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PAGE EIGHT. EL PASO DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1901. Way ahead inequality. You know what it costs and you FERNDALE PURE FOOD GOODS, y- -:i know what you get. TOMATOES FERNDALE BRAND 1009 cans extremely nice solid meaty fel lows, all of thorough ripeners, with a perfection and delicacy of flavor to surprise you. You can have them at 15c a can extra large cans CORN FERNDALE BRAND: Thisbrand 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 V f .' I That is our "long sultj Every-body tiat knows us, knows the splendid quality of peas we sell and everybody that does not know 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 so good. JOHN B. WATSON, nnnniCR. PROVISION MERCHANT AND TEA DEALER TOTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY. We have some special prices on wall paper remnants for dining rooms, parlors and reception halls, both ingrain and fig ured paper. We are Prepared 10 give you close figures and do your work promptly. Stains and floor Varnishes for Rugs, Bath Tub Enamels Here are some new papers just arrived -M TER, MARTHA WASrilNGT, N and Be around NCHES RL N. TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY, TEL. 206. EL PASO, TEXAS KA8T LAS TIUA8, M. M. ESTABLISHED 185S INCORPORATED 190 BROWNE M4NZ1NARES CO. EL PASO, TEXAS. Wh olesale Grocers. WOOL. HIDES AND PELTS. vsr-A-G-oixrs Teleohone 213. - Cor. Fifth and El Paso streets. We Have Not Only Windfalls, but . . . the THE WEATHER El Paso, Texas, Feb. 27, 1901 Local Time 5:54 a. m. Barometer .'. . ..30.23 Thermometer 41 Direction of wind Northwest Velocity of wind per hour (mHeei :9 Weather ....,.Clear Rainfall last 24 hours (inches) 0 Highest temperature last 24 hours i: 69 Lowest temperature last 2t hours-:.'. 40 I II II I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I ' 1111 ""t Mrs. Howell. Ladies Hair Dresser and Manicurist. Hair chanpooed with soft water and dried 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. "4 fT 414 MfcSA AVEi. 1Kb ZZ4, ' .ttllNVia. f A New Advertisement. Now on exhibition in our East Show Window. An elegant Cut Glass Punch Bowl. 12 Cut Glass Punch Cups. " Saucers. i Large Mirror Reflect or. Price of set complete $i 2 5.00. Commencing nth the price will be reduced $1.00 each day excepted) uniil sold. Who will get it and at what price 12 February (Sundays PERSONALS. - Senator W. W. Turney returned last night to Austin. ..' , Miss Will Allen Dromgoole, the Ten nessee writer, was a passenger .on to-day's S. P. for California. ' v Colonel James Bean of New" York has returned from a trip to-his gold, mines at Jicarilla, New Mexico. H. L. Potter, of tha firm of Potter & THE JEWELERS, "1 SAN amiuwivj oin- 1 1 1 1 I I II I 1 1 II 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 H I ' I I I I t AT THE HOTELS. SHELDON: C. Cain. Houston; T. L. Blanchard, San Antonio; Russell P. Jameson and wife, Morenci; Mrs. R. Ross, Mrs. M. C. Noel, Pittsburg; Wal ter McNaughton, Municie; Mrs. Chas. .'Miller. Mrs. John Egbert. Goshen: Geo. 'P. . Smith. Boston; R. A. Sweetland, White, druggists, returned this morn- .Chicago; H. C. Pouget, Las Vegas; Mrs, lag from a busines strip to Albuqurque and Santa Fe. ' ' : ' '' Hon. W. A. Hawkins, general attor ney for the White Oaks railroad. came in from Santa Fe this morning accom panied by Mrs. Hawkins. Mr. Hawkins has been at Santa Fe since the legis- lafnra nruntf1 tti orA sinri tisua hAAn-'in . - ---- - - - - - - -- (Mcurew ana wiie s.s iera m ...uudi E Travl8, Boston. A. in raiiroaas. tie win ue m n.i rmw. . rl, ri,i u t rr- , ton; Richard Urite and wife, Mexico; Wm. Carlisle wife and daughter, Atchl- M. D. - Leggitt, Mrs. Alfred Johnson, Cleveland; H. C. Smith, San Francis co; F. L. Richardson, Alpena; Jno. W. McComb, Mexico; Robt. Fullerton. W. O. Finkbein, Des molnes; V. Shaw Ken nedy. Fred M. Stephenson. Chicago; John Davis, Mrs. Frederic K. Strure, Miss Furth, W. H. Burges. Seattle; H. McGrew and wife Kansas City; Mrs. G. Leonard until tomorrow and then return to his,. home in Alamogordo. - DIED. son; E. B. Sloan, Louisville; Chas. 3. Sloat, Ft. Worth; Mrs. Rovena Mason, St. Louis: W. J. Wells. San Francisco; E.. S. Tilfell and wife, Davenport: J. Oakland; H. N. Stone. Mans II. Furman. London; J. Otis, Orleans. Kl' m.. ss. 11 iRedguff. 1- field; J. John P. Madden, aged 40.1 died - at 915 North Florence street last night. to-do lawyer in New York City, but he ' New was attacked . by that dread disease I ' which causes so many easterners to ORNDORFF: James Skellom, Sevoy seek the ozone of the west and he left Ark.; J. R. Boddit, St. Louis; A. G. his home and business to go to Colo- Jones, Cheefoo; O. O. Eldridge. wife, rado I and son, Indianapolis; J. H. Knowles, After giving that country a trial and r.,ATUf'4"I o ... ' r V. finding no relief he came to El Paso, arriving here the first of last Novem ber. He was accompanied by his wife, who will accompany the body back to New York, leaving for that city tomorrow. SHIRT WAIST FABRICS. The New Wash Fabrics for Shirt Waists are the Madras, Percales. Ging hams, etc., at 10c to 50c per yard. CALIFORNIA STORE. Everybody reads The Herald. Every body will read YOUR advertisement if you put it in the "POPULAR WANTS." Have you rooms to rent? See page 7 MRS. CARRIE NATION COMLNG. The date is not yet certain of her ar rival In El Paso, but in the meantime the only place to get Harness and Horse Goods at the lowest prices. is The West Texas Saddlery Co.,' 214 South Oregon Street. ., Ariz.; W. Y. Smith. Seattle: J. M. Giv ens. I. T.; Frank Howie. St. Paul; R. H. Tin nand wife, San Antonio; W. A. Manquin and wife, Guaymas; Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Ryburn, Bloomington, 111.; W. A Dromgoole. Tenn.; Mrs. C. L. Kistner. Union City, Tenn.; E. A. Bis- sel land wife. Col.; W. B. Kelly. City: W. J. DeGress. Mexico; L. E. Studt. L. M. Raines. Chihuahua; F. H. Rhoads. Denver; W. A. Welchmann, N. Y.; G. C. Lunt, St. Louis; Miss N. Hicks, Oakland; Mrs. Ferney, Fort Worth. SENATOR TURKEY'S UN USUAL GOOD LUCK. Aided a Poor Prospector and Thereby Gained a Fortune. A 'deal was consummated yesterday the result of which finds Senator Tur ney a richer man by $50,000 to $75,000. The story was briefly told ir. last night's Herald It is a simple history cf casting financial bread upon the waters of speculative investment and receiving it again well soaked after 'many days. 1'wo or three years ago I a man who was aimlessly wandering in and around the place called Las I Terlinguas about one hundred miles south of Alpine in this state, noticed the outcropping of a red rock forma tion. He examined it and carried some of it away with him. Examination proved it to be rock Irom which quick silver is extracted. The man - had litUe or no money of his own but he knew Senator Turney and informed him of his discovery. For a compara tively 6mall consideraUpn Mr. Turney acquired five-eighths interest in the property which was secured. This property is formally described as sections 41 and 49 in block 3-12 of the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe lands, situated in Brewster county. The deposits of this quicksilver rock are quite extensive and have yielded from ten to ninety per cent pure quick silver. The proceeds of treating it is fairly simple and not very expansive. The rock which is extremely heavy, is put into a retort and the fumes as they arise pass through water which pre cipitates the quicksilver in a more or less crude condiUon. The property was not worked to any extent but the section adjoining has been worked considerably by the owner James Norman, of Marfa. Texas. The latter saw that he had a good thing and he made overtures to Mr. Turney and his associates to buy their property. The result of the ngotiations was the sale made yesterday. The property is known as the Califor nia cinnabar property, consisting of 1,230 acres in the Terlingua quicksilver district in Brewster county. Two years ago W. E. Bell. late or Milwau kee. Wis., leased and bonded the prop erty from the owners. Senator Turney and Tr Wrisrht of El Paso, Messrs, McComb and Woods of Mt. Pulaski, 111., and J. P. Chase, of Socorro, N. M. In the two years Mr. Bell has been engaged in prospecting and develop ment work and has brought out the fact that the property is a valuable one. Yesterday he took up the bona ana sold the property to aJmes Norman of Marfa. The purchaser did not care to tell the exact amount paid for the prop erty, but it was ascertained that about 1122,000 changed hands on the deal. WHAT IF YOU ARE Required to abstain from meat to ! some extent during lent? Fish of all kinds can be had in such a ', variety that you need hardly . . miss the meat. We have an im- 1 ' mense variety of fresh water fish, ', ', salt water fish, shell fish, and fish saitea and smoked. Our soft shell crabs are delicious. I I HOWARD k MTHETRIDGr, t THE GROCJCVS PHONE S37. 210 St. Louis St.. I I M II I II 1 1 1 1 1 1 III l Mill ROD CASING PIPES . CYLINDERS. . OF ALL KINDS. IN FACT, COMPLETE OUTFITS ARE OUR S SPECIALTY. Krakauer, Zork & Moye. I 300-302 EL PASO ST. f HAV& 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. KASEAUN. " Successor to O'Brien Coal Co. ST. LOUIS ST.. El Paso. Texas. Phone8. Coal and Wood Hay and Grain Building Supplies Dealers In Lime, Cement, Plaster and Hair. Mineral Paints and Mortar Colors, Roofing Pitch. Tarred Felt and Sheathing Paper. i 1111 1 1 11 1 1 11 inn 11 111 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 POPULAR WANTS, 10 cents a line, once; 20 cents a line, three times. Six words to line. The Herald nas two telephones (No. 1161. one In the business office (1 lings) and the other in the editorial rooms li rings). Say which. . A Long i Felt Want Filled OPTICAL DEPARTMENT. My Optical PARLOR and DARK Testing Room is one ol the most complete in the state and in charge of a thorough Scientific Optician - Your eyes should have the best attention to be had. The best is to be found in my business house. An mspection of my store always extended, I LEAD, OTHERS TRY TO FOLLOW. A. H. RICHARDS, the jeweler. No. 103 El Paso St. Grand Central Block 00 0X""6 J. He Nations Meat and Supply Co. City Market. 214 San Antonio Street. Telephone No. 138 WE HANDLE ALL KINDS OF Kansas City Meats; also local Meat slaughtered at Our Own Slaughter House Fish. Poultry and Game in Season. Special Attention to Shipping Orders Out side of the City, M. AINSA AND SONS Wholesale Grocers. OVERLAND STREET, EL PASO. in 11 1 11 111111 1111111111111111111 mi 11111111111111I Famts, wis and Window Glass A full stock W. A. IRVIN & CO., ? Wholesale and Retail. DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS. Established 1 88 1. 113 1 Paso Street. HEALTHFL ICE MADE OP DISTILL ED WATER. The P loneer varocery 204 SAN ANTONIO STREET. o. The Consumers Ice Com Dan v is in creasing its ice manufacturing capa city to 75 tons per day ACTUAL CA PACITY. Machinery up-to-date in ev ery detail with the view of making pure ice, is being put in now. Particular attention, will be given to the prompt delivery of family orders. Our prices are guaranteed to be as low as anybody's. WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD! Telephone orders receive prompt at tention. Phone No. 88. Consumers' Ice & Cold Storage Co. GRANT GILLETT HAS GONE BACK TO CHIHUAHUA, He Did Not Sail For New York, as Reported. Every time you come down town you pass our store. It is con venient for you to trade with us, and also to your interest, because we always have the best of everything In the market, and our prices are RIGHT. EACH DAY we receire FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES of all kinds in season. Stop and ask for a copy or' Household Hints," a useful cook book containing receipts for the preparation of Shredded Wheat Biscuits. Telephone orders promptly filled. THE PIONEER GROCERY CO. ; ' Phong DON'T KOROGT THE NUMBER. 204 San Antonio St. AMERICAN PLAN. I $2.50 to $4.00 per day. Special rates by week or month. Facing city park. Passenger elevator. Hot and cold water in rooms. Rooms w4th bath. Rooms single or en suite, the city. Large sample room. The report that came from Chihua hua a few days ago to the effect that Grant Gillett, the once catUe king of Kansas, had sailed from Vera Cruz for New York, seems to have been unfoun ded. W. J. Cox. of the El Paso Live Stock Everybody reads The Herald. Everv. exchange returned from there last body will read YOUR advertisement night and says he met Gillet on the if you put . it . in the "POPULAR streets in Chihuahua yesterday and WANTS." talked to him. I J v- it v. ch BVUI IC Elegant dining rooms and the best meals' tat ) CHAS. DeGROFF, Prop lu i ue iieraju ana was accepted as true. Gillett personally stated to a Herald representative a few weeks ago that he was going to return to Kansas City this year and this made the story more acceptable. . News also comes from Chihuahua that Gillett has bought a steamer tick et at Vera Cruz to New York and has only returned to Chihuahua on some unfinished business, and will sail for New York within a few days. In this way the first story might have been tangled thoughUessly and with no in tent to misrepresentation. It is said by some that Gillett will not return to the states until his wife has partially J arranged his affairs in Kansas, but this I statement cannot be confirmed. POPULAR WANTS. 10 cents a line, once; 20 cents a line, three times. Six words to line. Pawn Brokers. Rail Road Ticket Brokers, Money Brokers, and Diamond Brokers. Silberberg Bros., the Brokers, 102 San Antonio street, next to First National Bank. Friday Is ladies' day at the Natator ium Turkish baths. Chiropody, Mass age, and steam cabinet baths at any time. Telephone 443. " SPECIAL CURTAIN BARGAINS. Some great bargains in odds and ends of fine quality, Arabian Point, Irish Point, and Nottingham Curtains this week. Only about half price. CALIFORNIA STORE. Picture frames made to order at the Eclectic Book Store, 320 San Antonio street. El Paso Steam Laundry, Tbcne 47. Books of all kinds, stationery and school supplies at lowest prices. The Eclectic Book Store, 320 San Antonio street. THE FIRST. Advance styles of early Spring Hats,' also new work embroidery and lace caps and bonnets for babies and chil dren. Over one thousand different manufacturers samples at LESS THAN HALF PRICE, at POSENER'S CUT RATE MILLINERY, 3 Plaza Block. HOTEL SHELDON. American plan $3.00 to $5.00 per day. European plan $1.00 to $2.u0 per day. 42 rooms, bath and closet connections. Electric Light, steam heat, hot and cold water in every room. J. W. Fisher. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS." Mrs. Winslows Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething.' It soothes the child, -softens the gams, allays all pain, cures wild colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. You get something good when ve buy Pennsylvania Anthracite coal. El Paso Fuel Co., telephone 110. f ennsyivama coai is the ci try it. El Paso Fuel Co., telephone 119 "