oLUffKiuKH VOL. 38.
DALLAS TEXAS. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER i, 1887.
NKW HEKIKH, '
VOIi. a NO. '247
SANGER BROS. I1
For Mio opiMihitf of the third 'week of 11k Givat IVxjis Stale Fair and Dallas I x-
position, v lake pleacnrc in mmouiicinu; i
A GREAT SPECIAL SALE OF
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS.
i r We will sell a line of f;r.w (irain Hlack Silks, good value lor
Au uOC Si. 25.
j ai nc We have marked a Hue qualify of Bluek (iro (Jraiii Silks,
At OL.did usually sold ait SO. S
At 95C A ,ln(' 5,sson,,('n ol Colored Satin Sirrah silks, Worth 8f.:J5. '.
i i ti 1 Kxira heavy quality and extra wide Colored Satin Khadames
At tpl.lU. thI new from SI '.
THE GREAT EXPOSITION.
TTWNDANlK ALL THAT
COULD BR Di:siiti:i),
Ami Everybody Tliat Keen it Is
More 'I linn Natisfled.
ttttti HATTP TTTCjrn -DTrmPTlTTPTk QUIT "TUT? A T . NTTTTVmTT'TJC ntP i"
Fancy Striped Velvets and Plushes
wnich we are selling at 60c, 85c, $1 and $1.25 per yard, that are worth nearly doable. '
'Packages can be left in our care till called for, or will be shipped per express free to destination if
bought in our house. Store closes at 7 o'clock to-night.
I'lio ol tendance this, the nst work,
conliuues Inrg r lliau any prencctliiiff
dny, uud seems 10 giiin volume anil
enthusiasm with I lie progress of eneti
dny. Exclamation t pleasure aud
sntislaction arc henril on every baud.
The Exposition ha been a grand
thiug tor Dnlhis, a big advertisement
of Texas' dovelopeineut, her 'esources
aud hor capabilities. The evidences
here presented, of prosperity, grow
iug wraith aud 'he great incalculable
value of her undeveloped renounces,
loud to attract attention a was expor
ted, aud induce au invesiigntiou which
will be greatly bcnclicial to Dalian,
aud itn measurably adiiautagoous to
all Texas. This is a Texas iusti ution.
The towns nnd counties trout Hous
ton to Denison aud (rem SimiMi to
Tom tireen have scut collections of
their products, and evidences of tlioir
lortil soil and enterprising people, and
the result is bound to be productive of
The brightest and lightest and most
beautiful spot in Exposition lUil is
the Mew Homo sewing machine ex
hibit. Will A Wat kin & Co. have spared
no time or money this year in making
their display of pianos aud organs
equal to that of last year, and may it
be remembered that tlieir exhibit took
t: e first and only premium "Hired in
their line. Kot withstanding the fact
ih d this year thero are uo premiums
ofl'ercd iu the piano and orgau Hue,
they have ag, elegnm disnlay of the
WOKUS FAvblUTK, the " TKIN WAY,
and tli" uM reliable Fischer piauos,
which have stood the test for a half
century, and the celebrated Kstey
organ. Their display of pianos em
braces several ot the threo-voruored
concert, parlor anil baby grands,
bouddr and caHnel grand uprights;
cas iu beautiful satiu-tlniHhed ma
hogany, curled walnut and rosewood.
They also have ouo of the most pow
erful and complete reed oryans iu the
world, made by the Kstey Organ (Jo,
having two lull banks of keys, 'M
stops ami two and a half octaves of
pedal hiiHS aud o.lier instruments too
nuiiinrous to mention. Any one think
ing of buying oil her a piano or an
orgin would certainly tiud it to thoir
interest to visit Ibis exhibit, be lore
making their selection.
Tho magnificent display of munbiues
and machine, work and embroideries
by tho New Homo is indeed wonder
ful. Go and nee it and remain long
euough to examine in detail this gieat
prolusion and variety of work.
The following marriage license have
been issued by the county clerk to-day:
A. It. Kuykendall and Anna Pierce.
Eli Johnson and Harriet Goble.
T. IS. Couger .ud Anna L. Carr.
J. L. Holler and Mollio Jones.
In the district court to-day, Douglas
McKeuzio was convicted on a charge
of burglary and sentenced to two
years imprisonment in tho peniten
tiary. Au indictment for theft against
the same uarty was nol prossed.
,Tese McFarlaud, indicted for bur
)2lary, is now "ii trial.
Ladies see Mrs. Gardner's advertis-nvnt.
Thirty Thousand Dollars.
SACRIFICING CLOAK, WRAP and LADIES' SD1T SALE
TIIIS AVltaS.lv AT PR I.CES AIJ'l-: 1 i ITSTSD.
Wholesale and Retail Millinery.
2fifl PhilHrpn' an d Misses' Cloaks, to be sold at 1.50. $1.90. $2.25
63.40, $4.70 to $6.90,
S lion T J:. r.n.m1li nlain and fanntr trim mod at fc3 R.I ttd QO
$5.70, $6.10, $7.40 to $9.50.
325 Ladies' and Misses' Jackets, in plaid stripes and plain, ot $1.75
$2 35, $3.15, $4.60 to $6.90.
160 Beaded Mantillas, in Oros Grain and Twill Silk, at $9.80,
$11.40, $12.70, to $13 65. ,
500 Short Wraps, latest Styles and all qualities, at $4.75, $5.90
$7.80, $9.30 to $32 50.
260 Plush Coats and Wraps, $12.50, $14.75, $19.25, $22.50, $29.00
Ladies', Misses and Children's
Ready Made Suits.
Special Bargain Sale, Latest
Style, all Colon, Fabrics and
i'lll MIski's' mid Children's lfemly Jlmle
Suits, nl ;l.."n. ;l.,s. 4.linio tfli.Tsi.
ursi Ladies' .Suim, at t.'I.K"i, 11.40, fs.70.
Wl ."HI. I4.!HI, I8.,'XI, to tift.UO.
The ilmve Suits in Ciisluuere, Tricnl,
Muuny, l'liild Kliiiiuols nnd ttie lutt Cloths
iminuliietiiroil lor the full unci winter season.
An eh'iriint line of Hlai-k mid Colored
Hults Ht Surprising low fner.
Heudxuiirten foi Lending styles
PARISIAN NOVELTIES IN PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS,
Fancy Feathers, Plumes, Silk Velvets, Flushes, Ribbons and
everything pertaining to the Millinery business. My prices this
season will be far below anything ever offeted in the state. All
are cordiall invited to come and examine out Suits, Wraps and
elegant line of Millinery of latest design and make.
ALL SUITS OR WRAPS BOUGHT OF US WILL BE FITTED TO THE
FORM FREE OF CHARGE.
E. BAUMAN, Parisian Cloak and Suit Company,
WHOLESALE MILLINERY HOUSE, 706, 708 AND 710 ELM STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS.
BREVITY IS THE SOUL OF WIT.
This statement bears witness that we sell any article or garment in our entire stock for a lower (mark you,
not as low, out lower; tnan tne same quality will be sold by any other store in Dallas. We have hundreds of
tnousauas aoiiars wortn oi me very Dest
Clothing, Hats and Gent's Furnishing,
wmcn we uuei iux oaio ctu xveua.ii ivr uauai wnoiesaie prices. Strangers in the city are invited to take advant
age of our low prices.
I. RBINHARDT & OO.
Thy Leading Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
736, 738 and 740 ELM STREET, CORNER MURPHY.
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