Norton's Union Intelligencer. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 192, Ed. 1 Monday, December 22, 1884 Page: 4 of 4
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Nortaa's Union Intelligencer
OK KICK CO It. SYCAMORE Ail) ELM STREETS.
A FIRST-CLASS I'Al'ER,
KXTEKEl) AT TIIE DALLAS l'OST OFFICE
AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
MOM) A V* DECEMBER 22, 1884.
•'Little Joker" is the best wr.oking to-
Merchants continue doing little because
they don't advertise.
Our columns are open for advertisements
seeking the fall trade.
Where in the merchant that is doing a
good business and don't'advertise!
Make up clubs for the INTELLIGENCER
and benefit the country thereby,
.Patronizejonly those who tavor you by
advertising in your paper.
For bargains in horses and buggies con
sultour advertising columns.
WANTED—Purchasers for desirable city
property.—A. B. Norton & Co.
Buyers of land should consult Norton's
Foi hvg'tins in land and lots consult the
J ntelltgbnc ek.
Consult our advertising columns when
you want to buv anything.
A "ood Christmas present to your friends
in the states—the Intelligencer lbr 183o.
Advertise lively for the holiday trade or
you will get left. Try the Intblligenc r.
Persons wanting to act as agents lor the
best selling Books and papers a ill address
A. B. Norton & <>o.
Take the Intelligencer that you may
know Democratic movements this
For the best sewing machines at the
greatest bargains consult the Intelli-
gence office. And don't vou forget it!
For business rooms and o . ces as well as
lor dwellings consult the Intelligencer
office of A.. B. Norton & Co.
Have become the order of the day in Dal.
las. They are looked for now as a matter
of course. Public expectation de-
mands new victims every day. kThe mer-
ciless rapacity of non-resident creditors is
being stimulated by reports of hungry at-
torneys and misrepresentations of shyster-
ing mercantile agents,
Suspicion rules the day. 'Ihe air iR full
of rumors. A man cannot go to the back
of his pre iiises for , a necessary duty
without being shadowed. If
he absents himself trom public gaze through
motives of health or on accouut ot sickness
in his taniilv, lies and slanders are circu-
lated about him. .
We are lead to these remarks by some cir-
cumstances which have occurred recently.
VVm. Ernenwein, an industrious and up-
right workman, with little capital tave Lis
hands and his reputation, was unexpected-
ly called away^froiH Dallas for a day or two
and on his return lie found his little place
of business shingled over with attachments.
So with soino others we could name. .
The latest victim is Kaia Shields, an hon-
est, industrious dealer In paints, glass, etc
against whom attachments were started
in the state courts and the following at-
tachments were run in the United states
Circuit court: Woodward h* Warrick,
New Jerswy, $1,513,1)5; Santiem White
Lead company, St. Louis, $1,033.88; F. W,
Rosenthal »fc Co., St. Louis, $1,018.03; R. S.<
llobbs & Co., Brooklyn, $510: F. W Rosen-
thal & Co., St. Louis, $2,410.95; Calvert &
Co., St.. Louis, $1,710,04.
With fiendish glee lawyers and officers
take pa it in these proceedings to ruin their
fellow men. who have quietly pursued their
calling endeavoring to make an honest liv-
ing. 'ihey have the exultation, lor they
pu'-titiou out among themselves the estate
of the debtor. Tiie fee bills and cost bills
of the lejali -.ed rooners would astound the
peaceable citi'en, rte have known K.
shields f' Oin the day lie first put foot in
Dallas, many years ago, and although he
never stopped <o exchange words on the
streets or loitered aiounu in hours of busi-
ness, yei all men marked him as an iuuus"
trious faithful business man.
DaPas has recently had several men to
be driven out of b usiuss whose integrity is
umiuesiionea and who enjoy to the uille^t
extent the contiidence of the people and
have their symyaihy in their niistortunes,
When God bii'sis a.iu desr'ovs the cops
and men art unable from this cause to meet
their-engagements they should not be crush-
ed by legal or other process often invoked
by perjury and rascality.
trhic MOM", !n Oa» Month.
jfA rlsiiii t\v vthin-' el'o in A menoa. /
Vr»ufvo».\T3u.v : V Ywl»
Remedy Free.—A victim of youthful imprudence
causing Premature Decay, Nervous Debility, Lost
Manhood. Ac.,having tried in vain every known
remedy.has discovered a simple means of self-cure,
which ho will send FREE to his fellow-sufferers.
Address, J.H.REEVES, 43 Chatham St.,New York.
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ho. 17* South Class br., Chicago (Ktr
Ubl'.BnoH ISO, is mill treating »H Pri-
vate, Nervoud, Ciftouic ar>d Spcctal <Me-
in« «j>*city^ remain disenuoB. tte. C'on-
utilutioa personally, or by letter free.
I)-. K"»n 18 tiie onlr phTBicinn iu ttio
— cite that n**rrnntii cum or no pay. 638
n»K. illuitreltU book, otcr 3,IX>0 proscription,, »l by mall.
For Its Weekly
"Anakesis" gives instant
relief, and is an infallible
icure for Piles. Price, $1,
,at druggists, or sent pre-
paid, by mail. Sample
free. Ad "Anakesis Makers. Box 2410.
VnnJlIit.I^'non.Oransce, etc.,flavor Onk**,
Crenn»,Puaciiuea,<tc.,a» delicately nnd nnt-
iii-ally u. the fruit from which they TJ»emn«e.
FOK STRENGTH AND TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR THEY STAND ALONE.
PRfPARID BY TMI
' Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chicfifio, III. Louis, Mo%
MAN 9*8 OF
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Price's Lnpulin Yeast Gems,
Ile.t Dry Hoi» Yeail.
WK MAKE 1SUT ONE QUALITI
) uiousr n«.!>o in.10".I, • oPtroniri«myfalth
1 c*n.| T »VO HOTTLE8 FREE,
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-prevjmulP (). itddr bb.
vua, ldl PearlSt.» >'ew York.
in its often
to uoy bu,
Wanted agents tor sale ot subscription
books enquire or address. A. !>. Norton
N TKLLIGENCKK Office.
We advertise tor our friends whatever of
real or personal property is lor su.o. iry
AVhen you want to buy anything for the
holidays patronize those who advertise in
An excellent pairol well-broken and lairly
matched horses can be bought of the editor
of the 1 N'i'ELLIOKNL'Eli at a bargain.
If you want bargains in horses, buggies,
sewing machines, wagons* books or any-
thing else yo'i must have, try A. B. Norton
& Co.'s Ueueral Agency,
Wanted Boy.--A good intelligent boy
willing to work and quick to learn can
have a chance to ' become
plication to the Intklligknckk office.
Pine lands are rapidly appreciating in
value and you have a chance to buy some
of tiie best by calling upon the editor of the
Altred Freeman continues taking unsur
passed? photographs. As an artist he has
never had a superior in this country.
The Dallas calaboose is receiving the no.
tiee of people in that neighborhood for its
li'thy condition. A citizen in the llerald
gives :t "Hark from the tomb," as it de-
Campaign subscribers to the Intelli-
gencer are respectfully invited to renew
for the coining year. Stirring events are
ahead, and vou should be fully informed of
all things couiiug up.
K. C, Bu.knc'-, financial agent of the
liuckne.- Oipban s Home will be lumpy to
receive coaiill)u ioas iiom the charitably
inclined for this benevolent institution,
which is in all respects worthy ot the sup-
port of a charitable people.
Bit teres liny," •» l,adie>i.
The attention ot our lady readers is called
to the advertisement in another column ot
the old established and well known corset
house of Lewis tfcliie'e & Co., 390 lJroad-
wav, New York, who are in want of an in-
telligent, energetic lady of good address to
represent their house in this county.
Messers. Schiele & Co. are one of the
hi gest corset manufacturing firms in the
United States, and the situation ottered by
them will, no doubt, prove an excellent on
or the successful applicant.
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etor and the manager < f ' he G rand W ltul-
Kor Hotel, wblcb, like all such quarrels
and misunders-andluga, is fun for tiie law-
yers and officers. C. W. Howard as a
andlo.d, h;w given a grand reputation to j
W .K. Hughes' tenamant. it liiav b<- that he ■
has fallen behind$1,600 in payiug his .cut
inouev, but it is not at all unlikely that the
unusual t'al ingoffot travel and immigra-
tion luonrtT recently has prevente<l his pay-
ing theenormons rent price. It remains to
lie seen whether the sheriff, by his running
the hottl can maintain the No. 1 reputation
that Howard has given it throughout the
Union, and it still remains to be seen
whether Hughe* by killing Howard has
not furnished another goose with golden
egg laying proclivity—illustration. ^
The National Surgical Institute.
Will open a Branch at 100 St. Charles St.,
New Orleans, Dec. 1st, 1SS4, where they
will be prepared to treat Surgical cases.
Club Feet, Paralysis, and all deformities of
the face, spine, limbs, and diseases o! the
joints, eye and ear; also catarrh, piles,
tistula, female diseases, private diseases
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Norton, A. B. Norton's Union Intelligencer. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 192, Ed. 1 Monday, December 22, 1884, newspaper, December 22, 1884; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth443894/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.