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NORTHWEST COR. SEVENTH AND JACKSON STS. j
Respectfully Invites Inspection to his
Seal Plash Sacques!
AstracM Sacques! |
Seal Plush Short Wraps!
'} Astrachan Short Wraps !i
Sacques, Jackets, Newmarkets,
In Flush! In Silk! In Cloth! |
At Very Low Figures,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Cites IMS ii Large A-orii-t*;!
Crib Blankets, Single or Double!
He, Cray and Scarlet Blankeisl
10-4, 11-4, 12-4,
Flannels, Tricots, Ladies' Cloth,
15 Per Cent. Below Market Value.
Our stock of Wocl Goods is very large, and we are
determined to reduce.
Silks! Velours! Surahs!
Velvets! Plushes! Rhadames!
Black and Colors, in Elegant Assortments.
Far and Feather Trimmings! Beaded Trimmings!
Beaded Passementeries. Beaded Laces.
Beaded Panels. Beaded Fronts.
EIDER DOWN TRIMMINGS.
THE MOST VARIED
Dress ai Gloat Trimming Department
Ever Shown Here, vn^.-ale and Retail,
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Dress Goods Department.
Gilbert Suitings are better known than any other
Dress Fabric in the market.
Gilbert Suitings are fully 44 inches wide.
Gilbert Suitings are either all wool or wool and Silk
Gilbert Suitings are looked after so much, not for the
reason of their superb styles, elegance and finish
only, but their durability as well.
Gilbert Suitings are retailed every where for 75c, 85c
.^^^^g^ We offer large quantities— fact complete repre
|||sE||p^ sentations— of the Entire Production of the Gilbert
*&* v " s"^5 "^ Manufacturing Company, at the uniform price of
59 Cents Per Yard.
We have sold enormous quantities already, but have still
superb assortments on hand.
WE URGE AN EARLY ATTENDANCE OF THIS EXTRAORDINARY SALE.
HOMIEST COR. SEVENTH & JACKSON STS., ST. PAUL.
ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, SUNDAY MoEOTNG. NOVEMBER 14 1S8& —SIXTEEN PAGES.
to CLOAKS A of CHILDREN'S Week,
will astonish you ! Don't forget the place ! |
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THE GOLDEN RULE
Their Art Needlework Department.
We take pleasure in announcing that we will be able to show the most complete and finest
selected stock west of New York. This department is under the exclusive management
of Miss E. A. Hatstat. -
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Children's Knife, Fork and Spoon, in silk
lined case, 25c.
Triple-Plated Knives, $2.50 a set.
Table Spoons.six in box silk-lined, sl.so a set.
Nut Picks, half doz. In case, 97c.
Silver-Plated Button Hooks, 40c.
Silver-Plated Fruit Knife, 73c.
1 dozen Dessert Knives, in Plush Case, $4.95;
Ladies' Silver Combination Glove-Buttoner
and Knife, 75c.
Gentleman's Oxidised Button Hook 75c.
Pickle Castor $2.50.
Silverware at one-half tho usual selling prices.
Come and get our figures.
W. H. ELSINGER & CO., 73 and 75 E. Seventh, corner Minnesota' Street.
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Sells More Unredeemed Pledges and Cheaper
Than any House in the Northwest.
LADIES' GOLD WATCHES. | pLEDGE NO. 10, P. 12-HDNTINQ CASE 14-K \
t-., „.■„„ un , 91 — rAiiv<MiTVTi\(" pa«f ■*■ old watch, stem winder and setter. Eluin j
P^_ B go._- waU7 L S te U J wfnder T a-_, C cU S e^ ! «U& full-jeweled movement, cat expansion bal
full jeweled Elgin mo^ment. cat expansion Dal- j "cc and patent pin.on. engine turned cases very
ance and patent safety pinion. Louis XIV. Hand- .,,■''. Dd P"'* u * e^ abo *, rt „ n ?°"' i h .?' and * re *
homely engraved cases 7 used about six month,. | "■*•"« t.mep'ece; first cost $100. price $&
shows no sign of wear; cost ,S0; price *^h | tjledGE NO. 13. P. 3-HUNTING CASE U-K. I
PLEDGE NO. 19. P I— LADY'S HUNTING CASE I Jf gQi _ Wlltch , stem winder and setter, fine P.
18-k gold watch, stem winder and setter, g Bartlett Waltbam movement, lull-jeweled cut
a very fine Swiss nickel movement, named Maid of ; expansion balance patent pinion and patent regu-
Atbens. full jeweled and expansion balance; the i a or.0 r. beautifully engraved cases, very heavy and
cases are raised golii of variegated colors, contain- in eX cel i eD t condition, also a fine timepiece; first
ing 18-k and S_-_ gold, very heavy and was cost | 123> price $7:<- j
made to order; first cost 8200; price 190. ; — — 7 j
PLEDGE NO. 7, P 2— LADY'S HUNTING CASE DIAMONDS. t
A 14-k gold watch, stem winder and setter, — — —
full jeweled Elgin movement, expansion balance OLEDGE NO. 883— LADY'S DIAMOND LACE '
and patent pinion, beautiful hammered gold cases, A pin, seven stones; weighs about 'i% carats;
very heavy, and only used a short time; first cost white and all perfect; richly ens-raved mounting,
$63; price $40. the latest style; first cost $210, price $150.
- LEDGE NO. 36-LADY'S HUNTING CASE -QLEDGE NO. 973-DIAMOND EAR DROPS;
14-k gold watch, stem winder and setter, Jf we about 3 carats, almost white, very
Opiate Elgin, full jeweled movement, cut expan- brilliant and absolutely perfect; engraved mount
sion balance and patent safety pinion, raised gold jn firgt COst $300 ice $i;jo
cases of variegated gold, onthe case is a basket —5 .__ —
containing eight genuine diamonds, one of the T)LEDGE NO. 820— DIAMOND STUD: SMA I.L j
prettiest watches in the city: very littled used and A stone, white and perfect; wire gold mount
a remarkable good timepiece; first cost $105; price ing; first cost $16, price 10.
_!_■ ** 7^ "PLEDGE NO. 790— LADY'S DIAMOND CROSS:
GENTS' GOLD WATCHES. -Jfy 33 stones; white, perfect and very brilliant:
LEDGE - NO. 7, I*. 15— HUNTING CASE GOLD very elegantly engraved mounting; can be used
X watch, stem winder and setter, Elgin full- as a pin or pendant; first cost $350, price $125.
jeweled movement cut expansion balance and "p. NQ 775-DIAMOND EAR DROPS:
patent pinion, richly engraved cases, *" been tw^ white stones; not flaw or blemish of
patent pm on. rn.u.y C v« ,i nioI ,,p. 1 two white stones; not a flaw or blemish of
used about three months a firs.-c.ass timepiece. ftnv kjnd f , raved black enameled mount
first cost tSypnceSg. -__ ,„ nn , n ing. first co< . $75, pr ,ce $50.
PI EDGE NO S P 16— HUNTING CASE GOLD —5
J watch, stem winder .nd setter, fall-jeweled DLEDGE NO. 982-LADYS DIAMOND LACE
Elein movement expansion balance and pat- 1 pin. one stone; white and entirely free from
ant pin on . handsomely engraved nearly new any flaws, in fact almost a gem; plain gold mount- j
and a splendid timepiece; first cost $60. price $33. ing; fast cost $70, price $40. .
FINE "aYA'CH REPAIRING a SPECIALTY, and perfect work guaranteed at moderate prices '■
■snecta'-les ar.d'Eve Glasses to suit al! sights, and adjusted by a Competent Optician. Goods sent C. O. .
I D to any part of "the country with privileae of examination on paying express charges. Advances
on all articles of value, from $1 to $10,000 at special low rates. .;.- j
SIMON the Pawnbroker J
MAIN STORE, 314 JACKSON STREET, BRANCH, 186 EAST SEVENTH STREET. I
Merchants Hotel Block. ST. PAUL, MINN.
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1 •RTT-JTNF^t* «re lar_ely increased in our new store, 339 and 341 East Seventh street. We have
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j ng Goods and invite a visit from all. __i_--. *. r^xw
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RYAN DRUG CO., •. importers .._■,
; importing and jobbing druggists Wholesale Druggists,
DRUGGISTS' SUNDRYMEN. - 68 and 70 Sibley street, corner Fifth,
■«*»._£ __*_»--* street. -ST. PAUL ST. PAUL. - - - - MINN J
No. 1, SO cents per yard.
BERLIN ZEPHYRS, !
7 cents per yard.
All Colors, Stamped, SS coots.
Yard wide. Si per yard.
10 cents p er ball.
.EkESH CHERRIES, 1
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$ J25 cents per dozen.
ASPHALT BLOCKS, 10 cents.
PYRAMID BLOCKS, with pictures and let
ters on four sides, 75 cents.
TOY SCALES, 5 cents. j
KITCHEN OUTFIT, complete, 25 cents.
TRANSPARENT SLATES, 5, 10, 15 and 25 cts
BRASS DRUMS, 25 cents.
TOOL BOXES, with tools, 10 cents.
REVOLVING MUSICAL TOP, 25 cents.
BULL'S EYE LANTERN, two colors, 5 cents.
CHINA TEA SET, 10 cents.
BOY'S ECLIPSE PRINTING PRESS, $3.
BILLIARD TABLE, including balls, from
$1.07 to $5.
MAGIC LANTERN, nickel plate, 59 cents,
cheap at $1.
WOOL DOGS, on wheels, 10 cents.
ROCKING HORSES, from 97 cents to $20.
WOOD WAGON, 15 cents.
TOY CRADLES, 2*3 cents to $5.
BEDSTEADS, 75 cents, worth $1.50.
CHILDREN'S WRITING DESKS, 29 cents.
BLACKBOARDS, 75 cents.
STAMPED LINENS, in great variety.
GERMAN FLOSS, 30 cents per dozen.
SPANISH AND GERMAN KNITTING YARN.
STAMPING AT HALF PRICE.
BEST GERMANTOWN, 18 cents per skein.
MIKADO CREWEL, 4 cents per skein.
Ladies* Gold Plated Scarf Pins, 10c.
A beautiful line of Oxidised Silver Pins, one
hundred styles, 25c. Some worth $1.50.
Hand painted Enameled Napkin Rings, 25c.
Cheap at SI.
A complete Glass Cut Set. including Tray,
Butter, Sugar, Spoonholder, Creamer, $1.50.
Cheap at $3.
Mouth Harmonica, the best made, 10c.
French Hair Pins, 100 in box, assorted, 3c
Best Shell Hair Pins. 25c per dozen.
English Tooth Brushes, 15 cents. Cheap at
A Full Line Poker Chips,
1% inch. 1% inch. \Y, inch.
75c hd. 85c hd. 95c hd
Engraved, $1.89 hd.
Sole Leather Dice Boxes, 25c.
Playing Cards, sc, 10c, 15c, 25c.
FOR SALE !
Pailrir's MM Pints !
Watches, Diamonds, Ric_ Jewelry, Clocks, Bronzus, Musical Instruments,
Revolvers, Etc., Etc,
Our loans have been rapidly increasing for the last three weeks, and we can offer son*
specially pood bargains. It will well pay you to examine some of our
NEW WEDDING GIFTS.
V_P~ Send for New Catalogue.
Imoneytoloan I J. E. INGHAM, PAWNBROKER,
§ WATCHES N | Successor to E. LYTLE.
i WATCHES, I Wholesale and Retail
diamonds § Wholesale and Retail
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SAnd a'l Goods of Value:, i Jeweler and Manufacturer.
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No. 45 Jackson Street, St. Paul.
Whppk Will flflpr
FOR THIS WEEK.
A line of Fine "Worsted Suitings formerly
sold at $40 to $4-5 for $35. This is the finest
line of goods ever offered for the money. My
$35 line of Overcoatings are better value than
any in the city. Try the cash system and
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THE CASH TAILOR,
175 East Seventh St.
It Does Look Previous
fT VT^yryPryyi /-^2s!_S§?] To see a P ictnre of Santa Claus, but he wil
[' Ji_Js4v •J^^lftV^a-S^'flk ' soon be here f ° winter ,laS se * in and th
\ t^^7y 0 J^\\jJ^ V f^^^- n need of warmer clothing is felt all around.
-Ay ;? ° a/ZC/vsiM l^ t'oTtC '4 Overcoats and winter suits may be found in
I icA-y^&o e/'^n IPV 4"<\ Vs./ every conceivable variety at Sattler Bros.
«h_o_A tM /« s '^f^C*^W at prices that cannot be beaten anywhere.
I <y^t-^Jt~^y % i^i^B^- A c Suarantee to give the best value for the
\^\ *frt> f^4--VC. I !^^^-Jl money every time, and we have the satis
/fe^' /VfrMftOl*. » I faction of knowing that the man who pur
/ftvJf^Q'ili'i'&l » ' I chases once at Sattler's is usually a customer
fCl__-Jn tLaf TJ xzi' j for a lifetime, for we sell perfect fitting gar
(r^TyiL i^Mil IK. -3 / ments of fine material,: cut in the lates
lr^YrM^---/~£iT^-^-^ style, at the price of the cheap ready-made
*-^ Iroi Ir 1/ r ~^^T""~^M'\ clothing of which there is so much on the
91 East Third Straat Ht. Paul.
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Contains a fall line of Millinery, French Fans,
Eardrops. Shoes, Slippers, Masks, Long and
Round Combs, Parasols.llair Brushess, Pow
: der Boxes, Hand Mirrors and
Of every description, from the cheapest china
to the finest bisque.
Our prices speak for themselves.
China-Limbed Doll sc.
China Dressed Dolls from 5c up.
Jointed Bisque Dressed Dolls 15c.
Dresssed Indestructible Dolls 20c.
English Rag Dolls 75c.
Dressed Wax Dolls 5o
Eleven-inch Jointed Bisque Dolls, with real
Thirty-five-inch Wax Dolls, $1.19.
Bisque Jointed Heads, real hair, 38c up to $5,
Bisque Heads, closing eyes and flowing curls.
from 75c to $2.25.
Kid Bodies for all sizes of doll heads.