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OLD 8RRIR8 VOL. 38.
DALLAS TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1887.
NKW HKKIKH,
VOL. 2 NO. 253
Wholesale Prices Knocked
Some of the Bargains that Will Be Oflered to Close
At Least 20 Per Cent Saved
I.
& Go.
The Live, Wide-a-Wake
CLOTHIERS
Gents' Furnishers
-and-
Hatters.
Trains on Oak Cliff Elerated Railway
WILL BUN AS FOLLOWS :
Leave Leave
St. Goortre Street ' Court-House
Station. Square.
0:3ft am 6:!) am.
1-M am . " am
8:.'I0 am 8:0 am.
0:!K am tb am.
10:rO am KM 3 am.
11:80 am 113 am.
12:2C pm 12:00 m.
1:0 pra 1) pm.
2:30 pm 2:C3 pm.
8:30 pm 34) pm.
. 4:80 pm. 4:00 pm.
6:30 pm o;f ) pm.
0:30 pm .' .' 6:10 pin.
Will stop at Krst, Third, Klfth, Eighth and
Tenth Street Stations. Trains wllf run un
til 11 p. m. on special occasions. Fare 10
oents ; to residents oi use unn. o cents
Dallas Opera House
TO-NfGHT, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8.
The People's Favorite Comedlar,
John F. Ward, as 'Higgins"
In the Beautiful Domestic Comedy, entitled
THE DOCTOR.
Comedy, rathos and songs.
Attraction Extraordinary
Two Niehta Onlv Wednesday and
Thursday Evenings.
November 9 and lO,
of America's Fa vol He Artist,
Miss Jeffreys Lewis,
Supposed by Mr. HARRY MAINUALL
and her own Superb company.
TWO GRAND PERFORMANCES.
Wednesday Evening,
LA BELLE RUSSE,
Thursday Evening,
FORGET ME N OT
Not. 11 ADELAIDE RANDALL.
SACRIFICING
Rent
250 Children'! and Missel' Cloaks, to be told at $1.50, $1.90, $2.25
$3.40, $4.70 to $6.90,
280 Ladies' Newmarkets, plain and fancy trimmed, at $3.65, $4.90,
$5.70, $6.10, $7. tc $9.50.
325 Ladies' and Misses' Jackets, in plaid itripei and plain, at $1.75
$2.35, $3.15, $4.60 to $6.90.
160 Beaded Mantillas, in Oroi Grain and Twill Silk, at $9.80,
$11.40, $12.70, to $13.65.
500 Short Wraps, latest Stylet and all qualities, at $4.75, $5.90
$7.80, $9.30 to $32.50.
260 Plnih Coats and Wrapt, $12.50, $14.75, $19.25, $22.50, $29.00
to $65.00.
B. BAUMAN, Parisian Cloak
l WHOLESALE MILLINERY HOUSE, 703, 708 AND 710
They Have Eclipse! This Season
every previous effort In llielr bunl
uess, and the steady rush ol thou
iiiida of visitors to their Mumuioth
Kstahllshinfliit la simply lomrthiiiK
miirvclotiH. Such a thing ns visitlug
the Dallas State Fair and not visit
ing I. Heiiardt & Go's
Clothing Palace,
in like going to Rome without seeing the
Pope.
I. REIZsTHARDT & 00.
736, 738 and 740 ELM STREJET, DALLAS, TEXAS.
LATEST NEWS.
Wliiterlght In (J ray sou county voted
ou SaturJayiu favor of incorporation.
Only one new case of yellow fever
was roporled at Tampa, Ha., yeHtorday.
The Mexican Veterans are holding
their fifteenth annual reunion at "-ort
Worth.
Too Fifth National Dunk of St.
Louis was yesterday forced to suspeud
payments.
A game of poker near Mount Pleas
ant Saturday evening resulted In the
pbooting of E titer Barnett by Bill La-
C?. 4- - m,,
' Gen." Iluger having whipped the
Crow Indians into a peaceful mood
Saturday, tho host! es are now return
ing to their reservation.
Cecil Hough, a boy brakenion 17
years old and sou of conductor Hough,
foil from the top of a Ireight car Sat
urday evening at Corsicuna and was
crushed to death under the wheels.
It is reported that the cholera quar
antine on Hoffman Islard near Now
York, is a farce, and that people visit
the cholera subjects and have escaped
to the main land.
At a horse race Saturday ou Ember
son Prairie in Lamar coHuty, John
Hughes attacked a youug peacefully
disposud ii. an named Ball, killing him
with a pistol. The muMorer escaped.
An engagement between Geu. Hu
ge r's forces ana the hostile Crow In
dians of Montana. Saturday resulted
in the routing of thesavagos. A num
ber of Indians killed and one corporal
and two privates of tho army.
In au attempt to arrest the Connor
outlaws near San Augustine by the
E. BAUMA.N'
Continuation of
CLOAK, WRAP and LADIES'
THIS WEEK AT PEICES AD VERTISED.
Wherj muny houses are liable to take ad
vantage of thu rush and charge 1 Igh iirioos
for goods, I. U KIN II AUDI' & CO., alive
keenly alive, to a " hereatter,"
Knock tHe Bottom Out of iH Prices :
in Taylor Ut Mii
for Men and boys! lor
le iris ml Uitarar.
and for the y
Lateot Novelties in Hats.
shorifl's pose Monday, Fred Connor
was killed and old man Willis Connor
was wounded, but escaped. One of
the pos8 had a finger shot off.
At Texarkaua yesterday A. Gold
burg was braiued with a vagon spoke
by Joe Marx, who says he would not
have rcsortod to such a dangerous
weapon had not Goldburg slandered
the womou of his family, '
The report como4 from San Angelo
that pcBrls of groat value have been
found in the Concha 'river. A' man
named Clubb has In 'the last few
months found 800 beautiful' pearls in
tnussol shells in the sfekWfvC portions'
of the stream.
Adalfo Deloon and Cliico Pelon, two
of the robber cliioi's and the worst of
all the 'landits, wore aprestod by Mexl
can authorities across from Rio
Grande Citv,Sunday,also the Rauche
ro who has been harboring them, and
all will be shot.
During the fair a box of beautiful
shells, belonging to MiBS Cora Slem-
mous, was stolen from tho geological
hall. Ou tho same evening, us Miss
Cra was returning to the city in a
crowded street car, a bracelet was
stolen from her.
Buckwheat, roasted coOoes, canned goods
mackerel, herrings, apple butter, fresh
crackers, etc., at liouvhe's 824 Main street
Douglas Bros., tho Merchant Tail
ors, 708 Main street, have received
their fall and winter stock of the most
fashionable suitings. They solicit the
orders of those desiring perfoct fitting
itariueuU aud made in the moot urtis-
tio mauuor.
Slop at Thompson & Price's and
see the 1001b ham (Wliiltai-ei s), also
the bost selection of faticy groceries in
north Texas
Ladies', Misses and Children's
Ready Made Suits.
Special Bargain See, Latest
Style, all Colon, Fabrics and
Sizes.
250 Misses' and Children's Ready Made
Suits, at f3.B0, S.S5, 4.floto -Vi.
tST0 Ladies' Units, at S.l.ttt, IH.40, tft.70,
12.M), f 14.H0, 18.50, 'i8.25 to $7.OU.
The fbove Suits In Cashmere, Tricot,
Munny, Plaid Flannels and the latest Cloths
manufactured for the fall and winter season.
An elcirant line of Mack and Colored
Suit at Surprising low Trices.
all to Smithereens.
Buyers.
Over any Other House in the City
With a keen eye to hii-iness with the
people from this broad State in the "Fu
ture" as well,
I. REINHARDT & CO.
thus olfer these extraordinary opportuni
ties to the thousands ot Dallas' welcome
v'sitors. We have special attractions and
bargain" In every Department, especially
tills week in
Unflerwear and
of every known grado and quality.
PERSONAL.
Mrs Julia Fitzhugh is quite ill.
J. B. Morrie and wifo, Shrevcport,
were in town yesterday.
Col. R. S. Kimbrough, of Mosquito,
was in Dallas yesterday.
Alderman Loeb loaves to-day for a
ten days' trip to New Orleans.
Dr. J. C. Ryan aud Mr. J. Brown,
Embree, were in town yesterday.
Miss Mollio O'Neill, of Corsicuna, is
a (rue'st of Mrs. Mollie Rhyuo, of East
Rass avenue. ; ,
Lucille, daughter of C. H. Smith, of
iOffrAfbo'd WeefliaV a serious attack
of typhoid fover.
V. W. Watkius, who has been ou an
extended trip to New York and othor
points, has returnod.
Miss Re n a Nolan, a charming youug
lady of Coli rudo City, after a two
weeks' visit to this city, returned
home yesterday.
The IIekald acknowledges a call
irom Mr. James II, Palser, advance
agent of Rice's Evangelino Extrava
ganza, which splendid company will
appear at tho opera house ou next
Monday nnd Tuesday evenings.
On the return from Galveston of
Father Martiuiere active steps will bo
taken toward the erection of the oi
thodral. Ktelnway I'lamm.
Steinway Pianos mean perlectiou,
and in "pintiotalk" porfprtion moans
steimway Pianos. Aud again, Stem
way llanos boiug pe rfection, are tho
pianos that those who cau appreciate
superiority wish to tuy. Will A.
Wutkin & t;o 737 Alain street sole
agents for Steiuwiy Pianos.
Overcoats
s
Wholesale and Retail Millinery.
Ileadxuarters for Leading Styles
PARISIAN NOTELTIES IH PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS,
Fancy Feathers, Plumes, Silk Velvets, Flushes, Bibbons and
everything pertaining to the Millinery business. My prices this
season will be far below anything ever offeied in the state. All
are cordiall invited to come and examine out Suits, Wraps and
elegant line of Millinery of latest design and mak.
ALL SUITS 0E WBAPS BOUGHT OF US WILL BE FITTED TO THE
F0BM FREE OF CHARGE.
and Suit Company
ELM STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS. '
I.
& Co,
ThelLlve, Wldo-a-Wake
CLOTHIERS
Gents' Furnishers
-and-
Hatters.
Remharflt
Diatrlct Court.
Distiict court was convened this
morning. All the jail criminal cases
were set for to-morrow morning. In
caso of State vs. Win. Chapman and
W. C. Reynolds for theft ol yearllug,'
recognizance was forfeited, aud, later
parties appearing, forfeiture was on
motion set aside
A suit for divorce was filed by"
Annie V. bower against C. G. Bower.
Petition alleges they .were marriod at
Galitois. Ohio, in April, 1880, and
after a course of unkind conduct to
ward her by her husband, she was
abandoned by him 4 1884- : Seay Af ' 5
Lauderdale, attorneys.
In tho district court to-day a suit
was filed by Schneider & Davis
against Edward Smith ; garnishment.
At the Opera House.
The largo audionce at the opera
house last evening were finely enter
lained by the John F. Ward Com
puny lu ".The Doctor," a ueat and re
fined comedy from the German. The
comedy elomout figures a great deal,
though thero Is a serious vein also
Mr, Word is a splendid comedian, and
he receives excellent support. Several
catchy songs aro r ndered, among
which ore "I'm Sorry It Ever Oc
curred " and " Higgins' Lameut. " The
play will be on the boards again to
night, and tlioso who attend will cer
tainly be tho recipients of a dolightfu
theatrical treat.
A movement is reported on foot to
elart a weekly paper in East Dallas.
Thompson & Price aro headquarters
for Whit taker's fanciest goods.
The framework for artesian boring
iu the City Park is about completed.
SUIT SALE
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