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(CRMBfl. lu tuperlorexrellom-a proven in iiiIDIoiih ol home for inmo Hum a ipiartcr of h cen tury. It Ih um"(1 by the United Stales Oov ernment. Endoi.ud by tliu heads of Hie Oreat Universities as Ilia Strongest Pur est and most llunltlilul. Dr. l'riee's tlio only Baking Powder that docs not contain Ainmouiii, Lime or Alum. Sold only Id i'UICE UAKINO POWDEK CO. NKW TOltK. CHICAUO. BT. LOUIS gjitUa gjnih )ernld. C. E. Gilbkrt, Editor and Proprietor. THE CITY. LAWTEU AND MOlAKY W. L. MCDONALD. 007 Muin St. Always at liia olllce. Of HIST. fcASMfc Ixcal NnteH. "JO-HE' ouIyat 2308 Elm street. Fresh country butter at A. E. Bouche's. Watches, diutnoiuls, silver and sil ver plated wnro the best ami cheapest at J. 1. Dohorly & (Jo's., 60.1 Mciu treet. Saddles for the cow-boy, saddles for the ladies, saddles for a quiet and easy rido, and for those who wish some tuiutf tor comfort tuid inado of the best material, and the largest selection to choose from, at I'adgitt IJros. Jlavo von tried tho California cau ued goods that A. K Doucho sells. J. L. Williams, AOS Main street, Patent Medicines, Texas Tolu, Station ary. A. E. Boucbe, tlie Main street grocor, nai list added a splendid rcfrigorator, In which be has always the lreshctit country butter, eggs and lresh Flclsclinian's yeast, which Is kept as cold as can bo. J. L. Williams, fiOi Main street, ler fnincry, Combs, Brushes, feoaps. Yes, sho was beautiful, with tho light ol loy iu her azure eyes that re minded one of heaven's own blue; the sunbeams of conteut rippling across her velvety cheek and tho iiope of long years coming from her crimson lips. Sho attributes her splendid physical perlcctiou to tho use of Mor ris' Cascariuo. Tycoon Chop llleudcd, May Blossom teas, the best teas tn the market, lor bOc and 75c fvr pound at A. E. Bouche's. Now preserves, fresh butter, cheese, hams, fruits, cranberries, etc.. at C rail dock's Krvay street (irotory. Tarry Bros., real estate agency, St. George hotel block, Dallas, Texas. Whips and lap robes, a splendid line for pleasure voMcles and headquarters for those wantiug leather of all kinds, shoo findings and furnishings at Padgett Bros., wholesalo and retail sadlers. Turf .roods of all descriptions, such as saddles, bridles, harness, bits, halt ers, boots, knee caps, etc, in tho larg est assortment, at tho turfman's head quarters, I'adgitt Bros. Genevelve Aro cheap, aro good; go for them. This iurivcIoub and unrivalled brand has Just uiado its appearance ou the market, aud its popularity is already uuboundod. No cigar ever met with such au onthuMusiic reception since the Invontlou of tob icco. Tho doors hadn't been open ten minutes bcloro the house was crowded, aud tho stand ing joomwas so full 'of eager pur chasers that their feet stuck out through tho transom. President Clevo'.and scut for tl.o first box, and (aid he would rather be tho man who mado that cigar than to bo prcsideut To be had only at V. V. Waller's drug store, 720 Elm street. Tha Venllft rimnlniitia. W. 1). Suit, Urutrgist, Uippus. Iml, testifies: "I can ri'eiiinrwiid Kloetric Hitter as tl.e very Ih-si remedy, livery bottle sold has givcii relief in every rase. One inn.; ti.ok six buttles aud was cured of l.'ietimatNu of 10 years' Standing." Abraham Hare, Druggist Belleville, Ohio, affirms: "The besi eliing medicine I have ever handled in mv !( venrs' experience Is Electrit Bitter." ' Thousands of others liavs added their testimony, so that fho ver dict is unanimous Uiat Elcetric Biltcri do cure all diseases of the Liver, Kid oevs or blood. Only a half a dollar a bottle, at W. H Howell &, Bro's. druf stor. mm am, r- AT BRUDOER JACKSON'S. Why 'I'lif Were (Iratrful an Thank giving liay. Vi f fok -- lvaWr "Clillluns mid friends, Y jlik' 1IL1.(... IM .1 .. 'ill I .111': we am imw n'herel ff' Hl'otllld this fi'slilVrolls j''' board tn (Um-iims our TliaiikKulrln il Inner, and to keep the service in our hriirin what we is 'minded ol' by this iMiiiiit il'iil roast. Now, my deuh hearers, and likewise you, rhllluu, we it each of us to Vprens our so' in turn, an' say what we in thankful for. For myself, belli' the oldest, I kin buy that I am thuukfiil for everything; most pcrtiklercst that I is 'bout over that rheumatics that bodders uio ho, and that Mrs. Jackson keeps in good belf and plenty of washlu', and that my cbilhtn is all U'litf loschiMil ami is a yrowin' up nice mill ffintcel. Xmv, .Mrs. .lackson, it's your turn." "1 Kives thanks to do Lord for all his niiisnies: but J would like to say that I is very glial that there ain't no ornery, low down, while trash what can heat nic u-pollshiii' nor K-i'ookin', nor in looks when 1 nets "i.v .Sunday close on." "Mrs. Jackson," said the old man. re provingly, "tiiatalu't iu order, but, 'low ing that long as it's so, ye ain't no wise to blame. .Now, Cleopatra, let's hyar from you." "Jjuv, paw, I don't like to say, but I is thankful nil the same," with a look at Mr. Adonis Hawkins, who smiled back as if bo bad the same reason for giving special thanks. "Xow, Abraham Llnkcn Jackson, tell yer paw anil all the company what you is the thankfulest for," said the benign old father in Israel to the youngest member of the family, after all the rest had ex pressed themselves. "I Is thankful 'et that there ain't no more of us, 'cos If day wasdat dere tukky wouldn't go 'round:" "A hem ! 1 et us say grace. " A THANKSGIVING SERMON. Of all the days that have been set apart as sacred to the jwopleof this country, two stand forth iu holy radiance as the out come of the purest sentiments. The one is Decoration day, and the other Thanks giving. The one was born iu loving mem ory of the dead, and the other in gratit ude to the bountiful Giver of all we enjoy. The (lowers we lay Uxn tho graves of our soldiers and lost ones are not sweeter than the thanks we offer today. Some, indeed, may not give articulate sound to their thanks, but it Is safe to say that in all this broad laud there is not one person whoso heart, whether it is weighed down by sorrow or light with joy, does not send nt least one grateful thought toward tho source of ali good, though perhaps they are hardly conscious of it. Gratitude for favors given is a pure and ennobling sentiment, and meet is it that this youngest and most signally blessed country should set apart one day wherein tho whole nation, as one soul, should bow in silent thanks for all tho bounties and blessings we enjoy. We receive the feast in the spirit of a reminder that these blessings aro but a part of the abundant store; and with the feasting the thanks giving rises like incense. et there lie no empty tables in all the land, that not one single heart fall to offer its meed; and let us all "Praise the Ixrd for his good works, for his mercy endureth forever." An Olil FnKlilonrd Dinner. The following is the list of the dishes at Thanksgiving dinner on a Pennsylvania farm. Everything with the exception of the pudding was placed upon tiie table at once, to obviate the necessit y of rising, as the dear old hostess was none too strong Mid kept no servants, and yet cooked it vll herself. At the head of the table was 1 large chicken pie, in the middle two roast chickens, and at the foot waa an enormous turkey, and opposite the chick ens a roasted pig. There were fourteen pies of different kinds, three large cakes, crullers, preserves, pickles of four kinds, boiled onions, mashed potatoes, and tur nips, apples, cheese nuts, tistard, head cheese, biscuit, brown and white bread, and lastly a big plum pudding, and coffee. All this for thirteen persons. This dinner waa twelve years ago, and all the diners still live. Pride and Humility. Once upon a time two turkeys went to roost on a tree. "F am the llnei t bird that files," re marked one. complacently, "and nothing Is too good Tor mo." So he picked out a nice, soft, springy limb almost at the top of the tree and went contentedly to sleep. The other one had been brought up to consider modesty a great virtue, and humbly remarked: "I am content to sleep near our dear Mother Earth. T'ride goeth before a fall,' and who knows but that a storm may come and blow my ambitious companion to tho ground, thus breaking his vain neck?" So he took a seat on the lower limb. A storm did not come, but the owner of the turkeys did, and the one on the lower limb was caught, and on Thanksgiving day waa eaten. Moral Danger comes as often from below as a)ove. The first Thanksgiving day recorded was observed In Ixyden, Holland, Oct 3, 1575, because of deliverance from siege. Such observances were not unusual in Europe. The first New England Thanksgiving was held by order ol Governor Bradford, at Plymouth, in 1C21, "that ttiey might after a more special manner rejoice together." There were thanksgiving days in New England from 1031, nearly every year, for special purposes, and in the New Nether lands from 1044. During the revolution the observance was general, but after that was confined itostly to New England, till Just before the ejvtl war. During the war it was nationally observed and is now a general ruston In nearly all the states. mm LU IT. fa A Hare tacupo. I.ato Monday evening as Dr. J. M Browder was driving homo from town up Main street near tho Central Hallway a lilt lo 0-year-old girl ran In front of him, aud before tho buggy could bo stopped tho child was under neath. The right front wheel caught her arm. Tho doctorcarcfully backed hlii animal aud tho uuforluuato child was assisted from her dangerous place It was found that no bones wcio broken aud only a very slight bruise was tho result, though had tho doctor not been a vory careful driver tho child might liavo boon killed. She was in charge ol a negro woman. Parouls aro lrequontly too corcloss In letting their children run about on tho streets. This is a very dangerous practice uud so much of it should not be permitted. Mr. L. Rouvant, one of tho leading Jowelots ol San Antonio has moved to Dallas aud has rcntod and fitted up tho comer of Elm aud Lamar streets iu elegant style. Dallas wolomes such progressive mtu. War, pestilence aud famino destroy countless thousands Bui indigestion, dyspepsia, derangement of the liver and stomach are powerful iocs to me human race. Morris' Cascariuo will defeat their ravagos. ImporteJ lCrout, new Louisiana syrup, mackerel, pickles, evaporatod fruits, cto. Craddock's Erray Street Grocery. J. L. Williams, Tho Old Druggist for everything iu tho line, 605 Main street. Yesterday a Santa Fo freight train, west bound, killed a flue cow near Willow streot, in East Dallas. J. L. Williams, 605 Main streot, Eupiou Oil, rubricating Oils, etc. Silver King yeast powders at A. E. Bou che's, 824 Muin street. California fruits, new inoiasca,evapo. rated fruits, krotit, etc , at Craddock's 803 Ervay Street Grocery. In a runaway yesterday Mrs. Geo. Noblo and Miss Loll a Co wart wcro thrown from tho buggy at tho corner ot Wood and Ervav streets. Mrs. Noble received serious and Miss Cow art slight bruises. Without Parnllel for pains of all kinds, hemorrhages and inflammations Poi d's Extract, Avoid druggists' old song, " .lust as good, " for imitations. J. L. Williams, 605 Main street, Pocket Knives, Bird Seed Geo. Ellis & Co. Heal Estate aud Collecting Agents, have returned to their old stand, 607 Main streot For bargains In real property call on us. Gko. Eu.is & Co., G07 Main streot. A Fine Opportunity. Tho stock, fixtures, horses, wagons and good will of tho business of Ed 3. Alston, recently purchasod by me is for sale. The location is the bost in the city and tho business is unques tionably the largest retail grocery aud wine bu'dtiesss in north Texas. Edwin Smith. 757 and 769 Elm street. WANTED A good gentle well disposed cat to use in taking pic tures. Apply to J. H. Webster, High Priced Photographer, 803 Elm or 804 Main streets Tboso who are inclined to bilious ness will lind Morris' Cascariuo an un failing remedy for its eradication. Manager Grccuwall has leased tho Grand Opera House at New Orleans, to be added to his Dallas, Houston and Galvestou circuit. Absolutely Pure. This powder nevei vanes. A marvel ol purity, strength and wholesemeness. Mors Kwnomlcal than the ordinary kinds, np xinnot be sold In competition with the mul Jtuds of low tst, short weight alum or aoapiutu powders. Sold only in eans. &OTAL BAaiXO PoWDBl COm 108 WaUBb.N.Y. HUNSTABLE & MOORE, THE I : AIDING Boot and Shoe House, HAVE THEIR FALL STOCK. LADIE8 FINE KID SHOES ' MENS FINE BOOTS. MISSES FINE KID SHOES. MENS' KIP BOOT . CHILDREN'S FINE KID SHOES. BOYS' KIP BOOTS 71 '2 Kim St. DALLAH, TKX. 71"2 Kim St. SOIL lilt i hi Thompson & Price, GROCERS. Say, did you see our advertisement on Whittukor Meat and Lard display at the Fair? Wnii it. i.nmn hiirii. hut we hud to liuv it. Ko U80 talkinir about expense, it Was too good to loose. Wlilttakcr wauled us to Will always keep a full lino 01 tills elegant Meat auu r.aru in sioua. wo are uoicrraineu our ctstomors shall have the best goods tho markot aUords. itcincmber, we guarnutee you lull woigbts and measures, and you will receive exactly what you purchase. Call and see us. T. RATTO & CO., MANUFACTUHING CONFECTIONERS, And -:- Wholesale :- Cigar :- Dealers, 810 and 81S Elm Streot, Dallas, Texas. JQTOur ftctall Department Is corarlete. Tlio finest line of CONFECTIONS IN THE SOUTH. ITresh : Groods : Daily. RETAIL DEPT. 810 ELM STREET. NOLAND & CO., tg use ..HARD "WARE, p Trains on Oai Cliff Med Railway WILL ItUN A9 FOLLOWS: Lcnvo Leavft St. Geoi'ico Street Court- Uon-o Still Inn. Sciinre. 0:85 am am. 7-JtO am 7.-00 am. 8:U0 am 8:00 am. bux) am K:iM MM. 10'M am 10KK) am. -M am lluiO am. U:2P pm 12:00 m. 1:80 pm l:0il pm. i:0 pm... 2:00 pm. 8:80 pm 8:00 pm. 4:30 pm 4.00 pm. 6:30 pm 6:00 pm. 6:80 pin 6:10 pal. Will stop at Frst, Third, K I fill. Klghtb and. Tentb Street Stations. Trains will run. uh til 11 p. m. on special occasion!. Far 10 eeuti ; to residents ol Onk Clin". & cents I liiuiiiiiiiii urn. 19 mm I fwm $ o i j Who.esal and Retail Dealers in Paints Oils, Glass 5 all;Faier, . 747 Eln Street. 111 PRIVATE. have it, aud wo wanted it bad. llereaaer we Carptm Tils, Nails, Grates, m mm MANTLES. 1719 EI ST T1AT.T.AS TRI. A full and complete line ol Cooking and HeatiDg Stoves. CITATION. STATU OF TEXAS. To tbe Sheriff or any Constable of Dallas County Greeting: YOU ARK HEREBY COMMANDED Tbat by making publication of this Ci tntlon In souse rewopaper. published In tbe County of Dallas, for four eonsocutive weeks, previous to tbe return day hereof, you summon Lou Ann Brown, wbo Is a iion-resU'cnt or the State of Texas, to be and appear before tbe District Court, to be boldcn In and for the Couuty of Dallas, at tbe courtbouse tberoof in tbo city of Dallas on the 2d Monday In December next, then nndtbore to answer to tbe Petition ol O. H. lirown, tiled In said Court on tbe 27tb day of October. 1887, against tbe said Lou Aun Brown and allcglug in t.ibatance as follows, lo-wlt: That rialntlff and Defendant were le gally married on March 1st. lss3. ana that un Aut-MiBt 11, 18SJ), Defendant abandoned 1'laintlU' and continued to remain away from l'luinliff with the Intention of aban donment. Wherefore Plaiuttll prays Judge ment, for divorce, &o., fto. Herein laU not, but have vou then and there before said court this writ, wttb your return thereon, showing how you have ex ecuted same. Wltnexs, II. W. Jones, cleric ol tbe Dis trict Court of Dallas county, Texas. Given under my band and seal ol said court al of-tl- in tbe city of Dallas, this tbe 28th day of October, A, D. 1887. Clork District Court nallai Co By J. H. 8TBWART. Deputy. CI hM MVn lh f1. UllPl ut tl4t Cl-4 Of rcni.,lie., tn.l h rtvn litiuvl UllivctU. MtiO MURPHY TRfn, Fru, Tet the hi1Iic and now r.fik. mmwg llM leading um. tif tht o'lilnm. A. 1. SMI III. 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