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THE ABBOTT SEASON I* ST. PACL.
Beginning to-morrow night tbe coming
week will possess a charm to our musical
public as delightful as these occurrences are
rare. The coming of the favorite prima
donna, Emma Abbott, has for several years
been looked upon as an event, and this year
it will be enhanced by tbe character of tbe
operas to be presented, aud still more by the
fame and merit of her Bupj»orting artists.
The have sung during the pa6t three months
in the great musical centers of the east, in
cluding Brooklyn, Washington, Cincinnati
and Chicago, and lant week in Minneapolis,
with such effect :.s to draw great houses and
81l their auditors with enthusiasm. Abbott
Is so thoroughly in earnest in all her efforts,
jo filled with a determination to please,
coupled with the possession of that unname
able power which for want of a better word
we call magnetism, that scarcely
one cai; attend her performances
without experiencing delight. Her support
ing arti6t6 have been selected especially for
the presentation of the grand works in this
Laura Bellini le a charming prima donna,
trained in Italy, where she was for several
seasons a relgnincr attraction. She possesses
great beauty, b"th of form and voice. Lizzie
Annandale has now no peer in this country
as a contralto, aud she comes again with the
I<r< bUgi* of a great success won last year In
"London. William Castle holds the same
Ugfa position an an exponent of romantic
roles. Valentine Fabrini ranks as tbe best
lyric tenor. Tagliapietra is by far the richest
Voiced aud most graceful baritone now in
operatic ranks. Campobello is one of the
most artiptic haeso-cantantes yet beard.
Broderick, Allen and a host of minor artists
are the best that could be procured, and the
chorus and orchestra, under the baton of
bit;. Tomasi, have attained a Ugh standard.
The operas form a list delightful both to
musicians and the public. ''Bohemian Girl"
and "Martha" are jjeme o f their class. '*La
Traviati," Verdi's incomparable bitting of
the story of "Camille," is in Abbott"* i>pecial
line of excellence, and has proved to be one
Of very great successes. Tagliapietra has In
thi6 also one of his greatest roles. "Trova
tore," "King for a Day" and "MUrnon" have
ca6t6 tlut can scarcely be excelled. "Heart
and Hand" is in Lecoeq's most attmctiv.
style and has been enthusiastically receive i
everywhere. "Semiramidc." the elaalaK'
opera, ie Rossini's grandest work, and it is
given with a power that has greatly enhance 1
the reputation of this popular company.
With such artists in such operas tbe reeklt of
the week's business can but be large. Al
ready there has been a large advance sale,
and our popular Grand will bloom with Ihhli
ion to-morrou nlirht on the presentation of
'Bohemian Girl." The following HrtiMn ap
pear in the cast: Abbott as -'Anine," An
nandale a& "Gipsy Queen," Hiudle hs
"Hilda, " Tacliapietra as "Count," Allen as
"Devilshoof," Cornell as "Florestan," and
Vabrini as "Thaddeus."
The appearance of this celebrated pianist
In St. Paul is an event that should awaken
the interest of the inuslc-loving public, In
asmuch as the opportunity of hearinz so re
nowned a musical genius may occur only
once in a lifetime. Josi-ffy will appear in St.
Paul next Tuesday evening at Plymouth
church, where he will give hut one perform
ance. The eastern press has been lavish in
its praises of his performance, as will be
seen by the subjoined extracts:
Jo6i-ffy'B faultless technique, the marvel
ous staccato playing, the a!ino'ute conquer
ing uf the most startling difficulties, the per
fect pianissimo, the clearness of his pbranin^
and the exquisite delicacy of his touch, ait
combined to fully justify the wonder, ul en
thusiasm of the audience, — Boston Herald
Josi-fTy'a performance of the Liszt Con
certo was characterized as even and finished
throughout, < x;nc6sive and complete in every
way, and the crowning glory of bin efforts.
■Taken all in all. the concerto was played in
the style of one master Interpreting another.
— X. Y. Jicruid
The appearance at this entertainment of
Mrt.. Ciuiiille Muori Wunie Is a great attrac
tion, and those of the musical people of St.
Paul who have beard her say «he has a
charming and highly cultivated voice. The
a. Sonata Appaß*ionata..L. Yon Beethoven.
1. Allegro assai. Piu A K'trro.
. _ 2. Andanie con Motto.
". 3. Allegro ma noil Tropi><>. Fresto.
b. Two Musical Moment*... Franz Schubert.
No. 1. A Flat. No. 2 A Minor. -
„ Ctvatina, "Omio Ferntndo," Dowjatti.
' ( Camille .Muori Wurtle.
a. Menuet Liii^i B>chcrini.
b. Mania Fantastico Walaeruar Harg.ol.
„ I c. Betesnsa, )
'•] d. Value— in E Minor, I
c. Andante Spianato and [Fred Chopin.
[ Polonaise. J
. Ballad. "Lei Me Dream Airain.". . .Sullivan.
*' I Camille Mu»n Wardc.
a. Spinning Bong, from Wagner's
Flying Dutchman Liszt.
J ft. Serenade.
"*' |c. At the Spring, [" Raf * cl J°»effy.
Id. Soovenird' Auierlque f -' Raf - el Joieff >'-
a. Traenmorei Uobert Srliununn
6. Hnngarian Übapeodi. No. 12.. Franz Liszt.
%. • c. Serenade Uobert Schubert.
I). Saasariaa lthapeodi No. 12.. Franz Liizi
c Bersoads Hahaken.
! d. Fautabie: Midsummer Night' § Dream
- Street cars from all the lines will be In
waiting at the close of the entertainment to
convey members of the audience to their
! A good show and paying business was the
role at this popular resort during the past
week, the programme being bright, varied
and attractive. Commencing to-morrow
eight are announced "Lockwood's Lovely
Ladles," one of the best of the female shows.
Their special features being a splendid swing-
Ingfirst part.and "The Dance of the Fairies,"
which concludes the funny pantomime they
produce as a "wind up" to the hilarity and
participated in by all their ladies.
The patrons of the Olympic may expect a
Jhe Storfd'ird Lecture*.
Following the engagement of Barlow, Wil
•on & Co.'s min6trels,which appears Decem
ber 4, 5 and 6, at the St. Paul Grand, is an
, nounced a course of lectures by John L.
Stoddard. In referring to this entertain
ment, a Chicago exchange frays:
Central Music hall was the scene of a large
fathering last evening, the occasion being
the opening of the Stoddard lectures. The
subject selected last night was "Verslalles
and Marie Antoinette." John L. Stoddard
calls to his aid illuminated Illustrations of
his topic In the shape of stereoptlcon views
of the principal building in Paris, aud the
castles and farms of France, together with
the sketches of prominent personages who
'figured in the history of that nation during
the despotic reign of Louis XIV
and his immediate • successors. «
' Mr. Stoddard deals with ' the
events which led up to the struggle of the
revolutionists against tyranny and pictures
them in a graphic manner. Without such
accessories as above set forth the lecture is in
itself an interesting epitome of the time
when the spendthrift of nobles governed the
tax crushed peasants and led to the rebellion
of the people under Louis XV., and which
brought Marie Antoinette to the block. Mr.
Bloddard's powers of description are gifted,
: and he handled bis instructive lecture in a
manner that caused his hearers to listen de
lightedly to his hour and a half entertain
A Gifted Actress.
. Mrs. Augusta Foster, so long identified
with John McCullough's leading support Is
bow a prominent member of Ristori's com
pany. It will be gratifying to Mrs. Foster's
St. Paul friends to read the following ac-
X count from the Chicago Journal of her share
In the presentation of Glcometti's play "Eli
sabeth, Queen of England," in Chicago last
week when Ristori began her engagement:
Mrs. Augusta Foster, who was here so
lately with John McCullough, gave, as was
only to be expected of her, a charming and
spirited personation of Lady Sarah Howard.
The pathetic interview with Essex, in the
earlier stage of the play, she carried,
through Tery effectixely . Her part requires
a lady-like carriage, a stately presence, and
a gentle, refined, womanly bearing, and in
all these requisites Mrs. Foster was equal to
tbe occasion, amply sustaining tbe high rep
utation she has already gained.
Salaries of Actor:
All persons In tbe front racks of the stage
should nave a good deal. Few, if any, other
professions offer equal opportunities to do so.
Not to speak of all tbe singers who can
make fortunes in a few seasons, even a (rood
stock actress can earn a good deal of money
in a year. Miss Coghlan, for instance, at a
salary of (375 a week from Mr. Walls ok.
can make $15,000 a year and have ten ttcks
to bemelf for rest. Mies Cogblan, BO
! is not satisfied with this, so she intends start
ing as a star next season, with the hope of
making more. Mini Jewett has eon<
j to her place iv the Union Square company at
j a salary, it is said, of $300 a Week. Tins
! would give her $12,000 for forty weeks. Ml=s
Return's salary at Daly's is said to be £250 a
week. On tbe male side the chance* are
• quite as good. If not better. Mr. Onrhlan's
: engagement last year with John Stetson at
$700 a week was, in a sense, pbenn:
and can hardly be used as an illustration.
But here is Mr. Mantel], who came U» I
year with Miss Davenport, entirely nn
■ known, now under contract for $.'J5(| a week
in New York, and $100 more when truveiin^.
George Clark is understood to receive about
the siiine, and the new leading man at the
Union Square, Mr. B.trneg, ia credited up
; with *300 a week. If the front ranK people
don't make money it is their own fault.
Tin yc< rtainly have good chances — much
better in many cases than the managers who
employ them. — Amm lMter.
Our M'ir<i 4hr a<l .
The production of Romeo and Juliet at tbe
Lyceum theater, London, Saturday niirht,
i November 1, 1884, with Miss Mary Ander-
I son as Juliet, will not soon be forgotten, but
j must certainly mark a date In the hi.-t>iy of
I tli«- stage. A more perfect rendering of the
character, in every phase and mm; has not
been witnessed within the memory of man.
From first to laEt Miss Anderson "captured"
and held her audience spell bound through
: out the play. The younsr actress looked
.Juli<-t. played Juliet, felt Juliet, in fart, was
Juliet! the ideal of Shakespeare's heroine.
Words cannot convey an idea of the perfec
tion reached; and the enthusiasm of the au
dience from first to finish was beyond the
I power of expression. Mai Andi-rson has
certainly stamped herself the greatest actress
: upon the English speaking stage iiv. and
the orations she baa received were fully de
served — Ex.
Rlmtnri t»i thirntfi.
Madame Rifttori appeared in Chicaeo last
week and of her ac««ng tar .Veto* iMlar says :
After the absence of ten years and an in
terim of twenty years since her first appear
ance In America, Madame Ristori made her
bow to a Chicago' audience at the Haverly,
Monday evening. . The audience was neither
large nor fashionable, but It was an assem
blage of th ■■.itcr-go whose verdict on the
powers of the great actress Was expressed in
genuluc and hearty applause.
Time has dealt harshly wit i the grand old
actress, her voice is weakened, the fire of her
acting, the spirit of her glance and the grace
and vigor of her carriage has been Md . im
paired. 6he retain- perfectly her rare iutelll
i; nee, and the fire, of genius still burns
bffcatiy on tbe altar of her mind.
An »'vi<!( nee of the preservation of her
brilliant and acute meula! faculties is fur
nished in hern and remarkable mastery
of the English language, which eko has re
cently acquired, and which at her age is
really a remarkable feat. Her pronuncia
tion is more obscured by her rapidity of ut
terance and the fr. (punt indistinctness of
!ier voice than from any prevalence of a
strong foreign accent. Although she has less
precision of pronunciation she bns less for
eiirn accent than Klica or even Ifadjraka.
. Elizabeth is tbe rule in which 11-stori is now
seen to the best advantage. If she lacks the
attempted grace, beauty and youthful spirit
of Elizabeth of the eurli. r 6c<*ne«, «he Im
parts to the closing chapters of the queen's
remarkable career a realism that is won
Dntmn ie S-trs.
Nell Banri'6B it In Texas.
Edwin Booth is still piuying In Boston.
Louis Aldrlch plays in Chicago this week.
Curtis uni ">,>.'. Cash," are In Brooklyn.
Bom Eytlnge was In San Francisco last
Mr. and Mrs. Florence are lulled for Mon
Joseph Jefferson appears In Baltimore this
Emmet and that dog Snyder are in Phila
M:inraret Mather begins her St. Louis en
casement tliis week.
Fanny Davrnport is still playing in
I 'Fi-doria," in New York.
Lawrenc<* Hirntt met with quite an ova
tion in Chicago last week.
"Siberia,*' a play by Hartley Campbell, will
be given in Chicago this week.
"Fantasraa," a fairy t.ieu'ar play, is
; having a bijr run In New York.
Henry Irving was recently entertained by
' tin- Lotus and Eiks clubs in New York.
Fay Templcton, the queen of open boufle,
j cave the "Museott" in Chicago last week.
Mary Anderson is back in London. She
| played Juliet last »uk and hit the blooming
Nat Goodwin and bis clever wife were in
i Chicago last week and they were accorded a
Irving played "Twelfth Night" in New
i York for the first time lust week. He made
a good impression.
John McCullough is said to have $50,000
in a St. Louis bank, uud this i» thought to
be the extent of his savings.
Chicago is having a minstrel revival. The
ensuing week Barlow & Wilson an J Thatch
er, Primrose & West, appear lij that city.
"Shadows of a Great City," a new melo
drama, was produced in New York last
week, and is said to have earned a irrtkt
''Lords and Commons,'' a new play by
Pinero, was brought out by Daly's Ne*
York theater last week. It is pronounced ;i
Sarah Bernhar.lt is lying ill at her villa
near Havre. Cause, the celebrated Calypso
has quarreled with u.-r lover and he ha* left
Master Whtteslde, who is described as the
young Rosclus, made his bow to the Chicago
public last week in "Richard III." Being
only fourteen years of age he is regarded a* a
Lawrence Barrett recently • became the
grandfather of a young baron. The event
gave him so exalted an opinion of himself
that he raised the prices to $2.50 for his j
Mr. John B. Jeffery has issued a handsome |
souvenir of John McCullougb, in j the" form |
of the programme of the actor's last per- ,
formance, which occurred at .McVicker's
theater, Chicago. The programme, is em- I
bellished with a handsome portrait of Me- I
Cullough, and contains a sketch of his
The members of the Australian Novelty
company pitched their tents in the Chicago
avenue jail last week, in default of bail..
The Arabs and variety people comprising the '
troupe were arrested charged with inciting a
riot. Mr. Austin, the company's manager,
also charged Mr. Goodwin, manager of the \
museum, with assault. The legal fight will .
be long and gory, acording to the determi
nations of vengeance expressed 'by both
Dr. Frank Powell, (White Beaver.)
St. Paul, Minn., every Thursday, Friday
! and Saturday. Office, Fourth and Cedar
La Crosae, Wta., every Monday, Toetday
and Wednesday. Office, Second and Maiu
Specialties — Surgery, chronic and lung
di»ea»es, and female complaint*.
THE ST. PAUL SUNDAY GLOBE. SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 23 188*.
Proceed of the Board of Etation.
. '< pedal Met tin;.
St. Paul, Minn . Nov. 15. 1884.
The Board met pursuant to call, President
I Scbiflmann in tbe chair.
Present — Inspectors Murphy. Minor.
Warn; Giescu, Atbey, Gilbert, Drefccr
; and Mr. President — 8.
Absent — Inspectors Willis, Officer, Hamil
ton and Borland! — I.
Trif Committee on Real Estate reported as
i i .'••-■•■ St. Paul, Nov. 14, 1&84.
, To the Honorable Board of Education:
.-• The Committee on Real Estate respectfully
1. Aft* a full consultation with the con
tractors of tbe Homboldt, Still and Rice
buildings, and careful consideration of aUtho
cau&cs of delay, »i' recommend that tbe pen
alties for non-fulfillment of contracts be not
! 2. We submit herewith copy of additional
1 form to be attached to insurance policies of
I tbe high school, by which the rate will be 2
I per cent, for three years. We have accepted
| Ike form and ordered the necessary changes
j to be made in the all the policies,
i 3. Under authority granted as at tbe last
i meeting we have awarded contract for plac
ing btiitiil pipes and fire escapes on tbe Mad
ison, Jefferson, Franklin, Humboldt and
high school buildings to J. T. Cowlt-s fur the
'■ Men of ft 1,350, with the proviso that pay
I meut shall be made when there is money in
the treasury applicable for rucb purpose.
4. Our attention having been called to
| the difficulty of wanning me of the rooms
of the Lincoln school, we have bad estimates
furnished for ttorm sash and find that tin y
can ■-.• put on at a cost of £121.55 for the
forty -three windows on the north and west
6ldes. We are satisfied they would be of
! great benefit, and would recommend putting
! them on if the financr* will permit.
; 1. A. Gilbert, Chairman.
I The recommendation embraced in the
; first item "1 ttic above report was after a full
I discussion and understanding approved, »L .
penalties remitted by the following vote:
Yeas — Inductors Murphy, Mm.r, Wamp
ler, <.:.*. Atbey, Gilbert, Dreber and Mr.
I PpsiiJeut— B.
Toe action of the committee, m report- .
jiu becond and third ins u| its above n.
--j port, powi-r t-» a<t on all of which, had pr«. v
; iously been couferrcd on said committee,
j ■M approved and confirmed.
The ri'c<>i:it:ii ii'i.itiini of the committee **
set rtt in ti.e fourth and last it-m of it
above n-port, ws.s alter Some discussion no:
T.i«- assessments for local improvement*,
heretofore n-ported on and fully rifled *i
page 234 of the Record of the" Board, wen
allowed and ordered paid by the followln.
| Was— lnspectors Murphy, Minor, Wamj
ler. Giewa; An. Uiiu-ri, Dr. her and M
President — a:
I'.y Inspector Murphy —
Itc**vrtt, That t.ie proper offlcers of tli
Board be, and are hereby authorized tj bot
i row tin- miiii of fourteen thousand dollar* fi.
i tLc payment of teachers, at a rate of inter.*
j not to exceed eight (8) per cent, per annum,
certificate of iudeUeuncas to run for ninety
Adfipted by the following vote:
Y«as — Ine^K.etors Murphy, Minor, Wampler.
Giescu, Athev, Gilbert, Dreher and M
President— B. *
! Nays— o.
i T:ie Secretary read tbe following letter •
BOM. Otto Dheuek, Secretary Board of Ed.
Deak Ini Pl— present to th*
! Board my nation of th
I offlce of Inspector from the Thin:
Ward, to take effect ut di.c.-. My business is
such tijat I "utiuot devote the n•> ary time
and attention to th< duties of the ofllce.
Please extend to the President and other
members of the board, my sincere thank
for their uniiorra courtesy and my regret
that I feel obliged to sever my official rpla
t.oji with them. V. v:-, very respectfully.
Hauvev OrricEß. "
The communication, haviug been read »nd
■ad received, was, on motion of Inspector
MurjUiy, laid on the table by unanimous-
Otto Drexier, Secretary.
j W T: •
rs STILL oiriA'G
n 1 :i\ ny olUor article* ofvalnp, weft
|a« ifii>i.. iTolvrs, Opera Masses and
! '<nsl«'al Instrument*. We lure manj
j more fasti than we car* to carry orer
J tor higher prices, as so many Pledge*
j are l». ci'iiiiiu forfeited this season. As
Iwo mll realize money, ire are pre
; pared to tell any article we hare In onr
possession, no matter what its true
value mit !»:•, for a slieht advance on
the actual cost to us. We invite a care
ful comparison of onr goods and prices.
Iho latter will be found to be about
on<-half of tli<» prices nsnally charged
1 by regular dealers.
Attention is called to our $10 Rail
road Watch, the biggest bargain erer
offered It isa bra.d new ,-oz. case,
I open face, gold joint, dust-proof. Ihe
movement is an l.ltrin, cnt expansion
balance, jeweled, quick train.
. Goods sent to all parts of the country,
Q. v. D., subject to examination. ,
314 WMM and IS6 East SEVEITB St,
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Monday, Nov. 24 — Thanksgiving & Saturday Matinees.
GRANDENGLISH-^|]^4 ABIIOTT^ OPERA "company
' The Greatest Array of Artists ever heard ia English Opera.
Abbott, Ann»n__e, Cutle, F*brinl, Ts«lUpietr». Campobello. Broderick, Allen. Slz. Tomui,
Director. GRAND CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA.
moxdat BOHEMIAN Thursday I KINO for a DAY.
GIRL. „.»."" ABBOTT.
NIGHT. Abbott. Annand_e. F*bri«l, GALA y. T r-Tt~ Ann»nd*le. Castle. Broderick.
November Slit. Allen and TaglUpietra. MGHT. Allen mm! T_sUapietr_
TUESDAY MARTHA. FRIDAY. MIGNON
_ Abbott's "Last Rom of Sam- — Three Prima Donnaj. Abbott.
SIGHT. m * r ." Abbott, Anaasdale, I Three | Bellini. Annandale; Also Cas-
Fabriaa and Campobello. I Prijn * Donnas. Ue.CampobeUo, Broderick and
_____________ [ Allen. *
WEDNESDAY LA TRAVIATA, SATURDAY HEART
Fl-ttliae of Verdi** charming _._,j rTA-KTr*
NIGHT. I opera : A 'bolt. < and Tag- AFTERNOON anQ * SiU *
I liapietra In th« principal role*. With brilliant cast of vcices.
Thursday IL TROVA ' ORB. I Saturday S*EmIRAMIDE !
— With an NIGHT. With ensemble. »U"e
TnanksgiTinf IMMENSE CAST — band and scenic effects. Ab-
JiaUaee. o f favorites. I Grand ReTiral. bott, Annandalc. K»brini. Bro-
. I derick. Gals*. Caap..
RESERVED SEATS ... SI.QS, SI, 75c., 50c, 25c.
_T a ~ i
The Wisconsin Central
Railroad Company ■
Did It !
1 M ±XJL _1L U i
Warehouse on Lower Third Street, and in consequence of their
reduced storage accom dati ms they are cjiripehed to
offer meir immense Stock of
And at prices never before put before the St. Paul Public!
We are the only Jobbers In St. Paul In onr line, and bnj all our Uoo-U in Car
: ots for 0 »SII at the very lowest mannfacturer's prices, uuJ in Ins Clearance
ale we »hall irireonr customers th« benefit of this.
Itcln— we quote prices tin a few uf the bargains to be obtained at oar More,
GOODS IST BE SOLD !
An all Walnut, Marble Top Suite, $86. Regular price *".•.
An aie Ash. Cherrj or Maple * u lt" at SIS.OO. Regular price * *.'» 00.
» S«"Ten pieces, Parlor Suites. $45 "0. Keeular price .<(;:..i)o.
Ash Extension tables, oral or Mjuar<>, -51.20: worth double.
1,000 Perforated <»eat (hairs, 65 cents. rt!i So cents.
1,000 Can* -eat Chairs, SO cent*. Worth $110.
800 Ha «l Wood Beds Veneere I Panels, for #2.00. Worth 8.1.50.
300 Hard Woiml Beds, Veneered Panels, |8.00. Worth «*• 00
\nd In fact all (Jood«» sold pr<-p.'rtionntelj low throughout nr enfirn <\>%\ '
uieuiber this is a Clearing Sale, as the tiuods mu»t be sold for want t.f room.
Cods Sold on Monthly Payments !
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! T !i3 Iliiie No. 17 East TIM street, Has QpeneQ
| tits m LAGE ROOM, mi also Displays n
- ImmsDSß stock of Goods.
This* is the Oldest and Most Complete
lii the Northwest!
We are still offering Great Bargains in
our enormous and select Stock of Car
pots, Wall Papers and Upholstery Goods is vast
ly increased this season by the largest invoices
; ever shipped to St. Paul.
We show in our stock of
The most *nperb that the Eastern markets offer, and onr Purchase!
In Carpets alone exceed In Quantity any shipment ever made to this
city and embraces the A west and Most Desirable Effects in
Wilton's, Biaelow, Lowell, Ms, Hartford, & Coil's
Aierican&EnslisliTaßßstryßmssßls, iiHo.l 1 2,3&4 grafle.
of all the leading manufacturers of the United State*; in 2-plie* wo sho^spedaltles of twenty differ
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The special and magnificent Patterns direct from the loom* of such -well-known Carpet Manufac
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COMPLETE STOCKS OF LINOLEUM AND OIL CLOTH
Cheap to the Trade.
Oar TJpholsterv IDepartment
Shows the fluest line of R»w Silks, Damasks, Keps, Terrace, Etc., Etc
Our Lace Department
Contains Tory thing from 15 cents per yard to 5.00 per window.
Our Window Shade Department.
Goods In this Line of Every quality and Price.
Our "Wall Paper Department.
Papers can be had at New York Prices, Wholesale or Retail. A splendid line
of screens and other novelties. The »*oods having all been selected bj Mr.
.Mat he is, they are guaranteed as to quality.
OUR MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
has been greatly increased, both In numbers and talent, and those who favor this
house * ith orders for work will find no delay. House- wires should make a note
of this when engaged in house renovation.
Our New Store,
Corner Seventh and Pine Streets,
Will have as compete an assortment of
Goods as the THIRD STREET Estab
lishment. Customers can call at either store,
according to their convenience and be sure of
COMPLETE STOCK IS EVERT RESPECT.
THE I. L. ANDERSON STOCK
Which we purchased, has been Removed to the
New Store,, corner of Seventh and Pin 6, where
BARGAINS will still be offered, which will as
tonish the people of the Northwest. This is a
Special Bargain Sale and will be closed out