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Specially Reported for the Dally Globe
The delivery of wheat by teams is increas
Shipments of flour yesterday, 3,100
Wheat leceived, 13,900 bushels. No. 1,
87c, No. 2, 82c, No. 3, 67c.
Harry Ives, of St. Louis, formerly of this
city, is town shaking hands with friends.
E Wilson's "stepper" Charley Champ,
Paned off a piusa at the Goodhue county
Fuller & Simpson's shirt factory was bur
glarized Sunday7 and a few dollars stolen
from the tilt.
Charlotte Ihomps on will appear at the
Academy of Music on Monday, Oct. 7, and
will play for four nights.
John Lockhart, injured by a falling plank
last wpek, in the Zenith mill, died from the
eifects of his injuries yesteiday.
The arguments in the Emerson will case
closed yesterday, and the case was given to
his honor Juge Ilea. That case didn't quite
last the century out.
The ladies art loan exhibition at the old
Brigham House on Hennepin avenue, is hav
ing a fine run It will remain open for the
remainder of the week.
The council committee on gas was in ses
sion at the City HaJI yesterday afternoon,
but theie was no business of special import
ance brought before it.
Judge Cooley yesterday ruled that a dog
had no appreciable value in law, and dis
chaiged Roberts, the city dog-killer, who had
been arrested for stealing a puip.
The committees on water woiks, claims,
and roads and budges, were all in session at
the council chamber yesteiday, but transacted
no business of public importance
The Congressional district committee of
the National Greenback party foi the Thud
fjongressional distuct will meet at the oflice
of the Woilanun Thuisday next at 2 o'clock
Ground was bioken yesterday for the four
miles ot watei pipe to be laid in the East
division the piesent fall. It will be well foi,
the contractors te huiry up, as the reign of
Boreas is liable to nip their woik in the bud
Di. Keith (which is postmaster) returned
yesterday forenoon from looking over the
ciops "u West," along the line of the Hast
ings Dakota railway. leports that the
wheat ring is catching it out among the hon
The Minneapolis rifle club will meet for
weekly piactice to day at Adams' giounds at
o'clock sharp All members aie request
ed to be piesent. Th piactice day has been
changed fiom 'Ihiiisday to Tuesday to
oblige those members who could not attend
on that day.
Fied. Hookei, Esq will deliver a lectuie
on "Ihe Aim of Life" at the Y. M. C. A.
parlois Wednesday evening next Last
night, at Osseo, company with Ho
J. Hicks he discoursed on "IheAimof
Deata," as embodied in the Congressional
campaign in this distuct.
The council committee on public grounds
,md buildings yesteiday took steps to have
the sidewalk aiound the city hall so impioved
as to diam the watei into the gutters instead
of flooding the 1 asement. Now whpn the
city council conclude to build the Nicollet
avenue sewei it will be well.
Just as Minnesota is putting off its vernal
leaves and putting on overcoats, the scheme
is revived of completing the new Music
Hall at the coiner ot Hennepin avenue and
Fitth street The new morning daily and
the new Music Hall will probably both come
into existe ice about the same time
The meeting of the central committee of
the Twenty-seventh district, called foi to
monow (Wednesday) at 2 o'clock p. M., has
been postponed until Thuisday next at 2
o'clock p. M., at which time it is hoped the
committee will be on hand promptly, as mat
teis of import will be considered.
Gale & Co.'s office, corner of Washington
and Nicollet avenues, is being remodeled and
fitted up with fine plate glass windows and
thoroughly renovated Here will be found
the headquarters ot the Minneapolis depart
ment of the GLOBE. Send in youi name
foi the GLOBr, at 70 cents a month.
The hve year old daughter of Mr. Gabriel
Moitta, who lives on Nicollet Island, was se
riously injured yesterday afternoon by fill
ing down the aiea in front of John Savory's
saloon on Nicollet Islai d. The child fell a
distance of ten feet, and at 8 o'clock last
evening, was much worse and the doctor has
no hopes of the child's lecoveiy
W. A. Kust and Alex. Kempt, Esqs., of
Eau Ciane, Wis weie in the city yesteiday,
interviewing oui lunJbeimen as to the pio
posed boom below the falls. Messrs. R. and
K. lepiesent the Patent Sheor boom, and are
struggling to put that improved institution
in. No special opposition is being met with
fiom the membeis of the old boom company.
Hon. Hemy G. Hicks and Mr Hookei, of
the firm of Ray & Hooker, weie enlightening
the denizens of Osseo on political topics from
their standpoint last night. That fact may
account foi the unusual display of heavenly
pyrotechnics in that direction last night.
Hicks and Hooker don't thunder their best
very often, but when they do their best they
are liable to illumine the entire horizon with
the electricity of their eloquence. But what
was Hicks doing up theie out of his baili
wick? Don't he know where the boundaries
of the twenty-sixth distuct are
The Good Man's 1 cast.
The GLO BE man is sorely grieved to an
nounce that there is an impious impression
gaining giound among the good people of
this vicinity, that Biothei Scott's yellow
fever, etc barbicue at Cedar Lake, is to be a
first class fiaudthat is, unkind comments
are being made, to the effect that Brothei
Scott postponed his barbecue until all the
yellow fever localities in the South had ad
veitised full treasuries and then put in that
saung clause, "oui own local charities," so
that the Godly Scott family might come in
for the main share in the pioceeds, This is
only given as a vicious rumor. Of course
Mr. Scott will appoint a treasurei out
of the family, and strictly account
for eveiy cent taken, for the flour
and provisions donated, etc. Mr. Scott will
give the he piomptly to these human wolves
who are so vile as to assent that he would
crib a penny out of this giand charity foi
the Scott family. The orphan asylum (to be
oigamzed) at Oak Grove house will, of
comse, come for its share, but as it has
nary an orphan the share will not be large
Give Bi other Scott and the barbecue a
chance, and you will find lhat there is no
lingering of a selfish desire for his own wel
faie this truly good man's heart.
Academy of Music.
To-night will be perfoimed at the Academy
of Music, by Pike's Metropolitan company,
the exciting sensational drama the "Hidden
Hand." Of Miss Johnson's rendition of the
character of Capitola, the news boy, whose
transformation to a spurted and withal
charming young lady is so quickly rendered,
we can only say that it shows a consumma-
tion of her art that proves an almost bound
less power, and presents a picture long to be
remembered by those who witness it.
TH AT NEW PAPER.
5 Wm. W* Eastman, and Plum
mer, are named as the probable proprietors,
all of whom are very respectable gentlemen,
and some cf whom have considerable money,
but none of whom delight to see it swallowed
up by a whirlpool that nevei gives np its dead.
And they do also say that the aforesaid
journal is to be tony and respectable
like its corporatorsthat it is to be edited
by a gentleman from the Eastfrom the
East, mark youable and educated, a schol
ar and a gentleman,. A person of culchaw,
extreme culchaw, probably from New Haven,
may be from Portland, possibly (oh, the
ecstacy of the thought,) j)o%ubly from Bos
ton' That settles it' The other morning
dailies can get ready their carpet bags and
prepare to take a rest.
Those Tetnjteran.ee Missionaries.
The temperance missionaries have re
moved their quarters from the Washington
Avenue M. E church, and will devote their
energies to constructing a man of straw and
demolishing it, in Centenary church duni
the present week. Do not t1
Foi Ladies Only.
Mrs. Barclay Felchi dehveimg a series of
lectures for ladies only at the Tabernacle M.
E. church on Tenth sheet, neai Hennepin
avenue. The lecture yesteiday afternoon
was free I was largely attended, and is
spoken of the highest teims by those who
weie presnt. Th lectures are concerning
matters of vital importance to the amal
sex, and should be heard by all There will
be three moie lecturesto-day, to monow
and Thuisday, at 3 p. M. each day. The
couise foi $1, or 50c single admission.
Tickets for sale it the door.
Democratic (ouuti/ tommittei.
Capt. O C Meiriman, chairman of rhe
late Democratic convention, has appointed
the following county committee for the en
suing year Wm. Lochren, chauman, Matt
Walsh, Corcoran, McFarlane, J.
T. West, Jacob Foell, Baldwin Blown, J.
E. Clementson, R. Durnngton, Henry
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Tuesday and Wednesday, Octooer 1st and 2d.
MISS NELLIE JOHNSON,
Supported by Pike's Diamatic Combination
TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 1st
Mrs South worth's Beautiful Drama, the
WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 2d,
Charles Reade's Pastoral Drama,
The performance to conclude with the Comical
Absurdity of TOODLES.
TicketsGallery 25c Front Ciicle (Gallery)
50c Parqnette and Dress Circle, 75c. Seats
now on sale at Willson's, without extra charge.
-Fot Sale oi JJxchange.
F^st class Flouring Mill, near city, by ROBERT
W. BROWN, 32 Washington avenue south.
Restaurant and fixtuies. Best stand in the city.
Cheap for cash, by ROBERT W. BROWN, 32 Wash
ington avenue south.
Soldiers' Additional Homesteads, in lots to suit
purchasers, by ROBERT W. BRO^ N.
MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
BEDTJCFD BATES TO THE GEEAT
ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION AND FAEEt.
GRANDEST EXPOSITION IN AMERICA.
OPENLNG MOXDAT, SEPTKMEEB 9TH, AND CLOSING
ooTcnrii i-in 1878.
In ordei to mve "~cr en 3 an opportunity to
visit this great LKJ orition and Fair, the
Minneapolis & St. In ms Railway wiU sell round
trip tickets from Minncap JIIS and St. Paul to
St Louis and retu a foi oi_ly $20.00. Sale of
tickets to com me ^e mday, September 9th,
and close Thursday, October 10th, 1878. Re
turn tickets Mill be good i ntil October 15th,
Express passenger trains, with through Pull
man Palace sleepiLg cars to St. Louis, will leave
Minneapolis daily (Satuidajs excepted) at 4 p.
M., leave St Paul, via St. Paul & Sioux City
railroad, at 3 30 P. M, and via St. Paul & Pacific
railroad at 3 p. M. Remember the fare,
ONLY $20.00 FOR THE ROUND TRIP.
Tickets can be purchased, and berths in
sleeping cars secured, at the foUowing places
Minneapolis, at No 8 Washington avenue,
W. G. Telfor, Age. 1, also at St. Paul & Pacific
Depot. St. Paul, at 1*6 Ihird street, Geo. H.
CHAS. F. HATCH, Gmoral Manager.
A. H. BODE Coneial Passenger Agent.
HOLLY FTOUIUNG MILLS,
W. ttlNKLE & CO.,
Successors to W F. Cahill & Co.,
Manufacturers of "Gold Dust," "Hoar Frost,"
'Crystal Floss," "Climax," "Inland," "Clear
Grit," and other brands of Flour.
the What They Talh NoWLooK Out for
Man from Boston.
And now comes the report that the efforts
for the new morning daily in this city are
liable to result the birth of a sickly sort
of an infant which will linger along with
dyspepsia, and a bad cold* and chillblains,
and corns on its toes foi a *ew wary months,
and then perish as of old. They do say,
however, that David is to be kept in the
back ground. That is, his name will
not be mentioned, as it is feared that it has
a bad influence on the public. John De
that church realize that they are bringing
contempt not only on their temple of wor
ship, but upon a good cause, by allowing a
pair of nameless adventurers to enter their
sanctuary and belch mea ingless platitudes
at the public therefrom' Wh is this "gen
eral" that cannot tell what military com
mand he had? Did anybody ever see this
these men from? What kind of
credentials have they? Do they
ask for money for their services? How
many different stories have they told about
their history since their arrival in Minneap
The GLOBE has no disposition to do either
of them injustice, and if they are honest men
and smceie reformcis will aid them any
legitimate manner in a legitimate temper
ance woik. But if they are pietenders the
sooner they aie found out the betttr. It
these men have any ciedentials let them be
produced and exhibited to the religious men
and women who are encouraging them.
Meantime the GLOBE will gladly publish any
facts which these gentlemen may be able to
give about themselves which will help the
people to know who they aie.
The undersigned desire in this public
manner to return their most sincere and
hearty thanks to the Masonic order, the Odd
Fellows, Knights of Pythias, Workingmen,
and all the other societies who so kindly at
tended and aided the funeial obsequies of
the late Di C. Blecken. Also to the
speakers who uttered woids of sympathy
and consolation at the desolate home and by
the open giave, and especially to Drs. Sauls
bury and Ortman, who lendeied the depart
ed medical sei vices, and to Mr Louis C.
Mueller, who was sleepless in his attentions
during the last mournful days. May oui
sad experience be always foieign to these
kmd friends, is the wish of
B. L. BLEOKEN.
Minneapolis, Sept. 30, 1878
Tfie Verdens Ganq
Is the best advertising medium, in the Scandinavian
anguage in the northwest All kinds of Scandina
vian job printing cheap. Office, 24 Bridge square.
CHILSTROM & COUILLABD,
Attorneys at Law. Collections a Specialty.
Office No. 32 Wash. Ave* 8 Minneapolis, Minn
Joe Wolf was fined $7.50 yesterday on a
charge of assault and battery.
The Turners are lepairrag the old red barn
on First avenue for a Turners' hall.
Work on the levee commenced yesterday
morning, and will be pushed forward rap
Rev. Mr. Klepper and family left yes
teiday for Albert Lea, his new field of
The Isaac Staples returned Sunday from
Coon's slough, bringing with her a barge of
The Nellie Kent yesterday brought from
Prescott 3,100 bushels of wheat for New
York, via Duluth
Durant, Wheeler & Co. last week sold two
rafts of logs, one to the Burlington lumber
company, and one to Wells, Gardiner & Co.
St. Paul & Duluth road yesterday shipped
seven cars of lumber to St. Paul and eleven
cars of wheat and seven cars of flour to
At 5 o'clock yesterday morning five wheat
stacks, owned by John Kophn, who lives be
yond the Rutherford settlement, were struck
by lightning and burned to the ground.
P. Kelley, who had his jaw fractured by
the explosion Saturday is recoveimg slowly.
Adams, McArdel and Keefe, whose injuries
were slight, will be around again in a short
The proceeds of the entertainment given
by the Pike troupe last evening weie gener
ously donated to the wife of Mr Jaquish,
who died of internal injuries received at the
Although impossible as yet to estimate
the damage the foundry bmluing sustained
by the explosion, it is more serious than
was at fiist apprehended. It will take about
two Weeks to repair it.
A couple of pugihstically inclined Germans
unsettled a misundeistanding between them
yesterday by the aid of glasses and "sich."
Blood flowed freely, but did not appear to
adjust matters worth a cent.
We did expect some future day to see
Gov. Neptune the king of the running
horses, but now to think of him trotting at
Qumcy. 'TI too bad. But the Stillwater
conespondent of the F. P. says he did, and
it must be so.
The flooi in the end of the Butlei ware
house, used by the Stillwater Mills foi storing
bran and shorts, caved Sunday morning,
letting the bran and shorts into the basement
Woikmen are engaged hauhrig and storing
the bran and shorts the Rice waiehouse.
Mr. Jaquish, one of the men injured by
the foundry explosion, died Saturday night
at a quaiter past 10 o'clock, of internal in
juries received. His funeral took place at
2 o'clock Sunday. The deceased leaves a
wife and five small children in destituie
Wolf's brewery team ran away yesterday
morning, breaking the leg of the driver,
Albeit Drewke. Drewke was getting on the
wagon, when the team started and ran
through the arch under the Rock building.
He clung to the lems, and the wagon strik
ing against one ot the half closed gates, was
thrown to one side, striking and breaking
his leg above the knee. will be confined
to his bed for five or six weeks.
MONEY AND TRADE.
Money and Stocks. NEW YOBK, Sept 30.
Gold steady at 100%.
Carrying rates flat, per cent.
Borrowing rites flat.
Bar silver here are 113 in greenbacks 112J4 in
gold Subsidiary com J4@l per cent, discount.
Silver bar at London 51% pence per ounce.
Governments active and hrm.
Railroad bonds generaUv strong and higher.
State securities dull.
The stc ok market was rather weak at the opening,
when pncs declined x8 to y* per cent, in the general
list Subsequently, however, a firmer tone prevailed
and an advance of \i to ls 8 per cent, Pittsburgh,
Illinois Central, Lake Shore, and Pacihc Mail leading
in the upward movement. At second call the mar
ket was weak again at a reaction of te 1*8 per
cent., the latter in Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
The low priced shaies are attracting more attention,
and speculation in them steadily increasing. Granger
shares are irregular on a much narrower fluctuation
than of late The market was heavy and low towards
the close, the decline from the highest point ranging
from to 1\ per cent. Delaware, Lackawanna &.
Western, Noithwestern, Lake Shore, St. Paul, and
Michigan Central were the most conspicuous in the
downward movement The chief reason for the de
cline were sales to realize and the increased activity
money. Ene was naturally strong, advancing un
der bnsk purchases fiom 13J4 to 14, closing at 13^
At the close transactions aggregated 172,000 shares,
of which5,000 were Erie, 35,000 Lake Shore, 4,000
Wabash, 31,000 Northwestern common, 25,000 North
western pieferred, 14,000 St. Paul common, 6,000
St. Paid preferree, 4,000 Pittsbmgh 20,000 Lacka
wanna, 4,000 Michigan Central, 1,700 Illinois Cen
tial, 26,000 Union Pacific, 5,000 Western Union, and
7,000 Pacifac Mail
Money 2@5 per cent.
Prime mercantile papei 4@5 per cent
The assistant treasurer disbursed $34d,00P.
Sterling, long 81, short 85.
The following were the closing quotations
Coupons, '81 1073.
Coupons, 65, new 102 i
Coupons, '67 105J
Coupons, '68 107J4
New 5s 105
New 4^8, coupons 103lA
New 4 per cents 10078
10-40s, regular 106
Currency 6s 119$1
Western Union Tel 97
Quicksilver preferred 33
Pacihc Mail 18'8
Mariposa preferred 3
Nonhwestern pf 713
O. C. C. & I. 32%
New Jersey Central 36ys
Rock Island 118V4
Mil. & St. Paul 31%
Mil. & St. Paul pfd 67%
Fort Wayne. 98
Terre Haute 1%
Terre Haute pfd 103
Chicago &, Alton. 83
Chicago & Alton pfd.101%
Ohio & Mississippi
D. L. & W
A. & P. Telegraph
C. B. &
Hannibal & St Jo.
C. P. bonds
U. P. bonds.
P. land grant
Adams Express 106
Wells & Fargo 94Vi
United States 49
New York Central 113%
Ene preferred 28x8
Michigan Central 71
Umon Pacific stock. 63?8
Lake Shore 68%
Illinois Central. 82%
Cleveland & Pittsburg 84
Tennessee 6s, old 33%.Virginia 6s, new
Tennessee 6s, new. 31% Missouri 6s.
Virginia 6s, old 24
106% 106% 107% 100
Foreign Money Market.
LONDOK, Sept. 305 p. M.
"Vloaey 9413-16 Aocount ...94 13-16
UNITED STATES SECUBITTES.
New 4% coupons 106
5-20s, '67 107%
New 58 108^,
Erie preferred 31
Illinois Central 84
Pennsylvania Cent'rl 35%
PABIS, Sept. 30.
Markets in Detail.
The following quotations giving the range of the
markets during the day were received by
MORTON, MOORE & Co.,
LrvEBPOOL, Sept. 3010:00 A. M.
Floating cargoes firm.
Cargoes on passage very little demand. A
London inactive. %Z*
English and French country markets steady.^/
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MOKNING, OCTOBER 1, 1878.1
UVEBPOOI., Sept. 3010:30 A.
Steady with a moderate demand.
LONDON, Sept 302 v.
Market quietly steady.
NEW YOBK, Sept. 3011:00 A.
Spring and wafer wheat a shade easier fairly
active but not weak.
NEW YOBK, Sept 301:00 p.
Wheat dull Chicago 1.00 bid No. 3 Milwaukee
sold at 90c
NEW YOBK, Sept. 302 p. M.
Wheat inactive weak No. 3 Milwaukee 90c $1.00
bid for No. 2 Chicago winter lower.
10.00 10*15 10.30 10-45
2:00 2 30
2'45 3:00 3:15 3 30
Wheat receipts Chicago, 131,021 bushels ship
ments 152,832 bushels.
Wheat receipts ia Milwaukee, 111,940 bushels, ship
88% 87% 87%@% 87%
87% J% 87% aj% 07^| 87%
87% 87% 8714
8714% 87H 87
87% 87% 87%54
90 89% 90
89% 89% 89%
Corn receipts in Chicago, 273,077
12 30 P.
2-30 2 45
9 30 A.
12 15 P.
88%@% 88% 88&
88%% 88% 88% 88%
91% 91% S*
91% 91% 91%
89% SB% 89
8 00@8 02%
7 97'/a@8 00
7 97%@8 00
6 27% 27%
Retail Vegetable ard Fiovision Market.
ST. PAUL, Sept. 30
SPBING CHICKENS50@60c per pair.
DUCKSTeaiaOc, black duck 40c, mallards 50c,
canvas back 60c.
PBAIBIE CHICKENSIn fair supply at 50 per pair.
PIGEONS$1 25 per doz.
EGGS20c per doz. (scarce).
BUTTEB Scarce, fresh 20@25c per pound.
1 ISHPickerel and common fish 8c, white fish and
FKUITPlums $1 per bus. peaches 60c@$1.25 per
basket, apples, Minnesota, 3550c per peck, ppars
$4 50 per bus. crabs 756&$1 per bus damsons $1
per peck, melons 30@50c per doz
GBAPESNorthern Muscatine 1012%c, Concord
15P Delaware 20@25c, Dracut Amber 15c, Creveahng
VEGETABLESString beans 20c per peck, turnips
35c per bus., beets 40cper bus., carrots 10c per doz.,
cauliflower 20@25c each, potatoes 40@50c per bus
herbs 2c per bunch, cabbage 30@35c per doz., cu
cumbers 5@10c per do/. tomatoes 50c per bus.
butter beans 45@60c pel bus celery 50@60c per
doz., green rorn 50 per doz egg plant scarce, 10
@25c each, rhubarb ldc per doz, lima beans 10c per
quart, pickling cucumbers 15@25c pdr 100, hubbard
squash 75c@$l per doz., pickling onions $1.25 per
bus., dry onions 50o per bus red peppers 25c per
doz. cayenne peppers 256 per doe sweet potatoes
5c per pound.
Saint Paul Wholesale Pioduce Market.
WHEATReceipts of new liberal, one load of very
fine new sold at 84o, quoted pricesNo. 1, 85c No.
2, 77c, No. 3,50@55c, No. 4,35@45c.
FLOUBPatent process $email@example.com, straight
XXXX $5 00@5 50, clear $3 50@4 00, XXX $2 50
COBNDemand hght receipts fair, good sound
corn on the track 25@35o incoming, outgoing, free
of elevator, 36@37c.
OATSDemand only for old and best grades of
new, and this only in small lots, receipts liberal of in
ferior qualities, a considerable difference exists be
tween inside and extreme figures, mixed is quoted
from 22 to 24c for new and 28c for old to the
dealer, and white 23@25c for new and 26 for old,
commission men ask 2c for handling.
BARLEYVery httle business done, receipts are
light and demand slow, new is quoted at 50@65c, old
COBN MEAL-Very dull bolted, $1.10 per 100 lbs.
BEANSFrom $1.25 for common to $2 25 for hand
GBOUND FEEDVery dull, no demand except
very small lots, $14 to the dealer, $16 to the con
BUTTEBThe market has a somewhat better tone,
low grades 45c, dairy packed medium 7@8c, good
1214c, choice from known dairies 16@20o.
EGGSScarce and in good demand, strictly fresh,
MEATS-Mess pork $firstname.lastname@example.org, country hams,
none the market canvassed ll@ll%c, plain 9%@
10c, shoulders 6@6%c, sides ^ec.
HATMarket dull, wild $9 email@example.com, tame $12.00,
baled wild $12.00.
LIVE STOCKNO business to-day, mixed cattle
from rough to fair butchers' stock only the sheds
which are held firm at 2% fo^S^c.
Weekly Circular of Drake & Co.
CHICAGO, Sept. 28, 1878.Wheat has not varied
materially since our last, and the "longs" have found
it an easy matter to hold our market at under 89c for
November, the face of declining markets abroad.
The feeling among traders here continnes to be
largely one of uncertainty as to the future, with per
haps fewer believers in extremely low prices than
there was a fortnight ago. The French demand has
slackened agam, and from Liverpool under date of
the 14th, we learn that the belief is current there
that France cannot go on buying at the rate she has
been doing and that she is overstocking. The move
ment of winter wheat shows a iurther decrease and
the improved demand in the English markets, re
ported yesterday, indicates that English milleis are
beginning to realize that such superior quality of
wheat is comparatively safe buying at present prices.
The receipts at the Western primary markets for the
week ending last night were 2,301,000 bushels agamst
2,688,000 bushels a week ago, or a decrease of 387,000
bushels. New York, Baltimore and Philadelphia
have received during the same time 2,830,000 bush
els, and the exports from these ports show a total of
3,076,000 bushels. As these exports are very largely
of winter wheat, it is evident that we cannot continue
them on the present scale any length of tune without
an increased movement from the mterior. The
farmers of Ohio, Indiana and Michigan have mar
keted their wheat very freely since harvest, and while
there is doubtless large quantities those States
stall in first hands, it will we think be held for higher
prices. The crop of Nebraska welearn will not move
largely until after seeding is completed. In our
opinion we are likely to have higher prices for winter
wheat in the near future, but we think the premium
for it must appreciate materially before shippers will
take our No. 2 spring. The inspection of this grade
out of store has been hght and our stock of No. 2
will show an mcrease of about 200,000bushels. Large
lines of the October option have been bought during
the week by brokers, who were prominent in the July
"squeeze," anil it is rumored that we are to have an
other deal of that kmd next month.
SPECIAL MARKET BULLETINS
Received by the "Globe" During Yesterday,
[Special Telegram to the Globe
CHICAGO, Sept. 309 -30 A. M.Private cables re
port wheat steady in Liverpool, inactive in London,
and cargoes off coast firm. Country markets steady.
Weather fine here. Look for steady market here
[Associated Press Markets.]
Milwaukee Produce Market
-,T MILWAUKEE, Sept. 30.
LOURInacuve and unchanged.
GRAINWheat opened weak and %c lower, and
closed firm No. 1 hard $1.10 No. 1,95c No. 2,
89%o September 89%c October 89%c November
90%o No. 3, 74o No. 4,61c rejected 50%c. Corn
lower No. 2, 35@35%c. Oats quiet No. 2, 19%o.
Byedeolined %c No. 1,45c Barley excited No.
i ctasb fl.09 October $firstname.lastname@example.org% November
PROVISIONSEasy and quiel. Mess pxk $8.00
cash and October. Lard, prime steam/$6.35*
FREIGHTSWheat to Buffalo 4c
RECEIPTS7,162 barrels flour 119,940 bnahelB
SHIPMENTS4,366 barrels flour 121,098 bushels
88%@J4 88% 88%
88 88 88
11.15 12 15 P.
36% 36% 36% 86 3 5%
35% 35k 35k
35% 34?B@35 34% 3434 3434,
Chicago Produce Market.
CHICAGO, Sept 30.
GRAINWheat fair demand No. 2 Chicago 8^
87%c cash 87%c September, 87J@87% October
88)| November No. 3 Chicago7375c rejected 59c
No. 1 and No 2 red winter 89%c Corn fan- demand
high mixed No. 2 347so cash, September and Octo
November rejected 33%c. Oat firm
i19% and September 19%@19%s Octo
ber 20%e November rejected 17%c. Rye quiet No 2
45c cash and October. Barley, $1 10 October 1.16
PROVISIONSPork, western $7.87%@7 90 cash,
email@example.com September and October, 7 firstname.lastname@example.org^%
November 7 807.85 year. Lard unsettled and
lower, email@example.com cash and September, firstname.lastname@example.org
October. 6 22%@6 25 November 6.15 year. Bulk
shoulders 4.50 short rib 3.57% short clear 5 62%
RECEIPTS9,000 barrels flour i 131,000 bushels
wheat, 373,000 bushels corn 94,000 bushels oats
12 000 bushels rye, 58,000 bushels barley.
SHIPMENTS6,000 barrels flour, 153,000 bushels
wheat, 730,000 bushels corn, 85,000 bushels oate
16,000 bushels rye, 62,000 bushels barley.
GRAINWheat closed inactive and weaker 87%@
87)4 October, 88c November Corn weaker, 34%0
October, 35%c bid November. Oats weaker, W^
PROVISIONSLard firmer 6.20 October 6 27%
Chicago 1/ivo Stock Market.
CHICAGO, Sept. 28.
HOGSReceipts 18,000, I0@20c lower choice
heavy 3 60@3 90 hght 3.403 50 mixed pfcekmg
3.253 40 shipments 2,800.
CATTLEReceipts 3,800 shipments 1,600
weak, a shade lower, choice natives 3.904.90 butch
ers Stodke steady, steers email@example.com cows 2.502.80.
St. Louis Produce Market.
ST. Lotrte, Sept. 30.
GRAINWheat lower No. 2 red fall 874@87~%c
cash, 87^87%c October, 89%90%c November
No. 3 red fall 83^^83^. Corn lower at 33%@33%o
cash 34%c November. Oats lower for cash and Oc
tober 21%@21&c November. Rye quiet at 44c.
WHtSKY-Steady at $1.07.
PROVISIONSPork lower at $firstname.lastname@example.org. Dry
salt meats easier, loose clear ribs $5 50. Bacon
lower at 85 25@6 12%6 37% Lard quiet at 6.12%
RECEIPTS7,000 barrels flour, 85,000 bushels
wheat, 13,000 bushels corn 17,000 bushels oats,
3,000 bushels barley 17,000 bushels rye.
SHIPMENTS24,000barrels flour 18,000 bushel
wheat, 5,000 bushels corn, 3,000 bushels oats 1,000
bushels barley, 1,000 bushels rye
St Louis Live Stock Market.
ST. LOOTS, Sept. 30.
HOGSLower hght shipping and Yorkers $3 20
3.40, Ba'timores and Bostons 3 email@example.com, packing
3.25@3 50 bulrhers' and Philadelphias firstname.lastname@example.org
receipts 1,700 head, shipments 300 head
\TTLESome demand for shipping grades, but
none here supply mainly butchers' stuff native
steers $3.003.75 cows and heifers 1.752 50,
stockers and feeders 2 253 25, through Texas
steers 2.25@3 00, cows 2 email@example.com winter Texans
2.501'? 40, receipts 1,700 head, shipments 300 head
SHEEPQuiet and unchanged, receipts 600 head,
shipments 150 head.
^exV York Produce Market
NEW YOBK, Sept. 30.
COTTONDull at 1073@il, futures easy.
FLOTJRHeavy receipts 34,000 baTrles, superfine
state and western $3 firstname.lastname@example.org, common to good 3 95
@4 25, good to choice 4 30f&4 85 white wheat extra
4 95fa5.75, St. Louis 4 00@6 25, Minnesota patent
6 25(^8 25.
GRAINWheat lower, light export demand, re
ceipts 492,000 bushels No 2 spring 89@91c un
graded winter red 95c@$l 074 No 3 do 1 02, No.
2 do 1.07(3)1 07% No. 1 do 1 07%1.08, ungraded
amber 1.06%1.08 No. 2 amber 1.04%1.05^, un
graded white 1 email@example.com No. 3 white 1 firstname.lastname@example.org% No.
2 do 1081.08% extra do email@example.com%. Rye firm
No. 2 western 59c. Barlev firm and scarce Malt
quiet. Corn heavy receipts 248 000 bushels, un
graded 48o, extra steamer 49c No. 2, 493!49%c
round yellow 62@62%c round white 58o. Oats', re
ceipts 131,000 bushels, reiected 25%c, No. 3, 26c
do white 2"7%c, No. 2, 29c, do white 29%29%c
mixed western 2@31c white western 27%@35c.
HOPSQuiet and firm yearlings 58c eastern
and western, hew, 10a12c New York State 815c
GROCERIESCoffee, sales private. Sugar quiet
fan* to good refining 7%@75!ic. Molasses quiet, New
Or leans 3050c.
PETROLEUMDull, united 82%864c crude
5%c refined 9 %c
ROSINQuiet and firm at $firstname.lastname@example.org.
TURPENTINEFirm at 28c.
PRODUCEEggs 21%22c. BOtter 6@25c. Cheese
PROVISIONSPork firm, mess $8.75. Beef
steady. Cut meats steady western long clear mid
dles $6.00 short do 5 37%. Lard firm and fairly ac
tive prime steam $6.67%6.75
Boston Produce Market.
BOSTON, Sept. 30.
FLOURSteady: western superfine $3.003 50,
common 4 25@4 75, Vfisconsin 4 505 60, Minne
sota 4 50@5 50, winter wheat, Ohio, Indiana and
Michigan 4 25@5 75 St. Louis 5 email@example.com, Wisconsin
and Minnesota patent 6 50.
GRAINCorn quiet mixed and yellow 52%55c
steamer 5152c Oats moderate demand, choice
graeds scarce, No. 2 white 32c No. 3 do
Philadelphia Produce Market.
Foreigrn Produce Market.
LONDON, Sept. 30.
PETROLEUMRefined 7s 9d.
LrvEBPOOL, Sept 30.
COTTONFirmer, 6%@6%d, sales 14,000 bale's,
for speculation and export 2,000 bales, Amer
ican 1,900 balfs.
FLOURWestern canal 20s@23s.
GRAINCalifornia white wheat average 9s 9d@
@10s, club 10s10s 4d, red western spring !No. 2 to
No 1 9s@9b 8d, winter do 8s 8d8s lOd. Corn, new
22s 9d Oats, American 2s 6d. Barley, do 3s Id
PL AS31s 6d
PROVISIONS-Pork 56s. Beef 57s 6d Bacon
long clear, 39s short clear 30s.
TALLOWFme 38s 6d
PETROLEUMSpirits 7s 6d, refined 8s 10%d@9s
ROSINCommon 4s 9d, pale lis.
Cor. 3d and Washington Sts.,
St. Paul, Minnesota.
GEO. CULVER, MANAGER
Complete in all its appointments first-class in
every department Fare, $3 per day 93-1v
C. T. McNAMARA Proprietor.
Cor. Wabashaw and Sixth streets,
SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA
First Class, bat Only $2.00 Per Day
Will OpenonJune lOtli, 1878.
Everything new and elegdxit Twelve miles from
St Paul. Five daily trains each way. 143
Largest and Best Paper the State.
west of Josette street,
Brack, un of part
west of Josette street,
E Judson, un 3^
Same, Chas E Flandreu, 25 feet,
Myron W Cole, nl 100 ft,
OFFICE G *H* Crnr TBEASUBEK,
ST. PAUL, ttoterBfioTA, Sept. 26,1878.
All persons interested in the
ASSESSMENT FOR CONSTRUCTING
filfmW&LKa UNDER CONTRACT O
HENRY JEtfSON, AWARDED APRIL
12, 1878, AND APPROVED APRIL 16,
Constructed in front of the following describe
Bazdle & Quertn's Addition.
Mary Ladwig", 1
William Dawson, 1 6
Same, 2 6
Same, 3 6
Si O 2
Geo Bcxter, 5 25 42 00
Ewmq& Chute's Subdivision of Lots 7, 8
and 9, Block 6, Whitney & Smith's Add.
Whitney dk Smith's Add.
The City of St Paul, 10 6
John A Stees, und J^ 25
feet, 11 6
Washington Stees, und
25 feet, 11 6
John A Stees, and 25
feet, 12 6
Washington Stees, ond
25 feet, 12 6
Same, Same, Same, Mathiaa Macb,
Same, Maria Niederhofer,
Duncan A McDonald,
Charlotte Sura et, south
of Fort street,
W Ingersoll, except
Harriet W Terry,
Same, Francis Johnson,
Same, Gates A Johnson,
Estate of DeWitt Green
Mary An Lewis,
Same John Schilhger,
The St Joseph's Female
Same, Same, Same,
E Judscra, und
4 5 6
7 8 9
btinson, Brovm Ramsey's Addition
1 15 14 15
1 36 92
Dayton Irvine's Addition.
as 83 83 as as as
83 83 83 84
2 3 4 1
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 30
FLOUftDull superfine firstname.lastname@example.org extra 3.00
3 50, Minnesota family email@example.com high grades 7 00
8.00. Rye flour $3 25. Corn meal 2 75
GRAINWheat lower western red $1 11%@1 15
amber 1 061.06% white 1.07@1 10 Corn quiet,
yellow 5253c mixed 50%50%c Oats, dull, white
western 3841c, mixed 2527c. Rye 5860c.
PROVISIONSHeavy. Pork $9 259 40 Beef,
India mess 18 00 Hams 10U12c, green 7%o. Lard
dull, loose butchers' firstname.lastname@example.org prime steam 7.00
PETROLEUMDull, refined 9%c crude 7%c.
S S Eaton,
At LAKE ELMO (formerly Bass Lake),
Wse&k To *ny ddwsa, postage vtensld.*^r8
82 0 39
Lyman Dayton's Add.
Lyman Dayton's Add.
William Pettet, 1
James Stinson, 1
Susan Thompson, east
Dousman, easterly 200
Maria Dayton, except
piece in sw corner,
delinquent, and apply to the District Court of
county of Ramsey, Minnesota, for lnde
against your lands, lots, blocks or parcels
so assessed, including interest, cost and
and for an order of the Court to sell
for the payment theieof
F. A. RENZ,
the ment a
expenses, the same
St. JPaul Railroad Time Table*.
First Division St. Paul & Pacific Rail load
Main Line tnrough trains for Litchfield, ftiuniar,
Benson, Morris, Glyndon, Crookston, 1 isher
Landing and Manitoba.
St. Paul 5 M0 p. m. I Fisher i/gll 36 a. m,
Minneapolis 5:40 p. m. MinneapolislO-II a.
Fisher's Landing 4-50 St. Pan. .10-43
St.Paul 7:10am I Minneapolis 4.32pni
Minneapol i 8:36 am St. Paul .5:40
Branch Lice through train for St. Cloud, BrafaMxc,
St. Paul 7:30 a. m. I Minneapolis 5 20 p. rr,
MinneapoLs 7:90 a. m. St. Paul 6 40 p. ao.
8+ Piu, Minneapolis and Minnetonka trams.
7-30 a. xn Minneapolis 3:30 p.
11:35 a. m. Minneapolis 5 40 p,
3 00 p. m. Minneapolis 6.2b p.
5:00 p. m. I Minneapolis 8.C2 a
6*60 p. m. I MinneapoHslO.il a
9-28 a. m. Miunearolis 2-00
I MinneapoHs 41 00 a
I Minneapolis 4 32
I Minneapolis 5 *55
St. Paul 2-35 p.m.
St Paul 6.00 p.m.
St. Paul 5:40 p.
Paui S 40 p. in.
3.18 p. m. I
8:16 a. m.
Wayzata 10 06 am I
Wyzata 6:18 pm|
St.PauL. 8.34 am
St. Paul. 10 42 ami.Mt.
Pullman Sleeping Cars willrun on the Main "Line
Trains leaving St. Paul at 5'00 p. m. Cars run
through to Fisher's Landing w"thout chan ge, and
connect there with Red River Transportation Co's
Steamers for Manitoba and all points North on Bed
Mver. J. P. FARLEY, Gen 1 Manager.
W. S. ALEXANDER, Gen'l Ft. T'kt. Ag t.
Northern Pacific Railroad.
Ticket and Frdgh
Depot foot of Sibley street,
office, No. 43 Jackson street.
Sloan's Sub-division of s%qf Block 15, of
Stinson, Brown & Ramsey1
Minneapolis Sauk Rapids
Brainerd Glyndon Moorhead. Fargo Fargo Bismarck.
Duluth N. P. Junction
15 15 15
15 15 15 15 15
hake Superior & Missis
sippi Railroad Co (now
St. Paul & Duluth Rail
W Wilkin, und
Sarah W Coleman, und
44 44 44
Ferdinand Knauft, commencing
on east line of Broadway. 30 ft
of sw cor of block 1, Kittson's
Addition, thence parallel to
line of Twelfth street, 100 feet,
more or less, to line of lot of
land owned by Nygren, thence
along said Nygren's line
20 ft, thence nwly to a point on
Mississippi street, 50 feet from
place of beginning, thence sly
along Mississippi and Broadway
Stephen Hall, 1 15 4 45
Same, 2 15 4 95
A Richardson, 3 15 4 95
Franz Lambrecht, 4 15 4 95
Woodbury, 5 15
Henrietta Lambrecht, 6 15
Woodbury, 7 15
James Hopkins, 8 15
Same, 9 15
Same, 10 15
Same, 11 15
Herman Munch, 12 15
Same, 13 15
Same, 14 15
John Canerly, 15 15
Isabella Shiftman, 16 15
James Hopkins & W
Jacob Miller, 18
Mary & Chas Smith, 21
Mary S Smith, 22
Jacob Miller, 26
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota.
15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15
Will Take Notice
that on the 23d day of September, 1878,1 did
receive a warrant from the City Comptroller of
the city of St. Paul, for the collection of the
above named assessments.
The nature of this warrant is, that if you fail
to pay the assessments within
the first publication of this notice, I shall
report you and your real estate so assessed as
Le. Ar. *Le Ar. tLe. Le.
30 a. m.
10 a. in.
OOp.m 20 p.m.
3 10 m.
6*25 a m.
6 05 a m.
6:00 a m.
5 db a m.
7 OOp m.
12 3t HI.
11 00 p. m.
Ar Ar Le.
Except Sunday ti-xcept Saturday
Trains via the Brainerd Branch leave St. Paul
daily, except Sunday, making a day run of twelve
hours to Fargo,arriving at Bismarck at 7 Ihe following
morning, saving nearly 90 miles in distance over the
old route via N. P. Junction. Connection made at
Bismarck with stages for Deadwood and all points in
the Black Hills. Also with first cla*. boats to rort
Beaton and all points on the Upper Missouri Kiver
and the Yellowstone
Connects at St. Paul with trains to all points Fas
and South. At Duluth with steamers to and from all
Lake points, both American and Canadian. also with
steamers running in connection with N isconsin Cen
tral Railroad, at Ashland. In effect April 7,1878.
H. E. SARGENT, General Manager
G. G. SANBOBN. Gen. Passer ger Agent.
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railw ay.
Passenger Depot foot of Jackson street. Ticket nd
Freight Office Southeast Corner of Third and Jack
son streets. Charles Thompson, Ticket Agent. St.
85 85 85 80
Through Chicago & East
Through Chicago & East
Iowa and Minnesoca Div.l
Prairie du Ohien, Milwau
kee and Chicago Express
St.Louis Kansas City Ex
11 -22 a *1.64
t7-40 J6 47 a
*6 10 a *6 27
*6 10 a in *6 27
t8 25 II X5
5 0 a
5 lo 1 *ll 25 a
St. Paul and Minneapolis trains via Fort Snelilng
$6 00 am Arr.Minneapolis^e 66 am
9 10 am
3 55 pm
6 15 pm
Lve. St. Paul
lfOSam 3 '15 pm
0 0 am
Air. St Jaul *6 50 am
4 55 pm
tSaturdays excepteo. JMon
St. Paul & Sioux City Railroad.
Depot foot of Jackson street.
Omaha, Kansas City and
7 00 am
11 -05 am
The 3-30 p. m. train connects at Merriam Junction
with the Minneapolis and St. Louis R. R. for points
south. All trainB daily except Sunday.
W. H. DIXON, Gen. T'kt Ag't.
Southern Minnesota Railway, Connecting at
Ramev with C. M. & St. Trams ortl
At Wells with Central Railroad of Minnesota and
at La Crosse with O. M. & St. P. Railwaj for all
Going WestTrainB leave La Crosse 7 57 am
Trains pass Ramsey.. 2 42
Going EastTrains pass Ramsey 10 45a
Arrive at La CrosBe 5 25
St. Paul, Stillwater, Taylors Falls, and North
Depot foot of Jackson street.
St. Paul and Stillwater Trains.
9 20 a
5.05 7 40 am
24 90 Stillwater
Stillwater. 10-35 a
9 00 am
North Wisconsin Trains.
Depart I Arrive
St Paul 1 00 I Clayton 6 30
Clayton. 5 30 am St Paul 11 20 am
Ar New Richmond 4 10 and 7.45 a in.
St. Paul & Duluth Railroad.
Depot foot of Sibley street.
Trains. Leave for.
12 45 p.
11 00 a rn
All trains daily except Sunday
To and from the St. Paul & Duluth depot foot of
Third street only. All others from 8t. Paul & Pacific
depot, foot of Sibley street.
Chicago, St. Paul and Minneapolis Line
Comprising the Chicago, St Paul & Min
neapolis and Chicago and Northwestern
Depot foot of Sibley street. Ticket and Freight
office, northwest corner Third and Jackson streets.
Charles H. Petsch, Ticket Agent.
Trains I Lai
Through Chicago and) 1*11.26 a.m.
Eastern Express 7-40 p. m.|
Hudson Accommodation 6 04 p.
95 94 94 95 95 95 95
5 50 a.
*2 24 m.
J 55 a. m.
Connections made at Camp Douglar for Milwaukee.
Sundays excepted. tSaturdays excepted. JMon
Minneapolis Railroad Unit- Table.
Minneapolis & St. Louis RailwayShort
Line Iowa Route via Burlington.
Running through express trainB with Pullman
palace car sleepers to St. Louis without change. 28
miles shorter than any other route.
SOUTH I NOBTHW
Le daily,'Ar. Daily.
Minneapolis & St. Louis Ex
Passengers at St Paul leave
by the St. Paul & Sioux uy
R. R., at 3:30 p. M. connect
ing at Merriam June also
leave St Paul & Pacific U.
R. at 3:00pm connecting at
Minneapolis daily, Sundays
excepted. Train on Satur
day runs as far as Albert
Mixed Minneapolis and Mer
riam Junction, connecting
for local stations and St. P.
& S. C. R. R. as far as Wor
Mixed Minneapolis and White
Bear Lake and Duluth
3 50pm 1.15
7:25 a JQ 6 5pm
Mixed Minneapolis and White
Bear Lake and Stillwater 10-00 am 5.10
Omaha Ex., for all points on
St. P. 8. 0. B*y., Omaha
and California 3.50pm 11:20am
Trains arrive and depart from the St. Pul Paci
fic depot, Minneapolis
Tickets and sleeping car berths secured at city
ticket office, No. 8 Washington avenue, (opposite
Nicollet House) W. G. Teller, Ticket Agent, and at
St. Paul & Pacific depot, Minneapolis, and atll6Xatt
Third street, St. Paul.GEO. H. HAZZABD, Ticket
Agent. CHAS. F. HATCH, Gn. Man,
6 -15 am