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C. E. Gilbkht. Kdltor and Proprietor. TEK CITY. LAWYER AND WOT AKY W. L. MCDONALD. U07 Main it. Always l Uii offloe. Dl'NTLST. E-EJtt&m DKNT18T Charles it. Lewis, Paatotnce Building, Kim street. K- r C. KINU, D. i 'i Hi4 K in street. "Jo-He" only at '.'SON Klin street. Cigar, lulmceo of the lie! UiIHle and low prices, ui a. mini ile a. Fresh country butler lit A. K. HoiicIic'h. Tycoon Chop Itlcniled. May IIIokhoiii 1uh, tbe Ileal lens in the market. Kir ;mc itnn .: fpr pound at A. K. Honolulu. Mr. Kd Alatoii, the grocer on Mini ami Sycuiiwre. has sold his business to Mr. Kdwnrd Smith. 'I'll o Singer is Hit; only machine tlml U extensively rouuterieited by un scrupuloua manufacturers. Why? Bo fiuihe it is the moBt popular. It' you want u haruess tor your driving honto Ht the most rcBsonablo lirico lor leather and workmanship dou'tfail to see Padgett Bros, stock which Is the lurgeHt ami most com plete In the State. May blossom ten, tho best ton on tho mar ket, nt Houche's, KM Miiln street, Ml centi pur pound. Tim Sinsrer 1h tho best to buy, tho tioBt to own, tho best to run : and. if need be, the boHt to sell. It has three customers to one for all other kinds. The Singer Muuulnctiiriiig Co. Holland Herring, Limbergcr and Switzer Cheese, Pigs' Feet and Tripe at Crowdus'. Tho universal Hcutiiuoul of those who bavo tested Morris' Cascarino is tliat it is an uul'ailiug and unrivalled remedy tor aU'ectious of the digebtive organs. Rogers silver plated forks and spoons at manufacturer's prices at J. P. Doherty & (Vs., tin:. Main street 'Jnd door from Lamar. If you buy anything at I ho Arcade storo ask for a black and rod puz.lo, they are tree to all customers. Three-quarters of all tho machiucs sold throughout the world annually aro Singers. Why? Hoc use-it is the best. Douglas Itroc, the Merchant Tail ors, 708 Main street, have received their fall and winter stock of tho most fashionable suitings. They solicit tho orders of those desiring perfect fitting' KarmcnH aud mado in the most artis tic manner. Why should you buy a Singer in preference to any other inachim? Because a Siv,.- r ossesses every good quality necessary for a sowing ma chine, and is unequalled for perfection of stitch, range of work, easo of oper ation, speed and durability. Visitors to the Fair see the Pre mium Groceries at Crowdus', 1006 Elm street. Alcott & Maynor's exhibition iulho Exposition Hall of tho celebrated Chicago Cottage organ attracts tho eye of (bono desiring art'stie effects in tho. easo find merit in the instrument The Singer is tho best to buy, the best to own, the best to run; and, it need be, the best to cll. It has three customers to one for all other kinds. The Singer Mniiuiacturiiig Co. In the recorder's court this morn ing, there was a falliugoir of ollen l ers, there being only Boventceu cases, agaiut tho great haul of 112 Monday and yesterday. Three arrests were made for theft ana ono for rob bery nil of which were transferred. ROYAL ';.J Jk Absolutely Pure. This powder nevet finn. A marvel ol purity, Mrengtb and wholeaomeneaa. More jconomlcal than the ordinary kinds, anp vinnot be said in eompelttioo with the mui Jtude of low teit, short weight alum or ooxphate powders. Sold only In ran. UoTaL Banna Powph co lon Wall HL. N. I. THE OAK CLIFF SALE Again Largely Attended. Balea Ml I iota lor :H,I I :i Again this raoruing tlio Oak Clin" Mlevated Kailroad earr'ed n-vrHl trains full of visitors over to Oak Clifl', whore it was announced that the pub He sale of lot in tho now and progress ivo suburb would be eonlinued for an other hour after eleven o'clock. At the appointed time Co'. HoHHiick, tho auctioneer begun his snle. The llrst sales wore made by choieo; then for a while, as parlies would request, ho would designate a certain lot ami sell that t the highest bidder. Sales were quite lively up to noon, when, agroeablo to promise, an adjournment was had to give all time to go to tie races. Tho sales were as follows : N. It. Warwick, 300. Chas. L. 1 )ignowity. 5 0. W. T. Hill, !f.W. J. W. Kodecrs, 5IH J. C. St. John, 47ft. J. W. Itodgors, $460. S. P. Cochran, 4'0. L. M. Bradley, 475. J. S. Maylield, $4'?t. T. A. Webb & Co., 42i. E. It. Young, $426. T. 8. Miller, $425. T. A. Chapman, $426. Sotb Shcpard, $425. J. T. Liner. $42.5. John Lovejoy, two lois, at $40 and $125. W. J. Botlerton. $425. F. N. Oliver, two lots at $275 each. John Lovejoy, two lots at $200 each. W. E. Barry, $425. W J. Bet tcrtou.$ UK). John Lovejoy. two lot?, $550 each. W. T. Hill, $800. Lauksford & Campbell, $525. E. It. Young, $500. A. (;. Lefl'ol, $500. H. B. Eastorwood, $500. Louis Loucbard, $500. W. C Oakes, $275. E. L. Haralson, four lots at $250, $175, $200 aud $200. J. (j. Williams, lot 6, in block 12. $450. A. (J. Jones, lot 5, iu block 72, $425. A. J. Willis, lot 4, iu block 58, $375, lot 11, iu block 74, $225. J B. Bowers, lot 6, iu block 75, $225. W. A. William, lots 1 and 2, in block 24, $225, aud $2X. A. (r. Mathews, lot 2. in block 81, $450. W. C. Johnson, lot 8, In block 90 $400. J. W. Hillings, lot 12, in block 21, $200. G. W. Jones, lot 2, iu block 84, $300. W. Loy. lot 2, iu block 78, $500. Win. Mills, lot 8, In block 94, $225. J. Long, lot 6, in block 110, $200. W H. Liug, lot 5, iu block 121 :t50. Geo. Layton, lots 6 and 7, block 122, at $350 and $250, respectively. (ieo. Lofton, lot . block 120, $250. Hy Wilkins, lot 8, block 114. $225. James Sowers, lot 7, block 73, $200. Lott L. Smith, lot 4, block 53, $450. (). G. Uiloy, lot 6, block 7ti. $500. A T. Uijfgan, lot 1, block 81, $550. G. W. Worley, lot 1, block 79, $400. M. Schram. lot 6, block 116, $350 lot 10, block 114, $450, and lot 1, block 95, $300. Win. White, lot 7, in bio 107, $400. O. G. Hany, lot 7. In block 98, $226, Win. Logan, lot 2, In block 96, $600. Chas. Sumers, lota 2 and 8, in block 88. $600 aud $475. W. G. Looney, lot 6, iu block 42, $100. A. L Balaton, lot 4. iu block 43, $375. G. W. It. Smith, 1 t 1, In block 40, $560. .I.D.Littleton, lot 2, In block 42, $500. W.J. Hunt, lot 8, in block 96, 376. While some are disposed to stand aloof aud wistfully wait lor lower prices which will never como, nearly all who have given the matter proper investigation, think that many of the lots have sola for ies man ineir vaiue, and none too high. This will bo clear ly demonstrated to the lev doubting dues in the usual way by time To morrow, as per previous advertise ment, tho sale will be continued for a short while; and but a short while will the opportunity to socuro a Dome in this high, healthy, attractive and beautiful suburb, be left. After that the Improvements wt'l go on and with it rapiil Increase in values. io:ai sates yesterday aud to-day exceed $75,000. PArmiaslon was lcirallv s ranted this morning to Charles Schulti and Lu lon Srhrnir lo irflt itirrried : lso. to Joe Jackson and Mary Goble. Hi rayed or Htolen. Snrrol hnnu branded W OU the left Lip and left shoulder, 8 or 10 years od, irom loin niinama aireei. rut dollars reward will be paid for any information that will lead to the re covery of the horse. TIIH TAIItTO-OAY, The allemlam o continues In accord tvith tho weather most favorable ai'd grai ll'vlng. Thousands of new visi tors throng iho Exposition buildings, aid visit tho stock and poultry de partments, and the exhibit of tine stock In the arena drew largo crowd to the uriiml stun I; bul at two o'clock the I aces attnicliil the largest neuni hly which has yet, been seen in the grand stand. Somo lino rldinif anding and rnplng was dene by the eow boyo: anil there is another inloresling programme for to-morrow. Friday thero Is to bo a big race. A special trot lor a $MMio purfo bolwo n Harry Wilkes, owned by Siro llros., New York, and Itosaline Wllk' owned by F Van Ness. Sew York. Besides this contest thero will bo two running races aud a pace. It will bo a groat day for tho track, and tho at tendance will no doubt bo the largest ft tho week. THK NK.W IIO.MK. Did you ever stand and watch intontiy the frantic girations of June bugs and other insects around a brieht light on a sultry August night how its beauteous rays seem to till them with ecstatic delight? Well, go to Exposition Hall at the great Dallas Fair aud study tho Juno bug in human uaturo while you gazo nt thn rnu'ils and scethiuir masses of humanity that hover with unceasing (tollght arouuu me ucauuiui ami oni Hautlv lighted exhibit of the New Sewing Machiuo Co. Hundreds aud thousands vi-it and re-visit and visit again this beautiful ami central attraction of the great Fair. Expressions ol wouder are written upon every lace, who fully take In the fact that that which appears to bo hand-pained satin anpliqua on tho lace curtains, as well as tho beautl:ul' pictures of fruits, flowers, birds, aui 'uals, etc., aro all worked and em broidered In various stitches known to the art, on the New, Home sewing machine. Never was a homo decorated more tastefully with brush or pencil ol artist than is this lovely cottage New Homo "in Exposition Hall. Hundreds go from tho city daily and loiter aud linger around it aud watch the work flow as It wero under tho deft hands ol tho operators from this thekiug of all sewing machines. WIII'I'K HKONZK. A name given to a metal whicn is imlestruclible un l which is used iu manufacturing monuments, medal lions, statury, etc. Exposuie to tho atmosphere and elements does not In the least afl'eci it. More durable thau marolo or stone, and being suscept ible of being moulded into btautllill shapes and patterns, it offers many advantages over stone or marble. As stated before, it is not all'ected like marble by the elements, lis it does not rust, fall down, does turn black, not porous, nor will tho raised letters and emblems crack or split oil' as they do in marble. Havug.a beautiful oven finish, given to it by the sand blast process, and of a light gray sparkling color, it is peculiarly adapted for monuments. The Monumental Bronze Co., of Bridgeport. Conn., who manu facture the white bronze, have erected many of the monuments over the graves of our falleu heroes, aud hich uro uul-d to bo the hamUomcsl ol any ever eioclod out of any other im tcr tal. Messrs. Frank J. Smith & Co., 110 sycaniore street, aro their general ageuts lor the State, and maku a dis p.ay iu Exposition Hall oi tho white bronze monuments ol several beuuti ful designs; also medallions of dis tinguished men, such as Leo, Lincoln audolbui., Ma well as wreath-, -heaves ol wheat, oi c , suitable for decorating graves, aud also life-sized statury. They will be pleased to show photo graphs of many beaiiiifni' monuments which thi y have erecied in every part ot the Union. Tho price is much lower thau mm bio aud the material much more lasting, and those who de sire to pay homage to dear departed ones could not do better thau erect a monument to their memory iu th e iM.ioBtrnrtihiA infttnriaL Messrs. Frank J. Smith & Co's exhibit can be tountt on the east side of Exposition liati, second aisle. Mothers, do you not see the pallid faco, once so bright, growing thinner? Do you not hear the hacking cough, aud note the wasted, languid indifference, which once was mirth, brightness and keen eujoymcnt for all the plcasurti of life? Do not be mistaken or deceived. That child is dying of consumption slow ly, but surelv. Yet thousands aro living todav who have been cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's -'Goldon Medi cal discovery," which surpasses all other medicines for the cure of that disease, aend 10 cents for pamphlet and testimonials. Address, World's Dispensary Medical Association, But falo, N. Y. f Tho nugnlflcentdisplayof machiucs and machine work and embroideries by the New Home is indeed wonder ful. Go and see it and remain long enough to examine in detail this gieat profusion and variety of work. Chlckeitng I'tanoa At C. II. Edwards'. 783 and 785 Main street, and at the Exposition. HUNSTABLE & MOORE, ' THK LIOADING Boot and Shoe House, HAVE THEIR PALL STOCK. LADIES FINE KID SHOES MENS' FINE BOOTS. MISSES FINE KID SHOES. MENS' KIP BOOT . CHILDREN'S FINE KID SHOES. BOYS' KIP BOOTS. 71 Kim St. DALLAS, T KX. .71 Kim St. K. HUNSTABLE Mmiiiliii'liiror ii ml denier in Boots and Shoes. 73-j i:lm stwokt, Dallas. Cheapest Gash Boot and Shoe House in Da. las. Wo carry n uoinplote line of Omits', Hoy' Ladles', .Misses' and Clilldrens' s ft and slippers. Cull and examine. WIS WAJSTT YOUE TRADE. Try our .Mens f irm Kip Boon. None better. Repairing neatly and promptly done. T. RATTO & CO., MANUFACTURING OONPEOTIONERS, And -:- Wholesale - Cigar -:- Dealers, 81 O A.IST.D 81 a ELM HTKEKT. jrJTOur Hetull Department Is comrlete. TUe flnet Hue of COKKCTIOiSrS llsr TILE SOUTH, lresh : Goods : Daily. RETAIL DEPT. 810 ELM STREET. Will l iait ami Chas. Jla;ner, for tliolt, were trniisl'urred to tho county court. Three cases of "intoxication" wero lined each. V. II. Mctiiiiro, for refusing' to pay hack hire wa discharged at request ot Olllccr Heard. i .Tim Scaulin, for assault i.nd baltery, was lined $.r, mid .Jim Hawkins ditto Two uittii lor vagrancy wero trans ferred i tlie county court. Fred Wild, for violating .Sunday law, wa- called ; case continued Kdwar I Kin, for tlictt, was trans ferred. Win. Hamlin, robbery, discharged at olliccr's ratjucnt. Alford instructing street, dis- IllirtHl'il. I'M .liuobx. on two charges of gain ing, lined $10 in one canu hid! oilier , dismissed. The Singer is Iho only machine I hut is extensively cotiulorteitod by tin- scrupulous Manufacturers. Why? 11c esiiHc it is tho most popular. Don't, say that i bote aro uo cheap lots left iu Dallas; but call arouud aud let Kichaidson & Miller, show you those cleg nt residiMico lots in tno choicest neighborhood in Iho ity . only one blwck from streetcars Now mark tbe Onlv .riOII nor lot. Ono-hall rash, balance on long time Kichard son & Miller, Real blhtato Hr-kers, 109 S canioru si root, Wallas, I exan. lioulHu Italfe This prominent and splendid young emotional actress will appear at the opoia IioubO lo iii'bt In her chief at traction, " Dagumr. " and to-morrow' s"the Planter's Wife." Miss Iialln was here last season aud agaiu last mouth, and baa couseuted to play two nights more hereon her return trip North. She has crowded houses everywhere, and no doubt will to night. There aro few plays which are more entertaining aud better rend' red Can tbeso two by Miss Unite and her support. Wlieelock Pianos,' pre-eminent for beauty of tone, ex celle'ico of touch aud for durability, for sale by ('. H. Edwards New and novel styles will bo shown at the Ex position. They Have Arrived. Three cars new 1887 Canned and Fottled Goods, Fruits and Vege tables, Pickles and Sauces, Jellies and Preserves. One car California Fruits and Vegetables at J. B. Crowdus', 1006 Elm street. Why should you buy a Singer lu preference to any other machine? itecause a Siuger possesses every good quality necessary for a sewing ma chine, aud is unequalled tor perfection of stitch, range of wor, easo of oper ation, speed aud durability. The Siugcr is the best to buy. the beta to own, the best to run; aud, it l.n tl.n tu.t in sell If tin Ihrnn customers to one for all otner kinds. Tbe Singer Manulacluiiug C. "Pay your taxes hoforo Jauuary 1st,'' Is a greeting and a waruing at tho court bouse door. Remember tho tax collector never gets, sick or dies, and the only way to appease him Is to " shell out." fUUi- WEOrVf" PUR E 09ftHG$ IIh superior excellence proven tn millions of homes for more than a iiiurtor of a con turv. U Is used by the United States Gov ernment. Kndoisudby the hoads of the Ureal Unlveraitie' as tbe Ktronnest. Pur est and most Healthful. Dr. Price's the only HnkiDK Powder that does not contain Ammonia, Mine or Alum. Sold only In Cans. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. MKW YOIIK. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS Dallas Opera House To-night at 8 p. m., the accomplished young Kmotional Actresx, LOUISE BALPE Supported by a flrst-olass company, under the management of GRFKNWALL A 80N, presenting the tfreatent American play ever written from real life, entitled, I3GM Alt, A play as strong In human interest as " KEDORA." Thursday Night. Nov. 3. The Planter's Wife. Nov. 8 FLOREKCK BINDLEY. 1 Ilolton, Jaekson County, Kansas, Seiit.6. Not. 15, Jan. 24, Apr.3, Jane 12. Fifth Year Enrolls ."W0 Different Students. This remarkable success Indicates Its worth. Its reputation tor tho'oughness DepartmeiJ UiV-Preparatory. Commercial, Normal, KclfnYe, Clii"iical. Modera Lan guage, Mathematical and Preporatory Metiical Any or parts of all for one tuition fee or $10, PER TERM. h The special departments of lelegraphy and Phonography etrk VH. MubIo 910 per term and Art 45 cet-Jiper hour, are equal nil axnniarahv, ia iniaiirnaMeu ant waere. to any otner in me vjcai. juij Tbe Best or Snocialists Employed. Students ean enter at any time and cbooif , their own studies Board 2 to f i; pef week. Addrfsa I Premdent J. II. MILLER.