Norton's Daily Union Intelligencer. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 144, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 17, 1882 Page: 3 of 4
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'ublished tit the l!ead of Steamboat
Navigation and the Railroad Cross,
inn of the Trinity River.
A Fir.tf-Ulass Paper,
Cntebid at rar Dallas I'twomor as
Second Class Matter.
HOUSTON A TEXAS CENTRAL.
B0CST0N TIME, WHICH 18 It NHHTTBS
gASTEB THAN t>ALLA8 TIKE.
irrive 8 30 a m I Depart
|Arrive 10 05 p tu | Depart
8 55 a to
10 15 p m
8 05 a m I Depart
4 50 p di I Depart
8 80 a m
& Oft a m
TEXAS A PACIFIC.
JEFBKRSON CITY TIME.
I Ho 4 Arr 6.50 a. ni. I Leave* 7 20 a. m
|Ho SO Ar 3.46 p. id. | Leaves 4.60 p. ■
. Going Went.
Iffo 1 Ar 8 00 p u | Leaves 8 40 p m
|H© 9 Ar 8 00 a m I Leaves 815 a m
Dallas * wichita.
1 40 a in
3 20 p'm
Arrive 10 00 am
Depart 3 00 a
■ >S. >ImV ■ •
MISSOURI P AC IMC.
Sr. Louis Thkouun Thai*.
5.30 a. m | Depart 10. p. m
irt, 6. 25 p. m I Departs 10.15 a. m
The ft, Louisthrougb Irainn run bv gt.
ILonie time, 14 minutes faster than Dallas*
St. Luuis trains have sleepers through
We Me nntfcerlwd to nnnosnce W Tj K D
IWAKDB ib n candidate for Justlc<\jo thcPease
Mi precinct No. 1. KWction Isovembir 7 18s:'.
\V« nre LUthcrlxed to nrrcunoc P. !'. i I.'TH*
BffcON us u cui.didate tor 'l iu CoMictoro Pa!.
as county. el<ctien Nov..7, ]fc82.
We are authoilxed to announce W. M C. Hilt
j M a candidate for the off ro cf Ceunty Clerk, t-'l
| (be enruintf November election
Wr tie atitorixetl ro anhoance MR. JOHN B,
I Kl'NZ •• a t unrlluate for Justice of (be Ftaee i c
ll'reelntt No I. Election in November.
J* are authorised to announce W W PEAK''
|m a cniidlSate for Justice of tke Fence, l'reetni..
I © 1 Election November 7 1882.
We are authorlced I* announce C'HAS. **
lOILLESi'IB (tor tho past six years a deputy .
lUiejoflio) as a csndklute for the eflice of 'i ax Col-
ctor of i>allas eonuijr, at the coming November
W H. THACKEi; is a candidate for
Mint/ Clerk, lias had 13 years experi-
|«nce (as deputy) in lexas. For tlie paat
liz years has had charge of the Count.
*>urt of thin county, as Deputy Count*
Clerk, under Captain Alexander Hurwood.
FOR rRITESFNT® .IVE.
We are authorized to announce W*. G.
| Veal as an independent Democratic can-
iidate for the Legislature.
Mas urn OGloudi' 17, loJ2-
It is novile stuff, drugged pretending,
Ito be made of wonderiul foreign roots
Ibarhs, and puffed up by long, boirua
I certificates oi pretended miiaculoes cures
1 but a simple, pure, effective medicine
made of well known valuable remedies
that furnishes its own lertiticates by it
Icnrea. We refer to Bop Hitters, tbe purest
land bent of medicine.—Exchange. fce«
I another column.
J From eminent W, I., Alnaon
iPreaMent Medical College, Halifax, N. fl.,
"Colden'r Liebig'0 7 iq lid Extract
Of Beef and 'ionic lny:goja«or i«
invaluable for fever, indigentiui^and weak*
l.ew, and cannot be supased for female
I complaints " (Take uo other.) Of drug*
Continued from ercobdpage* '.:r.
aod congressmen Nov. 7, ■■
Kansas will elect state officer*,
legislature and congressmen Nov 7.
Kentucky elected democratic
clerk of the state court of appeals
Aug. 7; will elect congressmen
Nov. 7. <
Louisiana will elect congressmen
Maine elected republicgu tpver-
oor. leeislatute and congressmen
Maryland will elect efate judges
and congressmen. Nov. 7.
MaaeHohuseiis.wi!! eject state of-
ficers, legislature and congressmen
Michigan will elect state officer*,
legislature aod congressmen Nov 7.
Minnesota will elect legislature
and congressmen Nov. 7.
Mississippi will elect congress*
men Nov. 7. .
Missouri will elect minor state
officers,v legislature and congress*
men, and vote upou an amendment
concerning tbe stale judciary Nov 7.
Nebraska will elect state officers,
legislature aod rongrpeemen and
vote upon a woman's suffrage
amendment Nov. 7.
■ - Nevada will elect state officers,
legislature And cengrecrmen Nov 7.
New Hampshire will elect gov-
ernor, railroad commissioner* legis-
lature aud^spogvestmen Nov. 7. \
New Jeraev will elect legislature
and congressmen Nov. 7. .
New York will elect governor,
lieu'euant-governor, chief justice
of tbe court of appeals, assembly-
men, and congressmen, and vote
upon amendments making tbe, Ca-
lais free, an ! providing for the
election of additional supreme jus
uces Nov. 7* V
North < arolhiB will elect.associ*
ate ji d^e ot the state supreme court,
■ix superior court iudges, legisla-
ture and ctrngressmen Nov. 7.
Ohio elected democratic mlr/.T
litre c Ulcers and coagressinen Oct.
Oregon elccted republican state
officers legislature and congress*
'nen June 5.
Pennsylvania will elect state of-
ficers, legislature and congressmen
K'tode Island elected republican
state fScers end legislature April
5; will elect congressmen Nov, 7.
South Carolina'will eleot state
offic r*.legislature aud congressmen
Tennessee rejected a proposition
to ho! in constitutional couye'ition
Aug 3/ will elect governor, legf.da
ture and congress»nen Nov., 7. ,
Texas will' electr state officers,
legi-latureand congressmen Nov. 7.
Vermont elected republican stale
officers, legislature and. congress-
men Sept. 5. -y ;;
Virginia will elect Congressmen
Nov.7. # •
West Virginia elected ? judge
of the supreme oourt >>f appeal to
fill a yocancy, legisUture and oon*
groosmen Nov. 7. .
WLcon-in wi'.l elect legislr.tu't
and ccugre'bsiaen Nov. 7, and vole
upon amenilmcnt relating to ievi-
dence and legislation oi vo>er?
and tbe rl ctiop of c'»»»nt^v offi • j «.
ant1 p>*. yiringtbe general elot-iit .
of state nd county officers, exce;»-
judicial, shall be held biero-^
in tbe even years after 1884 tho
wl'0 were cho*en in 1881 to ht. «
over umil 1885 it tbe ameu-nteu*.
■ an ■ ■■ wa. mi * ' •
Asa tonic and -ter^me lor debilitated
women nothing suVt.aMes Ul^Fterce's 'Fa-
vorite Prescription.' By druggist. *
'f.;".ant and fasfiiohnbfe are f
the - .ainoiici Jye colors One package
colot 6 1 to 4 lbs, of goods. 10 cents for any
TO NOT DESPAIR.
t Persons suffering from .complicated dis*
eases that have a tendency to exhaust and
weaken tbe brain and nervous.system, find
themselves quickly cered. and perfect tone
an/t real ntrength given to the affected
narts. by making free use of.Brown's Iron
liittsrs. It makes the old feel young, the
young feel buoyant, and reuiofes everv
? I'mm of illness from the human sys«
lf»n . A trial bottle will convince you
tbat It is the best tonic made. *'
Mrs Kate, a wealthy lady of Pittrburg,
I Pa., wrltesi Rich food and high living,
ni|thi i>art'e-, fashionable dressing and the
general frivolity of high life, has been af-
fecting my health quite aerioudy. I com-
menced using Brown's Iron Bitten, ar.d
I now I am as lively aa a yonng girl, and ex
I eel theiu all in enuurance. It is more re-
freshing than champagne, aod ite strength
|«aio4 cffecuare iaetiuge, *
•• Wells' Health tfenewer" restores health
en4 »l*or, rem Dyipepcta, Impotenee, (Seaual
l«oss of hair and grayneas, which often
mar the prettiest face, are prevented by
Parker's Hair Balsam.
t*i|t ea Rata.*
Clea rs out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ante
bed-tafs, ikinli, cKipnunke, fopber*. |Ue
Q uick, complete cere, all annofing gid.
ney. Bladder and Urinary Plate ate. $1.
Bead the IVTELLVOKBCBB.
MOTS UTTSLLIGSNCEH- 'GEORGE SICK
Manufactured and Wholesale, retail dealer io
—ALL KINDS OF-
No. ISO & 732 Elm at
Prirtee to Suit the Times. Call and Ki ».ne Goo d
l^florPurchased Elceu heru
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
Enlarged to Tea Pages, Only
$I PliR YKAR.
t)A I t.Y, per year,
BKMt*WEEKLY, per year,
TB.-WKKKLY, poryear, .
Your PoHtmanter will reecive
tion, or add res h
GLOBE PRINTING CO
A Tariei Performaneet
Many wonde« bow Parker's Ginger Ton-
ie can perform such cures, thinking it es-
sence of gimrer. when in fact it is made
from many valuable medieines which act
beneficially on every diseased organ.
When fashionable lessitude is establish-
ed to the destruction af healthful emotion
and the sufferer longs for death,rather than
lite, there i* no better remedy then Dr
Benson's Celery and chamomile. Pille,
which braee up the system aid give te
sleep ite blessed resposehilneei.
•The woman who seeks relief from pain
by the free use of alcoholic stimulants and
narcotic drugs, finds what she Seeks only
so far as sensibility is deftroyed or temper
erily suspended. No cure was ever
wrought by Such means end the longer
they are employed the more hopeless the
case becomes, Leave chloral .morphia and
belladonna alone and nse Mrs Pinkliam'a
- Every cbewer should bi|y PrniKO Navv
because it is the beat «veV sold in 1'exas
IU6HT TO KNOW.
I ^There exists a nem of s»
luring » soft and brilliant
Complexion, so matter how
Kwr it may natnrallr bch
ffii'i Magnolia Balm i«:»
delicate ana harmless artl*
ele, which Instantly removes
Freckles .Tan, Bednesa
Roughness, Erintions, Vnf
far Flashings, ete., etc. 8t
elieate ana natural are Itf
effects that Its use U sot
Suspected by anybody.
Bio lady has the right to
fresent a disfigured nee la
society when the Magnolia
Balm is sold by. all drufrista
*r 75 centaT '
OW A&D ftlliUBU
fend for 8ampl« Copy.]
ueiie lis A b4lmIX GIIjEA
For all N^rve and Brain .
nre prompt, safe and eff'.-luat
Th. beet known remedy 1a
• he world for nervoimne* In
TJm all elagee: Weaketiinv of the
memory. Loss of Brain pow-
er. Nervous Debility, Lost
Knergy, Lost Uop«a, Ir*pru-
dencen of Youth, Ki«e§»rj in
maturer veara.S«minai weulr
lies*, and Oeneral Lom of
Power in OeneTatireOrf»n«.
To those eafleiing from Ner-
vtus IrrltubllHr, A'ervous
H.adoche, Nervous SbocK,
Nervous Piosiralicn Nerv-
.ns bxhaution, relief Is af.
fo d. in many cuses of hmale
werkness they act like a
rhario. The biudent. the
Teacher, tbe Clergyman, lh«
. dlU>r,th« Susine*. mat,,can
all be benefited by their use.
I,1 fe is too short to waste
awuy In a dull te. pid manner
• hen a Si-IV bos »ill beneBt
you. and six boxes will cure
and resture you to health aod
jm. happiness for 7.6". A«k your
druggist for them. Take no
othtr. Of send dii.et tu the
manufacturer.,who wilt seue
Ihem by mutl, sealed, on rd
eipt of arise. Addres Dr. Clarke Medicine com
stiy, 668 Broadway New York. Send 3 te
swp for sircular. Veb.
m hah 1KB sim.
Weekly latelligeneei I MEXICAN
h made tup of Oh aass
} r-sVWI V • *•
"By askii'g loo much wCm^y loss
the little that we, had before.?' Kidney-
Wort asks nothing bnt a fair trial, This
given, it fears no loss of fail1! in ita vir«
tues. A lady writes, from Oregttn j/'For
thirty years 1 have been afflicted with
kidney complaints. Two packages of Kid-
nev-NVort have dotie me- more good than
all the medfcine and doctors I hnVe bad
before, i Uiieye it. is a sate cute."
TUKBK te no sn-aier >li»<<l Vrodacer and Wis
snstatniny I'rluciple in lite world of "cods ' ot
Dedtclne thn ■> MAL'l BITTKRe). pre]*i'd fvoa
Onfsrmcnted Mall, Uous anu Quinine. TLty
the body and the bran., enrich tbe blood, soliv ^
a boD^-. baiuuk thb'n.usrles, ouiet the tart .«
ser the t»iini, LSrlcct dtyestioi., reyulste tbe
Bach aid to at is, cleanse the liver and kidney
vttslik* vith N£\N LIKfc. every Said of the
lev.are of imitations' similarly uaa.sa
cr.ih'- iomptttiy's Bl«Ukture which appear
in tl.e latei ct every botUe. Sold v«rr-
AL.1 P'l't'slilo-io.. j4»«. -X
and ae lb thfcpaat. ao hi
Vor moKJthiui a *
l.ilcaa starts ssg
above priee and
niUUons nil over ttie woeM af I
sa.'e twiienee Kir tbe roHef ot]
and Mia. A la a moillafaM]
KlsmlM-dksliest sf Mai
Fur every vtis oi axternai paib |
will be fcood e strong stippoeCar ot
law and order,
public free schools,
always moving forarard and keeping pace
srith tbe pfOgf«Mtve epint as' tbe timeeu
Itnsfang Ltnhnent ta wfihe^M aa e<¥r.al. |
le B.a«tratM !bth sad HSKlt ea|
She very bene—making lbeoo*itinu-
Mnlmm* le needed by ewnet»o.ty j
every house. Bvaif day attMB SWm I
tKs ag etsy of an a vena Scald or haru |
auMueil, Of rbremsfie sasHyn r
store*), or a valasW Bees* asr <
ssved by the tooling power crftbto
1 whtck egeadi^ ^uy^saoa aTiwnte erf J
a, Cats, Hk*wtees and
rslsoaoee Bites and
SUfhsti, IsaNMsa. Old
tipples, CaksHa Btvsit.
ever/ tamn ot • eternal
It kssla vrlikoat
For tbe CauTB CaaiTioa It curea ■
SubNsripoo v S2 5
SsiKi StastB hi Spesisn Cqiies
leases, FeotBot, Svrew W uno, Ektab, J
(Hollow Hern. Scratches, Vltmo.-
1 galls, ftparla. Tl.rn«U, Ringbone,
Wdihtrvi, FoU Svll. rum npoul
|tba 01KHS and every stbse aUnentj
|to wkkk t*»e seenr^n'a of tk«
I IMabie nnd afe«X Yard are liable. •
Tin Mexican ltaetanf LiatisMat
aXwara oareo in-.! navvr Ciwi)jK<aSe; J
| and It is, yoettlvaly,
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Norton, A. B. Norton's Daily Union Intelligencer. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 144, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 17, 1882, newspaper, October 17, 1882; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth443739/m1/3/: accessed February 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.