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A BIG SURPRISE FOR DALLAS.
I am going to change my business and am selling my entire stock at auction. Ladies Especially Invited to Attend. Special Toy Sale every day. at 2 p.m. Auction every CAPl WAYS AI MEANS DISCUSSED BY DALLAS BUSI- KESS MEN ' To Attract Immiiration ail Capi- tal to Texas. A Hons- 'Pursuant to n call from President White of tlio Morchauts Exchange, a largo uumher of Dallas' wealthy, en terprising and most jtromiucut citi zens responded in assonibly at the Ex change at 4 o'clock Saturday evening last. Tho objont of the mooting was sta ted to bo for the purpose of consider ing moatiB of eflcctlng an influx of im migration and. capital into Texas. This, briefly stated,, was the object of tho assembly. Capt W. White was elected chairman and Cel. John F. El liott secretary. Upon invitation Mr. J. S. Daughcrty addressed tho meet ing in a timely and rousing talk, ev ;ry word being fairly to tho point. 3ilr. Daughorty closed by ottering resolutions substantially as follows : First, a general invitation was ex tended all law-abiding industrious doopIo seekiug new homes and fields Jr Investment to como aud examine jmr iuvi he gre for the t.Mti M. . FM J great resources 01 icxas tuiu see themselves its wonderful possi bill tics The becond resolution was based up on tho unjust discrimination of rail roads in giving ageuts commission to sell low rate tickets to California and Pacific coast points aud now placing proportionately low rato tickets on enlo at commission to points in Texas. The third contained an invitatiou to tho cltios of El Paso, Engle Pass, Lare do, ffnn Antonio, Mob4ie, Tascosa, Colorado, Abilene, Austin, Houston, Galveston, Ueaumout, Orauge, Tyler, Marshall, Jefl'orson Texarkana, Paris Croenvillo, Fort Worth, Dcuison, Sherman, (iaiucsvillo, Corsfcana, aud such other business coutors iu the State as will do so, to at ouco select delegates to meet iu Dallas on a day to be named at a future mooting, to confer with a select committee from Dallas aud tho gcticral managers of railway companies for tho purpose 01 see) u if wuai can, uo bcuuiiiuiibiiuu iu- I 1 , 1 I k. n . I IA ward securing low rates ol transpor tation into lcxas. JUU1UUIIL. UI1IUUUIVU n iiv.ivm for instructions 10 tho committee out llued in resolution threo. The litth resolution recommended delegates to this meeting come pre pared to guarantco from the people of Texas an uuuual fund of not less than $100,000 for tivo years to' be spent iu advertising the vast resources of Tex as. The remaining three resolutions contained suggestions in reference to rtiaing aud disbursing the fund to the best advantage and interests of Texas. Tho resolutions wore adopted and the cbair appointed the following as a committee of conference who are au thorized to dcslguato a day on which to confer with the commlttoea Irom Aher points of the State: J. S. Daughcrty, Jules Schneider, Alex San ger, John F. Elliott, T. L. Marsalls day and evening until all is sold. Private saies wili continue as usual. Fixtures all for Sale. J. D. Jair.es II. Simpson and O. P. Bowser Upou motion tho mooting adjourn ed. Tho Dallas committee of confer.' nco meet this afternoon at 4 o'clock to des ignate the day of meeting of other committees over tho state. Court Noted, llobcrt Andorson, of Gregg coun ty, this morning tiled suit in tho dis trict court for $(1000 damnges, injuries ho claims to havo received whilo try ing to bocrd a passongcr train horo last October to go to Clcburuo. Plain tiff" claims that by reason of a detective step, which gave way under his weight, ho was precipilatod to tho ground aud in tho fall three fingers of his right hand were brokou, right wrist dislocated aud his head aud right chock severoly lacerated and bruised, whoreforo ho prays tho de fendant bo cited to answer his peti tion. The following cases woro disposed of iu county court to-day: Ed Whids, unlawful gaming, lined $10; Henry Fields, theft, fined $10 aud 30 days in jail ; Houry Smith, carrying pistol, tried, under tho old law and fined $25 ; Frank Pleasants and W. F. Nance, aggravated assault aud battery, were acquitted. Judge Kendall has been wrestling with tho vagrants to-day. Juo. Uoaef Tom Cormeal, Alex Mclveduoy, Frauk Smith aud Jno. Ilort, all arreted toi vagraucy and tried iu his court this moruiug and a fine of $1 and costs as sessed against each. In each case the total amount wa9 $2 '.65. A lengthy docket was bofore tho recordor this morning, but not much business the priucipal oiTcnaos being fined to a fow drunks interfering with privato property, fast driving and va grancy. Fuel Not Scarce Vet. Plenty of g'od coko at the gas works. It you havo not trlod it you will bo surprised how clean and good Are it will make. The cheapest fuel in Dallas even if other fuel wero uot scarce. This has boon estray sale day and uotivitbstaifdingthe tact that so many pooplo have been congregated on tho square all day and so much trading aud tralllo curt led. on no disturbance has been reported. A large number of country pooplo havo been iu tho city to-day aud retail morchants have enjoyed an unusually good run of trade. Nick TravU and Mrs Mablo Mc Laughliu" wero married beforo Jus tice Kendall on Saturday evening. Little darling dream of me aud the good thing ottered by Thompson & Price. Yes, she was beautiiul, with tho light ot joy iu her aruro eyes ihat re minded one of heaven's own blue; the sunbeams of conteut rippling across her velvety cheek and the uope of long years coming from her crimson lips. She attributes her splendid physical perfection to the use of Mor ris' Ciscarine. Wonderful havo been th discover ies through the inventive genius aud scientific Knowledge of men. But the piepertics of Morris' Cascariue lor the relief of a disordered livor are uu equalled. Th Kim Heataurant. No. 614 Elm street, next to Fllppcn, Adouo & Lobif. ; boon recently opened, and which is the cleanest aud neatest dining room and lunch coun ter in the city. Regular meals "and special dishes to order. Oysters, tish aud game a specialty. Gehrkcns & Schmltz, proprietors. A. HARRIS, Public Library. At tho library last Saturday an election of otllccrs for tho ensuing year was had with' tho following re 8ii t: E. 11. Uowlcy, president; Mrs. I). G. Oppeiiheim, vice-president; Mrs. C. Miers, treasurer; Mrs. W. II, Johnson, secretary; Mrs. A.C.Finn librarian; Profs. McCormicK and Frees nnd Mittses Kciper and Wolf, board of directors. , Tho reports of tho librarian aud treasurer were adopted. Tho former shows exclusive of government pub lirations and public I coords, 1017 books. Ten thousand persons visited tho library during tho past year. The finances are in a healthy condition, as shown by tho treasurer's report. A meeting of tho directory wili be held next Saturday. ' , When tho leaves began to fado we otic red tho citizens of Dallas tho fanciest stock of groceries ever brought to tlii markot. When tho flowers begin to bloom we will be right hero" offering tho best line of groceries iu tho market. We aro here to stay. Thompson a Pkick. Tbosu who aro iuclinod to bilions ucss will find Morris' Cnscarino au un failing remedy for iu eradication. Whips and lap robes, a splendid line for pleasure vehicles and headquarters for those wanting leather of all kiuds, shoo fiudiugs and furnishings at Padgett Bros., wholesalo aud retail sadlcrs. i A complimentary reception was i tendered friends of tho Young Men's I Hebrew Association at thoir hall on i Ervay street last night. Concentrated mineral water iu bot tles at Mo ami $1 each. Crystals cf i minora! water vftc per pound. Miner al water fresh all tho time at W. T. Haucock & Co., 920 Elm street. Opera glasses for rcut at Beck's, uext to hangers'. Itenewa Her ToatTi. Hps. I'hobe Chesley, lYierson, Clay (J., Iowa, lells the following remark able story, ihe truth oi which is vouched for by the residents of the town: "I am 73 years old, have been iMub.ed nilli kivluc) complaint tad J.meuess lor ninny years; could not res myself without help. Now I urn free from all pain and soreness, and im able to do all mi own homo work. ( owe my thanks to Electric Bitters for having renewed my youth, and re aoveu completely all disease nnd mho." Try a bottle, only 60 cents, at W. n. Howell & Brr'v Drnjr Store. !1 williW if Who .etuis snd Ketmtl Dealers in Paiats Oils, Glass S Wall Paper. 747 Elm Street .1 I p I - H - , 730 WANT COLUMN. C, .Hi"1-) .'tf.jir.H B Z B ? a us S IS s ' i Two linos.... Three linen.. Four lines. . . Always Cash in Advance as tliesumr are too smiill to take up tho ttiuu of book korper and collector. For 8ile, Notices aud Bustueas Cards, 5U per ceut uJdi'ioHiil. For tlio convunieuce of advettlHcrH. let ters mnv be addressed care of the Uallas Daily Hkkai.ii. MKDICAIj. DALLAS I) KNT A L 1' A U LO KS V. Chkankv, D. 1). H., i'roirt ;imaui711 Kim Street, Dulliis Krie Telephone. WU. JUNKS, DKNTIST, . OKKICK,UW KLM STHKET. The lincst grades of Deutul work. ()10,lK' L'lnirantecd to each pntlout for every Uold Filllug that comes out. DDUl'UE, M. I). (Kceeutly ol Austin.) I'll) Bicliiu and Suijfuou. At olllee, 'J.'iC Kim street, Irom I) to 11 u, m., '2 to 4 p. m., aud at rediUunce. W, .Sycamore street, 8 p m, to s a. m. Tclephoue 41). TUHN . KUN.. J ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, ol JiluIn Street, Dalian, Texac. ML. DYK, ATTOItXEY AND COUN .KLOlt AT LAW. Koom No. 8, Mer cUunls' KxoliaiiKe, Dallas, Texas. UK.lL KITATK. T U.UOSLKY. J. HKAL E3TATB AGENT AND NOTARY 1'UHLIU. S(W MAIN STKKET, DALLAS, TEXAS. WANTKU. WANTKd A FEW JIOUK SELECT boarilers with or wlthliodt lodin);, at the South went comer ol Akard and .lack noil mrcets, by Mm, M. L. McQueen, late of liryaiu FOll KENT To two Kemleimm, or mau and wife, n ulccly lurulsliud front loom. Unit rensonalile. N. W. corniT South llurwood and .Murrilla street-. WANTED 1U0 houses to rent. Apply to Ueo. Ellis & Co., (107 Mala street. HOL'HK MOVING. Houses moved oa short notice aud work guaranteed; bond given if required; leave orders at Cooper & ltoberUon, real ehtatt agents, 7(TJ JUalu street. J 11 Saint A Co. HAHALSON & KHAKI', HOUSE MOV EKS, GRADEUS, STKEKT CONTKACTOKS WE GUAUANTEE OUH 1VOKK HOCSN l'AIMINt'. HOUSE PAINTING O. W. MEKKY House and Siitn Painter, KalsominiiiK, Paper Ilai.KlK. Grainini, and Glazing. Portland ami Cadiz itroeU. MISCKLIiANl-XJUa. MAN UF ACT.UU1NO. We now have our foundry in operation, and prepared to contract for thr. ,'iauufacture of anything that can be made ol wood and Iron. Alxo pteuei Hl rppnlrluK in Iron and wood. Mun Kers Improved Cotton Machine ilauufuo turinir Company, Dalian, Texas. Trains on Oak Cliff Eloyatcd Rdilway WILL BUN AS FOLLOWS: l,eavo Loave 8t. Onm-iro Street Court-Houkc Smtlou. Square. 0:36 am Brio am. sni 79i am. 8-10 am 8 n. am I'OO m. louxi am lOaK) am. l:HO am H.""0 am. 12:ae pm li:1) m. 10 pm : Im. iM pm 2:00 pm. 8:30 pm pm. 4-HO pm pm. 1-M pm M pm. 810 pm 8:10 pm. Will stop at Frst, Third. Fifth, Eighth and Tenth Street Stations. Trains will mn un til 11 p. m. on special oecailoi.e. Fare 10 cents ; to residents ol Oak Clilt. f cents THE NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK, Puid up Capital, J300,O00. John N Simpson, Piestdent; W II Canton, Vice-President; Koyal A Ferris. Vloe-Pret-Ident: N A McMillan, Cashier; John II Gas ton, Aniitant Cashier. DALLAS, TEXAS. and 732 MAIN ST. DALLAS, TEX. THE Meyers Double Acting Fore 1 PUMPS WITH Glas.s Valve Seat. Tho only Pump mado havlug this luiproveuient. Call and Seo It. Hoss and Hose Reels! Law. Mowers Bncltails Buggies & Carts WIND MILLS, ETC., ETC. Bartram, Bolton & Co., 20f Main Strekt. Opposite Court Holme CITATION. STATE OF TEXAS. To the Sheriff or any Constable ol Dallas Couiitv Greetlmr : YOlJ ARE 1IEKEUY COMMANDED That by making jMihll cation of this CI tation Iu sou.o newspaper, publislind in the County of Dallas, for four consecutive weeks, previous to Hie return day hereof, you sumu:on Lou Ann Brown, who is a iioti-rcU'ciit of the State of Texas, to be and appear before the District Court, to be holdeu In and for the County of Dalian, at tlio courtliotmo thereof in the city of Dallas on .he l!d Monday iu December next, then ii n dlh ere to answer to .Uo I'ct tir.u ol G. H. Drown, tiled in said Court on the t!7lh day of October. ltftV, ntfaliiHt tlio said Lou Ann lirown uud allcglug in s ibstunco as lollows, lo-wit : That l'lalntilf and Defendant, were le gally married on March 1st. 1MSJI. and that on AiiL'imt 11, 18S1, DefenUaut abmdoned Pluiutilf and continued to remain away from Plaintiff With tlio intention of aban donment. Wherelore Plaintlll prays judge ment for divorce, Ac., Ac. Herein lull uot, 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. Jones, clerk ot the Dis trict Court of Dallas county, Texas. Given under my band and seal ol said court ill of H",e in the city of Dallas, this the ttjlb day of October, A. D. 1S?7. Jl. U . dU.lM, Clerk District Court I 'alias Co By J. II. STEWART. Deputy. THE STATE OF TEXAS. To the Sheriff or any Coiihtubie of Dallas county Greetini;: YOU are hereby commanded, that by making publication ol this citation in somo newspaper, published In the county of Dallas, lor four consecutive weeks, pre vious to the returo day hereof, you summon t'. U. l'nwen who I a nnn roldent ol the State of Texas, to be and ii pear betoro the District Court, to be holdcn in and lor the countv ol Dallas at the courthouse thereof, in the' city ol Dallas, on the second Monday In December next, then and thero to an swer to tho petition ol Annio V. Howen II. ed In aid court on the mh day of Novem ber, lviT,- against tho said C. G. Uowcn, and aileKii't; iu substance as lollows to wlt : That plaintiff and defendant were mar ried April 2M, 1SW That defendant soon after their said marrlapa bewail a course of unkind, harsh and neglectful conduct to wards rla nsiff, and that on or about Oc toher 1st, ISM defendant abandoned plain- .i.c I m.ttt it, iiml 1 1 t..tiiuln nwtiL' trnm llll BlIU IIJIO .... .w . . . her and failed to support her. Pr.iys judge ment lor uivorcc. cuniuuy ui iiiiuoi uuou Ueraldine, costs ol suit, etc , etc. ..,11 m.t lull Ihiva vnu then nllil there before said court this writ, with your reiurn inereuii, euuniuu uun j.u u ecuted the same. vi li.oa II W 1rni. eli rlc of the Dis trict Court of Dallas county Texas. Given under my nana anu seai oi ,iu i uiihui ui lice in ciiy of Dnlbia this the Sth da ot November, A. 1. 1S87. H.W.JONES 1 Clerk District Court, Dallas Co. L, a. V By J. II. Stewart J , Deputy Best HogSffiSoutli. The imall boned English York shire! took $40 premium at tho Texts State Fair last fall. More flesh for tame feed than any hog. I have a few left which I can spare, and tome ha I -ted The year vigorous and good breeders. They can be reen one-fonrtu mile north of Fair ground m Santa Fe rail road. J. M. BR0WDER, Dallas. Texas.