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DALLAS TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1887. OLD SERIES VOL. 38. NEW 8EIIIER. VOL. a NO. 2 10 H5iS he Ita fig NEWS NOTES. Jf all Parts of the Globe, C Condensed from Dis patches. Kaufmnn reports a light enow Sun day morning. The crack iu the capttol dome at Austin it said to contiuuo to spread. Forty-six bales of cotton were rais ed on tbo Ellis county poor farm this year. Ico ouo and a half Inch thick form" ed at Clarksvillo during Saturday night's norther. Tho mercury registered twelve de grees above zoro at Whf eright dur ing the cold snap. Austin will decido a muulciplo con test next Monday. A mayor and ten aldermuu are to 'o elected. Marlon Skinner has been sentenced to three years Imprisonment at G aiucs villo for tho killing ot Kd Russell. A tlilrtr thousnud dollar laiiure is r'ed from Kockda'o, most of is due Cialvcston merchants. L'.aker, a druggist in Grayson y is being tried iu tlio criminal irt for setting tiro to his store. Tho maximum telegraph rate of $1.00 iu Texa, Montana, Utah and New Mexico, has boen reduced to 75 cents. ' J Tbo work ou tho now courthouse at Clarendon has boen completed and work ou the new jail is progressing satisfactorily. Two negroes in jail at Carthago fought with a beer bottle and the head of one was crushod in. lie died from the wound. John Ferguson, an Englishman, sui cided at Houston yesterday by shoot ing himsolf through tho head. No causo is known. Two prisoners at Brady cut tho bars of their cngo and opening the outer door ot tho jail made good their os capo Sunday night. James A. Folkcr, tho most ex'ensivo merchant iu Hempstead, assigned Tuesday morning with liabilities amounting to $10,000. Wichita Falls is endeavoring to se cure a roller flour mill. Tho esti mated yield of wheat iu tho county is placed at 200,000 bushels. Dorris & Colviu's circus was attach ed by a publisher from Longirlew at Miueola recently. They secured a cage of lions and a chariot. Win. O'Brien, a trapeze actor, fell wtitln trlvlnir a rjcrformaucc in Teniplo- . O " 1 He diod yesterday from tho cll'ect of iujurlos received In the tail. ' Moodier Sharp of Now York, has been granted a new trfnl. The dis trict attorney says there is enough evidence left to convict bin again. Throe and tour year old jcattlo are in great dcmaudIu Eastland county. They rango iu price irom $16 to. $17. Water is plentiful and the range very flno f , James B. Koatiug, Iato deputy dis trict and county clork of Tom Green county, lias beon arrested and placed under $1000 bond chargod witltjm bezzloment. Jlj t Two days investigation in thtr Mon. hatn Boaii case loaves things it any thing in a worso tangle thau evet; An administrator of tho estate ap pointed to-day. p; ' It. C. Capol, grocer and C. Julius key, stationery dealer at CorJcana, Hied ou assignment yestorday.! Tho assets in both cases are sufficient to cover liabilities. ': The cases against Mayor Cajtahau and others for disturbing a prohibi tion nieetulg during tho late campaign have been continuod until the' May term of court. Tho hido and animal inspector of Tom Greou county has boon sentenc ed to two yearn in tho penitentiary. Thoro aro several cases agaiust him for theft of cattlo. George Lipscomb knocked Torrell Fequalu the head with a scantling at Millicou Monday night and killed him Instantly. Both parties colored. Lipscomb was jailed. Denver, Colorado, will celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of the founding of tho Stato on tho event ot laying tho coruorstoue of tho Slate rapitonext June.' Giand preparations aro being made for the occasion. . Tho city hall at Corslcana has beon accepted by the city touncil. Tho bulldog Is pronounced a substantial and imposing structure. It was erec ted at a cost of $20,000, Thirty-two miles of Wtr&,'M fmi ho locaI ?lion ,aw, nont persons from far and noar have promised to bo iu attendance and tho event will bo one of social merriment. . Tho anil prohlbitioulsjs of Denton county havo tiled a petition praying an eloction on tho subjoct. Since til ing their petition Judge 8. M. Brad- teloaranh linn in ; PalUhM couulv " BUI'ur80UUU ur 1,10 "i'""muumuu O 1 - have been levied on by ShorifT .Touos to satisfy a judgement of $23,750 in favor of Lark Ilearne. William Hill was sontoucod to tho penitentiary for life from Gaiuesvillo yesterday for the murder of Jack , . -M.-rtHBii-assuniud linnortnut air showod a cold-blooded muratvr iT , , . ,. . . . . , ' ' .T,'rr;..y-1T,!t)Iorcd lolks which indue A South Carolina huubaud, aged 70 years, confesses to the. murder of three wives in his lifotime. Ouo was knock ed iu the head with a club, auothcr was dispatched with a blow from an ax and the third was struck iu the head with a brick"! City editor Cannon of tho Paris Daily News was assaulted and clubbed by a polico ofllcorycsterday. The assault it is thought was prompted by criticisms appearing in tho News of tho condi tion of the city prison and the couduc of ofllcors of tho city. Tho attack ou tho editor is generally condemned. Tho coming of tho surveying corps of the Kock Island railroad will be heralded by a grand ball and banquet at Wichita Falls Christmas night where they will spend the holidays. 1'roini- is therefore void. J lis decision comes too Into however, and only places the anti faction iu a worso deli mum, as the voto will bo taken nnd tho chances are very favorablo for local option to wlu. Atlanta peoplo (hid as ouo of tho results of tho prohil ition contest, a moug the ucos litem to put forward two candidates lor Alder man. Tho prohibition sido of the question allego that the announcement of tho colored candidates is the result of promises of support from the untis to tho negroes iu enso they should de sire to promote any of their leaders iu a political way. The colored man may have soipo such reason to hope for success, but their election In At lanta is much in doubt. Whips and lap robes, asplendid line for pleasure vehicles mid hcadqtiurters forthoee wanting leather of all kinds, shoo liiidlngs and furnishings at Pudge tt Bros., wholesalo and retail sudlers. Organs for rent at Frees & Sou's. llonoy, inuple syrup by tho khIIuii quart, ulso dried beef, ut A. E, Boui'lie'e. or FOR WANT OF ROOM ! Postively Selling; Out The CLOAK AND' SUIT"" DEPARTMENT. I WILL OCCUPY THE BUILDING FOK WHOLESALE MILLINERY. All Fixtures and Showcases in Cloak and Suit Room For Sale. snrn at aimy P'RJfJK TO CLOSE THEM OUT. I must occupy the building by Jan. 15, 1888. All these Wraps and Suits for Ladies, Misses and Children are New Goods and Complete Assortment. TO MERCHANTS SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED. B BATJMAN, Parisian Cloak and Suit Company WHOLESALE MILLINERY HOUSE, 706, 708 AND 710 ELM STBEET, DALLAS, TEXAS. Tli Is lie in i " $28,056.25 t of Goods Mai if Us till Excess of Last Tear, for the Corresponding Period and Number of Days. i Fas Ms i In other words, we have increased aur retail sales of Clothing, Fur nishing Goods and Hati fifteen hnn deed dollar every business day tbis fall by our syitem of popular low prices, and to insure to our friendi and customer! these wonderful bar gains, we will throughout the whole month continue our special cut of 20 per cent and every article in the house. ni 1. J 1 Success As a closing climax of the most active season for trade we have ever enjoyed, we have determined throughout this month, December and Janoary to give every visitor or customer to our palatial stores one of tnese nanasome uaoinet Photo-Lithographs, " perfect of art." Oar liberality keeps step with our ambition, and we give away these pictures for nothing. It may seem strange to you that we should do such a thing ; you may wonder how we can do it and why we do it. You have wondered before at things wo have done, and you will wonoei again ana again, ana many years to come. Tie fact is, we have gathered around ns a trade which is the won der of Dallas, of North Texsnay, the State at large. We have always kopt our word with the people, and when we offer goods at eighty cents on the dollar it means just exactly eighty cents not one mill more. To-day our stock is immense does hardly express it. Our stock of Clothing, Furnish ings and Hats is beyoud doubt the most complete in the So thwest, and our system of business ranks with the best cities in the Union, and stands unrivaled in Texas. Re member our 20 per cent grand re duction and the free distribution of our fine collection of works of art. T PBINHARDT & CO., THE CLOTHIERS, 736, 738 and 740 Elm St., Cor. Murphy. W will close out fro a the manufacturer, of the Celebrated Star Shirt, over two thousand White Shirt., cuff. attacheJ, regular price $2, which wo offer for three days, com. mencing Monday, at the low price of .eventy-five cmti.