The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 19, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 18, 1880 Page: 4 of 8
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'I BE PALLAS HETCAD SATUH:
'iOMn pecemiver is -hkv.
T2E DALLAS DAILY HERALD.
PFCUTS. ELLIOTT: A HALL.
JJj.'S at if J'.-is.'-oJIki at DalUa XlX(u ui
Beoonn cum mettfl.
Indictions Qtt'f winds generally muthwrit to
northwest or norlft; ttutUmary or ilowly risimj
barum'tir; a tight fill in the wuthtr and in
northern portion! partly cloudy.
A ltlg K.dltlon or thn Herald.
On Sunday morning noxt several thousand
extra copies of tho Hbrald will bo issued
containing a description ef tho commercial
and manufacturing interests of tha city. It
will be a splendid medium for making known
the particular branches of industry in D.illas
and advertisers should take advantage of it.
General Bhn.tamik Harrison of Indi-
ana a grandson of President Harrison is
not only an able and successful lawyer but
be is a stalwart republican and seemingly
lands the best chance for tho United States
gonato to succoed Senator McDonald of
any olhor man in h! "trite.
Tub Miefiasippi valley cottoa planter's
association Is testing the tneritB of a new pa-
tent tho Black cotton picker. Tho Ust
black cotton picker this country ever saw
was mado a man und brother by proclama-
tion and act of congrorj a fow years ago.
"Uxkas v lies tho head that wears a crown"
is a quotation all of us are familiar with but
for all that almost anybody would bo willing
to have his head uuoaiy for a short while to
own the crown of England. Its value is
twenty diamonds around the circle $150000;
two l.rgo centro diamonds i?li00()0; fifty-four
Smaller (.iamonds Si!7000; four crosses of
diamonds $G0000; four large diamonds on
thn tops of Ihecropses $20000; twelve din-
maids iu lluur-de-lis 50000; eighteen emall-
or diamonds in the aanio $10000; pearls otc
on arches and crosses $50000; ono hundred
' and forty smaller diamonds $25000; twenty-
six diamonds in the upper cross 1000 and
two circles of poHrls about tho rim 15000
milking a grand total exclusive of the coal
of the gold a:id tho workmanship of $ 1-3-600.
Tun lute James K. Brown of Kittanning
Pennsylvania was heoriless of the eklr Wei
lor's dvicu to his son "Samivel" to "bevara
of vidders." Ho died rocoiilly leaving
$2500000 in money and property and in
hit will mado in 1871 ho bequeathed to
every widow in Kittanning and wifa who
shall become a wiJow including tho girls of
'Kittanning who shall marry $25. Ho also
left an annuity of $1090 to thuKittannirg
Presbyterian church and genorous bequests
ta tho general assombly of tho Presbyterian
church of tho United Slates Presbytorian
b 'rdj of nilusiou education nJ publication
ttie Presbyterian geuoral assembly fund and
the Presbyterian bible society. Tho residue
of his property ho divided equally botween
his daughter and granddaughter.
Mr John Keeley tho motor mi cemis to
the front again. He does this regularly
evory yi ar when ho gets the stockholders of
tho motor company toother and makes re-
port of progress in the perfection of his new
motor. He declared some years ago that he
Lad discovered a principlo iu nature and had
invented a maehino with which with a quart
of ordinary hydrant wntor ha cou'd run a
heavy tram of cars over any railroad any
distance required. He of course created a
commotion for a while and ho succeeded
in organizing a company and getting capital
with which to work on his machina. Ho has
novor yet boon abio to got his maehino to
work exactly but ho is always reporting that
he is nearly read)'. Tha stockholders held
meeting in Philadelphia a fow days ago
and the Press thus speaks of it : "Thero
wero proiont over sixty gentlemen includ
ing about twonly from New York
the wholo attondaaco by per-
sons and proxies representing
73812 shares of tho 100000 issuod. ' Inas
much as 15.42 1 sharoi of tho entire number
Issued are in tha treasury of ths company it
Will be seen that nearly all the stock issuod
was represented. Edward J. lUndall of
Jf w York prssidod with Charles V
Schuollermann as secretary. Mr. Schuollor-
maun read' the annual report of tho board of
director! which related concisely all that
Mr. Keoly claims to have accomplished in
the past and whit he expects to do in the
future. It briefly stated tbst tho generator
i'or tho development ot tho power is a perfocl
maehino Bud that tho vibratory cngino for
its utlli.ition is aow noarly completed rcn-
djrirg its practical application a question of
but very short time. Tho report further as-
s:'.a that tho utilization of thn maehino for
Tecompressing hay and cotton testing
tha tensilo quality of metals and for
gunnery is a ilxad fact and that
the time'.is near at hand when Mr. Kctly
will be enabled to get out his patents and
thus rrpty the stockholders for their utitir
lng pationce and energy. In conclusion tha
directors expreisod thoir gratillcation at
being enabled to say that many of the C37
stockholders representing ths company took
an intorost in the motor in its 'iuf.ncy and
invested '.in tha first shares of stock issued
At the conclusion of the reading of the re
port Kadcllffe Baldwin of Now York stated
that two million dollars are annually ex-
ponded In Now York alono for compressisg
cotton prior to Its shipment to Europe and If
Mr. Keely's machine could do nothing mora
tin perform that work it would be a valu-
able invention and amply recompense tha
stockholders for the interest they havo mani-
fested in it. Tho report caused a mutual In-
terchange of congratulations among the
. stockholders and It as Uecidud that some
action was necessary la ordor to express their
gratification at Mr. Keoly's steady progress
and brilliant prospects.
DALLAS 30ACD OF T2i.rE.
Tho Dallas Board of Trade organized and
Inaugurated some month? ago bus just had a
Bi:it of nice rooms iu tho Oram building on
Elm street fitted up and furnished for its ure
and holds its first meeting in its now quar-
ters Monday night. Tho Board numbers
among its members tho principal merchant!
and business men of the city and it can as
tho ft.unlaiu huad for the inauguration of
enterprise of a public nature do much in
fsct do an iacalculiiblo amount of good for
tho city. Wo hardly think it is sayirg too
much to sirggest that this Board of Trade
can make or mar DhIIhs. It certainly can
accomplish a vast deal ij the direction of de-
veloping new iudustrien op ning up new
fluids of trade and givimr an impute
to tho growth and prospority of
tho. city of a substantial charactor.
Who should study nod discuss tho needs of
our city and the means of supplying those
needs if it is not our business men? And
how can they do this better than in thoir in-
tercourse with each other at tho Board of
Trado meetings':1 "What is everybody's
business is nobedy's bushiest" is a trite say-
ing with a lamor.tnble donl of forse in it.
Without an organized head to take initiatory
stops to start the b ill to rolling our people
might talk on the streets and through the
press day aftor day und month after month
until those atoms of time ru. into yearsabout
what ought to be done a:.d vtimt the conse-
quences would bn if it vas not dono and
still no action would bo taken becauso
ovorybotly would wait for sonm one olso to
move lirst. With a Hoard of Trado to as
sume tho responsibility of acti g on suggea- j
tions calculated to enhance the city's wolfire
and to mnUn a begining then thero will be
somebody to attend to "everybody's busi-
ness." Now Dallas needs n cotton factory
for inotiinco. All tho facilities for thn en i-
nent success of such an enterprise arc !.-
hero and it requires but tho slightest ch-:
on tho part of tho;o who wish to help D ill.'
and help thomiclves ton to avail themselves
of them. With tho riv.-r that Dallas has
flowing through it a New England town
would long ago havo had its bunks lined with
manufactories. Thn raw article grows at our
vary doorfl. All tho building material rentii-
sito for manufactory structures and for thn
homes of operatives is here. Tha climate is
mild and cquablo so that fuel and clothing
fur employes and their familcs would be
cheap items for them. JItat and broadstull's
aro ns abundant and living as low hero ns any
where in this entire country. . A market for
cotton yarns and cotton fabrics of all
descriptions is all around us mid wn havo the
railroad facilities for sending off tho products
ofthospindlosandtholooms wo could erect
in our midst. Ther capital is horo to start at
onco this industry and those who might
take stock in it would find from tho start
that tho enterprise in itself would bo a pay-
ing investment and that it would help tho
general trails and increaso the vnlue ef
property. Wo have uo doubt as to the pres-
ence of tho sparo capital hore and we be'.iovo
that if our pooplo wero fully alivo to tho im-
portance of an industrial establishment
such as a cotton mill that u
$ 200000 mwiufacUry would bo
put in oporation hero at or.co. Here is work
for the Board of Trade. Its members tho
business men of this city tho mon who make
tralllc and trndond commercial prosperity
llitiir daily study are gentlemen cf practical
sense matur.i judgments liberal views and
euterrnsn g natures and wo aro convinced
that if thoy will canvass this thing nmctig
themselves and look at tho question in all i'o
earnings that tha Board of Trado can inside
of a v.oi'k put in motion a joint stock scheme
t it -;ill culminate directly in a cotton mill
iu . ! .:lna that will give omploymunt to sev-
eral hundred mon and womon and advance
the gonertil prosperity of tho city to an un-
told degree. This is but one of tho features of
usefulness peculiar to a Board of Trado if it
is tr proper mission and
Imbued with any spirit of enterprise. We
look at Chicago and St. Louis and wonder at
their activity and their prosperity. Tho se-
cret of it lies in the fact that their business
men aro wide awake full of energy and will
and acheivo greatness and wealth far their
cities as well as their own individual pros-
parity by their enterprise nui their liberality.
If Chicago needs more water transportation
to tho east her Board of Trado takos the
mailer iu hand at onco and organizes a com
pany and establishes a lino of grain bsr.'os or
propellers on tho Like. If St. Louis requinrs
more eUamboatsor barges oa her river route
to the sea her Boari of Trade gets a joint
Stock company and supplies tho w.int. 1
eMier of thesn cities noeds- a now
Hilrcr.d their Board of Trado soes
to it that it is built. Tho live
men of these citios send ono dollar after
another and if thoy haven't gol tho dollar in
cish they check on thoir credit which is
capital. Atii anotuor branch of tho secret
is tha unity of action. Thorn is strength in
union. Two mon acting together can lift
moro than ten acting separately hcuico the
valui of joint stock companies of the conv
bination of capital money and credit. These
aro tha responsibilities that rest upon the
Dallas Board of Trade and U its wisdom
its promptness and its action Dallas looks
In a groat moasuro for her woll boiog and
development. There Is another matter of
immediate importance to our city tho so
lution of which If it doos not mainly dopond
upon tho action of tho Board of Trado san
bo materially aid'd and hastened tor tba ad-
vantage of Dallas. From Jefferson
the Toxas East Lino narrow EUR
railroad is complotel virtually to Urcenvillo
as tha cars will enter that town on the 20lh
instant. That read is headod for this secticn
of country seeking for connection with ths
railroad system of this region and trade for
its trains. Tho cmipaoy has not decided
where to strike the Houston & Texas Central
though McRioney is the ostcn'.ibls objective
point. On tho fret of ui alters at they now
stand consid'irii.g the various railroad com-
binations e( Into it Is apparent that tha man-
agers of that road on be Induced to bring It
to Didl.-.s. It is superfluous fir us to set
forth the advantages to uccrualothto Didli.s
and to thu road itself for it to come here-
Hero is work for our Board ef Trade and lit
it seo to it that the proper inducements are
otfVrt: J 10 bri::g the Host Line to Dallas. To
s..-u:o this roi.d would be a splendid
achievement for our Ho ird of Trade and wo
ask will it bo eoul to ths nmerMiiev!
1 KiU .?....
T. W. Henderson of the low firm of Hen-
derson lioall & Bromwood was in the city
Mr. Thomas B. Mitchell has set a good
example by erecting eomo mn sidewalks
at and near tho corner ot Peart r.d Livo
Mr. R. F. Sayers representing tho Honston
Ago is in tho cily a auest of tho St. Georgo
hotel on business for his paper.
Major John Henry Brown and his daugh-
ior M iss L'zzie loavo this morning on a has-
ty trip ntrthwest but expect to be again at
home bofore Christmas.
Porter ltandall a prominent citiznn of To-
peka Kansas and a brother of Air. E. S.
Uandall arrived in the city yesterday and
will probably locate here.
Mr. George C. Blythe latoof Dallas is
now in St. Louis under modical treatment
rapidly recovering and engaged in success
ful business. St. Louis will bo his futuro
Walt B. Wills tho affable and popular
rtprrenritnlive of (J. r. Green manufacturer
of Green's Aueust Flower who iufinuates
himself into tho good graves of all without
knowing it is in tho cily.
H'iv. A. H. Iteat tho newly appointnd
pastor of the Tabernacle M. E. Church
has arrived in tho city from Indianapolis
with his faniilv and will occupy his pulpit
noxt Sunday both morning end evoning.
A EbpliKiitf'iil AO.'iir.
Tho reception rooms of II r. and Mrs. J.
L. Leonard at tho (Irsjd Windsor hotel
wero last evening tho' scene ef a most joyous
and h:ippy tircumtit ir.c? viz : ti e birthduy
j.-;.' t'o'i party of their 8n Willie just ten
. "'i Km bright glow of youth
!. . icily thes happy lit'lo one;
in " i. i i . ..! rcems to lovo to hoard her
tliKU.Mi... t.i. ns nil cui'Uii.ed against in-
vading earn passed several tiours in
delicious dance and childish games ; and in
their gossanwr links of feoiing each to each
in pretty phrnso revoalinir such sweet stulf
in half an hour that Wt older ones perchance
only can dream in half a year until thu
drowsy god pressed down thoir eyelids leav-
ing a brniht memento in a fadeless picture.
In an anto-room were
t'uncllna auil cilte ami alimiilance "f Irnii
Aii'lflW'-t julct'ol Ihumijiii'vei-Y niilni MMiit;
Wbri-ii lln; yuiiiioi ntliilit en or tlio oliler in
To a drop of thu liitiev.roi' fitiM Lani Syne.
Anions; tho children present wo noticed
Misses Roberta l' wr Mary Leake Ada
Murphv. Belle s Itaulah l ace Clara and
Marv Whitln. 'on Pepper Maggie Smith
Istelle and 1 ...j Hunt; and Masters Eugene
Alford Jimmie lace Wulter Leake
itichard Dailoy John and James
Uereford Zim and tlraft Hunt Horatio
Adams Juv Whitlft Jim snd Sydnov Smith
Frank. Georgia and Charlie GUes Johnnio
and Frank Godbold Wiilio and Kobbio
Gibson Abner and Jimmie Latliroi' Charlie
Grant; and also Wilho Waters and frankiu
Crunden. Along with thesa some older ones
were present to squander a lw precious
hours in weaving misty memories of tho pait
when life's beautiful initial found its jeweled
gateway to the fairy future duplicated Inst
night in little Willie's birthday.
"."Sorniiij; filari's"! Cor Christinas.
Tho proprietor cf Kl Epsiol smoker's
parlor nuniiiinees with imich'plri-urn I'm ar
rival ot a nice lot ot Al'irUm-. I Iron ".il'-rn-
ing Glory" braid of Havana iiliing cigars I
oineren expressly lor me noimay ir.top ana
now offered to his patrons at tho rbinnikably
low price of five cents.
A I'rvKvnt for Nmokers.
The most acecptablo present that could be
made to a re:itl?nian who smokes is a box
of lino imporVd cigars. Special indiro-
ments to pnrchitsers by tho box at El K-pa-nol's
smokor'S' parlor cornor Main and Pov-
Art Hill '1 limn iiiii to ISiillgr.
Tho telegram to tho Hkiuld from Tyler
published on Friday morning's iasuo stilting
that tho decision of tho lower court in the
the case of tha stnto of Texas vs. Adam
Thompson fir tho murder of old man Shu-
maker in 1S70 had beun affirmed hui ciusad
a ripplo of excitement among thoso who love
to witness hanging and that class aro now
warding to know how Uo pris-
oner took the nows and what
prxpariilions ho i3 making towards his swing
otf iuto eternity. The prisoner has not
heard of the decision of the appellate court
the ollieors kernine the nows from him fear
ing that he might suiciun. mo lacis ot tlio
niurdor have been repoatoilly published and
aro doubtleis fresh in tho minds of all.
Thomnon find West Pollard his partner in
the ei'iii" murdered old man Slnmiaker an
unolVending Gerui-m who kept a liltlo store
some six mi.os west ot ttio city l Hey kilie I
biin with an ax and clubs and robboi
him ef his money. Thoir arrest followed
and AVest Pollard "while 1 ins in Jail died.
Dunns' his sickness Pollard's physician ad
ministered morphine to him and it is
thought that Thompson secreted a
portion of tha deadly drug in order to tako
his lite 8"oiil(l his case Do auirmoj and it is
for this reason that tho newt has nit yol
been broken to him. His clothes will bn
changed and ho will at P"e" ho transferred
to another coll. The coi." ' -s not yet fixed
the day for his execution
Shot Ida : " '.!"!".
A son of Mr. J. S. Fm h farmer re-
siding abont three miles south oast of the
town of Lisbon in this county arrived in tha
city about ton o'clock last night ai:d s ntcd to
Sheriff Jodos that he and his father bail a
little pistol practice in tho foio part of the
night in RhieLi ho had shot und wounded
bis father. Shoriff Jones sent di puty
sheriff Smith to tho icone and up to tho
hour of going to prefs ho had not returned.
Foll!s who is addicted to di inking sprees
has for the put few days ben
drinking very hard and Friday he struck his
wife and otliarwise abusnd his family when ho
left homo. Last ovening lie appeared at tho
homo armed with a six-shooter and whi his
son came out opened on him which was re-
turned and tho old' man receiving a wound
was forced to retreat limping. Sevond shots
were exchanged and youna. Folhsisof the
opinion that the wound his father received
which he appeared to recrot was simply a
A ItttW IO THE I'l'JII.IC.
1. C. llrililcn A lira. 737 Klra Street
respectfully solicit tho patronage of and in-
vito tho citizens of Dallas to Inspoct their
fresh and comploto stock of suporior grocer-
ies. Constantly renewing our goods we keep
only the frsbest of groceries and guarantee
every article strictly as represented.
The closest atttmthm and caro bestowed
on all orders and tho utmost ctl'irt made to
giveentiro fntisftictiou toeurcustomurs. We
Euy fir cash and compote in prices with the
whole tradn of tho city.
It will bo a pleasure to snrvo you in our
linn tha coming yoar and wo most respect-
fully invito you to (xaniiue our stock before
A fine assort moat tf Christmas groceries
I'Olil'lll .l Kit
1. &C. Jl.VdllKE'S
Has cured nieof llvpep.
sin wliieli 1 liave halt lor
iwcnly years; a!; of a
-eveiu utiiirk ot l.iver
UntiL'li K.I). KATUN.
41U.N. Sth Si St. Louis.
fl- .1. & C. 3IAi I'IKK'S
lUiiHlunitio cnied me of
JOHN TIMu.NV.Sl" W.
Polk St. Chicago.
J'roiiioiic nf I ho oldest
steamboat ttyeuta iu thu
ht. r.ouis Xov. s isTs.
Sillfll 1 COIIIIIIIMII-I'd
nsini; J. S ('. .'NlMitiiini's
I 'nr dni'Miitro in in v liiml-
i in Is:.'. I lnivc hud no
docLois' i;iiis to ii;iv.
it. 1'. S.isS.
Kidhi liforp. A. Sweet
Iklilor of ir.o Te.v.is
.llHIllXAt. Of (.'OMMKIHT..
.l.iii C. Mutfnire'8 Clio-diiniii)-o
l.iver licilci- tlian I'alo-
inel. Thousands tin- nred
nf such a .Modii-irio sink
IntoDveiieplic graves it
should ho at tho com.
ma ml of ilu-whole world
ami wouid prove a lut-
as liie.-siiiK to tho hu-
UKuKUK A. S1VEET.
F:oiu (j. O. Gentry a
20 years compositor in
i ho ill i. Tiepiiblicuu Of-
lien M. Louis.
The lie-ilMur virtues of
F. A v. Miii'iiM o's I'litiilu.
ranijo are truly w oiali-r-1
til. l'ccliiig hrokeu-
lown mill miserahle
iroiii liver ilerani'iueiit
one hotlle of I iiiiui :m-
:o lfstorcd uut to iicrt'uiit
C. C. GENTRY.
From P. W. Couldocl-
Ihe ilisliiiijuisheil iiotur.
A few iluses of J. & O.
muilr u new liian of mo.
tFop? Sale Byo
Wccd I'.EGlCUiZ Co.
vSo9 Proprietors '.rsv
(!'!? .ny Dcceuihrr 1.4 liiso I will
ofler for mile I'nlilic Anctiou.Moniu
of IlinJIowt Ilcsiriililc
BUG1NESS & RESIDENCE
rri i -vi m
Iu County Kite of JEiiMtlntii! Itnincill-
Rt'!y;;n tlio lino o(;th( to rim
a Fii'i!r-:K. it.
i50000 Worth of DRY GOODS
Indies' UvuUFiacn'Ntt-ChUilrcirH noti A SIioph CIoaliH.l Dol
nil Clotlm iiucl M.'ittius
K-:lU'8ito in Path rni. ami Stvles . is ollered at a (ireat i:iluetlon to Iho Puhllc. Owinr- i
Z 'ruUlle n"" reCeiV'J' tlW lUa0 i8 Uml'1"' '" '"" wu
TA.Inlfli.ll..JWk.i . ...
; "" ' V "'"""'eirajen. in oru-r to racllltate ns to reduce our stork in tlm
will fell our goods from 10 to 15 per cent cheaper than auy house In Northern Teiaa. ' 9
Farmers. Muicbtnts and thuimhi if In r(iViinl will (1.11 tt A 41. -.1.
ana see ua. r " " u .uvuniaga lo
One-third cull the balance In three and six
months vrllr lnterent at Hie vale of ten per
cent. ir nullum. Having u large Interest
there and being desirous of unitliircotlicrs with
n iu to build up at that point the most flourish'
Ingcity betwtien Uie lirur.os river and Kl Paso
1 Intend to Oder this opportunity for them to
get some rare bargains. Eastland Is the pres-
aii t terminus of tho Passenger Trains on Ibe
Texas .1 1'auillo Railroad and they will net
run beyond probably before Spring and with
good storks of Goods Mai'hiuory Lumber
etc. it can control the trade of Knstland
Stephens and portions of Hhackelforil
Throckmorton and Y filing counties ns well as
ofltrown Coleman and a part of Comaiisho
Tlio lots that will tbe offered for Mite can be
sicn by applying to HX. tioOXK
' ' ia3l "-"i.
ES-itOUND TKIP TICRKT3 will na on
ala very low at all points on the Texas A
Paeitlo ltutlroad; ami tu rarth'4 whose cur-
chasea oxe.eed three hundred ilolUrs 1 will
refund their Kailrond Fare.
J. N. OAt'Cilll'.ItrY
No.v York j
A. & E. MITTENTHAL
m ELM STREET Dallas Texas.
J. B. DRURY hmltk&
LEHMAN ABRAHAFJ1 & CO.
Cor. (UlAYlEll & BABONKB ST8. NEW OBLEANS La.
Corresportdents In Liverpool.
Mens.B. Nowgass .t Co. Mees. L KoBi-nhelm A'Son
K. & M. T.eliman New York.
II. Ahr.iliaiu )
F. Murks J-New Orleans.
M. .Stern J
Children's Ladies' and Gents'
1 1 6 B
In Endless Variety Suitable for Christmas Presents at
i sir v-y ivrt ijt m
roitNKIt EI.M AST t'OYDRiH HtKEETS.
If. W. HARRY & EROS.
Jlanuliieturers and Dealers In
Jsloves Tii arc QueeiiKuwe 2aeatius& Cookiisg Hioves
Call und Examine tho
"Early Breakfast" GookingStove
It la HonicthliiK New and Desirable.
AfullllneoflJueenBwnre Glas i Tallin Cutlery and other Ilouee Furnishing Goods
W e have the 1cbI stock nl llueeiiiiv ait. ever on hind.
J"Also nittnuraoliir""... Vilvin ii d Iron Cornleen Window Ciumnnd Hheetlrot warf
hingles Sash and Dqqtb9
CLARK ci BOYD Proprietors.
Ib now prepared to furnlBh nil kinds of
iirosscd Liimbor Flooring' Coiling Etc.
At tho lowest iirtonolTerodl. ho market. Rtrletly linrt I'lne Shingles the best manufne-
tiirnl nlwHyn on humt. Sash n IDiioib at Ped Koek Prices. Dlmenalou Timber I'livnislii d at
shortcut notice. Order from tru untiy solicited and iiromptly filled.
O O K STORE
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
A ConinlctB lino ol School and Miscellaneous liooks. Also HOLIDAY GOODS in (treat vari-
kty. All sold lower ill an uvor oll'ered In Uils liiarlict.
School BooUs.to t!ie Ti-mle at Publisliera' Wholesale Mst.
rjisiKaxo wit irriso ami butch esss' fai'iik
W. J. SHONE - - No. 505 Main Btreet.
10 MORE WOOD FAMINE!
Jis-vt BSeceired and for snls at reascnaUle prices
500 08 OF WOOD I
At the V.ast DaJJas Yr.n-d.
Pat'inted by H. A. Carter Hea lvtl!e Tuxasov.S
CORN km COTTON PLANTER
Tic M SiiplcDtirclilfi aiifl UsbM Farmina Imsleamt ia its Linear WtBL
To Use It Is but to Admire and Truly Appreciate It.
A A. COR1V AND COTTON PLANTER '
It hnsno eiinnllani Is "acliarm" as It open dronn and covers so nleolyi as any ten year old
boy can onally sandlc It unit as It saves the labor of thrnr men and one horse
AH A. CULTIVATOH
It can bs iisfd Ban orllnnry Bulltonjrue Sweep Hair Shovel Slnglo or Double Shovel
There Is no e.sst Iron nlmnt It except the wheel and boxing All other parts being of wrought
Iron end wood work of the bestuiilc-rlal.
Four Plows Combined in Ono.
The LIHIo Giant is the licit and oheaiient and tho moot lubir-cavlng farming lm-
pli'inrntthe fanner has ever bsrore had an opportunity or possessing.
t3-Examln and try the t.tttlo Want and (hen Judw f.ry-urseUl.lHan wc rj tn dsmon-
stioteoud prove Its extraordluary nierlts ;. K t&
Stato Agent for Klro Brloknuil Ills to. Koeie.
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