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EL PASO DAILY HERALD. FR JAY. FEBRUARY L 1901
8 Holiday Groceries at ft WatsonV Tamous for Quality1 'Store HERE'S A PARTIAL LIST: PTNEAPPLE GLACE: Both yellow and rose colored, a most delicious confection 75c, per pound. CANDIED CHERRIES : Everybody likes them 75c per pound. CHERRIES IN MARASCHINO: The famous Dandecolle & Gaudln brand of French Cherries preserved in liquer, Quarts $1.00 each. FANCY CLUSTER RAISINS: On the stem, 3 pounds for 50c. 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 $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, OROOKR PROVISION MERCHANT AND TEA DEALER Corner Stanton n 8u Antonio Btroeta. Tel. 161. TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY. DAWN OF A NEW CENTURY! And Our New Wall Papers Are Rolling In. . . Artist Water Colors. Artist Oil Colors, A rtist Canvas. . Artist Brushes. Artist Supplies. Varnishes and Window Glass. We have an Immense Stock. TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY, TEL. 206. EL PASO, TEXAS CAST LAS TBUA8. I. M. RSTABLIgHCD 188 INCORPORATED 1900 BROWNE $ MiNZANARES CO. H3Ij P-A-SO tbas. Wholesale Grocers. WOOL, HIDES AND PELTS. Teleohone 213. Cor. Fifth and hi Paso street NO BREAK THE WEATHER United States Weather Bureau, El Paso, Texas. Jan. 31, 1901. Local Time, 6:54 a. m. Barometer 30.17 Thermometer 30 Direction of wind NW Velocity of wind per hour (miles).. 4 Wither r Clear Rainfall last "24 hours 0 Hierhest temoerature last 24 hours 58 Lowest temperature last 21 hours ..30 i Seasonable Goods i THE COLD WAVE la likely to stay with ua because It nrlll be followed by another In a few days. Saye yourself and your horse toy getting horse blankets and lap robes at West Texas saaaiery uo., 21 a. Dragon street. American plan $3.00 to $5.00 per day. mrooean plan 11.00 to iz.oo per a ay it rooms bath and closet connections, Isctrte light, steam heat hot and cold rater In every room. J. W. Fisher. 14 MESA AVE. TEL. 224. 4 RINGS. Mrs. Howell, Ladies' Hair Dresser and manicurist. Hair shampooed with oft water and 'Inert, in half an hour, by the use of the warm air dryer, price 60 cents. Face Massage. Just received full line of switches and pompadour rolls. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS. Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wild cqlic and la tne oest remedy ror aiarrnoea. xwen ty fire cents a bottle. Books of all kinds, stationery and school supplies at lowest prices. The Eclectic Book Store, 320 San Antonio street. Hotel Pierson, Amerlean plan $2.00 to $3.00 per day. All outside rooms. El Paso Steam Laundry, "Phone 47. Pennsylvania coal Is the cheapest try it. El Paso Fuel Co., telephone 110 Hotel Francis, European, 75c to $1.00 Cam day. Bath with every room. Ask for "EL PASO TRANSFER", the sent CIGAR on the market. El Paso Fuel Co., has Just received several cars of Pennsylvania Anthra cite coal I I 1 1 I II I I I I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I As Usual We Have Them A fine assortment of Solid Gold and Gold Filled Barrettes or Hair Ornaments just received. THE JEWELERS. Ill San Antonio Street. 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 ' LONG RUN FOR A PAIR OF FRIGHTENED HACK HOUSES. fWjnt Through Juarez and Came Back X J Again. I The team hflnnori tn thn Stoi- stables and broke the record on such incidents after breaking the hack to puces. , The horses started from the Texas & Pficif.c depot, came through the heart of tiia city, down El Paso street and otr the river to Juarez. Not satis fied with this spin they went down the river east of Juarez three miles and crocsad the river again and returned to town by the Concordia cemetery and stopped In front of the Star corrals. I The driver was left at the depot X and had no idea where his team had gone. SOMETHING NEW FOR EL PASO THEATER GOERS Manicuring at Natatorlum Turkish baths. Buttermilk. Telephone No. 156. Bee large display of Pictures at Blakesley ft Freeman, 107 El Paso Street Blank books of all kinds at Potter e White's. Everything in drugs at Campbell & Grayson's. Telephone No. 166 for Buttermilk. Faywood 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? PERSONALS. Guadalupe Ascarete and Juan Ochoa, prominent citizens of Las Cruces, are at the Zeiger. Colonel Hodgson, United States dis trict clerk, is at his office again today after a short inness. Dr. Charles T. Race, city physician, has returned from New Mexico, where he was called to see a patient. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Maiden have gone to El Paso, where they will m future make their home. Los Angeles Express. AT THE HOTELS. PLAZA: John Lone and wife, Sil ver itv; F. T. Thomas and wire, can non City; S. P. Eno, Tucson; C. Wren, Kansas City; G. W. O'Neal, Hope, N. M.; R. E. Aldrldge, Gainesville; A. T. Clement. Minn.; S. S. House, Taylose. Miss.; D. J. Langrell, Franklin, Mo.; P. M. Williamson, Stephenville; Fred A. Hess, Gainesville; S. W. Kussell, Chicago; J. M. Eskine, John Ryles. Las Cruces: Frank Hall and family. Syca more, 11.; H. Terhani, Kansas City; G. Riser, J. E. Foyd. Fort Worth. PIERSON: D. E. Giosh, Del Rio; John Nobill, Bisbee; Martha McPeak, Tucson: R. A. Mendenhall. Kansas City; H. B. Sydney, St. Louis; E. J. Fay, John Johnston. Charles Jones. New Orleans; Wm. Wendell, Cleveland. Philip and J. Parker, Otis; J. Walker, Arthur O'Neil. W. J. Reed. McMillan, F. Forsythe, Hagerman. TO THE PUBLIC. Having secured the services of a specialist of St. Louis of thirty years practical experience in the treatment of all constitutional blood and skin diseases, whose treatment, though out of the ordinary, or regular line, are safe, quick, and certain to cure. Will give" entire satisfaction in four days, or change nothing, and refuse to treat to case longer, and will make a com plete cure In forty days, also catarrh taken on same terms. Consultation free. Office No. 100 El Paso street, oppo site the Grand Central hotel. C. Joseph Flinn, M. D. BACA EXTRADITION CASE IS NOW BEING HEARD. The Western Rebekah lodge. No. 191. is to give a performance at the Myar opera house, Friday, February 8. which promises to be a treat for theater goers. The best talent of El Paso has Story of a Horrible Crime Being Told ; been brought out and everything is being done to make the show a grand success. Competent instructors have in Detail in the United States Com missioners' Court. the matter in hand and nothing but a great calamity can possibly prevent a ok tj -o, r,-n. f pleasant evening for all attending. The Mexico to answar to the charge of tickets have been placed on sale and murder, outrage, and torturing an aged rf.& dy a large number disposed of. man to make him disclose the hiding ejsnt JPle are to participate place of his money, was placed on trial and a .fine, bin is; assured. See dis- this afternoon in the court presided , " "--"' over by United States Commissioner 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 T I THIS AIN'T the man I A That rtrlvM the. Viorcf ting work they mounted I tu.. , 1 j , and fled toward the United J 1 nat Molds the goods And WE goods. guarantee the THE HERALD. "WE WILL" 190L In Aly Manufacturing Departments I make to order RINGS of all de scriptions. ARTISTIC Diamond Mountings, MONOGRAM RINGS and CHARMS. Silver Monograms and Letter Mountings for ebony and leather goods. AH are designed and manufac tured throughout in this de partment. A. H. RICHARDS, , The Jeweler. No. 103 El Paso St. Grand Central Block side of the border. As usual with Mexico action was not taken quickly, but several months elapsed before the Mexican govern ment through its consul here. Hon. Francisco Mallen. made pormal appli cation to the United States authorities here for the surrender of Baca and his companions. The authorities were perfectly will ing to do this provided they could catch their men, but the outlaws had bene eiven so. much time to escaDe and cover up their trail that it was feared I that thye would never be captured. The case was one for the work or I the United States marshals exclusively 4- Oin Ci I rtnic Auo T oml tha irhnla fnrra nf itnnv miirtihiilii SJ L. bUUIa flVCi 4- in the western country began invest! gation. They had absolutely no clue to work on and for a time they were baffled. The raiders had evidently gone and gono for good. Still the marshalls did not despair. They showed that they were possessed of I IN THF m A.Q.Q I X I I 1 1 n aw x X MARKET, it has gone up. But we have received a carload at bid fig res, 5 ? ?nd will se)l at i OW FIGURES'. g . f KRAKAUER, ZORK & MOYE, f I 300-302 EL PASO ST f $2 HAVR 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 305 N. Oregon St MILLS BUILDING EL PASO, TEXAS G. A. KASEMAN. Successor to O'Brien Coal Co. ST. LOUIS ST., El Paso, Texas. Phone8. Building Supplies' Dealers in Lime, Cement, Plaster and Hair, Mineral Paints and Mortar Colors, Roofing Pitch. Tarred Felt and Sheathing Paper. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I l I m 1 1 1 I M. AINSA AND SONS. Overland Street El Paso. " J 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 1 1 I I I I I I I II Howe. Captain T. J. Beall represents the Mexican government in the proceed ings and Judge Wilcox the defendant. Baca was captured in the country near Marfa after a chase of many months. His apprehension was one of the cleverest pieces of detective work done by west Texas officers for years. He, with several others, are said to have gono to an old storekeep er's house on the other side of the border and to have tortured the pro prietor to force him to reveal the hid ing place of $1,200 in money, which represented the savings of a life time. After finishing with the man and securing a-1 lof his hard earnings, the friends are said to have turned their AIU;IU1UU IA LUC 111CU1 " UC, A Ullllf, and pretty senorita. After completing I I nat pulls the wagon tneir revolting their horse States. They crossed the border and I That Howard & Ma ;ell X sought an assylum on the northern 11 Q " sel1' X t X V Y X' t X x X i Howard & McPhetridge i Grocers, ft" I Paints, Oils and Window Glass I ' '..- 1 A full stock W. A. IRVIN & CO., Wholesale and Retail DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS. Established 1 88 1. 1 13 El Paso Street. man, It 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A NEW BRANCH OF ENGINEERING I believe so thoroughly in the fun- Our Patrons and The Public Generally Are hereby notified that on L Thursday, 31st Instant, We will be found in our new store, 204 San AntO nio St.. next to the White House, where we will be prepared to serve them. I The Pioneer Grocery Cow THE GRIM REAPER. James Gannon, aged about 27, died true grit and continued to work in si- damental importance of cost keeping last night on North Stanton street. lence. Several weeks ago their efforts were rewarded for the man Baca, answer ing the description of one of the rob bers, was arrested near Marfa and landed in the county jail in this city. His bearing was by agreement be tween counsel set for today. NEW MARKETS. ' What would be the result of opening any one of the thousand valleys of the west which only await the build ing of great storage reservoirs and the utilization of the water saved to con vert them into thriving communities of small rural homes? A thousand farms would be quickly created. A thousand houses would go up, a thousand farms would want plows and wagons and ma chines and harnesses, while a thous and housewives would want kitchen and household utensils, and several thousand people would want clothes and boots and shoes and hats and books and papers and fifty other ar ticles. This demand instead of being supplied once only, would increase and go on perpetually. And the demand for these things would go to the producing east. This is why the reclamation of the west would help Massachusetts. Fried Rabbitt Buttermilk Cafe. Strawberry Cafe. Short-cake Buttermilk THE HERALD, "WE WILL." 1901 and factory organization as to prof- He came here from Ft. Smith, Ark., fer this suggestion; that while engin- for the benefit of his health and his eering today has its recognized repre- body will be shipped to that place, sentatives. civil, mechanical, mining. Frank D. Kerin, aged about 35, died and electrical engineers those who on Mesa avenue this morning. From deal rather with processes and me- papers he left it is ascertained that chanical methods yet there exists a his home before coming here was in science which only awaits the crea- Holden. Missouri, and that he has a tion of a literature to have its own ex- brother who is a mining broker in istence recognized as a new department Cripple Creek, Colo, of engineering. Our various Indus- Deceased has also dealt considerable trial organizations are successful dl- in mining stock and receipts for mon rectly as their executive or administra- ey on stocks were found in his trunk, tive heads have made a study and ap- His relatives, whose addresses are as plication of the principles of that certained by his papers, will be noti science, which may be termed the fied and asked to give directions in science of production. T1:j successful regard to the disposal of the body, manager has himself become a mem-. ber of this existing but as yet unrec- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ognized. engineering profession. The " aiscovery. suiay. ana equation oi tne WANTED Two light housekeeping facts, and the. enunciation and a ppli- rooms for man and wife. Address Pk cation of the principles of this science q. Box 823. are tne worn or tne proa action or in dustrial engineer.- -J. N. Gunn, in the Engineering Magazine for January. A YOUNG GENTLEMAN desires room I with board in a private family. Ad I dress A. B. Herald office. I can not expect to live long, because Anyone wishing u copy of the Texas they cannot eat the food required to & Pacific Quarterly can obtain one by nourish the body and the products of calling at the office in Sheldon block. the undigested foods they do eat poison the blood. It is important to j cure Indigestion as soon as possible, , UNION CIGAR FACTORY, and the best method of doing this Is The best grade of Mexican Cigars, to use the preparation known as Kodol The Victoria Colon a specialty. We Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what you do a strictly wholesale business. Mail eat and restores all the digestive or- orders promptly filled, gans to perfect health. Fred Schaefer, . A. ALVAREZ, Prop., drugigst. . 204 Mesa Avenue. El Paso, Tex. CARNIVAL MILLINERY. 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. JUST IN. Advance styles of early Spring Mil linery. The first on the market. 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. The Herald has two telephones (No. 115), one in the business office (2 rings) and the other in the editorial" rooms (S 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. If you have a stove to set up or re pair, drop a card to El Paso Sheet Metal Works, 405 Mesa avenue or phons 548. Prompt attention given. You get something good when yon buy Pennsylvania Anthracite coal. El Paso Fuel Co., telephone 110. Picture frames made to order at the Eclectic Book Store, 320 San Antonio street.