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IK-A-HIST BROS !
Corner Seventh and Jackson streets.
Prices, Qui! ii ■ MM Mali! Qir Basins 1
WHA-T WILL KALLST BR OTHER'S DO NEXT?;
The above question was asked again and again during the past week by the thousands who
visited our establishment.
OUR ANSWER COMES TO-DAY!
Por the accommodation 1 of those who were Unable to Procure what they wanted, on accoun of the immense Bush, we shall Continue
FOR ONLY ONE WEEK LONGER. COME, SEE AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES !
White and Colored' BLANKETS, from the New York Auction Sale, 10.4 Grey Blankets worth
from $2 to $3 for 95 cents, and $1.25 a pair.
50 Pair white all wool 10-4 Blankets, former price $8.50, for $5 a pair.
75 Pair Scarlet, all wool 10-4 Blanket, worth $7.50, for $4.75 a pair.
200 Pair Calico Comfortables, filled with pure cotton batting, at 75c and $1 a pair.
HEADQUARTERS FOR DRESS GOODS;
New Bargains just opened. 500 Pieces Double Fold English CASHMERE, worth 35e. for 15c.
New Bargains in Black and Colored SILKS. Ask for our 98c Silk, which is equal to other $1.50 goods.
SWEEPING REDUCTION IS SUITS, DOLMANS, SACQUES, RUSSIAN CIRCULARS, NEWHARRITS, Etc., Etc,
Fur Lined CIRCULARS, worth $25, for $15.
Satin CIRCULARS, furred edge and collar, quilted lining, $10.50. •
Diagonal and Cloth DOLMANS, fur trimmed, $4, $5, $7, worth from $8 to $15.
STT A TTTT C< V Striped Brocade, $2.C0 up. Fancy Bordered, $2.50. Good all wool Blanket SHAWL, at 5.00,
JZl._/\- W JLfe I worth $8. • . /
Thousands of Articles suitable for Holiday Presents for your Girl, Beau, Mother, Father, Aunt,
Sister, Cousin and MOTHER-IN-LAW!
DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS!
The Biggest Assortment in the City of Dressed and Undressed Wax and China, Laughing, Cry
ing, Talking and Walking Dolls, from 5 cents to $10 each.
ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF j
Moral ailAiOTl Alius, Scran Books, Cigar Casus, SMI Boies, Fancy Plisl Toilet M Weill Cases,
AT ASTONISHING LOW PRICES.
Kafrn Bros' Great 'Bargain Store, ,
Cor. 7th and Jackson Streets. OPEN UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK AT NIGHT.
HOLIDAY GOODB. . ... . .
And Offer For Inspection and Sale, late importations, comprising
an Extensive Collection of
Plush, Olive Wood, Carved Oak, Bronze, Brass and leather.
We advise an early visit to this Department, being confident, that
every Visitor will find some article to suit his or her taste,
among this superb collection. We enumerate:
Traveling Necessaries, Toilet Cases, Jewel Cases,
Odor Cases, Perfume Sets, Glove and Pan Cases,
Toilet Sets, Letter Blocks, Writing Desks,
Albums, Card Trays, Portfolios,
Shopping Bags, Paper Weights, Note Books,
Cigar Sots, Card Boxes, Smoking Sets,
Cigar Boxes, Game Chests, Card and Chess Cases,
Candlesticks, Inkstands, Stamp Boxes,
Ash Receivers, Thermometers, Wine Sets
Pocket Books, Cigar Cases, Cigar Stands, etc.,
And many other articles too numerous to specify.
PARIS AND VIENNA PANS!
Of all Values, in an Unrivaled Assortment.
The Largest Stock in the city,
SJ^Sg-^The Present is the best time to make Selections for the Holi
«3s? days, Purchases can be delivered at any desired date.
TIM nil jjnnb' Streets.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention!
Sunday Q) GHnbE.
ST. PAUL, MINN., SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1883.—TWELVE PAGES.
DRESS GOOES, CLOAKS, DOLMANS, SHAWLS.
IE WHITE IS KING!
During the past ten days several thousand interested .' and atten- '
tive visitors have called at our Parlors, and examined the elabo- I
rate and extensive display of Decorative Work which we are daily
producing on the tight-Running
The most successful Sewing Machine of the age. We especially de
sire to thank the public for the generous welcome we have re
ceived, and now give notice to the Ladies of St. Paul that we shall
continue the Exhibit of Decorative Art Work for three days more,
prior to moving a portion of same to our Minneapolis Agency. It
will certainly pay YOU to call. We are now prepared to deliver
WHITE Sewing Machines on reasonable notice. Instructions
given at your home. Our Automatic Bobbin-Winder and patent
Belt-Replacer furnished free with each machine.
WHITE SlfUfflE CO.,
394 WABASHAW, CORNER SIXTH STREET.
LADIES AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
And for all other Occasions, for Ladies, for Gentlemen and for
: v Children, fit .ed to the hands of purchasers, at
O. A. Dibble's,
75 East-Third St., St. Paul.
ALSO, ELEGANT AND USEFUL
ARTICLES FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
Laces, Made-Up Lace Goods, Handkerchiefs, Pans, Mufflers,
Hand Knit Worsted Goods, Lined Gloves and Mittens, Good warm
Hosiery, and Underwear Goods for Ladies, Gentlemen, Boys, Girls
and Babies. %
EVERYBODY INVITED TO CALL
TWO HUNDRED aid twenty
THE STOCK OF A
New M Bntnjt MannTactarer.
We have secured the entire stock of Messrs.
Guilt Bros., who have recently failed in
business in New York city, *as 4 manu
facturers of Cloaks and Suits. ;
win Trtsiw mm,
&nd for the next few days following, we will offer these Goods
it the Manufacturer's actual cost, and our Customers will be
ible to secure many GOOD BARGAINS at the following Low
11 Plain Rhadame CIRCULARS, quilted lining, fur collar and
fur edge at $11, worth $15.
9 Plain Rhadame CIRCULARS of a much better quality with
silk lining, fur collar and fur edge, at $16.50, worth $25.
23 Extra fine quality Rhadame and Ottoman Silk CIRCU
, LARS, with heavy satin quilting, fur collar and fur edge.
at only $19.50, worth $30. -'
16 Black Diagonal DOLMANS, fur trimmed and ornaments,
at $4,75, worth $9.
12 Black Diagonal DOLMANS, extra long, fur trimmed all
around, at $12, well worth $20.
9 -Very fine All Wool Imported Diagonal 50-inch long-DOL
MANS, heavily lined with Astracan and braiding, at $15, a
great bargain, well worth $25.
18 DOLMANS of the same material, but much more trimmed
and finer got up, at $22.50, worth $35.
34 GARMENTS in Rhadame, Cicillian Silk, Ottoman and
Brocaded, from $15 to $35, every Garment would be
cheap at double the price.
The balance of the stock consists of single Garments in Plush,
Mattisay, Ottomans and fur lined Garments of the very best
qualities, all of which we offer at much less prices than they
could be manufactured for.
IN THE SAME LOT WE HAVE ABOUT
200 Ladies' Dresses,
300 Children's Dresses,
That are worth the attention of Buyers in that line. The pries we marked them at will hardly
pay for the material.
You can Buy during the remainder
of the season at
50 cts. on the Dollar,
PELT and VELVET HATS at 25 cents each, cost to manufacture
from 81.00 to $2.00.
BIBBS and FANCY FEATHERS at 50 cents, cost to import three
times the money. .
Weiss & Weiss,
SOl, 203 & 205
East Seventh St., corner of Sibley;
MADE AND SOLD
The only Metal Action Fiaso in the world. "
_ Warranted t* stand a Minnesota -winter. '
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SOLE NORTHWESTERN AGENTS.
Grand Opera House!
;,--, L. N. SCOTT, Manager.
BOOT IDEAL QPESAGO.,
SIX NIGHTS AND TWO MATINEES.
Coiugque MoMay, December 3rd.
on^ ay • • FatINTTCA.
Wednesday Matinee Mascotte
Wednesday ....Fra Diavolo!
Thursday -...Bohemian Girl.
Friday Marriage of Figaro.
Saturday Matinee Girofle-Girofia .
Saturday ..; . .Musketeers."
; Seats now on sale. Secure in advance.
Avoid the rush.
Prices—sl.2s, $1, 75c, EOc and 25c.
Seventh Street Opera House!
E. A. GRANT, Manager.
Monday, Dec. 3, and during week
MR. ALF WYMAN
MISS LUJ.TJ WILSON,
Supported by their own specially selected Com
pany, in the great German-American
" Comedy Drama, .
OUR GERMAN- FARMER!
Family Matinees Wednesday and Saturday, at
2 p. m
Most always sometimes
tell" how cheap you can
buy goods until you in
THE ST. PAUL
are offering unequaled
inducements in all Holi
day Goods, Books, Sta
tionery, Fancy Goods
and Novelties. In our
we have many choice
goods, useful and beau
tiful, pleasing to the
eye and your purse.
There is no time like the
present, for we shall
close our Retail Depart
ment on December Ist,
and until that time we
shall offer great bar
gains in both depart
Remember the Place
127 East Third street.
ST. TAUL, MINN.