The Dallas Weekly Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 27, 1883 Page: 3 of 8
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HOLDING THE FORT.
Tim Fnniior 8HI1 Firm on tho Colton
UchMn-H tu Hold Their
Agnlnnt 1 1to Hiirir.
l'rovvtllii' nt V.Ntcriliij'H Melliir.
J'lirstiiint. to iirnmetit of a former
ilu..iiietlnK hBiit several days w tl'
f lrmeti.iuetutll"'CJUrt-boUBe ia the dls-
triot court-room yesterday mornlnR forllie
pnrposo of henrlnu tlie reports from pre.
olnct meeting held last B.itnrday tliroiijili-
out the coiliuy. nr. wmra mvv r..
nlerttie that they would not poll any cotton
Soon the ptiliiio market or Dallas exo.pt
uuou the condition that it be waited by
SiW the publio woiuhers ol Dal las comity.
Mr W W Betiaitinn 'ha chairman of
the maeiin called it to order and. Mr W
1 -Mail its senreturv. there were
lnil delegates and larmers . aether present
ami the reports Irom fie v.irmus i.rucioo'i
aslaras heard Irom. show ttiul ihe pledge
WTheevrl'!uy Oe'eu'.'l'S reported Urn follow
ina Places dm hi.vmK held nieet'rgi and
iivlnu number of Hirers v z : Me.qnite.
60- Boyles' -clmol-liou-". 32; l..v-ly teiioo 1-
m ""'. r. ...i. i iriJ. Ii ...ruili 1(1?;
T i.hr.iV fill. Slm-iY Orove n'hoo -huose
finpanvllle. 40: Graud Prairie 41)
P16n motJo'n of 5! T. F. Nh a commits
f seven were appointed to. 1rn ft resolutions.
j Htratton. B. S K'mbroufih T. P. Nash.
M.Wracyl'r.B.P.sher. D. 8. Alcxan-
der James Jordan.
On motion ot Mr. M. D. Gracy a com-
mittee ot three was appointed to confer
with the public weighers. Smith and Po-
ree and ascertain the cause ot the split be-
Aon'j? H Cochran D. Boyles and Mr.
Humbert were appoluted. and on motion
h ehair and secretary were added.
e meeting then farijonrned until 2 p.
m when the oonuuiltee reported the lot-
lowing resolnttoos which were adopted :
WhSbbas. lc has been jn the power
nf the merchant of Dallas to have
come to the relief of the farmers in the pres.
ent cotton imbroKlio. by interposing- their
influence with the cotton buyers and the
Compress company thereby preventing the
necessity of our yielding to the demands of
the latter; and ' ...
Whereas Slid merchants did
sometime since iue a cir
riular that all our cottno
mould be bought on the public wether s
certificates and to bruis It along to Dallas
but sJd certificate baa proven to be only
a snare and a delusion; and
Wukbkab We now teel that we are not
responsible for anylusi that the city ot Dal-
Ins may sustain by this contest; therefore
bKesolved That while;- we depre-
eate the situation yet we will
stand by the pledge to sell no
cotton in Dallas except upon the public
weighers' certificate and will ship all our
cotton not so sold to other markets.
Resolved second That it is the duty of
very iarmer in this n' eeting to inform others
thai it is a fact that cotton even to one bale
can be shipped as cheaply uncompressad as
after it has Deen com nreesed.
Resolved .thirdly. That we are well aware
of the faot that some of the merchants of
this city have been sincerely our friends
and to them wo return our gratitude;
and hut for the fact tnat we tear we would
make invidious distinctions or omit some
names tlmt should be mentioned we do not
embrace tlie-r names in this rcsointion.
Resolved lourlhly. Tuat it ts Iba duty of
this me-ting. ' announce to the farmers ol
.:'rt ...... i hat. thn D'tdce recom
mend .it to be' signed bv ilie . meeting nf
"Tttift wei-M ha been signed by almost every
former in the county to whom it has been
presented and that more than 1.000 farm-
ers huve areadv signed it as appearB Irom
the reports to tnis meeting.
Ri solved That acommitfee of three be
appointed to issue an address to the farmers
of Dallas county explaining fully the situ-
ation and making such suggestions as will
lead to the prosecution ot the views herein
ei?be8committee appointed to investigate
the cause ot the dronce existing between
the publio weighers' reported in subs auce
that ilr. Bmith. one of the wekhers. staled
hat be severed his connection with Mr.
' Fore because he had lone more r and
could not afford to share wiih Mr. Foree
the profits and expenses. As tohis selling
on" to the compress for $1000 or any
sum or consideration he de-
nonnced it as false. Mr. Foree
the committee reported stated that Mr.
Smith had broken the agreement they had
The meeting was addressed by Hon. T.
F. Nash. Mr. R. 8. KiuibrouBh and Mr.
W. H. Harris and others.
Messrs! K A. Gracy W. H. and T.F.
Nash were appointed a committee to frame
an address to the farmers of Dallas and
surrounding counties explaining the rlilfl -culties
between the farmers and the cotton
The meeting then adjourned sine die.
tk. .rtlon of one medicine ts of necessity
confined to analogous flute aces hence the
xtract acting on the ciiv.olaiory i ynteia
relieves every sort of bleeding.
r.pOPOKU 11KAK UC!T.
Wiiiiln lbs next few dtyj Captain B.J.
Adams Captain W. H. Gaston and Mr.
8m Ayers. ot tbi city and Mr. Jerry
Nash of Ksnrm.n county and ijever.
other nimrods. leave lor th. 1 But . Fork of
the Trinity on a bear bant. Captain K. P.
Rosser. wbobas a tie cmp at that point
will direct them to the haunts ol
bruin. who of late has been
depredating In that vactnity doing great
deal of damage In kllline stock. The bog.
have suffered fearinlly from bis raids ol
late and the hnnters propose to exterml-
nau I the entire b uin t.milyin that Ticin-
Itr. Captaia tt waer and bis men bava al-
ready slain several ol them and tha other
day while they were giving them a cbass
the beasts managed to kill eight hogs to
their retreat. Tbey are fat and
dition and the prospects are that the jhno-
ters will bring back bear meat with tbem.
Mr J. X. Bradford Hnntsvllle Texas.
vr "My wile was in delicat health and
greatly debilitated. Bhe found I el iff in
City ts. J. L. Jones Intorlcatlon; alias
City ts. H. L. Minor. Tagraiiey;
hCi!tyra. J. K. Adams intoxication; Coed
Cily ts. William Johnson carrying piste';
VitfiL W. V But enrsinr; fined 5
City v Genrrw H inkle obsiroctlag
City ts. Tat Qalnn abnsiT langnag;
Ts feel aernred that oar friends wi!l
thank us fT br nrlng their nottrw
nritielee which bsve ne orrio' amorit the
. ik.i ii . mirkm. We rrfc Vto
ika M'rbra'4 Pr. Trice's Ppedal tSaToriiV
..trmrta. We bare a-l tbem BDd can m. -
as the se-st annjs la do-
Colted B:atea District Attorney Biggt
received a teler-am yesterday stating tbst
tote nmed Grc and timber r-T b4
be-B arreted at I:d .y. In I arr-ir
enai'T.cfaarrwl "b l-rakwg into to.
rwTrnTt wrbo at that firit sr.n
rTT:ng eff a lot of ni.ky. a tr far aro
Thev wi l bra r-rl nv.nary bearing S -jt
tinn T i.twl Omirt i-im-
Rna. t f- "4 Atir-y B grrr
lea ree lo-Oty to I w toe ea-e.
Tb s-k win ei-! mj'1 r-ad
f.telu-eiit of Goiden s Liquid ii
eoat snto'.biafsncn.ber of tr:TT of
De t enoty. Ib iba r'. m4 a1
tfrwivi'i t- b a a tumbgrof Trn
arba rt ifring Val vtr to tba Brr-
rsara y aa toat ftvt tkea la loaa.--
. . ....
rsflllnn nl iln dlftiflit(. or ins l"'"n"
.ait - ....... H 'f ia ailal
and IHM ol Ilia or.mmuiiiiji " ."..
was reportfld ttf tha negroes to nie mmm
The Inilitiltnttnls against hem urn hnil
npoti tha grounds that tha kukltix law hav.
Itig boeii tlntilared anonnatlltltinriHl by lbs
highest ontirt In (lie land. Ilia arrests wera
mailM without any atllhorily n law. These
n how that It la not only the Ignorant
negroes pf the oountrr who dn not know
that tho knkiux law lias been repudiate!
...i i. il.ml lei.itr on the staltres but
lln.t iliem srs smi (leni'y miiMhals oim-
iniloi.eis and even United Hiates attor
nevs who am sons than the negroes and
as HI naturally pr. mined by their lllit.g
lho iifliii-". t" know tn law there Is Iftit
one conclusion Irom their notion In these
c-; that is they aie inoro knaves than
IooIh. Thev Bre prompted by mal clous
motives or blind partisan purposes. 1 tie
court belore which thev are tri-d should
give thorn mch punishment as will teach
them their duty. Bo long as the depart-
ment nf Justice keeps such men in its em
nlov. they should be made to know lh.it
the slate conns will see that they keep
within the limit of their authority. Hut-
Whv Dr. Price's Cream bating powder is
nperfnr to all others is because the tosti-
nony in its favor is the strongest moct m-
uin;nt iil moat competent. The million
housekeepers who use it aro a community
anationexpressingapro'erence. Ihey know
that in the kitchen in actual use they Hnu
it buperior to all others.
. . -
THAT JrtOltI'UI CAJB.
In regard to the inorphluo poisoning ot
Jimtown the child is well. Mr. Sheppard
says butU bottles were labe cd propcrly.and
he can't eeo how the young man made such
aniWnke. The young man was only tem
porarily in the Btore anu jir.
thought him fale and competent from the
fact that he had clTked fur Bumpas who
had kept drugs lie seys be has not seen
don't suppose that be w
aware he made such a mistake.
Phvsicians! recommend (Smith's Bile
!Wt'. and sav that tbey are the most
ellkncious liver regulator they hava ever
The case of Noland and McDonald cliarged
with "blowing" and robbing Doty's safe
at Ferris last spring was called in the dis-
trict court at Waxahachie yesterday and
was postponed until Tuesday oaing to the
absence of witnesses. It will be remem-
bered thev were run down by Jack Duncan
who recovered a lot of goods Btolen from
Mother Swan's Worm Syrup.
Infallible tasteless harmless cathartic
lor feverishncss restlessness worms cou
stipatioo. 25 cents. M
CONFESSED niS GUILT.
R. J. Hoage was arrested yesetrdoy
morning by Officer Ovorand and locked up
on the charge of stealing Tat Mathew'a
watch while the .'atter was lu a high state
of intoxication several days ago. Ho con-
fessed his guilt and told the officer lie bad
sold the time-piece which was lound at the
Wichita Exchange saloon.
The great. pain cure St. Jacobs Oil is
the wonder of the century. It conquers
The Brown Stockings of this city played
the Capital club of Austin yesterday win
ning the game by a score of twenty to six.
Tbey play another game at Austin to-day
and Sunday at Ban Antonio and will re-
turn home Monday.
It Brats tlm Dal as dull .
Mauh Unme Light Rnnr.ini; Caught
out on first lhe c'.nb of heavy rnnuing sew
ing machines by the Liuht Running Do-
mestic. See it at tCO liliu street.
"The rain how grand! after the long
drouth" said one friend toai other. "Yes"
was the reply; "like a Glrn Lea lemonade
at noon ou a hot summer day"
Wanted at Once
A reliable ure89-maker. Free rent to a
reliable party with good reference). Aleo
use ot machines free. Apply to Domestic
Sewing Macbloe oUice No. boO Kim Btreet
Yesterday morning the lirst norther of
the season of any note began to blow and
ih. nmniira in the thermometers took a
tumble from its lofty position falling to i2
degrees in the shade by noon was a change
of 20 degrees in less lime than twenty-
four hours. The weather was pleasaut
and bretsy and the sun shone brlgbt'y.
itnnffiinl'i Aeld riiosphata as a Nerve
Tr. J. W. Smith Wellington Ohio says:
"In impaired nervous supply I have used
it to aovantsge."
v JerneT la a close state. In 1872
General Grant swept it by 14257 majority;
since that time the democrats have carrieil
it. In 1876 Mr. Tlloen received uoa
u tnit 1U3.6IU IT Mr. iiayea In
1880 General Hmcfick received 120.8(15
votes against 120 665 tor General Gaiflel.i
2 617 for the greenback csud;tiatd abd 1U1
A governor holds for three years in New
Jetey. and is not immeni-
ataiy eligible for re-election
In 1874 the demwats elen'ed
their governor hy a clear mjor ity of 13 223.
In 1877 when general McOlellan was noini-
nated by acclamailon Mr. Leon Abhott
being then also a caudidate before he con-
vention McOlellau wvivtd H7.837 voles
85004 for the republican canriidn'e 5 H58 or
the greenback candidate and 1 4S8 temper
anoe voles. Mct'lclian'ii clear m)oritv
over all was thus only 6 247. In lseo the
denocratie candidate Govrrnot Luulo.
received 121.000 Totee; Ma repnh'ican oppv
rent Mr. Pons. 121 015 with 2759 votes lor
the green bsck candidate.
A careful compsrieon of Dr THoe'a 8pg
lal Flavoring Extracts wiih other flavuriuc
sxtracts In the marcet will convince any
person that for strength and delicacv of
flavor. Dr. Price's is lar superior. While
iba other flavoring have a disagreeable
tarpmtioy taate and ortor. Dr. Price's is a
natural as the fruits Irom which they arc
A Dtriaf THata.
A very daring crime was committed In
broad daylight in the quarter of Noire
Dame das Champs Fail. A wi red lawyer
occupied an apartment in th's locality an
an married Sister living with him. Th ser-
Tantshad been giTen leave .f absence for
the afternoon and M. taenia waa alone
with hi enteric the aoarimnt. whe lhe
handle ot the ooter do. waj trti and a
well-drmsed maa toiered. Snortly atter-
ward tba corrarrre ol the boo. beartrg
tb noi of a stmggle and depinna cries
lor help prwwdine Irom tbe first -floor Bat
rnsbed out lor tbe po'ice. ben tbe apart-
ment was entered a homb'e right met ibe
I. th h.ll U.l Doieos lV In a pool
of blood with ber bead broken in. while In
nttntvm Lrr brother was fonnd
Vllll him ..nll frMiarei ai.d bi " k s
V corrred wtib gibe. STidcnt In-
fl f-'Sid wiih a koie ted bv Ibe a-aM a
aide By T'ctim. Tbe enuroenr wa a-'-wrered
b0.en In B ctipboard It 'be h"i-
room. ABBnorm-iutcroad had c:iicdin
il.-ret asd ibe ri.i bad cinch drL-
o'tT in prttectiijg Ibeir tri'r
f-om J l-osar-. Fie nlti-mft-T
TH In'o a fi"T and ttSen
w. the f ir "tattoo n gave ".lill
Ixioit rTu r aa i a' aa it i
Ktrth at-1 that nt
bad c.nren k m ..
.nn-t the crime. He had made ! a--
fl.in.tn-.ei b. Ps-vs ILe rrr-''h-1
Hd ero'ee tia. if " " - rrit cr'tl a l' ntpn"i -
-.r-t ani bad T-" nrr-iary ai ! lb rrrM t ?- 1-1. 7 r n't ' f
rows bia tv- tm. He rrw t"v ! a hw p rt f S-. .--. m. t 4:
-irrafc arcoat.t fd "rt Is th .i l.-r-i aerar ; m
na-ttntit. and it - i-iw - I h v rit.l'"'tl' a t
.'th'bat be htl di'"i "4 " tB"i .r.aEe .'. a rf. 1 r i -i
-. tonnr? VrNrtnrara h V'aT. rV-1-r ' K.. ' v .-. f'.i- -g. T :
e mfent .n -lie eervaiiia rr i--t
to perpef ' it CT.Bie.
Tv CHM ra rva Cwtrr.
T om 1 to tb in maw ta Uxtb'.e
lln Mmnrkalilafsnlthal pfOf'frtlf In ilia
00iiitry has Inrrrasrrl rntiofi mora rapidly
tinn lulhsolllesnf Tsa (lalrestnn with
$ I II 000(00 worth of Mprrly only sliowi an
Innrassa of l 00000nan.l Hail Antonio Willi
(llfiOOOCl wnrlli r proprriv has sn In
crease of 2 'KKI (KK) while Hull cnutily hnws
nvrc $2 'l'A (100 Increase on a total of ''
OiiO worth of preiierty In 1882 anil Kills
untii.ly shows an lnrr'nre ol $2000 IHIO on a
total assessment of 47 Wnl.OOO In 1882. 'Ilia
per coulagn of Incrnme In the nnniilles and
oitles imineil ts about as ioiios: uaives-
ton 5 per cent.. Ban Antonio 14 per cent
ICIIIs county 21 per cent and llnii c uiiitv
45 percent in Hunt county tho Increase
has been about '21) per cent. the total as
sesxuent. in 1882 being $3 300.000 and in
18S3 $3 000 000. In the above wu cite two
ot tho most prosperous cities lu Texas and
compare them with two of the most pros-
perous counties in which are no large cities.
It is a lair comparison between the cities
and lhe country and the result shows that
(he ureal boom which has caused Texas to
jump fioni I 10000000 worth of taxable
properi y in 1882. to over $500 0- O.OSO in 1883
results principally irotn tue aeveiojuuein. oi
lhe Intent resources ot the magnilicent ng
ricull urai and paitorol domain of the Lone
Star State. The Texas cities nre all grow-
ing but they urn scarcely keeidug up with
the coun ry. Sreenville Banlier.
A niBstadon buck deer known to the
nimrods of Madison Florida and vicinity
us "Jese James" was killed recently by
Luciu Henderson and Henry fappell. ut
Madison; 'TljiH buck has been hunted and
chased for the lu four yenrs but none
ever succeeded in downing tiiiu.
The rrxt House.
Will there be any deal In formiiiR com
mittees and committee chairmanships?"
'Possibly In aorao regards" replied the
colonel. "Randall will appoint Carliaa
chairman of the ways and moans commit
tee and Sunset Cox can have the oha r-
manship of either the committee on appro-
priations or foreign affairs as he may
elect. Joe Blackburn would be entitled to
the chairmanship of the appropriations
committee but Carlisle being irora the
sume state would cut him out as the two
most important committee chairmanships
could not well be given to Kentucky. For
ney ot Alabama would De entnieu to me
appropriations chairmanship bi iuc next in
seniority to Sunset Cox on that committee
with UlacRUurn out ol me way. remaps
Blackburn would accept the chairmanship
of the judiciary committee. RosccrauB
would have ton military committee cuair-
niauidiip beyond a doubt and Ben Le
Fevre of Ohio Is entitled to an importaut
chairmansuip this being his third term."
There is anotner fact which deserves con-
sideration. There were onlv fjrty-six
democratic members in the XLVllth con-
gress from the eastern portht rn and west
ern states wnue tue.e win ne uuievy-uuc
in the XLVIllth congress. This increase
ot northern democratic sen iment must
have great weight towards keeping ttie ir-
reconcilables in order. The north and west
will be tbe battle ground in the presiden-
tial election of 184 and tbe democrats of
those sections generally look to the future
Why. we will liBve live iu the lieu of two
democrats from California; three in lieu ol
one from Connecticut: nine In lieu ot six
Irom Illinois; nine in lieu of four from In-
diana; two in lieu of one from Massachu-
setts; six in lieu of none from Michigan;
twenty-one in lien of three trom New York;
luirteen in lieu oi live irom uiuu; eieveu in
lieu of eight from Pennsylvania; six in lieu
ot two from Wisconsin; two and perhaps
threo in litu of none from Iowa. There
will be leaven to lighten the preponderating
oaf ot the south. The northern members
will see that their southern' brethren are
duly aligned and there will be no kicking
as heretofore." fWaebingtou Letter.
Mr. D. A. Griffin. Hamilton Texis says
I'Browu's Iron Bitters cured my child of a
chronic cough and soreness of the chest."
"D1E WACHT AM BnEINV
The Colossal Memorial of tne t.ermaD
Victories In the Franco Prussian War.
The victories of the army of the German
empire in the war of 1870 1 with France are
to be commemorated In a substantial man-
ner by a colossal monnrooiit now being
erected In the valley sf the Nkderwald over
looking the Rheirgau ar.d which will be
unveiled in the fall. The structure Bill oc-
cupy the moat commanding position that
could have been selected along the picures
qu hauksof the Rhln. One ol Us most
notable features is a bat-relief placed
in front of the pedestal. It contains no
less than two hundred figures of tne prom
ioetit characters who took part in the statue
ofGermania. The designs and model of
the statue are by Trot. Schilling. The fig-
ure represents the German goddess in an
attlt ude ol victorv. Her head which is en-
circled by a lean 1 wreath is covered with
heavy waves ot hair that partly cover the
back and the ends of which nutter loosely
inthebreese. The msjeslic eyes are fixed
with a proud glance on tbe lar-distant
fcene- and the whole statue beioken a
nobleness of demeanor brought lonh by re-
peated successes In her uplifted right
ha d Germaula holds the lsurel-bede. ked
and ricnly decorated crown ot the empire
while her left hand rests lightly ou the
sword ot state tne point oi wiucn mucun
the bise which is alsi covered with the em-
blem ol victory. On the llgure is a breast-
plate bearing the double-head. d ca(le of
the empire; here and there under this can
be teen portions ol a shirt ol chain mall. Be-
math all Pi a rich Bowing rube which l
tupoor'ed Irom tha shoulders and fastened
at the waitt with a girdle bearing lions
beads. The rope is interwoven wiih fig-
ures of deers doves and eagles as well as
iwels of various kinds There are aluo
many interesting details In connection with
ilia mechanical portion of tba work of this
ooloal figure. It took foor years of coo-
...... i.h.. mt tha chief lonndrv of tha em-
i.ire at Munich under tbe supervision of
Ferdinand von Moller t complete It. I oe
total weight ol the ttatne is seven y thou-
mmnA ttfllltldl. Four csttinaa lu which
there were from IweotT tBonsand to lorty-
eight thousand ponndsol metal in Ibe fur-
oace at a lime were necettary to finish Ibe
work. Tbestatneis ininy-s irer t"
.i . . k.i. . thitd amalltr tbsn the largest
siatae In tbe empire vis that of Bavarie
. i i. A nJimr feet bich: tbe weight Ol
ibe metal used In beta these figures is bow.
ever attont the sama. Tba total et ot tba
esslmi iii'lllii removal to tba et'a ol tha
moaomenl was atKui '-
o( tbe figures on the pedeetal. wl tc b wat
..n.n.d bv Trof Wntbach of Iresdeo
vbs not confined to any one eetahliahnieot
l-at rilons of H were cwnnnw i i y ...
.nriinint iovanont cities of lhe empira.
riie beao'u'nl.T dcaigtd firo-cs emi"" g
...... ..mi -War an" IVt." were
.... h. Prof. Let s. Of nrenihT "The
So'd-cr't Ketnri." forms a conn'eri.art r
Tk. .ritMi a'd-n'ec cbrltlcned I tie tW-
x ..1. I. ta"0' -. 'ca-t at Ice O 'lTbrck
foundry in Bcri'n. Tb Owm.s knerer-
i. L.trhutMl tba m .v f tbe firs'
ol-War." tbe acolantf tha bith anlionls
11 l !. B. tira Ml "I'Miti." and th l-
A. nf Rermai r e tolnbaied moat liberal.
j lo lie foods rrqiiired to rniofa lhe n-
licf ren-cnting lue Trortnl Ibe warriora
t the therlairtl. i toque iw u r".
miA mr.A in irwtrrp'Kin. anl lnca4 la
rer-on lamed (fit wild b-eti'y ol ecwy.
tnif ta'if.al mwionieot will in it'tj "t
nnhiiildtraii iairiutinn and ca-
Itl.re wteth liTinfT' a-ks an rnr"'h
writer. Tnat d--T-J on tl. I v.". a- d -he
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TlmdmrnrlfTiif Ifan Country nml Hn
No Heal (JtmrrM Hctwci'ii
I'rojrcsH of Itallrontl Iliilldhiff
Senor Carlos Coremeyer a
thaollvofSun Salvador in
American statu of Salvador arrived in mis
ell v a few days sinca and was promptly In
tcrvlewed by a Chronicle reporter upon ai-
fairs concerning the comparatively small
but Interesting Spanish-American repuu
Inn nl f'unl.l A ntM. Dl.
Mifirp . milil he. "is erioying a wel-
.niiin tii iiuMfiilnesa. not only liilernally bu
With its neighbor. i" peiiino u nit
tv.li ns in Honduras and Guatemala and
e.-peciiilly tho merchants Utaire peace at
home." ... .
Are there not revolutionary spirits wuo
seek to create disturbances (
Yes; nit within the lust tew years a grew
advance has been made hy me uiasaea it
breaking the aeplniliuns ot aniniuoua anu
. ..... n. i ... .l I...
roubleoiue politicians i .-
gners and I lie travels auroau oi uie nai ivts
of we .1th and standing Have liicu.caieu
now ideas. It is not so eay now to organ-.
Ue a revolution in the Central American
states as it wusyeuia ago. True there yet
remain many tactions or political parties
whose leaders live by agitating various
questions. Disturbance is the stock in
imde of these leaders and tup masses have
learned that fact to their sorrow."
DABBlOS ANO SOTO.
"What is the s-ntiment in Salvador con-
crning the quarrel between President
Barrios of Gnaiemala and President Soto
0! Honduras?"' . .
"I wits surprised upn my arrival here to
learn that there waa a quarrel between i
those two gentlemen. It was entirely un-
known in San Salvador when I lelt there.
It illustratea the old adage that to Jearrj
thenews von must go away from noma. 1
presume tf there is a quarrel between them
that it is of an entirely personal nature.
"But" suggested the reporter "Presi-
dent Soto intimated in his published letter
.!.. li.... irto n.u anriunvorinir to eliect a
combination with the president of Salvador
with the ultimate design oi out ub
irom the presidency ot Honduras."
"Barrios need not make snch a combina-
tion to etfect that purpose" replied Senor
Coremeyer "He iB the most powerlul
man iu Central America and has ahrm
hold on Guatamalan all'airs. That state
has 1 800000 or 2 000000 inhabitants while
Honduras has oly abom 050000; bo that in a
contest between Barrios and Soto the
lormer would have the most support pre-
suming the countrymen of each supported
TRADE AND TARIFF.
"Speaking ot foreigners in Salvador
from what country do the largest number
"Prom England next France third Ger-
many fourth the United States."
"Do you import goods Irom this coun-
-Not in considerable Quantities. The
goods are too higb-priced for the trade
which is largely with poor poep'e.who buy
ii.h..ii HiPiniin find. Consequently
Ihe low-priced European manulactured ar
ticles are more lavored."
"What custom dunes ao you imp i
"About 75 per cent on the value of the
'Are your exports larger
"They are increasing. e are the richest
slate according to size and population in
Central America. We export coik-e Indigo
imr.l vnnii (including Spanish cedar aud
mahogany) rice sugar etc. The exports are
Increasing. We have several good mines ol
siiver and gold worked by foreign com-
...u. Wa hava one railroad completed
and tiro others subsidized. Our public
schools are flourishing and trarlo is increas-
ing.'1 San Fraucisco Ctrouicle.
Senator Vest Kicked by a Mule.
Senator VeBt was kicked by a mule and
.mrferiu from the effects of his rashness
The senator was.lti eaily lifea"blackBm!th's
apprentice and flatters himself that he si ill
knows soiuetbing about 6hoeing an animal.
Tha roach mountain Journey has caused
many of the mules in the pack train to lose
their shoes and one afternoon lately two of
tbe soldiers who are tamers were oireciuu
t . r .mn the animals. Senator Vest was
attracted to ibe epot where the men were
engaged and be viewed the difficult work
with critical curiosliv. H ventured sug-
gestions freely ann fiually one of the far-
riers sarcastically remarked fiat be d bet-
ter try It himseli." The senator quickly ac-
cepted the challei'Ei and borrowing the as-
tonished farrier's apron and tools boldly
approached one of the mules. A group of
s ildlers and packers stood around in ac mir-
ing expectancy while Judge Rollins Gov-
ernor Crjsbv and General Bta;;er came up
and joined "them. The mule selected by
te senator from Missouri seemed to be In a
dreamy mood tor he meekly raised his Iclt
bind leg and did not itir while the shoeing
prowss went on. It was accomplished in a
reallv creditable manner and the elated
Senator Vest shifted his a'tention to the
rieht hind leg. It was a 'atal move. The
spectators noticed ;tnat me animal s ear
twisted nervously but Senator V est a eyes
were directed eleewhere. 8'itne of the nal.s
bad fallen out ol his kit and he stooped lo
pick them up. with bis back turned to the
mule. Suddenlr Ibe left hind leg. nely
thod. thot out and Senator Vett was sent
sprawling down the mountain side bis
blacksmith's tools flying in eveiy direction
Tha s-nator was picked np in a heap and
carried to the men lent wheie he received
Surgeon Forwood's immediate atieniion.
No bones were broseo but the eenat r was
somewhat braised and will find horseback
riding rather painful for some days Income
Yellowstone Park Letter in Chicago
Tha rords la Laalavllla.
Charier and Bob Ford tba murderers of
Jesse James opened at tha Buckingham
list night in their drama portraying the
deed. Tha play Is ol course no better
than could be expected.and it is a very poor-
ly constructed sffJr tbe wbola object be.
tosbow lbs Ford brothers and It Is ex-
pected that their personality will draw
large crowds. The scene at tbe theater last
night wss a very ansnal and atartling one
folly displarlng 1be sympathy of the peo-
ple here In regard to tne deed. Tba booee
was packed lo the earToeation and more
tban W people were lorned away. Tbe
B'tlet. gailerws Bnd boxes were I BM a
silid mats ol breathing humanity and a
moramiarlloentc-uwd wat e.l-
lecicd uifft-tb In the bnild't g. M ben the
ennain was ran np on tbe fi' act and the
lbeo1b staiaed on the stare in ibeir
roogS wewtcrn coetnme there was a slight
demonstration bat tbe bouse was e-oa re-
Biorrd M eomparBtiTB nnict. It waa not
nn'il the last sc. hiwer-r. that lbs filings
rrf tbe inlvnrt were lolly given Tent in.
W bea Jea-e James mtMin'ed ibecbairaod
bg-B o arranee tbe iii-tar there waa a
draib'yMillninb theatre which
not broten until Bob Fjrd rewd I'watd
end drawin bit i.iat'H. red il. Istal abnt.
Tbe r-port bad fiercely died away wbea
wMtords tl tbe men in tb ibta're arf-
in thcr rra' and tr-d Iceg and I md.
rf m it ord-rert" and "robbers" : tot m.
Iwrnrra waa roi.g dia-n a ""' later
end tbe drama waa as aa end. (Conner-
journal. ti -T! rerniated bmiaebo'd sScold b
wiih'nta 1.'ieof Att'-tors Bfca.tr
wr d renisrn act t-r acd nr rwtur.
H-a-of cno-te-f t: a V wt rroc-r or
d-tirr "t f-IWr"B-1t-l". IBBIJUiaCt-
-d ly Dr. i. ti. B. f r-t
-fChi Is saowi like!y i be ibe n-Deeratie
"It fie- it the Iri ei''w p-"' !
.ct B E- V I-ii rf Ind-aoa. a ikontl
wn-o'i t'tir'e en eTinr wao lo lli J.
Jfrlt rai 1 a n.aa t-f a-t-d stli ij
. . J 1 . r.ll wen t U'b
- j - - - '
'! T-B'1 "l f-" P "
rr-4 -re jia of r . s T- o-w. B
n. f r-.-err w t'.'lfx bo' V
t ees is 1 1 f 't ' I'
Bieua I b area V t:fc ba oc naous) J
lis ran run v his own ll In Hi noneni Ion
Ifeiidrli ks'is not a li" proud of the Mitf'on.
sld morstnedl and Voorhees goes Into It lo
secure hh own succession In the rSliste
McDonald has some loilowlng In Onlo snd
Illinois i hough In Ihe latttr stale there S'e
men ks Governor rainier ami William It
Morrison who are not without hopes ol ihelr
own iiref rinent. As th'ugs Hand lo-day
Mlasoiiri la lor McDonald and would prob
ahlygira him her lull vote in the conven
. ' n ..... i. I t 'ril.l.. I...I l.l. I...
tlliri lllll II numu.'l I immi oa uin ir
nil niiilur him ho would beat them all lo
I he democratic nomination. As it lt.lt may
take a vorf strong certificate of physical
disability toshut tne old man out. hven
Iheu ho will have a good deal lo say in
mnklng llie ticker. Illiink Randall expects
reinlorcements from lirainercy rarg nrsi
for sneaker and afterwards lor president
The two Simile Is working together will
make it warm for their opponents whoever
iliev mav he."
who win ua eiectcu in uniu nen
Wei . I sail o while ago UmtUod and
John Kellv helpeii the repuhllcans occasion
v. In Ohio lust now God and Join) Ale.
Lean seem to he united in the good work.
The democratic household is turned upslile
own. uud it the republicans can t take ad
untaga ot the row and win the fight they
don't deserve success. On Ihe pHrt of the
demorra'S its a magnificent ctsa ot wasted
opportunity. II ttiy could carry Ohio this
fall it would put them a long aisianca en
Ihe road to success in 1881 but it seems to
he tbe fate of the demncratio party to be
always In siht of the promised land 'bin
ever to gut there. I see too democratic
papers are all shrieking out lor 'harmony'
n unto dui u won i ao any goon. on
ijjhtas well try lo harmonize a torn cut
nd a terrier shut ug in a flour barrel. The
en who are at tl bottom ol that li-'itt
havn personal ends in view to which no
puny wellire can be made subservient.
orakerwiil he eltctedauu witnuim a re
publican leglsl tiure "
'Dr. Riclimatid'8 Samuritan Nervine per
manently cured mo of epileptic fits" J. P.
Snle Mac!ij)ii Florida. Get at yourdrUR-
Poollnir Hallway Kttrnlncs
Sak Fbamcisco Sept. 21 At the openin
of the second meeting this morning Of
rjad managers T. J. Potter of the Barling
ton & Missouri road offered the following
resolution which was adopted:
"It is the sense of this meeting that lhe
several roads now concerned in
the trafliic between the eastern
siates and tbe Pacific coast should be
worked in harmony and upon equal rates."
This resulted in the formation ot a com-
mittee composed solely of freight mana-
gers with instructions to devise a
plan whereby the earnings might be pooled
and distributed among taem in such pro-
portion as would be" equitable to all.
The conference then ndjourued
till rorlfllV next. Amouir outside rail
roaders the feeling gains gonad that
the Northern Paciiio will continue to
maintain an independent position. This ii
attributed to its relying upon good oliiceB
of the Union 1'acilic to sustain n
In its demands; all the more mac can
be extracted from the Central Pacific
against which the fight ia chiefly made
so much better for these two particular
roads. Besides thn. the Northern ra-
citio representatives know they have
a better chance to make good birgaios now
than they would have ulter a disastrous
Four Mr. Sharon.
Eenator Sharon who is claimed as a hus
band by Sarah Alathia Hill is in the city
Since the senator lelt 'Frisco the lady has
mode publican alleged agreement of which
Sharon is the party of the Brat part in
which he takes the aforesaid Sarah sans
tho marriage ceremony to be uls wile. 10
riv tha attention of the senator was di
rected to his agreement whereat he Baid it
was a forgery. Continuing he Baid: "I
never wrote that nor anything like it in
my lire. It there is any suun paper in exi'
tonee it is a forirerv. The man who is put
ting the wt;mau up to thib is I understand
an ex-convict. He was convicted at oiuney
Australia for forgery and is a newspaper
correspondent ol a low character. No sir ;
nA who! storv is a malicious and unmiti
gated lh. It is a penitentiary tiilcuse. aud
I ..in in it Mint the limn woo torued
tlml natier eces there. As lor the woman I
don't care to say nnything about her at
this time. We put her out ot the hotel;
but no matter; at some future ttmo I may
ay something about her." Washington
Mrs. Chase and Daughter.
The Sunday Herald says Airs. Katet
Chase formerly Spragne is at Carlbad
Bjhemia. Bhe will winter in Germany
probably at Munich and continue thear
studies other eldest daughter Ethel who
inherits her mother's beauty and the ar
tistic talents of Mrs. Jessie Cuse Hoyt her
aunt who is one of the cleverest artists in
America in ner particular nue wuiuu ia
sketching for pictorial Journals. There baa
been au impretsion abroad that Mrs. Cbase
aa somewnat pecuniarily embarrassed.
This is an error. While she has not the
immense fortune It was expected she would
receive trom her husband's fathei's
estate she has $100000 which Mrs
Fannie Sprsgue the governor's mother
gve heron her marriage. This sum was
hers absolute! v and was carefully invested
lor ner hy itou. Itiraiu iiaruey. wuo
brought Mist Chase and Senator Spragne
together aud really made tbe match. Be-
tides this she bad some other money
amounting to perhaps (10060 wbrn her
1-ither gave her $100000 more in United
S ales bonds at his death and tbe old Chate
mansion in thit city which Is now a board-
ing bouse. So thai while Mrs. Cbase it not
wealtoy she is by no mesns poor and be-
ing a clever woman at business will eke
out ber income and make it go mnch lur-
iherthanmt.it people could. Cincinnati
SHBivirjsT La. Sept. 20. Special.
Owing to tha absence ol an Important
witness In Iba esse or Ed Tolk charged
wttb tbe killing of Rev. Ponpey Uste It
was continued until to-morrow morning.
wrk on tbe new cotton compress Is
hin nhd Tifforonslv. It will ha com
pleted and readv fir business by iba 1st of
November. It will be tba largest compress
In tba sonth.
T( la not neccaaarT lo enter Into partita.
Ian la relerring to I ha complicated organic
and functional difficulties to which tbe
more de'tcaie clateea of American women
ate snbjec-; but ws tske pleasure in saying
that Mrs. Lvdia E I'inkbatn'B great reme-
dy for all these trouble! baa an unbounded
Tarn Treat evils headache and constipa
tion tffl.ctioe nearly all humanity are re
lieved by baily'a Baiine Aperient.
Women's primitive beaoty and Tlgor
whch bare bera loat. can Be reaiorra tsa
retainel by tie action of certain onstitu-
.eenta Tb arents oecersanlv
regulate bol'd np fortity and antagonize
a.l existing fema'e irrerolBrities and e-
.n nr obru-tions which proline the
ill Health. Tbe remedy ronst unload tbe
lurked na accretions add Iron to bloot.
strength to the Tem and T'ta'ity to
nerera. Fih a remedy II Iciona in toe use
of Eaglish Female B iters.
Aa nen UwT Btabla.
Mr. Anbnr t'aia hat jusi op-ited bis new
aa'l mi Commerce tr reel. Jnt p!"Wlhe
new Merchant' erebanr bn.lting. He bat
Prh ng ia bit :eSi nmert bul wist ta
b-snd tw and o' tbe la'et deVrna. ill a
.Tire to pk tbrntir! hit at'e. Ym
drat r. Verve bt fin h"re fleet of fnM
h gentle a a woman. H bat a p'ar-e fir
a i a iodt of bra. bntb atsils tr racrt and
t. nvH I'fk. fc egant aa.ii Vrr faet leama.
am etl -ed np in ibe n"t r-iTeriet
ms-irer. lit rrr.r dontiie and tnie
f - mt bnrri-a sn h nt. a'l new.
8 4 a-e bre inlo-k tew. H is dee.
rr -. 4 to iriara r' BM tbe boa too of
f- . A"hr f ain is a rre
f is t
aa -ref-5 a- ler". be w tnond
n "I wak'f ri" l-r-rv s.b e t"
trt 4frid it t'- r-TT. B-4 it wd'
tbe a-'ea--xi mil this who
Ar. a fa5 tr--wi nr r- eo'i tr 'tn'-
It i -rt. Ibe T-e-n l o It eatS- d
r. -.. Vr -lB ea lrwr.-ed -ers
-. b I e-t a-1- w hit k ia a abort time
... be tV Hnt" "t B'L
' IT la A tAiit "
THAT T'HAJH Of Ol'lt
MI.N till T0 1111.111 itVt U r.9 IN TIIK MO II
Iffd AKT Kit AM U.NKAsYNlOllf I'll A LATH
DINNKIl VKKMNO Mill ANO AM. OUT
OfHKltr. TIIHM KNIIKKLY VSSKCKH
8 A It V Kill A ll.V'il.K IIOIK OK THAT
MMRKMNU FOAM1KO HPKCIflC IAII
KAN I'd SKI.TZI K Al i:iCIICNT TAKEN
liKrOftK 1IKBAKK.VST HIM IMMKDIATE
LV UI-I'Kf A LI. KhKMNlH OK HKAVf
NH-IH IlKMOVK (JKN I I.Y HUT 8I KKI.Y THE
OA THE AND QlTi'l'Ki:N 1NTD 1IKAMII Y
At TIO.V EV'IKY fl'.lRK Of THE hYSTEtl
KOHHAf.K IIYAI.f. DRtooJIwT.
Iii fuvcr wuil atiiic
niMricts in trupl
cul end oilier re.
glotis visitul t'j'ep
in nucs aim in
rit'iil'n a' I lucall-
l'lea wluru Iho
eniicHInn nro nn-
tnis Uinoiiri vena.
MAo i ivhiniaiit
jrt.J:: llnKlclti'r's Mom-
.J--oli Kiiiors. has
be o -i f. mill a pn.
tent s guilld
ev n to ft t b e con-
ei i i hi I.iim en fr.i-
gllu fntniev while
tis a cvie Cor li'di.
ut'ss n ml liimmd
n I t is 3
j a a ft
witlio il u r vi. . r su 0 by a!l i)i iii'glsta and
Kidney and Canary Di.cascs are
the best Liver and Kidney Medicine.
Cures Bllionsness Indigestion Dyspepsia
iliious B 1TTI R S
Cnrcs Sick ITc&naehc Loss of Appetito Jaun-
dice and Ague Cake.
ma m mil
.1 luj VVVltH
Comes to those Sufiuring WOMEN who use
OH BLACK HAW BITTERS.
Composed ol Cohosh. Black TTaw.Iron
Kriucron Cassia and oil llio Most
Noted Womb Tonics.
Cures Painful MENSTRUATION without
fall. 1rv it and lie convinced.
Cures excessive MONTHLY FLOW in one
or two periods.
Cures Irritation Inflammation and Ulcere-
tlmuif the Womb.
Cures White or Leucorrncea ana all tn
Cunts trouliluK of the Bladder and Ovaries
suit Fnllint! of the Womb.
Stimulates the Seiual Organs with vigor and
'"works Wonders in regulating the worst forms
of Kemale Complaints.
Strencihens the Muscular System and IS
tho heat remedy for a Weak Back.
Arouses into action the Nervous anj WeoUT
tated with the rouebud of health.
riMtK STATK OPTEXAP.TOTHK SHKKIFF
I nr lv Itonslllllli) llf UdlKs COlllltV RreU'llIC
You are hereby commanded to sumaou tho
Rsnltin tee Manufaclii loir Company by waking
publication of this clta'lon onte iu eacn ttiea
for four eon ecuiive weeks p'ovi.ius to me re.-
lurn day ht-rnof in some newaraper publlhcd
lu your county lo appear at the next regular
term of Hie county court of Dallas roiinlv lo be
holden at die court-house thereof In Dallas on
the third Monti In He pi en tier 18Ht the same
beln tho 17 Ii day of stepierat'er law. Ilien aud
there to answer a peti n filed in said court on
the day or Ju'ie Kx'l. in a null numbered
on the doekelof siM court No. 1! 18 wherein
Mnrii-loy & Bradford are nlitintiff- and the
Kankiu Itw Manulaetiirlite Company is deft n-
tlan t aidpelliioiiallt'ifinK that dttleutlnnt is In-
debted to the plalntiU'a lu tha sum oftifVi for
profas-lonal vrvi"es lenrtered by plalutltT- as
attorneys for tho defendant in recovering real
esta o pavlnn taxes thereon and for iirofet-
sional toviec sdoiii tne asae tituniuu m v.r
las Texas. Herein fall not but have yon be-
f. Mid enitiL at Us arorossld next rerular
term thlt writ with your return thereon show-
ins how you have executed the same.
Witness: w. M. C. IIII.li Clerk ef the
County Cuirtof Dsl'as County.
ft. q 1nlcnn nnili-r mv hniiil and seM of talu
court at office in city ol Psllas this 7th day ol
July 18S.I. W. M. c mm
VXIII"rT' ' ITI VI t'HUM Vs'UUt ItAwai
T. H. HUtiHKH. DennlTT
siIK bTAl K t'F I'KXts-TH THE BlIKR-
ul au UliMau.c ol It it.t t.uuui.
Kreetinff: Y u sro liu ety eomman-ieo that ny
akIUK DUtlllt-ailOll OI ms llltliuu in wmio
newiner pu'il sued in tne county oi nauita
for four li )lelve wtks. previous to the re-
turn day hereof. ou mm rou O A. Weba
whose reioc re is unknown 10 do sua ppir-
litlore the Hl-trl.t Court tor ho en Inmd lor
thoeoiin y of l)alae at llie rotirt-hotineihcrei f
In lis iiyfli:ssouttit 21 Monday Id Oc-
tober next Hull and ;teeto an wer tothept-
tltionof W.M. Webb filed In said court asainst
.he said O. A. Webb and allfglns: In substance
at foliows to-li: That plalnnfl and ddendant
ere married la Kemper county Missisnippl In
luly l70 aud lived .oitether aa huband and
wile unl'l lhe 1st day oi Hatch 1!. wtaea de-
fendant abando-jid itlalntilT. aud left lo compa-
ny with one H. C Wbltams and bat been llv-
lor la aluiierywl'h aald Wtlllama slnre that
time and on diflereut limes andoerastmis prior
to that d-tc-idsnl was sulliv of adultery with
h. Mil : Wlltants. l'lalntllf alleensthat
there ware born lo bim and defendaiit four
chlld'ei. ts-wlt- Amanda Jane James H imam
ui. n w.ia . eml Hpnrv Euaene. Wherefore
plaintiff prayi tor citation by ptiMIt atloa for the
ni and enslidy ot hit aabi children and that
a divorre by tef-arat'on'rom t ie bonds of mat-
rimony with ri fendanl be decreed to him for
costs of ami tie. . ...
Herein tail not. but have yon then ana there
nemre said court thit writ with yonr return
I hereon showing how ton have eierntl lhe
same witness: "v : .
- thm ..la.elel Cnri ef Dallaa ConntV
IL 0 1 Given onder my band and seal of
tvd eoiirt. la thee ty of Dallas thlt the h day
of beptembrr A. 1M.
rierS Pitirlri Conn Dallat Cvunty
By W. K I'snar. IVpnty
rai is. a aa '-. rw. I m ' I
mill -J iiikTM ma. t in I"
ate' f. a frfwe-tra i4 Pr!an-l ! 'UT i -aa t laniv
Zr. aay 'av erf 14-t : mm Ik hM rB at
t.e ksajrts 4 Is Js4ru a.'wi t Aaa irjsf-
4m at ax fr tafT-!ir' -'"-
TL. ApVWfl CO.
tw v- vs nnwJi?l
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Br 1PT fee T 4 e. tv. im H t"e?W .
mgttt ! S . -'W . . ae SSrSjti.
ate l trIU.v. r slere teeeaie.
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a-r si-.ei-e. m e - -- w
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CT o i J;
"aw-MhT k'nnsKK in Va fk7'ut7rt??iiC
das made ns his sue ills hit Iht stale at Tetas la
I Ma iiernr-fshiiK remeifr "Nalnre't (Wmn
1UI heslnrsllreor Vllalifiir" All alfwled wKh
iirrrooa deh lliy l't of manhnod and all kin
iired d'sesst s should at oneeiiroeiire h'S nlrcnlsr
from which ti learn lhe eaiisn of the 4 lions' s
shore n enil in" I then at n to prnnnr from
ns or lliroigh us by roor druggist or t ysxprcss
lliu Devur-fallliig mmeilr
VHUWDV HAI.KWINA Wfl.MAM."
Wboless e Drinrvi-ta DnllM Txas.
Pyrolallal Howell A llr.i'tsp U. I. Williams.
Illudrated Marriage Guide 2C0 pages cloth
and gilt binding M cents: lauin lu piper ooror.
li cents Manhuod. 10 oents; Womanhood 10
cents; pamphlet 3 cents securely tealod by
mall Bend money or postage Hasps. DR
WHITTIER the Crott Bpcclallst 617 St.
Charles Sirccl Bt. Louis Mo.
THE GREAT ENfiLISfl BEUE01 .
Is a never-railing tonlo
? for Nervous Debility
-.7. ' marorrnos.
NT l1. MAN Hi KID
ySJ.V :f T:?ey l-aralys and all
M'rV ?'''( bJthn terrihlo efJccts o
M . s -i its. IIUUJUS
KB y i- Bfir Annto. youinni
ars such as
uon Avculon lo Socle
lv. l)ltr.ne!M nf Vlalnn
Sotnes in ma Head tee vlial Huid passlngr uuota
rvt.'u in iti'j itriuii jiijtj many omer aiieasea
-I " In InnnlfT anl i1.r:).
THE KNGMSir MKDICAL INST1TUTM
will asreo to forfeit Five Hundred Dollars for
a nnso of thif k:nd the VITAL KKSTtlKATIVal
;undor their npeclul advice aud treatment) will
not cure or for anything Imrme or injurious
'nniid in it INK i;uf.l-tH MKDiCal IN.
ST1TUTK treats all Private D!eases snccesaftUJy
Without morcury. Consultation Free Thor
oiiKh exauiinatlon and advice including snalj.
is or urine ts tn I'nce or itcai Keiictauvt
W)a .ottln. or four times tLf luanutv. 13.00
scut toany attdri w ou receipt ot price orC. O D'
trio i'. ti. u. sent wiuiout til eitciLHeu as a Kt)ai.
intee) securo from observntlon aud in pnrs'.f
name if clt'stro by KNOLISH hkuivai
lMSTlTIITK7ta Olive stree'.Ht Louis Mlssnnrl
v. noiesaie ARrenu j. j. bcuu 1 1 u uu t
vesto '. Texa
G17 St. Charles Street St lonis?Io.
ffKllUr (fTBrtUnfeOf tWO SlrrJlCll COIIfRria) hrtd tlMD
onafd In tiiObjwvrUI tn'itmfntof uil VoDftroat. Sexu.ti
end Chronic Diseases Uma any other l'tt siclin lu Jiw
Louis an cliy hliow aad ail otal rc.iidi-uu kno-er
Syphilis Gonorrhoea Gleet Stricture Orcht"
(is Hernia or Rupture all Urinary Disease an 4
Syphilitic or mercurial affections of the throat
ekin or bones aretruM'-fiiUutiiruii'?U!aiiaocei a
tatrtacieutiuciiriucijilr. gafely Prlratrly.
. Gpermatorrhcea Sexual Debility mno nfMT1
;oncy the rchUltoffflt-nmirtfjlD youth ncsu.l cxecj
ii uaturi'r your or other eaifHi nu which jnoduffe tout
nT ttte follftvlitg effocL'i of rvoimtjt'sii tent iii ul cuUs inaV
iioL:Uirdiinues.soff3ht1d(T'-ctii-cmeflioryiu:trlLM on iU
'net i-Lyt ifill:-car.aviraioii towcltity orfcnialiai. eonOisio
f itW lor-.i of ft;Minl mw r ci. reuderinpt mornad".
lnpropcrivn!iiinpynr per iun new itemed .'umi'lilfl
litOtiiig. s)reIaliL.Kto il..inlM)VfSfDt Jn '.ilc(l euvrlopft. ft
oiOftRpfii.!iipn CoDiiltniiPQitionioor Ity tuitil (ntv
Ld iiiviud. d friiuitly talk or ht oflbiou costs ne'j.w.
Wlna H in luMiuvrnlt tit to Mnii :hcity for trcatOffi
rirdleiorenn I obciiSIjv uuiUorfxpn .cvvrThpr. C'lf
l.lec!i"ierminiuU'cdwlirrt.'doubtexiBliitt i!ifriiiy ntaiti
in. n.PU ft A M in 1 P. M. HuruXv-f Vl il. lo 1 P. II.
. Psnpblci for Koa 1 Ctaap: fcr Wcoca 1 Ctauf :
Dcrnia fer loth. C Ctacps. C4 c:cc3.
" . . A .11. J : Un.laA Asa radi
iU LOHtuBeoreuiTfacy. Vter Mty wou!erfui frai.- ctur
true to life f Brilchii outLe riHowii.c-"t.t' m
Blurry vho Dot wliy. Proiier one to mtin ?l ho m
tifnt.Matiliood Wpuvkntmoil Pbyhil Pvl JVflnnevi
CetitMicy uud e)tre. W tioi houllsuarr' r.0"W uti hh0
piitpmny K-iucp uftrd. The Fliyhiolocyof ii.-irjducUoa
ibouldrvadlt. ItoustittoLfrpdbyBl1itdull purwc i
Irptuudt-T.ofai kt-j. Popuor rditlou ua;e M t.bo.
But nH!r over .6J pufF. ao et. by ni"- I" wot-r
roaltgt Clitrttirwt fcood smdo D AuiCTi.'tw
705 C'licKlnnt SUt Hi i.ouin BIo
BKfKTT.ARry rniTTi:P PHYSICf AN bai rui-A 'tt
id iirnm.-iiuai ouuuirr unworuj "M
jan-i nf Hip tullutt itiq d.'i'n a : .
Hti-!ii'i- (.tirror.hi-i. 4 J Is -r. ptrlrtttrf OreWtU fteroU t
I'rhurv DI r.tacs .in! Hv.lt.lltic ir Mcrcart' Altei Umi or th-
'.hmat Skin or llnur-: H. mnlnrrlin-a or t-rnina.1 MVakne-4
funt Imi-went'r. Kiiillotin I'IcHIip. IMnlity Dkiln' hcrr-
iRutiKn'. Dituinf i nf hijiit Cinj.'li Itu1it(etlin. Uewnon'.lir
C(..i:cin ri' KVtui av.i -"i'lii .o Swii If. -oht o" ihcuorr aud
hcximl Fow -r ui.d vhit li mifita thi vlrtlin lor bn.sio'wo;
nutrrfiiK". Allnl iir;3lKvirllcn-iiioured hull Ik1 ieiiiiei
IN I1AI.P Till; 1'IMK reiilmliv any other t r.-utmiot- Tim
in ; n;ikmjl 'iml IiPimia'tli' tre ttiiiriit wi'tiretl Uj all. rt'Rl!.!
PRIVATt MEDICAL GUIDE
!n m I'l. I.N flfinely aenlM fuvelnjn'. tor iwi nt.tini hi'h
filiillidtliP tin. nn- ii.il iiift..niniit till jf i .if ii."iv-. Imiui'lit
wi Ity hii'iitiilrn'iirniif fl'ti une ati I cisiMm ii-i'iiiifi u im-
.eniCtri'l bU TIM'R r..ti ti:ft.u It tlwuld U. rvuJ Lyanory
VOUNU and MMtI.K-Ar:i nan.
tastsmLiaLJlW"""iai"'' 1 mmv im 9
THE PERFECT NUMBER
AMERICAN SEWING MACHINE
Best In the Warldl
917 Olire St. St. Louis Mo.
AND LACK VITAL ENERCY?
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