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Ww OLD SERIES VOL. 38. DALLAS TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1887. NEW SKHIKH, VOL. S NO. 2 ts i THE CONFUCT! PROPHECIES FULFILLED! Immense gain in the volume of trade ami actual better and greater results by the Low Trice System inaugurated by the tircat Clothing House of I. REINHABtDT & CO- When three yours tfO we moved from our modest ((intrlers to our now litmoiis corner, o .rnor 7ii 1'uet front by 100 feet In depth, nt the corner of Klin und Murphy BtrceU, there were mnny con-ervntlve peo ple who ihook their heads nnd suld wo were too fur. nwny from the (then) business cen tre ; but we prophesied that in less thnn one year we would not only draw the Cloth ing Trade to our new quarters, but that other lurgo bualness houses would follow and move into our neighborhood. All of tills line hcon fullllled, ns can bo noticed by the bustle, life and activity in our locality and tho thousands of pCnpIo who tltroiiK our Btoie dally, hrliielntr trade, throu h our own decided aggressive methods, to other bouses as well, Our trade this Benson has simply been Immense. Now Ihe question arrii.es: What has done it? '1 lireo things have oecoiu plished it: First. The iniinonsily nuil nlniost eudioss variety of our stock. Second. Our judicious, impartial libcrnlity to nil clauses. Third. Our systoni of low prices, keeping up with tho business methods of largo eastern and Northern housos. Contented as we are witli "live and let live" prollts under all conditions, we now Und Unit with an increase ol nearly one hundred thousand dollars (during tho past year In our sales, wo were (enabled to cut down our prollts one-half ovrr those of former years, and hope at tho end ol the current year to have earned us much as wo would with half the volumo of business on the old-fasbioued twenty-live and thirty per cent prollt system. Wo rt, without fear of contradiction, that we sell . more Clothiug, liats and Kurnlalilig (iuods than any one housu under one roof iu the State ot Tu.as. Wo iiHHert (and clinllenge com parison by competing bouses in ur outside of the city of Dallas that In all our diller ont departments of Clothiug, lluts and Gents' Kurnlshtiig Ooods have sold and do sell goods by iuliy ten pe cent less than any other concern ; and wo challenge proof to the contrary If wo havo ever dvortUcd a drive of special bargain, or a cut In prices, where we did not stand up to tliu ery let ter 11 ml spirit of our agreements. Our sys tem of advertising is our own exclusively. We uso no guide book, nor do we copy or pattern iiltor oilier houses. Our busi ness methods are our own. For this week we will continue the slaughter of our Two Dollar Htur Shirts, reduced to 7!ie. Oiio tliousund all-wool Medicated California Hed Flannel I'nder shirU and drawers at l.?r each, Inruier price l?'2..ri0. Also MM) Csssimcro Frock Suits at $!.75 each, former price I8. 10OO Hoys' and Chlldrun's Knits reduced from VH ami fin 10 yla suit Also loo pairs fSllk Kmhroldered Initial Suspenders at 40c reg ular price 7.'c 'Jimhi pairs geuulno Kritlsli Half Jlose at Hie a pair, good valiio at i'lc. 'J'he grandest line ol Nock wear ever shown In this country at oiie-lmll lurmer price, and an endless array of Silk Hanilkcrchicls. Mulllers, (iloves mid tliousaiids of hand some useful articles for gentlemen, adapted tor holiday presents. Just received Our .New Entirely New Blocks of (icnuino Youiimu Hats, the most elegant hat out this season. I. REINHARDT & CO., THE GREAT ELM STREET CLOTHIERS. 736, 738 and 740 Elm St., Cor. Murphy. FOR WANT OF ROOM! Postively Selling Out The CLOAK AND SUIT DEPARTMENT. I WILL OCCUPY THE BUILDING IpR WHOLESALE MILLINERY. All Fixtures and Showcases in Clbak and Suit Room For Sale. THIS IS 3STO SHAM ADVERTISEMENT. $25,000 Worth of Cloaks and Siiits to be SOLD AT ANY PRICE 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 UEEEttED. s T I "T- A TT-n T A "XT T" Nl - "1 OIjL H Jli. i5J u ivLjlIN , jrarisian uioaK ana ouio vjuniyany WHOLESALE MILLINERY HOUSE, 706, 708 AND 710 ELM STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS. A few weeks ago the Herald pub lished an illustration of "Tho Possibl .lities of Texas Developments," a cut showing an oil pipo from tho gas wells of Palistiuo to Dallas, through which this city would get chca fuel light, and manufacturing power. Tho idea must have been regarded aa too lar.iu advance of the, times, and ap parently impractkablo ; but now conies the announcement that tbo Staudard Oil Comr'auy purpose to build a pipe lino from the oil fields of Ohio and Pennsylvania to New lork aud Chicago, to avoid the freight charges increabed under tho intcr-stato commerce law, aud also to furnish gu V to Chlcairo New lone aua omor cities for light, fuel and manufactur--Jy1 purposes. If oil is discovered in lod paying quanity at Palistine, Corslcana, or any other point withiu 100 miles cf Dallas, then it will not be ruauy years be tore the Hkkai.i pipo line will bo a matter of fact This is a progressive age. On yesterday Abilene, Waco and several other towns held public meet ing, endorsed the move of DalUs in the direction of immigration, and mauy letters from prominent influen tial men over the state have been re ceived pledg'ng hearty co-operation and attendance at the meeting here on the iKth. This is a move in the Yight direction and from tho right di roctiou, and good results are sure to I follow. Two French Statesmen. Ex-PrcBidcnt Grevy and his Minis- ter of State M. Freyclnet, at a game of Dliuaras. Before purchasing Organs else where please examine stock at Frees & Son's. Dallas has 70 practicing physicians. The cily hospital contains 28 inmates of whom 21 are males,- and 7 females. Of those two arc children and four are negroos. Saved From the Wreck. .If the delicate organization of wo mau gots out of order, prompt- appli cation of remedial agents is required o save it lrom total wreck. Iu all such cases, whether to assist nature in the discharge of her functious, or to repair damages caused uy diseases of special organs, there is no medicine so mild, and yet ao effective, as Dr. l'iorco'i "Favorite Prescription," pre pared at the World Dispensary, at Buffalo, N. V, aud administered for many years to thousands of patients with the happiest results. Court Notes. J. E. Wolf for failing to pay occupa tion tax was fined $17 60 this morning. Four cases of intoxication were dis posed of at $5 each, ltcu Harvey and Tom Salmons paid respectively $2 aud $3 lor thcli fuu on Klin strcot yester day. F ur fights at three dollars each, t vo ch arges of abusive language, fiuod $2 each, aud ono case ot nnisauco, dis missed, formed the morning routine of business iu the recorder's court. Iu the case of Hitter vs. U., C. & S. F. Ky Co.. suit ou original condemna tion of right of way, judgment was rendered in the district court this morning for $2,500. Notice of appeal was given. This suit has been pond ing six years. P. F. Fortune to-day filed suit in the district court against J. W. Fortune and J. T. Elliott for the recovery of one aero of laud, situated on the Texas Trunk line, in Dallas county. In tho county court this morning Jno. II. Jackson was lined $25 aud giveu thirty days iu jail tor theft. Jno. Norton, unlawful gamiug, fined $25; Spencer Blankenship, assault and battery, Sued $12; Jack Fay, assault aud battery: Doran Bros., nuisance; J. M. C. McCullough, theft, were all acquitted, a verdict of not guilty was reudered iu each case. Iu the attachment suit of J. V.Ilyan vs. C. Slush, tried in Justice Kendall's court this afternoon a verdict was ren dered for the plaintiff. General Musical Faeea & Son's. Merchandise at Immigration Is all going to California. It must bo stopped. Before purchasing. Pianos else where please examine stock at Frees & San's. Organs for rent at Frees & Son's. Gold bangle rings at $1, at Beck's. Pianos for rent at Frees & Sou's. Have you tried the California can ucd goods that A. Ii. Bouche sells. Organs for rent at Frees & Sou's. Parry Bros., real estate agency, St. Ocorgo hotel block, Dallas, Texas. Accordcous, Accordeons at Frees & Sou'. J. L. Williams, 605 Main street, Patent Medicines, Texas Tolu, Station ary. Guitars, Banjos, Violins, at Frees & Sou's. A. E. Bouche, tbe Main street grocer, eat uat added splendid refrigerator, in which k. k. .Ik... th froahnat pniintrT butter. eggs and tresb Klelicbman's yeast, which is Kept as ocia as can oe. Best Quality Italian Strings at Frees & Sou's. Tmnnrio;! ICrnnr. new Louisiana SlllV IV j syrup, mackerel, picklea, evaporated mils, etc. crauuoca s jrvay oircci Grocery. Tho north bouud International train which left San Antonio Saturday evening was ditched near Kyle nu l the eugiucur killed. In the caso of Jue. L. Bartow 'vs. A. II. Bclo & Co., iu district court at Waco, pi h! ii ( ill's security ou contboud has tiled a motion asking to be releas ed lrom the same. , Waco city script sold Saturday at a discount of 2 per cent. We do not so'l 11 pounds of prauu lated suKurfor 1 right here wo draw tho lino however, wo do sell soap that will wash tho stains out of a bad character, or tho spots oil' a leopard. Thompson &, Prico, 9tl Elm street. J. L. Williams, Wi Maiu street, Pcckct Knives, Bird Seed. Burglars got iu their work ou a safo iu Houston Saturday nght and rob bed it of $180. Music Books and Folios at Frees & Son's. Ch Mil ron fiiarvltiK to Death On account of their inability to digest food will find a most marvelous food aud remedv iu iScotl's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil with llypophos phites. Very palatable aud easily di gested. Dr. S. W. Cohen, of Waco, Texas, says: M 1 have used your Emul sion in lufaiiti'e wasting with good re sults. It not only restores waited tis sues, but gives strength and increases tbe appetite. I am glad to use such a reliablo article" A Palestine negro has l-een fined $1000 (or aggravated assault. This is the heaviest find ever imposed in An derson county.