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x ; . ' .' v v ' iff (ft " ' ill 1 . If! . -. V WfT ffl X DALLAS TEXAS. THURSDAY. 'SEPTEMBER 15, 1887. OLD SERIES VOL. 38. NKW SERIES, VOL. 13 NO. UOl) Mr" BUY BEST "MEDAL ROOFING." Ready for Use!- ' Easily Applied! Half - the Cost of Tin. USED KXTKNS1VELY ON STOKE HOUSES, DWELLINGS, GINS, SHEDS, AWNINGS, POKCHE8 WAEEHOUSES," BARNS. STABLES, BRICK KILNS, AND IN FACT WHEREVER A GOOD, CHEAP, DURABLE AND FIRE-PROOF ROOF IS NEEDED. C WRITE FOR PRICES. Carpet Felt, Straw Board, Paper and MjUni Felt at Lowest Prices, Address all orders to Keteie. oi. TEXAS STORAGE COMPANY, DALLAS. TEXAS. THE IIERALD Is Prepared ooEc and Job Printing NEATLY, . CHEAPLY, . PROMPTLY. 506 AND 508 MAIN STREET. j pi ii -BIRD, ANDERSON & CO;, Wholesale and BoMhandDressedLMDer, ShingleSv Sash, Doors and Mouldings. JRff un HI Cor. St. Paul and TEUNK FACTOEY. TRUNKS VALISES and TRAVELING GOODS Save the Middleman's Trollt and get better goods. HENRY POLLAOK& CO., m Kim Street, Dallas, Texas. 723 Elm Street, Dallas. Texas. F. AUSTIN- AUSTIN DEALERS IN- Oob Motto: " Best goods and lowest prices at all times." Watches and Jewolry repaired and warranted. 612 MAIK STRiUCT. H. B. HILLYER & SON, PHOTOGEAPHEES! AUSTIN, HELTON, Headquarter!., 701 Kim Street, Dalian, Texas. Thirty Year's Experience in the Art ; Twenty in Austin, Texas. Sixteen Diplomas, Three Silver Cups, Three SUver Medals, and a Diploma at the N. O. Exposition attest hit Merits as an Artist. tnstanuuioouM Baby Pictures and Family Grouiw n !i'clly. K. SHIELDS, G'3'3 Elm Street, Is just In receipt of the latest and most artistic styles of WALL :-: PAPER. And wo are Headquarters for PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC. 2! ire ml. with patent double acllng rods el roiainn nee ftbv. k.ipui .nbiuntl! ana ntmnoino. I tTeed In tbe beit Band and I Orche.tr. Unrqealed tor I toot, nrpaM aR omen in I flnlah uil .nneuanoa. It Iaeereet Mtnla dealer does not kees tbrm, writ to aa tar Ulaetmed Catalogue. m ;sv Cheaply Transported. LPractically Fire Proof Cheaper than Shingl s. JOB OFFICE . To Do retail dealors in Mill TV 1 rt i. A KMsai Elm Sts., Dallas. D. O. AUSTIN. & SON, m, DALLAS. TEXAS. any TEXAS LANDS. Send for msps and particulars of special bargains in Pine, Agricultural and Grazing Lands, immediately on the lines of new railroad, where you can " grow up with the country." State amount you can Invert and whether for use or speculation. J. 8. DAUGUEKTT, Dallas, Texas. News Notef, Paris has eloctrlo lighty-. , . v The Ilio Grande is very full. ' A $10,000 occupation tar Is now re quired of nil Georgia wine rooms. John A. Logan J r, wai elected to fill his father's membership in'tHo army of tho Tennessee, i "... ..' r'' ' Bud Hall, at Key's gin, uoar Cle burne, had his arm caught in agin and tho llesti lorn into shreds. The asylum board requested Dr. Dorset to resign which1, ho refuses to do. It is claimed thatjie drinks excessively.:- . ,J ' Ex-Govornor Luko If'. Blackburn died at Frankfort, Ky.,: t 2:30 yester day. His 'last words were, "OI tho beauty of religlf n." j v i Capt. J. J. Ilendley, ftii old citizen of Galveston, -died at' Mlddlotowm Conn., yesterday. Ho lived in Galves ton fifty years ago. gy . Nnlton Day and Henry Kolly, capt ured by Sheriff Jones, Imve been fully identified as parties who fought the possco and escaped at Eureka. Tho inquest in the Mitchclltown tragedy cose has developed the fact that it was not nocessaif. for the con stables to fire when they did so. Charles Lewis, r. Smith and Ed Con nio wero arrostod for intimidating la borers at tho oil mill in Galveston and w'll bo tried under tho new law relat ing to such disturbance The accused woro st riking employes of tho mill. Tho Republicans held a harmonious State convention at Saratoga yester day. Tho lollowing nominations wero made : Hon. William M. Evarts placed the name of Col. Fred D. Grant hoforo the convention for secretary of state and he was unanimously nominated by - acclamation. J udgo Josso S. Lamareaux, of Saratoga county, was nominated for comptroller, James II. Carmiohael, of Erio, for treasuror, J. A. DenulBon, of Fulton, for nttoruey general, and O. H. P. Cornell for state engineer and surveyor, completing tho ticket. Tho dentists had au interesting meeting at the Fort. Tho next meet ing will be held in Dallas the 2d Tues day In March, 1888. Tho officers elect ed for tho ensuing year are : Dr. T. L. "Wcsterfiold, of Dallas, president ; Dr. A. J. Lawrouco, of Fort Worth, first vico president; Dr. B. It Garrison, of Cloburno, second vice president; Dr K. II. Blair, of Dallas, secretary and treasurer; Dr. C. B. Lewis, ot Dallas, corresponding secretary; Drs. E, A. Andrews, C. A. Otterboin and Mason executive committee, and Drs. Barnes and Madison, both of Fort Worth, iinuuoo committee. Tho supremo curt of Uliuois alllrm- edtho judgomout of tho lower court in the anarchist case yesterday and sentonced seven of them to bo hangod on "Novombor 11. The court sald: "In this case the court orders that the sentence of tho superior couit of Cook county of defendants lu indict ment, August Spies, Samnol Fioldem A. R. Parsons, Adolph Fisher, Michael Schwab, L. Engol, and Louis Line bo carried into cfl'oct by tho sheriff of Cook county on Nov. 11 next, on Fri day, between tho hours of 10 o'clock forenoon and 4 o'clock iu the afternoon on that day." Noobe got flftoeu years in tho penitentiary. Iiadle are Arrested While passing Frees A Son's ware-rooms by ihelr Inviting display of elegant Harde man pianos now on exhibition. Cigars, tobacco of the best qualities and low prices, at A. E. Bouche's. A Change in the weather would be appreciated, but you can obtain a great deal of comfort if you would only try the dcliciously cool soda water, milk shakes and other cooling drinks, at C. V. Wallers's drug store. While you are there buy ouo of his celebrated Elec trio c'gars. t Douglas Bros, the Merchant Tail ors, 708 Main street, have roceived their fall and winter stock of the most fashionable suitings. They solicit the orders of those desiring perfect fitting garments and made in the most artis tic manner. ANNEXATION CONDITIONS Presented by East Dalian Accepted by TJ. and A cominlltco appointed by tho East Dallas council was present at . tho meeting of tho Dallas aldormou last night aud submitted the following conditions that East Dallas will want us to comply with if she comes in : 1. A brick cugiuo house. 2. A fire ongiuo and sufficient lorce to bandlo same. , , . 8. Sufficient police protection. " 4. To divide tho territory into two wards. 6. That Elm street be macadamized immediately, and Main streot and Boss avenuo bo graded to the eastern limits as soon as possible ' ' '" . A commitlco, consisting of Messrs. Hall, Loob and Itowlcy, recommended the aocoptauce -ol these terms and thoy, were agreed to unnnimously. "Suoli other reasonable) requests as may bo mado" was added to tho abovo. The judgment of the Supremo Court of Uliuois in tho eclobratod An archist cao is not a surpriso to tho country. It was generally believed that tho finding of tho lower court would be aflirmod. .Thcro is soino grouud for tho judgment, and public sontimont demanded that it chouldbe sustained. If tho technical rules by which courts are Irequcntly controll ed in tho triul of criminals of, other kinds had been conformed to in this caso, tho anarchists would not have recoived tho doath soutonco, however just this sentence may be.' Tho coun try is determined to ria itself of an archists. " ': Lock & Jewell suo Jas. Arbucklo on nolo of hand for $275. Licensed to Marry. Coleman Scott to Unico Walker. B. II. Brooks to Marietta Jackson. licautics! Itoauclos! The Ilurdmnn pianos, now on exhibition aud for salo by Frees & Son's. Buckwheat, roasted codecs, canned goods, mackerel, herrings, apple butter, fresh crackers, etc., at Bouuhe's 824 Main street. . Fresh butter on ice, cheese, Imms, fruits etc. A cood BSBortment of Groceries al ways on bund at T. 11. Craddock's, No. 803 Ervay street, ror nur ueanug anu tow prices refer to those who have traded with him lor Jour years. Complaint was mado against Char lio Brooks for stealing Dummy's breeches this morning in county court. rieaae Remember. It Is Jones who concedes Superiority to no man in tho State In tilling teeth. Those nrtl.tlc unci beautiful eold lillinir in teeth or his patients attest his skill. Fees suiu cientto justlly that extreme painstaking and skiii requisite to mo ucBt renuim. Childress Building 012 Kim street. See au Toilet Sonns. Snonircs. Texas Tolu Chew. IngUumat J. L. Williams' drug ntore, &50 Main street. Miiv blossom tea. the best tea on the mar ket, at Bouche's, 821 Main street, 60 cents per pound. Recorder's Court. .Dan Critchcr, occupying a hack stand, $5. W. A. Clinton promised to leave town at ouco and wasnot fined for in toxlcation. Davo Opeuhoimer, intoxication $3. Same for carrying a pistol was transferred to tho county court. Chas. Brooks, theft, transferred. He got pair of dummy's pantaloons. Worth Knowing. W. II. Morgan, merchant, Lake City, Fla., was taken with a severe cold, at tended with a distressing cough and running into consumption in its first stages. Ho tried many so-called popu lar cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was reduced in flesh, had dif ficulty in breathing and was unable to slocp. Finally tried Dr. King's Now Discovery lor Consumption and found Immediate relief, and after using half a dozen bottles found himself well and has had no return or the disoase. No other remedy can show so grand a record of cures as Dr. King's Now Diicovery for Consumption. Guaran teed to do jnst what is claimed for it Trial bottle free at W. 1L Howell & Bro'a. drug store. lien Brook Robbery. ... Tho Hughes brothers aud Carter aro on trial for tho Bon Brook rob- bory to-day' bof pro : Judgo Burford, Tho IlEKAi.n cauriot wait for the court's judgment, which has not yet been rendored. Geu. Caboll expresses his determination t drive train rob- " bcrs out of Texas if other officers V ,v ovor the State will aid him. lie la ' ' - highly pleased with , tho good work ; being dono tryjjertff Jones, of LcoV ' couuty, and bVtW sheriff of Harris '" county. - t HtlU Dry.v ' ' , Deputy Sheriff Nebbctt'- reports a distressing drouth it Anderson, in Grimes county. lie says thoy havo not had a good aitl hi font months and that tho .cracks in' tho parched prairies arc largo enough to stick a man's head in. Citizons have to haul water quite a distance, and of courso the crops wero cut. off. Grimes is au excellent, rollablo county, and such a drouth is very unusual thoro. Tlie Anarchists' Cane. ' Tho general expression regarding the decision in tho anarchist case is that the judgment is just and tho do fondants should hong. But occasion ally a man Is found who docs not be lieve that tho death- sentence is sup ported by tho evidouce,. Tho judg ment is about what was generally ex pected and dosirod. . : 3 Landmark Gone. Tho old blacksmith shop at the cor ner of Jefferson aud Commerce streets was torn down aud tho debris is being removed. A good business houso will bo built thoro at onco. This old shop was tho finest business houso.iu Dallas not very long ago aud tho builder had groat difficulty In getting to Dallas tho lumber' out or whtclr irwurbtmtlt was built in tho days when pegs wero usod in framing houses. Y. M. C. A. Noten. A fricud of tho association scut in $5 a day or two since entirely unso licited. Such subscriptions as this are vory eucouragiug. A fow more names havo been added to tho rent list and it is nearly up to tho amount required to provide for tho rout to January 1st, so as to allow a", tho reg ular incomo of tho association to ap ply toward liquidating tho dobt. Tho ladies' auxiliary met yosterday aud adopted eomo plans relativo to raising funds during tho fair, tho principal features of which have al ready been set fourth in the Herald. Tho next meeting of tho auxiliary wi'l be ou Wednesday, tho 21st lust at 3:30 p. m. It is hoped that all members aud as many friends of tho uesuciiitiuu a podoilt'o will be present. Tho committco on Booms, Library and Printing meet at 5 p. m. to-day. General Itoulauger is Itere in march sheet music lorm at sales rooms of Frees & Sou's. Will 1 wo-thirds be Required. Any territory wishing to bo annex ed to a city or town may tio on by a majority voto of tho pcoplo residing within such territory. Tho law re quires a two-third vote for a town to abolish its charter. Tho question arlsos, whether East Dallas can como in by a majority voto or will a two third voto bo necessary under tho law. As usual, tho lawyers arc di vided ou this question. The City llcsponaible. Dr. Carter says that September is ono of our sick months, and that tho prevailing sllmcnt is fever. It is to bo hoped that no more sporulcs will bo hatched out and turned looeo on the city at tho dumping grounu. A lead lug attorney expresses the opinion that the city might bo sued and lorccd to pay for damaged health of persons who are ablo to tiaco-thelr sickness to this or other liko nuisances. Diseases and tneldlous. A headache, sleeple, nervousness mark their lucep lion. Mortis' Cascarlne will remove thff cause of the trouble. It is in fallible in such cases. Try Pond's Extract, the remedy by unanl mous verdict for Inflamation and pain. Do not be deluded by spurious preparations. v HftALY, Chicago.