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OLD SERIES VOL. 38.
DALLAS TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1887.
NEW REHIFfl.
VOL. 2 NO. 285
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News NotcH.
McMjuito im f hippoil about .'1500
bales of cotton this sciisoh.
The reward for John Connor hits
been reduced from WXi to 2(X).
Troliia will be running on the Cot
ton licit to Plnuo by Dccombor 1.
Cotton Jielt (ruins will soon bo run-
ning iuto Uillsboro lrom Corsicaua.
A drug store aud tho posloflleo at
lillican wus robbod Monday night.
Monday evening tho small child of
Jno. "V. Jtattle, was Bei tously btiruud
at Loiigview.
Austin is making every preparation
for tho intcr-Mato drill to be held in
that city next May.
Jlurglars havo becu at work at Mel
issa. Tho store of Graves & Ogilvio
was forced open by them.
Tho Cotton 13clt road at Waco com
plains that its property has been taxed
$:)0XH) in excess of its real value.
Mr. Crisp, the purchasor ofCol. Bar
tow's iulcrct in tho Waco Examiner
was to receive his intcrCKt in tho pa
per to-day.
Tbo electric light system will soon
prevail in San Angelo. Xearly every
business man in the place has subscrib
ed for one or moro lights.
' William liucklinllz, a German farm
er, was killed near Palestine Monday
evening by the wheels of his wagon
pausing ovor his body. Causo, intoxi
cation. A fair association ha) been organ-
E. Bauman's Parisian ClaaiL and Suit Bompany.
OVERWHELMING AND SURPRISING LOW PRICES THIS WEEK IN
Plain and Jet Beaded Plush Wraps, Plain and Fancy Newmarkets and Jackets.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MILLIiNTIJRY.
Straw, Wool nml French Felt Hats from the line at 10c each. Thrco Hundred Trimmed Hats in Satin Velvet, with Tips and Fancy
Feathers, at $1. Don't miss This Week's Bargains, lie sure and call.
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS, 16 ASSORTED STYLES AND 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 $16.50.
LADIES' NEWMARKETS, 75 STYLES AND QUALITIES AT $3.90, $4.70, $8.10 to $13.85.
LADIE8' 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. Sweeping Sale.
100 Flannel, Fancy Cloth and All-Wool Cashmere Suits, assorted colors and styles, select from former prices, $10 to $20. Will
sell them at 80.00. I will not wait until January to oiler bargains when all have boiurht. 1 will now sell cheap to uive everybody a
chance to buy.
E. BAUMAN, Parisian Cloak and Suit Company
WHOLESALE MILLINERY HOUSE, 706, 708 AND 710 ELM STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS.
M Fit iliili of isi Cabinet m
of
I. REINHARDT
We have imported from Europe over Ten Thousand Elegant Cabinet
Photographshigh works of art at an enormous cost, simply to offer an
ANNUAL SOUVENIR to the legion of friends and customers we have
had the good fortune to scure. 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 palatnal store ; but we do advertise in this liberal
way to get people from every part of this State to come to Dallas to go
o I. REINHARDT & CO'S, and there
1 GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS that is not equaled in the entire Southwest.
j Izod at San Ange'o with a capital
j stock of $100,000. Ouo hundred acres
I of ground bat been scoured aud a char
J ter appllcr applied for.
! From Grccnvillo siuco its advent
I iuto that town the Cotton Molt Itoad
has shippod 300 bales of cotton. The
1 receipts of this branch to dale sinco
J November 1 are $800.
Tho situation of tho switchmen's
1 strike at Houston aud Galveston ro-
mains about tho aauio. New labor ia
being imported aud ii is thought a
freight blockade will hardly ensue.
Kickiug Kuigbls of Labor have in
augurated a game of freezs-out with
Goucral Master Workmau l'owderly.
The II rat meeting for this purpose
was hold in Chicago Monday night
In tho district court at JKort Worth
yesterday Mrs. M. M. Lester secured
damages against the Texas & Pacific
railway for $-112, for the accidental
killing of her sou, a fireman, a few
mouths ago.
Mrs. Green, the HI Fuao woman,
proves to be a valuablo prosecuting
witness in the cases of train robbers.
It Booms that El Paso was mado gen
eral headquarters aud alio wns into
tho sccrots of all tho maneuvering.
It scorns that the purported will of
tho Boaa cstato which was recoived at
Iionham may yet figuro conspicuously
in the case. Mrs. Geo, the lady men
tioned in the will, lives at Templo aud
says all the parlies signing tho will at
witnesses ore now dead but did atono
time really exist.
Art. To be given away
inspect a stock of CL0THIN0 and
I. REINHARDT & CO., 736, 738 and 740
A shooting scrape occurred in the
courthoueo at "' Houston V yesterday
morning between Sheridan L. Main
man aud Samuel L. Barrett. Tho
later emptied the chambors of a 88
calibre double-action pistol at Main
man, one of which took effect in the
right arm. Barrett, tho ' amaultlug
party was carried to jail, and to a re
porter stated the causo of tbo shooting
to j be' for Improper, conduct by
Maium.iii towards Barrett's wife.
Two San Antonio boyij have just
been convicted of murder In tho first
degree aud sentenced to tho peniten
tiary for life. In July they wore cap
tured and jailed, charged: with theft
Later they escaped aud one was ro"
captured. This one diBcloiVJ a state-
moot to officers the horrible? details of
which could not havo bceninoro de
liberately planned and exceufed by the
most hardened crimiual in Texas. It
ww : That thrco had banded them.
! selves together for tho purposo of
! committing theft aud burglary, and
! with an oath swore to end tho lifo of
j c-ithnr of the three who should give
uway their dnds. One "squealed"
; and was afterward decoyed into a
cavo and murdered by his two com
panions in crimo. Upon this dis
closure officers visited the cave aud
found the skeleton of tbei murdered
boy aud a lot of stolen property there
concealed. 1 ' i
llogors silver plated forks and
spoons at manufacturer's prices at
J. 1. Doherty & Co's., tiQ3 Main street
2nd door from Lamar. f
Free, absolutely Free, to
& CO.,
AMMty Flood of New
Fall is Winter Styles
liave wlllilo tho putt two week tilled our
bouHe with ImmeTine bargains In Men's,
Hoys' and Youth'i Clothing; a beautiful
array ol charming novelties ia Men's, lioy'i
and Youth'a Overcoats ; rich and elegant
thine in ilata, Neckwear, Mutllers, Silk
Handkerchiefs, Hupenders, luderwear,
Dreaa Suiru. Knit Jackets, Shirt Wainta,
Dressing Gowns, Smoking Jacket. I'm
urcllas. Cuds and Colars, lluttons, Hotdery
In fact, every Imaginable novelty that
cas conrey an idea of a gentleman's com
plete outfit.
PRATRK OOD, 1'IIOM WHOM ALL 1ILK8S1N0H
FLOW;
PRAIBK HIM, ALL CIIEATUKKS IIK11F. nKIW;
PRAIHK DIM AIIOVK, YK IIKAVKNLY HOST;
rHAIKK FATIIKIt, WIN AND HOLY UHOSTl
' A Tlianknglvliig Kent Intent.
McMastrr,' the hlHtorlun, when asked
fora ThankHglvIng sentiment, wrote tins:
"Every limn toriny rams more money,
wears lx'ttcr clothes, cats better food mid
of niorc kinds, lives tn a nmrecomfortnblo
home, knows more of the world, holds
broader views than he con Id possibly havo
done when tho Nineteenth century enmo
lu.y
. The I'limpklii Tie.
; 'Tin rliiilmrb pie in early Rpriug,
Anil Konsi-U'rrr in June;
And C'hrifttmaH lime It'll rich mluce pie,
MomliiK, uiKlitaud noon.
But the itiyal pin for Thanksgiving
In pumpkin, guldcu yellow.
Ah! Unit's the kind fur me, if out
For any other fellow!
A CITY THANKSGIVING.
Uli ! russet In the fomrt,
. No leaves left on a tree,
No shelter there for fellow
'Vhntrninn like vou ami me.
the Visitors and Patrons
Piiiils, fell
THE GREAT ELM STREET
CLOTHIERS.
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
FROM REGULAR MARKED PRICES.
Jut th nk ol It Twenty Ter Cent Dlncomit ! That sound hard for our conservative
competitors but It baa to come sooner or later, and as the chilling,' morning frost nnd the
cold wind will drive people to our itore for legitimate Imrgaina, so do we now. In that
spirit ot liberality, offer them now, In advance cf the cIohIu: out seanon aud Just In time
for their wanta, these enormous bargains.
Remember well we do not fool tbe public. We advertinc largelv. We desire to
reach by means of advertising every nook and corner or this nectioii, hut our principle
method of reaching the heart ol the people is, by our system of KkXtAHLK lKAI.IG
KAIK and JUST UKl'UK8ENTATION aud tbe r.ealou care with wlnco we hold to our
promises.
Eighty Cents on the Dollar from former price. This Is exactlv what our euttin",
pruning process ol twenty per cent mea"s. To rich and poor, to all alike, we otter tlu
great inducement for patronage. Compare our tock, our prlcet and our ivtcm of busl
nea before you buy of us. If we cannot got away with any couipelltion'iu' Texas, we
ask not your patronage.
Elm Street, Dallas,
Oh! cold are country lireeiea,
And warmer ia the town;
B trav'liiiK ou our upiiers,
My ehutn und me uoines down,
For we're sure of one good layout
if turkey, meat and pies:
A real Tliati kstrivi lit,' dinner,
Knouli to lit our sitv
And lll.Hlk'll we ct In) luuvy
And likewise nary Imvi
We're mighty thankful, fcir II
Must Inst us one holi-vr:ir.
. 1
Copt. W. C. Walsh, who is hero on
a visit in tho into est of (he Confed
erate limine, fools much encouraged
over tho prospects of aid from the
people of Dallas. This is a worthy
causo and should bo liberally nut at
tho hands of pcopto every where.
Tho money order business in Dallas
last week amounted to $:M ,9.15.1(5.
The street car lines of Main aud San
Jacinto streets will soon bo connected.
The curved rails to bo used in the
work havo arrived.
Thanksgiving services to-nighl at.
tho First Baptist Church.
u
of
Texas.
Mams
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