The Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 144, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 5, 1887 Page: 3 of 8
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Tin I Ar.nlilAllt.
Vl'ho workliigmeu digging the main
or tho water pipe ou Bryan etrcol
Jnft n(T at rilenmlnr ah. fnakingr it 1 III-
possiblo to cross Bryan street at that
. polfct with ouy kind of a velilclo with-
out considerable danger of upsetting
on account of tho gutter being deep
right at this cornor. Ou Suuday
morning Hood aud Kula Smith child-
ren of Mr. aud Mrs. Ed. C. Bmlth
came along iu'a dog cart and tho dar-
ing boy went down into tho gutter
Ivith full confidence in his ability to
ji'ct safely on tho other slclo. but over
went tho dog cart aud Eula sustained
a dislocated ankle and had tho small
bono of tho samo leg broken. Sho
was carriod into Mr. Opponhelni's
residonco aud toudorly carod for.
Medical aid was summoned and Mr
Smith soon made his apnenrauco and
tho littlo sullercr was couveyod to
Bo a Hero In the Strife)
says Americas lavoruo poci.
very well Mr. Longfellow but how
can you when halt your timo you tool
sick and do not feci well tho other
halt; Men of noblest principles and
highest alms find their oll'ort a thwart-
cd by disease Kisfht-sweats a hack-
. iug cough and otlicr symptoms ouly
too plainly say consumption. Heed
good advice. Try Dr. Pierce's
Golded Medical Discovery" 'aud tho
boom of health will return to your
cheeks souuduoss to your lungs aud
you will bo a hero yet.
The meeting ef tho Dallos Aldermen
Saturday night whs as usual attended
with a good deal of difl'creuco ofopiu-
1 1 Mill. 4 fl.
ion uiiu very miiu ui wuiicu'iuu xuu
following are the report of tho olllcers :
Tho report of tho superintendent of
1 1- l 1 11. 4 .1 1 . I
t si 1 1 1 -!!.!.. n
uono : uuo uuuureu uuu eiguiy-nvu
feet of sewer pipo laid on llord street
i . . p j i r.!.. l T.l...
nuu m icet ueiwccu iuum uuu x.im
etrcets ; 23 sections of box scwor laid
and other improvements.
A Pointer 9n the Hcvenuo Argument.
To the Herald.
KocKWAi.T. July 4.-Tho autis in-
troduce tho United States revenue tax
to prove that Iowa Kansas and Maiuo
Lave more liquor 6old thau Texas
with her license Now let tho autis
stand by their own witness: A legal-
ized Texas saloon pays four hundred
and seventy livo dollars to stato
county and general government for
the privilege of selling a year and
outside of cities at that. Say they
sell ten times tbat amount or $4750
ou tho averajjo annually. In a pro-
hibitory stato they pay twenty-five
dollars to tho general gqvottitnciit
and ten times that is two hundred
and fifty dollars sales in a year or one-
uluetecnth a much as a Texas saloon.
Let them stand by tho tax witness or
oho abandoned it altogether.
S. M. Tkmpj.kton.
Bucklflii's Arnica Salve.
Tfie best salve in tho world for Cuts
Bruises Sores Ulccitf Salt Bhcum
Fever Sores Tetter Chopped Hands
Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup-
tions and positively cures piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to givr
pprWt satisfact ion or mf uoy refunded
Price 25 cents per box. Jbor sale by
W. H. ilowoiJ & Hro.
Tho Dallas Ice Factory havo com-
menced making and delivering pure
ice aud aro working night and day
turning out beautiful clear crystal ice
v" oin liltercd aud distilled water (uo
Trinity river water used) Thoir wag-
ons go to nil parts of the city and lor
convenience they have a down town
olllcc at J()S Elm" street iu tho Norton
building where you cuu purchaso or
leave your order for regular delivery.
If not convenient to call uso telephone
A. E. Bouche the "Mnin street
grocer has just added a pplcudid re-
frigerator in which bo has always tho
freshest country butter eggs and
fresh Eleisehman's yeast which is
kept as cold us can be.
Williams & Co. ur Drugs 605
Dr. K. 8. Davis
makes a specialty of treating diseases
peculiar to children. His littlo medi-
cines are harmless aud will relievo tho
littlo owes without danger.
Yon ennaot ad'ord to waste tints in
experimenting wben your lungs aro in
danger. Consumption always soenn
at first ouly a cold. Do wot permit
any dealer to imporo upon you with
omo cheap imitation of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption
Cughs and Colds but bo sure you get
tlio genuine Because he can make
more profit he may tell you ho baa
omctiiitig just as good or just the
muie. Don't be decieved but ttisist
tipon pelting Dr. King's Now Dlscovw
cry which is guaranteed to giro relief
in all throat lung and chost affections.
Trial botUe free i W. II. Howell
Brc's drug ttom.
ONE LEAP AND HE WAS DEAD.
How Tom French and HI Father
Killed a Nine-Foot Bear.
To actually shoot a bear In tho wlldi
of Maine Is really an achievement that
fow can boast of. There are bears In
the woods of that state and Now
Hampshire but to shoot them is a job
as diUloult as to see tbuiu. ttTho bear Is
pronounced one of the most difllcult
animals to get sight of tbst frequent
the forests of this part of tho country.
Boars are killed iu considerable itutu-
bers In Maine every yoar but In tholi
capture the ride or shotgun plays only
a poor part till aftor the giant stonl-trap
has forced bruin to eomo to a halt.
Koon of sight hearing and scent tho
boar has taken alarm and skulked away
long beforo tho sharpest hunter has
soon him.' Tho best huntorsand guides
pronounce the bluck boar the most difil-
ctilt animal to appronch within gun-
shot. Mr. J. A. French keeps a hotel
atAndovor Mo. which U well known
to visitors of the Androscoggin lakes
by tho shortost route. Mr. French is a
noted fox-huntor. His score hist win-
ter was twenty-six chiefly klllod with
tho gun. He is a keen shot with the
ritlo as is also his son Tom 19 years ol
A few days ago a farmer living a
railo bolow French's hotel in Andovor
found that an old boar had klllod a
eouplo of lambs from his flock of snoop
Mr. French advised theoareful housing
of the rest of the flock but requested
that tho dead lambs be suffered to io-
mala where bruin had put an end to
their cxlstonco by a single stroko of his
paw. Mr. French says that he calcula-
ted that about the 'seoond night the old
boar would return to finish his repast.
Aocordingly on the second night
French and Tom look their rilles and
quietly stole away from home. About
10 o'clock they wore on the ground
nonr the doad lambs. They camo to an
ambush thirty yards away and calmly
waited for tho moon to rlso. By the
timo that luminary was well up in tho
sky an enormous black object was seen
coming down the mountain.
"There ho Is" whispered French.
"I see him!" answered Tom. "You
give tho word!" By this time Tom's
gun rested on tho top of the fence but
Fronch's gun was at his shouldor with-
out a rest Tho old bear rather slowly
and cautiously approached. At this
momont auotber bear up in tho moun-
tain only a short distance away gave
that dismal scream that geuorally un-
nerves tho night bear hunter but not
French and Tom. They were eyeing
their gamo with all their might trying
to ' draw a close bead on him by tho
moonlight He stopped and turned his
head in their direction. Ho had scent-
ed them or seen them and tho next
bound would have' given tho hunters
only a running shot or perhaps no
shot at all. But they wcro too quick for
him. Both rifles rang out Tho boar
gavo ono leap backward and foil dead.
French had shot him through tho
head aud Tom through tho spinal cord
just forward of tho shoulder both fatal
shots. Both guns had spoken so near
together that French asked Tom why
ho did not tiro. Tho hunters went back
to tho hotel happy at their exploit aud
so short a time had they boon absent
that their neighbors could hardly bo-
liovn that they had really shot tho bear
till tho enormous carcass nearly nino
foet in length was dragged Into tho
villago by willing hands.
How Germans Enjoy Thorn
Wherever the Germans go they
carry with them a love of tho customs
of tho Fatherland. Thousands leavo tho
old country for political reasons souk-
inz to onjoy tho freer air of a republic
but tho enjoyments tho games tho
nmuschicuts of the laud of thoir birth
are always dear to them. Tho out-
door amusements particularly are
not forgotten aud In the new country
well conduct resorts where music and
croaturo comforts may bo enjoydd are
always well patronized by Germans.
Tho head of the family does not leave
homo with an excuse about "scoiug a
man" and then tako his ploasure by
himself but the wholo family down to
the infant in arms is taken along and
tho good wifo throws away hoi house-
hold caros and Is happy; with her lit-
ones around her while the father is
sure to meet a neighbor or a friond
with whom he can hold a pleasaut
argumontso dear to the German heart
It is no wonder that there are so many
happy homes among tbo Gormans that
they live to a green old age and that
divorces are rare among them. They
take life sensibly enjoy the good
things of life moderately are industri-
ous and frugal yet charitable and gen-
erous. Thcr are a liberal-minded peo-
ple. Tticy believe in livo and let live
and do not believe in making the Jour-
ney though lifo a dUmal trip from
tho cradle to the gravo. TAs Fark
TUB CHURCHES. .
Tabernacle M. E. Churclv-St. Paul and
Main street Rev. J. 11. Wolf pastor. Teach
ers and scholars' Prayer meeting every Hub-
bath at 0:30 n. ra. t Suuday-acluMil at 10 a.m
morning service at 11 a. in. ; Cliiss-ui ellng
Immediately after morning service ; Young
I'eoplo's 1'rayiTiueetlug 730. p. m. eve-
ning service 6:30.
Floyd Street M. E. Church South Kov.
0. V. Tlinmas pastor. Preaching at It a.
m and 7:.'I0 p. in.; Sulihutll School at t:-'ti a.
in. V. L. Vaua;lian. superintendent; general
prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
First M. E. Church fouth worship Id new
building cor. Commerce and 1'rHlber Itev.
T. It. l'iurce paHtor. HumUy-scheol 9 a. m.
Services 1 1 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. l'Piiyur-
meeting Wednesday evening nt7:.'K) p. m.
Trinity ChurchCorner of Trinidad and
Phelps streets I. 8. Asliliurno pint or. tier-
rices ovtrv Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:1(0 p. in.
Sunday school ut I)::t0 a. ul. Thursday even-
ing prayer meeting.
Kant Dullas Methodist Kplacopal Church
South Miioion Kov. I. S. .A inhume puntor.
Treadling every other Sunday. .Suhbath
School every .Sunday at.il p.;m. W. L.
First rresbytcrlnn Church comer Jlnln
and llarwood Itev. A. P. Smith pastor. Ser
vices overv Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:.'lo p. in
Sunday' school all):); Wednesday evening
Second Presbyterian Church Wood streol
between Krvay and llarwood itev. War-
uer 11. Kiggs puitor. Services at 11 a. m.
and 7:1)0 p. in.. SuNdny-ncliuol at 0::t0 a. in. -.
Prayer-iHcoting Wednesdays ut 7:.'M p. m.
Free scuts and a cordlul welcome to all.
Cumberland rrcsbrterlan Church. llar-
wood street between Live (lak and I'.r vim.
Itev. W. U. Teinplcton pastor. Preaching
ever Sunday at 11 a. in. ana 7::i0 p. hi. Sun-
day school at l):4.Fi a. m. Prayer uicotiug
First Christian Church corner of Pearl
and Bryan streets Gen. It. 11. (Uuo pastor.
Services ut 11 o'clock n. m. and 8 p. in. Sun
day; prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8
o'clock; Sunday tvhoel at M a. in. It. B
It. liurwood superintendent. All invited.
Commerce Street Christian Church Rov.
J. S. Kondrlck pastor. Sunday-school 8:!W a.
m. Services on Sunday at 11 a. m. aud 7:30
First Baptist Church corner of Sycamore
street and Patterson avenue. Hev. It. T.
Hanks pastor. Sunday school at 11:4ft a. m.
Mr. J L. Williams superintendent. Preach-
ing at 11 a. m. aud I'M p. m.
St. Tanl's Presbyterian Church (German)
Services at li n. m. and 7:30 p. m. by liov. K.
I)e Geller pastor. Sunday school ut 2 p. m.
at No. 131ft Commerce street.
First Congregational Church corner Bry
an una llarwood streets itev. j. i. hcoiieiu
nuslor. Services 11 u. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; Siin-
duychool ut H:30 a. m. Mrs. C. T. Diukln-
F-t Dallas Baptist church on Main and
San .lacinto street car lino in East Dallas.
itev S..J. Anderson pastor. Sunday sdicol
at !l:3l a. in.. J. S. Taylor superintendent
rTeurhmir at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Prayer
nucting Thursday at 8 p. in. A cordlul
welcome is cxteud'od to all.
Church of the Incarnation corner MeKln-
nle and llarwood Ed ward Wlckcns priest
In charge. Stindav school at 10 a. ni L). W
11 Sul Ion Sup't. Holly communion first
and second Sundnvs ut 7 a. ni.; service every
Sundav at 11 aud 1:30: servt with address
overv Frldav night aU7j choir practice ev
ery Friday Mgut ai s.
St. Patrick's Church corner Cabell and
South Pour I. Itev. V. Olilnoii. pastoi. Coin
miinlon mass at 8 a. in.; Sunday school at 9
a. in.: high mass and sermon at in a. m.
rosary vespers sermou and benediction at
7:30 p. in.
St. Mathew's Cathedral Commcrco street.
Itev. Win. Munl'ord dean; Sunday-school
0:30 a. ni. : morning prayer litany and sor-
mon services boglning at 11 a. in. ; evening
prayer and sermon service beginning at 7:30
ClUncso Sunday School L. It. Wrlpwt
superintendent; held every Sabbath at !i:'sj
p. m. at tlie second rresityienuu uurcu
on Wood near llarwood street.
Gamma Delta Society J. E. Court hurst
president MIsb Nettle fiolci secretary l!cv.
W. 15. Uiggs instructor; meets every aller-
uate Thursday at 7:.'lo -p. nf. In the lecture
roim of tho Second v resbrterian Church.
Temple Eiminu-EI Commerce street next
to St. Mathew's Cathedral Kov. Dr. Chap-
man Kiibbl. Jlebrow classes Saturday and
Sunday mornings at !l and 11:30 Sunday
school at 10 o'clock Friday evening services
ienuouuti';10 Saturday morning ser-
vices at 10:3(1.
German M. K. Church corner ot Live Oak
and Olive streets. Sunday school U o'clock
morning service 10:3il evening sorvlce 7:30
Prater meeting Wedmcsduy evening. J.
J. Iiicnle pastor.
First Universalis Church corner Live
Ouk ond llarwood streets Central Academy
Itev. J. K. Street pastor. Sunday Holiool
every Sundav at 9:30 a. m.. Hev .1. Rhyne
superintendent uud preaching at It a.m
and 8:30 p. in.
Pipe Brass Goods
Water Works ani Plumljcrs Snpplics
Rubber Hose Sewerpipe
and Fire Brick Machinery Supplies
Belting Shafting &g.
407 Elm St.. Dallae.
W. T. Hancock.
J. H. Lawrence.
W. T. HANCOCK & CO
Staple an! Fancy Groceries
Country Trodnee. Etc. Agents fertheSo;
KO. f KUf ST. DALLAS TKX.
Inventory of Real Estate
SITUATED IN" THE
CITY OF EST DALLAS DALLAS COHNTY. TEXAS.
By virtue of the power in me vested by law
I L. P. Montgomery Tax Assessor and Collector
of the City of East Dallas Texas have levied upon
and will proceed to sell at the Court House door
(Old Club House) in the City of East Dallascounty
of Dallas State of Texas between the hours of
10 a. m. and 4 p. m. to the highest bidder for cash
in hand the following described real estate situ-
ated in the City of East Dallas county of Dallas
State of Texas for cityjtaxes due and unpaid and
all costs for the years of 1883 1884 1885 and
1886 commencing on Tuesday the 2d day of Au-
gust A. D. 1887 and ending when the said taxes
are all paid or the property all sold.
Name of Tax Payer
l.sv! Axmaii Kudolph
1SNI Adams J L
Js3j litirkul. .1
IHM iturke It K
lssii Burke 11 E
1SS(I Bradley James
is!! Bergman Adam
1SS.V Bergman Adam
ISM Biliop.l A
IS-m Bishop 1 A
jssii Bishop. I A
IKsni BrotluTton Islium
ISK3' Itrerks. Mrs A
ISsu't'urr Mrs it 1'
ISM t'uiiiiniiiKS W F
issr I'ununlnKs W V
issti C'liinmlii)'! W F
lss."i Carter. J A
SSI) Carter. J A
lksii Cornwell Kd andt'
lssii Coruwcll Kd andf'
lssil C'uhea 11 F
issu Crosier V II
lissn t apcm K 11
issf) Dixon! W
issu Dixon.! V
lssii Kwimj.J A
IsM K win ('.! A
lss.-. lOwinjf J A
lssii Kwliijf J A
IsM Kvuiiri Jordan
IRs;: FltzhUKh L it
1KM Fiizhuifh L II
us; 1- i tzhu-li. L li
l.ssii H ilzliUL'h. L II
ISM Fortune I V A Bros
lss; Franks Ned (c)
1 ssi i Franks Ned (e)
lssii Forrester Kunna(c)
IKs.i lillliert (ieorite
Iss-i (iilhert (ieoi-go
If. "4 (ieorjfe V X
lssii (iilhert (ieorgo
lfst Hnuslon A J
lss.- Honmoii. A J
lff lj Harris Win mid it
issti llawes S li (c)
lfsii: llawes S 11 (e)
l.SSi!: I lill Mrs A.M
lff."i! I laves Fdward
Iffil Haves I-Mward
ls.s"(i I la wen. Wash (c)
lf.'li Johnson A C
lfsl Joiien South
tss'i' Jones Sailth
lfMi! Jones South
lf-S'i Johnson A A
Issu Jolinsoii. A A
IssTi1 Jones Tom 11
Iffii. Jenkins lioliert
lfl Kelion. John
lss( K miller. Joseph
Iffl l.anu II 1'
1-nV Laws It II
lf4 Mc llllieniiv AV E
issl Millfr. T S
ISM! MeLeoil. Tliomas
isst Mullmrn 11
lss.'i .Meyer (ieorKO St
1snV Meyer (ieortjO Sr
l.ss.'ij .Mann It F
lssiij Mann It F
I.nv .Mailuvv 1)
isst: Niirsiii'cr. Dick
ISfTti Nleiimn .M
lysii1 Nii.'iiiaii. M
1SS-; Owen D X
IsM; l'leree J K
1Ss."i! l'utier Cliiio
Iss'i' l'atlerson It 11
lswi1 l'ailcrson it II
lssl lievnolds A Co.F JI
jss4' l!o!inson. V II
IssTii Bussy J '
lssii' liussy J W
Issu l(amey 11 A
ls.i Bay Iti'im
issu' I lay Itena
lSN'l Sharp K A
jssl Spniirue. C W
IsM .Samuel A M It
IsM .smith Susan
lss t Smith Elonora
l.ssii .smith Mrs S U
l.ssit snillli Klinora
IS-li Saiilnrd Mrs L A
lssij Sehoollield. J L
1ns4 Tmlner. John
lss" Townley L M
lssTv Thomas. J I)
I.ssM Whltteny. C 1
IsM Williams Jett (c)
IsM Wlleoii. J li
lss4 Wellhorn. 0
lssii u illliims. Lizzie (e)
lssii Wsiklns. .Martfarct
iKsti Williams. C A
ssi Workman John
issu Wilihorn.L W
.( lie Ki V; .Main t I'ae Av
!('(r Itaee and l'aeillc Av
4!)r John Urlirsliy League i
Clark uuu uryuiit traet o
(.lurk and Bryant tract
C and A addition
Fast Dallas Stock Yard Et
Kast Dallas Stork i ard Et
Hall's add Boss Avenue
Hull's add Sun Jacinto st
Hall's iidd San Jacinto at
4!r John (irlgshy Lcaguo
4!i."i Johil (irigshy League
40") John (irlgshv League
Hanks iiihl Boss Av
Hunks add Boss Av
Hunks add Boss Av
C and A addition
C and A addition
I try st joins J Winn on E1
4!i.).iolin itrlgshv League
Mel. foci's addition
4!i.'i .lolin (irigsliy League
4!i.") John (irigihv League
4n.") nw Swiss .V: M'Eniire fi!
4Xi nw Swiss fc .M'Entirc (4
4:i.'i nw Swiss t M'Eniire (i
4!i."inw Swiss A- .M'El.tir (J
(' and A Addition
4:i"i'.ioini drigsiii (uiston nuii i
r.Uj.ioiiu (rlgsh) (iasiou mid j
.lolm (irigsiiv (iasiou i.od
lollll (il lgsli (iUB'.OII uuu j
V UUU .'V HiIIUO
(' und A addition
C mid A addition
dastoil s addition J
l. .11111 J IKOllllOU
C and A addition
lolm dngsliy I.eagB t f
uuu . aiiiiiiiou
.loiin drigsiiy League J
.nmii urigsDv i.eugue
4!i"r.lolm (rigidiy l.caijuo
I Bryan atreet
4!i'i C and A luidllliin
Keller h add ash ton
Keller's add Wash'lon st
John (irigsliy League
4!i"i John (irigshv Leaguo
Orlgsl'j' Leag o so Fair (4 )
(irigsliy Leag'o se Fairti
(irlgshy Leag'e so Fair CJ i
li'IStOll S IllKlllloll
HUHkell tract j
f insiuil n iiuilKluii
411. L mul A utklltiou
4!." I'eak's addition
( dr Wlille and Emerald st
jsoulli si'le l.lin st
4!i.") (irlgshy Lcagno
4!i.") (iaslou aildiliou
4!).'i ;u-loii uddiihm
Itiaston uildilion Smith st
(' and A nd'ii'lnt!
4II.1 Urighliv Lca-'tii'
i ii ii 1 1 .v iKKiiuiin
( ' uud A addition
c a d A uddiiion .Main si
4!i."i I lull's addition
V and A acid Commerce M
(i joins W Apperson w
i joins B.ice st ' "
Jo; Siiiipsou st
4!i5 nr Convent hot Jug Hunt 1
4n: se cor Main A- li uldc n stl
4!i.- seeor Main t Wuldcu st
4!i."i John (irigshv j
4!i.-i John (irlgshy 14
4!i."iJohn (irlg-hy '1
4i') C ami A uddiiion
4:c; Peak's uddiiion
4d.i .101111 irigsiiy jj1
4!l).lollll nil: ' 'V .iiaruin st
4!i.- John tirigsliy Jl.ulha st
4!i: John (irigshv
liij Jolin (irlgsliy I
V and A add ( ommeree st1
Main st on west citr line1
41; (trigsliy League Molly ad
4!i:i (irigshv League
4'.m C uud A add l'orter st
4:i.'i C and A addition
4n."i (iusion's acid (ear shops) S)
4:i."i (Jriisliv I.eug.ie I
4:" i rust ot (4 CctSFlt B J
! and 10
mix 1 no
!l and 10
4 and 10
1 1 and 12
12 and 3
;.nx 2' 10
:i uud 1
4115 Eakins addition
C and A addition
C and A audition
iuortb Hide Boss Avenue
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Gilbert, C. E. The Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 144, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 5, 1887, newspaper, July 5, 1887; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth293865/m1/3/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .