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PERSONAL AND LITERARY.
Bret Harte is said to be making
'rom $7,000 to $10,000 a year in Lon
William O'Brien, the Irish leader,
lays that "journalists are the watch
logs of civilization."
Mr. Ruskin has written sixty-foui?
books, and his annual receipts from
ais publisher reach $20,000.
The German daily newspaper hav
ing the largest circulation in the-world
is publised in New York, not in Ger
A French translation of "Dr. Jekyll
uid Mr. Hyde has been made which
Is commended by Mr. Stevenson. It
will appear in a French review, and
later in book form.
It is noted of a certain Canadian
newspaper that all its editorial page
is devoted to Canadian topics, except
the humorous column, which is made
up from American papers.
Miss Amelie Rives, the Virginia
novelist, has, says the Atlanta Con
stitution, been offered $30,000 by a
New York publishing house for a
novel. This is the largest offer ever
received by an American author.
Lord Salisbury, Premier of En
gland, who was formerly a working
journalist, is always as courteous as
his position will allow to newspaper
men, and frequently incloses news to
men who were formerly his co-labor
Mr. Campbell Clarke, the accom
plished and successful corresponded
of the London Daily Telegraph at Paris,
was for eighteen years a librarian at
the British Museum. Then he was
made at an hour's notice musical
critic of the Telegraph, and afterwards
was sent to Paris.
Donald G. Mitchell, the author,
who is better known as "Ike Marvel,"
lives quietly on his farm at Edgewood,
Conn., and looks for all the world like
a little old Scotch farmer or gardener.
He is now sixty. He has a comfortable
l'evenue from his published books, and
is enabled to live in comfort withoul
tiring hand or brain.
Paschal Porter, the wonderfu]
child revivalist of Indiana, who is now
only eleA'en years old, recently
preached a sermon in the Baptisl
church at Williamstown, Ky., that as
tonished every body who heard it
The pastor of the church says that he
has read sermons on the same subject
delivered by the ablest preachers, bul
not one of them could compare ir
power or in elegance of diction witl
the boy's exhortation.
At seventy-six Mr. Browning does
not look to be much more than forty,
nor act so. He goes everywhere and
sees eveiy thing. Within a few days
he went to the funeral of Matthew
Arnold, to the Academy, to Grosvenoi
and the New, to say nothing or num
berless "At Homes." Mr. Browning
has no affections. Unlike his friend
and contemporary. Lord Tennyson, i
slouch hat and long clpak in som
country "palace of art" have nc
charms for him. London, the city oi
his birth, is his favorite dwelling
place, although ho will probably be
buried by the side of his wife in th
In KentuckyRunaway Couple
Minister"Will you join us?" Min
ister" Thank I don't care if I do."
Jinks has been out the night be
fore, and is late at his desk. Em
ployer (sternly)"Well, Jinks!" "No!
very, sir."Toronto Empire.
Men who make letters a professior
are advised to walk a good deal. Let
ter carriers, however, do not need thit
admonition. Texas Siftings.
Dry-goods Clerk"Willyou need
any midnight yarns, madam?" Cus
tomer "No my husband goes to th
lodge every night in the week."Be
tioit Free Press.
"Don't call me 'Ducky,' John,"
said a fat bride to her husband. "It's
too suggestive." "Why precious?':
"Because ducks always waddle, you
Eight days, it is said, are required
to cut a diamond, but after a young
lady gets the diamond it does not takt
her more than three days to cut hei
poor acquaintances.Mocking Bird.
None of your sauce to me, miss,"
said the man who nuist have his little
joke, with an assumption of brusque
ness, as the waiter-girl was about tc
place a dish of marmalade beside his
plate at supper.
Examiner (to graduating medical
student)"If you should make amis
take and give a patient an overdose oi
tartar emetic, what would you do?"
Student"Try to buy up the coro
ner. ''Chicago Tribune.
Judge"The witness swears you
stole his coat and have it on. I must,
therefore, find you guilty." Tramp
"Oh, well, your honor, if you're going
to judge a man by the clothes he wears
I s'pose I'll have to give in."tietroil
"Is that your dog, Squildig?'1
"Yes line animal, too. Here, Rover."
whistles vainly for him.) "He
doesn't appear to obey very well."
"Oh, that shows he's a pure breed.
He's a tarrier, you see."Pittsburgh
Brown"You are looking bright
and 'happy this morning, Dumley."
Dumley "Yes I'm out of debt" al
last. Every bill I owed was outlawed
yesterday. I tell you, Brown, a man
feels like a man when he is square with
the world." Y. Sun.
Teacher"So you can't do a
simple sum in arithmetic? Now, let
me explain it to you. Suppose eight
of you have together forty-eight
apples, thirty-two peaches and sixteen
melons, what would each one of you
getP" "Cholera morbus," replied
Bobby had wickedly eaten part of
the preserves on the shelf, and so his
mother shut him in the closet. On let
ting him out she discovered that he
had eaten the rest of the preserves.
Mightily displeased, she asked him
why he had done so. "Because, ma,
Bobby replied, "I heard pa tell one oi
his clients that a person couldn't be
punished twice for the same offence."
Golden Days -'^i
213 & 215 NICOLLET
ROOM I fltt4
The Stupendous Success of
A Result of
And a knowledge of the
WANTS of the PUBLIC.
All new and fresh, made for this season's trade.
NO SHODDY! NO TRASH!
But Honest, Reliable Goods,
That seem to be a revelation to our competitors.
We Invite Comparison
And will stand by the verdict.
31 and 33 WASHINGTON AVENUE SOUTH.
P. S. The Combination Rulers are the greatest craze ever started. All thel
schoolboys will have one soon, at the rate they are going off. These beautifu
presents are given away with every purchase of a Suit of Clothes in our Boy's
and Children's Department of the value of $5 or over.
I E OLSON & CO,
Importeis, Jobbers and Retailers of
DRY COODS! DRY GOODS!
And all kindred Merchandise.
THE PEOPLES' FAVORITE RESORT
THE CHIEF BARGAIN HOUSE OF THE WEST
1. Silks, Velvets and Plushes. 2. Black and
Mourning Dress Goods. 3. Foreign and Amer-
ican Colored Dress Goods. 4. Linings. 5. White
Goods. 6. Wash Dress Fabrics. 7. Flannels,
Cloths and Woolens. 8. Prints. 9. Sheetings
and Colored Cottons. 10. Linens. 11. Hosiery
and Underwear. 12. Men's Furnishing Goods.
13. Laces and Embroideries, 14. Gloves and
Mittens. 15. Ribbons, Trimmings and Buttons.
16. Notions and Jewelry. 17. Parasols and
Umbrellas. 18. Cloaks, Suits and Shawls. 19.
Millinery. 20. Corsets, Skirts and Bustles. 21.
Yarns, Zephyrs and Fancy Work. 22. Carpets,
Oil Cloths, Rugs and Mattings. 23. Curtains,
Draperies and Upholstering. "24. Blankets,
Quilts, Pillows and Feathers. 25. Bazar. 26.
Mail Order Department. 27. Wholesale.
We Have But Two Prices, A Wholesale Price and A Retail Price.
Orders Promptly and Carefully Filled.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Send for Samples.
iA'. ..*#ijV-" ^"s^wJt-jja
S. E. OLSON & CO.
213 and 215 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis.
IgNNIPIN AVENUE, MINNEAPOU*
ST. PAUL PEOPLE'S THEATRE,
Cor. Sixth and Franklin Sts.
C. WILSON MANAGEB.
L. W. WALKER. Bus. MANAGES.
FOR THE WEEK BE6ININ6 MONDAY JUNE18.
THE FINEST J^!
West of New York city I
'*r\$li i POPULAR PRICES J
Prces: 20c., 35c, 50c. and 75 cents.
W. E. STERLING MANAGER.
THEO. L. HAYS TREASURER.
Tuesday Grand Tuesday
and Family and
Saturday Matinees Saturday
Prices 10. 20, 30 and 50 cents.
Matinees 10, 20 and 30 cents.
THE TAILOR HAKES THE MAN!
Fashonable Tailoring at Moderate
We open this season with a larger line
than ever of
DOMESTIC & IMPORTED
GA6SIMER8, CLOTHS, SEDGES,
WORSTEDS, FLANNELS, &C.
Scotch and Irish Tweed Suitings
IN THE COUNTRY.
Business Suits to order
Trousers Spring Overcoats
21 EAST THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL ,MINN.
For The Grand
No. 2202, IT. O of O.
253, NICOLLET AVENUE,
Minneapolis, Minnesota. $$%
We are still ahead of
all our competitors in
showing the most com
plete line of Hats, Caps,
Furnishing goods. Um
brellas and Canes.
Call to see goods and
learn prices before pur
L. A. Segelbaum.
Sole Agents For The Celebrated
Book of all Diseases,
Cloth & Coid Binding
111Pages, irith Steel KngruTing,
In use 30 years,Special Prescriptions of
an eminent Physician. Sample. Safe and Sure.
Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations.. .25
Worms, Worm Fever, "Worm Colic... .25
Crying Colic, or Teething of Infants .25
Diarrhea of Children orAdults 25
Dysentery. Griping, Bilions Colic... .25
Cholera Morbus, Vomiting 25
Coughs, Cold, Bronchitis
Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache...
Headaches, Sick Headache, Vertigo.
Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach 25
Suppressed or Painful Periods. .25
Wmtis, too Profuse Periods .25
Croup, Cough, Difficult Breathing 25
Salt Bhetun, Erysipelas, Eruptions.. .25
Rheumatism, Rheumatic Pains 25
Fever and Ague, Chills, Malaria SO
Piles. Blind or Bleeding SO
Onhthalmy, or sore, orweak Eyes.. .50
14 10 16
19 Catarrh, acuteorchronicTlnfluenza, .SO
20 Whooping Cough, Violent Coughs.. .50
21 Asthma, Oppressed Breathing 5 0
22 Ear Discharges, Impaired Hearing .SO
23 Scrofula, Enlarged Glands, Swelling .SO
24 General Debility, Phrriral Weakness .50
25 Dropsy, and. Scanty Secretoins SO
26 Sea Sickness, Sickness from Riding .50
27 Kidney Disease 50
28 Nervous Debility, Seminal Weak-
__ ness, or Involuntary Discharges.... 1 .OO
29 Sore Month. Canker 50
3JI Urinary Weakness. Wetting Bed... .SO
31 Painful Periods, with Spasm 5 0
32 Diseases of the Heart. Palpitation 1 .OO
33 Epilepsy, Spasm. St. Vitns' Dance...l.OO
34 Diphtheria, Ulcerated Sore Throat .AO
35 Chronic Congestions- & Eruptions .541
Sold by Drugcists, or sent post paid on receipt of
price.HCMVIIREYS'BEDICINK CO.100 FnltonSt. N.Y.
'24 East Third street.
Largest and most thoroughly equipped
dental establishment west of New York.
We extract from 1 to 30 teeth in three
minutes without pain or danger.
We do the best dental work at lowest
prices, and extract and make more
teeth than all of the dentists in the city
combined. "OPEN EVENINGS." Dr. Hurd
AND ALL COLORS IN
Crush, Stiff And Soft Hats.
Large Assortment Of Fancy,
White and Colored Shirts.
LIGHT WEIGHT UNDERWEAR 50C SUIT.
French Balbriggan 50 Cents.
Lawn Ties 10c Dozen.
^"See Our Fifty Cent Night Shirt!
Pannell & Bailie
412 Jackson Street, St. Paul.
THE SAVINGS BANK OF ST. PAUL.
Rice Block, S. W. Corner of Fifth
and Jackson Streets.
Five per cent, interest paid on time
deposits. Money loaned on improved
city property. Transacts a general
banking business. Capital, $50,000.
Surplus and undivided profits, $20,409.-
38. Open Saturdays from 6 to 7 p. m.
John S. Prince, President. Edward J.
.FOR a check for$20we will printa ten-line adver
tisement In One Million Issues of leading Ameri
can Newspapersandcomplete the work within ten
days. Thisfaat the rate of only one-nfta of a cent
Aline, for 2,000 Circulation I The advertisement
will appear In but a single Issueof any paper, and
consequently will be placed before One Million
different newspaper purchasers or FnrB JtaiioH
READBEs, if it is true, as is sometimes stated, that
every newspaper is looked at by five persons oa
an average. Ten lines will accommodate about75
words, address with copy of Adv. and check, or
send 80cents for Book of 1856 paces.
GEO. P. ROWELL&CO.. losntucBSTnKsw YOBS.
'We have Just Issued a new editionItof our
i Newspaper Advertising." has 25 6
pages, and among lis contents maybe named the
following Lists and Catalogues of Newspapers
DATJWT NEWSPAPERS IN NEW YOEETCITY.
with their Advertising Rates.
DAILY NEWSPAPERS nt CITIES HAVING more
than 150,000 population, omitting all but the best.
than 20/W0population, omitting all but the best.
A SHALL LIST OF NEWSPAPERS IN which to
advertise every Section of the country: being a
choice selection made up with great care, guided
&NE ITEWSPAPERIN A STATE. The best one
tor an advertiser to use If he will use but one.
BARGAINS IN ADVERTISING IN DAILY New*,
papers in many principal cities and towns, a List
which offers peculiar Inducements to some adver
LARGEST CIRCULATIONS. A complete list of
all American papers issuing regularly more than
THE BEST LISTOPLOCALNEWSPAPERS,GOT-
ertng -every town of over
NEWSPAPERS, In which
ed at half price.
5.4T2 TOIiAGE NEWS
PAPERS,in which adver
tisements are Inserted for
42.15a line and appearIn
the whole lotone-half of
Book gent toanyaddresefor THIRTY CENTS.
Books Sent for notice.
BU SAVIN BOOK S O N TRACTS.
CABPENTBY made easy.
219 Third St. S. Miimapolis.
First Glass Accommodations!
Breakfast from 6 a. m. to 9 a. m.
Dinner 12 m. to 2 p.m.
Supper 5:45 to 7:30 p. m.
Competent help employed and
meals served in first class style.
B^BOARDING BY DAY OR WEEK.^^jf
GIVE US'A CALL
MRS. GEO. WILLIAMS, Prep.
No. 219 Third St. S. Minneapolis.
Th E Star,
Shaving and Haircutting Parlors.
401 "Washington Ave. S. Minneapolis.
Ladies and childrens hair
cutting a specialty.
ELEGANT BATH EOOMS I N CONNECTION.
H. L. Vinegar, Prop.
Successor to Waddle & Norris.
T. H. Lyles.
FOR BALK OB MARE
Calls made to Residences when desired
Foil line of Masquerade, Mourning,
Wedding and Fancy Costumes for rent.
47. EAST THIRD STREET,
Reliable Outfitters tor the male sex. Largest and Fin
est Outfitting House in the West established in 1870.
Honest Goods at Honest Prices anj Square Dealing to
wards all One Price to everybody, and that price guar
anteed to be lower than same quality of goods can be
bought for elsewhere. Only the most reliable goods are
sold by us, every garment we sell being warranted to
give good wear for the price paid for it or money re
funded. We reier to any of our customers regarding
onr responsibility and square dealing. Boy's and
Children's Clothing a Specialty.
People living away from St. Paul can buy from us as
cheaply and as easily as thdngh in our store. We cheer
fully send goods on approval to any part of the West,
giving party ordering privilege of examining the same,
It costs yon not a penny unless the goods please and you
FREEOUR ELEGANT PRICE-LIST, RULES FOR SELF
MEASUREMENT AND FASHION PLATE SENT TO ANY ADDRESS
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL OUT-OF-TOWN TRADE.
Boston One Price Clothing-House,
Cor. Third and Robert Streets, ST. PAUL
JOS. McKEY, &Cc.
The Finest Clothing House in the West.
We, have FINE NEW LINES OP
GOODS throughout, having cleaned out all OLD
STOCK. Our prices are as low as First Quality 3ods can
be sold for.
We are Strictly One Priced.
NEXSEN & WILLIAMS.
327, Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis-
207, NICOLLET AVENUE, and 323, WASHINGTON AVENUE, SOUTH.
The Largest Household Goods Establishment West of Chicago. We can fit
.four house up from cellar to garret. We make a npeciality of medium and Low
Priced Geods. People going to house-keeping will do well to give us a call. W*
carry a full line of Second-hand Household Goods, as well as new, and we will
give you Prices that no other house can compete with. Give us a call, as it is n
trouble to show goods.
CHURCH ON MARKET ST.
OPPOSITE CI^Y PARK,
10:30 A.M. 7:30 P.M.
All cordially invited.
St. James A. M. E. church, corner
Fuller and Jay streets. Sabbath ser
vices, 11:00 a. m. Wednesday evening
prayer meeting, 8 p. m. Fridav even
ing cass, 8:00 p. m. Rev. John M.
Henderson, Pastor, residence, 17o
Char.es street. Days for pastorial visits
Monday and Tuesday. Days at home
Wednesday and Thursday. "Weddings,
fnneials and the sick, promptly attend
ed to upon notice.
2 0 W Thirrt Street, St. Paul.
Residence: No 386 Sherman Street.
Telephone Calls: (ffi9j.
I Residence, 63-2.
No. 448 Jackson Street.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
First Class In Every Particular.
Cheapest and Best Restaurant In The City!
CM. White Prop.
W. J. FREANEY.
& Gas Fixtures.
Sanitary Plumbing, Drainage and
14 W. Third Street, St. Paul.