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DRY GOODS AND CARPETS.
I. E. Corner Seventh and Jackson Sts.
And the Coming Week will be a repetition of the
past one for inducements to purchasers at our
Store. We will offer this week, commencing
TO-MORROW MORNING, a splendid lot of
UDllUbil 1110 fllilJ luUlulju !
Secured at Auction in New York, which we will place on sale at less than half
thoir actual value. The stock consists of the very latest shades that are desira
ble this season. Remember this sale. It is to your interest. In our general
stock we continue sellinc at Slaughter prices the following new and attractive
features, that recommend themselves as soon as examined:
50 Pieces plain colors Gros Grain Silks, worth $1.25, for 65 cents.
200 Pieces choice colors, half- wool Cashmeres, 24-inch wide, 12}4 cents.
Fancy combination Suiting's, AH-Wool, Ottomans, French Cashmeres, etc.,
from New York auction, at half price;
500 Pieces Figured Swisses, worth 35c, for 12Kc per yard.
50 Dozen Ladies' Hoop Skirts, at 17 cents.
200 ill-Wool Jersey Waists; sizes from 30 to 40, for $1.25; regular price $2.50
400 Heavy Braided Jerseys, $3; worth S5.
100 All-wool Cashmere Shawls, in cardinal blue, cream and black, at $1.75;
would be cheap at $2.5 U.
100 Satin Parasols at $1.50; 200 Satin with colored lining, Spanish Lace $3.50,
cheap at $5.
1,000 Dozen Pearl Dress Buttons, assorted sizes, Scents per dozen; 2,000
dozen fancy jet and combination Dress Buttons at 5 cents per dozen; regu
lar price 25 cents.
500 Dozen Ladies' Cotton Hose, 5 cents, 8 cents, 10 cents; 12K cents; worth
from 10 cents to 25 cents.
Ladies' Cotton, Lisle Thread and Kid Gloves from New York auction, at half
2 Cases of Indigo blue Prints, worth 10 cents, for 5K cents per yard.
50 Pieces oil boiled I urkey red Table Linen, warranted to wash, at 373-' cents;
sold by other dealers for 05 cents.
Silk Soits,Caslimere Suits, Silk Capes 9 Mantles 9 Walking Jacket*
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Full line of Coaching Parasols and Sun Umbrellas,
AT EQUALLY LOW PRICES.
Carpels a! Manufacturers' Prices!
Open every Night • until § o'clock!
Northeast Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets.
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Fine Silver Plated Ware & Ctt
2B per cent, Less tban Regular Prices
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Cor. Third and Franklin Streets
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Boots it Shoes, ML
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Kcw Styles Daily Received. ■
Acknowledged by Artists the Best in the World.
I know of none superior to the Weber and none that can compete with them
for durability.— eresa Carreno.
The tone of the Weber Piano is so sweet, rich and sympathetic, yet so fall,
that I shall always rank you as the. greatest manufacturer of the day.—Emma
Thursby. - . ... ,
\\ cber Pianos excel all others in volume of tone ani in power of expression.—
There are no Pianos in the world that sustain the voice like the Weber.—Em
R. C. MTJnSTGKER, Agent, St. [Paul.
SEND FOB, CATALOGUES.
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
Em long einc.e established its claims to public favor and has now entered upon Us loth year under
the most favorable auspices. .; Send for catalogue, giving full particulars, -Northwest cor. iseyentli
and Jackson streets. . ■■'■ ■ .■" ■: ■ ■' r,i--,-A'\*.' *X";:.;- -'■
W. A. F ADDIS, Principal.
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ST. PAUL, MINN., SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1884.—TWELVE PAGES.
"Oiß-Mce" (Mil House,
Corner Third and Robert streets,
ST. PAUL. \ '
It is one thing to quote prices and another thing
TO BACK THEM up. It is a very simple matter
to take two or three suits that are shop worn,
out of style and advertise them as 100 or 1,000
suits, and if a customer calls for one of them
make an excuse that they are all sold and try
and sell him something else. This is not the
way business is done at "THE BOSTON," St.
Paul. We live up to the letter of our advertise
ments, never advertising in price or quantity
anything we cannot show. Commencing this
morning, May 17 th, we shall place on sale in
our Men's Clothing Department, the following
lots which represent more value in quality of
material, linings and substantial wear than we
have ever before offered at one time, at such
ridiculously low prices :
LOT 1250. A handsome dark pin-check, all
wool Cassimere Sack Suit $8
LOT 842, A single-breasted Frock Suit in
a hand some dark mixture. The
regular retail price last season
for suits from this grade of Cassi
mere was $15. - - $10
LOT 941. Dark check Cassimere S. B Sack
Suit, not all-wool, but the
cheapest suit in the world, for $4
LOT 1253. Medium dark brown diagonal S.
B. Sack Suit, all-wool - $8
LOT 882. A handsome Peacock blue, dark
mixture in all-wool Scotch
cheviot S. B. Frook Suits $12
LOT 846. These Suits are a cardinal mix
ture, having a brown effects
They are all-wool, cut in a S. B.
Frock style, and are very
cheap, at - - - $12
IN HIGHER PRICE MEWS SUITS
That we consider special bargains and which for
want of space we cannot accurately despribe, we
would call your attention to the following lots:
LOT 657. Men's Frock Suits, at - $14
L(§Tl249. Men's Sack Suits, at - - 15
LOT 1248. Men's Sack Suits, at - 15
LOT 1287. Men's Sack Suits, at - - 18
We know how particular young men are, re
garding the fit of their clothes, and to meet their
wants and save them the high prices they would
have to pay Merchant Tailors, we have suits of
the following well-known makes, which, in fit
and all good qualities few Merchant Tailors can
. equal and none can excel: A. Shuman & Co.,
Carhart, Whitford & Co., Rogers, Peet & Co.,
i and Stein, Bloch &Co.
Our Boys' & CMlflreii's DBDartment
Is overflowing with choice styles that please the
ladies. The Cavalry Knee is a great protection
to Boys' Trousers and you will find it on all our
: Boston One-Price Clotlt lie,
1 COMER THIRD AND ROBERT STREETS,
We make prices that sell our Goods and satisfy
those who buy them. Our HAT and CAP De
partment is larger than any exclusive Hat and
Cap store in St. Paul. We sell Hats not so much
I for the profit they yield as for the trade it brings
to pur other departments. i
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
SPRM WRAPS 111 SUITS!
Owing to the lateness of the season we shall
offer the most EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS
to close, and have made HEAVY REDUCTIONS
ON EVERY GARMENT now in stock. In this
department we will offer TO-MORROW
1 Lot Black Silk Suits, $15, worth $25 and $30.
1 Lot Colored Satin Suits, $10, reduced from $20 and $25.
1 Lot Grenadine And Moire Combination Suits, $25, reduced
150 Cloth Traveling Wraps, made from new and stylish import
v ed fabrics, $8, $10 and $15; worth $15 to $30.
500 Cashmere Jersey Waists, $2, reduced from $3.
300 Children's Gingham Suits, 50c, all sizes. •
Similar reductions have been made in all our
Cloth, Silk, Brocade and
Grenadine Mantles, Wraps, Capes, ?
Raglans, Fichus, Jackets, and
Beaded and Braided Jerseys!
Our patrons will find this a rare opportunity,
and are advised to make their selections early.
THUD 01 ffllWWlSoyln STREETS.
OuS of town orders receive prompt and careful attention.
91 and 153 East Third Street,
We will show this week the largest and finest line of
Blue I^lannel 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.
A complete and elegant stock of
Best Materials, Newest Styles, Guaranteed Fits
, and Lowest Prices!
91 and 153 East Third street, St. Paul, Minn
PAWNBROKER'S GOODS. " •
DI AJVtOIS IDS
Selling Cheaper Than Ever Before.
All Goods Guaranteed for Quality as represented; and
almost as good as new /or one-half their original value.
Pawnbroker &d Jeweler
45 Jackson street. ,'..■• •
TROTTING STOCK AUCTION.
■jjggJJßgfffljV ' At Public Auction, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11,
%jr" 1884, rain or shine, at
I :-"'-W . '/-li ~^\ "•' -' •* mnk Adjoining the city limits of St. Paul, Minn.,
lP**.*' »Wj^^i?"^^^M EM by Coin- X. \V. Kittson, Chas. A. DeGraff and
SpSjfjfijljßH j: HNS George Sherwood, about head of high
y&S&BjSmßK^^^^Ußß KB biei Trotters, consisting of young Stallions,
tS^wT^^^^ «Kgi l^S Fillies, Brood Marcs and Geldings, sired prin-
WiM W3 cipally by such ifotrd stallions as Smuggler,
.^"■TrriTjH-mjß.ii-^- Volunteer, Peacemaker, George Wilkes, Yon
J^°^^u^twlßlr^^^^^^^ b~~"l^^^Pli^ r Arnim, Blackwood, jr., Alexander, Baymont,
—"~~ Indianapolis, Belmont, Administrator, Blue
_--':7 ' '" • i '.Ji:' g-'^j^K^tad^^s^'-y Bull, and Havenswood.
Terms of Sale—Cash.
«-»r*'^ gg:'—^%<ti^J"*Sssw^^-_^^^ %9Mc^^h> Sale to commence ar, 10 a. m. sharp. Send
' —^T^^^y^^^fipS?^ss^—y for catalogue, to B. i). WOODIIANSEE,
:. ■ _ ■ St. Paul* Minn.
And can prove to our patrons and the public, that
the Pianos and Organs which we offer for sale,
EXCEL ALL OTHERS
Of both American and European manufacture in
Power, Purity, Length and Sweetness of Tone,
leaving nothing to be desired. - ■ ,• l ,
And HAINES PIANOS, never fail to give perfect
satisfaction and are by all means the most desiia
ble instruments to obtain.
A fine assortment of Uprights and Grands we
are now offering upon favorable terms. '
ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS.
N. B.—New Upright Pianos for rent, and rent
payments applied if purchased.
MBS. M. C. THAYER,
418 Wabashaw street.
Sohmer and other Pianoes, New and Second Hand
New England, Smith, American, Bay State and
Everything in the line of Musical Merchandise,
at lowest prices and best terms. i 130-ly
For Pianos &organs
For Easy and Best Terms,
For Catalogues and Lowest Prices, .'
l^or Agencies and Territory. Address
0. W. YOUNGMAN,
115 E. Seventh street, ST. PAUL.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
One Week, commencing Monday, May 19.
. Engagement of the Popular Tragedian
Supported by a Specially selected Company under
the management of Mr. W. R. Hayden.
-Monday Evening, May.l 9, Richard m.
Tuesday Evening, " 20, Richelieu.
Wednesday Ev'g, " 21, Hamlet.
Thursday Evening, " ? 22, Julius Cesar.
Friday Evening, "■ * 23, Macbeth.
Saturday Matinee The Lady of Lyo"s,
Saturday Evening, last ap
pearance of Mr. Keene...I?iCHAKD 111.
seats now on sale at bos office. Usual prices.
Grand Oratorio Night!
Thursday Evening-, May 29, '81
250 *«sr swims -
<£» 40 MUSICIANS!
SIGNOR A. JANNOTTA Musical Director.
Sale of seats commences on Thursday morning,
May 22d, at 9 o'clock, at R. C. Munger's music
store, 105 East Tkird street.
Admission $1. Reserved seats §1.50.
80SSEIVAT0RY OF MUSIC,
No. 137 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.
European Astrologigt, Magnetic Physician and
Business Medium. Endorsed by press and pub
lic. Advises on all affairs, viz: : Intellectual ca
pabilities, profession for which you are best
adapted, disposition, love, marriage, children's
prospects, absent friends, enemies, bodily ail
ments, lawsuits, journeys by sea or land, pecuni
ary prospects, partnership, buying, selling, spec'
ulating in stocks, grain, etc., and at what timo
the Planet of Fortune will benefit you.
Advertises nothing but what she can do, and.
succeeds where all others fail. Call or write.
Room 1, 424 Wabashaw street..
I am retiring from the Fancy Goods business
and offer my entire stock of Embroideries
commenced and finished, and Material for all
kinds of Embroideries, Zephyrs, Yarns, Hand
Knit Goods, etc., -with -my entire stock of: tine
Holiday Goods, at and below cost. I will gira
ou good bargains. Call and see me.
MRS. C. HERWEGEN,
No. 37 West Third street, St. Paul.
' GEORGE W. GETTY, ,
0¥ BOATS AID OARS FOR SALE.
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WHITE BEAR, .... MINN.