Norton's Union Intelligencer. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 165, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 20, 1884 Page: 1 of 4
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' VOL. IX.
DALLAS TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER .20 1884,
We nave applications ijv several Sullied
Machinists aiul other Mechanics for
Situations. to tiidrynien and others
wanting to enipiov are invited C) corres
poucl with the t> nuxufigscsBi
\ GOOD BLAOKbUITII wants a Situa-
j\ tion, aYounir Man, Married. Steady,
an.I wiili eight years' experience.—Address,
stating wages, e., 31. E.. i', care intelli-
GENCER Ortice. _
A FIRST-CLASS MACHINIST wants a
/I Job and Steady Employ ment. Knows
all about locomotive \v«rk.—Addree-, stat-
.ni»' terms, Joseph Aiiilev, intelligencer
"TlSOOU TEXAS (JO W, will he tVesu in |
j\. Spring. Too good to kill.—Inquire i
at INTELLIGENT Kit Oltice. j
I^Oli RENT Several ROOMS for (Meet,
and Stores.—A, B. Norton A Co. ^,
iiaoufaosurar sdJ Wholesale- d retail doatei in
—all kinds of—
No. 730 &. 732 Blm ^t
Prices to suit tboTi'nes. (Jail and Kxamme viood
Hi'tor Fnrch'inei u* Elsewhere
7<OK SALE.—Five 010 Acre Land Certiti. —
cates—A?B. Norton & Co.
I TV) It SALE, a very valuable TRACr OF
; LAND in Wichita County, at a Bar-
rviii.—a. h. Norton & Co. _
TlOR SALE—An entire new OUTFIT fo
_ an Ei.tfht Column l'aper.—Address,
JDUUd 'JO INKiy.ilt. ALFRKO DAVIS
>UHNlfil DER * l>AVis,
53 Acres of tlie
X?OR SALE—A Fine DURHAM BlJLli
AJ YEARLING, which some Stock Man
.should buy.—Enquire at INTELLIGEN-
nuli SALE at a bargain 2
Jr Clarinda Squire's Su*
Dallas .v Donton C,"' • —<
I- 7H)R SALE— Five Acres
; Rich LAND, enclosed with good fence.
—A. Ii. N'OKTOBtfe UQ. [
ITM.'R SALE—A well-UroKe Tearil ot Good
HORSES, with HARNESS and WA-
GON'.—A. B. Norton & Co.
T/OR SALE—Seven Head of HORSES.—
JD Enquire at the INTELLIGENCER
1,1 OR United States Commissioners'
: andothei BLANKS apply at the IN-
H10R BENT—Twosmal. HOUSES in the
Suburbs.—Inquire ot A. B. Noktok
nOR SALE.—An Amnerg's Patent Cabt-
t1 net LETTER FILE, entirely new, at
the Intk' i.igenoer Office.
rrOUSES FOB SALE and FOR RENT.
11 —A. B. Norton & Co.
,f-a is^% ,f% -r-a TJ% Xt.
W A'a. w* Jl«j Jb& *3
and i)eaiiek» iw
bagging and t1fjs,
Win's, Lprs ami»
313 and 215 Kim St.. H'os nf'r of .Wurk
n k. wright,
•r^tractob 8s BCJILD^'t
No 208 Sycamore Qtreet.
D1 LAS, TEX
Jobbing' of all kind promptly done,
"it sp yrcmtai hmr
.16 Syoarpore St., bstwean Va*s Sim
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pererHftnglnL \n 1 JM?*v
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I they are held responsible.
t The courts have decided that refusing to
take periodicals from the otiiee, or moving
and leaving them uncalled lor is prima i F)\e 1'nsn.
Yi'IT AN!) HUM OK.
"M in \v::ti:s i-ttti iif.H! car helow,'1
said tues rliooi-. o wiio got a sound box
, on the side of the head.
Money often lea-is men astray. Sonio
I of tneni wiii run after a dollar, but a
I hound dog is nioie avaricious. He will
to How a scent.
j Pauline Lucca lias been recently en-
! framed i<> siuo- at tinej concerts in Mos-
cow' for £1,000. it is better to be born
Lucca than rich.
A western w< nir.n prayed for money,
j and found it. As though this was a
mir.ac.e! We k.:ow of several eastern
i men who have preyed for money and
| found ;t.
An exciian e says that Nonli was the
, first p.tcuer «>ri reconl. He "pitched
, the ark within and without." 1 lie
•ranic was linai.y cai.ed on account oi
"This theov - that cold cnnirnctsevcrv-
tli ng but water, vv lich it expands,"
said on<- tri n I to ano.her, ".s non-
sen :e. You on lit to see mv coal bill."
j - iY. Y. 'lr b'o.e.
A man's b iin weighs tiireo and h
1 naif pounds A woman's brain is some-
what ligiiter, but of liner quality. Tnat
is wan*. enab.< s uer to taste lard in her
nei Ii .or'.i j astr .
j "Joseph, inv box of cigars disrp-
' pears v rv quickly." "Y s, sir; i ta^e
Hiem. 1 to t .e sociotv .against
the use ot ;o -«<-eo. and really I think
thai monsieur tin kes loo much."
Stanley has i v red a river in
. Ceutra. Africa ca.l-'d K sstnelonga. It's
, : n wf;! 1 |».ty tnat it s .oit.d bo situated
in a count rv waere a iciiow can't get
any satisi c.ion out, of it.—Uur.iaylon
facia evidence of fraud.
should try "Little
'Oi'lCii.' - 41. >»"r«oi's owUig thejElu-
redge Sewing Machine 'Company, or
koliert Clarke, Agent, are notified that the
accounts and notes are held for collection
bv A. B.& W. N. Norton, Attorneys, corner
of Sycamore and Elm Streets, J)»Has,Texas.
OOMS TO RENT, convenient to the
\j Post-ollice and desirable tor Offices
and Stores.—A. 15. Norton &■ t o.
O Af'ES.—Safes lor Sale. Persons wanting
lO to buv the best sales are invited to cor-
espond w ith A. 15. norton & Co.
SUBSCRIPTIONS for the best Jlaga-
iO ztnes, Reviews and Newspapers re-
ceived at club rates at the INTELLIGEN-
J. M. MOGREW
rpo PI715LIS1IERS.—Tht MATERIAL ot
JL a Seven Column JSewspaper, together
with a good Job Outtit, for Sale.—Address,
\7"AU'AI5LE LAN 1> m Tarrat-it. 15ra-
zoria, ('ass, Jack, Wise, Van Zandt,
Cherokee, Henderson, Kaufman and other
Counties, FOR SALE at great Bargains.—
A. I!. Norton & Co
WANTED—Active canvassers tor our
subscription books and papers. En-
ercetic men can make money.
A b. Norton. & Co.
Late Auditor, P 0 dev't late Inspector f 0 dep
MoGiaZW &l SMALL,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
Rooms 5 i S. St. Cloud Building,
WASHINGfOX. i). 0.
Prnctlce bef >ro the Suprnrae Court, Oistrlot of
ttolumbit, the uourtof c.tnims, and the Exec-
utive L)«partmetit«. of the UenerAl Uovern
CS-Bpeeial attention given to the business o.
t'ostumetsis, U f1 Attorneys, U 3 C'immiHsiou
ers, Clerks, Marshals, Intern *1 Revenue Col-
lectors, Pension Agents, Ai>u> d Navy
Odlcers, Itid'an Agents, Registers a id li«-
celvers of Land Offices, Surveyors, and
Collectors of Customs, Railroad and
etf>amboat <Jo:npa:iies, Mail t!on-
trsetors and National Ban If a
OIloo 012 St.
DALLAS - -
WiJl piae'ice in the District Courts ot the
Sevn ih, Eighth and Kieventii District and in the
Bnpremu and Federal Courts at Austin, 'Tyler
W aco and DaHa»
WANTED—A good servant girl at 74s
Ross avenue. Light work and good
"iAfANTED-LADIES AND YOUNGMEN
VV to take niec pleasand work at their
own home; $2 to $5 per day easily made;
work sent by mail; no canvassing. Ad-
dress F. Rii>d .t Co., Duounue, Iowa,
WANTED, a Situation ov a thoro-.isrh
WOOD WORKMAN." wlio has no,
superior in Furniture work.—Write, stating ,
price, Arc., to J. S. Kin^, care Intelligen- j
Carter & (jibsou,
413 ELM ST.
BOOF ? JOB PRINTERS
< V Wfc-J' (U (2
BOOKB IH D SiiS.
Tht Coinsnete Establish'
ment in North Texas
E<tiuiatej* and samiilenoi work funiahed oi
Saved In a Boar Trap.
It was nearly midnight, and Brn the
trapper sat by his cabin tire, c-joying
a pipe before re^rhrr, tHid his 'oi.; ye»-
t low dog K igs. cttried up in a 'ox skin
j by his side. ' Well, Ka :s, old boy, I
think it is time we were turain' in for
the night," he had just remarked,
when a low tap made tiio dog prick up
his cars. "Who can that bo?'' cried
the trapper, cross1 ng to open the door,
and starting back as lie confronted a
dark Indian i'a ., that looked ashy in
the firelight. "0.;i!i," lie exclaimed,
"what is ir. am thing wrong at the
fort?" "Miss Daisy, the captain's
leeble pale lac>< Daisy, I can't find her!"
gasped the man. "What! Daisy Carl-
ton lost this winter night?" ask-.'d lion.
"Yes. I tell her wait by the lake. 1
go smoke, drink with reservation In-
dians. I vomo back, no Miss Daisy!
Oh! Og'.a 'fridd to c;o Viiuo and meet
j captain's eye." "Mo wonder," growled
| Ben, "and there's no time to be lost,
j The Injuns are never to be trusted.''
Hastily drawing on a great coat, tak-
ing his rille, and lighting ft lantern,
he was ready to set forth, accompanied
by ll tgs, who ran ahead, leaping gaily
i through the drifts. Almost in silence
the two men waded through the deep
snow toward Moose Lake, occasionally
shouting in hopos of a response. "I
fear she is buried under a drift," saki
Ben at last, but just then a loud, joyful
barking from llaos attracted their at-
tention. "1 declare, if that 'ero dog
"is y< u
dead an ua;;
of it Newman
was the ivmv
ti. "May.-e she is,"
•lit tiic iamnia-e she
uses is cut reiy too warm lo have been
dead very long'."
The newspaper foreman trot .a mar-
rta-.-e no i c a.no'i • a iut <-f it< m-» head-
ed "Horrors of 183,')," aud wneii iho
editor ioarv.ed tint; d'.e groom's inoome
was on v §.7 a w-ek he s • i 1 it had bet-
I ter remai'u mid. r tinit h<'.*id.
) Count II rucorn, of Yicnna, now a
social lion i.i New Y' ric, says: "Acli.
it's loojtad. lean uei fi-r marry but otto
I American girii, mid I ioa.s ail of dem."
1 Like Artcmus Ward's monkey, he is
' described :,s an "am osin' little cuss."
A K-ntucky man took a dose of
Ilouarh on llats bv mi» ake, and wiien
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the thing" began to take hold of his
stomaen anil churn it, iie swore by
great horn spoon that he hadn't
hold of such bitters since before
In the submerged district a Cincin-
nati Enquirer reporter saw a man with
a <jrap]iing-hook fishing in the water.
"What are you looking for, old man?"
said the scribe. "I'm trying to find
ray house; 1 left it here two or three
A boaster in a ho'.el was tolling of
the many sections of the country which
he had visited. A fellow at ins elbow
asked, "Have you ever been in Alge-
bra?" "Oli, yes!" said the boaster, "I
passed through on top oi a stage-coach
about a year ago."
An exchange conies lo us wdtli a
poem entitled. "How to kiss." marked
ill blue pencil. Ki'.her the author is
blamed proud of ids production, or else
he th;tiks we don't know how to do it
—in either of which cases lie is 'way
The Jianlv ot t; .ii.xi .ce, of Cleve-
land. has a ru e t at n>< t ilicjal cor»
Hooted tiierewita s i. i1 sm•; ulato in
.'tools l\e>i.lentS. T. Kveivtt hav-
ing Violated that ni.« ... ; ri siuned by
reci'.U'St. Iiiou. ii he and the Directors
say he used oniy Ins < wu money in.
speculating, 'ine bank is w.seiy cau-
i A new waltz, not on the program me,
was iuirouuced at a 6o;tlh S.tie hail
last week. An irate mother walked
jinto the room, took her daughter's ear
between her thumb and forefinger, and
waltzed her homo. Wl.i.e th.s new
figure is rather s« national, it is not
likely to be genera; y int.o tuced, as
1 the participants, that is, one of tnem,
thinks it altogether too irritating.—
Passsenger—How long have you been
j employed on lite sheet cars? Driver—
Fifteen year, barrin' whin I was sick,
russenger—You must be a <_>reat favor-
ite with the company? Driver—Ila!
)ia!h:i! D'ye see that owld gray marc
I'm dhrivin'? Well, we bo li fell sick
together at wonst last winter. They
, s nt for if docther for tiie horse, and
they sint ma me resignation.—Texas
An Austin gentleman who had lost
' one of iiis children was presented with ,
I a bill for payment. "I see by your bill
! that you charge $2) for ten \ is its while
! you were treating m ' e i.d," he re-
i marked. "Certainly; $2 is tiie usual
; p.-ice tor a v s t," responded the doctor.
| -Yes. iuit man aiive. the c.iild was un-
; d 'r ten years o au'e. I could cet her
; into a cireus for half price."—Tessas.
\ S f iii<j .
'l'i e quest on f r debate at the Se-
j wick»ev Co.oreu Ciuo iast evening was:
I "AV'iii ;i is of u.ost Lorn li. to man. the
' steam etig tie or the horse?" Tae horse
j orator grew iji*.1-> ween his opponent
1 asked, ve. ementlv: "Vvriiat am ..e iioss
I anyway? N.dti.i' i .it a steam ngiue.
! Did me leai u brud
lioss en a cold '
let* ii 'Vo:' .~ee a
ihi steam c< mes
tiat st atiu in-
i mo ij ins
s.ile an' d • i:• rse wo'tld bust."
wne.i we come to die," said tee
orator, "tiow'd we look g.•.11'
cemetery in a sterm i,ear.se?
would biv.-|>tdieei;ly oieti on-."'
turned the t .u.' .::id die ho.se s.d
ain't digcin'at tiie bar trap, and I be-
lieve there's bar iu it." an I ho hurried o1'- ltiC ^ e<s
in that direction. Sure
I box iiad fallen and Rags Was seratch-
! ing round it with might/.and main,
j "I must have a peep, if I'm shot for
It!" said the old m.-.n in great excite-
ment, lifting his lantern and peering
W ANTED Male or teniale agents to sell
Turkish Rug Patterns. Address E.
S. Fkost. & Co.. liiddeforil Me.
"117!•; have many CHOICE LOTS OF
VV LAND FOR SALE to Immigrants.
—A. B. Norton Co
ACHES OF LAND
250,000 for Sale in various
Counties,—Address, Norton's Intelli.
T. U MARISAl'.S X Co.|
G R OOEB8
HAMiLTOM & rOUiNU.
— —-I>EALKH IN
Faints Oils, Pictures. Brackets
Moulding, Etc., Etc
A Large Supply of
Ready Mixed Paints.
A woman's brain is of liner quality
than that <>f a man. F.neness of brain
gives quickness of perception, and we
see that fact illustrated in this: A wo-
man can tell wiiat another woman has
irot ou at a glance, whereas a man
S2« ELM STBEET," 820
TEXAS i DALLAS, TEXAS
through the wires, but at the first look might study Lie matter over for a yeat
he almost fell tack in the >now as he and be no wiser.
cried: "If there ain't them blessed j In the opmion of a genuine Kentuek-
babes in the woods, safo and sound in j j;\n, there is no part of our national
old Bon's trap!" A loud whoop of joy history so important as the fact thai
from O'ga rent the air, and both lifted i old Pete Anderson's sou Caleb married
the heftvy box and gently raised tho j 'J'obe Watkins' daughter, and after-
two children from their cold resting : ward ov. ned "Step High." tho horse
p.aco. Daisy awoke bright and well th at 13en Salus rode from Lexington to
and so surprised to find herself out in i frrmkfort i'1 1859.
the woods in Oirla'8 arms; but old Ben 1 r ,r . . ,
shook his head sorrowfully as ho laid !, J-M-Hdhlhe theatrical manager.
the still unconscious Jack bV his cabin !s sa" ''° 80 ^atf 1,l!e worj
fire and tried to rub a little warmth leave his slippers at an hotel they would
into his stiffened limbs, but it was long ^ orwarde.l lo him to the nexl town
before the boy onened his eyes anl ^
' oanio slowly Li
! half hour and he would
-ck to life "Another! ,n£?3 !n thenJ* The only time he
a been fr^o | fd!.down ,he.is saia t0 hav J Picted UP
; deader than a door naii." said Bcu. | ft ~'-n-
Prominent anions the notables at'
i Wiisliin ton may be mentioned Colonel
Tom Ociiiltreo, member of Congress
from Texas. No man has over said
more in a g.veu time, no one lias ever
done more,'to say nothing of having
done Europe, Asia and Africa with
America thrown in several times. No
[one has evtr caught so many fishes,
j ever killed so manv reindeer, ever
caugln so many beaver! He iias proba-
| bly swam the Hellespont oftoner than
j Leandcr himself, anil with belter suc-
cess, since ho lives lo tell the story!
1 Bv some happy arrangement «f tho
stars, lie is on me s; ot at the precise
' moment that < very event of importance
j takes place, llo is probably the only
1 man living who has d"ciined an invita-
1 lion to dine with the Prince cf Wales
upon tho pica of a previous engage-
j ment. He confesses lo being a little
disappointed, as well as. tiie Prince;
but, 11 fout souff'rir pour e'. c belle, says
the French proverb, and to be distin-
guished also demands sacrifices. It
was more distingu.siied to decline, so
he accented Lie sacrifice and declined
the invitation. Oil intinmo terms with
all the crowned heads ol Europe during
his recent sojourn in Paris, lie was hand
tin I glove with tin; h,«rii oflieia s, and
! consorted ci.i lly with lue nobility with-
| in the sacred precincts of the Faubourg
Saint German. II < intercourse with
! august person a «os is mtitked by but
one utihnnpy faux is. it is reoorted
' that iiur-ng a r< oent visit to Queen
j Victoria, persisting in singing •John
Brown's Do iv"—in spite of the frantic
pantomine «>f the Vaicrican M.nister—
i toe inL-rview or<> up it: a }>aaic. Nat-
j uralty theideaof "J > :i Browu's body"
i (her Jonn Bfown -) " i moldcring in
[ tne grave" was harrowing! li was a
' case of mistaken, ioeiiti:y, but tne ef-
; feels wore titai; ins >.ar in that quar-
, ter has set. l)i me i;ist canipaign he
| nominated himself for t'on.ress, ran,
'and "got tliar." L i- -c
I eau'iiai li ne«s of Hi ngs
! sents a Trxas di .r.ci. V
ness, an e.vinns.i^ncss,
t and latitude, as
i peculiarly fitted to :ep
(Stale.—J/'Jt-' r:i Aj
>rd ng to thu
it lie repre-
ere Is a vast*
::t that :tre.i
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