El Paso Daily Times. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 22, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 5, 1902 Page: 7 of 8
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Times Want Ads
RATES—CASH WITH ADVERTISEMENT
1 cent per word, one insertion.
3 cents per word, four consecutive insertions.
4 cents per word, seven consecutive insertions.
* cent Per word each consecutive insertion, 10 times or more.
These Rates are Net. No Agent's Commission Allowed.
.ALWAYS BRING RESULTS.
UP TOWN OFFICE: RED CROSS PHARMACY
PIONEER MARBLE & QRAMiTIC
Co., successors to Pioneer Mmole
Works; all kinds ot monuments
and marble counter work; see ns
before going anywhere else. 213
Myrtle Ave. Jno. Kuenl, general
WANTED—EVERY ONE TO BUY
old papers. Sold in bundles ot 100.
Good for laying under carpets,
wrapping packages or making fires.
Apply Times office.
WANTED—EVERY ONE TJ KNOW
The Times Is delivered anywhere
for 65c per month.
Rooms for Rent
Ei. PASO MARBLE WORKS. CLOS- i
ing business; all stock at cost, tio-
618 S. El Paso St. J. Morettl.
TIIE BEST WAY TO GET A BIG
dollar for a little dime 1b to use
Times want ads. Results war-
BOY WANTED at Federal smelter
store. Apply today at store.
WANTED—White cook out of cltv.
Apply Crescent Nows Co., O. H. depot.
A good cook;
WANTED—A smart, bright young
men to sell my curios. If ho gets the
business he can earn a great deal of
money. Send American stamps to
pay postage on free samples. Ad-
dress Zah Sah Moo, Shanghai, China.
WANTED—Man assistant book-
keeper. Write P. O. Box 192. state
age, salary wanted and experience.
SOMETHING NEW — HOTEL CA-
ples opens with flattering outlook.
Visitors arc constantly pouring in
to see the new building and new
and elegant furniture, carpets, etc,,
throughout the rooms. The unani-
mous opinion is, “Nothing like It in
the way of up-to-date rooming
house in the city.” Mrs. Crews
would like for the people of El Paso
and their friends and all visitors to
the city to know there Is a place,
outRldo of our leading hotels,
where everything Is new and first
class, and where the best people
can secure a night’s lodging or per-
manent rooms in the heart of the
city, without having to pay rates
charged by the first class hotels.
She feels the best way to convince
the public of this Is to have the
people call and see, whether they
need rooms now or not, and cheer-
fully welcomes and shows all who
call through the splendid apart-
ments. Rates, 50e to $1.50 per day,
$12 to $20 per month. Hotel Co-
pies, Hammer-Caples Bldg, San An-
FOR 8ALE—Cut flowers and floral
designs; east of T. A P. crossing.
M. F. Sehoeffier.
FOR RENT—Four rooms furnished
complete for housekeeping; also sin-
gle rooms. 125 Leon St.
FOR RENT — Nicely furnished
rooms. Young’s block, 217 1-2 South El
FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished
rooms with bath. 113 N. Stanton, “
FOR 8ALE—$400 will buy nice
clean stock of groceries. In good lo-
cation, If taken at once. Address
T. P., Times office.
We have sola three of our specials,
mentioned in this column, within one
week. Somel>9dy was too slow.
"You'll have to hurry” to get In on
BARGAINS FOR SALE.
Two lots, southeast corner, Mexi-
can property, for $1,500, quick; rents
$22 now; can easily be made to bring
20 per cent
Two lots in bend of new car line.
Hill street, $250, to get money quick;
no other lot* hero for less than $360.
Two corner lots, 65 feet, corner St.
Vrain and Fourth, $750; good for two
Two new brlek houses and an adobe
on 77 feet at a bonanzn bargain price
for a few days only. l.et us show
60x58 feet on Rio Grande, aouth
front, close in, at a price that will
Six-room new brick, east front, be-
side $1,200 lots, new paper, $100 worth
electrical chandeliers, etc., price
raised from $3,250 to $3,500 this week.
If yon se ns quick we will try to save
you the rise. •
Seven-room house. Old Fort Bliss,
on car line, worth $50 if closer In,
going at $20.
Four-room adobe, fine trees, $20.
Four-room brlek, big bargain, $20.
Two fine suites, light housekeep-
ing. north side, $20.
One store house, new.
Our horse and buggy showa you
property quick. Call or phone 4$.
MILLIGAN & SMITH,
115, Corner Mesa Ave. and Texas 8t.
TYPEWRITER FOR SALE—No. 4
Smith Premier, cheap. Inquire 22
FOR SALE—Cottages; we build our
own houses and sell direct; no agents,
our cottages are all new, modern, well
located and first-class in every par-
ticular. Arnold & Dodge, 7 Mills
FOR SALE—Automobile; new. In-
quire 701 Mesa Ave.
FOR SALE—Nicely furntahed house
containing five roomB with bath and
closets; furniture new and clean. In-
quire 303 N. Stanton St.
FOR SALE—OLD PAPERS AT THE
Times office, 25c per hundred.
J. F. EDGAR, M. D., HOMEOPATK-
IbL 205 El Paso St., over Keiffor’s
DR. REUM, lady physician and sur-
geon. Center Block.
WANTED—Cook. Apply Mrs. C. 41.
Newman, 711 PJo Grande.
WANTED—Active business partner i
with $800 to take one half Interest It, I
good paying business. P. O. Box 665,1
WANTED—Good servant for gen-1
eral housework. Apply 701 Mesa Ave. |
HELP AND POSITIONS FUR ;
nlshed. 306 Mesa Ave. Western I
POSITION by experienced lady
stenographer and bookkeeper; refer-
ences. L. H., care Times.
A LADY with experience would like
position as manager or housekeeper
in widower's family or rooming house.
Would leave the city. Address H. M.,
Wanted to Buy
Quotations From Some of the
Leading Exchanges. •
Chicago, Nov. 4.—Cattle— Receipts
5.000, including 1,000 westerns. Good
to prime steers, $6,50(117.70: poor to
medium, $3.50@'6.25; Stockers and
feeders, $2.5004.75: cows, $1,400'
4.60; heifers, $3.000 3.50; runners,
$1.5002.50; bulls, $2.0004.60; calves,
$4.76®5.$0; Texas fed steers, $3.00©
4,25; western steers, $3.5006.50.
Sheep—Receipts, 20,000. Market
for sheep steady; lambs lower; good
to choice wethers. $3.5003.80; native
lambs, $3.500)5,50; fair to choice
mixed. $2.5008.40; western sheep.
$2,7503.80, western lambs, $3.75©
For business? Do you want trade?
Have you anything to sell? Have
you lost anything? Then remember
the want ads of The Times will get
you what you want or sell anything
you have to dispose of. A small ad
only costs 1 cent per word.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Nov. 1—Cattle—Re-
ceipts. 10.000, Including 3,000 Texans
Market steady; native steers, $3,900
7.60; Texas l and Indian Territory
steers, $2.7504.00; Texas cows, $2.15
<•5.05: native cows and heifers, $1.75
03.95; stookers and feeders. $2,750
4.50; hulls, $2.25 03.60; calves, $3,00
Sheep—Receipts, 5,000. Market
strong; miittnos. $3.0064.15; lambs.
$4.00 0 5.25; range wethers. $3,000
3.85; ewes. $3.0008.8m.
TAMMANY’S NEW LEADER.
Man on Whom llir Mantle of Hlehard
Crokrr Unit rtillcn.
Three times within a year 1ms Tain-
many Hall, the famous potifloni organ-
ization of New York city, changed
lendera. Lust January Lewis Nixon,
the shipbuilder, succeeded Richard
Croker. Nixon In turn was succeeded
Rooms For Rent.
FOR RENT —
House, 416 1-2 El
FURNISHED ROOMS with board.
009 N. Florence St.
Foil RENT—Two nicely furnished
front rooms, housekeeping If desired
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
second hand clothing. H. Mohr, 407
S. El Paso 8L
also brick barn for rent.
WANTED—OLD AND SOFT RAGS
for wiping machinery. Times of-
Wanted to Rent
NEW outside room, nicely furnished
and free bath and $2 per week; no
ladies nor Invalids. 416 8. Campbell.
FOR RENT—Three and four room
houses for rent on N. Mesa. Apply
room 2, Caples Hotel.
FOR RENT—Four room cottage,
with or without furniture. Apply 906
FOR RENT—Front room with use
of bath at 719 Texas St.
WANTED—To rent a four or five
room cottage with bath; permanent
if desirable. Agent Pacific Express
WANTED—Medium size office safe.
State Bize inside, weight and price.
Sullivan Machinery Co., Branch Of-
fice. Ei Paso, Tex.
LADIES’ skirts brushed, pressed
and rebound; rates reasonable. 719
TWO nice front rooms; modern
conveniences. 301 Magoffin.
BEDS, 15c. 26c: for men and boys
only. Sunset House, near Pomeroy
stables, up stairs.
HOTEL D. R. FRANCIS—New
management; newly furnished; baths
In connection with rooms. Mt E.
Holmes, proprietor. 317 SL I-ouIb St.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping; everything
modern. Columbia, corner Sonora
and Chihuahua St*.
FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping; close
In; rent reasonable. Apply 803 West
PERSONAL — Morphine. opium,
laudanum,, cocaine habit; myself
cured; will Inform you of harmless,
permanent home cure. Mrs. M. A.
Baldwin. Box 1212, Chicago.
GOOD traveling proposition to In-
telligent, sober young man with some
capital; no soliciting. Addres* Box
C. B„ care Times.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS
at Phoenix Hotel, corner Santa Fe
and Overland Bts.
THE MANSION—MOBT ELEGANT
rooms and honaekeeplng suites In
the/feity; reasonable rates. 805 W.
FOR RENT—Two and a three room
furnished houses for housekeeping;
nice yards; close In. Call 410 So-
FOR RENT—Five room and bath
furnished cottages good location; one
block from car line. Address Box
FOR RENT—THREE AND FOUR-
room furnished bouses at Merchant
A. E. BROWN. DENTIST, PATTER-
son block, corner San Antonio and
A. H. Whltmer, J. 8. Brady,
I). D. S. D. D. 8.
WHITMER & BRADY. DentiaU.
Rooms 2 and 3, Wella-Fargo block.
Office hours, 8 to 11:30 a. m., 1 to
4:30 p. m.
DR. P. H. BROWN? ‘
Masonic Temple, rooms 24 ind 2G.
Nitrous Oxide Gas Administered.
DR. WILBER TOWNSEND, DENT-
1st. Room 2, Bronson block, San
DR. J. H. PARSONS, DENTIST.
Room 1, upstairs, corner Oregon
and Ban Antonio Sts. Phone 920.
LOST—On Mesa or Myrtle Aves..
or between Wells Fargo Express of
flee and San Antonio St. and Myrtle
Ave.. a lady’s small black silk cape,
embroidered in jet and blue beads,
with black chilton ruffles, and lined
with light blue silk. Liberal reward
offered If returned to The Times of
Real Estate Agetits
John Julian. T. B. Collier.
JULIAN ft COLLIER.
Real Estate, Fire and Plate Glass
Insurance and Rental*.
105 Ten* Bt
All kind of blanks, deeds, contracts,
agreements, notes, etc., etc.; every
kind of • blank you may want at'
the M. & M. Printing Co.
MRS. E. B. ClUTRCh.
510 North Stanton Street.
GIMKl,Fa I' MT’lll’HT,
by a committee of three, and now
Charles F. Murphy, after being duly
elected, Is bailed and acknowledged
chief of the Tammany braves.
Charles Francis Murphy was born
In New York city forty-four years ago
and was one of a faintly of eight Ills
fattier was a poor man, but managed
to give bis so.i a common school edu-
cation. After leaving school the fu-
ture leader of a great political organ-
ization worked in John Roach’s ship-
yard, He was athletic alid handy with
bla fists, nnd In a couple of yeurx lie
was the acknowledged boss Of the boys
In (he shipyard.
Young Murphy then started a saloon
and naturally drifted into politics. In
Ibis he was so successful Unit ten
years ago Rkhard Croker’made him
leader of the Eighteenth district, where
ho bad always lived In fact, he never
lived anywhere else. lie has now suc-
There is quitting alwut Charlie Mur-
phy's manner or ben ring to (flstlngulsb
him In s crowd, lie always dresses *t her. It must In- lovely to be a
la black, bis scarfs are modest, and h« ftian.—f’htesgo lteeo$d Herald,
weara few jewels. He Is smooth shaved,
The Mjstrrions Mulit Thai For Years 1
Maantrd Cape \alr.
For many years on Cai>e Nolr, tba j
western point of Maria, a str&nga!
light was seen, dancing and moving
about in the most unaccountable man-
ner. At one moment it would rise like
a column of fire Into the air, ami at an-
other lime it would full like a meteor
Then It would seem to leap over the
point and drop Into the sea, afterward
appearing again In the same spot on
the hillside. The habitants tell this j
story nbout It:
In the time of the war for the |*»-
session of Canada a French vessel,
pursued by tin English worship,
steered Its course Into the liny at this
point for refuge. A Pont was lowered
from the side of the richly laden mer-
chantman, and In this thirteen men
swiftly rowed to the shore. Their oh- i
Jeet wnk to secrete n chest of gold
which they had brought with them. On j
reaching the point they drew lots to
see which of the men (liquid remain
to guard the' treasure. The one to j
whom the lot fell was forced to swear !
a solemn oath, by land and sea, h,v )
night and day, by the ruler of the \
nether world, that he would In' faithful
to the trust through life, unless re-i
Moved tiy his returning comrades, anil j
even after death would hntint the spot j
should no ono come to take his place, !
says a writer In the Era.
To secure the fulfillment of this vow i
his wteked associates then and there j
put him to death und buried him with |
the treasure. Tint ghostly light was j
supposed to be the spirit of the titur- |
dered tnan, and many persons who, j
tempted by the hope of recovering the !
treasure, ventured Into the haunted j
spot fled in terror ami told tjlood \
curdling stories of the horrible plum j
toms and frightful Rights which they I
had witnessed. The light Is seen no
longer. Perhaps some adventurer!
bolder than the rest succeeded in ills j
covering the gold, curried It off and j
thus gave rest to the unquiet spirit. i
TO CURE CORNS.
A Few nrmrdlrs. Cheap nail Simple,
anil luvlllvluil; No Haulier.
When the feet are pressed Into tight I
fitting short-high heels make the |
pressure greater -by adding friction |
we have a neetllelikc point formed In |
the skin, and the greater the pressure j
the deeper tho point will grow. The ]
best preventive remedy known Is real- j
ly to go barefooted, but since this Is
not considered ethical In civilized life I
will give a few simple remedies which
may be of some value for the affilcted:
First—IMuee on the corn n piece of
cold, moist linen folded several times,
wrap It up In dry linen, then go to bed
With this treatment the hard rpidcr \
nils swells up, nnd after six or eight j
hours the outer covering of the corn j
can be removed with a dull knife.
When this treatment lias been followed j
for three or four days, a small needle |
like growth (the corn) can be extracted
without pain or bleeding. By washing
the feet often In cold water the tender
place will heal rapidly. After getting (
rid of this corn It Is well lo wear shoes
which are neither too large nor too
small so as to avoid cxeesnlvv pressure
Second. - In place of the linen n crust
of bread soaked la vinegar may be ap-
Third.—The best application Is to
soak a whole onion twenty-four hours
lu vinegar, then apply one of the layers
of the onion to the corn nud keep it In
place by a bandage through the night.
After repeating this procedure n few
times the corn can be removed without
any trouble. By either-of these simple
applications this troublesome ngiqit
can be removed without any danger of i
blood poison and “free of charge.’*—fit I
Hefrnetlre Fewer of Hie (tali>.
The primitive form of the spinel
ruby is like that of the diamond, eight
sided, which iRsUnguIslieH it at once
from the oriental stone. The color of
the genuine ruby is that of the arte
rial blood, or pigeon's blood, u« It Is
called. It Is extremely hard nud after
the sapphire Is the hardest of the
corundums, which renders It difficult
to understand why the earth so rarely |
gives It up. Its tint is a* immitlfitl by j
artificial light as h.v day. nnd Its pow-
ers of reflection are so great that an- :
dent la-llef credited It with power of |
emitting light. The ancients even sum j
posed that It would shine through j
Clothing with undlminlshed power.
The (;«*rmnti W'lfe’s Vaeallon.
It Is a common practice In Berlin for j
the wife to stay at home when the hits
band and family go to the seaside. In j
(Ids way the wife enjoys her own holi-
day. for there Is no housekeeping to be i
done She foregathers with friends - j
“grass widows.” like herself-and they ,
take their.meals nt restaurants, spend !
their afternoons and evenings at popti- I
lar places of cut eft a In mailt and thor- |
oughly enjoy themselves.—London Ex-
When a man gets tired out and 111,
bn goes fishing, returning shortly with
three wall eyed pike, restored health
aud « blister on hi* nose. When a wo
man feds (list way, she hangs around
the house and cries If anybody looks
"Captain Maoklln,” by Richard
“Temporal Power,” by Marie
“Wolfville Nights." by Alfred
“Castle Oraueyerow," by Goo.
I have these in stock today and
215 San Antonio St.
Bookseller and stationer
“Loce and the Soul Hunters,”
by John Oliver Hobbs.
"The Fortunes of Oliver Horn."
by F. Ilopkinson Smith.
“Donovan Pasha," by Gilbert
“A Speckled Bird,” by Augusta
all the other late books.
P. H. CURRAN.
•nd a derby Is hit usual headgear.
Croker duripg the many yeors of bis
leadership In Tammany never took a
drink. He smoked almost constantly
w. If not smoking, chewed on a black
cigar. So ikies Mrtrpby. The Dew
leader Is not a teetotaler, like Croker.
but lie drink* little. He nlmoat never
takes a drink In a crowd. Mr. Murphy
•wna married only recently. He 1* re-
puted to be w.-.ttb about $250,000.
He-8he holds her age well, doesn’t
She—Yes. She doesn't look a day
older than she aays she Is.—Philadel-
Art exhibit and reception at P
Feldman's Studio today from 2 till
10 p. m.
Noise anil Vary.
*Tze observed,” Mid Uncle Kphe,
! “dat wlf it good inauy men lung pow-
er an' lira lu power am lu Inverse pro-
portion."—Colorado Springs Gazette,
Well, old tuan Boozer
German Dill plcklts and saute kraut b,» b**" drlv',D of ‘n"’“ ot '»«»•
Juat received at th# Lon Gracsrv. Bcrend Citizen-Yon don’t any! By
_______. j the police?
COLD BEER, BIO KID." j first Citizen- No, the undertaker,.
AH these industries are
witnessed along the line
- - OF THE - -
Mexican Central Ry.
The Resources of Mexico are Unbounded.
The world has already be«n astounded tit Mexico's rest mineral pro-
ductions, and as yet the mining Industry is In Its Infancy. With thy
excellence of climatic nnd agricultural conditions, Mexico is des-
tined to become one of the leading countries In the world.
Mexico is the place for anyone with nerve
and ambition. It is the coming country.
For Other Information, Addreta
W. S. MEAD, Gom’l. Agt„ El Paso,
W. D. MURDOCK, A. G. P. A., Mexico,
C. R. HUDSON, G. F. & P. A., Mexico
No part of the paper Is read more
than the Classified Columns. It Is
the, pulse between the advertiser and
the reader. There la no class of ad-
vertising that brings larger returns
than those little want "ads.” Prepare
your little want “nd" nnd bring It In.
Only 1 cent a word. No "nd" taken
for leas than 15 cents.....
Per word, one Insertion.......... 1c
Per word, four consecutive Inser-
Per word, seven consecutive In-
Per word, each consecutive inser-
tion, ten times or more.,......1-2c
San Antonio, Texas and
On sale October 17th to 28th, film! limit to leave San Antonio Oc-
New Orleans, La., and
Onfi sale November 10th ami ilih, limited to leave New Orleann not
later than November 18th.
New Orleans, La., and
On sale November 8, 9 and 10, final limit ,to leave New Orleans
H. B. ABBOTT, W. R. FAGAN,
City Passenger & Ticket Agent. General Agent.
El Paso, Texas,
8an Antonio and Oregon 8treets.
Follow th* Flag.
^8t. Louis, Chicago Detroit,
\ Niagara Falls,
1 Buffalo, New York, Boston,
AND ALL EASTERN CITIES
Tb« Shortest and Only l.in* Running Over Its Own Track from Kac
•as City or 8L Louie to Niagara Falla and Buffalo.
With all modern conveniences.
Time and Service Unexcelled
Three Solid Fast Through Trains Daily
8tap-over allowed on all tickets via Niagara Falla.
Meals served in the celebrated Wabash Palace Dining Cara.
For furthar Information inquire of Coupon Ticket Agents or ad-
dreaa W. F. CONNER.
8. W. P. A., Dallas, Tex.
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