El Paso Times. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. Eighth Year, No. 76, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 29, 1888 Page: 3 of 8
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El Paso Times, Thursday, March 29, 1888.
WEST OVERLAND STREBr.
Finest Livery in the City.
Feed and Sale Stables, a Corral Attached.
M. A. DOLAN, Proprietor
Coffin fie Seeton
□ WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
All kinds of Garden and Grass Seeds
No. 306 EL PASO STREET.
Sewing machine re
pair work a specialty
WALZ & GO., Music Dealers, MyarOpra House.
El Paso, Texas.
Emerson & Berrien,
Mattresses and Curtains made to order. Prices lower than elsewhere Largest
gtock in the Southwest. Determined toseil.
WATCHES, GOLD and
B. SCHUSTER * CO.
Examine our Sample Rooms of
Wholesale Dry Goods.
tSTThe largest and most variedstock in tlia southwest at Bed Rock Prices.
M. L. BACON,
Has everything required
Ns 406 El Paso Street,
ousckeeping and sells at the Lowest Prices.
- - Opposite Windsor Hojel
el paso, texas.
Lands in Mexico and the Southwest and Live Stock
Have unequaled facilities for the purchase and sale of lands in Mexico and for
supplying any class of stock in quantities to suit purchasers. Grazing lands a spe-
cialty. Correspondence solicited.
SMITH & THOMPSON
Produce § Commission,
s. Oranges, Potatofl,
Butter, Lemons, Onions,
Cheese, Pine Apples, Cabbage,
Oleomargarine, Strawberries, Nuts,
Codfish, Herring, Halibut.
Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
MONARCH BLOCK, EL PASO. TEXAS.
X P. JOHNSON. (Established^ 1862) JOHN JULIAN
JULIAN & JOHNSON,
Bole Ageata for Joseph Schlitt Milwaukee Beer^
DON'TS WORTH KNOWING.
Don't forget to close your Iron shutters at
Don't allow steam pipes to be in contact
with wood or inflammable material.
Don't allow electric lights or wires on your
premises which are not properly protected.
Don't fail to have your fire buckets filled,
and tost hose and fire appliances from time to
Don't allow smoking on your premises
where any combustible goods or materials
Don't allow any kerosene oil lamps to be
filled after dark. Filling lamps near a fire is
Don't allow benzine, gasoline, naphtha or
explosives in your place. Your insurance
policy prohibits it.
Don't allow ashes to be put in a wooden
box or barrel in your building. Always
have an iron ash caii.
Don't allcvw sawdust to be used for catch-
ing oil drippings from machines or elevator
gearing. Band is safe.
Don't allow sawdust to be used on floors or
in spittoons. It causes many fires ignited by
cigar stumps or cigarettes.
Don't fail to have all elevators or hoist-
ways provided with good trap doors or
hatches, and have these shut at night.
Don't forget to keep the lamps filled and
wicks in good order. When the oil is low it
generates gas which is liable to explode.
Don't forget that neglect and carelessness
are the cause of more fires than all other
things, and enforce rules to guard against
Don't allow matches to be kept loose or in
paper boxes, but only in metal or earthen
safes. Those lighting only on the box are
Don't allow your stairs or hallways to be
blocked up or used for "storage," or rubbish,
hay, straw, etc., to accumulate or remain on
Don't allow any oily waste or rags to be
thrown on the floor, but only in a metal can
with cover, and have them taken out of the
building every night; they are self igniting.
Don't allow stoves or heaters on your prem-
ises which are not securely set on stone,
cemented brick or metal, and be sure that all
woodwork near the stoves or pipes is care-
fully protected with metal.
Don't allow any greasy or oily rags ;or
papers to be mixed up with clean clippings,
or a larger amount of clippings to remain in
your place (even if clean and in bales) than is
Dont allow any loose jointed gas brackets
on your premises, which could be swung
against woodwork, or any gas brackets with-
out wire screens, or globes, if hay, straw,
light materials or window curtains are near
them.—New York Mail and ExDress.
THE LATEST IN JEWELS.
Texas and Pacific Railway
The Great Popular Route
Two bows of closely twisted gold wire
form a pleasing pattern for links.
A torch of silver, from which issues flames
of gold, is an oddity ia scarf pins.
A wild duck with widespread wings of
enamel on silver is a unique idea in brooches.
A pretty idea in scarf pins is a crab in
green enamel, with claws and an edging of
A Roman of gold, in the center of
which is set an ancient IJoman coin, is an
odd brooch recently seen.
A pretty match box recently seen repre-
sented a half burned cigar in gold. The ashes
were of oxidized silver.
Cable-links of corrugated gold wire make
a fashionable bracelet largely sought after
by lovers of solid jewelry.
A unique idea in scarf pins is a fishing rod
of gold with suspended line. On the end of
the line is a small diamond.
Two fishing rods of gold, crossed and sup-
porting in the center a fish and fish bag of
the same material, are an attractive brooch.
' An owl's head of Roman gold, connected by
means of two links to a tree bough of the
same material, does service as a cuff button.
In watches a pleasing style recently seen
was a silver case shaped as a horseshoe and
topped with a large bit of the same material.
A desk weight recently seen was a fqjir-inch
boar's tusk set against a large oak leaf of ox-
idized copper and topped by a boar's head in
An acorn's husk of Etruscan gold, set in
the center with a large pearl surrounded by
a circle of small diamonds, is an unique idea
in ear drops.
A huntsman's large horn of gold, in the
center of which is the head of a fox held in
place by a large hunting whip, is a neat idea
in brooch designs.
A beautiful brooch recently seen was a
large golden arrow, the barb of which was a
mass of small diamonds, while the feather
tips were set with rubies and sapphires.
Two horseshoes of platinum, held together
at the center with a golden riding whip, over
which lies a jockey cap of opals and dia-
monds, is a pretty brooch recently seen.
A series of flexible links, half of each link
being made of enameled Etruscan gold and
the other half of the plain material, is a de-
sign in bracelets that attracts favorable at-
An elaborate design in paper cutters is one
with a broad, heavy handle of handsomely
etched oxidized silver and blade of mother
of pearl, studded at different portions with
small silver knobs.
The Don Quixote lead pencil is a pleasing
little affair. It consists of aj long golden
tube, at the top of which is a miniature sil-
ver figure of the knight of the rueful coun-
tenance in full armor.
The figure of a female of silver gilt bronze,
dressed in the old German style, with long,
wide bottomed skirts, is the shape of a drink-
ing cup which is being introduced m are-
vival of mediaeval fashion
In ear drops a unique design recently seen
ooniisted of hollowed bedjs of f.oraan gold
ornamented with small flArar 'designs in red
and blue enamel, and set in a network of
gold wire, which partially covered with
diamonds the openings at the sides.
Anextravagat idea in drinking horns, or
wassail cups, is a Ask Of bronse, the whole
body of whteh is covered with a series of
enameled pictures representing various
toasts. The fish is held aloft by a mermaid
of hronse, who supports hersslf on the back
of a large tartle hj her tail of variookred
The East & West
Short Line to New Orleans
'AND Hi IN-
Faverite Line to the North, East and Southeast
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars
St. Louis and Dallas, Ft. Worth, El Paso
and San Francisco, Cal.
Marshall & New Orleans
Solid Trains, El Pasc to St, Louis,
Fast Time, First-Class Equipment, Sure Connection
See that your tickets read via Texas aud Pacific Railway
For Maps, Time Tables, Tickets, Rates and ail required
information , call on or address any of the Ticket Agents o*
H. C.' Archer Traveling Passenger Agent.
E. L. Sargent, Trav. Pass Fr't. Agt.,El l?aso, Texas
jno. A. Grant, B. W. MqCullougfa, ,,
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General Manager, Gen. Pass & Tl't Ag'i
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El Paso Times. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. Eighth Year, No. 76, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 29, 1888, newspaper, March 29, 1888; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth503095/m1/3/: accessed January 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.