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GILBERT & CLARK.
Kditori and rroprlotora. THK OITY. I AWYKIt AND WOTAKY W L MCDONALD. Tim Main it. " ' Always at his office. DFNTliST. E- iOT,& SSSXmJS .treet. t t'i..i r. DENTISTS urn. i.u.n.iiig W.G. Jones, ovor inu 'No. 803 Main und 804Elm St. vr.h country butter nt A. E.Boucho's. Wiiv down prleea on Mantels and Orates. Big Mock, at JleKosky Hardware Co. Orates and mantles, latest styles, at No land & Co., 711) Kim stroot. Builders hardware lor salo by Nolaud & Co.,71D Elm street. A bu saw I o dangorous thing to fool with. Ho U a ."wane ft Us iucipicucy. The former In rapid motion, Is scarcely less dls ccr Die than tuc latter. Hence if acid storn S "j ipo,Via and indigestion arise in tho sj Ht'eni, ai o?e take Morris' Casearlno. Smith & Co. are headquarters lor build ers' hardware carpenter tools, ehito and Iron mantels. Fame cook stoves, Fuller A; Warred "" wrought iron ranges and splen did lire-place boaters. Mantels and Orates, liandnoint designs ovor nut upon the market. 1 rices cut way down. Mcllosky Hardware Co. liucks llrllllant Cook Stoves are the best. Every bodv uslr.g tlicm says so. Mcllosky Hardwaro Co., sell them. Koland & Co., 710 Elm street, have i n new stock, bo-jb'ht lor easli and sold cheap. Carpenter tools lor salo by Nolaad & Co., "19 Elm stroct. A man must look up and be boperul. par tieularly If he is drinking lrom a Jug. There i moKance of his being hopeful of a cure lrom disorders of tho stomach, by drinking Morns' Caitcarlno. Green wire cloth, screen door and win dow frames at actual cost. Noland Co., 71'J Elm street. The Herald docs all kinds of job print lug In good stylo at lowest rates. Tho Mantels and Grates sold by Smith & Co., are unsurpassed in stylo and llnish. Trices low as the lowest. Silver King yeast powders at A. E. Bou cho's, 824 Main street. Tains in tho small ol the back are caused by ati'oetion ol the kidneys They will be bunlshed by tho uso ol Morris' Casearlno. Honev, maple syrup by tho gallon or quart, also dried beef, at A. E, Bouoho's. Folly leads to trouble. Wisdom gathers a rich harvest or peace, content and happi ness. Ho Is wise who; will remember that Morris' Casearlno dispels hoadachc, sleep lcBhiicKS and indigestion. A luriro Block of Builders Hardware at Smith AiCo's. A. E. llouchc, tho Main street grocer, has lust, added a splendid refrigerator, in which ho hoi) always the freshest country butter, eggs and Ircsh Flelschnian's yeast, which is kept as cold as can be. The Terfection Water Elovalor and Purl lying Tump. Sold by Mcllosky Hardwaro Co. There is no ailment so disastrous to the human syslem'as constipation. Morris' Cas earine, by Its laxative properties, will speed ily ciadif ntc this loo iogood health. Com'js. Brushes and PeiTiimory at J. L. Williams' drug store, 005 Main street. Favorito Cook Stoves sold by Smith & Co., arc the best on earth. John Klein, 012 Main street, practical hat ter. Cleaning and renovating silk, soil and sua hats a specialty. Work guaranteed. As one who proclaims glad tidings from the mountain's top, is ho who tells those sullerlng from diseased liver that asovorign remedy has been dlBcovcrod, it is Morris' Casearlno. Tycoon Chop Blended, May Blossom teas, the best teas in the market, for 000 aid 75c jicr pound at A. E. Bourtie's. Gumbo flic and fine Mexican coffee lust arrived at Boucho's grocery store. Kod Ant Exterminator at J. L. Williams' drug store 005 Main street. Tho latest and most popular sheet music publications at Frees & Son's. Elegant display ol piano covers and stools at Frees & Son 'a. Tinware and granite Ironware at manufac turers prices lor sale by Noland & Co., 710 Elm street. Miss McDougal will begin aprlvate school lor the young Monday next at Dr. Brow dor's grove, east of Santa Fe Hailroad. ;She respectfully solicit patronage. JO.HE" Never Fall to cure croup In filtecn minutes, diplherla In one hour, flux in two hours, Dknguk Fxvkr in live hours. AH burns, bruises, sprains and pains quickly cured. "JO HE" is only to be had at 1310 Elm street.. Open Day and Night. Lang Brothers have removed thoir busi ness to fuu Slain street, one door above St. James Hotel. Their lunch and chop house Is now complete in all its appointments, with a full coirs of polite and attentive waiters, and get your orders tilled promptly without delav. All the delicacies of the season, including oysters in any style, are now to be bad at Lang Brothers, 800 Main street. Bncceaa. The ladies of Dallas and North Tex m have appreciated tbo endeavors ol Mr. E. Chestnut, 612 Elm street to es tablish a millinery establisLnient equal to any in tho North. Her shelves and show cases always contain the latest styles, most fashionable shapes in bon nets and hats, and the latest colors and shades in trimmings. As fast as a new shape in bonnets or hats appears Mrs. Chestnut receives it She em ploys only the most skilled and tasty milliners and the jadies can always get the latest styles and most fashiona bly trimmed bonnet or hat at her millinery parlors. l - li.LH' LIQUID FUEL FOR IRONCLAD9. 1 , -i An Kiperlment Ordered by the ltusalaa Minister of Marina An Advantage. Tho Russian minister of marine has ordered liquid fuel furnaces to bo fitted to tho ironclad Tchcsme, now under course of completion at Soliastopol. Tho decision is one of a very importunt char acter, since, although liquid fuel has been applied to vessels of fairly lurgo dimen sions, this is the first time tho use of it litis been attempted on ironclnds. On tho Caspian sea the Russian admir alty has used nothing but liquid fuel for its Hoot there for tho lost fifteen years. Thnt fleet, however, consists only of gun boats and small transports. In the lilnck sea it lias applied liquid fuel to two or throe torpedo boats, and latterly somo steamers, built nt St. Petersburg for tho Oxus, have lxcn fitted with petroleum furnaces.. Tho government now seems to consider the time ripe for further de velopments. The best types of furnoces in uso in tho Caspian have been called upon to yield collectively the best designs for the Teliesme, and in due courso tho Russian government will solve one way or tho othor tho debated question whother liquid fuel is superior to cool on board men-of-war. Tho advantages claimed by Russian practice are defined by Mr. Mar vin as follows: "Liquid fuel can be turned on or off like gas, thus dispensing with stoking or banked fires; it is clean and emits no smoko. A ton of liquid fuel can do the work of two or three tons of coal, occupy ing at the same time, bulk for bulk, about half the space; and this means that either tho vessel can go two or three times as far without stopping to coal, or utilize tho bunker space for cargo purposes. In this manner 1,000 tons of oil not only goes as far as 2,500 tons of coal (accord ing to tho typo of furnace used), but takes up only the bunker space of 600 or 000 tons, ami allows the balance of 2,000 tons to be applied to passenger or cargo purposes." In the case of Russia there is one more advantage which has probably inilucnced tho minister of marine more than any of tho foregoing the fact that by using liquid fuel in the Black sea Russia will render herself independent of English cool. Broad Arrow. Intelligence of a Dog. None of my friends ever thought much of me ns a dog trainer, but I have given an illustration of the great intelligence o$ inferior animals that will present tho great public one of these days with a now breed of canines. I have trained a chicken terrier which in a few years should be in active demand by all persons residing in the suburbs or country. There is a dog that will take instructions with all tho the gravity of nn owl and carry them out to the very letter. When I tell that dog to go into tho lackyard and drive out the strange- chickens he will gambol oft and lead ono brood to the west fence, iiko a mother bringing home her chil dren, and having dispatched them to their own barn, he will return and size up tho crowd. If there are any visitors remaining, ho will "cut them out," to uso a cowboy phrase, und with unerring sagacity send them to their respective homes, admonishing them with a fero cious bark that he will chew tlipm if ho catches them trespassing among tho flower beds. I think this is a valuablo instinct to develop. Cor. Globe-Democrat. A Florida woman has made abed quilt containing 10,000 pieces less than the size of a rutin's tburob nniL llemoval Notice. The Texas Installment Co. have moved to 751 Elm street to larger quarter where they are now prepared to furnish a bouso complete almost from ccller to garrett, on Time payments. Every family is now able to purchase such as Furniture, Stoves, Car pets, etc., on small weekly or monthly pay ments. Komember their new store, 701 Elm strcot. Fnrtnd! Fortnrt! At tho war-rooms of Frees A Son's a large and well selected stock of pianos and organs. Prices moderate. Terms reasonable. Eupeon Oil. Lard Oil. NcolsfootOll. Castor Oil. Blcek Lubricating Oil. At J. L. Williams durg store, 003 Main street, . School of Elocution. Mrs. Allle DJloszell's school of elocution will re-open Sept. 1st. 012 Kim street. Mrs. Allle Bradley will have charge ol music de partment, vocal and instrumental. Mrs. J. It. Maloue, English literature. Astonishing Low prices asked for pianos and organs at Frees & Son's, Please call and be con vinced. Dallas) Academy. Ninth year opens Sept 6th. Personal at tention given to pupils. 8end lor catalogue Address Mrs. C. T. Dickinson, principrL Organs Bold On rental payment at Frees & Son's. Economy In Iteming rianoi and organs from Frees & Son's, all money paid Is applied towards the pur chase ol instruments. Good rental organs at Frees & Son's. Piano Sold On rental payments at Frees & Son's. Bncklen's Arnica Halve. The best salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Horcs. Ulcers, Salt Bheum, fever Sores. Totter Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, ana positively cures pues or uo pay required- It is guaranteed to riv perfect satisfaction or meney refunded Price 26 cents per box. For sale by W. U. UoweU & lira rational. lion. Both Shopard spent yesterday at Fort Worth. I . Groenwald rolurnod this morn ing from Ca'vostou. Dopuly ' Shot Iff Nobbett, of ti rimes county, is in tho city. . ,' It. S. McKoou has come to Dallas to rcsldo and go iuto business. N. Tobov of Galveston is in tho city prospecting with a vlow cf locating hero. Mrs. S. ltj llulsoll and Mrr. Fannlo Austin loft for Mansfield, where they visit relatives. Mrs. llot'so and Miss Dora Frosoii ius, of this city, are visiting Mrs. Foo sheo, at Feii Worth. Drs. C. U. Lewis nud I? II. Blair re turned lost night from tho Dental Association at Fort Worth (i WRagsds'c, Bonham; J B Mer rill, McKinuoy: E I Burke, Tyler. John W Flooro, Cleburne ; T F Kill gore, Uroonvl'lo ; Ed A Campbell, Fu nis; Frank D Fltzgorald, Tyler; W Weiss. Beaumon ; W 11 Word, Toxar- kana ; W C Lawson, Waco, are iu tho city. Mr. A. M. Loeb and family will chaniro their homo to McKinuoy whore he has made business arrangements. Mr. Loeb has been at Calm's for toH years and Is well known to a'l tho peo ple hero. Ho is a pleasant, courteous gentleman and Dallas friends will re gret tho move he is about to mnke. Attend the concert to bo given nt tho city park to-night for tho benefit of tho Catholic orphanage McNairy is tho name of tho new postofllco thrco miles west of tho city. B. M. Bradford is postmaster. Tho basoballists are picking a nine to play Eastern clubs at tho Fair. Mr. C. C. Greer was married to Miss. Blanche M. Jenuing by Dr. Hanks at tho residence of tho brido's pareuts near this city. Worthlugton's addition is now n part of Dallas. The white teachers will meet at the high school at 9 o'clock tomorrow mornlug. ' . I New Branch Meat Market. Many of our citizens on Ross avenue will be glad to know that Mr. II. Harris, the old iollablo butcher, will open ou Saturday, July 30, a branch meat market at the comer or Boss avenue and Johnson street, where ho will at all times keep the iresbest and fattest moats. Mr. Harris, having unsur passed facilities, will servo at this market UIU uon, ucui, . v ..., ..... j I' " - "I " l can be found In the market. A polite and t i 1 ... I. Ml ......... I . .. expenenceu ouicnor mu wuu ki ju. wants. This will bo a groat convenience to tlioBO who have bad so lar to send after their meats. ,Mr. Harris guarantees that at this branch tho best of everything shall be 1 . -...I .a lnurnrli.ua ua nnnulliln. Ill kujili miu u i. " ..... u i . connection with the meat market a com plete stock ot lamuy groceries win oo ncpi. r.M. .... ...ill I,. IVaoK onI anM nt. tlin InWAsi. 1 11UT villi new . -. - " figures. It will be under the management of Mr. T. O. Feyton, an afl'able and accom modating gOBiioman, wuu wiu boo um your wants are supplied in a manner satis factory to yourself. Grover Cleyeland Marches, And othor popular music at Frees & Son's. Kencwa Her Youth. Mis I'limlin (!1kk1cv. lVlersou. Claf Co., Iowa, veils the following remark- aiiio story, mo iruin oi which vouched for by the residents of the town: "I nm 7M venrs old, have been troubled with kidney complaint and 1 . .... . .. . . . r irnnrai dnlllll Tint IU1I1U1IUBO IUI many J " dress myself without help. Now I am rreo rroin an pain onu soreness, wiu am able to do all my own houso work. I owo my thanks to Electric Bitters for having renewed my voum, anu re moved completely all disease and IIAIU. 11J R UlH'ILj W..M W . .... W. IL HoweU & BrrS. Drug Store. A. M. D. G. DRSDLINE ACADEMY, DALLAS, TEXAS. This Institution, chartered in 1878, and hlh thu .nh-hiunts of Texas have kindly favored with their patronage since its Unit establishment In 1874, needs no special re commendation to publlo notice. The build ings are convenient and spacious, the irrounds afford ample space for outdoor ex ercise, and being situated in the most pleas ant part of the city, the surroundings are sucn as tena vo prouiuvs uu uai'i't ness. TERMS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Board, tuition and washing, Including A n llnu-v Inflrmarv ex penses per session of nve months f 100 Music and use ot piano 80 Entrance fee.. Graduation fee '. 6 Young ladles desiring admittance into the Academy nurt wways preeui iuhkkmj testimonials and recommendations. For turther pfrtlculars apply to MOTIIEH SUPKRIOR, St Joseph's street. , ' lteal ljlatato Trans Tors. E. C. England and wlfo to W. W. Kidwol), live acres a mllo west of tho courthouse, $1250. John A. Fcrgusou nud wlfo to El bort Allen, 170 acres, Samuel Stewart patent, $2000. BonStlno to Aunio Stlno, 14 3-10 acres of tho McDanicl hoadrlght, $10, Sarah Maria Hicklcs to tho Dallas Cooperage Company, a lot noar tho cooporago for part of the lot ou which tho cooperage is situated. M. L. aud it. F, Thyug to. Griilllbs Ss Cowsor, lots 6, 7 and 8, Houston & Texas Cent) ul Kail way addltlou, $'JO00. A Great Mystery Solved. Hero recently there have boon lots ot rosidencos docoratod with exquis ite desigus pf furniture and household goods of the latest stylos, aud there Eavo becu many inquiries whero thoso elegant goods canto from. Why, tho Texas Installment Co., 619 Elm street, soil them on small, easy installments. Tho poor as well as tho bankers nro invited to glvo us a call, and seo lor themselves that we soli on tho install ment plau as cheap as they can buy for cash elsowhore. Dr. Carter says tho health of tho city is romarkably good and has been for the past year. Absolutely Pure. This powdor nevei vanes. A marvel ol ourttv. stronctb and wholesemeness. More sconomlcal than tho ordinary kinds, and jonnot be sold in competition wltn the mul titude of low test, snort weight alum or nospbate powders. Sold only In cans. UoTAL Baking Powdkr Co.. 100 Wall St.. N. V I 01 Ul UJ u'k 'J Wholesole and Retail Doalcrs in Faints Oils, Glass a Wall Paper, 47 Elm Street Beginning Sept. 5th and continuing until Oct. 5th, SeSag FeRonte Will sell ROUND TRIP TICKETS from ali stations to ST. MS AM RETURN at rata of one fare for Bound Trip. Bear in mind that the "Santa Fe " gives you a choice of routes, either via Farii and the "Frisco'' Line or through the Indian Terri tory via Xansai City, with, elegant equipment; of all classes, induing Pullman Palace Buffet Sleeping Cars. All tickets good to return to October 25th. II , , , .1 assmm Its supoiior excellence proven in millions of homes for more than a quarter of a cen tury. It is used by the United States Gov ernment. Kndorsed by the heads of the Groat Universities as tho Strongest, Iur ost and most Healthful. Dr. Price's the only liaking I'owder that docs not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Sold, only in Cans. l'RICK BAKING POWDER CO. NKW YOKK. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. WANT COIUMN. ADVKUTI SK5IENTS under tho boad of To Kent Itooms AVantcd ; Rooms. To Kent Uusinos Places. To ltont Houses : if ii;.....H.l ltAMA1 fw I1UUBUB ITUUtuu. iiumu kcu.s, sonal ; Lost and Found ; Positions Want, ed Holp Wanted. Wanted Business Chances; Miscellaneous. All nroporly claosifled at tho very low special cash rate below : 6 ,H ,H ,"3 .O I 9 3 3 3 3 3 33 J lOe 20c 2.rie lc STic tic Ife k! 4flc 65c Olc 75! 20c lc )( 60c 70e 'JOv t. i Two llncB... Three lines. Four linos.. Always Cash in Advanck as thesunun are too small to take up tho tlne of book keeper and collector. For Sale. Notices aud Business Cards, CO per cent additional. For tho convenience .of advertisers, let ters may be addressed care of the Dallas Daily llEKALD. Checks will bo clvon entitling tho boldor to any replies received. MEDIC AJj. DALLAS DENTAL PARLOUS' P. Chhanky, D. D. S., Prop'r.. 1700 Elm Street, Dallas. Texas.. Krie Teiepnone. DU. ALDIUCH, TREATS DISEASES Olr women aud children, also all chronlo complaints, has had upwards of twenty years experience. OUIce S44 ElinsU.Dallas. DDUPRE, M. D. (Kocontty ol Austin.) . Physician and Surgeon. At ollloe, UTH)' Klin street, from ! to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m., and at residence, 105U Elm street, 8 p. m, to 8 a. m. HOUSE MOVING. friiiimiitnnil! hmid dven if reuulredi leave nninrs nt ('ooner & ltobcrtson. roiU MtiitaJ agents, 702 Main street. J B Saint & Co. 'BOOTS AND SHOES. Whv don't you have your boots and sboes made to order, when they don't cost any more than stocK worn, ai a. biubi b, ui Elm street. IiUMBER, SASH, DOORS. ETC." GRIFFITHS & COWSEIt, DEALERS 1M Luffibor. Long loaf yollow pine a peclalty. Sash, doors, etc. Austin lime hair, plaster, Portland and Rosedale cement FOH RENT. rpWO OR THREE largo furnlghed rooms, X connected, plastered. Good neighbor- 1. 1 lI..Jlliir lni'nlltr. Cistern WfltMV On car lino. Apply Commerce street. I.OR SALE ON EASY "KKJuH. une 1 of the best neighborhood Family Gro cery Stores in Dallas. Call at 111 Sycamour MISCELLANEOUS. LOST Receipt books of the x. M. V. A. Finder please leave notice (or books) at the drug store of J. L. Williams on Main street. A YOUNG MARRIED MAN a posidon as salesman In wholesale or j ....... ...v.. I.Miff.vnnrlntlpll. ArifiraSA " A " this olllue. T ANTED Situation in a family tot' V care of horses and drive earns gC Best of references. Address WlUiam u ie 1J Masten street, city, -m m ivnvirTlivivri Wnnwha'. foundry in operation, and prep' red t contract for the manufacture of a' jyihlni tbat can be made ot wood and lro' a. Als rnnariO rnnnirinir m Iron and WOO d. Mnri gers Improved Cotton Machina Manufa Hiring Company, uaiias, lexas. 1T7A VTEll Ten shares of Dr dlu Horn ml ltiLii AaModati An. r.liufll Address W., Herald office. HOUSE PAINTING-O. 1 ,V. MERlt House and Sign Painter, Kalsomtnin Paper Hanging, Graining and Glazlni Portland and Cadis street. J W. WESTON, Ml J am street, oo ner Austin, select stock bardwai ana cuuery. ueuuim uu .aaen wire, ne nails, &c MAK0FACTO RXR OF ' Boots &Shoer -Repalrmg fieatly Done. k ' ' ' 910 Main St., P "voainoreSt DALLAS, : : . . TEXAS