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KAST IAS TKUAI, If. M. BSTABLIPHKD 185 I NOORPURATKD lttf o B CO. BROWNE M4NZANARI Holiday Groceries at WatsonV Tamous for Quality" Store HERE'S A PARTIAL. LIST: PINEAPPLE GLACE: Both yellow and rose colored, a most delicious confection "75c per pound. CANDIED CHERRIES: Everybody likes them 75c per pound. CHERRIuio IN MARASCHINO: The famous Dandecolle & Gaudin brand of French Cherries preserved In Hquer, 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 $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 60c per pound. JOHN B. WATSON, GROCER, PROVISION MERCHANT AND TEA Oorn.r Stanton nd Su Antonio Btraeta. Tel. 161. THE WEATHER United States Weather Bureau. El Paso, Texas. Feb. 5. 11K)1. Local Time, 5:54 a. Barometer Thermometer mwutfAn rf wind - . m. 30.15 . . .3; ...E Velocity of wind per hour (miles) 11 Weather Clear Tntnoii last 94 hnurs (inches) 0 THrh-t tmrxrature last 24 hours CI Lowest temperature last 24 hours thc nnrn WAV Is likely to stay with us because It nrlll be followed by another in a few itw Save yourself and your horse fry itetting horse blankets and lap robes at West Texas esaaaiery Dragon street. HOTEL SHELDON American plan $3.00 to $5.00 per day. tropean plan $L00 to $2.00 per day. a hath and closet connections, BLastrU light, steam heat hot and cold i Tatar In every room. J. W. Fisher. .14 MESA AVE. TEL. 224, 4 RfNGS Mn. Howell. Ladies' Hair Dresser and manicurist. Hair shampooed with oft water and dried in half an hour, by the use of the warm air dryer, price M cents. Face Massage. . . Tnnt received full line of switches and pompadour rolls. mn ovtch. FIFTY YEARS. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wild colic and la the best remedy tor aiarrnoea. twen ty ave cents a bottle. Books of all kinds, stationery, and school supplies at lowest prices. The Eclectic Book Store, 320 San .Antonio street. Hotel Plerson, Amerlaan 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 otel Francis, European, 75c to $1-00 C. day. Bath with every room. Ask for "EL PASO TRANSFER", the st S sent CIQAR on the market. El Paso Fuel Co., has just received several cars of Pennsylvania Anthra cite coal. Manicuring baths. at Natatorium Turkish Buttermilk. Telephone No. 158. ee large display of Pictures at Blakesley Freeman, 107 VSl Paao Street . I Blank books of all kinds at Potter White's. Everything in drugs at Campbell & Grayson's. Telephone No. 156 tor 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? In My Alanufacturing 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. All are designed and manufac tured throughout in this de partment. A. H. RICHARDS, The Jeweler. No. 103 El Paso St. Grand Central Block VUAfcrVArWV VrrrryiVi'iVi' DEALER 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 I n Seasonable Goods j As Usual We A Tine assortment of Solid and Gold Filled Barrettes or Ornaments just received. THE JEWELERS. Ill 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 PERSONALS. Mrs. P. F. Brick left this morning for Chicago to visit friends. J. Calisher leaves tonight for the east to make his spring purchases. Rev. R. M. Craig of Albuquerque came in last night en route to Alamo- gordo, where .he will be for a week. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETS THIS EVENING. There will be a meeting of the cham ber of commerce commencing at 7:30 this evening for the purpose or con sidering the sending of an exhibit to represent the state of Texas at the Pan- American exposition at uunaio. Secretary Russell of the chamber oi mmmwce is also secretary of the Tex as State Commercial association which was partly organized at Austin a short time ago, and as such he wrote Ui rector-General Buchanan of the Pan American exposition a letter of inquiry in regard to whether or not anything had bene done by Texas to provide an exhibit from the state at the expo sition. The reply informed Mr. Russ ell that there was yet 750 square feet of space yet avilable and that Texas could have that if she spoke in time. Last night President FTeuaentnai and Secretary Russell sent a telegram requesting that the space mentioned be held a short lime pending their efforts to secure official application for same. They have also written to the secretaries of the commercial organi zations of several large cities of the state, requesting that action In the matter be taken by these organiza tions. Some letters have been receivea from commercial organization secre taries, editors, etc.. and the general opinion is that the exhibit should De sent. WINTER RESORT FOR INVALIDS. Old Mexico with all its fascinations and attraction as a winter resort for invalids has attracted little attention because of the discomforts encounter- ii in th miserable hotels of the coun trv and the lack of proper medical supervision. The splendid Sanitarium j recently opened at Guadalajara as a to branch of the Battle creeit. Mien., in stitution removes this obstacle .and many are planning to avail themselves of the benefits offered by the unrivaled winter climate of Old Mexico in con nection with Sanitarium care. aaa TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY. Johnson's floor wax for Dining Room floors. Johnson's floor powder for ball room floors Asphallum, House and Coach Japans. We are jobbers for West Texas and state of Chihuahua for ATT & LAM BERT'S Varnishes. FRAMING AND MATTING OF PICTURES IN THE LATEST MANNER. TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS C0A1PANY, TEL. 206- EL PASO. TEXAS 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Have Them Gold Hair San Antonio Street. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m i ' i " COWBOY AFFAIR. LAS CRUCES CORRESPONDENT SENDS FURTHER DETAILS. Aiter me inquest jonnson was Ar-.w. B. Fogle. Henry Fogje, Los Ange- rested and Required to Give Heavy 1 J8-, it!1?? a"dJvle; Ky- H- u jC. Rosehill. N. Y.; J. C. Fellows. Mem Bail, phis; Henry Mauermann, Toledo: Mrs. W. R. Miller. Carlsbad; E. E. Stacy. Special Correspondence of The Herald. San Francisco; H. H. Sloan. San Fran LAS CRUCES. N. M.. Feb. 4 On ' Cisco: R. V. Pepper. Cotton, Cal.; Jas. January 29, cowboy Johnson working Fitzgerald, Los Angeles; S. F. Ander- for T. R. Kerr of Cambray, when out on son, Mrs. Gaffelus; Boston; W. L. the range ran onto the tracks of two Smith, Texas; E. J. Fary. New Orleans; cows, two calves, as well as two horse James J. Campbell. Lyman Fitters, J. tracks, leading from the direction of Barrington, Chicago. He started in to follow same and ! : . D?y1' Iarsha,i.:. F' came upon two Mexican men and a wo-1 man. One of the calves had been killed dead and its feet cut off and as John i son came up one of the men was p imp- ! ing cartridges into his rifle. Johnson ' inquired the road to Colorado, the Mex-1 ican with the gun handy told him. I Then he asked if there rwas not a I nearer way and as the Mexican turned 1 to point to the other road. Johnson'1 pulled his six shooter and commended him to throw up his hands. He turned and fired. Johnson fired soon after, shooting him through one arm and through the body. As he dropped the j rifle, the other man picked same up j and fired at Johnson, missing him. Johnson returned the fire and broke the Mexican's arm. I The woman in jumping around got a bullet through her shoe. The parties were brought in and the sheriff notified and the whole crowd were in Las Cruces on Friday morning, j Justice Herrera and a jury held an I inquest. The jury exonerated Johnson, i bringing in a verdict of justifiable horn-; iclde. The next day the same justice issued a warrant for Johnson and held 1 him to bail in the sum of $3000 to ' await the action of the grand jury. j Today the second Mexican is before Justice Lopez on the charge of steal- ng the calf and assault with intent kill while ' resisting arrest. DAILY RECORD. Filed for Record. H. S. Bough to John L. Dyer, Jr., a tract of land in block 35 on Oregon and East Overland Btreeets; considera tion. $3,000. Joseph Magoffin and Octavia Ma goffin to Charles B. and Mildred Pat terson, lots 22 and 23 in block 1. Ma goffin homestead addition; consider tion $800 Cooper Nott and Marie Nott to John Krick. lots 15 and 16. block 2, More- head's addition: consideration. $700. Partition deed by and between Zeno B. Clardy and R. A. Allen, partitioning property described as block 24. R. A. Allen to Florence Allen, lot 4. block 230. Campbell's addition; consid eration. $1. El Paso Commercial company to Juan S. Hart, lots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. and 6, block 14. Sunset Heights addition: con sideration. $900. M. Ainsa to Leanda Lindsey and William Bradford, the brick building ana lot occupied by the Acme saloon on San Antonio street. Consideration, $13,300. Mrs. J. L. Miller of Peoria. 111., and her husband to A. E. Brown, lots 28. 29. 30. 21 and 32. Sunset Heights. $1400. H. B. Charman. Jno. Freed. H C. Moore. J. J. Watts and H. G. Ross to Mrs. Mary Mathews, lot 5 and nine feet of lot 4 Campbell addition. $700. Field Bovee has accepted a position as brakeman on the Southern Pacific and went west on bis first run this morning. Picture frames made to order at the Eclectic Book Store, 320 San Antonio street. AT THE HOTELS. SHELDON: J. O'Connor. Juarez: J. AiS. Schweiger. N. V.; Leo J. Rothschild Chicago. G. F. Glaser. Denver; C. L. TiJonnson. Topeka: H. B. Sartor. New A . Orleans: T. A. elley. Mexico: W. S. I Gage. N. Y.; .1. E. Meguinn. Mexico: H. A. Rubio. H. B. Russell, N. Y.: H. A I A. Fee. Adran. Mich.; C. F. Morse, T : Brrckenridge; G. D. Stateson. Chicago, Mrs. Ella Keith. White Oaks: Mrs. J. Nosh. Chattanooga. Tenn.: Wallace Nrah. Chattanooga: W. Kellard. San Francisco; R. H. Miles. Chicago: Mrs. G. A. Higenbotham. Kansas City: G. E. Kits. Gerald. A. E. Williams. Chicago: W. V. Cresswell. N. Y.: John Maher. T R. E. Malier. New York : A. G. Kodine. j Philadelphia: A. W. Hoyt and wife. 'Globe, Ariz.: E. V. Ramsey. New Or leans. La.: F. S. Pear son. N. Y.: A: . Reiter and daughter, Cincinnati: C. C. iChoppell. wife and children. N. Y.; ,Mrs. B. J. Collings. N. J.: Wm. Rus- ton. Las Vegas. N. M.: H. B. Kline. N. Y.; F. B. S. Brusted. Denver; Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Stark. La.; J. B. Glasser. JOolo.; James Laurie, Scranton. Pa.; E, F. Williams. Scranton. Pa.: R. Y. An derson. Organ. N. M.; M. S. Freed man St. Louis: E. M. Biggs and wife. Colo rado; J. P. Anhuston and wife. Colo rado; W. A. George. New Orleans. PIERSON: S. F. Cravens. Ottawa; Wm. Tracy. Salida; Benj. Donald. San Simon. A. T.; J. D. Benson, Henry Ju lian. Denver: B. A. Thomas. Pnhlo- fuuuau, rucuiu. j. i. opeer, silver City: D. D. Williams. Sierra Blanm; H. W. McConnell. Chicago: B. W. Phil ipps. I. T.; M. DeBline. New Orleans: E. J. Curies, William- M. Kennellv. Pittsburg, Pa.; James Rous. Louisville, Ky.; Mrs. M. B. Waldis and chi'dnn. Mrs. Townsend and child, Abilene ;J. Flynn. Malt Flynn. Scranton. Pa.: E. F. Reilley, Denver: G. W. O'Neal. Hope N. M.; C. H. Curtis. Silver City; Fiank Bowman. Mobile. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I iYOU KNOW A good thing when you see it. How is this litUe list? Krametsvogel Gebraten, Haser.braten, Krebsuppe, Aalsuppe, Reisenspargel, Feinste Junge Erbsen, Sellerie In Scheiben, Brusler Kohl, Grunkohi Gestobt, Grunkohl mit Kastanien, . Junge Grosse Bohnen, Schnittbohen. Brechbohnen, Teltower Ruben. No one, any where, ever had anything finer in this line than these goods are. We are the only ones that sell them in EL PASO. X jBowardMcPhetridge i GROCERS, 2io St. Louis Avenue. it i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it D. PONDER SEVERS CONNEC TION WITH THE TIMES. He Has Been In This City TTauy Years. "Judge" J. D. Ponder, has resigned his position on the Times, where he has been for many years, and accepted a similar position in charge of the local work on the evening News. Mr. Ponder has ever been one of the most popular newspaper men in El Paso and has been with the Times most of the time since he came here, thirteen years ago. He was one of the first eastern news paper man to venture into this field and if he did not like the work cer tainly likes the El Paso climate and people and has remained here with few vacations ever since. Chiropodist baths. at Natatoruim Turkish THE HERALD, "WE WILL" 1901. Railroad schedule, page 7. DIj PASO Wholesale Grocers. WOOL. HIDES AND PELTS. IB -A. ITST "WAGONS Teleohonn 213. - Cor. Fifth and tl Paso streets I NO BREAK . I MARKET. have received ;nd will sell at KRAKAUER, ZORK & MOYE. t 300-302 EL PASO ST . BAVB YOU A HORSE? HARNESS AND ACCESSORIES. We also han dle FIRE ARMS AND AMMUNITION. S HELTON -pAYNE jms C0i MILLS 305 N. Oregon St G. A. KASEAUN, Successor to O'Brien Coal Co. LOUIS ST.. El Paso, Texas. PhoneS. ST. Dealers In Lime, Cement, Plaster and Hair, Mineral Paints and Mortar Colors, Roofing Pitch. Tarred Felt and Sheathing Paper. 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 II I I M. AINSA Whnlocalo wwsi V . Overlaod Street 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 Paints, Oils and Window Glass : ;; V. A full stock - W. A. IRVIN & CO., v t '...'. 5 Wholesale and Retail DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS. f Established 1881. 113 El Paso Street. - Jf Our Patrons and the Public Generally a Are hereby notified that 204 San Antonio Street. We are now ready to serve youi The Pioneer Grocery Co. SHAW WAS MARRIED LAST NIGHT AT SHREVEPORT, LA. A private telegram from Shreveport, La., states that John K. Shaw, the pop ular night clerk at the Sheldon hotel, was married last night to Miss Mamie Wilson, one of the most popular soci ety young ladies of that city. They started this morning on their return to El Paso and will arrive here in a few days where they will reside in the future. Mr. Shaw has many valued friends in El Paso who wish him and his bride every success and happiness. ECONOMY. Biegs "What do you call your twins?" Diggs "Henrietta," Biggs "But that's only one name." Diggs "Yes. but we divide it be tween them. We call the bov Heniy and the girl Etta." Chicago News. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. WANTED A good cook at the U. Consulate in Ciudad Juarez. S. Mrs. J. H. Oomstock, the florist, has cut flowers, potted plants, and floral decorations. 'Phone 493. at Natatorium Turkish baths. I Briefs printed Just right at the Her ald Office. Try the Herald's popular wants. TBiyAS. IN THE GLASS It has gone up. But we a carload at old fig res, LOW FIGURES. If so we can furnish you with SADDLES. BUILDING EL PASO, TEXAS Coal and Wood Hay and Grain ' Building SuppHca 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 AND SONS. firnoorc I I El Paso. I I I I I I 1 1 I I I I III 11 1 1 HI 1 1 1 t t we are at our new stand. $ 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 aaton oshed at the lowneas 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. LA UNION CIGAR FACTORY. The best grade of Mexican Cigars. The Victoria Colon a specialty. We do a strictly wholesale business. Mail orders promptly filled. A. ALVAREZ, Prop., 204 Mesa Avenue. El Paso, Tex. The Herald has two telephones (No. 116), 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. If you have a stove to set np 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 buy Pennsylvania Anthracite coal. Paso Fuel Co., telephone 110. you El THE HERALD, "WE WILL" 191.