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EL PASO DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY. MARCH 14, 1901.
PAGE TEN. ' PROFESSIONAL. cm00-C0-04- C4rr M0M0M0-04-0fr0C-M-4-fr ' 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 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! i m i POP The El Paso Daily Herald guarantees a circulation ABOVE 2.250 every day in the year. The El Paso Daily Herald guarantees a circulation nearly if not quite DOUBLE that of the Times. The El Paso Daily Herald will show absolute PROOF of these assertions to any inter ested parly. RATES Advertisements will be printed un der the proper clas sification in the POPULAR WANTS Column at the fol lowing rates: (Abreviatioris and figures count as words) 15 Words or Less 1 Time. 25 Cents 5 cents extra if advertise ment is over 1 5 and un der 20 wordt. 15 Words or Less 3 Times, 50 Cents 10 cents extra if adver tisement is over 1 5 and under 20 words. 15 Words or Less 6 Times. $1,00 20 cents extra if adver tisement is over 1 5 and under 20 words. This business is STRICTLY CASH. Advertisements left at this office are payable in ADVANCE of publication. Advertisements will be re ceived by TELEPHONE (115 2 rings) in which case the bill Is payable ON PRESEN TATION. It is better to WRITE OUT your notice and send it to the effice with , the money. In order to be placed in the proper classification, adver tisements must be in the of fice before 1 p. m. Adver tisements will, however, be received up to 3:30 p. m., subject to being placed on another page. If the replies are to be left at The Herald ofTice, we cannot undertake to deliver them They can be had by calling at the office and giving the check number that appears in the advertisement. It is better to give your address in the advertisement. Try it once and -you will need no further proof of the unequaled valueof The Herald as a Popular Want Me-diurrj ERALD'S I AR HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED Good cook for hotel. Ap ply 108 San Antonio street. WANTED An experienced powder- man and quarryman, must talk Span ish: none others need apply. A Courchesne. WANTED Men to learn barber trade, taught thoroughly in eight weeks by lectures, instructions and practical experience. We present outfit of tools, allow Saturday wages and guarantee $12 to $15 weekly when competent; busy season now, bis de mand for graduates. We have placed over 800 on palace trains, hospitals hotels, country and city shops as well as locating many in their own shops, new field open. No better trade in existence. Write today for special spring offer and catalogue. Moler Barber College, St. Louis, Mo. HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTED Xurse vard street. girl at 500 Boule- WANTED Lady to branches and music. teat-h Knglish Address W. W. Cox, Organ N. M. J. . WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED At once a long haired Chi huahua dog to buy or to breed. In quire 414 South Stanton street. .............. ....... . - - BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR SALE 2,000 shares New Mexican Lead company stocks at 25 cents. Address, W. L.. Herald office. FOR SALE Small stock of merchan dise new. Address, P. O. Box 340. FOR SALE On account of sickness A first class bakery in a railroad town no competition. Trade is all swell. Good business, well fitted up, no encumbrance. $600 cash. Ad dress Bakery, Herald off.ee. FOR SALE Drug store at Hillsboro. New Mexico. Stock small but new and complete. Good opening for physician. Address, C. C. Miller, Hillsboro, N. M. ::mk:::::":-x::" FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT An elegantly furnished front room. Nice location. Address "D. J.," Herald office. THE ROOSEVELT HOUSE Mrs. J. F. Crews, proprietress. Newly furnish ed rooms, single or en suite, or for light housekeeping. Hot and cold baths. 506 Texas street. FOR RENT Three rooms. New house. 500 Hill street. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms. No invalids taken. 1131 Wyoming street. ELEGANT FURNISHED ROOMS at Dr. Lindsay's former residence. Ap ply at 219 North El Paso street or Bxcelsior. FOR SALE MACHINERY. 1 So Horse power boiler; in good condition. 1 100 Horse power boiler in A. No. 1 condition. 1 5 Ton "Consolidated" ice ma chine. 1 ioo Ton Incandescent Lamp Dy namo "Brush." El Pso Ice & Refrigerator Co. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Eggs for setting Buff Cochin. Light Bramas and Bared Plymouth Rock. $1.50. Wh. Ran dall. Natatorlum. FOR SALE LIVE STOCK FOR SALE Fifteen fine dairy cows. Apply to A. Courchesne. xx-x::-xx:M"::m' TO EXCHANGE TO EXCHANGE A handsome r.ecklac-e worth $:I00. Would for city lot in good location. Box 72:;. FOR SALE. pearl trade P. O. 4 lots on Wyoming, $1,200. easy crms 14 lots on Texas street. $700. 3 lots on Boulevard. $HO0. easy terms. 24 lots: 3 houses on Missouri. $3,150. 5 room brick. $2.5f0, one-third cash. 5 room brick. $1,800. easy terms. $6,500 business offer, close in. 32 room rooming house. A snap. 17 room rooming house, close in. 3 lots on Texas street. $1,250. Call and see our list of not advertised houses and lots of all kinds. R. L. MUNSON. LAW AND REAL ES TATE. ROOM 1. 21H SAN AN TONIO STREET. See El Paso Wall Paper company for painting. No. 103 Myrtle avenue. Tel ephone 585. EI Paso Steam Laundry, 'Phon,e 47. WANTSl JOHN A. HAPPER. REAL ESTATE, MILLS BUILDING. TOR SALE One of the best paying hotel businesses In El Paso. Situated in heart of business center oi city. Good reason for selling. FOR SALE Two story house on Texas street, between Campbell and( Stan ton streets. Price, $6,000. FOR SaiE One 5-room house with ball and arge uath room, on corner lot 60x80. Rents for $22.50 per mo. This bargain for ii.oO. Easy terms. FOR SALE New house 6 rooms and bath, N. Stanton street, on two lots. FOR SALE One 8 room and bath new house, N. Stanton, close in. Every modern convenience. Fu SALE Four room brick house ' on Missouri street. Pi ice. $1,600. FOR SALE 5 room brick residence on N. Oregon St.. south of Boulevard. Easx front. Price $2,500. cash and balance 1. 2, ard 3 years, at 8 per cent. FOR SALE 2 brick houses renting for $30 per month. On Third st. next to cor St.Vrain. Price $2,000, cash and balance 1, 2 and 3 years at 8 per cent. FOR SALE A 5-room house with bath residence on N. Stanton, close in. Very desirable location. FOR SALE One six room new resi dence with bath North Kansas St. near Montana. 1 rice $3,500. FOR SALE One six room residence with bath new. on North Florence street, near Boulevard. Price $3,500. FOR SALE A five room brick house cor Hills and Third sts. for $1.8C0. Easy terms. FOR SALE A fine six room house bath and hall on Myrtle street. Very desirable. FOR SALE Two new brick residences now in course of construction on MaEroffin avenue. 6 rooms and bath. FOR SALE 1 5-roora and batn brick house, nearly new; price $1,750. and 2 3-room and bath brick houses $1 500 each, on easy terms. FOR SALE 1 lots on N. Florence for S375. These are a bargain. FOR SALE.-72 feet corner Kansas and First streets. Price. $7,200. FOR SALE Eight lots on Texas street for $2,800. FOR SALE 2 east front lots on Vlr ginia st. between Franklin and Mis souri streets. $300 each. FOR SALE Six lots facing southeast cor. Camnbeil and Rio Grande sts. FOR SALE 2 east front building lots on North Oregon and Boulevard. FOR SALE I Southeast corner lots N. El Paso and Rio Grande streets. FOR SALE Five building lots on Camnbeil street, between Montana and Rio Grande. FOR SALE 35x120 feet on Oregon St., near Second, for $90 per foot. FOR SALE Four large pieces of property- on Sonth Stanton street. FOR SALE 52 feet corner Stanton and Second streets. Price $9,500. FOR SALE 52x120 feet corner Stan ton and First stretes. Price $10,400. FOR SALE A fine large corner prop erty on Texas street, 104 by 120 ft. FOR SALE A fine piece of business property on Oregon street near Overland. Price $10,500. FOR SALE 20x120 feet on South Stanton street, between Overland and First. HORACE P.. STEVENS. REAL ES TATE AND INSURANCE. SIX ROOM BRICK house. 130 ft on Boulevard, 104 on Stanton, S. E. cor. Very desirable. NINETEEN ROOM BRICK ADOBE 40 feet fronting on Santa Fe street, near Overland. $4,500. NINE ROOM BKaCK bouse. 2 lots.on N.Santa Fe.east front, desirable lo cation. TWO LOTS corner Second and Virgin ia streets. $700. TWO LOTS corner Second and Kan sas streets. FOUR LOTS on Arizona street south front $300 each. THmiK LOTS coiner Ochoa and Wy oming streets very desirable, $1,350. FIVE LOTS corner Wyoming and Ange streets. 8 LOTS in Magofflns addition, $500, lib eral terms. 4 LOTS on Boulevard north of Martin ez residence, excelent view. SOUTHEAST CORNER. 5 lots oppo site A. Krakauer's new residence on Mesa ave, suitable for large resi dence. CORNER Octavia and Myrtle sts.. 2 lots north side of Myrtle, $1,000. 47A FEET FRONT bq 134 deep on El Paso street, near Third. 60X120 ON W. OVERLAND St.. close in $M per front foot. 25 FEET corner Fourth and El Paso streets. $1,500. FOR SALE Property improved and unimproved, in all parts of the city. If you want to sell list with me, I will advertise your property without cost to you. 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. Read the records of 1849. NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS Thorough competent dentists; all the latest appliances for up-to-date dentistry. Rooms 10 and 11 Plaza block, head of El Paso street. Open evenings and Sunday 4 noons. ORELLA LOCKE. OSTEOPATH. Graduate of the American School of Osteopathy, at Kirksvllle. Missouri. GENERAL DISEASES. Office room 7, 504 Mesa Ave. Wielipan & CottiDfliam OFFICE IN WELLS-FA RGO EX PRESS OFFICE. FOR RENT. New four roo;n house, hot and cold water, Prospect avenue, rent $20. FOR SALE. Eight room brick house, north side, price 2,750. Five room brick house, 'i cash, price $1,500. Three lots on North EI Paso street easy terms, price, $1,000. Two lots on Upson avenue, price, $700 Two lots on Prospect avenu, cash price. $o00. Two and one half lots on Arizona street, a bargain, price, $650. 70x-121 feet on Coto street, a bargain price. $650. Two lots on North Oregon street, price, $650. One lot on South Kansas street, rent, $18 per month, price. $6,0 Two and one half lots on Mesa avenue price. $338. Five lots corner Boulevard and St. Vrain street, price. $2,250, ."0x78 feet on Boulevard, near El Paso street, price, $1,125. 130 feet on San Antonio street, rent? income $100 per month, price $15,000 Business block, rental income, $)00 per month, price. $S0.0C0 Eight room brick house on North El Paso street. lot 40x120 feet, price, $3,000. El Paso is going to be a great city and Oregon street will lie its prin cipai thoroughfare. We have for sal on this street: Twenty-five feet fronting on Third street. $1,500 per foot. Seventy feet between Second and Third for $10,000. Thirty-five feet between Second and fhird for $125 per foot NOW IS THE TIME to invest on Ore gon street. We have several pieces close in that will advance 50 per cen inside of thirty days. WE HAVE Other e .idence. and beau tiful lots in all parts of the city. Al so business property close in that will increase 50 per cent., in twelve months. It will be to your interest to see us before you purchase. A M. LOOMIS & CO.. REAL ESTaTE AND INSURANCE. RENTS COLLECTED. FOR SALE Five room brick dwelling on Myrtle avenue, three blocks out. owner insists on seining. FOR SALE Lot and a half on North El Paso street, east front, beautiful binding site will be sold cheap. FOR SALE On Myrtle avenue, close in, a bargain. H. R. WOOD. REAL ESTATE. INSU RANCE AND RENTS, PLAZA BLOCK. FOR SALE Prospective business property at surprisingly low prices. FOR SALE Building lots and resi dences in every portion of the city at reasonable prices and satisfactory terms. FOR SALE Five lots corner Montana and Ochoa streets. FOR SALE Five lots corner Ochoa and Rio Grande streets. FOR SALE 56 2-3 by 120 feet on Ore- eon street. Close in. FOR SALE Four lots, corner Texas and Noble streets. On El Paso and Northeastern switch. FOR SALE Twenty-one lots on Stan ton street, between Fifth and Seventh streets. FOR SALE Five rcom residence on Myrtle avenu. Two lots price $2,':00. Rents $25 per month. FOR SALE 50 feet in block 137 Stan ton street. 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. 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. EI Paso Ice and Refrigerator Co. Persons who can not take ordinary pills find it a pleasure to take DeWitfs Little Early Risers. They are the best little liver pills ever made. Fred Schaefer, druggist. HOTEL SHELDON. American plan $3.00 to $5.00 per day. European plan $1.00 to $2.?) per day. 42 rooms, bath and closet connections. Electric Light, steam heat, hot and cold water in every room. J. W. Fisher. Highest amounts loaned on dia monds, watches, and jewelry. Lowest note of interest. Unredeemed pledges at bargains. We buy old gold, Silberberg Bros., the Pawn Brokers. 102 San Antonio street, next to First National Bank. FOOD CHANGED TO POISON. Putrefying food in the Intensitines produces ettects like those of arsenic, but Dr King's New Life Pills expel the poisons from clogged bowels, gently, easily, but surely, curing Constipation. Billiousness. Sick Headache. Fevers, all Liver, Kidney and bowel troubles. Only 25 cents, at W. A. Irvln & Co's. There is always danger in using counterfeits of DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve. The original is safe and e'er-; tain cure for piles. It is a toothing and healing salve for sores and all skin diseases. Fred Schaefer, druggist. 169c Those Beautiful Originally Sold A e expect a gross of New Style, in Colored Leather, by next week and will sell these in stock AT COST in order to make room for display Silk Bull Fight Handkerchiefs, 25c each BEACH. A KIN CURIO CO. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 n f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Neighborhood Notes. i-t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I I I I I I H TEXAS. NEW INCORPORATIONS. The following are new incorporations in Tex. s: Barry Grocery company, of Clarks ville. Red River county; capital stock, $100,000. Incorporated by J. D. Barry, J. E. Barry, D. W. Cheatham. D. D. Strong. Clarence Hocker, John M. Butcher and S. C. Stiles. The Clarksville Lumber company, of Clarksville; capital stock. $20,000. In corporators. J. B. Lassiter. V. T. Trigg, C. Hoc ker. R. G. Scott and J. R. Cook. Letulle Mercantile company, of Bay City. Matagorda county; capital stock $25,000. Incorporated by V. L. Letulle. H. Rngeley and O. I. Doulok. Western Texas Oil company, with principal office at San Antonio, and place of business in Jefferson county; capital stock. $25,000. Purpose to prospect for oil. build, and operate pipe lines, etc. Incorporated by W. A. Fitch. John Boltons. W. A. Shatter. W. J. Murray. G. S. Beard and William Aubrey. Waro-Beaumont Oil company. of Waco; capital stock. $50,000. Purpose to prospect for oil, coal. etc.. in the Beaumont district. Incorporated by L. W. Campbell. William Breustedt. G. H Handle. A. Symes. H. Behrens. T. C. Young of Waco. S. F. Smith of Mc Gregor. R. T. Harris of Greenville. The Pittsburg Textile Manufacturing company, of Pittsburg. Camp county; capital stock. $20,000. Purpose to man ufacture cotton and woolen fabrics. In corporated by J. M. Holman. W. C. Hargrove. D. H. Abermathy and oth ers. Celeste Cotton Mills, of Celeste, Tex.; capital stock. $60,000. Purpose to man ufacture cotton fabrics. Incorporated by J. A. Smith. J. T. Harrell. E. F. Adams. H. E. Jones and J. E. Chiles. Timberman's Benevolent association. of Port Arthur: no capital stock. Incor porated by William H. Heiidrickson, Edward H. Noble and George W. Wil son. Clay street Christian church, of Wa co. Incorporated by Chas. H. Thomas. Ed Jones and W. F. Thomas. AWFUL ACCIDENTS. Adolph Senftenberg. a prominent itizen of Halletsville. was instantly killed by the accidental discharge of his revolver from which he was trying to extract a cartridge. The bullet, a 45 caliber, passed entirely through his head from the forehead to the center of the back of the head. At Athens the children of James Bradshaw were playing "jail" with oth er children when his little girl found a pistol in the house and drawing it on her little brother pulled the trig ger. The pistol was discharged and blew out the little fellow's brains, kill- ng him instantly. Two little boys named Holland of near Gainesville, lighted a can of pow der to scare some dogs. They remain ed near the can and when it exploded. both lost their eyes while an arm was torn from one and a leg from the oth er. John Balfour was knocked off the Katy track by a train at Hillsboro. His skull was fractured and one leg brok en. He was not expected to survive. Iester Norwood, a young man of Garfield, near Austin, was playing with a revolver when it was accident ally discharged and killed him instant ly. Grover Burris, a Sutherland Springs lad. was accidentally shot and prob ably fatally wounded by a' playmate. Ben Ixtt. a young farmer of near Lewisville. fell from a house he was helping to build and was instantly killed. The .4-year-old daughter of Lee Cov ington near McKinney, was burned to death by her clothing catching fire. THIRTY-TWO CONVICTS ESCAPE. Thirty-two state convicts escaped from the state camp on the river about ten miles from Marlin. Egress was made through the floor of the building by cutting a hole therein about eigh teen inches square and they went out one at a time until thirty-two out of total of eighty-six had escaped when the guard on duty discovered that they ere missing. It is supposed that they consnmed an hour or more in leaving one by one and as they left they seat- ered in all directions. It was about 0 p. m. when the guard discovered heir escape and gave the alarm. At iist report, none had been captured. hough bloodhounds were put on their ick immediately. Terms of those ho escaped range from two to twenty ears. MARTYR TO HIS FAITH. A street preacher, who has been go ng to Ennis for months and presidi ng from his buggy in the streets, has iecn arrested and locked up on two barges. He used a long tin horn to ttract attention and the city council leclared him a nuisance and ordered im to quit. He refused to do so and s charged with violating a city ordi- ance. Before he was locked up he ad a fight with a man who objected o his preaching on the ground the aid man had leased and the man had e preacher also charged with assault. He was locked up in the calalioose and there he continued his preaching and nging to a large audience which gath ered around the building. He claims to be a missionary Baptist evangelist. Cut Out Carved Belts at $i.oo. $1.25 and $1.50, CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n it m m , , ,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 f i-fr - M M I I I j jj: NEW SKIN GAME. Angelo Zuchelli, an Italian merch ant of San Antonio, was robbed of $600 by two men from his native country. They called at his store and offered to buy him out. While he studied over the matter they wanted him to keep their money in his trunk and deposited with him a bundle of green goods which they claimed to be $2000. He put it in his trunk and they said they ought to be allowed to carry the key. He gave it to them and once when they called to make a draw on their fake wealth they captured his $600 that was in his trunk and disappeared. The description o? the men answers that of two Italians, who for a long time worked their fellow countrymen in St Louis by different schemes. WANTED TO KILL HER. A dispatch from Mattoon. 111., says that James H. Keeton. a young Texan, is in jail in that city charged with at tempting to kill a young lady. Keeton loved the girl but she didn"t love him He asked her several times to marry him and she would not. He then got a revolver and shot at her. His shots went wild and after a struggle he was disarmed by friends of the girl and taken to jail. It is believed that he is demented. FOR NEEDY FARMERS. A letter from Judge Nestor Morrow, of the legislative relief committee: states that the governor will send $1000 to Hon. J. R. Wooten. of Columbus, to purchase cotton seed for the needy farmers of Colorado county. To Rep resentative Morrow, of Kaufman, is due the credit for tMs favor. NEW MEXICO. CAPTURED A BAD TRIO. Sheriff Romero has returned from Trinidad, Colo., to Las Vegas with Ro man. Rumaldo and Francisco Varela charged with the murder of Florentino Gonzales, which occurred about a year ago. The Varela brothers were recent ly in the territorial penitentiary serv ing short sentences for minor offenses and another inmate of the penitentiary overheard them talking about killing Gonzales. Then they admitted to him that they had done the deed. Three weeks ago this other convict, having regained his liberty, told the sheriff about the confession. The officer at once commenced to look for the broth ers, whose terms had expired and they were gone. He found them in Trini dad and they will be given a hearing tomorrow. The murder of Gonzales was a brutal, cold blooded one. he be ing riddled with bullets in his own house without any known cause. HAS A CARRIAGE FACTORY. Las Vegas now has a carriage fac tory and feels boastful about it. N. Kastler, of Chicago, is the proprietor. He came from a wagonmaker family, his grandfather, father and brother all being wagon and carriage makers. Prior to coming to Las Vegas he con ducted a carriage factory in Chicago seven years. The Las Vegas factory can make anything on wheels from a long wagon to the finest rubber tired carriage. ARIZONA. DANGEROUS BEDFELLOW. Three Arizona miners had an awful experience while camping out in the Cananea mountains. One cool night when they had all huddled up to gether to get warm one of them awoke about midnight and discovered a huge rattlesnake in the bed with them. He quietly awake the man next to him and he awoke the next one. The snake was between the first two and the oth er man slippd out of bed and hurried to a ranch half a mile away to get a pitchfork. The two men between whom the snake was lying, remained as still as possible. The snake worked its way up nearly to their races and they lay almost paralyzed with fear and dared not move. The man return ed with the pitchfork and with it fold ed the quilt around the snake so that the two men could get out without the snake striking at them. Then the in truder was. killed with the pitchfork. FARES SUMPTUOUSLY. Dr. Hernandez, the Spanish physician who cut such a swell in Tucson and finally landed in jail charged with em bezzlement, is having a fairly good time in the bastile. While the other prisoners must ie content wiin piain fare he has all the good things to eat that a free man could wish. He has many admirers who send him good things -to eat and large bouquets of beautiful flowers. He has rigged up a stove in his cell and cooks his own vic tuals. Some of his admirers keep him furnished with flour, canned fruits, tea. coffee, chocolate, etc.. and he is living high r.nd easy. BOUGHT BIG BUG ORE. A man named Johnson has purchas ed the ore that had been stored in the old Arizona smelter bins near Prescott for some time. The purchase amounts to several car loads. John son will ship it to Silver City. N. M.. to be treated in the smelter at that idace. The ore came from several dif ferent mines in the Big Bug district. Johnson may buy more of the ore from that district for the purpose of ship ping it to Silver City for treatment.