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DRY GOODS AM) XOTIONB. ■
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N. W. Corner Seventh and Jackson Sts., I
I! MS IO NOTIONS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL! I
TO-MORROW : I
Wo will place on sals ' I
■ 1,000 Pieces of
SILK VELVET RIBBONS -Best Brand !
o*oß. 3, 4, 5, 7, 9,
In the following Shades: !
Hied. Brown, White, Pink, Lt. Blue, I
Dark Brown, Cream, Scarlet, Mod. Blue, I
Bronze • . Myrtle, Cardinal, Dk. Blue, < I
filed. Mode, Saphyr, Garnet, Marine, I
Dark Mode, Cherry, Wine, Navy.
At the ridiculous price of « *
5O Gents Net Per Piece
-. — -"•* — '"'-- 1 Regardless of Size.
CSTKindly stop for a moment to think : "50 cents for a full piece
of Velvet Ribbon— all shades— all width*!
Prices for them have been and are to-day at any Retail House, i
85c, $1.10, $1.50, 81.85, 82.25, per piece.
We will sell thorn to you for 50 cents.
Is keenly felt in the Eastern Markets— much morhe so tan we can
have an idea of in the glorious Northwest, and we can state to our
friends and patrons that HAVING MHDE HRAVY PURCHASES,
from manufacturers, WHO HAD TO REALIZE AT WHATEVER
price, wo can and will offer better Bargains to our patrons and wo
are known to have sold Goods, choap at all times) than ever before !
Values we are offering in our '
Are far ahead of anything seen heretofore. We keep constantly
5n hand COMPLETE LINES OF
Jaubert, Andras & Co.'s Silks !
Ant. Guinet's Silks !
Alexander Girard & Co.'s Silks !
American Silks !
(U $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, 11.75, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00
Less 25 per cent. Discount,
(25c). (3V40 (37^c), (43^c) . (50c), (62'-c), (75c), |
Net: 75c, 93; 4 c, $1.12 K. $1.31 X, $1.50. $1,873;. 82.25.
You will get qualities which would have cost you two years ago
about doubie the mono Complete lines of
Colored Silks, Velvets, Velveteens, Satins !
BLACK GOODS DEPARTMENT
You will find Exceptional Bargains This Week.
25 Per Cent. Discount
Will be allowed on any and all Dry Goods and Notions from
lowest market prices,
» Without Discrimination ! ;
Now Goods are coming in Daily. In our
We show a beautiful line of New Braided Silk Garments in Dol- \
mans, Russian Circulars and Langtry Garments. Prices extremely
$100.00, $125.00, $150.00 !
Less 25 per cent. Discount.
25.00, 31.25, 37.50
Net:7sX>a $93.75", $~1 12.50
Fur Lined Garments !
Extreme Good Values iv I
Seal Plush Garments ! |
You cannot afford to ignore our Cloak Department if in quest of I
Anything pertaining thereto. Completes lines of I
Newmarkets, Paletots, 1
._,-■■,,__ Persian Circulars, WalkiDg Jackets !|
Dolmans & Cloaks Ij
In Silk, In Plush, In Cloth! Prices from $5 to 875! '
Infants' Garments ! Children's Cloaks !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
During this week we shall continue our Special sale of
Flannels, Blankets, Underwear, Hosiery, Canton
Flannels and Muslins.
500 Marseille Quilts!
Heavy and fast back (worth $3.60 spieoe),
Will be offered for 2.00 apieco
Less 25 per cent, discount 60
Net, 51. 50
N.W. Corner Seventh and Jackson Sts.
Sunday |J| (Bkrbe.
ST. PAUL MINX.. SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBERS. 1884.- TWELVE PAGES.
From the Immenee Sale, October 24th, of Antoine Gainet £
Cie's Silks, by Messrs. Townsend and Montant, New York.
The above Auction Sale enables us to offer
UNUSUAL BARGAINS in this well-known and
really excellent brand of Lyons Silk, and intend- I
ing purchasers now have the opportunity to buy, I
very superior goods, at less than the price of
THE LOT COS SIS IB OF . |
10 PIECES 10 PIECES !
Guinet's Black G. G. Guineas Black Cash.
Silks, at 85c. Silk, at $1.65.
Worth 91.25. Usually »^!J tit $i.l i. j
15 PIECES . 9 5 PIECES
Guinet's Black G. G. Gurnets Satinßhada me
Silks, at $1 00. at $1.50. !
Would bo Cheap at $1.40. Worth £52.U5.
10 PIECES 5 PIECES [■
Guinet's Black G. G. Guinet's Satinßhadame
Silks, at $1.25. at $1.75. j
Worth fully £1.75 Nover Oflurod. less than $2.50.
15 PIECES 5 PIECES £
Guinet's Black G. G. Guinet's Satin Rhadame
Silks, at $1.35. at $2.00.
Well worth $1.35. Formerly acid at *3,00.
15 PIECES 15 PIECES
Guinet's Black Cash. Black Satin Brocade, all
Silks, at $1.50. silk, at 90c.
Good value atl 32.00. Would bo Cheap at $1.50.
Me invite our Patron* and the Public to an early inspection. as the «<• I
Goods will be speedily disposed of, at the low prices tvt offer them, I
Our Great Bargain Sale of Flannels and Hits, I
Will be Continued Throughout Next Week, I
THIRD liliTA STREETS.
Mail Orders lleceiue Prompt Attention.
BOOT A*D BDUI DIAUM.
«@ BCHLIEK & CO..
BB SO. 89 EAST THIRD STREET,
Sy amis in Boots x T \hnDO
■■kpili Will JjUulli a dIIuBo.
SHSI^Mk. St. Paul Agency for BURT'S, GBAY'd,
**& fc^mEß X HEYNOLD'B, and Many Otheri.
fy Mul order* promptly tU»d.
'•; FINE TAILOEING.
PICAS & MUT/rag :
FERGUS FAHBY, . !
58 East Third Street.
tf The litctt »tT>a oflmportco Good* always cnhini. Perfect gsa:aat«ed.
, BOOTS AND SHOES
Li MURK fta
Boots ail Sta, JH
I ' i\ew Styles Daily Received. >^^^9|^M
WHOLESALE DUCGGISTS3 . .■_ ' -~- [
NOSHES, BROS. & OCJTLT&K. \
IMPORTERS 110 WHOLESALE DRDGBISTs
66 and 70 Sibley street, comer Fifth, St. Paul, Minn.
bTANDABD SCALES. ', ': ' ;'.;.. .
I FAIBBANKS' STAND AED SCALES!
Eclipse Wind Mills. Tanks and Pumps,
Smith- Vaile Steam Pumps and Boilers.
Hancock Inspirators, Lubricate
I KIIRBMES. MORSE & CO- • 371 & 373 Sibley stf etJl
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
THE GRAND SPECTACULAR EVENT.
Michael Strogoff Co!
ONE WEEK, COMMENCING
Monday, November 3.
Wednsd'y| MATINEES i Saturday.
The Suoctt«» of Both Continents. A Sensation in Three Largest
Cities of the World
London, Paris and New York !
GLORIOUS DRAMATIC PAGEANT
The Relief of Irkutsk!
An Overwhelming Magnificent i The camp of the Emir of Bok
interpretation of Jules Vernes* I hara.
Story by a superlatively great Over 100 people on the stage at
company. one time.
A realistic illustration of Stro- The fiery Arabian chargers and
goff-s heroic journey from the the Emir's oriental band.
Imperial Palace of Moscow _, '>•■ -_'..■ ■-_■■.
to Irkutsk, the Capital of Si- The> ards of the Emir
beria, through scenes of war, Wonderful specialties.
hordes of Tartars and the The ordeal of the knout.
dangerous wilds of Asiatic The decree of the Koran.
Ru3Bia - The blinding of Strogoff.
An Arabian Night's dream of The rival war correspondents.
oriental splendsr. -. . . ., c — .. *
Thrilling and Realistic Scenes The battle of Kohvan.
in the camp. Tne burning of Irkutsk.
The field of battle, the steppes The execution of Strogoffs
of Siberia, the hut of the pea- mission.
ant, and the palace of the The Angara river.
Czar. StrogorTs devotion.
The Departure for Moscow. Russia first in all things, for
The palace of the Kremlin. God, for the Ozar and for my
The telegraph on the frontier. Country.
The whole production on a scale of Magnificence and IndUcrlbable
Under Management of GHAS. L. ANDREWS.
t3f~S«att will »<"il all day Monday, and during the entire week.
\W The ELECTION RETURNS will bo reeelred and announced from tb» •:«• bitweea esrh
art, Taexlay night. Hou»e will remain open after toe performance, unlit IS o'clock, for th« beno
lit of our patron*. Returns announced as received.
Specialties for November.
For dies. Gentlemen and Children.
KID GLOVES, £1F
' ' ' * J - i^' W "*— l|V^J BEST VJUALITII3!
Lined Kid Cloves and Mittens. •
Silk Mittens. Worsted Mittens,
Beaded Laces, Spanish Laces,
I Guipre Laces, Real Threafl Laces.
BaoHßfs Corsets, Bite, Muslin UMerwear,
Infants 1 Oils aid Gents' Fnisliii Goods,
C. A. DIBBLE'S !
I 75 EAST THIRD STREET.
I . BUSINESS COLLEGE.
W AND TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
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■ Bit feet *tsrr *»t»bU«hf dIU claim* 10 rut lie fiver and bat bow entered npoa n* 13t« jrecraa i
lif DMi fa^orabl* . »s>;k»«- k«£tt fox cau'djoe. siting foil pairticnlara. Northwei: cor. Seven
■ ax d J atkaoa »w*.«* W. a. F ADDIS, Prlaolx»*U
— OF —
A.nd our Entire and Most Desira
ble stock of
We can show one of tho finest
lines in the city, of
And Every other Stylo of Gar
The prices will astonish you
and merit your attention, if you
consult your own interests.
11 East Third St.
Fine Stationery, Wedding and
Manufacturers and Dealers In
And Office Supplies of all
|3~Sp«cUl Avon's for the Northwest for
Le*Uon and Blytbe's Champion Inks and Mucil
-65 East « Street.
GRMD CONCERT !
SEIBEET'S ORCHESTRA !
Sunday Ev'ng, Nov. 2d.
Admission 25 Cents !
o**All are invited to attend. .£l
A programme it pltattMg variety for thlf
Hall, Corner Franklin. Sixth and Seventh at*.
PROF. R. H. EVANS'
School for Dancing,
SHERMAN II ALL. Office honra, Room 1, (ran
2t09 p. m. Private Leasons a specialty. Mem
ber of the National Association of Teachers of
Die*'— of the United .^Utet and C&nsd*. 303^