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Spex-tally Kpurit lo the Oaily Globe
Shipments of flour yesterday, 3,560 bar-
Wheat received, 21,200 bushels. Prices
Ho n. I Donnelly will addreps the citizens
of Minneapolis at Association hall on Satur
"Work has been commenced on the skating
rink on Tenth street.
Hartz, the magician, will be at the Acad-
emy Ihursday evening.
The water mains on the Eas^Side, which
are being laid by McBiohie & Nichols, i
be completed within two weeks.
The Reform club will hold a sociable this
evening at their rooms. A good programme
will be given and all are cordially invited to
Master Charles A. Foster, S N., has
received orders to report to Commodore
Febiger for duty at the ordnance deparfc
men at the Washingt on na vy yard.
A large audience assembled at Plymouth
church last evening to hear the Cecilia and
Temple quartettes. A good programme,
vocal and mstiu mental, was given, and ar
rangements are to be made for a repetition
of the concert.
3J. Gamty, proprietor of the Avenue
House on Washington avenue, was held in
bonds of $200.00 by United States Com
missioner Cardozo, for violating the revenue
law, by drawing beer from a keg without de
stroying the stamp.
A little son of Russell was run over
by a horse and buggy yesterday at noon.
The little fellow was playing on the side
walk, and in trying to esca f^o bi
schoolmate ran in front of the horse.
was knocked down and his ear badly cut and
Michael Davitt, the released Fenian pris
ener, will deliver his lecture on "Piison Life
and British Rule," at Punce's opera hou se
on Sund ay evening, November 3d at 8 o'cl ck.
The lecture is highly spoken of by the piess
wherever he has delivered it, and doubtless a
large audience will attend.
Mr. W Dow, formerly of the well
known and popular hotel, "The Arlington,"
of Decora h, Iowa, has leased the Pavilion,
at Lake Calhoun, and is fitting it up in first
class style Jo receive parties this winter. All
who know Mr. Dow know that his taki ng the
Pavilion mpans business and it will be mi
a first-cli.ss resort.
The popular liverymen, Smith Bros., have
leased the summer resort at Lake Calhoun,
generally known as the Ivory house. They
have thoroughly renovated and refurnished
it, and propose to IUU it in first-class style
There is a fine hall dancing parties in
the building and good accommodations for
visitors. Smith Bros, give an opening party
on the evening of Nov. 1 st, and that ley
will succoed in keepi ng a first-class hotel and
resort will not be que&tioned by any one ac
quainted with them.
WORKINGMEN vs E S. COKSER.
Investigating Committee's Report of the
The following report was made by the com
mittee appointed by the Workingmen's Union
to investigate the charges made against Mr.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Oct. 23, lt7 8.
To the Mem hers of the Workingmen's Union of
GENTLEMENYo ur committee appointed to
investigate as to the truth or falsity of the
charge that in the spring of 187G Mr. E. S.
Corser, now a candidate for the State Senate,
and then, aa now, a member of the city coun
cil and mortgage broker, compelled voters over
wh om he held overdue leitihcates ot indebted
ness or who were otherwise in his power, to vote
as he dictated under penalty of foreclosure,
ejectment, etc., if they failed ao to do, respect
fully report that they have given the matter
such attention as they have been able to do,
FirstThat at the election in question Mr.
Corser took much interest, and also his
partner, and that although neither of them
were voters in the Tenth ward
one of them remained all day at the First and
and the other at the Second precinct, in -which
the majority of their poor debtors and tenants
reside, and devoted their time to the peddling
of tickets that, while they had made no spec
ial attempt to influence voters geneially, they
were more ebpeciallyinteiestedin the aforesaid
poor debtors and tenants, insisting upon know
ing how they were going to vote, and reminding
them that they had naked favois in the past,
and if they wanted any more should now favor
them that, so maiked was their conduct, that
the cry of bulldozing was raised then and there,
and they were repeatedly requested to go bark
to their own ward and let voteif deposit such
ballots aR represented theirfeelings that, while
no direct or explict threats may have
been made, the language, the look,
the gestures were such as to imply a threat,
and that th were so understood and acted
upon that certain of the voters have since open
ly asserted that, but tor them, they would have
voted differently that they could not afford to
incur their displeasure that certain other voters
were kept from the polln by direct threats of
loss of employment that still others were in
formed that it would not pny tor them to vote
for the man of their choice that all these
things have been openly assei ted tor months,
and that no explicit denial has ever been
SecondThat your committee are informed
and believe that, whi'e no specific act of oj en
and unmistakable bulldozing, wheie the threats
were made in direct language on election day,
or at the polls, yet certain parties who had
been very zealous for the candidate whom Mr.
Cor&er did not want elected, were sent for on
the day preceding the election, and fiom that
time forward took 'no interest in the elaction
that strangely enough these same parties hap
pened to be indebted to said firm or their cli
ents, and while others were cioweded to the
wall, the time was extended that in two such
instances the men claim that they were silent
because they dare not be otherwioe. They
could not let their families suffer. And in
several of the others the men had no explana
tions to make.
ThirdThat certain parties now within the
power of said Coiser, or temporarily
placed beyond it make statements
privately, which, to say the least, are very
damaging to Mr. Cbrsei, in view of his chal
lenge through the prets, but refuse to go be
fore the committee he has so kindly selected,
or to make any public statement unless they
can be fully protect d. Some of these state
ments relate to the election in question, but
the most damnable relates to matters that
have tianspired since then, the particulars of
which are too fresh to be misundeistood or ig
fourthThat the aforesaid Corser & Co
have, in many instances, entered into contracts
with poor men, the contract being so explained
as not to be understood, and. unhappily, so
worded as not to be misunderstood when the
time for ejectment came, by which the poor
men hoped soon to become possessed of small
homes, that where payments have become over
No more exacting Shylocks conld be found,
as many a man who has nearly paid for a
bouse has found to his cost, and that cases of
men with fick families turned out of doors
Bummarily, not on foreclosures, however,which
takes a year, but by ejectment, as authorized
by the contract, while easily proven, are by no
means the worst sins rhargeable to them.
FifthThat while Mr. Corser has cunningly
named a committee with a view of prejudicing
his case before the public, et your committee are
ready to prove the foregoing facts and all of
them to their satisfaction, on the following
conditions, made in order that the who truth
may be brought out and which no honorable
man ought to object to.
That the investigation shall be public. That
such of the witnesses produced as now are in
debted to Mr. Coraer, or those be represents,
shall be allowed one year additi na time, at
legal interest, on all paper past due or matur
ing within one year, and that in every case of
direct or faiily to be implied bulldozing, every
case ID which men yielded to Mr. Corner's im
portunities because they were indebted to him
the parties bulldozed shall be released from the
payment of any balance now due I these
conditions are accepted, Mr. Corser will be fur
nished with sufficient evidence to satisfy the
public, and with enough to convince him that
he bad much better have remained silent.
But your committee do not propose to allow
Mr. Corser to name the jury, the conditions
and also what evidence shall be adduced. Hi
jury will do, but they must have all the evi
dence we have to offer, and on the terms above
All of which is most respectfully submitted.
M. W. ULENN,
Rosedale by the Metropolitan TneatreJCom
Notwithstanding the inclemency of the
weather a good sized audience witnessed the
second performance of Rosedale at Pence
opera house last evening. The managers
have been making preparations for the pro
duction of this play for pome time'past, and
have presented to the public one of the best
plays ever seen in Minneapolis.
Mr. Frederick Bryton, late of the Char
lotte Thompson troupe, has been added to
the company, and is a most valuable addition
and a fine actor, his acting as Elliot Gray
making a decided hit.
Miss Cartland, as Rose Leigh, was, as she
always is, immense. The other members of
the comp tny played exce.iently, and the
play is put on the stage in the best possible
style. To-night, and the rest of the week,
the play will be repeated, and those who de
sire to witness a good play by a first-class
company should attend.
John M. Owens.
John E. Owens appeared in "Everybody's
Friend" and the "Happiest Day of My Life,''
at the Academy last vening. Owing to the
weather and other attractions he did not
have as large an audience as on the first
night, but was well received, and as usual
kept his audience in good humor by his fine
acting. To-night he will appear as Caleb
Plummer in the play of Dot, or the Crick
on the Hearth, and it is &he of his best char
acters, and great preparations have been
made for its production. A crowded house
should greet him.
A meeting of Nationals and Democrats
will be held at Turners' Hall, East Division,
on Thursday evening. The meeting will be
addressed by Wm. L. Kelly, of St. Paul,
McGibeny, Ankeny, Solon Armstrong and
others. Let all turn out and have a grand
A. M. Greely, 240 Hennepin avenue, has a
good assortment of horse traps. Call and see
him for old times.
A. M. Greely, the old settler harness maker,
has dropped into the old business again at 240
A. M. Greely after ative years1
George lllingsworth for drunkenness was
fined $15 and costs, and on non-payment re
ceived eighteen days on the rock-pile.
Francis Mahan, same charge, received ten
days on rock-pile.
Dan Willis, for vagrancy, will break rock
for eight ys.
Black sand found in Locust creek, near Beth
el, "V*t., proves to be a fine magnetic ore, from
which the beat quality of Bessemer steel is
made. Somebody has tried to steal it already.
Lessees and Managers, Murray & Godwin
M:ON"DA_"S" EAnsiisriisrGi-, OCT. 28,
AND EACH NIGHT DURING THE WEEK.
Production of theromantao drama Cm five tableaux,)
ENTIRE NEW SCENERY.
MISS GRACE OARTLAND
and enlarged company in the cast. See small bills.
Parquette and Dress Circle 50 cents.
lPaiuily Circle 85 cents.
Private Boxes $3.00
Reserved Seats at Willson's Music Store.
Popular Matinee Saturday, general adoil ssion 25c
SALE OR RENTWashlugton HouseLo-
caUou 2d Ave. N. E. and bth street, E D.. near
at. Paul & Pacific R. R. depot. Inquire of owner,
2HS-98 N. HENNI8.
Attorneys at Law.
Office. No. 32 Wash. Ave, H
Cull actions a Specialty.
Assy 'Jr^^fe ttK^^J^&&3ff %^xSi
returned to harness business again, opening aw
240 Hennepin avenue.
Wm. H. Brown departed for Yellow river
yesterday with his scaling outfit.
Abo Gillespie departed yesterday for down
river points, in the interest of lumber.
Wheat 81, 73 and 60c. These prices are
still above that paid in Sfc. Paul er Minneap
Schulenburg, Boeckler & Co.'s saw mill
will shut down Saturday, Nov. 2, for the
The G. B. Knapp had five car-loads of
general freight on board yesterday for up
The St. Paul & Duluth road yesterday
shipped 800 barrels of flour and twelve car
loads of wheat to Duluth.
Five thousand three hundred bushels of
wheat from Prescott for New York, were re
ceived by the Ada B. yesterday.
Despite yesterday being a very disagreea
ble day for traveling, farmers arrived with
wheat in larger numbers than for some time
W. S. Conrad, Democratic nominee for
county auditor, will, in to-day's issm of the
Gazette, publish a formal declination of the
James Barron, who died last Sunday, was
interred in the Baytown cemetery yesterday
morning. This makes the third old resi
dent of this city who hns died within a
Four hundred barrels of flour were slipped
East yesterday by the Stillwater & Taylor's
Falls road. The Stillwater Mills will here
nfter ship all their flour by this road, and
the jther mills will probably follow suit.
The Isaac Staples got away yesterday with
eight strings of los from Schulenburg &
Co., and four strings from Isaac Staples,
which are to be turned over to the Helen
Schulenburg, which boat is on her way up.have
Hartz, the wonderful magician, in his
slight of hand and other tricks well known to
conjurers, Monday night elicited consider
able applause and gave complete satisfac
tion. The inimitable Lawton lightened up
the gloom, as it were, with original soiigs,
dances, etc. To night is the last night, and
every one should attend.
The Literary and Dramatic olub, at their
hall in the basement of the Uuivetsalist
church, will, this evening, give an entertain
ment consisting of selections from the poet
Longfellow. The club have the best local
talent in the city, and the entertainment will
be well worth the price of admission, 10
cents, which is for the benefit of the rectory
WASHINGTON NOTES, i
THE BIO GBANDE.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 29.Intelligence from
military officers on the Ri Grande represent
affair on the border more peaceable. Th as
sertion is made that there a larger number
of excursions into Mexico by Indians than by
Mexicans into Texas.
NATIONAL BANE TAX.
United States Treasurer Gilfillan says in ref
erence to the recent opinion of the attorney
general, as to the method of computing taxable
capital of national banks: "National banks
*tiH hereafter be required in making up their
capital stock subject to taxation, to deduct not
the face value nor the market value, but the
price paid for United States bonds owned by
them, less interest accrued, to date of pur
chase, and lor the purpose of verification, will
be required to specify said bonds by loans and
dates of purchase. I making return thereof
to this office, no application made in conse
quence of the opinion in question for the re
funding of any tax upon bank capital hereto
fore assessed and collected, will be entertained
by tkis office."
EXPOBTS AND IMPOSTS.
WASAINOTON, Oct, 29.From the monthly
statement of the ciiief of the bureau of sta
tistics to the secretary of the treasury, the ex
cess of exports over imports of merchandise
appears to be as follows: Month ending Sept.
30, 1877, $15,508,339. Month ending Sept. 30,
1678, $20,525,267. Nine months ending Sept.
30, 1877, $544 6)3 341 Nine months ending
Sept. 80. 187s, 209,130 487.
Excess of imports over exports of gold and
silver coin and bullion, appears to have been as
follows: Month ending Sept. 30, 1*77, 56,-
771. Month ending Sept 30. 1878, 9.237,031.
The excess of exports over imports
of gold and silver coin and bul
lion during nine months ending Sept.
30, 1877, amounted to $24,706 780, but the ex
cess of imports over exports of gold and
silver coin and bullion during the nine months
ending Sept. 30, 1878. amounted to $321,960.
BIG PAPEB CONTRACTS TO LET.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 29.The secretary of the
treasury has determined to advertise for pro
posals for furnishing the paper upon which to
print United States notes, national bank notes,
and other securities of the government.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 29.The cabinet was in
session but a short ti me to-day and considered
no important business. Secretaiies Evartsand
McCrary wiil visit Baltimore with the Presi
dent Thursday evening to attend the Maiyland
A number of New York importers interested
in the assessment of duties upon kid gloves,
having appraled to Secretary Sherman for hear
their views in regard thereto, he has re
ferred the matter to Assistant Secretary French,
and on Thuisrlay next they will present their
case to that officer.
The State department has telegraphed our
minister at Madrid to convey to King Alfonso
Presiient Hayes' congratulations at the king's
escape trorn assassination.
The Fiesident. this evening, entertained at
dinner such the member* the old Cincin
nati literary club as are now in this city. These
consist of President Hayes, W. Rogeis, the
President's pnvate secretary N. Smith, pay
master in the army Judges Worden and Jame.
A. R. Spofford, librarian of Congress
A. Dulton, clerk in the department of justice
K. Bussey, W. W. Warden and Henry C.
Borden, laujers Wm Gruilt'rd clerk i the
treasury department, and 4. Butler, journal
ist. This was the twenty-ninth anniversary
of the club. Brief papers containing interest
ing remiiiiccsnces were submitted, and the re
union was vciy agreeable i all its features.
The Mil es Polygamy Case.
SALT LAKE, Oct. 29.In the Miles polygamy
case to-day sufficient progress is thought to
have been made to justify the holding of de
fendant or the grand jury. N endowment
house records were discovered, nor the peisou
having them in custody. Case continued until
to-moirort. vheu President John Taylor will be
called on ior the records.
CHrouic Insane and Epileptics.
COLUMBUS, O., Oct. 29 A a meeting of the
buperinteadents and trustees of the Ohio luna
tic asylums with the State board of charities,
decided to ask the le^tslatme for .ipp-^opiia
lions sufficient to build in^ to tLe csyJur
-utneient to accommodate the clironic imam
and puichisi a uira and erect cottages for tn
use of epileptics.
Trotter No id.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 29.Negotiations for thr
-.ale of the famous trotter Maud S. wer?
(ompleted to-day. The horse started for New
Ynrk to-night per American express, in charge
of iier trainer.
ST. PAUL TBADE.
Weekly Iievietv of the Wholesale Markets
OFFICE O TH E GLOBE,
S PAUL, Oct. 29.
The grain trade during the week has not im
proved. Receipts at this points have been
light and sales very small. Considerable of
that brought in hat gone into store, the farmers
being dissatisfied with present prices but in
stead of improving from last week's quotations,
there has been a still further decline of 3c in
ail grades. Th following table gives the clos
ing prices to-day (Tuesday):
58 lbs 7Sc 57 lbs 75c
56 lbs 67c 55 lbs 57c
54 lbs 54c 50 lbs 40c
There is consideiable dissatisfaction here, as
everywhere, with the brass testers. Farmers
come into maiket with their wheat which they
carefully weighed before leaving home
and find the agents with their "littie joker"1
make their wheat several pounds ighter than
they had amicipated and felt justified in ex
pecting. There also seems to be a suspicion
among faimers that a combination oi ring is
formed among buyers, eo as to keep down
prices. But in this it is probable that they are
mistaken, for a ring bas never held together
lone at this market. Th attempt to form a
ring last spring only resulted in the combina
tion holding together for a day and a hal
It is true the mills then wanted whtat
more than they do now and receipts
were veiy light, and it would be
much more easy now to,keep down prices than
then, but a comparison with quotations at
other points will show that buyers are giving
the market value for wheat heie.
There has been no improvement in corn
business in thiR grain has been very quiet.
Sales small and slow, receipts liberal, prices
unchanged. Instead of an increase, as might
have been expected along the Northern Pacifao
and West Wisconsin, there has been a falling
off within the last six days.
Oats are even moiedull than corn. The sup
ply is abundant, and the demand very light.
In fact, there are no enquiries except for very
small lots for immediate consumption.
The butter market is Btill very active in the
higher grades, the demand being much greatei
than the supply. Commission men have stand
ing orders io Urge quantities of choice and
good dany packed, which they are now unable
to fill. There is, in fact, quite a dearth of gojd
butter, and the very small quantity of prime
brought into market meets with quick sale at
Eggs remain very scarce. Dealers pay 20e
per dozen by the crate for fresh, well-packed
There is no change in mess pork or cured
meats, and the market is quiet at old quota
Small lots of dressed hogs rre sold to retail
ers at 3)^c and 3%c. Th demand is not heavy,
and the supply is very light. Poultry is abund
ant and moderate prices realized wild fowl
are in good supply and the demand good.
The stock yaid has had light business dur
ing the week. Receipts have been small and
the demand very light. Shippers
seem to have concluded to hold their stock
rather than glut the market, as was done a
week or two ago back. Th few sales effected
shows the market unimproved, and advices
from Chicago give no encouragement to ship.
Good butchers' stock, heiferR and steers, 3 and
4 years' old, weie so'd for $3.25 fat cows and
oxen $3 there were one or two lots of excel
lent beef cattle sold for $2.75. I ia not
thought there^wilt be any improvement till
colder weather'seta in
There is some little improvement in fruit this
week. Poorer sorts which flooded the market
have moved off, and there is a more healthy
demand for good, smooth, sound fruit. Choice N 2 Chicago 93o.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30,
carefully packed apples are worth 2.00 and
$2.25 by the car lot. Cranberries are bought
freely in large lots at $1.50 and $1.75. Choice
kinds a shade higher to the dealer in small
lots. $2.00 and $2.25.
The jobbing trade has not been over crowded
by business generally during the week, mer
chant? attributing the budden depres
sion to the fact that there
is little wheat sent to market. Farmers
throughout the entire State are indignant with
the grading of wheat and the low prices offere
the ring buyers. They are hold.ng their
wheat from market, and consequently trade
wi*h country dealers is almost stopped. This
affects the jobbing interest of St. Paul im
mensely, but in some branches of trade more
than others. Collections are reported aa slow.
There are but few changes in quotations in
groceries and the market is quiet. Sug.irs
are unsteady coffees, firm teas, steady canned
Leather and findings are quiet at former
The boot and shoe trade has been brisk. Th
various houses are busy with winter goods, for
which the demand bas been quite heavv,
Tnere has been a very large falling off in the
hardware trade during the weekin fact, busi
ness in this line bas almost been at a stand
still. Prices are unchanged.
The changes in dry goods are unimportant,
and trade comparatively good, especially the
heavier classes of domestics.
A very few changes are recorded in the drug
markets. Oil of cloves iR 15c lower quick
silver, 5c and spirits of turpentine 2c lower.
The following tables are carefully revised and
corrected up to date:
"Retail Vegetable and Provisions.
POUI/TEY. AND GAME.
Chickens (per pan-)
Ctucfcens dressed, per lb
Ducks (wild) per pair
Geese (wi d) per pair
Pheasants Pigeons (scarce) per doz
Eggs, per doz
Butter (fresh) per lb
Pish, per lb
Apples (Minnesota) per bush
Apples (Michigan) per bbl 2 00@3 00
Crabs, per bush 75ft 00
Cranberries, per quart
Gropes, per lb 10@
Beets, per bush
Carrofis Cauliflowers, each
Cabbage, per doz 30
Omous, per bush 40(gj
Peppers, per doz
Squi-h (Hubbard) per doz 75(sl 00
^weet potatoes, per lb 5
Tomatoes, per bush 1 00@1 6i
rurnips, 20 25
1 00&1 50
ST. PACL WHOLESALE MARKETS.
Grain. Provisions ana Produce.
Wheat, No. 1, old 95
No. 1, new 80a8i
No. 3, new 50a60
Corn, (incoming) 32a33
Oats, incoming 2ia23
Barley, old 51
MONEY AND TRADE.
Money and Stocks.
Quicksilver preferred 31
Pacific Mail 16JJ
Mariposa preferred 1%
Adams Express 108
Wells & Fargo 96
United States 48
New York Central.. .1UH
Erie preferred 23
Michigan Central... 68%
(Jiuou Pacific stock.. 66%
Lake Shore 69}
Illinois Central.. 78
Cleveland & Pittsburg 82%
NEW YORK, Oct. 29.
Gold steady at 100%.
Canning rates 4m per cent.
B01rowing rates flat.
Silver bar at London 50J4 pence per ounce.
Bar silver here are 109% in greenbacks 109 in
gold. Subsidiary silver coin V41 per cent, discount.
Governments firm and higher.
Railroad bonds irregular.
State se unties quiet.
The stock market in early dealings exhibited much
buoyancy, and prices advanced 14 2 per cent., the
latter in Chicago, Burlington & Quincy. During the
afternoon there was a free selling movement, and
prices declined to 2% per cent., trunk line shares
and Lake Shoie and Western Union leading iu the
downward movement. The final sales showed a
fractional recovery i-i some instances from the lowest
pomt of the day. The Market Nation 1 bank will re
duce its capital stock from $1,000,000 to $500,000, on
the 1st of January next.
At the close transactions aggregated 244,000 shares,
of which 5,00 wereEie 65,000 Lake Shore 4,000
Wabash 27,000 Northwestern common: 2,00J North
western preferred 12,000 St. Paul common 17, 00
^t. Paul preferred 3rt,o00 Lackawanna 3,000 Union
Pacific 4,000 C. C. & I. and 31,000 "Western Union.
Money eaty a 6 per cent. closed at 3 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper 67 per cent.
The assistant treasui er disbursed $298,000.
Custom receipts 250,000.
Clearings $12 0 M),000.
Sterling, long 82, short 83.
Produce exports for uie week, $5,695,000.
The following were the closing quotations:
Coupons,'81 108 [New 4^8, coupons
Coupons, '65, new. 103 New 4 per cents
Coupons, '67 105% 10-40s, regular
Coupons, '68 104& Coupons
New 5s 105% (Currency 6s
Western Union Tel.. 97
103^ 100 10fi^
C. O. C. & I 31
New Jersey Central 29
Rock Island 115
Mil. & St. Paul 31V8
Mil. & St. Paul pfd 66H
Tort Wayne 96'4
Terre Haute 1K,
Terre Haute pfd 5^,
Chicago & Alton. &\y,
Chicago & Alton pfd,102'/4
Ohio & Mississippi.. 1%
D. L. & W 51ys
A. & P. Telegraph.. 27
Missouri Pacific... 1\
C. B. &Q Ill
Hai nibal & St. Jo... 14
C. P. bonds 106H
U. P. bonds 106
P. land grant. 105%
Tennessee 6s, old 30 (Virginia 6s, new 22
Tennessee 6s, new....31 V Missouri 6s 105
Virginia 6s, old 22
Foreign Money Market.
LOHDON, Oct. 295 V. M.
Amount of bullion gone into the Bank of England
on balance to-day 818,000.
Money 941-16 Account'. 94 3-16
UNITED STATES 8JECUBITIBS.
NewV/i coupons. ..lOSVi'Reading 13 4
10-408, 8 B., '67
New 5s IO654
Erie preferred 28%
Illinois Central 80H
Pennsylvania Cent'rl SSJ4
'PARIS, Oct. 29.
Markets in Detail.
The following quotations giving the range of the
markets during the day were received by
MORTON, MOORE & Co.,
LIVEBFOOI.. Oct. 2810:00 A H.
Wheat strong. *"'*&.* ~,Jt"
Floating cargoes turn dearer. ?JZ* ji,t
Cargoes on passage firmer. "*L.t C^ ^s
Corn off coast 6d higher. )f-~ "V*,
LIVKHPOOL, Oct. 2910:30 A. u.
Market firm at full quotation*.
N EW YOKK, Oct. 2911:00 A M.
Corn opens fairly active.
Wheat very little doiug and prices dull on call.
N EW YOBK, Oct 29-1:0o p. w.
Wheat inactive tame, 800 bid No 3 Milwaukee
93c bid No 2 Chicago.
N EW YOBK, Oct. 292:00 M.
Wheat easier fair inquiry No 3 Milwaukee 850
Nov* Dec Nov. Dec.
9:30 A M. 81J4 83 4 80SJ 82V4
9:45 81 83% 80% 82ft
10:00 80% 83f 80fs 82X
10:15 60X 8314 80%
10:30 80 83H 80* 82*@J4
10:46 80& 82.S 80J4 82
11:00 -aijg 82 80& 81J6
11:15 .80* 822 80 81H@5i
11:30 80i 82% 80 81ft@K
11:45 80 82 79% 81
12:00 80 8214 7925 '.814
12:15 P.M 80 82& 79%
12:30 80*6 82% 79 81%
12:45 80 82% 79% 81%
1:00 80 82?s 79X@80 81%
2:00 80 81%%
2:30 80*6 82% mSh.% 81%
2:45 80% 82% 80% fcl%@%
3:00 82% 80%ifiJ34 81
3:15 80V4 82% 80% 81%@82
3:30 8054 82% i% 81%
Wbea* receipts 13 Chicago, 239,849 bushels ship
me:. 1106,153 !:ia-heijs.
W i-je.r stiiwaukse. 65,760 bosheis shir-
tnfcGifc 41,994 tu&ud>
9:30 A. 337@34
10:00 34 33%
10:45 33K 33%
11:15 333 33
11:45 335 32
1^:00 vt 33% 82*
12:15 P. S3& 32
12: 333 32^
33% 82 3
2:00 33%@ 33
2:30 332 33
3:00 33% 33
3:30 3d%@% 33
Corn receipts in Chicago, 229,889 bushels ship
9:30 A. 7 02% 7 07%
7 00 7 05*07%
10:00 7 00 7 1.5
Beans 5(X&2 00
New York isa20
New (Wisconsin) I6a00
Ground Teed $15 OOals so
Bran 6 50a7 00
Shorts 9 ooalO 00
Com Meal (100 tts) 125
Store packed medium 5a 7
Oany, good i2u
Choice from known dairies 2Ua22
Meas Pork 9 00a9 50
Hams, country 5Ja7
7 02% 7 05@07%
10:45 7 00 7 07*4
"JW 7 00 705@07%
11:30 6 95 7 02
H:45 6 HO 7 Ooa.02%
12:00 6 90 7 00
12:15 p. st fi 92V4 705
12:30 6 92'4 7 024
1:" 6 92%@95 7 02%@05
2:30 6 92*, 7 02%
3'0 6 92% 7 02%
3:15 6 92% 7 02%
3:30 6 90 7.02%
:30 A. 6 95 00 6 OOae 02%
9:45 5 95 6 00
K:H 5 97% 6 02%
10:15 5 95@97% 6 00@6 024
l: 5 97% 6 00
11:00 5 6 00
11:30 5 5 6 00
11: S 2% 5 1714
12:00 6 95 5.97%
1^.15 P. 5 92% 5 9-%
l:"0 5 92%@95 5 95ft97%
2 30 5 924 6 95
":'0 5 92% 5 95
3:15 5 92^ 5 95
3:30 6 924 6 95
SPECIAL MARKET BULLETINS
Received by the "Globe" During Yesterday.
[Special Telegram to the Globe,
CHICAGO, Oct, 29-9: 0 A. M.Beerbrhm and pri
vate cables both quote English markets as strong,
but quotations unchanged. Thiuk we will have a
firmer market here at the opening, but the line of
shorts out are not large, and the fear of deliveries on
the first will check an advance.
[Associated Press Markets.]
Milwaukee Produce Market.
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 23.
FLOURQuiet and unchanged.
GRAIN\\heat opened dull and %c higher, and
closed steady No. 1 hard 98c No. 1, 83c No. 2,
bOo October 80c November 80Jic December 82Hc
No. 3, BS^c No. 4, 59%o rejected 50c. Cora steady
with a fair demand. No. 2, 34c. Oats easier No. ii
18c. Eye steady No. 1, 44c. Barley low er: No. 2.
PROVISIONSWeak and quiet Mess pork $6.92
cash aud October. Lard, prime steam, $5.95.
FREIGHTSWheat to Buffalo 3%g35c
RECEIPTS9,595 barrels flour 15,760 bushels
SHIPMENTS16,107 barrels fiour 41,994 bushels
Chicago Produce Market.
CHICAGO, Oct. 29.
FLOURDull and unchanged
WtlEATActive aud lower No. 2 red winter 83%c
cash No. 1 Chicago 79^0 cash, Hi%(q,Ws Novem
ber 81%@81%c December No. 3 Chicago 67m.(fo
87%c: rejected 54c. Corn dull, weak aud lower 38&c
cash and November, 32^0 December.Oats 6trouger
19!jicca-h and November l')J(o December. Rve
firmer. *4c. Barley dull and lower 92(,i4 cash.'
PKOVISIONSPork dull, weak and lower: $7.50
ca-h 6.l05t6.9 October 6.92*(&b.<J November
email@example.com December. Lard dull and prices a shade
lower $5.95f5.974 cash and November 5.97H
h.OO De. ember. Bulk meats dull and a snade lower
WHISKYbteady and unchanged $1.08.
FREIGHTSCorn to Buflalo 3c.
RECEIPTS13,000 barrels flour 241,000
bushels wheat: 2W.000 bushels corn 51,000busheli-
oats: 12 000 bushels re 55,010 bushels barley.
SHIPMENTS14,0)0 battels flour 108,000 bushels
wheat lt9,00 bushels corn 63,000 bushels oate
36,000 rye 59,000 bushels barley.
GIUIN Wheat active M)%c November 81%@82
December. Corn firm advanced %c. Oats dull.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
CHICAGO, Oct. 28.
HOGSThe Drovers' Journal reports hog receipts
24,'00 shipments 1,0110 choice heavy firstname.lastname@example.org
light 3.05^3.10 packing 3.003.20.
CATTLEReceipts 2,000 shipments 710 steady
with a fair demaud good natives 3.i 0'g4.3( feeders
and stackers slow 2.i0(ia 3.3d butchers' firm cows
Kf^.W steers 2.70 ft.4.00 bulls 1 U02.40 western
scarce 2 605(3.40 Texaus 2.00&2 70.
SHEEPReceipts 630 dull $2.00g3.00
St. Lonls Produce Market.
S T. LOUIS Oct. 29.
FLOURUnchanged. GRAINWheat lower No. 2 red fall 82%82%c
cash 82Kfj831i November 85%&?5% December:
1 4c. Com quiet at ,t2c cash 31%c
November 3tf 34'c December. Oats easier at 19
g20c cash 20,gC
bid December. Rye better at 40/s
40^c Barley uni hanged.
WHISK YSteady at $1,118.
PROVISIONSPork dull at $7.
0^7 60. Dry salt
meats nominal. Bacon dull at $4.25^15.25^,5.51).
Lard dull: $5.75 bid
RECEIPTS-4,(IC0 barrels flour 17,000 bushel?
wheat 4,000 bushels corn 11,000bushels oats none
of rye 7,000 bustle's barley
SHIPMENTS8,iH)fl barrels flour: 25,000 bushels
*heat 3,000 bushels corn 1,000 bushelf oats none
of rye none of barley.
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
S T. LOUIS, Oct. 29.
HOGSFirmer light shipping and Yorkers S2.c0
(S05: packing and Bostons d.001%3.20 butchers"
and Philadelphia 3.05353.IO receipts 3,8iX) head
shipments 3,2o0 head.
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHII.AOEI.FBIA, Oct. 29.
FLOURQuiet superfine %i 50&3 00 extra 3 i)
f?$3.50 Minnesota family 4.c0&6.00 high gradeb
GRAINWheat dull No 2 red 991-2S93&C
amber $1.00 white 1.(35)1.05 No. 2 Chicago
c. Corn steady yellow 4H@48%c mixed 47 i-2g
47%c. Oats dull white 26&2c mixed 24@26c.
Rye quiet western 54^56c.
PROVISIONS Dull. Pork $9.25@8 50. Beef,
India mess $l".00@l*.50. Hams, smoked 9% a 10 l-2c
pickled 8(^8 l-2c green 5 l-2@6c. Lard dull prime
PETROLEUMDull refined9%c crude 7%c.
Boston Produce Market.
BOSTON, Oct. 29.
FLOURFair demand: western superfine $3,003
3 25 common exlra3.75(gs4.25 Wisconsin extra
4.05 Minnesota do 4.50&6 00 winter wheat dull.
GRAINCorn dull mixed and yellow 6l4@54c:
steamer 50 l-2@51c. Oats firm No. 1 and extra
white 3fi@39c No.2 32%(&33c No 2 white 29%&
30c mixed 29%32c.
New York Produce Market.
N EW YOBK, Oct 29.
COTTON9 ll-lfic futures weak.
FLOURNominally unchanged more doing re
ceipts 20,000 barrels superfine state andwestern $3.00
3.55 common to good 3.50@3 85 good to choice
3.9t@4M white wheat extra 4.55(g.5.25 extra Ohio
3.55ai5.00 St. TUB email@example.com Minnesota patent
GRAINWheat,receipts402,"0t bushels rejected
spring 75c ungraded 84S,86c No. 3 spring 85c
Sheboygan spring S7c: No. 2 do 93c ungraded red
88&$1.03 No.firstname.lastname@example.org No. 1 do email@example.com
ungraded amber firstname.lastname@example.org No. 2 amber 984c@l.'0
ungraded white 1.00 a 1.05 No. 2 do 1.00 No. 1 do
sales 105,000 bushels at 1.031(1.05 extra do, sales 16,-
000 bushels at 1.08. Rye, western 57%@58c. Bar
ley dull 6-rowea state $email@example.com. Malt quiet.
Corn, demand lair and firm receipts 139,000 bushels:
ungraded 45Vj@464c No. 3, 46%@46Ho. Oats, de
mand active: receipts 88,000 bushels: No 3, 27%
27&c do whire28%c No. 2, 284 do white
30%c No. 1 do 30c do white 32%c, mixed western
274a304c white western 29@34c.
HOPSFirm. GROCERIESCoffee quiet and unchanged. Sugar
dull fair to good refining 7 %@7% c. Molasses quiet
New Orleans, old, 25@35c new 4065c. Bice
steady Carolina and Louisiana 6@63h,o.r*
TALLOWHeavy at 6 ll-16@6fcc
B08INDull at $1.374@l-40. & ~wj^#^
TURPENTINEDull at 28%c
PRODUCEEgga firmer western 20%@31c But-
ter steady western G25c Cheese heavy western
PROVISIONS-Pork steady and firm mess $7.75
-8.3 l'eef quiet and steady. Cut meats dull
western long clear middles $firstname.lastname@example.org thort do
87 l-16c. Lard quiet prune steam 6 email@example.comU.
_. Foreign Produce Market. LONDON, Oct. 29.
TALLOW36s. PETROLEUMRefined 7a l%d@78 3d.
LINSEED OIL-26s lOd.
_ ASTWEBP, Oct. 29.
LrvEHPoot., Oct. 29.
COTTONIrregular 5 3-16a6%d sales 5,000
bales for speculation and export 500 bales
Amenc 4,40o bales.
CORNNew western mixed 23 Pda23s 9d
PROVISIONSBacon, long dear 32s.
RECEIPTSWheat, past 3 days, 22,000 quarters
American 15,000 quarters
YARNS AND FABRICS-At Mamaiester neavy aad
depressed all branciw
New York Dry Goods.
N YOBK. Oct 29.
Dry goods business continues quiet with comis
sion houses and jobbing trades sluggish. Cotton
goods quiet but fairly steady first hands. Atlantic
brown sheetings reduced in price. Pirate quiet aud
ginghams alow sale. Ment wear widens moving
slowly, but cloakings in fair demand.
CONSTRUCTING A SEWER ON WABA-
SHAW STREET FROM SEVENTH
STREET TO COLLEGE AVENUE,
OFPTCF. OF THE BOA BD OF PUBLIC WOBKS,
CTCY OF ST. PAUL, Minn., Oct. 25, 1878.
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works, in and for th-s corporation of
the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office
said city, until 12 M. on the 6th day of No
vember, A. 1878. for
CONSTRUCTING A SEWER ON WABA-
SHAW STREET, FROM THE CENTER
OF SEVENTH STREET TO COLLEGE
according to plans and Rpecifications on file in
the office of said Board.
A bond, with at least two hureties, in a sum
of at least 2(1 per cent, of the gross amount bid
must accompany each bid.
The said Board reoerves the right to reiect
any or all bids.
CONSTRUCTING SEWER ON NINTH
STREET FROM ROBERT TO JACK
OFFICE OF THE BOABD OF PUBLIC WOBKS. I
CITY OF ST. PAUL, Minn., Oct. 25, 1878. i
Sealed bidB will be received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation of the
city of St. Paul, Minn., at their office in said
city, until 12 on the 6th day of November
A. 1878, for
CONSTRUCTING A SEWER O N NINTH
STREET FROM ROBERT SIBEET
O JACKSON STREET,
according to plans and specifications on file in
the office of said Board.
A bond, with at least two sureties, in a sum of
at least 20 per cent, of the gross amount bid,
must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject
any or all bidB.
Official: R. GOBMAN,
Clerk Board of Public Works.
CONSTRUCTING A SEWER ON NINTH
STREET FROM WABASHAW TO
OFFI CE OF HE BOABD O PUBLIC WOHKS,
CITY OF ST. PAUL, Minn., Oct. 25, 1878.
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works in and for the corporation of the
city of St. Paul, Minn., at their office in Baid
city, until 12 M. on the 6th day of November,
A. 1878. for
CONSTRUCTING A SEWER O N NINTH
STREET FROM WABASHAW O
according to plans and specifications on file
in the office of said Board.
A bond with at least two sureties, in a sum
of at least 20 per cent, of the gross amount bid
must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves tho right to reject
any or all bids.
H. M. RICE, President.
Official: R. GOBMAN,
Clerk Board of Public Works.
What is it 7 A Cathartic and Regulator.
YERBA BUKMA JBl'r'J'JBiJBS
Cures impurities of the blood.
VERBA. JBUJ^JN TA BITTERS
Cures liver and kidney complaints.
VERBA. BLTlOrA. BITTERSr
Cures indigestion and dyspepsia.
YERBA. BTJE3STA. BITTERS
Cures billiousiiess and constipation.
YRHHA. BLTPJMA. BUTERS
Cures intermittent aud bullous fevers.
For sale by all druggists.
Kdward Biggs will supply the trade wlib
Yerba Bueiia Bitters at Chicago prices. 2 I7-I
By virtue of an execution issued out and under
the seal of the District Court of the State or Minne
sota, in and for 'he Second Judicial District and
county of Ramsey, uoon a judgment docketed there
in on the 19th day of October, 1868, upon a trans, npt
of a judgment rendered on the 24th day of Septem
ber, 1868, in an action in a justice's court of said
county of Ramsey, in favor of H. B. Montgomery,
plaintiff, and again61 Valentine Smith aud Catherine
Smith, his wife, defendants, I, James King, Sheriff
of taid county, have levied on, and en Wednesday,
the twentieth day of November, A. D. 1878, at ten
clock in the forenoon of that day, at the front door
of the old Court House, in the city of 8t. Pan!, in
*a4d connty of Bamsey, will sell at public auction to
the highest bidder, pursuant to the statute in such
case provided, the 'Uowinff described real property
ia said connty of Bamsey, State of Minnesota, to-wit:
Lot four (4) in block three (3) in Markley & Walk
er's addition to Hoyt's addition to the city of Saint
Paul, according to the recorded plat thereof on file
in the office of the Register of Deeds of said Bamsey
Dated St. Paul, October 9,1878.
_ .1 Sheriff of Bamsey connty.
LAMPREY & JAITES,
C1TATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF BAM-Mixed
O sey88.In Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of John H. Kamerling,
On reading and filing the petition of Ida Earner
ling, of Bamsey county, representing, among other
things, that John H. Kamerling, late of said county,
on the 6ih day of October, A-1). 1878, at Samt
Paul, died intestate, and beipg an inhabitant of this
county at the tune of his death, leaving goods, chat
tels, and estate within this, county, and that the said
petitioner 1B the widow of said deceased, and praying
chat administration of said estate be to Warren
Granger granted: It is ordered, that said petition be
heard before the Judge of this Court, on Saturday,
the 23d day of Novumber, A. D, 1878, at ten o'clock
A. M., at the city of Saint Paul, in said county.
Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to the
heirs of said deceased, and to ail persons interested,
by publishing a copy of this order for three succes
sive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in the DAILY
GnoBK, a newspaper printed and published at St.
Paul in said connty.
Dated at Saint Paul, the 23d day of October. A.
By the Court, 3
7 tSKSTB? O'GOBMAN,
J^_ &pfcA^ Judge of Probate.
St. I*aul Railroad Time Tahte*.
'First Division St. Pan) A Pacific KaM.oad
Main Line torough trams for Litchfield, VUJni
Benson. Morns, Giyndon, Crookston, liahe
Landing and Manitoba.
8t. Paul 5:00 p.m. Fishers A.'gH.36 a,
Minneapolis 6:10 p. m. MlmjeapDUt,l0:lI a,
Fisher's Landing 4:P0 Ht. P*n .10:42 a.m
St. Paul 7:10 am Minneapolis 4.32
Mmneapoi 8:36 am St. Paul. .5:40pa
Branch Ln through train for St. Cloud. Braineic
8t.Paul 7:30 a. I Minneapolis 5-30 p. is
Minneapoi.6. 7:30 a. m. St. Paul 6,pmi
8* tun, Minneapolis and MinnetoDka trains.
St. Paul 7:30 a. m. 1 Minneapolis 3:30
8t.Paui 11:35 a. m. Minneapolis 6:40
81. Paul 3:00 p.nu Minneapolis 6.2o
St. Paul 6:00 p.m. Mmntai out 8:C2
Paul 6:50 p. m. Minueor-oiisio .11
Wyzata 9:28 a.m MuiLea^oiia 3:00
yzat a 3:1 8
Minneapolis 4auk Rapids
Giyudnn Moorhead Fargo Faigo Bismarck Duluth
S. P. .Junction
Official: R. GOBMAN.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Through Chicago & East
Through Chicago & East
Iowa and Minnesota Div.
Prairie du Chieu, Milwau
kee and Oicago Express
St.Louis Kansas City Ex
p.m p. a
I Mlnneapo'if 4.0 0
8:1 a ni
12:0 5 pm
Minneapolis 8:166 a. ni. i Minneapolis 4.^2
Minneapolis 12:05 p.. m.. Minneapolis 5:65
Ht. Paul 2-35 p. m.
8t Pan)'- 5.00 p.m.
I St. Paul 5:41 p.
St. Paul ..6.40 p.m.
Waysata 10.08 a
3t. PauL 8.34 a
St. Paul 10.43 am.
Pullman 82eeping Cars will run on the Main 'Lin*
Trains leaving 8t- Paul at 6:00 p. m. Cars rim
through to Fibher's Landing w*thout chan gc. sntf
connect there with Bed Bi\er Transportation Co't
Steamers for Manitoba and all point. North on Bed
Biver. J. FARLEY, Geu 1 Manager.
W. 8. ALEXAHDER, GenM Ft. & T'kt. Ag t.
Northern Pacifle Railroad.
Depot foot of 8ibley atreet. Ticket and reign
office. No. 48 Jackson ntrvt.
Trams. Westward. Kasrwaiu.
Le. Le. Le. Le. Le.
11:10 a. iu.
7:55 p. n..
At. I*. At *Le. Ar.
:30p 3:10 m.
6 Oft a to.
7:2"5 p. n.
8 15 p. m.
l":05p. 8'55 a. m. Ar.
Exi^pt Miinlay ttxci pi aaiurdt
Trams via the Brainerd Bianch leave St. Panl
daily, except Sunday, making a daj run of twelve
hours to Fargo.arrtvinK at BiMnarck at 7 the following
morning,a vui nearly mile* in diKtance ovej to*
old route da N. P. Junction. Connection made 4
Bismarck with stages for Deadwood aim all points is
the Black dills. Also with first da oat to luirt
Beaton and all points on the Upper Missouri Biver
aud the Yellowstone.
Connects at St. Paul with trains to all points Fas
and 8011th. At Duluth with steamer* to ain frotn all
Lake points, both American and Canadian also alto
Hteamew. running in connection wit) onsin 'e
tral Railroad, at Ashland. In effect Sejt. 29 1878
H. E. SARGENT. General Manager
G. G. SANBORN. GMI. Passer ger Aeent.
Chleatro, Milwaukee & St. Paul KaUvrwy.
Passenger Depot foot of Jackson street. Ticket "no
Freight Office Southeast Corner of Third and Jack
son streets. Charles Thompson, Ticket Agen?. 8t.
11 :M am *1.64
+7:40 *5-47 am
6:10 a Ui
6.27 If". 60 a TO t:25
I *S:16 2S a in
Htt Paul and Minneapolis trains via jt'ort Snolliije
live. St. Paul }6:00 am Arr.MlcnftpoUs^6:KB a ID
Lve. Minneapolis*6 :P0 am
1:5 0 in
Arr.St. laul *6:60m
tSaturdayR excepted JMon
8t. Pao.1 & Sioux QJty Railroad.
Depot foot of Jneknon orreet.
Omaha, Kansas City aud
St. James Accomdat'n. I
8t Paul 9:20 am
Stillwater 7:40 am
7:00 am 6 IS sr
Tho 3:30 p. m. train connects at Werriani Ju:..'fon
with the Minneapolis and St. Louis R. fi. for prints
south. All trains daily except Snndav.
W. H. DIXON, Gen. T'kt Ag't.
Southern Minnesota Railway, Connecting at
Ramsey with C. & St. Trains Snxrh
At Wells with Central Railroad of Minnesota, and
at La Crosse with O. M. & St. P. Railway for all
Going WestTrains leave La Crosse 7 67 am
Trains pass Bamsey 3 42 in
Going EaatTrains pass Bamsey 10:45
Arrive at La Crosse 6:25
St. Paul, Stillwater,Taylors Falls, and fortt
Depot foot of Jackson street.
St. Paul aud Stillwater Trains.
Stillwater 10:35 a
8tPaul 9:00 a
North W iacoiibiii TrahiB.
Depart I Arrive
''tPaul 1:00 I Clavton 6:30pm
Clayton. 5:30 a I St Paul 11:20am
Ar New Richmond 4:10 and 7:45 a m.
St. Panl & Duluth Railroad.
Depot foot of Siblev itreft.
Trains. Leave ftr.
.:(V' a I
All trains daily except nuoday
To ami from the St. Paul & Duluth depot foot ot
Third street only. All others from St. Paul Parinc
lepot. foot of Nihly f,tret
Chicago, St. Paul and Minneapolis 1 I
C-mprising th- ChUneo. St Paul & iH in
ntapnliri -us*i Chicago and NorthwBMOTn
Railways. Depot foot of Sibley street. Ticket tnd Freight
office, uortbwest corner Third and Jackson street*.
Charles H. Petsch, Ticket Agent.
ThrougVi Chicago and
Eastern Express I
St. Louis Express
Passengers at St Paul lee^e
by the St. Paul & Sioux u.y
R. B., at 3:30 p. M. connect
big at Mernam June alfo
leave 8t Paul & Pacific it.
R. at 3:00 connecting at
Minneapolis daily, Sundays
excepted. Train on Sat to
day runs as far as Albert
Mixed Minneapolis and Mer
riam Junction, connecting
for local stations and St. P.
4 8. C. R. R. aa far as Wor
Mixed Minneapolis ard White
lieai Lake and Duluth..
7 M0 p.
6 60 a.
*2 24 in.
55 a. ni
Oouuecuous made at Camp Dougl^ for Milwaukee.
Sundays excepted. rSaturdays excepted. tMon
Minneapolis Railroad Time Table.
3JLluue vHo & nt. Ltiuin lUtntvnj Aooit
Line Iowa Route via Burl fug-ton.
Running through express trains with Pullman
palace car sleepers to St. Louis without change. 28
miles "shorter than auv other route.
Minneapolis and White
Bear Lake aud Stillwater.. 10:00am 5:10 pm
Omaha Ex., for all points on
St. P. & 8 O. R'y., Omaha
and CalifornlD 3:50pm 11:30am
Trains arrive and depart from the Hi. Pul St Pad
fie depot, Minneapolis.
Tickets and sleeping car berths setuieg at city
ticket office, No. 8 Washington avenue, (ppoMl
Nicollet House) W. G. Teller, licket Agent, and at
St. Paul & Pacific depot, Minneapolis, and at 116 Eaat
rhird street, St. Paul.- Go. H. HAZZAJO* licbti
**Mt. OHAB. HATCH. Gea. Mao..
A. H. Bront. G*a !w- Ap
C. McNAMAEA Proprietor.
Cor. Wabaehaw and Bfxjh streets, -_
?lrt ClMi. but Only $2.00 Per Oar