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■ SILKS. : ■ "•,'.-.
Black Gros Grain Silks!
Colored Gros Grain Silks!
We take pleasure in announcing to our patrons
and the public, that we have greatly enlarged
this department. In order to make it a popular
one we have decided to have for & time, irre
sistable low prices.
Mr. Heinemann who is"at present in the East
ern was fortunate enough to secure a
lot of fine
Lyons ? €okred Gros Grain Silks
Of all colors and shades—they are cheap at $1.50
a yard— we will place them
At $1.25, less 25 per cent.
We claim them the biggest bargain in colored
Gros Grain Silks, East or West.
We will, at the same time, offer BLACK GROS
GRAIN SILKS at prices that cannot be dupli
cated. We beg to call especial attention to our
Cfjfe <^^ 00 BFk Gros Grain
Less 25 per ct. *¥P £2 "gp SILK.
Which, for richness of color, finish and fineness
of texture, is not excelled by goods usually sold
at $2.50 and $3.00.
We have bargains in Black Silks at 65c, 75c,
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00 a yard, less 25 per
In Stripes, Checks and Changable, as before,
At 35c, 65c, 75c, and $1.00 per Yarfl,
Less 25 per cent.
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Xjis;lit "Weight Dress Groods,
"Grazelle 5' Suiting's,
N""dns 5 Veilings,
"Worsted and Silk G-renadines,
Canvas in black and lar^e variety
WASH FABRICS IN ME IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC GOODS.
We have, to close out, an Importer's lot of
Ladies' fine WRAPS, silk and worsted, and will
offer them at about one quarter of their original
lit W. Corner Seventh and Jackson Sts.
ST. PAUL, MINN., SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1884.—TWELLE PAGES.
. . » DRY GOODS AUCTION.
During the Past Week at the
Great Auction Sale
,1 1.1. Mai Assipefl Stock
■ Was Ipcettil, and Goods were r =•"'.
CuW Bail 1 CffliM
•-. ; ..- AllilGiS! fills M,* .'
WILL BE OFFERED.
, There still remains a fair assort
ment of Goods to be sold, while many
of the finer grades have not yet been
On Monday Morning
Gloats, Shawls and Slimmer Jackets
» WILL BE SOLD.
In tlie A-fternooru
HOUSEKEEPERS' LINENS & ME HOODS.
Suits Tuesday Morning.
Parties Desiring to avail themselves
of this sale will attend, as this will,
in all probability, be the closing week.
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We will sell on Monday |
200 pieces \ genuine India Pon
gees, 26-inch wide at
75c per yd. Worth $1.
100 pieces printed red India
. Pongee at
50c per yd. Reduced from $1.
60 pieces fine quality Glace
stripe and changeable Sum
mer Silks at 50c per yd.
All good quality and well
worth 75c. ; .
4 special lots, all of warranted
quality. ■X ■ v' ■
No. 40 pieces 22-inch, rich
Gros Grain Black Silk at
V, $1.25 per yd.
No. 2, 34 pieces of beauiiful
quality, 22-inch wide, •
c $1,50 per yd.
No. 3, 22 pieces, very heavy
quality, rich Satin finish,
- $1.75 per yd.
We call special attention to lot
No. 4 at one of the greatest
bargains, consisting of 50
pieces rich Satin Gros
. Grain Silk, full 23 inches
wide," at ..'■,.. ■.-'.-,;
$2 per yd.
40 pieces changeable Surah
Silk, very heavy quality,
' $1.75 per yd.
40. pieces Brocaded Change
able Surah Silks, very rich
■;sfi quality, ;'- ; ;:;
• $2 per yd.
50 pieces Satin and Silk Fou
lards at .
75c & $1. "Worth from $1 to 1.50.
Every lady intending to buy a
silk dress will fljyi it to their ad
vantage : to examine the above
lots. They are unusual bargains I
THIRD & MINNESOTA STREETS.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
. "•- ~[. JEWELRY.
Fine Silver Plate Ware & Clocks,
per cent, less Recnlar Pric
Cor. Third and Franklin streets
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1 BHSsIKiS fi » Estimates made for heating and <\ 'jji||§|j!?f§ ! fi^jjr
"~"t7T;*f "9^* I *'"w°"~ prices given on application. T^sH^^^^S*- ; 5S
■' I !'■* !|lft& ■" Old - Furnaces Reset and Re I iS|r®M*wlK bl^?':
iWsxnßSßsfc J*i'^ ' paired and made to work as good iliK^Sl'&SM^^
]'■'■' ' I^H^HB ' at new, ' ' W~T~i **^il
v^- ;' ' 'z—^—^^&t^^-: i l^"Send for Circulars and Prices. Ei&S&g!ii^Bl^m&f^*i!L '
.- -.-.-• - . . BUSINESS COLLEGE. s^^^^^S
AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
111 long cilice established its ■; claims to public faVor and has now entered upon - its 15th year under
the most favorable; auspices. - -Send for catalogue, giving full particulars. ■- -> orthtvest cor. seventh
and Jackaou streets. ,-; • -•'-...■".•..;;.. :.yr. . ■■> • -... -■:-'
--;: ,- .; " '', %< • ' , " '.: / • •■-. ?'■ W. A. F^I>I>IS. PrinoinaL
we shall offer over 1,000
Jersey Jackets at re
| markable low prices for
the quality offered. The
400 Cashmere Jerseys, Black and
Colors,' formerly $3 and $8.50
300 Embroidered Jerseys, for
merly,ss, now $3.60.
300 fine quality Black Embroi
dered Jerseys, worth $8, now
. $4.50. : ; .■ ■ ,. # •■• ;-; ';.
We have also, full lines of finest
. , quality branded, jetted, and
all Silk Jerseys, at #6 to $15
Embroidered Shawlettes and
, .; Scarf,' black and colors in
Cashmere and Crepe deChine,
from $4 to $35 each. ■v^.-Vf:
"We I have just opened several
Cases of • •
In India Linen, India Mull and
Batiste. Sear Sucker Suits in
.white Ecru and Navy. Black
India Linen Suits, at $10 and
Special prices will be made on
Silk, Satin and Cashmere Suits.
BLACK SILK SUITS, $15 and
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SATIN SUITS, $10 and $12.50.
BLACK CASHMERE SUITS,
$12.50 each. . I;?.'. *
Our Entire Stock of •
ETC., TO ABOUT
50c on the Dollar.
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:■■'•' MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
The Best Medium-Priced Piano
in the World.
New and handsone styles just out!
A first class Piano at a low price ]
And on the most LIBERAL TERMS Is
83P~Special prices to Clergymen • and . Teachers,'- ,
Do not foil to write us. ,
ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS.
MRsTm. C. THAYEIC
. 418 Wabashaw street. •,.-
Sohmer and other Pianoes, New and Second Hand.
New England, Smith, American, Bay State and •
Sterling. , .
Everything in the line of Musical Merchandise,'
at lowest prices and best terms. • 130-iy
For Pianos &Organs
For T-:»tiy and Best Terms, .■ ■. .
For. Catalogues as d Lowest PtJo^b, . . 'i
For Agencies and Territory. Address - I ■ -
C. W. YOUNGMAN,
115 E. Seventh street, ST.. PAUL.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Engagement of America's Greatest Character
. Artists, Mr. & Mrs.
GEO. S. IffldT,
" Under the Management of Mr. John H. Havlin, ;
Monday Evening, June 2, also
' Marsden's Laughing Success, the New
During the action of the play Mr. . and Mrs.-
Knight' famous specialties,',
NEW SONGS, NEW DUDE,
GREAT PIT,- . GREAT COMPANY.
Tuesday and Wednesday Even'g,
' ; - ',' June 3 and 4, '' • , .
. Bronson Howard's master play .
"A character born to live." —N. Y. Herald.
Usual prices. Sale of seats commences Satur- ■'■■
day. i ' •
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
AMODNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY I
Tlree Ills. One latin.
(Direct from Bijou Opera House, New York. •
ORIGINAL ' , ORIGINAL
ENSEMBLE OF SIXTY ARTISTS.
HIGH SCHOOL HALL!
TWO NIGHTS AND MATINEE,
Thursday, Friday & Saturday,
June sth, 6th & 7th !
flu Doctor of Alcantara T
Best: Talent in SL Paul,
Eeanlifnl Music, comic Situations.
'Elegant Music I
Ticket 50c. Matinee 25c.
COpiMTORY OF Ilia
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.
To the Ladies!
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.--, I am retiring from the Fancy Goods business ;. ,
and offer my entire j stock ■': of ."»Embroideries';'"
commenced and I finished, and ;; Material \ for all gS
kinds of Embroideries,' Zephyrs, Yams, : Hand ; : ; '
Knit Goods, etc., with • my entire : stock of fine
Holiday Goods, at and below cost. ; I will 1 giT9
on good bargains. Call and see me. "V:'-' : v
j MRS. C. HERWEGEN,
1 No; 37 West Third street. St. Paul. ":'.'!|