The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 9, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 2, 1882 Page: 2 of 8
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THE DALLAS 1IEKALD SATURDAY HOICTIXG DECEMBER 2 1S82.
commusiox or ArrE.ua.
tyiapsls of Opltilens of the Commission of
Appeals. Tyler Term J8H8.
Duryeeet al. vs. GidJings et al.; from
"VTitiUlngtoii comity. AlthoURh an allotted
statomeut as an assignment of error is in-
corporated lu the record yet if not siRmd
by the parties to the suit or their attorneys
and projierly sutlnntlcated by the l)!e ot
the clerk of the court It cannot bo consid-
red an assignment of errors. In the ab-
aeiioe of a proper assignment of errors fun-
damental error must appear or this court
will not revise the liniment; (It Texas
W; 45 Texas 8!) ) No fundumeiiial error
appearing in the record the Judgment is
Mrmed. Watts .
Maxwell vs. llilllmrne et al.; from Lamar
county. Where a defense In a ease is res
adjudioata ami title acquired by purehuse
at assignee's sale in bankruptcy where
neither the bankrupt's wife nor the party
now claiming through such title were pur-
ties to the piomlinR to set aside the sale in
the bankrupt court the sai l wife is not
coucluiled by that adjudication. The
houietead did not pass into the assignee's
lunula and was not subiect to forced sale.
as part of the pnrchaso mouny paid by the
purchaser at tlieasainnee'8 salo went to (lis
cliurRO a valid lien on the homestead (it whs
used to pay oil' a deed of trust thereon) the
Ban purchaser is entitled to ne snnroiraieu
to the said lien to the extent of the pur-
chase money so used. Reversed and ren-
dered in favor of appellee for tlio land und
for $710 for tiso iitul acoupntiou. Unversed
and ronderod Watts j.
Aycock vs. Ueorne; irom Kobertson
county. Suit was brought on a written
contract executory In character containing
simulations thut the attorney employed
should austuin a certain will and recover
and secure the Interest of appellee and a
certain minor under sum win against ' nit
claimants." Held the words "alt claim-
ants" mean not only the llourno family
claiming under the will hut everyone else
and in suits then pending the attorney
should have represented appellee's interest.
Una of the parties being a minor the court
correctly charged the Jury "that if Adaline
Iloarne as the hair of her son (the minor)
avoided the contract or if the minor belore
Ills death (not buying reached his majority)
or his mother after his death avoided
the contract plaintiff could not recover.
The principle- announced in Kmart vs.
llaker (17 Tex 41") is correct as to exe-
cuted contracts respecting landbut the op-
posite is the correct rule respecting execu-
tory contracts relating to land; (Tyler on
on infancy and coverl iiro.pn. (12 117). A dallno
j learno hail by the will only a liberal sun-
port nut of the estate nut in the event her
' son did not provide nor sii 'b she was to
have a life interest in certain land. Held
no lef;al basis lor a recovery being laid by
the pleadinss und established by evidence
against her as a party to the contract I lie
court correctly charg id that having failed
to show the value ot his services or ner in-
terest It mattered not who tlrst violated
the contract appellant could not recover
Allirmed. Walts j.
Jlarkley vs. Turrant county; (roni Tar-
rant county. This suit is here upon its
second appeal. (See Wl Tex. 201.) Appel-
lees then toek a non-suit and plead na do-
fonses to appellants cross-action the mat-
ters formerly plead as mutters of recovery.
As the auditor's ropnrt objection to the ad-
mission of which was mads contained a re
port on all the items in controversy it was
admissible and the court properly "charged
that it was not conclusive as to the mullets
contained In it but that it should be con
sidored in connection with all the other evi
douce. The amount allowed appellant bv
the f udltor upon the order of the chief of
police is the character ol document decided
iu Leon vs. Houston HI Tex. f7." to be in
admissible as a busis lor recovery i It was
upon appellant to conclusively show the
ju'llce oi bis demand as well as his mis
take. Tlio receipts of Lorance going to
Drove that he was uetiiiu treasurer ol the
school fund when they were given were ad-
missible. Allirmed. Watts j.
Roberts vs. Cheesemnn; from Washing
ton county tiio proceedings oelng Had
under Art. ISO lis. Dig. it was unneces-
sary to show by the petition for certiorari
any reason why the remedy of appeal was
not resorted to. The motion to dismiss the
appeal on that ground was properly over
rated. The slututu not exactiiiL' a blind in
ordor to appeal by certiorari a supersedeas
was not necessary to bo issued. There is
no statement ol fuels or bill of exceptions
oi any mim hi hid recant unit coiiseipient-
y other questions are not considered Al-
tinned. Walker p. j.
Swearlngen vs. Ho. Hello et al.; from
UurlcHon county. While the court erred in
charging the Jury It was not material error
it charged the jury that al the death of
Mrs. Ho. Kelly her homestead riclil de-
ll '.ended to the perBonsconstiluting In r fam-
ily. Her husband being the bead of Iter
family during her life continued so alter
her death and bad the sole right to die-
tuto lo tho family where their home should
be. The children had no limiiesteinl rk'lit
against their father by vlrlue ol their
mother's interest. If community properly
they inherited their mother's Interest us in
any other community property if the
deed of trust was void as to Mrs. Ho. Kelle
on account of uny fraud practiced upon
her it furnishes no basis of a sale and con-
veyance of it by the trustee anil conse-
quently the other error of tho court is im-
material. Heirs may plead non factum bv
their mother or make any defense she tuny
havo iado without jeopardizing their
iMinestead right A general order of sale
of land ol a bankrupt does not include his
homestead whore such is not Included In
. his property but it should scheduled as his
homestead sud where the bankrupt laws
exempt it as such. Allirmed. Walker p J.
Morrow and wile vs Hto'enson; from Wil-
liamson county. Where tho losing partv
sets up an Independent suit whoso merit's
have bren determined and do not belong
to tho appeal to be had as a motion lor new
trial it is not error to overrule sucli
venerea party sols tip In bis motion to
strike the cause from tho docket reasons
Which are simply denial as a matter of law
ol the district court's power to set aside a
farmer judgment and reinstate the cause
after the term at which such was rendered
lias expired the motion should not be
granted. An omission in an acknowledg-
ment to a cert I Heat e of the wile of the
words "sealed and delivered" In a convey.
nce ol her separate property isinimatnriat
Whore a verdict does not Und as to one ol
tho Issues before the court but when
viewed lu the light of the pleadings it In-
comes expressive ol such issue the verdlrt
and judgment may be allied bv such plead-
ings. Allirmed. Walker p. i".
Houston A Texas Central Hallway vs.
Rush AUItiUlns; from Travis county. In
suit of unjust ami Illegal discrimination
in freights brought before any legislalixo
action had been bad upon Hie subeot tl e
court should charge the Jury to determine
Whether under tho facts the itetemlii'it rail-
way charged the plaintiff a rate beyond
what was reason-tble and beyond the price
exacled of the puhllo generally nt the time
thefrelght was shipped; and although plain-
tills were not required to pay a higher rate
than was the general public vet II
defendant company allowed certain per.
eons la particular locslily more
dvuntageous terms than had been given
Hie general public or to plaintiff It should
lisvo been submitted as a determinable Is-
sue for the jury under the applicable cvl-
deuce lo the quest Ion whether such prs er
uces so given were fair and leitltimate
such as were justified by the common law
ruin forbidding carrier lo give to one
privileges which II denies to others but
which at the same time does not exclude
contracts at less rate In special case
t where tho discrimination appears reason
hie lteversed and remanded Walker p. J.
Summit Tsxas. Dee. l.Corrcsponil-
"nee. I Deoemhor opened out beautifully
to-day secordlng to the Old psalm about
"Pleasant as May" etc. It seems as if na-
ture was glvtnir thanas to-day because the
couutry did so yesterday. Nature is a go..l
girl and never permits anyone to get ahead
of her in gratitude
Thanksgiving ly waaonseryeu nere more
strictly and with greater reiect this
year than last inn ciiorcr.es laiiumim
and gave dtyout thanks; turkevs were
slaughtered on every hand; the wicked
voting man heaved In more boll
worm poison than usual and the wheels
ol fortune in the gilded gambling
halls made more revolutions and raked iu
more of the verdant noes' glittering dollars
limn usual. The banks were closed iu re-
spect to Governor Huberts' failure to up
tmint a dav of tlianksL-iviiiL'. and several
nimrods went iu search of quail and diieks
because they coithlii t Hint oui in wim u
church services were to he held. At the
llinklev a royul feast wus spread to lis
many regular und invited guests In which
the traditional gallinaceous fowl figured
eonsiiicuouslv and numerously. The main
lealure of the attractive and hunger an-
nnssinir menu however wad "possum and
sweet potatoes" servetl.in regular old-lush-
lonea southern style.
The newly elected officers are all Installed
and ncrformini! their duties. Al r. H.tiitlull.
the young Denison attorney is installed
and uervini as county attorney but the
illicit will be contested bv Mr. lttickler. his
opponent in tho bite race on tiio ground of
fraud in Denison wants l our corresponu-
ont has heard it whispered that there will
be an attempt matlo to prove t he "stumng
process in one of the Denison boxes.
liorsfnrri's Arid riiosplmte lu nobility.
Dr. W. 11. Holcombe. New Orleans I.a
says: "I found it an admirable remedy for
debilitated slate of the system produced by
the weur and tear ol tlio uervous energies
Koine of the rnps in silks are so lurco thai
iney are cuueu nus.
All who went to Colorado prior to IsSI
are called "Did-Timers"
A great many hrldal couples spend their
honeymoon in Washington.
(rovcrnnrBtephcris.ol Georgians entered
briskly Into tho purdonl g business and an
Atlanta letter snvs depopulation of the
convict camps und penitoutiury is threat
Home hoys played highwaymen at Green
III. The tirsl man wlirnu they had tun
with curried a heavy cane und he struck u
blow In dead earnest I uciurtng tno sunn
ih it it hit.
Tho pistmasler-general l.aa decided that
n fourth class postmaster cannot hold tint
nflluo while a member of the legislature
because ho would not he able to give proper
attention to tlio post-olllvu.
Tlio Archbishop of ("anlei-biirv's hetillh
is not equal to the duties of his position
and he is likely to resign it. On retirement
he will enjoy a third ( B'.'ft.uun a year) of the
revenue of tho seo and a residence.
A Memphis woman Is credited with giv-
ing birth to u ch'ld which bus a snout like
an elephant. The cause of this malforma-
tion is supposed to be t hat the mother bail
been frightened by un elephant at a circus.
During tho year ending August .'II there
were completed in Texas I Jill miles ot rail-
road nt un estimated cost for construction
and eqiiipmon of $ I ln2.".Pllu thus giving
tho state a total of & nus miles ut u cost of
The fact that twenty of the cighly-ono
bakeries in Now Orleans make bread with
well-water is sullicient lo iilarni tho Times-
Demoorut which alleges thut. the w ell. water
of thut city is poisoned to u high degree and
unlit for uso.
A smart Nashville youth put a cartridge
on tlio railroad truck and when tho cars
struck it it exploded tho bull entering tho
right eye of a man standing near destroy-
ing thai feature and entering bis head. His
Condition is serious.
The almost daily record ol one or mora
suicides ill Homo or attempts at. suicide
Included the other day thut of u man who
threw himself tri-m the Tarpean rock lie
was taken to the hospital wilh both legs
broken and skull fractured.
Over linl nigiir liou-cs through twenty-
seven parishes in l.oulsiaMii are now in-
operation The will'arn of ut least V)t'tn)
laborers depends upon the result of tho
present work mid 4oihh) iK) of cupit.il ure
awaiting the returns on the investment.
The great observatory bull! and equipped
lV ex Governor Wushhiirn as u gill to
Madison (Wisconsin) university will be
ready for present al ion an 1 use us fooii ns
the imported meridian cirole which cost
$1200 and which has lust arrived can he
A girl of Wniikon Inwu being exces-
sively fond of liahies borrowed one of a
neighbor for a day It tell Into a lira and
was burned to denth. The girl was not
Immediately the cause of the accident and
yet she was so grieved and fiiclileiiej by it
that she died wlliin the hour.
The S -atoll bus arrived when everybody
Who own horses cut.lo sheep hogs ami
fowl should hfg.il to feed out Sheridan's
Condition l'owders. They all need lo be
braced up for winter. 'Get rllieritluu's.
The largo pucks aro worthless.
Wanted to be Niilurallied
John Mitndy u sou of the Kiuerald Isle
stalked Into tho ollleo of the district clerk
yesterday morning wearing an uir of im-
portance thut nt once ut traded the atten-
tion of Mr. W. K l'arry the deputy clerk.
"Good munnlng to you sir; is the high
loui'k a-muck In?" queried Mr. Mtimly
Mr. Hurry informed him that Mr.
Jones the clerk was up-statrs in
the district court-room but thai he
was his next best representative
sud that if there was ny way ho could
servo him ho would bo pleased to do so. "I
vunt to get naturalized" said Muudytn
the Goddess of Liberty. "Ah: 1 ou want
to renounce allegiance to tjueen Viet' ria
and becomo a cltizenol tliel'uited States."
"I never was a subject of ic s" replied
"Hut" said Mr. Harry "you wore
horn lu Ireland and ol courso you
in your oath will have to renoum.0 the lirit-
"That's so. but Mr. Olerk will you please
say in brackets that it was no fault of
limine that I wus born under Uritish rule
Fertile Mlnerlrn ot llvsiienslil
nuil they ttielinle iilmosl every llililesant
Iti'llng ttl.tt uelongn
s to nliynleal disease unit
ss this ootelit meilleine
U'-oliir la rriiii
luguiaior is a eenain
Simmon s l.lver
ami speeily cure.
Wanted for Murder.
Jaek Ptinetn mid Henry Wallrr who a
rested Willis Kimlks a few weeks ugo lu
Kuufiuan county on tli cliargo of the
tlielt of a liorse from a fanner who Hvi S
near CliutlleldFwstiinei'ounty.and wliete
I'liillks Is now r prisoner huve received In-
r -.1 1...1 . i. 1 1... . 1 1. I...1I..I 1 1 nt
helswanietl in Wilbarger r unity to an -
wer fortlie killlnu of a men by I lie name of
S ewart In tltal eon Iv In IVceinher last.
llelletl tliecunlr iul nlle.lorts to ellect
lil.rat.tnro nroyel futile mil l.e win not
Uiprrliruuel mini ire en nv uie onii-ers
as a liorse thief Mr II. Sinitli no ollicer
from Wilbarger coin tv.arr'vetl Inibecly
vestenluv niornleg and Un wlili Do.. can
for rhutllehl to lleiiiiy ibe irlsoner ami If
lie )royc to be the light iiiini tlio otlletrs
will got 11'JUO reward.
Atlvoeatesol prolnblHon neetl have no
feurof "1'rlcVly Ali liitiera" as it Is a
mnllclne und liy re.isou of its ratliartio
hM'rtis eunnnt he used as lieveruge
It is uianniaciurcii tnno toe purest mate
rlnla. and sets dinctlv on the liver kid
neve stomseli and oel. As a blood
pn'rilierlt lias no ctiual. It pkcusant to the
insio nu eueetive in ns ai viou
roUCE MOMULY ItEPOUT.
Number of Arrcttts Convlctioua and
Amount of Hues Awessod aud Collected.
Detail for December.
Tlie report of Chief Arnold of the police
force shows that during the month of No-
vember there were Z'A arrests and 150 con
victions in the c'ty court besides cases
tmnsterred totueolliercourts. 1 lie amount
of lines assessed ill the city court amounted
tollH of which amount $'( .10 was
paid; worked out escaped. $1.1; sick
1 21; discharged $luu.2o; served out in sta-
tion house $-'.'; appealed i'V; unexpired
The police have paid for their services as
Cue actuil lines collected more than caver
their salaries. Arrests wera made lor the
CIIAKOIX roR AIUIKSTS.
Intoxication 70; fust driving 1; insanity
1; exposing person 2; tbett 12; on wairaut
12; vagrancy II; concealed weapons 12;
lights l.'l; cursing 7; abusive langii ige 7;
prostitutes going into saloons 1; resisting
ollicer 2; uoii-puymetit of dog-lax 1; as-
sault li; gaining 11; obstructing sidewalk
H; riding wilh prostitute 1; interfering with
private properly ti; rape 1; obtaining mon-
ey under false pretenses I; loud nnd bois-
terous language N; vulgar language 1;
jumping train 1; selling on .Sunday 1;
burglary I; robbery 2; failing to repair
The following Is the detail ol odlcers for
the mouth of December as made by Chief
Holice Detail (I K. Cornwall deputy
marshal; J. T. Carter special depnly mar-
shal iu chargo cf station-house; J. W.
Overatul mounted ou general duty; II. T.
Martin iu charge of street force.
Patrolmen of Kast Dallas S. H. Heard
and It. 10. Torliert. 11 u. in. to 11 p. m.; I'.
J. Sbeehun und W. U. Hanisey 11 p. m. to
11 a. m.
West Dallas-M. V. Nolan K. F. Gates
and .1. H. Keeliau 11 a. in. to II p. m.; T.
i'. ilalsell I'at Mullen und T0. Cornwall
11 p. m. to 11 a. in.
K F. G.itea.atstalioii-houso from 10 p. in.
to 7 a. m.
A gentleman ulllicted wilh the chronic
rheumatism says: "No description of my
. ... i v f l....wtti
' 'V w rl" rt """' 11 .
I l.....n .aai. un. mm O.- un nt I ill . 1 art. '
1 UttlU H.:i t 11 Will lD unu v v'iiii..
Aoooyue iiiiiimoni. i ounuvu u. is inn uchi
artklu in the world for rheumatism.
Liquor l.ttwa by Idquor Men
Mr. Hcecher in his morning fcnnon yes-
terday referred in strong terms to tho un-
due liilltience exerted by tlio liquor Interest
in politics. Thousands of citizens"who urn
as little disposed us Mr. Needier is to voto
the prohibition ticket feel ns he does on
this subject.. It is true that the lnpior
trade being licensed by the slate mid
liable to the constant imposition of new
conditions by the legislation bus an excuse
thut other trades luivo not lor taking un
organized part in politics but public senti
ment is mil preparoa to see the tasg oi
framing laws for the regulation of liquor
selling committed to n legislature of liquor
sellers. lirooKlyn nines.
51 THE GREAT GERMAN
JtolleVf and ciirwi
Soreness Cull Drulscs
111 HNSl S( ALUS
A ml nil ether li.sllty aetusi
nml in1 ns
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hnltlhyjlll PniCft'l'.t ilM t
ll'HllTH. iiirvi'tioUM Ui ll
Tho Chiirics A. VtMolor Co.
(IfilMIV 10 A. VlMltl.t.n ( ((.
Ililtimnrp M1.. l .H. 1.
j i nuiiiiiiimi
Fop fine Complexions.
FosiMvo relief and inimunily
from eoiiiploxionul Momishoa
may bo totmd in liaRan's il;i
linrinli'ss nrliclo. Sold by drug-
It imparls tlio most brilliant
nnd liib-lilio tints and tlio clo-
sest scrutiny cannot detect iU
nso. All nnsilitly disioloru-
(Ions eruptions ring marks
under tho eyesBiiHovness red-
ness roughness and tlio Hush
of iutiguo and excitement aro
at cneo dbucllcd by the Mag-
It is tlio one incoiupurablfl
Architect & Builder.
Finns mid drswlnna In elevstton with sneelfl
enlonn mi eHtlniAio for ehunl:? sehooli
banking nooses nails eottsges eie ete nir
nlslied on short notice. Construction "inwln.
' temletl nheu ileslreil
If the eoutrset is swanltxl
I o ie no eloirgn It undo for the ilmwliiKH. AU
! my work will beilone til the t't worVmnnllke
msiiuer. CsirrtxiHiiidenee enunntly stteudvil to
ini miv(Io1 uUrolIl(111Non n1
A SOLID FACT!
I.el Kvoryliixly Look t These rrUei
llnltlmoro chii oysters 1 10
HrtUlioorj ineilliiiu nynters
lUlilniore extra neleeUi.
lt.-rwleli's "uy per linnilrjd..
MutsiMnm per linnorist
I Mrtinie counts per nuiitmti
1 rREhll FISH DAILY
From (ialvos.on and IViia-rola. KcdfimpiKta
TrouL Crt-ake-a end Kloiindera K'i wuts ljcr
KJ' rii' A R Ll INihTON "
' ur orders. A. R. Ll iMjjjrm
Hold by sll Newnleslers snd IHwtinsileri
Semi twenty eenli for n Hpeelineii Copy to W.
JsNSl.N'is) DsMflRKHT. Publisher 17 Kaat
roii'laenth slrnel New Votk The New Vol-
itm (l'i) eoiniuuneea with Norember Rend
jmi that yuen autiaerlbe iwo Dollsis furs
Filly lenta for three inoninai u iu aansty
vsr sua get wni huu. i vatuv.
SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR.
IT 8AVKD TI1K PKOPl.K Of SAVANNAH
liA. Wl!" rKl II Tlltltiruil TUB
TKKK1B1.E KPIDKMIO OK la76.
MSSSKS. J. n. ZSILISJ & Co
(iESri.r.VKN : Wj the undersigned. Eacrlnieri
on llie 'ttstrin Central P.Aiiroad to i.-nociul ob-
ligations rr tiib beiieiits ro rece.vt.l fr.iiu the
use of friimmonti Liver KcgulHtur during the
Yel'ow Fever Kpldcimc in tinvaiuiAh Ucorgvi
in the summer anil fsli of 1"6 desi'V lo nmku
Iho following statement. That "lining ihe
a'orcMiid Kpidi'ioie. we used the uichcine
kuown as Simmons Liver Kcjiala'or prepsre.t
byj II. Zeilin It Co. and tho n-h exp wd lo
the wont miHsmaUc iiiHuenies of the Yellow
Kever by going In und eotiuiue out of Hiviiuutth
at ditTVroiu hours uf lliu ninht and also lu
IK'iolinc entire nights In the city liiebip the
prevalence of this most Katal I eideisti wttli
but the stiiKle exception of 011:1 of ns w ho wan
ukon slek but ns-e tily recovered wo con-
tinued hi our usual good lieaHh a circumsUuco
we can account lor in no other why bin hv the
ctlect uii'ler Providenee of the bshilual andeo.i.
liaiied uso of Hiirmotis Liver lteiilator while
we were exMsed to this Yellow Kever miliaria.
Respectfully vours C. It. Hatt'Tson Jhu It.
Collins Jm. i. Mallette MelUm K. ('wiper
o4TAlwavsask your lirugglais for ur. Sim.
mini" Liver Keirulntor. and lie sure to see those
Identical words printed ou the laln-l mid having
thereon a red L Trade Mark Seal and Menalure
of .1. II. ZelPn .'i Co. None oilier Is lienuine.
The Mim who ToM th Doctor ihrt ha "ft.lt
hk It' hoilitln t wnut iluimyttiMin" wits u t us iof
InzuioMS. 1 i't tnuuMiM!ti ex .i:r;t.'i'o this f-jcl
itiif wsfioplrtlly lu Kttmmtir in citusctiiunce uf f
tliNonlcrt'il ciiiniiti'rii uf tho Ht.iiiiiiri) which a
c ii " 'in 4 ns ipi inn aiii n .-(.Muff
ApiTh'tit would bo Niiru l) remedy Hull Ly hU
K . . i .. '
ft (HIUIIJISIS .
A H 4 l1 k '- i k tiki'
v f t
I . 1 J
Old fashioned remedies sro.rsnldlv elvlnc
groiimt heloro the fltlvAiice of this commot-liii?
speelde slid old fashioned Ideas In regard to
depletion ft means of cute lis heeu qulto
ei plotted by the sneeess of the great renovunt
which tones the system. IranuiillUns the nerves.
lieiitralltes malnrlii depurates and enriches the
Wood rouses the liver when dormant anil pro-
moles a regular liahit of body For tale by all
irnista and dealers rrci'.er'illy.
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And onr tnnnr othur KliH'tnvOnlTsnlo nnr1 Mntfnrllo
Ai'itltimcM aoil 4inrnifnt nrtt Inrulmitili. uml n nra
irlor NtTvouH i)il)ilttjrl'anljnt. Killiny Khnttmrv
itin iiTorwmiKH nntin r.ii!tumiim or J.w or lt.il
Kntrtir Vtiik Unck Jilittioy ltMUn. l.tmu Llvot nnd
Stoiunt'h Ooiitpltttutt anil nro Hiiapttnl tu K1TIIKH
hkx. i'hi'Mi i'lltinws itnt tlm wry luttt tmprovml
anil cnttmly duTcrvnt (mm lMlt ami iilluth- u: t tijr
iMiiilttVMly Kftnerntsvcoutlnumift iMirrrnt without aridt.
vniiftinii r fcm our trrltntton o( tlm Ktn vna h
worn nt wnrit u wii n tfi nnti Mr only notU'Mihit)
to ths wwirr. The iver it mitulntml ton In ninet th
1ifftrt BUmiii of nil ilnumtes wlifi FUwtrio Bad
Cure Impouncy SeminalWcakness.Lost Manhooo.&o
ThT Cure when all tn Mis. Onr Iltuutrntert
rnnnnlutMiit tn HtHilml ttnfetoi'Auarcualpt of Ooeuu
puMMtt ur Mwurely wrniHtHl IrtM
llowsvrd Klnctm-MiMtoeUo lnwlM.ll pfrpnlrfaj malts
AM E RIO AN CALVANIO CO.
312 N.Oth 8t.f St. Louie Mo.
"ll err." Mi.l lrin . tsi.-k I 'HralKfU lj.r f
llmt lisvr I..IMt it lv .i-sinl cxtoks. t evil Pl.t-.
titsiuitrtfiist.i.vat-(k. tui. '1 hi. n lv ttiu.h
1 !"' "I.v I" UIiiwui lit 11. Jiru.n . ''!. 5
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irt.i..inivii-iM t!;.f uii.iui-tta r:
vuktti'U Is-ytstd thi-ir yttlri. It. lmnvottjr prirrtss
.ir ra n vst. ve. men mttrrlin if f-
'"" ' thai itmatrulVr tlT.uolv t'.l.it f MI-SIS.
7 tni.u 4 tiitot.ttirtOiuit nt.r
. n n.n.-im tu n lw. m.T (. ira-.l l. itr
jenn-diciiu sr.- Mmi'lo p. . Iu. :l..tj of .r . pii
ll ct-.. anl iit . nsvlSr fc thr ! nlk..
orl tiw.llir IK-iUt. mil v-rtt Inn illmtiotii fir p
jV.l 11 -rlh V Milt ppsi. Is lorrtl V. li.. .TOUe ..1
(tis nrMsl. t.u..k t:.t.llL.kh l.s-;
tir-l't. II "Irrp.llMi on S-l.1 llltls' .) ms
c'imi Winistii .f 0. rniliir... .-.tin-.. 7P0 V "Z 1
jtjtj oi m ruui. si sou. m-yi- Za
I UU. u lit- i.l.ltt.i iiivii rsvll er. .:n
i A n.koip! .ire.
I leiiitciisiiri.mrlit' rr.
Vtsl'.l MStu vhl.H fl
Si tlPU httMl-rnl.! tttunrv or .l. itMl pi 1 A.I re..
.W.A.Ikuit.SAj uiM. iu.aot.t.M. lV'.U ve
Uemhers New York Verni ers (lelvesout
eonon tiensnRo. UDttan Kxt halite
R. ROENSCII & CO.
Cottom Ft'Tt'SKS-Oslyeiton Kew Orleans
Vew York Myenniol.
unAisiaiid fsovisioNs ChlenR( New York
Islfsstoe and New Yorlr
S) Ym k Oftle. Iff Wl street -wnJf -lui
0. r. CURTIS
(Kormorly o( Dsllssl
Aud l)irl KircbtidUs
Niii loTiu.i.v rms co.. rms.
... t . .
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
1 1 IS mvjiT .t i j.. rtts nnl clu
II. tty of lr I. at ott.v. o. ll art. l.vliv h
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
K st a blithe a in
r.rrr-r. . i ri -
; JQNis&MURPHYv LAN DUG t N fglr DACLAyev
a ... u n t'p;i-. v.4-
"."V'lTl V l'l''u;it;iiuii it is requisite lorth
Heneiit ot tho Public and ourselves for eVervhnX
know that ' J uuj 10
A & E IITTEITHAL'S
Dry Goods and Olothln House ti the old reliable house for H irealm o. ..
on band Is second to none lu Price ami (jualitv. As the seaso il ls io far . l
williout havintf had cold weather we have concluded to iellTir c'Cnk. .miW
nuns at Dos n order to avoid earrylii the a over lor the I uevi seas' v.'t.
oler Krc.itlndiieetneiitslii Kutieyan.1 Staple Dry (looda. Plat! a.id n!.
Ooods Kine Cashmeres. Main. l!r..edel and Watered Silks Mat" "r OrJ a?
olher FUnnels lnSraiu. Tapestry Brussels Ujdy Brussels and Velvet Carets
frSriease Call and Examine our Fine Assortment ni
ItOCJJESTER BOOTS and SHOES for you Save
money by doing so.
A. & E. MITTENTHAL
808. E t3aSTRET.
SiiccesHors to A. SUSINEU & CO.
WHOLES A LK AIJD HETAIIi TJBALSf!) IS
PMJMOS & 'ORGANS
AND IMPORT Rr.5 OF '
71 i Main Street - Dallas. Texas.
New York and Boston Prices Duplicated.
0. J. MOOES
AND COUNT11Y PRODUCE.
No. 208 Houston Street Daks Texas
T-'f-Uuyn ntl Sells Co.-n. Onte.
(JooiIm )tlivt'l-f(l lt dm Sitliiirlm Krpe.
OILY EIEST-ULAS3 HOTEL IH GALYESM
Of Modem Coiistjii-.'tlon Throughout out! is Kept ni to a luudurdo Kxccllenco SuconJ 10
RATES: . $2.50 TO $3.00 PER
G. McGINLY Proprietor.
JT. B. SpeclAtteutlon Called to the Extromoly Low MenthlT Rates.
Anheuser's Premium Beer
Received the highosl award at the Paris Exposition for
Tho Purest the Best and tho Most Healthy Bear
MANUFACTURED IN THE WORLD.
Ill Uu ..-A. el SIH.v.1 A JrlpiABd
au uiucii piuiouv uiiuu Autir.m
Louis Reiclienstein Dallas. Texas Agent for Hern Texas
X.AOEII 33E3En SAIjES.
ML Tallin nnnnVtllnan KAvnmliav TK l&Tfi TtiA nfflnlal wihims tn itiA f ATnnA
he yearendtng November 1 show tho enormous quautity of 1UI.0O0 barrels oflssor bejriollM
h e Auheusor & Buscb. brewery. This return proves them the largest brewers tn the wen.
II. S. MATTHEWS.
Yard Between Eoss Avenue and Camp Street
- Opposite Trinity Iron Works rutins Texas.
Msnufaeturer of Native Pine Lumber. Shingles Laths and Moulding snd do11!'-1"
White Fine Lumber Doors bash Blinds elo. Extra-slzod Lumber s IKj. "I
Mauufaeturc our own Lumber sud can Compote with tue World on Prices iu
Bowie County uoar Texarkana.
IJ. E. ANDREWS s : t t t MannBg
For Pleasure Comfort Health
oi uurnam iODacco.
BLArJKWELL'S GENUINE DURHAM
Soo tliat It beam the Trade Murk of
ll.llnl.lM Tlln. ...... . i
R053 AVENUE. Corner MAGNOLIA STREET
Iron and Brass Foundry and Machine Sfiops
iron eiore rronts a specialty Mtwhlno work
F.. tvcrTTCT.yvTT. t-.
DHLS 1M AMD M ANDriCTl'KSR.V kVtVI f0 Alfl
Plate and Window &lassall Paper PajntsOiis
VARNISHES BRUSHES PIOTCRR IR VMf8 AND M0CLWS' m
-rioii itt.tii.en to nemMttve ltier nitrln. :'! sTItlrjZ
P. d MOORE.
evccisaoRS to s. p. covtm s co imi-orisus aub PSAi"4 "1.r.'(1iri
Sash Doors and Blinds Taints. Shinj?U. -WU1U1
Ltoo Cement Builders' Hardware Mc. .
NOS. 709 AND 711 ELM STREET DALLAS Ttm
Ordcrt will receive prompt attention.
i. .... V7i :
lfav nut! all flilin- C. nt.ttv rrr.t'uio.
DAY ACCORDING TO ROOMS
Smoke the Old Original Bran4
(tie. Hull. Tnko no Oilier. PopnUr w
xmr pn atl . ..1. ...lt M- iTn . I)urhnt. . V
promply done! Hlfheit priets pw
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