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Married.
RiiMlCfl. Vm.. Hud Mint Stcolti
. a II .. .1 ..
IV HUP. UHllltlllCI "
Willi o, wuro uiilioil In inurriiigo nt tlm
First rrosbyterlati Cliureli lat oven
lug, 15ov. A .ILSiwUh, 1. I)., olllclalliii!
Mr. Spmico U ono of our prmnluoiit
yoimj? attorneys, a ineiiibor of llio
linn of McCormkk & Smith, while
tlio young bride Ih lavishly cnuowuil
with all that kooh ,0 adorn young
womanhood. Tho happy couplo loft
for (Jalveslon anil other dtieR for h
brief tour.
Many l'oolo iiho to Toko Cod Liver
... . 4 I. 1 . , .... I J.
i.iu .i tii. ii ii i. iii iii. mi overrun in in
r., iriiuiilwin nt' i 'ml liivur Oil
palatable as milk, uml the moat valu
able remedy known for tho treat input
of Consumption. Scrofula and Uron
chilis, General Debility. Watting Dis
eases of Children, Clirouic Coughs
and Colds. Ia uauncd pliyB.ciuus iu
all pans of tho world to use it. I'hysi
ciuns report our littlo patients tako it
with, pleasure. Try Scott's KmiilHioii
and bo convinced.
A Kohl Hunt
1 Ian been made on John S. Witwer's
fair slock within the last few days, ho
having Bold lour spocial jobs which
ho wished to exhibit. A line earriajfo
to Thoo. Jwnslmiimer, an Knjrlifch sur-
.i ..I..
I) 111! J v. " - - .
icy to till V Mimpior, a "I11"
r..ad buggy to Chat-lea V. liolan., and
a iglit lop i lly buck board lo T. L.
iMaroaliB.. These are elegant vehicie.
but Mr. N'itwer will put in some oilu i
nice lobs iu jilaco of Miosis sold. His
exhibit at tliQ fair will embrace a nice
assortment ot wagons, carriages bug
gies, etc. '
Klllt) li.
.Mr. .1. V. Meley has entered . his
kennel of dog-, ten in uuuiber, at tin;
Tail-, and claims they Hre the tinest lot
In Ihu Southwest He is in hopes
some ono will euter the lists against
im in competition. 1 ho well-known
Carlo" heads tho list, lie liuu h8
i ...... iii.. I u-ili tlm inttci iiitiou.
IJUlllllllua nieum .w - -r r
"Carlo, the Itoscuer. " He also says
this dog lo the champion thief of Dal
las, "i-auuio" and ' Jumbo" are
beauties. Tho latter is a little over
mouths old and weighs eighteen
pounds. "Lena'," a lino gray-hound,
is 7 mouths old and is 2 foot, 6 iuches
high. "It. E. Leo, a" liver-colored
po'inter, is valued at $1600. "P.ill"
and " Dora," coach dogs, aro held at
$100 each. A pair of $'-'00 Mexican
dogs complete the list. Mr. Me ley' has
a lot of line pupS for sale.
Wood and Iron MuiiUsIh.
Harry i ros., manufacturers and
dealers in stoves, tiuware, queens
ware, etc.. have added a splendid lino
to their business, which is wood and
iron mantels ot most beautiful de
signs. JIarry Uros. were always noted
lor beliin headquarters for heating
aud cooking stoves, s.'iowiug one of
the handsomest stocks ever exhibited
In flm fsnul h. Their handsome stores,
I liUCIm street aud 628 Pacific avenue,
crowiicu wmi housc iiimiDuiug
s&hhU of every description-
The North Texas National Hunk,
DA I.I. A 8, TEXAS.
Tliis bank will bo open for business
January 3. 1KH8, and it is desired that
tho paid-up capital shall not bo Icbf
ii,.,.i &.MVHMtf SiiliseHntiona to the
capital stock are respectfully solicited,
the opportunity now ueiug ouerou vm
fellow-citizens of Texas to obtain an
investment at par which we confi
dently bellevo will be worm j: per
cent premium within 12 months, be
sides payiug handsome dividends tho
llrst year, auoscnpnou oumim mnj
i,a t. mi liv Riiiiivlnor to anv of the
uudersiguod. Vrery respectfully. 15.
Hlankenhip, J. T. Klliott, (i. II.
iSchcullkopf, Henry r.xan, r. it. jiaiono.
Geo. Kills & Co., Ileal Kmate
Vud Collecting Agents, have returned
In ti.oir nld atnnrf. fi)7 Main street.
For bargaius iu real property call ou
IS, vim' aiiif7 v
607 Main street.
Dlol.
Yesterday evening "at 4 o'clock,
Miarlie Dell, infant sou )f J. B aud
it i A CitlnKiiln The lihieral took
Hjbo at 3 o'clock from tho iimily rtsi-
ence at Oak Lawn
ulrk Traimportadoii To anil Prom
Fair Grounds 1
ia the Texa & Pacific Railway, com-
leucing Oct. 20, contiiMiiug until
ov. 6 inclusive. Train will leave
own-tow u (brick) depot every boor
etween 8 a. m. and 6 n. in Fare 16
Luila fnr rniniil trln. I'liko this lotllo
Ll avoid tho vexatious imiili.nt to
bher iticlhods of transportation.
It. V. Mi CI I.J.OI till,
eneral Pastenger aud Ticket AgnL
Kriimval N.jiU-r.
The Tc iDstallmcnt Co. have nwivrd in
l Kim alien io larirer uuarteW where
f y are now prepared to mrnlih a house
nplete almott from eeller to itaTrett, on
me paynienw. r.rrry iniuuj aun um
tt, etc., on iimall weekly or nioilhly pj
nta. Rememlier their new itoif , 7-l Klin
i-eU
rCoaanxvt LITTLE
'fiVf AtSAwq LIVER
PILLS.
It F.WARE OF INITATIOXH, ALWAYS
ask run int. riKHCK'a puthien, on
1ATTI.R BVOAU-VOATEn PILLS.
-llcl'iiK entirely veprtulilo, tlny o-.
rraui wlilmiit clmiiirlianci) to 'if H.vsti'iu, 'II'
III' OITIipilt lull. I'llt llj 111 Kllll 11TI'MI-
cnlly wali-ii. Alwiivs IithIi iiii i
a lnHllvc, ullcrHtlvc, hi- . irwullvo,
them- lltllii Ti-lluU IM' t'"' ! P'TI'itI
ill Ml net Ion.
SI HEADACHE.
Illlioiia Ileudnclie,
H.r.lnen, 'nll"ii
lloii, liidlctloii.
Hllloua AtluokK.uniliill
(lnnuitri-nii'iitH of tlm stom
ach uml Imiwi'Is. ore proniit
)v ri'lli'ved uml iMTiiniin'iitly
ciirtit ny inn nun hi bt. ,....
Plerce'a Pleannnt I'lirttatlve PelletM.
In explanation of tin; tvmi-illiil power of llii-l'l-lli'ta
over so ureal a vnrirty of iliwiuHn, It
may trtithfully Ix- said that their netlon upon
tho gytiii Is iliilverwil. unt a kIhiuI or tlseiie
PHrniiliifr their siumtive liitlueneu. folil liy
ilruifirlsts. So wts a vial. Miiniiliirtureil nt. tlm
I'iieiiilttt1 IjilioratoryofWimi.il 8 liiHi'E.NSAitv
Mkuicai. Asshoiation, Hnllalo, N. .
is offereil hy tho iiiiiniifiietnr
ersof nr. Naao'H ( uturrlt
v.. iirinmiY. 1 r h i'iimi
Cliniiilo Nuwil I'atiinli whii li
they cuniiiil eilru.
SYMPTOMS OF t!AT41CHII.-T)ii!l,
heavy heiKlaelie, oliKtriiction ot tlio umiih
iMRflucs. (IIhi'Iiiii'k'B falliiiK from tho IicikI
Into tho throat, aomplniies profime, watery,
niul aerlil, at olhetn, thick, teniicioiin, linn mm
purulent, IiIimmIv ami pulriil; the eyes tin
weak, watcrv, and Intlameil; there Ih limrli:'
In the cam, denrnms, hiieklnir or oni'lilnu u
clenr tlie tlinat, cvpectonitioii of nlTeiiKivi
tinitler, toifctlier with will from iilii ti lie
voice Ik chiimred mid Inn. a iiiimiI tani-; tie
lui'ath Ih olfciiHive; Hindi and la'le are tin
paired; them IP A Wliwitioil of thzziiiOR, wit!'
mental deprcssioir, u liaekliiff eouuh and ri n
crnl (lehllliy. (Inly a few ot tho iiljovi -iiiunni
svniptonm are likelv to Ih- prewnt. Iu any on
eii8e. 'I'hoiiminilH of caws iiiimially. villio.i
inanlfcslinif half or tho aliov" syiMptomn, r
inill in conHtiniption, n i ul end In the univc.
No iliBeiiw! iB ho roninioii, inoii- deceptive iinu
diiniri-roiiR. or leas understood hy ph.iKleliiiin.
Ilv ita mild, soothinir, nnd livnlimr pinperiie.
Dr.'Saire'a fatnrrh Hennily euriH the 'ml
enxeHof fntarrb, "colli Iii Ilic linid,
( oryn, ami iiiurrln:! Ileuiliietic.
Mid liy diiiira-iHtu cerj whtTc; iiO ciuis.
'I mold .Rony from Cnlurrh."
Prof. W. HAtHNKii, tho fiimoua mesmerist,
nf Jlfiiu-it, K. 1'., writes: "h-oiiiL- ten years airo
1 suffered untold iiitouy from chronlu uanal
catarrh. My tiiuiily physician gave me up an
incurable, and said I must die. My caw was
Biich u had one, that rvcry day, towards sun
set, ih V voico would liecoiim so hoarse I could
Uurelv'spi'iik ulsiven wlilsjier, Iu the iiiorninir
my ei'itiKliiuif ini'l clcarlnif of my throat would
almost stnuuflo me. Ily tho use of Dr. Snife's
L'auirrh Itemcdy, in three inonlhs, I was a well
man, and the cure has Ix Jii pcruiuucut."
MCoiiNUintly Hawking and Spilling."
Thoma .T. liiTHiiiMl, Ksi.. - ilae S'rcrt.
St. iuis, Jin., wi-lim: "I wusa Krcai mlleivr
from catarrh fortlircc years. At times 1 could
hardly lireiithn. and was constantly hawklnir
anil splttiiur, and for tho lust eiifht nionths
oouiil noi nrcniiie iiiruiiKii uie niwiiim. j
tiiouirht nothing could licdono lor inc. l.ui'k
Ilv, 1 was advised to try Dr. knife's Catarrh
It'emedv, and I urn now a well man. I lielicvo
It to lie tho onlv sure remedy for catarrh now
miiuufactiircd, and one him only to (rive it n
fair trial to expi-rienci; iiatouudinu; results anil
a IH i iimneiit cure."
Threo notllea Cure Catarrh.
Et.t IliiniiiNS, Human P. 0., Cnftinifda Co.,
''., says: "My daughter had caturrh when
she was five years old. very liadly. 1 saw i)r.
Sag-o's Catarrh ltcuicdy advertisod, and i-o-cured
a lailtlii for her, and soon saw that it
hcliicd her j a third laittle effected a !rma
nonl cure. Bh Is now citfhtcou yuura old aud
sound and heartv
Fall am War, 1887-88,
OPENING
Frencli Patern Hats
AND BONNETS,
AMD MILLINERY NOVELTIES
OCTOBER 1ST,
MRS. F. GARDNER,
645 ELM STREET.
French Millinery, Fancy Goois
AND NOTIONS,
Ostrich Feathers Cleaned, Curled and
Dyed. Crepes Keuovnted.
$500 PIANO GIVEN AWAY
e I anuary .1 , .1 888.
Every $3 C'aisli IMireliaser
(IKl'S A TICKET-
136 Elm St., Dallas, Tei.
THK LARGEST,
most Important and perloct
TN rpilE OtH TllWKsf.
IS 1 UK OuUTUWKST.
You aro sure lo ifct bcttur (roods for the
price than anywhere else.
MAIL OltDKKS A SIH'.CIAI.TY
. Don't forget that every ti rash purchase
rntitlei yon to a ticket in this fiesutlful
llardinan piano, cash price
IS5002S
10 V
U Mil!
BoopSbQG House
THE 6MME
Grocery Company
, IS STILT. TO THE FRONT IN
Low Prices anb a Fine
Assortment of Goods.
((((:))))
Having proven that we have adopted a plan of htisincss which will enable us to sell goads
CHEAPER -: THAN -: OTHERS,
We now wish to any to both city and country people Unit W'K akk Your Kkikniih, and it you will continue to patronlzf
us as you huve done in the pust. v will prove our fileudship by helping you to
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
Wo chii limiihh you nil wilutronus it t our low prices. You may think Hint
Saving a Nickel or Dime
on this iirtiele or I hut don't iltpiiry, hut It 11ns Been Proven in the iiiitnaeinoiu of all liiit itutioiis, either lugre or simill,
that it is the ooklng after or neglect of little things that tends to the bu' dug up or breaking down of any kind of
business. It must be remembered that nil huge things lire mude ol umiill ones, ulid no one need hope lor even a moderate
success In life who will not leurn to save the nickels. On account of ilie frequent fhtuiges In the mnrket we do not quote
prices, but can assure you that we will nt all times svll at (
Prices Which No One Can . Beat !
And
Country : Butter, : Chickens
Solicited. Most of you know
1147 ELM ST. i
Jn a
and
WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF JELLY, PRESERVES AND
ATTENTI
GROCERS,
909 Elm Street. 'Opposite Postofflce
New Goods,
Polite Attention,
Low Prices.
Wa have recently put in a large and
varied stock of Fancy and Staple (iroceries,
AND AS WK ONLY HUY STKHJTLY
f'OH CASH, we are cnahlei to oiler extra
ordinary Inducements to cousuiners. You
can gefanythlng In our store that Is usu
ally Kept in a lirst-elass Grocery Store.
WE (ll'Alt ANTKK FULL WKIGHTS
AND MKASUKKS, and every time you
buy from us you will receive what you pav
for, aud you are welcome, no H-atter wheth
er you spend live cents or live dollars. Wc
want a share of the patronage of the citi
zen! or Dallas, and we n.ean to have It if
cheap prices and honest dealings wjll get
It.
Call and lee us. We can lave you money.
THE NATIONAL
EXCHANGE BANK,
PhUI up CHjiitHl, 300.000.
John N Slmpion, I'tesldent; W II Gaston,
Vice-President; Koyal A Ferris. Vlca-I'rea-(dent:
N A McMillan, Cashier; John II Gas
ton, Assistant Cashier.
DALLAS. TEXAS.
W. T. Hancock.
J. II. Lawrence
W. T. HANCOCK & CO.
Pealcn in
Country Produce. Etc. Agent! forthe8ottth
American Cure.
NO. WO ELM ;9T.. DALLAS. TEX.
ft. MORGAN, i.
t. i. miKMAir
jyj-OUQAN ft FEEEMAN,
A.ttorneys-at-Lav
749 ELM STREET tin
llniiianiU'iics
which will beat most every one. Ciiiisluineiits ol
whore we ure, hut for the heuetli of those
large frame building two blocks west of Union Iippot 1 i i A -j Tj1 X "I f" QrP
opposile Uttck-IIoru corner, l'au Klectric Telephone. ) Ix'tl J.jLii10 1
pi Fe Route
I The fitilf. Colorado .t Simla r'e Hallway
hve the pleasure of announcing the opeu
! Ihg ol a now route
TO MEMP.I I IS
-la-
WolfMUv,
'IVxarkann ami
Krinkloy.
Magnilieent I'llllmini l'aliico Sleeping
(' irs are run daily via this route, which is
he lar the quickest and shortcut line to
.Memphis and all points In the Southeast.
Note tho Schedule.
Leave Dalian, (iiiir Colorado & Simla Fo
mil war, 7 a. in.; leave Kiirmersvllle, Gulf
( i lora'ilo ,V Simla Ke railway, S:M a. m.;
Ic.ive Wolle l.'ilv, SI. Louis., Arkansas &
'leva, it llivav, lilrl.'i a. in.; le-ive Texar
ki.na, St. Louis. Arkansas ,V Texas railway,
ii p. iu.; leave fine dull. St. Louis, Arkan
sas Texas rallwav, Vl-tii a. m.; leave
Krinklcv, Memphis A Little Hock rnilioad,
-4 : :t!t a. iu.; arrive Memphis, Memphis & l.li
tle liock railroad, II: Ki a.m. At Memphis
connection is made for
Corintli,
Cliiillanooii,
Atlanta,
Louisville,
(inciiuiiiti
and ll points North, Eut and SoiillieaHt.
For sleeping car accommodations, through
tickets and liavgatre checks, apply to
W. .1. STuH.MS. Ticket Agents Dallas.
JAMES 8. CAKK, General 1'asaengt-r
and Ticket Agent, Galveston.
Notice of Dissolution.
Notice Is hereby given that the linn here
tofore known as ll. U. llradv Co., cniu-
f osed of II. G. Brady and J. C. Crowdus,
)allas, Texas, Is hereby dessolved hy niiitu-coiii-enl,
J. C. frowdus withdrawing Iroin
the linn, H. C.llraily assuming all liabilities
and collecting all outstanding accounts.
The business will continue by II. G.
ltri'dv under the firm name as heretofore.
II. . Hbadv,
J. C. CRownra.
Dallai, Texa. 6cpL 23, ltw7.
fl lH tllM tr.el ia
tt-.,rt wl I'iI Ut of
rmrlie, n,l h'. x'r
llito.t UOIVC1M Mtlri
"""Sii-Rrnv rR..
wm ! I,
IS. Hii,j,f .P'l tm r 'R t
'l Til h DATS
4 fun SlrMtim.
Mr JmIt brtt
. Cltv-1nnU,k
. in. n,.
A. 1 MM lit
h''ii l.
Sol.r' I-it-rtM
'.
: and : Eggs
who do not we can he found at
TEA. GIVE THEM A TRIAL,
Dissolution of Copartnership.
The c(i-iartiiernliip of Gilbert &
(Jliirk Ih t Hih day ilisaolvt'il by iiiuIuhI
eoiisi'tit, C. 10. tiillierf. Imviii(f luirchax
id tin? intoroHi oi Ii. W. uml J V.
Clink in thi? Iiai.i.a.s 1Ikkai.ii ik ws
)iiier mid job piiiiliug PRtnbllHliiiieiit,
mill they having rctireil Ironi tuiifJ
liuxiiifKR ('. 10. (iilliert uhsuiiicr tiny
iiideblciliH'HN of tho o it Iinu ntiil will
curry out rontruclH licrctoloro tumlii
and in authorized lo col eel nil cluiiiis
dun the linn. ('. K. (ii.iikht,
L W. Cl.AltK.
I. V. L'i.a i K.
Diilltts, Sept., 24. lfc7.
STANDARD GAUG1U.
St.Louis, Arkansas anJ Texas Ry
-FUOM-
ARKANSAS I TEXAS
VIA CAIRO TO
Connecting In Union Depot! with
THROUGH TRAINS
For all poiuts in
ILLINOIS. IOWA, WISCONSIN IN
DIANA, MICHIGAN, PEN
SYLVANIA, OHIO,
NEW YORK.
and all point!
North and East,
and via Sleinylits to all points In the
SOUTHEAST
Don't buy a ticket from any point untl
you have consulted the aveiita of tb
Louis, Arksnsas A Texas railway.
D.Miller, K. W. LsHeaume,
Gen'l Pass. Apt. Ass't Gcn'l Tan. Agt
St. Louis, Mo.
W. II. WlnfleM, "W. P. I lomsn,
Genl Art Pai Iept Gen'l Man.,
Ttxarkana.Tsx. Taxarkana. TI
St.Louis ill Chicago

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