The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 9, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 2, 1882 Page: 7 of 8
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rrrAiEo Br the cns.
I lmttM iiKub Ortrkj Texas
rfljhtTrala-HU Head Severed
Hi n-ulr Mnterlou. Letter ln-
. Paoitie. ot lmh Giore Clark is
ti;ar um thiiiiJerin. alot.j; yester-
jKiraii if stiout o'clock vina just
r.jf Wl.i:e Kxk cr.-efc it iau over a
r k coin nk'U'ly severing the
luie to jircveut
v. II l"w " oox-car ana
j m.icli w -t entirety separate was
t ll.u hull) ...1 i. i.. .
V. iucuout .i-i."i incite ueiug
.: ii mid the I'.tct Hint tliere was but a
f 'n.miit of blood on it kivch rie to
fTuip.cU'ii tlt.it there hud been foul play
IJIU tltO W1 uii"ivi 'i.ii.cru uil llltf
jdIWKWtIYVr up nm crime infl
1 B-iii ullltnt. vimr nl.t
'eora the K.trti of a laboring man.
otpla.vin cards and the following
if purmrii w wo nvfiu ui3 muiiier
at lilirnee iiiiiiuw. uukeu riemem-
jdlv2 and uililresfti-il to "Mr. Louie
mut-ld Forney Kaufman county
Ijl sere 'I'll" mi ma iviauii xuo
j)u was posi-mamuu em iub oacs.
Mv. Txas. November 2!)" and reads
aloft word for won!:
Hii Sox:-Vour letter received. Doant
your place ot residonce until you
. rmin me aiiin wioh 1 hone will be
(n Id haste your loving
Motiikr and Friend.
J?ay nothint; about this."
ioboven rather a mysterious docu-
sua mo reijiuoi tu nay uoiuui); auoill
oictra uppretiuiinK timi mere wus
HI UlVBU'llUUa AllVHIlllll Ml M1U
ler. uoteu cioseiy tue teaiures
tint aevered hrad U9 it
' by the liip of tne body. They are of
j opinion that lho deceased was a fili-
TT0I1 ju-mr tit i-iou wiij puui n uriei
Qiprelit'imtme tetiur linn tne injunction
ikd the matter of ruceiviuir it u secret.
(gmi a bruise above tbe left eye and
stM the only wound found on his per-
i. ll-i ha i been picking cotton in the
..ifiu Sioro neighborhood ilia deatlt
iiholiH is is so tar a mystery. Justice
iinls eiiipanneled a jury aud held un
Bsilpy. 'ici g iirhi sworn saystbat.be
i in Oi'Im.h i.iiilnlv. TexiW. tteitr
iuflit's store; I thi'ik 1 Lave saw ihe man
M bixiy i now in a box-cur on a sido
::k ot die Texas it Pacific railroad in
fdlv of Italia: I knew the man to havo
a tnjrap'd in iieting cotton in onr
sliboiliood nil this fall: be went bv the
Ijie name as is on the envelope foflud
bis body Louis Wuseufehl; 1 saw him
two weeks ego to-day at Me.-quite in
jcounty; 1 saw bint this morning when
;f jury wus sworn; his head was entirely
J of bis shoulder? and was lying by hiu
id; near his r it lit hip; he was lying upon
t door in a box-car nnd 1 heard was
unght in by a freight train passing
::( on the icxas & iaciho rail-
ii this morning; I do not
ow whether the man had a familv:
ulookeilas it he was about 21 or 25 years
U. P. TURNKIt
m'. !-nrn says: I ant local agent of the
fan A Pacific "railroad tit Dallas: about
I-U ibis morning Conductor George Clark
udeight passing here going west called
aoul of my otlico and told me that the
i vi'peaKingoi a oox-car) i am setting on
litre lias a man's body in it; about 7
(dock this morninir Conductor J. E.
1-1 coming west with a freight train on
:St Inns & Pacific railroad discovered a
I .ml bot y on the track about oiie-Uarter
I simile west ot White liiclt bridge; his
Bjcnecr Cnley Ihmn. discovered tlie bnav
I ted whistled for brakes but tho train
htmdtlie boilv before he could Eton; Coti-
;i.lnr tluiirge 1'oivell got oir and ti ipgeil
loniluclor (b orge t.'huke on train No. Jill
I I'liowing him and he stopped nnd ut the
.'iy iu the empty car unit brought it to
lias ami turned it over to iiir; t'onduc-
I W iark s;ivs the hmlv whs rohi hiu! stilT.
ml covered with frost showing tbnt the
am bad been killed early In tho nigh(;
xtbtbei? trains havo passed on west; the
nu 8 hind as separated from the body; I
.iimn know who tne man was.
All immi-3! Iu'11 in tlwwitv nmt rnntitu nf
Ma Texas. December 1. 1SS2. bv Wil-
'41D EilwiriU iiilii4 nf I lie itmipe. lltinn
4tiicil hody of an unknown white man
itpiKiMd to be that of Louis Wuslenield
to at the depot of tho Texas it Pacific
sy coiupany. upon the oaths of T. 0.
I't'i: J. K. Lane T. H. Shandley T.
al 8. S. Taylor ami II. II. Dean good
Kil I lunt'ul jurois lT said county who being
3 due fiiriii Hu-Arti. luinii vinw itf t Iim dead
W.fofsaid Wuitenlel I say (hat iu their
fminn Louis Wustenfeld a white man
'wt'Jl or 25 years ol oireicaino to his
'Htbsflme tilun ilnritu' thnnli'ht of No.
'"Jbcr 30 Jjtsi near White liock creek
claKH in llilliia r-iiitnfv. hv lieinir run
Jfr by a train or trains ol curs passing over
'" Texas .t Paeillo railway company's
"Tolly of Kolllea.
Many nersons are accustomed to disre-
pflall slight symptoms ol disease saying
Ut t m aa it . II II. . !. ......
wiymptotus of kidney disease such as
I" Iu tho back and'loins palpitation
Wiiary ileranueiupnt etc. to neglect them
loe folly of li.llies. Kidnev. bladder.
JW and urinary complaints ere alwavs
W to end fatally il tietrlectcd. The true
tire for them is Hunt's Keniedy. the great
wiwy and liver medicine. There is no
Worn or rorm of kidney disease that
MM s Hcmedy is nnt master of.
A I'LEAiANr AMAllt.
Kiteemeit ami Ailmlri.il Vuunir LiIt
Wlthdrans From Teaching ana Severs
w Connection as Teacher Troin Her
"votiMi Puplln-Several Surprise Pre.
t Prom LoTlng Hearts
leaterday afternoon a IIkrald reporter
fol'leJ in at tbe synagogue having
'ied that a pleasant llttlo surprise was
"tore for one of the lady teachers who
nt to sevor a three year's connection
ito her scholars. Ho first visited Mrs.
I graded schools of young ladies and
the first schools being tin the upper
f and there heard the reading ol the
nihly compositions elocutionary exer-
exaillil..11..... ... u.lll....Uli.. In'.lArv
?' J1' cliihlren were not iirepared tx-
rl"SlV fiirthii...fft. I.11I wniu.Hitirl
" Malum by the teacher ami reporter and
adinoss and accuracy Willi which the
p- "" UlVlllllt-T Willi flllVll Vll
"poiives came were grtilingto all pref.
' tin owinii were some ot the exercises:
i T '"clniniick; rlio lietatmn of Ihe
vu to in IHaly by Krnestine Keltiloirdl;
by Julius (loslin; Taming the
by Natlle Bowser;
U't'ii ii Juuers 1'iiughu-r tiy
nooeedingto Miss Tullie Mnrnhy'i de-
"lueiu a series of exercises were had
t '"siMing of n cl'iilions singing etc. to
i 'Ureal delight of n-veral friends who
"""MMMiihlnl on the occaiinn. Arter su-
ln'" t the close ot Ihe schedule Miss
"rl'iv iib'Uit in bid an nll'eclloiiaie
tol?t '"r I'lipili""'"' withdraw when
Huke noties'ed her to remain for a
" tllnlliui.tk it l-...
fllhl i iiririii'i'U m inipi- hp.iit
hiu i " f"" ell" -ti hrougtil
0 he room awd also seveial oilier
.''""drs ihe lovinir contribution! from
"Warm hearts of the lilileoM-s she ka
"n 'eiehing for the past three years. A
Id I. 11 m " "u sweeiiy-spunen nine
was then niaoe by Misi Delia Loeb
v.- 1-a'iu aasitnasoneof the
directors aa.lw hy Sirs. Has who seemed
so loth to part from the lovcable associa-
Jton with her assistant. Overcome by these
touching kindnesses Miss Murphy was dis-
abled trom replying but the Uars of ft-el-'tig.
the best brine a maiden can season
ner owa praise in thoss moist im-
pediments of eieech. as they fell over
her cheeks in plenteous flow were fur
more potent of expression than the mon
eloquent of wonts. Asking Major Kiliott to
resuoud lor her that Kenueiuau could nut
add more compliment irv notices sayiiik
that the feelings of esteem and atl'ectiou and
adiuirattoti exaibited by these little chil-
dren were but representative of those of
this eutire community; and concluded by
wishing the esteemed young lady all the
happiness m life that her numberless mer-
its entitled her to knowing this to be tbe
universal sentiment. Thus ended a happy
and long to be remembered little episode.
in M isa Murphy's school the following
was the programme: Recitation Clara
liaum; recitation Celia Tillman-violin solo
l erd Inand Puek; recitation "The Coules-
ini . .C?.rrie. J-W S01ie. 'Palmyra
hinuhl tarne I.oeb; recitation Badonia
Jluzenbeinier; song Leah Colin Delia Her-
man telia Uillmati and Beckv Kahn; reci-
tation "The Ship on Fire" Moses Iralaon;
Cilisthenics eight little girls; violiu solo
7u .."IfV1 1i''k; recitation "Nobody's
Child Delia Loeb; dialogne Maud Shep.
herd and Hattie Baldwin; closing song by
he school; present irom school presenteu
by Delia Loeb; individual presents given by
Msuil Shepherd Carrie aud Buddie Kahn
aud Kachel Frielander.
Bhlloh's Cough and Consnmptton Care
is sold by us on a guarantee It. cures con-
sumption. Sold by M. II. Hickitx drug-
gist. !5 Main street Dallas Texas.
Bhiloh's Catarrh Keniedy a positive cure
for catarrh diptheria aud canker mouth
Sold by M. H. Hiikox druggiat 615
Main street. Dallas. Texas.
Are you made miserable by Indigestion
constipation dizziness loss of appetite
yellow skin ? Bhiloh's Vifalizer is a positive
cure. Bold by M. II. Hickox druggist
60S Main street. Dallas Texas.
Why will you cough when Bhiloh's Otl't
will give immediate relief? Price lOcts.
5ikds and $1. Bold by M. II. Hickox
druggist tm Mai:: street Dallas Texas.
"llaekmetai-k" a lasting and fragrant
perfume. Price 25 and 60 cents. Sold
by M. If. Hiekox druggist 6u5 Main
street Dallas. Texas.
Bhiloh's Cure will immediately relieve
croup whooping cough and bronchitis
fold by M. 11. Hiekox druggist UUS
lliiin street. Dallas Texas.
A uasal injector frco with each bottle o
Bhiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 60 cent".
Bold by M. H. Hickox druggist m
Main slreot Dallas Texas.
For dyspepsia and liver complaint you
have a printed guarantee on every bottle of
Bliiloirs Vitalizer. It never fails to care
Bold by M. H. Hickox druggist Bu5
Main street Dallas. Texas.
Silver watches at Austin's from f S to $(j0'
Cents' gold and plated chaius all styles
Oysters on a fork is what you get at the
White china dinner sets for $15 at the
Handsomely decorated tea sets for $5 at
the Crystal Palace
The oyster catches the early bird at the
Parlor saloon. Fact.
A general assortment of gold mid pitted
necklaces at Austin's.
Never before equaled a fine tea set for
$5 at the Crystal Palace.
Fine chamber sets new styles and shapes
or $5 at the Crystal Palace.
Be sure and gel one of thoso $5 tea sets
sold only at the Crystal Palace.
Very handsome decorated dinner and tea
sets combined for $:io at the Crystal Palace.
The "Tea Palace Saloon" is a daisy and
you can bet your lite you will get pure
liquor to drink.
For pumps steam gas and water fittings
go to Doyle's Tu") Klin street liood work
and low prices guaranteed.
Iva III. January it lssi. Caiitks Medicini
Gents. Enclosed find one dollar for
which please send by return mail one bot-
tle Carter's Littlo Norvo Piils and for the
balance Carter's Little Liver Pills. The
sample bottje of Liver Pills received from
you some time ago havo been tested by tue
and several of my friends among whom I
distributed them and in every lnstuuce
have given entire satisfaction. For sick
headache they are tho medicine seek not
to improve them they are perfect.
(iron Wii.1. Ava Jackson Co. Ills.
For sale by Williams Tollivor A Walker
druggiste Dallas Tuns.
YesI It's a l-'roe Country
You can cough sneeze snlTer and disgust
J'our friends with n miserable cold in the
lead or catarrh if you wish; yet sensible
people buy a ft) cent bottle ot Brown s tier-
man Catarrh Cure instead break up a cold
in bull an hour and cure the worst forms
of catarrh. Which will you do? For sale
by Williams Tolliver A Walknr Hoyt &
Collin and Howell it Co. Dallas. Texas.
To all who are sullering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth nervous weak-
ness early decay loss of manhood etc. I
will send a recipe that will cure you free
of charge. This great remedy was discov-
ered by a missionary In South America
Send a self-addressed envelope to the Kev
Joseph T. Ionian Btatiou V New York
Kcglish Female Hitters is intended for
young girls as well as married ladies who
haveny some exnosiiro become Irregular
pale and feeble with headache leticorrho-a
pain in side and back falling of womb or
female weakness or excesses. Its nso
strengthens and tones the stomach invigo-
rates tho nerves gives iron to blood cor-
rects irregular uterine action and removes
Considering the number of conipftlors
and the strenuous efforts put forth aud ths
high repute some or the competing Brands
enjoy at homo the winning of the only
tiold Medal ever given at an Australian
exhibition is quite a matter of congratula-
tion on the part of Messrs. W. T. Black-
well & Co. manufacturers of Blackwell's
I'reninture l-oss of llalr
Muy be entirely prevented by the use of
Burnett's Coooaliie. Housekeepers should
Insist upon ohtainiin Burnett's Flavoring
Extracts; they are tho best.
If health and beauty you'd tnaltiKln
And keep vimr lircMfi a perfect eliarm
le HiioiiONT Willi mlk'M and main;
For It alone prevenia lho linrin
That mum a woman's l vt t and breath
Aul leavei her month as dark as death.
Foaming and sparkling Bailey's Satlut
Aperient is the cheapest nml most ilellght
fill purgative In li-o.
For dvspepsu and
it delights every-
Those complaining of sore throat hoarse-
ness "or lakliiB cold" tdinnld Use Brown's
Bronchial Troches. The effect Is extraor-
dinary particularly when used by singers
aud speakers for clearing the voice. '
Buy your burgles at W. W. Orr's sue-
elisor to techier Orr Main street Dallas
8. B. 8. stands uii'lvuled for blood dis-
eae; Is a blesring to those who take II;
send me the address nfdi tihlful ones. John
8. Taggnrt Salamancin N. Y
One or tbe largest stocks of perfumery
cnsme'lcs hair ami tooth brushes at Jell
House's 713 Main street.
THE DALLAS HERALD SATURDAY
Iw Thousand FIt Huadre4 (than af
Capital Stock Now Oa the Market at x
To Ihe Business Public
Because of the probability that our next
legislature will require our institution to
make a similar ueposit to the amount
above named we now being recognized by
Ihe attorney-general and se- relary of state
as regular insurance aud because of our
determination to make our corporation a
successful and permanent business enter-
prise we therefore deem it prudent to take
immediate steps in this direction. It is
not our aim to intlate stock under the guise
of speculation nor simply to advertise our
business but the sole object is to make a
permanent deposit for Ihe reasons given
having thoroughly convinced ourselves and
all persons acquainted with our history
that the end will well justify the means.
Ihe entire capital stock or the corpora-
tion is divided into 5000 shares valued at
$20 per share. It is the intention ot the
present stockholders to retain one-half of
tins mi i n tur of i-hares and to make the
necessary deposit of $20 for each share held
by them. If any or all of them be unable
to raise tho required amount then they
will deposit the amount required for the
number of shares attained by them and
bold the remaining shares for sale at tho
price named. F.ach subscriber will be re-
quired to pay in full for the
stock held and hence there can
bo no personal liability on subscriptions
taken. Kach share entitles its holder to
one vote in the regular management or the
corporation and to that much of tbe regu-
lar monthly dividends which will bo de-
clared from the profits of tbe business
whenever this sioci. is i.egoliated. Noneof
the proceeds of the sales of steck will go to
the present manager and stockholders ot
tho association; nor will any of the depos-
it probably evor be needed to meet liabili-
ties of the company. The holders of these
shares will of course bo stockholders of the
company and will share in
U its dividends nnd profits.
The present management will control the
iiii"inimm until tneir successors are
eieeieu at ine Himuul meeting of ihe stock
Address all remittances in a responsible
manner to T. S. Burnett secretary Texas
Marriage Aid association box 221" Dallas
n. iniroeu secretary l exas
t .. . .
If yon are tioloit to the Kast oi Southeast
keep these tacts in mind: The time by the
.Memphis & Charleston railroad from Dal-
las Sherman Fort Worth and other Texas
towns lo New York is from one to livo
hours quicker than via any other line out
of Texas; tho time to Atlanta
Ceorgi.1 U eleven hours fnster than
tho time via New Orleans and
eight hours faster than the time of
any other route via Memphis. The time
to Chatt inooga is twenty-three hours fas-
ter than Ihe time via New Orleans and
eleven hours and forty-five minutes faster
than the time of any other route via Mem-
phis. Tho lime to knoxvillc Bristol aud
ull points In Kast Tennessee and Virginia
is twenty-three hours faster than tho time
via New Orleans and sixteen hours taster
than the time of any other route via Mem-
phis. Pullman palace sleeping cars now
run without change from Memphisoverthe
Shenandoah Valley railroad and via llar-
risburg to New York. Passengers de-
siring to do so have the privilege visiting
the wonderful caverns of Luray. Ask for
tickets only by tho Chickasaw route and
go through to your destination without de-
lay. For further information address P. K.
Kogers general western agent Dullas
Mothers! Mothers! Mothers!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken nf
your rest by a sick child sullering and cry-
ing with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
raliiiVe tho poor little sutlcrer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not n mother on earth
who bus ever used it who w ill not tell yon
ul once that it w ill regulate tho bowels and
give rest to the mother and relict ami health
to the child operating like magic. It is
perfectly safe to use iu all cases and pleas-
ant to tlie taste and is tho prescription of
one of the oldest and best female physicians
ard nurses in the United Slides. Bold
everywhere at 25 cents per bottle.
Oxford 'lire. August lti 1379. (Jartsr Mkii
(lnti.kmkn: Please send nie Ave
vial9 of Carter's Liver Pills by
return mail; enclosed please find one dollar.
I take pleasure iu roenniiuending your Liver
Pills to my neighbors and would say to the
people in general that Carter's Little Liver
Pills cannot be surpassed for common familf
use and I dare say rannot be equaled.
I have been using iliem for some time
and I tlml that they are entirely curing me
of dyspepsia and that is more 'than 1 can
say ot any other medicine 1 have ever used.
itespecllully yours Mrs. JI. Martin.
Tho Cutter medicines for sale by Wil-
liams 'lolhver & Walker Dallas Texas.
A Word to the Traveling. 1'iilitlc
Nothing pleases the traveler more than
to know that he can obtain tlrst-cliiss ac
comniodation from accommodating und
pleasant gentlemen who know bow to cater
to tlie public tnste. To thosedesiringsuch
no house in Marshall is ns well prepared
and no hosts mi ro genial the "hitropeun
llestaitrant." presided over by Messrs.
tieer & llodgkins on Austin street Mar-
shall. F.lcgunlly furnished nparlments
and the choicest culsiene ever offered in the
city. A long felt want at last supplied.
One trial will cause you to give it your
future patronage l'.euiember the pluce
on Austin street.
The Heat Always the Cheapest.
Header it is not necessary to swallow a
teacupful of any cough remedy to cure a
cold or stop a cough. Three teaspnonfuls
in 24 hours Is the advertised dose for Biown's
Cough Balsam. ' Pure as the refined gold"
is the verdict of thousands annually cured
by this sterling reinrdv. For sale bv Wil-
liams. Tolliver .t Walker Hoyt & Collin
aud Howell it Co. Dallas Texas.
A Nlern Fact.
Tho winter has set in but it did not catch
C. H. Clancy the famous shirt tnanufao-
turer napping for he still manufactures
those famous drawers double-lined in Ihe
seat and is making up flannels and gouts
winter under ear cheap. Flannels of every
description and thickness are being turned
out at rcmiitkehly low figures. Uo and seo
his immense slock and be convinced or the
Few Amonca'i ladies are aware that the
clear ringing tone or Hie Jersey Lily's
muienl voice l lho result of the almost
constant use or Brown's Tar Troches; they
are now en lorsrd by Ihe best speakers and
singers or the age. For salo bv Williams
Tolliver it Wall er Hoyt it Collin and
Howell it Co. Dallus Texas.
ANfosti Mo iikuw August 'ti 18T9. Cartib
(Icnliemeo 1'iesso send to my address
another bottle el toe Little Liver Pills. 1
consider thi tu .overelgn remedy for Head-
ache. Chari.ks S. BANtllMlin
Midland county Miclgan.
For sale bt Williams Tolliver Walker
Save the cbildivn 1 From a lack nf ma
turer Judgement they are iecially liable to
Sudden Colds Conihl Croup Whooping
Cough etc. I' so Acker's Knglish Keniedy
It saves hours or anxious watching. For
sale by W. II. Patterson A Co. Dallas
Do not delay bnt call at once and get one
ol thoso 0 tea sets at the Crystal Palace
Ladles from a Dl.tane.
All orders will be carefully Riled. Ad-
dress Mrs. & liauman 700 Klin street Dul
OommiKinir M.in i.n ... i I ' "-i w
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ftiietudiif Hrukoni" S i
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w rV'!V.ueJ!?ro'l"i'" " P'"'f ' 10
a' hand l' "ung it.ou ftero In jat
VAST.EJTA "fr-rti'UNTiiu.rbe ofVieO
street W-J jcim.
VV 1 '-"-An exWniHvj
m.i...u.i7 --....is iiiiiuMu-a ior iiu iv
and goo.1 wipn ass.m.d. Anulr to Ut.ham
runer. lieveretix. Dwaiur. lea.a
W't ntti' erinir"o7i;roTi:
till i 1 j Reiif rl houewirk famil if
- ' nov.'s t
vv Airtt f
on the 'Jih aud loth of next month noi.n.iw
it'istrn i" t:..- - -n .-r r-
good wagea. Apply to K. M. Kahn A o
u Proved frm of 1.'J
Ihmo .n '1" " culllvail glH.d roaidei e
about JO tenement houses ou same In ol r-
?Z ' e.'1u". 'ri" sfxated oil
hi Tb.-f. i Y"vtim ouu""'' wt """' ff"
town or Jellernoo. siteamtioat Inndlint ou
he premt.es. Ko further iufor.naliou i. Mr?..
J. t. Christian. Atlanta Tex. Nov Jld jw
WAkiK1!TT.7 1 i'."1-" onueTTl" Hurry"
..i. bror lu hl' Uo0'1 Ke nd steady
"or.. vw . r
Depot Hotel. Applv alnne. no
YTANTKD Agents .wanted tor our"uew. If
"Motorial Family Bibles." Kxu ton is to
aiteum Call on or address Tax as llooa amd
. Kijuain vireei iisna. l exs.
ArANTKD-A tile of the iuii.Y Hkualu lor
the year ls:s. Annitr ih n .... i.i. .......
Apply at Ihe lleialilnmee.
;0 aLK-irrpoi.okVo"fo'rt"le: ior
I Of llril WlliMt Un- J V
- . .. . c. ovinia eoruer r ieii
auu sain streets. die?.: t
Iliu Ull L- ".-...::".. ;
Bmun mac nun a. new
1 uiiRitv and tiaruoM for .ale or irl far
town lot or properly
iau at &UC Kim sin el.
L'UKf .M.rt-IIalf Interest Iu io ou -di or
r woi (In limiterl within ' mile fmni Kit-
uura suiuoii. A.iOAiis II F. litis ollieu.
It ii B1br 010 K""d bu-iiicsii homo a. d
..i """" i nranio uweimig with trou il
in roversi uuilillllli lot. for lalo. lullii l.t
Herald Olllee. ocl-tv
I '01. KAI.K I Her for sale my eiitnu moea of
I dniKs furniture ele ; my .t.H k is entirely
new; one oflhobcil .lauds for adroit .lore in
)al as. and a good tra!c; euue for selling had
health and a deaire o chanue I'tiulu H Alilllv
lo r n llltlliK Hi Kits. Hvelnm iiv u.la
lj'OKS Al.h-uneol the iuhsi deslralileand eon-
1 yeiileiit Beven-nioin residences In lint ellv.
ror fiillnforiiifiiapply m It. p. AunsiaiiKh.
at l.arues Insurance Agency. iiovjii-ti
I.-SOS HAhK-On the 6th of llecTiniwr licit I
X will sell at auction at my residence loot or
Poydras siruot forty head of cattle. Kd Wal-
I 'OR A ALK-Two (uud ciNik.uives suitable lor
1 hotel or restaurant: one No 20 Charier Oak-
other a Contiucnul god and nearly m w for
salo on account of wishing lo purchase Rauaen;
ulso hcauint .Utvo fur dlulng-rooni; all nearly
?eiv- Aj'ldy atumealDoliuonlco KestauranL
Dallas Texas. novlt-tf
POK HALK Tliree of'tiiebeiTbTliiaTd UblusTii
I theeity for sale veiy cheap lnoolru at
I 'OK 8ALK A choice farm of I7"i aerea !l miles
northeast of Pallas on tho Kockwall mad.
1611 seres now Iu cotton. Will soil all or dlvido
lu smaller tract to suit purchasers. Also the
farming Imtdenienla horses mules etc. on tho
plaeo. Will tell on reasonable terms. Apply lo
J. O. Crutchllol'l coruer Akard aud Jacksnu
i Oil 'U-A very desitalite eif "lot lirjj
ply tojiis Hhowninii 1017 K'.ni street.
K01' BAIK-A crusher and corn sMi'llor. Ki7i
I panleiilars call upon or addicts 8am Ccn.
lure ougview Texas septal
IOR b.M. -i hoiip-A leeiiud hiina englna
Apply or addre. Herald. in 1
It llK I o I'.llnt Hni ii:.r'ii- 1.7
tihermen now reutlni nt tw n.i.
Apply Ui A. f. l.fiiisroii Dallas Texas.
L'lK S.M.K rtesldeiles No. Hiu' lieander (it"
I one of the nml phisaiiilysliiiale.1 an I com-
yeni.int In every way fu the city; suvo-i rooms
Inquire on promises. augii-tf
l.'iOlt KKNT-A furnished room In prl-ate lam
I lly. eollVCllh'Ilt to tmsinek.. Annlr ! -til
Apply at :il6
'" M'aiet place lor rent; eirtit a' res;
I vegetablo garden lliiu orelmid ni-e resl-
itenee ham tenant house k'I waier; goml
tenant eau makellrlrg. lho rent and linudMiino
prulli out ol Ihe pl.ee; poaxciliih given at once.
Apply to it. II. TlillvniRII. 'ill klni nfr.l Iul1..u
I' OH HhN I lheenllic ui-.talis of biiililing at
cornorMalti and Marliu streels eoiiuilnlng'J
rooirs; also two inltaves at ciirner nf 'ui ..u ui.1
Comuien e ttretta. Inquire at "IB Main.tn-wt
l'OK RKN'l'-The eleit.n'l eoiheg" oii"sll Wood
I atreel: tlx rHima ai d bulb tfMim.i-itirn ma
city water. Apply U1I7 Kim street ' ihivjiHit
I4M)lt IIKNT-A n.mi. .1 xiW. over Ibo f T.
Saloon l.'ttii Klin ttrmt- will iBriiii.i. .r i..
suit teuaul Mitchell ti Haw kins. m.vjl :t
I'OR HKN I A house with four riMinit eoruiir
Houston and Columbia. Apply to J . 8.
Terry next dour. novM ir
POU RKNT-A li"W lnitniy frame hoiou
I remaining 12 room. kitchen and largnilln.
Ing hall adapted hir hotel or lodging house
sliuateil (lorner Kasl Ehn and Central railroad.
Apply at llluo Corner. Nnvil 2w
POR KKN r-i'leasaiit furulsbeii or unfund'dicd
I hHima for rent with or wllhout tsiar.l. An.
lpy at IlifiCnmmen e.lreel. corner HI Paul.
1'OK UKN l- Fl"rTela'.Vho"ul Ui rent In lleii;
Ion Teiaa; partly furidshed; pnolou
. ii ii-i-iiiMiir nn. apply to n. J. I.aey
IIAItlall .. . . ..."
POR RKNT-lhree fiiriil.li4.il rooms with or
1 wlthoiil board. Apply at llos Klm alreot.
I.""OR RKNT-X)iumnrelal HoUd on CoiumerTe
I alreot south of Urand-Windsor; repainted
and newly paiered. Call on llowaxa A Im.
IOiT A diTard deeil of release fnnii II W
J Train ell lo Thomas (lo IT. The Under will
pleaao leave aame si the nlHoo of Jones fc Mur-
phy and oblige. Thomas tioir. iuiv."J-lw
XUoncn to IToatt.
MONkY Tti LOAK-On "iaiiii"" long'tlmVUm
rates. J n WalklusA Co. Marsalls bulld-
l"g lsllr. Tr..
PHVitTIAN AM) Bt'ROKON-rl" Vortoni
oflli-e oror Kiehango bank tir.lMhm' rt.
donee Kli Hta JaiX'Ulo attimt; Uileihoun at m j
DR. S. EAGON "
Physician and Surgeon
Rrjl.lonce corner Ilryan and Itarworxl ata
fPp SlalrO Omeo-nii Main Pircet.
11. H. CHILTON E P
Oculist and Aurist
40.1 Main Hlr.el . I VLI.A1 TF.XAS
MlpTwwIle Ontnd Wlndnr Hotel.)
I 1 1TAI.4 latrkMttli
Hll"f? tW.fMiaa um lull Ithir-
eiM rMrvrMsf Mr. fit Ihe
4; mnMr4 m h
ajKltt kstlrsvr. HnM ms); eXrvfl
tm MirfM ar wnMcsi mt twuwr-
A V -
A "V11"'"' i'ng mn let hi. li
"It vb'' "llJ "''". n-t-ii. ..1 lirllul.
r.. k. n ouh bin h. i.. ! it..i X w.
IiiimI. w .k..r wd ' 5;;ih
111 I..I il. brilliAMr. hri ii. li. h r?t
k.. - ."" 'r " iwmtniT tll..n
IMhMl tttiUK itliU wl U
But Clean Goods New
Dallas Branch. . J. Lemp's Western Brewery
ST. LOUIS MISSOURI.
A FULL LINE OF KE3 AND BOTTLED BEER AND ICE ON HAND
T"io Finest and Moat Ponnl.r nr in n ni...a o.......
ciiaim.ks mi:is'im:i;ii a w.
W. N.WILLIAMS M.D.
Treats ONLY the Medical and fnirelr.l nu.
eases of Women.
OU .VI ul ii Street Oullaa Irani
0. P. MEADE W. A OHAHAM.
Meado & Graham
Law and land Office
HENRIETTA. 0I.AY COUNTY TEXAS.
U.L. Cbawfoud. L. F. Smith. V.U. Caawpoan
Crawford Smith & Crawford
Attorneys at Law
Offlro-N 41H Matu Htreot.
McKlNNON as CALL
ATTORNE YS-AT -LAW
1I1LI.SIIOKO HII.L COIINTY TK.XAfl
Have a coaiplete and perfect alnt. net of tllle
tievery aurvey of laud and town lot lu Hill
ismnly. Hiicclal allciillou glvou hi conunirilal
and land mtKailim.
REAL ESTATE A(IENT
AND DEALER IN EXCI1ANQG.
Beymonr Boylnr 0o Ti
Large TracU of Land for Sale lu tracts of from
tiri toy-five lliou.aud to one hundred thousand
PATfON & HUDSON
ATTORNEYS - AT-LAW
Vxicl linnet AKoiitfst
ALVAII AIIO JOHNSON CUtNTV TKXAS.
BrrColUH'tlons a specially. Iteler by pennls-
tioii to Alvarudo Hank. oml.-tf
Graham c Fuller
Attorneys and ileal Estcte Agents
"Special attention given to collection..-
J. M. RICHARDS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
sr Special attention given to collections.
W. B. & O. Q. WRIGHtT"
Attorneys nt Law
No 718 Main Rtreet tip Htalra.
It a I I a H TKXAS
SOHOELLKOPF & CO
Manufaeiurors and tioaleri la
AND WHOLESALE UKAt.F.RS IN
Leather Shoe. Findings
and Saddleiy llaidware
6.10 4 Ml Maim and 818 A ainCoxxKiiciSta.
Onr er.nneelloB with tanners and mannfaotn
era Kast enables us to compute In prloea of
i.csinttr wun uaiveainn. now urieans ar m
PLASTER of PARIS.
Franco-Texan Land Co
PLASTER OF PARIS FACTORY
A. rilAI-TlVK rrealitenl It I'lllrrMI
(len'l Rtnt't and Maeaaer.
Are prepared to till orders for I'laak r of Parti
ol ijent nuaJlly at reasoiialile rate
K. CltlKK. r.T
m. J- V i t i o i a
ALLEN & HAWKIN3
FAMILY GROCERIES !
Produce a Specialty I
Ha 1348 Iilrn Street
Knrtb T.iaa 01 til sal Orlnlaal
Headquarters Dallaa Texas 200 Main street
All onDeeilou nd aeerel -rvle a pronintly at-
leu! ki JW. ei'iNtla Man asih Coek
ia no iw
Hr' ft .u I. ...w'l''.?' II'1'' "f""! 1. -
.?.k ri.. 'J1 '"ul'' ""
Mul.l.. whKli .wotu.lly .uOrd la .Lr
( lr . ? ft nanut li.l
Hit - reirh ..f ll .i'.L 7 "'" "v.
Stock and Low Prices of
""iT.. ASON cfe 331X13
dllJalnjilBvUiui.AS 1 KXA.
Hall & Wise Sumoycrs anil Land Ag'ts
AMlace Taylor Cotintv Taias
Control ranches aud farming lands In Taylor.
Jones. Usher Haskell Runnela aud .urroundlua
tiouitUes. Buy and aell ihecn
POWELL & GAGE
LAND L0CATIN6& SURVEYORS
i wf thorouirlily acquainted with the pnbllo
land of the Stem having urverod and looaUtd
manycnlonlea. ati. k raueheaand farma.
i'"'H MAF 6KTIIK HTATK SKNTKKKR
VKAIj t'OOI'EIl & ( 0.
Dealers in Real Estate
614 ELM STREET DALLAS. TEXAS.
Will Itiiy hell and ltcnt I amis nit
Ixilaauil HoiiNOH. Will l'ny Taxoa
lOxainlno and rorfort Tlic fu
AM I'AKTS ol TLX AH and
LOAN MONEY FOR CAPITALISTS
Will ?VO DM'f'lHl Rttnnthm In iHtiisl..r- ..A
UnreHtuui.n ii Un tut
Mealloii for auies raiielies plno lauds for saw
mill aud lnrniliiK lamia
Uo will Kive K-lal attnmton to tho Invest-
ment of Toxaa A tViDc lillroad Compan.v
LAND GBJLST BONDS
la lianda of the Company
Ilavln had a aurvnTtntj norna on the frontlet
Of 'leia. for the lent elahtjear. and traveled
eslen.ively In the .late he la thorouKhlv
acqualntrd Willi tho quality of lands
In dlflereut portions a. well as the
title to Ihe aaino and belng
famtllar with the differ-
eut proposed Unes of
BIS facilities for aaat.tlna; pnrcbsaers lo rood
bartsuia are miauriiaasod aud be
To all parties entmatlne htm with their buslnea
Be la alao propai-ed to furnish on bortnotlot
Of title nf flallaa oltv and eotinlT ttrottert
M POWSLU t. L. OAS!
POWELL & GAGE
DALLAS. TIXJ 8
auto agents for
NON-RESIDENT LAND OWNERS
Onr perwnal attention to renderlnt lands fol
taxes id Ute laxe at the proper
He an mt'r aalea
Stfitft Map Trv.
SANBORN Sc WAItREN
Wholeiale Dealots In
Por the State of Tex. rnqneaUonably Ihe
bt-atoTni made lis aales are five times greatnr
lhan that nf all other aiylea of wire enmlilaed.
Hi nnr eireulsrs dmerlpllve of this inparlor
wtie refrrriiis to aire Itenrtli and aiateria
from whbh 'I la m'V ernrma nl SAlv.nl.inc
'ir. IANH0BM A WARN KB. Benslos
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