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The Cherokee Nut Ion Kxcltod.
Tai.kquaii, I. T.,Nov. 1. (J rent iiu- easlness l fnlt by the poopla hero ou account of tlio assembling of 1 lie National Council noxt Monday. Tlio (icfettto l parly, It is said, Intend to retulu tlio icitis of ofllcoul all liu.ards. Though it is said that Bunch, tlio do foulod rnudldate lor thlof ai tlio late election, is not in favor of ruvoliillou ary proceedings to rotuiu control, ninuy of Ins political friends uro urg ing him to contend fur the chieftaincy. The Dowuiug party, vvho elected May en, are doiurminod to neat hiir. Itotituy is a pnssiou with the lair o v nt iimv Mr.iiwim .lrnnm mm nn ... ii i 1 1. .......i.i.. diiuta contain roilalu rlllelour. pre Vlll'tu I .1. auniin priu iuu uuiiil n in - ventive i for headache, sleeplessness, nervousness, eld teet and swollen ankles. MorriH' Cuscarinu contains the remedy for all null colniuts. All OKI I'liino. Mrs. Kdith Fletcher, living at Lc.no Oak, Ark., has a K'scher piano that lias been in use for 27 years, and it to-day si ill possesses that same beau tiful touch and lone which character izes the famous Fischer piano, liny one Iron i Will A. alkiu & Co , sole agents, Dallas. Fresh butter on ice, cheese, hams, fruits, etc. A good assortment oi groceries always on baud at 'I'. II. Craddcck's, 803 Krvay street. For fair dealing and low prices refer to those who nave traded with him lor four yenrs. Geo. Kills & Co., Ileal Kniuio and Collecting Agents, have returned to their old at and, U07 Main street. For bargains in real properly call on 118. (i ko. Krxis &, Co., 607 Maiu street. Uorder llandits Repeat 'I heir OutinircH. )Hhownsvii.lk, Nov. 1. Mexican bandits entered ihesloieot Madeline Flores at Harauo's ranch, in Hidalgo county, on the night of October 81, and gulled it, taking every dollar's worth of merchandise, and before leaving unhinged tlio doors smasho'l the windows and defaced I ho honr generally. Thebiiidits acted boldlv und asserted that they would clean out the eutire commit it y before many days bouce. Turf iroods of all des'T.ptions, such as saddles, bridles, harness, bits, halt ers, boots, kuno caps, etc, in the larg est assort ment, at the turfmnu's head quarters, l'adgitt Bros. Whips and lap robes, a splendid line for pleasure vehicles and headquarters for those wanting leather of all kinds, shoo findings and lurnishiugs at l'adgctt Bros., wholesale and retail sadlers Alcolt & Mayuor make one of the neatest ami prettiest musical Instru ment dls ilays in the Exposition Mall They boH yesterday twu very lino in strumentsone to Judge Sherrill, of reenville, hikI one to Mr. J. I'. Cock, of Fort Worth. At all llourai. Meals in excellent style at the Li brary ou Maiu street. Good cooks ana ladies of the Woman's Home in charge. Waller Is Here. Mr. C. V. Walter, tho Elm street druggist, just wants you to try one of his lino cigars, and it you waut a toilet article or any prescription com pounded his experienced clerks will prepare them lor you in short notice and in the most Ekl'llul manner. Cull ou hi ii lor Drugs, Fancy Articlos and Cigars. CONDEMNED ANAKC1IISTS. Mm. Schnaubelt Urines A III davlts from Her Son. Chicago, Oct. 81. A rumor was current this evening that Rudolph Schnaubelt, Jlaymnrkot bomb throw er, had scut bis mother from Germany to Chicago to reveal the entire bomb throwing conspiracy with a view to tliA rnlauiia t I' at 1..Maf. fillip .if tl.n .itn deinned anarchists. Mrs. iSchuaubolt reached Chicago to day and was ad mitted to the jail to see her son-in-law, Michael Schwab, with tvhomsbohada conference ol an hour, alter which she returned to the borne ot her daughter, Mrs. Schwab, who later, it. reply to an inquiry, staled that her mother had brought something of ln portauce to Schwab, but wlmt it was she would not state. Humor is that Mrs. Scluiaubclt has Vtlavits from Rudolph Schuaubt which v ill how that Schwab, T.ielden, Parsons and Eisner kuew noti'ing of the plot to throw bombs, aud fjiat but five men in Chicago kve ot itiaud these were Spies, Eagle, Lingfc, Tegler and Schnaubelt. It ii seated it n Mrs. Schnaubell's intention to present ber ion's affidavits to (.pv. Oglesby early in the coming week. Tlio Dead Train Itohbcr. Ei.I'aho, Nov. 1. Win. Maier, of Monllcollo I I., arrived here this evon lug to seo If In could identify the would-be I ruin robber, John Malon wl o was killed by Messenger Smith October It. William was shown a photograph of tlio dead man and the watch and clothing which had be longed to him. "Yes. lie was my brother," said William, with a trem bling voice; " 1 tecognin him by the photograph ami I know the watch and the dollies. 1 am 2H years old and Johnny was twojeii's younger. Ho loll home six yours ago and lias been back three limes since, lie cau.c homo thteo yei.18 ago. and wo did not see him iigsiu till last I inn, lie was home iu Mouticello ueany all ot the month of Juno. II') had this lino gold watch then aud about 401) in money. He sold hu was living iu El Paso and working ai brick moulding. He left Monliccllo about. July 1. Ho came back there again about October 1 and stayed two days, lie ili.. not let us sue how much money he had on this lni tsit, but one of the boys with whom Johnny essoiiated iu Monti cello told mo ho saw Johnny with lour or tive 100 bills. He cariiod all his uioiicy away with him. Wo did not see or hear anything mere oi him lid the news ihai lie was killed. 1 did not at i' st recognize this photograph of him, taken after his death. Tho hair I- loo dark, but llie undertaker tells mo his hair was dyed mid that a bot tle ol dye was ioiind in his trunk. 1 shall not take his todv bncl. with me. " The fact that John Maier' had several bundled oollats villi bin. on eieh of his lucent visits home, aid that, he could uU'wrtl to gu dm sulIi long and costly journeys so frequent ly when ho claimed to be working at biick moiildiug, is regarded as un im pel taut addition to tho evidence that he was engaged in "the Arizona train robberies last spring. A. K. lioucho, the Main street grocer, litis just added a splendid refrigerator, Iu whirl lie lius always the Ircshest country butter, eggs und Irosh Flclsehman's yeast, which is kept its cold (is can be. Every visitor lo Dallas should lake homo a black and red ,,uzzle they are given free to every customer at the Arciido store, 8;lH aud 810 Elm street. Ladies tec M is. Gardner's advortis incut. Three-quarters of all the machines sold throughout the world annually are Singers. Why? Because it is tho best. Oriental Gallery. A now photograph gallery will be opened at 803 Main street within I he next 20 days ,w hero the best cabinet photos can be bad at three dollars per dozen, all other sizes iu proportion. Hold your orders till tho grand open ing of the Oriental. Oct. 12, 1887 For Knit (Jlieap, A tine room with power if desired adjoining JIkkald press room, 60(J and &08 Main street, up stairs. Apply to Hkkald Hope is' the anchor of lito. Those who are afflicted with constipation are tho victims of despondency. Mor ris' Cascariuo is a positive euro to this disorder. Tho tones of tho Everett piano at the Exposition iu Alcott & Mayuor's exhibition attract the attention ot those who love sweet music. The Fischer Piano. The oldest piano on the Aniericau continent, Havo proved their merits iu durability, touch, tone aud finish tor a half century. They use nothing but the very liuest maiabie iron iii their bed plates, the finest obtainable material in all of their actions and iu tact spare no time or money iu making their pianos rank with tiik hkst. Buy one on the installment plan from Will A. Watkiu & Co., sole agents, Dallas. , Fifty thousand pounds stciliug Kood English money) would not give tho pleasure to any family that oue of those " Sterling pianos" in Alcott & Mayncr's exhibit in Exposition Hall dock Don't tail to visit their space and have the manager play for you, or you ran try them yourself. Won!) Knowing. Mr. W. H.Morgan, merchant, Lako City, Fla., was taken with a severe cold, Attended with a distressing cough ami running into consumption in in first stages, lie tried ninuy so called popular cough remedies aud steadily grew wotse. Wa reduced iu flesh, had dilliculty iu breathing and ua uuablo to sleep. Finally tried Dr King' New Discovery tor Con sult ption aud found immediate redef, and alter using about a half dozen bottles found himself well and lias had no return of the disease. No other remedy can show so grrnd a record of cures ax Dr. Kind's New Discovery tor Consumption, (iuarm teeil to do just what is claimed for it. Trial bottle free at W. 11. Howell & Bro'. drugstore. OFFICIAL PROGRAM. Fifteenth dnv Omnd concerts In .MiihIu Hull by the cclehratod National UuiiU ol' t he Huiiihllc ol Mexico uhanot rin es. Kly liitf trapeze Military drills. Itaers ou truck at 'J . iu. t'llin.t l A'OI'K-IHKU 4. Sixteenth dnv Grand rmicnrts in .MiihIo, Hull hy the culebrutud Nullonnl Bund of tho Itepulille of Mexico, llulloon aseenslon. ('harlot races. Flying trapeze, ( attlo roil ing. .Military drills. Kuecs on track at 2 p. in. H.ITI Hll.il .V f K.nilKH 5. Hevmiteentli day. Orund coreiiiH in Music Hall liy the cch'l, rated National lliind of the Kcpuhlic of Mexico, llulloon ascen sion. Chariot mens. KlyliiK trapeze. Ml'ltury di ll's. Itaees on track at 2 p. in Kljtlit p. in. Orund display of lire-works iiiiioni; which will be Klve a representa tion of tlio '-Mysterious 8uuke llance," 'The JiiKKlcr," u'ud niiiDy otlmr Httrnctlve pieces In varleguted colors of lire. Telephone Connection Willi I ho Fair Grounds. Tho Erie Telephone Company havo opened an office at tho Fair Grounds, whore any oue cau get connection with the city for 10 edits for a con versation ot live minutes. Suhscrib ors in tho city au secure connection with parlies at l ho Fair Grounds y paying 10 cents messenger tee. C. A. Head, Manager. Diamond nnd Jewelry. Among the successful exhibitors of tho Exposition is tho Field Manufac turing Company, who are doing a lartro business in the sale of the Le Forro diamond, a stone of special beauty that they are introducing in tho southwest. They are making a specialty of this stone, which has the brllliaucv of a diamond without tho aid of any artificial lustre They aro iutro'lucing tho goods and selling them at wholesale prices thereby making every purchaser an advertis ing medium. Tho company is an old established one of Louisville, Ky.. aud any representation made by them selves or attendant can be reliodtipou, as the goods aro sold for exactly what they are. Thev have iu stock at their exhibit near the ccutcr of the Hall a lull line of jewelry ol all kiuds, nnd any purchaser who may buy of them can rest assured that ho is getting ex actly what lie pays for at wholcsalo prices. vwc0'9.n.,Jitin,i o a s avit 1 ,'rr- evoXs PILLS. It EWAIIE Of IMITATIONS. ALWAYS ASK r(tt VK. VIEKVE'S PEILKTH, OH LITTLE SUOAIl-COATEA PILLS. IleinK entirely vegetable, fhny o eruui with out distiirlmnco to "'io systi'in. 'II' or occupation. Put up in kIiu "S hermeti cally geali-d. Alwuys fn sli un. V -le. 8 n iHzatlvc. alterative, or k lrutive, these littlo l'ellots tfho the li.ost peilect satisraction. S!i HEiii. Illlloiin Ilenilnc'iK, Itl7.11CR, llsllU- tiun, I nd I (tent ion, Illllona Auucks.aiKliill deranneinents of tho stom ach and howels, are prompt ly relieved nnd H'rmanently nliniH hV tlm IIHA (if Dr. IMerrea I'lonaaiil lMirantlve Pellets. In explanation of the remedial power of these Pellets over so (Trent a variety of diseases, it may truthfully be said thnt their action upon tho system is uiiivtrsal. not a gland or tissue CHcaplnir their sanative inttiienee. Hold liy druKKl!.bocnt8a vial. Manufactured Ht tlm t'lu'iuical Lnlsirntoryof Woki.O'S Uiset.-.SAIiv MtuitAi, Association, lluOalo, N. Y. to offered by the ninnufaetur ersof lr. Saac'K Catarrh Itemedr, for a enso ' Chronic Nasal Catarrh which they canuut euro. SYlflPTOmS OF CATAimil.-Puli heavy h'.-adaehe, obstruction of the nasal passaircs, riiscburiro lallinn fnm tho heai 1IIUJ IOU tlMOIlL, Wlllli IMIUS plolllM.-, 111. Ill) and acrid, at others, thick, tenacious, mucotM purulent, bloody and putrid; tho eyes a. weak, watery, nnd intlnmed; them Is l inulo; In tho ears, deafness, luicklnir or couuoiiiK t olenr the throat, rxnectorutlon of otl- nsh matter, toR-ether with si-al fnun ulcers; tie voieo ii clmtiK-i'd and has a n:iml twiuiif ; tli. biinth to otTenslve; smell ami t'isto are im paired; there is sensation ot dizziness, wlih mental depression, a Imi kinif roiiRli and fren. rral deliUlty. tlnly a few of tho uIkivc-iiiiuk il syinitoms are llkelv to lie present hi uny inn i-nse. Thousands of enses iiuniially, vi'ln-u nmnifc'Stiiiir half of tho nhovo symptoms, re suit in consumption, nnd end in the irnive. No disease is so eoinrnoil. more deceptive Hliu dnmrcrous, or lees understood hy pli.vsieians. Ily its mild, smithinir. and henlinir proiei'iM, llr Hairo'a Cnliiprh Kellieilv COP'S the Woiki niwuof Catarrh, "cold In tho lieiid," Loryca, ana imirnini iiruuirnn bold by di uKKims evci j whciv; in) cvuia. Ml'utold Agony from Catarrh." 1'rof. W. IIacsnkii. tho faiiinos niesinerlst of lthneo.X. 1".. writes: "Some ten yeursuiro 1 suffered untold Htfony fi-om ehmniu nasal catarrh. My family phsiciau uve me up as Incurable, nnd said I must die. My case whs such a bad one, that I'very day, towards sun set, my voice would treeoinc no hoarse I could barely spi-uK sisivea wmstcr. in ineinnrninir iTiv ciiuirlilua and cleaniiK of my thnuit would a I moot stmnirle me. Hy the u"of llr. fap-e's taurrh Kemedy, iu thn-e niontlis. I was a well man, and tho core ha bc.'O peruiaueuu Constantly Ilawkliif and Splltlna." Thomas J. ItcsniNO, Esq., t0) fine Strett, St. IrfiMln. Slit., wrllm: I wus a irrent sufferer from catarrh for three years. At times I could hitrdlv hmitlio, ami was constantly bawklnir and s'plttinir, and for the lust eiK'it monthi niiild not breathe throuirh the nostrils. I tiiouiiht nothing uld be done forme. I.ueV II v, I was advised to try Ir. Khfc's rntrrh Kemedy, and I am now a woil man. I believe it tn be tlie only sure remedy for catarrh now manufactured, and one has only to aire it a fnir trial to experience astoundmg results and a permanent cure." Three Bottles Car Catarrh. Pt.t Itoiimva. Thftiiwm P. Columbia ft). 'Im M&a. " II rt ...... i .. k.fl na lurrh vKr.n slie was Ave years ohl, very Isnlly. 1 saw I)r. fae's Catarrh Kemedy advertwod, and pro cured a botUe for her, and soon saw that It I i I , . A ihlHl ,U , L. aflo4nl m rurm k nenl cure. Bb Is now f-ifbteeo years old and $500 mhn man hwiv. ONE L1TED, THE OTHER DIED A woman formerly our slave Is now our cook. About elgliteon months bro ilio ho eamo sickly and had a couidi and was eon fined to bod, aud it was tlioiiKht Unit ln had consumption. The treatment liy phyid elans lulled to give relief. In Deeeinlicr, a node or knot the sie of a goose eK formed lust shove the pit of I ho stouncli which when lanced discharged matter for H or I) months. One or thesn also lurmed under her arm and three, on her hack, which uiachnrftcu matter lor a considerable, time For six months ol tins timo she was con lined to tlm house aud most of the lime iu bud. Tho stomach often refused food, hy rejecting whit she had eaten. She used a great deal of medicine, hut lulled to lie cp ' ed. I boiiulit one bottle ot your II. II. 11. (made at Atlanta Ua) and gave it to her, and alio commenced to improve. 1 then bought and kvo her three bottiea more and she continued to Improve, and in two mouths time her cough hud ceased, ho' constitution strengthened, appetite nnu digestion good, all discharges ceased, nodes or knots disappeared aud she went to work apparently healthy and rattened up ave'itly. Tills wamiin had a man led sister of near same age who was a licet od iu precisely the same wuy and about tho same time. She had node or knot on pit of stomach, etc. Mio old not take auy it. n. is. and the noiiu on her stomach ate through to the cavilv. She continued ou the duclino and wasted awav aud dually died. These were two terrible cases of blood poison one used II. Ii. II. and was speed ilv cuiecl the other did not use it and died It is most assuredly a most wonderful blond purilier. 1 reter to merchants ol this town. Yours truly. W. T. KOIUNSOV. Tlshaheo, Ala., May 1, lJd. A SHERIFF RELEASED. Kor a period of sixteen years 1 have lioen allllcted wltb catarrh of tho the head which halllled tho use of all medicines used. See ing the advertisement of H. U. II., 1 pur chased and used six or seven bottles, and although used Irregularly have received great relief, and recommend it as a good blood purilier. Signed .1. K. IIOU O.M UK, J Ii., Mieritt'of Haralson county, tin. All who desire full Information about the cause and cure of Blood Poisons, Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings, L'leers, Sores Rheumatism, Kidney Complaints, Catarrh etc., can secure hy mail, free, a cony of our VI pago lllin-lrateU IlooK ol W onucrs, nileu with the most wonderlul and startling prool ever oeloro Known. Address, Hi.OOD HALM CO.. Atlanta, (ia 1 OPENING French Patern Hats AND BONNETS, AND MILLINERY NOVELTIES IOC OI3EII 1ST. MRS. F.GARDNER, 645 ELM STREET. French Millinery, Fancy Goofls AND NOTION, Ostrich Feathers Clenned, Curled and Dyed. Crepes Renovated. HODGE &II0YA, Real Estate Dealers, 109 Poydras St. A large list of City and Country Property for sale for Homes awl In vestment. Don't buy until you see our list. Santa Fe Ronte. Gif.Co orado and Santa Fe R'y-. ruiTl) riDQ AV AIT. Til HOTTf: II TRAINS FKEK to holders of tirsl-clasi tickets between Dallas, Houston and Ual veston. Direct connection for Austin, Gatesvlllo. Waco, San Antonio, Memphis, 8t. Louis, Kansas City and all points North, East and West. Through5 Sleeping Can fur Galves ton, St. Louis, Memphis and Kansas City. TRAINS AKRIVC AT DALLAS From St. Louis 3:00 pm From Memphis and Tarts llioUpm From Galveston llisi a m From Clehurne and Kansas City &Xi p m TRAINS DEPART FROM DALLAS For 8t. Louis (through sleeper) . . a m For Men phls and Texarkana (through tleeper) 70 m For Galveston and Kansas City (through sleeper) 350 p ni For Galveston t:10 a ni W. 3 STOKMS, Ticket Aent, Dallas. JAMEa H. CAKK, General 1'assenger Arent, Galveston. CITY LAWS AND tl OK Til?: City if MWa, Teias. Notice to Tax-I'nycrH of Jiast DltllllN. I'lio attention of taxpayers Is called io the extension ol time until Nov. lsi, lm", lor the payment of taxes. On and alte" that (late the tHXes will liecoiiin deliiKiueut and I would urco the prompt paynieui lo avoid the rush and snve the extra costs. L. I'. iMoNTUOMKHY, Assessor and t'olloctur. Kasl Dallas. THE Movers Donlile Acting Fore PUMPS WITH Glu8H Valve Seat. Tho only Pump made having this Improvement. Call and See It. Hose and Hose Reels Law Mowers Bncllioarils Buggies & Carts WIND MILLS, ETC., ETC. Bartram, Robinson & Co., 20!) Main Htkx.kt. Opposite Court House A f V Klm'lrln IUllHiiml Sny- peusory cure nervous dchildy,. loss ol' manhood, weakness ot hody and mind, youlhlul errors. Weak hack. Write for hook on Manly Vljfor, iree. I)K. I). Young, 2tm Hudson m. N. Y , Cilv. WANT COLUMN. ADVKItTISKMKNTS under the liead ol To Kent Uooiiib Wnnieil ; Uooms. To ltent Uiisinea Places. To Kent Houses; Houses Wauled. Wanted Aleuts; Per sotial ; Lost and Found Positions Wunt ed Help Wanted. anted llusiness Chances; Miscellaneous. All properly chinsilied at the very low special cash rate helow: C .H ,H ,n Offlcia Publications it n w ! 'J r 30e .'tfc 'c Ifie Me One 6Ue 70c Diic Two lines. .. Three lines. Four Hues. tile1 Stic' Ufic If1 IC K' Jc, IOC &.C 500 7fsj SI. ALWAYS ( ASH is Advanck as lliesuuis are too suiall to take up the time of hook keeper and collector. Kor 8 ile. Notices and Uuslncss Cards, TiO per cent audiiiosal. For tho convenience of adveitisers, let ters may he addressed care of the Dallas Daily Hkhai.ii. Checks will he piven entitling the holder to any replies received. MKDICWIi. DALLAS DKNTALPAULOK9 P. CUKANKY, I). D. S., Prol't. Tim Kim Street. Dallas. Tex:i. Krio Telephone. WU. JUNKS, DKNTIST, OFFICIO. 1112 KLM ST It RET. The llnest trades of Dental work. $IO,iH) lfii'iranteed to each pallcnt. for every Uold Filling tlntl comes out. wTaldhicii, TKKATS DISKASKSOF ..,,.1 ..l.ll.lr..., nil nLrnnl.. if II IIIIIVU HIIU VIIIIUII 1(( HIOU III! llUIIUIIU ctjmi'l.unlH, Iihh bud upWHi'ilp of twciiiy VI '111 ft rAj'CI IIT1H.C. WNILC 1 s-.iiji nfca, I'IIIIUDi DDL Pit K, M. D. (lteceully ol Austin.) . Physician and Surgeon. At ollice, li.'sj Kim street. Irom tl to 11 .'. m., 'i to 4 p. in.. and at residence, l.'lo.'l Commerce street, tl p. in. to s a. in. WAMKI), A NT K D AUK X T I'O KKPItKSENT the " Naliou.l Lihrary Association ;" expel lenccd hook agents, teachers and school Hiiperlnteiits prelerred. '1 he work is in lieu pleasanlcr than canvassing for hooks, and I nergetie workers are making Irwin if lb to f S i per. Address with references, NATIONAL T.IHIMItY A0( '! MMMN, KM Slate Street, Chictu'O, III. WANTED A lew llrst-class canvassinur agunis lor this and adjoluing cilles; Hrs.-clasK onnortunlty. Anply at 120 North lUrwood street, or at exhibit In Power Jla". WANTKI) immediately Ten lady oper ators on machines aud thiee sttadv hoys, at the Dallas KtiilUng company, Ititt Alain sireet, up stairs. w ASTKD A white girl to eook in small family. Applv at Herald olllce. OK ItKNT CHEAP To a small family, two rooms with a good kitchen. Terms reasonable. 7 I." South llarwood, comer Marilla. HOCSH MOVING. Houses moved on short notice and work guaranteed; bond given if required; leave orders at Cooper .V Kohertsou, real estate agents, 702 Main street. J 11 Saint A Co. HOOTS AND SHOKh. Wbv don't you have your hoots and slioes made to order, when they don't cost any more than stock work, at A. lllust't, t14 Kim street. HOI'SB PA IN I INK. HOUSE PAINT1NW O. W. MKltltY House and Sign Paluter, Kalsominiug, Pnner HaiiKing, Orainiui. and (ilazinir. Portland and Cadiz streets. MISCFI.K.MH . MAXIIFACTUKIXO. We now have enr foundiT in operation, and prepared to contract for the manufacture of anything that can be made ot wood and iron. Also general repairing in Iron and wood. Mon gers Improved Cotton Machine Manufac turing Company, Dallas, Texas. WW. WF.STON, Ml Kim street, cor- ner Austin, select stock hardwear and cutlery. Genuine (Hidden wire, stee! nails, Ac.