The Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 242, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 26, 1887 Page: 1 of 8
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DALLAS TEXAS. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20 1887.
OLD SERIES VOL. 38.
VOL a No. 1!42
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This statement bears witness that we sell any "article or garment in our entire stock for a lower (mark you
not as low but lower) than the same quality will bs Lold by any - other store in Dallas. We have hundreds of
thousauds dollars worth of the very best ' ;: t
Clothing Hats and (pit's Furnishings
Which we offer for sale at Retail for usual Wholesale prices. Strangers in the city" are invited to take adyant
age of our low prices. . ;v. " . H
I. REINHAKDT & 00.
The Leading Clothiers Hatters and Furnishers
736 738 and 740 EJLM STREET CORNER MURPHY.
SANGER BROS v
FINE GOODS AT LOW PRICES
is the pillar upon which our vast trade has been built g o great has been the measure of our f -success
that personal interests alone would compel us to continue it. ' . .
If you desire to carry home with you a pleasing memento of your visit to Dallas call at the
great metropolitan store of Sanger Bros.. We are showing all the . r'r! X
s eXs o n's ;n o v lti e s
In Dress Goods Silks Flushes Velvets and Corduroys with suitable garnitures for any costume.
LATEST STYLES IN BONNETS AND HATS FOR
Ladies Misses and Children and Hats and Caps for Men and Boys.
Ha on display a line of goods exceptionally elegant very comprehensive nnd guaranteed to fit
ny size at popular prices.
!A.DIf S -:- MISSES -: AND -:- CHILJ)riKNV '- SH OIh
in French Kid American Kid Pebble Ooat and Calfskin. Men's Youths' and Boys' Shoes in all
styles qualities and Prices.
IN HOSIERY AiND GLCVES
we have a complete line. The best gloves ever offered in this or any other city at 50c and 75c
We are sole agents in the State for the Alexandre Gloves which have no equal
ALL OUU OTIIEK DEPAIITMINT-
Embracing everything necessary for home comfort or personal wear are replete with choice nov-
elties at prices lower than you would imagine. Call and be welcomed by
DEATH IN A 1)1 VH.
KhIhI KImmmIiik A (Tray Jut u C
Klro-t Colored KeMiri.
No. 126 Cft!r;p street was the scene
of a Moody trntfcily hut-night about
10 o'elock. . The usual din of tV
drinking and enrolling and profanity
of tlmt dismal locality wn drowned
lor a moment by the loud report of a
41-rnlllire revolver In tho hands of a
negro named Sido Anderson while
another negro named Ceorifc Twiggs
Saul- to tho tl'jor with tho contents of
tho weapon lodged in Hie region of
of his heart and expired almost Im-
V 'lil'itf piano seem to boacpinhluatlon
siiloo'n nad b6ardlng"li6us kept by u
nero wonmli named Young the
eating department in the rear and the
bar in Iront and is a phiee of resort
op areuily for the roughest of the
roughs of tho eolored race a rather
unusually large number ol whom were
present on this fatal occasion.
Tho story of tho killing may bo
briefly lold: A row had c 'ine up be-
tween two of the ineu present when
the "limdlsdy" ordered every one out
of the house fiaying shti wanted to
close up. Sehe Audcrsi.n then com-
menced fussing with tho "landlady"
whereupon (ieorge Twiggs remon-
strated with iiim. Sche then drew a
pistol and (ieorgo started to pick upa
chair when the former lired with tho
above result and tl.en ran. He wax
unwevei captured by tho police olli-
cers before getting tar away.
Tlie negro Twiggs who thus unex-
pectedly met his death is reported to
have cone to Pnllnx recently from
Ji'&tico llraswell summoned a jury "
of inquest which viowed t'' remains
and adjourned till 10 o'clock to-day; -
but at tha'- hour the witnesses failed '
to put in an appearance .and when a '
IIkkai.ij reioi ter called again about
uoon tho Justice declared ho could
not say wlion tho investigation would
be proceeded with but said ho would
endeavor to compel Hie attendance of
witnesses some time durin tho alter-
noon. The iuvex igatiou began at 3
Co-ur ilo Leon Lodgo No. 8 and
Dallas Lodge No. 70 Knights cf
P tu ins are arranging. t entertain
visiting Lodges and members from all
parts of the slate to-morrow that
being K. of P. day at the fair. All
Knights will liud badges at J. D. A.
Harris' book store. Paris Lodgo ar-
rived this afternoon at 2:20. All
members ol Dallas Lodges are urged
to meet at the lodgo rooms Thursday
TIIK LA KG KMT CltOWI) YET
And tlio Most Magnificent Din-
play in Texan
is on tho lips of every one who vislied
Kneplly & Sou's exhibit in Exposition
Hull today. Their diamond and
watch display has never been equaled
in the south and thev deserve credit
for their enterprise in carry iug tho
largest and most beautiful diainon
a. .d watches south ot Now York.
D n't fail to got a good look at their
room in Exposition Hall as their ex-
hinit nf iliHiiiondx exeells anything
ever in Texas.
WELCOMES THE VISITORS AND CORDIALLY INVITES EVERYBODY TO VISIT OUR MAMMOTH
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MILINERY HOUSE
HEADQUARTERS FOR LEADING STYLES IN PARISIAN NOVELTIES IN PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS.
Every visitor will receile comple-
mentary from the
Cloak and Suit Co.
The Illustrated Catalogue contain-
ing valuable information of
Parisian Suit and Cloak Company
is now ready to show a complete and magnificent line of LIGHT AND
HEAVY SHORT WRAPS Plain or Jet Beaded. Also an elegant line of
Ladies' Misses and Children's handsome designs and fabrics in the latest
fall styles of
Europe Unitod States j PARIS L( JNDON BERLIN AND AMERICAN SPECIALTIES.
Distributed at my display in the
706 708 and 7 10 Elm St.
My prices this season will be far below anything ever offered in this
city. All are cordially invited to come and examine our Suits and Wraps
of the latest designs and make. All Suits and Wraps bought of us will be
fitted to the form free of charge.
for the benefit of the visitors during;
Den't buy before you visit the
Wholesale Millinnery House
Cloak and Suit Co.
706708 and 710 Elm St.
DE. Bauman Parisian Cloak and Suit Company
Wholesale Milliinery House 706 708 and 710 Elm Street Dallas.
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Gilbert, C. E. The Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 242, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 26, 1887, newspaper, October 26, 1887; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth293962/m1/1/: accessed August 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .