El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 20TH YEAR, No. 18, Ed. 1 Monday, January 22, 1900 Page: 8 of 8
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EL PASO DAILY HERALD MONDAY JANUARY 22" 1900
JOHN B. WATSON
GROCER PROVISION MERCHANT AND TEA DEALER.
CORNER SAN ANTONIO AND STANTON STREETS.
Phone 15 El Paso Texas.
United Statbs Wbatber Bubio I
PabO Texas January zs lvug.
Local Time 6: 64 a
Direction of wind ....
VlnHt tit wind rer hoar .....
Wntter Partly Cloudy
Kaln at boar (incbesand hundredths) 0.00
BJpbest temperature last 24 hou rs M
lowest temperate - laft 24 hours .. .28
ANTED A good cook. 708 Magoffin t-
AANTEP Chambermaids' at Botel D. B.
ANTFD Girl for general housework.
J. Cblbe'fr. 515 North t-tauton street
ANT I'D American woman to help in
k1tcb-n. Hanlev R use.
UANTFD- Py a competent wr man
ork or cockinp to vy
for room and
oard tt r two.
Add i est F. ibU office.
UANTr D Dresf maklnir or
sewlre to do.
If Will fro to res'dence b t
he da. Corner
HTCDib ana bari'a re
near Canal brldae.
rOB SALE Fresh
epfrs; also White Wyan-
I dotte eves for setting.
811 Arizona street.
awrtheHSio Mesa school.
COB SALE Bargains In city lota In north-
I .m prt f c ty. Fn m (1"6 to f200. F.
Wells Brow Herald office.
A BARGAIN FOB CASH-Slx
lots on Mlt-
r son rl street.
Wlelleman 204 E
FOB KALE Span of males four years oM
15 bands: new thre- -inch wxfron nd st
of hari es9. A bargain. Idqnlre 717 Kansas St.
FOB BENT Two nice sunpy furnished
rooms with or without board. 719 Myrtie
FOB BENT Two furnished rooms suitable
for bnskeeplog; hoc water connected.
301 Magoffin veiiue.
FOB BENT One front room dining room
and kitchen; also one front bed room.
70 North Oregon street.
JOB BENT Two furnished room with or
without buad: also single room for gen-
tleman. eC'9 orb Kxns-.s.
FOB BENT A nine-room two-story bouse
wl'b two-story b-irn if det-lred. Apply
atC. N Buckler's nsldence corner El Paso
and MlfrSf orl.Mreets.
LADIES tn DISTRESS fr"m impressed
me- ses POSITIVEI.V RELIEVFD by
taking P-e-cr1n-l..n No. 76o7. GlTAttANTBEO
or MONEY RETURNED. Enclose stamp for
particulars. Madame Ouillaume Gal Test on
LOST At CboOln Hall last n'ghr. gold scarf
pin wl'h garnet setting. Finder will
confer favor by returning same to P. O. Box
MONEY TO LOAN on El Paso real estate.
.Address A 12. Daily Herald.
THE HFRALD will not be respon-
sible for the b lls of any employe ex-
cept upon order from the Business
HE"' D NEWS CO.
Arrested For Giving; stamps
Tbat is what is threatened ue but
we. are not v'ola'inp any law have
combined with no ore but will contin-
ue to sell tbe beet harness and sad-
dlery poods for tbe least money and
give premium stamps ton. Compare
onr prices with others West Texa-
Saddley Co. 214 Oregon St.
iW 'fed di tig (Qifts...
There is nothing nicer than Sterling Silver
. Fine Cut Glass or Artist Bric-a-Brac for
My stock is the largest and most complete line
of FINE GOODS to be found in the city. .
Remember I have NO OLD STOCK...
I A. H. PTCHAPDS.
() SHELDON BLOCK.
The Ferndale brand of Canned
Fruits and Vep tables is the
best in the market.
We take pride in Belling- tbem
and our customers are never disap-
pointed when they open a can of
Tomatoes Ferndale brand 3 lb.
mammoth cans solid packed
3 cans for 50 cts.
Ferndale' brsnd Peas are the
best of their kind.
Superfine sifted early June Peas
per can 20c.
Ferndale L'ma Beans 20 o.
Golden Wax Beans 20c
Extra Strinpless beans 20c
A reductlonjjy the dozen or case.
Every one interested in DIAMONDS is familiar with ;2
f tbe recent (Treat advance in these Gems. We have an ZS
1 elegant line and need the money. To this end we will 3
5 continue to offer antil February 1st our DIAMOND TZZ
8 and PEARL Goods at the old prices. 3
T5This is an opportunity to get a GEM. 3
S at less than its true value .' . 2
Come in and inspect tbem.
j GEO. W. HICKOX & CO I
"LEADING JEWELERS" 111 SAN ANTONIO ST. 53
LARGE SHIPMENTS OF MACHINERY
From El Paso Recently Business
In This Line Increasing
More machinery is being; shipped out
of El Paso at the present time prob-
ably than has ever been before. Tbe
El Paso Mine Mill & Smelter Supply
bouse has shipped during tbe pact
we k a 12-hon-e power gasoline hoirt
to Corbett & Wymon at Deming N.
M. for use in tbelr mine; an immense
10-ton compound duplex Smitb-Vaile
pump to Cloudcroft for tbe El Pao &
Northeastern railroad for pumping
purposes; two 22-horse power gasoline
hoista to Parral Mexico; an 8-horse
power gasoline botet for pumpine- pur-
poses on tbe Southern Pacific railroad;
a 10-15-borse power steam engine
pumpf and aseayers' supplies to Wil-
lard McMillan macaper of tbe smelter
at Pi oos Altos. Much machinery has
been shipped to Mexico by the fame
Tbe same company will place a com-
plete modern refrigerating plant in
the store of Pencbler brothers.
The Attraction At the Myar Thurs-
The big-pert minstrel company In
the world Richards & Prlngla's-Rusco
& Holland's Big Minstrel Festival will
be the attraction at the vtyar opera
houte Thursday Jan. 25. This famous
company presents this season the most
attractive list of novelties that it has
ever offered with more comedians
more siegers more dancers and a bet-
ter musical organization than ever be-
fore. Never before has there baen such
a stupendous out ay of money made for
a mlDtt el production both in securing
tbe beet available talent and in scenery
and cort'imlng. The free street par-
ade at 2:30 p. m. is emblematic of the
matnmotb proportions to which the or-
ganization has grown. Seats now on
gale at Klinn'sCu-io.orio'B 1.00 50 75.
The confederate tabernacle now be-
ing erected for the United Confederate
Veterans' reunion at Louisville May
30 31 June l.2 and 3 will seat 10000
people. Each chair i a good one no
one being more than 120 feet from the
1m porta nt To Ldiea
We are going to sell this week 3730
oalra of ladles' shoes. $3.00 shoes for
$1 55. Come early and secure your
-zea at Tbe Fair Store 202-204" East
TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY
Ten New Shades Now in Stock.
December shipment of Wall Papers from
Robt. Graves Co. New York 4000 Rolls
January shipment of Wall Papers from
Robt. Graves Co. New York 3300 Rolls
January shipment of Wall Papers from
Wm. Campbell Co. New York 2.700 Rolls
...PAINTEBS' SUPPLIES...JobVgaieprre9 10
Tuttle Paint and Glass Company.
319 San Antonio St. El Paso Texas.
Herman Wertheim of Dona Ana N.
M is in town.
Sam Jotiea came down from Mesilla
Park this morning.
Judge J. D. Bryan left last night for
Las Cruces on business.
Mrs. D. Seligman came down from
Las Cruces this morning.
Mr. Bennet representing the Austin
Statesman is in the city.
Henry Ryner6on came down from
Las Cruces this morning.
Oscar Snow of Mesilla N M. ar-
rived in the city this morning.
S. H. Hicks has returned to El Paso
after a six weeks visit in the east.
Miss Florence Beall will entertain
the Whlet club on Thursday evening.
Harry Lane of Las Cruces came
down on the Santa Fe this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoes of Las
Cruces are in the city for a few days.
J. E Nagley was detained in Las
Cruces several days on business and re-
turned this morning.
A. M. Howlaad head of tbe Shalam
colony near Dona Ana was an arrival
on this morning's Santa Fe train.
Henry K. Sheldon son of Lucius M.
Sheldon owner of the Sheldon hotel
is expected to' arrive in El Paso Friday
next or thereabouts.
A J. Bale returned from Oklahoma
and Fort Worth yesterday morning on
the delayed T. & P. train and went
borne to Las Cruces last night.
Alderman James Pendegraft and
family of Kansas City are spending
some time in El Paso with a possible
view of investing in real estate here.
Calvert Scobel formerly a citizen oi
El Paeo and now of the brokerage
house of Anderson & Co. of Chihua-
hua is renewing acquaintances here.
A. Scbulz who came to El Paso with
Callsher's store almost twenty years
ago 16 in tbe city from the west coast
of Mexico where he has been for the
past six months.
Miss Lucy Kneeland has gone to
Marshall Texas to be tbe bridesmaid
at tbe wedding of MissTam Brownrigg
this week. Miss Brownrigg is well
known in soe'ety circles in this city
having frequently visited here. She
was the gnest of Miss Kneeland during
the past holidays.
A. E. Fowls who bas been . in the
city several weeks in charge of the
large consignment of machinery for
Lerdn left this morning on the Mex-
ican Central for tba' point. He wl 1
be occup'ed there for ten or twelve
months in tbe installation of tbe plant
for which the machinery is intended.
AT THE HOTELS.
Pierson: L. J. Gilliland Mrs. P. p.
Rhodes W. E. Stetzler Kanea City;
A. J. Russell Hartford Conn.; H. H.
Dawson hicato; J. A. Pierson and
dauh?er Los Angeles; A. Chris e-en
J. H. Lanptry W. J. Bishop F. S.
Gift San Francisco; Thos. F. Rice
Georgetown Col. ; Ja. J. Dle Cam-
bridge Cit Ind ; F'rank Lvnch and
wife Casrelton N. D ; H M. D.iuglas
Port Henry N. Y.: J. P. Watkins and
wife. Californls; R. W. Steele Texan:
W. E. Slmms. Kertnckv; E. H. Jones
Dps Moioc; G W. Fiizgerald New
York; Jos. Y. D Goot b M. Areoha-
valeto Mexico City ; Charles Warren
Rock Springs Tex.
Commercla': W. A. Millr Pales-
tine Tex ; A. M. Summer New York;
J. M. E.;ba's Abilene Tex ; D W.
Bailev. and G M. Wilson Nthvill ;
Tex ; Olif E-iek-on Dei ver; T. W. An-
derson Gila Bend; J. D. Fagan City;
S. B. Ward A'-mngordo; A. L. Maid-
en Oraaft; WiUrt Hampton. Chs.
A Wright an 1 T. F Furey Rosedal
Ks : H A. Wall-y Jackc nville.Tenn ;
J. D. .Russell Peers Tex. G. E.
Lewis and E. M. Walker Alvord;
John Donegun and J. B. Fleming Chi-
huahua; A V. Folsom Chicago; Geo.
L. McClintock Tucson; M. J. Barber
Ladville;L- B Fuller Pomona Calif;
Chs. N. Gilmore aid A. Bohne Lex-
ington Ky.; Wm. Sorague silver City.
D. R. Francis: J. P. Clark Charles-
ton W. Va ; H. Gerrington Michigan;
Grant Baker J. E England. A. P.
Bl dsal Texas; E. W. Lewi- Tacoma;
S. B. Stewat Denver: Will Rassmus
sen Lebanon Mo.; Edward Durks-
berry Sedalia Mo.; Frederick F
Waltz Quincy 111.5 Sm Atkirjpon H.
E. Longview Melville Mo.; H. W.
Gifford. Ft. Wayne Ind.: William
Radcliffe Springfield III.; Ben Stake-
miller Colo a1o S. rings; C. L. Par
Madison; Fred P. Mallox. Chlhuah-Ja;
George Hittle Mackinaw 111.; J. N.
Campbell Merritt III.; W. A. Brown
Point Creek O. T.; Robert Matbersoa
James Methereon Topeka. Kaos.;
Charles S. Shaonon Amarillo. Tex.;
Mattello Los Ancelea; Peter Schlod-
ler Jackson Mich.; Robert Northey
J. Johns James Ratbford New York.
Zeieer's: C. L. Smyth Isidor Cohen-
Sao Francisco; W. Kuhn Albuquer.
que; C. Kadan Leadville Colo; Gjo
A. Boom: r J.J. Snyder.Chicazo; J. D.
CbandTer Cucbillo N. M; Isabel
Falomir and brothers Las Cruces;
Tom C. Mehan Los Angeles: Malone
Joyoe San Francisco; C. L. Doran
Denver; A. F. Coddington Albuquer-
que; M. Falomir and wife and Pon-
ciara Falomir and wife. Chihuahua;
J. B Enmt al Lexington Ky; W. A.
Hill Berkely; Chas. R t eobouee
Tucson; H. Kohn La An teles; Jerry
Brown Jersey Ci'y; John Catthrop. S.
B. Smith and W. B. Btes Jarilla;
Nels Curtis Tula'rosa N. M; S. J.
Chamberlain and A. Pitcher AUmogor-
do; Lloyd Johnston and wife Con-
nellsvile Pa; W G Nucher Juartz:
C. B. Chopin Kansas City; E. P.
Maddox. F'. Worth; Norman Bossong
Ysleta. Tex; J. W. Baonipan Demlnp
N. M; D. C. McKensie Victoria S. C:
E. Wilson and J. O. White and wife.
Portland Ore; A. N. Brown. Roswell;
J. N. Hecl -y San Simon; Pat Car-
mody St. Louis; W. C. Hodall
Hillsboro N. M: J. M. Hilton Msgda-
ler a N M. : E. S. Coo way J. P.
Stewart A. F. Avery Ben Sain.M. C.
Conne'y a-d wife Ci'y.
Wanted In Fayette County.
W. E. Smith was arrested here yes-
terday and confined in the county jail
by the sheriff of Fayette county Tex.
He is wanted in La Grange on acbarge
of seduction and will be taken back
there to e'and trial.
A HEAVY SHIPMENT
A Carload Of Canned Oysters From
- Mobile Ala Tho Heaviest Ship-
ment Ever Made To El Paso.
A carload of canned oysters arrived
here yesterday containing 550 casee
and consigned to C. H. Lawrence tbe
grocer. The oysters are the "Littje
Daisy" brand from Mobile Ala. and
are considered tbe best in tbe market.
Thia is a remarkably large shipment
for any one bouse to receive and it
tends to show that El Paso is fact be-
coming a great market center as Mr.
Lawrence does most of his business
with our outside neighbors. In order-
ing ia big lots Mr. Lawrence shows his
business enterprise for he gets tbe
bottom figures in fact can buy. cbf aper
than tbe wholesale houses and by so
doing Is enabled to give his customers
the advantage of the middle man's
HARVJiY'S NOW OPEN.
No. 3 Plaza Block -New Buffet For
Ladies And Gentlemen.
At the request of many ladles acd
gentlemen we have decided to make
our place a pleasant resort for both as
El Paso offers no place of a Bohemian
character conducted on a plane where
all can enjoy tbe luxuries of a first
class eating and drinking place.
We shall remain open nicbts and
make a speciality of oysters and
Mrs. Harvey will be in attendance to
look after the comf rt of the ladies.
Col. J. F.Harvey.
Dr. (3. Whoofter chiropodist wi'l
remove corns for this week only for 25c
each Dr. Whoofter is originator of
thrt Blister Method. This method will
make a permanent cure without draw-
ing blood or -causing tbe slightest pain
or soreness and Bhoe cad be worn at
Office room 5 Hotel Zelger Phcne
Tar Aud Pitch.
The El Paso Gs company is offering
tar and pitch at the fol 'owinp price:
Tar 8 1.00 per hundrtd
Pitch 1.25 " "
Harvey's open again. Special din-
ner tonight. 40i3. B inp your lalies.
Trv Kelly & Pollard's To' let Cream
for chapped hands lips and face.
Pea Anthracite coal cheapest fuel.
O'Brien Coal Co. Phone 8.
AET L AS VECIA6 N. M
8COOSRO. N. M.
BROWNE fc HANZANABES CO:
WOOL. HIDES AND PELTS.
McCormick Mowers Rakes and Harvesting
Teleohone 213. - Cor. Fifth and El Paso streets.
post Christmas f
A delayed car just arrived
cr bringing us a lot of handsome
S ROCKERS that will be sold very low. 2
1 Hoyt & Bass
' to what
Mining Supplies Arms f
Paints Wagotis etc. is the Twentieth Century in J
completeness. j J
EL PASO STREET.. KRAKAUER Z0RK & M0YE I
I Garden Lands
H IN THE CELEBRATED
I . ; VALLEY....
H SMALL ACREAGE TRACTS at
ALAM0G0RD0 New Mexico.
j The acYeage tracts bordering the town of Alamo-
SZ: gordo are now placed on the market. Tracts range
sE: from one to five acres each carrying water rights.
5i Deferred payments covering five years. Splendid
5 opportunity for a beautiful home in the midst of
5i Fruits Flowers and Vines. Address
p Alamogordo Improvement Co.
AlamogOBdo N. M. or El Paso Texas.
RYAN PLEADS FOR MERCY
Writes An Appeal To Alderman
Badger From the Penitentiary
Alderman J. B. Badger recently re-
ceived a letter from J. P. Ryan a
young man who was sent to tbe peni-
tentiary from here about seven years
ago on a charge of forgery asking for
help in securing a pardon. The young
man was in tbe employ of one of the
sub-contractors en gaped in tbe con-
struction of Fort Blit-a. He came to El
Paso got "boozed" hired a horse and
bugpy at the Star stable and forged a
check on his employer in payment.
He alro passed forged checks at other
places in payment for goods purchased.
He was sent to the penitentiary for
In bis letter to Alderman Badper be
says he has behaved remarkably well
in prison and asks for anther chance.
He makes a stroop pie for h's free-
dom that be raav help his mother.
Alderman Badper answered tbe let-
ter asking Rvan for bis prison record.
Ryan replied that he oould not get the
record without ao order from tbe
governor but he incloses letters from
several officials of the penitentiary
warmly commending his conduct
wbi'e in th institution and expressing
tbe hope that be may be pardoned.
In his first letter Ryan a-ks that
the letter be shown to Judpe C N.
Buckler G. L. Hoyt and other.
JudpeBuckler ha expressed a willing
ness to sign a petition for his pardon
Ryan owes Alderman. B1ger for a
smnllb'llof groceries The alderman
nevertheless has taken an Intere) in
his case and will do what he can for
There will be a public reception at S
Clement's rect ry tomOTOw evening
from 7 to 10. All visitors wlil be cor-
Harvey's new buffet open tonight.
315 El Paso St. 3
HERB SEEMS to be some doubt as
Century the present one is. 2
All we know is that our present stock -of
THAT mak an appetizing and deliclouv-
meal we ba ve la a'l b lads of prepara-
tions from Oa's Wheat. Ot- Rica.
Barley Oat Flakes. Wbeateo Grits ana
Horn nv; hd1 combined with our genuine
Sunr Cared Hanis lirukfa-t B iron.
Len Halt Pork a d a . up of Coffee mad
froni our exquisitely tlnvi.red and blga
e Mocha and Java Coffees or our fin
Enellsh B.eiikfat lea. Is a treat for tn
L. BENHAM. Proprietor
kuii a. 11 in u lu ijii wif-
Collins Verdict Stands.
T rl nrn ninTi rt w.K 4 a vyi Ain Inn AWAPa
ruled a motion for a new trial in the-
cae of C. R Collin- against the G. H.
. 11 .4 M A1A (t :( J n
ate- against the company. The cas
win oe app-eaiea.
Harvev' open apain at 3 Plaza block.
New buffet. Bring your ladies-
Special dinner 40a
drugs at Campbell 5r
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