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Vr.vr Yokk, April 24.—11 a. m.—Stocks:
The depression in stocks was renewed this morn
ing and prices dropped H®l% percent. Phila
delphia <k Reading declined to 41%, Oregon
Transcontinental i">H, Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul 84J4, Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
111 '■:, Missouri, Kansas & Texas 15%. At pres
ent the market is steady with a rally of ].■/■_ i
Money easy at 1%<&2 per cent. Prime
mercaniile paper 4 per cent. Bar silver,
81.1 1%. Sterling exchange firm; $4.87}) long.
Governments—Four and a halfs a fraction
higher, fours unchanged, threes Va per cent.
Bonds—Railroad bonds weaker: New Tork,
Lake Erie <fc Western new seconds fell from 83
to HI H and rallied to 88; New York, West Shore
fives declined to 60 [, Bansas Pacific
consols 92, Denver consols 75%, Denver & Rio
Grande Western firsts 54. Sales of New York,
Lake Erie & Western consols the first two hours
$300,000, and New York, West Shore & Buffalo
Stocks—Weak and lower the past hour. West
ern Union Telegraph declined to 04 7«, Chicago,
Milwaukee <!c St. Paul 68ft,Denver & Rio Grande
Pacific Mail 45}*. Stocks strong and high
er and after midday advanced J4@U4 per cent.,
succeeded by a weaker feeling. After 2 o'clock
a rally occurred and the market contined strong
till the close. Union Pacific was in good demand
and commanded 1-10 percent, per diem for nee.
This Stock rose to 07; i, Missouri Pacific 81 %,
:•>, Milwaukee <fc St. Paul 84, Western Un
ion Telegraph 00. Philadelphia & Reading was
heavy and declined t044!4. The market closed
Strong except Philadelphia & Reading.
Morning Hoard Quotations.
Threes 100V4 Fours coupons. ..123%
4;.sdo 113 Vi Pacific 0s of '95..129
Adams Express..lBB N. J. Central.... 8214
Allegheny Cent.. 12 Noilh'll Pacific... ~'<t:.,
Alton* T.H BO do preferred... 46ft
do preferred.*.. 02 Northwestern 114
American 96# do preferred.. .140
8., C. i:. \. N.... 00 N. \. Central.... 118J4
Canada Southern. 49 N. Y.,C. &St. L. 7%
Central Pacific... 56 do preferred... 15J4
Chicago & Alt 136 % Ohio Central 8
do preferred...l4s Ohio & Miss 19&
C.,ls..fc(£ 121 do preferred... 90
C.,St.L. &N. 0.. 84% Ontario & West.. 48? a
p., S. & Cleve... 85 O.R.* N 75ft
Cleveland & Col.. 57 Oregon Trans 15J4
Delaware & a...104J£ Pacific Mail 45ft
Del. * Lack 118 Panama 98
Denver &R. G... 14 Deoria, D. & E... 15%
Eric 18J4 Pittsbnrg 140
do preferred... 50J4 Reading 45%
Fort Wayne 130 Rock Island 119
Han. & St. Joe... 88J4 St. L. &B.F 14
do preferreed.. 88}4 do preferred... 45;4
Ilnrlem 107 do Ist pref'd... 90
Houston* Tex.. 38 Mil. & St. Paul... 84),
Illinois Central... 128 do preferred. ..115
Did., ISA- West.. 15J4 Si.Paul & Man.. 90
Kansas* Texas.. 16 St. Paul &• O'ha.. 31^
Lake Erie* W.. 11 ?£ do preferred... 95^
Lake Shore 96 Texas Pacific 15%
L'ville* Nash... 46J4 Union Pacific... 00%
L., N. A. & C 25 United States 00
M. &. C. Ist pfd. 10 Wiib., St. L. AP. 9H
do 2d pref'd... 5 do preferred... 16
Memphis* C 84 Wells & Farg0...112
Mich. Central 85 West. Union T.*.. 05%
Minn's & St. L... 14 Quicksilver 4
do preferred... 29 -/ 2 do preferred... 25ft
Mo. Pacific 8J Jb Pullman Pal. Car.11054
Mobile & Ohio.. 1. 10 C, St. L. & Pitts. 8
Morris* I- Issex.. 124 '■'> do preferred... 20
N., C. .V St. L.... 52
•Asked, tliid. JOffered. Ex. int. §Ex.
Moupv pasy al 2@2ft percent., closing offered
lft. Prime mercantile paper 4®5'4 per
cent. Sterling exchange, bankers' bills linn
ai si.*;-'., : do. ex. demand, §4.89 ft.
Bonds—Railroad bonds generally weak; New
York, Luke Erie * Western new seconds ex
ceptionally strong, rising to 84.
State Securities —Quiet.
Stocks—ln the stock market, notwithstanding
(he weakliest throughout the morning, a firmer
torn iii tlie afternoon diminished the general de
cline, and though, twenty-seven out of iorty
stocks traded in during the day closed lower
than la it night, tie* declines being small in all
except New York, Lake Erie & Western
preferred, which showed a net decline of 2 per
cent, for the day, Pittsburg & Fort Wayne 1,
New Jersey Central lft, Oregon Navigation 1,
Oregon Improvement l'/i and Philadelphia*
Reading lft. On the other hand Union Pacific,
Western Union Telegraph, .Missouri Pacific,
Louisville A Nashville and a few others show a
gain of 'off; % pe* cent. Philadelphia* Read
ing was raided on reports that the March state
ment would be unfavorable. Union Pacific sold
"seller sixty"' at a difference of IJ4@~ per cent.
below the price in the regular way. The presi
dents of the New York, Lake Erie * Western
and Rochester & Pittsburg were not only unable
to agree to-day in regard to a method of settling
the competitive war on coal prices, but were also
unable to agree upon a plan for submitting their
difficulties to arbitration. Specie engagements
for Saturday's steamers, §1,350,000.
The transactions aggregated 430,000 shares:
Delaware, Lackawanna * Western 43,000;
New York, Lake Erie & Western 13,000;
Lake Shore 31,000: Missouri Pacific 16,000; New
York Central 6,000; Pacific Mail 7,000; Phila
delphia & Reading 78,000; Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul 50,000; Texas Pacific 7.000: Union Pa
cific 76,000; Western Union Telegraph 21,000;
NortherxLPacific 17.000: Oregon Transcontinental
22,000; Canadian Pacific 7,000.
There was a marked increase in the volume of
business in mining stocks compared with the
business of the past week. Prices irregular but
with the exception of Comstocks firm. Horn
Silver sold at 7ft@7ft on buyers' options, Bodie
strong at 450@460, Belle Isle at 37, Eureka 415
fi 125, Rappahannock 18 and Grand Prize'3s@3o.
Alice weak at 285, Navajo 200, Mexican 25,
California 21, Ophir 155 aud Union Consolidated
190. Breece was only steady at 30 and Chryso
lite 97®98@96, Sutro Tunnel 13. The sales in
cluded Castle Creek at 22, L'nion Consolidated
1,75, Standard 105©170, Bulwer 90, La Crosse 13,
Central Arizona 20, Decatur 07, Navajo 250, Horn
Silver 7 % buyer thirty and sixty, Iron Silver 87
®'J0 and Little Chief 45.
BOSTON RAILROAD AND XININii.
Old Colony 142 ft Atch.*Top.lst7sl2lft
Rutland pfd do land grant 7s
dp common 805.,H&E.7s
Al'oucz Mine Co. 1 do4|sS
Calumet* II 178 Easternß.R.6s..lllft
Catalpa ft K.C.St.J.&C.B.7"s
Copper Falls L.R. A Ft.s. 7s
Franklin Bft N. V". &N. E. 7's
Pewabic lft Atch.& Top. R.R. 171 X
Quincy 30i,i Bost.* Albany.. 180
Ridge....- Bost. & Maine...l 37
Silver Islet C, B. & Q 122
Wis. Central Cm.. S. & Cleve.. 10
do preferred Eastern R. R 38
Osceola 14ft Flint &P. M 26
Central do preferred.. .10." 1.
Huron L. R. * Ft. S
1., C. &St.L. Ist 6s .... N.Y.&N.E.... 14
Toledo.D. &8.1 O. S. C. pfd
Water Power 2ft do common
Boston Land 5 7s
SAN FRANCISCO MINING.
Alta 100 Hale* Norcross.loo
Belcher 100 Martin White
Belle Isle Mexican 90
Best* Belcher.. 125 Mount Diablo
Bodie Consol 412 ft Navajo 237 ft
California Northern Belle
Chollar 75 Ophir 25
Consol. Cala Potosi
Consolidated Va.. 20 Savage 20
Crown Point 112 ft Sierra Nevada 150
Day Union Consol 175
Eureka Con 412 ft Utah 137 ft
Gould*Curry...ll2ft Yeliow Jacket
Afternoon Board Quotations.
Stocks and bonds closed at the following
Three per cents. .100 ft Fours coupons.. .12354
4fts coupons.... 112'g Pacific 0s of '95. .129
La. consols Tlli Term. 6s, new 42
Missouri 0s 100 Virginia 0s 40
St.. Joe ilo'i Consols*: 40
Term. Os, old 42 Deferred 6ft
C. P. Bonds, lst.ll.'Ht U. P. land grant. .107 ft
Erie seconds 837s Sinking fund*...ll3
Lehigh* W ....104 Tex. P. grant 8.. 40
St. P.* S. Cist. 117 do Rio G. div.. 70
U. P. Bonds,lst..ll4?i
Atoms Express..l3s Mobile* 0hi0... 10
Allegheny Cent.. 12 Morris* EssexJ.l2s
Alton & T. H.... 48 N.. C. & St. L.... 52
do preferred*.. 92 N.J. Central 82ft
American 90 Norfolk* W. pf. 39
8., C. R. & N.... 00 Northern Pacific. 20^
Canadian Pacific. 46=6 do preferred... 46ft
Canada South'n.. 49ft Northwestern 1137 a
Central Pacific... sti) B do preferred. ..141
Chesapeake* O. 11 N. Y. Central... .113 ft
do Ist pref'd... 21 Ohio Central 2ft
tSoM p-.-ef'd... 14ft Ohio* Miss jojj
Chicago & A1t...13G!i do preferred... 90
do preferred... 145 Ontario & West.. 83£
C, B. & o.+ 121 14 Oregon Nay 71 M
C, St. L. & N. O. 84 Vi Oregon Trans 16%
C, St. L.&Pitts.. 9 Oregon Imp 22
do preferred... 20 Pacific Mail 46
C, S. & Cleve 35 Panama 98
Cleveland & Col.. 57 Peoria, D. & E... 14V4
Delaware & H*.. .104 Pittsburg 138
Del. & Lack 118?£ Pullman Pal. Car. UoV 2
Denver <k It. G... 14 Reading 44 %
Erie IS,4 Rock Island 119H
do preferred... 50 St. L. & S. F 23%
East T., V. & G.. G do preferred... 40
do preferred... 11 do Ist pref'd... 9954
Fort Wayne 129 Mil. & St. Paul... 83%
Han. & St. Joe... 38'/J do preferred.. .112 %
do preferred*.. 88 % St. Paul & Man... 91
Harlem 195 St. Paul & Oin'a.. 31 %
Houston & Tex.. 88 do preferred... 9U> 3
Illinois Central...l2B% Texas Pacific 16
Ind., B. & West.. 15% Union Pacific 67%
Kansas & Texas.. 10 % United States 60
Lake F.rie & W.. 14 W., St. L. & P.... 8%
Lake Shore 96 do preferred... IOV-i
Louisville & N... 4G?J Wells & Farg0...112
L.. N. A. & C*... 25 Western U. f.... 65%
M.-&C. Ist pfd.. 10 Homestake 8!4
do 2d pref'd... 5 Iron Silver 90'
Memphis &C 34 Ontario* 28
Mich. Central 85 Quicksilver 4
Minn's & St. L... 14 do preferred... 24
do. preferred... 29 \/ t South. Pacific
Missouri Pacific. Bljf. Sutro 14
•Asked No sales. JOffered. mat.
coup. §Ex. div. J Ex. int.
Yesterday's board transactions, like tlio?e
of Wednesday, were insignificant. At the call
wheat was bid up lcforha:d spot and futures;
regular was unchanged. Se.lers depreciated corn
2^/,lc present and futures, leaving lc between
them and buyers. Oats were steady and un
changed. Barley advanced lc; rye declined 2c;
mill stuffs were unchanged. Baled hay was stiff
at 33-50; seeds were neglected; eggs were
about steady, 100 cases spot cash sold 14J4C and
100 cases regular at 15c. Following was the call:
Wheat—No. 1 hard 99c bid, May §1 bid;
June 51.02 bid: July $1-03 bid; No. 1 regular
90c bid; No. 2 hard, 95c bid; No. 2 regular, 85c
Conx—No. 2 53c bid, 54c asked to arrive; May
56c asked : June 56c asked; July 50c asked; New
mixed, 49c bid, 51c asked.
Oats—No. 2 mixed, 31c bid, 32c asked; May
31c bid; June .'lie bid, July 31c bid; No. 3 mixed
80c bid; No. 2 white 32c bid; No. 3 white 31c bid.
Barley—No. 2, C7c bid; No. 3 extra, 57c
bid: No. 3 45c bid.
Rye—No. 2, 53c bid.
Ground Feed—sl9.oo bid.
Corn- Meal—sl9.oo bid.
Bran—Sacked, §9.00 bid.
Paled Hay—SB.oo bid.
Timothy Hay—§lo.so asked.
Boos—l4c bid; ISc asked; May 13ftc hid; 14c
asked; June, 14c bid; 15c asked; year 13c bid,
The following comparative table gives the
principal quotations at the call April 24,
1883, and to-day:
Bid. Asked. Bid Asked
Wheat No. 1 hard 1 11 1 18 99
" " May .... 115 100
" June 102
" " July* 103
"No. 1 regular. 90
No. 2 hard 1 00 1 08 95
" No. 2 regular. 1 00 85 ....
Corn, No. 2...- 52 53 . 54
" new mixed 50 49 51
Oats, No. 2 mixed 40 41>/£ 81 32
" No. 3 mixed 39 30
" 2 white 43 32
"3 " 40 31
Barley, No. 2 05 07 ....
" 3 extra 55 .... 57 ....
" 3 45 .... 45
Dye No. 2 40 53
(.round Feed 20 00 19 00
Corn meal 18 P0 19 00
Bran Sacked 12 50 9 00
Haledhay 800 850 800
Flax seed 120 130
Timothy seed 155 ...^ .... ....
Clover seed 9 00 6 00
Potatoes 45 30
Eggs 14'; 15 14 15
Receipts and shipments of grain, live stock,
produce, merchandise, etc., for the twenty-four
hours ending April 24, 1884:
Articles. Rec'd Sh'd Articles. Rec'd Sh'd
Wheat 4 25 Wood 18 2
Corn 1 .. Oil 0..
Oats 4 2 Merchandise 08101
Barley 2 .. Barrel Stock.... 1 ..
Flour 2 4 Brick 7..
Feed 1 Cement 5 ..
Hay 1 .. Lime 1 2
Potatoes 1 Stone 7 4
Wool 2 .. Pig Iron 4 1
Cattle 1 3 Railroad Iron aud
Horses and Mules 5 .. Rails 7 10
Sheep 1 1 Railroad Ties... 12 ..
Pork 3 1 Agricultural Im-
Hide's 7 plements 1 1
Lumber 83 95 Em. Movables... 2 1
Coal 25 2 Sundries 40 18
Total rec'pts 314 cars. Shipments. 382 cars.
Among the Commission Men.
The produce market is quiet aud dull. Butter
un hanged; no demand for mediums, quick
sales for prime stocks. Beans, fair demand for
choice; inferior qualities not wanted. Bacon
and ham fluctuating. Mess pork firmer but un
settled. No demand for dressed hogs; car lots
would spoil before sold; butchers only handle
them by the single carcass, and at low figures.
Cheese easier; new cream is coming in freely,
for which there is a fair demand. Flour is dull
and quiet. Dressed meats in good demand;
country dressed not wanted. Linseed oils, cake
and meal dearer. Hides in good demand.
Brewers' supplies quiet. Hay very firm and as
cending. Fruits firm; apples dearer, oranges
have advanced; lemons a shade higher. Maple
sugar firm, manufactured 12ftc; pure Vermont
and Ohio 15c.
N. B. The following prices are for round lots
Butter—Receipts liberal; grease. sc; packing
stock off flavor, 7©Be; dairy, common to fair. 10
(T/ 15c: choice roll and prints 10©18 c: creamery,
Beans—Commoi, §1.G5©1.85; medium, §2®
$2.25 ; navy $2.60(§ 2.05.
Bacon and Hams—Long clears bacon, 10% c;
dry salt 10c; shoulders, B'/@9c; hams, 13J4
Cheese—Skim, 6*4@7Mc; part cream, B*4®
95ic; full cream old, 10!i©12i£c ; full cream,fall
made, 14J4@15ftc: new 14c@cl5c,
Dkessed Meats—Beef, country dressed, 6<4®
7c; city A-essed, B%fe9i>ic; extra Easier
beef, 10c; mutton, country dressed, o©7c; city
dressed. 9*4@loc; veal, 10@11.
Flour —Patents §5.75@0: straiaht §1.75©
5.00 Bakers' XXXX, 5t.25W5.00; low grades
$firstname.lastname@example.org; Rye flour §3.50 per barrel;
graham §4©4.25 per barrel; buckwheat flour,
$0.75 07 7.00.
niDEs—Green, salted, 7!4@8%c; green, 6@7c;
dry Hint, 12c; calf, dry, 12'^c; green lie; deer,
dry, 20®25c; antelope, 20@25c; elk, 2Q@2sc;
buffalo, B©loc, damaged ft off.
Tallow —No. 1, o;i@o% ; No. 2, s'/4@6c.
Wool—Unwashed, 18@21c; washed, 20® 28c.
Honey—White clover, lS@2oc lb; buckwheat,
lie? 10c lb.
Hops—Washington Territory, 30c; New York
28c. Wisconsin, 25c.
Malt —75e©80c per bushel.
Linseed Oil —Raw, 5Tc; boiled 60c. Lin
seed meal $23®24.
Poultry—Chickens, dressed, 15©lGc per lb;
turkeys, dressed, 18©19 c; ducks and geese, 13
©15c. These prices are nominal, for scarcely
any birds are offered.
Roots—(Medicina) ginseng, §email@example.com; sen
eca snake root, 35©37 c per 10.
Fruits —Apples, 5.00®7.00; oranges, Val
encia, §5.00(^8.50 per case; Messmas
firstname.lastname@example.org; Florida, §5.00®0.00: nominal Mes
siva and Palermo lemons, §3.50©1.00; Cranber
ries', nominal Malaga grapes, 50 lb., B®B.
50: Figs, new, 10c, 18c, 20c per lb.; dates,
black in frails 7e@Bc, fard in boxes, 12c per
lb. : bananas, S:-.email@example.com per bunch.
Nuts—Hickory, large, §1.00; small, $1.25,
walnuts, 15c; almonds, 18®20c; Barcelona ha;
zel (filberts) 14c; pecans, 12@13c; Brazil, 14c;
peanuts, B®l3c; Cocoa nuts, §5.00©7.00 per
Furs—Mink, 50c®l.00; coon, Go@Soc; lynx,
2.50®4.00; musk rat. winter 10c, spring 12c,
kitts3©4c; red fox, firstname.lastname@example.org; kitts, 30@40c;
silver fox, 20.00®40.00, cross 2.50®0.00; otter,
o.oo® 10.00; fisher, 6.00©9.00; skunk, 30®75c;
badger, 50@75c; wild cat, 50@G0c; house cat, 10
©25c; marten, 1.25©3.00; wolverine, 4.00®5.00;
wolf, 1.00®3.00; prairie wolf, 75c®1.00; bear,
7.00@12.Q0; cubs, 4.00®0.00; beaver, Lake Su
perior, 3.00 @4,00 per lb.: Hudson bay, 3.00®
4.00 per lb.. Dakota, email@example.com lb.
Sweet Potatoes—lllinois, §4.50®5.00; Jer
St. Paul liive Stock.
There was very little business al the stock
yards yesterday; the market was flat and dull,
with no inquiry for beef cattle ; there was some
demand for fresh milch cows with calves, at
from SlO to §50. Good wether and teg sheep are
iv demand,old ewes slow.Hogs weak aud inactive.
The following are the quotable prices for to-day;
lowa steers, prime corn fed $0.25®6.50; lowa
steers, good, §firstname.lastname@example.org; lowa steers and heif
ers §5.00©5.50; Prime Minnesota steers §5.25©
5.75: good Minnesota steers §email@example.com; good
Minnesota mixed cattle $firstname.lastname@example.org; rough
mixed cattle §email@example.com; fat cows and oxen
§4.475; bulls §3.50©4.25; fair sheep §4.50®
5.00: good sheep §5.25®5.75. Hogs, light
§5.00; medium §5.25©5,50; heavy packers §5.75
Family Retail Market.
Bread and Floub —Wheat bread 5c per lb,
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, FKIDAT MORNING, APEIL 25, 1884.
rye bread, 5c per lb; Vienna bread, lOe per loaf;
flour straight, 2ft®3c lb. patent, 3ft®3ftc lb.
Butter—Farmhouse, 30®35c per B); cooking,
CriEESE—l2ft®lsc®2o; Swiss, 20®25c.
Coffee—Green Rio, 5@6 lbs for §1; Java
(green) 3©4 lbs for §1; Rio roast, 4®6®7 lbs
for §1; Java roast, 35c per lb, 3 lbs for§l; Mocha
Eame as Java. •
Tea—Gunpowder 50@90c; Japan from 25 to
70c; Oolong 40 to 90c; Young Hyson 50, 80, 90c.
Eggs—Strictly fresh, 15c.
Fruits—Apples, 00©75 c peck; grapes, 50@60c
lb ;Velencla oranges,3s©soc doz: Messina lemons,
~~> ' ':0c doz; cranberries, 15© 18 quart and scarce;
strawberries, 75c per basket; pine apples 75c •
each : pine cones 25c each.
Fish—Fresh. 7® 10c; white fiish and trout 15c
Meats Sirloin steak. 18c; porterhouse, 20c;
roasts, 18c; corned, 7©loc; mutton aud veal 15®
18c; for chops and roasts, pork 12ft©15c; pork
sausages, 12ftc; belognas 12ft.
Poultry and Game—Turkeys 22®25c per lb;
chickens 18®20c; wild ducks: teal, 50c, mal
lard. 75c, common 40c pair; squirrels 25c pair.
Sugars—Granulated 11 lbs for 1.00; Standard
A lift lbs for 1.00: extra Cl 3 lbs for 1.00; yel
low C 14 lbs for 1.00.
Vegetables—Beans,dry 10®12ftc quart; beets
$1 bushel; horse radish 15c lb; leeks 50c dozen;
onions 90c®1.25 bu. parsely 10c bunch: peas, dry
10c quart; parsnips 1.00 bushel; rutabagas 60c
bushel; saurkraut 15c quart; potatoes 40©50 c
bushel; turnips 00c bushel; lettuce 00c®§1.20
dozen; young onions, 50c dozen; naw Aermuda
onions,loc lb.: rhubarb, 12ftc lb.; radishes 3
bunches for 25c; greea peas, 75c©§1.00 per
Dried Fruits—Raisins, 10®25c lb. currents,
i 12 lbs. for §1.00: prunes, 12 lbs. for §1.00; dried
j apples, New York sliced, 12 ft c per lb. evaporated
per lb. dried peaches, 25®25c.
Milk—7c quart; cream GO quart.
prices to dealers onlt.
Common Boards $13 50
2nd " " 10 00
Cull " 7 50
Comm --a Stock Boards 8. 10 and 12 inch 14 00
2nd " " " " " " 1100
Ist Fencing selected 15 50
2nd " 1100
Cull " 7 00
h canting 2x4, 4x4, 10x12 and 18 ft 13 00
" " " 14 " 16 " 12 50
" " 20 " 14 00
Timbers 4x6 to Bxlo inclusive same as scant
Joists2x6 to 2x12 inclusive.
" 12,14andl0ft 12 00
" 18 " 125f
' 20 " 1350
Ist and 2nd Clear, 1 in, lft, lft and 2 inch
Rough 46 09
3rd Clear, 1 in, lft, lft inch, Rough 40 00
Aseloctl in, lft, lft inch. Rough 36 00
B " 1 " 26 00
B " lft, lft and 2 Inch 30 00
B Stock Boards 36 00
O " " 8000
D „ " 17 00
A Flooring 38 00
B '» S3 00
0 " 20 00
Fencing Flooring selected 17 oO
Xo. 1 Ship Laps 10 00
N0.2 " " 13 00
Drop Siding same as Flooring.
Ist nnd 2nd Clear Siding 22 EO
A Siding 21 Oi
B •' 1900
C « 15 00
D " from selected Fencing 1100
% Beaded Ceiling 50c more than Siding.
No. 1 Shingles per M 1 00
X " :' » 200
XX " " " 300
Lath " " 200
S. H. WOOD & CO.,
Grain ifl Stock Mi
22 Chamber of Commerce, Chicago.
4 " « St. Paul.
244 Hennepin avenue, Minneapolis.
Buy and sell Grain, Provisions and Stocks for
cash or on margins. Only brokers in Minneapo
lis having their own membership on the Chicago
Board of Trade.
DAILY MARKET BEVIEW
mam m Milwaukee markets!
FURNISHED BY WALL & BIGELOW,
Room 4 Mannheimer Building, Southeast corner
Third and Minnesota street. Direct wires to
Chicago and Milwaukee Beard of Trade>
(Operator in our office.)
St. Paitl. April 24, 1884.
Following is to-day's range of prices on the
Milwaukee and Chicago boards:
d H o tt) f f Q 9
« o V ,p- 2 5" o
u> aa o "j. =5 at to
2 «4" ■ s 5 • » •
S" « 5' » 5- h >-*
O 03 f • o <»
5- FT : • • • 2 oo
r ? l_r j i_j ■_
May 903£ 90ft 93 90ft 92 % 118 ft
June 92ft 02 J j 95 92ft 94ft 114 ft
May 88ft 87ft 90ft 87ft 90ft 113 ft
June 90ft 89ft 93ft 89% 93J4 114 ft
July 92ft 91ft 94% 91ft 94ft 109%
August -92ft 91ft 94% 91ft 94% 106%
May 58ft 53 53% 52ft 53ft 54? i
June 54% 54ft 55ft 54 55ft 50%
July 56ft 56 57ft 55% 50ft 58ft
June 82& 32ft 33ft 32ft 33ft 44ft
July 32% 32% 33ft 32ft 33ft 44%
Jnne 10 92 10 87 17 12 16 8717 0519 25
July 17 02 16 97 17 25^10 97 17 17,19 50
June 1840840 8 55 8 4o' 8 55!11 70
July 8 47i 8 50 8 57 8 50; 8 55 11 80
State of Markets—Tending up.
Flour, barrels 12 408 20,456
Wheat, bushels 55.834 03,490
Corn " 02,981 100,980
Cats •« 90,434 124,006
Bye " 1,000 14,941
Barley " 15,315 18,499
Hogs, head 15,000
M. Doran's Reports.
St. Paul, April 24.
The following quotations, giving the range of
the markets during the day, were received by M.
Doran, Commission Merchant:
r- 1 , >
May. June. May. June.
9:30 A.M. 90ft 92 87ft 89ft
9:40 " 90 ft 92 ft 88 90 ft
9:50 " 90 ft 92 ft 88 ft 90 ft
10:00 " 90% 92ft 88ft 90%
10:10 " 91ft 93 89 91
10:20 " 91ft 93 89 ft 91ft
10:30 " 91ft 93 ft 89 ft 91ft
10;40 « 91ft 93 ft 90 92
10:50 " 91 93 89% 91ft
11:00 " 90 ft 92 ft 89 ft 91ft
11:10 " 91ft 93ft 89 ft 91 ft
11:20 " 91ft 93 ft 89 ft 91ft
11:30 " 91ft 93 ft 89% 91%
11:40 " 91ft 93 ft 90 ft 92 ft
11:50 " 91ft 93% 90 92
12:00 X. 91% 94 90 ft 92ft
12:10 P.M. 91ft 94ft 90ft 92ft
12:20 " 92 94 ft 80ft 92ft
12:30 " 91% 93ft 90ft 92ft
12:40 " 91ft 94 90ft 92 ft
12:50 « 92 94 ft 90% 92%
1:00 " 92 94 ft 90 ft 92 ft
2:00 " 92 ft 94 ft 90% 93%
2:15 " -92% 94% 90ft 93ft
2:30 '.' 92 ft 94 ft 90 ft 93 ii
2:45 " 93 95 90% 93 ft
_ CORN, OATS AND PORK—CHICAGO.
Corn. 1 Oats. I Pork.
MayiJun MayjJun May June
9:30 A.M. 52ft154 J82ft132%!10 75 10 90
9:40 " 52ft is3ft|32ft;32ft!l6 70 16 87ft
9:50 " 52ft;54ft;32ft'32ft
10:00 " 52% 54ft|32ft32%
10:10 " 53 J54ft:32ft:32%
10:20 " 53 154 ft '32ft'32%
10:30 " 53 ]54%|32%32ft
10:40 " 53ft'54ft;32ft 33 17 05
10:50 " 52ft!54ftj32ft;32%
11:00 " 53 |54% :32ft'32ft
11:10 " 53 i54ft:32%32ft
11:20 " 52%i54ft;32% 33 17 05
11:30 " 52ft!54ft .32% 32ft
11:40 " 53 J54%!32ft.33
11:50 " 53ft.54ft|33 |33ft
12:00 M. 53ft54ft;33 j33ft •
12:10 P.M. 53 J54%;32ft;33
12:20 " 63fti54ft 32ft|33
12:30 " 53 j54%32%!32ft
12:40 " 53ft J54 ft 32% 32 ft
12:50 " 53ft |54ft 132 ft |33
1:00. " 53 |54%i32ft|33
2:00 ,' 53ft 55 32ft 33ft
2:15 " 53ft 55ft'33 33ftl 17 05
2:30 " 53%55ft 32ft 33fti
2:45 " 53ft55ft;33 33ft|
July wheat 94ft July corn 56ft
August wheat.. 94^ August corn... 57ft !
September wheat 94ft September corn ....
Year wheat 90=£ Year corn
April oats April pork .
Julyoats 83ft July pork 17 17ft
Angustoats 29 August p0rk...17 25
September oats September pork ....
October oats October pork
Year oats 28 % Year pork 14 40
Liverpool, April 24, 12 m.—Wheat and corn
upward tendency. Cargoes off coast, wheat quiet
but steady; corn unchanged. Cargoes on pass
age, wheat steady; corn firm. On passage to
the continent wheat 400,000 qrs.; corn 100,000.
On the passage to the United Kingdom wheat
and flour 2,100,000 qrs.; corn 1,200,000 qrs.
Imports into United Kingdom past week flour
150 to 155,000 barrels; wheat 155 to 160,000 qrs.;
corn 180 to 185,000 qrs.
Private Cypher—Wheat stronger, large busi
ness at full prices.
PERKINS & POWERS,
GRALI PROYISM AM STOCK B&OKERS,
120 East Third Street,
OVER SAVINGS BANK, ST. PAUL, MINN
Special wires from our office to Chicago and New
Telephone in our office.
ASSOCIATED PRESS 3IABKETS.
Milwaukee, April 24. —Flour quiet, but
stronger. Wheat advancing; No. 2 92?£c; April
92ftc; May 92>^c; June 95c. Corn scarce and
firm; No 2 55©56 c. Oats dull; No. 2 33c;
white 37c. Rye firm and active; No. 1
65c. Barley higher and in good demand; No.
2 71c; extra No. 369 ft ©70c. Provisions
higher; mess pork §16.85 cash and May;
§17.00 June; lard prime steam $8 40 cash
and May; §8.50 June. Live hogs higher
at §5.40®§G.00. Butter quiet and unchanged;
choice creamery 29@30c; fair to good 26®
30c; best dairy 26®28c. Cheese, quiet and
unchanged; Cheddars 14@14ftc; flats 14
®15c. Eggs steady at 13ft©14c. Receipt.-,
10,005 barrels of flour; 17,370 bushels of wheat;
5,77'J bushels of barley. Shipments 4,750
barrels of flour; 0,935 bushels of wheat;
8,025 bushels of barley.
Chicago, April 24.—Flour dull and un
changed; good to choice winter wheat flour
§5.00©5.65; soft spring wheat flour $4.00®4.50;
Minnesota bakers' $4.50®5.15; patents §5.50
©6,25; low grades $2.00©3.25; rye flour §3.00
©3.80; Southern Illinois and Missouri winter
wheat flour §5.50®5.75; Michigan winter wheat
§1.75©5.50; common to choice Minnesota $3.50
©4.00. Wheat, excited and higher, and greatly
unsettled; foreign markets quoted an upward
tendency; shorts here showed anxiety to cover
and this with very liberal outside buying aggre
gating alarge market; opened ft© 3*e lower, but
later srarted up under large purchases and ad
vanced with slight fluctuations 2?a©3c above
inside figures, eased off, and closed 2ftc higher
May and June, l%c, higher July than yester
day; sales ranged: April 87©90 c, closed at
89ftc;May 87ft®90ftc, closed at 90ftc; June
89Ji©925£c, closed at92ftc; July 91 ft®93% c,
closed at 98ftc; September quotable at ft®
ftc over July; No. 2 Chicago spring 89ft
©90c. Corn, demand active but unsettled and
generallp higher; opened w-eak, declined
ft©7»c under yesterday, rallied l©lftc, and
closed ?g®ftc,over yesterday; cash 52ftc; April
51ft@52ftc, closed at 52ftc; Mays2©s3ftc,
closed ats2c; June 53ft©55c, closed at
54%c;July 55ft©5GJic, closed atsG%c; August
quotable at lftc over July. Oats quiet
butfirm; cash and April 32ftc; May 32 ft ©32 ftc,
closed at 32-:ii©32ftc; June 32ft©38c, closed
at 32Js®33c; July 32ft©33?£c, closed at 33
33ftc; year 27ft©27Jic Rye firmer und
higher at 61c. Barley easier at 73®75c. Flax
seed in fair demand at $1.66. Pork in fair
demand and ruled firm; early advanced 20@25c,
receded 7ft©loc and closed steady; cash
§10.87ft®17.00;May §10.75®17.00, closed at
§firstname.lastname@example.org; June $10.87ft®17.17ft,
closed at §17.02ft®17.05; July $10.97 ft©
17.20. Lard, in fair demand and ruled
steadier at 2ft@sc higher; cash §8.35®8.37!i;
May $B.B2ft'@B.4Sft, closed at §8.40®8.42ft;
June §8.40®8.52ft, closed at §8.47ft©8.50;
July §8.50©8.62 ft, closed at $8 00®8.82ft;
August $8.57ft©g.70, closed at §8.G7ft©8.70;
year §8.12 ft. Bulk meats in fair demand;
shoulders §7.20; short ribs $8.37 ft; short
clear §8.90. Butter quiet and unchanged;
creamery 25@28c; dairy 24@20c. Eggs quiet
and unchanged at 14ftc. Whisky steady and
unchanged at §1.12. Freights—corn to
Receipts, 12,000 barrels of flour; 50,000 bush
els of wheat; 02,000 bushels of corn: 90,000
bushels of oats; 17,000 bushels of rye; 15,000
bushels of barley. Shipments, 20,000 barrels
of flour; 03,000 bushels of wheat; 101.000 bush
els of corn; 125,000 bushels of oats; 15,000 bush
els of rye; 18,000 bushels of barley.
The Call—Wheat, sales 3,400,000 bushols;.
May closed at 90% c; June closed at 93? ac;
July closed 94?^c. Corn, sales 1,000,000 bush
els; May advanced %c; June advanced ftc;
July unchanged. Oats, sales 450,000 bushels:
May advanced ftc. Pork, sales 2,500 barrels;
June advanced 2ftc; July advancedsc. Lard,
sales 9,000 tierces; May firm; June advanced sc;
July advanced 10c.
Chicajro L.ive Stock.
Chicago, April 24. —The Drovers' Journal re
ports: Hogs, receipts 14,500 head; shipments
5,500 head; the market was strong and active,
and s©lochlgher; rough packing $5.35®
5.75; packing and shipping §5.75®6.15; light
$5.25®5.80; skips $4.00®5.00. Cattle, receipts
7,500 head; shipments 2,400 head; the market
was slow and 10c lower; export grades $0.20
©6.00; good to choice shipping $5.80: common
to medium §5.15®5.75; corn fed Texans
email@example.com. Sheep, receipts 4,000 head; ship
ments 2,800 head; the market was active and
firm; inferior to fair §4.00©5.00 per hundred
pounds; medium to good §5.00©5.50; choice
to extra §5.t0©0.00.
New York Produce.
New YonK, April 24. —Flour firm; receipts
11,000 barrels; exports 6,500 barrels; superfine
state and western $2.80®3.30; common to good
extra§firstname.lastname@example.org; extra Ohio §3.30®0.00; St.
Louisemail@example.com. Wheat, spot grades 2©2!4c
higher; options advanced 2ft©3c on early
months, and ft®lc on deliveries after July,
with considerable excitement and activity, closing
firm; receipts 49,000 bushels; exports 74,000
bushels; No. 2 Chicago §1.00; ungialed spring
90c; ungraded red 83c©§1.06; No. 2 red
$1.06ft©1.03%; ungraded white 75®76c:
No 2 red May sales 1,330,000 bushels at $1.00 ft
©1.07 ft, closing at §1.07; June sales 4.840,000
bushels at §1.06ft®1.09-ft, closing at $1.09 ft ;
July sales 1,512,000 bushels at $I.osft©l.oBft,
closing at §1.08; August sales 136,000 bushels
at 31-05ft®1.00%, closing at §1.06% ; September
sales 32,000 bushels at $firstname.lastname@example.org, closing
at §1.07. Corn, spot lots ft@%c, and options
%®lc higher and strong; receipts 37,000 bush
els; exports 39,000 bushels; ungraded 53®
62'/£c; No. 3 01ft©61ftc; steamer Gift®
01% c: No. 2 62@03c; No. 2 white G7c; No.
2 May GO ft ©61 ftc, closing at Clftc;
June 61ft®62ft.~, closing at 62ftc; July
02ft®63ftc, clos'ng at 63ftc; August 62ft®
64c, closing at 64c. Oats ft®ftc higher; re
ceipts 41,000 bushels; exports 86 bushels;
mixed western 37@38c; white western 43©
47c. Coffee, spot fair; Rio dull at $10.12 ft
©10.25; options a Ehade higher, but quiet,
closing barely steady, partly owing to more lib
eral offerings, and partly to the depressed mar
ket in Havre.; sales were reported as follows :
750 bags Rio No. 7 April at §8.35; 1,000
bags May at $email@example.com; 4,000 bags August
at §firstname.lastname@example.org; 1,000 bags September at $8.50;
1,250 bags October at §8.50©8.55. Sugar quiet
but steady; Trinidad s ftc; refined easier; ex
tra ; C sft®sftc; white extra C s%®sftc;
centrifugal 6©oftc; confectioners' A 6%c;
cut loaf and crushed 7ft®7%c. Molasses quiet;
Cuba 22c. Rice, demand fair and market firm.
Petroleum firm; united 93ftc. Rosin firm. Tur
pentine strong at 32®32ftc. Eggs, western,
quiet and weak at 15% c. Pork, held stronger:
old mess pork 16.02 ft. Beef steady and in fair
demand. Lard strong: western steam spot
quoted at §8.70: May §8.51©8.57; July
§5.G4©9.00; August §email@example.com: September
§firstname.lastname@example.org. Cheese dull. Other articles un
New York Dry Goods.
Kew York, April 24.—The market shows
improved activity at second hands, but the
demand from agents is very modarate.
Cincinnati, April 24.—Whisky, steady at
[Special Telegram to the Globe.]
DmXTn, April 24. —Wheat—The markets on
'change to-day were higher and active for May.
Closing prices: No. 1 hard June §1.04 ft;
No. 2 hard May 97c; No. 1 May 97ftc; No.
2 May 90ftc. Cars received: No. 1 hard 1 car;
No. 1 2 cars; No. 3 1 car. Receipts 2,081 hush
els. Shipments 13,000 bushels. In store
2,497,790 bushels Afloat in harbor 242,003
The receipts and shipments at and from Minne
apolis yesterday were as follows:
Receipts—Flour, 1625 bbls; wheat, 186 cars;
corn, 600 bu.; hmillstuff, 63 cars; hay, 10 cars;
lumber, 420,000 feet; coal, 403 tons; wood,
56 cars; barrel stock, 10 cars. Total, 415 cars.
Shipments—Flour, 14,807 bbls; wheat. Gears;
millstuff, 507 tons;lumber,Blo,ooo feet; coal 444
tons. Total 385 cars.
Grain Inspection—No. 1 hard ?:: ears; No. 2
hard 22 cars; No. 1 regular, 25 c:.r- ; No. 2 reg
gular, 11; No. 3 regular 3. Rejected, 17. Corn,
0. Rejected 8 cars. Total, 114 cars.
The following were the quotations on 'change.
Flour—Patents, $5.75®6.00; straights, $3.25
©5.75; clears, $4.75©5.25; low grades, $2.00®
Wheat—No. 1 hard, $1.01 ft bid: No. 2
hard, 99c: No. 1 northern, 93c; No. 2, 85c.
Corn—No. 2, 56®57c.
Oats—No. 2 mixed, 32; No. 2 white, 34c.
Hat—Good upland wild, $9.00© 9.50.
Ex. City Treasurer Smith of Bayonne, X.
J., is short in his accounts §41,000.
At Gallepolis, Ohio,Lawson & Bell, Millers,
have failed. Liabilities, $25,000, assets, §20,
A meeting of the large oil producing firm
of Oil City, Pa., has been held with a view of
Fire in the woods on Long Island has al
ready caused aloes of $30,000, and the flames
Chas. D. Dally, the defaultry collector of
Woodbridge Township, N. J., is arrested on
a charge of forging and embezzlement.
At Danville,lll.,Frank and Charles Jones',
fatherand son, were killed Wednesday at the
bottom of a shaft by several tons of coal fall
ing on them.
The body of F. W. Mathcy, watchmaker of
Needham, Mass., was fount! yesterday in
the Charles river, supposed to be a case of
robbery and murder.
In Quebec, the Bishop of Quebec and the
protectant clergy and citizens held a mass
meeting and protested against the lottery
bill which has passed the assembly.
John H. Deane, Lawyer of New York, as
•lgnc-d Wednesday, with preferences amount
ing to half a million. Liabilities are placed
at $500,000, assets double that amouut.
The half yearly meeting of the directors of
the Grand Trunk R. R. was held in Toronto
Wednesday. The argument with the Well
and Ry. Co. for consolidation was ratified.
At Wilkesbarre, Pa., Hiram Keller pleaded
guilty to the murder of John Claw, a mine
boss on Nov. 17. The judge is hearing wit
nesses for the purpose of fixing the degree.
At Gloucester, N. Y.,John McElmoyle and
George Gilpin, neighbors have disputed for
years over some property. Wednesday Gil
pin shot McElmoye and then himself. Both
Woodward and Bras3fuld's trotting horse
sale at Lexington, Ky., is moving more suc
cessfully than at the outset. 75 horses were
sold Wednesday valuing $57,180. Highest
price paid $2,575.
From Montreal It is reported that J. S. Ken
nedy and Duncan Mclntyrc are to retire
from the directorate of the Canadian Pacific.
Railroad. It is said that J. J. C Abbott will
At Swansboro, Ga., J. C. Coleman, a mer
chant, and J. F. Meyers, editor of the Itan
izer, resorted to arms to settle a difficulty.
Thirteen shots were fired and Coleman was
shot in the aodomen.
At Pittsburg, Pa., the anti-church party of
the Presbyterian church, are protesting
against the introduction of the organ in the
churches. The fight will be at the general
assembly next month.
Labor troubles are still looming up In
Pennsylvania. The coat miners arc on
strike and the Iron manufacturers demand a
reduction of the employes wages. The win
dow glass men, so as to have greater wages,
are endeavoring to have a convention of all
such workers in Pittsburg in July, having
representatives from Belgium and Britain
Citt Clerk's Office, )
Saint Paul, April 15, 1884. )
Notice Is hereby given, that an election will be
The Sixth Day of May, 1884,
Between the hours of eight (8) o'clock in the
forenoon and half-past live (S:W) o'clock in the
afternoon, at the u^ual place of holding elections
in the different Wards and Precincts of the City
of Saint Paul, except as hereinafter stated, for the
election of the following City Officers, viz.:
And One Alderman and One
From each of the following Aldermanic districts,
viz: First Aldermanic district of the First, Sec
ond, Third, Fourth and Pifth Wards, and Third
Aldermanic district of the Fourth Ward.
One School Inspector
From the Second Aldermanic district of the
First Ward "to till unexpired term."'
The Polls in the Second Precinct of the Fir--t
Ward "which constitutes all that part of. said
Ward lying north of the center line of Tenth
street and south of the tracks of the St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Manitoba Railroad," will be held
at the northeast corner of Thirteenth and Broad
The Polls in the Third Precinct of the First
Ward, "which constitutes all that part of said
Ward lying north of the tracks of the St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Manitoba Railroad," will be held
at No. 755 Mississippi street.
The Polls in the First Precinct of the Second
Ward, will be held at the Sheriffs office in the
County Jail building.
The Polls in the Fifth Precinct of the Fourth
Ward, "which constitutes ad that part of said
Ward lying north of University avenue and west
of Pice street," will be held atNo. 493 University
avenue, about 100 feet east of Mackubin street.
[Official.] THOS, A. PRENDERGAST,
(liaoge of Street fade.
City Clerk's Office, )
Saint Paul, April 24, 1884. \
Nbtlco is hereby given that the Common
Council, of the city of St. Paul, will, at their
meeting to be held on Tuesday, the 3rd day of
June, A. D. 1884, at 7:30 o'clock, p. m., at the
Council Chamber in the City Hall, order a change
of grade in the following named streets, between
the points named, viz:
Prom Dakota Avenue to State
BERTH A. (Wow State) STREET
Prom the Mississippi River to
All in accordance with, and as indicated by the
full red line on the profiles thereof, and as re
ported upon as being necessary and proper by
the Board of Public Works, under date of April
7, 1884. The said reports of the Board of Public
Works were adopted by the Common Council at
their meeting held on April 15, 1884.
The profiles indicating the proposed changes
are on file and can be seen at this office.
By order of Common Council.
Thos. A. Pkexdebgast, City Clerk.
Grading Cherry Street.
Office of the Board of Public Works, )
Citt of St. Paul. Minn.. April 14, 1884. j
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Public Works, in and for the corporation of the
city of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office in said
city, until 12 m., on the 28th day of April, A.
D, 1884, for the grading of Cherry street, from
Hoffman avenue to Maria avenue in said city,
according to plans and specifications on file in the
office of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2)' sureties, in the
sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, of the gross
amount bid must accompany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Official. R. L. Gormak,
100-110 Clerk Board of Public Works.
TVhat a miner would vervproperlv terra
"surface Indications" of what Is beneath,
are the Pimples, Sties, Sore Eyes,
Bolls, and Cutaneous Eruptions with
which people are aunoyed in spring and
early summer. The effete matter accumu
lated during the winter months, now
makes its presence felt, through Nature*
endeavors to expel it from the system.
}Vhile it remains, it is a poison that festers
in the blood and may develop into Scrof
ula- This condition causes derangement
of the digestive and assimilatory organs,
with a feeling of enervation, languor, and
weariness—often lightly spoken of as '-only
spring fever." These are evidences that
Nature is not able, unaided, to throw off
the corrupt atoms which weaken the vital
forces. To regain health. Nature must be
aided by a thorough blood-purifying med
icine; and nothing eke is so effective aa
which Is snfßcfently powerful to expel
from the system even the taint of Hered
The medical profession Indorse Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, and many attestations of
the cures effected by ltcome from all parts
of the world. It Is, in the language of
the lion. Francis Jewett, ex-State Sen
ator of Massachusetts and ex-Mayor of
Lowell, "the only preparation that doe»
Teal, lasting good.''
PREPARED BT "
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mast.
Sold by all druggists: Tike §1,
six bottles for §3.
THE SURE CURE
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Kidney-Wort ia tha moat successful remedy
leveruaed." Dr. P. C. BaJlou, Monktou.Vt.
"Kidney-Wort la always reliable."
Dr. R. N. Clark, So. Hero, Vt.
"Kidney-Wort has cured my w He aft 3r two years
suffering." Dr. C. M. Summerlin, Sun Hill, Ga.
IN THOUSANDS OF CABEB
it haa cured •where all elae had failed. It ia mild,
but efficient, CERTAIN' IN ITS ACTION, but ■
harmless in all cases.
nrltclennaca the Blond and Strengthen*and I
gives New Life to all tho important organs of I
the body. The natural action of the Kidneys is
restored. The Liver is cleansed of oil disease,
and tha Bowels move freely and healthfully.
In this way tha worst diseases are eradicated
from the system. „
PBICB, ?100 IJOriD OK DBT, SOLD BT DaCQGIBTS.
Dry can bo sent by mall.
W£LW, RICHARDSON A I O.Burllnjrton Tt.
QUINBY & ABBOTT,
(Successors to Stees Bros.),
Corner Third and Minnesota Streets.
Sewer on Wacouta and Sixth
OrrirF. of tiie Board of Public Works, )
City of St. I'aul, .Minn., April 82d, 18.-S4. \
Sealed bids will be received by tho Board of
Public Works iv and for the corporation of the
city of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office in s:iid
city, until 12 m. on the r>tb day of May, A.
11. 1884, for the construction of a sewer on Wa
couta street, from Fourth (lth) street to Sixth
(Oth) street; thence on Sixth (Oth) itreet
to Robert street, in said city, according to plans
and specifications on file in the office of said
A bond with at least two (2) sureties, in a sum
of at least twenty (80) pur cent, of the gross
amount bid must accompany each bid.
Tbe said Board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
JOIIX C. TERRY, President pro tern.
R. L. Gormax, Clerk Board of Public Works.
Cbicago, Milwaukee & sr. Paul Railway.
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The finest Dining Cars In the world are run on all
through trains to and from Chicago.
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Minneapolis; St. Faul.
Milwaukee i Chicago Ex..A 12 noon. 'A 12:15pm
Milwaukee A: Chicago Kx.. A 7:00 pm A 7:45pm
La Crosse, Dubuque, iioek
Island & St. Louts Ex C 4:50 am C 5:25 am
La Crosse Passenger |C 4:3upuiC s:ospm
lowa & Minn. Division, j
Sou.Minn., In.&Dav'pt Kx. C 8:00 amC 8:10 am
Owatonna Accommodation^o 4:BopmC 4:Bopm
Mason City,, Sou. & West. Ex E 6.00 pmE 7:lopm
Hastings & Dakota Div. j
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Ellendale& Aberdeen Ex... A 4:3.">piiiA 4:oopm
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Chicago & Milwaukee Ex.. A 7:2oam A 8:10 am
Chicago & Milwaukee Ex.. A 2:25 pm A B:H'pm
La Crosse, Dubuque, Rock
Island & St. Louis Ex C 9:35 pm C 10:10 pm
Ia Crosse Passenger C 8:80 pm!C 4:00 pm
lowa & Minn. Division, j
Owatonna Accommodation. C 10:23 a mC 10:35 am
Sou. Minn. & la. Ex O 6:55 pmC 7:05 pm
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Hastings & Dakota Div. |
MiibankKx C 6:30 pm C 5:25 pm
Ellendale& Aberdeen Ex...'A 11:30 a m A 10:30 am
A. means dally; C, except Sundays; E, except Sat
urdays; F, except Monday.
Additional trains between St. Paul and Minneapolis
via "Short Line," leave both cities hourly. For par
ticulars see short Line time table.
St. Paul—Chas. Thompson, City Ticket Agent, 151
East Third street. Brown ie Knebel, Ticket Agents,
Minneapolis—G. L. Scott, City Ticket Agent, Xo. 7
Xicollet House. A. B. Chamberlain, Ticket. Agent,
MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
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ILe. St. Paul Ar. St. Paul
Chicago Express *7:ooam *8:05 a m
Dcs Moines & Kansas City Ex. »7:00 am! *S:osam
St. Louis "Through" Express j2:sopm! Jl2:2opin
DesMolnes& KansasClty Ex. J2:sopm| (12:20 pm
Excelsior and Winthrop *3:30 p m •12:20 p m
Chicago "Fast" Express I, d 6:20 m' d 7:45 am
. d dally, * dally except Sundays, t daily except Sat
urday, t daily except Monday. Ticket office St. Paul,
corner third and Sibley streets, E. A. Whltaker, City
Ticket and Passenger Agent, and Union Depot.
S. F. BOYD,
General Ticket and Passenger Agent, Minneapolis.
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FAKGO SHORT LT^E.
ONLY ALL BAIL LINE TO WINNIPEG AND THE BBITISH NOBTHWEST.
——— —— - Leave Leave Mini Arrival Arrival Mia
I St. Pan*. neapolis.l St. Paul. . neapolis.
Brown's Valley, Brecketiridge, Wahpeton, Birnesvllle
and Fargo I *730 a m B:osam' *7KX)pm 5:25pm
Fergus Falls, Moorhead. Fargo, Crookston, St. Vincent:
and Winnipeg *8.-00 am 850amj *630pm 6:45pm
St Cloud Accommodation, via Monticello and Clear
water 7! ' *2:3opm ?:05pml *12:O0 m 11:20pm
St. Cloudi Accommodation, via Anoka and EUt 81ver.... »3:10pm; 4:3spmj »10:15 a m lu:00am
Breckenridge, Wahpeton, Casselton, Hope, Portland,)
Masville, Crookston, U Forks, Devil's Lake and St.
Viuceni. frSOpm 7:4opm t<*oani 7tfoam
Fergus Falls, Moorhead, Fargo, Grand Forks, Devil's
Lake, Larlmore, Neche and Winnipeg I t»:3opm| 9:lspm| fiM&m 6.30 am
t^Daiiy. * Except Sundays.
ST. J?A.TTTu & MINNE A-IPOXYIS SHORT LI3STH3.
Leave St Paul—t* 7:^ am, *7:30 *m, 7:35 am, +7:56 am, t*8:00 a m, 8:30 am, 9:30 am, 10:20 am, 1130 am
♦l2:i>Opm,l:Sopm, 2:30 pm, 2:35 p in, 2:5U pm, !>:3O p m, 34u t > m. .1:50 p in, 4:o>pm, 4:30 p in, 5:30 p a,
ts:4op ai 6.20 pm, 6: Opm, 7:JOp m, 7:ou t> m, 8:30 p m, 11:15 p m.
Leave Minneapolis—6 30a in, 7:00 am, 7,10 am, 7-30 a in, t7:40 am, 3-30 am, 9:30 am, 10:30 a ra,
11:30 am, ll:>o am. 112:00 m. 12:15 p m, 12:30 p m. 1:30 p m, 2:30 p ra, 3:30 p m, 4:30 p.u. s£o p in, joAj p ra,
6dRJ >m, 7JK) pm, 7:35pm, 7:55 pm,tl0::10 pm. fci?~Elegant sleepers ot» all thr.mgn trains.
ST. PAUL—W. A. Turner, City Ticket Agent, cor. Third and Sibley streets; Drown & Kenebel, Agent*,
MINNEAPOLIS—J. E. Smitn, General Agent, and H. L. Martin, Tickat Agenv cor. Washington aad
j Fi.nrth *v». North: W R ITlarar. Xonr.t. Nicollet bouiu.
mm i?ps men
ST. PALL, °- - MINNT
ATTORNEYS AYD COIYSELLORS IT UI
Staxtokd Newel, Attorney at Lew, I J
al Bank building, comer of Fourth and Jac'.<
TnoxAs G. Eaton, Room 50, Gilfiilan block, St.
E. P. Tl mil nan. Boom 28. Gilfill.in block.
H. S. Trehebse, C. E., 19 Gilnilan block.
A. 1). Hinsuale, Presley block.
A. M. Kaih lift, Mannhei::
J. Walter Stevenson, Davidson block, Rooraj
25 & 26.
Sherwood Hocgii. comer Third ar.dWaba-hati
Stevens & Robebt9, 71 East Thiru street, it.
~BOORS AND STATIONERY. ~~
SnERWooD Horou, corner Third and Wabashaw
St. Paul Book&Stationekt Oo.AJt) But Third
CARRIAGES A\D MHCB,
A. Niri-oi.T, E.ist Sixth street, between Jack
son and Sibley Kttt
CARPETS ASP WALL PAPER.~
John MATnEis, 17 East Third street"
W. L. Andkr-jqn, VJ-.'E.tst l'hinl Itreet,
DRY COODS-.-WhoU-alf. ~
AtnUBACH, FtSOH A- V.v.N.S;.Yiii:r>"ibley street
between Fourth and Fifth.
~ DRY GOODS—Retail. ~
Linueke. Lapp & Co., 13 East Third Street
CROf EBIES.-W hulcsalc.
I. 11. Kelly g (•■■.. :i.' rhlrdstreet.
F. G. DmrEß & Co., 53 East Third street.
~~JEWELERS A\D WATCOARERsT"
Emil Gkist, 85 East Third street.
BTXTXXaABOBXRSOX, 71 E.:st, Th:
PICTURES A\D ERASES.
Stevens* Boanxsov, IlEi tTstT
Onnn m Una*, ~.\ I reot.
W. H.Oauami, 11 East TMI-.-d >; : -, l t.
WHE9 A\!> LIO.IORS-V.hoif- .
H. Kirn. iV: (:.)., Wholesale dealer* In liquors and
wines, l'Ji Eiisi Third street, St. l'.uil.
Anriirn, YVai:i:e.x A; Annorr, IjC aad l
Bnoxa, Haozxr A Co*, -ijio.u Eu=t fourth
KENNEY & HUDNER
108 and m mt Third Sines
Opposite Metropolitan HbtaL
St. Paul Railway Timo Tables.
Gtucago, SL Paul, Hiiinoaiioiis
AND OMAHA RAILWAY.
THE ROYAL ROUTE,
EAST, SOUTH AND WEST.
NO CHANGE OFttRS TO CHICAGO,
Dcs Moines or Kansas City.
DEPAimxo mm. iMj^y ,'
i' ktolnes fust K.\r -i iss... f?:4Bam r7:loam
Chicago Day Express 1% 15pm
Chicago ft, Mil wanker X v... "7:00 pm •7:45 pm
Blotu City ok- Blow I i a 7:10• m
Sbakopee and Merrtam Jet, i - 05am
Ouialm ami Kansas City '4::'.". ;> m »8:50 |) m
Green Bay and Ippleton... DOara
Shakopee and Herri un J 1:30 p m -;
North Wisconsin&S IS .i :n
KUer Falls I f^aop in
Pining Can the finest In tbe world and Inxnrloua
Smoking Kuom Bleepei <>v all Chicago trains.
.BTiivivn THiivi I Arrive
Aurora h-ai.ns. >gt MmneapoUs
Chicago 4k Milwaukee Ex.. -.;
Merriam Jet. and Shakopee • ! . *l:00pm
Chicago Night Expresi *2:25pm '8:10 pm
Sioux City & Sioux Fails... f8:25 p m f7:sspm
Omaha and Kansas City... '12:15 pml *12:15pm
North Wisconsin A Superior fS:SOpm f4:lspm
Herriam Jet. and Sbakopee *B:lspm "A.-Wpm
(ir'^eri Hay and Appleton. .. jl .'■» \, m t3:SS |> m
i:i\er Falls ! o:2sam fl0:00am
Dei Moines fast [B:2spm .."> ii m
LAKE ELMO AND STILLWATER TRAltfi
|7:I0 a m, tB:ilu v in, '12:00 in, iI:M P in, f4:80 p m,
*7:UO p m.
LEAVE ST. I'.ur..
|6:00 am, t<?:l.-, nm, ry : i).-. i: m, 10:05 am, •12:45 am,
•2:05 i> in, f9:03 p DO, and *7:45pm.
LIATXSTtLLWATKBTOBST. l'Ai I. AM> M I •. \ r \ eor.H.
6:05 am, 7:3oam, fB:2Bam, fl2:00 m, *l:i:iprn,
fs :ao p in. 4:80 p m.
» uniiy. f Bxc< !,r « t Except Mondays.
t3g~Tl<;ketrf, sleeping car aecommodatlonaj ami ail
Informal lon can be secured at
Xv 18 Nicollet Bouse block, Minneapolis,
J. CHARBONNEAU, Tl
Minneapolis depot, corner Washington and Fourth
avenue north, 11. 1.. MABTIN, Tie!., i a
Corner Third and Jackson streets, St. Paul,
( HAS. 11. PETSCH, City Ticket Agent.
New Union Depot, fool at Blbley street,
KNEBEL4b BROWN, Ticket Agents,
n. E. HATDN, Ticket Agent, .Stillwater.
NORTHERS TACIFIC R. R„
"Overland Boute !"
THE ONLY LINE TO
Portland. Ore., and the Patilie Sortliwest
The "Pioneer Line" between St, l'aal,
Minneapolis, Moorhead and Fargo. and the
ONLY Line running Dining Cars and
Pullman Sleepers between those pointy.
Departing Trains. Leave Minneap-
St. Panl. oils.
Paciflo express 'WBpni *4:sopm
Fargo day express +7:55 a m +8:10 a m
Mandau an i Fargo night ex pm *5:35 pni
Dining carisPullinau sleepers, elegant day coach.",
second-class coaches, and emigrant sleeping cars
between St. Paul, Minneapolis, Fargo, Dak.; and
Portland, Ore, wlthoul change, Horton reclining
chair cars on Farzo day express, free of charge for
ladles, or gentlemen accompauied by ladles, holding
I Arrive I
Arriving Trains, | Minneap- | Arrive
oils. St. Paul.
Atlantic express I *12:ldpm I *12:26 pm
Fargo day express | +«:lOpin +>,:55pm
Mamlan aud Fargo night ex [_ *7:40 ajn_|_^7:
*Daily. fExcept Sunday.
City office.St Paul, 82 I (old N0.43, Jackson arrest.
City office, Minneapolis, No. 10 Nicollet hou-tj.
I CHAH. S. FEE.
General Passenger Agent.