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Ileal Estate Trrniftri.
The following deeds wore recorded In the county clork'i office yesterday : Thos. W. Tucker to W. II. Tucker, undividod one-half inlerest'of 107 4-10 aerei land of A. T. Mnnuoy survey $420. J. L Motley to J. W. Thomas, 7J acre lu the (irlgsby league $1,70". F. L. Irvine to 8. 1). Bond, 6taH feet on Magnolia street, $2,600. Ed S. Alston to Erwiu Smith, his Interest in Alston Grocery (Jomrjauy 23,31.r. Part hen lu Walk In to Olon.o .loiios, 05x8) feet, ono mile nortli of court- houso, $69. David King Hud wllo to Mary It. Crump, G7xl04 tect in block 10, l. J. ), Terry to W. II. FHppoii, 43 acres out of V. II. Keeno survey, $2.2.'iO, Dallas Lund Si l.tmu Company to (Jk Will' Ifuilway Company, rijfiit-ol-way, 21,WH. Many 1'. ole lit 1 u.r it'Jilt !j y r Oil on account of Its unpleasant t ao This ditllcu'ty ha bceu overcome in Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophospliitos. It being ns palatable as milk, and tlio most valu ablo remedy known for I lie trcaimut of CJotiHti in pt ion. Scroliiln aud Itrmi cliilis, (ie'.ieral Debility, Wasting Dis eases of CliiMn-n, Clnonic Coii'rii and (,'oltl. n- caiHi'd 'liii-iiii" in ad parts of lac wurld t.i line il. I'liysi cinus report our lit lie patient like it with pleasure. Try .Scull's F.mii sion and be convinced. Silver KIdk yciMt powders Ht A. K. Itoti ehe'B, ifH Slain street. Merchants, call at C. II. Edwards', 733 aud 7:1.0 Malu street, lor accordoous, violins, olc. These goods were imported di rect from European manufacturers. Sielnway 1'lanoM , Af Will A. Will kin ,h. Cii'h. 737 Main street, i the only piano made in the world that pleases kvkkyiiody ttio only piauo in the world that is used by all tho tiuesl artists, and the only piano in the world that positively manufacture all ot the component parts in their piaU'B. Buy one and gel tli best piauo and the acknowl edged world's favorite. Court Noux. In the district court yesterday Douglass McKcuzlo, Jesse McFarlaud and Emmet McCoy each received a sentence of two years' hard labor in the penitentiary for burglary. The county attorney, in each case, entered a nolle prosequi as to indictments for theft. This is light punishment for housc-brcakorH- murderous invaders of " sacred " homes. It costs some less fortuuate specimens of humanity al most as much to go to sleep without permission. Bncklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for Cuts, TjSruises, Korea. Ulcers, Salt Bheum, y Fever Sores, Tetter Chapped Hands, (jbUDiains, uorns, ana an bkui erup tions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to giv perfect satisfaction or m noy refunded Price 26 cents per box. For sale by W. H. Howell k Bro Is Consumption Incurable ? Head the tollowing: Mr.C. II. Mor ris, Newark, Ark., says : " Was down with abscess of lungs aud friends aud physicians pronounced mo an incur able consumptive. Vegan taking Dr. King's New Discovery tor Consump tion, am now on my third bottle, and able to oversee the work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever made. " Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says : "Hrd it not been lor Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption I would have died of lung troubles. Was given up by doctors. Am now in best of health." Try It. Sample bottlos free at W. H. JIowoll & liro's. A " Quick Traiwpurtatloii'To and From Fair Grounds via the Toxh & l'acitlo Knilway, com mencing Oct. 20, continuing until Nov. 6 inclusive. Trains Mill leave l Hma 4 jhatk kal M' ilnnnl t I. mis 111! Mr IIMU W II I III II H I UDIUfa II I LI IIUUI between 8 a. m. aud 6 p. m. Fare 5 bunU for round trip. Take this toule and avoid the vexations incident to other methods of transportation. 1$. VV. McC'uM.ouoii, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. At the Exposition. Programmes for the concerts by the Mexican National Baud cau be had at C. II. Edwards' exhibit. Parry Bros., real estate agency, St. George hotel block, Dallas, Texas. A Boy Wantcc fo carry a horseback route on Hun- ai.i. Apply at this omce. V i lie DIBCK ana reu pnzzie given to , Very customer at tho VArcado store j equal to tne great rimecu puzzie Aiat marred tho brains!! the whole Juntry. Gel one. Tilly are give to fcry customer. aucxwnesi, roaiiea coun arkerel, herrings, appl frsrkers, etc, at Bouche'il liirkwhuil. rnnlftri mi Off 1 canned roads pi I Dtuter, netn A JM Main street ITH AND POINT. The man who wants the earth ant compromises on Hliodo Island, is not hard to ploaso. Whitehall Times. The business man who is ruined by I love for whisky generally linishos ot witli Sheritl's iu.Piltshurg ( hronicle Mr. Tourgeu's new novel Is entitled "Button's Inn." It Is not a story foi bachelors. They want Buttons On. Norristown Herald. Mary Anderson Is to appear nexi September in "A Winter's Tale." Oh no, not as an ieiole. Whatever put thai idea in your e&(l?Hostoit Transcript A yacht, a keg of hocr. a fool and I lot of women and children make up I combination which generally calls foi the services of the Coroner. Vhicagi Herald. The remark was deemed inevitable at the first signs of discontent on the part of tlio (Vows, but no one has yet observed that if the Crows want to fight they have plenty of caws. The fool killer takes no suminoi vacation, tlio ice-water fool, tbo unripe fruit fool and the beer-and-whisky fool keeps him busy all through the hoi weatho r. Philadelphia Press. The subjnet of "The American Bar" Is attracting daily attention in the Eastern press. It receives considerable attention here, but mostly closes at midnight. Cincinnati Enquirer. It Eve had worn bangs, a bustle and a big liat when she first burst upon tlio sight of Adam, that gentloman would nave run away from his boarding house and taken to the woods. Fall Rivei Advance. "In literature there seems to bo a man constantly catching our ideas," said a writer. "Yes," some ono re joiued, "and the trouble is that he catches them before you do." Arkait saw Traveler. I see that X., the millionaire, is dead. I wonilor to whom the property was loftP" "As the will is boing con tested I think it is loft to conjecture, but the lawyers will probably get it" Texas Silings. It was shown in a Tennessee divorce case the other day that the wrfo'a life was mado miserable by the husband, who was so jealous that he wouldn't permit her to Bit on the hired man's knoe. Sunday Herald. 'That man may not be a pugilist," romarked a hotel proprietor after a stormy interview with a guest whe kicked at the amount of his bill, "hut I in darned sure that be is a price fighter!" Arkanaaw Traveler. When au Irishman went into a Chinese laundry and told the Mongoli an in charge to hurry up his washing, be cause he hadn't a clean shirt bosro. to his back, that was a bull in a China shop, wasn't ilP Texas Siftings. Il is said that the Prince of Wales is an expert performer on the banjo. Who wouldn't be a prince ? Nowa days if a man plays a banjo for his own amusement he is liable to get hit with a brick, but with a prince the case is different, he can plunkity-plunk-phink on his instrument of torture, without danger of getting killed. Peek's Sun. "Weeping Joe" is the title of an evangelist who has appeared in Indian na. It is said that "he weeps copiQtfs ly when he thinks of the million')) of souls that are going to hell. " If Joe intends to keep up u flow of tears at tho existence of sin in the world, he should be til. I zed as a water-power, in which capacity he would prove very valuable. Chicago Times. How Girls Sit down. The variety of complicated chairs In tho theater make it a matter of concern to gut safely seated. To women the problem is rendered futber difficult by bustles. A Sun reporter watched two girls as they took places in front oi him. These girls having found thoir pla ces with reasonable directness, looked at tlioin carefully and turned round. They could not well twist their necks about as the dog does, to see that they do not escape their mark, but they set tle slowly, with an undulatory motion, after the manner of the cat That great tourmire you know, is elastic as well as rigd, and it only needs that it be crushed in tho right way for it to resume its original form without acci dent when the pressure is released, but if a sideways pressure is exerted upon it it becomes a critical moment I .1 VT !. J . tor inv mess, nvw, u uuw noi lonowj that a girl can sit directly down upon the tournure with safety to it It is a recalcitrant creation and resents being driven. It may bo coaxed, but an at tempt to subdue it at one fell swoop is lkely to cud disastrously, for it will slip away to one side, mid then, if it is not hopelessly out of plaiw, tho wearer will have to begin all over again, go the girls had to come down slowly, waving their bodies from side to side, bringing pressure to bear npon the tournure gently and finally insinuating themselves into their chairs when the bustle wasn't thinking. A'eic York Sun. THE GRANGE Grocery Company IS STILL TO THE FRONT IN Low Prices anb a Fine Assortment of Goods. ((((:)))) Having proven that we have adopted plan of business which will enable us to sell goads CHEAPER -:- THAN :- OTHERS, We now wish to sny to both city and country people that Wx ark Your Fkikndb, and it you will continue to patronlzs us as you have done In the past, we will prove our friendship by helping you to SAVE Y0QR MONEY. We chd rurnisb 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 Boon Proven in the management of all Institutions, eithor lagre or small, that it is the ooking after or neglect of little things that tends to the bi t .lug up or breaking down of any kind of btiNlneBS. It must be remembered that all large things are made of small ones, and no one need hope for even a moderate success In life wbo will not learn to save the nlukolB. On account of the frequent changes In the market we do not quote prices, but nan assure you that we will Prices Which No One And Country : Butter, : Chickens : and : Eggs Solicited. Most of you know where we are, but for the benefit or those wbo do not we can be found at 1 I Al T?T AT I In a large frame building two blocks west of Union Depot ) i i 4 "TIT lif OW J 11 IvLjiYl O 1 . ( and opposite Buck-Horn cornor. Pan Electrlo Telephone. J 114 EjLijSl O 1 WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF JELLY, PRESERVES AND TEA.' GIVE THEM A TRIAL. A' mmTnumT N nun ii GROCERS, 909 Elm Street. Opposite Postofflce New Goods, Poite Attention, Low Prices. W have- recently put In a large and varied stock of k ancy and eiaple ttrocerieit, AND AS WK ONLY HUY STRICTLY rOU CASH, we are enableC to oiler extra ordinary inducements tocosfcumere. You can get anything in our store that Is usu ally kept in tlrsl-class Grocery Store. VK GUARANTEE FULL WEIGHTS AND MEASUUES, and every time you buy from us you will receive what you pay for, and you are welcome, no Batter wheth er you spend live cents or live dollars. We want s share of the patronage of the citi zen! of Dallas, and we oean to have it if cheap prices and honest dealings will get it. Call and see us. We can save you money. THE NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK, PhI1 up Capital. 300.000. John N Simpson, 'resident; W II Gaston, Vice-President; Royal A Kerris. Vlee-Pres-ident; N A McMillan, Cashier; John H Gov toa, Assistant Cashier. DALLAS. TEXAS. W. T. Hancock. J. H. Lawrence W. T. HANCOCK & CO., Dealers in Staple aid Fair Groceries Country Produce. Etc AgenU for the South American Cure. NO. W6 ELM , ST., DALLAS. TKT. R. MORGAN. JR. T. 1. FRRRMAH M "ORGAN FREEMAN, .Attorneys-at-Law, 748. .ELM STREET 740 hiwrice at all times sell at which will beat most every one. Consignments ot Santa F Site. The Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Railway have the pleasure of announcing the open ing of a new route TO MEMPHIS via Wolfe City, Texnrkimu and Brlnkley. 1 'Magnificent Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars are run daily via this route, which la by tar the quickest and shortest line to Memphis and all points in the SoutheaNt. Note the Schedule. Leave Dallas, Gulf Colorado & Santa Fe railway, 7 a. m.; leave Fartm-rsvllle, Gulf Colorado & Santa Fe railway, 8:M a.m.; leave Wolfe City, St. Louis, Arkansas & Texas rrilwsy, 10:ir a. m.; leave Toxar kana, 8t. Louis. Arkansas & Texas railway, 6 p. m.; leave Pine Blutl. St. Louis, Arkan sas A Texas railway, 12 : '25 a. m.; leave Brlnkley, Memphis & Little Rock railroad, . ui.; uiine MuuipUiii, Jlouipliin & Liu tie Rock railroad, 9 : 15 a.m. At Memphis connection is made for Corinth, Chattanooga, Atlanta, Louisville, Cincinnati and all points North, Eimt and Southeast. For sleeping car accommodations, through ticket and baggage checks, apply to W. .1. STORMS, Ticket Agents Dallas. JAMES 8. CARK, General Taxsenger and Ticket Agent, Galveston. ALLEN JOHNSON, 2308 Elm St., . Dallas, Tex. Dealer In Groceries -:- an! -:- Notions, Agent for "JO-HE," BEST REMEDY EXTANT for Rhruma tiKm, Neuralgia, Sore Eyes, Catarrh, Female Diseases, Acuta diseases of chiluren, and ail Inflammattlon. ? fln!"": ,J 5CFostnald. Small trial cans 5 J SI Tim Hkn rt V tm HitMlr. ol th.1 cl.M of fmlic, and h. gifl tliMM iwimui miiii.1 """VlURPHV PR"S3 UWM '"' T pi,hc .nd now r..k. L.tfZTKi Clerical fi ii i.'ii - BrvlfnH, P. P-.TT l 4i JM TO 7DTtlI wVMr(.nr.t4 ... Can Beat I t HEADQUARTERS FOR Pipe, Brass Goods, Water Works and Flnmliers Supplies, Rubber Hose.Sewerpipe tnd Flro Brick Yachlncry Supplies, Belting, Shafting, &c. 407 Kim St.. Dallas. STANDARD GAUGE. St.Lonis, Arkansas and Texas Ry -FROM- ARKANSAS a TEXAS VIA CAIHO TO Connecting In Union Depots with THROUGH TRAINS For all points in ILLINOIS IOWA, WISCONSIN IN DIANA, MICHIGAN, PEN 8YLVANIA, OHIO, NEW YORK, and all points North and Bast, and via Memvhis to all points In the SOUTHEAST Don't buy a ticket from any point untl you have consulted the agents of tk L Louts, Arkansas A Texas railway. D. Millar, I',. W. Lalleaume, Gen'l Past. Agt. Ass't Gen'l rasa. Agt St. Louis, Mo. W. H. Winflelcl, W.P. Iloman, Genl Agt Tans Dept Gen'l Man., Texarkana,Tx. Texarkana, Tel HierMton Mason St.Lotus ai China o a