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OLD SERIES VOL. 38.
DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1887. NEW 8EIUKH. VOIi. 2 NO. 21 3 $28,056.25 This Is lie AiiiiiiiiiI of Gils Mil If Islirii 1 Fas m in Weeks ii Excess of Last Year, for the Corresponding Period and Number of Days. In other words, wo have increased aur retail sales of Clothing, Fur nishing Goods and Hats fifteen hun dced dollarj every business day tbis fall by our system of popular low prices, and to insure to our friends and customers these wonderful bar gains, we will throughout the whole menth continue our special cut of 20 per cent and every article in the house. '1 run a MUUVUN I As a closing climax of the most active season for trade we have ever enjoyed, we have determined throughout this month, December and Jannary to give every visitor or customer to our palatial stores one of these handsome Cabinet Photo-Lithographs, " perfect jems of art." Our 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 we have done, and you will wondei again and again, and we hope for many years to come. T'le fact is, we have gathered arourd us a trade which is the won der of Dallas, of North Texpg nay, the State at large. We have always kapt our word with the people, a id 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 beyond 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. I. RBINHARDT & CO., THE CLOTHIERS, 736, ;738 and 740 Elm St., Cor. Murphy. si?:eci:a.:c b a.b a axtsts for tpikee days ontjy. We will close out fron the manufacturers of the Celebrated Star Shirts over two thousand White Shirts, cuffs attached, regular price $2, which we offer for three days, com mencing Monday, at the low price of seventy-five cnts. - TnrvD wAMrp rTP "Dnmr i A" Wi.U VV XLXN JL -L U V Vy J-VJ J . Postively Selling Out The CLOAK AND SUIT DEPARTMENT. I WILL OCCUPY THE BUILDING FOR WHOLESALE MILLINERY. All Fixtures and Showcases in Cloak and Suit Room For Sale. THIS IS jSTO SHAM A.DVEBTISKMENT. ,000 Worth of Cloaks and Suits to be SOLD AT ANY PRICE TO CLOSE THEM 0 UT. r i j-"u "u,,:i . "u,-, tm i r 1000 a n -i-"u ttt.-.. ei,,:4- -r t i : J Misses and Children are New Goods and Complete Assortment. TO M J!jKU AJN To brJUUlAJLj !JNJJUUiljMJliJNT UWftttftD. E. BAUMAN, Parisian Cloak and Suit Company WHOLESALE MILLINERY HOUSE, 706, 708 AND 710 ELM STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS. $25 NEWS NOTES. From all Parts of the Globe, Condensed fromDis- patches. Waco cottton receipts ibis season are 23,670. Tho Tine Hill (Husk county) post master has resigned. A Palest ino saloon was closed yes terday by attachment. Wolves are making nightly raids on nlmnn tolds within six miles of Waco. --- "Vork on the Dallas & Waco road oeu temporarily suspended. TivOally News, at Bolton has un dergone a change or proprlctormlp. Tho towns on the line of the pro posed Aust'u & McGregor railway are 111 astir with enthusiasm. Tim nnrtv on trial at Sherman for turning! is own house was given five cars in tno penitentiary. The architects are examining the vpitol domo at Austin and wi'l report ie early part of next week. The five border kiduappcrs in jail , Matamoras, have been fully ideuti- CU US llJtJ gUllbJ yni IT bumju. The public roads of Ellis county id to be iu an almost impassable Dillon an account of recent rains. X large powerful negro jumped off Wvlug train at Shepherd the other y and broko his log below the ice. Forrcston is tho nnmo of a new town on tho Dallas & Waco railway. It is about liiiio in'los south of Waxu hachio. Tho ex-tax collector of Blanco coun. ty is short in his accounts $900. This is tho only instanco of default on rec ord lor 1886 in Texas. Au oil find has been mndo near San Antonio during tho boring of au artesian well. The fluid appears to abound in great quantity. A jury has been empanuolod in tho Bozzcll case at Galnosvillo. Tho de fendant is chargod with killiug Bony Tucker, the Fort Worth olllcer. Complaiut has been filod against two negroes at Waio charged with assaulting and threatening children attending ono of the public schools. Mexico is stirred from center to cir cumtrence over tho report that tho United Slates government has submit ted to the government of Mexico a claim in behalf tff tho late imprisoned editor Cutting. In a general tamily row in Darling ton county, S. C, an 18 year old boy diicharged.a loaded gun at his father missed his aim, killed his mother and mortally wounded his sister. Tho fa ther was only slightly woundod. Tho board of water commissiouore at Galveston advertlso for bids to sink ten artesian wells for water works. The artesian well plan has boon adopt ed and the work will bo pushod until Galveston has a complete system of water works. CONNOIS ELECTED liy a Majority of ii31 Votes. At a late hour after tho polls closed last eveuiug anxious throngs crowded around convouieut places to get re turns from tho eleclion. The old sys tem of counting being in voguo.it was botweou 8 and 9 o'clock beforo any definite news was had. Tho returns fiua.ly in gavo Mr. Connor ii majority of 231 votes over Mr. Smith. The report of the IIkrald id ado at 2:25 to 8:15 p. m. was about correct. This cstimnto showed Smith iu tho lead at the linio the report was made, but it proved to bo a fact that tho bulk of tho Smith vote had boon polled. The tables were turned to wards night and Connor mcu voted enmass. The returns showed a full vote pollod 22 votos moro than were cast in the A pill election. Following is the return by wards : First Want Connor 323, Smith 158; Connor's majority 1G5. Second Ward. Connor 331, Smith 312 ; Connor's majority 19. Third Ward. Connor 234, Smith 158; Connor's majoniy 76. Fourth Ward. Connor 413, Smith 209; Connor's majority 239. Fifth Ward. Smith 23C, Coimor 145; Smith's majority 85. Sixth Ward. Smith 399, Connor 216 , Smith's majority 183. Total vote cast for Connor 1697, to tal vote cast for Smith 14CG; majority for Connor 231. Total vote cast, 8163. In the contest for Alderman in the socond ward W.M. Ed wards, Ksq., rc 159 votes and Mr. S. P. Emerson II I. A BIO SUIT, Involving Valuable City Property, anil Growing Out oftlie Adam Hums Tragedy. A suit was filed iu the, district court this morning which iuvolvcs soma val uable real estate In Dallas and will re call to the minds of mauy residents of the cily the circumstances attending a tragic a flair in the Glnn Lea saloon, March 30, 1884. The suit is styled 1L M. Parker vs. S. J. Adams, ct al. The plaint iff avers her present place of rcsl donee to bo in Miller county. Ark., and that, defcudaut S. J. Adams, re sides in D.illas couuty, an I C. M. Gin uard iu Galveston, Texas. Tho petition iu part recites: "She further shows that for a long time pri or to said last named date (April 5th, 1884,) W. A. Adams, who is a broth er of tho defcudant S. J. Adams, had been living in adulturous relations with your petitioner at her home," and proceeding states of the killing M. Burns in the Glen Lea saloon on 30th day of Mai ch, 184, the threats of violence towards Adams, who was jailed and tho prejudice excited from the known fact of their illegal rela tions. That through public indigna tion she had to leave Dallas and live iu Sherman whero on April 5th, 18sf, sho transferred her property to CoL Jno. II. .Stouo for tho expressed con sideration of $;;500 upon llio recom mendation of Adtmii. Said property was to bo returned to her but Stono violated tho contract to hold tho property in trust for her and iu March 1WG conveyed tho same to W. II. Gaiton for ii(X)0, but in truth no consideration was passed. She prays for a decree cancelling tho alleged transfers ami compelling John B. Stono to reconvey said prop arty to her, or for an alternative judgment against defendants requir ing them to pay i000 for valuo of (ho property Mid rents accruing since plaintiff has been out of possession. The proderty involved Is described as tollows : East of lot 3, and west j of lot 2, iu block 136, of Smith, Murphy & Martin's addition to the city of Dallas, and block 97J accord ing to Battertield & liramlcli's otHcial mnp of tho lity with frontage of 50 feet on the south sido of Commcrco street ami stand ing back southwards at right angles with said street a parallel depth of 100 feet. Also cast of block 97 less 10 icet ot south end for widening Jack sou street. Pond's Extract used forty yearn by physicians and the people for In and in flammation. Tbis sm-cets tainpa every bottle of the genuine. Opera glasses for rent at Beck's, next to S augers'. Honry, maple ayrup !y the gallon or quart, alao dried beef, at A. K, Uourtie'a,