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GILBERT & CLARK, Editor ami Proorietora. Terma of Subscription : DAILY. One Year 10.00 hlx Months 8.tX) One Month M Sinirlo Copy W WEEKLY. One Your 1-W Klz Months w Office : 600 nnd 608 Main St., second floor, Remittance should be made by draft, regis tered loiter or money oruor. Advertising rates iurmshed upon applies- HOn B IUO UU1UC. Wednesday, Sept. 14, 1887. The influx of cotton if mnkiug the money market easier. TkekeIs not a boycott every time ono is reported. The goat lives on rocks lu barrow portions of Mexico. Galveston certainly Las tho sand, but it is not iu tho right place. The mineral wealth of Texas will make us all rich after a ivhilo. The Houston Tost is in favor of a strict enforcement ot tho Sunday law. Dallas lias mado up her mind to clothe and feed the State To-day has been a Hold dny for tho cotton men. Tho receipts aro increas ing rapidly. Waco may nrrnugo to ship her cot ton up hero, instead of to Liverpool next year. This is a civilized, Christian coun try, and Iho Sunday law should bo en- forced. Four "Worth claims to coniine O Mirk' nnerntious to "Hell's Half Acre." iiouiiKKY is a most disreputable kind of lawlessness of which Texas must rid herself. What will Dana and Butler do to defeat Cleveland next timo? His suc cess may depend upon their opposi tion. Dallas will givo the Old Lady at Galveston and Granny liartow a cal ico dress each if they will send up their cotton. Dallas wauls toino public school buildings of which tbo pooplo iicod not feel ashamed. Superintendent Hand Is ono of tho most successful and satisfactory educators in the South and will do much to lmprovo our schools, aided by tho cxcollont corps of teachers who havo been se lected. But our schools will never bo what they should bo until we build better houses. The Herald docs not doslro to do anyone an injustice, as somo of our officials may imagine - When this pa nnr cnlil flint onmn linnl ililnc warn ...... ...... - o being said regarding tho imaginary schemes by which a few men woro about to gobblo up tho waterworks money, it simply published a fact. Tho statements are heard every day. - Tttv llnnnnr lirxra lonvn in silcrcost. to tho Fort Worth Gazette that it is not croditablo to that ablo and enterpris ing paper to try to throw cold water on tho Houston refrigerator scheme. lirenham Banner. It may help it, to throw somo cold water on it. THE GRANGE Grocery Company On Webster On I It is said that Webste: tho photo- grapnor witnin tno iasc tnree momns baa made wonderful improvements in the art of photography, particularly in tho lino of baby pictures. Mr. V. of fers $25 reward for a baby that ho can't catch with a smilo. Kemomber that Webster will charge you a good round price for a photograph made at Lis studio. For iraod violins. eultnrs. bunion, nccord- cons, strings, etc.j visit Frees & Son's ware-rooms. The board oi education has main tained tho ago for admission into Sam Houston normal school at eighteen years. We do not regard tho New York mugwump as a weak or bad person. Good goverumout dopouds in many cases upon the independent voter. Cattlemen who aro Btrong enough to hold on to their cattlo will bo mill ionaires when tho grass becomes abun dant again. Tho country must have bcof. Illinois, Wisconsin and other of the old reliable grain States aro drouth. stricken thij year and tho Texas far mer will do well to hold on to his corn a while. The Paris News snys Texas con tains at least 10,000 men who expect to dr&vr $1.1,000 in the Louisiana lot tery. Texas loses $100 for every ono she gains in the lottory. The Ban Antonio Times says: "Ex- Lieut. Gov. Gibbs has been invited to mako speeches against prohibition in Tennessee. Ho has accepted the invi tation and will begin his canvass this week at Memphis." Judge Hurt's remarks in pronoun cing his decision in the Mason Miller case wcro timely and wise. If we live in a laud ot law and order it is time tho lawbreakers wcro finding it out. This is not Mexico. Cardinal Girbons' reply to the insinuation that he allowed his anxi ety for tho -Catholic university scheme to override i!s devotion teMcGlynn is very guarded, but doftNiot seem to authorize tho statement Urat ho had in any way been dlrclict iu his duty to ward the excommunicated churchman. The cardinal seems to Imr? 'won placed in a very dclicato position m between McGlynn arrdhi arcliMwiop, and did not wish to givfu appear ance of overstepping th lio-ux' c t bis ecclesiastic authority u the : Dav. WANT COLUMN. A DVERTISEMENTS under the head of rx. To Rent Kooins wantou : itooms. 10 Kent Busincs Places. To Kent Houses ; Houses Wautod. Wanted Agents : Per- Nonnl ; Lost nnd Found : Portions want ed Help Wanted. Wanted Business Chances; Miscellaneous, ah properly classified at tho very low special cash rate below : Two lines Threo lines. . . . Four lines Ha .,H 2 B h3. 3'S wc 3 cn (V Mo 7!0 SI Always Cahii in Advance as the sums nro too small to take up tho timo of book keeper and collector. For Sale. Notices and Business Cards, 00 per cent auuitioMtu. For the convonienco of advertisers, let ters may be addressed care of the Dallas DAILY HERALD. Checks will bo given entitling tho holder to any replies received. MEDICAL. DALLAS DENTAL PARLORS P. Ciikanky. D. D. 8.. Prop'r, 709 Kim Street, Dullas. Texas. Krie reiepnone. Dtt. ALDRICH, TREATS DISEASES OF women nnd children, also nil chronic complaints, lias bad upwards or twonty years experience. Office 844 Kim St., Dallas. DUPRK. M. D. (Recently of Austin.) U. 1'hysiclan and Surgeon. At office, U3o Kim street, from lltoll a, m., 2 to 4 p. in., nnd at residence, 10.'iJ Kim street, 8 p. m, to 8 a. in. HOUSE MOVING. Houses moved on short notice and work guaranteed: bond given if required; leave orders at Cooper & Robertson, real estnto agents, 703 Main street. J B Saint & Co. BOOTS AND SHOES. Why don't you have your buuU uiid shoes made to order, when they don't cost any more than stock work, at A. Blust's, 114 Kim street LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, ETC. GRIFFITHS & COW8ER, DEALERS IN Lumber. Long leaf yellow pine pecialty. Sash, doors, etc. Austin lime hair, plaster, Portland and Kosedale cement FOR RENT. rilWO OR THREE large furnlghed rooms, 1 connected, plastered, (iood neighbor hood. Healthy locality. Cistern water. On car line. Apply 1230 Commerce street. IfOR SALE ON EA8Y TERMS. One or the best neighborhood Family Gro cery Stores in Dallas. Call at IU Sjcamour street. Williams & Carrington. MISCELLANEOUS. LOST Receipt books of the Y. M. C. A. Finder please leave notice (or books) at the drug store of J. L. Williams on Main street. A YOUNG. MARRIED MAN DESIRES position as salesman in wholesale or retail grocery. Long experience. Address " A " this office. Vf 7 ANTED Situation In a family to take V care of horses and drive carnage. Best of references. Address Willinm Glen, 111 Masten street, city. MANUFACTURING. We now have our foundry in operation, and prepared to contract for the manufacture of anything that can be mado ot wood and iron. Also general repairing in iron and wood. l lin gers Improved Cotton Machine Manufac turing Company, Dallas, Texas. ANTED Ten shares of Dallas Home stead and Loan Association, Class D. Address W., Herald office. 1 1 OUSE rAINTINO G. W. MERRY I I. House and Sign Painter, Kalsominlng, I nt er Hanging, Graining and Glazing, lc. lland ana Cadis streets. T W. WESTON, 601 Elm street, cor- V nrr Austin, select stock hardware i cutlery. Genuine Glidden wire, steel n', Ac IS STILL TO THE FEONT IN Low Prices and a Fine Assortment of Goods. ((((0))) Having proven that we nave adopted a plan of business which will cnnblo us to sell goeds CHEAPER -:- THAN -:- OTHERS, We now wlsb to say to both city and country people that Wk ark Your Friends, and It you will continue to patronI. us as you have done In the past, we will prove our friendship by helping you to SAVE Y0 OR MONEY. We can furnish you all with goods at our low prices. You may think that Saving- a Nickel or Dime on this article or that don't signify, but It Has Been Proven in the management of all Institutions, either Ingre or small, that It Is the ooking after or neglect of little things that tends to the but Jlng up or breaking down of any kind of business. It must be remembered that all large things are made of small ones, and no one need hope for even a moderate success in life who will not learn to save the nickels. On account of the frequent changes iu the market we do not quote prices, but can assure you that we will at all times sell at Prices Which No One Can Beat! I And which will bent most every one. Consignments of Country : Butter, : Chickens : and : Eggs Solicited. Most of yon know where we are, but for the beneni or those who1 do not we can be found at iijiw T71T " CTT f In large frame building two blocks wei't of Union Depot 1 1 t TTT AT CP 111 HiljlYi O 1 . I nnd opposite Buck-Horn comer. Pan Klcctrio Telephone. lift JLLilYl O J WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF JELLY,' PRESERVES AND TEA. ' GIVE THEM A TRIAL. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK A safe place to deposit your money m. Cap ital paid In, 1325,000; Surplus, 75,000. Dallas Nal'l Bank and City Ml Bank CONSOLIDATED. Okfickrs J.C. O'Connor, Prcsldont. J. T. Trkzkvant, Jr.. Vice rresidont. K. M. Keardon, Cashier. h. R. Dkrukron, Assistant Cashier. Directors T. L. Marsalis, II. Blankcn shin, J. T. Trezevant, Jr., Alfred Davis, A. A. PIres, M. L. Crtwford, J. F. O'Connor, Alox Sanper, K. M. Rcardon, W. B. Wor- snam, i . wisiar urown, a. u. uayne. THE NATIONAL EXCHANGE BAM, Paid up Capital, $ 300,000. John N Simpson, President; Wn Gaston, Vice-President; Koyal A Ferris, Vice-President; N A McMillan, Cashier; John II Gas ton, Assistant Cashier. DALLAS. TEXAS. W. T. Hancock. J. H. Lawrence. W.T.HANCOOE&CO, Dealers in Staple ail Fane? Groceries Country Produce. Etc. Agents for tbe South American Cure. NO. 020 ELM ;ST.. DALLAS. TK3T Notice to Machinery EiMMtors. The Machinery Park of tho Texas State Fair and Dallas Exposition Is now ready for the selection oi building lots by exhibi tors, and those who propose to erect their own buildings for the coming Fair and Ex position, October 'iuth to November 6th, next, are hereby notitied to file their appli cation for snace with the secretary at their earliest possible convenience, as there are already soveral now in asking ior nmueuj ato action. The lots will be numbered and draws, for by the applicants. Eight hun dred dollars will be the minimum cost oi any structure allowed in this Park, and tbe ground upon which tbe structures are to be built will be leased free of cost for exhibi tion purposes to the occupants. l. A. KBAllPHt.l'inciorn vuarge. SYDNEY SMITH, Secretary. Notice to Exhibitors. Floor nl.ni of thn Exposition nail 2X 300 feet, Power Hall 7&xacw feet, Machinery Hall (IOx2.F0 leet, of the Texas Slate Fair and Dallas Exposition, can be seen at tbe secretary's ollice, and exhibitors for the ceraing Fair and Exposition, October ilth to November oth. next, who bare not alrea dy tiled their applications for space are hereby requested U do so at their earliest possible convenience. Information as to terms, e barges, etc , can be had on applica tion to the secretary. A. SANOEK, Director unirye, SYDNEY 6MITH,8 jeretary. Man Mnstrial Unity, FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS. LOCATION in the mountains about 1700 feet above the sea beautiful . and healthful. BUILDING magnificent, one of the finest lu tho South. Dormitories bolng erected. OFFICEUS AND INSTRUCTORS number twonty-one. EQUIPMENTS Farm and Shop rocolvin valuable additions. Laborato ries well supplied. VACATION in wlntor, all'ordlng especial advantages to Btudonts from malarial districts, TUITION only $10 por year for non-bcnoflclarlcs, One thousand State beneficiaries allowed. Board in privato families Irom 12 to (10 por month. FALL. TKRM BEGINS SKPTKMI3ER 0, 1887. For cotolog uo, address, SECY BOARD TRUSTEES or the PRESIDENT. Asriciialslficliaiiical College of Texas College Station, Texas. TWELFTH Annual Session opens Scptombor 5th, 1887. Gives thorough training in all the sciences that lead to useful citizenship, with such practice in the agricultural and mechanical arts as has secured for recent graduates immediate profitable employment. Dairying, stock-breeding and management, horticulture, wood and metal working, and chemical analysis for fanners, physicians, druggists, c, civil and mechanical engineer ing, drawing, Ac. for engineers, draughtsmen, land- surveyors &c, are all taught in the most practicul way in tbe lieu's, shops and laboratories. German and Spanish in the course. Extensive additions to dormitories and appliances for instruction now in prog ress. No tuition. All expenses, except cl ithlng and books, only (KiO for nine months. Write lor catalogue to Jl. ii. iINWlDDlE, Climrmnti of the Faculty, or b L. L. McINNlS, VIce-Chairman REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD TRAVEL VIA THE Missouri Pacific Railway : Because it Is the groat thoroughlare betweon Central Texas and all points North, East and West. It is the only line passing through the beautiful In dian Territory. It runs a line ot Superb Pullman Bullet and Sloepintr Car betwee? St. Louis (via Denlson and Fort Worth) and San Antonio. It runs Double Daily Trains, making close -and sure connections in Union Depots at Kansas City, St. Louis and Hannibal for all points. Solid trains from San Antonio to St. Louis (via Fort Worth and Denlson). But one change of cars to CHICAGO, CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, BOSTON, LOUISVILLE, WASH- INGTON, PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE AND OTHER PRINCIPAL CITIES. Trains for St. Louis and-tbe North, East and West, leave Dallas 8:40 p. m. E. P TURNER, I1- C ARCHER. Ticket Agent, No. 500 Main St., Dallas, Tex. Passenger Agent, Dallas. B. v. McCULLOUGH. Goul. Pass, and Ticket Agent. DaUaa. TEXAS &PACIFIC,RAILWAY TIIK GREATIPOPULAlj! ROUTE Between tie East anil tie West. Start Line to New Orleans And all points in Louisiana, New Mexico, Arizona and California. avonie line to the North, East and Southeast. Elogunt PnlLnan Pullet B eeping Cara through between 8U Louis (via TexarKanai una ueming, j.ju.,aiu, i u.i.u.u ial re i.Im- si.rniiii? Cars between Dallas and SU Louis, morning and evening, dally, without change. Only one change of cars lo CHICAGO, WASHINGTON, PHILADELPHIA, 'CINCINNATI, BALli . MORE, NEW YORK AND OTHER PRINCIPAL CITIES. Take tbe 8:50 a. m. or 10:25 p. m. train for tbe Southeast, via Little Rock, and for St, Louis and all points North and East. Double daily line Pullman Sleepers to 8L Louis. Take the 615 a.m. train for El Paso and the West. Take the 6:35 p. m. or 65 a. m. trains for Waco, Austin, San Antonio, Laredo and Intermediate points. J. n. MILLERjPass. Agent, Dallas, Texas. KP.TUBNER, C. C. ODEN, Ticket Agent, T. P. Depot, and No. 606 Main at., pa as. T. A. U. Deot, East Dallas. B. W, McCULLOUGH. G. P. T.A.,Dallaa. JOU N A. GRANT, General Manager, Dallas.