From hats to dress-goods—the addition of still another adjoining store was inevitable—came as a fairly natural sequence.
“dress-goods, yarns, and tops” has been our industrial hymn and prayer.
We hear of his marking a piece of dress-goods forty-nine cents a yard.
Gittin' married,' says she, 'is like buyin' a piece o' dress-goods at the store.
At the dress-goods counter there was a neat little stack of pamphlets entitled "In the World of Fashion."
There are vegetables of many kinds, furniture, and dress-goods of all colors.
Every seamstress in the room bent forward with an exclamation of pleasure as the piece of dress-goods was unrolled.
At last he fell asleep, with his head resting on a pile of dress-goods; and the candle was burning unattended.