The Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 144, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 5, 1887 Page: 2 of 8
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GILIIKHT.CLAUII & CO.
Jlitor ami Privurteloi'.
Tuemlny July 51887.
PltOHIIUTIOX AT LULIXO.
Two Joint Discussion wtlh
Luuxci July 2 To-liiy marks n
new dopnrturo iu tho prohibition chip.
paigii 111 this section. Alter a short
season of npatliy nml iiidill'ercnco
on the part of the pros -nml iu tho
iacoof au oft repeated clialluii jro of tho
autis for a joint discussion wo sent
for Dr W. It. Kobiuson ot "Vnco to
meet lion. L. W. ilooro of I.nd range
nud they met. Tho Dr. opened with a
carclully cousidcrod nml as carefully
delivered speech of ono hour and for
ty-llvo minutes laying off his rows
planting nud breaking out .tlio mid-
dles leaving a cultivated field for tho
honorable senator elect to step Into
and leaving (oo tho one nllei native lor
Lim to step fairly and squarely upon
tho only plnuk in tho field. Whiskey
or no whiskey or to dodgo the issue
Jlr. Jlooro replied in a speech of
about tho same length "but he seemed
to be at sea from the Mart and labor-
ed through his task with evident ef
fort and distaste. Ho is our senator
elect and has many warm ft Sends here
who desired to sco him acquit himself
well; but the only resort lett him was
a retreat to tho mont reprehensible
sort of dcningogiicry and appeal to
prejudices of locality.
Dr. Robinson's rejoinder of half au
hour was telling in its effect and we
score a decided victory for prohibi-
tion ami a regular "Waterloo" for
Judgo Moore anil tho lending antis
hero. There was a largo nudicueo of
people assembled at l!oattys grove
and all enjoyed and profited by tho
At njght Bower's Hall was filled to
overflowing to listen to tho brilliant
young orator Russell Kingsbury of
Waco who was repned to very ably
by our townsman J. P. Bridges of
the "Signal." But sophistry and
plausibility are not equal to coutend
ing with truth jusico aud right and
Mr. Kingsbury is nblo to copo with
anything yet developed on the anti
side. Prohibition Is all right iu Cald
Clu onlo CoukIim iind Colds
Aud all diseases of tlio Throat and Lungs
can be cured by the use of Scoit'a Kinul-
Blon as it contains the healing. virtues o!
Cod Liver Oil and Hyponhosphitcs in their
fullest form. It is a beautiful creamy einiii.
Ion pulutuble as milk easily digested and
an be taken by the most delicate. Pleane
read : " I consider Scott's .Emulsion the
remedy par excellence in Tuberculous nud
Strumous' Attentions to say nothing ol
ordinary colds and throat troubles. "W
R. 8. Connux M. D. Manchester O.
TLo ToJiua ard Pacific bno ball ninn
bad a glorious timp at (ialvcstou and
ore loud in the praiso of tho Galves-
ton boys. Tho following a o the mem-
bers of tho Texas and Pacific nine: L.
Wright pitcher W.J. Carter catcher
Thomas MeClcllan first base Freeman
second base Z. Mcuagnn 6hort stop
FrIosclman third base Kodcn center
field Stephens loft field Glcason right
A llcniarkable Diamond.
Henry Fcra tho John street dia
mond man lias in his possession a re-
inarkablo jewel. It is a diamond in
the rough nearly round and weighs
3 karats. When tho cutter took the
stono to prepare it for 'the polisher
the first sharp blow divided tlio dia-
mond into two nearly equal parts lie
was very much disturbed nud went
immediately to c V. waller's drug
storo nud tried somo of his ice cold
soda water nad bought an electric
llunstablo & Mooro have cut price
on summer shoes.
Williams & Co oldest Drug men of
New Hardware House.
Mr. 8. II. Nolnnd who was for years
tho seuior member of the firm of Po-
land .Mcliosky & Co. hns reopened a
' new hardware home at 719 Kim street
under the name of Noland .t Co. lie
hat purchased an entire and complete
slock of carpenters tools nails grates
mantles. Builders hardware etc. and
can accommodate builders and others
with anything in the hardware line.
Mr. Ja. T. Mctcalf who is so well
known will be with Nc and A Co and
will be glad to see his old friends at
719 Elm street.
An Unaupplied Demand for Men
Tho opening of (ho season at tho sea
sltto and mountain resorts again renews
the complaint that has become chronic
of Into years of tho scarcity of mon.
Ladles nro moro numerous than over
many of thorn young bountiful accom-
plished wealthy. Even such attractions
do not draw tlio men; they still con-
tiuuo tho stubhornost kind of absentees.
They nro boeoino a pleasing reminis-
cence; a tradition almost as fiouloiw as
tho cuntiuir and tho uu'coni and almost
as extinct as tho dodo. They nro a do-
lightful recollection; for though their
voices .wero harsh tnoir movements
so mow hat awkward and heavy and
their taste in matters of silk nud rob-
bon insufferably barbarous yet like
Byron's ocean thoy wero a "pleasing
torror" and had good "points" about
them after all. So here at tho moun-
tain and soacoast is a phenomenon that
economists might do well to examino
a demand without a supply; an ungrat-
ilied desire- for that obsolescent gontis
It seems .In many ways men are
ignorant of their true market values.
There has grown up a complaint dur
ing tlio last few years that men do'
not go into society. Tho vir.le brainy
man of originality and achievement
such as women admire and respl-et is
seldom seen at parties and soirees and
teas. Tlio antipathy of the average
nun to fashiomiblo weddings is well
known. In short tho average man is
careless of social conventionalities and
is apt to bo shy of all elaborate society
displays. In his confident al mood ho
confesses that ho does uot feel nt homo
amid such surroundings. Women aro
punctilious as to social requirements
but they aro growing tired of the soci-
ty of dudes and the perfumed mascu-
line exquisites who frequent Iho resorts
of fashion and society. Thoy nro not men '
they not aro women; they aro merely
non-descript expedients arrayed in n
modification of tlio masculine apparel.
Another fact that has been frequent-
ly commented upon is tlio relatively
small number of men vh o attend
church. Trobably three-fourths of tho
average Sunday congregation is fomin-
ino. Go in almost any church and
you will seo but few men. You will
seo nn oceasonal masculine head half-
hiddon amid tho towering luxuriance
of millinery; but it is in a lonesome
So it seems pertinent to inquire tho
cause of this paucity of tho luasculino
element iu our social recreational and
roligious life. Tho census tells us that
there is but a small percentage of
women born in excess of men. Are
men becoming hermits or dying off?
It is sensiblo to infer that men are
not found in societv at the summer
resort or at tho church because they
do not find what thoy really need in
thoso places. Recreation at tho sca-
shoro for two or throe months In the
summer is a dawdling and wasteful ex-
penditure of time that no man not
givon to intellectual sluggishness can
tolerate. Society docs not interest the
avarago man because it Is not really
helpful to him mentally or in the
'hignest senso of the word socially. It
is too superficial too much a matter
of visits formality and etiqtiitto to tako
any hold upon a serious nauiro. Men
absent themselves froni church bncauso
the church in many cases does not
moot tlio needs of the modern man.
Ho is just os religious as ever and in
spite of tho wa;l of tho pessimist is
far more moral. But there are new
forces and theories in tho modern in
tellectual world which many of tho j
churches ignore; theories and forces j
which aronso doubt and questions I
which tlio old sermon does not j
In tho last quarter contury there
have been vast stridos in the scientific
and philosophic department of thought
which profoundly stirred tho koenest
ond best minds of tho world new
theories and ideas which impinge upon
tho domain of the theologian but
which the average clergyman either
studiously Ignores or treats with ill-
disguised contempt. But these theories
are in tho world and havo secured a
lodgment in men's minds. If they
cannot hear taem discussed in church
tho proper arena for their discussion
they do not care to go. Possibly
they may be all wrong in this matter;
and possibly there may be some vestige
of reason in their action. Boston
Preparing to Rest
'Will you allowed me to looked nt
your paper for a moment sir ?" said
a tramp politely to a gentleman in City
Hall Park: "I am anxious to ascer-
tain tho weather probabilities."
"You are interested in tha weather
then f" replied the gentleman hand-
ing over the paper.
"Yes sir. I am going to lie down
and lake a nap if the elements are .in
my favor." Puck
J. W. MAVAOE Manager.
. IS STILL TO THE FRONT IN
TT -x. i t t I
JLJVJ VV J- X
Having proven that we have adopted a plan of business which will enable us to sell goods
CHEAPER -:- THAN -:- OTHERS
Wo now wish to say to both city and country rcoplo that Wb ark Youn Fkiknds and if you will continue to patronlz
us as you have done in the past we will prove our friendship by helping you to
We can furnish you all with goods at our low prices. You may think that
Saving- a Nickel or Dime
on this article or that don't signify but It Bus Been Proven iu the management of all institutions either lurgf or small
that It is the looking after or neglect of little things that tends to tho bid ling up or breaking down or any klud el
business. It must be remembered that all large things are made of small ones and no one need hopo fir even a modcrato
success in life who will not learn to save the nickels. On account of the frequent
prices but can assure you that we will ot all times sell ot
PYvinnc! WTiinh "Mn Ono
Country : Butter : Chick es : and : Eggs
Solicited. Most of you know where we ore but for the benefit of those who do not we con be found at
..in T?T AT CjrP I In a large frame building two blocks west of Union Depot 1 1 1 A y 7T T CHn
1147 JliXJlMol. I and opjosl to imck-Horn corner. Pan Klectrlo Telephone; J 11 Jli-UIYI O 1
WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF JELLY. PRESERVES AND TEA. GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
A safo place to deposit your money. Capital
paid in $2oUUOO; Surplus 5O0OU.
Dallas National Bank
City National Bank
Officers J.C. O'Connor President.
J. T. Trf.zkvant Jr. Vice President.
E. M. Kbakdon Cashier.
j. It. llBROKRON A sslt ant Cashier.
Directors T. L. Jlursulls li. lilankcn-
ship. J. T. Tresevant Jr. Alfred Davis A.
J. Porter.!. C. O'Connor. C. A. Keating L.
A. Tires M. L. Crawford. J. F. O'Connor
Alex Sanger E. M. Heardon W. H. Wor-
sham T. Wistar Brown. S. G. Bayne.
Paid up Capital f 300000.
John N SJmpson President; WH Gaston
Vice-President; HoybI A Ferris. Vfcc-l'res-Iduul;
N A McMillan Cashier; John H Gas-
ton Assistant Cashier.
03 a"vlt7 o5?qjw
Wholesole and Retail Dealers in
Paints Oils Glass ! falljaper
747 Elm Street.
t to lb Ural4.
If jnm wmnt obiorlb far tha Bam 14
-laphoB your addraa.
If fm want to town a 4wrtlaara
a tk Harold talapboa jroaf rdr.
If: 74 B"ll THpKtn4 til
Sit -fi 31
lUCO CbXUL Cb JL1 XJJL
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which will beat most every one. Consignments of
St.Lonis Arkansas ana Texas Hj
ARKANSAS I TEXAS
VIA CAIRO TO
SlLonis and GMcaso
Connecting in Union Depots with
For all points in
ILLINOIS. IOWA WISCONSIN IN.
DIANA MICHIGAN PEN-
and all points
North and East
and via Memyhis to all points in the
Don't buy a ticket from any point unti
you have consulted the asrentf of the SU
Louis Arkansas & Texas railway.
A. S. Dodge K. W. Ijalinume
Gen'l Pass. A(rt. Ass't Gen'l Tasi. Agt
bt. Louil Mo.
S.W.Fordyce W.'P. Homan
President. Ass't Ge 'l Man.
8L Louis Mo. TexAfkana Tex
J. O WHITE Heor.tiry.
ll in "tk-
changes In the market we dj not quote
Tourist Traveler Emigrant
and the Tubllc Genorally.
Gulf Colorado & Santa Fe It'y -Oilers
UncpalM!. ExclMe r Unexcelled!
on all through trains between
G alveston. Ft. "Worth
FItF.K to rasncnpers holdlnir Flrit-cass
tickets from Galveston or Houston to
Fort Worth Gainesville or Dal- s
las or from Fort Worth
Gainesville or Dallas
to Galveston or
To and from Intermediate Points.-
150 Miles or less 25Ccnts: ir0 to 'J.W Miloi 80
Cents; over I'M Miles 75 Cents.
Vew Coaches Slilendiil Equip-
incuts Fast Time Sure
The only Route running Solid Thrmiph
G AlvH ta V JLLt.
cc MILKS the Shortest Route FOItT
4.Z WORTH to GAINESVILLE.
THK best Route to DALLAS. FARM-
0"7 MILKS the Shortest Route. DALLAS
Zi to UOEY GROVE.
THE Favorite Routs to ITOU8TON
NAVASOTA MONTGOMERY CON-
UOE. THE only Route to LMPASAS. COLE-
DIRECT Connection from Austin Waco
Gatriville San Antonio Memphis St..
uouu Kansas city ana all poinli orth
bast ana w est.
For further Information address
JAMK? 8. CARK
Oen'l Pas and Ticket Agent Galveston
W. J. STORMS
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