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God gives every bird its food, but
ioes not throw it into the nest.
Among the books that have helped
them, pugilists always enumerate the
The man who has'worked himself
up in this world is always- the hardest
?n those beneath him* ^-Judge:
An exchange says "there are- Coo-
many humorists." Mistake.- There-
sire too many pretended huouorasts.
All men are born free and- equal,
according to law but all of thorn* do
aot stay that way.N. 0. Picayune:
A good many of the people who
are settling in Canada are those who
have neglected to do any settling ore*
Nothing will make a healthy man
iired quicker than reading along list
D! rules for good health. Martha1s
An Atchison (Kas.) woman did a
big washing the other day, cooked
Sinner and whipped a child, and then
fell dead from over-exertion.
If the world were willing to accept
most men at their own valuation it
would have to go into voluntary bank
ruptcy in a fortnightSomerville
We sleep, but the loom of life
never stops and the pattern which
Was weaving when the sun wont
down, is weaving when it comes up
The woman who shows her love
of admiration has not been spoiled by
Battery. Oaly the spoiled girls take
it as a matter of course.Philadelphia
The man who borrows one dollar
from you and neglects to return it is
often thought to have a poor memory,
when, in fact* the man is poor, and
not the memory.
There once was a lover named Bogg,
With a voice like that of a frogg,
Neath her window he'd ling
Erpf ev'nings and sing
Till his trousers were chawed by the dogg.
N. Y. Star.
The habit of studying before pro
ceeding is co-existent with the neces
sity of considering before acting and
a man who is reticent concerning one
half of his thoughts is not communi
cative about the other half.
The men who get through the
most work are those who never seem
to be busy, while those who have a
morbid habit of being busy and never
have a moment's leisure are the
worst of time-wasters.
Take care of the truth, and the
Brrors will take care of themselves.
5Tou may destroy a hundred heresies,
and yet not establish a single truth.
But you may, by establishing a single
truth, put to flight with one blow a
hundred heresies.Dean Stanley.
In civilized society, external ad
vantages make us more respected. A
man with a good coat upon his back
meets with a better reception than he
who has a bad oue. You may analyze
this and say, what is there in it? But
that will avail you nothing, for it is a
part of the general system. &rf
ABSURDITIES OF LIFE.
Foolish Things of Which N Sensible
Person Would Guilty
It is absurd
Not to go to bed when you are
sleepy because it is not a certain hour.
To stand in water up to your knees
fishing for trout, when you can buy
them in a clean, dry market.
Men committing suicide to get rid
of a short life and its evils, which
must necessarily terminate in a few
years, and thus entering upon one
which is to last forever, and the evils
of which they do not seem to take the
wisest method of avoiding^
People of exquisite sensibility, who
can not bear to see an animal put to
death, showing the utmost attention
to the variety and abundance of their
To buy a horse from a near relation
and believe every word he says in
praise of the animal he is desirous to
The perpetual struggle of affecta
tion to pass for an oddity.
To send your son to travel into for
eign countries ignorant of the history,
constitution and manners and lan
guage of his own.
To tell a person from whom yon so
licit a loan of money that you are in
want of it
That any man should despair of suc
cess in a world so overstocked with
That when a man is indebted to you
for a large sum of money, and has no
means in his possession, or in pros
pect of paying you, it being utterly
impossible for him to earn it by his
own industry, you immure him in
To be passionate in your family and
expect them to be placid.
To take offense at the address or
carriage of any man with whose mind
and conduct we are unacquainted.
To laugh at the appearance and
manners of foreigners, to whom we
must appear equally ridiculous.
To occupy the attention of a large
company by the recital of an occur
rance interesting to yourself alone.
First Railroad in Morocco'
The Belgian Embassy which recent
ly visited the Sultan of Morocco at
Mequinez presented that barbaric
monarch with the first railroad ever
seen in his dominions. It was only a
miniature affair, which had been
brought overlaud from Tangier on the
backs of mules and camels but a
railroad's a railroad for a' that* and
it was with the liveliest interest that
the Sultan witnessed the first trip of
the tiny locomotive and its one car on
the track laid for them outside the
walls of the capital. From suoh a
small beginning -it is hoped that in
time a Morocco railway system may
be developed. Illustrated Weekly.
Stout Wife to Invalid HusbandTo
morrow is my birth-day, Charles ainH
you going to buy me a nice, handsome
Emaciated HusbandWhat color do
you prefer, my dear?
Stout WifeWhite and black,
Charlie. You know yourhealth is so
very precarious just now.Texa$ Sift-
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And a knowledge of the
WANTS of the PUBLIC.
All new and fresh, made for this season's trade
NO SHOODY! NO TRASH!
But Good, Honest, Reliable Goods,
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31 and 33 WASHINGTON AVENUE SOUTH.
P. The Combination Eulers are the greatest craze ever started. All thel
schoolboys will have one soon, at the rate they are going off. These beautifu
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and Children's Department of the value of
I E OLSON & CO..
Importers, Jobbers and Retailers of
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!
And all kindred Merchandise.
THE PEOPLES' FAVORITE RESORT
THE CHIEF BARGAIN HOUSE OF THE WEST
213 & 21& NICOLLET AV., MINNEAPOLIS.
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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.
Man Order Department. 27. Wholesale.
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213 and 215 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis.
ROOM I W4, IHM)IPII( ywiUI, MINNKAPOUfll
ST. PAUL PEOPLE'S THEATRE,
Cor. Sixth and Franklin Sts.lfe~
C. J. WILSON MANAGER.
L. W. WA&J^.
FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY JULY 2
i##' THE FINEST.
West of New York 'city in the one act
Comedietta, "Uncle Will" and
t POPULAB PEICES
Prces: 20c., 35c, 50c. and 75 cents.
W. E. STEELING MANAGER.
THEO. L. HAYS. TREASURER.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday even
ings, the Deshon Star Opera
Thursday, Friday and Satvrday even
ings, the Charming Opera
Tuesday Grand Tuesday
and Family and
Saturday Matinees Oatmdw-y
Prices 10, 20, 30 and 50 cents.
Matinees 10, 20 and 30 cents.
THE TAILOR MAKES THE MAN!
Fashonable Tailoring at Moderate
We open this season with a larger line
than ever of
DOMESTIC & IMPORTED
CASSIMERS, CLOTHS, SERGES,
WORSTEDS, FLANNELS, &C.
Scotch and Irish Tweed Suitings
IN THE COUNTRY.
Business Suits to order
21 EAST THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL ,MINN.
or The Grand
No. aaos, G, u. o. of o. F.
253, NICOLLET AVENUE,
Minneapolis, Minnesota. Vjft^l
I We are still ahead of
all our competitors in
showing the most com
plete line of Hats, Gaps,
Furnishing goods, Um
brellas and Canes.
Call to see goods and
learn prices before pur
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*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 Gents.
Lawn Ties 10c Dozen.
fi@~See Our Fifty Cent Night Shirt!
Pannell & Bailie.
412 Jackson Street, St. Paul.
THE SAVINGS BANK OF ST. PAUL.
Rice BJock, 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 $20 we win printa ten-line adver.
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219 Third St. S. Minnapolis.
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.
S^-BOARDING BY DAY OR WEEK.@fir
MRS. GEO. WILLIAMS, Prep.
No. 219 Third St. S. Minneapolis.
Shaving and Haircutting Parlors.
401 Washington Ave. S. Minneapolis.
Ladies and childrens hair
cutting a specialty.
ELEGANT BATH BOOMS I N CONNECTION.
H. L. Vinegar, Prop.
Successor to Waddle & Norris.
FOB SALE OR MADE
Calls made to Residences when desired
tSF' Full line of Masquerade, Mourning,
Wedding and Fancy Costumes for rent.
iv 47. EAST THIRD STREET.
Reliable Outfitters ior the male sex. Largest and Fin
est Outfitting House in the West established in 1870.
Honest Goods at Honest Prices and 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 ns, every garment we sell being warranted to
give good wear for the price paid for it or money re
funded. We reter to any of our customers regarding'
our responsibility and square dealing. Boy's aud
Children's Clothing a Specialty.
People living away from St. Paul can buy from us as
cheaply and as easily as though 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 you not a penny unless the goods please and you
FREEOUR ELEGANT PRICE-LIST, RULES FOR SELV
MEASUREMENT AND FASHION PLATE SENT TO ANY ADDRESS.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL OUT-OF-TOWN URADE^
Boston One Price Clotting-House,
Cor. Third and Robert Streets,
JOS. McKEY, &Co.
The Finest Clothing House in the West
We, have FINE NEW LINES OP
GOODS throughout, haviug cleaned out all OLD
STOCK. Our prices are as low as First Quality Goods 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
your house up from cellar to garret. We make a speciality 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 as a call, as it is a*
trouble to shew goods.
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OPPOSITE CITY 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. Wednesdav eyening
prayer meeting, 8 p. in. Fridav even
ing c.ass, 8:00 p. in. Rev. John M.
Henderson, Pastor, residence, 173
Char.es street. Davs for pastorial visits
Monday and Tuesday. Days at home
Wednesday and Thursdav. Weddings,
funeials and the sick, promptly attend
ed to upon notice.
SO W Thi rd Street, St. Paul.
Residence: No 386 Sherman
Telephone Calls: m
I Residence, 63-2.
Ko. 448 Jackson Street.
15-CMM5 MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
First Class In Every Particular.
Cheapest and Best Restaurant In The City!
C. M. White Prop.
& Gas Fixtures.
Sanitary Plumbing, Drainage and
14 W Third Street, St. Paul.
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