes or securities until you X thoroughly satisfied as to their i l its. The shoes we offer are not only X made from good leather stock, but cut and sewed by skillful artisans. Hats, suits, and overcoats in great I variety. R. C. Lightbody, Loading Ulntbler ud Uent'i Knrntebxr. 212214 El Paso Street Blank books of all kinds at Potter 4k White's, Phone 8 to Kaseman for the best HOTEL SHELDON. American plan $3.00 to $5.00 per day. Saropean plan $1.00 to $2.00 per day. M rooms bath and closet connections, tactile light, steam heat hot and cold nratsr In every room. J. W. Fisher. THE COLD WAVE Is likely to stay with us because it will be followed by another in a few days. Save yourself and your horse by getting horse blankets and lap robes mt West Texas Saddlery Co., 214 S. Oregon street. enrmmmmmmmmmmg Inewi I NEW! 1 NEW! 1 GOING TO THE PHILP- PINES TO SEE THINGS E. S. Newman. Sr., and E. S. New man. Jr.. left this morniLg for Manila, where they will engage in business. They have been keeping posted on the conditions in our new possessions for some time and lately concluded to try their fortune there. They make this trip to investigate the different lines of business and thought before leaving that they would invest while there. They refused however, to tell much of their busi ness for something may occur to inter fere with their plans. El Paso Steam Laundry. 'Phone 47. Mrs. J. H. Comstock, the florist, has cut flowers, potted plants, and floral decorations. 'Phone 493. PIERSON: R. J. Bacon and wif St. ! Louis; Mrs. G. Campbell. Stevens Point ' Miss G. Whittehian. Andover; J. C. j Campbell. Las Cruoes: W. K. Burdeck. I Denver; Mrs. J. W. Bell, Chihuahua; E. J. Fay, New Orleans; J. B. 'Lamse, Ft. Worth; T. P. Berry. York City; Mrs. Roscoe Dale. Tucson: A. W. Veatche. New York; J. McLaughlin, Denver; G. W. Simpson, H. R. Morri son and wife, Boston; A. B. Snyder, R. Huerts. Austin; Miss H. Wimberley Benson; J. A'. Patterson. San Antonio R. E. Rhey and wife. Flagstaff; H. C. Schunell. St. Louis: C. Glenox. W. L. Cox. Milwaukee; W. E. Lind, Ashland; J. L. Judd. New York; Mrs. C. E. Par- ST field. Miss H. Massin. Denver; C. A. ; 5 McDermot. Las Vegas; F. Smith, Den- ver; R. D. Clemens. Leadville; James ; g Burton. Indianapolis: Valdo A. Rich. g Boston: F. A. Black. Shanghai. China; ! H. J. Luderman and wife, St. Louis, j r SHELDON: T. L. Davis. New York; E K, . Will A. Rhodes. East Liverpool. O.; ST IN Q W JamSi J. H. Shary. Chicago: Mrs. A. H. Tay- ST . lor. Miss Louise Taylor. W. B. Taylor, ! . N6W JellieSf tJDWUUK Umu. XV . , -ill . emu nil o. Wilks. Gait. Canada.; Mrs. Glass. Kane: ti.. J. cuscoe anu we. du- coe. St. Louis: Mr. and Mrs. C. V. . ki... Mar'a Barton. Colorado Springs; P. L Mc-!C 'cW IVlcip e Dermott, New York; G. B. Moore. Princeton, Ind.; P. G. Dunn, St. Louis; B. Freesleben. Cincinnati; Price Mc Kinney, E. S. Burke. Jr., Cleveland. O.: G. M. Fitzgerald. New York; J. M. Wheat. Chicago: G. G. Norton St. Louis; J. H. Scull. Chicago; T. A. Fow- ell, St. Louis; C. W. Carson, Roswell. PLAZA: C. E. Boyden, Valentine S. G. Barnes. Detroit: F. W. McCon nell. G. G. Welsh. G. M. Hall. W. Sad ler. Fort Worth: H. G. Benson, Stan ton; W. J. Henywood, Atlanta. Ga.; Oscar W. Patt. Piggott. Ark.: O. Coop er, L. Townsend. Paris: W. P. Arnold. Raton .N. M.: Guy Dowden. Tucson- George N. Ward. John Rommell. J. F. Peacock. Los Angeles; A. H. Meyer, New York; Mrs. Joe Davenpori, Springs, Texas. GEORGE IS GONE, BUT "HAVE YOU. SEEN?" Our New Chafing Dishes. If not"You'N Hav to Hurry." KRAKAUER, ZORK & MOYE 300 302 EL PASO ST. HAVK YOU A HORSE? If so we can furnish you with SADDLES, HARNESS AND ACCESSORIES. We also han dle FIRE ARMS AND AMMUNITION. SHELTOK-PAYNE ARMS '(&. MULLM BLTII..DINC3 305 N. Oregon St G. A- KASEMAN, ST. Successor to O'Brien Cotl Co. LOUIS ST.. El Paso. Texas. Phone8. Coal-and Wood Hay and Grain Building Supplier Dealers In Lime, Cement. Plaster and Hair, Mineral Paints and Mortar Colors, Roofing Pitch. Tarred Felt and Sheathing Paper. J M. AINSA AND SONS, sWholesale Grocers. Is. Overland Paints, Oils and Window Glass A full stock W. A. IRVIN 6c CO., Wholesale and Retail DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS. Established 1 88 1. 1 13 El Paso Street. spo- jg: New Cane Syrup, 3 PssI?5wN1vSW rAwwwiw .11 sr Syrup. s New Maple Sir Cream. H All Goods 2 Guaranteed. 1 Howard & McPhetricUe 5 FANCY GKOCEES ST Phon 377 20 St. Louts Ave. 3 ffi . SUUUhMlUllUMUUUMUllO FINE GRAZING LANDS. ! For Sale. One to four hundred thous- and acres of strictly choice grazing lands in northern Mexico. J H. M. Mundy, ' : Further Munay a :u g. r.i r a.au, x ( THE STRIKE OF NATIVE COPPER IN THE ORGANS. We Have Every Day Fresh Strawberries. Blackberries, Pineapples, Grape Fruit, Mountain and California Apples, Oranges, Bananas, Cocoanuts, etc Celery, Tomatoes, Cauldower. Spinnach, Asparagus, Lettuce, Radishes. Water Cress, Mint, Parsley, Parsnips, etc We may not carry ihe Largest Fruit and .Vegetable slock in tne city, but -will have enough to supply our Carnival visitors as well as our SMALL number of city patrons. Every thing in tne way of lunch goods and delicatessen always on hand. Visitors are cordially invited to call on us and see the largest selected slock of fine ttods and the most attractive store In th city. a . . 5 The Pioneer Grocery Co. srJ Descrioed. The Ore is Dif ferent From any Found Heretofore. Herald Job offle. Phone 115. Try the Herald's popular wants. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO XXXXXXOOOOOOOCOOQ SIR NOBLE'S HEADQUARTERS! For SHRINER'S JEWELS, CHARMS, RINGS and BUTTONS. My Display is the largest, finest, and most complete ever seen in El Paso A. H. RICHARDS, Grand Central Block. The Jeweler. No. 103 El Paso St. O OOOOOOOOOOOOC F. T. Anderson, of the Anderson In vestment company, received from his father, R. Y. Anderson, this morning a letter which confirms the report in The Herald several days ago that a rich strike had been made in the Tor pedo mine in the Organ district. The strike was made Friday and was made in a drift which was being run eastward from their main shaft at a depth of 200 feet. The ore is iron heavily charged with native, copper and is something entirely different from anything ever found in the Tor pedo. Heretofore there has been nothing but low grade ore encountered and it was the belief of the operators that something better would be found at the water level, which was the case. The vein of this new find has been cross-cut seven feet and the extent horizontally has not yet been deter mined No assays of the ore have yet been made but it is not necessary to be an assayer to see that it is a high grade copper ore and That it will probably assay at least 50 per cent copper. This is the estimated value of the top of the newly discovered vein and it is reasonable to believe that it will be like neaily all others and get richer with depth. NOTICE. This is to certify that the firm of Rheinheimer & Stahl is dissolved not by mental consent, but the order of Wm. Rheinheimer. All firm accounts to The satisfaction of Wm. Rheinheim er will be paid on presentation. Wm. Rheinheimer. DAILY RECORD. Building Permits. H. Feisst. $3,750 residence on lots 13 and 14. block 245. Campbell's. Kansas street. H. T. Ponsford. $2,300 residence on lot 6 and part of lot 7, block 264. Campbell's, Campbell street. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. All parties holding bills against the Carnival committee will present them at the office of the secretary by noon next Wednesday. Fay wood Hot Springs and Hotel Hudson. New Mexico, the climate and water cure of the southwest. Are you in poor health, have you rheumatism or stomach trouble? FINE GRAZING LANDS. For Sale. One to four hundred thous and acres of strictly choice grazing lands in northern Mexico. . H. M. Mundy. Mundy B'ld'g. El Paso, Tex. A little want advertisement. If words, three times, 60 cents, mailed and delivered to over 2000 separate In dividuals dally. The Herald. The finest set of China plates. Hand painted, ever shown in El Paso. Richards. CARNIVAL MILLINERY. Latest Midwinter Hats entirely Mew especially imported for the Carni val at a fraction of their original val ue. Price them you will be aston oshed at the lowness of their prices. JUST IN. Advance styles of early Spring Mil linery. The first on the market. POSENER S CUT RATE MILLINERY 3 Plaza Block. WANTED 200 tie makers near Alamogordo. N. M., Virgin timber low railroad rates to work. Ticket to Baileys, N. M. The New Mexico Tie & Timber Co., S. S. Hopper, Secy. Railroad schedule, page 7. 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. PURE HYGIENIC WATER. Made from distilled 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. The Herald has two telephones (No. 115). one In the business office (8 rings) and the other In the editorial rooms (S rings). Say which. Chiropodist baths. at Natatoruim Turkish Briefs printed Herald omce. Just right at Tbt Railroad schedule, page 7.