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FINANCIAL
' ATTKRNOOH BEPORT.
New York, June 30.
Honey, no rate. Prime mercan
tile paper B@6 percent. Bar silver, 81.0976-
Sterling exchange stronger; posted rate of
pome drawers advanced to $4.83@4.85.
Governments— Higher.
State Securities — Dull.
Bonds — Railroad bonds dull.
Stocks — Opened higher and prices rose V4@l
per cent., New York Central, Western Union Tel :
Jgraph, Northern Pacific preferred, Lake Shore,
Pacific Mall and Delaware, Lackawanna & West
ern being the features about noon, Union Pacific
and Central Pacific being very weak, the former
breaking to 30^, the latter to 31 M- This weak
ened the remainder of the market and lower
prices prevailed. At noon the market was weak.
{Stocks became weak and depressed on bear raids.
Union Pacific fell off to SS%, Central Pacific 30%,
Chicago & Northwestern 84, Western Union Tel
egraph 54, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul 60&
and Northern Pacific preferred 3954. After 2:15
Lake Shore and Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis
Omaha preferred were quoted ex. dividend. The
feature of t*he afternoon trading was the buying
in of Lake Shore under rule for non-deliveries.
A leading owner of this stock has called in about
20,000 shares the past few days. The market
closed weak. The Stock Exchange will be closed
from 3p. m. Thursday, July 3., until 11 a.m.
Monday, July 7. By a resolution of the govern
ing committee contracts maturing July 4 must be
settled on the 3d, those maturing July 5 and C,
on the 7 th.
Morning: Board Quotations.
GOVERNMENTS.
Threes 993£ Fours coupons... 119
4Hsdo 11054 Pacific 6s of '95.. 123
STOCKS.
Adams Express.. 125 N. J. Central.... 58&
Allegheny Cent.. Vi North'n Pacific... 157 a
Alton &T. 11. ... 19J4 do preferred... 41 '
do preferred... 75 Northwestern.... 84%
American 87 do preferred. .12154
8., C. R. & N. . . . 50 N. Y. Central 98
Canada Southern. 2754 N. V..C. & St. L. 554
Central Pacific... 31)4 do preferred. 9
Chicago & Alt 120 Ohio Central Mi
do preferred... 142 Ohio & Miss 16
C, B. &Q 11l do preferred... 40
C., St. L. &N. 0.. 76 Ontario West. . By{
C, S. & Cleve... A\% O. R. & N 6954
Cleveland & Col. . 35 Oregon Trans. ... 9
Delaware & H ... 9154 Pacific Mail 40 V,
Del. & Lack 11054 Panama 98
Denver &R. G. . . 1% D. & E... 9
Erie Vi% Pittsburg 130
do preferred... 27 Reading 25
Fort Wayne 120 Rock Island 105
Han. & St. Joe... 3854 St. L. &S. F 18
do preferred... 88 54 do preferred. 26
Harlem 180 do Ist pref'd. .. 743£
Houston & Tex.. 16 Mil. & St. Paul... 62
Illinois Central... ll4 do preferred . . . 101
Ind., B& West., ll'/J St.Paul & Man.. 84&
Kansas & Texas.. 11 St. Paul & O'ha.. 24'/i
Lake Erie & W.. BJ4 do preferred... 84
Lake Shore 74 Texas Pacific 1%
L'ville& Naßh... 25 Union Pacific... 3154
L., N. A. & C 10 United States 4754
11. &. C. Ist pfd. 10 Wab., St. L. &P. 5
do 2d pref'd... 5 do preferred... 12
Memphis & C . . . 24 Wells & Fargo. . .102
Mich. Central 57 West. Union T. . . 55
>liim's L... 11 Quicksilver . .... 3%
do preferred... 21 % do preferred... 20
Mo. Pacific 96H Pullman Pal. Car. 9754
Mobile & 0hi0.... (>%. C, St. L. & Pitts. 6
Morris & Essex.. 114 do preferred... 15
X., C. &St. L.... 34
♦Asked. tilid. buffered. Ex. int. $Ex.
Air.
EVENI.VO RBPORT.
Money easy 2fT{C per cent., closed offered 2.
Prime mercantile paper 4@(5 per cent. Sterling
exchange, banker*' bills firm at $4.82; <lv.
ex. demand, £4.84.
Governments — Strong, especially 4 'A'*-
Bonds — Railroad bonds generally lower*.
State Securities— Quiet.
Stocks — The week opened with a strong market
at the Stock Exchange and in the first pales there
■was a general advance of %<BHii per cent. Soon
after the opening the bears made a sharp drive
lit the markot and sold the whole list with great
freedom until after 2:15 p. in., when buying in
lot nun-deliveries gave a check to the downward
movement. One thousand shares of Lake Shore
were bought in nnder the rule for non-delivery.
This caused a rally of H<&?£ per cent., but at
tho close the improvement was partially lost.
Compared with Saturday the closing prices are
\i<" I !'s per cent, lower. Lake Shoro and Chi-
Cago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha preferred
loid ex. dividend this afternoon. Sydney Dillon
Buys the Union Pacific interest will bo met to
morrow. The New York Elevated Kailway com
pany directors have declared a dividend of 1%
per cent, for the quarter ended June 80, payable
Dii and after July 1, at the Mercantile Trust com
pany.
The transactions aggregated 82.1,000 pharos :
Central Pacific 26,000; Delaware, Lackawanna &
Western 20,000; New York, Lake Erie & Western
6,000; Lake Shore 81,000; Louisville Nashville
5,000; Missouri Pacific 10,000; Chicago &
Northwestern 17,000;. New York Central 9,000;
Chicago, Milwaukee & st. Paul 18,000; Union Pa
cific 78,000; Western Union Telegraph 33,000;
Northern Pacific 14,000; Lake Shore, ex. div.,
7,000.
MINING STOCKS.
The week opened on an extremely quiet
piarket for mining snares and prices ruled leu
firm than at the close. The sales Included Bul
wit at 60, Consolidated Pacific 42@40 and Iron
Silver 100.
■an rnANOisco mining.
Aim 200 Halo* Norcross.2H7V4
Belcher Mexican 90
Belle Isle Navnjo 400
Best A Belcher.. l7s Northern Belle
Bodie Consul.... 850 Ophii 60
California 20 Potosi 80
(hollar 200 Savage 75
Consol. Pacific... 40 Sierra Nevada 112 Vt
Consolidated Vs.. 20 Union Consol 70
Crown Point 112 X Utah £0
Bore ka Con Yellow Jacket
Could & Curry... 75
BOSTON RAILROAD AM) MINING.
Old Colony 188 Atch.&Top.lst7s 110
Allouei Mine Co Eastern R. R. f>«
Calumet & U....144 Atch.&Top. R.R. l«o>
Franklin 7 Boat. & Albany.. 150
PewabM Boat. A Maine. ..l 46
I,'uinry 35>i • '.. B. & Q 109^
Flint *P M pfd Cm.. S. & Cleve.. 8
Oseoola 11 Flint* P. M i:i>,
Huron 1H L. R. A Ft. S 14
Water Power ... 1H N. Y. &N. E . . . . 9%
Boston Land. . ..5 I',
LONDON MONKY ASH STOCKS.
Consols— . Illinois Central... ll7 Jf
Money 99 11-10 Perm. Central 53-Sf
For account... 99 Reading 18
Erie 18 Jt Canadian Pacific. . 1 '»
do second 51 Mil. & St. Paul... 65
N. Y. Centra) 100 %
Aftoruoon ltonrt! QnotntloiK.
Stocks and bou>U closed at the following
prices bid;
GOVERNMENTS.
Three per cents. .loo Four* coupons. ..ll9?;
His coupons. ...lll Pacific 6* of '03 .'.183
BTATB HoMw.
La. consols 67 Term. new.... 35
MUmmrl Gs 105 Virginia 6s 40
St. Joe 108 Contois 40
Tctm. 6s, 01d.... 37 Deterred 4
RAILROAD BONDS.
p. P.Bonds, lst.lOSVi U. P. land grant.. 106
Erie seconds 46 : » Sinking fund.... !>'."i
LehlshA WJ 89 Tex. P. grant 8.. 34
Jft.P.Jb S.C. Ist. llo doßlo G. div.. 41
X. P. Bonds, Ist.. 106 •
STOCK*.
Attains Express.. 123 Mobile 0hi0... 6\
illeirheny Cent.. 12 Morris A E*»ext.ll4
Alton Jfc T. 11.... 17« >'.. C &St. L.... 34
do preferred... 78 ..I. Central.... 56
American 87 Norfolk* W.pt. M
8., C. R. i X. . . . 60 Northern Pacific. .15^
Canadian rscrac. 40 3 i do preferred... 40
Canada South'n.. 2t>V Northwestern 84Si
tVntral PaciSe... So3^ do preferred... lit
Chesapeake &O. i\i N. Y. Central.... 97 ? i
dolatprefd... 103£ Ohio Central 1>«
<Joad pret'd... 1 ■■• *' : o A Miss 16
CSicago* A1t. ..119 do preferred... 453{
|o preferred... l3s Ontario* West.. S;-»
r.,'«. & 0 109 Oregon 68
CsH.L.i N.O. 75 Oregon Trans.... BJi
C..Pti.UJt Pitts.. 6 On-con Imp 9
do inferred... 15 Pacific Mail 40
C, S. *vieve.... 41 Panama 98
Cleveland* Col.. 32 Pooria. D. & X... S*i
Delaware AH..,. 91 Ptttsbug 130
Del. A Lack 110* Pullman PaL Car. 95 4
lVnviT4R.i|.. 7\J Reading 24?»
Erie II Rock Island 103*
r do preferred... :5 St. L. A S. F 11^
KaatT., V. Jt 0.. ?X do preferred... 24 X
do prefgrwd... >'. 4 do l»t prefd... 73
fort Wayne 12 1 Mil. St. Paul. .. 61
Han. A St. Joe... S3 V I do preferred... 99
do preferred... «H \ St. Paul A Man ... 81 ,
HarlemJ ISO it. Paul A Otaa.. 23
Houston A Tex.. 17>J do preferred... tl
lllinoU Central... ll3 Texas Pacific 7H
Ind., B. A West.. 10 Calon Pacific 88 X
Kan*a» ATexa*.. ll v » X7sit«d States.... 474
Lake Erie W.. 7« L 4?.... 4
L*ke Shore 714 do preferred... 104
LouUviUe AN... M Wells & Farsro.-.IW
L., V A . A C. . . . 10 \V««t*rn U. T. . . 64
AC. Ist pfd.. 10 Hom«9tak«. ... 9
do M prefd... 5 Iron Silver 100
i'.emphis A C... M Ontario.. j<j
i!ich. Central 54 Quicksilver, 3
; nz"* A St, L... 9?^ do preferred... 20
do preferred... 194 South. Paciic. . ....
Viseouri Pacific. . 954 Sntro ..... .i^... ; ji -
•Asked. .... No «ale». ;vi!vreJ. |Sx, mar
coup. SEX. div. lEi. tot. t ;• ; \, .'
<■ - J. W. BRIDGES, •
miff, STOCK MD PRO¥ISIOSiBRORER,
Direct Telegraph. Facilities.
Buy, sell and carry for customers Provisions and
Stocks in large and small lots, on margins to suit
all Trades placed in Chicago or New York.
Room 12 Gilfflllan Block.
The following list, showing the quotations en
stocks in New York yesterday, are furnished by
J. W. Bridges, and are carefully compiled from
dispatches received yesterday. .
«* JU |» J ■ •-• 3 -go
N. Y. Cent.. 99 ■ 9"9*£ 97 3£ 97 £ I 95 \ 98%
St. Paul 68!»J 63^ 60% 61& 59J4 62%
Lake Shore. 74 1 i 74 71 71 68% 74 ) i
West. Un... 574 57V4 51 54 l 52 57
N. W. com. 87 1 87V 4 84- 84& 8254 86%
Union Pac. 33-' 8 33?» 28H :... 29% 32
Missouri Pac 97 97% 95 / 2 95 54 94 54 97
N. P. pf'd.. 42 43 39& 4034 39 1 41 Js
N. P. com.. 1656 1654 1554 15!>i 14& 15&
Tex. Pac... 754 1% 7& 7J4 6H 8
L. &N 25'/, 253* 24 24 2254' 2454
Oregon T... 9>4 9>4 B}£ 85* 75ij 9M
D., L. &W. 112 112 110 11054 10754 | IHS
Pac. Mail... 41 41 40 .... 39 40
Erie...' 12% 125!£ 12 12 11% Vi%
Omaha pf'd. 84& 84& I 81 2£ 81& 81 % 82J4
Omaha com. 2454 24 54 1 23 23 2-2% 25
Reading.... 2554 25 54 24 24% 235s 25%
M.&St.L.pf .... I 23
M.&St.L. co .... 10 10 10 BJ4 12
Denver.... 7% 7% 7& .... 8 I ....
C, B. & Q.. 11154(11154 109 109 108 & 11091
Manitoba... 8554 8554 83 83 80 8454
111. Cent'l.. 114 ,114 113 113 111}! 114
C.,R. I. &P. 105 105 103H 103% 104 106*4
Can. South. 2754 27 27 27 26 %\ 2754
Del. & Hud I 9254 92 a 9254 9154 92J4
P. P. Car... 96J£| 963£ 96& 96% 95?>£ 98
Jersey C... 69 59 58 5454 5754
Mich. C....1 158 54 154
COMMERCIAL
On 'Change.
St, Paul, July 1. — Yesterday
was a very quiet and uneventful one on
change. There was very little business trans
acted and values were about steady. Nothing
whatever was done in wheat and corn ; 10,000
bushels of year oats were sold at 25c; feed sold
at $18.75 and wild hay at $7.50; a lot of eggs
sold at 15'^. Total cash sales 5 cars. Follow
ing is the call.
Wheat— No. 1 hard 95c bid, 98c asked; June
0. .c bid; July §1 asked; August Si. o2 asked;
year 88c bid,'J3c asked; No. 1 85c bid, 90c asked;
No. 2 hard 90c bid; No. 2 regular 77c bid.
Corn — No. 2 48c bid, 52c asked; July 52c
asked; year 42c bid, 48c asked ; No. 3 46c bid,
49c asked.
— No. 2 mixed, 28c bid, 30c asked; July
80c asked; year 25c bid, 2Cc asked; No. 3 26c
bid; No. 2 white, 29c bid, 30c asked; No. 3
white. 27c bid.
Barley— No. 2, 55c bid ; No. 3 extra, 48c bid;
No. 3, 40c bid.
— 54c bid. ' •
Ground Feed— B.oo bid, $18.75 asked.
Corn Meal— Blß.oo bid; $19.00 asked to ar
rive .
Bran— Sacked $8.00 bid, $9.50 asked.
Baled Hay— bid, SB.OO asked.
800s — bid, 16& c asked.
Butter — 5c bid, 6J4c asked; dairy
fair, l~'/«c asked; choice, 15c ' asked;
creamery, 18c asked. .■ \ V
The following comparative table gives the
principal quotations at the call June 30-!
1883, and to-day:
1883. 1834.
Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked
Wheat No. 1 hard 107 110 95 98
» July 100
" Agust 1 02
, "No. 1 regular .* 85 90
"No. 2 hard.. 102 106 90 ....
•'No. 2 regular 95 .... 77 ....
Corn, No. 2 48 52
» No. 3 47 48 49
Oats, No. 11 mixed 81 32 28 30
" No. i mixed .... .... 20
» 2 white 32 34 29 30
" 3 white 33 27 ....
Barley, N0.2 . 55 .... 55 ....
" Sextra 45 .... 48
« 3 35 40
Rye, N0.2........ 48 .... *" 51 ....
Ground Feed .... 19 00 18 00 18 75
Corn meal 19-00 18 00 19 00
Bran Sacked 700 800 950
Baledhay 750 800 700 800
Timothy hay
l'otatoea .......... •••■ .... .... ....
JCgga 13/,- UU 15tf 10^(
' ■ '■•'■■■:.'.
Among: tlie Commission Men.
There is no improvement in butters; sales are
becoming slower daily and prices though low
have a downward look : small packages of extra
choice are not in demand and often hang on hand
til! they become no better than grease, as they
spoil more easily than large packings; cheese ii a
shade cheaper; dressed meats remain firm; mess
pork hams and provisions aro quiet. Oranges and
lemons are dearer; Other fruits are easier; straw
berries are becoming scarcer, the height of the
season it past.
Butter ßeceipts increasing ;greasc4c; packing
stock off flavor, sc; dairy, common to fair, 10
(&l~c; choice dairy, 13©15 c; creamery. 17@18c;
well known brands 19(ii.'J0c; extra choice in s@lo
lb. boxes, 2i.'@23c.
— Commoi , $1.65@1.85; medium, $2®
$2.25 ; navy &2.50& 2.t>5.
Bacon and Hams — clears bacon, 10c;
dry Bait, 9c; shoulders, B&SJic; hams, 13(^
18H.
Mess Pork— 17.75.
Ciikksb — Skirati — B He; full cream — lor.
Dressed Meats ßeef, city dressed, 9@
i- ; extra prims beef, 10,Vic;mutton, city dressed
9^©loc; veal, 10@Hc
Flour— Patents 50©6.25: straight $4.75©
5.25 Bakers' XXXV. $4.25©5.00; low grades
$2.75©3.00; Rye flour £3.50@4.00 per barrel;
graham $4. 25&4.60 per barrel; buckwheat Hour,
|e.75®7.00.
Hides — Green, salted, 7H©BMc; green, C@7c;
dry flint, 12c; calf, dry, IS He; green lie; deer,
dry, 80985 c; antelope, 80@25c; elk, 20@2C>c;
buffalo, SiiMUc, damaged H oft.
Tallow — No. 1, Be; No. 2, 5 He
Wool. — Unwashed, 16@l"c; washed 21©26 c.
Honey— stock 14®15c lb.
— Washington Territory, 30c; New York
28c. Wisconsin. 25c.
Malt — Soc@Bsc per bushel.
Linseed On — Haw, 53c; boiled Glc Lin
seed meal 538&24
Poultry — Chickens', dressed, 15@lGc per lb;
turkeys, dressed, 18@19c; ducks and geeee, 13
(Jtlsc. These prices are nominal, for scarcely
any birds are offered.
Nutb — Hickory, large, $1.00; email, $1.23,
walnuts, 15c; almonds, 18®20c; Barcelona ha;
eel (filberts) 14c; pecans, lO&llc; Brazil, 14c;
peanuts, B<?sl3c; Cocoa nuts, $5.00®7.00 per
100
Roots— (Medicinal) ginseng green, 30c; dry,
51.C0@1.70: leneca snake root, a;. ■• •;<■■ per ID.
Fruits — Apples fancy red stand, 5700@7. 50:
nnltoni |5. 00^6.60; ordinary found stock,
J5. 50; oranges, HeuißM §0.00@.0.50
Messina and Palermo lemons, S >.00
(&ti.so; Cranborricn, . nominal Mitla
ga grapes, 50 lb., >>; , 60; Figs, new, lie,
18c, -Me per lb. ; dates, black in frails Septic,
lard in boxes, lie per lb. ; Persian In 50 lb. boxes
»(&10c; bananas, |> | 8 per bnncn. Peaclißs
SS@S3 per box; apricots S'J.oO^SS.OO; ( :iii
forui.i plums $3-~s<tfr-'-C!0 "0 lb. boxes; Straw
berries' 15@tl8c per tinart o." g. ; blaeberries
fI.SO lor H bushel boxes; green apples fI.OO
per box.
Furs — Mink. 50c©1.00; coon, 60@80c; lynx,
2.50©4.00; mask rat. winter 10c, spring lie,
kittß 3©4 c; red fox, 1.23®1.50; kitts, 30@40c;
silver fox, 80.00 3 40.00. cross a.50(&6.00: otter
6.00® 10.00; laher, 6.00©9.00: «knnk, 30&75 c;
badger, 50© "5 c ; wild cat, 50 : ( ;j,t>Oc : house cat, 10
(&isc. marten, 1.25(2»3.03; wolverine, 4.00©5.00;
wolf. 1.0O<&3.00; prairie wolf, 75c@1.00; bear,
7.oo©l2.oo;cubs, 4.00ia8.00; beaver, Lake Sa
pcrior, 8.0i>©4,00 per lb. : Hudson bay, 3.00®
4.00 per lb.. Dakota. 2.00&3.00 per
Vkc.ktabi.es — Tomatoes, Ji.-.':> for »,£ bnshel
boxes; cabbage. Me per dozen; string beans,
wax. 50&05 cc for H bo. boxes; preen, |Il.'si<J.1 l .'si<J.
1.50 per bu; Minnesota strijv? beans and bntUe
beans, $2.50@3.00 per bn, Mmv potatoes in 5
barrel lots, 53.50&4.00.
Receipts and shipments of gTatn, lire stock.
produce, merchandise, etc.. for the twenty-four
hours ending June 29, ISM
Articles. Rec'd Sh'd Article*. Rec'd Sh'd,
Apricnltural Im- Lumber 45 11
plements 4 Liquor 1 ..
Barky 1. . Lime 6 ..'
Butter 1 Merchandise 56 55
Bee! 2 .. Machinery 3..
Beer 2.. Mail* I ..
Brick 18 1 Oats 11
Cattle 2 1 Pork 3 . .
Coal 28.. Piles 4 1
Cement 2 .. Iron 4 1
Construction Ma- Posts " 4 ..
terial 4 12 R. R. Iron and
Emigrant bot- Rails 2 S
ables 1 .. Stone 15 S
Flour 2 S Salt 1 3
Fruit 1 .. Scrap Iron 1 1
Horses and Mules 1 1 Sundries 17 6
Hay 1 Wheat 20 S3
Hogs 1 .. Wood c ..
Hides 1 Wire... 1 ..
Total car* received 254 Shipped 157
St. Paul Livestock.
* - . . ,',' v .
The supply of firm butcher's stock was more
liberal yesterday, but there was no prime beef
offered: 1 car of Minnesota steers an I Hl^jf
1,06*' pounds ssld at $3.25; 1 car stengfag 1.200
sold at $5-. 05 : 9 head averaging 1.030 brocfrht
$1.75; 1 car averaging 1,055 pounds at £«.75.
There were several IMS of medium steer« and
roßili sta2 lei; over. . Ail tie tors oSercd were >
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBM, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 1,1884.
sold ; 1 car averaging 230 pounds sold at $4.75;
I car averaging 220 pounds at $5.00, and - 1 car
averaging 165 pounds at $5.00. Prime mutton is
in demand. .
•I. ' ■■■£'} Family Retail Market. :',.'.;.' i*"
Bread and Flotjb — Wheat bread Be perlb
rye bread, 5c perlb;., Vienna bread, lOe per loaf ■
flour straight, 354@3c1b. patent, 3 J4@3 lb.
Butter — Farmhouse and creamery,. 20@25c;
good table .: dairy ri6@lßc; cooking 9@l2c ;
by the tub 15 per centoff. ?<..'..'
Honey — Minnesota honey . in ' comb , 30c per
pound. . . '.'..'..,
Cheese— l2s4@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, 39c per lb, 3 lbs for $1 ; Mocha
same as Java. ■• > '..'■■
Tea— Gunpowder 50@90c ; Japan from 25 to
70c ; Oolong 40 to 90c ; Young Hyson 50, 80, 90c.
Eggs— Strictly fresh, 16c; by the case. 15c. ■
— Apples, 60;&75c peck ; grapes, 50@60c
lb ; oranges, 45@Q0c doz ; Messina \ lemons,
25@40c per doz; Minnesota strawberries 1254
@18c qt; goosberries, 10c d per qt. ; peaches,
$1.00 per doz.; pine apples 15c@30c each; pine
cones 25c each; Wintergreen or tea berries
25c quart; cherries, 15c@50c per quart.
Fish — pickerel, croppies, rock bass 8c per B> ;
white fish and trout 10c@12c per lb.
Meats -Round steak 1254c@15c; sirloin steak
18c; porterhouse, 20c; roasts, 15@,18c; corned,
7@loc; mutton and veal 15@il8c; for chops and
roasts, pork 10c@1254c; pork sausages, 1254 c;
belognas 1254. !■".• ; v-'
Poultry and Game — Turkeys 22@25c per lb ;
chickens 18@20c; live fowl 75c@51.00 per pair;
spring chickens • 40c@60c per pair; live tur
keys 51.25@52.00 or 15c per ».
— Granniated Il@.l2lbs for 1.00; Stand
ard A 11 540.12 lbs for 1.00; extra C 131bs for 1.00
yellow C 14 lbs for 1.00.
- Vegetables— Beans, dry 10®.1254c quart;
horse radish 10c per lb ; leeks 50c per dozen;
onions 90c@1.25 bu. parsely 5c bunch;
saurkraut 15c quart; potatoes So@4oc
bushel; lettuce 10@18c dozen; youn? onions,
Cc dozen bunches new Bermuda onions, 10c lb. ;
rhubarb, 3c or 25c doz. bunches; radishes 6c
dozen bunches; Minnesota peas 20c@30c per
peck; spinach, 10c per peck; 30c per bushel;
string beans, 40c per peck; Minnesota beans 70c
per peck; asparagus, 35c@50c ' per dozen;'
cucumbers, 5c each; 40c per dozen;
new potatoes, 40c peck; tomatoes, !25c per box;
cauflliowers, from 5c to 20c each ; cabbage, 40c
per doz. : ■
Dried Fruits — Raisins, 10©25 c lb. currents,
12 lbs. for 00; prunes, 12 lbs. for $1.00; dried
apples, New York sliced, 1254 c per lb. evaporated
15@.20c per lb. dried peaches, 25@25c.
Home made Cider Vinegar, 50c gallon.
Milk — 5c quart; cream 60 quart.
S. H. WOOD & CO.,
Grain ana stock Briers.
22 Chamber of Commerce, Chicago.
4 ' •.-.•• .■•/: " 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. . . • ■
HOLLISTER & BLOOD,
COIIIBSIOHERGHANTB,
Grain, Provisions, Stocks.
Room 4 Davidson Block. -' St. Paul, Minn.
M. Duran's Reports.
St. Paul, June 30.
The following; quotations, giving the range of
the markets during the day, were received by M.
Dorau, Commission Merchant:
' ' WHEAT.
MILWAUKEE. CHICAGO.
July. Aug. July. Ang.
9:30 a.m. 8554 873f 85 87M
9:40 " 85 87% 85 54 87%
9:50 " 8554 8754 85 54 8754
10:00 " 85 8754 8554 87%
10:10 " 847s 87% 8554 87 Ji
10:20 " 85 87 85 y, 87J4
10:30 " 84 % 8754 85 8754
10: JO " 84% 87% 85% 8754
10:50 " . 84 8754 85 87
11:00 * " 817s- 87% 84& 86%
11:10 « 8.4? i 8754 B4JK 86 Ji
11:20 " 84% 87 84 ■?.£ 86 7£
11:30 " 84% 875 a ' Mli 86? i
11:40 " 84 54 87 8171 . 8G&
--11:50 " B4Jg ■ 8751 84 % 86%
12:00 M. 8154 87 84 7b 87
12:10 p.m. 84(,i 87 84& 80ȣ
12:20 " • 84%. 86% 84% 86%
J2:30 " 84 »i 8«M 844 8054 :
E8:40 '"• • •■" 88% 80% 8-1% ' '8654
12:50 " 84 86% 84% ' 8054
1:00 " 84 8054 84 1 86%
2:00 " 83% 86JJ 84 b0; B
2:15 " 88 54 80 83 86
2:30 " 8354 ' 86 88 % 80
2:45 "
, CORN, OATS AND PORK— CHICAGO.
Corn. I Oats. Pork.
Time. 1 - -^^—^— —^^— .-
JulylAug'July Aug July ' 1 Aug
9:30 a. m. 5->;.ij5354J305£ 267 il9 60 18 75
9:40 " 5254!5354'30%J27 19 50 18 75
9:50 " 52%'53%'30K 2G% 19 50 18 70
10:00 " 53% ."■i'i BOSK 27 19 45 18 70
10:10 " 5254153% \z0u\2d7i 19 40 I*B 65
10:20 " 5214 53% '3078:27 19 40» 18 60
10:80 " 52}» n.'i'i ;f oil -,>U 7 » 19 35 i 8 60
10:40 " 68 53%'30J£ 26% 19 80 18 55
10:50 " BBJi 5354 30% 27 19 35 18 50
11:00 " 52 53% 30% 19 40 18 55
11:10 " 52 . 535.1 30%'26?i f9 50 18 CO
11:30 " 5-'!^ vv,: 80X 19 40 18 70
11:30 " 51%!53%|3054 ! 26% 19 60 ,18 80
11:40 " SIX 58 K 30%'20% 19 55 jlB 90
11:50 " 51!.i!53% 30%J27 19 60 18 95
18:00 >r. 51% ■..■:■■,. 30% 27 1960 ah 90
12:10 r. m. - 5154 535 i 30H'267a 19 70 18 85 .
18:80 " 51% 53H 3054 26% 19 75 18 90'
18:80 " 61 54 '53 J4 80X - 11 ;19 60 18 05
18:40 " 51%153% 3054 ;27 19 65 il9 00
18:50 " 5154 :,;:i ; 30%|26% 19 55 18 'X,
1:00 " 51i4;58M,3054i28?^;19 50 19 00
2:00 ,' 51^|58X|80 ,26%:19 50 18 95
8:15 " 51>b 52% 297 i 26%19 40 18 95
2:30 " 51 58* M 20-A£ 19 40 18 90
2:45 " ....1....L..J....1
''ctfICAOU CLOSIKB.
.Tune wheat June corn ....
Sept. when 1 ..... 8756 September corn 53
October wheat.. BBX October corn.. . 52
Year wheat Year corn 44 54
Juneoats June pork
September oats.. 27?. i September pork ....
October oats October pork ....
Year oats 25 Year pork
Receipt 3 Shipment?.
Flour, barrels 18,781 15,659
Wheat, bushels 23,404 170J04
Oats •' 143,233 2^0,T67
Corn " ...134,700 90,667
Kve "
Barley "
FOREIGN.
LrvXRPOOL, June 30, 12 m. — Wheat weaker;
corn neglected. Cargoes . off. coast — Wheat
few bids in market; corn dull. Cargoes on pas
sage — Wheat dnll; corn dull.
Marx Lane. Wheat quiet: corn rather eas
ier. Country markets quiet, steady.
— Wheat and Soar quie.tsteady. ' " V
ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKETS.
Milwaukee Produce.
Milwaukee, June 30. — Flour quiet and
unchanged. Wheat, weaker; No. 2 BSKej
June S3 : 4 c: July fc»3££c; August 86^c. Corn
stronger; So. 2 53c. Oat? steadier; No. 2 30033 c,
white 34c delivered. Rye dull ; No. 1 60c bid;
No. 2 57 He bid. Barley scarce and nominally
firmer; No. 2 5Sc bid. Provisions quiet; mess
pork 518.73 cash and July; $13.90 August; lard,
prime steam 57. '-Jo cash and July; 57.::, >: j
August.' {■ Sweet pickled haras dull at \\ „
! 115£ c. "Live hogs strong at J4.70@@5.30.
Butter steady; choice creamery 19©20 c; fair
to giXKi 17@lSc; best dairy 14515 c. Cheese,
; steady; new cream S©9c . _ .■- firm at 15
<3>l3ijC. - Lake freights dull and nominal;
wheat to Buffalo •-''.(•. Receipts. 10,830
barrel of flour: 110,6-.'5 bushels of wheat;
| 2,575 bushels of barley, Shipments, 13,774
. barrels of flour; 5,672 bushels of wheat; 1,150
bushels of barley.
Chicago Produce.
Chicago, June 30.— Floor, qniet and
unchanged; good to choice winter . wheat
flour, 53.65: soft sprieg wheat flour §4.0094.50;
Minnesota bakers' $4.50^.15; patents $5.30
©6,25; lovr grades 32.00©3.25: rye flour 53.00
©3.30: Soathera Illinois and Missouri winter
wheat Soar 75; Michigan winter wheat
; $4.75©5.50; common to choice Minnesota $3. 50
; @4.00. Wheat, in rood demand but weaker;
opened ■weaker, declined iii£?»c, advanced a
trifle, declined l^c, fiuctaated and closed 1@
IV4C lower than the latest figures Saturday;
sale? ranged: June S3Ji@S5Ct closed at S3Sc;"
July.S4y@Ss4c, closed at 84 ?»c: August
S6K©S7?iC, closed at 66Xc; September 574®
SSjic, dosed at £74; October 53 ?4 ©39 4c;
No. 2 Chicago spring •83 % @S4c, closed at
S3Xc. Corn, unsettled and lower; opened
weaker, rallied Xc' declined 3£<Jlc with only
slight nr 4 ctns::oM, and dosed " JJGIc lower
than Saturday: cash 51&51 \c. - closed at
51c; ' June 5!©52c, closed at s:c:
.Tnly 51 4©52Hc, closed at 51 Vie: An?ast
53^53»ic dosed at 53 l c: ; September i
53y@544c, closed ats3»ic: October 524© \
534 c closed at &SHe: year 44?j@45Hc, closed
ft it?f- **•?■' *M*.<«*ir, • J -;-i r.r ""-. Oats
ja '":•■. lii: tiecsrJ» but vtsak, Ic^er;
cash . 30& c; June ' SO)i®SQX c, ■ closed -- at
30>4<&30%c; July 80&@81Hc, closed at 80& c;
August 20& ©27 c, closed at 36% c; Sep
tember 25%@20Hc, closed at 95 -We; year 25%©
25% c; May 28?£c. Rye, dull and easy at 02®
02 ye. .. Barley - dull and i nominal at 62@64c.
Flax • seed quiet at 81. 54©1.56 cash; $1.28 bid
for > September.. . . Pork, . dull . and unchanged;
cash lots v J16.00@17.00; ■-• June . and July
$19.25@19.50, closed at $19.50; August $18.90©
19.00; closed at $19.00 ; September $17.62 >/»<§>
17.75, closed ~at $17. October - $16.50
©10.00; year j $11.75©11.80. . Lard easier, 5
©7&c lower; , cash $7.20@7. 22)4; June
$7.17 ; July . $7.22}4@7.25, j close*
at $7.22 August $7.8T@7. 42)4, , closed
at $7. 40(^7.43 H; ; September $7. 6Q@7.(if7}i,
closed ats7.so®7:s3^J; October $7.65@7.67Vi5
year $7.33 Bulk meats in fair demand";
shoulders $5.75 ; short - ribs $7.40; short clear
$8.00. : - Butter quiet and unchanged; choice
creamery 18@19c ; fancy dairy 14@15c. Egos
quiet and unchanged at 15@16c. \fhlsky in
fair demand at $1.10. Freights— Corn to Buffalo
2@2!4c. " . .
: .Receipts, 14,000 barrels of flour? 25,000 bush-'
els of wheat; 143,000 bushels of corn; 185,000 i
bushels of oats; 13,000 bushels of rye ; 2,600 '
bushels of barley. Shipments, 16,000 barrels
of flour; 170,000 bushels : of . wheat; 241,
--000 . bushels .of corn ;, ,000 bushels of
oats; 53,000 bushels of rye; 59,000 bushels of
barley.
2:30, p. m. .On the afternoon board wheat
was easier; closed at 82c for June; 88 &c for
July; Btic for August; 87 % c for September.
Corn was easier; July, declined %c; August
and Septembor declined %c. Oats were easier;
July declined &c; J September declined %c.
Pork, unchanged. Lard, was easier; June and
July declined 1254 c.
Chicago Stock. '
Chicago, June — The Drovers' Journal re
ports: Hogs, receipts 18,000 head; shipments
2,500 head; the' « market was' active and
firm; rough • packiug $4.90@5.15;
packing and shipping $5.15@5.40; light $4.90
©5.30; skips . $3.50©4. 75. Cattle, receipts
6,500 head; shipments 8,000 head; the market
for fat, solid, dry fed cattle firm ;export grades $6.40
©6.65 ; good to choice shipping $6.00@6.40 ;
common to medium $5.00©0.00 ; grass fed
$3.25@5.25; corn fed Texans $5.20
©6.00. Sheep receipts 1,000 head; shipments
200 head; the market was steady; inferior
to fair $2.05@5.00 per hundred pounds; medium
to good $4.00©4.25 ; choice to ■ extra $4.50©
5.20. The Drovers' Journal Liverpool special
quotes the cattle market l / c higher; good to
choice American steers 15@16c per pound.
Dressed sheep weaker at 16c.
,; . ; ■ New York Produce.
New Tokk, June 30.— dull;
receipts 27,000 barrels ; exports , 10,000 barrels ;
superfine state and western $2.75@3.15 ; common
to good extra $3.00©3.65 ; good to choice
$3.70@6.25; white wheat extra $5.75@6.00;
extra Ohio $3.10@6.00 ; St. Louis $3.25@6.25;
Minnesota patent process $5.75@6.20. Wheat,
spot lots %©i;4c lower; options broke 3£@
1 54 c, and after a few feeble reactions closed .at
bottom figures ; receipts 18,000 bushels ; exports
185,000 bushels; No. 2 - Chicago , ; 93@94c:
ungraded red 78c@$1.10 ; No. 3 red 90c@51.15 ;
No. 2 red 96 >4©98c; ungraded white, 91c; No.
2 red June nominal ; July ' sales 608,000 bush
els ,at 952£©963£ c, closing at ;954c; August
sales 1,280,000 bushels, at 98% ©99 $£c, closing
at 09 Vic; September sales 1,368,000 bushels
at 99 ©$1.01%, closing at $1.00; *October
sales 384,000 bushels jat $1.01 &@1.03%,
closing at $1.01 December sales 56,000
bushels At $1.05@1. 05 4, closing at $1.05;
January sales 64,000 bushels at $1.06^©1.07,
closing at $1.07; February sales 16,000 bush
els at $1 .0854. Corn spot grades 1 ©2, and options
?i©lc lower, closing hesvy; receipts 188,000
bushels exports 153,000 bushels; ungraded 50
@68c; No. 3 54c; steamer 574 c; No. 2 584
©59 Kc; No. 2 white 68@684c; ungraded white
59©60 c; No. 2 July 58>-4@s9Mc, closing at
58Mc; August 59%@61c, closing at 59? Ac;
September 61^©62J4c,' closing at 614 c;
October 02 y a ©63 He, closing at 62% c. Oats %
@?3C lower, closing ' easy; receipts 133,000
bushels exports 38,000 bushels ; mixed western
35©37 c; white western 3ti@4oc. Coffee, . spot
fair; Rio dull at 9&©10 c; options opened firm
er and closed steady ; sales were reported as
follows i 1,500 bags Rio No. 7 August at $8.85 ;
250 bags September $8.50 2,000 bags October
at«8.55@8.60; 500 bags December $8.70. Sugar
firmer with a moderate business ; fair to good
refining 4%c; 'Muscovado 45i@4%c;
Jamaica 4Mc; centrifugal sJ£c; St. Domingo 4% ;
Molasses sugar 4%c; Porto Rico 4J£c: refined
steady; Barbadoes 5%c; C s&@s?bc; extra C
sH@s?»c; white extra C . s?i©sJac; yellow
4%©5% c; offs7a@6c; mould C 6 =£c; standard
A 6^c; confectioners' C 6%c; cut loaf
and crushed 7}.i@7%c; powdered 7!^©754c;
Off A 6©6 %c ; granulated 6 0-1 8@6 %c ; cubes
7?£c; Cuba -l^c; Brazil 4 &c, -Molasses, . quiet
but firm; 50-test refining lG^c; New Orleans
80©56 c; Cubaso-test 15 Vie. Rice steady and
in fair demand; .Rangoon 4% ©5 c; domestic
sJ4@7c. Petroleum steady; united quoted at
00% c; refined 77« c. Tallow quiet . but steady
at 6%c. Rosindullatsl.22H@l.27!4. Turpen
tine dull at 30c. Eggs, western, stronger at
185£ c. Pork dull and lower; old mess pork
quoted at $15.50; new mess $16.25. Beef
quiet but steady. Cut meats, middles nominal;
long clear middles $7.85. . Lard lower;
western steam spot quoted at $7.40; July
$7.35©7.39; August $7.55©7.65; September
$7.G7©7.74; October $7.80. Butter dull and
easier at B©2lc. ' Cheese quiet and weaker.
Other articles are unchanged.
New York D ry Goods.
New York, June 30. — There is a healthier
feeling prevailing now throughout the mar
ket, but for the closing day of the month and
season there has been a light trade. Agents will
name the prices of Tremont, Lawrence and Mas
sachusetts canton flannels on the basis of the
Tremont V Brown Be, and L brown 8V»c; Law
rence C brown Be, and A brown 9^c; Massachu
setts R Brown 62£. J
Cincinnati Whisky.
Cincinnati, Juae 30. — Whisky, wa3 steady
at 1.07.
Minneapolis ' Markets.
The following were tho quotations on 'change
yesterday afternoon:
Fi.oun — Patents, $3.75; straights, 55.25
(&5.G0; clears, $4.50&5.00; low grades, $I.Bo@
3.25.
Wheat yo.l hard, nominal No. 2 hard,
91>4c bid; No. 1 northern, 85 He; No. 2, 70c.
Corn— Rejected 51c. \
Oats — No. 2 mixed, 28®30c ; rejected, 2G(&2Bc ;
Bran— Bulk, $7.50@8.00.
Shouts— 12.00.
Mixed Feeu— §l7. jO©l9.oo.
. Dili nth Wheat
[Special Telegram to the Globe.
DULUTa, June — Wheat — The markets on
'change to-day were weak and lower. Closing
prices: No. 1 hard June 93'/ic; July 93^c;
No 2 hard June i£c; No. 2 June 80^c; Keceipts
2'.\932 bushels'. Shipment* 11,281 bushels. In
store 1,102,955 bushels.
Lumber.
rRTCZS TO DEALERS O^LT.
Common Boards fit 00
2nd " " 1100
Cull " 8 00
Coiiim Stock Boards 8, 10 and 12 inch I*oo
2nd " ■ " " " " 1100 |
Ist Fencing selected.- 16 00 1
! 2nd ' 1100 j
Cull " ;.. •. «co;
Scanting 2x4. *x 4, 10x12 and 18 ft 13 00
" '• ** 14 " 16 ".. 12 50
" " 20. " 14 00 j
Timbers 4x6 to Bxlo inclusive same &a scans
in(f. - ~
Joists2x6 to 2x12 inclusive.
'• 12, H and ft 1500
" 18 "»........ 1300 '
• 20 " ... 1400
Ist and 2nd Clear, 1 In, 1)4, 1H and 1 lncn
Konßh ..».".•..... «00 !
3rd Clear, 1 In, l't.lVi Inch, Rough. 40 00 J
Aselectl 1n,1)4, m inch. 80ugh..... 36 00 |
B " 1 " 2600
B v V 4, IV4 and 2 Inch 8000
BStock Boards .."..; 8600 :
C " .** !...... 8000,
D „ " «... 1800
A Flooring "88 00 :
B - 35 00
C M : ..; 26 00
Fencing Flooring selected .-....: 18 oO i
So. 1 Ship Lap* 16 00
N0.2 " ■ 1300
Drop Siding same an Flooring.
Ist and 2nd Clear aiding........ ....-_ .... 23 60
A Hiding... 1 2100 I
B ** ...;............- WOO
C •* .................•...:.......... 16 00
I) •* from • elected Fencing U 00
3 i Beaded Ceiling sOc more than Siding.
No. 1 Shingles per M ICO
x **;.-" ".. 200
XX ■ . " •*".„..„.. SCO
L«th ——..........; aoo
Dressing 1 side, tl per H.
T>nmiii|i » ' $1.5./ per M.
Droeslag and Matching. JiM per M
A Troublesome Question.
L<vsi>oSf, June — How to rescue or ran
som the crew of the British steamer, Niesoro,
wrecked November lest off the Acheen cost,
and still held captive by the rajah, is not yet
settled. However, the British gloop of war,
Peeasus. has been ordered to proceed from
Singapore to Acheen with provisions and
clothes for the captives. • -
Three Children Burned to Death.
YoirsGsTOwy, O..Jane 30 .~ The resident j
of Mrs. Patrick Murphy, of Brier Hill? a i
suburb of .this city, caught fire this ; morning ;
at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Murphy and one child '
escaped. Three children sleepinein the second i
story, asred five, seven and nine years, were i
turned to death.' ' ■ I
WORTHY
pa Of Confidence. v
-, A YFR'Q SarsaparillalsamccHcinethat.
I M I tH O during nearly 40 years, in all
, parts of the world, has proved its effi-
S cacy as the best blood alterative known
■') to medical science. -
SARSAPARILLA : (extracted from
OAnoArAnILLA the root of the
genuine Honduras Sarsaparilla) is its
. ' base, and its powers are enhanced by
the extracts of Yellow Dock and Stil
| lingia, the lodides of Potassium and
i Iron, and other potent ingredients.
rIQ your blood vitiated by derangements
110 of the digestive and assirailatoryfunc
tions? is it tainted by Scrofula? or
. does it contain the poison of Mercury
or Contagious Disease? ' „ . ~.
{Till* leading physicians of the United
1 rib states, who know the composition
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, say that
nothing else so good for the purlflca- ■>.
I tit hi of the blood is within the range of '
'pharmacy. - -.—■ :.7.-v~ •
AN I V by the use of this remedy Is It
UIB L. I possible for a person, who has .
corrupted blood to attain sound health
and prevent transmission of the de
structive taint to posterity. *-sss
TUn DA If ("* 11 1 V effectiverenovation
|nUIiUUunL.Y of the system must
j, - include not only the removal of cor
\ ruption from the blood, but its enrich
[ ■•' ment and the strengthening of . the
1 .vital organs. - " ■ ..-
PIT I I ADI C witnesses, all over the
RtLI A DLfc" world, -testify that this
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, Sarsaparilla. than, by any other
remedy. --?-
PS finn tnat is corrupted through dis-
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weakened through, diminution of the
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Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
DllDirVlMP the blood and building
rUillr Ylnu up the system require
time in serious cases, but benefit will
be derived from the use of Ayer's
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from anything else.
MrniPIMC for which like effects are
liitUlUlllCi falsely claimed, is abun
dant in the market, under many names,
but the only preparation that has stood
' : the test of time, and proved worthy of
the world's confidence, is
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PREPARED BY
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Sold by all druggists : Price 1 j
..;:;; six bottles for 85..
Gone Up in Smoke.
HrjXTiXGTOX,\V.Va., June 30. — At the fire
at2o' clock ihis morning at the corner of Third
avenue and Ninth street, ten frame build
ings were totally destroyed, owned by F. D.
Beuhrig, J. G. Breslin, George Cullen, J. T.
Hobart, Mrs. Lalana, Mrs. M. A. Burdick
and M. A. Sample, Loss: buildings, $13,
--000; goods, ,$5,000. Insurance: London
Assurance, $1,500; Peabody, $2,000; North
American, $900; Underwriters of Louisville,
$600; Underwriters of New York, $1,300,
Liverpool and Globe, $2,500; Hartford Fire
$500; Washington Fire and Marine, §1,500.
. DRUGS. ' ...
IN NEW QUARTERS.
P, J. DREIS,
General Druggist
Ib settled in his elegant New Store
Corner Nina anil Saint Peter streets.
Where can be found the finest and best of Drugs,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines,
etc. Also, all kinds of Garden and Flower Seeds
in their season.
PBESCEIPTIONS ASFECIAIiTT
TAILORING.
lii Tallflri,
146 EAST THIRD STREET.
GRATEFUL— COMFORTING.
EPPS'S COCOA!
BREAKFAST.
■ "By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and nu
trition, and by a careful application of the fine
properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Kpps has
provided our breakfast tables with a delicately
' flavored beverage which may <aye us many heavy
doctor's bills. It is by the judicious use of such
articles of diet that a constitution may be gradu
ally built up until strong enough to resist every
tendency of disease. Hundreds of subtle mala
dies are floating around us ready to attack wherev
er there is a weak point, We may escape many a
j fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified
I with pure blood and a properly nourished frame."
— Civil Service Gazette.
Made pimply with boiling water or milk. Sold
in tin? only ( Vi H> and lb) by Grocers, labeled thus:
TA If To fDDv' 9 PI! Homoeopathic Chemists
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■ *--': - '■ *
Tleatrlcal ii Hasieiais
EMPORIUM,
10 West Third street, St. Paul.
. IrerpectfcUy invite the attention of ladies and
gentlemen to m j large, ' most . complete and ele
gant itock , of ' new - Masquerade Costumes, for
bails, parties, theatrical performances, old follu'
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--- ; P. J;GIESEN.
TO
BRIDGE
BUILDERS.
Sealed proposals will be received at the offioe
of the City Engineer of the City of St.' Paul, un
til 12 M.,
JULY Bth, 1884,
For the Construction of
Six Iron Spans anfl Oilier WorK
In connection wi th the re-building of the Waba
iha street bridge across the Mississippi river in
said city, according to the plans and specifica
tions on file in said office.
Copies only of the specifications and profile
showing the length of spans, together with esti
mated quantities of masonry and other work to
be done will be mailed on application, and bid
ders must examine detailed plans on file in said
office.
Each bid must be accompanied with a certified
check for $500, payable to the city of St. Paul,
as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into a
contract in accordance with hia bid and furnish
the necessary bonds, vli :
1st — A bond in the sum of the full amount of
the contract, running to the city of St. Paul, for
the use of all persona who may do any work or
furnish any material for or on account of the
contract,' which bond must be satisfactory to and
approved by one of the Judges of the district
court of this district.
2d— A bond In an amount equal to 20 per cent,
of the'eontract price, running to the city of St.
Paul, as a guaranty of the faithful execution of
the contract.
All bids must be marked "Proposals for the
Wabasha street Bridge."
The right is reserved to reject any or all bids.
W. A. SOMERB, City B»gineer.
St. Paul, Minn., June 16th, 1884. 169-90
• BRIDGE MATERIAL.
St. Paul Foundry Go.
MANCTACTUREnS OF
CAST A.\D WROUGHT DM)
Blii&MuieW
Send for cuts of columns. All kinds of cast
ings made on short notice. Works on St. P., M.
&M. R. R., near Como avenue. Office, Fourth
street, corner Robert, St. Paul. H. "W. TOPPING,
Manager. C. M. Secretary and Treasurer'
93. •
PILES! PILES!
A sure cure for Blind, Bleeding, Itching and
Ulcerated Piles, has been discovered by Dr. Wil
liam, (an Indian remedy) called Dr. WILLIAM'S
INDIAN OINTMENT. A single box has cured
the worst chronic cases of 25 years' standing. No
one need suffer five minutes after applying this
wonderful soothing medicine. - Lotions and in
struments do more harm than good. William's
Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense
itching, (particularly at night after getting warm
in bed,) acts as a poultice, gives Instant and pain
less relief, and is prepared only for Piles, itching
of the 4rivate parts, and for nothing else. For
sale by all druggists, and mailed on receipt of
prjee, $1. NOYES BROS. & CUTLER, Wholesale
Agent, St. Paul, Minn. ' ■
RAILWAYS. '
Chicago, MMntcc & St. Panlßailwy"
THE FAST JAIL LIE!
Pullman Sleepers with Smoklnfj Rooms, and the
The finest Sluing Cars In . the world - are run ■ on all
through trains to and from Chicago.
PBPABTUa TKAIN3. , ■,„ Leave . Leave
. Minneapolis St. Paul.
: Elver Division.'
Milwaukee & Chicago Ex.. A 1:15 m A 2:oopm
Milwaukee & Chicago Ex.. A 8:15 pm'A 9:oopm
Lacrosse, Dubuque, Rock I
Island & St. Louis Ex.... C 6:10 am C E:4sam
La Cross* Passenger C 4:Bopm C 6:ospm
lowa &', Minn. Division.
Mason City & Davenport Ex. C 8:20 m C 8:80 am
Calinar Accommodation . . C 4:80 pm G "4:85 pm
Marshalltown & Dee Molnes |
Express E 6.00 pmE 7:lspm
Hastings & Dakota Dl v. |
MllbankEx ....... C 8:15 am O 7:ooam
Aberdeen Mitchell Ex.... A 4:35 pm'A 4:oopm
▲bbivlkq Ti'.ii.vs. I Arrive • Arrive
. ~^ . St. Paul. Minneapolis
River Division. I •
Chicago & Milwaukee Ex.. A 6:00 am A 6:45 am
Chicago & Milwaukee Ex . . A 1:00 pm A 1 p m
n» Mall c 8:25 pmC «:00pm
La CroHse, Dubuque, Bock I
Island & St. Louis Ex.... C 8:10 pin C 9:45pm
lowa & Minn. Division. |
Calinar Accommodation.... C 10:85 amC 10:40 am
Mason City, Sou. & West. Ex G 6:42 pmC 6:6opm
Marshalltown & De» Molnetj |
Bzpran B* 7:4samF B:3o am
Hastings & Dakota Dl v. ' I
Aberdeen & Mitchell Ex. .. A 12:30 mA 12:03pm
MDbank Pass C 7:80 pm C 6:30 pm
A, means dally; C. «xceptSundayi; E, except Sat
urdnys; F, except Monday.
Additional trains between St. Paul and Minneapolis
via "Short Line," leave both cities hourly. l"or par
ticulars see short Line time table.
Bt. Paul— Thompson, City Ticket Agent, 151
East Third street. Brown & Knebel, Ticket Agents,
Union Depot.
Minneapolis— G. L. Scott, City Ticket Agent, No. 7
Nlcollct House. A. it. Chamberlain, Ticket Agent,
l>ei>ot.
The Minneapolis Short
Line trains of the Chicago,
Milwaukee & Bt. Paul Jty^
will, until further notice stop
for passengers to and from Min
neapolis at the foot of Jackson
and Sibley streets.
Trains will start from and arrive at temporary
Union Depot, foot of Rosabel street.
W. H. DIXON,
General Northwestern Pass. Agent.
MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
Le. St. Paul ' Ar. St. Paul
Chicago Express *7:ooam *B:osam
DegMolnesdc Kansas City Ex. "7:00 am *8:05 a m
St. Louis "Through" Express j2:9Opm 112:20 pm
Des'Moines&KansasCltyEx. •f2:sopm 112:20pm
Excelsior and Wlnthrop ... '3:80 12:20 p m
Chicago "Fast" Express (16:20 m d7:4sam
d daily, • dally except Sundays, + dally except Sat
urd»y, t dally except Monday, j Ticket office St. Paul,
corner third and Sibley streets. E. A. Whltaker, City
; Ticket and Passenger Agent, and Union Depot.
8. F. BOYD,
General Ticket and Passenger Agent, Allnneapol
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & MANITOBA RAILWAY. ;;
FAEGO SHORT HiISTK.
ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO WINNIPEG AND THE BRITISH NORTHWEST.
■. - nan table. - .'■"■
~~~~~~~^~~ • •- ! "' [ Leave .Leave Mln| Arrival I [Arrival Mia
I St. Paul. I . oeapolia.| St. Paul. : | aeapolio.
Brown's Valley, Bre«kenridge, Wahpeton, Barneeville ...
and Farg0............ „ -•••: *7:3oam B«6am »7«oprfl ■■ . 625pm
Fergus Falls, Moorhead, Fargo, Ciookston, St. Vincent ■
•Bid Winnipeg.... .; •- •••-•• •8:00 am Bioam *6aopml " 6:45pm
Kt. Cloud Accommodation, via Montlcello and Clear- . •- . , . . . .
wa ( er \VV... • .........:.. | .*23opm EsO6nm »12«) . m U.-aopm
Bt Cloud [Accommodation, via Anoka and Elk Biver.... »3:4opm 4:lsrm •1005 am 10:00 am
reckenridge, Wahpeton, Caatelton, Hope, Portland, . -
Mayville, Crookston, (i Forks, Devil's Lake and Bt.
Vincent.. .'.:..:.:. :..;.':.............. ........:■. 1730pm - TMpm t?2oami 7:ooam
Fergus Falls, Moorhead, Fargo, Grand Forks, Devil* - .-. ..:.•.•
Lake, Larimorc, and Winnipeg...... I tß3op™' 9:15 pm t7^oam! .. .6^o am
Daily. • Except Sundays. „'..' . ■ . y ..■.-. .-.■.■,
7:30 p. m. train on Saturday runs only to Morris. 7:80 a. m. train on Monday runs only from Morris.
St. -pAjjiu & MINNEAPOLIS SHORT line. .
Leave St PaaJ— iCHO am, *7:l0 a m, *7:30 am, f7is am, j*Bi)o a m, 830 am, 930 «m,' 10-^0 am, 11:3) am
i •1230 pm, i-.iu pm, I*o pm, 230 pn» a:Sopm, 330 pm, 3:40 p ; m, BSO p m, tin p m, 430 p - m,,
{5:40 p m 6.20 pm, esiOpra, 730pm, 7 p in, 8:30 pm, 11:15 p :n. •
L«av9 Minneapolis— 6: Boa m, WOem, 7,10 , a m, 7-30 j a m, ■ .. 330 a m, '; 930 am, 10:31 a m
1130 am, tl2aO an. 1205 pm, 1233 p m.ll:ißam. 130 p m, 230 pm, 330 pm, «3o pat, s3o pm, t r >:-s3 pm ■
630 pm, 7.-<Xipm • 7:35 pm, 7:55 pm, H;ls p 71,11030 pm. | j^y Elegant sleepers oa all through trui.j-'. ■■ '
BT. PAUL— W. A. Turner, City Ticket Agent, cor. Third and Sibley tree Brown & KeaebeL, Agents
XT don depot. ' ■ '■ - ■ :-■■»-'.-.■:■'. •■ ?*,- .-,-- Aj ■ -
. MIKKEAPOLIS— 3. E. Smlta, General Agent, and H. L. Martin, Ticket Agent cor. Washington ■ auJ
Fourth Aye. Korth; . W. H. Winer, Agent, Xlcollet noate. , ....
; ;; MUTNETOWKA : via MANITOBA line.
Double Track! -I,:/ j ? >' . - Short Route! : . ./ Quick Tlm<- :
Le ye St.* Paul — 9:30 a.m., 1 :30 p.m., 5:30 p.m. -. Arrive Wayzats 10:20 a.m.", 2:20 p.m., G:2op.m'
-■** Minneapolie-10:00 " 2:00 " - 6:00 " Ar. Minnetonkaß. 10:30 " ":r!0 ■.»♦„*: C:3O '.'
:-;■■■■■; --..;••:■.• ■"■•;''""-. t: . ; .'. RETII:-- ■.;■-■■: -■•■:■■-,.,; „'--,.'.' ■■•:■.-■
Le Jiinnetonkaß.— 7:o3 a.m., 12:00 m., 5:00 p.m.. .Minneapolis 7: -'JO > i t":">l,"i)*.ni,'','s:36p.ia
Le.Te Wayzata— -7:W" ♦' 12;19 p.m., 5:10 ♦•:.: Arrive Paul '. S :0f» »' j:00 .'•S-C:Qyk» i /. ; /,
„ All Xraln» Vally.
■ • ■ : " ; ■■" BUSINESS houses'.' ■ ■•'•. ■. ' : ■
MDDfG BUSINESS MEN
OF
ST. PAUL, - ■,;.;•■ -:mlM'.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS IT LAW
STAjfroKn Nkwil, Attorney at Law, First Nation
■l Bank building, comer of . Fourth and Jackson St*. -
■ : .. •• ■ ' . • 96-185 -.;,;■ ' :-'; . ' : . : : :.■■;
Thomas G. Eatox, Room 50, Gilflllan block, St.
Paul, Minn.
ARCHITECTS. ""^
E. P. BAssronD, Boom 28, GWllJan blo«k..
H. S. Tueuerne, C. £„ 19 Gilnllan block. ■
. ; A. D. Hinsdale, Presley block. \ ■
n A.M.'Radcliff, Mannheimer block. '..'■
'J. Walter Stevenson, Davidson block, Rooms •
88 & 26. . . '. ■ . -. ■ : ■'■ ;.■-'.•'- ■:.■<: ;'•
~~ ARTISTS' MATERIALS.
Sherwood Hough, corner Third and Wabashaw.
Stevens & Roberts, 71 East Third street, St.
Paul. ■■-:• - -': '•. ■ '
BOOKS AMD STATIONERY. "~~
Sherwood Hough, corner Third and Wabashaw
St. Patjlßook&StatioxebtCo.,l27 East Third
■ CARRIAGES AID SLEIGHS, "•„
A.. Nippolt, East Sixth street, between Jack
son and Sibley streets. . ♦• ..'■'. '
. CARPETS AND WALL PAPER. ."
Johx Matheis, 17 East Third street. ■).:■■, .-■ '
1 W. L. Amdebsok, 122 East Third street, ,- :
DRY €OODS--Wboleßale.
Auebbach, Finch & Van Slyke, Siblßy street -
between Fourth and Fifth.; • /> ,
DRY eOODS-Retall.
Lindeke. Ladd & Co., 13 East Third Street.
GROCERIES— WhoIesaIe, v -
P. H. Kelly & Co.. 142 to 148 East Third street. .
~7~ HARDWARE AND TOOLS.
F. G. Drapbb & Co., 58 East Third street.
JEWELERS AND WATCHMAKERS.
Emu. Gkibt, 85 East Third street.
LOOKING CLASSES.
STEVEK9 & Robkbtsojt, 71 East Third street, 35.
Paul. -.•■■-■- .■-■-,
PICTURES ASP FRAMES. T~
Stbviss & Robebtbos; 71 East Third street, 3L'
Paul. ' ' ' - •'■-.'
TRPNK MAKERS.
Crippeit & tTpsoir, 1 74 Bast Third street. |
W. H. Oakland, 41 East Third street. ■ ■
WINES AND LlQUOßS— Wholesaled
B. Ktjhl & Co., Wholesale dealers In liquors and
wines, 194 East Third street, St. Paul.
WHOLESALE NOTIONS. T ~~
Arthur, Wabbkn & Abbott, 186 and 183 Ems.
Third street. ■'." " ' ' • ■■
WHOLESALE HARDWARE.
Strokg, Haokjcxt 6 Co, 218 to 218 East Fourth
street. . . .. : .
TRAVELERS' GUIDE
St. Parti Railway TjmeTapleg.,
"CHIOAGCv
St. Minneapolis & Omalia
AND
Clip & iiißstfiri
RAILWAYS.
THE ROYAL ROUTE,
EAST, SOUTH AND WEST.
BEPABTiira teaimi. . | Mlnneapolu St L pa .
Dcs Molnes fast Exyvcss. . . ' t7:4Sam fi-.uO «v.
Fast Chicago Express '8:15 pm ' »«:00pm
Fait Atlantic Ex »l:lspm V»2:oopm :*
Sioux City & Sioux Falls. . . . +7:41 am > 17:00 am „.:
Shakopee and Merriam Jet. *6:30 a m ' ■ *7:05 am '
Omaha and Kansas City .... ' *4:85 pin •8:50 m
Chicago Local Express. . : . / 80 am - ; t8:05 am .
Central WlsconMnExpress.. tr:80 » m • tß:os in-
Shakopee and Merrlam Jet. *S:Bopm *4 :05 p m
tLako Superior Expregs .... t7:ooam i 7: 10 am •
Stlllwnter and Blver Falls.. tO:3oa>m 10:05 a m ,
Stlllwater and River Falls. . t 4; 80pm +5:05 m
St. Paul & Pierre Ex. »12:05 night *lli3o p m
Dining Cars the finest in the world and luxurious
Smoking Boom Sleepers on all fast trains to Chicago. ■'
ABBIVIKQXBAISS. | L | Mln A n^;
St. Paul & Pierre Ex *8:00 a m •2:30 am
Chicago Day Express...... "*l :00 am *6:4ri»m
Merrlam Jet. and BUakopea. *12:30 p m *l:00 p m
Chicago Night Exproa*..;.. »l:00pm 'I:4spm
Sioux City * Sioux Falls. .. fß:2spm , f7:sspm
Omabaand Kansas City. .. 12:45 pm *12:15pm -
tL»ke Superior Expresfl f6:2opm f7:(iopm
Merrlam Jet. and Snakopoa "8:15 pm *9:05p in .
Chicago Local Express.'.:.. IS:2spm tG:oopm , (
Central Wisconsin Express. 15:25 p m . tC:OO pin
Blv«rFa*ls 19:35 am flOtOOam •
KiverKalU 18:25pm 16:00 pra
Dei Moines Fast Express. . . tß:3spm t7:?gpm .
♦Daily. t Except Sundays. 8 trains to Ptlllwater.
Lake Superior Express connects at Washburn
with steamers of Lake Superior Transit Co. for tlio
£2^*Tickctß, sleeping car socommodatlona, and nil
Information can be iccured at .--.'- . , ,
Ho. 13 Nlcollet House block, Minneapolis,
J. CHARBONKEAU. Ticket Aj«at
H. L. MARTIN, Agent, MlnueapoUs Depot. .'
Corner Third and Jackson street*, St. Paul. v
CHAB. H. PBTSCH, Clly Tloket Agent. '
KNEBEL & BROWN, Agents, 86. Paul Union Depot
IRMM PACIFIC 1 R.,
THE NEW
"Overland Route 1"
THE ONLY LIITE TO
Portland. Ore., and the Pacific Northwest.
Ttie "Pioneer Xdntf' between St. Paul, .
Minneapolis, Moor head and Fargo, and th»
ONLY JAne running IMnitig Cora and ,
l'ullman Sleepers between those points.
; ', \ "T '"'"' ■ 'Leave "
Departing Trains. I Leave Mlnneap-
St. Paul. . Oils..
Pacific express.... I *Wspm ♦*:Sopm
Fargo day express.:....... I J T:.'.a a m +8:40 am
Mandan and Fargo night ex I *?:45p»n *6:Wpm -
Dining care.Pullman *\b(sp>sTft. elegant day coaohM,
second-class coachea, and emigrant sleeping oar*
between St' Paul, Minneapolis, Fargo, Dak.; and
Portland, Ore., without change. Horton reclining
chair care on Fargo day express, free of charge for
ladle*, or gentlemen accompauled by ladles, holding
nrat-elam tlckeU. '-•■■•,.
Arrive- • .■'-.■; : ■
Arriving Trains, Mlnneap- Arrive
oils. Bt. Paul.
Atlantic express *12:10pm *13:25pm
Fargo day express t<:4opm t<>:sspm
Mandau and Fargo night «x 1 *7:io am *7:55 a m
•Dally. tExcept Sunday. ,
City office. St. Paul, 828 (old N0. 43) Jackson street. ~ '
City office, Minneapolis, No. 10 Nlcollet house.
CHAB. 8. FEE, • .
General Passenger Agent.
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