The Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 206, Ed. 1 Monday, September 12, 1887 Page: 3 of 4
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GILBERT & CLARK
Editors and Proprietor.
LAWYER AND VOTAItV
IHTIST-Charlci B Lewis
jMtoiic0 Building Kim street.
DENTISTS Drs. J.C.King A
JV".G. Jones over China IIul
SJJ3JJJPX0. 803 Main and 804Elm it.
Freih country butter at A. E. Bouche'i.
Way down prices on Mantel and Grates
lllg stoi k at Meltosky Hardware Co.
Grates and mantles latest styles at No-
land A Co. 710 Kim street.
Builders hardware lor sale by Noland A
Co. 711) Kim street.
Smith A Co. are headquarters lor build-
ers' hardware carpenter tools Into and
Iron mantels. Fame. cook stovos lullor
Warren Co. wrought Iron ranges and splen-
did lire-place boaters.
Mantols and Grates handsomest designs
ever put upon the market. Wees cut way
down. McKosky Hardware Co.
Bucks Brllllunt Cook Stoves are the best.
Every body uslcg thorn says so. McKosky
. Hardware Co. Boll them.
Noland & Co. 719 Kim stroct have a new
stock bought tor cash and sold cheap.
Carpenter tools lor sale by Noland A Co.
7 1st Kim street.
Good rental organs at Frees & Son's.
'JO-H.E" Never Fail
to euro croup In tiltceu minutes dlptherla
In one hourllux In two hours Dknouk
Fkvkr In live hours. All burns bruises
sprains and pains quickly curod. "JO HK"
is only to be had at 1310 Kim street.
General Houtaugef is Here
In march sheet music lorm at sales rooms of
Frees & Sou's.
Grover Cleveland Marchca
And other popular music at Frees & Son s.
The Herald does all kinds of job print-
lug in good style at lowest rateB.
The Mantels and Grates sold by Smith A
Co. are unsurpassed In stylo Bnd llnlsh.
Prices low as the lowest.
i v Tt.i.i.n tlm Main street irrocor. has
UBt 'added a splondid refrigerator In which
.. i... .inr.D. tlm frnulinat. enuntrv butter.
eggs and lrcsn leisciimau-s yearn wmuu
kept as cold as can bo.
Tho Perfection Water Klevatorand Purl-
lying Pump. Sold by McKosky Hardware
Liver and bowol complaints are the most
frequent that oll'ect the human family. Mor-
ris' Cascarine will effectually banish them
from the system.
A Great Mystery Bolvotl.
Hero recently there Lave bocu lots
ot residences decorated with exquis-
ite desijrus of furniture and household
goods of the latest styles and there
have boon many inquirlos whero those
dan-ant. anniia canio from. Why. the
ua una it'""' " - .
.Toxas Installment Co. 619 Elm street
sell them on small easy nuiauiiienis.
Tho poor as well as tho bankers are
invited to jrivo us a call and soo for
themselves that wo sell on tho install-
ment plan as cheap as they can buy for
At the war-rooms of Frees A Son's a large
and well sclocted stock of pianos and organs.
' Pricos moderate. Terms reasonable.
John Klein 012 Main street practical hatr
ter. Cleaning and renovating silk soft and
still bats a specialty. Work guaranteed.
On the cflective action or the digestive or.
gans depends vigor of body tho glow or
health and poacoof mind. Afloctions dis-
turbing those aids to vigorous manhood aro
dissipated by Morris' Cuscarluo.
Diseases and Insidious. A headache.
' sleepless norvousiutss mark their lncep-
tton. Morris' Cascarino will remove the
cause of the trouble. It Is In fallible In
such cases. ' '
Little and Lively.
The times change and we change with
them. Hardly larger than mustard seeds
but composed of highly concentrated veget-
able extracts Dr. Pierce's ' Pleasant Pur-
catlve Pollcts ' have caused the old stylo
large drastic cathartic pills to be abandoned
by all sensible people. The little sugar-
coated Pellets are a sure cure lor constipa-
tion : for persons ot sedentry habits they
are Invaluable. They are little and lively
. pleasant and safe.
The Erie Telephone Co. have moved to
their new and commodious olllces at the
cornor of Main and 8ycamore streots in the
.third story of tho Western Newspaper Uni-
' Open Day and Nlglit.
Lang Brothers have removed their busi-
ness to Xl Main street one door above St.
James Hotel. Their lunch and chop houae
is now -complete in all its appointments
with a full corps or polito and attentive
waiters and get your orders tilled promptly
without delay. All the delicacies of tho
seaoon including oysters in any style are
now to be had at Lang- Brothers N)0 Main
Tho ladies of Dallas and North Tex-
M y - - tinreciatcd tho endeavors ol
"Hyt)ia i Am street to es
ller sneives ana
ontain the latest
shapes in bon-
As fast as
Golng to Harry.
In the list of marriage license is-
sued to-day is ono'of Alfred Pearson
to Ellon L. Koborts. This is the case
in which Mrs. E. M. Toarson of
Brockvillc Canadn has interfered.
She claims that AM.-'oarsou is hor
husband and Alias Roberts has been
given fair warning by publications iu
this paper and by loiters from Mrs.
Pearson that such is tho caso. Several
of Pearson's letters from Dallas to his
wifo in Canada havo eomo to tho IIkh-
ald ofllco and others havo boon shown
to tho county clork. They aro ccr-
tnlnly in tho handwriting of Alfrod
Pearson who signed his name to-day
to obtain llccnso to marry. l)csldos
one was written tho 7th of July. The
parties wero known at Abilene and
Alf Pearson is known to bo tho samo
man who claimod to be married to tho
Canada woman out there lie writes
in his Jotters calliug her "My Dear
Wifo" and the caso seems to bo a clear
ono against him. If he wishes to ex-
plain the IIeuald will bo glad to
publish what he has to say.
" Wo lay at night. ' Would God the day
were here' ...
And say at dawn 'Would God the day
were dead.' " ...
How well Swinburne emphasized the feol-
mir nf thousands of Earth's fairest dauirh-
i.rl n n tA Inf. I ntAUtlatA llT fllUAARe'R
fell-hand. But Instead of the anguish of
despair wnat a song oi joy ascenus iroin uib
hearts ol thoso ladles who have usod Dr.
Pierces "Favorite Prescription" and by
Its means been restored to. tho glorious
sunshine ot health. J t is a positive remedy
for those derangements irregularities and
weaknesses so common to our best female
population. Price reduced to one aouar.
Try Pond's Extract the remedy by unanl
mous verdict for Indentation and pain. Do
not he deluded by spurious preparations.
Block Lubricating OH.
At J. L. Williams durg store 00r Main
Greeu wire cloth screen door and win-
dow frames at actual cost. Noland A Co.
71D Kim streot.
Red Ant Exterminator at J. L. Williams'
drug store 605 Main street.
For -tickets. Marasmus ami
Wasting: Disorders of Childrsn
Scott's Emulsion of Puro Cod Liver
Oil with Hypopbospliltcs is unequaiioa.
The rapidity with which children gain llcsh
and strength upon it Is very wonderful.
Head the following: "I havo uho Scott's
Emulsion in cases of Rickets and Marasmus
of long standing and have been more than
pleased WUQ tue results as in every case
the improvement was marked." J. M.
Main M. D. New York.
Honey maplo syrup by tho gallon or
quart also dried beef at A. E Boucho's.
A largo Stock or Builders Uardwaro at
Tho Hardman pianos now on exhibition
and for sale by Frees & Son's.
Pains in the small ot the back are caused
by affoction ol tho kidnoys They will be
banished by the use ol Morris' Cascarine.
Low prices asked for pianos and organs at
Frees & Son's. Please call and be con-
Silver King yeast powders at A. E. Hon-
che's Ki4 Main street.
Lad i oh are Arrested
While passing Frees & Son's war-rooms
by their Inviting display of elegant Hurde-
mun pianoN now on exhibition.
Ninth year opens Sept. 6th. Personal at-
tention given to pupils. Send lor catalogue
Address Mis. C. X. Dickluson princirrl.
Organ Sold '
On rctal payment at Frees A Son's.
Economy In Renting
Planoj and organs rrom Frees A Son' s a
money paid Is applied towards the pur
chase ot instruments.
New Branch Heat Market.
Many of our citizens on Ross avenue will
be glad to know that Mr. H. Harris the old
reliable butcher will open on Saturday
July 31 a branoh meat market at the corner
or Boss avenue and Johnson street where
he will at all times keep the treshest and
rattest meat. Mr. Harris having unsur-
passed facilities will servo at this market
the best beef veal mutton pork etc. that
can be round in the market. A polite and
experienced butcher will attend to your
wants. This will be a groat convenience
to those who have had so lar to send after
their meats. Mr. Harris guarantees that at
this branch the best of everything shall be
kept and at as low prices as possible. In
connection with the meat market a com-
plete stock ot family groceries will bo kept.
They will be fresh and sold at tho lowest
figures. It will be under the management
of Mr. T. G. Peyton an affable and accom-
modating gentleman who will see that
your wants are supplied In a manner satis-
factory to yourself.
On rental payment at Frees A Son's.
Bnoklen'e Arnica Salve.
The best salve in tho world for Cuts
n i... TTlvra Rait RheuHL
Fever Bores Tetter Chapped Hands
Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup-
1 1 .1 nA. ttA V fflllM T 1 1t' III II U
pay required. It Is guaranteed to jrivf
perfect sausiacuuu ur """y i.
Before Judge Hurt on Writ of
About thirty witnesses aru at tho
court house waiting to bo examined
In tho Mason Miller caso. Tho render
will remember that Miller was -cap
tured about ton days ago iu Mason
couuty at tho cabin of ills brother
just boforo ho left with his wile
for Mexico she having recently .gono
from this city to- liiiu. Tho licensed
is boforo Judsro Hurt on writ of
haboas corpus. Tho testimony so fur
goos to show that Collier Miller niid
several other mon wore on their way
from Dallas to their homes six or
eight miles west of the city. At John
Luck's store six miles from town
Mlllor got into a controversy
as to who Was "tho fast-
est man." Each insisted that lie
was tho "fastest man that ovor went
down tho road." Finally tho quarrel
grow into a fight and Collier backed
off from Mlllor who came toward him
with his baud in his pocket. Finally
Collier shot at Millor. Friouds inter
fored aud the journey homeward was
continued to tho river. Hero Collier
was iuducod to go on ahead aud Mil
ler was kept back to givo tho former
time get home. Miller stated that it
was hard to havo a man shoot at you
and then lot It drop ; but ogreod to
let it pass. Ho went on to the
Lome of Mr. Itoso and found
onlv his wife. He asked bur if
there was a pistol in tho houeo and
sho told him no. - Ho went and got
ono from undor tho pillow and went
out ot tho door with it. Mr. Koso
was greatly frlghtenod aud cloned tho
door after him. It is claimed that ho
met Collier who askod him not to
shoot. Mrs. Rose heard a shot and
soon hor husband came to the door
and askod her to opon it which sho
did. (Jollier was lying out in the
yard shot through tho body. It is
claimed by the Stato that Collier Hose
aud Banett went on to Hoso'3 together
and met Miller coming toward tho
gato with tha pistol. Coilior hoard him
cock tho pistol and asked him not to
shooL That ho shot and Collier loll.
This occurred Saturday evening
just alter dark aud Collier died Mon
All of tho proof is not iu aud it is
fair to wait and hoar anything tho no
cused may havo to say that may mit
itrato tho crimo. So far tho ovidenco
makes a very strong caso against
' Family Jar.
Millie Moore a colorod womau was
chosiug Cicsar Moore with a brick
near the union dopot this afternoon
when Officer Kamsey arrested them
both aud hold them for disturbing tho
The Czar's Fawiiort System.
Tho czar has recently issued a decree
which has increased tho rigor of tho poss-
imrt Rvstnm in his vast dominions and
has made it harder than ever for foreign
ers to travel in Kussia anu lor uussiuns
in trn abroad or even to move about from
placo to place in their own country. Hy
this decree foreigners entering Russia
have to pay larger fees than boforo a
fresh foe being required at every now.
sojourning placo. Hut it bears with
greater liarasnip upon tnose kuhsuuis or
foreign residents who dosim to travel
beyond the Russian frontier. Every ono
thus wishing to leavo Russia temporar-
ily must pay f 15 for his passport in tho
first place; and ho cannot go a stop
without it. Tho passport moreover is
limited to a fjcod period of a fow weeks;
and if its holder remains away from
certain sum to the Russian officials for
every additional day of absence amount-in-
in nhnut AVfnt V-flVO cents. Such a
tax is easily borne by tho rfcli Russian
landowner who wishes to visit Berlin or
Paris but it is a grievous bunion upon
whose business compels thcinj to travel to
and fro at greater or less intOTm-iuo
How She Caught Illm.
dear why are you so late getting
evening saia a wuo "
'era tne otuer evening mi
V. A 1.1.
lie did you leave ytour officer
. I ..1.4 ha ivlth an air ol
n uiuu mim r v . L
iouotenance. Ah I ft biM Jndeedl I
Then where nav you uooa i
since you left yqur office. See
nearly 71 Oh I f-I have been
r it. ii..'. .1 id- ilira flrlnktnir
dlcloui Ice cream toTla and smoke-
hnavan V Kleetnc cigan. un
nice boy you are; rby can t you
mm llIBAIlirai Will 11RK1U I PIII-W.""'
. ... i . .tteni a mn Imfil
k.....n-nnHinA at Dr. Bmw-
s grove east of SanU Fe Uallroad. She
ectruuy solicits paa-onKc.
L j r-i . ...t tha amilinir dauch-
A-r or peace are as naught Ho those eflectcd
(..t.f.j . .ri.ni.'.n.ii. Iu dead v
fnii the soverelirn remedy known as juo
Abu)i saw Is a duugvrous thing to tool
with. So Is a disease Iu Its iuclpiuucy. Tho
former In rapid motion is scarcely less din.
cerniblo than tho hitter llinco if acid stom-
a:h dlspepMii and indlgCHtlon ariso in the
syNtum at "iii'O tako Morris' CsHcarlne.
"A mini intiHt look up and bo hopeful par-
ticularly If hu Is tjrinkl live Iroin a lug. Thorc
Is more cliiiiu-n of his Immir linnitlul nl'a iMirc
from disorders of tlio stoimicli by drinking
Kolly lends to trouble. Wisdom gathers
ariuh liiii'vcst of jpeace content and happi-
ness. Ho is wisfi whoj will remember that
ilonis' Cascariijo dispels headache sleep.
leSHiicxs mid Indiicstion.
i'hoi'o ih no n i I ijicii L so disiii'lrous to tho
hiiiuan syslem'nk eonslipiilion. Morris' Cum.
eiuine by its laxative properties will speed-
ily prndii'nle IIiIn loo to good health.
As one who irodnlms glacl tidings from
the iikhmiIiiIm'h top. In he who tells those
snllcrliiL' li'iim liiioased liver tlmt asovorlgn
romody has Iicimi discovered It Is Morris'
Com'is. liriiihes and Pcrfiimery at J. L.
Williams' druj; store .j(j5 Main street.
We havoiluiost au ontiro alphabet
of dcad-lcti'Ors and ninny of thorn aro
excellent lilws. They should till be
uforced oil repealed.
Fnvorlto (Took Stoves sold bv Smith .t
Co. aro tho best on earth.
I'nif Sulo nt a Hargiiin.
A good fast fancy bug'y pony set
of harness and first-class liglit-run-ning
toji buggy. Harness and buggy
almost as good os new. Ilotii pony
ond bugy;y guaranteed. Prico for all
$?2.r: cash. Aply to or address C. A.
Read mnnngcr Kvio Telephnno Corn-
pan v corner Main and Sycamore
Tho latest and most populnr sheet music
publications at Frees & Sou's.
I mm m
Elegant display ol piano covers niid
stools at Frees & Son's.
Moms? Cascarine Is good for children.
Tinware aud granite Ironware at manufac-
turers prices lor sale by Noland & Co. 710
This powder ncvci vanes. A inurvcl ol
Jeonoinimil tiian tho ordinary kinds and
nrlfv ctrnmrtli unil wlinlpiiMltinnftaa AlArA
onnot be sold in competition wltn tho mill-
ttudo of low test short weight alum or
uoHpuuto powders bokl only in enns.
ROYAL llAKINO 1'oWDKIl CO.
KHI Wall St.. N. Y
Mm H.-TtW yr-ikAsoi-r
Wholesolo and Ketail Dealers in
Faints Oils Glass a Wall Paper.
747 Elm Street
Stht A Moiwl Srm. Ci
win roeji irM.vnrv nvwty wnrx
CaUlofu f Bf4 lMtrwnU
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rttrU iq-v4 by Hnds mr tnu
firp !-! ndinc RrrM-H-f Mtlr
i.tutns iMirarnsn ww
AiMtrsr hud-. kterrWe aiwf -WWl.
IN1M UN MM HIM
frtrulr. of tht cl of
rvrneihct -n1 M ri'-
hiioU h-IktuI uu1k
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tj tutlr aa4 rv rtV
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V Ohio. Vl lirmJf.rfi :
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J TO lATO(
I :w MnwBtri9Ur w
Its superior ecollonco proven In millions
of homes formnro than a quarter of a cen-
tury. It is used by tho United States Gov-
ernment. Endorsed by the heads or tho
Great I'tilvorsltiea as the Strongest. Pur-
est and moNt Healthful. Dr. Price's the
only linking l'owder that docs not contain
Ammonia 1.11110 or Alum tsoiu only in
PRICE DAKINtt POWDEIl CO.
NEW YOIIK. CHICAGO. S1'. LOUIS.
Send for maps and particulars of special
Eargalus in l'lne Agricultural anu U razing
ands immediately on the lines ot new
railroad whero you can "grow up with tho
country." Stato amount you can Invest
and whether for use or speculation.
J. S. UAUU11KUTY
A. M. D. CK
a n A TI1?WV
JLJL J -LJL AS X-l MlmlLm Jk. -
m s mm m m
This institution chartered in 1878 and
which tho inhabitants of Texas have kindly
favored with their patronage since its tlrnt
eHtabliHhmnut in 1K74 noeds no special re-
commendation to public notice. Tho build-
ings aro convenient and spacious the
grounds afford amnio space for outdoor ex-
ercise and being situated in the most pleas-
ant part of the city tho surroundings are
such as tend to promote health and happi-
ness. TEKMS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Hoard tuition and washing including
stationary and ordinary innrmary ex-
nenses ner session of live months. .. . 8100
Music and uso ot piano HO
Entrance fee 0
Graduation fee &
Vminir lu.llna .Inuirttifv nflmilt.nnefl Intrt thft
Academy must always prosent satisfactory
testimonials anu rocouimcnuauouN. rur
lurthor particulars apply to
Ht. Joseph's straat.
Tlos. E. Ms Boos
Elegant Educational Standard uesi.
MobI L'scl'iil in tho World and Mostltapid
EMI S MANUAL CommercTa?. n d
Legal Forms. Standard Authority ncwiy
1 Hunt rated. Enlarged and Corrected to the
i .uin.t lintn. CnnLinuod l.ariru Sales.
HILL'SALBUM 1001) Illustrations
(Sovoral in colors) of fcmlncnt l'eopie tueir
Work and their Success. Very elegant. Sel
Agents Av anted In evory county to whom
wo irive exclusivo Territory and liberal
terms: elegant pictorial uircumia lice. Ad-
dress. llllL STANDARD ItOOK CO..
lubllshcrs loa State street Chicago.
R. MORGAN JR. T. J. FRKEM1N
jJ-OUGAN A FREEMAN
140 ELM STREET.. .740
Beginning Sept. 5th
and continuing until Oct. 6th
Will sell ROUND TRIP TICKETS ItODl
ali stations to
SUM AM RETURN
at rate of one fare for Round Trip.
Bear in mind that the "Santa
Fe " gives yoa a choice of routes
either tia Paris and the " Frisco "
Line or through the Indian Terri-
tory via Kansas City with elegant
equipment of all classes inciu ing
Pullman Palace Buffet Sleeping
Car. AllVicketa good to return to
fns1 Cascarine. f
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