EL PASO DAILY HERALD. MONDAY. MARCH 18. 1901.
KAST LAS TBUA8. W. M.
Our Fish List.
Very Fine Large Bloater 2oc Each.
Fine Fat Medium Sized Mackerel 2 for 25c.
..$1.35 per pail.
..$1.65 per pail.
Twelve Nice Bright Mackerel in pail
Ten pounds Extra Fat Fancy Mackerel In pail
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.
Gnuine George's Back. Extra thick, pure white, no bones.
Two pounds in Mat 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 Co.
of design, harmony of col
or and artistic effect, our
are not surpassed by any.
Let us decorate your
walls and ceilings and you
will find that it looks as
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.
B31 Paso. Texas.
S. Local Weather Bureau.
El Paso. Texas. March 18. 1901.
Local Time 5:54 a. m.
Direction of wind Northwest
Velocity of wind. per hour (miles) -.15
Rainfall last 24 hours (inches) -. . . 0
Highest temperature last 24 hours . .76
lowest temperature last 24 hours.. 42
ANNOUNCEMENTS. ; . ;
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.
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. Wlmberly.
Assessor and Collector.
I hereby announce myself 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. Smith.
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I All Ready Now.
Our New stock of Chafi n
Dishes, Forks, Spoons,
Etc.. have arrived. The
finest line ever shown
in El Paso, and at the
THE JEWELERS. HI SAN ANTONIO STREET.
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AT THE HOTELS.
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.
SHELDON: J. A. Tefft. Waukesha:
Harry Harvey and wife. New Orleans;
W. S. Wynn. Indianapolis: M. G. Chap
man arid wife. Aurora: F. A. Smith.
Chicago: H. E. Kelley, Alamosa: Clar
ence E. Gilsoc. Cinti: Geo. S. Verder.
Cinti; Mrs. Gilmore. Las Cruces; Fran
cis Schlenness and wife, Baltimore: H.
B. Lymberger and wife. Kirs. Elliott
and daughter. Dallas: L. O. Harnacker,
Mexico City; Wm. G. Stevens. S. L.
Pearce, Chihuahua; Edw. Hidden. St.
Louis; L. C. Malone, Hanover; P. Fitz
gerald, Cripple Creek; S. J. Service.
Deroit: C. F. Peckham. New York:
M. J. Heller. San Francisco; C. W.
I Wood. Denver; J. M. Shawhan, Alaska
j E. Devereaux. Buffalo; Jno. Funney an
mnna Avn wiT-r ANIMALS. iwife: Philadelphia: R. C. Morgan. Bis-
Parrots, German Canaries, Gold bee: T. G. Smith and wife. SafTord; F.
Fisa and Mexican Song Birds. We' J. Ottman. Chicago: Bishop. Mrs. and
Import our seeds direct and -guarantee Miss Jagger. Cinti: F. D. Faft. St.
them fresh. Sunflower seed for par- Louis; G. A. Richardson. Roswell;
rots. Bird and dog medicine. Furs J Bert Winks and wife. Minneapolis;
and fur rues. Horned toads alive and Jr. a. Bereen. New Jersey; R. Gibson.
f. THE ZOO. 610 San Antonio St.
Friday is ladies' day at the Natator
lum Turkish baths. Chiropody, Mass
age, and steam camnet Dams at any
time. Telephone 443.
New York: J. E. and Miss Harty. Sa
vannah; O. C. Mattes, Denver; E. B.
Learner. Kansas City; E. J. Keller;
Denver: Mr. and Mrs. M. Weil. St.
Louis; A. D. Forbes, Miss Mary Knowl-
XtntttnrA Mra Mnrrv "K"pjn P Den
!ver": Mrs. F." A. Ransom. Katherine
-'- jWoodhurv. Kalamazoo; Jas. J. Sheehy
The Best Fiction. rCew Invoice Re- wife ana SOn. Washington: C. D. Nouse
eeived today. All the late books.. t an(J wlfe Absecon: A. M. Dent. New
Blakesley & Freeman. jYork; J. D. Hubbell. Havana; G. C.
' - Wood. New York.
Ask for "EL PASO TRANSFER, the I
best 5 cent CIGAR on the m ket. FRANCIS: D. Hynes. Chicago: Paul
M. Seabrook. Sweetwater; C. S. Mc-
Reeent experiments bhow ibat all Laugblin. Mexico; L. D. Brooks. Lyon;
classes of foods may be completely di- Wm. H. Cufhbersworth and wife. D. B.
gested by a preparation called Kodol and E, o. Cook. El Reno: Wm. P. Cut
Dyspepsia Cure, which absolutely di- ting, San Francisco; Alex C. McKel
gests what you eat. As it is the only j vey Manila; Han Wagner, wife and
combination of all the natural 'diges- : daughter. Los' Angeles; G. H. Shaw,
tants ever devised the demand for It T,n. c vr Reck and wife. Chlca-
S. L. Pearce came up from Chihua
hua last night to look after his busi
C. N. Grosvenor returned yesterday
from a trip- to his mining properties
in New Mexico.
Judge Walthall and District Attorney
Dean left last night on the G. H. for
Mar fa to hold district court.
Mrs. D. A. Shope of Winslow, Ariz..
is in the city visiting Mrs. Dr. Bishop.
Mrs. Gus Lee has returned from her
trip to New Orleans.
Don Juan Creel of Chihuahua, is ex
pected to arrive in El Paso tonight.
Mr. Creel has very large interests here
and it is thought that his trip is sig
Miss Isabel Skinker. left this morn
ing for Los Angeles, Miss Skinker baa j
been here from St. Louis the past j
month visiting her cousins. Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Seamon.
W. N. Small, president of the El Paso
foundry, returned last night from an
extended trip to St. Louis and other
eastern cities where he went in the
interest of his business here .
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i Sanitarium Foods.
We have just got in J
an invoice of gcods
I Battle Creek
tan tan urn
Health Food Co
J Also a
WELCH BROS. .
I Pure Maple Syrup. 1
j HOWARD & M'PHETRIDGF, f
FANCY GKO 'ERS-
X PHONE 3;?.
210 St. Louis St..
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BROWNE M4NZANARES CO.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
Vv holesale grocers.
WOOL. HIDES AND PELTS.
Teleohonti 213. - Cor. Fifth and fci Paso streets
: -lit rk , 2
V Jgw ! rm
f s a Beauty
Other styles also.
Write for booklet
and pr ces.
Kraiauer, Zork Move
300-302 El Paso St.
has become enormous. It haw never
failed to cure the very worst cases of
go; M. G. O'Brein
iauea 10 cure xne very worst cases u Copperswoith. Hillsboro
Indigestion and it always gives instant w. M. Reid.
Fred Schaefer, druggist.
Try The Herali's Popular Wants.
j H. Forsyth,
Springfield; C. D.
; T. J. Fletch
New York; H. S. Dukes.
V. S. Medell. Minner.
raw. inATF rriR mayor
0 oil .nnnnnooH nmsnw- interest In a wholesale grocery busi-
. . . n S Tl OOil
ness. Auuress r. j. du jv.
EGGS ! EGGS ! ! EGGS ! ! !
Two dozen fresh eggs for 25 cents.
At the Lion Grocery Company, 109-111
South Stanton street.
Uve candidates for mayor, here's hopin'
that the best man will win. But if he j
has a race for it he will find the best
Harness and Saddles at the West Tex- 1
as Saddlery company, 214 South Ore
S Have You a ...
Waterman Fountain Pen f
That is Damaged or one that is not giv- S
ing you Satisfaction? x
If you have BRING IT TO ME. I will 2
exchange it for a new one, allowing X,
i you from sixty cents to three dollars
for your old Y
Waterman Fountain Pen
According to the Number, Size and
Condition. This is fair dealing and in
sures you of having the best WHICH I
A. H. RICHARDS,
I THE JEWELER.
I No. 103 El Paso St. Grand Central Block 1
J. H. Nations
Meat and Supply Co.
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.
iSoecial Attention to
O. H. Baum. president of the Troy ois : V j - ,
steam laundry, returned Saturday OniUUinK UrUBrbUUl-
night on the T. & P. from San An-: eiHanf tho Clr
tonio wjiere he had been attending the w-jr
cattlemen's convention and legging for
El Paso. J
Dr. A. J. Childress. Dr. J. A. Stal
lings and Senator O. B. Colquit all of
Terriil. Texas, are at the Orndorff.
They are joint owners of the Union
Mining company which has consider
able property in Mexico and are here
to look after their interests.
Chas. Seymour, former managing ed
itor of the Chicago Chronicle, who has
been in El Paso for several weeks for
the benefit of his health, is slowly im
proving. He has taken up his resi
dence with his friend. Tommy Thomp
son, in Juarez, and hopes soon to be
able to be out.
Harry Alexander and T. M. Wingo
returned Sunday morning from San
Antonio where they had been attend
ing the cattlemen's convention and
pulling for it to be held in San Antonio
next year. Though they were unsuc
cessful, their efforts are just as highly
appreciated by EI Paso as if they had
Will Hold a Meeting Here on Their
Way Across the Continent.
HEALTH FL ICE MADE OF DISTILL
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 iow
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD!
Telephone orders receive prompt at
tention. Phone No. 88.
Consumers Ice & Cold Storage Co.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED Two good sewing girls at '
HAVE YOU A' HORN!?.
we can furnish
you with SADDLES,
HARNESS AND ACCESSORIES. We also han
dle FIRE ARMS AND AMMUNITION.
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO
EL PASO, TEXAS
U 305 N. Oregon St
G. A. KASEMAN, a"d IT
Dealers In Lime, Cement, Plaster and Hair, Mineral Paints and Mortar
Colors, Roofing Pitch. Tarred Felt and Sheathing Paper.
Successor to O'Brien Coal Co.
LOUIS ST.. El Paso. Texas. Phone8.
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M AINoA AND SONS.
v. OVERLAND STREET, EL PASO. J
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I Paints, Oils and Window Glass I
.:-. A lull stock 5
W. A. IRVIN & CO., I
. Wholesale and. Retail .
DRUGGISTS AND. STATIONERS. I
Established 1 88 1. ' 1 1 3 El Paso Street.
52.50 to $4.00 per day. Special ra tes bv week or month. Faclne citv
park. Passenger elevator. Hot and cold water in rooms. Rooms with
bath. Rooms single or en suite. Elee ant dinin? rrtnins nnrl tti Tips ttimTc in
the city. Large sample room.
CHAS. DeGROFF, Prop
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j EL PASO COFFIN AND CASKET CO.
X Embalmers and Funeral Directors. EMERSON & BERRIEX, Props. I
Chapel and Parlors at 408 EI Paso Street.
Lady assistant. Night calls promptly an swered. -
'Phone 71 3 rings. '
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once. 309 Texas street.
WANTED First-class cook in small
private family. Apply 905 North Ore
f uk salb intAr iiorse ana Duggy. o
or either if desired. Horse suitable
for children to drive. Rex, Herald.
A ' party of Sunday school workers
consisting of Prof. H. M. Hamill and
wife. Marion Lawrence, Prof. E. O. Ex-c-ell.
the singer, and Rev. B. W. SDil-
man. are making a tour of the southern 1
states from the Atlantic to the Pacific '
and have consented to hold a meeting
in El Paso on Saturday evening. March
The meeting will open with a half
hour song service led by Prof. Excell.
The place of meeting will be anontinr
DRESSMAKER Wishes engagements
to sew by the day or will take work O
home. Address 317 Franklin street. t,
LOST A lap robe on Magoffin avenue.' 2
A suitable reward will be given for p
its return to room 12. Arlington
House. 1 2
I. M. C. Edwards, hereby give notice
that on the 12th day of March. I was
duly appointed administrator of the es
tate of Margaret A. Campbell, deceased,
by the county court of El Paso county,
Texas. That my residence and post
ofTice address is El Paso. El Paso coun
ty. Te xas. All persons having claims
against said estate are notified to pre
sent them within one year from said
12th day of March. 1901.
M. C. Edwards.
SI fUATION WANTED Experienced
bookkeeper and office man. Knowl- V
edge of Spanish. Will go anywhere, o
Address M. R., care Herald. ,
WANTED A good german cook to o
WANTED During the next six months
the threshers purchase Cylinder and
Engine Oils, Greases. Belting, and
other supplies. Good salesmen can
make money handling our line. Men
owning horse and buggy preferred.
Hustlers only need apply. The How
ard Oil and Grease Co., Cleveland. O. ;
The latest in Portieres, just the thing for Indian effects. Fine as
sortment of Lace Curtains. Window Shades to harmonize with any and
all colorings. We probably have the largest line of Tinted Window
Shades ever shown in this city. We are always glad to take our color
book to your residence and make estimates, on shade work. We like
to do work for people who are particular.
Try one of our Porcelain lined 'SITKA'
REFRIGERATORS. They cost no more
'take charge of kitchen and dining than the COmiTIOn Kind.
rnnm fnv n fnmtlv ef tfiAA Poll O
1 win iui a Luimijr ui inl et?. V H 1 1
mornings at 702 Mesa avenue. Mrs. J. 1 o
Remember March 26, 27 and 28 are
the dates of the art exhibit to be given
by the Keramic department of the
Woman's club. Admission 25 cents.
L HOYT & CO.,
315 El Paso St. FURNITURE,
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