The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 95, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 30, 1876 Page: 4 of 4
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THK VAII-T HriUI.M
u4 luar hotel.
All ilrllMiiiiwiW ! I'rlla with
whom wa liava im amaiunM''""' ''
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r.i V l. H Ul IIISIll'S lllSOIllUU 'u ilia nasi
''V.'? 'j!!!?' Wr. alMlit In llarlll'l Willi
vliiuii we likva iiurrxiit aiHSiuiiU. must Im
Mill roll ON UBI.IVKSV.
Tt'KHUiT MORNINU I I I I I I MAT 110.
Milliner Ooodi Im Hun Cart I
At a. Iralatin Mi Main sti'W't tut tlioiwit
mir days I will ll my niulrs sik i
Mummer Mlliluury tiooU twautylWs par
(Mint loss than Importing nuroa In onlur In
make room fur a Fall si"a. Tula rwluoUou
IiiuIikIub trimmed aa woll m uiilrlmmwl
iKHla. Coma and satisfy y'JHriwI vim nf III
toil. Allonlurifor MlllliiryOiH'l.rimiuy
ltj.mli.il in. Turliaii unci OiiU'imlRl liu
ditlly iwelvwl. . mayMf
Ptrlilta Milllstrs l".
Mrs. E.Tynes ffl'J Miiln annul l iww In
lisrnaw ml slamml nUim Willi tlm ilni sl
Unk of nil llieleiasl sylss liilllllii.ry kmimIi
vnr lruuliL ti IIiIm city. Him is niMiuuiiy
rmwIHii w ijimkIs from the Kasl.
To embaimo vacant lot In oily for liormin
muli or nxoii. Address I' i71' ''"'
Ktil tilite for Bala and Cunnings.
We have eighty lliuiisand aurua of uiilra
provail wuaUirn litmla fur sale at rlnoa rami
lug from II.MU to M.OU pur Bore Alan aiiturif
liupnivml farme lu Halls anil adjoining
counties. Bit plimeeof dnalralilo oily prop
rty for aula or axohauKO f" funning Innda.
Our Hat of olty property for nilu ooiiliilna
soma of the moHt Uuelmlile maldminss Biid
bullillni lota In tha olty. Wa ckii aall m
trade for merchandise 2171 sores of heavily
Umbered laud ou tha Kiut f ork of Trinity
rlvr. The timber la prlnolrmlly hola d' arc
und very valuable. W offer Hi u ImrKnlii IS
acrea of laud ueur the Fair tlroiiuda which
la dally Increasing In vnluu mid a rare
oh an oo for a good luvnatinunt
JOHN UUO0K ft CO.
Ilitat Estate Agenls.oiipoilta LuUruud lintel.
Turbtm I Turbim I Turblnl I
lly request of lha ladles of Dallas Mr H
Irnlann tho Main street Millinery and Im-
porting llouaii hm ordered reoulvod and
now huaoii exhllilllou a lot of bluuk while
and brown straw tnrbima at reasonable
J. 0 Booth & Co.
Allot loniwn KI Klin street Auotlon aides
nvary day Jluya and sells aoonnd hand fur-
niture horses ponlta ola. inayltl-dtf
Iiadloa cull aud aae th beautiful atylua
dally arriving aud btlng aold lower limn at
any other house .lu the oily at nit Main
I'hlp liata at (1 Ml oanb In I'tury alylea and
color alt. Iralaon'a M Main atruet.
J. V. CKIId.fi
Burgoon and l'liynlolau. Ollloti No. 4tn Main
atreot up atulra Itooin No. 1 whore he Will
ho found a tall hours both day aud night
()no hundred reams Uhhub pnper nt
Reed & Latlirop'g nt $'i 26 a renin. Ad.
The gult Tor libel of C. Q. do (Irote
vs. I K. Davla la belnu tried by Justice
Head Dr. Falrchlld'a ndvertlHO
mentlu Ruother culuuiu headed l'rl
Have your watches anil Jewelry
repaired and warranted at Webb's 606
Main street. Ad.
The first Ave miles of the Dnllus
and Wichita Railway will be finished
In two weeks aud one hundred tulles
by September 1 1870.- "flswell.
Mr. O. W. Christlau desires in a
publlo manner to thank all those who
have been so kind lu aiding htm In
this the time of need.
TheSau Jaolnto Park band was
organized to.dtty with Professor Rauer
as lnstruotor and It bids fair to be the
baud of the olty of Dallas.
The weather continues fine for
harvesting aud the farmers are as
busy as beavers In the wheat field
The yield Is enough to make glad their
Mr. John Clements of Kentucky
la now In the county pronpeotlug with
a view of settling here. To suob men
as Mr. a Tub Herald will always ex
tend warm welcome.
There were more business
stirs than usual at this time
of the vear verterdav. ami mi.
merohanta are ready for the farmers as
soon as wheat oommeuoes coming lu.
If you are going to Cheyenne
Springfield Neosho Vlnita or New
Orleans and waut to save money go
to Jahnson & Manget LeQrand Hotel
and buy your ticket. They buy tickets
to all points. Ad.
-Tickets to New York Washing-
ton Cheyenne Kansas City Parsons
Vlnita and Bprlngfleld for sale cheap
by Johnson & Manget LeUrand
Hotel. They also buy aud sell rail-
road tickets to all points. Ad.
DeStefano Bros. No. 313 Mains
have Just received fifty loxs of choice
Messina oranges and lemons also a
large stock of nuts candlesand tropical
fruits whloh they offer to the trade at
the lowest prloes. -4i
Charley negro boy about fifteen
years of age living at Mrs. Turner's
oorner of Market street and Paclflo
avenue was accidentally drowned In
the Trinity near the railway bridge
Bunday morning. A oorouer'a Inquest
found the usual verdict.
Those croquet sets are selling fast
but more are on the way; also choice
and late books Just from the prest; also
constantly arriving all kinds of sta-
iluimry prlnlc rs' materlul ami miliuns
all In he sold flllSAI'al Hoed
nip's WIS Main street. -M.
-Til it I Ink 1 D pulilUlicg daily mar
ket repuM friini New Orleans New
York Ht. Mulls niloap ami nam-
mure; nve or inu icauiiigi"'!"""""""
uenlers of the Union. This la of gnul
liiipiirtuiiiie lulhii unlive wldn-awake
iuituIiuiiLh of N0HI1 Texas. e Will
also publish hereafter the I-omlon ami
Liverpool markets of the day previous.
'Do you know now" snld he
"that J'dllke to go to the (Jeiiteanlal
ami If 1 uW give my father any e.
oiiaefur going ho would furnish me
the money? "Tell hlm" euld she
"that you want to go to fluiah your
eilmmilon" When a piquant llitle
beauty strikes a fellow with lightning
lu this sort of way there Is 110 proted'
tlun but In wearing a lightning rod
We hud omsaNion to call 011 Men
dames Jliihh and Riuiniay a few ilaya
ugo not to have a ilrcm muduor to buy
a fancy bonnet or fitlnu hair or a onx
of lllly white not for all that; we only
happened to drop In. We foiiml every
thing as neat ft a pin and as select 11 11
iiHHortmciit of the moat fiiHliloiialile
dress and millinery goods oyer brought
to Dallas. To Hie ladles we say give
them a call Hee card.
Bishop (larrettclonoil thoservlcrs
at Ht. Matthew's (mlliedrul oil Hiimhiy
night Willi homo very forcible nod
1 llliy reiiinrlis tniiuhiiig Hie duly of
uliurchmeu. lu the morning HIIVU
notice that he hail dlreutuil that the
eatheilral bull Nhould not bu rung at
nlKbt us it would illHturli tliu ili'dlcii-
tiou servlues of tlie Jewish Hynnuuiiii
next door a piece of delicate consid
eration and courliiMy very cliuriKiteris.
tloof this nolile (ypuof the christian
gentleman ami liberal minded divine.
Invltntlons nre out for a largo ami
Hclcet moonlight picnic at Long's 1 11 lie
on l'rldny night next. Weather per
milting It will eclipse everything of
the kind heretofore glvcK.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Litllehule were very much pained lo
learn ycMonlny morning of the death
of their Infant child which occurred
ut tho Kan Jacinto hotel Tho child
bud been III fur some days and only
recently arrived with his mother from
Boston. The funeral took place IiinI
evening. Tine 1Ikhai.ii extemlH to the
bereaved parents ltHympathlcH In this
their hour of ullllution.
Another "Long A ceiled KhiiI."
Our cotomporary The Weekly In-
telligencer recogni.lng the liccfHsity
for a llrst class evening paper on a want
long needed has commenced the pub-
lication of an evening-edition. With
tlireo evening papers und two of them
long ueoded wants there will bo 110
lack of spicy news for the mllllou
every evening. The Intelligencer In
little but as full of news as a pod of red
pepper Is of lire.
4'OUtf llllllll Hull.
A grantl centennial ball will he given
at the Commonwealth College Lively
Hall building Tuesiluy evening July
4th 1870 under the auspices of the
oltl.ens of Dallas and the young ladles
and gentlemen students of tho college.
The proceeds will be appropriated to
the purchase of uniforms for the Com
monwealth Silver Rand. The instru-
ments of this band were Imported from
Kurope und cost more tlmn those
owned by any other musical orgauiitit-
tlou in the State. A majority of the
baud are students of the collego and
known rcsldente of our olty well
worthy of the liberal enoouragemcnt
of ull good citizens.
'i jiK riot.t.M t i ll
.iel rrw imirloAnll
Mi-rs. June Peak late City Mar-
ahal W. O. Htcrrett attorney at law
William Levy merchant (Young
Levy) ami Mr. W. 11. Cro.lor return-
ml last night from a three weeks' trip
Into the northwestern part of the
Hlale They went ou a grand liuiu
aud had splendid sport and a good
time generally game of all sorts being
aliuniU'it They penetrated about two
hundred aud sixty miles as fur as
Throckmorton Clay and Archer coun-
ties to Beaver creek and visited the
amine of the gallunt General Van
Horn's light with the Indians.
They saw no Indians themselves
Inil bring news of a recent fight seven-ty-flve
tulles beyond Henrietta be-
tween a small party of whites and lu-
ll I aim lu which ouu white man a wag-
oner Iroin Koi t Kill was killed. They
represent the country us a very beau
llful one ulioiimllug In game aud as
allnrilliig a great future for farming
ami stock raising. The range is line
ami tho Ncunery and water cotirai
Tills I lliu third (rip these geiitl
men have made Into that valley of
Virginia kind of country. They pro
pose this tall lo go out again and an
tlclputu having another royal time
The whole parly uro fearfully sun
burnt lull barrlnir this enhancement
of their personal pulchritude have
fattened nil wonderfully. Roughing it
seems to have agreed with tliein all
They fill brought their scalps line
Willi them hut sad to relate hud 11
opportunity of lifting any hair while
lu their happy hunting grounds.
Mel orinli k Urnln Hinders.
Mr. Older Hying twelve miles north
of Diilhis 011 the McKinncy road has
the reputation of being the most suc
cessful wheat crower lu north Texas
utter looking the whole Held of Itiiip
ers Binders ulc over he bought.
Mct'ormlck Harvester unil Blndcr. and
u McConulcIt Advance ami hlsM
t'ol iiilck Hinder proves to complete
success 11ml so much of a curiosity that
ho has qultu a rush of people from
town who are anxious to hi1
tho machine (hat is
work co in 1 dot n revolution
lu wheat raising. The McCormh
binder is so arranged that cvon a boy
inn work It successfully lu light heavy
loilgy tangled nr any sort of grain
and do good work and Mr Obler was
working It with two mules only.
These Improvements made by sue
a houso its McCormick's our farmers
and business men waut to make a note
of this Is what we need In Texas
Mr. Obler has six hundred and fifty
acres of grain to harvest this yeuron
Ills dlll'ereut farms.
A New t'liimg-e In I lie Hotel Hualnesa.
Mr. K C. Parker and 10. R. Hayes
havo purchased uu one-half interest in
the Union hotel East Dallas wilh Mr.
Cleveland. These geutlemen are fa
vorably known in our oommuulty be-
ing connected with some of our lead-
ing morobante. The Union hotel now
deserves tho hearty support of our citi-
zens and boarding public as it is not
only upon a solid basis but lias by the
practical hotel experience of Mr. Clove-
land won for itself the reputation of a
first-class hotel and the charges being
only two dollars per day proves con
oiusiveiy mat tneae gentlemen are
willing to live up to the old adage
"Iilve and let live."
Honorable & L. Duhouy of Paris is
in the city.
Mr. A. D. Johnson will be off to the
Centennial lu a few days. .
Major Helm still lies lu a very crltl
cal ooildltlon at Ills resldeuoe.
D. T. Rledsoe Esq. a prominent
member of the Cleburne bar has been
in our city several days as a lay dels
gate to the Episcopal Annual Couvooa.
tiou and returns home to-day.
Mr. Thomas Simpson a brother of
our esteemed chief who went out with
General Ryrne's Texas and Paolflc
laud surveying party has returued
after several mouths of life beyond
the frontier improved in health vastly
Mr. Evans the accomplished por
trait and fresooe painter has reason to
feel gratified oould he have heard the
praise bestowed upon bla beautiful
work In the Jewish Synagogue.
Professor Rauer organist of the Jew
ish Synagage was the recipient yes
terday of a handsome gold headed
cane with the Inscription : "Presented
to Professor Bauer by the choir Emau-
uel May 20 1878." A worthy cempll-
ment to a worthier musician and com-
poser. :' '.'rJ' '? : 1
Mra. Wueadon (wife of Major Whea-
don late of the LeQrand hotel and
the present proprietor of the Beersheba
Springs Tennessee) who has been dan-
gerously ill was somewhat' easier yes-
terday evening and hopes are enter
tained of hr recovery.
Professor Ruuer has organized
bund (o perforin at the Bau Jacinto
l'.irli 011 Sundays noil the proprietors
it will be seen by reference to tho ail
verllsemeut elsewhere liavo engaged
nddilioiial talent and this populur re
sort will continue to grow lu favor and
The lOleviiinr nnl Compress Company
Tho machinery for the grain eleva
tor is being rapidly put in position as
Is that of tho new cotton compress ad
Joining. The houses n)w occupied by
the ground which is to form the ootton
yard will be removed nt once und the
l.rlck work for the wall around conv
menced. Mr. Stare the superiuten
dont of the elevator and Mr. Ruiney
the superintendent of the compress.
are each experienced aud practloul
men and will soouhuve their ropec-
tlve institutions ready for action.
Policemen Rice aud Miio'.iiinoll of
tho now polloo foroe wero brought be
fore the Polloe Hoard Saturday upon
a charge of indiscretion or dereliotlon
of duty. The ohnrgoa were not sus
tallied and the men Wero honorably
acquitted. The citizens at the Union
Depot and neighborhood whore Po
licemeu Rice and McCouu'ell have
been on duty since they were appolut
ed as night watchmen report that they
have performed their duty to the satis'
faction of them all and that they are
vigilant polite aud reliable. Thk II kk
ai.d notes this as a matter of Justice to
two faithful officers.
A protracted meeting Is now in pro
gress at the Christian Church con
ducted by the pastor. Preaching every
uight at eight o'olock. During the
meeting the following subjects will be
discussed: "Religion What I It?"
"The Law of the Spirit of Life;" "Con'
version;" "Baptism of the Holy
Spirit;" "The Work of the Spirit In
Conversion;" "Dlvlue aud - Human
Agency in Religion;" "The Unity of
the . Church;" "Reconciliation;" "Re
generation or the New Birth;" "Moral
aud Positive Law;" "The Church of
Christ Its Foundation." AH are re
spectfully Invited to attend these meet
tugs. Come and we will do you good.
1 . . ....
Mr. Sain Boyd the leading compress
ootton man pf New Orleans who has
beeu visiting our city aud vicinity
several dayB left for home last night-
He expressed himself delighted with
the thrift enterprise aud progress of
Dallas and the beauty aud fertility of
the surrounding country.
The young men of Dallas who may
wish to have a thorough practical
knowledge of surveying are iuvlted to
oall and see F. A. Whiteecarver upon
that subject. Room No. 6 Dallas In-
M .11 CULTS It V TlXEIJK AI'll.
NSW VnsK May W.-lliild owned at tla
ami i'I'kwI at 11!.. sgitlntt nil'. H.iliirditi.
I'aiiyins and i.uimli.s n.l'i ' W I'
nht. Uiuua wart aim limiln llul lor buimw
lug UriilluiM worn dun lo mi'ia uilul
tonn nf Kuropnaii iluiietuhce. and rupoile
that Ilium wmu Initio f.ifolgu urdeia for gralu
Money 'J'v'l per iwnl. premium. Mereau-
tile .art.r 4il per cent. '
Ciintoni leimlpla Hisimu. Aailalaiil Treaa-
Ul.1 UlaliUI Mllivll la llOuU. Ural IIS III -
merlins; exchange; ilily ilaya It US; du
OollimlK-ISill If.'; I IWH 11.11 iwrt new
IIU; Ho 111 Ul'i: do IMIH ll7'i new 1171
III d regulur II; do eiiupoua cur.
reuey IK ilTr
(JiiVaiiiuml liuiida stead)'
llallroad Isuiila dull
HI11U1 aei urltlea lli in.
Hloeka ilM'llued '..J.1 Ht tlie opening nil
Hie iciliiolliiu nr pauei.ger Nre In Ilia weal
Iml xm 11 liei ainHklrunu end advanced V i
percent. The rwluellnu lu farea waa made
lii preeldllale a aei Helm ut nf Ihn riillinail
war. Hi" market cliwcil dull and lha Im-
provement was partially IimI.
HT. Iuiis May 211-lleinp nominal U'im
II. Klinir dull 1111. 1 Weuk ami little lin-
ing; low mid 1111 diiini grud.'a Ilia I. i'l
xtHif ''' Wheal llrllll'i; . i
II CI; Nn. II I III' bloj Nn. i do Minl'ilo
INiMI lower i No. 'i mixed mt;lo eaali; tl't
May. O11U lower and liianllvual l'ii. Ityr
miner at 11-Sn.ln. Hurley iinlhliig iliilug.
Whlaky aleauy; held al II lis. Hmier In-
aellve; choleu y. How diilry HiintiJc; de
I'liuiilrr l..ie l.'lnliiii. Kiiga enal. r at D'yi
Inn. Ilnydiill; pruh in Is nil im. I'nrk lowni;
Jnlihliig III' 'C i. luy lull meal dull ami
iiiiiulniilii'leur rilinlli'ied nt l'"i'rl.Hlf'i.i'iliK
mid lis'; clear aide Huenn lower nt vl
In1 11 nd in"". Laid dull; H'u saked for
Cnicaoo May 2fi.-l'lniir dull unchannil.
Wheal iliiiiiiiiil iieilve mid hlilier; No 'J.
aerlng II wi'i pot; II iMkI m'H lor luie.
I'urii aellvn but luaei; Nii.H liu aiot: 4lli'
1 11 in' iiala liili'ili iiiiiiid mill liiwi'i;Nn. J
w'.n apulj Win July. Itye aH'iuly slid III III
at 'ilniVU' '. I fin ley Irrigiilm HI Tlie tjml; .'if
r.t.'il lor .In lie.
Nkw Vuhk. May W.-I'lour opened firm
and eloaeil iiulel; aiiiH'rlluu ueateru II I1114
4 fin;nitmmou lo guud ll.'i ni i'iii !; giHid lo
eholee . ;ii.i i'i. Wheal dull and heavy;
N. arlili'o at II 2; No. 1 aprliiK II lH'id
1 HI. V im In fitlrdemaiid end liiialer; mixed
wi'su.rli liioiriuleil (iTniiiii j Knnaaa liliu Oal
dull; 111 1 x I wia'.'in 4:'m I'm.
IUi.timdiik May tw 1 'urn dull and lower;
VIV' 'SV lor lulled Weal. rn.
CiiicaiIo May !!.- 'nl tie r Iita 8(Hili
head; iniirln l lalrly and firmer; i owa lo cckiiI
slilppuiK aleera II lifi'il 7r; liiileliera tl 7:1;
giHid hliplug 81 'Aii'il I"'! heal i(6 M.
Iliilia-ltei'idpls la.lHiO head; nmrliet opened
ateailv and cloueii iilinul Hai lowyr all
Ai'inoiill pai klng al III lentil .i; common 10
choleu alileplnv III Uf'iall Ml; I'lilladelphlaa
Ih'I 7(i; llulil III i"'0' lx.; ali' iiiui.lly ut Ml vl
hheep alcady; short clipped H Vyfl; wool-
hr I.i.ii im. May 27. Hii.wHhlpiliiu ura.lea;
Yorkers ff 7.i(H; liaenu .'i Mlntil; liulchorM
s-i len.all 1.1; Hhtplilng Mirjl'i. Itecclpts liluli
Cuttle Sli2piiln Krailea Nlnw and Utile do-
Ihk; liiileliera tl rait and ncllve; Kood to choice
native aleera II .'il)i r.r; meillum to lair. M
Ml 7W; ipony U 7.'iia I; cowa I.H Hi' .full ki'i
atockers II iriMl fuedera H ;i7't(itl U'if-i-Iteeelpta
Hlieeii-lulet; medliiiii to good clipped
m iNn.t I 4.V good to fum y II 7ri.i.r ru. itu-
culpla II Ucail.
Hot nml Cold llul lis nt Wilton's fi
ell Dlnialrcet. deoi.'slly
No I Ice.
The regular annual meeting of the stock
holder of The Dallas Herald Printing Com
puny will bo held at the Exchange Hank lu
Die ally of Dallas Monday afternoon at
o'clock for the purpesu of ducting Director
for iheeusutug year lly order of the l'reat
dent. W. 1.. M ALON10 Secretary
The copartnership exiatlng between tl
uiiilvraiKned uiiiier me II nil name or K
I. vie. him this day hecu dissolved hjr mill mil
coiiHcnl K 1. I.ylu letliing. T. J. Keeton
will continue the oualneHs under lila ow
name auu usauinus all the llalillltlea of.tl
line urni. r. 1 1 1.1 i.r.
Dallas Texan May iiilih 18711.
In retlrlnal take nlcamire In thnnklnir in
friends fnr Ihn liberal iiiitronaKB livruiorore
exieiuled to me mid solicit a eoiitlnuanee 01
me same lor my auccesMir. K. 1' L.11.K
Nlnle Oceiii(lon Tax Nollce.
Allpcrsoualn srreuri with the Hlale fo
Occupation Tax will look to their Interest
by coming forward without further delay
and make payment aa this tax will be col
lecled strlotly In accordance with law.
W. H. PKATIIEB Tax Collector.
Dallas May 6 1870. inayS-dlino
WEDNESDAY MAY 3
MIL AND MRS. K0ST
la their oek'brnU'd Tyrolonn Uiiotta. Loku
I " vvniiuoiMln
low nrogmmme nlehtly. Fluest ruuali.
uunr tiDiuw.rifliiiut i nii.inn lu- p..H
Man Jacinto l'urk Hand.
Tho oar la aiockutl with tlin flnnat hi i .
Laser lleer. all iinnroved lea.llnu lru..io
".-'-"....-'...-'.. w-... ..very KII1U
uiay.W-lt JO; Ml ki.i.ck l'rop'r.
ri MMJHTKK'MMALI.:. Itv vlrlna r . ..7
1 deed of lruat..execiit.ul nn tl.. oiu.
I.... A l. ir.1 .rt -r"'..1."
1). Jackson and wife to aeeurn A mUi..i:.. ..
the payment of a certain promissory note
.... .uiu ui ouo iiiuusanu dollars
which 'alii note became iIha ....
jiu. . .. u .r ...... .... . . ' "'v'
u.j ... .. io.o ipee oeok HI
jmgea 4i aud 44 Dallas County Itccordi
on Wmlneailay the Slat day nf June A. 1
IK76at Ihc Courtbouae door lu the olty ami
county of Dallas to the h In heat bidder for
cash in hand the rollnwlnu .l..aiiw..i V...
and personal proficrty.to-wll; A certain tract
of laud altuated on Duck creek lu Dallas
comity Texas being lot No. 11 out of east
half of Bfctlou No. to a part of the estate of
""' ui'wini aiiio auoiner tract
on toe waters of said orcek about 13 mine
north H5 east from Dallas belua part of a I til
acre survey natented in A. M k'... k. ...
aald traou containing elghiy acres of land.
Also a wrtaln ateam grlat mill altuated on
aald land together with the eumuea burn
and machinery belonging thereto. Also a
.H.u.w.i Kwiin warea ano mnrniiAn.
illse In a certain aur-rnorn uiMinaald prem
n.i-a ui.i..i..t.. .....- !
mayjusti j. u. EULEN Truatee
TO THE CltAlT
A Power Press For Sale
W.huve for Male a IJnwsr I'fi-ss ) '"";'
Coudlilou and at a lUaaoiialde I'l'cc l"f
Cash or Negotiable Pacer
ri.M. i..irin ui aet a bargain w III do wal
to addreaa THK IIKHAI.W !'
may'IAwtf IIHIA' THUS.
The Great Sunimcr Sale of Fiuc Ecady
3D Dajat 30 Iuj!l (In)H!n
New York Clothing House
We are under many nlillgullona lo the clt-
l..na .l llalUa ami mi mm ml I ii a enillltr)'. lor
ii. ..I ..rl i In v have eltruded
lowanl ua din ing our stay here and liioriler
t.ialiowoiiriippii i laili'ii und fully carry nil
iiyoiieaud all of our foiiner Ideas wh all
adhere to Ihc mono ' IJini U aiea nun piiiiiii
I'lolU." WuliavH una uny iniiini a minro
.i r..r ii. ni.il Tlilrlv Hays will re
IM.IVH Iroin ourN'W York Manufacturing
KHlabllahnienl all the neoeaaarles ol the seie
i ...a ..i..t i i tut hunt iinli.rweiir. boots am
ilioia. and a eoiuhlned new aaaorllneiitof
..l.l u.ti.iH iiimiImIiIiiu uooda 1 lid slock
will lie uili.red at a gieal rluctloii from our
luiineruHorls and must bring conviction to
llin aaaeriiona made that III" New York
I'lolhlug llouae lathe lowest prion clothing
house III Texas inajsi-n
3Vo. aiO Coiimirrre Nlrecl
BOTTO'S OLD STAND
Ladies Ready Made Wear
Have In Htook and Arriving Every Day
1.INKN aud WHITE HUITH LADIKH UN-
DEUWKAll WHAl'PKIW of all HKHItll1
TIONH; TOILET AIITICI.KK; EANH KAN
CIIAINH: COKHBTH 1IDHK ULOVKt)
HAIll I'INH NKCKT1EH CULLAIW
and adeueriil Asaorl merit of Ladles wear In
tiilcHl Htylea ami Kcst quality anil Flnlsli
.The Instantaneous and infallible
remedy for Neuralgia at Hoeklni A
Howell's drug store Dallaa.
NO MERCURY GIVEN
CURES GUARANTEED IN ALL CASE?
Dallas Medical Institute
OFFICE. COR. 1UJ m rOTWlSSTJ IP-STAIE!.
DR. FAlltcHir.n i.th.ni. dk........ .
n L ' . . VMJ "jaiciau
reaui exoiuaive v. and n1;u
lIl.MI nlh.M.nll... . . '
7.. .w.i.f.erjr inrrn oi aecretdla-
aaea of both aexee where skill and .v-i.
?22!IVTO ?" ult the
" '...io nnu aencate trouolea
r.!?"."J!a rr"Pondencc aacreill eonflden.
Vh.".r!" m'"''- and within reaon. of
Ji n.1'??" wllh fu" fslrucil". fr
ualng) aent to an part of the eounlry br
mall or express sreure Iromnliurv
no are minrltiaT tmm that ..
n and xdy deatroylng dlaeaae" HeHilnai
freaknem. bronthl on 1. iniSVf
yooth and aaon.ua of mature ae whirh .
jlrelx unni the rT.rerfr rnVrrlM.o? bC
CHiLb' 'tmnny " by D FAIR.
Remember the tolaea. nrn u.i-
l.?r 7f nnfU- " !" n corne wr ti
..a addre letunra I)H.FAIBCIliU)!DaTli.
LEHMAN & N0T1IAF
Manufacturors of and Dealers In
405 E1M St Dallas Teias.
mnyOdlm ' '
Notice to uil(lcrs !
Healed proposals for building a Methodist
Church In the city ot Waco will be received
unni rue nrsi nay oi June innt ut u in.
Hal I hulldliiK Is tobeJKiHU feet two stories;
walla of brick and constructed accordion to
plans and specifications which may he seen
hi. i ne oiuee or ton waco national tsuuk
Address W. A. KUKT.Ch'u HulldlUK Com.
Wauo Texas May H 1K7U. ciaylll-diw
504 Main St. Dallas.
OLDEST JEWELRY HOUSE IN THE CITY
WIIIILKSALK AND 'IIKM1L UKAU'R W
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
CLOCKS SILVER WARE
GOLD PENS SPECTACLES. ETC.
AND ALL KINDS OF
h Jewelry Mads to Order.
Bepairiaa; f ill li.j tM k lltmuui ui...
ONE THAT CAN NOT BE REFUTED
TIS PLAIN BUT . VET TRUE
Owlnx lo (he cxlrcmo dull llmen and wan-iiy f
uro determined lo put Clooda down lower than ever
Teiaaj. II Im iiHiU'Ki for our competitor to tell y0
uill Hell Goods) "cheaper;' Hum iim for It U "ipoNslbin.a
fiM lliUeM for iiurciinMliig lire equal If not Niiperlor loByi
thU HCtllou nn wo buy only from Importer and Miuiuruoi
LOOK AT riMCES AND COMPARE WITH OTHERS!
PRINTS extra good f to 7c
FUUALS 12 l-20
BLEACHED DOMESTIC 4-4 good j0o
SILKS reduced from $2 00 to 11 $0
ECRU SCARFS reduced from $2 00 toiias
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF ECRU LACE AT COST!
A Complete Assortment of Ladies' Dress Goods!
Also tots and Shoes at Corresponding low Figures!
This) advcrtiKCiucnt Im not "bunkum" mm we mean ftliul
tiny. Terms) cnn or no kuUs
JOHN CUKE'S THREAD Wound on Black Siooli
CLA11K BltYAN & 13H0S.
CONTRACTORS AND BU
E. a SMITH.
GILL & SMITH
No. 1114 Elm Street
XHAR C1TI MIDI! STORK.
Will tftkA f7niilra(.tH fnr all bin. la nf H..I1.1 lr.D .III... llll. nr Wnrwl rnmolcte. If J
Want Uoud llonrst Wo k Ulvo us n Trial. W refer totlioWork we liavo lwnp.'nill
A.ivHia wo jiitvB w urutiu nor. iiiiiju
CARDS. MI.1. IIEAI)). I.ETTKB HKADJ
KKIKFN. MAM. TinitVI'N eiMCUUW
FIISTF.KS FVNKKAI. TIOKKIS. A1SIUA1
SI ATKMKNTf. UII.I.S Of LAMIHO lu.
lone ehonp A quick at lh H rnl W
ALFRED C. GARSIA & CO
ixjiuk iDierestd In tha oai vputam
MILL COMPANY wears prepared to handle
wuuai uii consignment upon whloh we will
ii-te ii iwrai i-asn ananee. mayUMUm
CoBsnlUtUos ii hmi u liki 1'
mar90dlm . ...-.
A New Enterprise !
rSSiS!..'.V. L"."f of Iallaa county
facturs """laoiurera to manu.
Ail Kinds of WooleaGoods
Anil will - .
Holla. v.i t Fn"TV. eOTtmn bnalneas In
iP lru' Jeans riannela. Cajlmr
aa.. .J'11" Woolsn Mill. Dallas. Te.
Adpalnlng Cltjr Klonr Mlll. Jilmwf
Goldsmith Rosenthal & Co
Al THEY ARE SELLIXQ OOOOS
Cheaper Than Any House In Texas
80 CH A8
GRENADINES LINEN LAAVKS
StLoes 3Eltts TLto&leXf
LADIES' TIES FANS BELTS j
TOWELS TABLE LINE KM NAPKIN?
GLASSWARE. CROCKERY ETC. ;
THE MILLINERY TRiDE GENElUltf
WUl And the Moat Com pie t stock of
Frencli Flowers Feathers Aibbons Sats TfiismiDg
GOLDSMITH ROSENTHAL & CO
7i4 Eim street.
OUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED
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