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EL. PASO DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1901. Our Fish List. New Mackerel Very Fine Large Bloaters 25c Each. Fine Fat Medium Sized Mackerel 2 for 25c. IN PAILS ' Twelve Nice Bright Mackerel in pail ..$1.35 per pail. Ten pounds Extra Fat Fancy Mackerel in pall . ..$1.65 per pail. HOLLAND HERRING Fine Fett Milkers 5c Each. Smoked Salmon 25c per pound. Smoked White Fish, Best Sugar Cured variety. Medium Sized Fish 10c Each. Large Sized Fish 15c Each. These are very delicious. e get 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 lable. In Tins 15c Each. JOHN B. WATSON, GROCER. PROVISION MERCHANT AND. TEA DEALER TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY. AST LAH VEUA8, If. M. ESTABLISHED IMS INCORPORATED 1900 BROWNE MANZANARES CO. EL PASO. TEXAS I We have some special prices on wall paper remnants for dining rooms, parlors and reception hails, both ingrain and fig ured paper. We are nrepared to give you close figures and do your work promptly. , Stains and floor Varnishes for Rugs, Bath Tub Enamels around vv nuiesaie urocers; WOOL, HIDES AND PELTS. 33 -A. Z3NT "VVA-G-QONTS Teleohone 213. Cor. Fifth and Fl Pfln ctrot. Here -are some new papers just arrived M 'NCHtS TER, MARTHA WASnlNGTt N and BtRL N. . . TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY, TEL. 200. EL PASO, TEXAS THE WEATHER U. S. Local Weather Bureau. EI Paso. Tex.. March 2, 1901. Local Time 5:54 a. m. 30.07 ...40 Barometer Thermometer Direction of wind , North Velocity of wind per hour (milesc) -.4 Weather .Clear Rainfall last 24 hours (inches) 0 Highest temperature last 24 hours ..78 Lowest temperature last 24 hours ..40 Mrs. Howell, Ladles Hair Dresser and Manicurist. Hair nhaapooed with soft water and dried In half an hour by the use of the warm air dryer, price B0 cents. Face massage. Just received full line of switches and pompadour rolls. 414 MESA AVE. TEL 224. 4 RINGS. THERE WILL BE A NEW HOTEL AT CLOUDCROFT. Contraot? Have Been Signed and the Accommodations Wilf Be Ample. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I H I I I I I II 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 JEWELERS, 111 SAN ANTONIO STREET. T 4 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 ii 1 1 ii 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 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 PERSONALS. H. L. Newman and family have gone to their ranch at Hereford. Those who desire to escape the heat of the summer months for the cool at- 1 - . n. 1 ... II 1-1 . A , urZLrf Z.111"11 of Casa Grandes. is at Cleburne, do so with the assurance that there T J. G. D. Boyd, the prominent ranch- . will be no lack of accommodations. The new hotel which has been projected for some time was definitely decided upon recently so the pjans qrawq, -Ofesterday the Alamagorda Improve ment company entered into a contract with A. Qulnley of Alamogordo for the construction of the hotel. The work is to be commenced at once and rapidly pushed to completion in time for the opening of the summer season. The site of the hotel is near the pa vilion, where the' tents were pitched last year. It is an exceedingly pleas ant location for the purpose. The new hotel will be a handsome structure with all modern convenien ces. It will contain 53 rooms and ac commodate in the neighborhood of 100 people. FOR SALE. Commencing Thursday, March 5th we will offer at private sale all the furniture and fixtures saved from the Hotel Pierson. consisting of bedsteads, dressers, commodes, wardrobes, mat tresses, pillows, springs, 'chairs, rock ers, carpets, rugs, curtains, shades, toi let sets, sheets, slips, towels, dishes, silverware, table linen, napkins, tables, dining chairs, kitchen utensils, ice cream freezers, ice boxes, ice chests, lamps, etc. Rogers & Rogers. 315 St. Louis St. Hotel Francis Bldg. 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 Back, El Paso Fuel Co., has Just received several cars of Pennsylvania Anthra cite coaL ' ' MRS. CARRIE NATION COMING. 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. Texas. A. Barney, general traveling freight agent of the Rio Grande road left for Denver last night. Mrs. Charles N. Geach arrived here last night from Ohio and rejoined her husband, the manager of the Zeiger hotel, i L. B. Wersz, a ladies tailor of wide experience who but recently arrived from New York, where he was engaged in business for 21 years, has opened an establishment in this city. E. L. Meyer, president of the First National. bank of Hutchinson, Kansas, and also connected with the bank of North America of New York is among the guests at the Orndorff hotel. He Is on his way home from Mexico. T. J. Early, a prominent lumber man of St. Jo. Missouri, who has made an extensive trip through Mexico looking into the possibilities of a lumber busi ness in that country, left last night for Los Angeles. K. Posse, who resided here with his family in the 80s. came in last night from Chicago where he now makes his home. He is traveling for the smelt ing and machinery house of Frazer & Chalmers of Chicago. He left this morning over the Mexican Central on a business trip through Mexico. AT THE HOTELS. 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. ' POSITION WANTED By an electrical and mechanical engineer. Under stands ice machines and electric lighting, is an erecting man and ma chinist. -Address S. E. A., Herald. Everybody reads The Herald. Every body will read YOUR advertisement if you put it in the "POPULAR WANTS." Briefs printed just right at the Her ald Office. 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 . . . bxe .. WATtHMAN FOUNTAIN PEN .. According to the Number, Size and Con dition. This is fair dealing and J insures you of having the best WHICH I SELL. f A. H. RICHARDS, THE JEWELER. I No. 103 1 Paso St. Grand Central Block t' Will Want WOCM. BOA.' MW I II TPLi' AWAY YOUR FLAN- I NELS FOR THE SUMMER. T Before you do so, thty should be I washed with WOOL SOAP. We I have the GENUINE, ORIGINAL WOOL SOAP. They don't shrink WHEN WASHED WITH THE WOOL SOAP WE SELL. We have mourning starch expressly for black goods. We Don't Like to Sell .-. CHICAGO ELECTPIC O 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 . K Krakauer, Zork 6t Move. 30C-302 EL PASO ST. I ST. ALL GOODS GUARANTEED. HOWARD & MTHETRIDGF. I UKOCKBB. I PHONE k?7, 210 St. Louis St.. X 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 ORNDORFF: M. Schloss, Chicago; G. R. Edson, Albany; W. E. Moore, Peoria; E. L. Meyer, Hutchinson; Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Forrest. Chicago; Mr. and' Mrs. -A. E. Adams, Chillicothe; John E. O'Keefe, Carthage; E. Schwan hauser, New York; J as. Russ, San An tonio; J. S. Johnson and wife, Kansas; Jos. Pothast, Chihuahua; D. Jones, Mexico City; Mrs. W. J. Miller, Ft. Worth; XHias. E. Valller, A. L. Bearce. Chicago; H. Clarke and wife. St. Paul. O. Payne. Los Angeles; R. A. Bowman and wife, Chicago; C. P. Ayers, Los Angeles; C. D. Hammell, F. F. Bayard and wife. Chicago; A. Cook ,San Fran cisco; J. N. Covert, W. N.'Hole. In diana; E. H. Cook and wife, Los An geles; A. J. Brooks, Kansas City. FRANCIS: Geo. Noble, J. Austin. Chicago: Geo. A. Allen, Los Angeles; H. Brfnckmann. Ed Davis. Michigan City; R. E. Thompson, Denver; J. D. Oberly. St. Louis; W. L. Davis. Ed wards v ill e; Mrs. E. Bergen. Miss Ger trude Bergen. Fishkill; Wm. F. Dale, Mattie Dale; J. M. Cook and wife. Ft. Worth: c. o. Wright and wife. m. m. Kansas City Meats: orado Springs; H. H. Long and wife, Des Moines; J. E. Olds, Ottawa. PLAZA: Felix Nash. L. D. Cox. F. L. Helton, Big Springs: Mrs. Gilstrop. Selma; J. Gonzales, J. Becerra. Lagos; Geo. Lena, G. W. Sullivan and family. Tucson; L. Johnston. Kingston; C- Pe-j tro and wife. Nogales; C. E. Mead. Az tec; C. M. Bryan. Denver; J. W. Jack son. Galveston: L. V. Thompson and wife. Galesburg; E. S. Conway. Mexi co; T. H. Moran. Springfield; A. Bar ing and wife, Marshall; M. J. Daly, Chi cago. HAVE 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 DR. JUMEL HAS GONE BACK TO LOUISIANA. He Didn't Seem to Think That the Quarantine Made Much Difference to His State. Dr. Jumel. quarantine inspector for the Louisiana board of health, who has been In El Paso for four months looking after the Interests of his state in the bubonic plague quarantine against San Francisco, left for his home in New Orleans last night. It is not known here yet whether the state of Louisiana will put on another man here or not. According to the arrangements be tween Dr. Blunt of the Texas depart ment and the officers of the Louisiana health department Dr. Jumel was to take part in the inspection here as a member of the force jointly employed by Texas and Louisiana. He spent four months in El Paso and it is said was at the quar antine station twelve times during the four months. This is another evidence of the ii8eles8ness of the quarantine but in this case it only applies to the Louisiana part of it. The Texas offi cers here have met every train that has come n from the west since the quarantine was put on but it is evident that the Louisiana officer did not think that his state was in danger from the dread disease. Dr. Jumel spent a pleasant time in El Paso. He had a horse and buggy at his disposal, furnished by his state. Dr. Jumel will visit New Orleans for a while and then leave for British Honduras where he will watch the yel low fever situation until the close of the summer. J. H. Nations Meat and Supply Co. City Market. 214 San Antonio Street. Telephone No. 13? WE HANDLE ALL KINDS OF 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, HEALTHFL ICE MADE OF DISTILL ED WATER. The Consumers Ice Company 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. POLICY UNCHANGED. Incorporating Excelsior will in no way affect the policy of the place. The professional as well an IU business management will conUnue 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 hull 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. To Loan. $1,000 to $5,000 on eood se- ' curltv J. D. Campbell, 110S North Stanton street. POPULAR WANTS, 10 cents a line, once: 20 cents a line, three times. Six words to line. If you have brief work to be done see the Herald. Telephone No. 150 for Buttermilk. nuuiK uieter nave jusc purcnasea j Mr. Thompson, a member of the Con- , Z ; . fw 'ttrBeBi "l wmsKy ever j neoticut !egislature. introduced a new- listed in this part of the country. The word the other day in a legislative de goods are the famous Paul Jones, hav-1 bate. It was in a horse f,tory A ing a world wide reputation. The sale , neighbor of Mr. Thompson's went to was made through F. L. Blanchard, buy a fast horse. After having been state agent, and he is elated at securing thown some with past records and this responsible firm to act as general some with possible future records the agent for western Texas, Arizona and man said: "I don't want a has-been New Mexico. jnor a will-be; I want an is--er." 303 N. Oregon St MILLS BUILDING EL PASO, TEXAS t G. A. KASEMAN. Sf""?1, Building Supplies Dealers In Lime, Cement. Plaster and Hair, Mineral Paints and Mortar Colors, Roofing Pitch, Tarred Felt and Sheathing Paper. Successor to O'Brien Co I Co. LOUIS ST., El Paso. Texas. Phone8. T I ! I 1 1 M 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I i II i M. AINSA AND SONS, Whnlpcalp dirrrivc v W I VS I W o ' OVERLAND STREET, EL PASO. ii ii i in 1 1 ii ii iii iii 1 1 iii mi i ii 1 1 ii 1 1 ii i iii ni PaintsOils and Window Glass A full stock W. A. IRVIN & CO., I Wholesale and Retail DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS. I Established 1 88 1. 1 13 El Paso Street. ? HOTEL ORNDORFF- AMERICAN PLAN. $2.50 to $4.00 per day. Special rates by week or month. Facing ehy park. Passenger elevator. Hot and cold water In rooms. Rooms with bath. Rooms single or en suite. Eleg ant dining rooms and the best meals in the city. Large sample room. CHAS. DeGROFF, Prop. New Management! Up-to-date Service J i RL PASO COFFIN and CASKET CO. 111 1 "! Illlllllllllllllll 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 3 rings. 1 11 1 11 11 1 11 11 mi iixii 11111111 imY Everybody reads The Herald. Every body will read YOUR advertisement if you put it in - the "POPULAR WANTS." 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 Ran 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 (No. 115), one In the business office (3 rings) and the other in the editorial rooms (t rings). Say which. Water Color Pictures originals di rect from artist. Low prices, at Blakesley & Freeman. 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 tl.eO 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. Winslow's Soothing Syrup hasf been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wild colic and is the beet remedy for diarrhoea. v Twenty-five cents a bottle. You get something good when buy Pennsylvania Anthracite coal. Paso Fuel Co., telephone 110. you El Pennsylvania coal Is the cheapest try It. El Paso Fuel Co., telephone 110 Friday is ladies' day at the Natator ium Turkish baths. Chiropody, Mass age, and steam cabinet baths at any time. Telephone 443. El Paso Steam Laundry, Then 47.