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GILBERT & CLARK, lid t tor nl Proprietor. Term of Subnorlption t DAILY. One Year j-j Six Months B-"V One Month Single Copy w WEEKLY. n Vr tWP Six Months w Ofllce: 600 and 608 Main St., gecond floor. Remittance should be nude by draft, regis tered, loucr or iuuuuj Advertising ratos lurnished upon appllca tlon at the olllce. Thursday, Sept. 15, 1887. Good clt'".cii8 nro williug to oboy tho laws of their country and bnd ones Bhould bo forced to do ho. Highway robbery should bo pun ished capitally, witliout regarding tho amount of boodlo tho robber obtains. It is strange how far a man's ambi tion will mislead hin This is dedi cated to somo ot tho anti leaders who want Souator Coke's scalp. It w" aot do to liken Dallas and tho Fort to two fighting cocks any more. Fort "Worth and Waco aro In tho pit together. Dallas is busy. The time for paying taxes reaches only to December 81, this year. On the 1st of January you will bo on tho delinquent roll if you have not paiu. An old miserly bachelor sends the Heiuld a protest against tho uudom .pnif. lnw which forces him to pay taxes to cducato tho children of other pooplo. t t Attend tho entorto'nincnts given by tho good ladies and patronizo them Mbcrally. There is not a city In Texas in which tho women do moro charity and church work than in Dallas. Meridian reports one man scut up for ten years for horse theft, and two cases of assault to murder in which the accused wcro fined 12 r nd $5, This is civilization with a vongoa'ico. The cotton-picker, if ono is ever in vented, will throw a multitudo of peo ple out of employment in this country Every porson in tho Stato who wishes to work Is now ablo to f d employ ment. The city authorities cla'm that they do not get enough work out of day laborers, or timo-killcrs, as they call (hem. "Wo boo no reason why they should not if they havo tho right man to superintend them. If tho credit system is playing out Jn other portions of tho State as rapidly as it is here. itwMl not bo loug boforo tho trade of Texas will bo on a much safer f Tiaucial basis thau it has been in tho past. There is a good deal of hoodlum turn cropping out in somo portions Oj Texas. However widely tho rcpoct ablo pcoplo of tho state may differ on political or rei'gious matters, thore should be no division on the proposi tion that "tho hoodlum must go." ' It takes a long time for a Govern ment building to sct'o, but Dallas can't wait lor it to settle. Sho is up and doing and wi1' need mother quite as largo as tho prescut structure by tho time it is Allied. The United States caa't keep up with tb's town. Everything Possiblo should bo douo to make tho transportation facil ities to and from tho Fair adequato to tho demaud soon to bo made upon them. It occurrs to tho Hi- iald that a double street car track, on Main street will bo needed nd should bo built ' It seems to bo tho gcucro'ly accept ed idea, especlr''y among politicians, that a party platfoi.u is in tho nature of a trap set to capturo as many birds ns possiblo, of any kbit' Tho word "sumptuary "is rn ambiguous term that Las proven to bo a great favorite with them. It seems to us that Judgo Clark treated CoL Will Lambert nd others with somo lack of courtesy i rcfus- ig to let them shoot tho n ."' on his vturn : rom Chicago. They cooked tip a lot of chickens for the judge and j had them ready when be got home; but their preparations ran him off to HouMor. . lv there is anything tho roador now yearns for it is somo fresh fuiw-a late crop of chestnuts,' as it were. We havo had dry jokes, droll fun, puns, patched-up pnecdotes and the pro ceedings of tho legislature. All of theso aro tho samo things over again end aga'n. But O'Reilly's resolution is something wo havo novor had bo- IIemry George's frco land theory, lu which ho contends that all land should be owned by tho government and all taxes raised from tho land as lease or rout money, is bo utterly con trary to existing institutions shat it will never bo seriously considered Jn this country. ; The Fa'r people claim that nothing interesting shall bo left out of their great calo'oguo of Texas wonders. Tho young or old law or who has suc ceeded In draw'ng damagofunds out of tho averago Texas uowspapor should bo oxMbilod that Is, if one cnu bo found. The country papers aro just now roturniug thanks for a pock of sweet potatoes. On Webster On ! It is said that Webstei tho photo graphor within tho last three months has made wonderful improvements in tho art of photography, particularly in tho lino of baby pictures. Mr. W. of fers $25 roward for a baby that he can't catch with a smile. Itemember that Webster will chargo you a good round price for a photograph made at Ids studio. For geod violins, guitars, banjos, nccord coni, strings, etc., visit Frees & Son's waro rooms. At Meridian tho criminal dockot was takon up on Monday tho follow ing convictions have boon had: A. B. Chappol, assault to kill, fined $12. ,10; Tom Jones, horse thoft, two cases, five years in tho pouitontiary in each caso; Taylor Gruunols, horso theft, five years in the penitentiary ; Tom Bruton, assault to kill, fined $5. A NAMELESS CASE., My case lias been a very curious one for about thirteen years. At Intervals of about ono week I would be attacked with spells or severe and most excruclnting pain, always commencing In the region ot my kidneys. The pain would then go upwards and atl'oct my body and head, and seemed to penotrale my very eye-bulls, croatlng the most intense sullering, lasting about eight hours each spell. X restored to all kinds ol medicine with out bcncllt. Several doctors treated my case, but none relief. I finally used B. B. B. as on experiment, and to my uttor astonish ment all pain and suffering vanished after using three dosos. To the present tlmo I have nscd three bottles, and not a pain bus ever returned. I do not know what was the matter, noither could mypbystclunnume the cemplatnt. The B. B. B. acted flnoly -..J nnnit-niiltr iitt.n mv Virinnvi ; uiv an- petite has been splendid and my constitu tion uuui up rapiuiy. iv. i , Constitution, da., May G, 10. UNIMPEACHED INTEGRITY. I am 85. Broke down twelve years ago, and have not been able to work since. Have lost proper action of my hips and legs. For live years scrofulous sores nave appeared on my scalp and noso, and at the same time mr eveslirlit began to fall, and for three years have been uuiupttfuUvuly blind. 11 ave been treated by eminent physicians of different schools without a cure. 1 have taken five bottles of U. B. B. (mado at At lanta, Ga.,) and all scrofulous sores are gradually healing. Inflamation abont'my eyes has disappeared and there is some lm- Crovcmcnt in my vision. Am very much enefited and relieved, and begin to feel like a boy again feel good. My strength and activity are returning In my hips and legs. The B. B. B. acts vigorously upon my kidneys, and the great quantity of mat ter that has been forced out through the skin is utterly incredible, often so otienslve In odor as to produce nausea. I refer to all business men ot! LaQrange, Ga. 1. ProMill. LaOrange, Ga., January 13, 1880. All who desire full information about the cause and cure of Blood Poisons, Scrofula and Scrofulous Hwelllngs, Ulcers, Sores, lUicumatisra, Kidney Complaint, Catarrh, .lit nmn lanllM liv mall. fVpA. & lOT)V Of Olir 32-page Illustrated Book ot Wonder, tilled Willi ine most wonucrmi uu bummiub proof ever before known. Address, BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga. Us. E. Ill's Books Elegant, Educational, Standard, Best. 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TO THE FRONT I2ST Low Prices and a Fine Assortment of Goods. -(((:)))- Having proven that we have adopted a plan of business which will enable us to sell goods , CHEAPER -:- THAN -:- OTHERS, We now wish to say to both city and country people that Wk are Your Friends, and it you will continue to patronize us as you have done In the past, we will provo our friendship by helping you- to S A YE YO OR MONET; We can nirnlsh 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 lagre or small, that It Is the ooking after or neglect of little things that tends to the bul JIng up or breaking down of any kind of business. It must be remembered that all large things ore 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 In the market we do not quote prices, but can assure you that we will at all times soil at Prices Which No One Can Beat! And which will boat most every one. Consignments of Country : Butter, : Chickens : and : Eggs Solicited. Most of you know where we are, but for the benefit or those who donotwecan.be found at fiAr m nf rim f In a large frame building two blocks west of Union Depot ') 11 A J XfT f CrP 1147 JiiLJVL Ol. 1 and opposite Buck-Horn corner.. Pan Electric Telephone. f Lll JM-ilYl O I WE HAVE A FI5E ASSORTMENT OF JELLY, PEESEEVES AND TEA. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK A safe place to deposit your money in. Cap ital paid In, 1325,000; Surplus, 975,000. Dallas Nal'l Bant and City Nat'l Bant CONSOLIDATED. Ofkickrs J.C. O'Connor, President. J. T. Tkkzbvant, Jr., Vice President. K. M. Kkardon, Cashier. L. U. Berokron, Assistant Cashier. Directors T. L. Marsalis, B. Blanken ship, J. T. Trezevant, Jr., Alfred Davis, A. J. Porter, J. C. O'Connor. C. A. Keating, L. A. Pires, M.L. Crawford, J. F. O'Connor, Alex Sanger, K. M. Beardon, W. B. Wor sham, T. Wistar Brown. 8. Q. Boyne. THE NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK, Paid up Capital, $300,000. John N Simpson, President; WH Gaston, Vice-President: Royal A Ferris, Vice-President: N A McMillan, Cashier; John U Gas ton, Assistant Cashier. DALLAS. TEXAS. W. T. Hancock. J. n. Lawrence. W. T. HANCOCK & CO. Dealers in Country Produce. Etc. Agents for the South American Cure. NO. 920 ELM 1ST., DALLAS, TRY Notice to Machinery Eilitors. The Machinery Park of the Texas State Fair and Dallas Exposition Is now ready for the selection ot building lot by exhibi tors, and those who propose to erect their own buildings for the coming Fair and Ex position, October ith to November bth, next, are hereby notified to fllo their appli cation for space with the secretary at their earliest possible convenience, as there are already several now in asking for immedi ate action. The lots will be numbered and drawa for by the applicants. Eight hun dred dollars will be the minimum cost ot any stnicture allowed in this Park, and the ground upon which the structures are to be built will bs leased free of cost for exhibi tion purposes to the occupants. C. A. KEATING, Director In Charge. SYDNEY SMITH, Secretary. Notice to Exhibitors. Floor plans of the Exposition nail SOOx X) feet, Power Hall 75x feet, Machinery Hall 0x250 leet, of the Texas State Fair and Dallas Exposition, can be seen at the secretary's office, and exhibitors for the ceming Fair and Exposition, October SOth to November 5tb, next, who live not alrea dy tiled their applications for spaee art hereby requested U do so at their earliest possible convenience. Information as to terms, ebarges, etc , can be bad on appliea tlon to the seenfary. A. 8 ANUEfc, Director la Charge, SYDNEY SMITH, Secretary. Arkansas in FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS. LOCATION in the mountains about 1700 feet above the sea beautiful and healthful. '..., ... BUILDING magnificent, one of the finest In the South. Dormitories being erected. OFFICERS AND INSTRUCTORS number twenty-one. EQUIPMENTS Farm and Shop receiving valuable additions. Laborato ries well supplied. ' , VACATION In winter, affording especial advantages te Btudents from malarial districts. , TUITION only flO per year for non-beneficiaries, One thousand State beneficiaries allowed. Board in private families from $12 to 15 per month. FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 5, 18S7. For catalogue, address, SECY BOARD TRUSTEES or the PRESIDENT. int Agricultural Mecwal College of Texas College Station, Texas. TWELFTH Annual Session opens September Sth, 1887. Gives thorough training In all the sciences that load to useful citizenship, with such practice in the agricultural nud mechanical arts as has secured for recent graduates immediate profitable employment. Dairying, stock-breeding and management, horticulture, wood and metal working, aid chemical analysis for fanners, physicians, druggists, Ac., civil and mechanical engineer lng, drawing, &c. for engineers, draughtsmen, land surveyors &c, are all taught In the must practicul way in the llek's, bhops and laboratories. German and SponUh in the course. Extensive additions to dormitories and appliances for instruction now in prog-i-ms. No tuition. All expenses, except clothing and books, only f 155 for nine months. Write tor catalogue to II. II. PTNAVinniK, Chairman of the Faculty, or L. L. McINNIS. Vice-Chalnnan . REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD TRAVEL VIA THE Missouri Pacific Railway: Because it is the great thoroughfare between Central Texas and all poInU North, East and West. It Is the only line passing through the beautiful In dian Territory. It runs a line ot Superb Pullman Buflbt and Sleeping Car between St. Louis (via Dcnison and Fort Worth) and San Antonio. It runs Double Dally Trains, making close and sure connections m Union Depots at Kansas City, St. Louis and Hannibal for all point. Solid trains from San . Antonio to St. Louis (via Fort Worth and Denison). But one change of cars to CHICAGO, CINCINNATI, NEW YORE, BOSTON, LOUISVILLE, WASH INGTON, PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE AND OTHER PRINCIPAL CITIES. Trains for St. Louis and the North, East and West, leave Dallas 8:40 p. m. E P TURNER, M. C. ARCHER. ' Ticket Agent, No. 506 Main St., Dallas, Tex. Passenger Agent, Dallas. B. W. McCULLOUGH. Genl. Pass, and Ticket Agent. Dallas. TEXAS & PACIFIC RAILWAY THE GREATIPOPULAR ROUTE Between tie East ancl tie West. Short Line to Hew Orleans And all points in Louisiana, New Mexico, Arizona and California. Favorite line to the North, East and Southeast. Elcgunt Pullman Puffet 8 eeplng Cars through between St. Louis (via Texaikanal and Doming, N.M., also, Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between Dallas and SU Louis, morning and evening, daily, without change. Only one change of cars to CHICAGO, WASHINGTON, PHILADELPHIA, CINCINNATI, BALTI MORE, NEW YORK AUD OTHER PRINCIPAL CITIES. Take the 80 a. tn. or 10:25 p. mi train for the Southeast, via Little Rock, and for SU Louis and all points North and East, Double dally line Pullman Sleepers to St. Louis. Take the 6:06 a.m. train for El Paso and the West. Take the 655 p. m. or 6:05 a. m. trains for Waco, Austin, San Antonio, Laredo and Intermediate polnU. J. H. MILLER, Pass. Agent. Pallas. Texas.- E. P. TURNER, C. C. ODEN, Ticket Agent, T. P. Depot, and No. 606 1 Main sU, Da as. TVa. U. Depot, East DalliTs. h. W. McCUlXOUGH, G. P. & T. A., Dallas. JOHN A. URANT, General Manager, Pallas.