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OLD BEKIE8 VOL. 38. DALLAS TEXAS, WENDESDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1887. NEW 8ERIKH, VOU i3 NO. i!08 BUY BEST "MEDAL ROOFING." ! Ready for Use Easily Applied Cheaply Transported, Practically Pire Proof Half the Cost of Tin. Cheaper than Shingl s. USED EXTENSIVELY ON STORE HOUSES, DWELLINGS, GINS. SHEDS, AWNINGS, POBCHES WAREHOUSES, BARNS, STABLES, BRICK KILNS, AND IN FACT WHEREVER A GOOD, CHEAP, DURABLE AND FIRE-PROOF ROOF IS NEEDED. WRITE FOR PRICES. Carpet Felt, Straw Boari, Paper and Builffine Felt at Lowest Prices. Address all order to foS'&ftSi.. 8i. TEXAS STORAGE COMPANY, DALLAS. TEXAS. ' THE HERALD JOB OFFICE Is Prepared To Do jool; and Job Printing NEATLY, CHEAPLY, PROMPTLY 506 AND 508 MAIN STREET. BIRD, ANDERSON & CO., Wholesale and.retall dcalora In RougMndDMLumber, Shingles,, Sash, Doors and Mouldings. Long Leaf Luier of All KMs a Specialty. Cor. St. Paul and Elm Sts., Dallas. TRTJISnS FACTORY. TRUNKS, YALISES nfl TRAVELING GOODS. Save the Middleman'! rrolit and get better goodi. HENRY POLLAOKifc CO., '722 Elm Street, Dallas, Texas. 722 Elm Street, Dallas. Tern Fire Alarm Stations. The following It a comploto list of fire alarms stations under our Gome wellsystom: 12, Young and Houston ; 13, Com morco and Houston ; 14, Commerce and Austin; 15, Wood and Market; 10, Lamar and Elm; ,17, Lamar aud Young; 18, Jefferson and Elm; 21, Sycnrnoro and Elm; ,23, Lamar and Cochran; 24, (Irlllln and Collin; 25, I'.attorsou and Griffin ( 2G, Main and Martin ; 27, Sycamore and Pattersou avenue ; 28, Sycamore and Hoss avo" nue; ax, Magnolia ana icoss avonuo Y. 31. C. A. Note. Tlio Lad log' Auxiliary will moot this afternoon at 4:30. This is an adjourned meeting for tbo purposo of making arragemonts for tho work to bo car rlod on during the Fuir. A full at tendauce Is desired. At the meeting of tho board last night tho plan adopted by tho Ladies1 Auxiliary was discussed and heartily endorsed. Tho following additions woro made to committees: Rooms committeo, B Win. Robinson, chairman, II IITInvIll 1? AT Vnnl . .. .( il 1.1. 32, Commerce and Akard; 34, Lacy "Wr t,TT.,": 1 ,0"' P. AUSTIN. D. O. AUSTIN. AUSTIN fe SON, -DEALERS IN- liiis, Watches, Clock's, Silverware, Spectacles, Etc. Our Morro: "Boat goods and lowest prices at all times." Watches and Jewelry repaired ana warranted. 612 MAIN STREET. DALLAS. TEXAS. .613 H. B. HILLYER & SON, PHOTOG-EAPHEES! AUSTIN, HELTON, k I IIatlauartern. 701 Kim Street, Dalian, Texas. Thirty Year's Experience In the Art ; Twenty In Austin. Texas. Sixteen Diplomas, Three Silver Cups, Three Silver Medals, and a Diploma at the N. O. Exposition attest his .venu as an Arum. I Instantaneous Baby Pictures and Family Group a Hpeclalry, s K. SHIELD , ' G33 Elm Street, Is just in receiyt of the latest and most artistic styles of IW ALL :: PAPER Aud we are Headquarters for PAINTS, R1XS, GLASS, ETC. I Removal Notice. : The Texas Installment Co. have moved to l Elm street to larger quarter where ley are now prepared to furnish a bouse mplete almost from celler to garrett, on .me payments. Every family is noW able ( purchase such as Furniture, Stoves, Car ta, etc., on small weekly or monthly r nu. Remember their new store, 7rlEUn J-ceU The Dallas Archer & Pacific will be built first from Decatur to Justin, for which tho contract has been let already; thence to Dallas. It is said that the Atchison, Topeka is Santa Fe hare engaged to iron and equip the road and will run it. and Wood, 35, Akard and Young 80, Akard and Cadiz; 7, Ervay aud Jackson; 41, Ervay and Park; 42 Krowder and Corsicana; 43, Ever green and St. Louis ; 45, Harwood and Pocahontas . 46, liar wood aud Cadiz 51, liar wood and Wood ; 62, Live Oak and Elm; 53, Bryan, and Martin; 54 Orange oiid McKinuey 5 01, Carolino and McKiniicy ; (52, Carolino aud Ash land; 63, Harwood aud McKinncv CI, Larulh und Mnsten ; 71, Ross and Pearl ; 72, Harwood aud Son Jacinto 73, Leonard snd San Jaciuto; 81, Ball and ban Jacinto ; 82, Five Points ; 91 Broadway aud raciflc;il22, Frostou and Columbia ; 124, Main and Floyd 125, Hawkins and Elm ; ' 120, Hawkins Swiss; 212, Floyd and Cantegral; 213, Live Oak aLd Cantegral; 214, Live Oak and Ilawklns; 215, Burford and Cottage Lane ; 232, Leonard and Flo ra ; 234, Preston and Tacific ; 235, Gcr- i.ania and San Jacinto; 241, Oil Mills, Keys to these boxes will bo kept at places which will be published in tho Herald as soon as tho system is per footed. -i ti'i. i 1 1 , , . ' luuauovo ureuio stations as con templated; but tho boxes may bo moved llfly or a hundred feet from the points desiguotod. Personal. J. B. Buchauou, Fort Worth, is the city. P. II. I'oscuo and wife, Sulphur Springs, are In tho city. A. F. Truitt, Fort Worth, is in tho city. Local Notes. Soruo civil cases have boon tried In county court to-day. With the new Gamewell system of alarms, Dallas will have tho best Are department in the Stato. Cowhldlng. A severe whipping was adminis tered by a wife to her unruly husband on Elm street very recently, which has been kept out of tho papers until a ro conciliation is effected, and it would be unkind to call names. A cowhide wos used by tho wifo, who camodown to tho man's placo ot business with another woman. It is claimed that O'Brien, the Irish leader, is imprisoned in a cell only 9x4 foot, and this caused a spirited discus' slon in the house of commons. Ben Lane drove agaiust Gen.Cabell's carriage and broke it up and was fined $25 by Mayor Connor, sitting in the place of Recorder Brown, absent. A Great Mystery Solved. Hero recently there have been lots ot residences decorated with exquis ite designs of furnituro and household goods of tho latest stylos, ana tnere nave been many inquiries where those elegant goods came from. Why, the Texas Installment Co., 619 Elm street, sell them on small, easy installments. The poor as well as tho bankers are invited to give us a call, and see for themselves that we sell on the install ment plan as cheap as they can buy for cash elsewhere. A Change in the weather would be appreciated, but you can obtain a great deal of comfort h you would only try the dollciously cool soda water, milk shakes and other cooling drinks, at C. V. Wallers' drog store. While you are there buy one of his celebrated Elec tric cigars. Douglas Bros., the Merchant Tail ors, 703 Main street, nave received their fall and winter stock of the most fashionable suitings. They solicit the orders of those desiring perfect fitting garment and made in the most artis tic manner. 1 ary committee, U. Page ; devotional committee, II. Toge. Other changes in committoos will be mado soon, and only thoso who can work will bo con tinucd in official relations with the Association. Buck wheat, ronstcd codecs, canned goods mackerel, herrings, Hpplo butter, fn-Hli crackers, etc., at Jioiiclie's Ml Alain street, t rrsli butter on ice, rliecMP, Iiiuiih, fruits etc. A good assortment ol Groceries a I ways on linnu at I . U. Craddork's, No. no; trvay Ktroet. For fair dealing and low prices refer to those who havo trailed with miu lor lour yours. 1'Iouno Jteiiieiiibcr. It is Jones who concedes Kupcrioritt to v no nan in the .Stato In inline teeth. TIiokb artistic and beautilul gold tilling in toutli oi ui patients attest Ills skill. Fees (mill- cicntto JUBtlly that extreme painstaking anu BKiu requisite to tho best results, five au. Diseases and Insidious. A headache, sleoploss, nervousness mark their inecp Hon. Morris Cnscarine will remove the cause of the trouble. It is in lalUblo in such cases. JewiHli New Year. Next Sunday at sundown tho Jew ish New Year 6618 begins, aud all business houses owned by Israelites will bo closed until Monday evening at sundown. Services will be held at Tcmplo Enian.EI at 6:30 p. in. Sunday aud at 9 a. ni. Monday morning. $20.40 to St. Louis and Return. Tho Frisco Lino has placed round trip tickets to St. Louis on sale at all stations on tho Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe lty., aud principal stations on tho Houston aud Texas Central and Texas Paciffo R'ys. Thoy aro good to return until October 25th The Frisco Liuo train leaves from tho Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe depot in Dallas, whero tickets may bo obtained The route is via Paris, Ft. Smith aud Springfield, Mo., aud is much shorter in miles and many hours quicker in timo than any other through car lino, Tbo finest Pullman bullet sleepers loave Dallas daily at 11:50 a. in. lroru U, C. & S. Fe depot running through to St. Louis without change, and making direct connection In the Union depot with all Hues lor the JNortU anu Juist. Geo. A. Knight of Dallas is the agent for tho new routo Toilet Soaps, Sponges, Texas Tolu Chew ua Gum at J. L. Williams' Jiuk bIuiu, oim Alum street. Anonymous Note. The Herald has received an anouy mous noto which states that a scheme is on foot to carry on a smashing business in stolen horses, to be brought from tho Indian Territory to this city. The plan is to havo a Dallas man up nearer tho Territory to trade for or buy from his pals tho stock which ho then brings homo. Tho trado is al ways to be mado in prcsenco of wit nesses, by whom tho thieves art sup posed to be strangers to each other. Tho trado is tho plan of defenso in case of prosecution. Worth Knowing. W. H. Morgan, merchant, Lake City, ItMa a Tol-nil tit lih OatrnPA Art 1.1 at. I iiiii TV aa antu tt 4 vu aa ov iviv wi u i tendod with a distressing cough and running into consumption in its first stages. Ho tried many so-called popu lar cough remedies aud steadily grew worse. Was roduced in flesh, had dif ficulty in breathing and was unable to slocp. Finally tried Dr. King's New Discovery tor consumption ana round immediate relief, and after using half a dozen bottles found himself well and has had no return of the disoase. No other remedy can show so grand a record or cures as vr. Kings jnow Discovery for Consumption. Guaran teed to do just what is claimed for it Trial bottle free at W. II. Howell & Bro's. drug store May blossom tea, the best tea on the mar ket, at Bouche's, 824 Main street. 60 eenta per pound. IRISH TROUBLES. O'Brien's Four By Nine Causes Excitement Cell And is Discussed iu tho IIouso of Commons. London, Sept. 13. Mr. Nolau, Na tionalist, asked if it was truo that tho coll in which Mr. O'Brien was con fined was nino by four, and desired to know If Mr. Balfour would order rea sonable accommodations for Mr. O'Brien. Mr. Balfour replied that ho did not possess the desired kuowledgo, and that tho prison rules provided reason able accommodations for prisoners who had not been brought to trial. Mr. Dillon said that it was maui test that tho government exorcised tho power of personal punishment towards their political opponents and especially towards tho Irish. There- loro no una tlio right to ucmauu secu rity from such unjust power, aud that politcal prisoners bo not treated like ordinary pickpockets. Mr. Baliour in replying said that he could not sco how offenses against the crimes act differed from thoso com mitted against tho ordinary common law. llo was uuablo to percoivo how tho Irish pcoplo mado any distinction botweon who incited the pooplo to crime aud ihoso who committed tho outrages. Mr. O'Brien had hlmsolf to thauk for his prcsont ditagrecablo conditiou.' It ho had answered tho summons, as ho should have done, even if convicted, ho might have re mained at large prior to adjudication. Mr. Morley next addrossod tho houso. Ho said that tho action ot the Irish members was duo to the fuct that the exceptional law for Ireland forced tho peoplo to consequences of which tho government had been amply waruod beforehand. Mr. Mor- loy then spoko of tho treatmout of political prisouors, and said that no country subjectod its political offend ers to such harsh discipline as Eng land ha3 shown toward the Irish mem bers who had been confined. Mr. Labouchoro stated that tho re port givou by tho police about tho af fray was a grossly impudent tissue of lies ; that tho government reporters wcro liars as well as murderers. Mr. Parucllthon spoke at length. He said that nothing would prove of more discredit to tho government than their present treatment of politi cal prisoners. Mr. Forster, Irish sec retary in 1880, treated thoso who wore imprisoned for political offenses with JioLiiiguioLoJ liUtiiuuUy, but tho present governmcut tried to terrorizo their opponents by treatiug tho pris oners liko tho basest criminals. Mr." Paruell declares tho police at Mitchcltown acted as mcro cowards, and that they wero part and parcel ot a system that ios tercd a reign of terror in the prison walls and sanctioned murder outside. That instead of granting self-management to Ireland tho government had taken the unfortunate country by tho throat and was using every endeavor to slrauglo it. Mr. Paruoll said his only fear was that somo men would become so exasperated by the govern ment's cruel treatment that they would abandon all moderation and commit somo wild revenge. For his part he would coutiuuo to urgo hiscountrymen to wait with patience aud enduranco until the timo when homo rulo would bring them tho desired relief. HuErMnnon T H (I IlEi UiTEKS FOR Pipe, Brass Goods, later forts aniPlnmliersSnpplics, Rubber Hose,Sewerpipo nd Fire Brick Machinery Supplies, Belting, Shafting, fcc. 407 Elm St.. Dalian.