El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 20TH YEAR, No. 185, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 7, 1900 Page: 8 of 8
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tl PASO DAILY HERALD TUESDAY AUGUST 7 1900.
As a Hot
Clears the Head
Warms the Stom-
ach and Cools the
We do not say this of any concoction
which may be labeled "Ginger Ale"
but we speak of "Crystal Spring"
which we know all about.
This is a low price considering that the cost of bot-
tles and packages is 40 per cent more than last year
RASPBERRIES and BLACKBERRIES
Our Strictly Freeh Ecee ( 20o perdoz.) and famous
"Merit" brand Butter ( 25c per lb.) cannot be surpassed
UJ in quality and price.
"CRYSTAL SPRINGS GINGER ALE"
JOHN B. WATSON
GROCER PROVISION MERCHANT AND TEA DEALER.
CORNERISAN ANTONIO AND STANTON STREETS.
TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS COMPANY
Sherwin-Williams Paint $1.75 per Gal 9
It is the best that money and
experience can produce. . .
Southern Brand Mixed Paint
-J a w-v va uiimi jf pain ivsx
$1.25 per Gal g
We have a nice stock of Mirrors
German and French Plate. . . .
Room and Picture Moulding.
Market price on Linseed Oil today is 87c per gallon
Market price on Southern White Lead today $8 25 cwt.
Tuttle Paint and Glass Company.
Masonic Building 319 San Antonio St.
OHITBD STATU WlATHBB BtJBEAD I
El Paso Texas Aag. 7. 1900
Local Time 6: M a.m. I
Thermometer-.. .. . . 70
D r notion of wind NK
V iloclty of wind per hour
Weather.. and m Ol dy
Rln 24 hours (Inches last hundredths. 00.00
H iKb est temperatureiast 24 hours 8i
L )wrst temueratn 24 hoars 70
For toilet articles comb brushes
mirrors powders puffs perfumes and
soaps go to Potter & White's Phar-
macy Little Plaza.
Blakesley and Freeman have opened
the only exclusive book and stationery
store In the city at 107 El Paso street.
Goods new and prioes reasnable. They
solicit a share of public patronage.
Halrdressing shampooing manicuring-
scalp treatment. Will call at re-
sidence. 212 St. Louis St. Mme.
Clairvoyant and Palmist.
Madame Montague reads your life.
Deepest mysteries revealed. Center
Fre6h pure drupe and a skillful
dispenser at Potter & White's. No
From 303 to 320 and
almost across the street from their for-
mer place is where Dellquest & An-
drews the booksellers have decided
to move where Dunn's piano store
was. Larger room in order to dleplaj
the large stock of books was found
For Rubber Stamp goods typewriter
supplies games and literature go to
Blakeeley and Freeman's book and
stationery store. 107 El Pao 6treet.
Pare Hygienic Water.
Made from destined water. Ask
yonr family physician or druggist as to
purity abd healthfulness of our ice
Telephone No. 14.
El Paso Ice & Refigerator Co
W. T. HIXSON 6c CO. f
Fine Watch Repairing
Diamond Setting and Engraving
111 SAN ANTONIO STREET
G. A. R.
34 annual encampment at Chicago
Aug. 27 to Sept. 1. Very low rates
via the Santa Fe Route. Excellent
train service afforded by the line to
Chicago. Pullman Palace and fine
chair cars. Tickets on sale Aug 23 24.
inclusive good until Sept. 1 with pro-
vision for extension of return limit to
Sept. 30 tb.
Reunion Society of the Army of the
Philippines Denver. Colo. Aue. 13-18
1900. For this meeting the Santa Fe
Route will sell ticket August 11th to
Denver and return 128.80 final limit
Tlokets on sale city office or depot.
Steam dyeing and cleaning works
Brosey 110 Mesa Ave.Phon .382.
Notice is hereby given that partner-
ship heretofore existing between Ha-
den & Becker known as International
hotel was dissolved by mutual consent
July 26. Max F. Becker will oontinue
the business assuming all out standing
debts and accounts. Mr. Becker will
be pleased to meet and serve eld and
W. B. Haden
A Case of Sunstroke
Can never occur when the umbrellas
of the West Texas Saddlery Company
are used. Good for either wagon or
buggy. The best and also the cheap-
est. 214 South Oregon St.
Wm H Austin is In the city.
T A Kelly has gone to Jarllla.
Albert L Wilcox returned from Mex-
Henry Pfaff went to Alamogordo
Ma Chuck the Chinese merchant
returned to Capitan.
Miss Hazel Graham went to Cloud-
croft this morning.
Will Fink and family went to Cloud-
croft this morning.
T A Bray went to his ranch at Three
Rivers tbis morning.
Ed Zwick has returned from a
month's visit to Cincinnati and the
Ed McMillan manager for H P
Noalre. has cone to Pittsburg on a
Frank L Oliver the farmer of Cham-
berino was in El Paso Saturday to
dispose of some of his bay crop.
Judge Clark has returned from
Caeas Grandes where he had been
looking after mining Interests he has
E J McDermont former proprietor
of tbe hotels Palacio and loblnson at
Chihuahua passed through yesterday
on bis way to Denver.
Jim Magoffin and family Prof. G P
Putman and Mrs A J King returned
last night from Cloudcrolt.
Carl Galther left last n!ght forMarfa
who ha will ioln his father tie win
leave in a few days for Nebraska where
he will go Into the oattle business.
.t n Wimnle. owner of several valu
able mine properties in Arizona and
Mexioo came in on the Mexican Cen-
tral ana left for New York on business.
Col. Bean the well known mining
man went to Carrlzosa this morning
where he is having five carloads of
maohinery placed in position at his
Rogers the candy man will leave to-
night for Chicago and the east to be
absent for about three weeks. While
in the east he will purchase some new
Captain Chas MWalter of NewYork
manager of the Velocltan Leather
factory in the City of Mexico spent
Sunday with Commercial Agent B G
Kubn in this olty. Capt. Walter has
the distinction of being the youngest
man that ever commanded a mail and
and passenger steamer. When only 21
years old he took charge of a Pacific
mall and passenger steamer runnitg
from San Fraocisoo down tbe Mexican
ooast. He speaks eight languages
fluently and has traveled around the
world over a dozen times. He is quite
Mrs juan ureei ana ramuy came up
irom umnuanua last night to meet
some friends from Europe. They are
registered at the Orndorff. Mr Cretl
will be up tonlgbt to join them.
Mrs J N Hashes aooompaoifcd a party
of oampers to i sleta tbis mornlug. The
party consists of Miss Winfield Misses
Anna and Frances Hughes Frank
Hughes and Albert Rjberts.
Rev. J T French and his uncle his
wife and children have returned from
Boyd s raooh about fifty miles from
Caas Gracdes where they have been
taking a few weeks recreation.
J McRae a member of the U. S
signal corps passed through on the
S. P. tbis morning on his way to Ft
McDowell at San Francisco from h't
Ringgold Texas. He expects to cross
the Pacific soon as he was ordered to
report at Ft. McDowell for duty.
AT THE HOTELS.
CAST Le VEQA8 N. M.
IOOORRO N. M.
BROWNE & MANZAN4RES GO!
BZlrf .A.0 TEXAS.
WOOL. HIDES AND PELTS.
McCormick Mowers Rakes and Harvesting
Teleohone 213. - Cor. Fifth and El Paso streets
Another Lot of those
KRAKAUER ZORK & MOVE
300-302 EL PASO ST.
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A. H. RICHARDS
Sterling Silver Ware
Solid Gold Jewelry
WATOH INSPECTOR FOR G. H. & 8. A. RY.
No. 103 El Paso Street.
AT THE HOTELS.
D R Francis: Mrs G Ruths and
two children Ft Wortb; W B Sprague
J-ouls V Uugszy Mexico CJlty; John
Mathews Van Horn Tex; G C Richard
son J C Edmonson Emporia Kas;
Harry Sbafer Helena Mont; E Dillon
Maryville Mo; G Reed Las Cruces.
Zeiger: E H Estee Brook Estea
Midland; E S Atkinson Abilene Tex
G M Van Poole Salisbury N C: L M
Nell is Topeka; H Ejtes Midland; Tom
Turpln and wife Memphis; F Valdez
Juarez: G B Ryan Chicago; Fritz
Bosensteln San Francisco; Max Cun-
ningham Hermo&illo: P J McDonald
Los Angeles; J K Blair J G Burnside
Silver City; Blllie Michan L.3rdaburf .
Orndorff: Joslab B-nd New
York; Mrs E C Creel. Mies Creel Miss
Burns. Cbibuabua; R W Newton Ros-
well; Rev Clbbons and wife Mary-
land; R V B-ush Los Angeles; Mrs J F
Byrne. D Prella Do; R O Morgan N
W Wambaugh C M Shannon Capt
Cas. Blsbee. Ariz.
St Charles: V G Lave Frederic
Lieben Chas Riggs and wife Ralph
Riggs H Sutherland and wif. Ha-ry
Rowe and wife D G Alger H G For-
rest Quo Vadls Company ; C F Leicbam
and wife T V Leicbam wife and chil-
dren Marathen Texas; William Ter-
razas I Ramirez. Chihuahua Mexico.
For the Late Alderman J L w hi tenor
Thursday morning at 8 o'clock Alder
man vvbltmore's remalus will be r.
moved to the city hall under an escort
of firemen there to lie in state until 1
p. m. at which hour they will be
taken to the fire department headquar
ters where the funeral services wl'l
be hold at 3 p. m. The firemen will
first held tbelr services after whloh
th ohuroh services will be conducted
by Rev. Mr. Mllllcan.
The following persons will act
pall bearers: John Burton Jarnei
Clifford John Sorrenson W R Jack-
son M C Edwards Joseph Frisk John
P O'Connor Alex Shannon.
The formation of tbe procession at
the fire department will be as follows:
Mayor aod City Council
Pall Bearers and Hearse
Interment will be at Concordia.
A Little Of Everything
not much of anything is all you really
need for a comfortable Summer's out-
ing. Experienced travelers carry as
little impediments as possible. But
what you do get get of the best col-
lars cuffs shirts underwear and
bucks mat win wucstana tbe wear
and tear of miscellaneous washing
and no place can excel our's for just
White Web Buggy . Harness
Light Durable Strong Novel dZ Ef
Try a set only 40 JVf
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS Ck
305 N. Oregon St. EL PASO TEXAS
R. C. Lightbody
Lending Clothier and Gent's Furnisher
212214 El Paso Street.
G. A. KASEMAN
Coat and Wood
Hay and Grain
! El Paso
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
(FIRE ARMS & AMMUNITION?
Saddles Harness and Shoe Findings.
Call and see or writs us for prices. 400 S. EL PASO STREET.
The Oldest and Largest Manufacturers In the Southwest.
We've Got Them!
We have iust received tbe very lat
est ladles' gray 6oft felt mountain and
outing hats 12 different styles SI. 40
and uo. Also 100 of the very latest
artistically trimmed midsummer dress
bats real values Kb todZ.now tz.ao to
$4.95. All our Parisian pattern bats at
a fraction of their cost. Posener's Cut
Rate Millinery 3 Plaza Block.
PAINTS OILS AND WINDOW GLASS
A FULL STOCK.
W. A. IRVIN 6f CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
113 El Paso St.
DR. F. THATCHER
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Diseases of all domestic anlmal
Office California Stables Phone 41
Dr. Thatcher's A ntlsepMc Healinj: Powder
for man or beatt. is unequaled for flesfc
wounds sores. Correspondence with th
tmde solicited. Address El Pao. Texas.
Holly Cut Rowers.
Plants Palms etc.
and shippers of CaCti.
KEZER. - 406 San Antonio -is
To The Public-
Having purchased the Real Estate
and Insurance business of John Julian
we solicit a share of your patronage
and will give all business intrusted to
our care the best attention.
A. & N. Solomon.
112 San Francisco St.
Regular Meals 25 Cents.
Short Orders at all Hours
to 8 p. m. Everything
strictly first class servlc.
Dinner from 1 S
brand new and
103 Utah St. 2-i
ween San Antonio
and East Overland Sts.
REMOVES WITHOUT PAIN IN-
GROWING NAILS CORNS
M ADR IN ANY PART OF
Office in Morrow's Barber Shop
Just South of the Postoffioe.
Morehouse Block Oregon Et. El Paso.
The Final Heat
There will be fun for everybody
tbe Natatorium tonight. The final
heat in the. swimming race will
take place tonlgbt between Harry
Turner and the two Reum bovs. This
will be a eood raoe. There will be a
good game of water polo and then tub
and sack races In the pool.
i lie Lcuiidiu ucpdi uncut oiuic
204 San Antonio St. Coles-Hubbell Bl'dg.
Will Open for Business
Wednesday Aug. 8 1900
5urni in D'Rpian dnml
St. Louis St. El Paso Texas Phone 8 Btlilditlg Supplies
Dealers In Lime. Cement Plaster and Hair Mineral Paints and Mortar
Colors Roofing Pitch. Tarred Felt and Sheathing Paper
g You are Cordially Invited to (pall and See Us. g
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