The Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 206, Ed. 1 Monday, September 12, 1887 Page: 1 of 4
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OLD SEIUES VOL. 38.
DALLAS TEXAS. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 12 1887.
VOL. U NO. 1MH1
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Silverware Suectacles Etc.
A Progressive Commissioners'
Goliad Tex Sept 8. Yesterday
the county commissioners' court com-
pleted the purchase of a farm for pau-
pers about two miles above the city
110 acres tor $2500. It also passed an
order to build a free bridge across the
San Antonio river a half mile above
Goliad. The bridge is to be of the
best wrought iron and proposals for
building it are to bo advertised ouo
months in the Nowa after September
20 by which time tho necessary sur-
rey and dimensions of the work can
bo accurately ascertained. I
TELEGRAPHIC . NEWS.
The Latest From EVery Quar-
ter of the World.
Longviow has onlv throo persons in
jail. ' '
Burglars tried to got Into tho Savoy
post office but failed.
Tails had eighteen convictions in
county court in ouo day.
Palestine has borod 82 foet for po
t role urn aud struck a rock.
The fugitive McGarlglo has boou
expelled by tho Masons. .
Paris has niailo improvements in a
year that foot up over $L000O00.
Cleburne is organizing a water-
works company aud Templo talks of
It Is said that Bismarck has deter-
mined to thwart the czar's Bulgarian
The Klrkpatric Presbytery of tho
Cumberland riosbyterian church is in
session ut Corsicana.
John P. Levy sold to Col. AVylic ot
the Dallas Archer & Pacific a largo
tract of land in Decatur.
Lewis Brock jumped his bond and
all Copeviile was after him Saturday.
Lewis was chargod with horso theft.
Tho emperor and empress of Ger-
many leavo Babolsburg to-day reach-
ing otellior this eveningf where they
will spend this week.
The schoonor David Downs re-
ported lost with all on board in Lake
Superior was not lost but canio safe
to Marquetto Mich.
K. Duncan shot aud killed W. II.
Brooks at Rocky Comfort Ark. They
wore respectable farmers-and had
Tho board of uiauagors do not con
aider tho cvtdenco sufficient to war
rant tho removal of Dr. Dorsctt su
pcrintcudent of the insane asylum.
Judgo Hazelwood of Marshal or
doredaboyto bo whipped twenty'
five lashes for theft of a pocket book
and a deputy sheriff did the whip
' C. J. Hancock charged with killing
II. E. Holloway at Weimar August 29
was given bail by Judgo McCormick
at Columbus. A bond for $6000 was
S. T. Bond chargod in tho Federal
court with stealing fifty hood of horses
in tho Territory was capturod in
Leavenworth Kan. aud brought back
by Marshal Currie.
Ike Walker colored was found dead
near Jefferson with a bullet iu his
head. He left his homo Thursday to
hunt geese aud his horso came homo
with blood on the saddle The body
found on Saturday.
A passenger train ran into an open
switch at Honey Grove collidingwlth
a freight train. Candy Johnson
brakeman was badly hurt and Rob-
ert Wells of Shetman got a severe
cut over the eye. '
John Hardgroves an Industrious
negro was brutally beaten near
Payne's Store Hunt county by lorty
whito men. Their only pretext for
the act was that they "want no nig'
gers there. " They rau oil' a famiiy of
frccdmou there a year aeo.
The first law suit under the new law
by which dogs aro made property has
arisen in San Antonio. A saddler
had an execution lovied on some fine
bird dogs belonging to J. O. Sullivan.
Tho property was rcplevined by Sul-
livan and the new statute will bo
A battle with alleged train robbers
occurred at Mauchaca near Austin
on the 10th Threo men were camped
near the town and one of them went
into tho place where he was arrested.
Officers then went out and attacked
tho other two who escaped alter a
skirmish. They are supposed to be
the McNeil robbers.
riirr fnhinro of the best dualities aad
low prices at A. E. Bouehe's. I
Tho Routine Work or Saturday
James Morouey ot als asked tho re-
peal of theflro ordinance which places
tho following in the fire limits : " Com-
mencing at the cornor of Ross avenue
and Grifllu street thouco on Ross
avenue to Magnolia street thence
south on Magnolia streot to Camp
street thonco west on Camp street to
Griffin street theiico north to tho bo-
'ginning there being but oue brick
building aud no business houso in tho
Msj. John Henry Brown asking that
$20 bo paid the Missionary church as
por contract made last year for widen-
ing Ilnrwood street.
James Edmuudsou asked for $25
for recovering dead body of Mrs.
Boach from tho river in August 1880.
Mrs. Baird complained of excessive
assessment of her homestead.
Citizens of Main streot represent-
ing 20(14 fuet protostiug against laying
streot car track on that street.
Chief of fire department reported
that ho had had no telophono service
in two days.
Citizens of Main street represent-
ing 2811 feot asking that tho company
bo permitted to lay double track on
J. 11. Forsyth was allowed $25.66 for
injuries received by stepping into a
hole on Elm street.
Mr. Locb reported in favor of sub-
stituting Palo Pinto Angst ones for
wood in paving street crossings.
Tho council rcluscd to havo the
$420.50 worked out by calabooso pris
ouers chargod to tho streot depart-
ment because the work was not done
under the supervision of tho street
Roport giving street car company
authority to lay doublo track was
adopted by a vote of 7 to 4.
The following report of President
Gill shows list of teachers nud their
High School F. M. Johnson prin
cipal $125 ; Miss Imogen Walker as
sistaut $100; Calvin McCormick
specialist in science S85 j J. C. Key
nolds specialist in mathomatics $85
Iutormodiato Department H. M.
Bryan principal. $90; Miss M. B
ilouuerson in chargo of the hall $80;
11. ii. Maioue assistant $70; MIhs
Auuio Keiper assistant $70; Mrs. IS.
u. Minor ana -Mies l'.lla Morton asais
tants $(10 each.
Primary Department Miss Ruth de
PnnPrtft ntlH Afottin Ifnlm oaaiatnnia
$70 each aua Mrs. H. Staubcrry and
Miss M R. Martin assistants $(10
Ward School No. 1 Miss L. Co wart
principal $80; Miss Alico Levy assist
No. 2 W. F. Weacr principal $80;
Mrs. M. C. Foster. assistant. $60.
No. 3 J. P. Vaughan principal $70;
Misses u li. Met call ana Veta iverka-
litz assistants $00 each.
No. 4 Miss Nellie P. Crauo prin-
cipal $70 ; Miss Lula Sivcy assistant
Colored Schools No. 1 J. W. Roy
principal $70; Mrs. M. A. Carson J.
P. Stark and AV. AV. Jones asssistants
No. 2 - P. E. Spralliu principal $7C;
Mrs. Maitie Wiley assistant $60.
J. M. Movers janitor of tho Central
Tho Blrcot car company was given
authority to connect its Ervay aud
Commcrco aud. Main street lines also
Main and San Jacinto lines by proper
curves. This ordinance passed second
W. II. Morgan merchant Lake City
fin r m a ..ban with utVAPtt nl.l
tended with a distressing cough aud
running into consumption in its first
stages lie tried many so-called popu-
lar cough remedies and steadily grew
worse was reaucca in ucsa nau aii-
ficulty in breathing and was unablo to
sleep finally tried ur. lung s .new
Discovery for Consumption and found
immodiate relief and after nsing half
a dozen bottles found himself well and
has had no return of the disease. No
other remedy can show so grand a
record of cures as Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. Guaran-
teed to do lost what is claimed for it
Trial bottle freo at AV. 11. Howell &
Bro'a. drug store.
U M Opcnhclnior Galveston is iu
Chas. L. Kettler Navosota is at tho
AV. T. Palfrey Houston is in tho
Miss Dixon Forth Worth is at tho
H. E. Moycr San Antonio is in tho
Chas. O. AVood of tho Hkkald ar-
rivod homo from Lavaca this mornlug.
His family will stay thero a while
Ion go r.
Iilceuaed to Marry.
Alfred Pearson to Ellon L. Roberts.
Harry A. Laughton to Lula May
AVm. Germs to Hattio Ostcrhcld.
King Lano to Mrs. Lucy AVeekly.
Burt Homo to Maggie Berry.
May blossom tea the best tea on tho mar-
ket ut Douche's tt!4 Main streot fiu cents
Complaints aro mado that tho
dumpiug ground has becoino an in-
tolerable nuisance. Filth has accu-
mulated thero until tho health of a
largo number of citizens is threatened.
Something should bo douo about it at
Buckwheat roasted coQoes ennuod goods
mackerel herrings apple butter fresh
crackers etc. at Louche' 824 Main street.
Tycoon Chop Blended May Blossom tens
the best teas in tho market for 600 and 7"u
per pound at A. E. Douche's.
Tho people ou San Jacinto street
bctwoeu Boglo and Gormaula aro
serenaded every night by a huge
bull dog. Ho barks all night.
Fresh butter on ice cheese hums fruits
etc. A good assortment of Grocorles al-
wnys on hand atA1. U. Craddock's No. 8o:t
Krvay street Rrir fair dealing and low
prices refor tp-thjle who have traded with
him lor lour pain.
Cattle frequent tho vacant lots on '
North Harwood street at night.
It is Jones who concodes Superiority to
no man in the State In tilling teeth. Those
artistic and beautiful gold filling In teeth
of his patleuts attest his skill. Fees sufli-
cicnt to justily that extreme painstaking
and skill requisite to tho best results. See
$20.40 to St. Louis andlteturu.
Tho Frisco Line has placod round
trip tickets to St. Louis on sale at all
stations on tho Gulf Colorado &
Santa Fo Ry. and principal stations
on 'the Houston and Texas Central
and Texas Pacific R'ys. Thoy aro
good to roturn until October 25th.
The Frisco Lino train leaves from tho
Gulf Colorado & Snut a Fo depot in
Dallas whero tickets may bo obtainod.
The route is via Paris Ft. Smith and
Springllcld Mo. Bud is much shorter
iu miles and many hours quicker in
timo than any other through car lino.
Tho llnost Pullinnn bufl'ot sleepers
leave Dallas daily at 11:50a. in. from G.
C. & S. Fo depot running through to
St. Louis without change and making
direct connection in tho Union depot
with all lines for the North and East.
Geo. A. Knight of Dallas is tho agent
for the now routo
Jtonewa Her Youth.
Mrs. I'hu'bo Chesley Peterson Clay
Co. Iowa veils tho following remark-
able story the truth ot which is
vouched for by tho residents of tho
town: "I am 73 years old have been
troubled with kiducy complaint and
lamouess for many years; could not
dress myself without help. Now I am
freo from all pain and soreness ana
am able to do all ltiv own house work.
I owo my thanks to Electric Bitters for
having renewed my youth and re-
moved completely all disease and
pain." Try a bott le only 50 cents at
W. 1L Howell & Brr Drug Stora
Toilet Soaps. Snonircs. Texas Tolu Chew
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Pipe Brass Goods
Water WorlnDflPlnmto Supplies
ud Fire Brick Machinery Supplies
Belting Shafting &c.
407 Elm St. Dallas.
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