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HANDKERCHIEFSLadies' and Gents'
Japanese Silk h.anakercliiefs, Plain Hem
stitched, Embroidered and with Initial.
Holiday prices 2S cts. to *2.00 each.
Init'al, Embroidered, and Linen Lawn
Motto Goods 500 styles. White, Fancy,
Scalloped and Plain Hemstitched. Holi
day Prices, 5c to $25 each.
HANDKERCHIEFS Elegant assort
ment Lace Handkerchiefs, Real Oriental,
4,teal Duchesne Lace, new and elegant de
sighs. Holiday Prices. 12c to %6.75 each.
NECKWEARNew Styles of Ladies'
Fine Lace and Ribbon Dress Fronts, Bilk
n Oriental Fichus. Holiday Prices, 40c to
of Spanish and Real Hand-Run Lace Scarfs
and Fichus. Holiday Prices, 95o to t6.00
NECKWEARLadies' and Children's
Fancy Lace Bets, fine Oriental and Point
Lace Collars. Holiday Prices 5c to Si. 25
FANSGrand display of Fine Gauze,
^Satin and Feather Fans, Plain and Hand
Paiuted Goods. Holiday Prices, 68c to
Many of the above goods worth double.
Wort up to 15 Each
12-inch Negro D11
Bux of Tools, slid.ng cover.
Kitchen Sets in boxes.
Noah's Arks Fn\\ of Animals.
Box of A Blocks.
Card Game of Old Maid.
Wooden Banks, with lock and key.
Whips with whistles.
Trains, enpine and two cars.
Farm Yards in wood boxes.
Ass irted Box Toys.
Fair of Doll's Shoes.
Fancy Japanese Baskets.
"Watches with Chains.
Cats, Dogs, Birds, Roosters, Ducks.
Wooden Horses on Rockers.
China Tea Sets.
Assorted Tin Toys on Wheels.
Toy Flat Irons, wood handle.
Pastry Sets, three pieces.
China Shoes, Images, etc., etc., et a
Jack in the Box.
Linen ABC Books.
Xinas Cards, etc., etc.
China Dressed Dolls, with hair.
No. 108 E. Fif h, St. Paul, (u'p Stairs.)
Henry Lawrence, Prop.
FIRST CLASS MEALS TO ORDER AT
Regular Dinner, 12:30 to 3, 25 cts.
Furnished Rooms for Gentlemen Only.
S. MARY CANADA'S,
NO. 377 ROBERT ST.,
Rooms by the Day, Week or Month.
Excellent meals. Breakfast from
8:30 to 9 A. M. Dinner from
3:30 to 5 P. M.
NO. 41 E. 6TH ST.
MRS. LOTTIE ROACH, PROP.
Best Board in the City, by the Meal,
Day or Week. Lodgings
NO. 541 SIBI.ET ST.
Strictly First Class rooms and board,
at reasonable rates.
Breakfast from 6:30 to 8:30 A M.
Dinner from 12:00 to 1:30 p. M.
Supper from 6:00 to 7:30 P.M.
Private Dinner or Supper Parties
Served on Notice.
Br. K. S, Morgan.
All kinds of dental work done, and sat
isfaction guaranteed. Different filling!
1 ,']t ft specialty. No 39 Washington Ave. S
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BAZAAR HOLIDA PRICE,
Your Choice. Worth up to 25c
Extra size of Kitchen Sets, in strong
Large Toy Whips, leather lash.
Musical Ratt.es, usnorted colors.
Large Noah's Arks.
Tin Street Cars, with horses.
Wooden Side Boards, nicely painted.
Assorted Tin Wagons, large ones.
Tin Kitchens and Furniture.
Toy Villages, in laree boxes.
Toy Farm Yards, in large boxes.
Wooden Soldier.*, in boxes.
Ten Pins, in slide-cover boxes.
Britannia Tea Sets.
Assorted Papier Macho Toys.
Thimbles, in plush cases.
Iron Safes, lock and keys.
Large Sadirons, wooden handles.
Harmonica Humming Tops.
Tin Stoves, with furniture.
Cube ABC Blocks, lithographed.
Dolls, Jewelry Sets, Earrings, Etc.
Figures, with movable heads.
Heavy Board-Covered Books.
Two-Wheel Toy Cart, painted red, tin
Extra Large Size Scrap Books, heavy
3 Key Blow Harmonicas.
ALSO Youth's Suits. You can take
Once a customer,
Always a customer.
HEEB'S TZBZIE LISTI
In presents given away Christmas
morning. The ten principal gifts
are an Upright Grand Piano, a Cab-
inet Organ, a Ladies' Seal Jacket, a White Sew-
ing Machine, a Man's Natural Color Seal Over-
coat, a Silver-Plated Piano Lanp, a Mahogany
Chamber Set, a Pony, Harness and Cutter, an
Alaska Seal Cap and a Garland Large Size
Take a Distribution Card with you for every
purchase. It will not cost a cent.
your pick of any $20 Suit in the house
price marked in plain figures, for
Hundreds of customers testis to the bargains obtained in our Boys
and Children's department. Those Children's Suits at $5, $6,
$7 and $8 are pronounced the best bargains ever offered.
LEADING BUSINESS MM
Will Take Charge Of Our Gift Distribution On
ONLY 3 DAYS MORE!
In which to take advantage of ourstupendous
offers. The ten leading gifts are without doubt
the richest and most elegant, and the most pop-
ular collection of presents ever given away by
by any mercantile house on this continent,
YOUR CHOICE. WORTH UP TO 50c EACH,
Combination Wooden Set and Side
board, with all utensils, complete in box.
Cover makes a nice table.
Extra large size stoves striking colors.
18-inch Kid Body Bisque Head Dolls,
Shoe* and Stockings.
14-inch Noah's Arks five animals.
Stem-Winding Watches with Chains.
Livery Stable full of Horses.
Parlor Furniture, 8x10 boxes.
Plush Pug Dogs on Wheels.
Folding Backgammon and Checker
Hill's ABC Blocks, oil boiled colors,
New Comic Cubes.
7-inch Brass-Bound Drums.
Nickel-Plated Mechanical Locomotives.
Race Horse and Jockey.
Mammoth Tin Wagons.
Large Donkeys on Wheels,
Elephants on Wtieels.
Work-boxes, fitted complete. Lock and
key on box.
Mechanical Ostrich and Triver."
Immense Assortment of Card Games.
13xl4-inch Scrap Books, gilt covers, 24
Decorated Tea Sets, 21 pieces.
and 215 S. E OLSON &
AN enormous stock of them. The most
magnificent Bargain ever shown this
season at $15. You can take one
of these ulsters for
31 and 33 Washington Avenue Sooth. '4:\JV
Open.every evening this week until 9 o'clock.'
213 21 5 NICOLLET AVENUE.
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50c Your Choice
WORT TO $1.00.
50c for a 9-inch brass-bound Drum with
50c for a Big Xtnas Tree.
50c for Nickel-Plated Bank, iron,
50c for Uncle Tom Bank, iron.
50c for Mechanical Plantation Darkey
50c for Iron Train.
50c for Wooden Horse and Cart.
50c for Mammoth Wooden Horse on Plat
form 12x12 inches.
50c for the Gem Piano.
50c for Handsomely Decorated China
50c for extra large box of Ten-Pins.
50c for Boy's Sled, length 42 inches.
50c for 25-inch Model Wa Head DolL
50c for Iron Horse Cart and Driver.
50c for Patent Head Elegant Dressed Doll,
t8ia inches tall.
50c for Embos-ed Flush Autograph Albums
50c for Silk Plush Photograph Album.
50c for 6x6 Triplicate Mirror.
50c for Wood Glove Box filled with envel
opes and cards.
ALAOE E 1V
106 E. 5TH ST., ST. PAUL.
C. H. HAMILTON, PROP.
Choicest -brands of imported and do
mestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
POOL & BILLIABDS.
MRS. MARY MINK PROP.
First class Board and IiOdging
1 at reasonable rates, by the
i Day, Week or Month.
No. 56 E. SIXTH, _:^ ST. PAUL, MINH.
176 ^W\ 7TH S OOieUSTjEIRS-
Furniture, Carpets and Stoves,
WINDOW SHADES, DRAPERIES,
OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, ETC., ETC.
FOR CASH OR OH THE INSTALLMENT PLAN.
176 W. Seventh S "SEVEN CORNERS" St Paul, Mirni.
Jewel Cases, with tray, satin-lined,
Imported Work Boxes, in wood, com
plete with fittings, with lock and key,
Silk Plush Shaving Cases, complete
Silk Plush, Satin-Lined Work Boxes,
7x10 inches, tufted satin pockets inside,
Manicure Sets, five pieces, oxydized sil
ver fittings, rococo cases, elegant and lat
Eight piece Manicure Sets in silk plush
Embossed Japanese Leather Portfolios,
Genuine Seal Leather Covered Lap Tab
Three-piece Toilet Sets, oxydized silver
fittings the genuine goods in silk plush
ROCOCO CASES, ten-piece Manicure
and Toilet combined, swinging French
nlate mirror in cover, genuine oxydized
ROCOCO CASE, gold and silver trim
mings, satin lined, consisting of eleven
pieces, oxydized silver fittings,
ROCOCO CASE, elesrant satin linings,
fifteen pieces, combination case, drop
front, oxydized fittings,
Others at $23.50, 80, to $100.
f.A W. THUI
CHICAGO, ST. PAOL
KANSAS CITY RY.
When you are traveling between:
Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago
Dubuque, Marshalltown, Des Moines,
St. Joseph, Kansas City or St. Louis.
Because it is the Shortest, Quickest
and BEST route.
No. 195 East Third Street St. Paul, Minn.
No. 3 Nicollet House Block, Mi ineapol s.
JAND UNION DKPUTS.J
JISTTcl- eacopes I
the world. Oarfidlitirai_-.
traaqasM, and to introduce out
to ORB FXBSOK in each locality,
above. Only tkwe who writ*
tout at oncecan auk* tare of
the chance. AN yea here todo in
return is to show goods to
those who callyearr neighbor*
and those aroondyon. Tbebe
gfnnlnf of this adtsttlseiusnt
shows the small end of the tels
tsepe. The following eat gives the appearance of it reduced to
about the fiftieth part of its bulk. It is a grand, double size tele
scope, aslargeas iseasy tocarry. We will alsoshow yon how yon
can make from S 3 toSlO a day at least, from the start,with
out experience. Better write at once. We pay all express charges.
Address.H.HAM.ETT A CO., Box 88O, POBTLAKB, MAIMB.
JL. No. 378 Minnesota St.
George Brown, Proprietor.
MKAM O OKD ER A AM, HOUBS.
REGULAR MEALS, ISC.
Breakfast from 6:00 to 9:00
Pinner from. 11:30 to 3:00
Sapper from 5:00 to 9:00
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.i
OPEN ALL NIGHT
gains in Holida Good
Bazaar Holiday Prices.
Massive Bronze Inkstands, 81.25.
5 Piece Brass Smokers' Sets, 75c.
Brass Ash Receivers, 15c
Flush tat.oner Boxes, 75c, 81, 81.25, up
WM Cards, BooKlets, Etc.
Blades of Grass.
Meek in Spirit.
Lilies of the Valley.
Easel back, ragged
AT 15 CENTS.
Elegant line of
Peace in Jesus, etc.
Etc., Eta. Etc.
AT 525 CENTS.
Hark! the Herald
Refuge and Strength.
Grace and Glory.
Love and Light.
The Better Part
By Land and Sea.
Landscape and Song.
A Yule of Cheer.
Joy Bells, Etc., Etc.
Celluloid Book Marks, 23c.
Celluloid Blotters, saw shape, 50c
Satin, Hand-Painted Satchels. 35.
Satin Handkerchief Sachets, hand-paint
Celluloid Calenders, 75c.
Hand-Painted Satin Glove Pouches, $2.
Celluloid Photo Holder, $1.50.
Satin Crescent, mounted on cushion,
Our Ship of State, filigree, satin sail,25c.
Satin Cushion, lyre shape, 35c.
Banjo-shaped Satin-finished Cushion,
Harp-shaped Satin-finished Cushion, 35c.
Large Banjo, gold strings, hand-painted
on 8atin, $2.75.
Large Violin, hand-painted pansies, 12.75.
The Star of Bethlehem, 75c.
Hand-painted Satin Handkerchief Pouch
tinsel cord trimming, lace edges, $1.50.
Others at S2, $2.50, $3.50, up to $10.
No 86 E FIFTH STKBBT.
T. CUNNINGHAM, PROP.
POOL AND BILLIARDS.
Foreign and Domestic
Wines, Liquors, Cigars.
KID GLOVESLadies' 4 and 6 button
length, latest embroidered backs oil new
colors. Holiday Prices, 50c to $2 per pair.
KID GLOVESLadies 8-button Mous
quetaireand Suede Kid Gloves new em
broidered backs: street and opera shades.
Holiday Prices. $L75 to $2.25 per pair.
BUCK GLOVESGents' Castor and
Plymouth Buck Gloves: patent buttons
nicely embroidered backs elegant goods.
Holiday prices, i 1.25 to i2.00 per pair.
GENTS MITTENS Fur-trimmed,
hemmed tops, fleeced and lamb-lined
good long wrists, embroidered backs.
Holiday Prices, 75c to S2.50 per pair.
LADIES' MITTENSFur-trimmed and
hemmed tops, Kid Mittens fleeced lined
nicely embroidered backs all colors
Holiday Prices, 68c to $2.25 per pair.
LADIES SILK MITTENSLadies' Pure
Silk Mittens, single and double, plain and
fancy backs. Holiday Prices, $1.00 to $2.50
CHILDREN'S MITTENSKid Mittens,
fur-trimmed, fleeced-iined new embroi
dered backs all colors. Holiday Prices,
60c to $1.00 per pair.
CHILDREN'S SILK MITTENS-Pure
Silk Mittens, extra lon fancy wrists all
colors. Holiday Prices, 75c to $1.50 each.
LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF FINE
GOODS IN THE CITY.
40c for a Girl's Sleigh, nicely painted
35c for a Boy's Coaster Sleigh, made of
best hard wood iron shoes 36 inches
75c for a Double-Rocker Horse, known
as the "Shoo Fly bent rockers will not
85c for Boys' Best Coaster Sled in the
market full round spring shoes fenders
on side nicely painted, striped and fin
$1 for a fine Magic Lantern, nickel plat*
ed with views.
75c for a Child's Folding Table, strong
and durable, painted in bright red color.
50c for Mammoth Ten Pins, polished
$1 for the Modern Iron Hose cart, 14
inches in leneth.
$1 for the Iron Passenger Tram, length.
25 inches engine, tender and coach.
SI for the Young American Tool Chest,
hardwood boxes, containing 24 tools.
90c for the Mammoth Brass-Bound Snare
Drum, hook and strap.
SI for the Schoeuhut Toy Piano 15keys
75c for the Mammoth Rustic Picture and
A. B. C. Blocks.
50c for the popular game of Lotto, with
glasses, in trunk-shape boxes.
YOU ARE IN MINNEAPOLIS,
DO NOT FAIL TO CALL ON
The Nicollet Avenue Photographer
THE FINEST CABINET PHOTOGRAPHS
ONLY $2.00 PER DOZEN.
Each Sitter is presented with an elegant 8x10 painted por-
trait of themselves. Old pictures copied to Cabinet
Size a Specialty at $2.00 per dozen. Orders
by mail accompanied with post or ex
press Orders will receive prompt
and careful attention.
Branch galleries at St. Cloud and Fergus Falls, Minn.
415,417 and 419 Nicollet Avenue Minneapolis.
207 NICOLLET AND 323 WASHINGTON AVE. S., MINNEAPOLIS.
fHE LARGEST HOUSEHOLD GOODS ESTABLISHMENT WEST OF CHICAGO.
W can furnish your house from cellar to garret, at prices that no other house
*ean compete with. W make a specialty of Medium and Lo Priced Goods, and
carry a full line of Second-hand Goods as well as New. People going to house-
keeping will do well to give us a call and inspect our stock, no trouble to show
goods. Unf Goods sold on monthly installments. Give us a call.
W^ BUTT. PHIL E EBID.
!&old Watch. .___
Worth SIOO.OO. e
Iwatch in the world. Perfect I
timekeeper. Warranted nearjr,
.SOLID GOLD hunting cases.
IBotb ladies' and gent's sizes,
with works and cases of
Jeqnal TInei Oxs PjtKSON in
.'each, localityrcanhsecure onee Cre togethe wit oar Urg
Ca. These samples, a* well
wmwa, are firce. All the work you
needdototo shew what we send yon to these who callyour
-1 neighborsand those about yenthatalwaysremits
forras,,whichholdss lorryean whenonceestarted,. ralubleitradee trad fo ns which hold lo yea when onc started
and tans wear, repaid. We nay all express, freight, etc After
yonknewaU.lfyonwonldBketorotowork tor n'
earn ftem S to per week and epwardi.
sMasemetECe.,wxl, Pewta*.*, 1
To Sell Our Boyal Book,
"The Black Phalanx."
It is a history of tbe Negro Soldiers and gives fl
full account of their services in fiabUng for SMB
dom and the Union, from the 5*wJ*tioif.n to *05
present time. SPLENDIDe PICTURES of S
Negro Troops. All sam itd is the grandest book
ever written. Piles ofrmoney to be made Selling it
forevery body wantls it. You Can Make Money'
0 dollars 50
books. Don't fail to send at once for circnlar.
and see onr Liberal Terms to Asants A5"S !Z
AMERICAN PUBLI8HINC CO??HartfordI
Boston. Cincinnati or St I^isToLlSffig^
Music Furnishedfor Balls and Partial
CHAS. We HOWARD,
JTo. 4 MnansoxAj