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FINANCIAL
HORJiINO BKPOBT.
ffrw York, Aug. 12. — 11 a. m. — Stocks
Jtrong this morning and rose f4@l?i percent.,
L'nion Pacific, Delaware, Lackawanna _ Western
md Lake Shore leading. Xear 11 o'clock the
swrket became lower.
ATTEF-XOON REPOBT.
Money at I@2 per cent. Prime mercan
tile paper h*zQ,§Vt per cent. Bar siiver, SI -10 Hi.
sterling exchange steady, 84.82'i@4.SS!i long,
|4.54'-i^.4.S4i» short.
Governments— Firm.
State Securities — Dull.
Bonds — Railroad bonds higher.
Stocks— Higher with Grangers. Western Union
Telegraph and Yauderbilts as the features. Di
rt, t t Timpson, of the Wall street bank, says
thcri- are no new developments this morning.
Stocks continued strong until 2 o'clock, whet- a
stlling movement set in and prices declined )*&
IJ_ percent, the latter fur Delaware, Lacka
wanua & Western. The market closed lower.
Morning Board Quotations.
rhrees 100"- g Fours coupons... 11 9? i
4he-0..." 11-'j Pacirlc (Js of *95..US
tiTOuKS.
Adam? Express.. '.3l N.J. Central 62 V4
Allegheny Cent.. 12 North'n Pacific. .. 21 %
Alton 4 T. II «6H do prefeired. . .
do preferred... 75 Northwestern 100 L 4
amcricaa do preferred — 141 J_
8., c. K. _: N M S.I. Central ioi_"' 8
Latiada Southern. o'JH N.Y..C. A St. L. 7 :^
Central Pacific... 40 do preferred... 12
Chicago- Alt 131 Ohio Central 2'j
do preferred... l4o Ohio- Miss 20
C, B. _ Q 119 do preferred... 55
L..M. L. AN. 0.. til Ontario & West. . 12
L.,S. & Cleve... 4I 7 a U.K. A S 82
Cleveland A Co!.. SDK Oregon Trsns 13 : i
Delsware A _... 9SV_ Pacific -Mail 48 i
Lei. A Lack Ill's Panama 98
Denver* K. G... W D eoria, D. A E... I«X
Erie 15i£ Pitt-burs 130
do preferred... 33 H Reading 27X
Fort W'avne 180 Kock fblsnd 114
Han. A St. Joe... 98% fet. L. AS. X 14".
do preferred.. BS!i do preferred. .. 3354
Harlem !90 do Ist praf'd. .. 67
Uonston A Tex.. 88 Mil. A St. Paul. .. 84
Illinois Central... l2S'i do preferred. . .110
Ind., B cV Weit.. li Et.Paul A Man.. 95 V4
Kansas A 'i\xas.. 19 St. Panl A O'ba. . 3414
Lake Erie A W.. lt% do preferred. . . 9SK
Lake Suore S0 T j Texas Pacific 13).
L'\illex Nash... 34;, l'nion Psclflc 44H
L., N. A. AC 17 Lnlted States 52
Ji.A. ('. Ist pfd. 10 Wat.. St. L. A P. « ! 8
10 -.'ii preCd. .. 5 do preferred. .. 15",
Memphis AC 88 WeflsA Fsr_»...loB
Mich. Central 66 West. Union T... 65)4
-r. L... 14 ] 4 Quicksilver iVt
do preferred:.. 81 do preferred... 25
Pacific '.f4 Pn—nsnPsLCar.lOS).
bio 0 C, St. L. - Pitts. 9
Essex. .l2B do preferred. .. x;-."i
N.. C. A St. 1 12
•Asked. tßid. ;(JJerel Ex. int. JEx
drr.
>-'..- Nl.Vo U-fOBT.
Money easy at &@1 per cent., closed
Vt. Prime mercai.:;:- ; . " . . •'--.. percent.
Sterling exchange, Lankc-rs' bills, steady at
. i : do. ex. demand, $4.84 ; otht-M un
changed.
< iovemments— Finn.
Bonds — Ballroad iionds strong and higher.
State Se'uriti.-s— Dull.
Stocks— Speculation at the Stock Exchange
-. - quiet but stron;. Tbe fact that there were
no failure, on account of the suspension of the
Wall street b.tnk, as predicted by the bears, had
nir.rli to do with the strength of the market.
rable newt from the west concerning the
cropß and the movement of new "Tain also in
■nt At the open
in. a majority of the active shares were fa
bnt before the first call a reaction set in and the
mprovement was partially lost. Subsequently,
on westers orders to buy, an advance of ■
percent, took place. Chicago A Northwestern
from '.".i >i to H'U? 4 , Chicago, Milwaukee A
St Paul fi'.m n-i'i to si';. Lake Shore from
j. Sew York Central from 104 to
10.->, Northern Pacific preferred fro:a ."iO'j to
[, Philadelphia — Heading from 48)4 te 44*<
snd Western Union Telegraph from o:j'- 3 to 65 v
- -.' p. in. a moderate Belling movement .-et
in and there was a decline of 'j^l'* percent.,
rliii ;:_-o _: Northwestern, Missouri Pacific and
York Central being most prominent in the
downward movement. In the Jnai traasactkms
i fractional recovery The market
.si- very qniSL tt'- -ales being only 201.127
ihsres, the smallest total for some weeks past.
There «i» little, if any excitement, ami tbe
tafltenesa of speculation was the subject of
niii li comment In the face of yesterday's bank
failure. Compared With latt niitht the closing
prices are ':''.r- s percent, higher except for
New Jersey Central, which id \ percent lower.
Among the inactive sUares American t'aiile rose
C) 4 per cent, to 59% 00 order, te buy for foreign
int. Illinois Central advanced 1 percent.
'I lie transactions aggregate! 204,000 sharea :
Delaware, Lackawanna A Western W.tOB;
Lake Store, 16,000; Chicago >t Northwestern
16,000; Chicago, Milwaukee ABt Panl 19
is Pacific 71,000; Western Union Telegraph
I
ItISINoSsTOCKS.
Tbe niitiiiiL- market was lomewhft more ac
tive. The sales included Amis at uO, < ■
dated \ Irglnia i-.'o.'ii. Belle li ifornla
16, Horn Silver s %, Rappannock ! ,; . SntroTun
nel 19, Green Mountain 185, Com I'acific
bj, i '• ler IS ami Robinson :;o.
BOSTON RAI-BOAO \SI> MISINiI
Dg an- the
ft today :
«j 189)4 Atch.*Top.lst7sM9
Csramettt 11 doland grant 7s 116)4
Kmiikliu 7 Eastern ß.U 65. .109
', Atch._Top. 11...
(^ulncy 88 Boat. A Albany.. 170
[alel 81)4 Bosi x Maine. ..160)4
:ral IS l „ ». .t Q 119)4
P M pfd.. 88 Flint- P. M _
Water l'ouer I. L. R. * Ft. S. ... '.'^
Lublon Laud 6 N. Y. _ N. E 15»_
san pßAUcnoo ■otnra.
A •• \ . ■ ; ; ■ , M< ii can ■.'-.'."i
8e1cher.. 275 Oj _tt
• :im>i 17S Potod 100
(allfornia Savtfa H>«»
4 hollar 375 s-urra Nevada. . . .220
Vlrgiula.. 23 I Dion C0n501... .175
Potat 150 I t ib 1 .r :
(ionldd . \eiiow Jacket. ..-JOO
Luc .V ■
_ONU"N SOOT ANii -"TDCKs.
, N. \ l . :.Tll. .
100 7-16 Illinois Centra]
F, r ari't. . 10c) 9 14'^
I 1"', Canadian Par hi . ;
. i.i , HO. .v m. Paul. .. 86 .
\flerii<">li It.i.ir.l < Miotitt hint.
cusji _i taj fouowtu*
, - old:
ni'Vi nonODßfti
three per rent« taca Marpoaa... ll9)4
4 >,» coupons HI - A '•5..188
Uu consols <"i 7l i Tenn. Gs, new 40
* Os 37
bt. Joe I - Oo«ieo_ 3*>
Ttuu. «*. old
urn: i.
C. I*. Dosds Ist. 1104 ' '-' an! crant. .107*4
| 8 -..kin.: fund 108 ■
Tel. P
*■-. P. 4 S. C.Ut. 117 co Uio •_. d.v.. 4* ,
I .p. Bonds.lst..lo9>4
Auam« I Mobile A (5_*0... 10
I . ;■.' Morris A Kmext.lBl
| I SC 1..... 4.
;-.'rred . . 75 K. J. C
> lo 81 Norfolk Jl W.pf. •.•;
I -.. i. H x tt.... ■■ rtksra Pacific. tt_
. ar-di.v 'c-red. .. 57
I i vi.i pre— tnd. . .:."'.
vkesapeake A O. 7 i N. V. central 10*S
SS
nl 4... 8)4 < ... 96
• . ..131 do preferred. .. f?3
Ontario.!. We-'.
t .. t'- i q . roni m . ... n ■
C., St. L.* N O. 88 n-i.iu Traus 18
-, PaciEc Mail 494
: . > _ - : » Pi-iama 98
■arts, i). a c... io*»
Irsrr-rTT - - •'-» ■ - ...I3t".
I , 11 » ....
.vK. ci... ;-'•> Kea-tnc i:
; Bock __•! US
ferred... Si> St. L. A 4. F 13
b
co p:
I i
list | Bl . OMti do preferred... loan
ri. an • , Si A' M.n... 93 h
Harlem WO it. Pan! 4 Urn'»„ 32H
32 do preferred... i*.-,
|SB*H Texas Pacific IS4
N l'nion Pacific 43S
- -:*« 52
Lake Ens £ w". I , I 01 UJt !'....
Ijfsr Shore ->■* do preferred..
u ■>•.;■• a 5... <•••* *e_*4i Faro... -
!..>"..». 4 c ... W Waat_i*iC. T — 64 fc
V *C. IM pfd.. M _S— _«_k_. ... 9
<- *M pruned... 5 S or
Ufa* 19
- 5
• do preferred... 23
jtpii' - -
Vxsaoari ! lt
: c*. I__ jia.-.
' «*-, »-X '— »• ,-----
J. W. BRIDGES _ CO.,
fiMO, STOCK AW PROYISIOS BROKER,
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.
Koom 13 GillHllan Block.
The following list, showing the quotations on
stocks in Xew York yesterday, are furnished l.y
J. W. Bridges, and are carefully compiled from
dispatches received yesterday.
— = _: i J"5 _ : _■ ~ 7
%_ _i'- t~ 5 : cc «os
s ■ s -; _^_. 1 ~- /- -
X. Y. Cent.. 104 : 3 105 104 [l-4fcjloSHrflos
St. Paul \ssH s; 1 ;. BB3< 8834 s:5 ' ; '-
Lake Skore.l t-J Bl)4 c'O j SO?, 79.^ -
West. Un... (13 3 , cr>v 4 8834 ' ; ' ;: -. ,; -' '•- t4 ':
N. W. com. 991.4 ioo ' s 99>. 99 S 993_j101)i
Union Pac. 43)4 44 i *8)4 433J 4-i : a 44» 3
Missouri Pa 92 •■: . .'. -, 93)4
X. P. pfd.. 50H H% 60). 51. 50)4 51.
IN". P. com.. 81). W)4 81)4 SW). -'■' ; — )4
Tex. Pac... 18)4 1834 I3M 18)4 ! s !<
L.AH 314 BSJ4 84«4 84)4 84 34T.
Oregon T... 15 IS 7 , 15 15 141j 15)4
j D., 1. iW. 11l 1185. 11034 H2J4 110)4 X*lX
Pac. Mail...j 49H 4334 *9H -»'- |J « +' Jl i 4 ' J3 i
Erie 16)4 J*H. 13 ; 3 »»3i 15 : v 15V,
Omaha pfd. 93. 93! ; 98J4 98). 98)4
Omaha com. 82)4 '32^ 3->' 4 S2^ 32 88
Heading .7. 8834 87)4 28 88
M._Sr-I_pf .... 80)4 81)4
M.&3C.L.CO 1434 14-i 14".i 14=i ....:....
Denver.. .. 18 12J4 12 1834 1 -- 1254
C..8. _Q..|119 119 119 119 119
Manitoba... 95_ 95'- 95U ; 95)4 96)4
111. Cent'l..lBB 130 f2_ 180 129 : -- '
C.,R. I. &P. 114 114 111 114 11-."-. 114
Can. South. 88 88 M 86 88)4 85*4 86)4
Del. & Hud. 98)4 9'J*4 98)4 99J4 97)4 99)4
P.P. Car ........ 107' 2 109
Jersey C 62)4 <>2 r , 68 0J t/-", 82)4
Mich. C... ..... bo. 1 . 07
COMMERCIAL
St. Paul, Aug. 13.— 1n making a commercial j
retrospect of the past week the first thing to be j
done is to go into the dry detail of figures sup- j
plied by the carrying trade as these in a incisure j
supply a basis upon which approximately ai.cu
rate estimate can be built of tbe great bulk of j
commercial business transacted for the week.
Tedious and laborious as these figures are they :
are cot withont interest to those who have had j
no opportunity of judging of the extent of j
a commercial city's mercantile transactions. The ■,
total number or cars shipped into the city laden
with goods of all kinds for the week ending
August 13, was 1,938, and for the week pre, i . -
2,014, being 76 cars less for the week under re
view. The shipments were 1.170 cars, against i
1,322 for the previous week, or 152 cars less. A
closer inspection will show that the dcci
in receipts was not in "merchandise," but in
oat?, feed, stone, coal, railroad material, etc. i
Receipts of merchandise by rail footed up 16,
-090.000 lbs, and by boat 900,000 lbs more, mak
ing a total of merchandise received of |
15,990,000 lbs, while the receipts of j
the week ending August 5, were by rail and boat I
11,990,00 i . -.. making the receipts for the week
ending under rsview just 1,100.000 pounds i
more. The shipments by rail were for each week
17,820,000 pounds ; the shipments by boat were
- nificant, being only 130,0001 - 230,
-000 lbs for the former week. 1 show
- of in irehsn Use in balk were
nearly alike for the two weeks, but the expr .-
packages for the week just passed, were -
siderably in excess of those of the previous week,
and in the aggregate the bulk of merchandise
sent out of the city was larger
tban that of the previous week.
Going the rounds of the jobbing houses every
day during the past week and noting ii..- piles of
packages for shipment it is easy to j .
whether business is bri^k or slower without con
sulting tbe shipping clerk's books or inter-,
ing tbe merchants, and such observation lias
led to the conclusion that grocery bouses and
jobbers in drapery at least have done a better
business during the past week.
Groceries daring the week past have I
quite active and there has been quite a pel
iidt- sport in business. Orders have not
been more numerous but larger, swelling
the volume of trade considerably,
illy is rirni. cxi ent sugars,
which hay. suffer* d another slight depreciation', |
but it Is thought that bottom prices have at last j
been reached aad thai before many days I
wiil be a reaction. Provisions sre very firm
rule higher. The scan it;.- of bams is becoming ;
felt and no doabt there will oe another sdva
shortly. Teas and coffees axe steady. For the j
former St Panl Is as good a market, if not
ter, than New York: the leading booses here
import tlie choicest brands of the new crop
via The Northern Pacific at
freight expenses than can the New York men !;
ant. Tbe boot and shoe trade stili remains
■nddnll. Orders tor fall goods am dropping in, |
bnt not very thick and heavy. Prices are nn- i
changed. Leather is steady and firm, with brisk
demaud for harness leathers, which are a little j
■tlffer. Manufactured iron and steel are
quiet : no heavy orders are received by the job
bing booses, bat there has been a good quiet i
Im.-iness in small bundles for smithing; ;
are linn. The general hardware business _
rather quiet just now, with
market about stea E oe of tbe i
have closed down, which fact hai I tendency to
.-.'in-ti the market. Th'-re are no changes |
In price lifts to record. Drags and drags
sundries have been iii good demand with a it
market; price.- current are unchanged. I.:
-re again down lc and lard
carbons have declined ',<:: window glass and j
fs' materials are Heady. Dry goods have |
been picking up during the past week, each
showing a s;-. ad;. taereaM to '■ from j
the men 00 the road. Pen
buyers have been a little more bum
mostly being near by buyers, The "drama
And a better disposition in country mii I
to look at fall .cods anil Older be.ivi 31
-. -.: m pods aad cloaking*. There are
no novelties to mention besides those to which
I last Meek. There are af< w
. bang) * In piece lists, all of which are in fa
the purchaser. Among them are cambrics I
■ Pratt of the Loom," foor .Barter *_ -
I cottons,
goods There bas
picking up in the
has not been any cbanga In >, and
-
. .'.ust st. Paul mta rol
■ . . : has be in expi
. ird of trade an t lhe Jobbers 1 anil
a united | BSt the ban*
prices corrent hm
mark down has been m.! :
have been carefuliy corrected up to d l
8T PAUL WHO. K-.VLE MARKET..
Grooftrlas *o*B Uro-ore" Snndrler.
F-r-lirn I>ned Frii-. ti*h. *
Lnyer riusins. _rwl :J Geo's cod c\l
Londra layers, awl 13 Boneless ro_j 6*
Loom ■msesMis.J ■ " strips, xx... 7
rataaetas,**-*.... ''i " " slb box 3
Sn'.id.ft W>t Caltrasulrcn-. -,
. mut* uw.s 75 Fnrr.oy uiacker-.-
Prui.e*.T - r_ishnw 64 So.l " 8S J
Currant-, new 5- 4 So.l bay " y ::>
fXtroa 19 So. labors " 1-' Ti
Dometitlc *~»rlfHl Fruits. F.-tra rcps--.^ rbl 11 V)
N. Y.jl'd _'d «p's 7-i So. 1 trout, H" STJ
S.Y .it'«dr'dap 1 « 7'j, So.l white ri-h.-, b- - . •
Mt.-hqrs " " .. Hen-in*. bb_ IM
Ohio qrs " M .. " H bf'l 3.'.
Ind'aq'* " ** .. "* 4 bbl 1 H
Alden dr'd ap's bbl I_>, - kits a
Alden " - ox 114 " H011and.. ..1 JO
Half peach*"! T» mw «>
I Mixed p«»che« 6. driedVbOx SO
I Peeled p^eches... 16*.
raia r-**ches Coffee.
I California plcmi.. 98 Fancy Rio
Pitted cherries.. .. 15 l*t_M II
BsilillWlll , 36 Km--:.. 12g14
Blackberries. 134 Mot— l 30
14 I
Canned Goods. Java **&*)
Dosea Svrau.
3!b stand poacbesl S-J Common molars— 17
Slb2_s " 175 N.0.d0. fair 5f
-_d ** 1« S. O. do, choice. . I
.is •* 140 ByTnp,fair :*»>
61bpie ■ a a Syrup, sut**r
1« " I' 3 Syrup, choice
:. apples ttr'irt 75 Sc addrtiot—l in 4 bbls.
M 1 Ot 5c * Id-.riona! ins«*_,lu gal
• 21b tomat-ie* 73 .ess.
c oysters mM I ?0 Cordage-
I 1 lb ■ ■ 15 Si«al—
lib " slack *) M-lir.rh
1 6> 1 ' tare-", or Sin ch 15
lib Salman IS) *kj,9or 4 inch.... !»!_
I .lb ■ 3 50 Manilla—
'Sib v 30J 4«g2iach 144
, 2 Ib lobsters 2- i^- 1 - inch
lib * 191 6fe»or4 inch.... 134
Ilb little neckelaml 25 I_th yarn, tarred. 11
•8 lb * ** J iW Bed cords— U
31bchicken 3 T5 Jute 1 10
2ibrarkey 3 90 3t_readSl»_l ISO
_«i«« milk . . : ....it) 6threadSl*_ 108 j
Swi*s_-il_.l 50 «tb read Manilla.. 3 _
Haifsard—w'^can 19 Cotton ITS
Quarters 13 Sagars.
-Aspc*rrie**...l S3 Awffee,s_u_dar<l.
J lb blackberries.. 1 00 Bdo «*t
21bi— 1 cherries.. 1 _ E_raC 8
31b white «* ..I <3 TeCo-rC »*,
,-._c««* 1«5 Orarclated _ 7
Sib ecs-pl—— .1 SO Po-rcVred
.rt^ussges.. 1 30 Crashed
oars 173 Cot'tW 7
3 lb prneapplee, B«
-bJ - brand..... • Soap, kc
3 lb string beans. 1 »> _ir_e»->ta Soap Co- -
:-_ - .. 94 White lily S'-«
-moßtieM. T9 BtwOawo ijjf
. »rro— _t** 1 "*> Imperial 5
-::..*il ** 1 _ Kiciiesota 5
. :_-—■■ 1W Star _ ftt»
3 lb Kuccotash IO Oerrosn
V»nnou_cor_ Si Bine 5
Ca_ froit Losk. . .3 Oi XrcnV e'-ory. UOb. 3
Boston b_r_Manal 70 Mottled Castile— . . 9
llbjel— m 310 Whit- So S
llbdo 150 Cntca-. «, dci_ 55
T_ableris&le«*... » Cooant oil, ?s« <__. S 5
H iral «pp;ebar;..3 50 St_-a__ss.fi 14S
V 4 jrai peach d 0...* Jn - Bine India, fis
Hfralpto*— do 500 ** White Ebaaiaa i\
-, g*l qomeedo.. J 50 " Sa_set
*.o . .5 50
H _-i __oe m«at_ C9O Sen dries.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST, 13, 188 _;
2 lb corn beef 2 75 Nutmegs 75
41b do..' 5 3S Cassia 11
3lb (.irf's feet.. ..3 80 Cloves 31
Allsplee 10
-Pepper ". 17
Nuts. Pounds. Sago tt
8. 8. Almonds IS Tapioca «
i Filberts. 13 Full crm cheese ... 10)4
i Brazils 7(_ Macoraoni 10
Walnuts 12 Vermicelli 10
Peanuts 1. OatmealNorthStai. 75
Pecans 11 Med. H. P. beans. .2 40
Navy beans _ 75
Pickles. Hominy 4 6u
Medium, bbls 7 CO Hops 30
" hi bb15... 4 00 Woodenware.
Small, bbls 8 03 2 hoop pails 1 *5
do Vibbls 450 B hoop pails 190
Sw't pic.'s bb15. ..14 50 Paper pails 350
; Mixed Er..iish. . . 12 00 No. 1 tubs 825
Kegs, 6 gal small. 2 35 N0.2 tubs 7 35
J'iiu--, in gloss 151, No. 3 tubs 1.6 2$
Quarts " 2 40 No.lchnrns » 7S
l i sral, " 850 No. 2ohnrns 875
Giilio-i " 500 No.Schurns 775
Catsap, pints 1 00 No. 4 churns t 00
v quarts 150 Wl!<=on singlew'sh'l 75
Starch— Kinjrford's. "Wilson donb wash' 2 75
Silver Gloss, lib.. 8 Stersimjie wash'dl 75
" " esst'd 8)4 Tallow candles.. 10>4
! Corn, Ilb paper ..8 Kirk's Imp savon s*i
Pearl 6
Dry Gooil*.
HIAVT BBOWN SHISETIKI4
j Hyde Park AAA «S Badger State LL.... 5V4
XXX std 7^ Greylo.k LL 5Vj
" XX 7 Lawrence LL 6*?_
Illinois A S
! Indian Head 7J£ AgawamF s'-£
j WachusetM la Cheese cloth X>Vt_\&\.
I Washington 7 Indian H I\i
Indian A 7S Euffalo Standard 754
, Indian D 7 Endurance 7
cSIETINo SXRIPES.
j Derier A 11 American 9yJ
" E 11 Eacia 9
' Amoskeag 104 Moravian. 13
PBISTB.
i American..... 6 Pacific 8
I Allen's 5 ; 4 Manchester. 6
" sbirtiiuf Hi Hrie+ol 6
] Cocheeo 8 Itobem 6V. j
I Gloucester SV4 Sprague pir.k 6\i
Simpson's 6 " fancy. 6
I Ilnmiiton 6 Oriental 6
| Merrimack D 6 Freeman, 5
•Harmony 5 Lodi 5
'Chester 5 Ballon solid 6!_
i Ballon black SVJ Simpson's, black 6
j Glonc6_ter.moar_ing 5^4
c__viots.
: Cermania XX 14 Crown, 8
32inc_...50 Bates- pialdß 9V.
Angora 11 Castlebar Wincy 1.J4
j Black Diimpnd 10 Amoskeag 9§lo
! Wiimeconnet 9i*_ Machester A plaid. ..lo
Edinburg 10)4
osxasoe.
Washing! on. Bat fold. t% King Phillip roileds. 6 I
; Glove li_is_d " .t l i Lonsdale 1 .6
rmraniwn
i Renfrew 9 Lancaster a
j White 9 " dress styles.. 9
| Plnpkett 8 Bates IVt
Randolph 7 Amoskeg 9
j Glasgow. 8 AtlanticDD 10>i
COTTOr-'B BLEACH-D.
4-4 S. T. Mills lov4 Nanmkeag 8H
Wcjn^ittrj? 10i>. Androscoggin B>i
4-4 Mt. Clair A 8 4-4 Hill S. 1 7>_
4-4 " X S 7-8 " 8
10-4 Fruit of Loom.. S?* 4-4 Bleckstone 7V£ |
4-4 Lonsd--.ie t-'i 4-4 Dextor AAA lin
1.->:i-- ale Cr-r-.ibric.li'i 4-4 Gladiator Bt_
:■>. " ited States « S-4 Centennial 5
I 4-4Bi-_arokA 8!_ 3-4Holme6vilie 6
! Fm'rmount 6. Cnster 6
iV_ BockporL 4J4
•■ Amoskeag St.
APEOS' CHECKS.
; .Ta-? Loc?, Uo. 50. .. .14 Farmers', Miners... 14
Utis....'. 10
XZOKOM.
33-ia. Shrewsbary .. . Otter Creek D. W.. .35
•' fancy 1C *>-.n. Otter Creek 14
3:'-!u. Con*=toga 15 " XXX 14
SJ-Jn, York 14 Otter Creek XX 13
3Vt— " XX liVi Cordis No. 1 15H
" X 10 " Kft. 2. 14V.
Amo-keag ACA 13 M No. 3. 13y.
" A 12 " No. 4 12
" 8........11 " No. 5 10
■ C l'l " N0.6. 9
" D 9 " No. 7 8
r_TTTSQ.
Kin? 14 Bock Island 12
r 12i_ Dia. P. 50 lbs 10
Standard 9
( Abov o war. full wgt. )
TTVK BTtOWN SKIHTISOS.
PepporillP. ''''_ -"^-in. Cornestogs 7H
" 0 6Vi 5.3-:n Te vraoe City B. 7
" N « Echo Lake 7
! 4-inHyieParkF... 8 Dwight, Z 7
GRAIN MM
Chatham 22 American A 18 50 j
Loved 21 V4 LewUiton 20
Stark A 22
Arnosbo..-^ 14 Si. Lawrence AA .... 15 I
Cohcnb— a XXX. ...15 " CC 13 i
!CordisD_T 15 CncnsviUe 13 I
n-> axa li Xontraß _H
!Otisßß 12 Pacific aft I
Warren AXA 13 Oakland A BH4 !
BB 12 " 13V4 i
Old York Eagle 15 St. Lawrence BA 14 j
brows Dcca.
i Boston X lo Terrace 9oz 15 I
XX ioyi " AA 13H j
Ply_onth7oz 11 " A 12*
Drnsr*. P-tJnts. Oils, *c.
Acid Acetic l'» Gum Opium.. 4 40
Acid Cit 55 Gum Shellac.. 28
Arid B— ph 6 Hemp Seed... t%
Tart 43 Ic«iideP 140 |
A'.cihol Ipecac,powder 100 j
Ainra 4 Jalap.powd'ed 35
I Aloes. Cap 20 Licorice ext'et 38 j
I Am. Aqua if Morphine^Jos 350 j
' Am. Carb 16 Nit. Silver fc 4 |
A'nii;-»tto 85 OilAiise 1 »•>
_<_IS_g_Sß..l 25al M Oil Cedar Vt
li."i.-i::_ C0p.... 5a _L Coves 110 ;
BRlsam Ton... 55 Oi'Lemon.... 175
Bi,r'Ks,Peru r-^d 40 Oil Origanum.. 40 |
" yellow 26 OU Olive, pure 150 ]
Bivy RuiuVKfl'-l 25*3325 Oi! Pep.... 3 50g3 75
| l;i Carb Soda.. 6_ 8 Oil Sassfrass. . C.5
Born 13 Potash, Chi... 20 ■
Brfans— oe roll. 4 Prus. Potash.. 28
rtnlonifcl. Am... 72 Quicksilver... 45 i
•jalomel, Eng... 110 Quinjue 135 j
Cayenne, pare ■ Fed Precipitate 84
nsnrnooi n Rbni-' v .no*. .»~<.i Os
i*wrda|sD_ Mai f*> **p-wi'rK_.is€fl 'JO
<:--:c7 j\ 155 eagoJ-if.r_fr_i a
Chloroform 95 Sal Soda 4
j Cochineal 40 Sal Nitre. pure 9
Crer.m Tartar.. 26 Seeds, Canary 5
" puro.... 40 " flai.gr'd 5
Emery 10 Senna 20
KsnBai— 4 Sulphur 6
K_. Logwood... 12 Sugar Lead... 18
! Qnm Arabio .... 80 Bp. turpentine 42
- sorts 30 Spirits Nllre.. 3l
" powdered.. 45 Yitrol, Bine... 8
oil*, sc.
Liz-eed, raw 5 v-ranle. —tra ROC<W
baited H Whale. No. 1 7{tiH)
ltleachno sDerm 1 tt OsriKJOjnspcM 13018
Lardoil,ei i'.'"a7il Gasoline. *5 deg.... 23
- No. 1 MgflO Berjrfne, 74 deg 15
Benzine, 62 deg 13
WIXDOW OL-SS.
Bxlo first qur.l try.. B 00 10.18. first qoality.. 800
9x12 first quality.. B <ft 10x18, first quality.. 850
9x15 Erst quality. .X 00 12x14, first quality.. 850 I
10x12 first quality. .B 00 12x18, fj—t quality.. 8 Ri) i
li i":4 first quality.. 800 12x18, first quality.. 8 50;
CO per cent discount
warts 1.-.D.
r'ypnre N. & * C.
loteof stWpound» 590 " " tins 875
FOnX SII\ET> PAINT-
Incr,ns nrpnil*. <; ii'ts. half ga.'oni. one gallon i
and two gallons, peckud six gallons incase.
perg-1. !
i.» r.nd inside white 1 !•■
!•<_ 1 H
■ 'iumou home colors 1 IB
Floor colors 1 10
I -on paitls >i
n ■ T ftm nl and N<>. Si [bine] 1 75 i
No. a ivi-ruiili )u| 2 30 '
Boots and Shoe*.
Men's Cns. French calf D. S. opera boots .34 00 '
percase - 60 ou
■MtOwa F-on-h kip D. 8. K>ots 4i i o
Men's Cas. French kip D. 8. boots 53 00
K*a_*S i\i-. .if D. S. op«ra boots 45 0U •
Ken's (tea. i-c!f D. S. split back boots 40 0«*
• Oos, gr»;n crinui 14 in. I>. 8. boots 76 CO :
■ C l -. -Train D. S. boots 23 •«
v--' C is. calf -i 1!. Pol 1 7) ;
- i -calf SB. Pol 135
jalf S. B. Pol I »J '
Arties and rubber goods, including specialities,
o per cent, from !;-•.
Leather etc
Buffalo sisn sots ex. best 31ft 32
* to «i=c sole best 19Q
tmlo Spanish ante M» tS3I
- oak s.i!e 38 ©42
r— __ cnf. MteSO S^s 1 30«$1 90
French caif, 30 to 3H 9m 1 20$ I 70
Fre_ch kip, 80 to 100 ft* 85fel 15
iiVrsio-i <aif 1 Oefl,l 20
■■k kip ver.l gofllOo
ck .ripsT. per foot * 33w &■
tor foot l"f^ 19
. c_ Harness 32*$ 33
; Oak hirness 30*j5 39
: Roans,o«rdo_ 8 i>ei2 00
--.pofdoz SS OOglO 00
Hsidssis
Angers— Best C. S. cut, less _s. per cent... SS
Jernincs. *P '
Anger bin— rfest CS. cot. less dls. per cant 10 ]
Butt'' — **r:-.ag_t narrow, discount. iJ
cart iixwe pin, diaoount. 60
Cast worn. fIMOHMt *>'
ChiseN— !».<'.et frßmi_r. dlsoonnt 60;
Bncke»# firmer. diMN-innt. 60 !
T*-"r-_g __i-e» — Best C. 8.. discount. (%}
Rise— XichoLson. discount sn ;
: Himres. Strap and T, discount 60*g20 ;
i<~. C.^'» genuine, diaconnt So
- ..cikOloc, disooont 80
Axei»-Hr_-.'s I 753
Peerless.. 7 50
Peerless doable bit 15 80
Mattocks, long cotter - » 50
Chains— Cal :•:«. 5-16 inch, Ib 7 0"
Cable, S inch A _ • So
Trace, long. V p-ir 40
TTac-. short. V P-lr 30
WelL ?>M. it 23
Oo_V*r-.i '-. tv_sc_«3, V dozen tCO
Wood back, No. 2 4 50
N0.301 8 50
■ Hs__ers— Maydole's No. Lsi, ads eye • 50
Basse'ds. 4 00
, Hac-UesSo-S I£o
No. 1 „. sen
Shaved, extra S 3D
t Katohsts— *:h-_g_ng No. J do-en 5W
&a_eli_t No _. > doses 6 «c
"J». 50c V do»_ a___os „. 6 40
■ ?o;_»_— Dfct— »r"iJ gross • 00
Scoops— Steel. Nc 4
No-6 »m
" N0.6 960
Scoops, Iron-No. 4, 7 So
i - « no
** * t4»
l : Screws, patent «___«t point, dis., per cent.. TS
C_T_ge bolt-, dls. pet -set, cewiitt
I*.. r*w list c
___*, _> w fe -. .;
Casing nails, above common 75
Finishing nails, above common 1 25
Clinch nails, above common 178
Tin plates, 10x14, lo 7 00
PiKtimperlb 2S
Sheet iron, common No. 27, per lb 8 50
Juniata, 3c advance
Charcoal. 24c advance
Wood's planished iron No. A. 104
" " No. B 9
Less than bundle, lc advance
Copper bottoms 24
Copper planished 88
Tinned copper, per ft) 28
Sheet zinc, per _ 74
Finished Iron and Steel
Common iron t 24
Horseshoe iron 34
Swedish iron 6
Besttoc! iteel 14
Cast plow steel 5
German plow steel..: 7
Spring steel 9
Machinery steel 9
Lumber,
rnicxs to c_a__k3 ojtlt.
Common Boards $13 50
snd •* ■ 10 00
cull " 8 00
Comm -n Stock Boards 8. 10 and 12 inch 13 50
2nd " " " •»••»• uoo
let Fencing selected .-. 16 00
2nd * 1100
Cull " BPO
.canting 2x4, 4x4, 10x12 and 18 tt 12 00
** " 14 " 16 " 1200
** 20 ".... 18 00
Timbers 4x6 to Bxlo inclusive same as scant
injr.
Joiets2x6 to 2x12 Inclusive.
" _,14audl6ft 1200
" 18" 12 50
20 " 13 00
lPt and Snd Clear, 1 in, Ift, 14 and 2 lncn
Boagh itOO !
3rd Ciear, 1 in, 14,14 lnoh. Koufrh 4C 00 I
Aeelectl in, 14, 14 inch. Bougi ESOOi
B "* 1" 2*00!
B " 14, 1H and 2 inch BCOO .
BStock Boards E6OO I
C " * scoo !
D „ " IbOO
A Flooring 36 00
B ** .5 00
C » 00
Fencing Flooring selected 17 00
Xo. 1 Snip Laps 15 50
N0.2 " » 1800
Drop Siding name as Flooring.
Ist and .nd Clear Siding 22 t>o
A Siding..! " 21 oil
B *• 1900
C • 1400
D " from selected Fencing 950
% Beaded Ceiling 50c more than Siding.
No. 1 Shingles per M 300
X *' :* ** 200
XX " " SOD
Lath « " iOO
Dressing 1 side, f-1 per M.
Dressing _ • $1.5j per M.
Among the Commission Men.
There can be no further doubt as to the grain
prospects ;n this country. More favorable
weather never blessed the efforts of the hus
bandman than that which has fallen upon the
wheat crop. There are no more cries of wecvel
and chinch bng and Hessian riv and red spider
and locusts; no more alarms of rust and smat
and mildew: no talk of damages by wind and
hail, and the chronic bulls have not during the
last week been able to find one unfavorable
circumstance of a feather's weight, a gossamer
strength to bolster up the market, and the con
sequence is that wheat has seen the lowest price
ever before reached. Around St. Paul and south
of us harvest is finished and threshing is pro
ceeding and from the thresher issues the bright
est, the plumpest and the hardest wheat ever
produced either in this or any other country.
The samples seen, and they were not a few, were
uniformly prime milling wheat, frse of cockle
and chess and imperfect berries. The
farmers in this locality at least
have occasion to rejoice over large
crops of splendid wheat, and if prices do rule low
a universally good crop -at low prices is better
than a poor crop with high prices. In the
former case everybody gets something, bnt in
the latter a favored few are paid handsomely, I
while the many starve. Nor are good crops con
fined to this country. Keports from Europe are.
! ali favorable : "grain matured in an exception
; ally good form." All the earliest wheats arc now
j in perfect milling condition. The trade iv car
; goes off coast is literally dried up under theblaz-
Ing sunshine, so ran the reports, and foreign
I wheat and flour Had 110 market. The position
taken by the Globe and uniformly maintained
I for the last ei.ht months is now demonstrated to
be the true one. bOc for a bushel of wheat was
given as the intrinsic value, and the opinion was
expressed that cash wheat would probably sell at
I Chicago at 75c before harvest was over. How
I well founded were the-se opinions has been
I proved ny the course wheat has taken since the
j prediction was made, in spite of every ruse and
trick of gamblers, and by the present
I state of the market. The movement of grain at
j this point for the week was, according to railroad
j returns, as follows: receipts 10S cars, being 58
cars more than the previous week: shipments
I 44 cars, or 72 cars less than the previous week.
The elevator returns show 25,737 bushels re
'it ivi-d and 15,806 bushels shipped. The mills
received from elevator B 15,000 bushels, from
j X. A M. road s,u<"o bushels, from other points
! O.DOO bushels. The receipts from farmers'
j wagons have been very light. Considerable new
j wheat has been offered to the millers but they have
I uot yet bought any. The probable price for the
new crop at this point will be 70c for Xo. 2 regu
| iar and 75c for Xo. 1. • It is thought that for the
next season prices will be regulated here more
I by the fluctuations of the central markets, and
j that the mills will not as heretofore try so much
speculatively as they have 'done, but will either
act more or less upon the "hand to mouth
principle. There is no change to record iv rlour.
The gross business has been about the same as
last week with prices unchanged — railroad re
turns show a trilling decrease in the shipments
amounting to 3 cars. There has been but Utile
doing in corn, the receipts have been extremely
li^'ht and the stock in elevator has been reduced
by 40J bushels only : prices have ruled steady.
There has bee 11 a fair business in oits — princi
pally Xo. 2 mixed, bat the whole transactions
amounted to only 10,31 1 busheles, of which 2,311
bushels lessened the stock in elevator. Prices
have ranged from -JBc to 30c. There has been
next to uothin. done in barley. — 1,000 bushels
only being the total receipts. There has been a
_-r. -_t failing off in the demand .for ground feed,
transactions being but one-fourth of what they
-.r- for the previous week; prices have
' been steady. The receipts of
: hay were more liberal, the part
! week; 'JO cars shipped into the city found a
1 ready market but at lower figures, prices falling
from jlO to $7.50. There is nothing new to say
of butter. The market remains about as it was
last week. There have been during the week
two or three sales of large lots, upwards of
2.000 pounds per lot, of creamery at iScTr.2or.
Bacoa and hams remain very firm and the latter
very scarce, and another advance may be ex-
I pected. The corner on pork Is being main'vin :I
■ - accordingly *erionsly affected,
prices having advanced $1 since last week.
1 Dressed meats are quiet and steady. There
hi n r ) change in hides, tallow,
j and wool. Brewer's materials are steady and
; quiet. Live poultry is in active demand with
iittie receipts. The local trade is fairly I
', well supplied by farmers' deliveries but the j
-l:ip;ing demand is greater than the supply. !
i Medicine roots are slow and only the be'ter I
' qualities of ginseng and senica snake root com- 1
: mana the quoted prices. Fruits during the past
; week have been very brisk. The supply of blue
i berries has been large and of good quality :
blackberries have also been in good
; supply and have sold well. Califor
; nia and Oregon fruits sre coming
: in more plentiful and in better shape ; prices are
: a shade lower. Domestic peaches, that is, fruit
from Maryland. Michigan, etc., are better in
uu-.iity and more abundant and prices have
i dropped one-half, selling now at $1.50 for half j
I u-hri baskets. Grapes are beginning to come 1
; in both from below and California, but they are ■
: not yet of good shipping quality. Vegetables
are splendid, abundant and cheap.
*jjg^~Folio-.viug prices are for round lots only :
Butter — Receipts large; grease 4c; pack
stock off flavor, sc; dairy, common to fair, 10
_.V2c: choice dairy, 13<&15c; creamery 17@lr?c: !
well known brands 19^20c ; extra cnoice in 5<&10
Ib. boxes. 22«*23c.
Beaks — Commoi . $1.65®1-85; medium, $2.25
@$250 : navy $2.75.
Bacok Asa EL__rs — Long clears bacon. 10c; .
dry salt 3c; shoulders, t&»4c; Hams. 13^34
Mess Posk — $17.50@15.50.
C__sz — Skim s— Oc : I nil cream 9 — loc.
Dressed Meats — Beef, city dressed, 7®
- r e .-extra prime beef. 9*^c; mutton, city dressed
; t>4&9c; veal. 10c: pori_, 7c
Flottr— Patents $6@6.25: straight $4.75®
5.25 Bakers' X-XX, $4.25^5.00; low grades
52.75tfj3.00: Rye flour $3.50®4.00 per barrel; :
graham $4.25^4.50 per barrel; buckwheat near.
$6.75<&7.0U.
Hides — Green. salted, 7^7 -,c: green, 6&7e; 1
dry flint. 12. c; call dry, l«4c: green lie; deer,
dry. 30®25c; antelope, 20&85 C: elk 20<3_>c;
buffalo. S&lOc damaged 4 off: sheep pelts. :
shearings 25c. lamb 40c
Tallow — Xo. 1, stfj-54c: Xo. 2. 4c.
Wool— -Unwashed. 14®15c; washed 20Q2-.
Hosxt — Xew clover. 20c: buckwheat Id® 17c :
Hon — Wss_ng*on Territory. K>£_oe; New
York 3۩4oc Wisconsin. 34&36 c
Malt — eOc©Ssc perbusheL
Lr-SKxn On. — Raw. 57c; boiled 60c lin
seed meal $-"2 _23
Xcrs — Hickory, large. $1.00; t__U $1.85,
wains ta, 15c : almonds, IS-&20C; Barcelona ha;
e«li filberts > 14c: pecans, lO&llc; Brazil, 14c;
peanuts. B<_;i3e; Cocon nuts. $5.00®7.00 per
100.
Pooltry — Sprmr chicken, *X-£4oc per pair : old
birds 50®65c per pair; receipts liberal, demand
• fair
Boor**— (Medicinal'! ginseng green. 30e; dry,
Sl-6O&1.70; sececa mate root. 35®38c per a.
Fttctts— Lemons. $5.u0&55.50: cased, $6.00:
blueberries $2.so<>J!.'JO per be: Tigs, 15c
lit, lac per 35. : dates, black in frails sc®6c
fard in boxes, lie per ib. : Persian in 501b. boxes
9*Sloc: han-maa. $2.50®54.00 per bane a.
Peaches — California 52.756&3 per box: Domestic
per : -= - ..:; Rem — g*~«— -*~am
»-..-. _^... . , v__-.__i _.___,.• ....... \mm_omt
32.00@52.25 20 lb. boxes; California pears, $4®
4.50 per 4o lb. boxes; green apples $3.00(2.4.00
per barrel; mnskmelons, $1.50 per crate;
watermelons, $20 per 100; blackberries $2.00®
2.50, 10 qt cases. Concord grapes, 15c per lb.,
$4.50@5.00 per case. California grapes, $4.00
per case.
Furs — Mink. 50c©1.00; coon, 60©80 c; lynx,
2.DO@-l.00; musk rat. winter 10c, spring 12c,
kitts3(_l4c; red fox, 1.25©1.50; kitts. 30_4()c;
silver fox, i 0.00*2,40.00,. 00*2,40. 00, cross 2.59<&6.00 ; otter
6.00(_>10.00; fisher, 6.00®9.00 ; skunk, 30(21 75c;
badger, 50@75c ; wild cat, 50®60c ; house cat, 10
@25c, marten, 1.25&3.00; wolverine, 4.003&5.00;
wolf, 1.00-^3.00; prairie wolf, 75CJ1.00; bear,
7.00@12.00; cubs. 4.00(ft6.00; beaver. Lake Su
perior, 3.00@4,00 per lb. : Hudson bay, 3.007*,
4.00 per lb.. Dakota, 2.00&3.O0 per lb.
Vegetables — Tomatoes, 35c 4 bushel boxes ;
Minnesota* 31-50 per bushel; cabbage, 40c@60c
perdozen o.g; Minnesota string beans and butter
beans, 35@40c bushel ; new potatoes 55@60c o.g
per bushel; onions $3.50 per bbl. o. g.
St. Paul Live Stock.
Tbe cattle market for the past week has been
quiet and steady. There has been no outside
demand and business has been confined wholly
to supplying the local butchers and abattoirs.
The supply of cattle was about the same as dur
ing the previous week the railroad returns show
ing 1 car less, but as not one-tenth of the cattle
going into the yards is reported by the tailroads,
little can be learned from this source. The cat
tle received have been of abont the same quality
a 9 usual offering at this time of the year, the
great bulk being from poor to medium with an
occasional car load of good grass fed steers.
The prices obtained have ranged from $3 to $5
live weight ; bull beet of course was lower, some
having sold at 24c upon the hoof. Good even
steers commanded $5 ; several cars averaging
from 1200 pounds to 1,250 pounds sold at S5 :
fair steers averaging 1100 pounds to 1,180 sold at
54.50: coarse. steers averaging 1,100 pounds to
1180 sold at $4.35 ; smooth steers averaging 1,000
pounds sold at $4.40@4,50: heifers and steers
averaging 1,000 pounds to 1,100 pounds sold at
$4: cows and heifers averaging 950 to 1,000
pounds sold at $3.25<&3.75; mixed cattle aver
aging 850 to 950 pounds sold at $3®3.25. The
supply of sheep was very light and all offered
sold at prices ranging from $3.25©4 — good
mutton commands readily 4c per pound live
weight. Tho supply of hogs has not been large
aud those offered have sold briskly at from $5.00
(stockers) to $5.60. There is no doubt that St.
Paul as a live stock market is rapidly advancing.
The market here has daily to feed some 200.000
people, and dressed meat shippers and packing
houses are multiplying. It will be seen by com
paring prices given in these columns dally — se
lected from actual sales, with prices of cattle of
same weight and quality, that the figures are in
favor of St. Paul.
Among the sales yesterday, were the follow
ing:
Xo. Av'geW'ht. Price.
8 steers 1,125 lb $4 50
13 " 1,050" 450
8 " •'.• 1,135" 460
10 " 1,126" 460
19 Montana 1,164 " 4 25
19 mixed cattle 930" 3 25
19 " " 975 " 3 30
3 bulls 1.130 " 2 50
63 sheep 80" 4 00
46 lambs 60" 4 624
Receipts and shipments of grain, live stock
hours ending Aug. 12, ISS4.
Articles. Rec'd Sb'd Articles. Rec'd Sh'd.
Agricultural Im- | Hogs 2 1
plementa 2 | Hams 4 1
Barley 1 | Lumber 48 47
Bran 2 .. 1 Liquor 1 ..
Beef 2 .. Lime 16 2
Beer 1 .. | Merchandise. ... 114 93
Barrel Stock 1 ..I Machinery 6..
Brick 33 7 | Kails 2..
Corn MeaL 2 . . j Oats 6..
Cattle 2 .. Oil 1
Coal 44 6 Pork 5..
Cement 15 .. Pig iron 3 ..
Castings 1 .. Railroad iron
Construction Ma- and rails 4 7
terial 2 2 Stone 15 8
Emigrant Mov- | Sugar 3..
ables 1 6 Salt 1 ..
Flour 1 5 Stoves 1 ..
Feed 1 Sundries 13 3
Fruit 10 1 Wheat 35 1
Horses and Mules .. 2 Wood 30 ..
Hay 4 2 j
Total cars received 430 j Total cars shipped 199
On 'Change.
St. Paul, Aug. l3— The market yesterday morn
ing on 'change was quiet and generally steady.
There was nothing doing in wheat which was
nominally unchanged; corn was offered at Mon
day's prices but received no attention from buy
ers. Uats were in demand and steady: 1 car
Xo. 2 mixed sold at 2Sc and 3 cars sold from
sample p. t. Ground feed was firm but quiet; 1
car sold at 313-50 and 1 car at $19. Hay was a
little firmer; 1 car sold at $7.50 and 2 cars at
$8 ; 2 cars of timothy sold at $10.50; 25c only
was bid for potatoes, but none were offered.
Eggs were weaker; 50 cases sold at 16c cases
included, but the market closod 12c to buy and
13c to sell. Following is the call ;
Wheat — Xo. 1 hard, 95c asked; September, 85
asked; October, 85c asked; year, 82c bid, 85c
asked; Xo. 2 regular, September, 70c bid; 75c
asked; October 70c bid, 75c asked; year, 70c
bid, 75c asked.
Cork — Xo. 2, 52c asked; September 50c
asked; year 4oc bid, 45c asked.
OATg — Xo. 2 mixed, 28c asked; September,
24c bid, 25c asked; October, 26c asked: year
24c bid, 25c asked; Xo. 3 white, 27c bid; 30c
asked ; rejected, 25 asked.
Barley — Xo. 2 53c bid; Sept. 53c bid, year,
53c bid: Xo. 3 extra, 45c bid; Sept. 45c bid;
Oct. 45c bid, year, 45c bid Xo. 3 40c hid.
Rye — 54c bid.
GrocudFeed — $18. 50 bid, $19.00 asked.
Corn Meal— slB.so bid, $19.50 asked; bolted
$25.00 asked.
Bras— Sacked, $8.00 to $9.00 asked.
Baled Hat— s7. oo bid: $7.50 asked.
OTimothy Hay. — $10.50 asked.
Potatoes — 25c bid.
Laos — 12c bid : 13c asked.
Butter — Packing. 5c bid, 64c asKed; dairy
fair, 124 c asked choice, 15c asked; creamery,
18c asked
The following comparative table elves the
principal quotations at the call August 12,
1883, andto-uay:
1883. 1684.
Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked
Wheat No. 1 hard 1 12 1 14 95
•* " Bept.. 108 110 85
" Oct 85
•'No. 1 regular
"Xo. 2 hard.. 107
'•Xo. 2 regular 100 70 ....
Corn, Xo. 2 „ 48 52
" Xo. 8 40 43
Oats, Xo. 2 mixed 30 28
- No. 3 mixed 29
•*■ 2 white 31
■ 3 white SO 27 30
Barley, No. 2 56 .... 55
•* 3extra 47 45
■ 3 38 40
Rye, N0.2.. 48 .... 54
Ground Feed 18 00 19 00 18 50 19 00
Cornmeal 18 50 18 50 19 50
Bran Sacked 9 00 8 00 9 00
Baledhay 850 700 750
Timothy hay 10 00 1100 10 50
Potatoesnew 35 25 ....
Eggs 17 17 12 13
Family Retail Market.
Bread axd Flour — Wheat bread 5c per lb
rye bread, 5c per lb; Vienna bread, lOe per loaf;
flour straight. 2H _3c lb. patent. -<4<%34c lb.
Butter — Farmhouse and creamery, x2i&26c;
good table dairy l:»fo2uc; cooxing 9®l2c:
by the tub 15 per centoff.
Hoset— Minnesota honey in comb 30c per
pound.
CHZXftE — \2-i_\oc_io: Swiss, 20^23c
CorrE3 — Green Rio. 5&6 lbs for $1; Java
fgreenj Z_A lbs for $1 ; Rio roast, 4«&5t&7 lbs
for $1 ; Java roast. 35c per lb, 3 lbs for $1 ; Mocha
same as Java.
Tea — Gunpowder 50Q,90c ; Japan from 25 to
7t)c -. Oolong 40 to 90c : Tonns Hyson 50, 80, 90c
E<-.*!J — strictly fresh. 17 .tltictby the case. 16c.
FnriTs — Apples, 50c peck : 51. 35 per bashel;
grapes, sO<_'ioc per _ : Messina lemons, 35c per
_oz: peaches $I.cO per basket: red currants. 184 c
per quart: blue berries 10®124c per quart:
black berries 15«Jj20c; Oregon plums. 25c per
doz ; California pears. 5c each : MM— melons, 10
Xinnesotas, 25Q**Oc; watermelons,
3>>^soc.
Fish — Salmon. 1«4J.20c per lb: white fish,
trout, pike and bass, 10c: pickerel, croppies, 8c
per t>.
Meats Konnd steak 134e^15c: sirloin steak
18c; porter house, 20c : roasts, 15^:Sc; _rned.
7@loc; mntton and veal l<*@.lsc; for chops and
roasts, pork ?.c_.l>x; pork sausages, 124 c;
beiognas 124.
Potx-mr sjtd G ami — Turkeys 22^.25c per lb ;
chickens 20&£2e; lire fowl 65 Sj'-Oc per pair;
spnnjf chickens 50c^75c per pair; live tur
keys .1._5<a*42.0Q er 15c per ».
SrsAßs— Granaiated ll^i2lbs for 1.00: Stand
ard A 13 Ins for 1.00; extra C l 4 lbs tor 00
yellow C 14 4 lbs for 1.00.
V«oitab_e» — Beans, dry 10<&124e quart:
horseradish 10c per lb: panel/ 5c bunch:
••-srkraot 15cqsart: lettuce lOtgtlSe per dozen;
green onions, 10c dozen bunches : gherkins 20c
per hundred, raeubarb, 15^j;20e doz. bunches;
radishes 10c per dozen bunches: Minnesota peas,
-Ofc-SOe per peck: string besns,2C&3oe per peck:
encumbers. 5c per dozen ; new potatoes, 4Qe_4Zc
per bnahel: tomstoes, 25c per basket: cauli
; Cowers, from 10c to 30c each : cabbage. 30c&6de
per doz: green corn 4fesc per doz: beats, 50c per
bashel: turnips, 50c per bushel: carrots, 50c
1 per bashel: sqcash, habbard 10^20, Boston
- marrow lS©isc. summer sc ; eg? plant. SOfe- *c :
! pumpkin?. 10c each: onions. Sic per peck;
ceierr tis— c- ae_t* for Zbr.
Ttmw— ?>--—*— naisins. io^2sc B». car rents.
_ . .9. _r §kJM ; _>.-_:_, 12 ii». for §1.00; dried
applet, New York sliced. IS 4c 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 aifl stock Briers.
S2 Chamber of Commerce, Chicago.
4 " " St. Paul.
244 Hennepin avenue, Minneapolis.
Bey and sell Grain, Previsions and Stocks for
cash or on margins. Only brokers in Minneapo
lis having their own membership on the Chicago
Board of Trade.
M. Doran's Reports.
St. Pal-l, Aug. 12.
The following quotations, giving the rang* ot
the markets during the day, were received by M.
Doran, Commission Merchant :
WHEAT.
XiL WAL'KSS. CHICAOO.
f » /-———————<
Sept. Oct. Sept. Oct.
9:30 a.m. 79 804 79 804
9:40 " 79 804 79 804
9:50 ■ 79 804 78? i bo"_
10:00 " 79 804 79 804
10:10 ■ 79 804 79 80*.
10:20 ■ 79 804 78T. 804
10:30 » 78K 60 7S*£ 804
10;40 ■ 79 804 79 804
10:50 « 794 804 794 804
11:00 ■ 79 604 794 604
11:10 - 794 604 794 804
11:20 ■ 794 80*. 794 604
11:30 " 79 803* 794 604
11:40 ■ 79 804 79 604
11:50 " 794 604 794 804
12:00 n. 79 fO4 794 604
12:10 P._ 794 605. 794 £04
12:20 - 794 804 794 614
12:30 ■ 794 80^ 79-4 614
12:40 ■ 794 804 79! i SOX
12:50 ■ I*% 804 794" 804
1:00 ■ 794 80^ 79 SO4
2:00 " 784 80 784 804
2:15 « 784 80 784 80! 8
2:30 ■ 784 604 784 604
2:45 «
CORN.O AT. A.V3 PORK— 3HICA33.
1 Corn. ) Oats. 1 Pork.
Time. j !
I Sep j Oct j Sep j Oct j Sep | Oct
9:30 a. h. :494'-i84 ; 244 ; 244^ I
9:40 '* J49ii 48". 244 24 4| I
9:50 " 494 48H244 244: I
10:00 " ;49 4 434 844 24 4 1
10:10 " 494 484 244 244 ! I
10:20 " '494 484 244 244 ' I
10:30 " 494 484 244 2441 1
10:40 - ;494 484 24?Ti 244! j
10-50 " 149^484244244! !
11:00 " ;49 4 -i«4 24 4 244 1
11:10 " '494 484 244 244 1
11:20 " 1494 464 24 54 244' j
11:30 " i 494 494 24;,244 1
11:40 ■ J494 484 244 244 i '■
11:50 - i 494 484 244244 j
12:00 M. J494.484 244 244
12:10 P. x. '494 49 1245.244
12:20 '* 494 494 244 25
12:30 ■ '46** 484 i 24 4 :25
12:40 •• |50 |49 ;244 25
12:50 " 1494:484 24 425
1:00 " j494:484244 25 22 50
2:00 " 494 484 24 425
2:15 " 494 454 244 25
2:30 " i 494 434 244 25
2:45 " !....!.... :....:
CHICAGO CLOBIXG.
November wheat.. 814 Angnst corn... 50! i
December wheat. 824 November corn 4554
August oats 25 Year corn 424
Yearoats 24 4 May corn 434
May oats 384
Receipts Shipments.
Flour, barrel. 14,044 7,065
Wheat, bushels 180,052 29,160
Corn " 317,06' 154.047
Oats '• 135,907 61,338
Rye »
Barley "
ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKETS.
Milwaukuu Pro.iaoe.
Milwatjkm, Aug. 12. — Flour quiet and
nnchanged, but in moderate demand. Wheat
weak ; No. 2 77 \c ; August 77 %c ; Septem
ber 78 % c; October 80c. Corn firmer; rejected
50 He. Oats quiet and a little weak ; So. 2 white
new 35c; Xo. 2 white old 37c. Rye dull; No. 1
62c. Barley firmer; old 55c; No. 2 September
62 He; extra No. 3 September 51c bid
Provision* were steady; mess pork
$15.50 cash and Angnst; $15.75 September; lard,
firm ; prime steam $7.40 cash and August ;
$7.45 September. Sweet pickled hams firm at
12<_U2J_c. Live hogs higher at 85.55(30.15.
Butter firmer; choice creamery 20@22c; fair to
good 17<&19c; best dairy 15@16c. Cheese
easier :new cream 9©9 He. Eggs easier at 13 H©l4.
Lake freights quiet and steady; wheat to Buf
falo 2c. Receipts, 24,529 barrels of flour;
8,840 bushels of wheat; 575 bushels of barley.
Shipments 50,891 barrel* of flour; 2,790 bushels
of wheat ; .... bnshels of barley.
Chicago Produce.
Cnir-Aoo, Aug. 12. — Flour, was dull and
unchanged; good to choice winter wheat floor,
$4.75@5.50 for 01d,54.50@5. 15 for new : Michigan
spring wheat flout $8.75&4.90; Minnesota
bakers' $3.75_>4.25; patent* $5.25<&5.75; low
grades $2.00^3.25; rye flour $3. 15@3.40 iv
barrels, $2.00(^3.10 in sacks; Southern Illinois
and Missouri winter wheat flour
$5.25®5.75; Michigan winter wheat54.50@.5.50;
common to choice Minnesota $3. %O_AM,
Wheat, qniet until publication, the visible sup
ply statement about noon showing an increase of
1 ,600,000 bushels, which being smaller than
expected, caused sharp buying; prices advanced
lfcl'»r< tne ri declined and closed f„c nnder
the closing figures on the afternoon board yes
terday; sales ranged: August 77H®«'°Hc,
closed at 77*tfc; September 783_@79«fc, closed
at 79c; October 80H®81!ic, closed atBo?_c:
November 81-_®B2?.c, closed at 81** c; De
cember ?2H@S3Hc, closed at t>2£ c; No. 2
Chicago spring 77'i®78c, closed at 77J»c;
No. 2 red 82fc(§;83.c; No. 3 red 74 He.
Corn, demand active, but unsettled ; opened
weak, declined H@?»c, then advanced lc on the
showing of a decrease in the visible supply of
60.000 bushel*, then declined \c. and closed
%_%c nnder the closing dgsresonthe after
noon board yesterday ; cash 50 \i_-b\c, closed
at 5O".(_l&0Hc; August 50(_.50^c, closed st
50*»c; September 49H0-"'OHc, closed at 49Hc;
October 48Vi®<94c, closed at 48"_c; No
vember 43*,®46H<'. closed at 45 He; year 42 H
&42** c, closed at 42 He: January 41 May
43H<(&44c. Oats in fair demand but easier;
cash 243. ©25c : August 25®25Hc. closed at 25c;
September 24 «_ <*_.24 *_ c : October 24S@25Vic,
closed at2sc; year 24H<3.24'ic; May 2*\Q
20c. Bye lower at 57c. Barley quiet and
easier at 65c for September. Flax seed lower
at $1.34. Pork was quiet, hot firm and strong
er; cash $18.50^19.00; August $25.00;
September $22.50^23.00, dosed at $22.50:
October $19.50: year $12.50<ai2.«0. Lard,
quiet but firm and 2H®'»c higher: cash $7.40©
7.45: Angnst $7.40; September $7.10jJ7.45.
closed at $7.42H; October $7.52 % ©7.55;
January $7.37H- Bulk meats firm: shoulders
$6.20; short ribs $9.60; short clesr $9.70. Bai
ter qniet and unchanged; choice creamery
21'?,23c: fancy dairy 15@16e. Eggs dell at
13<%14c. Wblikv steady and unchanged at
$1.10. Freights — Corn to Buffalo lHc
Receipts, 14,000 barrels or flour; 82,000 bath
els of wheat; 3 i5. 000 bushels of corn: 159.000
bushels of oats; 2,100 bushels of rye;
2,000 bnsbelsof barley. Shipments. 7,000 barrels
of flour: 29,000 bushels of wheat : 154,
-000 bushels of corn; 61,000 bushels of
oats; 7,000 bushels of rye; 500 bushels of
barley.
2 :30, p. m. On the afternoon board — wheat
wa* easier: declined 'ie Corn was easier;
Angnst, September and November declined
He; October declined IfC Oats were quiet
and unchanged. Pork was quiet and un
changed. Lard, was quiet bat firm, and
advanced B He.
Chlwro Lire Stock.
Chicaoo. Aug. IS. — Tbe Drovers' Jours*! re
ports: Hogs, receipts 10,0*' bead; shipments
I 4.200 head: the market was active end stronger
and ICs^lf-c higher; rough packing $5.40&3.65;
packing and shipping $5.65^.6.10: mixed
grades $5.50©5.70; heavy $s.S*><]£6.ls:
light $5..V&6.*3; skips $3.50©5.30.
| Cattle receipts 4.600 besd; shipments 2,200
j bead; tbe market was fairly active aad a shade
j lower: export grades $6.75&7.0Q; good to
! choice shipping $0.09&4.65: com
mon tn medium $4.65©5 90: grass fed Texan*
$8. 75&5.00: extra J3.30_4.2j: rough cattle '
10*_M">c higher: Montana and Texan- $4.75:
stockers and feeders $3.50<g4.50. hog receipt
-7,000 head : the market was firmer and 10©15 c
higher: sales wer. reported at $5.65©t-90,
; mainly at $5.70©5.80. Sheep receipts 990
' head , shipments none : the market was
nominally unchanged : inferior to fair $2.20©
3.25 per hundred psuads; medium to good
, $3.25^4.00; choice to extra $4.00(^4.90;
: iamb*, per head $i.50©*.73; Texans $2-50©
j 4.00.
_t>w Tork Fro-luc*.
3f*«r Totsk. Aug. 12. — Floar dull; j
receipts 37,000 barreia: exports 6,000 barrels-.
St. Lo-iss3.._<&i.oo: snpertne state and west
ern $4.60^3.20 : common to good extra $3.20 _.
3.60; Ulnneapoli* patent process $5.75&3.15;
good to cboiea $5.65&0.00 ; white wheat extra
$3.50*96.00; extra Ohio $3A5&1.00. Wheat:
*'/0~. grada* ops.-d __\\c i»wer, and clo-cd
with a recovery mt Vt: optkrcs epe„-_ w.-.k
and closed __ ; receipts iU,'JM bssheis: ex-
7
Surface Indications
"What a miner would vervproperlv terra
"surface indications" of what Is beneath,
are the Pimples, Sties, Soro Eyes,
Bolls, and Cutaneous Eruptions witli
which people are aunoved in spring and
carlv summer. The effete matter accumu
lated during the winter months, now
makes its presence felt, through Nature's
endeavors to expel it from the system.
"While 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 assimllatory organs,
with a feeling of enervation, languor, and
weariness— often llghtlv 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 to
aided by a thorough blood-purifying med
icine ; aud nothing else is ._ elective as
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
which \s sufficiently powerful to exnel
from the system even the taint of Hered
itary Scrofula.
The medical profession Indorse AVER'S
Sarsaparilla, and many attestations of
the cures effected by it come from all parts
of the world. It is, in the language of
the Hon. Francis Jewett, ex-State Sen
ator of Massachusetts and ex-Mayor of
Lowell, **the only preparation that doea
real, lasting good.''
PREPARED BY
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all druggists : Trice $1,
six bottles for $5.
ports 104,000 bushels; No. 2 Chicago 654 ©80 c;
N0.2 Milwaukee 37c; ungraded red72@.'J4e:
No. 3 red 85@86c; No. 2 red steamer BG4c; No
2 red August sales 88,000 bushels at864_875.c,
closing at S7c; September sales 984,000
bushels at 90" 8 !_;91c. closing at 91c; Octo
ber sales 1 ,208,000 bushels at 924©93 c, closing
at 924 c; November sale* 440,000 bushels at
944<3&954c, closing at 94 4c; December sales
323,000 bushels at954@965_c, closins? at 964 c;
January sales 43,000 bushels at 974@97f_c;
February sales 85,000 bushels at S34<g;9o4c,
closing at 99c; March sales 56,000 bushels at
$1.00@1. 004, closing at $1.00; April sales 13,
000 bushels at Sl.014Jl.014 : May saiei
16,000 bushels at Sl.O-'&I.OS, closing at $1.03
Corn, spot 1 ots lrtj-.c lower: options opened
weak, closing firmer: receipts 14,000 bushels;
exports 2,000 bushels ; ungraded 53(g;625_c;
No. 3 60:: No. 2 61'2lG2 : ic afloat: No. 2 Angnst
584@594c closing at 594 c: September 574®
59c, closing at 59c; October 57@5S,;jc, closins at
584 c: November 564@574c, closing at 575. c.
Oats quiet : receipts 10,000 Bushels : exports 900
bushels ; mixed western 86&87 C: white western
40@46c; No. 2 Cnicago 374 c. Coffee, spot
fair: Rio dull; Rio No. 7 August $8.00;
September at $8.05; October at $8.10: No
vember at $8.20: December at $3.25;
FeDruary at $3.30; March $5.35. Sugai
quiet and unchanged ; English re
fined 44c; centrifugal 96-test 54c;
molasses suear 44@44c; refined dull at 54
@54c; white extra 54@54c; Bahia 34c;
yeilow 4 4 @4%c; cut loaf and crushed 74<&74c;
powdered o*3©7c; granulated 64c; fair to
good refining quoted at 4 15-l?c: Muscovado
54c; concrete 44c; St. JagoSc; English Island
4 4@5c4 ; Guadaloupe 4 4 ; Jamaica 44c. cen
trifugal 96-test s; He: St. Domingo 4 s. ©s4c; Mo
lasses sugar 44c; Porto Rico 44c; Barbudoei
54c; C 4\©sc; extra C 54©54 c; white ex
tra 54©54 c; 01IC s"_<S;s4c; mould A 64c;
standard A 64c; confectioners' A65.c; cubes
64©7c;Cnba tfi_4%C, Brazil 4c; Aracajis
4 9-16 c. Molasses, quiet and
nominal; 50-test refining ls©lB4c
New Orleans 30„5'c ; Cuba 50-test 154 c; Porto
Rico 51c: common sugar house molasses
lie. Rice demand fair and market firm;
Rangoon 44©5 c; domestic 5 4 ©7 c. Petroleum
quiet; united 794 c; ' refined 8c; crude
784 c Tallow, firm at 64c. Rosin dull and
unchanged st $I. 2o*^l. Sv. Turpentine easier
at 31c. Eggs, western, tic and unchanged at
18c. Pork q-.iet but film: western family mess
pork quoted at $\ 7.00; new mess at $17.25©17.50.
Beef quiet and unchanged. Cut meat* nominal;
long clear middles firm ut $9.G2',i. Lard was
higher; western steam spot quoted at $7.85;
August $7.75: September $7.72@7.75; Octobei
$7.74©7.78; November $7.5t)i57.72; Decem
ber $7. 50©7. 54. Butter, demand fair and mar
ket firm. Cheese, stronger. Other article*
are unchanged.
Petroleurr/,
Oil City, Pa., Aug. 12. — National transit cer
tificates opened at 77!., highest 7955, lowest
7754, closed at 784. Sales, 3,290,000 barrels.
Clearances, BJBA.OM barrels. Runs, 66,051
barrels. Shipments 43,127 barrels. Oil City oil
exchange stock $1.00 bid, $4.50 asked.
Pittsburg, Aug. 12. —Petroleum irregular;
certificates opened at 77, T j, declined to 774,
rallied t0 794, broke again aud closed at7Bs«;
trading active.
Cincinnati Whisky.
CrxctXNATi, Aug. 12.— Whisky, was stcadj
st 1.07.
Minneapolis Markets.
The following were the quotations on 'change
yesterday afternoon:
Flour — Patents, $5.75; straights, $5.25
©5.60 ; clear*. $4.50 _>5.0 J ; low grades, $1.30&
3.25.
Wheat— No. 1 hard, 93c: No. 2 bard, 90c
No. 1 northern, 82c ; No. 2, 78c.
Corx — N0.2, 51c; rejected, 44©46 c.
Oats — No. 2 mixed, 27©28 c; rejected, 28©27 c
Bran— Bulk. $7.00©7.25.
Shorts — $10.50© 12. 75 .
Mixed Fesd-J15.00@18.00.
linltUh TTTiIKf.
[Special Telegram to the Globe.]
DtTLtrrH, Aug. 12. — Wheat — The markets on
'change to-day were dull and lower. Closing
prices: No. 1 hard rash 90c; September 89c: No.
2 bard cash 85 54c; No. 1 cash 85c; No. 3 <asb
70c. Receipts — wheat, !A,2BS bushels. Ship
ments, wheat 38,064 bushel*. lv store,
459,782 bu <Lcls of wheat; 3,591 bushels of
oats.
FOREIGN.
Liverpool, Aug. 12, 12 m. — Wheat slow;
corn rather easier. Cargoes off coast, wheat neg
lected : corn dull. Cargoes on passage : wheat
neglected: com dull,
Mark Lane — Wheat rather easier; cornstesdy.
Country markets generally cheaper. Weather
local thunder storms prevalent.
Paris — Wheat and flour rather easier.
Convlnc njf.
The proof of the pudding is not in chewing the
string, but ln having an opportunity to test the
article direct. A. P. Wilkes. B. _ E. Zimmer
man and C. B. Stlerle. druggists, ha* a free hot
tie of Dr. Bo»auko'"> rough and Lntig Syrap foi
each, and every one who !<■ afflicted with Coughs
Colds, Asthma, Consumption or any Lung Affec
tion.
Give Them a Show.
hr___t—TOVm\ Ind., Aug*. 19. — A meeting
of the executive com mittee of the prohibl
tion state central committee was held here
to-day, and it was decided to put au i-h c
toral ticket in the field. Tbe ticket la uot
yet named, aDd members of tbe party will
not pledge to Its support. Th<? naming of
the electorial ticket is simply to enable such
prohibitionists as so desire to voti* for St.
John.
CIPN^^WORTJ
(THE SPRBCURb]
KIDNEY DISEASES,
LIVER COiIfIPLAINTS,
CONSTIPATION- PILES,
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY,
**__d_*7-'V7crt is the most ruco«__*_l remedy
I eras- _c_." Dr. P. C. 3a__a, KcoJctoa, Vt.
"___«— -Wort U always reliable."
'. Er. E. N. Clark. So. _<•—> Vt.
"X_r;ey- Wort b_ cured _ y b ife after two yean
fß_2*r_;." Dr. C. 11. Summer I.—,1 .—, 3u_ Hill, G».
j IM THOUSANDS OP CASC3
It baa erred whero a.i f ". vs had failed . Tt ts raiM.
b-teSo-nt, -E-TAl* IX ITf» Ad !•."., -v:
_A.T_.«_i In all ease*.
e«T i t -If — M the ltl«». a-«l fHreac — eae wt.l
trW** ?>«w LIT* to all tie i_por-__*. or£_.» of
toe body. I_e aaSaaa. action of the Xi-lney* is
restored. Tha _rer la c.aanaad ot all disease,
as— l tho Zowela more treciy _cd hoeJOsfdlly.
tn *__» way the worst r'wnaf are emdioated
HHH Uae system. _
*•__, nso uorro „ kit, sou st dscgc— ts.
l>ry caa be *<r_t by zmiL
fc *wgLLS, ______ ______ * CB.Beri— _*»»■ Vt.
f_l %'**" I t'\iL t__ r ~'^'_f*?_t__.__ Jf^ a , inm_^m_

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