Norton's Union Intelligencer. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 5, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 25, 1880 Page: 4 of 4
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Office: 748 Itoss Avenue,
Dallas City Texas.
Local and Light.
Gen. K. B. Kiaaiim, the genial agent of
Shoveling Daley & Gales, manufacturers
ol lire aiiun, in in the city.
The Holiness camp meeting still holils
out. Their tent Sunday night was crowd-
ed with—thu curious.
We had a pleasant call from our fel-
low townsman E. G. Rust, accompanied
by his broter A. D. Rust, of Fort Wort h
The Texas Trunk K. K. is still expect-
ing its iron every day. Jt is only about
three months since they lirst expected it.
Show the InteIjLIGKNcisr to your neigh-
bors. Circulate the documents. This pa-
per should be read by all republicans this
Single copies for the campaign 50Aents.
To clubs of five 45 cents i-ach. CIkIis of
ten or more at 40 cents each, l^et u/. hear
from )ou at once. \
Mrs. Frank Byrne and daughter, and
Miss Barbara Manwaring, returned last
Saturday from a lengthy visit to their
old home in Indiana and Ohio.
—Major Penn has scared live hundred
conversions at his camp-meeting at Mull-
et, in Bell county. There have been from
5,0(M) to 7,U0U present ail the time, and :<
—Gorden, forty-three miles west ol
VVeatherford, the present terminus ot the
Texas A Pacific railroad, has been made
the headquarters of the Foi l Yuuia and
El Paso stage company.
Brenham is one of the prosperous little
towns in the State. Up to the close ol
we;k she had received one hundred and
nineteen bales of new cotton.
—Mr. Samuel Gholston found the tooth
of a mastodom in Coleman county
a few days ago, It was in a perfect state
of preservation, having been petrilied.
Will "Old Prob" never change the po-
sition of his sprinkler? Ever si ice Tliur-
niond's defeat the heavens have been
THE MAI.Vi: ELKITIOX.
Such, for two issues, was the heading of
lengthy editorials in the Herald. It starts
in, on the loth inst., with the election of
the whole State ticket, both houses of the
Legislature, four members of Congress,
three United States Senators, and five
Presidents. It carries the election in
Main before the votes are counted ; in In-
diana and Ohio, almost a month before
the election, and in ISew York, New Jer-
sey, Connecticut. Pennsylvania and Illi-
nois two months before ; and, if you will
believe the Democratic organs, Hancock
was inauguiated, and he and Tilden, Dick
Hubbard and Ben. Butler have been gov-
erning the country for a year and a half.
But such is Democracy. Before the polls
are closed, you hear the cry, and see all
THE LEGISLATURE BETWEEN 35
AND -iO REPUBLICAN MAJORITY.
The Largest Stock
Which Insures the ltd urn ol a
The North bound train on the II & T.
C. R. R., due Satuday night, was twenty
hours late. The same train due this
morning is several hours late—but is ex-
pected sometime to-day.
"General" Railson Grand Ki, Ki of the
Holiness army is in St. Louis, to assist a
corpsof iiiiHitiae in a raid oil the deiia.of
that city. In an interview with a Giobe-
Deuiocrat reporter, be tays nothing about
having visited Texas and seems to have
forgotten there ever was such a place as
—The Gulf, Colorado tV Santa Fe rail-
road now has iron enough at Galveston to
finish the road from its present terniiiuis
"More lood and less medicine, more ol
nourishment and strength, less of the de-
bilitating intliience of drugs, is what our
leeble and exhausted constitutions re*
quire," said Barou l.eil>ig, when he per-
lee ted the composition ol the "Malt Bit-
About thirty young boys gathered un-
der the treas near the Holiness camp last
Sunday nig'.t, intending tu have a little
cauip meeting ol their own. Marshal
Morton put iu an appearance soon after
they had struck up "the sweet bye and
bye," and they all concluded they weie
'comming home to-night."
^ The Chicago Timet says: Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure is highly endorsed
by ministers, judges, physicians, surgeons,
by men ol literary and scholarly distinc-
tion, and by individuals in all the. walks
The Dallas A Clehurn has turned dirt
-"-alien*! we liearpso—our man went out to
investigate and lo'.itul the rtpon was cor-
nel. After a good many inquiries and
several miles of travel he arrived at the
place-where some man had burried a
bone and had his Jog scratch it up. As
it hap|iene<l to be on one of the U7 surveys
of that road the iiianigers deserve great
credit for their enteprite.
[SPECIALS TO THE INTEH.KIENCER.]
Washington, D. C., \
Sept. 14, 1880-10 p.
The following telegram lias just
the party organs, with headlines an inch , been received at the headquarters
across the face announcing to the world
"Ureal Democratic Gains," "Republicans
Disconsolate." "Democratic Victory," &c.
That is, the day of the election they feel
so good that, like tha editor of the Herald,
they sit dewn and write half a dozen edi-
torials for the next day, in the same
train, with the exception that instead of
electing live Presidents, they are content
with two--Thomas Jellerson and W. S.
Hancock. They conclude to let the Green-
backers have one Senator (Chase), "bein's
a new party." They even get poeticals
and write political dogerel on Jimmy
Blaine and Maine, and Plaisted and wast -
ed, and no telling how many other kinds
of "teds." Such is always the effect ol
the lirst day's (supposed) returns. The
nex I day you look at the press report
headlines, and it reads "Result Unchang-
ed," 'The Fusionists Concede to the Re-
publicans a Majority in the Senate," Ac.
That is the headlines. Now read the dis-
patches, and you will find "the Demo-
crat!'.' gains" amount to this: Kenebec
county returns, with two small towns to
hear from, which gave a Republican mas
jority ol 15 last year, show a Republican
majority of 1,070. Twelve out of thir-
teen Representatives in Kenebec county
are Republicans, a gain to the Republi-
cans from last year (great Democratic
gains). But look at the editorial in the
same issue, and you will find that "Hon.
Hannibal Hamlin, the Republican Sen-
ator, will have to retire to the quietude
of private life, anil Solon Chase, the
Urecnbacker, will succeed him."—al-
though the press dispatches say on joint
ballot the House of Representatives and
Senate will stand thirty Republican ma-
The third day comes a fro3t—a killing
On the 18th, our eyes are greeted with
"What's the News?" "Maine's Vote
Muchly Mixed," &c. And as soon as they
find they are defeated, there appears a
lengthy article from the Democratic head-
quarters, wild the usual cry of defeated
Democrats, fraud. O, how natuial it it.
for that cry to arise in the Democratic
throat. But where is the editorial that
explains the Democratic gains, and the
great reforms th y intend to make ' There
is a shadow cast over the spirit ol their
ilream, and as the clouds clear away, the
"great Democratic gains" dwindle down
ami evaporate until, like Paddy's Ilea,
when you you have got him be isn't there.
There is an old saying, that Democratic
writers find it impossible to remember,
'He laughs best who laughs last."
There is another thing such papers as
the Herald should remember • They not
only mislead their own readers—they can
correct that—but the country newspapers
gel hold of it, ami throw up lo the mast-
head the ancient fowl that used to crow
for Jefferson, And it ends with a year or
two bufore they find out that they never
carried the State all.
of the Republican Congressional
4tLegislature about two-third* Republi-
can in both branclicfl. iiie Republican
Congressmen and Governor vote so close
that the otlicial returns alone will decide
it. J. U, llLAINE."
This secures a Republican Uni-
ted States Senator.
The vote is close, and against
the united Democratic and Green-
Maine will certainly go for Gar-
field and Arthur in November.
Republicans here are much en-
Next comes Indiana and Ohio,
New York and Connecticut, and
New Jersey, regarded as certain
for our ticket. A. B. N.
Portland, Me., Sept. 17.—One hundred
and seventy towns give Davis a plurality
of 8/8, against a Fusion plurality last
year of 128. Returns from 34 towns not
received gave a F'usion majoritp of 572
last year. If they come in the same as
last year Davis will have left 303 of a
plurality. Adding the scattering vjte to
that received, he will have 41 (>, so that
Davis will nut get a maiority without
further gain of 14.
The result of 373 towns give Davis 07,-
938, Plaislcd, 6(1,493; scattering 423, Re-
publican majority, 1,122. The same
towns last year gave Davis 04.314; Smith,
44,209: Gareelon, 19,183; scattering, 200.
Republican majority, 002.
Three hundred and twenty-four towns
give Davis 03,440, Plaisted 01,067, scatter-
ing, 310. The sama towns last year gave
Davis 00,085, Smith 39,753, Gareelon. 18,-
302, scattering 254. The majority of Da-
vis is 2,537, against 1,710 last year, a Re-
publican gain of 721.
l'he congressional delegation stand as
follows: Reed, Republican, re elected in
the first district by 109 plurality; Freye,
Repubciean, re-elected in the second dis-
trict by 1,800 plurality; Lindsey, Repub-
ican re-elected by 457 majority ; Ladd,
Fusionist, re-elected in tiie fourth district
by a reduced majority; Murcli, Fusionist,
ic-elected in the fifth district by a large
Portland, Sept. 1.1, II p m.—Four hun-
dred and live towns give Davis 09,912.
Plaister, 09,571; scattering, 323. Davis'
plurality, 1,311, The same towns last year
gave Davis, 00,103; Smith, 4),019; Garee-
lon, 19,800, scattering, 202.
The Senate at last accounts stands: Re-
publicans 22; Fusionsts, 9 House: Re-
publicans, 82 Fusionists, 07.
Complete returns from the Fisrt District
insure Reed's election by Jiboilt 100 ma-
The constitutional amendments proba-
Lc-wislon, Me., Sept. 15.—The Evening
Journal has returns from Oxfoad county
tions which last year gave a fusion major-
ity, showing that the Republicans have
carried the county by 72 majority.
Has just bought out the extensive stock
of Furniture formerly owned by
Jansen BroV, and has re-
moved to the new
No. 724 Elm Street.
6:30 p m
8:50 a m
He is prepared to sell all goods in
his line at lower prices than ever liefore
offered in this market. Having the largest
stock and greatest variety, persons can
make selections suited to their tastes.
He asks all to call and examine his
goods :u^ prices before purchasing else-
SWWinntry orders will receive prompt
Scut "il d&w 1 vr.
PENN'S ROOFING CO.
107 South 2d Street.
2 and 3 Fly Felts,
28 rtiul 32 Inch Sheathiiigs
Lining for under Carpets, Sheath-
ing tor Ice Houses, Tin Root*
ing Paint, Rosin Sized
and Leather Sheath-
ing, <&c., &c.
JaJF Semi for Samples and Circulars.
Penn Roofing Co.,
107 South 2d Street,
Texas and Pacific
RAIL WA Y.
and its connections form the most direct
and quickest line front all points in
St. Louis, Chicago, Cairo,
Toledo, Memphis Nar.nville,
—»n«l al g-.oltita—
North, East k Soutli-East.
Trains leat% Dallas Station, as follows:
10: '2b p ir, No. 1, Mail and Express,
No. '2, Mail and Kxpresn,
• 1:35 p n», No. 3, Accommodation,
No. 4 Accommodation,
At lex ark an a, with all trains on Bt. Loul; *
Iron Mountain ami Ho. Kwy. for all points Nil h
ttaet and Boutli-Kast.
At Longview Junction, and Minneola, with all
trains on International It. It. for Tyler, Palestine,
iiouMton. Austin, Ualvouton and Ban Antonio.
At Dallas, with trains of the Houston & Texas
Central ltwy. for Corsicana, Mexla, lirumond, Wa-
q>, Calvert, Bryan, Hempstead, Brenham and all
poiNts In Middle and Southern Texas.
At Bhwrman, with II. & T. C. ltwy. forall points
on the line of that road.
At Fort Worth, with Staphs for all points In
At 8brevepoi\ with lto^ River Sto&mers foi
I'nlliuaivia. Palace Sleeping Cars
Fort Worth, Dallas and Sherman,
Any Information in re«ard to rales of Freight
and Paaeagc, Time and Connections, will be ek*« t
fullj given on application to
Oko. Noule, Cton'l Supt., Marshall. Ttxaa
W. II. Newman. Uon'l Frt. Agt. " M
W. It .Thompson. Jr..Gen.l\&T.A. ••
Kidney § Liver
$1 25 PER BOTLLE!
A Positive Remedy for
ILL Kidney, Liver
and Urinary Troubles
of both Male and Fe-
READ THE RECORD:
"Jt waved my life."—Ii,11. Lakeltj, Salem,
"It is the remedy that will cure the many
diseases peculiar to women."-—Mother's
Say a zinc,
"it has pr.-sed severe tests and w jn en-
dorsements from Borne of the highest medi-
cal talent in the country."—Ar. Y. World.
"No Remedy heretofore discovered can
he held fir one moment in comparison
with it."—O. A. Harvey, 1). l).y Washiny-
lon, 1). V.
This Great Natural Eemcdy is for Sale by
Druggists in all Parts of the World.
Try It and Take No Other.
H H WARNER & CO,
Memphis & Charleston
Great Southern Mail Route
Passing through the "naturally beautiful and
most favored rrgion of our country, Decidedly
the shortest line to the East and Boutheast.
After Juno 1st round tjip tickets at reduced
rates will ho on sale to the celebrated sprlugs
and watering places of East Tennessee and
Elevant Hay Coaches from Little Hock
to Chattanooga without change. Magni-
ficent Pal a co Bleeding cars, owned by the com-
pany, on ah nignt trains, bleeping car tare re-
duccd, Baggage through to destination.
ranncngcrs for Washington Ball!'nor-.*, Phila
delphia, New Yoik, as Well as for Chattanooga
Atlanta, Charlotte, Augusta, as and all Bouther.
el; <s chould purchase tickets by this line.
Maps' Time Tables, and Itates of Tickets fu-o
jfhrd on application to
P. II. UODGEU8,
(Jen, Western Agent, Dallas Texas.
St' Louis, Iron Mountain
and Southern Rail-
The completion of the Tian?.continental divis-
ion of th«i Texas & l'acitic Hallway between Sher-
man and Texarkcnn, connecting at the latter point
St. Louis, Iron Mountain and
Makes this the short, quick and most desirnble route
Hetween North Texas di St. Limit
Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland
Buil'alo, New York, Boston, Baltimore
Washington, Philadelphia, and all
other principal Eastern and
Try this New Route
l'ia Texas<15 Pacific and the
St. Louis, IronuMonntain &
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Missouri, Kansas & Texas Bailwaj
W lial Belter Kvideiicc
Could the people ask to substantiate the complete, save one town and two
merits ol l»r. Pierce's Family Medicines
than the fact that they have not only
yearly grown in popular favor in this
country, hut the foreign demand for them
has become so great as to necessitate the
establishing a branch of the celebrated
World's dis|iemary in London, England,
I that these blessings to the attticted may be
| dispatched from that greatest commercial
centre of the world lo every country aiut
(rttople? 0olden Medical Discovery is a
concentrated, potent, alterative, or blood
cleansing remedy, that wins golden opin-
ions of all who use it for all humors from
the common pimple, blotch, or eruption, to
Pure blood gives us health, long lit';
and a "green old age," but how few pay
any attention to the state of their blood"?
l\nton\< PueyiUiit PdU make new rich
blood, and taken one a night for three
months will change the blood in the entire
A horse hitched to an express wagon
liecaine frightened on Klin street,; and
oro sing ofr to main broke the (shafts
from the wagon while trying to tuhn in
front ol Kiseulohr's drug store—when be-
c.iiiiing rather aristocratic he to.,k to thi-
sidewalk meandering in front of the iimt
ollice and Orr's livery stable he made it
rather lively for the proiuonaders un that
aide of the street, ill fact ab iut tli j best
time made this season was accomplished
bv the Herald reporter as he disappeared
own Schmidt's cella
the formidable scrofulous swelling. In-
ternal fever, soreness and ulceration, yield
lo its benign intliience. Consumption,
which is but a form of scrofulous affection
of the lungs, may, in its early sti'ges lie
cured by a free use of sliis God given rem-
edy. (Sec article on consumption and its
remedies in "Invalid's Guide Book"—10
cents, post-paid, Adoress World's Dis
pensary Medical Association, Hullal o, N.Y
\Voi«;estkh, Mass., Feb. 3d, 18711.
Dr. R. V. Pieiick :
Jletu Sir—With trembling band, from
my extreme age, being eighty-live, I write
to inform you of the great benefit your
(iolden Medical Discovery ami Pellets
have been to me. Three years ago 1 was
prostrated with pneumonia, and no one
thought I would recover. l!y the use ol
those medicines 1 was raised to health,
and by the blessing of (iod and your med-
icines I have enjoyed pretty good health
since, though for years liefore this I suf-
fered from weak lungs and a bad cough.
Gratefully yours, MARY B, FISK.
A Down Town Merchant.
RlnoiiiiiiKton, III,, Sep.
KA young ladv named Mis Klla Price
daughter of Dr Price, of Graham, commit-
ted suicide on the 30th by taking arsenic.
Cause—disappointment in love. She was
res|ieetoi and well tluught of bv a large
circle of acquaintances.
AroiiKluK Mm K<-ntl<-r«.
An alarm of lire at midnight is a start-
ling tliii g, but not half so startling to
many who hear it as would lie the sudden
knowledge of their own dangerous phvsio
al condition. Thousands of thousands an>
bunying to their graves because they .ire
carelessly iniliflerent to the insidious in-
roads ol disease and the means ol cure, it
is the mission of II. II. Warner .V (•,
with lli«ir Safe Kidney and Liver Cure'
to amuse men to a sense of their danger
and then cure them. .Vrm/J.,, Aypnii. '
III ISTi, when Oeneral liu'ler wa- mak-
ing «|K*eclies in Indiana, Thomas \
Hendricks notified the housewives of that
Male to lock op their spoulis. \|r
Hindi let.* think riich pi™ an lion ikh - i-
Having paaml several sleepless night*, die-
turied hy the agonies and tries of a Muttering
child, and Urwimng convinced that Mrn. \Vin«-
luw's 8<Mithitig Syrup wa« just the article iiti-ded
nr«M*nrc<l a supply for the child. On reaching
lionn-and acquainting hi* wife with what he had
done, sl»«- refused to have it a«lmlnistertil to the
child, a* oIh- was HtnM<i;ly In favor «»f lluintriuiihy
That night tbe child paired in siiferinjr, and th«-
pan-ntfl without sh*ep lUtuniing hon.c the day
lollowing, the father found the bahyatill worse;
and while r_ uti niplatimr anotlier slec-pleiM n>%rlit
the mother stepped from the roon; to attend to
sook* domestic dutiffl, and left the father with
tlK-thild. l>uringh<-r abfleuee he administered
a |M»rtion of tl»e Soothiis Syrup to the hakjr, and
Mud nothimr. That night all hands *icpt well,
and th«- little fellow awoke in the mornin»r bright
and happy. The mother was delighted with the
sudden and wonderful change, and although an
fir-t ofTeudfl^l at the deception practiced "j»o t
her, t.a« «ontinwd to ihm- the Syrup, and flutfsr-
ing cryinX l-abie* and reatleas nichtfl have di*«p-
p«ared. A aiagle trial of the Hyrup w-vw jet
taiie<|to rHieve the bah), and overcome the pp-
j xlkis of the mother. Sold by all Druggist*. 2i
cents, a bottle.
IT Is the SIlOllTKd'r unit QUICKEST Line to
all important Eastern Cities.
IT is the only Line that runs Five Daily Lines of
l'ullman i'alaco ears from Ht. Louis Kast.
ITS Track and Equipment are the Best in the
ITS Tiains are run with a view to the greatest
accommodation of thu public.
ITS Trains are run with regularity, and Passen-
gers can therefore be assured «»f making cou-
neelioiis with other roads.
ITS Employes are taugi.t to treat Patrons with
the greatest respect, and to give them every
All the Improvements
And appliances known to modern skill and inven-
tion, which tend to injure Rapid Transit, corn-
fined with absolute t him fort and perfect Safety
hoi* Passengers, are iu u*e on the Vandalia Line
and its conuoctions, au«-J
Inventor* employing attorneys familiar with
practice in the Patent Ollice, rarely Tail of secur-
ing patents. Experience ensures success in pro-
secutlng contested entries and Mineral Land
claim* before the General Land Ollice. Long
practice gives success iu securing pensions.
Phlshuky X (itti.kn, Attorneys, 6U9 Seventh
street, Washington, 1>. C., have had long experi-
ence In all branches of practice I efore the Depart-
Parties having business should address them
enclosing stamp) for information.
Sail Antonio, So|itrnil)cr 7.—
About 1-iO Knglisli ar-
rivctl in this city on a special train.
Rev. O. Fisher, a minister of t tie Met ho Jlipy art all persons of means ami
disi clutch, died at Austin on 28th nit. - . . ,■
He had Is-en in the ...inislery I ,l'!t'1"! . 11
years ami |nf u liotl in Tela* foriy Tear*, j tliis vicinity. Iliisi" llie largos
— • • ti<«ly of imm:Krants that has ar-
News was received to-day of the
death in Denver, Col., of Samuel
M. Fuss, formerly u prominent
merchant ol'Chenoa, III., ami late-
ly business man of Denver, lie
war a brother of Henry Foss, one
of the Colorado Honanza kings; al-
so of Mrs. Suwell, wife ot the Pres-
ident of the Boulder, Col., Uui-
tiersi'.y, formerly of the State Nor-
Natchez, Miss., Sept. 14.—Mrs.
John C. Inge, wife of the Health
Officer of Natchez, died to-day, al
the age of fifty-four. Siie was the
(laughter of the late Isaac Dunbar,
nd was well known and beloved
ty many people in the three States
1 Mississippi Louisiana and Tex-
Cincinnati, Sept. 14.—A Com-
mercial special from Circleville. O.
says: Mrs. VVeider, of Lock bourne
left Circlevile for home on a train
to-day, but vot oil' at the wrong
station. She attempted to get on
the tr:*in while it was moving, but
fell, and a car wheel severed her
head from iier body,
Dubuque, la., Sept. 14,—John
Kale, residing near Comanche,;
dropped dead to-day while plow-
inn. Apoplexy was the cause.
Campaign, 111., September 14*—
A very severe frost fell in this '
part of the state last night, the
first of the season, and it damaged ing cigars under Private Brands,
crops though not seriously. An (ioo<i„ (j,„rant«e.l.
JEKH. W< mn. Jit. J. c. K A KB V
1010 Main St., - - Dalian, Texah
(r. O. BOX
K«H*pn con<t»ntly ulitil t'l; Iw?!*' » !*c
Havana! Domestic Cigars
To be found in I»allas. The most ]M>pular brands j
SMOKING * CHEWING
Always in stoik, an.l rates at th-! Ijwest pouiblr
8|>eei:il attention paid to nianufaetur-
People of Texas !
There arc 13 railroads running into the Orea
Union ltallroad Depot at St. Louis. Out of these
13 there is one line which comes Irom Texas, and
it in known as the Missouri, Kansas and Tcxsis
Hallway. No other Railway from Texas runs into
the Great Union Depot. If you are reading these
few remarks and anticipate a trip io Ht. Louis or
Kant of Ht- Louis, make a little note about the M.
K. & T. being the only line from Texas which can
land you right direct in the Union Depot. It will
save you a disagreeable omnibus transfer through
Ht. Louis, as ail trains going East start Irom tb
Union Depot, which the M. K. & T. train ente
dally from Texas. The M. K. it T. bus no Oir.n
busTransfer iu Ht. Louis.
J as. D llHOWN,
Oen Pass i\g't, Ht. Louis Mo*
T. W. Teasiaie.
Aps'l Gen'i l'a Ag't SuJaliu, Mo,
II. P. II L<JIIKS,
Houthern Pass, Agent, Graud-Windsor Hotel
BEST IN THE WORLD !
FOE MAN 0B BEAST.
Wlton a morticino ltns infallibly done
its work in millions ot eases for more
than a third of a century; when it has
reached every pin t of the world; when
numberless families everywhere, con-
sider it the only sai'o reliance in case of
puin or accident, \ is pretty safe lo call
such a medicine
THE BEST OF ITS KIND.
This is the case with the Mexican
Mustang 1* I n I m cut.. Every mail
brings intelligence of a valuable horse
saved, the agony of nil nwfui sculd or
burn subdued, the horrors of rheu-
matism overcome, mid of a thousand*
ami one other blessings and mercies
Iierfortnod by the old reliable Mcx-
cun niustans lahiimeiit.
All forms of outward disease arc
speedily cured by the
It i.ienetrates musc/TT nu> JHne and
tissue, to the very boil... bni.^.\4i»K
and curing disease Willi n. do.w<,i*
never fails. It is a medicine -teeded by
everybody, from the runchero, who rides
over the solitary plains, to the merchant
prince, und iho woodcutter who splits
his lo »t w;tli the axe.
It cures Kheunuitisn» when all other
speedily euros sucl. ailments of the
111 .MAN FLUSH as
ICIi cuinntlriia. Swellings, StllT
Joints, < outract.-d Mtfclcg, Hums
nail N.-alds, Cuts, llrulses and
Sprains, PoIhoiiouh llltes and
•Stiugs. Ktiffiiess, Old
Sores, I'leers, l-Vostbltes, t'hllblains,
So'-e IVipplfs, Calced ll»cast, and
Indeed every form of ej )rnal dis-
It is the greatest remedy for the dis-
orders a.id accidents to which the
llituiK I.'ukatiom arc subject that lias
ever been known, it cures
Sprains, Swliiny, Stiff Joints,
Founder, Harness Sores, HCf IMs-
e.ises, Foot Hot, Scr< iv Worm, Scab,
Hollow Horn, Scratches, iVind-
galls. Spavin, Farcy, Itlngbone,
Old Sores, S*oll Evil, Film upon
the Sight and every other aliment
to xvhlch tiie occupants of the
Stable and Stock Yard are liable.
A Iwent vilvo cent bottle of Mexican
Mustang liniment has often saved a
\aluuble horse, a life oi?. crutches, or
years of torture.
It heals without a Sear. It goes to
the very root of the matter, penetrating
even the bone.
It euros everybody, and disappoints
no one. It has been iu steady use for
more than twcnty.flvo years, and is
70S MAN OB BEAST.
For Sale at
WORD & KEARBY,
ATT( IUNKVS-AT-LA \V.
A |Kijiular I'aslor—Tonv.
ribete (or et veral vtnts
Impir* Bl-Carb Soda I. ot n
•llghtljr dirty white color. It may
appear whit., examined by itself,
b«t a COMPARISON WITH
CHURCH A CO.'S "ARM A X I>
IIAHMKR" BRAND will .how tbc
See that roar Baking Koda is
white and Pl'RE, a. thoitld be A I.I.
SIMILAR SUBSTANCES ami for
Housekeeper, who prefer bread mid. with
tewt, wilt lmproro Its quality. uiIa it rise
better and prerenttt from soaring, by &4fc1iH£
onc huf tewpoonfat of Church * Co 'a R<»ia or
lalwMus. BesnrouKnottuetoomurh. Tho
SM<Jthis with w>ur milk, in prefunnro to
Baking Powder. uv(4 twenty times its coat.
Pee one pound pv ka^o for rtlucLlo iuiormv
lion aad read careful 1 y.
IH0W THIS TO YOUR GROCER.
4 ii 1 'cars before the Pitbl ic.
DR. C. McLANE'S
arc not rccoratnendod as a remedy "far
all the ills that flesh is lieir to," lmt in
afli-i'lioiis of the Liver, and in all HMiuiis
rouiplainis, I)ys|>e|isia, and Kli k Head-
aclif. or diseases of that character, they
■tand without a rival.
ACUE AND FEVER.
Xo better cathartic can bo used pre-
paratory to, or after taking quinine. As
a simple purgative they are uncqualed.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each !»>x lias a ml wax seal on tbe lid,
wilh tiie impression, McLANK'S LIVER
PILL. Each wrap|ier bears the signa-
tures of McI.axr and Fleming Bkos.
piTlnsi>t 111miii having the genuine
l»n e. McLANKS L1VKR I'lLLa, pre-
FLEMIRO RROS.. Piltsbnrpli, P*.,
the market being full of imitations at
llie name WrImhi , s|ielled ililkrciitiy,
' ul miik pronunciation.
Sl« J1A1.\ NTHKET,
DALLAS - -TEXAS.
NUUAK COATEI), VEtiKTAIIIJ!,
Purge off all Impure matter,
and keep the systoni healthy.
Wei De Meyer's Treatise on Ca-
tarrh, explain! the following important
1. That Catarrhal Colds become a
poisonous infeotion, at firit local, and
2. That, beini Conatitutional, the Infeo-
tion ia beyond the reaoh of mere local
3. That Imparities in the nostrils, are
neoessarily swallowed into the stomach
and inhaled into tbe lungs, thus poi-
soning the Digestive, Respiratory and
tienito-urinary organs. •
4. That Catarrhal virus follows th*
mucous membrane and cauaes Deafness,
Dyspepsia, Cbronio Diarrhoea, Bronchitis,
Leucorrhoea. and Consumption.
5. That Smohes, Douehea, Inhalations,
and Insoluble Snuffs, cannot possibly
remove infettious inflammation from the or-
C. That an antidote for Catarrh must
poaaess an inoculative affinity for, and the
quality of being absorbed by, the purulent
mucous wherever located.
Baaed upon these plain theories,
Dr. Wei De Meyer's Catarrh Cure
has proved to be infsllible. It not only re-
lieves, it euros Catarrh at aiy stage-
Cured I Cured I Cured I Cured I
W. D. WooM, 487 Broadway, N. Y., Cured of
P. J. HasLITt, 8S9 B'dway, N.T., 4 y'ra Catarrh.
G. L. Bbush, 443 B'dway, N.Y., 10 y'ra Catarrh.
S. Benedict, Jr., Jeweler, 69T Broadway, N.Y.,
(lady friend), cured of Chronic Hay Fever.
Mbs. Emma C. Howib, 89 W. Washington
Square, N. Y., cured of 30 years Chronic
Riv. Geo. A. Rua, 169 Jay St., Brooklyn. " It
restored me to my ministerial labors."
Rsv. Ciias. J. Jones, New Brighton, 8. I,
" Worth ten times the cost."
Riv. Alex. Frees, Cairo, N.Y. "It haa worked
wonders is six cases in my parieh."
l. F. Newman, 805 Fulton St., Brooklyn, cured
of 4 years Chronic Catarrh.
Mbs. J. Swinxz. Jr., 200 Warren St., Jersey
City, cured of 18 years Cbronie Catarrh. ,
Ac. &c. &c. Ac. >. Ac. JN|
A real cure for this terrible malady, is
the most important discovery fer the relief of
human suffering, since vaccination. Wei
De Meyer's Catarrh Cure is sold by all
Druggists, or delivered by D. b. Dewkt
t Co., 46 Dey St.. N.Y. for S1.50 a package.
To Clubs, six paokages for SlJiO. Dr.
Wei De Meyer's Treatise, with full
explanations and overwhelming proofs, is
Post-paid aid lent free to anybody, a
j»,-- <. _-——.—— ^ A
Millions of Mother* express their
delight over Castoria. It 1a nature'*
remedy for aaaimilating the food.
Unlike Castor Oil, it ia pleasant to
take, and unlike Morphine Syrups, It ii
harmless. Castoria regulates the Bow-
els, destroys Worms, Cures
Sour Curd Wind Colic,
and allays Feverishness. What gives
health to the Child, promotes rest for
the Mother. Children Cry tot
Pitoher's Castoria. It ia the most re-
liable, effective and popular artiols
dispensed by Druggists.
Slaes Healing remedies have been used by
has there been known such absolute Fain-
relieving agents as th»
They soothe, heal, and oure. They
HEAL— Cuta, Wounda, Galls, Old-Sorsli
Brokea-breaats and Sore Nipples;
CCBK—Pain in tha Back, Rheumatism, Scia-
tica, Lumbago, Neuralgia, Ear-Ache,
Tetter. Pimples, Itch, Salt Rheum, and
all Flesh, Bone and Muscle ailmests of
•CBDUE—Inflammation and Swellings;
BELIEVE—Boils, Felens, Ulcers, Sors
Throat, Bronchitis, Croup and Quinsy;
KXTRACT—Pain from Burns, Scalds.
Stings, Frost-bites, Sprains and Bruises.
The experience of centuries baa mad* th*
Unimenta, the most ip*«dy and sffeettr*
curative agents for •>
man and beast
the world baa ever known. Th* Oeatav*
have relieved more bed-ridden Crip-
plea I healed more frightful wound*,
and aaved more valuable aniaaal. than
all other linimenta. ointments, oils, extracts,
plasters and so-called "pain killtri" and
"akin curea" combined. •
Phyelciane and Veterinary Surgeons
endorse the Centaur liinijnenta t mil-
lions of men, women and ahildren in all
countries uae them, and Housekeepers,
Farmers, Planters, Travelers, Liverymen,
Teamsters and Stock-growers, ars their pat-
rons. They sreeleu,th*yars handy, they
are eheap, and they are reliable. There
1s ao ache, pain, or dwelling which thsy
will not alleviate, subdne. or cars. Sold
the habitable globe
for &0 ots. and 11,00 a kettle. Trial
bottles. 25 ets.
P£ILLINC MAGIC OIL
fia.fr, *»urr and l>elir|<tu« lo nor far
RHtUMATISM, NEURALGIA, SORE
THROAT, HEADACHE, ETC.
bj HrvpcUtii aad Vrirrsl
T. L. MARSALIS,
DALAS. i TEXAS
Ueorge D. Barnard & Co.,
for Hmlili'* Bible lHdi<m»ri an. »
Atldrtii, for Cirrulara, a. J. IMm .n k(V, Thil
I in your MBit for itv Ikilili-
Van Beek, Barnard A Tintley,
ERS, AND BLANK BOOK
MA NfJFA CTURERS,
42i« 42o N - Main St. St. Lonii
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Norton, A. B. Norton's Union Intelligencer. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 5, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 25, 1880, newspaper, September 25, 1880; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth444100/m1/4/: accessed December 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.