EL PASO DAILY HERALD. FRIDAY. JANUARY 25. 1901
Watson's'Tamous for Quality' 'Store
HERE'S A PARTIAL. LIST:
PINEAPPLE GLACE: Both yellow and rose colored, a most delicious
confection 75c per pound.
CANDIED CHERRLES: 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.
NEW FIGS: Smyrna and California, both as nice as nice can be im
ported 25c, and the California only 15c per pound.
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 91.50 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
Corner Stanton n 8n Antonio street. Tel. 161.
TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY.
NEWEST STYLES IN FRAMING.
Do you want a photo nicely framed ?
. Bring it with you and we can give you something new.
Miners, Smelters. Contractors:
We have Mineral Red in barrels of 400
pounds. Price, 1 1-2C per pound.
Red and Gray Roof Paint in five gallon
buckets, at 85c per gallon.
Sand Paper. Upson Fish Green for all
kinds of carpenter work. Johnson's
TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY,
TEL. 206. EL PASO, TEXAS
KAST LA81VKUA8, If. M.
BROWNE MANZANARES CO.
BLi PASO THX.AS.
WOOL, HIDES AND PELTS.
Cor. Fifth and El Paso streets
United States Weather Bureau,
El Paso. Texas. Jan. 25, 1901.
Local Time, 5:54 a. m.
Thermom eter 42
Direction of wind SE
Velocity of wind per hour (miles) ..10
Rainfall last 24 hours (inches) ..Trace
Highest temperature last 24 hours 56
Lowest temperature last 24 hours 42
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 M I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11
f Seasonable Goods I
Bee large display of pictures
Blakesley & Freeman's.
Kaseman delivers pure coal, free
from slate and dirt. 'Phone 8.
(Telephone No. 166 for Buttermilk.
As Usual We Have Them
Everything In drugs at Campbell &
Thone your advertisement In. If it's
Hotel Francis, European, 75c to $1.00
tMi day. Bath with every room. r
si for "EL PASO TRANSFER", the
K cent CIGAR on the market.
There Is no excuse for a cold dinenr
If yon buy your coal from Kaseman,
A fine assortment of Solid Gold
and Gold 'Filled Barrettes or Hair
Ornaments just received.
Ill San Antonio Street. X
All Sizes and Shapes
Of desirable hats are here at LIGHT'
BODY'S. Large sized statement, per
haps, but' we can bear it out. That's
not the only thine you want to know.
I I I I I 1 11 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I I I I I I I I I I I I I It I 1 i I I I I I I II for quality and price are deciding ele-
Iments as well as variety. They're all
hre and we can prove, if given the op-
Clothing and Furnishings in great
YES Of Low Prices and High
Standard Goods now in
KRAKAUER, ZORK & M'OYE'S
300-302 EL PASO ST.
HAVE YOU A HORSE?
If so we can furnish
you with SADDLES,
HARNESS AND ACCESSORIES. We also han
dle FIRE ARMS AND AMMUNITION.
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CQ.
305 N. Oregon St
EL PASO, TEXAS
Manicuring at Natatorium Turkish
"We can't have everything to please
mm," 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
oft water and lri?d In half an hour,
by the use of the warm air dryer, price
Just received full line of switches
and pompadour rolls.
The Eclectic Book Store is growing
apwards, its prices are tending down
Xrard. School books and supplies at
the very lowest prices. 320 San An
Buttermilk. Telephone No. 156.
ee large display of Pictures at
Blakesley A Freeman,
107 El Paso Street
"Phone 8 to Kaseman for the best
Blank books of all kinds at Potter J
"Phone 8 to Kaseman for the best
American plan $3.00 to $5.00 per day,
uupean plan $1.00 to $2.00 per day.
11 rooms' bath and closet connections,
ateetrle light, steam heat hot and cold
rater In every room.
J. W. Fisher.
THE COLD WAVE
Is likely to stay with us because It
Paul Hunter is at Hotel Dieu suffer
ing from kidney trouble.
H. C. Clifford, a prominent mining
man of Willcox, Arizona, is at the Orn-
J. S. Bilby. left this morning with
his train of Mexican cattle for his
Mayor Onate is still ill at his home
in Juarez. Acting Mayor Flores has
charge of the city's affairs during his
General L. M. Openheimer left last
night for .his ranch near Austin where
he will remain until he has entirely
recovered his health.
Arthur H. Noyes, the noted base
ball player, formerly connected with
the El Paso Herald as sporting editor,
has signed to catch for Detroit during
the coming season.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Durrell who
have been visiting H. P. Durrell and
family left Wednesday night for their
home in Cincinnati, Ohio.
N. Lapowski. a prominent dry goods
merchant of Gainesville. Texas, is at
the Grand Central. Mr. Lapowisky
hopes to engage in business in El Paso
if he can secure a suitable location.
Ed Farr, one o the proprietors of
the Albuquerque meat markets, and
buyer for the company, is at the Zeiger.
Mr. Farr is now on his way to lexas
points to buy fat cattle for the mar
ket. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Godfrey are
at home now at 820 San Antonio
street, at the Austin home. They have
come here to reside permanently, from
Colorado Springs. Mr. Godfrey was
one of the Springs's most popular men,
being established there as a mining
engineer. Mrs. Godfrey, who is a na
tive Georgian, was considered one of
the town's handsomest women.
Mrs. J. H. Comstock, the florist, has
cut flowers, potted plants, and floral
decorations. 'Phone 493.
AT THE HOTELS.
a little want advertisement, 1
thnw times. 60 cents, mailed
ESL iZfeI tiiT Kll to "oTer 2000 sepa.-ate in
iyYetttog horse blalkels and iap rolZ dividual, daily. The tteraia.
at West Texas Saddlery Co., 214 S.
Dregon street. Railroad schedule, page 7.
In flly Manufacturing
I make to order RINGS of all de
scriptions. ARTISTIC Diamond
Mountings. MONOGRAM RINGS
Silver Monograms and Letter
Mountings for ebony and leather
AH are designed and manufac
tured throughout in this department.
A. H. RICHARDS,
No. 103 El Paso St. Grand Central Block.
PIERSON: F. G. Hudson. Memphis,
G. W. Grayson. San Francisco: Chas.
Luley, Los Angeles; John Shultz. and
wife. Benson; Frank Hunt, Sa fiord;
Geo. Davis, wife and two children,
Los Angeles; Wm. Bigelow, New York,
C. H. Patterson. New Hampshire; E. H.
Griffith. New York; John E. Dowries,
Carthage; William Densmoor, Weath
erfield; George Parker, Joseph Booth,
F. J. Fankom, T. Atkinson, Philadel
PLAZA: O. S. Marshall
H. Triplett, Portland; D. F. Strack. N.
Y.; H. C. Kelsy, Texarkana; J. S.
Bergman. Grand Falls; J. W. Whitte
more, Redlands. Cal.; W. E. McDon
ough nd family, Klso, Wash.; R. A..
McCurdy, Del Rio; W. K. Kendall. W. 1
R. Wandod. Del Rio: F. A. Buck,'
Springflld. Mo.; H. C. Metz. A. S. Kerr. ;
J. W. Stewart. G. Hempel, J. F. Mc
Donald, P. Taylor, F. L. Clemens, Bis
FRANCIS: Matt Gilmore. Angus.
N. M.: P. A. Burdick, Deming; Mr. and
Mrs. Irebaker, Buffalo: E. E. Ewald,
N. Y.; J. W. Edwards. Jersy City; D.
W. Peters. Albuquerque; L. A. Sum
ner, Alamogordo; C. E. Granger, N. Y.;
J. J. Jacobs. Carlsbad; Mrs. S. A. Bell,
Pittsburg; W. M. Keenan, Denver; W.
H. Kadr, Van Horn; Mrs. Mollie Shy-
rock and family, Benson; A. A. Arm
strong and wife, Kansas City; B. B.
Newcomb, Los Angeles.
SHELDON: S. Rothschild. Cleve-
land; E. P. McDonald, Birmingham;
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Owens. Medina;
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. T. Liddle, Cedar
Rapids; H. Crowell, Mrs. A. L. Blouse,
Mrs. E. L. Egleston. Hyannis, Mass.;
H. B. Sartor. New Orleans; S. R. Se-
vain and wife. Denver; D. T. White.
Las Vegas: R. H. Courtney, Detroit;
T. R. Smallwood. Dallas; J. P. Rude,
Kansas City; Dr. Henry Davis, Den
ver; L. D. Allomon. City; A. Star,
Dallas; W. G. Hodge. Clebourne; L.
H. Darby. Denver; Amos Ripley, St.
Joe: M. Holye and wife, San Francisco;
F. S. Sanford and wife. Chicago: Jose
Pierson and wife, F. Pierson and ser
vant, Tonora; C. A. Flora, Oakland.
R. C. Lfchtbody,
Leading Olothler and Gent's Itanilf her,
212214 El Paso Street
Clyde; W.I m rm a
s New Jams,
s New Jellies
G. A. KASEAUN,
Successor to O'Brien Co I Co.
ST. LOUIS ST., El Paso, Texas. Phone8.
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
KM A I RIO A AKtr OrAKIO
Wholesale Grocersj -
a Overland Street mPui W
I Paints, Oils and Window Glass -I
' A full stock
W. A. IRVIN 6c CO.,
. r Wholesale and Retail - -
'DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS.
Established 1 88 1. 113 El Paso Street.
s New Cane Svrup. 3
Maui 1VA m I '
H Syrup. 3 I
New Manic 5 X
THE FUN IS ALL OVER.
2 Business Will Now Commence With Us.
THE ORIGINATOR OF. LOW PRICES
Capt. N. Lapowski has rented the
Store formerly occupied by the Hartley
China Store. 213 San Antonio street,
and aboit February 1st will open a
new and complete line of dry goods,
shoes, and gents' furnishings.
The Gainesville Daily Register, of
Capt. Iapowski's former home, says:
Captain Nathan Lapowski has resid
ed in Gainesville since the spring of
1894, except the year he was in the
armv during tKe Spanish-American
war. He has ever been one of the
most enterprising and up-to-date busi
ness men. He was always ready to keep
both with words and dollars, to help
any legitimate local enterprise for the
good of our community that came our
way. He is a most progressive mer
chant always up with the best and
latest styles and patterns in the dry
goods and clothing line and a leader
in low prices and good bargains.
Gainesville will sadly mis:s Capt. La
powski from her business marts as
well as from our social contact, for he
is a most genial, clever and courteous
gentleman, as well as a thorough up-to-date
generous business man.
He loaves here for his new field with
the best wishes of all Gainesville for
his future success.
ATTENTION, RED MEN!
Members of Cencn Tribe No. 2. I.
O. R. M.. are notified to attend the
funeral of J. W. Alderson from the
undertaking parlors of Nagley & Ly
ons tomorrow night at 6:30.
W. C. Taylor. Gus Lee.
Sachem. C. of R.
s Howard & McPhet ridge 2
FANCY GROCERS t
gjS Phone 377 2IO St. Louis Ave. 3
STATE DOESN'T WANT
THE SCHOOL BONDS.
The City So Notified Today By Super
We Alove Febrnary' 1st.
All exposed Stock on Special Sale J
at ridiculously low prices FOR CASH.
The Pioneer Grocery Co.
Strawberry short-cake at Buttermilk
S3 Paso Steam Laundry. 'Phone 47.
City Clerk Catlin received a tele
gram today from State Superintendent
of 20 per cent.
that Mr. Catlin took Mr. Kendall's tele-
Mr. C. Kezer of Eearlham, N. M.,
father of H. A. Kezer and Mrs. C. H.
Kendall, stating that the state fund t-ampoeu, miss l.uck ivezer, oi mis
, . . 4. , . . city, also Allan Kezer of Los Angeles,
could not buy the city school bonds if Cal died &t nia rancQ at Earlnam, N.
the general indebtedness was in excess m., last night of pneumonia, aged 68
The amount being over years. The remains will be brought
to El Paso on tomorrows Santa Fe
im T V a cnriri aao nn1 Kiiri 1 -nrtll
gram to mean that the state refused at concordia cemetery,
the bonds and so notified him. i
The bonds have been sold to N. W.
Harris & Co., of Chicago, but as the
JEWELRY MADE TO ORDER.
state reserves right to purchase the We have secured the services of one
bonds, the matter has been delayed for of the very best manufacturing jew-
Mr. Kendall's answer. The bond 3 will
be delivered to the Harris
without further delay.
elers and diamonds setters in the Uni
ted States, and are now prepared to
make to order nearly everything in
the jewelry line. GIVE US A TRIAL.
W. T. HIXSON & CO..
111 San Antonio Street.
The finest set of China plates. Hand
painted, ever shown in El Paso.
Hugh A. McLean to Frank A. Spence.
lot No. 6 and part of lot 7 Campbell
addition. $1200. j
Elihu Root, secretary of war, for the Faywood Hot Springs and Hotel
United States government, to Mrs. F. Hudson, New Mexico, the climate and
C. A. Gaal, lots 10 and 11, Old Fort water cure of the southwest. Are you
Bliss, $584. This properly was sold by in poor health, have you rheumatism
the war department to Mrs. Gaal some or stomach trouble?
time ago but the deed was not filed un- .
til this morning. J BUTTERMILK CAFE, 313 N. Ore-
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY Woman
or young girl to do light housework
in family of two. Highest wages.
Call 906 Woming street.
. gon street. Open until midnight.
Have you seen Brother Paul ?t The
Strawberry short-cake at Buttermilk
Latest Midwinter Hats entirely new
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.
Advance styles of early Spring Mil
linery. The first on the market.
POSENER'S CUT RATE MILLINERY
3 Plaza Block.
Home cooking ranch butter, eggs,
and comb honey. Specialty of short
orders. Regular meals 25 cents, posi
tively the best in the city.
The merited reputation for curing
piles, sores and skin diseases acquire
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.
The Herald has two telephones (No.
115), one in the business office (2
rings) and the other In the editorial ,
rooms (3 rings). Say which.
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.
Chiropodist at Natatoruim Turkish ,
Briefs printed Just right
Railroad schedule, page 7.
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