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EL PASO DAILY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1901
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KAST LAS TEUAg, N. M.
BRTABLI9BKD IBS
INOORPURATKD 190
BROWNE & MANZANARES CO.
Way ahead in quality.
FERND a LE
PURE FOOD GOODS.
HJL. F.A.SO THIXAB.
Wholesale G rocers.
WOOL, HIDES AND PELTS.
:b -A. insr "W-A-cs-oiq-
Teleoh ne 213. - Cor, Fifth and El Paso streets
You know what it costs and you
know what yon get.
TOMATOES
FERXDALF. BRAND 1000 cans extremely nice solid meaty fel
lows, all of thorough ripenerB, with a perfection and de'.icacy
of flavor to surprise you.
You can have them at 15c a can extra large cans
CORN
FERNDALE BRAND: This brand of corn Is so well and fa
vorably known that It needs no praise, It Is sweet and luscious;
grown in the state of Maine and canned next the farm.
Only 15c a can $1.65 a dozen.
PEAS
That is our "long suit- Every-body that knows us, knows the
splendid quality of peas we sell ana everybody that does not
knew us we want them to call and get acquainted with us and
our peas. The "Ferndale" brand of superfine sifted Early June
peas are the highest grade known to pea canners.
They are yours for 20c a can. or $2.25 per doz.
We have cheaper peas but none bo good.
JOHN B. WATSON,
OROORR PROVIRTON MERCHANT AND TEA DRM.ER
THE WEATHER
United States Weather Bureau.
El Paso. Texas, Feb. 6. 1901.
Local Time, 5:64 a. m.
Barometer 30.0S
Thermometer
Direction of wind V" .
Velocity of wind per hour (miles) ..4
Weather Clear
Rainfall last 24 hours (Inches) u
Highest temperature last 24 hours :.58
Lowest temperature last 24 hours -.30
THE COLD WAV " "
Is likely to stay with us because It
will be followed by another In a few
f.y. Save yourself and your horse
fcy getting horse blankets and lap robes
mi. West Texas Saddlery Co., 214 S.
Dragon street.
HOTEL SHELDON
American plan $3.00 to $5.00 per day.
uopean plan $1.00 to $2.00 per day.
il rooms' bath and closet connections,
toatrle light, steam heat hot and .cold
'rater In every room.
J. W. Fisher.
,14 MESA AVE. TEL. 224, 4 RINGS.
Mrs. Howell, Ladles' Hair Dresser
and manicurist. Hair shampooed with
oft water and 'Inert in half an hour,
toy the nse of the warm air dryer, price
M cents.
Face Massage.
Just received full line of switches
and pompadour rolls.
FOR OVER FIFTY TEARS.
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 Is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen
ty are cents a bottle. -..
Books of all kinds, stationery and
school supplies at lowest prices. The
Eclectic Book Store, 320 San Antonio
street.
Hotel Plerson, American plan $8.00
to $1.00 per day. All outside rooms.
n Paso Steam Laundry. "Phone 47.
Pennsylvania coal is the cheapest
try it. El Paso Fuel Co., telephone 110
fotel Francis, European, 75c to $1.00
(a. day. Bath with every room.
Ask tor "EL PASO TRANSFER', the
st S sent CIOAR on the market.
El Paso Fuel Co., has just received
several cars of Pennsylvania Anthra
cite coal.
Manicuring at Natatorlum Turkish
Buttermilk. Telephone No. 156.,
ee large display of Pictures at
Blakesley 4b Freeman,
107 S3 Paso Street
Blank books of all kinds at Potter
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?
In fily Manufacturing
Department
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
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f AN ITEM OF INTEREST
As we are now manufacturing Jewelry to
order, we ean use your Old Gold, and will
take same in trade or pay CASH for it.-
THE JEWELERS.
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PERSONALS.
Captain T. J. Beall has returned.
Mrs. M. F. Philbrook has returned
from Mexico after a seven weeks' visit.
Will I. Watson, for the past year in
the employ of the El Paso Saddlery
company, has resigned, having other
business in view.
Lewis M. Mitchell, of Austin, grand
chancellor of the colored Knights of
Pythias and supreme vice chancellor of
the colored K. of P. of the world, ar
rived in El Paso this morning. He
came in from San Antonio where he
visited the local lodges and has come
to organize another lodge here.
Dr. R.' C. Flower and S. L. Pearce,
of New York, mining men and capital
ists, came in from Mexico yesterday
evening and left this morning for
Yuma. Ariz., from which place they
will go out to inspect some mining
properties.
O. S. Garretson, of Buffalo, N. Y.. and
Ralph Baggaley. of Pittsburg. Pa.,
eastern capitalists, with a new process
for smelting ores, have been in El
Paso several days gathering informa
tion in regard to the mining districts
of the southwest and left this morning
over the S. P. for points in Arizona
and New Mexico.
BATTLE IN MEXICO.
Maya Indians Said to Have Suffered a
Loss of 300.
A dispatch to the Globe-Democrat
from Oaxaca. Mex., says the military
authorities have been advised of an
other engagement which took place be
tween the government troops and a
large force of Maya Indians. The bat
tle took place about nine miles from
Chan Santa Cruz, the stronghold of the
rebels, and resulted in a victory for the
government forces. The casualties on
the rebel side were heavy, it being es
timated that they lost over 300 men
killed and wounded. Several hundred
reinforcements have joined General
Bravo's command. It is asserted that
there are several white men among the
officers of the Maya forces. They are
believed to be Englishmen from British
Honduras, which country borders on
the Maya territory.
TOTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY.
Johnson's floor wax for Dining Room
floors.
Johnson's floor powder for ball room
floors
Asphaltum. House and Coach Japans.
We are jobbers for West Texas and
state of Chihuahua for PRATT &. LAM
BERT'S Varnishes.
FRAMING AND MATTING OF PICTURES IN THE
LATEST MANNER.
TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY,
TEL. 206- EL PASO, TEXAS
MvwwwMMMWjY pnd will sell at LOW
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San Anion iO Street,
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I
AT THE HOTELS.
PLAZA: S. P. Dillon .Hamilton. O.:
J. N. Ritchie and wife, Pittsburg; Mrs.
Susie Sims. Mexico; J. T. Trotter, Den
ver: S A. Sneed and family. Weather
ford: Gus Helmkamp, Moro. 11.; Lee
reary and family, Horatio. Ark.; W. S.
Connors, Neeles, Co!.; O. H. Cooper,
Benson: S. W. Russell. Chicago; S. M.
Shipp, Water. Valley, Miss.; A. B. Tor
res, New Orleans; C. M. Walter, C. A.
Shambaugh, Mansfield, O.
SHELDON: H. C. Smith, Chicago;
F. S. Richardson, Alpine; A. Christen -sen,
W. J. Bishop, San rancisco; L. L.
Ward, E. Yglaslos, Mexico; B. K. Pugh,
N. Y.; C. M. Skinner, Brooklyn; L. A.
Goebel, New Orleans; Ferd. Leiger,
Minneapolis; O. S. Garretson. Buffelo;
A. R. Wilbur, N. Y.; D. Webster and
wife. Minneapolis; H. Leonard, Chi
cago; C. C. Skinner. N. Y.: G. T. Win
terrintz. N. Y.: F. Meredith. Montreal;
J. P. Rude, Kansas City; W. B. Car
rioce. San Antonio; R. C. Flower. S.
L. Pearce. N. Y.; G. E. Crosby. New
Orleans; C. F. Leibet. St. Louis; C. E.
Hardy. Tucson: R. Ross. San Fran
cisco; Claude Hardweeke. Liberty, Mo.
Hugh Morton, Tenn.
LAST WEEK IN THE PHILIPPINES.
Gen. Frederick Funston, the little
soldier from Kansas, whose brave acts
in the Philippine war made him well
known over the whole world, reported
to the-war department last week that
only a few natives were still banded to
gether in his district. Sixty-five reb
els in the Island of Panay have sur
rendered or given themselves up to the
United States. Last Sunday, in the
southern part of the Island of Luzon
1.000 persons swore allegiance to the
United States. The ceremony took
place in a little church in the town of
San Francisco de Malabon. Twenty
Americans who were at work repairing
the broken telegraph wires south of
San Pablo were attacked by three
hundred insurgents. Two Americans
were wounded and one was captured
but was afterwards rescued by the 49th
regiment. One insurgent was killed.
Seven were wounded and several were
taken prisoners. One hundred and
forty insurants were captured in Ca
vite Province by the 4th infantry, and
4th and 6th cavalry. Senor Valles.
who was at one time chief of police of
the island of Cebu and who has been
in hiding since August, has escaped
with his family to Hong Kong. Near
ly every member of the police who
served under Valles have taken the
oath of allegiance to the United
States, and the disturbances that are
taking place in the Philippines now do
no cause much trouble.
A LARGE CROWD WILL
ATTEND THE MINSTRELS.
Eighty Ladies Will Appear on the
Stage.
Minstrels! Minstrels! Minstrels!
There will be fully eigh;y ladies on the
stage Friday night participating in
the home talent lady Mnstrel show.
The songs are all new and up-to-date,
catchy ard full of life.
Several of the items are taken by
professionals and in fact all the prin
cipals act their part to the manner
born. Several local organizations are
going to attend in a body.
A big house will greet the rising of
the curtain and broad smiles will be
the rule of the evening. Manager
Rogers cf the opera house will push
up the box window at 10 o'clock and
has ordered his lunch sent up because
he expects to be kept going all day
long.
Don't forget Fiidjvy morning at ten
o'clock for reservtd seats.
Beautiful new silks suitable for
waists, in all the fashionable colors,
the $1.25 quality, at 83 cents a yard
this week.
CALIFORNIA STORE.
WILL DRINK TYPHOID GERMS.
Christian Scientist to Prove That His
Faith Makes Him an Immune From
Disease.
The hearing in the Bell bill to pre
vent Christian Scientists from prac
ticing their art promises to be one of
great interest, says an Albany, N. Y..
I dispatch.
At a hearing on last Wednesday sev
, eial Christian Scientists asserted that
there was no danger in germs under
the Christian Scientist treatment.
It was stated that the belief of
Scientists in their immunity from
germs would be put to the test.
One of the members of the state
medical society. it is reported, will
( bring to the hearing next Wednesday
. a. vial of tvnhnM fpvpr cprnrn W will
Xiask them "to demonstrate their im
munity oy urinKing those germs.
JUVENILE FIGHTERS TO
APPEAR IN JUAREZ.
Notables From Mexico to Be Seen Next
Sunday.
The new management of the bull
pen in Juarez has made a contract
with the Juvenile company, which has
made such a reputation in Mexico, and
have advertised the first fight for next
Sunday.
i The management is in the hands of
Messrs. A. N. Daguerra and Garcia
I Cuadra who promise some splendid
sport.
I No horses will be killed as young
bulls and good horses will be used. The
company is composed of boys, the old
est being but fifteen years old. They
are a good company, however, and
some fine sport is promised.
DIED.
Mrs. Carolyn Townsend, of Organ,
N. M., who underwent a surgical oper
ation a few days since, died this morn
ing. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I
iYOU KNOW
A good thing when you see it.
How is this little list?
Krametsvogel Gebraten.
Haser.braten,
Krebsuppe, Aalsuppe,
Reisenspargel,
Feinste Junge Erbsen.
Sellerie in Scheiben,
Brusler Kohl,
Grunkohl 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.
i Howard Whetridse
GROCERS,
210 St. Louis Avenue.
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FIRST SNOWFALL
OF THE SEASON.
Mountain Tops Near Cacas Grandes
are White.
J. T. Logan, general traffic manager
of the Sierra Mad re road, received a
telegram from Casas Grandes yester
day stating that the mountains around
that place were covered witix snow.
This is the first big snow that coun
try has had this winter.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED A position as working
housekeeper. General cook, also
seamstress. Will take full charge.
Call 607 San Francisco street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 803 N. Camp
bell street.
I
IT WILL PAY YOU.
to supply your spring silk wants this
week. New styles, new colors, and
new silks.
AT BARGAIN PRICES THIS WEEK.
CALIFORNIA STORE.
Briefs printed just right at the Her
ald Office.
J.
NO BREAK
ii
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MARKET, it has gone up. But we I
have received a carload at old fig res,
KRAKAUER,
BAVR YOU A HORSE?
HARNESS AND ACCESSORIES. We also han
die FIRE ARMS AND AMMUNITION,
SHELTON-PAYNE jRMS QL
MILLS BUILDING
303 N. Oregon St EL PASO, TEXAS
G. A. KASEfflAN.
Successor to O'Brien Cost Co.
ST. LOUIS ST.. El Paso. Texas. PhoneS. Building Supplier
Dealers in Lime, Cement, Plaster and Hair, Mineral Paints and Mortar
Colors, Roofing Pitch. Tarred Felt and Sheathing Paper.
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M. AINSA
WhrvLocolo
Overlaod Street
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
Paints. Oils and
: A full stock -. ...
w. a. IRVIN & CO.,
, Wholesale and Retail
.DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS.
Established 1 88 1. 1 1 3 El Paso Street.
Our Patrons and the
Public Generally
Are hereby notified that we are at our new stand
204 San Antonio Street.
We are now ready to serve you.
' The Pioneer
WATER WAGON WAS
TOTALLY DESTROYED.
Exciting Runaway Near the S. P.
Depot.
A team hitched to a water wagon
made a short but destructive run with
out the driver this morning near the
s. p. depot.
I The horses were probably frightened
at a train as they were standing near
.the track when they started.
I They ran westward between the
Francis hotel and the S. P. yards.
Though they did not run more than
100 feet the water tank was dumped off
and the wagon torn to pieces and scat
tered around in the hotel back yard.
I The driver took the team away and
, left the wagon and tank to be gather
ed up later.
PROTRACTED MEETING AT FIRST
' BAPTIST CHURCH.
Kev. Chopan preached at 3 p. m.;
Pastor Millican at night. One profes
sion, of faith at the evening sermon
and one received under watch care of
the church.
(Rev. Geo. H. Brewer, the evangelist,
arrived over the Santa Fe and will re
main for two weeks.
Services at 3 and 7:30 p. m.
I Chiropodist at Natatoruim Turkish
( baths.
THE HERALD. "WE WILL" 1901.
Railroad schedule, page
IN THE GLASS
FIGURES.
ZORK & MOYE.
300-302 EL PASO ST. .?
If so we can furnish
you with SADDLES,
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AND SONS.
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Window Glass '
Grocery. Co.
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 Plasa 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.
115), one In the business office (2
rings) and the other In the editorial
rooms (3 rings). Say which.
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 you
buy Pennsylvania Anthracite coal. El
Paso Fuel Co., telephone 110.
Mrs. J. H. Comstock, the florist, has
cut flowers, potted plants, and floral
decorations. 'Phone 498.
Massage at Natatorlum Turkish,
baths. t
THE HERALD, "WE WILL" 1901.
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