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Sevent- and Sibley Streets.
We call special attention to the following
lines for this week which we will offer to meet
all demands and competitors.
We positively agree
not to be undersold
AT A_> TY COST!
We offer 50 Silk Suits at $13.50, and prom
ise to refund your money if you can get it
made for $20.
100 better Silk Suits at tne same proportion and
the same guarantee.
150 Kilt Suits for children from 2 to 6 years at
$1.50, $2, and $2.50, which we bought at
a great sacrifice, and offer them to our
p.nstnnrifirs a,t a, hn,rp*a,iii liruinnroachable.
In Calico, Gingham, Worsted, Plaids, Cashmere,
Swiss and Lawn Suits, from 2 to 16 years,
. from 25 cents upwards. You cannot get
tl*em made for double the price.
Ribbons at a price less than what they cost to
The Hoop Brand in all colors:
No. 4 at 5 cents.
5 at 6 cents.
7 at 7 cents.
9 at 10 cents.
12 at 12£ cents.
The R Brand, our own, all Silk, Satin and Gros
No. 4 at 8 cents.
5 at 9 cents.
7 at 10 cents.
9 at 14 cents.
12 at 18 cents.
Remember but one day positively, Monday,
April the 21st. This is a big drive.
5,000 Children School Hats, fully trimmed, from
25c to 50c, that milliners will charge $1.
Come and see if we tell the truth.
500 dozen of Ostrich Tips and Plumes in all
the newest colors at one-half the price ac
tually what you have to pay elsewhere.
We are headquarters for Millinery Goods
and it pays to trade with us.
201, 203, 205 East Seventh street
ST. PAUL, M1XK,SUXL TAYM0EXIXG, APRIL 20, 1884.— TWELVE PAGES.
DRY GOODS AND CARPETS
I. E. Corner Seventh and Jackson streets.
Thousands of dollars have been saved by
people who have visited our store during the
We place on sale to-morrow, MOXDAY,
APRIL 21st, at 9 a, m., the following bargains
LPftm HBmiff \$nv\i himkiiwn
rsutii NBW 15M HUUIWH
12Jc pays for 24-inch wide Half-Wool Cash
mere, all colors.
5c for Brocaded Dress Goods, worth 15c.
8c for Striped Mohair, all new shades, worth 20c
16^c for 27-inch German Debege.
25c for 40-inch French Cashmere.
35c for extra quality Cashmere.
48c for Cashmere sold elsewhere at 75c.
An endless variety in Fancy Plaids and Com
bination Goods from 18c to $1.50 per yard.
Tailor-made Silk suits, $12.50, $15 to $25.
Silk Capes and Mantles from $5 to $25.
Cloth Walking Jackets 75c, worth $2.50.
Five hundred Cashmere suits, $5 to $10.
Five hundred Hoop Skirts at 19c.
Muslin Underwear at ridiculously low prices.
Chemise, Skirts, Pantelettes, _\ight Dresses
and Corset Covers, from 25c to $2.50.
AMRG9HT HI PROS
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In Kid Gloves,
Lisle Thread and
Look at our Hosiery before purchasing else
Look at our carpets before paying fancy prices.
2-ply Ingrain, full yard wide, 25c.
Extra heavy Double-Chain 35c, 45c to 50c.
All-Wool extra super choice patterns 60c, 65c,
75c to 85c.
Choice, styles Brussels 75c, 80c, 85c, and 90c.
New patterns in Body Brussels at $1.25; same
as others charge $1.75 for.
Velvets, Mouquettes, etc., at equally low
Open nntil 9 o'clock at Sight
N. E. Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets
Take pleasure in informing their patrons, that
their assortment is now complete in
IMPORTED AXD AMERICAN
sim & sun wraps!
Sill Al WORSTED DRESSES!
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Brocade Grenadine Mantles,
Brocade Velvet Mantles,
Jetted Silk Mantles,
Beaded Cloth Mantles!
Also a large variety of Stylish
In Plaids and plain materials, fo? traveling and carriage wear.
Among them the popular
"Lady Clare" Raglan,
Jersey Jackets, and
Jersey Newmarkets, plain and braided.
Embroidered Fichus and Capes, in
Canton Crepe, Camel's Hair, and
Juddah Cloth, black and colors,
London cut. Tailor-made Cloth suits!
An elegant assortment.
Our display of j
Hisses' and Children's Ms and Wraps!
This season surpasses any previous effort, while prices are in
disputably low. We show complete assortments for all ages from
2 to lGvears. of
PLAIN AND PLAID WRAPS
In Jersey and Hubbard styles.
Flannel Combination Suits.
Cashmere and Surah Combination Suits.
Silk and Velvet Suits.
Checker Silk Suits.
Organdie and Pique Suits.
India Linen and Lawn Suits.
Chambray and Gingham Suits.
TBI & HEM STUM
Mail Orders receive prompt and careful attention.
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iUlluIIQU i SCUguO.
BEFORE REMOVING TO OUR NEW STORE.
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We will sell goods cheaper than ever. Goods consist of a
varied and rich stock o/ Jewelry 9 Gold and Silver Watches,
Fine Stock of Diamonds,Guns, Bi files and Bevolvers, Mu
sical Instruments, Field Glasses and Opera Glasses,
Bank Clocks, Office Clocks, a few fine Mantel Clocks,
Family Clocks of All Kinds, Silverware, Solid Silver
Knives, Forks, Spoons, Music Boxes, Optical Goods,
Meerschaum Pipes, Cigar-Holders. We will quote a few
Special Bargains to show you how we have
Gold and Silver Watches, fly-backs and repeaters. Hnntins 65 dwt. 18 carat
case, independent quarter split and fly-back, originally cost $550. We have
always asked $300 for this Watch. Price is marked down to $240.
A $700 minute repeater that we have been asking $300 for is marked down
All Gold and Silver Watches in stock will be reduced in price about the same
proportion, until —lay 1st.
One of the most artistic and handsome Meerschaum Pipes; the design is a
young lion, perfectly formed; claws, teeth, mane and tall perfection; in the coils
of a huge reptile; the mouth-piece is a heavy line amber (3 1-3 inches long),
with solid gold feril, and als:> the top of bowl is trimmed with gold. It is not
burned or scratched, only been used a very little. Cost at Fctsch's, on Third
street, $71. Will sell it f >r 830; a uice case with it.
Knights of Pythias IJesalia, full and complete, extra sword, only used twice.
The whole thing is in a trunk made to hold lhe Suit. Cost $05. Sell for $32.50
Have marked down the $27 5 Hammerless Greener Gun to $100. It is as fine
a gun as there is in St. Paul.
One large Music Box, in nice condition, taken from a party that kept a lager
beer hall. Box is large size, with]drum, bells, etc. Cost $225; will sell for $00.
Another very fine Music Box, for private family. Cost $125; for $50.
One beautiful $050 Diamond Cross, marked down to $-125.
Solitaire Diamond Ear-Drops, Diamond Bings and Diamond Lace Pins,
marked down in the same proportion.
Goods sent 0. O. D M with privilege of ex
Money to loan on All Goods of Value.
Bo. 41 Jackson street ODDOsite the Merchants Dotel.
"We have some Rare BARGAINS In Second-baud
Square PIANOS, on E_»y Term*.
Packard Orchestral Organs,
Taken back from parties who could not complete
their payment*, which we offer at spki [AL
PRICES, or lt-s than one-half actual value. Da
not miss this opportunity to buy t'UEAP aud ou
Have you ever seen tho
Cylinder-top BEHR Pianos?
If not, you should call at once and ——mine theso
MRS. M.C. THAYER
418 Wabashaw street.
Sohmer, Guild, Bauer, _tasleh & Bai' . -
Smith, American, New England and st'
Sole Agent for the celebrated
SGHAJ-L B -KJOS.
Sheet __dc Be, I0c, half price and regular.
Instrument* of all kinds at wholeeale and retail.
String! a specialty.
Mil-. THAYKK hartalg purchased J—ins Zaho
nyfa well selected stock, Invites—s frier
the public to cull and secure the beat bargains in
the city. no
For Pianos & Organs
For Catalogue* aril Lowest I'rlrefl.
For Acenelea a<<l Territory, Address
C. W. YOUNGMAN,
115 K. Seventh street, ST. 1'AIL.
L. N. SCOTT, Manager.
Three Sights mil ;i Matinee. Commencing
Monday, April i 1st.
Sew York Star Combination,
Headed by the Great and Only
J- UIU XVVVXAV ¥ a
Assisted by the beat
On the Road.
Full Braes Band and Orchestra.
Seats now aeHtaig.
Reserved scats, §1.00 and 75c. Admission, 7."o
and 50c. Gallery, :25c. 103-10
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
L. N. SCOTT, Manager.
Three Nights and Matinee 1
Thursday, April 24th!
WHIRLWIND OF FUN!
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BUNCH OF KEYS!
Or, THE HOT--.
Sale of seats begins at box oflice Wednesday, 9 a.m
SUNDAY ETCHING CONCERT,
Mr, AM son, 1881,
ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
%3T The Last Concert but One.
An entertaining popnlar programme for the
fal-miniM % Tintinu
UU1U-J_-U_1-1£ VS, l-UUUgi
Ceilings SI and upwards; rooms §2.50 and up
wards. Tint—g walls 10 per cent, extra, Inside
and outside painting from 1 to 1J4 cents per
square foot. All work guaranteed. Send post
card or leave oiders at ehop.
104-133 58 West Tenth street.
No. 127 West Third street,
ST. PAUL, - - MINN.
All branches of Music tanght, lnclud—g
PIANO, ORGAN, VIOLONCELLO,
VIOLIN, ZITHER and HARMONY.
MISS MARIE GEIST, Graduate of the Roy-
Conservatory of Music in Munich, Principal.
MISS KATIE GEIST, Assistant Teacher.
MISS EMMA LAWRENCE, Zither Teacher,
MISS LAURA W. HALL, narmony Teacher.
Corner of Wabashaw and Fourth street
over Express Oflice, 870..