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OLD SKKIH8 VOL. 38.
DALLAS TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1887.
NEW HKKIKH,
VOIj. 2 NO, 238
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WELCOME!
Pleasantly anticipated the day haj arrived. Dallas arrays herself in the gayest holiday attire to welcome
her guests on the
T
RIUHNT
INAUGURATION
A FIIiI IN HUMAN FOIOf.
A lliiNband Forced Open Ills
Wlfe'n Mouth ami Delib
erately Shoots In
to It.
of a STATE FAIR without a parallel in the South, and an EXPOSITION of the great en
deavors, matchless achievements, energy, enterprise and industry of Dallas and surrounding
country, a brilliant display combining the matchless splendors of the Orient with the mag
nificence of the Occident. With martial music and gay decorations, bunting and banners
fluttering in the breeze of this glorious autumn day, Dallas tenders a warm ovation to
The Chief Magistrate of the State.
Amid the sheuts, the enthusiasm, the great good humor and the exclamations of admirations
on this the
GRAND OPENINGf DAY
Wepau?eto repeat our caption of "WELCOME!" WELCOME! stranger of the North.
WELCOME ! visitor from the East. WELCOME ! friends from the West. WELCOME home
folks of the South. Sanger Bros, welcomes all. Visit our exhibit at the grounds, WEL
COME! Call at our establishment in the city. WELCOME! Our reception Parlors are
open for the convenience of lady visitors. WELCOME!
Chattanoooa, Teun., Oft. l'O. A
liorriblo CH8o of iloliboratc attempt at
wito murder occurred at Duytoii, near
thiH city Tuesday night. A man
named McAlislor went into his wife's
room at I ho (Jrccn Hotel and, opening
her mouth diHchurgedi Smith & Wen
son pistol into it, the bullet penetrat
ing the root her of mouth and lodging
near thu lett eye 1'ho unfortimuto
woman waB in a rielieato condition,
which exasperated her hunband, who
bore an unsavory reputation in this
section. McAliaiutv was arrested and
jailed. There is talk of lynching him.
The murderer, after lniny placed in
jail, h id that it was his purpose to
kill hit) two children and then himself.
At last accounts the woman was not
dead hut tho cannot live.
Pianos Hold for easy monthly or
quarterly payments. -W LI A. (to., 7:17
Main btrcet.
Oriental Gallery.
A new photograph gallery will bo
opened at 8U8 Alain street within the
next '.'0 days where the best cabinet
photos can bo bad at tlireo dollars per
dozen, all other sizes iu proportion.
Hold your orders till tho grand open
ing of the Oriental.
Oct. 12, 1887.
Divorce Day
The divorce suits in the district
court was called to-day, and up to
three o'clock the following cases were
disposed of divorces being granted
Luclla .Shullz vs Henry Shultz,
Joseph Grossman vs Sallie A. Grose
limn, Mora E. Taylor James Taylor,
Dl'a Meeks vs Frank Meek a, Catherino
A. Carter vs Frank It. Carter. Other
coses were continued.
SANGER BROS.
Tarry Hros... real estate agency, St.
George hotel block, Dallas, Texas.
! Pianos sold for easy monthly or
quarterly payments. Will A. Watklu
& Co., 737 Main street.
The following railroads sent in their
annual reports yesterday to the comp
troller, showing business in Texas for
the yenr ending Sept. .'ID, 1M87:
Texas Central Keccipln ,.'!)9,00,
expenses $"lt).0H3
Houston, Ivist it West Texas I5e
ceipls sjiXKyitiO, expenses $2011,420.
Houston & Texas Ccntrul Kcccint
iJsS.OL'fl.HnO expen-es l,:i(li,'l.'f.
Texas Mexican I'eceiplH "ft 1 72,7.1 1,
expenses $121,(:!7.
Austin & Northwestern Itcccipts
!j.89,.Vif;, expenses $7.'),7 17.
Fort Worth Si New Orleans Re
ceipts 7l,tiOI, expenses :il,!l.'..
I'oikI'h Kviritri without an equal lor
Forty years, lor Plica, Inltumutlons mid
Hemorrhage, olc, curries tbls prestige
Willi every hottlo.
Sleiuway pianos are tho favorite of
the world. Will A. Watkin & Co.,
solo agents.
Telcptione Connection Willi the Fair
Grounds.
The Krie Telephone Company have
opened an otllee at tho Fair Grounds,
where any one can get connection
with the city for 10 cents for a con
versation of live minutes. Subscrib
ers iu the city can Mcure connection
with parties at tho Fair Grounds by
paying 10 cents messenger fee.
C. A. l'.KAD, Managor.
;. BAUMjA,N'8i
and Retail Millinery, Parisian Cloak and Suit Company.
esae
CM
rC:
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,!
ol Latest Knlirlci and Make, In all (jiinlillei and Stylos, ranging in price I
$4.90. $5.40, $0.25, $7.80. $8.35, $9.70, $11.25, $14.50.,
$19.00, $33.50 to $05.00. Elegant Black and Colored SILK
SUITS, to be sold at the cost of the material. ;
I) ICS.
M i WiEUr Styles for '87 MM
OK GIIILUKKX'S. .MILKS' AND I.AOIJX'
JACKETS, NEW MARKETS, MANTILLA COATS, HAVERL0CKS,
CAPES. ULSTERS. PLAIN CIRCULARS, SHORT WRAPS, RAG
LANDS, Plaim or Beaded. The above in Light and Heavy Weight.
XI 111 PA.RISI .A.N" CLOAK AND SLIITCO.
will knock the l.oitoin out of prices lor the next twenty dii. I defy competition l meet my Prices, Qiiiilltiei and
KIDCJ'LOVK HAKO.AIX SALK TiriH WKKK.
2(H)' pair 4 and II Hutton Kid Gloves all Colors, at 4Se. lir,e and Hue pair. I fill pair Opera Shades, Foster Patent, (I to in Hooks, ul line to 1.2.. All worth lnul)le.
Spocisvl Hcmrle .Jerseys, Coat Back, All Colors, tit Only ().
1J ATT K I IN I I A TS AM I k")N N H.TS N D 1 S 1 'T.AY .
Mv vat enlleetion of new and attractive. Mlllineiv Trimmings of Silk Velvets, Plushes In Plain Glare. Moire and Headed, al-o mi Immense line of Pompon
lwk.M-nuZ.iWi M l-eathura. TIn mid Half Plume.,. Clilrimmud Hal. and Honuets, in Mihins IM.1. Pell and Velvet, eovered. nl hurnpean and Amen-
cm i manu!a""'ri, rontly for inspection. My Wholesale t lock guarantee, styles iu Shapes and colors I bat no hou.c in ibe Male eau show. We I.eadMy.e and
l"'e" AIMSI AN CLOAK AND SUIT COMPANY
, . . , , ... . l0n,inir tid mnniflrnt line of l.iirlil and lleavv Weiuht Short Wraps ITaln or .lit Headed. Also an elegant line of Ladles', Misses' and
ri,?Mn.n'C i suits land"oni leaiiraa and lal.riea in I he latest fall nlvlca ol Purl. London. Jlerini ami An.eneau ,eomUi:.. .My t-n.c. Ihia .ca.son 111 l,c tar 1)"
a..vtH?nVo'red ill ! tliia "iiy All re eordially invited to eon.e aiid examine our M.iU and Wrapa of Latest leiKn and Make. All Sulll or raps lmnKht ol na
wi'lf be'littl to the form liee of eliate. ,
B Bauman, Parisian Cloak and Suit Company,
Wholesale JVLiimnery xiouse, ivo, tuo ana iu suim owuei, uanua.
THE MAN IS AN IDIOT WHO
THINKS
SPECIAL SALE
For the Net Ton l)y i!
I0YS' CLOTHING.
.TheBoyit Don't netlect them.
Short Pant School Suit from $2
p.- I
Long Pant School Suit trom $3.50
P- '. 1
All the latest things un Kilti,
ersey Suits, Short Pant Vest Suits,
and Double-Breasted, Rnnare Cor-
lered Short-Pant Suits.
We show yon more atyles'm Boy'
ni Children's Suits than other
tores in town combined
I. REINHARDT Sj .OO.jMen's Department.
I. REINHARDT & CO.,
TIIK I.KAI't.Nii
BOYS CLOTHIERS.
Will permit any merchant in Dallas to sell Clothing, Hats or f urnisning Goods as low or lo er pne s han
they will. Reinhardt & Co. are not built that way.. Basing their claims for patronage on the broad prin
cipl of always giving the best for the least, they have fairly flown beyond the reach of competition. Imi
tators may try ta imitate, calumniators may use calumny, and the envious may give vent to their spleen, the
tuth stands out as brilliant as the unclouded noonday sun that
I. REINHARDT & CO.
Sell Goods for lower prices than anybody Have the Finest Store and Stock in Texas.
Guaranty every article or garment they sell. Cheerfully refund money to dissatisfied patrons.
Do the largest Business in the State of Texas. Willingly exchange any article they sell. .
Show tee Finest Clothing in the United States. Send goods C. 0. D. with prililege of examination.
Retail Hats at Wholesale Prices. Hammer prices down to the lowest living prices.
Name but one price, that is the lowest. Carry a stock ten times larger than other houses.
Treat millionaire and mechanic equally polite. Make prices for qualities lowest in the State.
Make honesty the foundation of all their dealings.
These are some of the elements that attract trade to our great rtore. 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
ell you goods for less money than other dealers don't trade with us.
I. lUjILN'I-lA.IlJJT & CO., Elm mid Muruhv Streets.
1 Here we olfer n line ofKoda which in
1 point of exili nce exeerda anything ever of
! Irreil the Kuod people of I III H eily. Mjlita
: made from a aharaeler ol tf.mda which here
tofore, eon Id only lie iil.liui.ed in tine tailor.
! I ni; e-tal,llliine'ila. and trimmed and made
in a atyle alino.t eqiialiiiK (he lineal euxtoiit
I work, we have to profusion not one stylo.
! but doena of them. The aame may he aaid
of our line ol Overcoala. Hut our Kooda are
not routined to Iheae excellent ((radea. We
have a line of poods, rantrlntr in price Iroia
, (tl to 12. which in point of honest merit
have never been equaled. We aell only
i that w hich will trlve good, lionext anllalar
Itlon. o matter how low tne price, you
I will lind the goods right.
I. Reinhardt & Co.,
I I I I.KADINU
Clofcs, Hatters anfl Fnrniskers .

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