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OLD SKRIKS VOL. 38.
DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1887. NEW BKIUF.S, vou a no. u:m THE MAN IS AN IDIOT WHO THINKS r CTTTIT A T A 1-1 I M MMM. m k. t a.a . SPECIAL SALE For llio Next Ton Duvs l BOYS' CLOTHING. The Boys ? Short Pant Don't neglect them. School Suit from $2 up. Long Pant School Suit from $3.50 up. All the latest things in Kilts, Jersey Suits, Short Pant Vest Suits, and Double-Breasted, Square Cor nered Short-Pant Suits. We show yon more styles in Boys' and Children's Suits than all other stores in town combined. CO. I. REINHARDT & THE LEADING BOYS CLOTHIERS. I. REINHARDT & 00. Will permit; any merchant in Dallas to sell Clothing, Hats or f umisning Goods a low or lo er pric s han they will. Bernhardt & Co. are not built that way. Basing their claims for patronage on the broad prin cipl of alwayu giving the best for the least, they have fairly flown beyond the reach of competition. Imi tators may try to imitate, calumniators may use calumny, and the envious may give vent to their spleen, the tuth stands out as brilliant as the unclouded noonday sun that ,.' I. REINHARDT & CO. Sell Goods for lower prices than anybody Guarantee every article or garment they sell. Do the largest business in the State of Texas. Show toe Finest Clothing in the United States. Retail Hats at Wholesale Prices. Name but one price, that is the lowest. Have the Finest Store and Stock in Texas. Cheerfully refund money to dissatisfied patrons. Willingly exchange any article they sell. Send goods C. 0. D. with prililege of examination. Hammer prices down to the lowest living prices. Carry a stack ten times larger than other houses. Slake prieel for qualities lowest in the State. Treat millionaire and mechanic equally polite Make honesty the foundation of all their dealings. These are some of the elements that attract trade to our great r tore, principals, and ask the custom of no one on the whining or whimpering plea sell you goods for less money nan other dealers don t trade with us. I. EEINHAKDT & CO., Elm and Muvuhv Streets. We do business on business of sympathy. If we do not Men's Department. Hero we oll'or a lino of good which In point of cxllcixe exceeds unytliiiiK ever of fered the Kod people of tills fliy. Suits tnndo from it ahnrnclor ot jutouOh winch here tofore could only be obtained In tl tic; tailor ing vHtubllithniouU, nnd trimmed and made In a stylo iilmont cqiuiliiiK the tinoat uuxtoiu work, we have In profusion not one stylo, but dozens of tliem. The sumo may be mid of our line of Overcoats. Hut our goods are not coiiliiiod to these excellent grades. We have a line of goods, ranging; In price from It'll to ifli. which in point of honest niorlt have nover been equaled. Wo soil only that which will givo good, lioucHt antistae llon. No matter how Ion uio price, you will lind the goods right. I. Reinhardt & Co., TUB LEADING Clothiers, Hatters aniFrastos WELCOME! Pleasantly anticipated the day haa arrived. Dallas arrays herself in the gayest holiday attire to welcome her guests on the ' ' ' ' TRIuHltiT INAUGURATION i . ' of a STATE FAIR without a parallel in the South, and an EXPOSITION of the great en-', . - deavors, maUiless chievements,-energy, enterprise and industry of Dallas and surrounding """ country, a brilliant display combining the matchless splendors of the Orient with the mag nificence of the Occident. With martial music and gay decorations, bunting and banners fluttering in the breeze of this glorious autumn day, Dallas tenders a warm ovation to The Chief Magistrate of the State. Amid the shtut,tne enthusiasm, tne great good humor and the exclamations of admirations on this the Xjt R jV N D OPENING DAY We pause te repeat our caption of "WELCOME!" . WELCOME! stranger of the North. WELCOME ! visitor from the East. WELCOME ! friends from the West. WELCOME home folks of the South. Sanger Bros, welcomes all. Visit our exhibit at the grounds, WEL COME ! Call at our establishment in the city. WELCOME ! Our reception Parlors are open for the convenience of lady visitors. WELCOME! THIRD BAY Of the Texas State Fair and Dallas Exposition. A T TENDAXOK INCItl '.AS1NG. Young America and full-grown Cliristoudoin woro in clover yester day afternoon at Ibo great State Fair, all on account of a special trotting race on the track. The Dallas Driv ing Club, with a spirit of enterprise, have decided to have special races every alteruoon prior to the. grand rnciug wnek, and yesterday witnessed thn formnl opening with A RACK FOH COLTS for a special purso. The entries wore lirownlee'H Douuis Mulcahey, King's Clay, Hill's Mainforino and the sorrel, Gloucoo. Dennis Mulcahey wen, winning throe straight heat with apparent ease. The following is tli o summary . Pennls Mulcahey 1 1 1 Clay a 3 8 Miinibrino H b !t (llencoe 4 U Time :021, 'i:M, 2:.VIj. Mr. Alex. Cockroll, who has charge of the Wild West, wishes to auuounco that on Monday and Wednesday of next week ho will turn loose in the arena twenty wild, fiery and unbroken cattle fresh from the plains, and elvven cowboys will endeavor to rope and tie them. The first two days' sport will bo open to the world for the Association prizes, and there are al ready entries from Texas, Wyoming and Colorado, including the cham pion rider, Rogers, of Taylor, who has tlio record of roping aud ty ing a steer in 57 seconds. There will bo line sport on Monday the Slat when a special exhibition of riding aud tying Blccrs, open to rldors of Dallas county puly. The THIRD DAY open this morning. The Mexican baud gave a splendid concert. Their rendi tion of the works of celebrated com posers was incomparable aud won the plaudits of a largo crowd of enthusias tic admirers. This baud which con sists of 57 thorough and trained mu si ciaus, is one of the best, if not the best, baud in this part of America, and they are always sun- to give a musical treat to the yjbitors to the Fair. Nearly all tho exhibits in Exposition Hall are ready. Horticultural Hall will bo completed in tho vay of ex hibits by this evening. Agricultural Hall is complete as is also tho I'oultry aud l'ot Stock Departments. Machin ery aud Powor Hall will bo opened Tuesday next, at which tiiuo the great ''air will be in first-class working or der. This afternoon a celebrated :rr auaut will ascend in his baloon and at a dlstanco of one mile from the earth, elio will leap from tho balloon with a parachute, a feat never before at tempted in thin part of tho country. Notwithstanding the disagreeable wind which is blowing quite hard, thuro is a largo crowd on the grounds this evening. Exhibition, Machinery, Agricultural, l'ower and Horticultur al Halls are crowded with anxious visitors. The regular concert was given by tho Mcxicuu Bund. Tho races at 8 o'clock have drawn a large crowd to the raco track, and there is a lino prospect for some excellent (Continued on oIkIiHj pugo.) E. B A. U MAN'S Wholesale and Retail Millinery, Parisian Cloak and Suit Fall aifl Winter Styles for '87 and I OF CHILDREN'S, M1SSKS' AND LADIES' JACKETS, NEW MARKETS, MANTILLA COATS, HAVERLOCKS, CAPES, ULSTERS, PLAIN CIRCULARS, SHORT WRAPS, RAG LANDS, Plaim or Beaded. The above in Light and Heavy Weight. 1 . TI-ZE PARISIA.2Sr CLOAIv ajsd SUIT CO. Will knock the bottom out of prices for the nex t twenty day. f defy competition to meet my Price", Qualities and Styles. KID GLOVE ISARGA.IN SALTS THIS 2nd pir 4 nl 6 Button Kid Ulovci all Color, at 4.V, ."c and !K)o pair. WO pair Opera Shades, Foster Patent, d to 10 Hooka, at wc 10 h.j. Special Hondo Jerseys, Coat Back, All Colors, at Only bUc. Ladies' . and Misses': Suits, ot Latest Fabrics nud Make, in all Qunlltles and Styles, rangiuif In price $4.90, $5.40, $6.25, $7.80. $8.35, $9.70, $11.25, $14.50, $19.00, $33.50 to $65.00. Elegant Black and Colored SILK SUITS, to be sold at the cost of the material. Company All worth double. and Anieri We Lead Stjie and PATTERN HATS AND BONNKTS ON DISPLAY. Mv vst collection of new and attractive Mllllnerv Trlmniinia of Silt Vnlveta. riimhes In Plain Glare. Moire and Beaded, alo an Immense line oi i onipou C'ocka" Humes. Winics, Fancy Feathers. Tips and Half l'liiines. L'nlriinmed Hals and Bonnets, in Milans l'liuh Felt and Velvet, covered, of European can manuiacture, are ready for Inspection. My bolesale ttoi k iruaranteea styles in Shapes aud colors that no bouse in tne Mate can mow. lrir" 1'APvISIAN CLOAK AND SUIT COMPANY i. n-.'v " i - - w complete and inapnifleent line of Lljrht and lleavv Weight Short Wrapn. Plain or Jet Beaded. Also an elegant line of Ladies', Misses and til l:ri s ,. l.andome desisns and fabrics in the latest fall xtvlesof Parfj. London, Berlin and American Specialties. My prices this season will be Tar below w i. ,i. . , -,i i-i thiscity. All are cordially Invited to come and examine our Suit and Wraps of Latent Design and Make. All Suits or w raps bought ot us wll s ) u t the form frea of charge. .'Mi!1 . ! 1 Ms Ej. Baa.mian, Parisian Cloak and Suit Company, Wholesale Milliinery House, 706, 708 and 710 Elm Street, Dallas.