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GILBERT & CLARK. Kditon and Proprietors. THK CITY. LAWYER AND VOTARY W. L. McDONALU. 7UI) Main it. Alwayi at 111 olllce. E. D. ANDRUSS. Keluhanit Uulldlng BNTIST Charlei B. Lewis, l'oitolnee Building, Kim itreet. T DENTISTS-Drs. J.C.Kiug & JT Zlw.G. Jones, over China Hal XUJJJJPnos. S03 Muln and SMElra t. Local NotOB. Tinwaro and granite ironwi m Jianufiioj Hirers prices lor sale by Noiand & Co., .10 Klni street. Honey, niiiplo syrup by the gallon or quart, also dried beef, at A. E. Bouche's. Carpenter tools lor sale by Noiand h Co., 71U Klin street. Disease nnd Insidious. A licital sleepless, nervousness mark their Incep tion Morris' Cascarino will remove t ,e cause of tlio trouble. It Is in iulliblo in such cases. A. K. Uouelio, tlio Main street grpcer, lias just added a splendid refrigerator, in which I e has always the freshest country butter eggs and Iresh FIciBchman's yeast, which is kept as cold as can be. Noiand Co., 710 Kim street, have a now stock, bought lor cash and sold cheap. Builders hardware for gale by Noiand & Co., 710 Kim street. Call on Dr. F. S. Davl! for the treatment ot your sick baby. 000 Klin street postof- II co block. Fresh country butter at A. E. Boucho's. Stop dosing your children on nauseous drugs or strong medicine and take them to Dr. F. S.Davis, boma-opathlc physician, who mnkci a specialty ot treating diseases of children. Hod Elm street. Dallas, 1 exas. UlUce hours 0 to 11 a. m., and 2 to 4 p. m. John Klein, 012 Main street, practical hatr ter. Cleaning nnd renovating slllc, soa and still hats a specialty. Work guaranteed. Liver and bowel complaint! are tho most frequent that ciloct the human family. Mor rls' Cascarino will cll'ectuolly banish them from the hyitteni. New Mrlo Telephone Subscribers. lli-American District Telegraph Co. "47 Armstrong, J 8. room Bogel Hotel. '":) Barton Downs, real estate agents. :tlU Unbcock, Foot As Brown, olllce and spice mills. i:l Baker, E h, roKidcnco. iillt Clancy, C 11, shirt factoiy. '410 Doyle. Ueo.fced store. iKIQ--Fourth National Bank. 2IIS Hopkins, 8 B, residence. lOrt Harry, O K, iron works. 11(1 Harry, O K. rcsidonce. 'MM HarrolHon d Sbarpo, house niovcn. Jitt Holt, Bev A J, residence. Mil Hcmlrix, Evans fcCo, grocers. li Lee, W M, residence. SOU Meyer Broi & Co, wholesale drug- K'l("-Hced & Mtliiiinert, plumbers. 1U Hooves ASpeneo, law oltice. !!7fl Simpson, J B, resldonce. 17 Shaw, W A & Co. printer! and book- lOO-fennlHod Bros, wholesale saddlery, etc; (2 rings). I'.kt Tcnulson Bros, collar lactory (3 filing) U(i7-Tliatchor, Dr W F, ollico. 102 Texas State Fair and Dallal Exposi tion Association, office. 2i!ft Texai Eloctrlc Light and Manufao luring Company, station. 1H Williams. W L. law office. H7Oppenhelm, D G, resldonce. !iU.V Crowduo, J B, grocery store. 174 Daugberty's land office, Merchant'! Exchange. . , , , . 83 lluvello'i flsh vegetable market. kj Jackson Bros', grocery store. 175 Kouzorls' ice cream lactory. li4 U Nuull J M. livery stable. , ... o... . i it a- n i H47 De Slelano. Frank, wholesalo fruit. (12 Dallas Ice Factory. 17 Griffith & Cowser'e lumber yard. 17!i Grange Grocery Store. Ili-H-Griggs, W L, residence J 17 McLuurio. Dr 11 L, residence. ..... m.r..l.- XI Z"1 Inniluir vinl w unci, xi xy, ... 05 Wctsel & January, 'bui and transfer lino. i;K Brooki Dr residence. :H7 Dallas Grocery Company. 2T.2 Dun, B Co. 277-Enlield, Wm, residence, superintend, cnt gal work!. , ana .Moore, F G, window!, sash doon. 24 Scbltl, Dr, rei. li-Baucliman &8mith, livery itable. :8-Ittes & 1'ewers. produce. a44 Browdcr Spring! pumping station. U2li Calaboose. i Chapman, Rev Dr, residence, luo Chcaney, Dr, dentist, office. ?C Crutcher Bros Eakins, real estate. (52 (2 rings) Dallas Ice factory, office. Hi (3 rings) EbbI Dallas Ice lactory. 2i Dodson & Co, job printer!. 1-Kaward! & Gray, attorneys. 1 N Excelsior ioap wotki. 241 4iaa works. 24 Jonei, T M. residence 2iv-Iane, W W.Col, residence, lilt Momand & Co, grocers. 2i4 Moroney Hardware Co. aso-Mosber & l'oweli, machine shop. 2x1 Oldham, Wheclock & Co, rnercbsn dise brokers. 1'ubllc Library. , :ili-lUtto, T & Co, candy lactory. 275 Schoclkopl, G 11, residence. 2X1 Turtle creek houie. 'AM Waller, C V, druggist. imt-Wendelken, J M, residence. M Wbeatley"! residence. 22 Woman'! Exchange. 70Wllllam!, W L, residence. 2ttlClty Hospital. 14S Danleli. A C, res. ml- Hppen, Adoue A Loblt, banker!. 2.-4iaud !, Gen, rea. :!lllewctt, Dr O B, dentist. 194 High bchooL ,,. Vt-Ilarris, 11, market, (i ring!.) '4-Harrl, 11, rea, (3 ring!.) :tr.t lohnwiTsgnx-ery, fcaat 1'alla. jih Jones T M, re. SI2 Ihnin Bottling Co. 214 McWhirk.A. plumltcr. j07-4)k Cllrt station. J4H PuttUn, lr, rea. sis Woman's Home, Mn May nard, man s'r C A. Beap, Manager. Origin of a Trade Mark. f ho origin of tho curious trade marks nnd titloi which distinguished so many and various articles of niorohandiso would ninke an dtitortaining subject for a nuigmelne writer. A well-known nowsimpor man narrated to me the following noodote of his connection with the nomenclature of a oottaln brand of tobacco: "Tho head of a large ilrui which was about to put a new smoking tobacco on tho nuiikot ukod mo to think up n name for It. I cogitatod ovor it all night. This was a good many year ago, when trade marks and such things wore much rarer than thoy aro now, because tho industrial development of tho country was insignificant as com pared with its prosont widespread activity and complexity. I was young, with a romantic turn of mind. Smoking suggested pipes and plpos suggested tho Indian calumet Thorol I had it. Hastening to tho factory noxt morning I handod in a Blip of paper with the word "Calumet' written upon It. The namo was very gladly nocoptod as just the thing, nnd tho head of tho llrui handed mo a $10 bill as my reward. Would you boliovo it? Whon tho tobacco was issued to tho trado it was labeled 'Cabinet' The printor had sot up that word instead of 'calumet' through carolessly rending 'copy.' Tho labels wcro struck off without a correc tion of the typographical error, and tho tobacco was bundled, packed and put upon the market before the mis take was discovered. I could never tell whether it mado any difference in the popularity of tho goods. Brooklyn Citizen. Habits of Industry. Anions: tho creates! misfortunes that come to any one are habits of idleness, and anions the greatest blosstngs that can oomo to any one are habits of in dustry. Idleness is not confined to the low and degradod, the men and women of loathsome and for biddon ap pearance whoso very presonce is an ad vertisement of their vicious lifo. Thoro aro many persons living in tho midst of abundance whoso lives are or but little use in tho world bocauso they on ly consume or waste what others pro- vido, and contribute nothing to tho goneral stock of human welfare. Thero are thousands of young mon and young womon who nover earn a single dollar by producing it by real labor or any kind. Thov allow themselves to be wholly dependent on tho indti stry and resources of parents or friends. As a rulo, thoir lives aro o f correspondingly little valuo. Everv vounz person, boy or girl, young man or young woman, should learn to become indqpendon t by loam ing to make his or hor own living. It does not follow that they must leavo home if tho resonrces of their homes are abundant but thoy should loam to be independent and work their own way, and so be oquippod if disastor or noed should como. Industry is God's ordor. Ho com mands industry, and he hates idlcnoss. God hlmsolf Is tho busiost worker in the universe. Tho otornal Mind and the eternal Hand aro ever busy in creating and sustaining tho millions of worl ds and in cariug for thoir innnmernblo in habitants. 'Handsome Is That Handsome Does." A famous lady who onoo relgnodin Paris society was so very homoly that her mother said ono day, "My poor child, you are too ugly for any one ever to fall in love with you." From this time Madame de Clrcourt began to be very kind to the pauper children of the village, the servants of the household, and even tho birds that hopped about the gardon walks. She was always dis tressed if she happened to be unable to rendor ft service. This good-will toward everybody made her the idol of tho city. Though her complexion was sallow and hor gray eyes were small and sunken, yet sho held In devotion to hor the cxeotest men of her time. Her unselfish interest in others made her, it is said, perfectly irresistible. Hor life f uroiuhoi ns ft valuable lesson. A Much Needed Town Official As soon as this city sUU be out of debt we mast at onoo create a new and Important office. We must have a Watormeloa Thumper. Under the present loose eystem of buying and selling melons, much Ill-feeling is every day gonerated oetwoen the honest gro cer and his incorruptable patrons, neither being; -willing to lose the price of a green me Ion, and both being de sirous of hanngonly the most delicious article. An expert Thumper, in the em ploy of thn city.1 could tell at once the condition of a melon, and all parties would be satisfied. A grocer may be skillful as to oleomargarine, and yet know nothing of walermelon Ihnmn it2. a Thnnij-er is born, not made. We muat vcnunl!y have one. Loui ctllt Courier- Hfnal. j 1'EttSONAIi. B. M. Cartor, Kornoy, Is in tho city. J. II. Chestnut, Allen, is In luo city. 8. J. Cox, Terrell, is at the 8t. George. Harry O. Smythe, Bryan, li in the city. John II. Hogan, Houston, is at tho Wind sor. Z. T. Caldwell, Hubbard City, is In the city. Capt. Bowser baa returned lrotn Wootan Wella. Mrs. P. 8. Pfouts has returned from Chi cago, A. II. Harris and wife, Itockwall, are In the city. 8. II. Bummer!, Sulphur Springs, li at the St. George. Jack Henderson, San Antonio, Is at tho Arlington. L. 8. Oarrlson and wife are home from California. It. C. and Miss fiallie Chatham, of Bryan, are In the city. J. D. Mathis and D. D. Harper, Gilmer, are In the city. Mrs. C. K. KcllornndMlss Jeannette have gone to Waukesha. Miss Flume Flgh hai returned from her visit to San Antonio. Mrs. George Atkins li home after a sum mer trip with hor children. John Day Jackson and wife, Chappoll Hill, are at the Windsor. Mrs. F. E. Lockwood and daughter, Bow to, are at the St. Gorge. Mrs. JeQ N. Miller has returned to tho city after a summer trip to her old home in Ohio. Gen. D. 8. Stanley, of the United State! army, commander of the department of Texus, l! at tho Windsor. W. C. Beyd, et als part of extreme ad vance Brigade, Doris & Colvln'a Colossal Showa, are at tho Windsor. It. E. L. Knight, A. M., loft yeitorday mornlutr for the University of Texai where he expects to complete his two yean law course next Juno. Mr. Knignt nas mado a lino reputation at the University' both ai a student and ai an orator, and bis ability gives evidence of much futtiro suc cess in bli chosen profession. The following young ladles have left to attend Martin Female College at ruiasKi, Tcnn., viz: Misses Maud Cassell, Emma Daniels, ZUlnh Gillespie, Cora Ralston, Anna Morgan, Laura Loughlln, flona and Anna Boss. Maud Sisk and Minnie icidcr About flltoeu other young ladios will leave for the same colloge to-morrow. Sam Herbert, W It Spann, Waco ; C P Kerr, Corsloana; L P Harrison, Paris j Tom Powers. Lamnasas t J V Howard, oreen- vllle ; N J Morlcy, McKlnney ; F W Stofl'er iron. Galncevllle : Chaa T Alexander, Cisco; D C Demoret and wife, Paris ; Mra J E Dow. Brownsville : M It Gatoi and lUos U Uondorson. Taris; L E Griffith, Jr, L E PcnlckandM L Cobb, Terrell, aro in the city. Little and Lilvoly. m.- ,.l.....ir urwl wn rlinnirn with J UU LIMIUB vuuuqu ' - r- ----- them. Hardly larger than mustard seeds butcompoaed of highly concentrated veget able extract!, Dr. Pierce'! " Pleasant Pur- Tll... I n lrA a a 11 u A1 fllA tt ftt.ViA. EAUTO 1 CllUkl v-v large drastic, cathartic pills to be abandoned by all Heusiuie peopio. iuu utuo us fnr nnHttni . . r..- l nJantn lll)ilt tllflV are invaluable. They are little and lively, pleasant ana isie. firutn. unit mantles, latest stylos, at No- land & Co., 1 1) tun street. Estrny Sales. To-day li eitray sale day and court iquare is crowded with people. Thore are nor ofall kinds being sold, and a good chance is oiluiud to buy wlvit you need at a low price. Absolutely Pure. . . w - . A nirint hi purity, itrength and wboleswnenes!. More ,oonomlcal than the ord Inary kind", and xmnot be sold in competition with the mul Jtude f low tost, abort weight alum or Botal Bakimo rowia Co 100 WaUSUH.T LYOri&IJEALY DRPRiCES SPECIAL Irv' MOST PERFECT MADE onarod with itrlct rflcard to Pnrlfr, Strength, and laltbfulness. Dr. Price's Baking Powder contains i Ammonlt.Llme.Alum or Phomihatas. Dr. Price's itracta, Vanilla, Lomon, ete flavor dellcloasly. Beginning Sept 5th and continuing until Oct. 5th, aS&aieRjl will soil ROUND TRIP TICKETS from ali .stations to ST. LOUIS Ai M1UI at rate of one fare for Eound Trip Bear in mind that the " Santa Fe". gives you a choice of routes, either via Paris and the "Frisco" Line or through the Indian Terri ;ry via Kansas City, with elegant equipment of all classes, including ullman Palace Buffet Sleeping Cars. All tickets good to return to October 25th. HEADQUARTERS FOR Pipe, Brass Good Water Worts anflPlninliBrsSnpplie Rubber Hose, Sewerpiri ud Fire Brick .Machinery Snppllci, Belting, Shafting, &d 407 Elm St., Dallas. A. M. D. Gr. URSDLINE ACADEMY rAT,T.Aa. TEXAS. ti.i. inatldittnn ehirtitred in 1878. and which the inhabitants or Texas have kindly fnvnrd with their patronage ilnce it! first establlshmnnt In la74, liccd no "lal re- .l..inn l nnhlln nntll-. Tllfl DUild- Ingi are convenient and spacious, tbe ground! anora ainpie spuco iw mwi erclse, and being situated in the most pleas ... t ih. oitv tlm nrrnundlmri are such as tend to promote health and happl- nesi. TERMS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Board, tuition and washing, Including Stationary nu crummy iuuiui-j -n.na nor anulnn of tiv montha f 100 Musie and use ot piano 80 Entrance fee Uraduatlon fee D v 1. .1 ln. .In.LInn ilmlttanPA IniA thfl Academy muit alwaye present aatisractory testimonial! and recommendation!. For lurther particular! appiy 10 MOTI1KK HUfKItlUlt, St JOieph-! 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All proporly clansllled at tho Very low special cash rate below : - : rare h hMS fS g'3 i s bh si Ig. Two lines 10c soo arx- e SSo lo 0o Three lines If' "c ite t&e c 7.'kj Four lines I H; 4"c 0c 70c IKH'I SI iiwivuriuiitw A nviwrif na Hinfltima are too small to take up the time of book keeper and collootor. For Sale. Notices and Business Cards, 00 por cent additional. For tho convenience of advoitlsors, let ters mnv be addressed caro of the DALLAS Daily Hkhald. Checks will be given entitling tho holder to any replies received. MEDICAL. DALLAS PENTALPARLOttS P. Ciikankt, D. D. S., Prop'!. I """jTOfl Klin Street, Dallas. Texas. VQjUoBr Krle Telephone. 11. ALDKICH, TREATS DISEASES OF women and children, also all clironio complaints, has hart upwards of twenty years experience. OfllceS44 Klin St.. Dalian. HOUSE MOVING. Houses moved on short notice and work guaranteed; bond given If required; loave orders at Cooper As Kobertson, real estate agents. 703 Main street. J H Saint A Co. BOOTS ANI BHOKS. SVhy don't you have your boots and stioei mado to order, whon they don't cost any more than stock work, at A. Blust's, OH Elm street. LUMBEK, HASH, DOORS, ETC. G UIFFITUS & COWSEB, DEALERS IN Lumber. Long loaf yellow pine a pcclalty. Sash, doors, otc. AtiBtln limo hair, plaster, l'ortland and liosedale cement KOIt KENT. 1 connected, plastered. Good neighbor hood. Healthy locality. Cistern water. On car lino. Apply 1230 Commerce street. MISCELLANEOUS. AYOUNO MARRIED MAN DESIUKS a position as salesman in wholesale or "A" thlsomce. . . C i. w uiuuiu unintuxuj-'Uiuuui Country Produce. Etc. AgcnU fortheSoutl American Cure. XO. CM ELM 1ST., DALLAS. TRJT , JNO. KRA.TJSJ MANUFACTCREB OF Boots &Shoei Repairing Neatly Done."5 OtO Main St., Near Sycamore St DALLAS, TEXAS til (! OMM M if f.U it it WbOlesole and Retail Dealers m Faiiti oils, eiass i van i ! 747 Ela Street I.