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PAGE EIGHT. EL PASO DAILY HERALD. FRIDAY. MARCH 15. OttrjiFishOList. New Mackerel . V. ; Very Fine Large Bloaters. Fine Fat Medium Sized Mackerel IN PAILS Twelve Nice Bright Mackerel Ten pounds Extra Fat Fancy HOLLAND HERRING Fine Fett Milkers Smoked Salmon 2mnbi wht Fish. Best Sugar Cured variety. Medium Sized Fish.. Large Sized Fish. . These are very delicious. e get 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 table. In Tins 15c Each. JOHN B. WATSON, GROCER, PROVISION MERCHANT AND TEA DEALER V7vAAAAiUuVLu'VViy'Vtii THE WEATHER V. S. Local Weather Bureau El Paso. Tex., March 14, 1901. Local Time 5:54 a. m. Barometer - .30.32 Thermometer 36 Direction of wind Northeast Velocit yof wind per hour (miles) ..8 Weather i. Clear Rainfall last 24 hours (inches) .. 0 Highest temperature last 24 hours ..62 Lowest temperature last 24 hours ..36 ANNOUNCEMENTS. City Treasurer. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for reelection to the office of City Treasurer subject to the action of the democratic city convention. . C. W. Fassett City Engineer. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for reelection to the office of City Engineer subject to the action of the democratic city convention. George C. Wimberly. Assessor and Collector i hprphv announce mvself as a candi date for reelection to the office of City Assessor and Collector, subject to the action of the ensuing city democratic convention. J. H. tamun. MORPHINE FIEND RUNS AMUCK WITH A RAZOR His Escapade Strikes Terror to Many, and Officers Go After Him With lariats. A fearful tumult was created north of the track this morning by a mor phine fiend, who was running about and brandishing a razor. He chased children and frightened women nearly out of their wits and when the police were called on for as sistance he was at the corner of Wyom ing and Ochoa. When - Dick Blacker and posse, composed of Fireman John Sullivan, arrived he had already dis appeared and they trailed him to the natatorium where, when last seen, the wild eyed lunatic was running south ward. He was lost sight of and the pur suers returned to the police station. Later George Harold and Dick Black er mounted their horses and went out with lariats to round up the lunatic and rope him. Recent experiments fchow ihit all classes of foods may be completely di gested by a preparation called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, which absolutely di gests what you eat. As It is the only combination of all the natural diges tants ever devised the demand for it has become enormous. It hat, never failed to cure -the very worst cases of indigestion and it always gives instant relief. Fred Schaefer. druggist. Try The Herald's Popular Wants. CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR Of all those announced as prospec tive candidates for mayor, here's hopjn' that the best man will win Tin it Yia has a race for it he will find the best Harness and Saddles at the wai as Saddlery company, 214 South Ore- gun street. Have You a ... Waterman Fountain Pen ' I " 11 2J 1 O HQrvionrArl J ing you Satisfaction? If . you from sixty cents to three dollars V for your old I Waterman Fountain Pen According to the Number, Size and g Condition. This is fair dealing and in S sures you of having the best WHICH I $ SELL. I A. H. RICHARDS, I THE JEWELER. No. 103 1 Paso St. Grand Central Block W44444X .25c Each. , 2 for 25c. in pail ' ..1.3a per pail. Mackerel injiail . . .S1.65 per pail. .. .5c Each, per pound. .25c 10c Each. lac Each. them twice a week by express to 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 All Ready Now. THE JEWELERS. I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I AT THE HOTELS. SHELDON: A. M. Cooke. Chicago; H. D. Martin. Indianapolis; G. W. Sha mann. Louisville; W. A. Dunnler. Pitts burg; John J. Valentine. California: H. S. Julien. Miss Julien. New York; Sam O. Smith. Dallas; C. H. Hall, Albuquer que; A. M. Deal, New York; F. G. Kel ley. Blackhawk. Col.; Mrs. A. and J. H. Katlenstock. Denver; Herbert Haas and wife. Chicago: M. H. Gray, Kan sas City; C. W. Potter. Denver; H. P. Owens and wife. Albuquerque; C. M. Williams. Colorado Springs: George E. Burleson. Denver; Leonard Haynes, Mexico; R. E. Blake. Mexico: F. S. Lusk and wife. Wyoming: S. L. Pearce, Cochise; J. D. Jones and wife. Denver; E. Emerson, T. C. Brockman. Chihua hua. FRANCIS: C. A. Webster. Dallas: G. W. Webb. Springfield: V. C. Rocho. Roswell. S. S. Hopper, Harry Ferman de. Alamogordo: W. H. McHale. W. Richling. St. Louis; D. B. Cook. El Reno. Ohla; E. E. Oldaker. Iowa City: W. C. Thomas, Richland. Wis.: W. H. Bones. Athens. Tex.: C. W. Connor, Galveston: S. D. Johnson. Dallas: C. M. Studard, Hartford. Conn.; Dennis Mc Donald. Maggie McDonald. St. Louis; Geo. R. Duncan. M. D.. Fall Branch. Tenn; M. E. Wooster. San Francisco: O. G. Jones. Burlington. N. C. PRINTING INKS. The Herald office has just received a shipment of printing inks from the celebrated Ault & Wiborg company of Cincinnati: this office having secured the agency for El Paso and vicinity. We have in stock: Per lb. Card and wood cut black $2.00 Eureka fine job black 2.00 Fine blue black 2.00 Fine bronze blue 2.00 Fine golden red 2.00 Fine medium green 2.00 Special bond black 1.00 Special label red 1.00 Egyptian book black 40 HERALD NEWS COMPANY. MILLS BUILDING. BIRDS AND WILD ANIMALS. Parrots, German Canaries, Gold Fish and Mexican Song Birds. We import our seeds direct and guarantee them fresh. Sunflower seed for par rots. Bird and dog medicine. Furs and fur rugs. Horned toads alive and mounted. THE ZOO, 610 San Antonio St. w va V- i 4 ic r rrii vnn hv RRIVfi IT TO MR 1 will exchange it for a new one, allowing X &t r4-eW AAAAAftVW ffiriii though the room was almost furnished already. Get our estimates on your work: our prices are right and work guaranteed. We can compete with anyone who pay their bills. Tuttle Paint and Glass Co. TELEPHONE. 206. B31 Paso. Texas. I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I " I '" Our New stock of Chafin Dishes, Forks, Spoons, Etc.. have arrived. The Finest line ever shown in El Paso, and at the lowest Prices. Ill SAN ANTONIO STREET. T I I I I I I I I I I 1 I i I I I I I I I I Well Known Attorney VENTURES UPON THE STREET IN SCANTY ATTIRE IN QUEST OF A BURGLAR. He Found the Man He Was After, and With Uncommon Skill Guided Him Into a Safe and Quiet Harbor. P. H. Clark, the attorney, had quite an exciting adventure last night with a thief and would-be burglar at his residence 415 Myrtle avenue. A com plaint against one Florentino Hernan dez was filed by Mr. Clark at the police station and the reporter called on the attorney at his office for the details. The following is the story as narrated by Mr. Clark: "For two or three days my wife and I noticed some one had been excavat ing a tunnel from the alley in the rear of our house into an outhouse adjoin ing the fence and abutting on the al ley. We also observed that the person had taken the precaution to fill up the excavation from the outside in the al ley but the bole remained on the in side in the outhouse. "The purpose of the act was evident. There were two large trunks in this outhouse and it was the contents of these the excavator was after. He no doubt thought they contained articles of intrinsic value when as a matter of fact they were only filled with the toys and keepsakes of our three dead children. "Under this condition of things we were naturally on the lookout for the perpetrator and this morning at day break Mrs. Clark saw a man passing out of the yard in front of the house She awakened me and I rushed out of the house attired only in a 50 cent night shirt and a $5 pistol. The man moved rapidly towards Magoffin ave nue and I followed as quick as I could in the same direction. "Suddenly he disappeared. I looked all around and finally located him in hiding behind Dr. Samaniego's house in the alley. I hotfooted after him and overtook him on Texas street. I brought him to a standstill in a man ner that he perfectly understood. He at once informed me that he was '"tonto". or insane, and I proceeded to treat him for that form of insanity. The process is not commended in the law books but its efficacy would be the envy of all the local neurologists. "I found that my prisoner was much more comfortably clad than I was. he being wranrwd in two blankets. They had a kind of familiar appearance and I suspected the property to be mine, so I gave him the alternative of replacing the blankets in the exact spot where he eot them or die. "He diil not stand upon the order of his going but went at once. T stimu lating his energy in the meantime with n view to keep him from reflecting upon the consequences of showing guilty knowledge. Tie kept ahead of m until we arrived at the house and without any dictation on my part he replaced the blankets on the wash line in the back yard which is enclosed with a nine foot fence. I presume that he effected his entrance into the yard from the front of the house. "He afterwards Informed me that he was drunk and volunteered the infor mation that he did not then remember that he had ever been in that yard. I set him down in front of the house and warned him not to move if he didn't want to get hurt. I then went into the house but watched him through the window. He sat there quietly for a while and then seeing no one in sight he prepared like the Arabs to fold his Tuttle Paint & Glass Co. FOR BEAUTY of design, harmony of col or and artistic effect, our Wall Papers are not surpassed by any. Let us decorate your walls and ceilings and you will find that it looks as 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 Sanitarium Foods. We have just got in an invoice of jjcods frcm the Battle Creek santanum Health Food Co J Also a shipment of WELCH BROS. Pure Maple Syrup, j; HOWARD & MTIIETRIDGF, jj FANCY KO0ERS PHONG bw. 2io St. Louis St.. 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J. H. 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. ten and silently steal away. He did not get farther than the end of the fence, however. He satisfied me that he was not too drunk to escape. I es corted him down to the police station where I filed a complaint. He gave his name as Florentino Hernandez and seemed perfectly familiar with the in- . side of the Jail. The police tell me that he is an old offender. HEALTH FL ICE MADE OF DISTILL ED WATER. j 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 j ery detail with the view of making pure ice. is being put in now. J Particular attention will be given to me prompt aenvery 01 iamuy oraers. 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. REPORT OF DIAZ-S CONDITION FROM CONSUL MALLEN. The Consul Says the President is in Good Condition, and Will go to the Capital Tomorrow. A report of the condition of Diaz reached El Paso today direct from Con sul Francisco Mallen. formerly station ed in this city. Consul Mallen tele graphed Senor M. Velarde, charge d' affaires of the Mexican consulate here during Senor Mallen's absence, saying that President Diaz is in perfect phys ical heatlh and will return tomorrow (Saturday) to Mexico City from Cuer navaca. NOTICE. Partner wanted with capital to take interest in a wholesale grocery busi ness. Address P. O. Box 390. The wife and baby of A. 13. Forres, chief operator in the G. H. dispatcher's office, came in today from their for mer home in New Orleans to join Mr. Forres in their new home in El Paso. POPULAR WANTS, 10 cents a line, once; 20 cents a line, three times. Six words to line. KA8T LAS VEUAS, K. M BROWNE & M4NZANARES CO. EL PASO, TEXAS. Wholesale Grocers. WOOL, HIDES AND PELTS. IB- Z3ST -W-A.G-OJSTS Teleohonti 213. - Cor. Fifth and LI Paso streets CORK INSULATION. Cork, when used in granulated form, is the best non-conductor of heat known to science. This is clearly shown in the following table of scientific tests made by different materials commonly used for insulating purposes. These figures given are the number of heat units transmitted per square foot per hour through even thickness of materials. This table is taken from a table of tests made by John M. Ordway, professor of chemistry in the Tu lane University of Louisiana. Granulated Cork 45. Hair Felt ; "G. Solid Cork 49. Asbestos 56. Mineral Wool 50. . Charcoal 58. You will note by the above that Dead Air and Granulated Cork transmit a less number of units than any of the others. It also shows that Granulated Cork is better than solid cork, as it provides dead air-cells, preventing the air from circulating in the walls. . Cork will not.-absorb heat or cold, and as is well known, it will not pbsorb moisture. Our Refrigerators are Cork Lined. Krakauer, 300302 El Paso Street. HAVB -YOU A EMI HARNESS AND ACCESSORIES. We also han dle FIRE ARMS AND AMMUNITION. SHELTON-PAYNE AgMS JY111JL.JS 305 H- Oreoon St G. A. -KASEMAN. Successor to O'Brien Coal Co. ST. LOUIS ST., El Paso. Texas. Phones. Dealer3 in Lime, Cement, Plaster and Hair, Mineral Paints and Mortar Colors, Roofing Pitch. Tarred Felt and Sheathing Paper. I I I I I I I 1 1 I III I I I I I I I I I I I I I M. AINSA Wholesale OVERLAND STREET. I I I I I I II I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I H Paints, Oils and A full W. A. IRVIN & CO., Wholesale and Retail DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS. Established 1 88 1. 1 13 El Paso Street. UOTIBJ-. ORNDORFF- AMERICAN PLAN. $2.50 to 14.00 per day. Special rates by week or month. Facing ciy park. Passenger elevator. Hot and cold water in rooms. Rooms with bath. Rooms 6ingle or en suite. Eleg ant dining rooms and the best meals in the city. Large sample room. CHAS. DeGROFF, Prop 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J EL PASO COFFIN X Embalmers and Funeral Directors. Chapel and Parlors at 408 El Paso Street. Lady assistant. Night calls promptly an swered. 'Phone 71 3 rings. II i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 DIED. J. Burling Hopper, a resident of El Paso for three years: son of Judge John Hopper, deceased, of Paterson, N. J., died at his home 1013 West Flor ence street. Thursday the 14th inst. Mr. Hopper had a world wide exper ience as a sailor and ship officer and had been connected with railroad con Istruction and operation in Panama, Mexico. West Virginia, and New York i and Chicago elevated railways. He !was thorough by habit in all his under takings, self contained, modest and re , served, but genial and a delightful . friend and c-onipanion. The remains : will be returned to Paterson. nolle, the 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Gelver, died this morning and was buried in the Ever green Catholic cemetery after funeral services at the family residence. The members of the Myrtle Street Methodist Episcopal church will give a social under the auspices of the Indies' Aid society at the parsonage Friday evening. March 15. An interesting program and refreshments. Everybody ! invited. Admission 25 cents. Dr. J. C. Rechy cures all diseases of (he lungs, and especially pneumonia, bronchitis and pulmonary tuberculosis in the first degree. 518 South Stanton street. See New Century Wall Paper at El Paso Wall Paper company. Telephone 585. C8TABU8HKD 1888 INCORPORATED IOCS Zork & Moye, If so we can furnish you with SADDLES, BU1LDINO EL PASO, TEXAS Coal and Wood Hay and Grain Building Supplies I I I 1 1 I I I I I I II I I II 1 1 I I I I 1 I AND SONS, Grocers. EL PASO. I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I II I I Window Glass stock g 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 AND CASKET CO. EMERSON & BERRIEX, Props. ! Ixi 1 1 1 II M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n OPENING DISPLAY. Spring Millinery, Pattern Hats, Nov elties, etc., March 14th and balance of week. Elegant Souvenirs to every cus tomer during the opening. POSENER'S CUT RATE MILLINERY, No. 3 Plaza Block. Social at Baptist church Friday even ing, March 15. An interesting program. Refreshments served from 4:30 p. m. All invited. Mexican money bought and sold. We pay the highest and sell at the low est rates. Silberberg Bros., the Money Brokers, 102 San Antonio street, next to First National Bank. Like bad dollars, all counterfeits of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve are worth less. The original quickly cures piles, sores, and all skin diseases. Fred Schaefer, druggist. Railway tickets bought, sold and ex changed. Cut rates to all points. Members of American Ticket Brokers association. Silberberg Bros., the Ticket Brokers. 102 San Antonio street, next to First National Bank. Water Color Pictures originals di- f rect from artist. Low price.-5, at j" t Blakesley & .Freeman. Mrs. J. H. Comstock, the florist, has cut flowers, potted plants, and floral decorations. 'Phone 493.