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I -A. A i itro OLD SERIES VOL. 38. DALLAS TEXAS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1887. NEW 8ERIEH, VOL. a NO. a 4 1 V. FELLMAN, GRUMBACH & HARRIS. Great Reduction in fr IS JI yj a In order to quickly dispose of our immense stock, we will sell the following lines of Silks and Dress Goods at greatly reduced figures : OUR 81.25 FAILLE PRANOAISE, In Garnol, Wine, Seal, Navy, Plum, Sap phire, Medium Brown and Cardinal, bnve been reduced to 95c A YAfiD. OUR 81.50 FAILLE FRANOAISE, in Gobelin, Steel, MnliOKiinv, Medium Brown. Bronze Olive, Navy, ilaviuia and Wine, Lave been reduced to $1.15 A YARD. Our $1 Colored 20-Inch GROS GRAIN SILKS, in Brone, Myrtle, Navy, Browns, Garnet, Gobelin, Slatea, Plum and Myrtle, have uecn reuuecu to 85c YARD. BLACK SILKS. Our "fie qualltr Our Wciulity . Our if I Mi (inallty Our l.lfl quHlity Our 1.2.') quality Our tfl.N) uality Our fl.75 quality reduced to fl"c reduced te "fie reduced to B.'ic reduced to iXc reduced to ffl.m reduced to reduced to tfl.as BLACK SILKS. Our our Our Our Our Our Our SI. 8.i quality Vi.iKl iuality HI.! quality MM quality Si 7!i qiiultly :UMI qualitv S.l.Td quulil'y reduced to f I r.O reduced to SI. lift reduced to Sl.Tft reduced to C2.uO reduced to 2.25 reduced to S2.fti reduced to :i.(Xl SPEOIA.Hi ATTEBTTION is called to the extensive variety of HIGH NOVELTIES for evening wear, embracing the latest importations of Glace Surah, Two-Toned Moires, Crape de Cnine, China Pongees, Brouche, Velvets, Fancy Flashes, Chenille Embroidered Illusions, Pearl Beaded Nets, all of which have been grratly reduced in price for THIS WEEK ONLY. 1500 YARDS COLORED CASHMERES tuirty-Blx iuclios wide, in every Imaginable shade, worth fully 2."e, Lave been reduced to 1H l-2c A YARD. 50 PIECES ALL WOOL SERGE l inches wide, in nil new, fashionable similes, usually sold at Mc, have been reduced to 850 A YARD. 1250-Yarfls All Wool Cashmeres 3(1 Inches wide, tlno '?wUti, 'comprint tig 22 ibadoa, sold every where at 00c, we have reduced to . 40c A YARD. KID GLOVE DEPARTMENT. During last week we rccoived 140 DOZEN UNDItKSSEI) KID GLOVES In the wont fusMomible shaJcs, which we bave put on our counter at 50 CENTS A PAIR. 50 CENTS A PAIR. Ladies who saw these Gloves last week were surprised to xeo the quantity aud quality, as tnese goous are not lue ordinary Glove sold eiNcwheru. . qur READY MADE GOODS AND CLOAK DEPARTMENT. we keep busy to our utmost, owing to the fact that the reductions made last week convinced our patrons that not alone our Variety is the Largest but Our Prices the Lowest in the City, We have had but little trouble in fitting every lady, as our stock is complete in all sizes from the smallest to the largest, in quality from the medium to the finest quality. FOR WANT ri OF ROOM ! Postively Selling Out The ' CLOAK AND SUIT DEPARTMENT. I WILL OCCUPY THE BUILDING FOR WHOLESALE MILLINERY. All Tj1-!-it4--i-i ! QVi rvTirno cs ao in CW ag It on1 .Qni Dnnm T?r .QqIa M 1 1 JClAuUlDO aiiU UJLlUVYUaOUD 111 JLJOjTL CL11U. UU1U llUUlli Ill utiiu, y THIS IS NO SHAM ADVERTISEMENT. $25,000 Worth of Cloaks and Suits to be SOLD AT KSCi 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 OFFERED. B. BAUMAN, Parisian Cloak and Suit Company WHOLESALE MILLINERY HOUSE, 708, 708 AND 710 ELM STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS. $ 28,056.25 Tl 15 tit Milt If Goods Mil l! 11$ Eli Excess of Last Year, for the Corresponding Period and Number of Days. I: Pas Tin Ms ii In other words, we have increased aur retail sales of Clothing, Fur nishing Goods and Hats fifteen hun deed 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. ni-JL- J HI 3J Success As a closing climax of the most active season for trade we have ever enjoyed, we have - determined throughout this month, December and January to give every visitor or customer to our palatial stores one of these handsome Cabinet Photo-Lithographs, "perfect gems 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. Ton have wondered before at things we have done, and you will wondex again and again, and we hope for many years to come. Tie fact is, we have gathered around us a trade which is the won der of Dallas, of North Texsnay, the State at large. We have always kopt our word with the people, and 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 beyeud doubt the most complete in the So th-west, 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 REINHARDT & CO., THE CLOTHIERS, 736, 738 and 740 Elm St, Cor. Murphy. SPECIAL BABGAESTS FOR.THREE DAYSvONLY. We will close out from the manufacturers of the Celebrated Star Shirt 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.