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SERIES VOL. 38. DALLAS TEXAS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1887. NEW PEHIKS. VOU 3 NO. 880 II Sf i I m -J. fatally S A ,WS NOTES. arts of the Globe, nsed from Dis patches. s pulliug after a branch of ri Taclflo road. sonic Grand Lodgo of Texas Houston Dec. 13tb. women at Greeuvillo had an atiou yesterday In which ono stabbed. party of huntets near Beaumont spent a weeK 01 sporting reccnuy nd returned with tweuty-tive door. California prospectors havo invest ed in 5000 acres of laud near Abllouo, which they will occupy as home steads. Three Mexican prisoners escaped from tho Teidras Ncgras juil and swam the river to this side Wcdncs day night. The dry goods house of Louis Iiriu at Waxahachie failed "Wednesday night. Liabilities about $26,000, assets ot known. '1'Se socialists of Spain havo scut a wards naintalniug the families of the dead anarchists. Judge John F. Phillips, presiding judge of the Kansas Court of Appeals at Kansas, is spoken of as a successor to Commissioner Sparks. Louis Brin, a grocery merchaut of EDuis'aaslgncd yesterday. Liabilities $26,000 with assots to cover about $16,000, preferred claims. C. Green, a well-known and highly rospected citl.on of Weather ford, was killed in a railroad accident at l'alestluo Wednesday. Houston has auother artesian well. A Hue vein of wa cr was tapped at a depth of 162 feet which discharges ouo hundred gallons per minute. A colored lad at Sherman charged with horse theft, has boon sentenced to tho State Reformatory for a term of four years. . Work was commenced on that structure at Gatesvlllo last Mon day. Peas Holland at Urangc, is in trouble. Whon ho went to marry he sworo his affianced was eighteen. The next day his uiothcr-hi-lnw had him arrested for porjury. The girl was only fourtocn. Mrs. Uollne S. Stewart, wife of Ham ilton Stewart, died at Galveston last night at the ago of 61 yaars, 10 mouths, and 1 day. Sho has resided iu Gal veston siuco 1838 a ud was ouo of the oldest residents of her eox upou tho island. A caso f blackmail is reported from Woatherford. A young woman engaged to bo married secured $800 from her intended husband with which to purchase a wedding outfit, furiii'.uro, etc, and then refused to comply with her promise. Threatcuod with exposuro, sho retunsod $000 of the money and claims to have spont the remaining $300. Tho parties are prominent and names are withhold Much complaint is evinced in the cattle shipping district of West Tex as on account of tho failuro of roads to furnish cars. Cattle men atAbi loue are said to be holding their stock at heavy exponse waiting for tiM por tation Jacilltles. A young man namod Trout 1 ring near Gordon was floocod of all his hard earned cotton picking money by sharpers of tho west-bound Texas & Pacific road Wednesday nioriilng. They played the chock racket an I se cured the pilo amounting to $85. Geo. H. Cooper, manager of I liott & Itoo's lumber yard at Weatbei fbrdi suicided yesterday afternoon by shoot lug hlmsolf through tho headj Ho was a man woll liked, ofsplcudidjbusi ues capabilities and for a numpor of years had been in tho employ of Elliott & Hoe. No causo is asslgued for tho deed. ' j - i Without Parallel forpaina of all kinds, hemorrhages aud Intlummatlooii t oi d's Extract. Avoid druggists' old songJ" Just at good, " Tor Imitations. , 1 War, pestilence aud famiuo destroy couutkss thousands Bui indigestion, dyspepsia, deraugomont of the liver and stomach arc powerful foes lo the human raco. Morris' Cascariuo will defeat their ravages. : Rogers silvor plated forks and spoons at manufacturer' prices at J. P. Doborty & Go's., 603 Main street 2nd door from Lamar. J1 J. L. Williams, 505 Main , itroef, Pocket Knives, Bird Sood. LEADHlt OF TUB IMNDITS lu Jail at Cninariro, Furnished Inforinatioii ou Which tho Starr County Hand Was liroken Up. Brownsville, Tox., Nov. 24. Pru doucio Guiter Reiz, tho bandit recent ly captured at Los Cuovos aud now iu Jail at Camargo, Mexico, has made a full confession iu reference to the ab duction of Souor Juan Garcia Barrora. Ho told how and why he was solzed.tho instigators of the deed being enemies who wanted him killed, how ho was held aud what distribution was inado of the $1800 ransom mouoy paid. Ho gave tho names of all tho gaug aud, as tar as possiblo, uu idea of their whearcabouts, aud what Is moro important, implicated a mer chant of Camargo as having aided them, giving them horses aud arms. This important informotion proved crushing to tho gang who have lor so loug terrorized tair county aud tho section about Camargo, Mexico, and the bandits not capturod aro fleeing to tho mouutalns. Several of them havo been captured cud shot at sight, aud complete order will be shortly restored ou the whole frontier lines. Marriage License, The following marriago permits were issued to day : D B. Sliger and I D. Bailey ; T. M Trckcy and S. E. Huffhives. Gold bangle riugs at $1, at Beck's. For Mayor. In auother column of the Herald Is tho announcement of Mr. Ed. C. Smith as a candidate for Mayor at tho ensuing special election. Mr. Smith is ncll-kuown to Dallas pooplo Ho niaJo tho raco last April, and ro colved vote within two of tho highest. Mr. Smith is a builder and contractor, a successful busiuoss mau, an honora ble and conscientious man altogether ono who has tho confidence of tho pcoplo and is fully capable of making an honest, (ilkicut acd progressive mayor of Dallas. Heckles Shooting. Complaint comes from North Dal las of lawlessness occurring almost nightly in that part of tho city. Mr.J.M. Aiooly says that fivo shots were fired ast night about live o'clock on tho corner ot Shopard and Glbbs street near his residence and uo polico was nicr to effort au arrest. A deputy sheriff who had just returned from tho country, gavo chaso in his sock feet but being without asslstauco ho lost track of the depredators. A couple of horse-jockeys got into a dispute ou tho square this afternoon whilo trading horsos, aud a fisticuff ensued. Both got down in the mul and had it all their own way. Bystond ers interfered aud soon it was all ovor. No arrests at latest accounts. L. Battlste, colored, ontcrod o plea of guilty to tho charge of crap shoo' iug In county court this morning. E. Bauman's Parisian Cloak and Suit Bompany. OVERWHELMING AND SURPRISING LOW IBICES THIS WEEK IN Plain and Jet Beaded Plusfi Wraps, Plain and Fancy Newmarkets and Jackets. "WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MILLINEEY. Straw, Wool and French Felt Hats from the lino at 10c each. Three Hundred Trimmed Hats in Satin Velvet, with Tips and Fancy Feathers, at $1. Don't miss This Week's llargains. He 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. 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. Sweeping Sale. 100 Flannel, Fancy Clotli and All-Wool Cashmere- Suits, assorted colors and styles, select from former prices, $10 to $20. Will sell them at $(.90. I will not wait until January to offer bargains when all have bought. 1 will now sell cheap to give everybody a chance to buy. B. BAUMAN, Parisian Cloak and Suit Company WHOLESALE MILLINERY HOUSE, 706, 708 AND 710 ELM STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS. U Free Itrition of Eliaul Cabinet Colore Fiiis. Per ft ins of Art. To be given away Free, absolutely Free, to the Visitors and Patrons of THE GREAT ELM STREET CLOTHIERS- I REIMARDT & CO., Wa have imported from Europe over Ten Thousand Elegant Cabinet Photographshigh works of art at an enormous cost, simply to offer an ANNUAL 80UVENTB to the legion of friends and customers we have had the good fortune to 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 Dallasto go to I. REINHARDT & CO'S, and there inspect a stock of CLOTHING and GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS that is not equaled in the entire Southwest. A MOT Flood of New Fall a f inter Styles have willilo the pant two weeks filled our house with I in incuse bargains in Men's, lioyi' knd Youtb'i Clothing; beautiful array ol charming novelties in Mcn'i, Boy's and Youtb'i Oven-oats ; rich and elegant thing! in Hata, Neckwear, SI 11 111 em, Milk Handkerchief, Suspenders, luderwear, Urea Shirk-, Kult Jackets, Shirt Waista. Dressing Oowna, Smoking Jnrkels, I'm tireilas, Cutis and Colara, Buttons, Hosiery In fact, every imaginable novelty that can convey an Idea of gentleman's com plete outfit. 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT FROM REGULAR MARKED PRICES. JupI th nk ol It Twenty Per Cent Discount! That found" hard for our conservative competitors but It has to come sooner or later, and as the chilling morning frost and the cold winds will drive people to our store for legitimate bargains, so do we now, in that spirit ol liberality, oiler them now. In advance vf the closiug out season and Just In time lor their wants, these enormous bargains. Kc member well we do not fool the public. We advertise largely. We desire to reach by mean of advertising every nook and corner of this sertiou. but our principle method of reaching the beans ot the people is. by our system of IthXIABLK DKALING KAltt aud JUST KKPKE8EN l'AHON and the jealous care with whicn we bold to our promises. Eighty Cents on the Dollar from former price. This Is exactly what our cutting pruning process ol twenty per cent meas. To rich and poor, to all alike, we Oder the great inducement for patronage. Compare our atock, our prices and our system of busi ness be lore you buy of us. If we cannot get away with any competition In Texas, we aak not jour patronage. I. REINHARDT & CO., 736, 738 and 740 Elm Street, Dallas, Texas.