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157 and OCUCMTU OTDCCT Ist and 2d
159 OCVtsifti I Ktt! Floors.
NORTHWEST CORNER JACKSON-
To-Morrow, and throughout the Week, we will i
sell fine all-wool LADIES CLOTHS, staple and
new colors, at $1 a yard, less 25 per ct. 75c net.
A very large line of PLAIDS and STRIPE* for Combination
Suitings, various grades.
FLAN X EL SUITINGS, HOODED CLOTHS,
OTTOMAN CORDS, REVERSIBLE CORDS,
SATTEEN3, AMERICAN DRESS GOODS,
All colors of our Excellent and Popular Brands, at the following j
No. 500, 50c, less 25 per cent 37^c Rl]<U«l:
No. 600, 60c, less 25 per cent 45c IHtilA
No. 700, 65c, Jess 25 per cent 48% c an( j
Wo. 800. 76c, less 25 per cent 56J^e
Ho. 900, 85c, less 25 per cent 64 1 4 c f 1 ftlArQ
Ho. 1000, $1.00, less 25 per cenc 75c vvlUlo.
BLACK SILK WARP HENRIETTAS, DRIP DE ALMAS.
BLACK GROS GRAIN SILKS,
Can not be duplicated in quality and price. We aro making
Special eilorts in this Department, and oiler goods accordingly.
Our $1.25 Black Gros Grain Silk
Is of beautiful color and excellent texture, warranted to wear. \
with the discount off it is but 94c a yard. We have ail grades of
. BLACK SILKo from 75c to $3 a yard, less 25 per cent.
Is fas increasing in popularity. We have the largest, best lighted
and finest room in the West. We have any and everything that is
worth having in that line of goods. Our prices are lower than
elsewhere. We have
Fur Lined Circulars,
CHILDREN'S CLOAKS, PALETOTS AND SEMAHKETS.
This Week yet, we offer at Special Low Prices:
Blankets, Comfortables, Flannels,
White, Home-Made and Shaker,
Scarlet, f Eastprn Man . Twilled,
Grey, 01 jl astern man- Plain,
All Sizes, ufacture. All colors.
ufieijliS. yilUlaiiil Lnl 1 For Buys.
We have Opened a Large Invoice of
Fresh Imported Goods All colors, all lengths.
We allow 25 per cent, on these as well as on
all other DRY GOODS and NOTIONS, from
lowest market price, viz :
Our 'IMPERIAL," 3-Button real Kid Glove,
warranted to wear, we sell at $1.25 less 25 per
cent. 9-4 c net.
Our "IMPERIAL" 4-Button (real Kid), at $1.50,
less 25 per cent. 531.13 net.
We allow a Discount of 25 per
cent, from lowest market price, on
all Dry Goods and Notions, with
Gustave Heinemann !
ST. PAUL. MINN.. SUNDAY MORNING OCTOBER 19, 1884. —TWELVE PAGES.
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Renewed, Frash, and More Energetic Attack than ever on our
IMMENSE STOCK OF BARGAINS.
N. B. Cor. Seventh & Jackson Sts.,
Will offer to-morrow morning a greater chance for your benefit
~U. than ever before. .; i^^ :; ;^-
Look at the following list of inducements that only represent a
fraction of what we can present to you if you call :
Hin tee of 1,000 Diagonal Newmarkets, Russian r.Jrcnlnrs and Ulsters at
$4 ■'>(>, *."i, $5 50, $8, $10; worth double the money asked for them.
Plush Cloaks, satta quilted lining, real Seal fouragiees, fmm $20 upwards.
Fancy Reaver and Came! Hair Shawls, $2 50, 13, $4, *•"» and upwards.
forest slaughter in double wool shawls, $3.50, $4. $4.50, and $5; worth
87 to SI 0- *
Good Dress "Silks 74c; extra quality 08c; sold by other dealers, .$1.23 t051. 50
Special Velvet Sale This Week.
The Popular Nonpareil Velveteens, all colors, 73c, 9Sc and $1.22.
Sil « Velvets in all new and staple colors, at $1 25; would be cheap at $1.75.
Brocaded Velvets in choice colors, 81.50 and 82.50; reduced from $2.50
Seal Plash For Cloaks Below Cost!
One thousand yards Pur Trimmings from a forced sale, 24c, 4Sc, 73c. Sold
by regular Fur Houses, 50c, $1, and $1.50.
200 dos. Ladles' Munxqui'tairp Kid «1 res, worth $1 .50, f r 73c .
500 (ioz. Ladies' All* wool Cashmere Rose, solid colors, 35c; worth 50c
We are headquarters for
ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's Winter Underwear!
200 pieces Ladies Cloth, choice colors, 65c and 85c. Sold elsewhere, 90c
and $1.(10. . I
1100 pieces black and colored Cashmeres just opened, 36- inch wide, 15c; 40«
inch wide, 24c; extra quality, 35c to 45c.
» n^htoiiiin's Fancy Fluids, stripes, etc. Reduced prices
100 pieces choice colors Sateens, 42-inch wide, OSc; worthsl.2s.
5 Cases of Corsets just in, which embraces all popular makes and sizes from
18 to 38.
Great Reduction in Flannels!
Onr 25c Red Flannel down to 20c Our 30c Red Flannel down to 25c
Our 40c Flannel down to 30c Our 50c Flannel down to 40c.
Owing to the mild weather, we were compelled to make general reductions all
through the House.
10 Cases Grey and Red Blankets
From a New York Forced Sale, good 10-4 white half- wool Blankets, Si. a
pair; better quality 10-4 Blankets, $1 . 75 a pair.
200 pair white all-wool, $3-75; worth $(».
If you are in want ifa nice Carpet be sure to visit Kahn Brothers. Yon can
buy a good yard wide, half-wool, two ply, at 25c; better grades 30c, 35c.
New pattern-*, double wrap and choice, 4 Or, 45c, 60c 200 rolls all-w
extra super, (>oc, 65c, ana 75c. 300 rolls choice Tapestry and Body Brussels,
(ice, 75c, and Ssc
• hoice iioxbtiry Brussels, 05c.
New Patterns \unly Brussels, $1.10 to $1.25.
Velvet and Moquette, from 81.25 to $1.50.
Smyrna and Velvet Mats.
Window shades, Baw *ilk Cnrtains.
Lace and Jute <>oodsat Jobbing Prices.
Curtain Poles presented free to every purchaser of Curtains. l ' -
.N"ortlieast Cor. Seventh, and Jackson streets-
OPEN UNTJL 9 O'CLOCK AT NIGHT.
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From Auction !
Half Price !
Having been largo purchasers at the recent peremptory Auction
Sale of th<» uillowdale Woolen Mills at the Auction House of
Messrs. Wilmording, Hoguet & Co., Hew York, we secured
Pf) PAIRS OF BLAMETT !
At practically our own price, and shall give our patrons the bene
fit of The transaction. The prices we are enabled to make on these
goods ire so low that no house-keeper or economical purchaser,
can afford to lose sight of this unusual opportunity and should
closely scrutinize the subjoined list of brands and prices, which
includes all qualities, and will be placed on sale to-morrow.
200 Pair Metropolitan, 10-4 at $2.00. Worth double.
'JOO " Montana. 10-4" 2.25 '• •' .■■:
250 " Northrup 10 4 " 2.50 " •«
200 M Bay State 10-4 3.00 " •'
200 •* Extra Pr mium 11-4" 3.25 " " /•»..
--200 " Wiuthrup IX L 11-4" 8.60 " •«
100 M California XX X 11-4" 3.50 \ " "
200 '• Alhambra . 10-4 3.50 " •»
100 " Bed Kiver 11-4 " 4.50 *• •■
200 " Aihambra 11-4 "' 4.50 ••> *' "
100 ** Bay state 12-4 5.00 " *•
200 " Albam^ra 12-4 •• 5.50 ** "
200 ** X L C B 12-4 : 700 " •• •
200 " Hoyal . 11-4 '• .7.00 " "
200 " " 12-4 7.75 •« "
200 v " 13-4 8.50 •< •« "
150 Alaska Hugs at 3.50 •• *«
150 Bailwav " *• 3.00 •*
500 Horse Blankets at : 1.25 Worth double.
All other Blankets, including finest, Oregon and California Blan
kets at reductions tqually great. We will also offer to-morrow
■ 500 PIECES BEiVY TWILLED Fli\MS !
In Scarlet and Blue, Fine and pure Wool,
At 20, 25, 30, 32, and 35 Cents !
Fully one-third below price-
So deviation from above prices to buyers of quantities.
THIRD & MINNESOTA STREETS.
Zs Mail orders for aay of the above goods will be promptly filled.
Seventh and Sibley Sts.
A Positive Determination to Sell Cloaks,
Profit or no Profit!
The season is backward and unfavorable and
we are determined to sell Cloaks and Suits
Ladies who intend to buy a Cloak or Suit
will find this an opportunity to select a garment
from the largest and best stock in the northwest,
at a price that will hardly pay for the material.
Bear it in mind this offer is only for one
week positively, and that no garment can be
duplicated at the price named after this sale.
. Seal Plush Cloaks!
Our $35.00 Plosli Garment for - ■ $25.00
Our 45.00 " " " - ■ 35.00
Oar 50.00 " " " - 40.00
Our €0.00 " " " - 50.00
Our 65.00 " " " - 50.00
Our 75.00 " " " . (10.00
Oar $85.00 Plush Garment for - - $70.00
200 Black Diagonal Newmarkets, plain and with
Hood or with Cape, at $7.50 for the choice.
200 Black Diagonal Russian Circulars, trimmed
with Fur or Astracan Plush all the way down,
at $7.50. Sold last winter for $15.
100 Black Matellasse Russian Circulars with
extra inside Jacket and full Coat Sleeve,
trimmed with 5 to 8 inch Fur all round, at $25.
Worth fully $45.
Ladies' Cloth Suits !
100 Tailor-Made Cloth Suits, a perfect fit
guaranteed, or no sale, in black, brown, navy,
at $12; worth $20.
We have the largest line of Jerseys in all sizes
and all grades, All-wool goods only, at from
$1.15 to $5.
Weiss & Weiss,
201. 203, '205 East Seventh street.
CLOAKS AND SUITS.
Until November Ist
We shall offer some EXTRA BARGAINS in
L'Bt Price nntl
Price. Nov. Ist.
Organs In the same proportion.
These are BONA FIDE REDUCTIONS, and will
not be made after November Ist.
For Pianos AOrgans
For K«By »»>d Beat T«rm .
For Cat v. C v sg-d I."-w»"St T»rJ«.n, t
lorAceiicleß and Territory.' Addresi
C. W. YOUNGMAN,
115 K. Seventh street, ST. PAUL.
MRS M. C.THAYEbT
418 Wabashaw Street, St. PauL
Agent for the Celebrated SOHMER and DECK
ER BROS. PIANOS. Also,
ESTEY, NEW ENGLAND AND OTHER
All small Instruments, Sheet Music, regular and
five cent. ' Second hand.
PIASOS AM ORGANS
For sale from 525 up, and for rent at $3 per
month and upwards. Instruments sold in weekly
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
L. N. SCOTT, Manager.
WEEK comment 310SDAY, October 20
THE FAVORITE ACTOR,
Newton - Goltbold !
In Theo. Barriere's picturesque and romantic
drama, entitled I
MICAT,IZ;or,ADOUBT E LIFE
. Supported by John S. Leese's Dramatic Co. .
On!y "MICALIZ" Matinee Saturday, at 2 p. m.
Sale of seats now open.
Siiay Efefli Concert !
Sunday, October l»tli, 1881.
Admission 25 Cents.
A solid Programme for the Evening.
Turner's Hall, corner Sixth and Franklir
street, at the junction of Seventh.
SOU, 21st, 22fl & 231
All Kinds of Attraction !
LUCKY WINNERS !
Come One! Come All ! :