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"HERE TAKE YOUR CHECK"
Scenes at the Check Window of the
Union Depot.
IT IS A VERY BUSY PLACE.
Men Who Are So Expert That They
Can Size Up Baggage by the
Smell.
The St. Paul union depot is frequently
ma^e the subject of interesting sketches
city lite. The great throngs of peo
ple, representing almost every national
ity, that may daily be seen passing j
through there form a distinct feature of
this great Northwest But compara
tively few have any knowledge oi what |
these foreigners bring with them in the i
shape of baggage. A few minutes in
the "transfer" room, however, just be- i
fore the Northern Pacific through train i
pulls out at 4 o 'clock in the afternoon
will Rive the reader an idea if he is at j
all observing.
This immense room is at certain sea- ,
.-oils almost entirely tilled with odd I
looking trunks, chests and bundles that
come from over the seas, which bring
with them an atmosphere that is also |
distinctively foreign. Among the num.- j
erous truckmen are several Swedes and
Norwegians, whose services are espe
cially valuable at times as interpreters, j
and whose familiarity with the native
scents of these countries enables them j
to distinguish a piece of baggage with
out the requisite check, when the latter
happens to in- missing. Indeed, it is
claimed among the officials in the bag- |
gage department that an experienced
truckman can tell the exact location of I
a certain class of bundles or chests on |
the darkest night without the aid of a'
light simply by the smell. The great j
variety of smells that may almost be J
seen in this department makes an hour
spent there interesting ami instructive,
if not pleasant. The curiously-con
structed boxes that bear Polish or Dan
ish in paint or labels and plastered with
other labels, showing the ports through
which they have passed; are a study.
Manx of them are covered with a net
work of rope, or numerous bands of iron,
to insure safety against the destruct
ive work of the American "baggage
smasher." The latter Individual is an ob
ject <>i terror to the average emigrant.
His ways arc the ways of the devil, to
the poor foreigner, and the owner of a
chest that is not made of steel or rubber
Is in a constant state of agony until he
arrives at his destination, and hovers
over it lovingly to find that it has some
bow
MIRACULOUSLY escaped
serious damage. Even then, he attrib
utes his good luck to a lack of time with j
the baggageman. The latter is cer- j
tainly excusable in hurrying through
with emigrants* baggage; if he didn't, !
be would be liable to an attack of ag
gravated nausea.
knottier interesting class is the much
traveled English— and those who wish
to appear as such— whose very solicitous
Inquiries are often a burden to the long
suffering baggageman. The same ques
tion, propounded by the same person
live or six times in the course
of half an hour, finally becomes
tiresome, and the. cheekman will
sometime- be obliged, for self-protec
tion, to tell the traveler unpleasant
things. Then there is the "dude"
drummer on his first trip, whose at
tempted assumption of the airs of the
"old-timer*' makes the baggage boys
seasick. There is a brighter side, how- i
ever, to the life of the man who stands
at the check-window and wails upon
fourteen people at once— there is occa
sionally a ray of sunshine which strug
gles through the crowd and gets to the
window. iii the shape of a lair, bright
eyed school-girl, whose very modesty
and sweetness of manner Inspire him
with new-Irani energy and politeness.
He wishes from the bottom of
Ills 1 t.i:ati:i> HEART
that die had thirty-seven trunks to
check, and he would be called upon to
help her repack every one of them. But
I— she has only one, which is attended
to promptly, and she is gone. The
check-man turns sorrowfully to wait
upon a pompous-looking individual, who
evidently would impress upon the young
man inside an idea that he is sole agent
lor the owner of the universe. But the
young man is not receiving that kind of
impressions; and by the time the in
flated party has disappeared he lias re
sumed that same old get-your-checks
and-clear-out expression that he wears
when very busy. Then, perhaps, the
rush will commence that occurs
every evening, just before the de
parture of the "Easterns," and
amid the confusion our friend's voice I
may be heard: "Here, take your
check!" "Yes. that's all right— get on
thai train." "See you later— haven't
got time now." "Hold on, there, that
Isn't yours! Take this one. and get out
o' here!" "No, never lived there."
"Well, give me the number of your
mileage; — four minutes!" "Parcel
stand in there: turnch right." "Plenty
time for you— don't go for twelve min
utes; get that satchel off o' there!"
"All right, Washington; let that lady
get here:*' "Never drink." "I'll
smoke it after while— block up
that doorway:" "Here you are, Kala
mazoo!" "Hold on, Chattanooga, come
back and get your ticket— no, never
mind!" "Don't you call me a liar!"
"Wouldn't care a d— n if yon were Jim
Hill!— get out o' here!" Then all at
once this racket ceases; the trains have
gone with their loads of excited human
ity: the great depot is still as death,
and the tired baggagemen put on their
coats, turn out the gas and leave for the
night. There la no excitement or nov
elty in all this for them, any more.
— ___
AT A POKER T..BLI_.
A Long Sitting in St. Louis at
Which $125,000 Changed
Hands.
St. Louis, Feb. 25.— Wednesday night
the wives of seven St. Louis business
men, members of the Merchants' ex
change and wholesale merchants,
awaited anxiously their return to their
family residences, while the wife of a
gentleman visiting the city doubtless
loudly Imagined him sleeping peace
fully the sleep that comes after a hard
day's work. The eight gentlemen were
seated around a table in a room in a
leading hotel, pile- of checks in front
of each of them, and seemed to be fully
equipped for an all-night session. They
bad entered the room at 2 o'clock in the
afternoon for a couple of hours' quiet
poker game, jack pot, 50 cents to come
in and a $5 limit. Before they left it
yesterday afternoon nearly $135,000 had
changed hands, and they had played one
of the largest games of the kind on
record, and had staked the largest
amount on the slightest chance. It was
a game that would make the profess
ionals who reigned before the gambling
law went into effect turn green with
envy. And yet the participants were
only untutored business men, any one
of whom could sign his check for sev
eral thousands,and each one of whom has
made his money by counting probabili
ties rather than possibilities, even in
.peculation. The limit was gradually
raised to -.50, and side bets of from $125
to $1,000 were made In various combi
nations—the smallest heart, the largest
club, etc. At o a. in. only three of the
party remained in the game. These
three played up to 1 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, having had a twenty-six
hours' session without leaving the hotel.
he pots ran up to $SOO, and there were
a number of heavy side bets. The checks
ran out and lead pencils were used to
represent large amounts. Over $125,000
had changed hands during the twenty
six hours.
«_....
Chicago's "Water Service.
Chicago, Feb. 25.— became know
yesterday to the department of public
works that for several years past the
closet, used by over twenty-live em
ployes of the pumping works had been
connected with what is known as the
north shore inlet. On many occasions
water was pumped from this inlet and
the filth from the closets distributed
through the pipe, all over the city. An
Investigation was made to-day and the
fact disclosed that even a worse state of
affairs existed. The investigations
found for over twelve years the sewer
which drains a largo portion of the
North side drains into this inlet ami has
been sent out through the pipes. Com
missioner Swift litis closed the sewer.
«_*.
Tilt. TRUSTS.
New Ones Turning Up on All
Hands and of a Surprising Na
ture.
Nkw Font-, Feb. 35. -The trust in
vestigation was resumed to-day. Elihn
Root announced that the Standard Oil
company's people could not possibly at
tend to-day's session unless indeed they
could appear in the afternoon. Later,
Mr. Rockefeller came in, but he was
excused until Monday. .1. O. Preble, a
trustee of the envelope trust, known as
the Standard Envelope company, said
that nine companies formed a part of
the concern. Each firm pays 20 cents
to the Standard company for every 1,000
envelopes sold. The market price per
1,000 is 11.05. The company now con
trols in the neighborhood of one
half of the envelopes made in
this country. They nave made as
many as 120,00.1.000 and 140,000,000
a month, which increases the treas
ury account by about -.'-4,000 and 128,
--00J per month*. Of this sum about half
goes toward bringing in other concerns
and other expenses. The other half is
equally divided, or rather returned to
the different linns. Franklin Woodruff,
of the Empire Storage company, showed
that a storage trust has been established
by which it was intended to control vir
tually the storage business in Brooklyn.
There are nine companies in this com
bination. None of them belong to New
York, however. The committee is in
daily receipt, they say. of innumerable
kinds of mists, the latest of which ap
pear to he in the glass and watch trade.
.1. XV. Anthony was called for the pur
pose of identifying a circular of still
another trust, known as the '"Table and
Stair Oilcloth association.-" The docu
ment gave the prices for different kinds
of cloth as established by the associ- .
ation. He was not further examined.
The committee will meet again on Mon
ti'-, morning.
Indications of a Storm.
Special to the Globe.
Abkrdekx, Oak., Feb. 2"*.— A singu
lar halo about the moon, with a line cut
ting it about the center, which appeared
about 7 p. m. to-night, indicates storms
in the East. Old Dakotians say they
never saw such a phenomenon before.
LOCAL -*UJ*O*IO-¥.
Sugar-Cured Hams, Breakfast
Bacon,
Choice dried beef, smoked tongues,
summer sausage, pickled pigs' feet,
tripe and a full slock of fresh meats.
F. XV. Luley & Son, __*_ Jackson street.
Andrew Schoch, Treading Grocer,
Makes a specialty in Paul Morphy
eiars. Box trade solicited.
AVas Opened Yesterday.
J. Bloom's Wine House, 61 East Sev
enth street, with a full and complete
stock of California Wines, as Port,
Sherry. Angelica, Muscatel, Riesling,
Claret and pure Kentucky Whiskies, as
well as Pennsylvania Ryes. Goods for
families and medicinal purposes a spe
cialty; will deliver goods free of charge
in any part of the city, and mail orders
will be attended to promptly. I thank
my friends and patrons for past favors
and hope they will remember my new
location. J. Bloom, 61 East Seventh
street.
Letters From Florida
Arrive in St. Paul daily, telling of fine
vegetables and fruits on every hand.
Now there is nothing strange about
that, for at Michaud Bros.' yon can get
fresh vegetables and fruits of all kinds
(to see is to believe). Give them a call.
Ribbon Sales
This week at ::4S West Third street,
Seven Coiners.
Lewerenz & Ilisworth,
Extensive furniture dealers (parlor
goods a specialty), located at 127 East
Seventh street, have decided to retire
from business, and in consequence they
will unload their entire stock at a great
sacrifice In order to vacate their store
room by April 1 This house has an ex
tensive and varied stock. One notice
able feature is their enormous line of
Turkish upholstered goods.any of which
would be an ornament as well as do
proud the finest residences in our
saintly city. Their stock comprises
everything carried by a first-class furni
ture house, and if there is anything in
their line you are needing, you can rest
assured you can purchase it of them at
a bargain.
AH Smoke Paul Morphy Cigars
At Andrew Schoch's, Seventh and
Broadway.
Latest Style of Hair
Goods at Mine. Lewis', No. 22 East Third
street.
Something About Jewels.
The jewels that played or were sup
posed to") such an important part in
"Jim, the Penman," at the opera house
the past week, are not to be compared
in real value— though they were said to
worth 1700,000— t0 the collection that
may be seen at Robert Seeger's, 200
East Seventh street, any day. This
collection is simply an assortment of
gasoline stoves of the famous "Jewel"
patterns. But, if any one doubts their
value, lei him inquire of some lady
who uses a "Jewel," and he will be
convinced in a very few minutes that
every word of this article is the truth.
Mr. Seeger says that "sales are in
creasing, even thus early, to such an
extent that carload lots are disposed of
before they are received at the house."
At the Tivoli
Winter Concert Garden, Bridge square,
this afternoon from 3 to 7 o'clock, there
will be a grand sacred concert by Sei
bert's orchestra. The garden is thor
oughly heated and lighted and hand
somely decorated with rare plants.
There is no pleasanter resort in the
city.
Pianos— Special.
1 am overstocked with fine pianos,
and will offer all this week 25 per cent
off to all purchasers. Call early. S. W.
Raudenbush, 05 East Third street.
Paul Morphy Cigars at Schoch's .
Schoch, the leading grocer, makes a
specialty in Paul Morphy cigars.
' O. S. Silberman"
Will remove on March 1 to 13 East
Seventh street.
Verbnm Sat Sapient i!
You save from 25 cents to $2 on
every pair of line shoes by buying them
at the J. * E. Shoe Store, 252 East
Seventh street. Uptown goods at Lower
town prices.
Last Call on Statuary.
Your choice for $1 till Monday noon,
when we move to 21 West Third street,
Bridge square. North Star Seed Store,
Fourth and Robert streets.
Four Very Creditable Pastels
Have been made the past week by the
Edgar B. Smith Portrait Co. They were
all full length and life size. One subject
was the little girl. Cap.. Hays'; another
was a likeness of W. A. Miller's small
girl, and the third of Or. Little's little
girl, and one of the small boy of T. X
Palmer. -~
A New Jewelry House.
M. Albrecht, the popular jeweler, for
merly at 107 East Third, i. now located
at 353 East Seventh street, where
he has fitted up a handsome
store and filled it with one of
the choicest. best assorted and
most attractive stocks of jewelry, sil
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: SUNDAY MOENESTO. FiEIDJ^UAET 20, 1888.-— SIXTEEN PAGES.
verware, clocks, etc., in the city. Mr.
Albrecht proposes to maintain his repu
tation in the new place as an expert in
repairing fine watches, and this he will
doubtless do.
Pine Ci-iurs at Fetsch's.
Smokers in want of line (years should
go to Adam Fetsch's.
Where to Buy \Vnulkeni>haHts.
The J. & F. Shoe Store, between
Rosabel and Wacouta, are selling fine
men's waulkenphasts at 13.50 and $:>.
A full line of ladies' and gents' fine
footwear in all styles and lowest prices.
At the Tivoli
Winter Concert Garden, Bridge square,
this afternoon from 8 to 7 o'clock, there
will be a grand sacred concert by Sei
bert's orchestra. This garden is thor
oughly heated and lighted and hand
somely decorated with rare plants.
There is no pleasanter resort in the
city.
All Can Be Suited at. Fetsch's.
If you are not pleased with your
Cigars, go to Adam Fetsch's and be
suited.
Dr. AY. "W. Sob 'ft man, Dentist,
Has removed to 3-J Mannheimer block.
H. Swift <"- Sons
Have just received another car of fancy
Messina oranges and lemons, guaranteed
free from frost also, a large stock of
new Fan! and Persian dates. 124 East
Third street., St. Paul.
After March 1
Pease Bros, will be located in their new
quarters at the southwest corner of
Third and Robert streets. .
"Do You Think It Will Pay?"
Echo answered: '-It will pay." They
had been talking about going down to
the J. & F. Shoe Store to buy their shoes
this spring. J. &F. have uptown goods
at down town prices. ...
The Greatest Railway Route.
There is no route so handsomely
equipped for passenger service as "The
Royal Route," Chicago, St. Paul, Min
neapolis & Omaha railway : and the Min
neapolis, St. Paul and Chicago trains
over "The Royal Route" have a better
record for reaching either end of their
run on time than those of any other
route in the country. All well posted
travelers between the Twin Cities and
Chicago take this route— particularly
favoring the fast night express, which
carries the finest sleeping cars ever
built, and rivals in some respects the
famous vestibuled cars. Two of these
celebrated sleepers leave each night
(one from Minneapolis and one from St.
Paul) for Chicago, the third sleeper on
the train going to Milwaukee.
Take a look at this train leaving
Union depot and note its patronage to
the exclusion of others.
For leaving and arriving time of all
trains over "The Royal Route" see time
table in this paper.
1888! Go to Oliver Baker
For new spring carpets, draperies ami
wall paper. 417 and 410 Wabasha street,
St. Paul.
DIED.
GOOCH— In St. Paul, Feb. '_-, infant son of
Charles E. and .Mary i*. Gooeh. Chicago
papers please copy.
LOUGfIUN— In St. Paul, on the 25th inst.,
after a short illness. Miss Kate Loughlin.
CHRIST— In St. Paul, at residence, 310 Con
cord street, Catherine 8., beloved '.wife of
Anthony Christ. Koike of funeral in
Monday' 8 paper.
FOR FUNERALS— Curriages for $2 and
hearse $3. E. W. Shirks livery stable, 284
East Ninth street, corner Rosabel street.
A_¥A*UIJ-IC*__»l-BlM*rß
-*T"O ALL, UNION STONKCUTTKKS:
-L . All members of the St. Paul Journey
men Stonecutters' association are requested
to attend a special meeting at Lauer s ball,
Tuesday evening, Feb. 27, 1888. Business
of special importance.
OTIC** IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 1
will received sealed hid-, until 2 p. m.
Monday, March 5, 1888, for all the stock,
tools, aud personal property of the St. Paul
Stone company, located at No. 533 Wabasha
St., St. Paul, Minn. Each bidder will be re
quired to inclose with his bid a certified
check for fifty (50) per cent of the amount
bid. The right to reject any or all bids is re
served. A full list of all the property to
be sold will be furnished any one on applica
tion at my office, 154 East* Third si. S. P.
Spates, receiver St. Paul Stone company.
HA i J_L'.llß__K COMPANY, 3SU ST.
Peter street.
V I' DnVAI BAKINO T_
V t nUTAU powder i
fcfi_***"______22*!i__
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies, A marvel
of purity, strength and wholesomeness,
More economical than the ordinary
kinds, and cannot be sold in competition
with the multitude of low test, short
weight alum or phosphate powders.
Sold only in cans. Royal Baking
Powder Co., 100 Wall street, -Tew York.
__Mira>_____-E-iTB- \
OLYMPIC THEATER.
Seventh Street. Near Jackson.
Pat Conley, Prop. Edwin P. Hilton, Man.
Feb. 27, and nightly all the week.
"THE LAUGHING BOOM COMMENCES!"
Special engagement of
SHEEHAN & COYNE'S
NEW YORK SPECIALTY CO.,
Headed by those master minds of comedy
JOHN SHEEHAN AND M. J. COYNE!
And a list of artists, worthy to associate
with them in a great Olio and
the Roaring Irish comedy
GROGAN'S NEW HOME.
, Prices, 10c, 25c, 35c, 50c and SI.
THE
GETTYSBURG
WAR PANORAMA !
Cor. Sixth and St. Peter Sts., St. Paul.
PROF. R. H. EVANS' SCHOOL
• FOIt r
D_f___***TOl*_NTC_3- 1
Cor. Tenth and St. Peter streets. New class
for Ladies and Gentlemen, beginners, com
mence soon. For further particulars. inquire
at the Academy. Private instructions given.
Office hours, 2 to S p. in.
NOYES BROS. & CUTLER,
Importers and
■ -•.-■' . ■
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS I
68 and 70 Siblej street, corner Fifth,
M. PAUI* _ _ • • IG_.B
-.XVBEn-B-VTS*
Grand Opera House.
MANAGER, - MR. L. N. SCOTT.
One Week. Commencing Monday, Feb, 27, ONLY MATINEE SAT
URDAY, the famous Comedienne
Mrs. McKEE RANKIN
NEE KITTIES BLANCHARD,
And the Strongest Comedy Company Ever Organized.
HUG S^^ , ' LL
ME^^^^^S RAISE
JACK; X «*§¥s YOU A 1 ,
m /» ALL
UG mffiffi I'VE
ME! W***- GOT.
IN THE ONE BIG COMEDY HIT OF THE YEAR,
By Clay Greene, Esq., author "M'liss," -'Forgiven,"' "My Sweetheart,"
etc., entitled
TIE GOLDEN GIT MINE."
The entire production under the direction of the proprietor and manager.
MR. HENRY C. MINER.
JUST MAKE UP YOUR MIND
To Visit a Reliable House Like
SATTLER BROS.,
And you will surprise yourself by not paying* more than
you would at many houses for clothing which is anything
but reliable. We are dead on the mark every time with de
sirable, durable and honest material at a low price, and we
serve you faithfully and well, day in and day out.
JXJST 2SrO"W"
We are having our Winter Mark-Down Sale. All heavy
goods are reduced and we can assure you there are no bet
ter bargains in existence than these now offered at our
Clearing Sale.
SATTLER BROS.,
The Popular Clothiers,
91 East Third Street, St. Paul.
RANSOM & ! .TON,
WILL RE-OPEN^ - 1
, .* -.■■'.■, :v*;:\^v) ■ f
Saturday, Feb, 25, with a com
plete line of
IN
SPRING SHADES.
Sole Agents for
Christy English Hats.
AND
KNOX NEW YORK HATS.
RANSOM & HORTON.
ASK YOUR GROCER OR DRUGGIST
yon
Lemon Sour
(Nerve Food).
An elegant, delicious flavor; a non
alcoholic, Temperance Beverage.
Fnll line of Carbonated Beverages,
Mineral Waters, Ale, Beer, Porter,
Etc.
Till. ST. PAUL
BOTTLING WORKS!
303 Sherman Street.
Telephone »19-2.
Donaldson, Ogden & Co.
Headquarters for Fine
DINNER SETS
Jobbers of Crockery, Lamp Goods, Cut
lery and Plated Wars. - :..:•. :_•-.:
397, 399 401 Sibley St., Cor. 6th.
m L C EFUN E S ALVEqj
1 - i - i i : '
ft. positive cure lor via Ulcers aud Sores ot ;
every name and description, no matter how*
many years standing. This is the heavy
artillery of salves for Sores of long standiug.
Cures, also, Chilblains, Bums, Cuts, Felons,
•Scalds, Frost Bites, &c. j* /~\ *.
All genuine bears this^Ty frVjJj fill
signature. f^JrY^'o/r*// S
ST^PAUL. mxN.(y yjuggiat & chemW 1
WATONWAN VALLEY STOCK
FARM, importers of Clydesdale.English
Shire and Cleveland Bay Stallions; 40
Stallions for sale; very low figures.
Garden City, Blue Earth Co., Minn. St
Paul office. 201 Eagle street.
& BROS.,
l>l-Al.i:_CS IN
FINE ART
Gas Fixtures!
86 East Third Street,
And 16 Second Avenue West, Duluth.
STORAGE
Household Goods.
STORAGE
Buggies, Carriages and Sleighs.
STORAGE
Car Lots a specialty. Track into build
ing.
C. B. THURSTON,
201, 203, 205 Eagle Sires',
Telephone Call 544-3. ST. PAH-L.
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY.
R. O. DUN & CO.
For the Promotion and Protection of
g Trade and Collection of Debts.
Branch Offices in all the Principal Cities
h" '■' of America and Europe.
Our Special Reports the Standard Au
thority on Credits.
REFERENCE BOOKS ISSUED QUAKTERIjY.
Issue Daily the only correct and com
it plete list of Business Changes, Fail
ures, etc. Our collection department
affords the very best facilities for the
collection of past due debts. Collec
tions guaranteed. For further par
ticulars apply at office, Drake
Block, St. Paul.
J. J. CORCORAN, Manager
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Cullo!****' Painless Method of
Tooth Extraction.
_Tl*Lil_il"N'o / ©x, U*_p.
COR. SEVENTH and WABASHA, ST. PAUL.
__» _„ „_. and houses greet the eyes
nOOinS Of die folks who aUvcrUw
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COLORS FOR COLORS FOR faille fr anc Ailli
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AND SURAHS. AND SURAHS. faille francaise;!"
Electric Apple Lilac Gobelin! Antique I faille francaise!
Navy I Sapphire! Dov 2! Cream I Serpent! faille franc use!
Peruche! Drab! Peacock ! Brown I Pink ! faille FßANC^isi!
Terra Cotta ! Myrtle! Black! faille francais
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SATIN RHADAMES at $1.25 & $1.50 Per Yard, ______ {glial
High Grades of Black Surah at $1.25 and $1.50. 11l lliilj
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TRIMMINGS! New! New! New! New! New! TRIMMINGS! ||Jl{| an! i\W\
TRIMMIK6S ! _ , . .TRIMMINGS! faille franc
trimmings ! Passamentenes and trimmings ! faille francaise.
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TRIMMINGS ! D nnif i Trimmmn* TRIMMINGS! SUBS . *.!a^ :is :
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HIGH NOVELTIES ! Black and the meat ex- faille fHanclisel
haustive line of colors. flifefcl I^caisl!
Passamentems from 25c to upwards to $10 per yard, faille franca!!!!
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WE CAN MATCH ANY OF THE NEW SHADES ! E_g__ !__§_____;
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tSISSSSSSS Steel Gilt ! Steel Gift I T.iIMMINGS! faille francaisel
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TRIMMINGS! PAQOAMENTEQIEQ ! TRIMMINGS! faille francaise
TRIMMINGS! rAOOAmtNl tlt.tO 1 TRIMMINGS! S_ffiSgSg{a|
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Moire Ribbons to Match any Color! £454^ 154-MS AISEI
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NtIfeDRESS GOODS! NtW faille francaise!
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We carry this season a larger stock of faille francaise!
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FINE DRESS GOODS fill!
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Than ever before imported. flilll francaisli
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Prices Guaranteed! See Our Exclusive Novelties ! .__^____B____
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Our French Sateens iiiiia
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Have Finally Arrived. Prices much lower faille francaise'
than they can be sold at 30 days hence. faille francaisei
We advise purchasing now. fjgg| Eli . S! ■•> l H\
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New Spring Wraps Hill
ARRIVING DAILY. faille francaisel
ARRIVINC DAILY. faille francaisei
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New Hosiery ! New Corsets ! New Underwear ! Ii8_llil!l
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MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT OF faille FraNCailel
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HAMBURG EMBROIDERIES ! 11111
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N. W. Corner Seventh and Jackson Sts., Si
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