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■VOL .VII. ,
DRY GOODS. -v.:'
25 DRY G00DSI25
PER PER
CENT. CENT.
Discount GUSTAVE fail
•'iowf<t Iff 1 ifc_ BIB Ilowest
i KATES ! ?....*???.*??.. J
ON ANY . ON ANY
AND ALL N. W. CORNER AND ALL
Dry Goods ! SEVENTH MD JACKSON Dry Goods !
and STREETS. and
NOTIONS! NOTIONS!
_________________ ,
Encouraged by the liberal .response of the
public will
This Week
CONTINUE HIS
REBATE SALE!
ALLOWING 25 PER CENT. DISCOUNT!
on any and all
Dry Goods and Notions!
The discontinuance of the sale may however be looked for at
an early date. It will be announced in this paper.
Silks, Cashmeres, White Goods !
Velvets, Dress Goods, Table Linens!
Satins, Trimmings, Towels,
BARGM h EVERY DEPARTMENT!
EVERY PURCHASE A BARGAIN !
SjHStore open from 8 a. in. to 9 p. m.-€
Gustave Heinemann!
1ST. "W: Cor. Seventh. & Jackson Sts.
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.'
t
I am Still Here, and also
at tlie
FRONT!
No 25 per cent. Inducements.
No 30 per cent. Discounts.
No Auction Stock.
BUT A COLLECTION OP
That for quality of Goods and Newness of Materials, cannot be
duplicated in this city, nor offered at prices that are lower than the
figures I have placed upon them. i
I WON'T BE UNDERSOLD.
Have now on my Counters and ready to show, the Choicest line of
Summer Silks
Ever Brought to St. Paul. Call and see them, you won't regret it.
ENORMOUS STOCK OP
New White Swisses,
„ Mot Swisses,
Figurefl Swisses,
.And "White Goods Generally.
THE CHEAPEST LINE OF BLACK CASHMERES i THE CITY.
Astonnuing Bargains in Blact anfl Colorefl SiKs.
In fact, a Bargain is given you in every yard of material you re
ceive at my store. Come and see if this is not true.
CLARENCE 1. M_9,
384 Wabashaw street,
Sunday
BOOKS! IKS! BOOKS!
50,000J00KS!
Dictiii's Big Miffili!
GREAT
Bankrupt Sale
OF
BOOKS!
50,000 VOLUMES
OF THE—
CHOICEST STANDARD LITERATURE,
T—X" * 4- ' '?"*'■
History,
_Fibtion,
-Poetry,
Biography,
"Wit and. Humor,
Travel and. -A_dventure,
&q, &o.
This Stock is a Special lot of
Books bought at a large Bankrupt
Sale in New York. ....
aiifl Perfect Editions
GUARANTEED.
I '.
REMEMBER !
JS?" This Stock cannot be Replenished. Do not
lose the opportunity of Seeing and Selecting
from the full assortment.
ONLY 39c.
Best Editions of Popular Standard 12 Mos. Large
clear type, good paper and handsomely bound
in cloth. Publishers price .00 and .25.
8,000 COPIES.
Robinson Crnsoe.
Arabian Nights Entertainment,
Swiss Family Robinson. .
Children of the Abbey.
Don Quixote.
Banyan's Pilgrim's Progress.
Ivan hoe.
Scottish Chiefs. «
Thaddeus of Warsaw.
Last Days of Pompeii.
Andersen's Fairy Tales.
•Jane Eyre.
The Mysterious Island. Jules Verne.
20,000 Leagues under the Sea. Jules Verne,
Tour of the World in 80 Days. Jules Verne, j
Grimm's Popular Tales.
Dickens' Child's History of England.
Willy Keilly.
.Ksop's Fables, over 100 illustrations.
Oliver Twist, by Dickens. ,
Last of the Mohicans, by Cooper.
Sketch Book, by Irving.
Adam Bede, by George Eliot.
Vanity Fair, by Thackeray. -
ONLY 74c.
Best Editions of Standard Red Line Poets.
Without doubt the finest and most complete
edition of the poets ever issued in this country,
at 'a low price. In 12mo. volumes, illustrated,
handsomely bound in cloth, richly embossed in
black and gold, full gilt edge. Retail price, $1.25.
750 COPIES.
Arnold, (Edwin), Hemans,
Aytonn, Hood,
Burns, Herbert,
Byron,* ' Iliad (Homer),
Browning, Ingelow,*
Chaucer, Keats,
Campbell,' Lucille,*
Cowper, Milton, . ■
Crabbe, Moore,*
Coleridge, Macaulay,
Dante,* Meredith,
Dryden, Ossian,.
Eliot (George), Odyssey (Homer),
Favorite Poems, Poe,
Goethe,* Poetry of Flowers,
Goethe's Faust, Pope,
Goldsmith. Procter,
Religious Poems, Rosetti (Dante),
Schiller,* Scott,*
Shakspeare,* Shelley,
Taylor's Philip Van Ar- Tennyson,*
tevald, Thomson. \
Tapper, - Virgil,
White (Kirke), Willis,
Wordsworth.
. Books marked * are also bound in full Morocco,
gilt edges, gilt side and back,'
Retail price $3. Only $1.18.
200 Copies Large Octavo Poets
Bound in full leather .binding, illustrated with
engravings,
Retail price $3. Only $1.78.
SHAKSPEARE. TEeYS05,BUMS,MT0S,
All the American Poets, Mark Twain's Books.
Mary Jane Holmes' & May Am Hem
mil's Novels.
100 Copies Dickens' Child's History of England,
handsomely bound in cloth.
V 25 CENTS.
S. CI. DICKINSON,
No. 7 Bridge . Sauare.
ST. PAUL, MINN., SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1884.
BOOKS.
BOOKS INSETS!
In Qd_ and Half Calf. B_i__s •
|-| 10 SETS ' " :
MACAULAY'S HISTORY OF ENGLAND,
5 vols., half calf. ■ •:.
Retail price $15. Only $5.48.
25 SETS
of the same, 5 vols., cloth,
Retail Price $5. Only $1.79.
10 SETS
GREEN'S HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH .PEO
PLE, 4 vols., half calf,
Retail price $12. 'Only $5.48.
15 SETS
of the same, 4 vols., cloth,
Retail price $6. Only $2.98. ,
.. 10 SETS
MCCARTHY'S HISTORY OF OUR OWN TIMES,
4 vols., half calf,
Retail price $12. Only, $5.48.
10 SETS
of the same, 4 vols., red cloth, gilt top,
Retail price $5. Only $3.50.
10 SETS
GIBBONS' ROMAN EMPIRE, 5 vols., cloth,
Retail price $5. Only $2.88.
20 SETS
GEO. ELIOT'S COMPLETE WORKS, 8 vols.,
red cloth, gilt top, fine edition,
Retail price $12. Only $6.88.
* 5- SETS
DICKENS' COMPLETE.WORKS, 15 vols., half
calf, illustrated, .'.•>'" .A
Retail price $45. Only $19.88.
• _———_-
10 SETS
of the same, 15 vols., cloth, illustrated,
Retail Price $22.50. Only $9.65.
15 SETS
SAMUEL SMILES' "Self-Help-Series," "Self-
Help Duty," "Thrift and Character," 4 vols.,
cloth, \ ;:>'.' v--,v -;''-.
Retail price $6. Only $2.88.
A large selection of -
FAMILY BIBLES
At 50 per cent below retail price.
Catholic Books and
Catholic Prayer Books,
And Thousands of
Miscellaneous Books.
1 0. DICKINSON,
No. 7 Bridge Square,
ST. PAUL.
SPRING mm, 1884!
MANNHEIMER BROS'
Place on Sale To-morrow
50 pieces Pin stripe Summer Silks at 65c.
50 " Pin checked Summer Silks at 75c.
50 " Shaded stripe Summer Silk at 75c.
50 .. " 24-inch, All-Silk, heavy, Black Satin
Brocades at $1.50; worth $2.50.
75 pieces, 22-inch, Black Grosgrain Silks, heavy
and durable, at $1; worth $1.50.
75 pieces Black Grosgrains of warranted quality,
at $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2. ■
New Surah Silks, including all leading shades.
EST OUR
Dress (Jowls Department !
WE OPKIST
the most perfect line of desirable colors ever
shown here-of Albartr dss Cloth, drap Veloute,
Cachemere Vigogne, Roye Courtesse, Silk and
Wool Plaids and Checks, Summer Camels Hair,
Traver Cloth, Venetian, Tricotine, Tappeta,
Merveilleux, Foule, Jersey, Imperial Serge,
Battiste, Nuns Veilings and Armures in great
variety of designs.
We are also exhibiting late importations of
French Printed Satteens, Zephyr Cloths, Seer
Suckers, Linen Lawns, Zanzibar Stripes, etc.,
and spring assortments of
.ft PARIS LISLE THREAD HOSIERY,
AND
COUSTAURE PARIS KID GLOVES,
In street and party shades.
: ; POPULAR PRICES!
Ml & MINNESOTA SUETS.
*£ Out of town Orders receive prompt and careful attention.
I AMUSEMENTS.' iV-ht^: ..... .. . .
OLYMPLO THEATEE!
Seventh Street, Near Jackson.
Monday, March 3d!. v Six Nights Only!
Greater Than Ever! A Mammoth Entertainment!
LESLIE, HOWARD & KAINE'S
Allied Attractions and Specialty Co.
PROP. "WINGPIELD and his Troupe of Educated Dogs.
M'LLE ALPHOUSINE in her wonderful performance on the
Revolving Globe.
The Great European Artists EICKERTS BROS, in their laughable
and grotesque Musical Specialty.
JOHNSON & LYON, American and Lancashire clog dancing,
reels, jigs, etc.
EDWABD LESLIE & WILLIAM DEVERE in their original act,
entitled "Just from Doni»al.»'
LESTER HOWARD & MISS GEORGIE KAINE in their extrava
ganza, entitled "Political Discussions"
The World's Wonder, LE AIRE, in his perilous act upon the
flying trapeze; also introducing his wonderful ceiling walking.
8 FRANKLINS, character change artists and vocalists.
The whole to conclude with Howard & Kaine's great afterpiece,
; THE CROWDED HOTEL!
Characters by the full strength of this mammoth company. in connection with the above the
Emerson & West Co. remain one night longer— evening.
Family Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. Reserved seat tickets on sale at Merchants Hotel
News stand, without extra charge.
■ i ' ' —
CLOTHIERS.
B. O. P. C. H.
IBMM-aJR_K HOUSE
Cor. Third and Robert Streets, St. PauL
. BUSINESS COLLEGE. * ■ .
AND TBLEGRAPHIO INSTITUTE
Has long since 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. - Cor. Third :. and Jackson ,
: . W. A. FADDIS, Principal.
TAILORING^ I ■ •
FI^^ T^ILOKLTSTGr.
ftlWAY ft IMftM 30Eastr_irdstreet,
VUlMll QCMlUil, St. Paul, Mian.
(KlnhE.
SPRING GOODS.
"We can make it to your interest
to trade with us at any season of
the year, particularly at this sea
son, as we are cleaning out/the
balance of our winter stock at
ridiculously low prices. Being
'headquarters for anything in our
line. We are enabled to offer a
large assortment and lower prices
than smaller houses can do.
We make a specialty of Chil
dren's Clothing,
Latest Hats, Finest Clothing,
Best Furnishing Goods.
DRY GOODS.
HIE SUCCESS!
The Inauguration of the Great.
Eiitej Sale
Of 11,500 Yards of
HAMBURG
Edgings
AND
IISERTIMS,
RESERVE STOCK,
Called lortti an Immense Concourse of
People Yesterday.
To-Morrow
Tbe Sale Will Be
CONTINUED,
And iu Addition an
Immense Reduction
Will be Made in
TABLE LINENS.
It is now an established fact that |1 lie
Greatest Bargains ever offered
in the Northwest are to
be fouudfat the
$40 000
Asiiniii Sale
OF THE
KEMAM
StoclofDrrGoods
At 422 Wabashaw- Street.
SILKS,
SATINS, ■"-'
..!•••// CASHMERES,
DRESS GOODS, ,
; FLANNELS,
In fact, everything in the line of Dry
Goods, at prices with which,' competi
tion is an utter impossibility.
P. T. K_WANAGH,
Auctioneer!
NO. 02.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
The Best, Largest & Most
. Varied Stock of
PIANOS, ORGANS
AND
Musical Irctauise,
IN Tim NORTHWEST,
We guarantee lower prices, easier terms and
better good* than any small dealer can possibly
offer. THY 03.
148 & 150 East Third St.
___■__■__ ——— —— ——__M—_
AMUSEMENTS.
Grand Opera House!
L. N. SCOTT, Kasaqmb.
Thursday, Friday* Saturday,
MARCH 6, 7, & 8,
SATURDAY MAT] .1
THE CHAXFK AUS!
HENRIETTA A PRANK.
RKVEKTOIBBi
Thursday and Saturday,
Kit, the Arkansaw Trawler.
By Mr, Chanfran.
Friday, - - - The Bankrupt's Wife.
Saturday Matinee, - - - Isabel Vane.
A new version by Mrs. Chanfrau.
Sale of feats commences Wednesday, 9 a.[m.
Prices Si, 75c, 50c, and 25c.
Grand Opera House!
ST. PAUL, .MINN,
The Magnificent <))><t»
Pirates of Penzance.
BY TUB
STILLWATER CHORAL UNION.
Grand; chorus.
50 VOICES 50
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5 !
Prices: $1.00, ;."■■■. 50c an I 25c. Sale of reserved
■eats commences Monday, March yd, B a. in.,
at box bfflce.
The new and handsome Drop CVutai* will 1 »■
exhibited on this occasion, for the :;r-i time.
ALL ABOUND THE GLOBE.
The wool growers of Utah have appoint dele
gates to the Denver convention,
The manufacturers of confections In New York
who prepared Easter prize packages have been
arrested. • , -
Mrs. Minnie McOill was arrested at Williams
burg, N. v.. for kidnapping her own child.
Geo. II. Mills, convicted in Brooklyn the other
day fur the murder of his wife, is sentenced to
hang April is,
At last it i- anpposed that the murderers of tin)
Crouch family, near Jackson, Mich" are arrested,
Jndd Crouch and Dan S. Holcomb, members of
the family, being the parties.
Parties in Philadelphia, tellta ; pistols to school
boys, have been arrested.
The insurance or Powers & Weigetman'aj
chemical works, Philadelphia; is {389,800.
The iron manufacturers of the United States
haver entered a protest against Morrison's tarilt
bill..
Philadelphia Is still sending relief to tho flood
sufferers, and San Francisco yesterday sent $3,100
to Louisville, Ky.
At Hartford, Conn., the United State* Stamp
tag works were burned yesterday, entailing a Iosj
of 1400,000.
Mrs. Spellmeyi .-. New York, got jealous of hcT
husband and shot herself.
Mrs. Lnngtry's stage properties have been at
tached in New York, under a claim of §1,501)
damages, on account of her not appearing at a
matinee at the New Park theater. She said s.hu
was sick, and her physician ordered her not to
leave home.
The widow of Salmi Morse is.on the way from
California. Be left a number of manuscript
poems,plays and lectures, which will; not bu
unsealed until she arrives. I
Mi-* Blackburn wishes "On the Yellowstone"
to be rewritten, so that there may bo ."less talk
and more notion." —. • .'
At Port Jarvis, N. C, yesterday, Dr. Robert
son, inventor of a Hying machine, dropped dead
from heart disease. J
The Liberal Reform club, Boston, I* taking
measures to call a convention in New York of all
of those who approve the civil service reform es
pecially, irrespective of party.
From Montreal it is learned that the snow
blockade has caused great irregularity of tho
train-.
At North Wheeling last evening, a conplc ot
man quarrelled In a ganililiug saloon, when pno
of them was shot through the head. Tho mur
derer was arrested.
The Van Riper family, the Ave viitims of tho
fire in a tenement house at Sew Vort, were
buried yesterday.-
McKerson & Collator's flouring n.'ll nt Pent
water, Mich.,'burned, last night. Loss §i5,000;
insurance §7,000. .■'..' iJ'-. *
- On account of the burning of Po-Vnrs and
Weightman's establisment _ Philadelphia, the
price of quinine has -•'">■■ up nearly 50 .yer cent.
AtCentalia, Pa., apart] of Hungarians camped,
quarreled, and two men and a woman were fa
tally stabbed.. ;,,'^- \'.:,- r ;-:••/
For the first time in ten years' Houesvi.'Je has
elected a Tit-publican council, through the bolt
ing.of the Democrats.
1 The new American ship Bavin has been lest on
the voyage to Japan. She had-a cargo of oil
valued at 171,000, and the ship cost §135,000.
esse! and cargo were insured.
The Bed river in Mississippi has risen so much
that the levees are breaking and the plantation*
&ie being overflowed In all directions. The .water
is higher than last year, and within ten Inches of
18S-'.
The Arkansas river has overflowed, and sev
oral have been drowned whilo trying to tare their
stock. ■ If the levee breaks at Hcicma, Ark., tho
whole .town will be flooded and the people are
ordered to hold themselves . in readiness so that,
when the alarm is given, they may go at onto to
try and stop the break.
» Francis J. Smith, city treasurer at iiayonnc,
N. J., is short §37,000, and a warrant is out for
hi* arrest.- . -' , ", , :. ■
/ In San Francisco, the Chinese. cigar makers
struck on account of the restriction act, and the
manufacturers now order a lockout of the Chi
nese, retaining only the white*. .
':. At Bazoo, Mo., two masked men went' to jho
house ot B. H. Wells, and shot and killed John
E. Wells, aged-sfcety-flve, in the presence of hie
5 wife. They demanded money, but shot htra be
lore he could reply. They got only a silver watch.

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