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A BIG SURPRISE FOR DALLAS.
I am going to change my business and am selling my entire stock at auction. T "I T1 n tp . i. . . . I o ri irn Umrmrkt r I Itt 1 - 4- l -l A jLJ i uauioo ijcuictii luvituu to iiiiena. A linflATI ATTAV1TT IflTT Attami'vi vi 4--! 1 11 1 1 T-v .' , xxiuwim ovcijr uajr auu evening Willi ail IS SOld. rOVate Sales Will continue as usual. fixtures, shelving- and showcases J. D. A. HABBIS, SK8'' oapt. Mccormick, Auctioneer. Mayor Connor JJcNponds. In nu interview published In the Morning News Mr. Connor makes a very general and posilivo defonae uirniiist Mr. Ed C Smith's charges of inelliclency in his Rdininistrntiou, and the implied charge of favoring the street car compauy of which ho is a nien.ber. I le suys he owns some stock in the company but not enough to sacrifice principle or tho city's inter cult. The company. . lie cays, agreed to pay $50,000 for its privileges, and if ho should be mayor ho will fco that it is paid: tho ordinunce under which they operalo was passed under Mayor l frown's administration, iuy actions as mayor of Dallas are on record, and am willing to staud by them so far UIV V I IIIIUU tllHIKLD 1lVUXUt UKaiUflt mo uy my opponent are concerned. c- ficciaiiy those affecting my porsoual utcgrity. They aro untrue : and as regards those charges which he lias scou fit to direct against my ofiiclul course they full Hat before mo. He enumerated some of tho savings and benefits which havo been the re sult of his suggestions and labors, among them an arrangoment whereby lie saved 4 per cent, on the floating debt of $138,000 carriod mainly by tho Dallas banks wheu he tamo iuto olllco, and which debt was finally sottled with proceeds of bonds sold at $10.3. Forty thousand dollars improvements were also perfected without borrow ing money, and $ J.",000 of tho revenue set aside for interest ou railway boudj. Ho makes a good showing of nis worw in ueiiuu oi puoilc schools, aim uettor uuihiiugs. Jiau recom mended a city ball building more in keeping with Dallas progress, and had sola tho old one for $21,000 and nine months rcuf. Two miles of water mains had been put down and water rents $20,108 ugaiust $14,264 tame mouths last year. ins views aud plans lor waterworks e been published bctore. liuloiiud after securing ordinances lrom other cities liad succeeded in gottiug a good ordinance passed under which they would be able to havo a perfect system at no great cost to city or burdensome to taxpayers. The lire alarm system, he says, was contracted for under the prccecding administration. Dallas Opera House Two N gbts Oulv and Saturday Jlatlnco commencing Deo. )l Fridajr Kngnguuiont of the lirlght and I.tttlo foubicttc. and M. Charming !ta Van ta to IUU1U I Ull IUUUIUi and her Suoorb Doublo Company, appeurinc in the (lrc.it Secsiitlomil l'ranm, The New Speclaciiliii' HIDDEN HAND. i it m I THE Meyers Donulc Acting Fore PUMPS -WITH HeBUtllul Scenic Ktl'ects New aud Novel Jieciiaulcal .llect ! Urniid Military Hand unu upcruc urciicstra. A car loid ol special M'unery and tho li rosiest Streot rarado ever Attempted by u traveling com- He on Hand to See It. WANT COLUMN. ;HP,H Hd-.HO 5m H H? NB8 B3i?S aViSS- S"S Two llnei.... Throe linen.. Four linen... 10c B 13 aoc' S5o 80c! K toe 60c always Cash in Advance as the sunn are too small to Uke up tho time of book keeper and collector. For Silo. Notices and Business Cards, 50 per cent additional. For the convenience of advertisers, let ters tuny be addressed care of the Dallas Daily Herald. MUDICAU " Glass Valve Seat. The only 1'uiup mudo having thin Improvement. Call and See It. Hose anil Hose Reels! Law. Mowers Bncktoards Buggies & Carts WIND MILLS, ETC, ETC. Bartram, Robinson & Co., 209 Main Strckt. Opposite Court House THE NATIONAL! EXCHANGE BANK, P11 up Capital, $300,000. John N Simpson, President; W II Gaston, Vice-President; Royal A Ferris, Vlce-l'res-Idont: N A McMillan, Cashier; John II Clut ton, Assistant Cashier. DALLAS, TKXAS. CITATION. STATE OF TKXAS. Trains ou Oak Cliff Elovatcfi Railway WILL RUN Leiivo St. Ofortro Street Htm Ion. 0:8ft am 7:;) am 8:o0 am. AS FOLLOWS ; Loavo Court-House tviunro. 0:20 am. ........... 7:m) am. 8:tlU ii m. 0:30 am icoo am. 10:30 am '....luioo am. l'0 am .um am. pro .,..12:00 in. iwo pm 1:0) iim, 2:30 pin a:no pm. piii j. u:ui pm. 4:30 pm 4:)0 pm. :ou pin rem) pin. 0:30 pm 0:10 pm. Will stop at Frst. Third. Fil th. Klirhth ami lentb btreet Stations. Trains will run un til 11 p.m. on ipeoiul occasions. Fare 10 coins ; to residents ol Oak Clifl. 6 cents DALLAS DKNTALl'AKLOItS P. Cukanby. D. D. 8., Pron't 709 and 711 Klin Street, Dallas. Erie Telephone. WO. JONKS, DENTIST, OFFICE. Uli ELM STREET. The finest grade, or Dental work. 10.00 guaranteed to each patient for every Gold Filling that comes out. W. II. Saundurson who in Hided tho knife wound on. tho person of ltob "Wells is having an exiimining trial this nfternoon Upforo .Tnsllco Ken dall- Ine comma; mayoralty contest lo morrow has been the all-absorbing theino ou tho streets to day. Cousld erablo money is said I o be up on each side. Electioneering is livelv. Pond's) Extract used forty years by physicians and the people for pain and in' flammUious. This niccets stamps every bottle of the genuine. The wonderful growth iii post of fice business is the best evidence of uanas' rapia progress. J. L. Williams, 505 Main street, Per- imerv. Combs. Brushes, hoans. K. III. . 'n AK.ilA rr W. m l.'n ... I uu vj uii, v.uivi aim iv oaum vv tail1 ay" company have opened a ticket aud freight oillco at 508 Maiu street. Marriage liccuso were issued to-day to C. 11. Long and AVillio McElroy. Sam M. Kerr and Lilla UeH Haud took out a marriage license to-day. Concentrated mineral water lu bot tles at .Wo an. I $1 each. Crystals cf mineral water 75c por pound. Miner si water frosli all the time at W. T. Hancock & Co , 926 Elm street. Dr. F. 6. Davis and brido returned to-day lrom a visit to California. Mr. O. A. Eiscnlohr Is tbe father of a new girl baby. aird's Minstrels again to-night. Pianos for rent at Frees & Son's DDUPRE, M. D. (Recently of Austin.) Physician and Surgeon. At office, 06C .im street, lrom v to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m. and at residence, 337 Sycamore street, 8 p m, to 8 a. m. 'I'elophone 40. TOIIN B.KUNZ, O ATTOBXKV-AT-LAW. 612 Main Street, Dallas, Tevar. t iu nvi1 lj. ATTOlAEY AND COUNSELOR AT l.AW. lioom 8 .Merchants' Exchange, UKAl, Kri'ATK. 1 R. 110SLEY. O. REAL ESTATE AGENT AND SOTAHY I'UKLIC. 6(13 MAIN STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS WANTF.D. TOIt RENT To two irentleiiien, or man X and wife, a nicely furnished front innm. Unlit. r...nn.lil. V V South llarwood and Marrilla street. TyANTKD 100 houses to rent. Apply to i ueo. cms s iO.. uui aiaia street. HOUSE MOVING. Houses moved on short notice and work guaranteed; bond given If required; loavt ci uuu, nu veil i B Saint A Co. orders at Cooper & Robertson, real estate agenia, ivi Main street. HARALSON A SHARP, HOUSE MOVERS, G RAD ERA, U'l'llFfc'! .oMTIMPTOUU W GUARANTEE OUll WORK. BOOTS AND 8HOE8. Wbv don't you have Tour boots and sooes made to order, when they don't cost ant more than stock work, at A. Bluet's, t)U turn iireeu HOUSE I'Al.NTINK. The Whcclock I'lanoa in rosewood, ebony, ash and walnut rose, at C. II. Edwards', 733 aad 735 Main street. HOUSE PAINTING-G. W. MERRY House and Sign Painter, Kalsomining, Paper Hanging, Graining and Glaiing. Portland and Cadis streets. MISCELLANNOUS. MANUFACTURING. We now have our foundry in operation, and prepared to contract for the manufacture of anything that caa be made ol wood and Iron. Also geuerai repairing in iron and wood. Hun gers Improved Cotton Machine Manutao luriog Company, Dallas, Texas. Best HogsSoutli. The small boned English York shires took $40 premium at the Texai State Fair last fall. More flesh for same feed than any hog. I have a few left which I can pare, and tome ha f ed The vear vigorous and good breeders. They can be peen one-fourth mile north of Fair ground on Santa Fe rail road. J. M. BROWDER, Dallas, Texas. To the Sheriff or any Constable of Dallas j ! "'' County Greeting: iiitiio nuns ecu ro.ne Immediate you ARK HEREBY COMMANDED -I That by milking publication of this Ci tation In suae newspaper, published in the Cot'uty ot Diilliis, for four consecutive weeks, previous lo tho return diiv hereof, y.m summon Lou Ann Brown, who Is a non-resii'ciit of the Sliilc of Texas, to bo and appear bolore the District C-urt. to be holden in and for the C'oumy of Dulliie, at the court house thereof In the cllv of Dallas on ,lio itX .Monday in Dccomber next, then mid there to answer to the Pet tiouol G. 11. nrow n, nicu in said Court ou the 27th i v ot Octobir. 1887, ugulusi, the snid I.ou Ann Brown and alleging in a ibslauce as follows, to-wlt : That Plaintiff and Defendant were lc gaily married on March 1st. INS'I. unu that ou August 11, ItWt. Del'cndunt ulvinduned Plnlntilf and coniinued to remain away from Plaintiff with tbo lutentlon of uban donmeiit. Whorelore PlalntlU prays judge ment for divorce, Ac, &o. Herein full not, but have vou then and there before said court this writ, with your return thereon, showing how you have ex ecuted same. Witness, H. W. Jouci, clerk of tho Dis trict Court of Dallas county, Texas. Given under my hand and soul ol said court ul of II ",e In the city of Dullus. this the 28lb duv of October, A. D. 187. II. W. JONES. Clerk District Court i alias Co L. S. By J. II. STEWART. Deputy, TRUSTEE'S SALE. NOTICE IS HERERY (MVEN THAT. Whereas, Alexander T. Odeneal and M. I. Il.Odeneale did, on the second day of October, A. I. 18.V.J, execute uiul di liver I to no, M J. Dart, as Trustee, one certain leod nl Trust lo lauds hereinafter describ ed, tor tho purpose of securing .1. II. Wut I kins lu .payment or ten cei luln promts- sory notes, dated us above, numbered 1, 2, : II, 4,5, ti, 7, 8, , I I and becoming duo ii, 12, is, 21 .'ill, .'ill, 42, 4S, M and on iiKintlis after dale respectively. And. whereas, Ii Is pro vided in mid deed of trust thai In imso anyone oi saiu notes snail remain unpaid for ten days after the same becomes due. then the eied by sulci notes to lie- ly duo and nuvuhic. with. out any notice ol uny kind whatever. And. whereas the said note of iJ.'i.ini, due forty-eight mouths after dale, has remained unpaid for more than ten duvs alter tbe same became due, I, M. .1. Dan', Triutee as aforesaid, at the rcciuest of I he said .1- Jt. W'utklns, w III, for the purpose of paying oil und satisfying ull oft unpaid notes, aggre gating the sum of ln, sell to the h.ghe.-l blddur.for cash in luiiid. at the Court Mouse door of Dallas county.. Te us, on the 1:1th day of December. A. D. IshT, the following described lot, tract, n- parcel of bind, sit uated .In (iruysou count v , Texai, to-wit: Out of the A n t on in Ilc.-uandrx survt-v, patented to H. K. Hull, September :ird, l.s;-2, by patent No. 7M, vo lime ;i!i. mid Is more till y described us follows : Kegining at the south cast corner of a section of said Her nandez, survey, known us the Mormon Grove section, a lock marked H, I hence north 442J vara", a stake in the east line of suld section, thenco west Mi:l varus to a stake, thenco Siuith 4121 varus to a stuko lo tin south linn of said suction, thenco east S!i:l varus lo the place of beginning und con taining Til acres of land more or less. SnlU deed of trust Is recorded lu Hook II. Page !ix2. Records of I rust deeds. Mortgages, Ac, of Grayson county, Texas, lo which relereiice is hereby made for further Infor mation. SHld land will be sold subject to a trust deed ofou In fivorof.loscih C. Seeds. M. .1. Dart. Trustee. Adveitlsed November 22nd, 18M. T. RATTO & CO., MANUPACTUItINO CON F K C T ION K KS . And -:- Wholesale -:- Cigar -:- Dealers, 810 and HI Kim Street, Dallas Toxas. 13" Our Rotuil Department is comrlcte. The Hnost line of COsTFKCTIONS IN" THIS SOUTH. F'resli : Goods : Daily. RETAIL DEPT. 810 ELM STREET. ASJTl TO i hATfVYvl AvOittruitvtd not iW mjLjjj csum tilrtoiurv. Clnolnnti,dQay f) fia aWn (tie ln9 lit tnp4irt oi ttut rLsfl of fetnr.lie. "nil ha cvn iinusi univauMi uiuUv UmU. MURPHY nRnn.t 141 k, Te O won the U.-r i f th i-,uh n.l puw r .ni atitnii,f ilia leadihjf h i me o niMi.i. A. L. 8MI1II. " '-- 41 MU. PERSONAL but l! PRIVATE d Thompson & Price, f V fnil Qlfw 9O0 ELM STEBET. GROCER Sav, did you see our advertisement on Wblttakcr Meat and Lard display at the Fair? Well. It came ufrh. but we had to buy it. No use tnlklnjr about evpeusp.it was too good to loose. Whlttaker wanted ui to have it, and we wanted It hnd. Hereafter we will always keep a full line oi this elcirant Meat and Lard in stock. Wi our ctstomert shall have the best goods the market allords. Remember, we guarantee you lull weights and measures, and you will receive exactly what you purchase. Call and see us. BIRD, ANDERSON & CO., Wholesale and retail de.'h Rough andDresse -Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors and Mouldings. Who es.le.ndRet.il Dealer, m l n T f T L f 111 IT' J fl U Paints Oils, Glass ? WallTaper, LUM LBSl U1UU1 01 All M1US i MMl 747 Elm Street Cor. St. Paul and Elm Sts., Dallas.