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i : evening: edition; - ' V OLD SKIUBp VOL. 38. DALLAS : TEXAS, FRIY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1887. NEW SERIES, voiua No.uio i lii i in hi my " ' 'yiJ ' BOY BEST "MEDAL ROOFING." . TReady for Use ! V'r Easily Applied! :rr APractlcaHtr-FirePrnnf Half the Cost of Tin. Cheaper than Shingl s. USED 2XTENS1VKLY ON ',' , i- " STORE HOUSES, DWELLIUGS, GINS. SHEDS, AWNINGS, P0ECHE8 WAREHOUSES, BARNS, STABLES, BRICK ZILNS, AND IN -FACT WHEREVER A GOOD,, CHEAP, DURABLE AND FIRE-PROOF ROOF IS NEEDED. ' WRITE FOR PRICES. ' Carpet Felt, Straw Board, Paper and BnilJim Felt at Lowest Prices. Address-all order to fofrj&S&iSU . TEXAS STORAGE COMPANY, DALLAS. TEXAS. THE HERALD JOB . OFFICE Is Prepared To Do Book and Job Printing NEATLY, HUT A PROMPTLY, 506 AND, 503 MAIN STREET. 4 - BIElD, ANDERSON & CO., T 5.; Wboleinlo and Roug handDressedLumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors and Mouldings. Long Leaf Lnmlier of Cor. St. Paul and 7 TRUNIN FACTORY. lTTTTTM VALISES anfl TRAVELING GOODS Save the Middleman'! I'rollt and get better goods. HENRY POLLACKS CO., m Elm Street, Dallas, Texas. P. AUSTIN- AUSTIN -DEALERS IN Diamonds, Watts, Clocks, Oun Motto:" Dost irooda and IoworI prices at all timos." Watches and ewolry repaired and warranted. CH. .MAIM 8TKEET. H. B. HILLYBR & SON, PHOTOGRAPHERS! AUSTIN, BELTON. T Tiwl n mirl urn. 701 Kim Street. Diillnn. Texan. totoT Year's Experience In the Art; Twenty Uiroe Silver Cups, Three Silver Medals, and a crtis at an Anna. Inntantanooiix lnl I Mot u ! and IK. SHIELD S, G'3'3 Elm Street, Ia just in receipt of the latest and most artistic styles of WALL :-: Aud wo are Headquarters for PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC. ere mane witn Wfin ouuoro acting nu mains' Knee reM. "vtum. iabUntll and handaume. ITaeU In tho beat Bandt nd Oreheatrae. Unco.neled for lane, (nrpM alt oihra In flnlah and appearance. 1' kwiH Mails denier doos nut keep Ibrm, write to at fur Illaetrated Cnutone. 1 MKALY, ChicaaOt Ut - - 7 X Cheaply Transported. TDT V . rotail dealer In All Kinds a SpBCialty. Elm Sts., Dallas. II 722 Mm Street, Dallas, lexa. D. O. AUSTIN. & SON, Siteware, Spectacles, Etc, DALLAS. TKXAS 611 In AuBtin. Texas. Sixteen Diplomas, Diploma at luo N. U. imposition attest nil Famllr Jr.'in " "m-ciI v. PAPER TEXAS LANDS. 8end for maps and particulars or special Bargains In Pine, Agricultural and Grazing Lands, Immediately on tbe lines ol new railroad, where you can " grow up with the country." Bute amount yon can Invest and whether for use or speculation. .S.DAUGHKItTY, Dallas. Texas. DHirf.ya ponj itlou of 10,235. v our i crrcivT' ' i .i : m . aro without pastors.' v Col. Uarr In Midland ciassimnir tno lamw. Tho rc-unlou of'ojr-feoufodoriilcs is being held at Mexico, Wo. Tbo Army of. the' Jeuuesseo will jmeot next timo Sopt. 15, 1888, at Tele- do. i Nolan Lhh accopled SuDivaii's cliul leuge to light tor $3000 a sido at Ches ter Park. Ex-Senator Fair has been electod presideut of tho Nevada Bank, San Francisco. John Sheani, a promlueut liousto niau, died suddenly itv Now York yesterday. :,. 1 Mr. Balfour is iu Dublin and the Irish troubles are growing more seri ous every day. Tho Jos. Peters Furnituro Company lost $100,000 by llro iu St. Louis ; Said to havo been fi lly insured. l'errin & Zclgler were! burned out at Shrovcport, and adjoining houses wore more or less damaged. Tho Contennial Celebration of American Liberty is being celebrated in Philadelphia. Tho President ar rived in Philadelphia lastjnight. It is reported that M. Ivraboloft' has flod from Sofia and that tiio Bulgarian govcrnmeut U about to) restore the pro8 consorship. i Jim Bradford was fearifilly 'lujurcd while coupling cars at Fort Worth The lloshy jiart of his 'b'j being hor ribly lacerated aud bruisdU. Walter Acker, Lalnpasii, W. E. Col lard, ltoVbrtsou and lUc'ard Wiltby ol'Uifiison count)fcAyljwn appoint ed boinmisRlouers of appeal. A New York house nttached It, Gil iiiuu for $2000 at Paris. Gilmon bought tho stock of Munzcsheimer & Klolu, at Tcxarkana, and the creditor claims that tho salo was fraudulent. Tho county commissioners and city council at Sau Aul6nio met aud agreed to build a court house aud city hall all to jot her at a cost of $300,000, It will bo built or. one of tho plszas' ,Tho Chinese robbery cases were compromised at Midland. L. Gould was releasod and Tom Pico and B. F. Spears were sont up. They were glv. en five years each lor robbery and two years for horscthoft. Judgo W. K Collard has boeu ap poiutod commissioner of appeals and lion. John N. Henderson appointed district Judge iu his stca.l. Tho Bry an bar mot yesterday 'and oudorsed the Governor's appointment. Lawyer Henry Field aud Policeman Bushing had it in tho recorder's court at Fort AVorth. Hushing drew a law book, Field an Inkstand, and Hushing then went him one better and hauled aut a pistol. They were held. Udo Rhodlus wont to the Odd Fel lows' Hall in San Antonio to regulate tho organ. A friend, who wanted (o see him on business, ran up tho slairs aud found Mr. Bhodius sitting at the organ with ono hand on tho keys and tho other hauging by Ms side, cold in doath. While returning from a funeral at Mltcholltown, Ireland, a mob ot 300 completely wrecked the homes ot sev eral obnoxious tenauts in Galbally, who were compelled to flco for tholr lives. Tho police escort was stoned by tho mob and compelled to take refuge in tho barracks. At San Antonio the Mexican aud Italian societies joined in opening the three days' celebration of Mexican In dopendeuce from Spain. A torchlight procession, with rockets, calcium and Romau candles, took them to the springs, where the celebration was formally opened. Col. "Rip" Ford delivered the addres. baullea aro Arretted While rjatatni- Frees k Son's ware-rooms by their inviting display of elegant Hards man pianoa now on exhibition. Slirnnni EXCURSION RATES Have Been Obtained To Tho Great Fair. Major Thompkius, vlco president of tho Toras State Fair aud Dallas Ex position,' has rccolved a letter from Mr. J.; Waldo, pool commissioner, which reads : " I tako pleasuro in ad vising you that round-trip tickets will bo sold from Kansas City, St, Louts, Cairo, Memphis aud prominent inter mediate points to tho State Fair aud Exposition at one limited faro for tho round trip. Tickets will bo on salo Oct. Ifi to Nov. 2, both inclusive aud good to return until tho 8th of November. From Kansas City tickets will be sold by the Missouri Pacillo Railway ; Irom St. Louis by tho Missouri Pacific, St.Loule, and San Francisco aud St. Louis, Ark an sas and Texas railways, aud from Memphis by the Memphis uud Llttlo Rock aud Missouri Pacillc railways, Soorc'.iiry Sidney Smith has succeed" cd In having $100 set apart to cuablo tho state cadets at the Bryan collcgo to visit I ho fair at Dallas. Tho cadets will also rcccivo free passes to tho fair. Get your clothes at tho auction sale this cvenini; at 71G r.lm street. Don't say thai Ihoro arc uo cheap lots lell in Dallas: but call around and lei Bicharbson & Miller, show you thoso elegant rosidenco lots in tiio cholcost neighborhood in the city, only ono block from streetcars. Now mark tho price. Only $600 per lot. Ouo-half cash, balauce ou long timo. Kischard- sou A Miller, Real Estate Brnkors, 109 bycamoro slrcct, Dallas, lexas. Born to Mr. oud Mrs. John Swcn- son, a girl. Mayor Crutcher says tho " auuoxa tiou committee" that mot with tbe Dallas city council the other evening was not appolutodby the East Dallas council as stated by someof tho Dallas papers, lie says tno iast uauas coun cil is not likoly to appoint any such committee for tho reason that thcro is ouly ouo member of that body that favors annexation ; namely tho "Noble Teuton" from the first ward. Dallas gains on an averago two doctors aud threo lawyers each day All other classes are coming iu iu pro portion. Gents clothing and furnishing goods at auction every day at Miller Bro's 716 Elm Strcot. General lioulauger U Hero in march sheet music lorui at sales rooms of Frees & Son's. Licensed to Marry. Geo. W. Beaver to Mary Walton. Miller Bro's. fresh stock is now bclug sold at auction at 710 Kim strict. Hen Ilrook Robbery. The Hughes brothers were placed under $2500 bonds to appear aud an swer for the train Robbery at' Ben Brook. Their bonds wcro tho same In tho Gordon robbery cases, aud they havo not yet succeeded in making them; Tho mall agcut Idcntiilod ouo of the defendants 41 to tho best of his knowl edge audboliot" as tho mau who told 111 in to throw up his bauds, Douglas Bros., the Morchaut Tail ors, 703 Main street, havo received their fall and wiuter stock of the most fashlonablo suitings. They solicit the orders of those desiring perfect tilting garments aud made in the most artis tic manner. Dallas Academy. Ninth year opens Sept. Mh. fcrsonal at tention given to pupils. Send lor catalogue Address Mrs. C. T. Dickinson, principrl. No Are or water damaged slock of clothing or gcuts' furuishings but clean, new coods are sold at auction every day at 716 Elm street. Should lie Macadamized. Now is the accepted timo to mond that little gap in the Lancaster pike. It la about 200 yards long and begins where tbe Lancaster road branches off from the pike to Flaudcr't Heights. It Is ao tough In wet weather that wag ons find it Impossible to pull through it Even In dry seasons the bumps are enormous. Tbree wagons were broken there lost week. A JUG BUSINESS Is What tho Alliance Exchange Is Uointr to Do. Somo readers seem to bo under tho improHsloii that the Allianco Ex change is hero solely for tho purpose of buildlug a factory aud that the work of tho organization will not fairly begin until the spindles coin mouce to hum. Whilo the factory is an important feat tiro of tho order aud its benefits cau hardly bo overestimat ed, still it is not tbo most important by any means. Ncithor will wo bavo to wait until it begins to wit ness tho power for good to bo found iu tho Alliaucc. The Exchango has been established hero and is now doing an oxtensivo business. This is State headquarters ot tho organization and tho cottou from all portions ot Texas will coma hero to bo disposed of to tho best advautago by tho committee. Fivo hundred samples came in from ono county yesterday, aud threo thou eaud bales aro awaiting tho attention of tho gentlemen who havo churgo of this branch of tho work. It is be lievod that tho work of tho commit too will bo twico that expected when their olllcca wore opened a low days ago. Of course grain and other products will bo handled just as tho cotton crop. The Alliance Exchange is to bo tho hugost thing in this State. Thoro is uo doubt about that. Tho commlttco met to decide upon a location of tho factory, but tho Hkkald man could not wait for their decision and get to press ou timo. Will DeoldoTc-Day. Tho factory sito of the Allianco will bo chosen to-day, aud work will soon begin ou the building. Somo health ful, ploasaut placo, with plenty of room aud good water, will bo chosen by the committee. All theso condi tions boing equal, of courso tho bonus oifurod will become an important mat ter. It is to be in Dallas, aud this cer tainty lias quieted tho pulso of tbo general public. But tho gentlemen who prefer to have tho institution lo cated upon thoir property will not bo fully satisfied until tho sito is selected. Some of them havo in ado liberal of fers. Law Suits. D. M. Osborno & Co. sue C. T. and M. L. Somers for debt of $700. City National Bank sue Henry Stichlcr ct nl for $2000 duo by note. James Thompson sues Mat Bass for portion of wheat, oat and corn crop growu this year ou farm ia Dallas couuty A. II. Belo & Co. suo Jolm A. Har rington for $5C0.5.j lor advertising douo in Galveston aud from March 6 to May 29. This Is tho Confederate Homo advertislug. Tho News bus sued Judge Harring ton for an advertising account for uearly $600. Ileinoval Notice. The Texas Installment Co. hnve moved to M Kim street to larccr miiirtcra where thev are now prepared to furnish a houso complete almost from ccllcr to garrett, on Time payment, r.t rry inniuy is now auie to purchase such as Furniture, Stoves, Car pets, etc., on Hinall weekly or monthly pay ments. Hemcmlicr their now store, TM Klin street. I'leaao Ilemeinbcr. It is Jones who conccdun Superiority to no man in 'lie State in tilling teeth. Thoso artistic and beautilul gold il'liuir in teeth of his patients attest bis skill. Feel suffi cient to lustily that extreme painstaking and skill requisite to tho best results. Childress llulldin Vli Elm street. Seo au. Toilet Soaps, Sponccs, Texas Tolu Chew ing Uuin at J. L. Williams' drug store, IkV Main atreet. For good violins, guitars, banjos, accord- eons, strings, etc., vinit Frees & Son's ware- CoL W. W. Hayward, formerly with the Hebald, Is engineering tho Fair Journal and is succeeding uiccly with his papor which Is to appear dur ing the Fair. The True Blue bad au excellent number last timo; but from what wo hear outside the next issue will eclipse any of its predecessors.