The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 114, Ed. 1 Monday, March 9, 1885 Page: 3 of 8
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JAY GOULD'S VETERAN ABETTOR-
Ull Tp Powni on tht Street" Hit
oPutf.. "t.nii nun --trauuiet"
Ibe Career of stuck Op-
erator MeruiooD Etc.
THE HERALD; DALLAS TEXAS MONDAY MAKOH 9. 1885.
Saw York March 2. A little red
tftit looks as big as a cart wheel in tlio
(Veorilu'u &an and lu arlthniell-
.I progression a iru aouar iooks n
big a a u-'rn door. Mr. Sago has not
l been as lioor as he Is iow. Tiie
belief ymvailH iu Wall street that he
could not at this tbae scrape together iu
U Ui-i possesions over f S000OCO or f 10-
vj(XW at lie outside. ISttfore slocks
lKtsu to Kbriuk lu the summer of IS I
Mr Saire's wealth was ostlninled to be
close on io$JS.iKKV.H)0. He had been iu
with Javtiould iu the hitter's seueino's
gnd iu the Hood liilo of luck that "little
Diau" was aaiiiiiK on had uiiulo iiu-
iiienno sunn. Jlolween 1S79 and 18SI he
nearly doubled his fortune. 1 u u ainnle
year covering partol lKTUaiul purl hI'Inm)
ilm "HtrtHU" amiks he must have made
l.m0)0 oil his "pula." "calls" and
oilier privileges aloue. Where he iiiado
mod of his money was In the Union
racilio the Wabash the Missouri Pacific
mid tlie AliBsourl Kansas and Texas
railroads and the Western Union Tele-
graph consolidation and 'J'exai awl Pa-
cific construction and Investments in
the Erie Kail way second consolidated
bonus and the Iowa Central tirst niort-
(TKite bouds. lie was caught iu the un-
expected decline alono with Uotild and
was unable to unload the irroat muss of
((curitics that ho had accumulated in
tbe MiheineM and tratisuctions named.
Hiusitwas that ho saw his fortune
nhrivel up before his very eyes and ha
n unable to he'p hiuisuli. It was a
Li KB immucAtmiir nv Icaniiiiiiu
He was in exactly the same position as
(ioor missionary bound hand and toot
mvaitinir to bo cooked and eaten. The
missionary could see the cannibals
starting a bon-lire whetting their
knives and playing leapfrog for ex-
ercise to stimulate their appetites. He
would have retired trom the scene If he
could but he was obliged to stay lor ob-
vious reasons. Mr. fiuge would have
liketl to have sold out his stocks and ta-
ken the Krent profits that the high
figures would have given him hut he
could not do It. Every lot oll'i-red du-
plexed the price for there was no niar-
tut tor tho soouritii-s and any attempt
to forco a sulo would have knocked the
bottom entirely ottiof prices. Mr. Hugo's
Itriuuo uegnu lo.snrinic uowiy at Urst
In liquidation and pv off tbe deposit-
ors and creditors in legal tender uotea.
the whole lilau Was nn1rstvl tn
Mr. Safe's. The eld Tror
ana hichencctndv ruilrnml .. i.;i.
by the city of Troy It ilid not pay and
the city wanted to sell It. A certain
ruin whs neeoeu M carry the bill con-
smidating the roads ruunintr through
the state that made np the Now York
Central road. Hago and aoine others KOl
the Troy A Sobenec ady for $i"n.Oon and
by ac.mtvol of tho vote the Xw Yi rk
Was obllKeJ t0 ailow it at
Early last year he was a large holder
ot New York Central and Iniunti in the
great etlort to start tbe stock up above
IIS. lhe endeavor was fruitless ami
jvige was obliged to "take his loss."
oe uas never neen a great trader iu
the market. Where he has looked for
profits has been in lending monev writ-
ing stock privileges and participation iu
deals like the re-organization or railways.
i thus writes In the
Mre. Vtnlow'e Sootlilu
Kev. Svlvnnns Col.lt i
i.oston Christian Freeman: Wo would
by no nivalis recommend anv kind nt
inediehie which we did not know to l
good-particularly fur infants. Hut o)
Mrs. AVinsluw's Soothing Svrup we can
speak from knowledge In our own
futility it has rovod ablesshiR Indeed
by giving nn infant troubled with colic
pains quiet sleep and the parents un-
broken rest at night. Most parents can
appreciate these blessings. Ilere is an
article which works to perfection and
which Is harmless- lor the sleep w hich it
allorilH the infant is perfectly natural and
me niuecneruu aw.iKos "brnr it as a but.
ton." And during the process of tootle
its value is incalculable We have
Cure Tor Pllne.
Piies are frequently preceded by a
sense of weight iu the back loins and
tower part ot tbe abdomen causing the
patient to suppose he has some affec-
tion of the kidneys or neighboring or-
pus. At times symptoms of imliges-
'..lull lire i rntnii' n.. H-.t ......
tiessot the stomach etc. A moisture
like presporation producing a very dia-
ageeable itching after Retting warm is
coniuion nueuuant. mind
Bleeding and Itching Piles yield at onet
to the application of Dr. Itosanko's PiUr
neniouy wincti acts direct v unon th
parts affected absorbing the tumors
allaying tbe Intense itching and affect-
iK a peniianeni cure. Price GO cents
ddross tho Or. Ilosanko Mcdieinn Cm..
'hnia Ohio. Sold bv W. 11. Patterson
If there ever was a soeculio for anv
one complaiut then Carter's Little Liver
ruis are a spccihe lor sick headache
and everv woman should know thin.
They are not only ti pjsi'.ivo cure but a
suro preventative it taken whon the up.
roson is ion. carter s Jjlltto J.lvor
'ills act directly ou the livor and 1IIm.
ind in this wav remove the eaimn nf
disease without tirst umkiug you sick
by a woakouing purge if you try them
ou win not be dlsappulutod.
Mrs. Noilleu lias as-oi-rited Mr.
Hawkeswith herself in the dressmak-
lug business. They have t:keu the
rooms lately occupied by White &
unite attoruoys at-law ;o. 61.1 u in
street up atairs and aro prepared to
execute all tties'onakiiig with prompt
ness aim satistaction.
Mrs. Noulen solicits a continuance
of patronage of thel.idiea of l'utlas ami
but as time wore on the ohrinkaiio irraw
jnoreranid and he bcigan to be alarmed.
Ho knew thut bo must practice economy
i ad he took steps to curtail on all sides
lie w vtsustiiiiiiog a niissiouary iu tile
lar west who was laboring among the
untutored Indians. The good lmiiiwas
allowed iM a year to feed and clothe
himsolf. It was with a sad heart thst
Mr. S.igo carved f 100 oil' his allowance.
Wall btreot was afterwards informed
thK Mr. Sago learned that the mis
sloiKiry had turnod savage and was get-
ting fat oncfl nioio ou government ra
tions 'IlniHis went trom bad to worse
Willi Mr. Smue until to day ho Is com-
pletely changed from what ho was four
slifirt "years ago Two-thir.ts of the
money that lie loved ho well has gone
ami tins is t.'io reason ot tlio grout re
vulslon iu hii nsliire. At the opei.iug
ot tvst lie was as
rFIKKnt'Ur..S A N A II MY Mfl.K
puling thiMles. The milk of human
kindness hail not then cindled lu his
breast and tie wai as benign and char
itable as tho man who goes to clnireh
every Sunday for tlio pluasuro td'drop-
ing homething.iuto the contribution
ti. x. liedid a good deal in charity and
lie was fond of presenting books to
young men who wore striving to get on
in the world. The art of mouoy-inakiug
never had ureter lascinailon tor any
iiiHiitinin It bud lor Kussell Sage hih
a kniie-thuist could not have hurt him
nioro than it did to havo fortune turn
against htm. When lie lirft fell in wiili
.luv tinnld bn wah worth nrobaltlv Ii.IMmI-
0 hi or 7(HHt.(K(). That was all of It) years
go. (Joulil waslu (tospernio stratis lor
fur wantof monoy. Jlo went to sago.
who helped him ut in his lime of nc.-e
bv lending li iiu $:!tiOoUtHi it is said and
hiking his Union laoinc stock as to
curilv. Oould was grateful for a time
and S.ign was let (into the dillereut
it hemes of tlio "little man." The mot
to of Gould however has always been
that self-preservation is the first law of
nature and when tho decline was pre
cipitated in lfoil he paw how things
wore Eoinir. and using tho language o!
Wall street ' got out" of bis stocks as
fast as he could without giving Sage
notice. As it wa Would lost minimis
before he oould clear up things. S:igs
la keen and crafty and after a while It
downed upon him th '.t Mould was very
likelyuiiuketingaU hccould. II ewasuol
loinjlncoiivincing himself that hissur-
niio wss correct but bn was obliged to
content himself wiih the second ciianee
.1 !... ...... n I'-. I. oil........ II... .!.!
Uik away from his wealth and iu I vi
he lisd become 90 fuural lliut bo hsiked
iber tho pennies nmioas much as the
d"lr-'. Ills lunclus were an ludicu-
tluii of the economy that he practisml.
In l ho tiiiios whoii every moment ail-
del to his dollar-) l.p would lend an ear
lu the plttadings of his sloiu o li and
ord.r a chop ami a tmttlo of citler.
When tlio dollars peguii to disappear he
Cimo down to
a ciitAruit n vsis.
Tliero was a litilo place called "Hole-
In-tlie-Wall" where sandwiches were
Mippllt'd at tho moderate ruto ot ft cents
lin n there was a Htand where two dl-
niliuuivo red apples a trillo knotty
maybe could be obtained lor I cent.
Mr. Snge became u patron of these
places in tlinpbn'ool cider he could
urAtr a glass'of whiov from a spigot in his
own olllee and il c nts luvcslvil In one
iii'twieli urtd twoi'.pples tervetl him 'or
but mlld.iv rofrm-iliiiiout. A boy who
Was itecu toiiied to going for bis lunch
was sent one day. In an evil moment
tlie- hoy wont to'Ui lmonlco's and sqiiun-
ilorwl l"ieents for a sandw ich. Mr. Sane
n-d the bo a lecture on extravagance
thai niudo" his hair cm I and then
ho deducted 10 cents from Ids
urs to teach him a lesson. It was net
Until tho money pRiilo of 1SSI t lint the
post havoc was created among Sngu's
millions. He Ind sold nil lit pilvllcires
3'to :io points below the market lie
UioiiKht io was sale enough at that dis
tance from the quotations no matter
"hut came and tbe sight of prices going
Jl and lid points below these even
hh iippuling. He was credited with
owning up to a loss of about fSJUO.OUO In
uHnt cash besides a slirniksge iu his
conrlttoH of about $7)H).(KX more. The
ordeal was loo much for the old money-
lender. It m ai ly diove him into an In-
Mno Hi-vluiu Ho was frenzied over his
loxien anil bis physician to give his
Jensen onion. i him to leavo the
"reel." Ho settled his contracts w ith
Muc!anr. lluliil nntl umulit. I hit mif.l okiim
f tlie Aruyle h)ii)-l at llabylon lAng
xiaiiu. v all street consider Sago
A TIU.nG OF THE TAST.
it does not believe bo w ill ever occupy
fi old position tbero again. He is
i inroiiKlily frlghlent'd. He is afraid lo I
. ' a Uls uionuv for fear that he will lose
It mid nothing in left of bis former
Rfeii'uem lu t1M tiiianelal iiurt. He
scd to write ihouaanda or privilege s
very wiek. wlieieas now his contiaitts
only cover MK shsies. One )l tho Hint
'Hugs that NsgD made money In was an
l'"railon connected with the New York
"'itral railroad. Tho stock of this
fad Btrengely was one of those
which Jin sustained great
ti lnhi year. The story begins
iny whero he used to keep a gro-
K'f.v. lie pi it K)iHics and was
"dnated for comptroller or the cltv.
"iNrospotislbilliy was (inestloued slid
lorthwith I'Ul.ilslietl ait Inventory ot
wealth whlcli looted up ISO.floO. lie
f" "clod. He proceeded to allow
la if ""P'Hy. He was interested
'"t he Commercial Imnk of Troy and a
.''"jank connected itb 11 The
Utltls f ll.o I... .i - ......
- iiii-iiuiuiiH b iuo iair
r"'!" were nialnly In gold and slvnr.
'I nsn irnl.l c. - .... . . . ii.
i.. . u ai. auu silver
.n . -'" )'i iue eanio ngure
-v. wuvitinini iv jufr iue Maua
WANT To PKKSKUVK YOflt
HE A 1.1 it?
To bring health and happiness to uf-
forlng women is the mission of I'rarl
hold's Venialo Hogubtlor. Try It and
you will be convinced. Scud f:r our
treatise on "Health and Happiness of
wonionj" mailed freo. I(uapi-'ii:i.p
HEQUI.ATOR Co. Atlanta tla.
I he stock and fixtures of one of the
best siniitls iu the city of Dallas can be
bought for A few dollars. A splendid
business well established. Satid.ictorv
reasons civon for soUltiL'. Address 10.
N Hi RM.p OihYc.
Alt hU.) 6t;lliea fi6i b
groat nervo restorer. No rits p.ftor firs
itava' uso. Marvelous t ire?. Treat la-
and T" trial bottlo free to tit cswes. Bete
lo Dr. KUno wi Aroli nticot PJJlfiilul
Durkce's Salad Dressing is composed
ot the IreMiost purest and choicest con
diments money will bin . it Hurpasses
any mat can oo ma-ie at Homo
uti'-apcr saves labor ami an anxiety.
We call special attontlou to Hughe
Bros' advertisement lo be found in oui
columns who being overstocked with
champagne wine lu lutimil'actiiriiig their
urape Malting I'owuev aro proxsiug to
aiuiat gtvo it u'.t av.
Paper llniurlnir I.ownrThnn Ever.
Satisty yourselves of the nbovn nssor
tton by calling on us and we w ill take
pleasure in showing yon our specimen
work and an entirely new and lull line
of decorations and paper hungtiiijs.
McC.M.I. & KllNKNwi.IN
bVl Main street
With hard tliiien wo have reduced
prices ou Wall Paper window C!las
Paints and Artist Materials Picture
I' i times etc.
Hamilton ft Youno.
Kiti Elm street.
Mrs. Mary Hammond (widow
Cant. K. M. Hammond) has route. I tl
large and comodious house of Mr. Wood
t.;0 Coiumcrce and w ill havo rooms eU-
gantly luriilshed to rent with or wita
outboard. Table board by tho "lay ot
I.arne lot of hotel fiirniliiro for sale on
Satuidny at It) a. m. Heds Mattress
Springs Tables ashst ind.-) I hairs.
Dressing Caes Boil clothing tinware
and many other articles at lhe Aticiinu
sod Commission house ill!) Kim
Thcrii is a si-r'-et about
MEXICAN FEMALE UEIdD2
which all ladles should know boa oar
j'.rculat e.t yotii- driij-gi-.t't!.
J iCAKSllCARTEPCSl I
trc.iientlv heard mothers sav that thev
nf-l not tHi withoill it from th liirlh 1
the child till it had Unished with th
ethiil'- kieire. on nr .onitilii-.ti...
wlnitever. Sold bv all drniririm. j
cents a buttle.
8hnkp-r Snyt Truly:
-. inn w n teii we etui a roae
Bv niiv oilier u.oiu u-on il mpii
But ihe reverse is eouallv trim and i.lio
simple fact that so many wretched per
fumes are designated Florida Water
does not imparl to thorn any of the
sweet tragranco ot tho genuine Murray
ot LiaiiuiHirs I'loi-uia Water Uoware of
these counterfeits and nisi a Kerf nt' ob
taining only the right article w hioh has
won for itself the foremost position us a
Voting Mm?--!t-.nt Tills.
i ho oltaic Holt omnium v nf lur.l
chall Mich idlers to send their cole-
nrateu electro- oltuio licit and oilier
Mectric anuHancca on trial for tliti-iv-
days to men (young or old! allHi'tinl
Ith nervous linhiliiv. loss of vIihMiv
and manhood and all kindred troubles.
Also for rheumatism neuralgia paral-
ysis and many oilier iliseaxes Com-
plete restoration to health vigor and
manhood guaranteed. No risk is in
curred as thirty day s trial la allowed.
Write them at once for illustrated pam-
The Fire at It.ilntitirrtl't.
Has consldoralv damasiod rhniimtii'h
stock in the wholesale denartnienl.
hlcli he oilers to sell at almost give
away prices. This is r. good chanco foi
every body to buvohesp plumes tin.
fimthors plushes hats velvets
rlblions silks satins voKeteons
laces dress buttons hair goods rush
lug and many other goods lor ladies'
wear. Ladks should o enrly to avoid
the rush nt K. ISatuoan's 700 Kim
Sinl'li ft Hull nrrt representing the Sun
.-.Ot.... ..' I ...l.... I- I i.
I'o.'ii.L". "I I o..i iimi I . nu I iii o linon'
Btianli.i of Hamburg (ieiinsnyj Kire
man's Kunil ol Sim i' l nneiseoCalifor
nin; Oakland Home of Oakland Call
foiniii; Western fire and Marine Insitr
anoe coinp-.tny of Sail Francisco.
If llieiu ever was a siipelile for anyone
complaint men t.arier's Utile Liver
t ins ore a s:.. ciiiti lor stck liea iacne
and every woman sliould know this
Only oii'i pill n dose.
20 Yoars of Agony
Comtlpgtlon Dyipeptla Dintrest ! Eating Dizzlnein Nausea
Drowsiness Pain In the Side Coated Tongue Bad Tasta
In the Mouth Sallow Skin and all disordera caused
by a biliout state of the system.
They do this without dlfturbing lhe ttomach or mrying the
boweh and there is no pain griping or discomfort attending their use.
It is no longer necessary to scour one's insides out with tlie old fashioned
purgative pills and tlicy arc last giving way to tho gentle action of this
mild and pleasant remedy.
Carter's Little Liver Tills are entirely unlike all other pills and are a mar-
vel to all who use them. They arc very small strictly vegetable and as the
doc is only one or two pills they are readily taken by younger old without
a thought of the presence of medicine. It you try them you will certainly
be pleased. In vials at 2 cents each or J for $i.oo. Sold by Druggists
CAKTElt MEDICIXE CO. New York City. t
RfVI sheet cf Testimonials and set of Handsome Advertising Cards Ik
nt on receipt cf stamp. Mention this Paper. C
HW VV t Ml H Oil v '
133 and 73S Bala Street
Iireest stock and LnwiHt Prli.A. Ptanru
and Organs sold on lusUillniciits. Pluuos
aud Orguns fur rent.
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C. II. EdwariU
f J.1 'VvV
Mason & Hamlin
Direct Importation ot Jlusloal InrtrumsaU
ffSTTI P"1! KSk
Joel & B. F. olfe
01 SOLE AGENTS
For the Kutl r ltat.e;or Texas
and CO Nli ENH Kits aswrte.l slim lu (Jul-
venlo.i from whlcli to Ull orders promptly
thnuiili lmrolmsi-ra may elect to Lav
their order Mind direct h orn our faotoi-toa.
All orders to Joel 4 11. K. Wolfe or ouraelvet
shall have prompt attention. Our price
are low anil wltlilii retell of alt and wocuar
ante to every purchaser HKST-CtASi
M. VCI1 INKS hi all respect.
THE BR0W1 COTTON Gil COMPAQ
Recently used by tho Herald office. Will put in
good repair and sell lovr. Apply to HERALD OF
FICE or THE TOMPKINS IMPLEMENT CO
Shlloh's Vitalizcrl what you nooil lor
consumption loss of ajinctllo dizincB
and all symptoms of oysiiopiia. l'rlce
10 and 7i cunts per bottle. Kohl by J. L.
Williams A. Vo.
More ensca of hick headiiclic bilious
ness constipation etc. can be cured lu
leas lime with loss medicine anil for
loss money by usmir ( artcr'a LilUe
Llvor 1'illti tl.au by any otiior moansl
In the Loch .V rrcihciK bankrupt atoek
Ihuro la tho most select lino of cln;ir.i iu
the elate. Tln-.v nro koing at ') per com.
less than Nov- Yol k cost.
Fnil-.d. Tlio Cutora Rouuidies Tr
"I have lirfin nffllc-ti'il fortwentv wars Willi
stlimn ot.utc Hltiii illMi'iis- culled bv Home
M 1). iiMiniisl mi. I others lein'osv. coin-
ni.'iH'Irm on my h-.ilp mm In i-p lc of ull 1
could do llli the In Ip of tlie most hklllful
dm-toi'rt It .-lowly t.iil Mirely cxieinleil until
a year iy ttilt winier II e'ovi r. .1 my cut in
person tn form of dry seali s. l'or Itm last
ini'i'c.v. ars i nave ue.-n unaiiio to do any la-
bor ami sult'eiinn Inlens'-lv all tlio lime.
Kverv luoi nlnw there e.ail.l lie nearly a illl-d-pautul
oi sealeK taken trom tlie hlieet of my
bel mime ot tlii-m linlf ns tarLre as tli -u.
velope eoivtninm tills leiler. In tho lnliei
pan of wli.l. r niv skin rommenee.l crackliit;
open. I tried i- t-ryt IiIiik. ahnoit thai could
be I lM'ii-ht of wllliont liny relief. Tho l.Mh
of June I slurled '(t In hones I could
reach ilie Hot Sprlnirs. 1 rcaelied D.-lroll
and w.iHsolinvl thotu'hl 1 should havo toiro
to the liospital hut dually yot a-i far as lam-
mill!. Mli li. whi-ie I lout u.-dMcr llvini;. Dim
lr. treated me about two weeks hut did
nu" no :;o..d. Alt thouyhl I had hut n xhovt
time to llvo. I carie-Mly prayed to ille.
t'raek.-d Ihrouuh the s-Khi alt over my bnck
ueiiihn my rib-. arms hands Hint" feet badly
swollen ioe-natU en me oil' llnu'-r-mill deail
and In. 1. 1 as bone hairdead dry and lltelcs
asol.t htraw. O my tiodl how I did Niitfer.
'My hl-ter bail a i-iuall part of a liox of I'll-
ticui'M In the ItotiHi. she wouldn't kIvj up;
natil: 'We wilt try f'nlleura.' Honie was ap-
plied on one hand and arm Kureka! there
w as rellel ; Mopped the ten Itilc Inmilm; sen.
Kallou from lhe word r.i. They immc llalely
ttot the 11 TK'l ll A ItKsOI.V KNT Cl'Tll'lUM
and t l TH i n SoM'. 1 i-ommeueed by lak
lux one tal-h i.onliil of Hesolvent three
tioii'H a ilav. ntl'-r meats; had a hnih once a
day water ah.. ul I.I.mmI h' iit u -i d t'ulleiira
Soap freely; npi'llid Culleura iiioinlni; ami
eveiiin.;. tt-'ull let o'ne.l to lav home. In
.u-t sl week-irom III-lime 1 tell and my
-.kill ii- MiiO'.lh " liii'.s'i.'.'i of p i per.
ii i it a m !:. i:pi:n'I Kit
"lleii.lerson .lelterou comity N. Y.
"Sworn to Is lore nic this nln. I.'. nib day of
Janu.oy l-ii. -'A. M. I.n hmi'i:ii.
"Jusllvo of the lVaco."
(.'I'Tict n A Hlsol VK NT tlie new Mood pii-
rllliT Internally and t'l IK rn and frro
(i ll v So.m- lhe ureal skin cum s eMrrimlly
l-leal'the I'oi.ipb i..il.-l. an-e the Skin and
Sealp.alld pin if lhe r.l.iod of every' speel
Ol lb 1 1 1 1 V . .-e ilv I'lllipiy Si roflllolls Mer
cui'hil and t'liiiterous IIuiiioih and Skill
Toitui'os w lion iih sielans hospitals ami all
ol her means lull. Sold cvor.vw heic. Prlre
I'uiii'i aA.uiv.; SnAi-.iic.j lti.aoi.vrM' tl.
Vntter lit-no; anil riirndetil Co.. ltoaton
PCnHTV'Q 1'atk. Tho CrrniTKAMK-Uf-fHy
I I O nu inai. and Ton. it soap.
J 1 11
17.00ii Acr New MatMo 12 mllri fttmtlnp on KUlrHnde At tl perar.
bVptHiH Acrns Now MfMoo u.mhJ prHrt uiiil wuleT.nt-t mi. per acre
rw Acrett Nrw Mexico Tmnrovc-l hloiiTtiailo botlom (fieat bftrfialuj
AoifK AilJnlnliiK tlilfc l'y. nil bottom mUmviti lunU
f.txi) Acrt-H Iu Ch'iiMhlift Mnxlro urcnt atmutlrtnceoi running ivAtT. Improved at 60c
Aeri-H. In Chlhtiatoia. Mexico ldontv of water aomuelioioe fannlnu IhihIh. ul.mw.
il.'lW AriMi In ChlliiiHlinn Mexico ou Klo Uraudo fronting nix miles wator ou back
rnnife i per sere.
W.iKiO Ar-rm cho'u o pasture land In Chlhnaiina ahnudnnreof wafer V. an acre.
?'1I Ai ri" In l'lifljiiiitiiiarlulcc rune.- abundance of lthsu and water fski. cor ncre.
JC.bMl Acres largo lake pure water and controls loo.ujo aoren. exoclteul grass ftsd. location
(1ST. per aeie.
24 0110(1 AereNliuprimd and ahicked eicelli-ul water and soil cheap.
in Aoros iDlle rlvi-r larco amNrliHlce ts.llom land balance good piMtnro 250
IK 500 Acres (nod land and river front plcirty wafer aud gians Improved We.
IJ. C. HEATTY Manager
exieoi miri'Trsns Unrl ami CnttJo ronmany EL PASO TEXAS.
MinorAOTcacB or and ssalis im
"CF IMI BER
Shingles Laltis Dears S3$h DHnds and MoiildlngSi
CIT-W manufaclor our lamber anil can eompett with ths world in prices.
MILLS IN ifOWIE COUNTY NEAR TEXAUKANA
Yard Between Rcss Avenue and Camp Street Dallas Texas.
A. SNEWIPR'-IIID uJSTTIAL ADMIN-
ISTRATION i3EO-lJSrS OIT THE14TH
of march; i with ithb demoo
BAOY I1T POWER. UZtTIDIEm THH
ISTIEIW REGIME THERE fWILL BE
1OHAUGE8 THE AOTS OF OOIT-
O-RESS WILL BEJ EXTREMELY IN-
TERESTING A. IT 3D THE OURRE3STT
OF GENERAL EVENTS IMPORT
ANT AND INTERESTING-. THH
HERALD WILL GIVE
OF ALL NEWS'
B. R0BFRT8 Mannt".
Anheuser's Premium Beer 1 Political. Financial! Commercial
Take a few moments ami eonio
around mid convince vur?flt that ttio
Lotdi V. rriol'ij mock la helnt; sold re-
gardless of oosd. 1. 11 KIDI.Nim.MKU.
The Ioeh A l-'roiherj Htock contaiilf
tho tincit lino of teas In Texas which I
am Belling ut JO to M ernta per pound.
blccplons nliflit- made tuterable the
t!iattorrihlocoii;'n. Shlloh's Ore la toy
rrdy for jou. bold by J I Wlllanis
Will von auftor with dyapcpsia and
iver coinplaiiitT Muloh'a v italir.cr is
gnarantoe! to cure you. hold hy. J. L
Williams A Co.
Phlloh'a Calarrli ISoniody a positive
imre for ca'atrh. d'piitl ' Tin and ci.iiKq
mouth. Sold by J. L. Williams Co.
A rtnfftl luiwtor frrt with each boV.l.
of Hhiloh'a' catarrh K'iiiedy. i'rloe '
couta. bold br J. L. Wiili.uiH A Co.
m 2 imkm
Granulated antrir 15 pounds for $1
nee lo couee ui n; nenna '. j nonuuy
28. I. HkiriKMIKtMKU.
Ed Alaton koiipathe eelelirated floo.
P. Plant' "A 1 Patent flour. The IIiicbI
made. Try It once aud you will uover
ue auy other.
So mother auould be without
MEXICAN FOALTJ REMEDY
which cures all female disease and
no all os all womon happy.
The Rev. Uoorije Id. Thayer of Bour-
bon Indiana aayni "Hutu myself and
wile owe our Uvea toHhlloh'i Conaump-
UonCuxo." HoldlvJ. WilUauia A Co.
Ciui'l'lele Treatment with lalialnr
f vei) l'onn oT t atarrli fur SI.
SANFORD'S RADICAL CUHE
Head Colds Wattry Mi-cliarKes from the
Nose and F.)c HIiirIik Nol'i'i In the lli'Ail
Nervoim Headacho and f'ever Instnnlty lo
llcvcd. Choking niuem dihloditnl niem-
branc cleansed and healed breath Hwcctcned
8iiH'lltiiiinid licarlntj restored and ravn-
Cough Urniu'hltl) Droppliiu-i Into tho
Throat Putin In the rhest IH pi psaVriiilng
of Ktrenglli and Flcsli Lorn of bleep etc.
Ouelm'tle Ttadlcal Cure oiw bos Catarrhal
HoW.-n! and one Ir. Hnuford's Inlinlcr In
one package or all ilrii'ii;lts far 11. Avk for
8A?iKoitn'a ItAntCAl. Ci'itK a pure dintll'a-
alinii of W'lteh-llarcl Am I'lne Cn. Fir
Marigold Clover li!oi"om cl.i.
i'olti r PrnR am! Ci.'iiile.il Co. Itnnton
Bt. Umn Bepnhllosa Nnvember 15 1K78: The official retnrns of the Revsnu Dspaitiusel
for Uis Tear ndtni Novsiotwrl show tlie euormons qnantlty of iWO.CtB barrels of lnger bfei
old for 111 AuheaMr-Hniieh Brevrry. Tills retaru proves thsm to be tbe largest brewers Is
ihswtDt AU orders piomutly AMU. AJdnws
Un V yfirHBVXTlcm IWIm AfnfoT North Tetae.
FREES &c S03ST
B'J snl 814 Main Blreml Dallas Tcnas IIend()narters for the Celebrate j
Now Emrlund Pianos al irshnl k Wemli l I'lunos.
I'eiounci aiuununi nu new i-ugiiiua urgans.
Innf mnient soldon bajiv terms. Plunns and Organs for rent. Musical MercliandlH
and MhM't Mnelc.
Canned gowN! Cannnl (rneiUl String
hean W oonta per dora ii) corn ll.ai to
fl.lii: salmon ll.'JOj strawberries ll.'wt
Tbe Loeb A Kriclmri Ktockmustbe
closed out Immediately rcKanllem of
CQMt. I. liKIDK.NUMIIiliR.
Webster the Elm atnwt
pbor la still on top iu qtialllty aud
tout vu ywwe.
V trtt pai
IV. All.lriu.l t.
?iew l.lfefor Kliattinl
erven I'alnfnl Miieles
Him wciikeui-d )ir:'mi4.
C ollli..' V. Halo .!..
trio I'hxter In-lanllV
Hiiicm ine ii.tvoiu evii
tern and limits1. en puln
nervoiisnt si ami tieitiu-
ty. A p.-ifeel l.leeiro.
tin I v rin le lii.ttt-ry.rtiiit-lilned
iiit-dleliml ptitMter for
Did you Sup-
ii"'.s " -a 'f. ! ' i' . I
pose Mustang liniment only good
for horses? It U (or in&unmft-
tipa of all flesh. '
RseslTs-l ths Elcbsnt Award at ths Paris KxtmmIUou
h Purest BssI n. Mast Hea'ltij Beer Maaiifactured lo k ffaris
TflK BTATK LK.UISLATUllK willfbo la sesaloa aaj fullest reports of4ths proeeedUfS
will he dally publlshod as well as all lata of Interest from tlie different Htale UsDartineaU
Io all things the Herald will prove true tojlts mliulon'.
I.AOER flKBR SALKHl
Heeklugto promote ths welfare of tbe state and the oooitiy A lall aud WeeklyiKdl
Ion both n tin a with thi nionhn diw. o tnie?rsntuUnowai andlnw".
fD Elm Html Dallas Tssss.
Manmactnrers and Dealers in
QUEEXSMRE IIEATlSd and C00KISCI ST0TE3.
Csll andszstnlnsthsp'F.ARLY BREAKFABT" CooklDg Htove. It Is soaielhlug new
snddoxtratile. A full Has of Queearwars UUmware Table Cutlery and other Uonas Fur.
ulnhtni Ooods. Also have the bud stock of Unosufwars ever on hand. Alio tusnuraotorcrt
of UalVMilsed Iroa OorBk-ee Window Caps and Sheet Iron. Uaatlquartsrs for snpcrlor
Miff. Onlani fmm the ennnl'V linl)i.t end nromnllT Slle'l.
O. B. &
Hi V II
TETH EXTRACTED MM Pft!H OR DANGER
GOLD (TLLINOH eonal lo the HKHTdons In Chi
cago New York or lkwtou.
A hill line of KKii a.i.1 BOTTLBO BfiER.an.l tCIt on band. Ths rinest and Mo.1 Pop.
nlMlkvlU VU Voltea jtt .VUARLE MJti.rtUAtB atauajer.
THE'LEADIKSIWEEKLYPAPER JF FHE SOUTHWEST.
S1.50 PER YEAR
In order to ple lb WaakLT UsaALOla ths hands 'of Tr rsadsi In Worth Twas
during theeomlnf Presidential campaign w bars decided to offertths bert WenklT la US
Stats fortths nominal sura abovs mentioned tWAHRVf PHBHXDKNTUt AUMIBIB-
T RATION beglnslon ths 4tb of atarah with ins Demooracr. In power. Dndeiflhs new r.
trim ther wlU be manifold reforms and manyobanies ThrAOTHCOF OONUBCtw wui
be'.eitremely tnterertlng and ths current ot geaeral eTent Important su miaretunf.
Ths Herald Uss tUe Moot!
W. J. 1EJ1FS WESTERN BBE WERY COMPLETE JOB OFFICE IN THE STATE
PFOUTS ELLIOTT HALV.PrOf'B.
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