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fflfi WW Oh 8KRIKS VOL. 38. DALLAS TEXAS. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1887. NNW HKUIKS. V OI,. i! NO. 'JJJII THE MAW IS AN IDIOT WHO THINKS I r 7 m. 7 SPECIAL SALE Kor llio Next Ton Pnvs ol BOYS' CLOTHING. up. Long Pant School Suit from $3.50 up. All the latest things in Kilts, Jersey Suits, Short Pant Vest Suits, and Double-Breasted, Square Cor nered Short-Pant Suits. We show yoo more styles in Boys' and Children's Sui!s than all other stores in town combined. I. CO., REINHARDT & TUK f.KADINCt BOYS' CLOTHIERS. I. REINHABDT & OOJMen's Department. ThnEnvs? Don't neplnct them. snort x ant scnooi suit trom xpi Will permit any merchant in Dallas to sell Clothing, Hats or furnisning Goods as low or lo er prices han they will. Reinhardt & Co. are not built that way Basing their claims for patronage on the broad prin cipal of always giving the best for the least, they have fairly flown beyond the reach of competition. Imi tators may try to imitate, calumniators may use calumny, and the envious may give vent to their spleen, the t uth stands out as brilliant as the unclouded noonday sun that ' I. REINHARDT & CO. Have the Finest Store and Stock in Texas. Cheerfully refund money to dissatisfied patrons. Willingly exchange any article they sell. Send goods C. 0. D. with prililege of examination. Hammer Jrices down to the lowest living prices. Carry a sack ten times larger than other houses.' Make Brides for Qualities lowest, in the State. i - I J A - --- ... Make honestv the foundation of alt their dealings These are some of the elements that attract trade to bur great ftore. We do business on business principals, and ask the custom of no one on the whining or whimpering plea of sympathy. If we do not sell you goods for less money than other dealers don't trade with us. I. EJCINE A'R Drr & CO., lHim and Murphy Street. Sell Goods for lower pries than anybody Guarantee every article or garment they sell. Bo the largest business in the State of TexaB. Show tne Finest Clothing in the United States. Retail Hats at Wholesale Prices. Name but one price, thft is the lowest. Treat millionaire ard mechanic equally polite. ' Hero we n II el' u line ufjfootU which III J point of e.vllcnce excci'iln niiylhliiK ever ot ic led the KOm people ofllilri i lly. Stilts liiuilc from u ulinrai'lcr ol l'ixhIh winch here tofore could only lie obtained in line tnilor Ini; enliihllNhmouts, mill trimmed mid Hindi) In a Hlyli' iiIiiiokI ( in 1 i the Uncut ciitni, i work, ii have In profusion- not one Htylii. lint dozens id' them. '1'lin mime may lie mild of our line of Overcoiitn. lint our gooda are not li ii cl to these excellent prudes. We liuve ii line of pmilH, ruiiL'ln In price (tout fi lo which In point ill lionoHl merit i have Hover been eitmlcil. Wo Hell only i Hint which will give kooiI, lioucut sathiliie I lion. No nutter how low tne price, yon I will lind the kiioiIh right. I. Reinhardt & Co., tii A li:adin( Clotbiers. Halters ail Farnisher LitttCHt New. A diflrrimiuating horao thiol' stole one of Soil? Bros.' trick liorsca nt Gainesville. Tho phvteriup; ou the new iStiito cnpitol was completed Saturday and tho workmen discharged. Tho trrand triumphal tour of (lie President nutl Mrs. Cleveland is fo bo rrotrnod by hu elaborately arranged demonstration at Washington City on their rot urn. The two robbers who were shot by J. Kariiest Smith, of San Antonio, the AVoIIb, Fargo Kxpresa messenger, have Leon identified as two men who for merly worked iii El Paso nt brick making and who wore known as Jack Smith and Dick Meyer. Smith was an escaped murderer, having killed a Prenchman named .1 tiles ISoUsclicr in Paso del Norte. The olllcers aro ou tho track of tho supposed confederate of llio two dead robbers. Stephen V. Kawson, a banker and millionaire of Chieitgo, was shot and fatally wounded by his step-son, Wm. Iioc, aged 17 years, as tho former emerged .with tho congregation from tho Third PrcHbytoriau Church at tho closo of tho morning service Suuday. Tho cause was that lie had charged his wife, who had sued for divorce, with atlilicry. When Informed ot the oc currence, tho youth's mother declared J Elm was glttd of it; that tho "old hypocrito" deserved it. Tho allair created tno biggest sensation that has occurred iu Chicago since tho anarch ist riot. Jioau county, W. V., U iu a lever of excilemcut in conscquenco of the bcrs, twenty in .number. ( n 'I hur-' Killed In IliisUolf. day night they murdered and robbod ! Cisro, Oi l. 17. News was received l?ev. M. Ryan, near tho towu ol" Will-1 here to-day ot the killing of A. J. ton, after which they compelled the Williams iu Haskell Saturday night family to send the body up stairs and u which George Snu brmtgh, slterill prepare breakfast for them. Tltociii- 0f Jones county, and his brother did zens lo tho number of 300 turned out, tho killing. It apponrs that George led by tho olllcers, and on Friday j Suarhroiigli was in tho "Rood ( Ruin" night encountered the roobers barri-1 hhIooii writing a loiter, when Williams caded iu a house right miles from j cninn in wilh a cocked doiible.-lmrrel SlfBonvillc, when a light ensued uiulishot gnu and threw it down on Scar Pin Hi Diillim .MuihIiiiI Shouts at a Murderer. A Ilrittal Ni'Kio ai IiiirKO. Lucy Ivy and two little boys were I.n-t night Marshul ih'cmiiui cuine up i picking cotlou on I)r. I'.rowder's farm. tvo of the robbers wcro killed and flvo of the citizens wounded. Several of tho robbers have been captured and lynched. It is said that Iau Cun ningham, a moinber of tho Kuroka Detective Co., of Charleston, W. Va. was the instigator of the gang. Jake, Coon ouo of the men captured, claims to havo formerly J belonged to the Jessie James gang. brough Scarbrough' brother, who vas near, rou and drew his revolver, which atlractod Williams' attention, and Georgo Scarbrough rose and grabbed Williams, .a,mt, ho and liis brother shot bini" live tnfffkilling him instantly. Tho trouble grew out ot an old grudgo in which Williams was indicted lor trying to bribe an olllcer and Georgo Scarbrough was the principal witness. Tho Scar broughs had an examining tritd Sat urday night, in which they were bound over in a bond of if.StHj each to await tho tu ti n of tho grand jury. with Zip Talmer on Gaston avenue, i I'last Dallas, who Imi been wanted for I some t tne for a murder committed iu I MmeHtoiio county. The innr.diiil ran ioverhim wilh his horse and knocked him down, when Taliuor crawled i thiottgh Mr. John T Williams' fence j and started for I'.eoinaii with a scant- ling. Tho marshal shot at him three I linti 8, hitting him, but in the dark ! uess Talmer got away. Marshal' Ileo i man has his hat, with blood on it, showing that his shots took ett'ect. Tho death IM.Ml. if iit'lo Kovveim, the An Old Pioneer Dead. Rockwall, Oct. 11. Mrs. Sa'lio Carter and Mr. James IJarrott ere buried yesterday, tho former at Rock wall ami the latter at the old Parker burying ground. Mrs. Ca'ter leaves two children who uro ornliatis indeed. 1 II I 1. . ..CM.. .. .1 their father having preceded her to I hv,! lio grave. Mr Rarrctt was an old i -,,r"--"v"l 'BB B,!"-,1,! " mau and one of tho heroes of Monto- l,,u " r... .. l itis is Hit! llitnl ciniii tney nave lost I he last ten days from membraneous croup. fur- grave tiiem- rcy, Mex. I to carried to his sabro wounds received in that orablo battle. Of Iho-pionoors who settled in this sottion of country live alone survive. Thoy are: John Dewoese, John (). ileath, James Truitt, Cadmus Duncan and Harrison Howell. Each of (hem has livetl his three score and ten years. Mr. Robert M. Ilaig who was incrly a cotton buyer iu Dallas, died September t li after a long llluess in Charleston, South Carolina. outrages of a despcrato gang of rob- j Co., 0C;i Main street I There Is no jewel so precious, no i blcssinjr so great as perfect health. If If vou want your watch or jovvulry lyour stomach is wettk nttd diiordered repaired take it to J. P. Doherty & i and needs a gentle yet btreugtheiiing Tlie Mevlenn Itnml. The famous Mexican National Hand wliich nttrncted so iiitich altetitiou at New ( )rlcan' Worlds Exposition and lint Dallas I'lxpn.-i inn last year ar rived in Dallas last night by the Texas & Pacific, and are now comfortably quartered at the Exposition grounds. Tuts grand hand of musical perlornt crs will play every day and almost every hour during tho fair, ami, alone, is worth the expense of tho trip trom tin. putt Texas fo the fair. east of the city, yesterday, when a negro man entered the field and dread fully abused the woman and one of the boys, knocking tlitm down and kicking them ''horse fashion," in: it driving them from (lie Held. Tho I It: it. mh's informant did not state whether the woman and boys thus wantonly assaulted were white or col ored. The negro is described as a "stout, heavy-set, dark-complccled devil, probably thirty years old." It is fioped the vigilanco of the olllcers may detect the burly fellow and bring hi ui to justice. Two Tin Inn it lny. The Texas tt Pacific is now running two trains a day wi'st w.'.rd one a through train to San Prancisco, and the oilier an accommodation, goiui; as far as Colorcdo Gity. fanners, through their Alliance oi g ini.ations, are doing much good for heuisilvew. The hallas County Alli ance cotton V'fd has been iu opera linn just four weeks, nml has received a'loul I. WO bales. The Central Ex change has received about -l.tltio bait's, j j,r nml tho samples ant still pouring in. j Cards are out to the marringe of Mr. W. fi, McDouald, one of our most deserving ami most promising youuu lawyers, to Miss llattie Steiumousi one of hallas' most lieautifitl and estimable young l.idies. Tho cere mony will fake place at the First. Methodist Church ou the evening of the '-'lilli. Will and his bride will make a visit to SI. Lords and other cities. at last report reaching i stimulant use Morris' Cascaritie. the it li iu I mm l.'i.UtJ" A. K. lioiiclie, the Main street grocer, lias just added a Hpleudid refrigerator. In which i'l'h anil f i-i hIi Flcliii'liiniiif h veast. which la l kepi as cold its can he. ! J1"'' the festive burglar went through Arlington Hotel Sunday night, was content with taking away only $10 worth ot articles which ! struck his faticv. Thirty-four prisoners iu tho count v ho li.i ulwuYS the fri-lio't country hotter, I hn'til'' nwn't the action nflhp .rnmil ...1 In. 1. L'l..f o,,l......ll,U IfA.lul u-lii..K la I C E. BAUMAN' S Wholesale and Retail Millinery, Fall aid Winter Styles for '87 anfl 1 OK CHILDREN'.?, MidSES' AND LADIKV JACKETS, NEW MARKETS, MANTILLA COATS, HAVERLOCKS, CAPES, ULSTERS, PLAIN CIRCULARS, SHORT WRAPS, RAG LANDS, Plaim or Beaded The above in Light and Heavy Weight. Parisian Cloak and Suit Company. Ladies' and Misses' Suits,? ot Latest Kubrick and .Miilo, in nil tuiilltlei anil Styles, raiislnit in price $4.90, $5.40, $6.25, $7.80. $8.35, $9.70, $11.25, $14.50. 19.00. $33.50 to $65.00. Elegant Black and Colored SILK SUITS, to be told at the cost of the material. THE .PA. R I S I AN CLOA K AN D SLTLT CO. J knock the bottom out of prices for the next twenty diiyn. I '" . i.tiiptlitiKn to meet my Price-, (iinihtic n. Mxlc. ic-in fiT.nvifl liAKf;MN SALTS TI-EIS WKKK. Sm pmr 4 nml Ilutton Kid Ulovci nil ( olorit. at 4.V, ami !He pnlr. M pmr Opei 8lmde, Foster Patent, ii to In Hooka, at nwe to f.'2.i. Special Tiouclo Ioisoys Coat Back, All Colors, at Only UUc. All Willi ll ilnllhlc, PATTERN "H ATS AXI J50XX KTS OX DISPLAY. i My vsit eolleetloii of new and altraetlve Milltnerv TriniintiiKa of Silk Velvets, 1'liisliea in Plain Ulncc. Moire anil Heailed, lo an lminene line of I ompoii t'Jeki' Pi nnea Wlnira. Kanev Kealhera. Tlpi and Half Plntne. I ntriinnied Hall and honnets, in Milan l'ltmh Kelt and Velvet, rover. il. of Eurojiean and Atneri eafl uianuinrlurc, are ready for luapeetlun. My Wholemile block (juaranleei atylea iu Minpea and colora lliut no hou in the Male can ahow. e Lead Myie and lrlrea PAU1S1ANCLOAKAND SUIT COMPANY i now readv to ahow a complete and inanitlceiit line of I.itfbt and Heavy Wvipht ."burl Wrap". Plain or Jet Headed. Alio an elegant line of Ladies' Mlaaen' and bildn-n'i "nlta banilMinm UeaiKtu and tahriei in the latest full lyle of Paris, London, Berlin and Americau Specialties. Mr prices Ihi seaimi will he lr below iiivlhin"inereil in tbiseity. All are cordially invited lo come aud examine our "Uits aud Wraps of Latent Design and Make. All Suits or Wraps bought ot us wi'll lie Tilted to the form free of charj;e. B. Rfl.iTma.-n, Parisian Cloak and Suit Company, Wholesale Millimery House, 700, 708 and 710 Elm Street, JJ alias.