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EL. PASO DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY. MARCH 1, 1901.
PAGE EIGHT. njuwuWuVu V 1V1 WiVi - A. Our Fish List. New Mackerel Very Fine Large Bloaters 2?lt' Fine Fat Medium Sized Mackerel Ior 5C- IN PAILS Twelve Nice Bright Mackerel in pail .. .. .. Ten pounds Extra Fat Fancy Mackerel in pail .$1.35 per pail. .91.65 per pail. HOLLAND HERRING Fine Fett Milkers ,5c Each. QmnVl Salmon l"""- Smoked White Fish, Best Sugar Cured variety. Medium Sized Fish - ;;;;;; Thesere very delicious." "vVeget them twice a week by express to keep them fresh and nice. CODFISH Gnuine George's Bank, Extra thick, pure white, no bones. Two pounds in Flat Tablet 25 cents. Shredded Codfish made from the Genuine George's Cod the finest Fish obtainable. No soaking, no odor while preparing for the i able In Tins 15c Eacn- JOHN B. WATSON, O ROGER, PROVISION MERCHANT AND TEA DEALER TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY. We have some special prices on wall paper remnants for dining rooms, parlors and reception halls, both ingrain and fig . red paper. We are orepared to give you close figures and do your work promptly. Stains and floor Varnishes for around Rugs, Bath Tub Enamels Here are some new papers just arrived M NCHtS 1ER. MARTHA WASrlNGT. N and BtRL N. TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY, TEL. 200. EL PASO, TEXAS KAST LAS TKUAS. X. M. BHTABUSBED 1880 IMOORFOIUTID 1M0 BROWNE fe MANZANARES CO. EL PASO, TEXAS. THE WEATHER U. S. Local Weather Bureau. El Paso, Tex., March 1. 1901. Local Time 5:64 a. tn. 30.28 ..43 Barometer Direction ol wind Northwest Velocity of wind per hour (miles) ..5 vtinr Clear Rainfall last 24 hours (inches) ....0 Highest temperature last 24 hours ..11 Lowest temperature last 24 hours.. 4 J Mrs. Howell. Ladles Hair Dresse and Manicurist. Hair shaft, pooed with soft water and dried In half an hour by the use of the warm air dryer. Pric" 60 cents. Face massage. Just received full line of switches and pompadour rolls. 414 MESA AVE. TEL 224. 4 RINGS. PERSONALS. J Hernandez left for Santa Rosalia, Mex., today on a two weeks lay ofT. j, c. Ross, formerly an undertaker of this city, came in yesterday from the north. J W Purdy, owner of the Grand hotel, at Pueblo, Colorado, is visiting in El Paso. H. Pollard, a live stock dealer of Pueblo. Colorado, is here on his way to his Texas ranch. G J. Hartman, superintendent of the Mexican Central has returned from his trip along the line. Rev. Abe Mulkey and wife arrived last night. Mr. Mulkey preached here last year to audiences that filled the opera house. who formerly lived at Wichita Falls, has associated himself 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I i 1 Everybody Must have Them! Either a "Barrette" for the hair or A Fob Chain. We have just received another lot of the very latest in both. THE 111 SAN ANTONIO STREET. I JEWELERS. 1 1 1 1 1 hi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 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 1 1 1 1 1 1 and he is now believed to be on the road to rapid recovery. J. T. Logan, of the Sierra Madre rail way company has gone for a trip down the line. AN OLD CHURCH WITH A NEW MISSION AND A RECTOR. n himincMut here wim i. n and will make El Paso his future home. One of the most important articles of this or any other month important both by weight of what is said and by the way the writer says it is that by Dr. Jacob Riis on the work of old St. George's Parish, New York, in the March number of the World's Work. The story of the street boy, Tony, and the great work that this active church is diong for him and his companions Is inspiring. Stirring, too, is the sketch of the man who has directed it all. Dr. iW. S. Rainsford. An incident illus- AT THE HOTELS. Bishop J. W. Hamilton has arrived from Mexico City, en route to his borne in San Francisco and is the guest of Rev. John F. Kellogg of the Myrtle avenue Methodist church. trates the sort of oppositioin Dr. Rains- ford has had to overcome: He had started a mission school in the back rooms of a saloon on Avenue A and at one of the first sessions found a big ruffian in possession greatly to the discomfort of the teacher. Told to go out. the fellow informed Dr. Rains- . ,, , tHoman ! iora wun an oam inai lie wouiu ee J. roinra. a w .do is him further first. The doctor talked whose home is iuPueblo. Colorado, is M h to th blackguard stopping at the Orndorff. In a"10 hoping to avoid a disturbance. but to the cattle he owns In Colorado ne wheQ fae swore at hlm again, gave him has quite a bunch in Texas and ms n,s own medlcine m a blow that fened visit here is in that connection. n,m ,lke an ox Tne enow arose. . - t t, o merchant of aed and groping to find the doctor luuiuas - - . ' .. Ktanriinar nver him. readv to bave It out. l(lnonnH la 111 IllR C1LV . . ' aiwowuiit " " - Springfield. he' asked. o-- , : r--c I Have you kui enouga.' having just returnea The man cried quite and went his way. Mr. Porter was so favorably impressed Sunday school session proceeded, with El Paso that it is Probable that j A wefc ,ter there wa8 another fight, "he- will remain here and engage in ,toP started in to clear the room. persuasion having failed, and found the burly ruffian of the previous encounter at his elbow. ' "I thought I was in for it." he said, telling of it. "and they had come to clean me out. I made sure my back business. He did not realize unui ne had investigated, what an important distributing point this city has become. C. G. Seymour, formerly managing editor of the Chicaeo Chronicle has oeen quite in ior evn ua, . was free and turned upon them. Im Sheldon. About a week ago he con- my 8urprise when x saw my cus. tracted a com wnicn proaucea acuie t0mer of the ween before gran the other laryngitis and he has been suffering by the neck and rush him to the door, considerably from his throat ever since. ( .. .Here . he said, firing him out. 'the The worst however, is said to be over rector an'd i call clean out the saloon!' . Thas was the last fight we had.' 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. FOR SALE. LARGE HOME" COMFORT HOTEL RANGE WITH BROILER: USED BUT A SHORT TIME. $50 LESS THAN IT COST. WELCH'S HOUSEFURNISHING STORE, TEXAS STREET. ORNDORFF: Rose Collins, Geo. Col line. Denver; Maude Demas, Chicago; M. E. Hunt. Las Cruces; Mrs. F. H. Rhoads. Denver; J. W. Purdy. Mrs. A. S. Wilson, Mrs. Rob Parsons, Mrs. C ro ller. Pueblo; A. R. Rosenzwig and wife, Mexico; C. D. Chapman. San Jose, Mr. and Mrs. Prickett. Bisbee; J. P. Catterlin, Frankfort; D. Pasorthold. Colorado; A. B. Jones, Parksville; Frank F. Brewel, Bereo; R- L. Leche. Los Angeles; J. L. Seamonds. Tucson; Mrs. B. L.. Miss Parker Herndon. Fredericksburg; Abe Mulkey and wife. Corsica na; Jno. Stuart and wife, Mrs. W. H. Newman, Kentucky; E. Alexan der. St. Louis: Mrs. S. B.. Miss Elsie Mae Parris, Washington; Miss P. Ev erett, England; Mrs. W. M., J. Mason, Perkins. Virginia: A. W. and family, San Diego; E. St. Louis. QlPk' Will j j O S00J1 : llfiff Want j M. mama umco 1 WIBM 111 " FLT AWAY YOUR FLAN- T N'ELS FOR THE SUMMER. Thorndike S. Arnold, FRANCIS: Chas. W. Partridge. J. S. Welch and wife. J. F. Manning. Ala mogordo; M. W. Lightfoot, San Fran cisco; Geo. D. Johnson, New York; B. W. Baker. Big Springs; Wm. W. Koegler. wife and daughter, Pitts burgh Mina S. Everett. E. Las Vegas; Jaust Lane. Gallup; Oscar Rountree, P. Hunt. Alpine; F. M. Ellis, Denver; Geo. Ba!th88, Toledo; J. T. Hayden. Cleveland; Geo. W. Barksdale. Bunker Hill; A. C. Andrews. Dallas; R. C. Lee, St. Louis. FILED FOR RECORD. Betore you do so, th y should be washed with WOOL SOAP. We- ' have the GENUINE. ORIGINAL WOOL SOAP. They don't shrink ' WHEN WASHED WITH THE '. ' WOOL SOAP WE SELL. We ! '. have mourning starch expressly ' 1 for black goods. . ALL GOODS GUARANTEED. t : HOWARD & MTHETR1DSF, PHOHE i',7, I 210 St. Louis St.. j 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 Mary J. Spencer, et al to W. H. Bat tenbury, et al, half of block 8, Mills' map, $2,000. C. H. Morehouse, et al. to Mrs. Eme lie Harris, 60x10 fet near the corner of West Overland and Chihauhua streets. $1,800. Elmer Hines to Mrs. Emelie Harris. 30x10 feet on West Overland street, $2 835 H. Pollard to Mrs. Kate Trenin. tract of land in El Paso county, $250. George H. Hunter and F. E. Hunter to Joe Magoffin, 22x104 feet on San Antonio street in block 208. Vampbell's $1,750. J. He Nations Meat and Supply Co. Cty Market. 2 14 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, Wholesale G rocers. WOOL, HIDES AND PELTS. Teleohone 213. Cor. Fifth and El Paso streets. I We Don't Like to Sell . CHICAGO ELECTRIC HOSE Because it wears too well. But the best is always the cheapest and we keep the best for our customers. Try some this year t Krakauer, Zork 6c Move, i 30C-332 EL PASO ST. f HAVE YOU A HORSE? If so we can furnish, you with SADDLES. HARNESS AND ACCESSORIES. We also han dle FIRE ARMS AND AMMUNITION SHELTOK-PAYNE ARMS CL 305 N- Oregon St MILLS BUILDING EL PASO, TEXAS G. A. K ASEfil AN; Stt1 "If ! Successor to O'Brien Coal Co. LOUIS ST.. El Paro. Texa. Phone8. Building Supplies Dealers In Lime. Cement. Plaster and Hair. Mineral Paints and Mortar Colors. Roofing Pitch. Tarred Felt and Sheathing Paper. Ill 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 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M. AINSA AND SONS. Wholesale Grocers.!, OVERLAND STREET. EL PASO. 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 I I 1 1 I I I I I I I 1 1 1 H. COX HAS BEEN APPOINTED POSTMASTER OP VAN HORN. THIS COUNTY. Have You a ... Waterman Fountain Pen . That is Damaged or one that is not giving you Satisfaction? If you have BRING IT TO ME I will exchange it for a new one, allowing you from sixty cents to three dollars, for your old . . . .. WATthMAN FOUNTAIN PEN .. According to the Number, Size and Con dition. This is fair dealing and insures you of having the best WHICH I SELL.- A. H. RICHARDS, I THE JEWELER. I No. 103 El Paso St. Grand Central Block Special to The Herald. WASHINGTON. March 1 G. H. Cox has been appointed postmaster at Van Horn, El Paso county. Texas. Diamonds and all other precious stones bought, sold and exchanged. If you want the value on any precious stone we will give it gratis. Silberberg Bros., the Diamond Brokers, 102 San Antonio street, next to First National Bank. HER VIEW. Mr. Solidrocks "It's a heavy defal cation and perhaps I'd better keep it quiet." Mrs. Solidrocks "Oh, no! Let the world know how easily you can afford it." Puck. HEALTHFL ICE MADE OF DISTILL- I ED WATER. The Consumers Ten fnm nnnv fo in creasing its ice manufacturing capa city to 75 tons nor Aav ArrrTTAT. r PACITY. Machinery up-to-date in ev ery aeiaii witn tne view of making pure Jc, is being put in now. Particular attention will be given to the Oromnt dellverv nf fnmllv nnlm Our prices are guaranteed to be as low as anypoqys. WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD! Telephone orders receive jprorapt at tention. Phone No. 88. Consumers' Ice & Cold Storage Co. Paints, Oils and Window Glass -. i A full stock : ; W. A. IRVIN( & CO., I Wholesale and Retail DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS. I Established 1 88 1. i 1 13 El Paso Street. ! HOTEL ; ORNDORFF AMERICAN PLAN. $2.50 to $4.00 per day. Special rates by week or month. Facing ty park. Passenger elevator. Hot and cold water in rooms. Rooms with ' bath. Rooms single or en suite. Elegant dining rooms and the beet meafe tn the city. Large sample room. CHAS. DeGROFF. Prop POLICY UNCHANGED. Incorporating Excelsior will in no way affect the policy of the place. The professional as well as its business management will continue to be con ducted by Dr. Lindsay. This means that no contagious dis eases will be received and that the home-likeness of the place will ' be maintained. It is the one place in El Paso where you can enjoy social life in- a lovely reception hall and can sit down at a dining table and not be in danger of contagion. It is a sanita rium in the sense that it is kept sani tary. The Excelsior Sanitarium Co. 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i linn,,, I , , , 11 1 1 1 Mi n 1 i i 1 1 ii 1 j New Management! Un.tn.riatp Sprvirp! t New Management! Up-to-date Service! EL PASO COFFIN and CASKET CO. T Embalmers and Funeral Directors. J. J. KASTER, Manager. Chapel and Parlors at 408 El Paso Street. Lady assistant. Night calls promptly an swered. 'Phone 71 S rinsrs. I II 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 x 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 11T Everybody reads The Herald. Every body will read TOUR advertisement if you put it in the "POPULAR WANTS." All the street sprinklers were run ning today and the streets were mois tened in anticipation of the high winds which are expected to spring up early this month. Everybody reads The Herald. Every body will read TOUR advertisement if you put it in the "POPULAR WANTS." El Paso Fuel Co., has just received several cars of Pennsylvania Anthra cite coal. If you have brief work to be done see the Herald. Telephone No. 150 for Buttermilk. Briefs printed just right at the Her ald Office. To Loan, $1,000 to $5,000 on good se curity. J. D. Campbell. 1108 North Stanton street. EL PASO GROWING IN IMPORT ANCE AS DISTRIBUTING CENTER. Purchasing Agent McClintock. of the Apache Indian reservation near Globe. Arizona, was in the city yesterday and while here bought two cars of fat Mex ican cattle from W. J. Cox. of the El Paso Live Stock Commission com pany. With its increasing jobbing and rail way facilities El Paso is fast becom ing the distributing point for a large stretch of the southwestern territory of which it is the metropolis. POPULAR WANTS, 10 cents a line, once; 20 cents a line, three times. Six words to line. 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. FOR RENT Good rooms with board, reasonable rates, close in. 616 San Antonio street. 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 WANTED Woman for general house work. 808 North Oregon street. The Herald has two telephones (Ma 115). one In the business office (1 rings) and the other In the editorial rooms f 3 rings). Say which. Water Color Pictures originals di rect from artist. Low prices, at Klakesley & Freeman. THE FIRST. Advance styles of earlv Snria bi also new work embroidery and te caps and bonnets for babies and m. dren. Over one thousand atgomjse. manufacturers samples at LESS TUM HALF PRICE, at POSENER'S CUT RATE MILLINRT. 3 jfiaza mock. ' HOTEL SHELDON. American plan $3.00 to $5.00 per day. European plan $1.00 to $2.c0 ner ri 42 rooms, bath and closet conneeftane. Electric Light, steam heat, hot and cold water in every room. J. W. Fisher. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup- has been used for children teething, it soothes the child, softens the gums, allavs all naln rnrxi wilf - the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen- ly-nve cents a Dottle. You get something good when you buy Pennsylvania Anthracite coal. EU Paso Fuel Co., telephone 110. Pennsylvania coal is the cheapest try it. El Paso Fuel Co., telephone 110 Friday is ladies' day at the Natatxtr ium Turkish baths. Chiropody, Mass age, and steam cabinet baths at any time. Telephone 443. - ( El Paso steam Laundry, Tbcne 47.