El Paso Daily Times. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 243, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 25, 1885 Page: 2 of 4
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THE OrriCIAL PAPER OF THECIIlf.
EL PASO, TEXAS, JAN. 2>, 1885.
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WittUi the city limits, <tdivert! by carrier, 27
ceati p«r week.
To w»y i>»rt of Mexico,|5additional pet year
11 ooTir pottage.
All communication! on bupinen or other mut-
er* mint be addreexed to HATK A HART,
Editors and Managers.
The Times in the only daily paper pub-
lished in SI Paso with lebyraphic news.
The Times office is on East Ocerland
street, in the brick building, nearly oppo-
site the fire bell tower.
The Times mill lie delivre I daily at your
home or place of business for 2o cents per
Suhscril'trx out o f the City must pay the
subscr/plion price in a Irance. We shall din-
continue, sending the popi-r tfter the expira-
tion of the time paid for.
jcixje Tut it man when on the su-
preme bench of Ohio, gave h'<i opinion
of the for e and effect of the common
law of England iu which h* »nys:
"The English common law. no far a*
it Is reasonable in itself, suitable to the
condition aad business of our people,
and consistent with the letter ami spirit
•f •nr tsderal and state constitutions sua
statutes, has been and is followed br our
courts, and nay be said to constitute a
part of the common law of Ohio. But
wherever it has been found wanting in
either «f these requisites, our courts have
n»t hesita'ed to modify it to suit our cir-
cumstances, or. if necessary, to wholly
depsrt from it."
This opinion shows the judge not to be
trammeled by precedents or hoary tradi-
tions, but alive to new ideas and the
growth of circumstances surrounding.
Th* Times is haTiug translated the
new miuiug code of Mexico, and will
Issue it in pamphlet form next week—
price, two dollars. It is a tery valuable
book to those who are interested in mines
U Mexico, or who contemplate gtioli an
investment. Orders sent to the Tikes
office will meet with prompt attention.
The members of the legislature pass-
ed the per diem sad mileage bill without
any discission, or without any adverse
votes. It is strsnge, but never the less
true, how a "fellow feeling'1 makes us
wondrous kind. The Kimbrough bill
against the practice of carrying conceal-
ed weapons, makes this practice an of
fence under penalty of a flae of not, less
than one hundred dollars, nor more than
five hundred. The bill alio makes it a
penitentiary offence for any persoa to
carry or exhibit any pistol, knife orbrsss
knucks at any church, muster, lecture,
ball, or at any voting place during an
election. That arrest, msy be made for a
violatioa of the felony clause on credible
information to an officer, and further
provides that if an officer on such infor
mation or on his|own knowledge refuses
to make the arrest, he shall be liable to
be fined In an amount not less than tlfty
■or more than one hundred dollars
Those are tho main features of the bill,
sad the impression prevails tnat it will
become a law.
The members from the west and fron-
tier counties are making a strong tight
for keeping the ranger force intact, but
it seems a foregone conclusion that if not
all retired and wiped out, it will be so
•masculated as to be powerless to stop
the shocking murders along the Rio
Grande. Tho legislature seems inclined
to attack the law granting charters of in
corporation, and so amend the same ss
to make It more difficult to procure char-
ters. This question is one which should
he handled with careful thought. The
combination of capital has much 'to do
with the development of a state. Of-
ten when smarting nnder one excess, we
fly to the opposite extreme, which
equally as hurtful.
By the extract takeu from the Alta
California, it will be seen that tho sub
Ject of Irrigation even in the chamber of
commerce of San Francisco takes pre
cedent* of all other questions, and it
seems to us that the same reasons should
hold good In our case. We trust the Im
portance of this measure will not be over
looked, or lest sight of by our western
members of the legislature. The Alta
From the number of Important subjects
named for consideration, the meeting of
the tan Francisco chamber of commerce
which is to bo held this afternoon at!
O'clock, should be oue of great interest
The proposed national baukrnpt law, the
Australian mail service, the Spanish
American reciprocity treaty, the Taiual
pals signal station, and bills of lading are
sorno of the subjects upon which sction
is to be taken. But there is another o
still greater importance, viz.: Irrigation
legislation. When the representatives of
the lrrigstion interests met in convention
last month to formulate their demands,
they acknowledged to themselves, in
view of the obstructions which had al
ready so often proved fatal to this legis-
lation, that successs was Improbable
Villain th»y could have the support..
the business interests of San Francisco.
Those interests, they felt, were jnst as
■such, if not quite so directly, Interested
In the progress of the lower counties of
tho state as the people living in them,
tad therefore the irrigators looked to the
commercial bodies of 8au Francisco to
utter a vigorous protest against the policy
•f permitting tho streams of the state te
remain in the grasp of the ripariinWu,
benefiting nobody, while the plains are
wduced to arid barrenness for lack ot the
water. Not to settle the irrigation trou-
bles st thl» session of the legislature will
be to keep thousands of people out of the
•tftttand postpone the revival of business
la Sat Francisco. It i« in the light
•och facts as these that the chamber
oo amerce is asked to tske action. j
The people of Albuquerque are having
a lively time in trying to defeat the col-
lection of taxes levied to pay interest on
the capital and penitentiary bonds. The
sheriff of the county has been ordered by
the governor to proceed to collect this
tax, and the tax-payers expect to stay
him by an injunction until the legality of
theic bonds can be tes ed and determined
In the courts.
THE TEXAS & PACIFIC RAILWAY.
The gubernatorial timber in Arizona
seems to be exceedingly plentiful. The
Arizona Star says there are thiiteen can-
didates in the tield,six candidates for sec-
retary, four for United States marshal,
tweenty-eight ,or United States attornej
and about two hundred for the minor
places. The flat of President Cleveland
will necessarily be a blight to the hopes
of many of ihege applicants. As our
neighbor says, "in«n\' think they sre
called,butfew will be chosen." It is but an
illustration of the hopefulness of man's
nature, as4Pope wrote: "Hope springs
e'erusl in the human breast; man never
is, but always to be blest."
City Ticket Office at corner of old Central Hotel.
TONE* ORLEANS Al EETUENra ST. IMS FOR $50.
These tickets are good for sixty days, and allow you ten days to reach New Oi -
lcans after you start frotn Kl Paso, and the same number in which to return.
This enables you to step off at Kansas City, St. Louis, or other points, about tlve
days, both going and returning.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars
KLEGAXT ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ALL CLASSES OF TRAVEL'10
Kansas City,l>t. Louis, Chicago, New York
Boston, Philadelphia, Washington
AND ALL POINTS
NORTH AND EAST
F. C. GAY, Genl Agt El Paso, Texas
W. F. WHITE, C. L. MIXER,
FROM EL PASO TO GALVESTON, NEW ORLEANS, ST LOUIS, AND
ALL EASTERN POINTS.
Passengers for Points in Central America, Belize and British
Will receive information as to sailing of steamers by applying to the Traveling
Passenger Agent of the Co. at the Texas & Paeille ofiice, under the Central Hotel.
SOLID TRAINS RUN THROUGH TO ST. LOUIS WITH PULLMAN ,
BUFFET CARS. THROUGH SLEEPERS TO NEW ORLEANS.
Rates as Low as any Other Line.
A. D. SHEPARD, Agent El Paso. J. F. DUNLAP, Trav. Pass. Agt., EI Paso.
15. W. McCULLOGII, W. II. NEWMAN
Gcn'l Pass, and Ticket Agt. Galveston Traflie Manager Galveston.
l. h. suott.
i. ma OM AN US.
T. MAGMAS US
F. MACMANUS & SONS,
This powdei neve varies. A marvo
of purity strength and wholesomeness.
More economical than the ordinary
kinds, and cannot be sold in competition
with the multitude of low ttst, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders
sold otilv in cans. ROYAI BAKING
POWDER CO., 100, Wall treet New
K, of P.
Rcrular mooting, First ami Third
Mumluy In eiicli month. Visiting
brethren cordially invito 1.
i. Itl.um.o. c.
A. F, c*J A. M.
Regular meeting* First mid Third Wednesday
hvciuncH ut 7 :tto i). m
Evenings lit " so p. m.
F. P. Clank, Sec;
Kiting Hretliren cordially invited.
,...» i--. w. h. Mitch six, v. m.
KINGHTS of 110N0K.
Kl Pftio Lodge No, 2881 meets every first and
third Thursday iu the month over the'PostoftU e
F. i\ clakk, l)i tutor.
A. kaplan, Iteporier.
B. of L, F.
NKW YEAR LODGE, No, 135, 11. of L f,
meet* it their hull, near Grand Central Hotei,
oa the second, third and fourth Sundays of
taeli mouth. D, U.MOKKISKY,N<cy.
0. K. C.
Meets at Odd Fellows Hull, first and third
Saturday evenings of each month.
D. K.UIHMER, C.C.
F, A, TAYI.OK, 8. A T,
Knights and Indies of Honor.
Rio Grand !.odge No. iiiii meets every second
*n;i fourth Thursday In the month over the I'ost-
o«ee. i. In.I'M,l',e-ideiit.
t . A. TllUUsTON, >oo
CALL AT THE
OVEUD BEER IALL,
GOOD FRESH BEER
and fine Cigars. Rooms to rent.
Uncle John Woods, Prop.
Overland Coal and Wood Yard.
All kinds of fuel lowest prices.
A constant and full supply of
COAL, COKE & CHAR-
Wood of all kinds. Apply to
SOLE AGENT FOR MCALLISTER
COAL AND COKE.
General Passenger and Ticket Agent
Local Agent, El Paso.
Importers and Bankers
I. EFRON & CO.,
EFRON & SCHHAM.
127 l'earl Street, N. Y,
BROOK &c CO.,
And agents for
El Paso Street, Opposite W. G-. Walz & Co's
I. EFRON" & CO.
THOMAS I1ERTNAN, Agent.
BUYERS OF HIDES and SKINS
EL PASO, TEXAS.
W. J. LEMP'S
St. Louis Lager Besr, and
Wm. J. Lemp's Export Bottled Beer.
Keg Beer Shipments a Specialty.
HOXJCIC & DIETER,
N I I
?|k| I" I
CD | Hr-I
Cb* o (/)
Fourth and Chihuahua sts.
EL PASO TEXAS.
Ml Pato Lady No. '.'s i
i. o. o, y.
In P. O. llitlldlug, San An-
totiln street. Kegulm
meeting ovury Kridtiy
rVlaitlni; l)rother« Cordially Invited
Clil'BLL. U. K. KHUIN
Kec.Sec, N o
he California Store,
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes.
My «tock is new and complete tndof the very latest style?. Call and examine
goods and prices. Always on hand, a FULL LINE OF CALIFORNIA GOODS
Fewel Block - - El Poso, Texas
Till fli II
C. T. JACKSON.
A. W. JACKSON
C. T. Jackson & Co.,
Lumber, Laths, Shingles, Doors,
SASH, BLINDS, TRANSOMS
Moulding, Plaster, Cement,SEtc.
office and Yard
East Overland St,
i- .i i-.. ..j'-i
• 1 -it-
Coffin & Seeton,
Grain, Hay and Ground Feed.
Wholesale Dealers in FLOUR.
Special Price# on Car Lots and Goods Delivered Free
of Charge on Cars.
El Paso, Texas
TRANSFER 11(. COMPANY
CORNER OF WEST OVERLAND AND SANTA FE STREETS
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND SADDLE HORSES FOR HIRE
,1 ™ephr !:°"npel,on No- 92- All Orders attended to Day and Night. Car-
lages In attendance at arrival aud departure of all trains. "
P. F. BRICK, Mimager.
The Leading House in ihe West
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Favorite Resort for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Oysters in Every Style at all Hours,
Fresh Game and Fish of all kinds
KINNE& WALTER, Proprietors.
J-. K.. KRAT1R
WHOLESALE AND. RETAIL
g ip Q ty «¥3
EL PASO, - - TEXAS
EL PASO STREET.
MCBRAYER WHISKY A SPECIALTY.
WINES AND DOMESTIC CISARS.
J'TBST CLASS MUSIC
OIjTXB ROOMS ATACHED
KETELSEN <k DEGETAU.
EL PASO, Texas, CHIHUAHUA and CUSIHURIACHIC, Mex.
WHOLESALE DEALER? IN
General Merchandise. Ji
Shipping and Commission Jlorcliants.
ijiirtatioii aai Furiariiw of Cmatneiits into Sexico a Mir
r, , „ , ^ SOLE AGENTS FOR Tlir
Hazard Powder Co. of New York I n,„ v .
I New Home Sewing Machine Co.
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El Paso Daily Times. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 243, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 25, 1885, newspaper, January 25, 1885; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth503536/m1/2/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.