The Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 191, Ed. 1 Friday, August 26, 1887 Page: 3 of 4
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An additional machinery bull lOOOxlCO
will be eroded at tho Fair grounds to ac-
commodate the increasing multlduo of ex-
hibitors. The DrlTlug Club will eroct tholr houscB
near the loutk end of tho grand stand. The
socretary ha appllcntloua for quarters for
some celebrated Kentucky and Tonnossoe
horses. This will bo a loading fuaturo of
There are lllty-eight prlsonors lu tho
Dallas County jail.
' The School Hoard will moet to-night to
complete tho formulation of Its rulos and
Home of tho Gas Hill darklos aro accused
of chloroforming the Kick family.
Dallas wlll.now be called on to bid for tho
8tate Orphanage. The committoo will be
here on the 27 and 28 Inst.
Sim Sllgh serving a year on on tho coun-
ty farm for shcotlng A. C. Reevos was In
cltyycsterday as a trusty. Ho Is engaged
The lawn sociable that was to take placo
at tho City Park was postponod until to-
night. If tho weathor Is still unfavorable It
Will be held at the Baptist parsonage
Tho clly attorney says theovldonco show-
ed that tho city onglncor gave tho tolophouo
people authority to put those poles up. Tho
mayor and engineer should understand
each other better.
"Backward turn backward O Tlmo in
Make mo a child again Just for to-night ; "
is the exclamation in thought of many a
man who has sullurod through a long life
from some distressing disease that he miglt
have cured Willi a low bott'es of modlcl.iO
liko Dr. Piorce's " Golden Modtcal Discov-
nrv. "whinh cures all blood and sk'n dis
eases as well as consumption or scrofula of
tho lungs. If he were ' a child again" ho
would know enough to have a liotllo ol tuo
Discovery "to-night." and In old a"e
would Hot Imp.oro Father Tlmo to "lly
backward" ior his special benefit llonco
"Re wise to-day 'tis madness to defer."
Oct a botllo of tho nearest druggist.
Tlio OliickcrtiifC Fluno
The stnudard piano of the world. For sale
by C. II. Edwards T-i'i and 735 Main street.
Every Subscriber to pay up full and square
by tho llrst We can not send you two pa-
pers for tho price of one on tick So bo
ready for tho collector.
Kranklo Howard vagrancy $5.
Carrio Terry Put Geaiy J. W. PiptoD
Pete Gannon druuk and fiued $3.
John O'Brion cursing and swearing 8!.
Tom Calbrlth lunacy transferred.
G. II. Green affray $5.
Doo Fritz lor carrying a pistol trans
Bill Davis and Frank Davis lntorforlng
with private property $1 each.
Tom Angus disturbing poace 3.
Delicate Children' Nursing
Mothors Overworked Men and for all dis-
eases whoro tho tissuos are wasting away
from the inability to digest ordinary food
or from overwork of the brain or body all
such should take Scott's Emulslou of l'ure
Cod Liver Oil with Ilypophosphltes. "I
used tho Emulsion on a lady who was deli-
cate and threatonod with Bronchitis. It
nut. lmr in such rood health and flesh that I
must say It is me uosi iiiuihiou j. ever
.IHOU." Jj. 1. 'WADDKLL 01. U. illlKU'B
Mills 8. C.
A beautiful assortment of linger rings
breast pins sleeve buttons at J. P. Doher-
ty & Co's GU3 Main street next Ilickox &
Slav blossom tea. the best tea on the mar
ket at Boucbe's HJ1 Main street 00 cents
Something cool and elcirant are those
beautiful curtains at Eckford's 720 and 728
GoddeBS of rjlontv and tho smiling daugb
ter of poaco are as naught to those effected
with the demon of biliousness. Its deadly
foe is the sovereign remouy known as .mor-
It is Jones who concedes Superiority to
no man In tho State iu tilling teeth. Those
nrtlatln and bnautilul sold lllliDL' in tect'l
of his patients attest his skill. Fees aulll-
Cleni 10 JUSUiy tuai e.xireiuu jmiiubvuhiuk
and skill renuislte to the best results. See
n.nnn wl.a tlttli ifiHAII fl rtHT AIlH W I Tl
dow frames at actual cost. Noland & Co.
U jsam street.
Our lines ot lurnlture for summer fur
nishing are especially attractive anu con--prise
novelties not to be seen elsewhere.
(J. G. Eckloru's VM ana vza jenn street.
Nlco Cottage on Cabcl street; cistern
water. Apply 11 iU Cabel street.
Dr. T. S. Davie
makes a specialty of treating diseases
peculiar to children. His little medi
cine 8 aro harmless and will relievo the
lilt Icowcb without danger.
Tlnwaro and granite ironwe at manufac-
turers prices lor sale by Noland & Co. 719
A Great Mystery Solved.
Hero rccoully thore have been lots
ot residences decorated with exquis-
ite designs of furnituro aud household
goods of tho latest styles and there
havo becu many inquiries where thone
elegant goods camo from. Why the
Texas Installment Co. 619 Elm street
sell tbem on small easy installments.
The poor as well as the baukcrs are
invited to give us a call and see for
themselves that we sell on the install-
ment plan as cheap as the can buy for
By H. Rider Haggard.
Author of "She" "KiugSoIo-
Mon's Mines" "Jess" "Tho
Witch's Head" Etc.
This disaster left us in a very awkward po
sition 03 wo had now no means of transport
whatever though on tho other baud we had
not much to carry. Ammunition too was
very short amounting to but 150 rounds of
riflo cartridges and some fifty shotgun car-
tridges. How to got on wo did not know; In-
deed it seemed to us that wo had about
reached the end of our tetber. Even if wo
bad beou inclined to abandon tho objoct of
our soarcb which shadow as it was was by
no means tho caso it was ridiculous to think
of forcing our way back some 700 miles to tho
coast in our present plight; so wo cumo to tbo
conclusion that tho only thing to bo dono was
to stop wbero wo woro tho natives being so
well disposed and food plentiful for the pres-
ent and abido events and try to collect infor-
mation as to tho countries boyond.
Accordingly having purchased a capital
log canoo' largo enough to hold us all and
our beggage from tho headman of tho vll-
lago wo were staying in presenting him with
threo empty cold drawn brars cartridges by
way of payment with which ho was perfectly
delighted wo set out to inako a tour ot tbo
lnko in order to find tho most fuvorablo placo
to mako a camp. As wo did not know if wo
should return to this village wo put all our
gear into tho canoo and also a quarter of
cooked water buck which when young is dell-
clous cuting and oft wo sot natives having
already gone boforo us in light canoes to warn
thd inhabitants of the other villages of our
As wo went wo began to pass a considera-
ble accumulation of floating rushes weed
boughs of trees and other rubbish brought
Good supposed to this spot by somo current
which bo was much puzzled to account for.
Whilo wo wcro speculating about this Sir
Henry pointed out a flock of largo whito
swans which wcro feeding on tho drift somo
little way ahead of us. Now I bad ulready
noticed swans flying about this lako and
having never como across them beforo in
Africa was exceedingly anxious to obtain a
specimen. I had questioned tho natives
about them and learned that they cumo from
over tho mountuin always arriving nt certain
periods of tho year in tho early morning
whon it was very easy to catch tbem on ac-
count of their exhaust d condition.
Well wo set to work to stalk tho swans
which kept drawing as they fed nearer and
nearer to tho precipice and at lost wo pushed
tho canoo under shelter of a patch of drift
within forty yards of them. Sir Henry bad
tho shotgun loaded with No. 1 and waiting
for a chanco got two iu a lino and firing at
their necks killed them both. Up rose tho
rest thirty or moro of them with a mighty
splashing and as they did so ho gavo them
tho other barrel. Down camo ono fellow with
a broken wing and I saw tho )g of another
drop and a fow feathers start out of his buck
but ho went on quito strong. Up went tho
swans circling over higher till at last they
were mero specks level with tho top of tho
frowning precipice when I saw them form
into a triangle aud head off for tho unknown
northeast. Mcnnwliilo wo had picked up our
two dead ones and beautiful birds they were
weighing not less than about thirty pounds
each and wcro chasing the winged one
which bad scrambled over a muss of drift
weed into a pool of clear water beyond.
Finding a difficulty in forcing tho canoo
through tho rubbish I told our only remain-
ing Wakwnfl servant whom I know to bo an
excellent swiinmor to jump over divo under
tho drift and catch him knowing that as
there wore no crocodiles iu this lnko bo could
come to no barm. Entering Into tho fun of
tho thing tho man did so aud (loon was dodg-
ing about after tho winged swim in flno style
getting gradually nearer to iho rock wall
against which tho water washet us ho did so.
Suddenly bo gavo up swimming after the
swan and began to cry out that ho was being
carried away; and Indoed wo saw that though
ho was swimming with ail his strength toward
us ho was being drawn slowly toward tho
precipice. With a fow desperate strokes of
our paddles wo pushed tho canoo through tho
crust of drift and rowed toward ..lio man as
hard as wo could but fast as we went bo
was drawn faster toward tho rock. Suddouly
I saw that beforo us just rising eighteen
inches or so above tbo surface of tho la ko was
what looked liko tho top of tho arch oi' a sub
merged cavo or railway tunnel. Evid-mtly
from tbo wntcr mark on tho rock sovera? feet
above it it was generally entirely submerj d ;
but thero bad been a dry season and tho c id
bad provonted tbo snow from melting
freely as usual so tho lako was low and tl.)
arch showed. Toward this arch our pooi
servant was being sucked with frightful
rapidity. Ho was not moro than twenty
paces from it and wo woro about thirty wheu
I saw it and with litNo help from us the
canoe flow along after him. Ho struggled
bravely and I thought that wo should have
saved him when suddenly I perceived an ex-
pression of despair como upon bis face and
there beforo our eyes be was sucked down into
the cruel swirling blue depths and vanished;
at the samo moment I felt our canoo seized as
with a mighty band and propelled with resist-
less force toward tbo rock.
We realised our danger now and rowed or
rather paddled furiously in our attempt to
get out of tho vortex. In vain; in another
second we were flying straight for tho arch
like an arrow and I thought that wo were
lost Luckily I retained sufllcient presence
of mind to shout out instantly setting the ex-
amplo by throwing myself into the bottom of
the canoo "Down on your fores down 1" and
the others bad tho senso to take tbe hint. Iu
another instant thero was a grinding noise
and tho boat was pushed down till tho waU-r
began to trick lo over the sides and I thought
that we were gone. But no; suddenly tbe
grinding ceased and wo could again feel the
canoo flying along. I turned my bead a lit-
tle I dared not lift It-and looked up. By
the feeble lijht that yet reached the canoe '.
could mako out that a dense arch cf roc'
hung just over our heads and that was al
In another minute I could not even make w '
as much as that for tbo faint light br i
merged into shadow and tbe shadows fa- )
been swallowed op in darkness utter a '.I
For an hour or so we hi? tben notdar "
to lift our heads for fear lfist the brains should
be dasbod out of thorn and scarcely ablo to
speak ovon on account of tho nolso of tho
rushing wntor which drowned our voices.
Not indeed that we had much inclination to
speak seeing that wo wore overwhelmed by
the awfulness of our position and tho imml-
nontjfear of Instant death cither by being
dashed against tho sides of tho cavern or on a
rock or being sucked down in tho raging
waters or porhaps asphyxiated by want of
air. All of tlieso and many other modus of
death prcsontcd themselves to my Imagina-
tion as I lay at tho bottom of tho cunoo listen-
ing to tho swirl of tho hurrying waters which
ran whlthor we know not. Ono other sound
only could I hear and that was Alphonsc's
intermittent bowl of terror coming from tho
center of tho canoo aud ovon that seemed
fulnfc and unreal. Indeed tho wholo thing
overpowered my brain and I began to be-
lieve that I was tho victim of somo ghustly
spirit shaking nightmare.
TUB UOBB OP FI11E.
Ou wo flow drawn by tho mighty current
till at last I noticed that tho sound of tho
water was not half so deafening as it had
been and concluded that this must bo be-
cause tboro was more room for tho echoes to
disporso in. I could now bear Alphonso's
howls much moro distinctly; they wero mado
up of tho oddest mixture of invocations to
tho Supremo Power and tho namo of bis be-
loved Annette that it is possible to conceive;
and in short though tholr evident earnest-
ness saved tbem from profanity wero to say
tho least vory remarkable. Taking up a
paddle I managed to drivo it into bis ribs
whereon bo thinking that tho end had come
howled louder than over. Then 1 slowly and
cautiously ralsod mysolf on my kneas and
Btrotched my hand upward but could touch
no roof. Next I took tho paddlo and lifted it
abovo my head as high as I could but with
tho samo result. I olso thrust it out laterally
to tho right and loft but could touch nothing
except water. Then I bethought mo that
thero was in tho boat among our other re-
maining possessions a bull's eye lantern and
itlnnl nil. I croced about and found it.
and bavins a match on mo. carefullv lit it.
and ns soon as tho flame baa got a hold of tho
wick I turned it on down the lnt. As it
happened tho first thing the light lit on was
tho whito and scared face of Alphonso who
thinking that it was all over at last and that (
ho was witnessing a preliminary ce-
lestial phenomenon gavo a tcrrillo yell
and wns with difficulty reassured with
tho paddli. As for tbo other three Good
was lying on the Hat of his back Mi eye-
glass still llxed in his eye and gazing blankly
into tho upper darkness. Kir Henry had his
head resting on tho thwarts of tho canoo and
with bis band was trying to test tho speod of
tho water. But whon tho beam of light fell
upon old Umslopogaas I could really bavo
laughed. I think I havo said that wo had put
a roast quarter of water buck into tho canoo.
Well it so bapponed that when wo all pros-
trated ourselves to avoid being swept out of
tho boat und into tho water by tho rock roof
Umsloioguas' hoad had come down uncom-
monly near this roast buck and so soou as lie
had recovered a littlo from tho first shock of
our position it occurred to him that bo was
hungry. Thereupon bo coolly cut oft a chop
with Inkosl-kaas and was now employed in
eating it with every appearance of sutibfuc-
tion. As ho afterward explained ho thought
that ho was going "on a long journey" and
preferred to start on a full stomach. It ro-
miuded me of tho people who aro going to bo
hanged and who aro generally reported in
tho English dally papers to bavo mado "an
As soon as tho othors saw that I had man-
aged to light up tho lamp wo bundled
Alphonso into tho farther end of tho canoo
with a threat which calmed him wonder-
fully that if ho would insist upon making
tho darkness hideous with his cries wo would
put him out of suspense by sending him to
join tho Wakwnfl and wait for Annotto in
another sphere and -began to discuss the
situation ns well as we could. First how-
ovor at Good's suggestion wo bound two
paddles mast fashion in tho bows so that
they might givo us warning against any
sudden lowering of tho roof of tho cavo or
water way. It was clear to us that we wero
in an underground river or as Alphonso de-
fined it "main drain" which carried off tho
tho superfluous waters of tho lako. Such
rivers are well known to exist in many purts
of tho world but it has not often been tho
evil fortuno of explorers to travel by them.
That tbo river was wido wo could clearly sco
for tho light from tho bull's eyo lantern
failed to reach from Bhoro to shore although
occasionally whon tho current swept us either
to one sido or tho other wo could distinguish
the rock wnll of tho tunnel which as fur as
wo could mako out appeared to arch about
twenty-fivo feet above our beads. As for the
tho current itself it ran' Good estimated ut
least eight knots and fortunately for us was
as is usual fiercest in the middlo of the
stream. Still our first act was to arrango
that ono of us with the lantern and a pole
there was in the canoo should always bo in
the bows ready if possible to prevent
ns from being stove in against tho
sido of tho cave or any project-
ing rock. Umslopogaas having already
du:d took tho llrst turn. This was abso-
lute) with one exception ail that we could
do towards preserving our safety. The ex-
ception was that another of us took up a po-
sition in the stern with a paddle by means of
which it wife possible to steer tho canoo more
or less and (0 keep her from tho sides of tho
cave. These motors attendod to we mode a
somewhat spariiV meal off tbe cold buck's
meat (for we did t know how Ions; it might
havo to last in); ol then feeling in rather
better spirits I gavomy opinion that soriouc
as it undoubtedly vfcis I did not considor our
position altogether without hope nnloss in-
deed the natives woro right and the river
plunged straight down into the bowels of tbe
earth. If not it was clear tbat it must emerge
somewbero jfobably on tbe other side cf the
mountains and in tbat case all we bad to
think of was to keep ourselves alive till we
pot there wherever nbcre" might be. But
of course as Good lugubriously pointed out
on the other hand we might fall victims to a
lr jted horrors or the river
i ti.M " "' I away insiae uraesna iui
itii.-i .1 i.' i.. 'deb. case our fata would in-
i .! ! m- .v 1 it one.
' i ! i- . )pe for the best and prepare
. . ; . . r. -i i worst" said Sir Henry who
. '.'al and even spirited very
j ( .. gth in tbe time of trouble.
i ' i I.-' i -! .outof so many queer scrapes
j t "N i u r somehow I almost fancy we
t ' .. k . Oiuua. -naaoued.
('I o be continued.)
I! jiflnliilirirm:;11'!; : V ViUtimtoii!W9 H
Tho trentmetit of ninny thousands of eases
of thnso ehronio iveakniTw s and dirilrrwiinir
ailments peculiar to li'iiiulis at. the Invalids'
Hotel and Hun.-lcnl Institute Hiillulo N. V.
hun afforded a vast expi'i'lriico iu ulcriy mlupl-
intr und tlmrmiKhl.v li stlnir ri'ini'dies fur Ihu
cum of woman 'h peculiar maladies.
Ir. lMerco'H favorite I'roHrrlptloii
is tlin oiitirrowtli or result of this vn-ut und
valuable expeiieiiec. Thousands ol testimo-
nials received from patients mul from physl-
clutin who have tested It In the more iiirtrni-
vuteil and obstinate eases which had bullied
their skill prove it to lie tho most wonderful
remedy over devise 1 for the relief und cure of
suirerinnr women. It is not recommended linn
"cure-ull" but iifl a most perfect Speeltio for
woman's peculiar ailments.
Ah u powerful. Invigorating tonic
it impurii Btrenprlli to tho wholo s.vhtem
and to tho womb und lta appendages In
particular. For overworked ' worn-out"
''run-down" debilitated teachers milliners
drewaiialiers pcunistivsscs "cliop-itli l;V' hoiihc-
kecper nurHltur motlieivi anil feeble women
generally Dr. I'ieren's l'uvoritn Prescription
is tho greatest earthly boon bring uucipiiiled
as an e.ppetlzlivr cordial and restorative tonle.
As a .ooihlntf niil Kirciiifthculiiif
incrvltic " Favorite Prescription" is une-
aimled mid Is hiviiluahlo in allayinir and mib-
uinif nervous excitability irritability ex-
haustion proHtrut ion. Iivrterir. i-".i'mi und
other di:;t.reRsiii'; ncrvoui "yinphans com-
monly attendant upon functional and organic
dlseaso ot Urn womb. It induce.! refn slum?
sleep mul relieve i.'.i.i.i..! i.'.'.vUty mid de-
spondency. Dr. Via rco 'H I':.: orlW r'rOMcrlnHoil
ln a leKiti er.uto jLieolri-.ic carefully
COinpouilue'l iy UO CA 'l i irjn-ni unu rMtioiio
physician and adapted lo ivoman's delicate
Orraio.urion. '. l:t purely v'-nniiiu in iih
composition and perfectly harmless iu its
effects in any comii'lon ot' the sysii in. For
morning sleUncra or r.amv.i from whatever
cuusi! arlninr wc.il. utomac!' indigestion dys-
pepsia und kiudr"d ryniploms its ui.v in small
dotes will prove very hcncilctul.
"I'nvorllo ProMcriptlou " Inn iois.
tlvociiro for the lisorf complicated and oli-
Stinule case s of iem ot rlica excessive (lowing
painful menstruation unnatural suppressions
prolapsus or falling of Hie womb wcnlt back
" female wealtmvs" nntevcrslon retroversion
hearing-down sensutions chronic congestion
Inllaininatlnii and ulceration of the womb in-
llammiition pain mid tenderness iu a varies
accompanied with "Internal bent."
As a roirulntor und promoter of func-
tional notion at Unit critical period of chungo
from girlhood to womanhood " Fuvorito Pro-
scription " is a perfectly i-afe remedial agent
and outi produce only good results It Is
cniiullv clneucioun und valuable iu its effects
when taken for those disorders und derange-
ments incident to that later and most critical
period known ns " The Change of Life."
"Fuvorito IrOMcrlptlon" when taken
In connection with t lu. i;s or Ir. Pierce's
(Jolden Medical Discovery and small laxative
doses of llr. l'lcroi.'s Purgative Pellets (Little
Liver I'llltO. cures Liver Kidney and liluddcr
diseases. Their combined use also removes
blood taints und abolish cancerous and
scrofulous humors from tho system.
"Favorite K'roseriptlon Is tho only
medicine for women nold by druggists under
a posllivo guarantee from the manu-
facturers that it will give satisfaction in every
case or money will bo refunded. This guaran-
tee has been printed on the bottle-wrapper
and lulthfully carried out for many years.
Large bottles (100 doses) $1.00 or six
bottles tor $5.00.
For large. Illustrated Treatlsoon Diseases of
Women (ItHI pages paper-covered) send ten
cents in stamps. .Address
World's Dispensary Medical Association
C03 main St ISITFAI.O. N. V.
HUNTS VI LLE ALABAMA.
Thirty-eighth Session begins Wednesday
Sentcinhcr. 7. l.SfiT. A desiruhlo school lor
your daughters in all Departments oi Fe
male r.UUcailou. auppiieu vuu new instru-
ments tino Apparatus aud full Faculty.
Charges reasonable. For Catalogues and
turiua apply to
a. b. JO.NF.E.. U. i).. L. i i.. l'ree.cont.
Dr Pinole leprosy. In a ilNonsc which i conlderod
Incurable but It'lia" yielded to the curative prop-
ertied of Bwirr'a Nrr inc now kmmn nil out
the world nsM. S. S. Mis. Unllev of West Sonirr-
Tlllc Sln-nnrnr IUton wn-oittijfl'.rd several yen rs
ago with this hideous I1 jrk era ft ioa ami was treat-
ed by the best medical lali'tit vhoroti'il only".
(hat thoii-rn"cvas n v:e cf LEPROSY
sndroasoipienlly Incurable. It is lniihle t ido-
acrihe her suffering's. Ibr body froaithc crownc!
her held to the soles of her b-rt v;.s raof tic-
ray -lie fli'sh rottin?off and h aving rn-it cavities.
IKt llniTrs festered B'ul several nails drnpind ofl
St one time lb r Itaiba ceatrartcd by tho fenrfal
ulcoratinn and foryenrs f tic did not leave her bed.
Her weiirht was ndiired from toGo lb. Sonic
taint ides of her conditma can be plena d fnm
Die fart that three pounds of t'n-nioiiiio or oint-
ment were uscl tier week in ircsing her sore
Finally thephv-hhnaai.knowicd'.i-d llirir debal
by tl is Mark Vlf and comjiendid the suUvre'
o her sllwise Creator.
Hot husband hcarlne wonderful reports of Swift"!
FpociSc (si. ti. R.). prcvalletl en her to try it as s
tut resort. Mho beu'rtn its no under protest but
anoa found that her avstem was being relieved
the poison aa the aon s a'sumiil a red and healthy
Color as thonch tbe blond as hecomini; pure sni
Sctivc lr. lulleycmitinufdtho H.8.S. m ttlla
Februan-; nttf sure was healed; '.)0 di-carded
chair and f ruS of smd wna for tlie firt time In li
jreara a well woman. 1IT husbaod Ir. V. A. Hal-
ley Is In business at 17J Biackstona Street Boa-
ton snd will take pleasure in Rivinc the details ot
thia wundertiil fire riewl to os for Xreatue oc
Blood sod bkia llisesses s sikd f rte.
1 Tm 6WOT Srtcmo Ca. .swrr Atlanta flu
Pipe Brass Goods
Water Works and Plainlicrs Snpplies
md Flro lirlck .Vachinory Btippllea
Belting Shafting &c.
407 Kim St. Dallas.
Tourist Traveler Emigrant
and tbo l'ublic Generally.
Gulf Colorado A Santa Fe It'y
Uneanallcd ! Exclnsivc ! Unexcelled!
on all through train 6 between
G alveston Ft. "Worth
KllKK to Passengers holding KIrst-class
tickets from (Jalvcstou or llotiston to
Kort Worth Uainesvillo or Dal-
las or from Fort Worth
Gainesville or Dallas
to Galveston or
To aud from Intermediate Points
l."iO Miles or less 2rConts: laO to i!.'0 Miles 80
Cents; over 2SU Miles 75 Cents.
New CoachoH Splendid Equip
mcnts Fast Tiinc Suro
M1M0S tho Shortest Houte FOUT
A WOKTH toOAlXESVILLH.
rplIK best Tlouto to DALLAS FARM-
1 KRSVlL'Ji.UOXEY GltoyK.
MILKS the Shortest Route DALLAS
to HUSKY GKUVK.
TDK FaVorilo Roulo to HOUSTON
NAVASOTA MONTUO-MtllY CON-
rnUK only Route to LAMPASAS COLB-
1 -MAN 15ALLINGKR IIRUWNWUOD
DIRECT Connection from Austin Waco
Gatesvillo San Antonio McmphiB Ht.
Louis Kansas City and all points North
East and West.
rfMio only Route running Solid Throtiph
1 Trains UALVESTUNFURT WORTH
For further Information address.
JAMES S. CARIC
Gen'l Pass and Ticket Agent Galveston.
W. J. STORMS
Ticket Atfent. Dallas.
St.Lonis Arkansas and Texas By
ARKANSAS 1 TEXAS
VIA CAIRO TO
Coimcetini' In Union Depots wltlx
For all points in
ILLINOIS IOWA WISCONSIN IN-
DIANA MICHIGAN PEN-
and all points
North and Bast
and via Mcmybis to all points in the
Don't buy a ticket from any point untl
vou have consulted the agents of the tit.
Louis Arkansas & Texas railway.
D. Miller K. V. Ijtilieaume
Gcn'l Pass. Apt Ass't Gon'l Pass. Agt
HI. Louis Mo.
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Genl Apt Pass Kept Gen'l Man.
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THB NEW DEPARTURE DRUMS
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Gilbert, C. E. The Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 191, Ed. 1 Friday, August 26, 1887, newspaper, August 26, 1887; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth293911/m1/3/: accessed May 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .