The Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 296, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 21, 1886 Page: 3 of 8
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The hotel arrivals yesterday were
Pnttl llOM will bo hero oti the :14th
The average price of cotton III Dal-
las is 7.90.
Commerce street is still in process
Tho wind has lulled and the dust
nuisance is somewhat abatod.
There is talk of connecting Corsi-
cana with Dallas by telophone.
Real estate dealers are active. They
aro making liny while the sun shines.
Day board :U0 per week. Kim up-
stairs. Tho Texas & Pacific did tho henv-
let. dnv's work of the year on Sun
day last. I
New York Celery at CrowdW.
Remember that tho grand Gift COO-
ccrt and Drawing in aid of tho Con-
federate Homo comes oft' at Austin
Fresh Country Butter and Eggs
always on hand at Crowd us'.
W. M. Johnson has finished the sur-
vey and tiled for record a map of
Middleton llros. Oak (i rove addition
to Dallas on McKinney avenue.
Watches both silver and gold finest
and best at Ivnepfly's.
Workmen aro leveling the ground
around the new M. K. Church. The
mason work has ceased until spring
when the towers will bo finished.
tin in EknaWfcv Sr. Co.. 1503 Main for
everything in the jewelry line; cheap-
er than anywhere else.
I The Exchange Hank of this city is
to bo converted into a national bnnk
shortly. Mr. N. A. McMillan of
Waxahachic. is to be connected with
There is DO special news from the
(iulf& Pacific people. It is under-1
stood that the road is all right and
work will begin next week as hereto-
fore slated by (he IIkkai.d.
Dallas Steam Laundry 607 Cont-
inerco street calls for and delivers
geods promptly. Both telephones.
The San Jaeinfo street car track II
being lowered in spots and otherwise
improved. A little attion to the track
on the extreme upper end would be;
conducive to the comfort of passen-
gers. Silver Cups Napkin Kings and drd
Receivers of all kinds and beautiful
patents at Knepfly'a.
Sam 1 ling the Chinese nabob of B
Paso is in tho city and his celestial
couutenauce is really expressive of joy. I
Mrs. Sam 11 ing 'presented her hus-
baud with a bran new boy a few days
Go to Doherty Ai Co. 60:t Main for
everything in the jewelry line; cheaper
than any wlicrc oiso.
Gov. Brown president of tho Dou
rer & Wichita Railroad says that he
has not beard of any purchase of his J
road by the Gull Colorado & Santa
je company. That rework gives the
rumored sale a black eye.
Kast Dallas isn't much behind its i
"daddy" in the way of improvements!
Buildings arc going up in all direc-
tions and they arc to have a school
hoilM which when completed will do
houor to the enterprise of its people
A fine lino of clocks and watches
any one of which would make a most '
apprecirted Christinas gift to mother 1
daughter or sister are to be found at
Knepfly & bon's.
Some one asked yesterday why the
cars were not running on the Dallas ft
Greenville Railroad. Tho answer is j
that they have not been able to pro-
MUM rolling stock. This will be over- j
come in a few days when a public an- i
nouueement will be made.
At an election held by Queen City
Lodge No. 941 Knights of Honor
yesterday the following olllcers were '
chosen: John C. Storey dictator; K. !
Stafford vice dictator: Tom Martin
assistant dictator; J. Fish reporter:
John T. Carter finance reporter; Big-
mund Locb treasurer; John Herrman.
guardian; Godfrey sentinel; Ben j
Meyer chaplain. Sigmund Loeb was I
elected representative and John C.
Storey alternate to the grand lodge.
If you want your watch put in
thorough repair take it to Emory Hall I
"Onr Watchmaker" 860 Elm street
near the postofflce.
Tito Colored People.
There is a fooling among the col-
ored people of Dallas that tho interest
in educational matters among their
people is waning or rather there is
not that interest among them and the
harmony prevailing that character-
izes educational achievements; DOO OS
some of the moro advanced in this
thought are making an cfl'ort to
crop to moro interest. It is given out
that the colored teachers will moot on
the Hist at tho colored school house
on Flora strcot to talk the matter
over. In tho way of encouragement
and with a true desire to soo educa-
tional interests prosper Judge Rower
has attached to the petition in circu-
lation a lcttcc urging theso people to
further exertions and a better under-
standing among them than now ex-
ists. The Hkkai.i agrees with Judge
Rower and as educational advantages
are means to eulighten that or any
other race it is hoped the colored
people will be successful in their
The Mayor's Court.
Mayor Brown this morning bad a
light docket. Last night was an un-
usual quiet night. There was no hur-
rah time and tho "porlicc" had to
scratch around lively to keep up in-
terest. There is no 'going t see a
man" with them; they don't drink.
The mayoi's counsel has been strictly
Smith plain Smith- was drunk and
down and was lined $3.
rr.nik Murray and John Hanson
were drunk and each hail to puv $.1
or go to tho wood pile while Geo.
Herbert had a mild case of drunk and
his prescription was one dollar.
Rill Ratts left his teum unguarded
and had to pay '2 cash.
BUI BaM was guilty of the charge of I
cursing a d swearing to an extent j
that shocked tho officers and was in
consequence arrested. Billiam had
his COte continued until the Wrd.
struck tbe Wrong Man.
A night or two since n OOOple of
footpoda stopjicil n well known ootile
nan on Main street and asked him to
'throw Op liis hands." and M he made
the movement to do no pulled his re-
volver and got a good aim at( one of
the WOUld-be thieves both turned and
run. The cattle man put up his re-
volver and went into tho llrnl saloon
he 00106 to and took a drink and re-
lated the olreuuiitanoe as hore stated.
Resolutions of Respect.
Whereas it has pleased our wise
and merciful Heavenly Father to call
our friend and sister Mrs C. H. lid-
wards from this world of suffering to
dwell In His house of many mansions;
therefore be it
Resolved by the Ladies' Aid Society
of the First Presbyterian Church of
Dallas that in her death we have lost
an efficient co-worker and the church
a faithful exemplary Christian ; that
we tender our heart-felt sympathy and
condolence to her bereaved husband
and little son.
Itcsolved that a copy of tho-e reso-
lutions be rOOOTdod On the books of
this socioly and one be sent to tbe
family of the deceased.
Miss J. A. Smith Secretary.
Manager of the T. & 1'. H. 11.
John A. (Iraut chief engineer of the
Kansas City Fort Scott & Cult' road;
or the Xettlcton system as tho road is
frequently called has boon appointed
to the ofllce of general mnnnger of tho
Texas & Pacific to fill the vaci.ncy oc-
casioned by the death of Col. Ccorgc
Gold sets at prices low for real
good goods at Kuepliy's.
For line boots anil shoes made to or
der or repairing good and nice call
Must & Teubner !H.' Mnin street.
The Atchison Topeka A Santa IV
Railroad Compnny gives notice t lint
hereafter all bills of lading issued cov-
ering shipments to points on Hie Mexi-
can Central Hailway (unless prepaid) i
should bear the following notation:!
All charges are payable in Mexico iu ;
Mexican silver at the current rate of I
My experience man lias learned that
it is economy to buy the best quality
of any class of good- and l'adgitt
Bros. in the line of wholesale and re-
tail snddlerv are not to be excelled in
quantity quality and low prices.
MY BIG DISPLAY AT THE DALLAS STATE
Toys Fancy Goods Books Dolls
(on which I took six first premiums). Call and get
prices. I will sell you cheaper than any one.
730 AND 732
For The Holidays!
Ag we urc little out of the wuy inducements will be offered In price to pay
for calling on us.
Children' Solid Gold Rings from T5o up.
Children's Solid Gold Drops from $1 up.
Ladies' Solid Gold Drops from $3.50 up.
GOLD WATCHEK FROM $18 UP.
A nice lot of SCARF PINS just received suitable for presents. All goods guaranteed.
A. PRINCE Agent ----- 607 Elm Street.
C. H. EDWARDS
Chickering Wheelock Mathushek
MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS.
MUSICAL MERC IT A N I ) I HE.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK IN THE CITY
and 735 Alain Street Dallas Texas.
FROM RUSSIAN POLAND.
To Young and MUMle-Agcil Men a
are Cure !
The awful effect of early ylee irbieb
brings Organic weakness destroy lioth the
mind and body with all its direful ills
PERMANENTLY CURED !
Palpitation of tho heart timidity trem-
bling nervous discharges so much to he
feared; forgetfulness lack of Ideas sadness
of spirit ugly imaginings dislike to fcollal
life and brooding melancholy.
Married Men or those entering on that
happy life aware of physical debility ex-
citability of tho nerves organic diminution
or oilier iii'eg untl'Uii a uui u.j afcaialcd.
No Minerals Used. Young people los-
ing their health and spending time witli
those unskilled and unqiialltied causing
fatal disorders to the Mad throat noBe
ItviT mill IniiD-s. stomach and bowels speed
ily cured. .
Lot not false modesty deter you from call-
i tit' at nnen
All Prlvntc Matters Cured !
Prompt attention Is given to all correspon-
dence. State symptoms and medicine will
be sent C. O. D. everywhere.
Dr. Wasserzug Is a regular gradute of
IS years' BacUos. Diploma in ollice.
PAD TT BIKVITI KHS
SADDLERY SADDLERY ' HARDWARE. LEATHER AND
718 Bin a. id 717 and 710 Mnlll Streets Dallas TexOft.
Imperial Cabinet Photographs
The above being 1p ruling price in all Kastern cities we beg to inform our tricinU
and patrons that hereafter this will be our standing price for lirst-class artistic Taliinei
Photos. We guarantee all our work and should it not prove equal to the best we will
in everv Instance refuni the money. Respectfully .
MIGNON & CO
701 ELM STREET Opposite Krlnliardt Building.
Every : : Family
SHOULD HAVE THE EVENING HERALD FIFTY CENTS A MONTH.
Delivered every evening by carrier. Try It one month. Full reports ot all current events.
On All Discuses Incidental to
the Human Body.
Dr. W'assetvug having had practice and
experience lor the last eighteen years will
undertake no case except he can guarantee
Savual Nervous and Chronic
Catarrh in oil its stages scurvy blotches ol
tho skin Hlcerateil legs cauctfis minora
skin diseases of every form rheumatism
sciatica gout liver complaint asthma dys-
entery piles tits and urinary and kidne
troubles the eye and car.
Lung Diseases Indigestion an
Nervous Debility Perma-
Oflice hours from 8 a. m. to 1) p. m.
734 Elm street Dallas. Texas.
If ..inokeri want the best Nickel
Cigar call for Sam Jones 0. G. 0.
GRACE. GRIT AND GREENBACKS
Both guaranteed Equal if not Better
than any nickel cigar offered.
T L MARSALIS & CO.
All First-Class Dealers
LA BELLE CREOLE
Can obtain vai.I'ablk Information and
samples securely sealed by return mail.
Enclose self-addressed stamped cnvolope
and name this paper. Crown Chemical
Company. 101H Arch St. Philadelphia Pa.
Reliable lady agents wanted.
NOW IS YOUR TIME
For a First-class Meal !
Call at the
DA LI. AN KKSTAI HANT. :
No: :il(l. corner Main and Market. Rest
meal in Texas. 2.V. Meals served at all
boon. People from thit country will lind It
to (heir interest to call at the Dallas Restau-
rant. J. H. JOOK Proprietor.
N K. WRIGHT & SON
Contractor! and Builders.
No. 80 lit IB and Krvay sheets opposite tu
Kstimalcs (Ivan on all work and bids
made. Satisfaction (iuarantred.
A large and well selected stock
of Ladies'. Misses' and Chil-
dren's Shoes; also many new-
si les of Hoys'
732 Elm Street.
MOFFETT & FORLINES
(ins and StfMitn l' ittors.
Promptness a i biltv.
I 880 .Main Street. ! !Us Texas.
I ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
G. W. KEOWN Rrop'r.
!." and IKiT .Main Street. Near Sycant.'rc.
This bouse is entirely new ly'furnn bed
and tirst-class accomuiodat ions arc ottered
Troupes and Clubs at special rate.
Centrally located near the pos. oflice
convenient to both Fairground-'
Itaisins. Currents. Pigs feet and California
T. II. CRADDOCK'S
Krvay si. Qrseery
ltisninrck l lie wide-awake proprietor of
the Apollo Hall Restaurant and Leach
Stand will see that his customers get tl.
tinest ostcr brought to this market .
Oysters Served in All Styles.
HORSES FOR SALE.
A mule and '! horses work under saddle ol
in harness. i.ound and safe witli harness and
a isooajd hand wagon for sale at bargain.
Also a house and lot and two vacant lots
and 110 seres land ten miles from town.
Apph to It F. Moodv 324 Highland street.
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Gilbert, C. E. The Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 296, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 21, 1886, newspaper, December 21, 1886; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth293722/m1/3/: accessed June 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .