The Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 191, Ed. 1 Friday, August 26, 1887 Page: 2 of 4
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GILBERT & CLARK
Editor and Proprietor.
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Remittance snould bo made by draft regis-
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Friday August 110 1887.
The nntionnl buuks of Washington
lmvn not rmld. their pro rata of tbo
city tax for twouty years and tbeir
nrrenrnero now amouuta to $7jOouu
Thia Is another Democratic discovery
of ltcpubllciui corrupt rule during
tlmir twentv-fivo years iiuininisira
linn. Of course it is not to bo sup
posed that tbo colloctor neglected to
securo bis commissions lor naugnt.
The report recently published first
as a snccinl to tbo Fort Worm ua
zettc to tbo enccttbat Bill Longlcy
was not bung till dead in tbo official
TAPininn flifrht years asro in Leo
county out is now living in Brazi'l
is now denied. Tbo Gazette- editor!
ally corrects tbo report and says tbat
tbo best of correspondents in tbeir
cagorness to publish an interesting
item will sometimes make a mistake
The postollico will cbango tbo color
of the 2-cent postago stamps from
metallic rod to green about the nnci
dlo of next month. Tbo reason given
is tbat green as tbo color of tbo
stamps most generally usod when tbo
change was mado Avas most popular
and'.satisfactory. Tho color-regulator
is about two years behind. Green was
tho most popular then but now that
tbo people bavo become accustomed to
tho color the dull meta'Hc red is pretty
SkvkkaIj papers in Texas having
intimated that the partisan autis who
are displeased with Senator Coko's
nositiou In tbo late campaign will
support cx-Gov. Ireland for U. S. son
ator. Uio Houston Post thinks :
it la Iniilitnrl lli.it. Governor Iroland
will bo a candidate for senator against
(Joke ; but if ho should cuter the race
there will bo a rattling ' good light.
Ireland wi'l go into the light iu better
shape tbau ho went into tlio last one.
11c will know bolter whom to depend
. . 1 1 A.! 1
on anu who nro nis reai menus.
Ireland learned something in tho last
Coko and Iroland aro both good
strong mcu but tho IIkuald doubts
if thoro will bo any conflict between
tho lricnds of tho two.
The "Waco Day takes a passing
glauco ttl Uio possibilities of therr'1'"
bitiou movement. Tho Day doesn't
think tbat tho pro causo was born to
die. Tho Day says :
Tbo Bantist association lately iu bc8
sion at Houston passed a resolution
with only one dissenting vote express-
ing its "scuso of profound obligation
to Dr. B. II. Carroll lor bis earnest
self-sacrificing ctlorts in the tompor-
anco cause" meaning oi course ms
active work in the recent prohibition
camnaiirn. Tbo Houston Poet crlti
cizes tho action as tending to put the
Baptist church of Texas lairly on tho
prohibition sido aud enlisting it in that
behalf as an organization iliis is uu
oucstiouably tho drift of all Prot
estant churches but how far they will
go in making prohibition a test of lull
church fealty remains to bo seen. Tho
recent Universalis! convention Hold in
Waco enunciated a prohibition plank
that has a very strong political lavor
and tnado it a kind ol corncr-stono in
its future evangelical woik in tho State
We all remember tho history of tho
anti-slavery movement aud bow it was
made a Part and parcel if not tbo
prominent lcatu.ro of oEressivc war
laro on "Satau" by tho Protestant
chnrches of the northern States. With
tho present tendency ot prohibition
north ana soutn tucro is gooa reason
to bolievo tbat it will finally be taken
nn by the same influences everywhere
and brought to the trout in tho same
way to bo pressed with equal vigor
for victory: - Wo note this tendency as
a sign of the times Which will no
doubt bocleariy shown by future de-
velopment. Used by physician and the people over
forty year for Hemorrhage! and Inflamma-
tions Fond'i Extract. Beware of Imita-
tion offered Tor the Genuine.
Freih batter on ice cneee ham fruits-
flour lard etc. lowett price at T. II.
Craddock's Ervay Street Grocery.
TnnWftco Examiner lets up on the
pro question long enough to remark
nf nil tlm unaccountable tblncrs to
Toxan is tbo California oxodus. Why
mv finun man can abandon bis chaucej
iu this stato for what is in sight on tho
Pacitlc slope we cannot boo.
Tho IIehalu agrees with tho Exam
Innrhi this. Tho Paclflo slope has
possibly ouo advautogo over Texas
and that is in an even and uniform
climate : but Toxas has very many ad
vantages ovor California at least that
nortlou of it tbat would bo acces
sible to men of limited means
California's climato is in domaud and
tbo best sections of that Stato aud
fact tho only parts of it suscoptiblo
cultivation at all Is all thickly settled
and lands are worth $100 to 300 por
acre whllo just as rich and fortilo lauds
can bo bought hero lor $5 to $20 por
acre. It is just as healthy hero
thcro; and tho prospocts lor accumu
lalliurahomo and making money
farmiuir. stockralsing or mercantile
pursuits aro 100 per cout more favora
bio. A man with largo wealth and tho
gout can fiud no more favored spot
than California to spend tho ouo ana
nurso tho other. A man with a few
thousand dollars could hardly get
loothold in tho agricultural portion of
that State whilo tho lands tbat ho can
buy at $10 to $50 per acre aro no bet
tcr than ho can get iu tho Abilene
country for $2 aud $3 per acre
Tho plains of California aro much
liko those of Wost Texas and without
tho wc?ls aud expensive irrigation fa
cilities aro not a whit hotter. Tbo
writer has scon both sections and
by personal observation and through
experiences of Coliforniaus has this
view been confirmed. Texas to-day
all things lairly considered is the
grandest and best Stato in tho Union'
and fhe mau who gives up a good
homo hero or his opportunity to so
euro one and ruus off in search of a
fortuno which ho hears is floating
around loose wi'l bo wofully left
Texas has rich aud productiuo lauds
lands which produco almost any
staplo which tho sun of America
shines upon and cheap a moral
thriftv and hospitable people a cli
mate healthful pleasant and iuvigor
ating. What more is wonted to ten-
der industrious people happy ?
Why is it that three bottles of B.U. B. ore
Hold In Atlanta to one ol any other blood
remedy and twice as much consumed In the
Stato ol Georgia a auy other preparation
No one need tukc our word but simply ask
tho drunKlHts. Ask the people They are
competent witnesses. Six houses In Atlanta
are buvinir it. B. B. in live and ten croc
lots aud sonic of thein liny as oltcn a every
two months. Why these unprecedented
sale here at homo with so little advertis-
ing? Modesty forbids) us making a reply.
Ilud B. B. B. been beforo the public a quar-
ter or halt a century it would not be neces
sary to bo bolstered up wtm cruiencs oi
page auvcriiscmcnis now. jueru win uuii'
quer aud down money.
$1.00 WORTH $500.
For four vears 1 have bcon a suflerer
from a terrible rheumatism which reduced
ed me so low that all hope ot recovery was
given up. 1 havo sullorod the most excur-
c.liiting pain day and night and often while
writiiiiiL' in aironv nave wisueu i couiu uio
1 have tried evorvlliinir known for tbatdis-
caso but nothing did me any good and
tho state to work on me. but all to no ell eel
I have spent over $m without finding ro
ller i am now proua to Bay mat auer us-
ing one bottle of B. B. B. 1 am enabled to
walk around and attend to my business
and I would not take $ 500 for the benclit
received lrom one single bottle of B. B. B
I rcfor thi to all merchants and business
men of this town. Your most truly.
K. O. GAltA.
Waycrly Walker county Tcxa.
HE SWALLOWED 15.
1 have been troubled with a serious blood
disease for six years and have expended
over i.'HI.(X) for worthies remedies which
did me no good. The uho of 15 bottle of
B. B. B. has about cured me doing more
trood than all other remedies combined. It
is a quick find cheap blood purifier.
II. 11. HUWUL n.
Talladega Ala. April 20 I860.
Sparta Ga. May 15 im.
Blood Balm Co. :
You will please ship us per first freight
one gros u. u. u.
it tives u measure 10 rcpon a koou unuu
for this nrcnaration. Indeed It ha far
eclipsed all other blood remedies both in
demonstrated merit and rapid sale with us.
ROZIKR & VARDKMAN.
All who desire full Information about the
causo and cure of Blood Toisoni Scrofula
and Scrofulous Swelling. Ulcer. Hore
Hbeumatism Kidney Complaints Catarrh
etc. can secure by mall free a copy of our
g-2-page Illustrated Book of Wonder filled
with the most wonderful and startling proot
ever before known.
Address UL.OOU BALM. CO.
Qnt.fi fnr mm. stiff nartfrfi lara ftf nfrJa
L.iw.fn. 1h IMri A crrl nn I In ra.1 and ftruinir
Lands Immediately on the line oi new
railroad where you can " grow up with the
isnnnirv." fitmta amount tou can Invest
and whether for use or (peculation.
J. 8. iAUUIllvUl I
IS STILL TO THE FRONT IN"
Low Prices and a Fine
Assortment of Goods.
'Ilaving proven that wo have adopted a plan of businoB which will enable us to sell goeds
CHEAPER -:- THAN -:- OTHERS
We now wish to say to both city and country people that Ws ark Your Friends and It you will continue to patronize
us as you have done In the past we will provo our friendship by helping you to
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
Wo can furnish you all with goods at our low price. You may think that
Saving a Nickel or Dime
on this m llclo or that don't signify but It Has Been Proven In tlio management of all Institutions cither lngro or small
that It is the looking after or neglect of little things that tends to tho but ding up or breaking down of ay kind of
business. It must be remembered that all large things are mado of small ones and no one need bopo for even a moderate
success In life who will not learn to save the nickels. On account of tho frequent changes in the market we do not quote
prices but can assure you that we will at all timcBsellat
Prices Which No One Can Beat!
And which will beat most every one. Consignments of
Country : Butter : Chickens : and : Eggs
Solicited. Most of you know where we aro but for the beneflt or those who do not we can be found at
1 1 A" T?T lif CHP i In a large frame building two blocks west of Union Depot ) i i Ay T7T TIT QTT
111 XjIjItIoI. ( and opposite Buck-Uorn cornor. 1'an Klectrle Telephone. J 111 JLIjItI O 1
WE HAVE A PINE ASSORTMENT OF JELLY PRESERVES AND TEA. GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
A. M. D. Q.
Thia Institution chartered in 1878 and
which tho inhabitants of Texas have kindly
favored with their patronage since It first
establishment in 1874 needs no special re
commendation to nubile notice 'i lie uuua
Intra are convenient and Hpncloug the
ltihiiuIh ntl'nrd amnle snuee for outdoor ex
ercise and being situated In tho most pleas-
ant part of tho city the surroundings are
such as tcnu to promote neauu anu nnppi
TERMS PAYABLE IK ADVANCE.
Board tuition and washing Including
Blationarv and ordinary murmary ex
penses per session of five months tlfXH
Music and uso ol piano W
Younir ladles desiring admittance into the
Academy must always present satisfactory
testimonials and recommendations. For
further particulars apply to
St. Joeph's straat.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
A safe place to depoilt your money in. Cap
ital paid in xwuw; ourpiui f.o.uov
Dallas Nat'l Bank ani City Ml Ml
Officers J. C. O'Connor President.
J. T. Trezevant Jr.. Vice President.
E. M. Kearpon Cashier.
Directors T. L. Marealls. B. Blanker.
ih n. J. T. Treievant. Jr.. Alfred Uavis A.
J. Porter J. C. O'Connor. C. A. Keating L.
A. Pirei M. L. Crawford J. K. O'Connor
Alex Sanger E. M. Hcardon W. B. Wor-
Rbam T. WlBtar urown a. u. uayne.
Paid up Capital. $300000.
Jnkii K Clnnmn PrA.lrlfltlt' WTffllStOn.
Vice-President; Koyal A Ferri. Vlce-Pres-
lUUIli: a1 AinCiHIUHUi VMUivi v wuu aa vi v
ton AesleUnt Cashier.
Notice to Exhibitors.
Vnnr n!n. nf tlia Exnoslllon Hall 2XX
a feet Power Ilall feet Machinery
11 all 00x250 leet of the Texa Bute Fair
and Dalla Exposition can be seen at the
secretary' ollice and exhibitor for the
coming Fair and Exposition October S th
to November 6th next who nave not alrea-
dy filed their application for epace are
hereby requested to do to at their earliest
possible convenience. Information as to
terms charges etc can be bad on applica
tion to the secret arv.
r A. 8 ANGER director in uuip
;stiey bJttlTII Secretary.
REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD TRAVEL VIA THE
Missouri Pacific Railway:
HeeaUBO it Is the great thoroughlaro between Central Texas and all points
North. Fast and West. It is tho only lino passing through the beautiful In-
dian Territory it runs a line ot Superb Pullman Bullet and Sleeping Cars
between Ht. Louis (via Denison and Fort Worth) and 8un Antonio. It runs
Doublo Daily Trains making close and sure connections in Union Depots at
Kansas City. St. Louis and llnnnlbal for all points. Solid train from San
Antonio tc at. Louis (via Fort Worth and Denison). But one change of cars to
CHICAGO CINCINNATI NEW YORK BOSTON LOUISVILLE WASH-
INGTON PHILADELPHIA BALTIMORE AND
OTHER PRINCIPAL CITIES.
Trains for St
E. T. TUUNKIt
Louts and the North Fast and West leave Dallas 8:40 p. m.
0. 11. Mllili&K
Ticket Agent No. WXl Main St. Dallas Tex. Passcnpor Agent Dallas.
B. V. McCULLOUQII. Oeul. Pass and Ticket AjrcnUDullai.
sell bicycle on easy payments
WM A. L. KNOX
Main St. Dalla.
TEXAS & PACIFIC RAILWAY
the great:popular route
Between the East ani tie West. " Short Line to New Orleans
And all point in LouUiana New Mexico Arizona and California. Favorite
line to the North Fast and Southcaat. tlcguit Pullman FuHct Sloeplng Car
through between SU Loul (via Texarkanal and Deming N.M. also 1 ullman
. Palace Sleeping Car between Dalla' and St. Loula morning and evening
daily without change Only one change of car to
CHICAGO WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA CINCINNATI BALTIj
Mrnir tw vnw AWT nTTTTTl. PHTNCTPAL CITIES. -
iliyn ttf v. w
Take the 8A0 a. m. or 10:25 p. m. train for the Southeast via Little Rock
and Tor St. Loul and all point North and Fast. Double dally line PumnM
Sleeper to 8U Louis. Take the 6:05 a.m. train for Fl Paso and the Wert.
Take the :3ft p. m. or 6.05 a. m. train for Waco Austin San Antonio Laredo
and Intermediate points.
-J. H. MILLER Pas. Agent Dallas. Texas. K. P. TURNER
"TTC. ODEN Ticket Agent T. P. Depot and No. fiofl Main U pa a.
T. A. U. Deot East Dalla. B. W. McCULLOLOU. O. P. A T. A. Dallas.
JOUN A. GRANT General Manager Dalla.
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