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' U'.' ou,Ba?.B, v.OL.38. ? ;. . DALLAS .TEXAS TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1887. NEW HERIKfl, VOL. a NO. 284 ill III III iM i v iu ill ii in in ! in . News Notes. . ' Ctebprne haa a aoholaalio popula- tionpr6pe(; ;', . Alderman, Bolknap, of Sau Antoulo . haa rcsiguorf his position, r . , The Daily Register it trying to alnrt ',' a coal field bobm lor Sbormau. Lougvlew Jincl'ou wae tl'lted by v a $S00y blfl.o enrty yesterday morning. ' Laiglma broke-into the Fraukliu county gafo Saturday night and robbed it of about $100, Alderman Connor, of San Antoulo, haa fallen hoir to au .'ntoieot In a vilu "able MUslsaippi estate. Labor troubles are exciting public atteution iu Loiilslnun. Sugar plan ta tlou baudi are ou a strike. . Fifty thousaud dollars - worth of properly went down iu flames at Cat io, III., yesierday moiu'ng. ' ' Frost and ice have visited Trnpa FJo., aud tho. iohabitaots' of tbia yel low fover b.rickcu place are jubilaut Nlua Vau Zaudt has inken no food . since the day before Spics was eseeut ed. Sue ia said to be wasUuu away by starvation. . , ; t 4 .v-V- ; Uudisciplfuetl, ' drunken . soldiers created a stir iu Brownsville Sunday. They wero arrested after much trouble and locked up. ) , Betweeu Tearkaua aud Lilt Io Rock ' Suuday night 1he Iron Mountain pay car coJ'itlod wilh a Ireight traln.l - A conductor and two brakomen .-were seriously injured, j ,. . r '. Tbe State is to bb represented to Ef Bauman's and Suit Company. 'iiSi-s.i--i--4--"OVERWHELMING AND SURPRISING LOW PRICES THIS WEEK IN Plain and Jet Beaded Plush Wraps, Plain and Fancy Newmarkets and Jackets. WHOLES ALIS JNU HETAZL MILLINERY. Straw, Wool and French Felt lints from the line at 10; Feathers, at $1. Don't MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS, 16 ASSORTED STYLES AL.. QUALITY AT $1.50, $2.25, $3.15 to $7.40. LADIES' JACKETS, 50 STYLES, CLOTH AND PLUSH, AT $1.90, $2.75, $3.85, $4.60 TO $16.59. LADIES' NEWMARKETS, 75 STYLES AND QUALITIES AT $3.90, $4.70, $8.10 to $13.85. LADIES' SHORT WRAPS, 60 STYLES, CLOTH, SILK AND PLUSH, FROM $4.60, $7.40, $9.20 to $65. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS, 20 STYLES AND QUALITIES, $1.90, $2.40, $3.60, $4.25 to $11. PRICES NO OBJECT. I AN DETERMINED TO SELL TO REDUCE MY IMMENSE STOCK. Ladies' Misses' and Children's Suits. 100 Flannel, Fancy Cloth and All-Wool Cashmere Suits, assorted colors and styles, select from former prices, $10 to $20. Will sell them at $J0. I will not wait until January to oiler bargains when all have bought. 1 will now sell cheap to give everybody a chance to buy. E. BAUMAN, Parisian Cloak and Suit Company WHOLESALE MILLINERY HOUSE, 706r 708 AND 710 ELM STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS. H Free Dislnliiiliini of Eliaui Cabinet Colore of . REINHARDT We have imported from Europe over Ten Thousand Elegant Cabinet Photographs high works of artat an enormous cost, simply to offer an ANNUAL SOUVENIR to the legion of friends and customers we have had the good fortune te secure. We do not offer this Souvenir as a bait for trade, for we give it away free, without any promise of trade, to every visitor to our palatial store ; but we do advertise in this liberal way to get people from every part of this State to come to Dallas to go to I. REINHARDT & CO 8, and there inspect a stock of CLOTHING and GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS that is not equaled in the entire South-swest. I. REINHARDT & CO., 736, 738 and 740 day by gon club from differeat eec t'.ona )u attendance upon the grand btate shoot at f Corpus Cbrlntl. The sport will last until tbe 25lb inst. ' '. Bob MeWhortcr, a uoiorlona horso tlef, hnbeen sentenced to ten years' imprisonment from Cooke county. He has Just passed a- number of trials in othor couutics ud his ieutences ag gregale olghtyt years. The ticket seller ' accompanying Howe's clrctia' was arrested at San An-' toulo and has been placed pndor $1000 cash bond. .IIoJs said (o be worth $.0,0O0, ado by swindling, people a the ticket window inmakiuj; change. The noteot chief of tbe border . ban:; dit gang, tyoralea, haa been captured by tho ningor company of Captain j Schmidt. (Morales is supposoiLto: be oue of tbe men who held up a stage I near Laredo' aud subjected a lady pae- j seuger to" the most vil'rluoui treat-1 Great forest Area contiuuo to rpge ia the Mississippi Taller. . Steamboat tiarol at night bet weep Vicksburglo a point 1('0 roller above Memphis has beon abandoued on account' of tbe deuse smoke.' Ilai.lway, travel iu a number of instances has been retarded by the flames.' There no iu bi rain to give hope iu the burning district. The talkcd-of railroad' from Austin to McGregor via Beltou aud Gcorg town 'ia assuming tangible shape ajra'n. In conslderaliou of people along the rdule fuiuisblug the right-of-wav oue hundred, feet wide, lur- ', Art. To be given away n'shing all necessary depot nnd shop gronuds aud grading tbefoad, a mou eyed company proposes lo equip and operate the samo. Thi proposition w'U likely be accepted 'C;' Baruum & Bailoy'n. thovgrontcsl shpw on eai'lb, burned 'Svnlay uigl-t at wlutor quatters in'Bjidgcpoii. Conu. The tiro is said tQ avo c . the work of an iuceudlaiy. , Among tbe animnls destroyed; wte four ek pbanls five iious, seven leppards, six pauiheis, four kaugaroosj six horses and a large number of smaller beasts. The loss is very heavy,' covered by ouly a small amount of Jusuianco. i f he Southern Taciflc Iihvay Com pahy have sued out a wrji of injunc tion in the Uuited States circuit court alGalvcstou restraining .the ,sl ' ikiug switchmen from inloi oi lug with tho movement of grains, .he road of flciala siale tbat a'l will be movjng as UBOrl Ju a short time, whi'o a move serious aspect is aunouueed by the stikerf iu case'thelr demands nro uot acceded to. ' ' ' , ; . i-i ' f ' ,t Devices of Advertisers. So msny dovices are -.esoited to by adveiiisers that the ordinary reader sometimes becomes shy o tho tempt ing paragraph, foaiing tbe advlco that is concealed in it like a pill iu jelly. Who, for instance, on beginning this item, would bave supposed that its Diu poso was to make known tho trutli that Dr. Sage's Catai'iB , 'Kemcdy is what it claims to br -a euro for a dis ease at once loathsome to friends, and annoying and oven dangerjous to the suQ'orer, 1 each. Tlnw Hundred Trimmed Hats in Satin Velvet, with Tips and Fancy miss This Week's Bargains. He sure and call. Free, absolutely Free, to & CO., A Mighty Flooi of Nor Fall Winter Styles bave wltliia I tie punt two weeks fillrd our house with liiiincnue Imriralui in Men'i, Hoys' nd Youtb'f Clothing; beautiful array of charming novelties in Men'i, Iloy'a and Youlb'i Overcoats; llch and elegant things in Hats, Neckwear, Mulders, 8ilk Handkerchiefs, HiiHpemlers. I'mlerwear, l)i ess tihli, Kuit Jackets, Shin Walxl. Pressing Gowns, Smoking Jackets, I'm bre'las, Cutis and Colara, llutlons, HoMeir In Tact, everr Imaginable novelty tbat can convey an Idea of a gentleman's com plete out lit. German PriiiceH. TUECKOWN l'KINCK OK OKIIMANY. PKINCEVIt,LrAM.TIIK IIEIK AI-l'ARKNT. Opora glasses for rent nt Beck's, next to S augers'. Call at Thompson & Price's and buy a boneless ham. 9( 9 Elm street. the Visitors and Patrons P In oil 5. Per ft THE GREAT ELM STREET CLOTHIERS- 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT FROM REGULAR MARKED PRICES. Just th ok ol It Twenty Per Cent I)leount! That sound hard for our conservative competitors but It haa to tome sooner or later, and as the chilling morning frost and tbe cold winds will drive people to our store for legitimate bargaina, so do we now. In that spirit ot liberality, oiler them now, in advance if tbe closing out season and Just In lime for their wants, these enormous bargains. Kemember well we do not fool the public. We advertise largely. We desire 'a reach by means of advertising every nosk and corner of this section, but our principle method of reaching the beans ol the people is. by our system of KKI.IAKLK DRALINQ rAl It and JUST KKriiESKN 1'ATION and tbe zealoua tare with wbicn we hold to our promises. Eighty Cents on the Dollar Irom former price. This Is exactly what our cuttln, pi lining process ol twenty per cent meas. To I leu and poor, to all alike, we oiler 11 4 great inducement for patronage. Compare our stork, our prices and our system of bus . ness belore you buy of us. If we canuet get away wltb any competition in Texas, ws ask not your patronage. Elm Street, Dallas, The Coming CH y Election. The election for a mayor and one alderman from the scoud ward will be held at places aud by presiding of ficers as follows: First ward, at tbe courthouse, Charles M.Terry. Second ward, at tbe corner of Camp aud Lamar streets, J. L. Pea cock. Third ward, at Frick's store, corner of Olive aud Bryau streets, Charles F Carter. Fourth word, at Craddock's store, near the corner of Marilla and Ervay streets, A. C. Ardroy. Fifth ward, at Five Poiuts grocery ftoro, Samuel P. Cross. Sixth ward at the corner of Live Oak and Hawkins Streets, Den Good- Mr. John Kunz who for a.long time has been a deputy county clerk, in the county court department, has resigned. Mr. Kunz was competent aud oblig ing. Ills place is filled by Mr. YV. A. Hudson who is promoted from tho position of deputy to tho commission ers court, because of his efllciency and faithfulness. lion. A. T. Hawthorn at the Bap tist Church last night delivered a very interesting lecture ou the subject of Brazil aud Baptist missions in tbat country. ltogers silver plated forks and spoons at manufacturer's prices at J. P. Doherty & Co's., 603 Main street' ?ii(l door from Lamar. Sweeping Sale. Marvels D of Texas.