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rHB HERALD: DALLAS, TEXAS, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1885.
THE OTHER SIDE. "
JIM SCOff INTERVIEWED.
mm atataaant af the Cams TfcaS
la tk. IkMtlEf, Tecetker Wltk aa
Acearata ItNUt a All t
Ooramd Bafera n Af.
tor U .' InHT
TutarjiT morulna's BiSoeeat-bound
Tiiu A Faclflo train earn snorting
and puffing into tae dowa-town depot
ahoat on tlms. Sheriff Smith and City
Marshal Arnold aliuhtel ou tu plat
form accompanied by m man of alender
build, about 5 fet 10 Inches tall, dark
hair and tnustaehe and dark gray eyes. I
Thli was Jamea Seott, the alayer o!
Bis Mack" the baakmanon the ren
ins of the 17iu Instant. Beoit
M baa already been publlsned
in Thb Hkrald, waa captured loEl
Paso lsst Thursday evening .
Scott waa Immediately conveyed to
the oounty jail, where be waa vUlted
hvntiitaa number of his friends dur-
ins the day. Late In the evening
BkriLD representative eallod to see
biiu ana wa readily granted an aud
ience tn thb jallei'a arartment, into
which Mr. ttoott waa brought. The
general eppearanoe of the prlaonor
iknwH that hiii trouble bore heavily
nnnn Aim. (la raadtlv consented to
give h! veralon of the faota and olr
nnmsunaea of the shooting when ao
requested, and told hla awry In au
. nruin fniik WtV.
The tollowlnyr (a the substanoo of
vhyi ha ..ill : "On the Sunday before
' the ahoo.tr gl took my wife and two
Kirln .ihllnran nnd went OBt In the
country a abort distance pecan haw
, Itkt. T took nv niatol alontr. thinking,
llng like that. When we returned I
had to go to the Jail on aotoe business,
nd my wife tooavtMe pecans and the
rl.ll and WflntT Bl Mack's" a0Ue
to see her rnolher. When ahe went
home ahe forgot the pistol aud left it
there, aud that la auw my pistol oauie
j ;iMondT I went, aa usual
c t trnnrrt the eounty conviots
who were at work on tae roada. J
.mn i.unU u tnwrn aa usual that 6VBtl
ln ani latk IkA aOnVldtS Bt thO 1H
On my way home I met coupie of
frlenda and we wentluto aaaloon near
the square and had several drinks. I
ataid there quite a little while, and
. tuna I afarladtoa-O thev both
Insistod that I should stay little
longer. ... ,,
"When I got home I f'-nnd my wife
road beosuselhad not come In time
for sapper, and ahe reluaed to give me
anything to eat. I went to bed with
out snooer aud aald nothing wore
about It. Ou the following morning,
which waa Tuesday, my wife whs
till mad. and at first refused to cook
breaklaM. I finally persuaded ber tj
get me somothlng toeat, but she would
' nt tt manna snaok for dinner, (a
she bd ben la the habit of doing; ao
I went off without it. While we were
after tae shooting. asked the Utet
v!r. . .. . j
After the snoo'iog i
rivr on the 8tntt Ke brldu, ad want
leMr. Loa. Wright', about U nolle
from the oitT, waara i spans '"-
told Mr. Wright all aiK.au wa
ing. I" faet, I nev eapeeiaa m
oapi. I only wanUdto atay .way
UTka avl (! I WRDI 140 LIBUU AVAAAB
and tried to cat a Job or ome ainu 01
.k hnt fatiina fa Ule. I BUUCK oai
" : t; m ka mil
towara Ariinuion. ua -
night at a Mr. Harpar'a, In Tarrant
oounty. I then want to Hanley and to
v.m Wnrtti. whara I use to
be amplojed at the d;pok bJ the Taa
a t..!iu raiimad. I stall here tba
freatoraartof the sight. At ilanley
wrote lay brother In this city to send
in Gordon to Jimw T.
Welle, wbien name i w"
1 reaahed Gordon I xpread my
r.llu aialn to KL raao. X meu
vi4a am ihi train mmi ana wmkh u
,11 I rauhait Kl VuOlt 8 o'OlOJH lBt
Thnrati mnrnlns. I then went to
a room and went to bed. I did not get
up nntil evening, when I went to the
e press offlee for my vsllse. I bad some
got It. I then Inquired about a ticket
toTuoson, Ariaona, went back to the
km.i whan thrnA nolionaen came in
and arretd me. I them oominR
through the vnnaow rhu luow iun
they were after me. ' .
"Belt re 1 was arrested, I wrote a let
ter to .Mr. Rhodes, glvlog a full so
count ot the whole affair, which I re
nnsHtPii him to Elve to 'laa Ubbald
lor. publication, but Mr. Khode telle
After TUB ilKRAlll IUU mu
and whs Roiog cat or tne gsw, air.
Scott aalliid him back and handed him
the 'following on o card, which wss
handed the pruoner lurougu mo
of the El Pmo l.ils
pivn ScoTTt-Ifyou wanttogt
cut of 1i),v the word aud you ko
scottfreo. Your friend,
Rhariir Rmlt.h snent J 190 In the sap
in.n(Uitnti. navlnffT. B. Whit", any
..miiai nfVA po. $100 reward he had
offere'l for the oapture of the
fniriUva nnd $90 for expenses. A this
comes out ot bis own pocket It la com
mendtble thougn expensive.
tm tha rk!l. a Wall at
tba Haateal rrafaulaa.
11 all's journal cf Uaaith, referring
locoDtauiplloo, makaa te Mlowtug
"Consumpilou mtually bfglua with a
slight, dry cough la the more-
lug, then on going ta bed, getting
more ana more trtquent, with more
and more phlegm, tcereaetng debility,
thlt-BMaof tltsb, shorlmas of breath
ao luoknaca of pnlaa. la fatal oaa
l;sayrageeanrsela aUioi two years;
benoathe Importance of arresting the
dbwaM l aa early a stage as posMble,
ad tie sooner rational ru6ana are
mpMred for this purpoaa the greoter
tba otuee oi aiiccwta. Tneoueaseu
owinl to an Irritation commencing la
iba t roi and extending m the luniis,
so tn t their aotlon Is interferred with,
and ie blood does not receive suf
Bole t oxygen to purify it. The most
mar d sign of lung dieae In emaoi
atto and tba most positive tndloxtiou
of luruing health 1 increase iu
M I-peaks Hall's Journal of Health,
anc we may add that In desperate
on-, and, in fact, lu all cases of oon
sut lotion, or troublosot the throat and
luiiK. Immediate relief may at ah-
taifldaud a neriunneut sure pu noted
by lie use of Dr. Wui. Hall's ililsaui
forpe Lunax, a luedlclne known for
moii than 8o years aa an unfailing
redy for oouuIih, cold, t'lonclmiH
i;tu nuimouary ar.u .ciorni aia-
eaa1. Tuattun worst tiwi ot oou-
Kuqitlim have aen otirou by the uae
of all's Balaam huH btca ttUenteit to
by is thousanux who have unecl it, or
bui ')Bn cnguiKsut of Us wonderful
XUUKaOLt. IN WASUlNUlOtf.
Tie the Great Inlidel Lived at the N-
tnal Capital Boras af ilia Whimt.
w York has gained another con-
spnous cltiKen at the expecse cf
Viehlsgtou. This tt'Jie, writes a
Vfililngton onrreapondnnl to the
w York Mail and Express,
I la Colonel Robert a. In
rsoll. He lias sold a flue beano
built hore a short time ago to Mr.
cCroery, of Ban Francisco, Mr.
cCrncry is a brothfr-ln-law to Ju
Field. Ooloufl Incnrso!) will
.reutter livo la New York,
.is career here has not been
rithout intoreet. He waa in the
The beautifal Sabbath suooeodlug
the damn and foifgy two preoeding
days, brought out the fall volume of
our ohuroh-golug people. Tlie aniioi-
nnrlhar Inll.d to tlut in ltB CD-
eearauce, and the oharch chimes were my b, lt
rung oat as merrily as thongh wed-,rlnK( oook-writlng and what pnr
ding belli were being rung. The feworted to be the praation of law. He
iarmera who came In to hear ProfenBor" extremely conspicuous in WuHti-
, ... , ,, ngtou an, Indeed, ho Is undor all olr-
BUckand.theli own preaohersoheer--. ba,n. 1qU(1 of voloeand
fully acceded the fact that enougaiorjd in manner, to say nothing of a
moisture bad been deposited on ths-ica and form worthy of OambrlaHs
wheat to give the seed a chance tomlt- He gave weekly receptions
wu mi ay" u uiUcellaneous crowd of orauks,
show its blades above the mouldy Yitiolans and the multltuto of po
earth, , . !, who arc willing to eo where tbey
Th vnrdiotof the luryon Saturday
nllnf.vnnnif T.atfrjat.t ft-ja VAAra in t.h
eating urnaaiiuu hum "" " pentleutiary was-vwy generally
kept making threats to me, being still cu,sad yesterday. Many po.jnns tlrirt
in a very ugly humor." no Was so entirely unconncona of his
"What do you mean by making PMi0a tthe time ttio kiiilug wis
threats." Interrogated Tna Herald rtnnB thftt WM not legally r snonsl-
man. ble. The law, hon'over, iJ positive,
"She threatened that I would be .a withnntuxaoatlve Intorf.irnaoo It
killed, snd that 'Big Maok' would do wnnld anoaithat he must auffsrihe
it: that 1 would be hauled out lust ss n.nuin imnnsurl.
Bin Mauk' had hauled that man back I a , v. ii.n Inr tho HSHombiltitf of
of Sounnhler'a house. She kept nonirrcsB aouroaehes, the nervousness
up this kind of talk until I started lot lntoiy appoiated Damnorats who
toward her. when she went out of the I UBV6 mm the place ol "offensive par
deor and left the house, going to 'Blgl tuon." m .inortionatelv lnoreaees.
Mack's,' I suppose. .Isomotimos ooBlrmatlon does uot fol-
, "I then put tne oany to sieeo aim low Rpintment.
four-yeir-old boy playing with Mr.
Bhupert's liwle boy, in whose yard I
live, batweeuOampatreet aud Patter
son avenue. .
"X oauie bang witn tne sonviois ioov
'evening, and got to the Jail about 6
o'olock. Mr. Rhodes, thejallpr, asked
xne alter 1 had pat the conviots in
their cells if I bad had a
foaa of ny kind, as Mr.' ratty 'a
Pruning is au opxratlon Intended to
innruaaa trnlt ni'dduction. and in re
garded as a dsoiilod suoosss. The dog
tut umiii tn have the same effi it.
Never in the history of Dallas has
there been ns large a congregation ol
mnntrnl cars as cur streets dally afford
an asylum for. bo far from standing
lndreadof me Mexican or the pollen
invited. He oromuigfitcd his the
es regarding social as well as the-
itiaai matters witn a fur
ious simplicity that was ab-
ititoly delicious). He wanted ev-
body to brluir np children as he
1 brought up lit, alloulng that he
(1 made them generous, prudent, un-
usn and lull or integrity, by leaving
tuiu sums or money in an open
reau drawer, where thoy wont and
ticil themselves wttnont lot or
lrnnoo. Of course, the results of
system as emphasised In Colonel
eritoii's family were mutters or
lion, but it was gouornlly thought
the restrnlnlng hand ot good
idlng and good taate was palntullv
ifd for those young persons. As
'urns otic in tun late ftuio or ft h
ie to Mr. MtCreery that it wi B
(gaged for more than half lit,
'o, this princely method of family
indltura cannot be considered a
iouel lugersoll occasionally ap
Pd before the supreme oourt,
ve nis tropes ami metapnors uhaci
I. E. Curtis, (be jaweler,
I E. Curtis, the jeweler.
Freah oy.ters Delmonioo,
The Fisher planoa. W ll A. n'atkln
A Co., Hkbalo building.
Latest style of Coon t Co. cvllars at
Burr ttroe 608 Main aueat.
838 Main street. AU kinds of Crulta
and vegetable at A.. 12. Bouche'a.
Onal and coka a. oottum Hgurea, in
large and small quauti e. Dallas
City Oaa Light company.
Bonche,the Main street grocer, kopa
'he Aldeu comprossed yetoit. Always
Just try a bottla of Dr. Scott's Cooa
Iron and Pboi.hnrua. Kr hn by ail
If yon watit tj save monev go snd
see J. K. 1I, furniture dealer, ?25
and 7-7 Kitu utrm;.
If you wans to buy furultura on in
atalluients, see J. K. iIw,'.,7- an.i 727
Orr gUBrantees to s.-il a better bucKV
for lews mouey than any houtie hutuli
of SU L'iiiU.
Elegant utw Mwh ol nHir.v Jus
rKwlvd. Corner Main ami Hovdras
streets L. U. Ctinis, iiiir.
All wo ask is a trial of our 40-utmt
tea. vvkm.kk & Co.,
Corner II n wood and 101m.
The latest sty lea of l.is', gunls aad
cUiUrcii'a Khuts at llio K. Mut)Htatlu
Botit and Shoo I tuicry, 7.ii E .in ktrtiet.
To have your wkumipo, cluoaa attd
leWHlry ropairtni, Kt ti L li. Otirt's,
corner tf Main a id I'ov.lr.n streets,
Wil.iaui U. (inet(,oti, giiri!. a r-nt
DiebiiUt Shiu and L'x'K c.ni,i,y,
Oratnt Wii)iitir hotel, Dailnf, T.:i9.
Orr, the old rullanltt, in rli trorit
with t'ni lsrtfet and ruti-t comnletn
stock of Iiiik-,isi and 0:trriag.a in 'lie
Orr has just purchased 400 bmrgies
from tho cidebrateil llrni i f SuchlnriM
Co., wttti which lie will do'vn all coiu
potillou ou prices and atyltH.
Iltit)'.ilo meat ti:d venison, and gtme
ot all ktis'in, can tie hal evttry day at
the Old He'iabie nmat aud itnairt mar
ket of II. Harris, Kim Htrnct
Storage room can be had at the auc
tion ami cotntnianion tioue for all
kinda of goods at low rates by the
mont h or year. Flno Very ;Fino, 013
and 615 Kim street.
Tbm Weir Plow company haviug so
oured the tStme on the Cook Manufac
turing company's Standard and "A"
grade work, arid having given an or
dor for 1,000 Jhh to hn luaite especially
for their trade, havn juxt received the
third ou-load. Prices havo been
marked down to suit tho times.
Dallas has at last Bflctired a llrst
class rotauraut. It is kept ut No. 72.")
.Main street, by the popular aud pon-
tienianiy liang iirothers. It is patron
ized by thOKO who are conuoinseur of
whut belongs to a superior cuisino and
eatiug (.aliiii, vm: The very best
material In tun market, niiniirpassed
cooking, nnd skilled and cuurteoua
waiters. No wonder tho ladies of
Dallas as well n the gentlemen, are
giving It thoir bearty pnironHge,
Wo takeplessiira In Rmllng attontion
to tho house of Mrs, V,. ('Sesnut, No.
612 Klin siieet., dcaltir lu millinery
goods and tiottmn. Thiu ix one ot the
oldost honst's in our o'.ty, having
opened hero in 1873. (iront credit in
due the proprietress for the gklilful
maniiiteniont of her bnaluoHs, which
has grown from email boelnniiia to be
ono ol the largest iu the city, number-
tng among lis patrons the tc.it famines
iu the city and country. No hing but
the best Is ottered for sale at this hcusa
No second-hand or damaged goods
6ver found on her shelves. This funt
has contributed largely to her success
luuituntaiiiing the nest traie iu the
or Indigistiou U the stomach's protest
against unsuitable food, tho excessive use
of alcohol or tobacco, hasty eatiug aud
drlukin?, aud all irrational habits of
living; and Aycr Sarsaparilla U tho
stomach's best friend, relieving it of dis
tress, and aiding its return to healthful
action. C. Canterbury, HI Franklin St.,
Boston, Mass., a continued dyspeptic, waa
tbo uso of Aycrs Sarsaparilla. Ho Bars:
"I suffered severely fi-oui Dyspepsia for
several years. I consulted fivo or six
physicians, who gnvo mo no relief. At
last I was Induced to try AVer's Sarsapa
rilla., aud by its uso I am entirely cured."
O. T. Adams, Spencer, O., says : "I havo
for years suffered acutely from Dyspepsia,
tcarcely taking a meal, until within tho
Iat four months, without enduring tho
most distressing pains of indigestion.
has restored mc to perfect health."
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aver & Co., Lowell,
MlVHi.y u. o. A.
Sold by nil Druggists.
Price $1; Blx bottles, $5.
ylLUAMS A TL'RNKV,
General Practitioners CorresDondanea
HOMPHON A CLIN
I A IIP VEUU
Esneclal attention given to Federal Court
practice. 7; Main street, Dalies.
Practice in 8tnte and Paderal Conns.
mini uuu a ttu w iuku,
M. li. CRAWfOHD.
KTUUK M. MILLlia,
Wichita Falls, Texas.
aTnhall .JuThlm th'at "BtailMk' and they !? V " ?ld gentlemen dreadfully,
oonciso aud liwyer-
mnsei instead ot a
bellowed at them
tuuiv that would warrant a comolalnt o "' "w", lm ' u . i. i ".ontloman wno looBenea his nooK
nVmadraSainst me C0mp,8,nl that nights were n p le hideous by their tij uubottoned his coat before he
Wing maae against me. Ihnwiinir. hut now night and day are ni, i
l then put my gun across iujr ';--j ht.h.lr viln n nise. WhVisit -T.T" " ."1!"
and Btartea out ot tne aoor. .ui-I t' tha.a.V , I.'"0 """" auc juavwaa
ini wir-h.rt h,in to the court-house mo am iuii" aii' i aesirea a oonciso a
?S mid?S nomalatal Kalnat mo I biped neighbors by collecting In ltatment trom counsel
told him I had fid no Km with any- squads and asserting their oommun- dry deolamatlon bellov
JtJTmt Islo rights, it w.s formerly the esse b;ontloman who loosen
Mi . Rhodes aaaedme whatlwaa going tnat oniy tnree i u .mkua obupremc bench when theseoirous
to do with the gun, that I had better ' I"J' ."2!
rn n mill i.nai. I I " -.. . . -.nvi.h 4it.r n.nMia juiinm. ni
I rr. I n , n .r.n.1. s 1 1 hUffltn VA .1. . . . . . . -
xuo uuuu.r .v "... uihf) nigut, ana mmr onaeavor to
Inio a surrogate a probate form this mcjoiouel Incersoll ftel a dignl-
week, and thore Is a "hoapof busmen umk9 wag nrlllg brd al
to be tranawted. Judge Bower hss a !Mero8. At last tne star-routo
boeu very energetlo with bis docket tAniahod Colouel Ingersoll up as
heretofore, aud the same zeal applied aliri,, w..iii nrrtnti UImaa than
to the probate aflalrB will work won- h virtually ceased to oanslder
ders on that branch of his jur sdlotlon. Wigtoa bis home, although he
Tn.mrrrnw will ha devoted in In- atilr . . . ' i... ,
- , J 1 . i -in uioiwity uoidi juiib no lias
dlanapolle to tho funoral obsequies of fluumnved to New Ymlc with the
the late vIoe-pieBldent. All over tne tntij of spending bin time there
union public demonstrations of sym- wh., is ut on hla New Mexican
patny aiiu rcBUt-ov nrn uoui ii nuo, r.iurilt l Ht llll IiroVB.l a tirr.flta.
it is to be hoped that Dallas will to-day ble tmcnt to him, and altbouirh
luava it at tha tail.
had oY,t:.n it wet several times, and
that I was going to iaae it nome wun
me and ml it up, this being the gun I
uod In guarding eonylcts."
"Arier I left the Jail I went by 'Hi
Mack's' home to get my pistol, which
had been leit tnere on tue sunusy ut
lore by my W.fe.
"As I came up Jacks nil street
towards tbo house I saw Mra. Maoa'
standing in her baok door, I asked
nor it Matiie, meaning my wife, was
tn.irr. and ale oallod 'Big Mack.' He
oarueoutanllajkedhlui If my wife
there, ta at I w wtod to aee hen - fS
He went bitok Into the house, told her
and followed her out.
"I said to her: 0ome on Mattie, go
home with me and let's have no more
cf this foollabnoai.'"
" 'No, I'll not go; I don't Intend to
live with you any ionger,';sne aaiu
At the St. Oeorge: J J Simmons,
Pilot Pelut; C McWhirton and family,
Hartford, Kauj E R Logan, Toirull;
drniiB money they formerly did,
a rion man.
f t "I prevailed and kept persuading M B 8 wan ion and family, Abileae; lrrn euro
,1 her to return home, whon 'BI P a Jordan ,Enls; Charles E Hicks, ' V" of
, i- r Mack'chlppedlnandwautodtokuow . .' d Ter- I tln(
t . h.t tha trouble was." Ddllss; J U Muokieroy ana bod, er for , th
sallowed a free trial of 30
dayo U(!0 0f pr, x)yoig celobrated
voUoJt with Kleotrloal SuapenBO
ry loos, for the spf oily rollof and
cure or rsorvous wo
of Vitality aud Man
kindred troubles. Also.
what the trouble was." V 7. w t ,or othor iH"H. Complote
ait ..M. iMa-aiifa haa thrBatnnnd mv I rail; John Uickaon. Demapolls: W L I res U tn hnr.ni. ulirr, anrl ma...
lire with you ad that I would yet be I Orlfletk, L M Orlfleth, Oreonvllle; W ?11oatitOHd. No risk isiuourred,
hauled out behind Hohnelder'e iiouse p.tonoli 8t Loulst E J Waldron, pamplilet with full lulor-
deal.'" . .... tf ""1 hi. ywiia irt xt I IflH.'ll.lV.' by ad-
"'I understand that you aay mat n " ivi- i viiomuio uwt company, Aiur
Mallte comes to my nousc, you win i jonus, uaiiHs; Aiirea i.ueaaaiiiu, tui-i""r.fii
burn It.' " p. no: C H Battle, McKlnnoys W J Poa-
"I aald this waa a mistaKe, tnat i Une gtljnnl.. a u Hood, PerrlsjE 0
had nevar sail I then asked who Huml) Dnfcon. Henry Beaumont,
told hiinthli, and.be aald my wile I aitv: John H Andrews, Fort Worth; J
"Big Maak'lhon said: 'To-morrow
when this ea against you is over, I
am golug to ulnae your wiie go up auu
mske a iiuplalnt against you of threat
ening to bora my home.' "
"I tola htm be would do wrong If h
did tha--, as I bad never made any
such ttireai. I then anked where my
little boy was, be having always beeu
inndsr if me than of his mother. My
Wlie replied tnat be was in tba house."
Big Mack' then aaldt Yes, by
Od, and he Is going to stay there."'
" will sea ab.iut that,' I replied."
"'You ara an uflloer, aiu't you,'
ka td 111 k M ',' addrsBslng mo."
'I rami d. 'I au uo o miiuUnloned
Cllljor, inf. Mr. Huilth, tne atierltl, has
given mi taH right t carry a gun, at 1
Y"ii hava two Bans on now,
hav v uT' aahed 'Big Mack.' "
"I toi'd hliu I had, aa my wife
bun brought my pistol out and nandsd
It to me when ahe came out of the
I ,pij)0 OrAd a n of at b---li, I will
I make you at them too,' replied 'Big
1 MaekJat the aatne time throwing bl.
" right I-and on his blppockot, and ad-
"I made a step back and threw uo
' my gun as he advanced upon me, as I
', ha t my gun with the atook resting on
tho grounii beside me whan ha nrt
juaJa the maveuieat. Aa I threw up
my gun 'kisok' whirled on his heels
andthatlahowlt was he waa shot In
- the rear of the eheulder. Th- guu
flrel aud I heard aomatuiug fall."
Had thine been any prsvloot dlf
flcalty between 70a twoT" askud Tui
Ue baa been trying to eeperets uiy
arlfa rram ma tor a long Untoand I BUS
pcid-ti I bare good reaaoaa lor It
ttu fie woman so naimw
wife (or iDepurHMor making money
-I a yomr wlfo km to om you to-
N d rC rit mo tour U""o bay orr
. in ' aio a, l ino o
I 1 t I a will 3 .s avoia tv
1 r'-i r"--4-
C Farley, Wixahsohle; A J P Barnes,
Knoxvlili, Iowa; O B RohertM, Cht
oaco: O Halliburton, Mt L mlt; W A
Nash, Dallas county; W R Powh:1,
Fort Worth; J M Brown, New Albaay;
Lsh Head, M-xl; August Blltsoh,
Ctticinnati; 9 P Wilson, WsxahachU;
w a liaro r. uacK i;reeK: 1 j vrar-
rcn, Texas A Pacills railway; II P
Hposr, Baltimore; it L R iburtson,
Tyler; i"k nuiim, raris; w ii
Hauler, J V Ryou, Duok CrettK.
Bket la tka Hsad
Whllo out gunuiug Siturday, Ban
Taber, a young mau, son of Mr. John
Taber, the Jowolor, met wl'.h a asrlous
accident by shooting hluuolt lu the
left hand. Tho charge, which was
troinashot-jun loaded witn bird shot,
lacerated tho palm of the hand and the
finger. The young man suffers In
tense pain, thou ah his Injuries are sot
of a serious nature.
kvety ue8 po.jsmii's medi-
oateu loxltm powder. It Is
nonse treasure. The madamo
ossicle to go down town
wlthojt ru,)iuK it on. If the
1 1 ,BU0 K1U"' ,,,r t,M) puff-box.
11 '.hv'.ild ii.au" onimx home
V . r,R,m,t because buslnoss Is
uuii, O'.goni'H ;Kiwtlor cools and
"Mou')ies. Then all la rImiI
"""'ji) laniiiy suouiu do with
v J "
OUl Vjallltf nhiitnoraniiftr .T. M
WobsttiiiHt rennlvad frnin !hi.
oago a VenUon tho Poser,
vj tui7.,,ah any 0110 can assume
r , " .-TCraneral position before
iBVingip,lo. tnkon, without
inn a-sil,rthn artliit. Nnta tha
"iTmikkjlUa uio of the poser.
xwuuif)efore you are photo-
.. . "?i"tica. can on J. H
MBUkiui h lit l.nr narl nhotiirra.
nlmr un . ' . - 1 "
Ju.t At , '
MnyJulou doaleri may toll
you: '2 remedies for Coughl
ana v,oiu1n IlorU and ln .VMry
i?"pfi otil.,od old rellabfe
'.'.""""gh and Lung Syrup.
u . ?iiV uI,,)n th' remedy
flr1 V.'thor, you are liable
tO be BII.-.. I... I l,-t-.. nr.
to tne pritouatB ana sang win mum. i - -,a "' . um, uu
One prisoner protesed penitence and j oonl "" by ell draffileia,
danlarsd that aa soon as he got out of! . . . , i
his horse case he would turn over . , rji'rphy'a Best Ilantl
new leaf and fle from the wrath to "tLlVt Button Holes and
oome. r.'Juier price, 8. Block
- i i -- Km
Yesterday was a beautiful, lovely,
sunshiny day. 014 Bol shone out for
the Brat tlaue hiter aeveral daya of
gloomy, talny weather, aud hi pleu
ing preaeuee brought out tbo people.
Iu the morning the churobea were
o.nvriad and tha atraata ware Ihronaed
thionibout tbo day by those who love I age.
OU S1UX C.VNCKIt.
For seven j'eft'R I suirored with a cancer
ii ni' f;ii. &il the al tup le rem, ilie i wore
Didihil to iillev laic the paiu. but tho ulace
continued tn gmvr, finally extending into
my nose, iroin which caiiioayeuowiKii uih
vlinrue very nUeDHlve In character. It was
also Inflamed, and an unveil mo a great
(leal, a Unit elttht Inimtlia uto I was ln
Atlanta, at the house of n filouil, who ko
strongly reciimniendeil the use of Swill's
iieciilo that 1 doleriumed to ninke an ef
fort to nrocnro It, in tins I was tmccensfiil
and bettnn lis cue. The influence of the
medicine at first was to unmewhat asrn
ate the sore: but soon the iDilamniaiion
vas allayed, atul I beiin to improve alter
:ie ni'ht lew DnttieD. My general health
as treat I v Improved. I run stronger, and
able to do any Kind of work. The cancer
ou my face began to decrease and the ulcer
to iieui, until there is not a venule of It leit
oniy h utile scarmarKS the place where
nail oeen. i am renu uy answer an
quest ions relative to mis cute.
iMHH. JOICIR A. MCDONALD,
Atlanta, Ga., AugUBt 11, 18:5.
I have bad aennceron my face for some
yearn, extending from one cheek boue
acroHH the nose to tho other. It -has given
uio a great deal of pain, al. times burning
and Itching to such an exteut that it was
nnoRi unbearable. I commenced uslnf
wlfi.'n 8pecitto In May, l?sj, and have wei
leht bottles. IthnH ulveu the createst re
lei bv reinovlnc the InlliininiHtUin and res.
taring my general health. W. Kakxes,
ivnoxvilio, lowa, Beptember a, lbSo.
For many years I was a sufferer with ca"
corof the nose, and haviug been oil red by
tne use oi H. H. i leel constrained bv a
use of duty tosullerlnuhumauitv tohiniie
mis Biiwemeui ot my case, with the
fourteenth bolllothe cancer begati to heal
rapiuiy uu sixin uisspcareu, atul tor scv.
erul mouths there ban been no uupearauco
oi asjreof any kind ou my nose or lace,
neither is my note ut all lender to the
touch, l have Inkcn about two di-zen hot
ties H. H. .4 ,nnd ara soundly cureJ. snd
now Unit 8. H. H eli'ecled tho cure after
every known remedy was tried nnd had
iniieii. kdiiekt Smeuley.
Fort Clalner, Ga., May 1, lbSj.
I had heard of the wonderful cures of
Hwlll s sue inc. and resolved to trv II. I
coinmeueed lukln it ln April, lHii. My
enenti ueniiii wan inueii unproved, yet
iiiu ,;nuwi IVI.1ITU "H!, lu iny uruusb COlltlll-
ueato grow slowly but surely. The bunoh
ercw and became Quito heavv. I felt t hat
1 must cither havo It cut or die. But it
commenced discharging nuanllties ol si
most uincK, inica b oou. it continued
ueaiing around the e iitei until Kebruury
wueu n wuneutiruiy ueuieu up anu well.
Cochetetl. I,lymonthco..Ma,s..Jnlvi:i. ishs
rtwllt's Mpeelllc is outlrely ve.ietai.le, and
seems 10 cure cancer i uy lorcing out tua
impurities irom I no noon.
Treatise on Blond aud Hklu Diseases
TUB Hwikt Si'Ecrptn Co.. Drawers. At.
iHiuii, uu. n . x ., ni w . rail Bl.
Th iiwwl tim. a lathrrM frim llrwif h Mini, nm,
roln tloni tl- mull itmrn, la thr Sf.uth.rn StMt
MnUla, ft .Ilir.'iUIInc Bij-lomnt l-rlvln',.. ; .....ri
JtIHir. rilluv lb rlr ntnrclr-cr..'i.:;i. Nr4 .tliau
ill., Ihi. child I ttir.tw ..J em fi.lv !r'"-il i. :o ,i. en up
tlwipiOk-wuiIj. Winn crtrnMnit WU. I!,s h. ulli.r.
.,lnmiMirlu.-l,'Li tn rti ln.''..n .;;ilol I'll. ..t 1 ".-Mi. ,-f.
fOt, IU T.TLOR't CNla,1II1 HKVMIlV ... S.. r.kv .HO
Mru.tr lltfl UriMt knn vm-fly r.r C.mxhi, Crutip,
WlMoi.lnfl.Cnacri ftrut C4ruumtlla&: iin.l M Kl.tahl., nf
iniaiipi-wniniM.tv a,, vnnr .ir.'B. tit r.r lu nice,
'MM. w ALTER A. T AYLOX, Aninta. Oa.
Cm hh. mioop.ss' hi'i'Ki.kiikkiiy cukihai. u
Diftrrnn., Hjiujutj aa4 Cblldrko TmiUoo. rot Mk bl
Kallgloas Bxsrslsss at the Jail.
beveral members ol the Young Men's
Christian assrolatlon held religious ex
ercises with the 09 prlsonora ln the
oounty Jill ytaierday, They talked
tothenrisonataand sang with thorn.
?nl'?redltbut brlna 10
ft WKLLKR CO.,
ad Cash Propers.
Jy 00011 tS 1 SO oenu per pack
KLi.aa A Co.,
Tho Load League.
Tho Irish Land Hague mot yutor-
4ayaftraooaaa iraaaaotod a lot ot
oa'.tM baCio. Tie l"rlJdoUi
t rf f s r"' ai
I AH (""as
Just try a
Iron a" J n
HAN AN' S WALKINGFA8T.
W2AJ IHS7 OAT AB5UT TflS
Noo. !)l f!9 Parle row, I
Mow York. Bvpt. 11J, 1003. (
KEgaitfl. XtOQEItS, YfffS te CO.
Omtlamrn i ltvlr.ir notice in thti mnrnlna's
Bun your nitvartlwraimt roiunnnu Iho llnlmu'l
Waukeiiphiwt thoe aald by you, 1 twnnot rerraln
rromexprmoinir. iinaaliclUil.my antlslaotlonwllh
a pair which after ynnr'a aimoiit oontinuaiia
wunr, A nni anoui aiN.iiraiiitf. i naa Daon ao
oiiBtnincl to having my ohooa mnitk to onler, pay
liutrmnil) tollllapair tur thn mo. Laal um
mcr I nu'rtn a year mo wuhtna rrr a pair o
hortat aliort notii-oftir atrin th. M.i,,.nl.t. i
ftti-piMHi Into your oninMlaiuacnt ami ruiv)iaHla
pair of llanan'a, on ana oomrort on lon
tramps ln tlta pouuirv 1 havo novcr hut tlicir
qual on my frcti nhhk for turnhini thoy
eomo about aa noar to Ui Iiinhntan'a ideal as an.
Inilwtruotibla and tha aoioa won mnno of otpr.
, " ' . . . "V" ....... .lunuannwnoik.
lata slad toad.i my toolimony to Uiclr otiwl
Mnoa, tlinnh a total Imnircr to tilt llanan'a oi
to any niomhnr or your ilrm, and yuu ara at
litortur to maka any uo of UUa mnuuunioaUea
Asont tor lallaa, I RON KAUN.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDER!
KIUUT, WKIOUT A KOKKOBD,
No. 715 Main street, no stairs, ii.illan
Hneolftl attention siven to aiinmn.l
law ami investigation of laud titles.
t 0. JOHNSON,
Land and Collecting Agent, Notary Public,
UepnsltionscarefuUy and properly taken.
Business attended to ln rniv nr tha nnlvli.
boring counties. Correspondence promptly
a. - ....
4 BERNaTHY RKtlH
W. M. AtlKRNATHV. M.O. ABEBNATHT.
JH. M. A. CORNELIUS.
Office, 711 Elm street.
Residence, corner of Hnn Jnelntnnml Fn.
Villon streots. itesldence tulenhona No
ooiiMiice iuiirliijlie iio. 1.
Hninennathlc I'll valctiiii.
special atlent on civon in iiiuenHva nt
wonicu and children. Urumtlatcd iioro eyos
oured. Olllco Witt Kim Btruet. PostoiUce
Bl.iek, Dullas, Texas.
After UlKIni! a thorounh enursa nf In.
qtnictlon at iho Kye liillrmury In Net
mra, uiierii 10 treat u 1 rchkcs or the eye,
sud males esneolailv. AiIib uviu
Ij u guilds, dkaler in hard
Mm Illia III 1 rilH . Alwn llm n. al.vi.lo.l
i iniiiKiiii. hiiiiiiiiii com. UI11C0 C01
iiicKHoii nun i.Himir street".
We are now prepared to soil and deliver
the bOHtqnsllty of Indian Territory, Black
smith tnd Authrsolte Coal, In Inrco and
mail quantities, and at lowest fisnrei,
Bona i n your oMor, Telcphoue ofDce of
DiHy Gtf Gaslight Co
Corn, Whont A Feed
rioor mm Machinery,
Henri for descriptive
Irculnr, iddrm Vlullj
rtlk VBAUil BDinOAbft n
Ul, ITU, 178 W.Vnst
B. I BOND &BRQ
Wkolcsal and llotall Denier. In
Attorney-at-Law aud Lsnd Agent,
Han Paha. Texas.
larkivlllo, Red River County, Texas.
Dallas rvfereneeai . M. TUlmau and
jor w. H. Wright.
Tehuaoaaa, Texaa. .
Baabaaldaa a trade armratar. a-
pariiuaat, la saecassfal aparatloa
Elocution and Oratory,
Xatural Mclenoe ,
Llteraturf , History,
Art, Music and Business.
Office No. 7S K tun street.
Methods of struoUoa Tin all de
partmon-a the best. So3 better work
done aujwhere in Teias. Address
for farther lufortuatioD,
I. A. J0lliS0,
President ro tern.
T. MONTGOM BUY.
(Countv Attorne Bavlor CnnntVi.
Attorney-at-Law snd Real Kutate Agent,
Dallas Bosiuess Colke.
no. lai main St., np stairs.
Newnrsetlnsl methoila. Tho k.,i,.
thaColle elsactuHllu all transaction; la
the .school money a;:d merchandise are
useu mat uave actum value. Advuntaees
ei"al to any Eastern or Northern oollego.
W. t. AMOS.
8. BULL, (County Attorney)
Atiornoy-Ht-Law and Laud Agen
Bftlrtl, Oftllahsn (.'onuty, Texas.
BOWIE (Moutngue t'o.),TEXA8.
t- Attorney and Cotiusellor-at-Law,
f!(SJinpeclal atteutlon to commercial and
vr Q. HENDERSON,
Atlanta. '1. j.
lTrjBfeolal attcntlor tilven to culleotions.
At torno j $-t-I. w,
Office In Federal Conrt bnlldlnor. wei!
side public BiiUHie. Will pructlce ln the
rsuiie huh reuerai iourtH.
Ran Angela, Texns.
nOONK & SCARBOROUGH.
JL Lawyers, Land and Collecting Agents,
T l U.. . .. .... ...i ,r
U . AJ. ... " 11 1.1. J.... JV.il,
Henrietta. Om,y Countv Texns
Attorney-at-Law and Bnnker,
Seymour. BavlorCountv. Texas.
Kxcuauiie bought aud sold to all tna
JEILL & YOUNG
Hlouhenvilla. Krath Ctnnnl v. Tnnia
K. H . N KILL. LKB YOUKO.
rpHE WE8T TKX'AN,
X. A neatiy-nrlnted 7-column naner.
publlslied at Uvalde. Texas, iu the internal
of West Texas Hulwcriptlon price, 11.60 a
year. AuverimiuKraies low ana cirouia
lion iari;e. Hiimpio copies free.
tiKiwf Hitim.. rTitpn. snd Pttbq.
This Is the Only Chartered Lottery of any
LOUISIANA STATE UHTEBY t&MPAV
Incorporated' ln IStiS for 2."i vnnrn hv tha
LSKlsluturo for eduoatlonal and charitable
purposes with a capital of l,tMX),00o to
which a rcMirva innd of over li'iLikkl hiui
l nee been added.
By an overwhelming populnr vote Its
franchise was made a part of the present
sihiu muaiiiuuou aaoptea iiecoiuuer t, a.
A BfLENnU) OPPORTUNITY TO WIA
Its Grand muffle Number TJrawlns will
take place monthly. It never scales or
postpones, look at the following Ulstrl
ExtraorOinary Seini-Anuual Drawing
Al Ntw OrliMi, DECEMBER 15,h, 18S5
Under the Supervision aud management ol
Ben. G. T. Heanrecard, of I.onlnlana
and Gen. Jnbsl A. Karlr, of Virginia.
OAFITAti XIIIZ2 8130,000
Nnticc-Tlclctsftre10 only. Halves, $5
t..r.i... .... n . -T
riiiu.,a, avunin, ti.
1 Capital l'rlr.eof tlun,uiiu IIW.OOO
1 (irund l'rljte of 60,001) 6,(K)0
1 Grand Prlr.s of 2.),DU0 'AJAiO
S l.aruo frlr.es of Kl.W Jo txit)
i Large rrises of 6,uoj 2J,0i
lt:; prises, amounting to
Application for rates to olulis i
made only to tbeotllce nithsCompa
'1-11X3 AJUAniO CITY
Short-hand .Type-writ ing and Telegraph
Has fuullltlea for lmiui.iini un.i
Kduoiitlon eonal to the best in Eastern or
Northern cities. Address for circular.
W. C. BUCK! AN, President,
Han Antonio, Texas.
BUSINESS AND RROHT uranna
School, Bt.Louls, Mo. ThU institution has
a larger attendance than all other com
merolal schools In the city combined, and
pliers the best facilities for giving thorough
Instruction lu the commercial and Eng.
lish branches and short-hand. Head for
CHAS. M. VillTSEY. E.8.LAE0HAB.
Jf. M. LARCH AB.
CHAS. M. WHTTNEY&CO.
81 Nassau Street, New York.
Deposits recolvod subject to sight draft.
throughout the United Htates. Interest
allowed on dally balances.
Vorresnonuents oi the Whitney National
Bank, of New Orleans.
Roy At, A. Ferris, John H. gabtos.
Cashier. Asslatani Cashier.
W. H. GASTON,
National Park Baua, New York; First
National Bana, Chlciio; Bank: of Com
merce, St. Louis; Citizen's fiaulc of Louis
iana, New Orleans; Louisville B nUug
This bank has superior facilities for mak
ing collections on all points ln Texas. Lib
eral terms extended to accounts of Bankers
aud Merchant. DALLAS, TEXAS.
W. H. THOMAS, O. C. SLAUGHTER,
K.J. GANNON, Cashier.
Amerinan lat'l Bani:
Paid tii Capital.,
Banks- Corporations aid Individual! Solieitil
, w. aJ
DluroTor..: W.H. Thomas, C.O.Slaugh
mil T . n j vrnnbuu, u. J rv IISOU
mcKoure. w. l. Mail. K .1 . Gun
FLIPPED, AOOC2S ft LOB IT.
II a h 1 1 Ts n
D ii 1Y IV & tt S.
Corner Elm and Poydras Streots,
DALLAS, TEXAS. '
New Orleans. Kor further laforu
write oieany, giving nillaildmss.
Remltbvl'OhTAL not Monoy
Kxnre.s Order. New York n7"uK" or
Draft nn NnwOrlnana I.ntl J. wllu cur
rency invariably nv exnronav: ? rr -X'
press charges on all sums or u UBWn-)
Addkrbskdi m. A. E-iV-...?..1-.
t. . .
Adilreaa rtnli.iw.ul!r". U Wake
Poslofflcs Moitiy Or'
y . 4 V1 1 1 S Vy a a ii a a.a
MEW OULKANf "
aw ttrleans. I,i
HJk L IS
DeStefana IW-mlsslon Meichanfs
CIQAtlH and TOBACCOS.
HKImBtret Dallas, Ta-
rts ll"B sritl rX. nt Cnur Tint, fir LCSO
Via It Koutt1. I'nwiIrM an, nuil In Him
Fniitr I'nwilpni win nin. .ml prerenl Hurl Crrnt aaa
r.i"t'l fnwilrn will arrvrnt ClACa. TV Fowl
renlji Pnwilnra will ltif.fit.n tit. mt.niw m m.,,
ami cream, twentr per eeiiU, ami nulu lbs laaaw fU
rontr i-nwnrr. win ntr er "rwtit uimt
"Fi wi wnirn tntt-. i am. ara I
fovrs's fowiwiss wta uita sariar,
HIDES, WOOL PELTRIES
110 Camp and 1005 Bin
iMasikilf rnrx-l i wm at lu., ( 1
iOf Mfar. I
IttavatataW afaaBhaA Cast (bb Cart
"HQ., 4.H1 Main. ItellYeietihnnViy""""
SCHOELLKOPF & CO.
Manufacturers and Dealers In
W. lis JsCODT A CO.
ilooi Parlor Salts.
uood I'humbor Salts
All One goods In proportion,
BAD and (HI ElmjHireot, Dallas, Texas.
LEON & H. BLUM
Importers and Wholesale Dealers ln r
STAPLE nnrt FANOV
Hats. Boots and Shoo?,
ftt.nnrt ItF.WATJr, Will, aat-v niaal
yi.vvy of private d l.eana Hpermator
DB. RiCHAU'S GOLDEN REMEDIES
TAIL TO CCKK.
KoMoronrv. nn rmtrietinn nt rti. m.
euiars ssnt, Correpondonoe answered
priiinptly. Address Dlt. O. B, .BIOU
AUD,, So. sa Varlek alreet. K. V. .
S. II. MoDRIDEL
1818 Elm Street.
agent for Sna, of laa rranelsee. -
RFH. ICTiW IflliT ss. VflTlBV PIT,1
1 mmmm .Ml Hal AsVlaaVUI ft Waasasaaef
flWrfal r In tVanb Waaaa.ai
w as aaiaa aav ww uJN at
X T1 T.T1AT.n I
U.I aaoil atalaiStMot.
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