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The Dallas daily herald. (Dallas, Tex.) 1873-1887, December 07, 1887, Image 3

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I am going to change my business and am selling
my entire stock at auction.
adies Especially Invited to Attend.
Q-nomal TVw RaIa ftVArv'rtav at, 9 Ym
Auction every day and evening until all is sold. Private saies wili
continue as usual. Fixtures all for Sale.
""jaggs? J- d- a- habbis, "-aaflfc
GRE AT SLAUGHTER PLUSH GOODS.
We have bought the largest and handsomest stock of
PLUSH GOODS
ever seen in the State. It is the best assortment, comprising e very-
new style in this elegant finish. "We purchased them
25 PER OENT BELO W COST
of manufacture, and will guarantee to sell them at from
25 TO 50 PER CENT
than the same article can be purchased in Dallas. We ask you to 'first examine and price what you desire in this line at the
other stores and then come and see ours when we know we can suit you in prices. The assortment is without doubt unex
celled and comprises
Plush Toilet Sets, Plush Manicure Sets, Plnsh Mirrors,
PLUSH WORK BOXES, JEWEL BOXES, ODOR SETS,
erfume Boxes, Handkerchief Boxes, Etc., Etc.
We mean what we 3ay that we Will show you the handsomest line in the State and will sell it to you for TWENTY;
FIVE to FIFTY PER CENT LESS than you can purchase it elsewhere IF WE CANNOT, we will make you a
present of the article. '
PATTERSON & CO., DRUGGISTS,
Corner of Main and Poydras Streets.
P. S.-We invite the attention of our citizens and residents surrounding Dallas to the above line of goods as Hol
iday Presents and will take pleasure in forwarding articles for inspection. We have also two of the finest Music boxes
manufactured one of them plays 24 tunes-which will be raffled for the benefit of two orphans (The Patterson Boys).
Saddles for tho cow boy, saddles for
the ladies, saddles for a quiet and easy
ride, and lor thoso who wish some
thiiijr for comfort and made of tho
best material, aud the largest selection
to choose from, at Padgitt IJros.
Mrs. Diotrict, a very prominent
German lady, has just arrived from
Karlsruho, (iermauy, and will make
Dallas her future homo. '
Yea. she was beautiful, with the
iiivK inv in hnr nzurA eves that re
minded one of heaven's own blue; the
sunbeams of content rippling across
her velvety cheek and the hope of
long years coming lrom her crimson
lips, fche attributes br-r splendid
physical perloction 9o the use of Mor
ris' Cascarine.
Renews II or Touin.
Mrs.rhojbe L'hcsloy, Peterson, Clny
Co Iowa, veils tho following remark.
ble story, the truth pt which is
Touched for by the residents of tho
town: "I am 73 years old, have been
troubled with kidney complaint aud
lameness for many years; could not
dress myself without help. Now I am
fru fenm all rmin and soreness, and
am able to do all my own house work.
I owe nay thanks to tlcctric umors tor
having renewed my vouth, and re
moved completely all disease and
pain." Try a bottle, only 60 cents, at
V. IL Howell tc Bro Drug Stort.
THE
.Meyers Double Actim Fore
PUMPS
WITH
Glass Valve Seat.
Tlie only Pump made having this
Improvement.
Call and See It.
Hose and Hose Reels Law.
Mowers Bucttoards Busies & Carts
, WIND MILLS, ETC., ETC.
Bartram, Robinson & Co.,
209 Main Strut. Opposite Court House
THE NATIONAL
EXCHANGE BANK,
Paid up Capital, 300.000.
Jobn N Simpson, Piesldent; W II Gaston,
VIoe-Prestdent: Koyal A Kerris. Vice-President:
N A McMillan, Cashier, John U Gas
ton, Assistant Cashier.
DALLAS, TEXAS.
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Who esale and Retail Dealers in
Paints Oils, Glass! fall Paper,
747 Elm Street.
CITATION.
STATU Of TEXAS.
To tbe Sheriff or any Constable of Dullas
County Greeting :
YOU AUK HEREBY COMMANDED
Thai by making publication of Ibis CI
tallon In aoue newspaper, publlhed In tbe
County el Dalian, for four consecutive
weeks, previous lo tbe return day hereof,
y.iu summon Lou Ann brown, wbo Is a
non-resir'eut of tbe State of Texas, to be
and appear before tbe District Court, to be
holdeu In and for tbe Couuty of Dallas, at
the courthouse tbereof in the city of Dallas
on ibe 2d Monday in December next, tben
und there toanswerto tbe Petition ol G. 11.
Brown, tiled in said Court on tbe 27lb day
of October. 1887, against tbe said Lou
Ann Jtrown and alleging in s.ibsunce as
follows, to-wit:
'l b at Plaintiff and Defendant, were le
gally married on March 1st, InKl, and tbat
on A turns t 11, 1883, Defendant abandoned
Plaintiff and continued to remain away
from Plaintiff Witb tbe Intention of aban
donment. Wberelore Plaintlll prays judge
ment for divorce, Ac., Ac
Herein tail not, but bare tou then and
there belore said court this writ, with your
return thereon, showing bow you have ex
ecuted same.
Witness, II. W.Jones, clerk ot tbe Dis
trict Court or Dallas county, Texas. Given
under my band and seal oi said court al of
hoe in the city of Dallas, this the 88th day
of October, A. D. 1887.
11. w. JU.MJ,
Clerk District Court failas Co
L. S. By J. H. STEWART.
Deputy.
L.S. J
THE STATE OF TEXAS.
To the Sheriff or any Constable of Dallas
county 0 reeling :
YOU are hereby commanded, tbat by
making publication ol this citation ib
some newspaper, published in the county
of Dallus, for lour consecutive weeks, pre
vlous to tbe return day hereof, you summon
C. U. liowen wbo is a non resident ol tbe
State of Texas, to be and u pear belore tbe
District Court, to be holdeu in aud lor the
county ol Dallas at tbe courthouse thereof,
in the city ol Dallas, on tbe second Monday
In December next, then and there to au
swer to tbe petition ol Annie V. liowen
11. ed in said court on the 8th day of Novem
ber, 187, agaitint the said C. G. llowen,
and alleging in substance as lollows to
wit :
Tbat plaintiff and defendant were mar
ried April ilMt, l!-8U That defendant soon
after their said marriage began a course of
unkind, harsh and uegleetiul conduct to
wards rla'nslff, and tbat on or about Oc
tober 1st, 18M defendant abandoned plain
tiff and baa continued to n main away from
tier and failed to support her. Prays judge
ment for divorce, custody of minor child
Geraldine, costs ol suit, eic , etc.
Herein hill not, but have you then and
there belore said court tuts writ, with your
return thereon, showing how yeu have ex
ecuted tbe same.
Witness, H. W. Jones, clerk of the DIs
trlct Court of Dallas county Texas. Given
under my band and seal of said court at ol
Hce In city or Dallas this the 8th da ol
November, A. D. 1887.
ll. w. JOMCS.
Clerk District Court, Dallas Co.
By J. II. Stewart
Deputy

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