Norton's Union Intelligencer. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 248, Ed. 1 Friday, February 29, 1884 Page: 4 of 4
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Norton's Union Intclli^encer.
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FHILAY, FEBHIAHY 25). 1SS4.
a :**oi .x em ;:.vrfc.
l'«r< Ity A«*o»#r stK«l < nlleotor.
We are authorized to announce Mr. .1. C.
JJo^el as a candidate for re-election to the
office of City Assessor and Collector. Elec-
tion April 8th, 1SM4.
We nre authorized to aanounue W. F.
Morton for City Marshal at tlie April
We are authorised to niniounoe P. J.
Slieeban as an Independent candidate for
<'itv Marshal at the April election.
We are authorize d to announce Mr. J.C.
Arnold as a candidate for re-election for
City Marshal at the next April ol -ction.
■'Little Joker" is the best fct/.oking to-
Fur bargains in horses and buggies ctn
sultour advertising columns.
For rare political information take the
I xtki.mgkxcku during 1884.
Remittances are cordially received from
all subscribers to the Intklmgkncku.
•Explicit directions lor eYery use are
given with the Diamond Dyes. For dyeing
Mosses, Grasses, Vggs, Ivory, flair, Ac.
The Intelligbnckii always supports Its
friends—and never goes out of the way to
advance the interest of those who don't show
an appreciation of it.
Mr. Seward A. llaseltine, attorney and
solicitor ot patents, of Springfiild Missouri
sends us the following: Patent, wore issued
to citizens of Texas during the week ending
Feb. 19th, as follows:
Win. V. Arnold. Omen, Tex., "Combine 1
corn-planter and fertilizer-distributer." d.
F. Brooks, Lampasas, Tex., "Wool press."
.1. W. Corlev, Mexia, Tex., "Advertising
device." T. B. Yale, Columbia, Tex., "Pro-
cess of and apparatus for extracting crys-
tallised sugar from bagesse." A. E. Lubke.
assignor of one-half to J. S. Blown, Calves-
ton, Tex., "Locking-pawl for anchor
< iiains "
They who work early and late tlie year
round need, occasionally, the ♦'healthful
Stin»uh>us imparted by a wholesome tonic
like Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters. To all.
its purity and efficiency as a remedy and
preventive of disease commend it. it checks
incipient rheumatism and malarial symp-
toms, relieves constipation, dyspepsia and
biliousness, arrests premature decay of the
physical t nersries, mitigates the infirmities
of age and hastens convalescence. For
sale bv all Druggists i.iul Dealers gene-
WILL HAKE YOU
Angry, Awful, Abominable, Bear-
ish, Bothered, Beclouded, Cross,
Critical, Cranky, Dismal, Doleful,
Despondent, Enfeebled, Envious,
Enslaved, Frightful, Fearful, Fid-
gety, Grumbling, Gloomy, Griev-
ous, Horrid, Hateful, Helpless,
Imperious, Impatient, Inconsid-
guid, JLamentaoie, i^uguc
Mournful, Moody, Miserable,
Notional, Nervous, Neuralgic,
Obstinate, Odious, Offensive, Pe-
culiar, Painful, Peevish, Queer,
Quarrelsome, Rebellious, Raw,
Ragged, Sour, Sullen, Savage,
Troublesome, Touchy, Torment-
ing, Unpleasant, Ugly, Unhappy,
Vacant, Vixenish, Vicious, Weary,
Worn, Worried, Xanthic, 'Xas-
erated, 'Xcruciated, Yawning,
ielding, Yellow, Zealotical, Zig-
THAT PRINCE of all TONICS
Brown's Iron Bitters,
will drive out Dyspepsia,and make
Amiable, Affectionate, Accommo-
dating, Bland, Benevolent, Boun-
tiful, Calm, Capable, Composed,
Delightful, Dignified, Domestic,
Enterprising, Elastic, Effective,
Faithful, Fat, Flourishing, Gener-
ous, Good, Gracious, Hopeful,
Happy, Helpful, Independent, In-
•TiSy (lepuli'ican (Convention.
There will be a delegated "Republican
convention for the city of Dallas, in th • City
Hall on Saturday night, March 22nd, 18*1,
at seven o'clock,"for the purpose of select-
ing an executive committee for the ensuing
year, considering th« propriety fit' piitt<»" a
ticket in the lield for the approaching
municipal election, mid such oth»r 1 u .ness
as may be broiurht bef.Tc the t'or.v ntion.
Each ward will be entitled to li \ delc'ntes
to be Kelecti'd at a Republican mass me •*-
ing in each ward on Friday iis;lit, March
•11st, 1HS4, at ►even o'clock, "at the following
Ward at City Hall:
" " Best's Store;
" " Store cor. Harwood street
and Ross live.;
" " Young's School House;
" " Five 1'oints Grocery:
" " Richardson's Store!
Let every Republican answer thecal!.
Chairman Rep. Ex. Committe".
Fob. 2S, 1884.
TEXAS & PACIFIC RAILWAY.
THE GREAT POPULAR ROUTE.
THE EAST AND THE "WEST.
Large-hearted, Munificent, Mus-
cular, Majestic, Nimble, Noticeable,
Noteworthy, Obliging, Observant,
Overjoyed, Patient, Powerful, Pro-
ressive, Quick, Quiet, Qualified,
ational, Rapturous, Reasonable,
Sweet, Smiling,Sagacious, Thank-
ful, Tender, Temperate, Untiring,
Unblighted, Uncomplaining, Vig-
orous, Victorious, Wise, Watchful,
Wary, 'Xcellent, 'Xperienced,
'Xultant, Youthful, Yeomanlike,
Yourself-again, Zephyr-like, Zeal-
Otis •2estful. 12
Purolerim V. Na ty.
H. It. Locke. Petroleum V. N'a> by, editor
Toledo lilade, writes: -I had on a tonlingM
of my riu'lit hand one one ot those pleasant
pets a "run rcu'ul." The linger became in-
flamed to a degree unbearable and swollen
to nearly twice its size. A friend gave n't'
Hkxky's t ahudi.k- Sa' vk, and in twenty
minutes the pain had so much subsided as
to give mi' a fair night's rest, which I had
not had before for a week. The iullamma-
t on left the linger in a day. 1 consider it a
most valuable article."
TcU t'ao children cnt out and navo tlio oomia
pilhouctto pictures as they ii'iur from i.vuio to
isiuc. They will bo j>lua»t:d with the collection.
A good Map'.ist clergyman ol Kerger.i
X.Y., ft st.ong tei'nperance man, sitlTeroii I
w itii kidney trouble, neuralgia and dizzi- i
iiess almost to blindness, over two years j
utter he was told that Hop Bitters would j
curs him. because he was afraid of ami pre-'
tudiced against "Bitters." Since his cure j
H>' says none need fear but trust in lljp '
SHORT LINE TO NEW ORLEANS.
and all potxtsin
LOUISIANA, NEW MEXICO, ARI-
ZONA & CALIFORNIA.
Favorite line to the North, East A South
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars
St. Louis and Dallas Ft. "Worth,
El Paso and San Franoisco,
Marshall& New Orleans
SOLID TRAINS EL PASO TO
Fast lme, First-Class Equipment, Sure
See that your tickets read via Texas &
Pacitlo railway. For Maps, time tables
tickets, rates, and all required information,
call on or address any of the ticket agent#,
H. 1'. Hxjgiiks, Pass. Ag't. Houston.
B. W. McCL'LLOUO,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent, Marshall, Texas,
H. C. Towns and.
General Pass. Agent, St. Louis.
H. >1. IIoxik,
3rd Vice-Pres. St. Louis, Mo.
OHO & MISSISSIPPI R'Y
The Direct Route anil Mod.I Fast Line
From WEST to
SS JK ST
Double Daily Lines of PALACE
From ST. LOUIS to NEW
WITHOUT CHANGE, IN 37 Hours.
To Other Route Makes Quicker Time.
£®-MORNING LINE from St.
Louis arrives in New York via I5al-
timoro& Ohio R. R.
EVENING LINE from St.
Louis, arrives in New York, via N. Y.
L. E. & W. Erie li. R.
□olpop y'ippnpN! ( From CARIO
UJuutJ OiGDiJulo \ To CINCINNATI!
Daily, via Illinois Central and this
Lino, Connecting 'on SAME TRAIN
with through Sleepers for Washing-
ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia and
3 Dally Trains to Cincinnati
With Parlor and Sleeping Coaches,
from St. Louis, and no Change of
Cars for any* Class of Passengers.
3 Daily Trains to Lonisville
With Through Day Cars and Pal-
ace Sleeping Coaches from St. Louis.
Ask for Tickets via the O. & M. R'Y,
for sale at offices of connecting lines
WEST and SOUTHWEST, or address
J. R. MEKKYFIRLI),
South-West Pass'r Agent,
Dallas ... Tkyas.
SV. W. pkabody, W. B. SlIATTLC,
(ieneral Manager, (iou'l l'ass'r Agt.
(i. I). BACON Uen'l Western Passenger
Ajrenl. St. Louis, Mo.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Los Angels, Cal., vel». 20th, 1SS2.
Messrs, I). J. Kxndall A Co.:—Having
used your Kendall's Spavin Cure, I find it
the best remedy for the horse that has ever
liC'jn used on this coast, I have a line colt
that was kicked last fall on the joint of the
shoulder and for three months had no use of
his leg and by using two bottles of your
Kendall's Spa vin Cnre, he is entirely cured.
I enclose 25 cents, for which please send
me one of your Treatise on the Horse by
mail and oblige.
C. II. Thaykr, P. 0. Box 1007.
A mixture ex<e'lont for removi'g
grease spots and stains from carpi- s
a ill clothing is made of two ounces ot
ammonia, (wo ounces of white oastile
s a;>, one ounce of glycerine, anil one
ounce of ether; cut the soap fine, d s-
- <lve it in one pint of water over the
lire; ixrd two quarts of water. This
should lw mixed with water in the
proportion of a tcaeopfu! to one ordi-
nary-sized pail of wat-'r. Mix tho-
r urg'ily. For removing grease spots
use a sponge or i lean flannel cloth
and with ti dry cloth rub as dry : s
possible. Woolen goods may be mai e
t i look bright and fresh by beii g
s nngad with this.
This space Is owned by
Of conne tt* qimu the fireotu animal
on th» label of every (wume package of lliack*
v-eil'i Bull Durham Smokiuy Tobacco. Evf»jr
doalor kc«:<e this, the Smokin* Tobacco made.
Noue gecuine without tt»du-ir. irk ot the Hull.
M l 1HIIII IM11IM I I I 111M 111111111111M 11
OLD AND RELIABLE
REP 11 BL 11 A IS
P A P K If
is made uu of the most interesting
itnd as in the past, so in the iuiurc, it
will be found » strong; supporter ol
LAW AND ORDER,
PUBLIC JfREE SCHOOLS,
always moving forward and keeping pner
with the prozre-mve s»int oi the tunes.
Sad SiaiiiP itrs SteciMi C"ps
IF YOU WANT
A ueivai't U!r',
To reul a'ator^,
To pell a piano.
To aoll A hor^e,
To buy a bonie,
To bu a hor«e,
To ael! a carna (je,
A boarding p'ao e.
To borrow money
To ae'l d.y gocda
To eell gr<i<
I'o HeII furniture, *
To atrli teal Mtat«,
A job of JlackatDi!bin«,
A job of earptoterlDir,
To «t;ll Millinery gooda.
To w-.U a bouxj ai.d lot.
To adveitlav to advantage,
To fl°d any out-'a addrea*.
To aeii a piee • ol furniture,
Te bnjf a ae*ond hand rtage,
Tu tiud on> tnlug y u hav« loat.
To Sell tucriojU - cut i nple meat*.
To &i>d an o*»'r for l«at property
NORTON'S IXTEJ LIGENC'E
J. C. EEAE3Y
D MACK AY M h
llewdencc Corner Asutin and Tolk
Streets? Opposite Windsor Ilofel.
Geo. D. Barnard & CO
Van Beck Barnard & Tinsfey
Jbliti, AND BLAAK BOOK
MA Ms FA CrUltEUS,
4*21 & 423 North Mam ulreet 8'\
A. 13. W. N. NO RT ON
OFFICE: 2nd FLOOR, NOR TON S S U1L I)[It U
t&*I*rac!ice in All the Courts un<i Be-
fore the Deparliucn.s at TTaili-
Prompt Attention Given to CoUeclitmt net
Other Businew the State Over.
DBA LB It IN
Paints Oils. Picte, Brackets
Moulding, Etc., Etc
A Large Supply of
Ready Mixed Pain
820 KI M STHEET,
810 Main Street.
DELIAS - - TPZA8
be mailed CDrr to airk'pplicaats and to
aera of last r FlCC year without ordering h.
It contain* illuMratiooa, pricea, 'deacriptiona led
dirrctiona for planting all Vegetable and Flowet
H W. Harry &Bros.p
s toy i5 ts
CHINA, GLASS QUEEM) M
House Furnishing Uo<Ms.
LIMPS, ice., &o.
WO. 629 ELM ST.,
vanizeil Iron Oomice Wi»doir
Klasi* iind sl:sel iron vt»r«
To Preserve The llrnllli
Tine the Magneton Appliance Co'a
MAGNETIC LU NG PRGTEGTGR!
I'ltlCE ONLY $5.
Tlie* are priceless to Ladies, Genlletnen
and Clii'dren with weak luntso; bo case
nf pneumonia or croup in ever known
where Ihese garinenta are worn. They al-
bo prevent and cine heart difficulties, rohlfl
rhenuiatiotn, neuralgia, throat troubles,
diphtheria, catarrh, and a 1 kindred dis*
ea>-e*. Will wear >ny*eivjce for tliee
ye^rn. Are worn over the underclothing.
PA'VARPn '8 nee^'ei,f' ,0 fleKoribe
Im J iliiriH. (he NymtoaiR of thi« naif
•eons diceace thai i« xapping the life and
strength of only too uiany ol the fairewl
ano U'Ht of both ce*ei«. Labor, study nnil
renearch in America, £iir<)|>« and K'amern
landn, have refUited in the Magnetic Lung
Protector, ati'ording cure for L'atarr i, h
remedy which containn no druguing ot the
KyHteui, and with the continuous atreaui
ol Magnelifm pernieatiut; through the af->
flicted oriiann, must restore them to a
heaithy action. V\e place our price for
thin Appliance ai lecx than one-twentieth
of the pricf axked lor oilier* for remedies
upon which yon take »11 the ehaiceH, and
we especially invite Ihe patronage of t! e
usaiy | ersons who have tried oruggiug
their stomachs without efl'eci.
filll TO OBTAIN
gist and ask for thelu. 'f they have not
got them, write to ihe proprietors, «nl
closing the price iu letter at our ri*k, am.1
they will be sent to you ai once bv mail
Send staui|> ior the "New Departure in
Medical 1 r«>atnieiit Without Medicine,"
with thousands of testimonial*.
THE MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO..
218Htate Street, Chicago, IU.
Sotf.— Send one dollar in postage
stamps or currency (in letter at our itak)
with size ct *h« e usually worn, and try a
pair ol our Magnetic Insoles, and be con*
vinc»<l ot the power residing in our Mags
netic Appliance*. Positively no cold feel
vhere they art worn, or money refunded
Which ha^ the best circrilaMnn ot any pa>-1 Setd«, Fianti. rtc^ invaluable to all.
per luNorth Texas.
DM. FERRY S C0.°»"™k.
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Norton, A. B. Norton's Union Intelligencer. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 248, Ed. 1 Friday, February 29, 1884, newspaper, February 29, 1884; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth443845/m1/4/: accessed September 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.