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Milliners throughout the entire country are
CRYING FOR HATS.
This is our account of the scarcely of Hats of
desirable shapes and colors. It is only houses
that buy direct of the manufacturers that are in
a position to obtain what is really desirable this
season. We are therefore proud to announce to
our customers that, as usual, we are able to offer
them the freshest and newest of goods.
We have just received 68 cases containing 272
dozen, or in other words, 3,264 Hats of the very
latest snapes in all the new colors, which we
will open on MONDAY at our usual low prices.
There are some very fine goods among them,
and shapes that no Milliner in the city can show,
The best lot we have ever offered for the price yet. 500 dozen, of
Ostrich Tips and Pompons in 20 different colors and black, at $1
per bunch of 3 Tips. They cannot be matched for less than $2
Remember that our stock of Millinery Goods is larger than the
combined Millinery stocks in the city of St. Paul. We buy direct
from Manufacturers and Importers in case lots, and sell more goods
than all the Milliners together.
Our prices are about ONE-HALF LOWER than the same goods
can possibly be bought for elsewhere.
We give you a better selection, better goods and better styles,
for less money than any Milliner in the Northwest.
201, 203. 2Q5 East Seventh street.
DRY GOODS. ...
384 Wabashaw Street.
42-inch colored Cash
meres, all colors, re
duced from 6oc to 4 1 c.
The biggest drive in
black and colored Silks
ever offered in St. Paul.
Lisle Thread Hosiery at Half Price!
Fine Table Linen & Napkins Very Low!
A job in Opera Shades, 5 and 7 Hook,
Foster Kid Gloves, worth $2, for 79c per pair
for a few days only. , '
These are all bargains, and you will be con
vinced of the fact if you examine them.
Sale Commences IHaj, May 12.
l^Ecl_ J _A.l3>T'S ?
, 384: Wabashaw Street. y;
ST. PAUL, MINN.,SUNDAY MOUNTING, MAY 11, 1884.—TWELVE PAGES.
EMI Imay i2.| NIGHT!
Pray ] MATINEES I™™! :::
The Popular Young Actor, Mr.
As Edmund Dantes, with \
MR. JOHN STETSON'S
m I|H|§ w
SiroDg Cast . N- to EOT.
As Beforei r • - MaiL
MATINEES MATISEES :
I Popular Prices Prevail. Box Sheet Now Open,
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Call the attention of their Customers to sev
eral* Importations of
Just Opened, at prices 33 PER CENT. LESS than Last Season, and
the stock has never been equaled for
COMPLETENESS OF ASSORTMENT
Novelty of Styles.
We are now Exhibiting Newest and Latest Designs in -:J
Figured and Embroidered Swisses,
Slurred and Puffed Muslins,
Satin Checked and Striped Nainsooks, ;
Carreau dcs Indes,
1 Ecru Linen Lawn Checks,
Plain and lace Revere Tuckings, '. /
Also, every quality of Persian Lawn, French Nainsook, Organ
die, Batiste Claire,lndia Linen Lawn, Ecru Linen Lawn, White
and Colored Swiss, India Mull, India Twilled, Long Cloth,
Jones Cambric, French Percale, Pure Linen Lawn, etc,, etc.
Inspection also invited to new arrivals of >... ~
Nainsook and Swiss Embroideries,
Guipure and Point Embroideries,
In new handsome styles in all widths with All-Over Embroide
ries matching designs, Fancy Colored Embroideries and All-
NOVELTIES I TRIMMING IMS,
Embracing every kind and style* in vogue* this season in Black,
White and Cream, at greatly reduced prices. Escurial Lace,
Spanish Guipure, Chantilly, Oriental, Antique, Pompadour,
Madras, Montespan, Dresden Point, Croisette, Torchon, Medi
cis, Valencienne, Maline, Fecile, Fedora. Egyptian, Florentine,
Venetian, Embroidered Oriental, Beaded Laces, etc.and Escu
rial, Chantilly, Pompadour, Spanish Guipure and Beaded Nets
with Laces to match. New arrivals of
PARASOLS AND COACHING UMBRELLAS,
In Seamless, Square, Bound, and star Shapes, in New Materials,
New Colors, and New Handles, at Lowest Prices.
fII k MiITA SUM
Out of town orders receive prompt and careful attention.
>•"". HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, ETC. ' ' ,/ ' ■'■
9 We will offer our
CASHMERE EMBROIDERED WRAPS,
At the following Tremendous Bargains :
$10 Cashmere Embroidered Wraps, at - - $ 6.50
813 Cashmere Embroidered "Wraps, at -' , - 7.50
$15 ; Caslimere Embroidered Wraps, at - - 10.00
$18 Cashmere Embroidered Wraps, at \ - ,- 13.50
We are presenting many other inducements in tho different De
partments of our Store, among them the following are a few:
ALL OUR OUTSIDE GARIEITS
Are marked below cost, as we have a large stock of them and want
1 ..-:.- to close them out at once.
We will offer 50 flne mm Si Suits, at $12.50 s
Cheap at $17.
Hosiery and Underwear!
We will continue this sale for a few days longer, and offer some
■ some new Bargains:
50 Dozen Siljc Hose, in all new shades, at - - - - $1 5C
25 Dozen extra good quality Black Silk Hose, worth $3.60, at 2 OC
Lisle Thread, Balbriggan and Silk Underwear for Ladies and Gen
tlemen. : ; J:V'? . -■'
No. 11 East Third St.
THIS, SUMY EVENING, MAY 11 !
m -— m / .' ■ ■*■■■* ~ ■ ■ .■'."■ - ■
J. RANDALL BROWN,
■•••■.■■■■■■■-. ■ ,rj -• ' - ■ ■ 5
The World-famed Mind Reader and wonderfully gifted Spiritual Medium, in his
.r:.r- :, .-..t. '. . ;,; Religious illustrated Lecture on '•
"SPIRIT power/ 5
,^2^^^' ir^~?V-v-''': In Full Gas Light, assisted.by . "'....•''. v
"lie lay Brown, -/lie Young^anUFa&aiiiis; Materializing Medina.
! The Mystic Veil drawn aside and the beauty and grandeur of the Spirit World are revealed. These
Mediums are the only ones that have so successfully given sittings upon a brilliantly-lighted stage,
and In whose presence the most astounding manifestations take place, clothed with all the wierd
surroundings and impressive mystery of the Seance Room.
EVIDENCE THAT THE DEAD DO RETURN.
ill Manifestations under the sflare of gas light. Ihe reality of Spiritualism
demonstrated beyond the possibility of a doubt. No worn out rope-tying tests
given. An entirely new phase of Mediumship.
Your dear departed ones who have passed from earthly life to the spirit world will appear before
you as in life. Yon will recognize them! You will feel their presence You will converse with
them! Your once idolized husband, your wife, your dear little children, your aged father and
mother, all will unite in a grand army of etherialized beings, and proclaim to the world that life is
eternal. The many phases of Medimnship presented through these Mediums are entirely new and
original. A cordial invitation is extended to all. A small admission fee will be charged to defray
expenses. , : Wi*!r'
Doors Open at 7; Seance Opens at 8.
CLOTHIEBB. '^ '■"'
91 and 153 East Third Street,
We will show this week the largest and finest line of
Blue I^laiiiiel Suits!
Ever seen in St. Paul. Come in and examine the stock and learn
the prices which we guarantee to be the lowest in the Northwest.
t . A complete and elegant stock of >
Best Materials, Newest Styles, Guaranteed Fits
and Lowest Prices!
91 and 153 East Third street, St. Paul, Minn.
.**■'. TROTTING STOCK AUCTIOH. .
i^O^J^^^^. At Public Auction, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11,
Mr fCTKSpaw -. ■'•■■ 1884, rain or shine, at
f|W(H§B^p^-: --"~.V. -■■-'■ »■& Adjoining the city limits of St. Paul, Minn.,
BaBSWMBBi- V flßaEßj^B Xl ' by Com. N". W. Kittson, Chas. A. DeGratl and
J^^SSKmsSKIBSSSiB BUB George W. Sherwood, about TO head of high
tH&SF""''™"*^^ wßw HS bred Trotters, consisting of young Stallions,
. w|lf y. 7""; ijjiiia w£>; Fillies, Brood Mares and Geldings, sired prin
• ' ■''- • '' • ' ySI ' ,,i. ' * ■ '■'' mfvELwßaf '■,':■ cipally by such, noted stallions as Smuggler,
-ii^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^w Volunteer, Peacemaker, George .Wilkes, Yon
rS^V^_>--^^^-ff=n^|i »g"5 Arnim, Blackwood, jr., Alexander, Baymont
jg^ •.f'v"-; ;; (. '- gg^^^fe=--a=j||f ~^~ Indianapolis. Belmont, Administrator, Blue
, ? ;> a&sg^KgJ'^.™ ii V Bnll, and Ravenswood.
*r"^!~?ag^t^fba4gLj. '^***"^kgSfe^a ?~ Terms of Sale—Cash.
. i^S^^?-==s^g3^^^^^p^g?=S-s --^. sale to commence at 10 a. m. sharp. Send
*^»»f==-^ —rr:;=:^ygßg'^^s;:H?n^a;^~s!! *' ioT catalogue, to B. D. WOODMANSEE,
< ~ • , . _ St. Paul, Mion.
• MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
.. To Our Warerooms : ■',
148 andlso East Third St,
Will convince anyone in search of a
Piano or an Organ,
That we have the LARGEST and FINEST as
sortment of FIKST-CLASS INSTRUMENTS ia
The Matchless Steinway,
• The Elegant Haines, :
The Beautiful Behr Bros., and other PIANO 3.
The Mason & Hamlin, .
The Packard Orchestral, and .
• The Shoninger Cymbella ORGANS.
13?" Pianos at $10, $15 and $25 per month.
I®"" Organs at $5 to $10 per month, and $11
We are I offering • unequaled inducements to
buyers. , •
MRS. M. C. THAYER,
* 418 Wabashaw street. .-, \
Sohmer and other Pianoes, New and Second Hand.l
New England, Smith, American, Bay State and r
ii Sterling. ,
Everything in the line of Musical Merchandise,'
at lowest prices and best terms. 130-ly
For Pianos &Organs
For Easy and Best Terms, " - -
For Catalogues and Lowest Prices,
For Agencies and Territory. Address
0. W. YOUNGMAN,
115 E. Seventh street, ST. PAUL.
GEORGE W. GETTY,
EOWBOATS AND OARS FOR SALE, j
WHITE BEAK, - - . . MINN. 1
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC,
No. 127 West Third street,
ST. PAUL, - -MINN.;
All branches :of Music ; taught, including
PIANO, ORGAN, VIOLONCELLO,
VIOLIN,' ZITHER and HARMONY.
MISS MARIE GEIST, Graduate of the Royal
- Conservatory of Music in Munich, Principal,
MISS KATIE GEIST, Assistant Teacher.
MISS EMMA LAWRENCE, Zither Teacher,
MISS LAURA W. HALL, Harmony Teacher.
St. Paul Aleiic ctd
AT WHITE BEAR, MAY 30,
$300.00 IN PHIZES. _
PROGRAMME : "TV
100 yards in heats championship gold medal of
Minnesota; 120 yards hurdle race, Ist prize elabo
rate silver medal, 2d, silver cup ; Quarter mile
championship of Minnesota, Mayor's .cup, value-'
340 ;1 mile championship of Minnesota, Marvin-'
cup, value $40 ; 3 mile handicap walk, the Barnes
cup, value $40; 5 mile handicap race, Ist prize,
valuable silver medal, 2d, silver cup; Putting thar
shot, Ist prize silver goblet, 2d, silver cup; VaulM
ing with the pole. Ist prize, silver tankard.2d, sil-i
ver cup ; Tug of war teams of four, valuable*
championship medal; Throwing the j LaCrossa
ball, prize silver cup ; Running long jump, priza
silver cup Running hop step, prize silver cup;
Sparring four rounds, prize elaborate gold medal;
75 yards fat man's race, to weigh over 200 lbs,
Sack race 50 yards and return, prize silver cup:
Grand LaCrosse match by St. Paul LaCrosse Club ;
and grand cricket match, St. Paul vs. Minneapo
lis. The above sports are open to amateurs only.
Entrance fee to each event 50c; all entries must
reach the manager on or before May 21.
129e0d JOHN S. BARNES, Manager.
STEAMERS. ' •
ST. LOUIS AND ST. PAUL PACKET CO.
Side-Wheel Steamers, Equipped with Eleo
' J* ; V trie Light.
BEFITTED AND REFURNISHED. ,
For Winona, LaCrosse, Dubuque, Clinton, Uncle
Island, Davenport, Muscatine, Burlington, '
Eeokuk, Quincy, Hannibal, St. Louis,
and all intermediate points.
Wm. Thompson, Master. S. Grenneix, Clerk.
Leaves St. Paul,
On Monday, May 12 at 10 p. i.
Through tickets by river and rail for sale to all
points East and South.' .■
■ A. DELANY, Agent, Levee and Jackson st.
City Ticket office, 334 Jackson street.
"DIAMOND JOE LINE STEAMERS.
For Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Rock Island,
Burlington, Keokuk, Quincy, St. Louis
and all Intermediate Points.
The elegant, popular and fast electric light pai«
senger steamer ,
Jas. Coebett, Master; Alex. Havxn, Clerk, •
Leaves St. Paul, Monday, May 12, at 9 p. m.
Through tickets to Chicago and all points to
East, West and South, ,by river and rail. Tha
cheapest and best route. I .A. G. Lono, Agent.
' Office and dock foot of Sibley st. St. Paul.
City ticket office, St. Paul, Third and Jackson
Office in Minneapolis, 16 Washington aveuna
south. . ;
: I am retiring from the Fancy Goods business
and : offer: my entire ; stock • of i Embroideries -
commenced and finished, ' and Material . for all
kinds of Embroideries, Zephyrs, Yarns,. Hand
Knit Goods, etc., ■with my entire J stock of fine I
Holiday Goods, at and below cost. I will give
'on good bargains. Call and see me. !
MRS. C. HERWEGEN,
No. 37 West Third street, St. Paul.".: '-*