Norton's Daily Union Intelligencer. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 144, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 17, 1882 Page: 4 of 4
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TIE BAIL! mmLIGISCERl' Homestead Law.
Ia the Oldest Bepublicsn
DAILtif APER NOW PUBLISHED IN TUB
>' Stata ofTcxas.
0<- ever Ifkely to be-
Term* of Snbseriptiew
One yeai, . •
oaire: 748 R»9« A Yew.
Dallas City .......Texas
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p. r*>ons fcarlrz city "a£
v-iil lied H to thesr Interest to atfvtruee to tn«
J \Ti l-l.tCBNCEK
NOTICE TO OUR SUB3UBIBERS.
v*« are entitled 0> every number of onr pnpei
vodlTg ttn^nbicribedt^r. We pay P°«*«e
° ev.rv number seni to tho postotfica and if yoa
f >i* u> receive any number you will ploaise nqttfy
Let luoney p*ll bnng lt» proper return. ,
The new bran,'. ► prlitfS ToInH'OO ;
whtit pvyt dewier should have in stock
'Jliowem nay theie ia nothing ec;ual to >t
on tbe market.
Eillinston la oSerioz so-no special Bar
paini in Furnftur«,«eRairooking' Maasttc
His stock is the latest and is com priaerfof
tho finest good? in hiafir.e to be found in
The l»T*U.iowe«*w«teadn? inorea
ing its circulations It is bei g ^nxkrtialT
inquired after on all skies, The Dm y ia
only 50 cents per mo th; Weekly i
SO per vear. tjend i» your ntmea with
WaNTEO—500,000, acres choice Texas
land in one body. ,
oO'j 000 seres choice lann in one body.
1'artie* wishing to fell will give partic-
ulars as to location and lowent ca«h rate.
A .Bftorton to Go,
WANThD-»a good; location iu Xei»s for a Oral
01*. Military School by one otthe.blerta.rd.
most uperineoad teachers in the Union, Who
briuifs with h'.mthe t< ry highest testation ala
uudidcau"n a-1.1 mural character. Mv psr-
littB deairing iho eeUbliihnieot of * No. 1 Mint*-
rv Academy are Invited'to open corrstpondeuee
with the Editor of tho 1KTEU.1CMC**.
To all "who are sutfeiing from the error* a;.d
Indiacrction of youth, neafcus w/'aknoM, ear y
' . m v it ah ef &c., I will send a rutipl
iKui cure y?U, ?REE oF CII U'.QK, ThU
,-rcat remedy was discovered by a mis-unary iu
- South America. Band ft eelf-nadrsMod euvolope
7.»tlia Hot Jeseph T. Inman, filiation ,), New
If you want to buy a piano, orK-»n 'ir muMoal U
etrumouti* oi say kind er sheet musla, or tuatrue,
ion" hook or any thing In the m isia vl *!*!>■
ttfv to the i dttor ot the IntKWIs»«RCb.W » nd J**
5?li b<> enabled to bay what yon waat, a.id yoa
•will have thirty ; er cent from what you w»!
to-day «o- called music dealers., U*ar thU In mlad
Ol Uig tl» holiday seanon.
A Happy Fomly.
Vutled from tti« broa»t,*que< »»d. froci tha bo« %
Htomachs will »our and wlk w.ll curdle,
lt*byhal«elul*hg ail that night,
Hotineliold bauipinghead* iu awfui frljjhl.
j»on't de ly, 'twas thus with \ icturia,
•Siuht w hiaeou* without Casta'i*:
T, hen iolic 1-tt, for peaceful flumb-T,
All said iheir pr»yer aud »lept lik-; thnnlw.
[bxtitaots paomthb -4tat1 co*srrtotia«
art. xvi.—general provisions.
Pf.c. W- The homestead of a fami'y shall b»,
1 ami is hereby orotecied from forced sale for the
payment ot all deb's, jx.iept for the purciiase
money thereof, or a pa t of such purehase money
the taxes due thereon, or for work and material
,nse<' in constructing improvements thoraon; aud
in this lfu>t case only whetv^he work and material
ore contracted for iu writing, with th : consent of
the wife, given in tlv same manner as is required
in nieUog a s;ile and cjnveyanc# of the Horn*-
• ead ; or shall the owner, i; a married m\n, sei I
tee homestead without the consent of th i
given in such manner as may be preacrihed b t
1 jw. No mortaasre, trust deed or othrsr lieu shall
©*er he va'id, except lor the purctiise money
therefor or improvements made therejn, as here-
inbefore provided, whether such mortgage or
trust deed or other Hog shall hava been created
by tho husband alone or together with his w:f«;
and all pretended sn'os of the homestead invoi*-
year. We haw Beyer had agenta in H»j tftRCSt & COQipliCtC 0St#WB8hltt0Bt fl WTtll Tf
iteld to canvass tor us, nor have we * mmmm ,
»olleotors out toharrassand annoy, sent
the contiary, we have ourselves On
pressed for our bills as many can testify.
To those iu this locality we would reeuect
uily say that iu uiivi-is subscription
Ui#y can rest assured Ihat, a paper publish
iu .Dallas when there were only thirteen
white repuhiicana, voting, the ticket
iu the entire county, can out fail when
there are thirteen hundred, aim
till there are more than thirleeu »boa?atid
(13,(100). Here we planted our Ebenezer
years ago aud here NoitTO^'s UtfiOii 1n-
KLLiufiNCiCK will sttua to uo square wors
V.)'.k iu» at the liati ami behold it is iiyiu.'
The find aud W oritiiosw *
are never imitated ot counterfeited. Th9?
Ing any condition of dofeance sha'.l oo void. ,
tJEC. 51. The homestead, not in a town ur ci(»r ! 19 especially true ot a
" " nd ! 'i <1 il id nnailito nrr
shall consist of not more than 200 aires of lan
M'hich mav be in one or more parcels, v
improvements thereon. Tho honicatea l, iu a city,
towlt or village uliail e»r«ist of lot or lets, not to
exceed in va ue five thousand dollars at the tlaje
ot their desk'iiation «s the hotneatehd, withoat
reference to the value of auy improvements there-
on. Provided, that the same shall be used for
the purposes of a home, or as a pi ace to exercise
the calling or business of the h-adof a family.
Provided, also, that «uy temporary routing of the
bonieetead shall not coango the character of the.
ame when 1:0 othi
hec. 52. On the
or both, the homestead shall descend and vest
like niauner as oth^r real j joperty of the dec«ee-
«d, and shall he governed oy tho same laws of de-
scent and distribution. l>ui it shall not be parll.
tioned anion;: the heirs of tho deceased during the
lifetime of the surviving uusband or arife, or »o
long as the nurviver rjny elect to uso or oceapr
the same as a homestead, or as long as tho guard-
ian of the minor children of the aeeeas^d oiay be
permitted, uuder the- order of the proper Court,
having jurisdiction, u> use and occupy the same.
The law delining tho homestead and other prop
crtv exempt fraui taxation iu accordance with UtM
above provisions is as follows:
.a ut, «834. l'oere rhall f lso be reserved to
every family in this Btate. free and exempt fro*
forced sale for debts, the fc>.lowing property : All
household and aitcjjea furniture;,all implemeuto
of Husbandry; all tools an^ apparatus oelougieg
to any trade o< professii.il; all books beloajiiif
to private or public iibraries; five milch cows aai
cilres; two yoke of woriexen; two horsee aud
one wafjn; one carriage or bu^gy; ouo gap*
twenty hogs; twenty head of sheep; all prori^
ions and forage on imnd for h une coosuaiptton;
ell saddles,, bridles and haruoss necessary for the
use of the fa.idiy; and to "verj? cilixau aud ba«»4
of a family one horse, bridle an 1 saddle; all wants
lag apparel; all tools, apparatus acd beoka be»
ouiju^g to his prifate
r ^ family medicto®.
°Mh*ti^ R,,d it is positive proof that the remedy
wit t .e jmjlate(j 14 0f ^ie lughest value. *A» soon
it had been tested and proved by the
whole world that Hop Bitters was the
purest, best ami most valuable tamily
medicine on earth, many imitations sprung
up and began to steal the notices in which
the press aud people of the country had
not cnango uie cnaraoier oi mo. | expressed the Qieri ts of H. B and in. every
or homestead has been acquired, 1 way tryiHar |0 induce suffering invalids to
B d-achof ;heiiu.?b.tuior w ! U8S their stuflTinstead, expecting to make
money on the credit and good name of.
H. 15• Many others started nostrums put
up in similar ityle to H. B. with various-
ly devised names in which the word
' Hoi>" or "Hops" were used in a way to
induce people to believe they were the
same as Hop Bitters, All such pretended
remeriee or curee, no matter what their
Btyle or name is. and especially those with
the word ,4Hop" o* '"Hops" in their name
or in anyway connected with them or thoir
name, are imitations or counterfeits. Bs-
ware of them. Touch none of them, Use
nothing but genuine Hop Bitters, with a
bunch or cluster of green Hops on the
white label. Tiust nothing el.<e. Drug
gists and dealers are warned against deal*
ing in imitations or counterfeits.
Tor Bale or Eent
Advertise your wishes ia the IntklliQBKOEB.
A bran now safe for sale. Buquiro of A. B.
Norton fc Co.
Several deslrabln boo on s and booses for rent
Bnquire «t 1. B. Norton & Co.
A houso on the corner of Sycamore and Pantile
avenue for rent. Kngalre of A. B.Norton 81 Co.
Our oeiaaaus ate op m to all advertisers. Kates
made kuowu on application to t te editor.
Valuable laudi in u.aay counties iu Texaa for
sal*. Knqolra of tbC' editor of tbe IxTEbLHSBii
ALDEIDGE & WALTER,
ISIaBk Hook Makers,
Ail kinds of hliinli hook made toorder&keptinstoci
Full Line of Legal Blanks
ALWAYS ON HAHD .
'ices duplicated and work equal to any from
tho oldest established house.
STEET, Dallas, Tex
U can aiake money faster at work to* us than
at any thie* elsa capital not required ; we will
start you. Twelve dollars per day at home
made by the industrous rami, women, boys and
girls wauted everywhere to work for us. Now is
the time. Costly outfit end tarm free. Apdroee
Xrue Jx co Portland. Maim a.
1«/»r»a week in your own town- $6 Oul
4)00fit free. No risk. Reader, if yot
want a business at which persons of eithed
«excan make great money aH the time thejl
work, write jwrticulars to Haliett <>>|
J. M. MoGBKW WlUjMN SKALI. _ ^ Br n
Lot* AadUor, P 0 den*t Lai* Intvecior P O dept (jGO. U« iJ&rijliirQ vu v
MoGEEW & SMAJLJL,
gating to "the beautiful land" cau learn
NORTON'S UNION INTEL
"Thk old Reliable" Uniou paper and
the stalwart advocate or
Commends itself to all, who are »tevot
d to the principles oi the grand party .•
Pogress and Freedom*
• It has now entered upon a new volum
nd asks at the hand of those, who profese
epublicanism that to which it is justly en
Ult'l a liber:;! anil generous support.
The 1 ntkx.lioENCEit wits-the last Union
paixst published in the states that attempt
•id to secede lrom the Federal Union—and
The Iktkij.igjencer is the oldeet repub
lican paper in the aoutii.
t lie 1 ktklligekceh was for many years
h« ottii republican journal in tiie south.
'Ifte editor and proprietor of the intel
10 Kite eh lias contiiiirously kvpt the old
flag tiyinjf under the most trviutc cir-
tumetances—Io'-m stood faitiilul *mong the
.faithless"-—has passed thsongh "the fiery
urnace' ol pr»jciipt.jn intolerance and
dtualy hate" aud
ITNAIJiKl) amu ALOHI
lia«< striven to uphold the cause of the
coKSTmrfion AJ»O THE UNION
liaviag demonstrated that a republican
p«per can be publisneti in the old derno-
eralic stronoltl under the most adveree
treum stances, and having made the I»-
having spent his time aud talents mi?
money, v/lien friends were "few and far be
iwcen" Having home ti.e brunt and bur-
tner ol the fcglu; lie believes that in me
dawn 0'. a better day ne has the right to
thooe who "claim to be i -puo.tcaua'
•) help exteud its circulatior.
WE SxlALL CONTWtTB
I to advocate whut we believe the ri^fht and
K> advance t/.€ bent
U4TEP.E8T OK TtlAS.
iu our columns will 'w found much use
ui ijHoruation for ttia tniHiutssj m tn, thu
armer and nochanic an.l ail cl'iaae# of
s>)iiiuiunity. We shall couiinne our en
Asoostoaa Aif-» aM*) wnn<<< sr
he advantages and disadvantages^— the
ruth, and nothing but the truth*1 by »»iW
icribin-for Norton's «nm* iNTOLLiyrf*'
jeu, published at Dallas, the city of grea
expectations and gcaatent promi^ 111 the
gtnto. Terma: a |2.50 petnnum Sfl.bO for
K-^nowned at a Purs and Effective
hair Dre&aing iu *11 Paris th®
For thirtv years it has been a favorite
tfilh p60i>^e and a ieftJcr with the triiile.
Hie name "GocjAiNfi" ha"; become a val-
uable property Burnett iSt Co. have es-
jphlished woie right to use J» li several
-uitsat law thus protecting the puolie
and themselves from imposition.
T i i e euperioriiy of Burnetts Flavoring
tracts consist in their i>erfect purity
und great Btieaffth;
The uvKber ot eiiuare leet in a ac ie i#
■; . In order to hiufr this area the
•Jce «.f lacd mi.st be of such a length ami
. ;;<«t!i that two multiplied together will
.>,iviuce 'he above unmbev. Thi?*, ax.
ot'ie ot Innti uugiii be 43.56U feet long by ; ccutiuuee to adv-,
,-r.« 1,1. iiroad; 2l,i80 icet long o» iwo j»nm,c lTee Schools, morality tea*.
f,tl i.^; 14^0 teetlong feet, atid vir.Ue-audeuvoring «u
1 the acre ot iaiK. k » i;i,4Uv«w tbM tuiud,
each side ia net W w.., ,, ., . -- '
A X». 1 fhrm of 200 acrea, about eight miles
southeast of Dallas aed one mile north of the
Trunk Hnilroad'; o»re hundred- acres Improved;
a gpod lw4i atoiy frinno houw ruv^ently builtj
good granary and barn, a well of excellent water
and convenient to a good school. 1'rlce,. 4«t) pe#
aero. Enquire of A. It. Norton & Oo.
3'il acrea of good land, with a small improve,
neat; 30 aeres under fence; land wall timbered
Will be sold for $10 per aero. Capable ol being
niade a good firm. Located about seven miles
eoath ast of Dallas. Title perfect. This land m
pari on the Trinity rivur. For parucula. s ea%mre
of A. B. NOUTON » CO.
Xt ts a remarkable faet t at the Pat*it O«oe is
the only Dopartnieat of Government that 1 sself-
uvtutors and patentees throughout the country
will find thoir Int. rent promoted by plaoing theii
basin*** lu t-iohauds orPre^by K Qrwi, who h^d
years of crpcrtence as BolicOors 1- the varioaa
artmeuw at V» ashlngtow, D, O. *
tfhy is Kpwxi Tobacco, having rtlch a
rtia Because chewera know it ia the beet
MAIN ST„ DALLAS, TEXAS.
J. 11. Richards, Proprietor
Tiverything New and Fir#UC!&a*»
i.00 to2.9C ift CaT-
At\wn*ys and Counselor sou Law
Sooas 5 Si 6, St, Cloud Su'Jdlng,
WASHINGTON, D. a
Praottee before the Strp'etno Court, District of
Columbia, the court of claims, and. tbe If see-
uUve Departments of the Ooneral Qovert*
gg- Special attention given to the Iioslnees o
Postmasters, U S Attorneyn. U 8 Commission-
era, Clerks, Marshals, Interntl Revonue Col-
lectors, Pension Agents, Army a ad Navy
OUlcer*, Indian Agents, Registers and Re-
ceiver of Land Offices, B arveyora, and
Collectors of CustonM, Railroad and
steamboat Companion, Id all Con-
tractors and National Banks.
Handmade and Eastern
BOOTS AND SHOES
Hats and Cape, Valines and
604 Elm Street 604
ITW. HA;i/ &Beo'?
House Furuisliing GooHs,
L A.MPS, &*., Sco.
lfO. 62» ELM STW
Galvenixed Iron Conriee Windo*
Mac fckeei Iron *»are
Van Boek Barnard & Tlntle j
Lllb, AND BLANK BOOK
41A423 H.Main at.
ESTABLISHED . 18?2|
geoarlajf, Cleaning & Impairing- SstablUhment|
80i Mtiin St- ll.illUSI.TiHTAl
The only house in North Texaa which is fu'lj
ueqlpped for all ktuds of work lu this line
Coat Riudinft Mcnduig, &., neatlB dgna.
Prloes aa low as lowest.
W i31 he m*i K si I spuHw*. «n S *rnvm i A ««
tV It wwlWm 'v. pl»H». **' *«*? - '"f •
v.:»rln.»- 1SW .Mhw. of V^aut ,f"T" ' "*'■} *1^'
Ttmm.^9. to All. J* ^
u f</u«4 relict rLm'.h^ In tLt so**-
rem ,0 W« »«k»s#rK«ltT0f-utjlyi-*
b b: /iiREl fit C».. Detroit. Elch,
hri.au. hi u r<
.? i xacti t s-iuai^
u. ,i$ iwt 1:2 inches. Tho • 1? "buit^ ul> lbe wasw ttud 10
u c-in ct-rne to an exactly sqr.are u'allK,nA-
even number of feet n> fhe
it I"eet lon^ i>f ISS b;r>ad
-Ss-s. Soafhin« fi5 r?ij?
J.< 0 Cobbthus wrlua n tJ-. j
• h-l-tt i» F^waiaiiW<- would Uy/n n rt»i-
'.-.i.id." . kind -f medicine which ol«l not
. . w ... f»aru«-uterly fof ii.faat- I. * of
\f.-i -i.k' m? xtt- due -|^*k Jrora
. ; u.'.tsnCiaily ^bea^vrov"1 a oka
- .. 4.. i ,.vi» j an !ri i-H trfDb'rd. v. : c.i-
1 -I It !li «l p- i^mafw raft '.u.e
t :^.»anW»*||.^woCKc :o ...-i-
i - r n j wl.Uh V Wn%«K for tliu fcieep
,1, i« vL- 0"» mtaat i» V *f«eVij ual, an 1
• it ■•••Lib -.av" >*+ a* a 1 .tie..
\.'d aurlir -I v |>nce»e ftUetUi.*, "tsv-dre it!..
,,l ►. t b iv- !rv l 'Ctly he .'d te.vJn -« s»>
•V , 'Id >!..i 1j<; wiUf utit rr.vii! ftc inrta «:
- ei.„d t. 1 It .ai„a»b*.e< Willi Ue l.U'ia*
it- vio otU reader*, it if not necessary to
' imore— 'hey understand uj. 'Lo (as
' m c.ur itiiii"! v,e s4y try >ji»
you Vita.-c !
viilumt oi t
volutin' of will v»"« «iave r:i.%.i« an 1 *
'I We s4_i
We have ciu-cred upoii i-.i* !5
m v. i kkuV and are in 1 Ur. 3;;;
good publtuatiuuass our u.- aa.i would per
mil—unprelciitious and tuiaiaiugiwa
hliou^h our puj^r ciay have te^n, we arts
^ W/! ri'J" ri'V vd -vi i i/lA' JS'K-, L It?
f ft itti* CaTJi.'ry.
a:ti>ultlc ft- *. ti V n- • . I:*-v. fia
iT. U._t 5>t« i'.tua'. <>:.•? .t-*» •-'«■ s • /ere,T
o*' Siivji-vv'/ *•» j t . • ;ta ^
,! 1 lii-C ** *• '
,f. 5Ie..V!fra too* rl v
i ji 'M • C A-a
BOBBINS ELECTRIC SOAP
It is probable that nearly every family
in Dallas knows by this tune the great
merit iiossessed ;by this world renewed
soap, for it has been 0.1 the market for tif»
tLe» years, and has been brought to ihe no
tice of all, but is our advertising has ea-
capettltie eye of any.aud if no friend ha*
spoken of its merits, pJeaae allow us to say
that you will truly iind it te your interest
l« try it,audaeefor yourself how far su-
perior it If* to any other soap made. It i>
And Most Eoiioniical 8oap in
Your Grocer sells it.
¥. U C.CA'jH-* x OO., .Isn-t'is'ar-,
'£. L. M Alii A LIS,
V *< ie Aid.., Dallaa, Te
"" THE 60L»EN
Twelve liandred Pounds of most boau*
tiful tirapes have just been picked from
nO Pochlington Grape Vines,
planted out four years. They were Bold
for 20c pe» lb.
One year vines, extra strong, $L.
'J'wo year old vio«^. ex^ra lar^e, v2.
Iiwrinz age vines $2 dti each.
For sale by U. C» W ildey,
eef.27-2u» A.bauy. ^.Y.
SMcjuipiiis & Charlesiw
Gar^t Southern Mail Roat<
Passing through the "naturally beautiful an
most favored region of oar country, Decidedl
the shortest lino to the East and Southeast.
After June 1st rooud trip tickets at red-ice.I
rr',u» will be 011 sale to the celebrated apiiug]
uid watering p'acos of Kaat Tennessee aa
Kiegantr Day ceaohos fiom Little Roc!'
to Chattanooga wiUtout cflanxe. Magwl
ftoei't ealane aioeptng cars, ownoa by the cob]
i,an», ou all uigrt trains. Sleeping car fere 1*1
Uuced, Baggage through to destination.
passengers lor Washingtou Baltimore, Pblla
deiphia, New Ycfk, as well ae to. Uhattanoo gi
Atlsnla, Chartotyer Augusta, aa an4 ail Souther
Cities, (Jo and purchase tickets by this line.
Mup». Time Tables and Rates of Tlokol at
■sut on apullcatiou to
$100 AmontbMSr SSSKi
ers for »he life of Jt ferula fiaoi*, by Win- F
ford, LI . w., of Alataaifc includte*. a fall i«
toryofihe LovcCA.ua<. l'tmtr itol. Nowrjud/
geud-for particulars, fv B T-tR.VT Publl'uM
f6T Br or dwav. New York- City*
j c. UIUU£»
A CO UHbELLOk A1
311 llaia Sireoi, Dilla;, Teia<
Fpeclal attention given to Revenue and oth«
matters iu Pederil oontta Tyler, Austin aa
A PUACK FOR YOUR OrOTIOMARY
FOR YOUR new®* - "
uw^sit in ods,
A PLACE FOR - .
A PLACt FOR .
And cn onmmasfrfw
OUR aiCTIOWAWYt -- 'i
YOUR HEWRPAPKlUC ^11
)R YOUR PKRIODIOALS..
—* Tin ods,
-a evrfimf i*
P. &. BOIilCH,
v-if itumb e e±; acity
saliKUK*.! tlial, 1
wave u-.-iie iwu«e g<»^d. to otocrs il Utey
liAVe uot l>u«
J who wish a!.«i-, cuidid outspo-
ken j'juri;ai thai |rutJei.s i.ot t j a vaiaiod
ta.. iv^" «»o. the K-.iee lu are
U4-4^* J.l luemstlvei ui>ou our
.. ri.uu < »- i -j» *-r r — ——- »at a«<t t»e•wUK'if at Ue raw 01
, . .., ut» sj^wnsKietauoa wlatter*#. ^Ji-. a»» 3'J 2 vtar- tu< LAILY at pei
Jiu. abc.t*jt»-ie'. .
Pe* RCt2lEH« /
rCnolVIW etfews. locttsai .
— ■ «rtffo£ y*"' **t5: i?* n
si». a a
1I6 S7c*ji3re St., "bet. ?Ia ^ 4 21a,
DALLAS, • TEXAo.
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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/m1/4/: accessed December 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.