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FINANCIAL
WORK RKPOHT.
Kirw York, Aug. 15.— 11 a. m. — Stocks
advanced %%\\i per cent., reacted K@si£ and
became steady again.
AFTEUKOOH REPORT.
I Money at I©2 per cent. Prime mercan
tile paper 54 ®0 per cent. Bar silver, 81.11V4.
Sterling exchange steady at §4.82*4 @4.a2>£ long,
$4.84J4(gi4.8435i short.
Governments — Strong.
State Securities Quiet.
— Railroad bonds stronger.
— Strong with an advance of 54@154
per cent., the latter for New York, Lake Brie &
Western, which rose on buying orders from Sar
atoga. Missouri Pacific was an exception and
declined from 98 to 92J^. Stocks near 2p. m.
became strong. New York, Lake Erie & Western
was the feature and rose to 18 X on reports that
the company will be reorganized. The market
tic-ted tlrm.
Morning Board Quotations.
*.:/> GOVERNMENTS.
rhree3 10();' 3 Fours coupons
4J>isdo lU'?n Pacific vis of '95. .120
KTOCKS.
Adams Express.. lSO N. J. Central G3&
Allegheny Cent.. 12 North'nPnciac... 22
Alton T. II 20 do preferred... 53
do preferred... 75 Northwestern 103%
American 92 do preferred... 184
8..C.R.&N 65 N. S. Central 107
Canada Southern. 3O',i K. Y.,C. & St. L. 7
Central Pacific... 41 V do preferred... 1154
Chicago & Alt 132 Ohio Central 2fi
do preferred... l4o Ohio & Miss 21 !
C, ii f-l 120!-i do preferred... 55
C., St. L. &N. 0.. 81 Ontario & Went. . ISJ£
C, S. & Clcve... 41 O.R. & N 86
Cleveland & Col . . 38 1 4 Oregon Trans. . . . 10
Uelawurc & H... '■>'■>>„ PaciHc Mai1.....: 50
Lei. & Lack 113' i Panama 88
Denver &R. G. . . U%. "eoria, I). & E. . . I(J5£
Erie 177» Pittsbarg .. ....131'/i
do preferred... 35 Reading. . ...... 28
Fort Wayne 138 Rock loland 114? a
lian. St. Joe. 38« St. L. &8. F 7
do preferred.. 88H do preferred. .. 34
Harlem 190 do Ist pref'd... 84 %
Houston & Tex.. 33 Mil. & St. Paul... hOH
Illinois Central... 125^4 do preferred. . .lll
hid., B& West.. 10 St. Paul & Man.. MM
Kansas & Texas.. 39' i fct.Paul & O'ha.. 88
Lake Erie w.. r.;- 2 do preferred... 94
Lake Shore 83 J£ Texas Pacific 14
L'ville& Nash... 34 Union Pucilic 47!4
L., N. A. & C... 17 United States.... 51
&.&.C. Ist pfd. 10 Wab., St. L. & P. 5 7 8
do2d pref'd... 5 do preferred. .. l. r >' 4
Memphis &C . . . 29 Wells & Fargo. . .103
Mich. Central.... 70 West. Union T... C«7«
Jtiims & St. L... 15?.£ Quicksilver 5
do preferred... 31 L .i do preferred... 25 V t
Mo. Pacific 92*4 Pullman Pal. Car. 1O9>»
Mobile Ohio l)'/4 C, St. L. & Pitts. 9
Morris .v Essex. .l 23 do preferred. .. 23
>'„ C. .v St. L 40
•Asked, +15id. JOiloreL Ex. iut fEx
liiv.
EVENING REPORT.
Money easy at IH@2 per cent., closed
1. Prime mercantile paper u'/i^OH per cent.
■Sterling exchange, bankers' bills" steady nt
i-4.52!4; do. ex. demand, . $4.64 14; others un
changed.
Governments— Strong.
Bonds— Railroad bonds higher; New York,
Luke Erie it Western new second consols rose to
■',:.
State Securities— Quiet.
Stocks— The share market was strong but less
active to-day. After a quiet opening speculation
became strong and there was a general advance
of V".i ! « per cent] in prices, Union Pacific, Pa
cific Mail und Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific
showing the most Improvement. This was fol
lowed by a fractional reaction, but later New
York, Lake Erie & Western developed great
strength, rising from lii?a to 19 on Saratoga buy
ing and on reports of favorable developments.
It was stated that President Jewell having de
rlined to nccept unothor term, he would be suc
ceeded by John King, formerly receiver of the
Ohlo& MlssiHsippi. Tin: rise in New York,
Lake Kris & Western had a strengthening effect
on the remainder of thellstarid Chicago^ North
w-eHtern advanced to 101, Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul to BU , , Lake Shore to 8454, New York
Central to lur?i and Western Union Telegraph
to i,, „. In the afternoon New York Central and
Missouri Pacific weakened, the former declining
to 106 ami the latter to '.ri} a . This unsettled
the market and there was a reaction of MQAYt
percent. There was a brisk demand for all
leading ha re it for borrowing purposes New
Jersey Cent nil li nt at 'i©.!i per cent, for "-'■
Missouri Piicltlc 1-IGG&H, New York Central '■'■''
1 |„, iiinn.i- Central 1-10, Canadian Pacific,
Lake Shore, Chicago * Northwestern, Chicago,
Burlington & Qulncy, Union Pacific and Central
Pacific, at 1 64, New York, ' Lake Erie & Western
new second consols and Michigan Central at 1-32
jiiul Louisville & Nashville, Philadelphia & Read-
Ing and Northern Pacific preferred il.it. Com
pared with last night the closing prices arc !* 3
\\ cent, in [her except for Canada Southern,
'Central Pacific, Louisville & Nashville, .Missouri
Pacific ami W abash, St. Louis & Pacific, which
are fii^i !j cent, lower.
The transactions aggregated 287.000 share*:
New York, Lake Krlc & Western '.'■'■. 10;
Milwaukee & St. Paul 18,000; Union
Pactilc ! „oo,i.
Misivii STOCKS.
Considerable interest and activity were noticed
in tin- ilealiiiKs to day, the demand beint; general,
while the features were Oriental St .Miller, Con
eoliilutcd Virginia and State Lines, which being
largely traded in their prices to day were firm
uml higher. Standard was in demand and higher
jit II". liiiiw.-r be I trr nt 05, Consolidated Pacific
ijDiiii; up to 39, Hudie lower at ISS, Oriental '&
Miller active nnd higher at I -, Consoll I
Virfrinia stronger at 84, Tuscorora stocks show",
1,,.. up ■ • ,1:1 with Belle isle in demand at 70 and
Kavajo better at I .'.">.
BOSTON UMI.II>\I> AND MINIS i
Following are the closing prices at the stock
Exchange to-day:
Old Colony 140 K. Y. A N. E.7'f 1044
< alntnei a 11....10-IV4 Atch.&Top. R.R. 71* i
Franklin 7 Host. A Albany.. 109 ',
|>ewablc '» Bust. * Miiine. . . 1. -,
i.uiu.v 88 C, B. & Q l-.-.'
V,!*; Contra! l- ; Cin.'.B. A Clevc. 12
V. liter l'o\v«r.... •-'i Eastern R. H — 88
, »ton Land -^i l'lint&P.'il •:: v
Atch.J Top i-t ISO L. U. & Ft. -. ... 24
dolanairrant7» ll«'i N- Y. &N. E...V15?*
tll^tclli It. It. tis..ltlll
BAN ri».\>rolWll MINIMI.
A j tl , •.•O'J'i llulevV Norcross.iST'i
1-euiieV.' 100 Mexicau SOU
J.est* Belcher. , ! Navojo 4K";
Lwlie i ii-,.'.. ...'.T.' 1 , (>||ur l'.ri,
<alifoniia »' Potos) : ...
< hollar "•-•*• Ravage 100
i oiiM.l. I'nclflc. . . .'-.'i Menu Nevada .WO
Consul. Virginia.. 10 • nimi Cousol lOsJJi
rown i'lilnt i:<7 l i I tajh IIS
<, uU IiU curry... ■•'■-'••
LOSUON M,iM \ ASl> «TO(-I<<«.
V S \ f ....'... 1-.V, lllisiois Central... lS-.'^
iri."....'. I7>i Kcadlns 14' 4
ilo ■■-.... »'*'* CauaUian l'aciac 47
■\ ;Y. Control 109?t Mil. .v St. Paul. . . b;^
Pcun. Central r.t"*
Afternoon ll>»ril (Quotation*.
Stocks ill biul* l ■■" ' ' at tao follovrlns
jrkc«Wd:
OOVKrINMEVTS.
Three per rout*. . HH> '» Fours coupons ... 1 20
41, s coupons 112', PucUtoOset ''.O..UT
Is P on,ol, RTATK IWlfD*. 6 ,.-new.... 33Vi
i •■■.... • ■• • '- now...
Mlifouri^s IM4 V«*«ta «» 37
v,' Joe IDS i ''ii- ■■.-• ... .35
••lum.o*. 01d.... Btf»i Deferred 5
XVII It •>:' DOSII*.
«- P. Bond* lrt.iv • V. P. tail grant.. 1
, ... secon d« .-■ '-'■■ Sinking tnud;...lW«i
Leblßh& Wi.... 9754 '^f • '■'■ *™-« r... IBii
it V X S.C."IBtMI" Uo Kw U. div.. B0 | I
Vil > Uoud*. ■--. I i .
K-l.
Auamt Kxpre*s..l3i Mobtlo'* 0bj0..; 9«i
Allc'gUony Cent:': U SlorrU A U>*ext.i;s>,
Alton* T. 11.... -•: N..C. 1 5t.L.... 40
do preferred... 75 >'.«». Ceutrals... 00*4
American 03 Norfolk vt W.pf. 27
1> CX. » .'.."• 60 Northern Paclac". M 4
CnuanlianPttcittcr. 4^^ do preferred... 53^
Canada Sonth'n:: 37 Northwestern n«t\
mural Paciflc... 41 do preferred...
Chesapeake i!O: 74 X. Y. Central. ...lo6^
dolst toret'd..". 15 Ohio Central S^
.'oau prvfd... 9H Ohio* Miss 81
<^MHEo.t A1t. ..131 do j.refcrml... 55
t!o pn-terrvd...Uo Ontario 4 \Ve^t.. ;■-' 4
C.B. ISIH Oregon Xav MS
(-"« LANO. SO Oregon Trans.... 16'^
* 'm.L.A Put-*.. 94 Oregon lm? SU,
do preferred... S3 PaclSc Mail 50\
" C.; S. Jt Cleve 111 Panama 93
<!cvelaiu! A 001.. » iv.-r*. 1). A E. .. 16
Deiawarv All.... 99 l i Pitwbnrs 130
Id. a Lack l!--"« r-?i:raau Pal. Car.lOSJi
lietivci *K. G... l^S KeiiQini tt
j^ r l t , . ... 1^ I'.ock Inland 114' i
«1 O " preferred... ST !»t.J tS.I 16^
3«tT.. V. AU.. 5 Uo preferred... 3S
do preferred:.; 9 do lsjprefa.".. M
tort Wayne VI Mil. A st. Paul... ?CS
3en & bt. Joe... Bs>-» do preferred... 112^
t<B4 St.i'sut A Man... »6
j; Br ; ru , , 1-: ti.l'iiiliura*.. 33^
D'ailftni i "lo\.. 33 do ureferred... W
lillno'.M % cs'tra!...lU» Texi» PaciSc... 14
It«i U. .«»♦'»•!•«.. is Union PaciSc 47?,
v.-.r. * Tc%a ? .. IBU Initod States.... 31
UktKmA "A.. ...» W.,St JL4P.... s?i
Lake Shore 83% do preferred... 15^
Louißville A N... 34 Wells & Fargo. ..103
L., N. A. & C... 17 Western U. T 06^
M. &C. Ist pfd.. 10 Homestake . ... 0
doSd pref'd... 5 Iron Silver
Men)phls& C.A. US Ontario IS)
Mich. Central 70 Qtdcksflvei 5
Minn's & St. L. .. 15^ do preferred. .. 25 !4
do preferred... 81 South. Pacific
Missouri Pacific . 02% Sutro 19
* Asked No sales. JOUered. mat.
coup. jjEx. div. iK.\. iut.
J. W. BRIDGES & CO.,
GLUT. STOCK AND PROVISION 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. ; ; ' v - ;
Room 1% Giimilan Block.
The following list, showing the quotations on
stocks in New York yesterday, are furnished by
J. W. Bridges, and are carefully compiled from
dispatches received yesterday. :'*•'■•:,
p 3 % 1 1 T£ g|S \ii -a 2
c> 5 1 j 5 Hogs
N. Y. Cent...lOU'4'lOTai lOO^, 1003L£ilt)6^il07;4
St. Paul Bs*£i 88xf85H 60 . 85.^ 85S
Lake Shore. 83^ 84 ' i 88 % S3?« 83 V. 8834 ]
West. 1n... CC?4 07J6! 6(5 Vt 60 7 a <X% CG?g
N. W. com. 103 1 4 104 103H|l08^ 103^ 102
Union Pac. 4(iJi'< 47% 46% €7% 463 4«!4
Missouri Pac 93 93=£ 92>i 93^193^'S-l
N. P. pfd.. 53>4 53?« 53}^ 53' /2 : 68 52X
N. P. com.. \ &X 22
Tex. Pac... 133 14« 13 7 i 14H 13?£ 133 C
L. & N 34% 34?s' 33Ji 34 [ 34 | 85^
Oregon T... I 10 j 16« 10 \ lti^ 16H l r ' i
1)., L. &W. 113 113*£ 112^ 1123s- 112& 111
Pac. Mail... 50 3 50 % 50 507s 50H 50}<
Krie IBX 187»; 10 3 ; H 183 ii 17 j 15;-»
Omaha pfd. 93«£! 94^ liJ : t 91; 8 85J£ 93Ji
Omaha com. l 33 % 34 j 33» 34 84^ 34
Beading.... 8% 28 | 27& S!7> B 8854 28«
M.&St.L.pf! ...1 ! ••• 31
Bt&St.L.co .... ....' ! .... 15 1 *
Denver.... l-." 4 12% 12* 12£ 12J4 12^
C, B. & Q.. lai'i 1213S 121J4 121 7 a 121 119*4
Manitoba .... j 97 | ....
111. Cent'l I ...J 136 105^
C.,11. i. &P. 114 115 114 115 111-., 115
Can. South. 37£ 37'/i 37'/i 3714 88 j 37
Del. & Hud ! 100
P.P. Car 110 110' i
Jersey C 63 C3&| 60% *60>/i 62&|]62>i
.Mich. C 70 i 70 ,70 I 70 ■ 7'» ' TO
Ex. div. 14 cents.
COMMERCIAL
On 'Change.
St. Paul, Aug. 10. The market was very dn'.l
yesterday on 'change with prices of wheat
nominally unchanged. Corn was enquired for at
lc advance on Thursday's close with none offer
ing. Oats were about Btaady; 3 cars- of new
white were offered at 27c, hut did not find a pur
chaser; 1 car of No. x; mixed were offered at 28c,
but were not sold. Barley was dull and un
changed; 1 car of No. 2 year sold at 05c; rye de
clined Ground feed was steady; 2 cars sold
at $19.00, and 2 cars p. t. Baled hay was offered
at 50c oil Thursday's prices; 1 car sold at $7.50;
eggs were down lc, 20 cases sold at 13c. Fol- •
lowing is the call:
Wheat — No. 1 hard, Bsc asked; September, 83c
asked; October, 80c bid, November 77c bid;
year, 77c bid, 85c asked; No. 2 regular, 70c bid;
September, BBc bid; year, use- bid.
Colts No. 2, BOc bid; September 50c
bid; year 40c bid, asked. No. 3, 48 bid,
40 asked.
Oats — No. 2 mixed, 25c bid; September, ;
23c bid, 25c asked; October '!'»■ asked; year
23c bid, --Tic asked : No. 2 white 26c bid.
Barley No. 2 53c hid; Sept. 53c bid, year,'
63c bid; No. 3 extra, 45c bid: Sept. 43c bid;
Oct. 15c bid, year, 45c bid No. 3 40c bid.
i(ve- 2, SOc bid.
Ground Feed— slß.so bid, 819.00 asked.
Cons Meal, 819.00, $19.50 asked
Bran— Sacked; $9.00 bid; 89-50 asked.
Baled Hat — 87.00 bid; $7.50 asked.
Timothy Hay.— $9.00 bid; (10.00 asked; Sep
tember, (10.50 asked.
Potatoes— bid; 80c asked.
Eggs — 12c bid ; 13c asked:
Butter — Packing, 5c bid, G^c asked ; dairy,
fair, 12 He asked choice, 15c asked; creamery,
lbc asked
The following comparative table elves the ■
principal quotations at the call August 15,
IBS 3, aud to-day:
iBB3. 383*.
( ■ ,
Bid. Askod. Bid. Asked
Wheat No. 1 hard 1 13 95
" " Sept.. 107 110 88
'• " Oct. 1 03 80
"No. 1 regular
"No. 2 hard.. 108 ....
"No. ii regular 1 <J-J .... ', -i ....
Corn, No. a 47 50
" No. 3 43 4S 4'J I
Oate, No. 2 mixed 29 25 !
" No. 3 mixed |
" 2 white. 80 .'JI 2o j
" 3 while 29 !
Barley, No. 2 r>ii ... : . .... |
" 3 extra 47 15
•' S 88 .... 43
Rye, N0. 3 47 .s'.T.sv K0 ....
(.round Feed 18 25 18 75 I 8 60 19 00
Corn men! 19 00 19 50
Bran Sacked 900 boo 900
ituledbay 7 50 7 00 . 7 50
Timothy hat 10 50 -9 00 10 00.
Potatoes new 3."> ... 83 30
Kg)IS 10 1 12 13
.minus; llu" Commission Men.
The wholesale produce market is dull and]
i|iii.-i, the only things showing any vitality being
fruit- and vegetables, which are very active.
Butter is quiet and dull, but holders maintain
prices. Provisions arc very lirui, and bacon bams
and cheese are a shade higher. Mesa pork is
very tlrni and 51 higher; dressed 'meats are quiet
but steady; Hour dull; hides, tallow and wool
heavy, brewers' materials steady; linseed oil,'
cake and mea are weak and lower; live poultry
in good demand, with light receipts . •Fruits «ro
very active; receipts are Increasing and prices
lower. ego tables are plentiful and of excellent
quality, and were never shipped in better condi
tlotl, nor so (heap. ■.
C«y" , wing prices are for round lots only :
Bima — Keceipts lnrge; grease 4c; pack
Stock ill flavor, Dc; dairy, common to fair, 10
t^lUc; choice dairy, 13® ISO ; creamery 17©He;'
well known brands L -."-'oc; extra choice in ."i^li)
Hi. boxea, -'-' " -'-If.
!'.»:.•» — Comnwi , $1.05©1.55; medium, 52.2J
©>2.vi; navy t>. 75.
Bacon and Hams — Lone clear? bacon. 10c;
dry salt 9c; shoulders, bicS'ic; hams, 13^1-1
Mi se l'otiK— sl7.sO<ftlS.Oi).
Cugese — Skim T> — tic : tuit cream — 10c.
l'!i>.i<sfc;t> Meats ltcef, city dress 7©
- „.;::i. ■ i !•»■', ti^c; mutton, t.iy dressed
tHi@''c; vr, .'. i-> : pork, ,c.
Floyr — latent* 90Q.G.55: ("trsigUt ;'-.:',:.
.'..-.'.". Bakers' X.W.v. f4.254J5.0J; low pri'.-.le«
$8.75&8.00; Rye flonr $3.00©4.00 per barrel;
graham $4.25<iJ4.:0 per barrel; buckwheat Hour.
!t).70<&7.00.
Hii>E!> (lrcen, !«altod, 7@7!jc; .■•■■,. 6@7c;
dry flint. 12 l c; calf, dry, v ,t . green lie; tleor,
dry. 20<i£--sc; antelope, 2J>p>23c: e!U. ••"".^.'j- ;
buSalo, SiflJiOc. damaged }i <•.; . sheep ptlu«,
shearings -■'" . lamb 4uc.
Tallow — No. 1,0 '•','•. No. ''. Ic.
Wool — Unwashed. I l©lsc; washed ::>(a'-'-'.
Honet New clover, ltf'tv^Oc; buckwheat 10
©17c.
Uovs — Wajhlng^on. Tsrritory, 3S^4oc; New
York 36 IUC M 18( Dl •Q. SI . ... :C.
M — 80cf( per bushel.
Limssbo Oil — lUw, s''c; boiled 59c Lin
teed mealSJlCi^J
X UT3 — Hickory, large, $1.00; email, :..->.
wainutf. 15c ; almonds, l8(J2Oc; Barcelona Ua
r»! (ÜbetU) 14c;t.ccsn», 10©l lc; Uc*zil, .lie;
peanuts, b&l3c; Cocoa nuts, 50.00^7.00 por
Poultry— Spring chicken, qo©''^ per pair: old
l>irds 501&G5C per pair; receipts liberal, demand
fair
Koots— (Medicinal) gineens; grven. SOc; dry,
$1.0001.70; seneca snake root. 35fttSSc per 10.
Km — Lemons, .'■■'.■ ~*>.'"' : caned, $&. 00;
blueborrie* 5-.'.ik>mc2.so o. £. per bushel; wortle
berries,s&So92.7S per bushel: Fie«, liclCc, 18«
pet H>. : dates, black in frails sc^Cc,
I fard iD boxes, lie per lb. ; Persian in 50 lb. bozos
'.).. 10c : banana*. $'.'.50@54.00 per buncn. ;
Peach i — California 2».75'>i>3 per box; Domestic
J2.30 per v i lii bask: l'ium* — gross prunes
$2. 50hj Jii.7s : California Duancs $2.70. Oregon's
$$.00053.2S -0 lb. boxes ; California peart. $1®
4.50 per4U lb. boxes; green apple* J2.00JV4.0d
l>er barrel; uiufkmvlon*. Jl--55 l«50 per crate:
watermelon*. $20 pet 100*; blackberries 8-.W®
8.50 1(1 <jt «»!««•*. Concord crape*, in 100 n>.
stands iQQISc perlb. : &4.50 pet case. California
grapo». s-;. i)<l "•-' l < 1 -,-. r t-.t-".'. '
— Mink. 50c»t.OO; coon, COiSSOc: lynx. I
8.50^4.00: tauek rat. winter 10c, spring lie, j
j LitUS(3.4c: red fox. I.SS<SI.SO; kit». 3O«4oc; '|
silver fox. 20.00C40.00, cross 2.50©6.00: otter |
6.00<^10.00; C*h6r, 6.0>3@9.00; vknnk, 3l>@7sc;
1 «dvT>r, s*>^»7Jc ; wild cat, 50®60c ; house cat, 10
G2sc, marten. 1.25^3.00: wolverine, 4.00®5.00f;
wolf. I.tHX^S.W; pnirie woif, 75cO1.00: bear,
7.oo©U.OU:cab«, 4.00£*.00; beaver. Lake Sa
perior. 5.00C4.00 per lb. : Hudson bay, 3.00^
4.00 per lb.. Dakota. ?.00@3.iA) rer l.x
Vegetables — Tomatoes. Minne^otas 50© 73 c per
bashel;. cabbase, 40c per dozen o.c; Minnesota
string beans and butter beans, .'C t i4i>c bu^hei;
new potatoes 40© '3 co. g. per bushel: onions
$3.50 perbbl.o. £. Sweet potatoes $1.53 per l 3
bnskeL
St. Paul I.lvr Stock.
The live stock market yesterday wa» extremely
da.! and the - of beef cattle very limited.
A car of pood beef steers, averaging l.is;} lbs
sold at 25 on th? hoof. There irere no sheep nor
lamb? in th* market. Bogs were rather stiller;
, 1 car arersstis Jis lbs sold at $3.T5. There were
THE ST. PAFL DAILY GLOBR SAfURDAY MORNING, AUGUST, 16,1884;
several cars of. uiudium aud inferior beef cattle
left over.
Receipts nnd shipments of grain, live stock
for twenty-four hours ending Aug. 15, 1884.
Articles. Rec'd Sh'd Articles. Eec'dSh'd.
Agricultural lm- Hams 2 ..
• plements 3 Lard 1 ..
IJutter 1 .. Lumber 78 38
Beef 1 .. Liquor 55 ..
Beer 2 .. Lime Vi ..
Brick 38 .. Merchandise. ...115117
Cattle 1 .. Machinery 5 1
Cheese l .. Nails 2 ..
Coal 8 1 Oats 5 1
Cement 5 Oil 1,..
Castings 1 Pork 3 ..
Construction Ma- Railroad iron
teriiil 1 4 and mils 1 6
Emigrant Mot- Railroad ties 18 19
ables 2.. Stove 8 8
Flour 3 5 Sugar 3 1
Feed 1 .. Salt 3..
Fruit 4 .. Sundries 15 8
Pish 1 .. Wheat 7 ..
Hay 5 1 Wood , 30..
Total cars received 374 Total care shipped dl 4
Family .Retail 3larkot.
Bread and — Wheat . bread 5c per
rye bread, 5c per.lb; Vienna bread, lOe per loaf;
Dour straight, - M "ie lb. patent, 3!4@3!4c1b.
5 Buttek— Farmhouse and creamery, x.'.'i©a6c;
good table dairy 18@8OC| cooKing 9@l2c;
by the tub 15 per centoll. i ; ;1;":
Honey Minnesota ■ honey in comb SOc per
pound:
Cheese — 12H@15c@20; Swiss, 20@23c.
Coffee Green Rio, 5(a;U lbs for SI; Java
(green) 3@4 lbs for $1 ; 'Rio roast, 4©G@,7 lbs
for $1 ; Java roast, 35c per lb, 3 lbs for Si ; Mocha
same as Java.
Tea — Gunpowder 50@90c; Japan from 25 t0
70c : Oolong 40 to 90c ; Young Hyson 50, 80, 9Uc.
Eggs — Strictly flesh, l?(f'..lßc:by the case. 10c.
Fruits — Apples 25@50c peck ;$1©2.25 perbsh ;
grapes, SO, Ss@3sc pr lb ; .Mussina lemons, 25c per
tloz: peaches $1@1. 50 per basket; blue berries
10@H2Vic per quart: black berries 15@20c; Ore
gon plums, Ssc per doz; common plums 25c per
basket; California pears. 5c each; musk melons,
10@23ceach; Hinnesotas, 25@30c; watermelons,
ISC-:4;ic.
Fisu — Salmon, 18@20c per lb; white fish,
trout, pike and bass, 10c; pickerel, croppies, ,8c
per E>.
Meats • Round steak 12 '4c@.I5c;' sirloin steak.
18c; porterhouse, 20c; roasts, 15@18c ; corned,
7@.10c ; mutton and veal 1J(5,15c; for chops and
roasts, pork t>c@loc; pork sausages, l~'%c;
belognas 12 !■».
Poultry and — Turkeys 22®.25c per lb ;
chickens 20@i?c; live fowl Us@Soc per pair \
spring chickens 50c@75c per pair; live tur
keys 51.25@52.00 or loc per lb.
— Granulated ll@l2lbs for 1.00; Stand
ard A 18 lbs for 1.00: extra C l 4 lbs for 00
yellow C 14 >-£ lbs for 1.00.
Vegetables ßeans, dry 10©12V£c quart;
horseradish 10c per lb: parsely 5c bunch;
Sanrkraat 15c quart: lettuce 10@l8c per dozer.:
green onions, 10c dozen bunches: gherkins 20c
per hundred; rhe barb, 15Q.20C doz. bunches;
radishes 10c per dozen bunches;' Minnesota peas,
20@30c per peck ; string beans,2o@3oc per pock ;
cucumbers, 5c per dozen new potatoes, 85c@40c
per bushel; tomatoes, 50@75c per bush; cauli
flowers, from 10c to 30c each ; cabbage, 30c@30c
perdoz; greet) corn s(3^Sc perdoz; lieuts, 50c per
bushel; turnips, 50c per bushel; carrots, 50c
per bushel; squash, hubbard lOQ^SO, Boston
marrow 15@25c, summer egg plant,' 20S,2.'ic:
pumpkins, 10c each: onions, Ssc per peck;
celery three heads for 25c. •-•>.'{. •'
Dried — Raisins, 10@25c lb. currents,
IS lbs. for SI- 00: prunes, 12 lbs. for $1.00; dried
apples. New York silted, 12J4c perlb. evaporated
1."... 20c per lb. dried peaches, 25@25c.
Horn ■ made Cider Vinegar, 50c gallon.
■ Milk sc quart: cr-;ani 00 quarw
S. 1-1. WOOD & CO..
Grain ii Mi Mm.
22 Chamber of Commerce,' Ohicatjo.
4 " •;•:" St. PauL
244 Ilennepin avenue, Minneapolis. '*•) ; '.
Boy and sell Grain, Provisions and Stocks for
rash or on margins. Only brokers in Minneapo
lis having their own membership on the Chicago
board of Trade.
M. Doraa's Iteport*.
St. Paul, An?. 15.
The following quotations, giving the rant{e of
the markets during the day, were received by .M.
■ Doran, Commission Merchant:
WIiKAT.
MILWAUKEE. CHICAGO.
Sept. Oct. Sept, Oct.
9:30 a. n. 7Bi£ 6 01 -i 78 % MX
9:40 " 7c< : K Bo>4 Jtiai fcOhi
9:50 li 78* ■"■* >\ 605<
10:00 " 79 EO'i 78»» ' 80
10:10 " 7.) f«!i • TO tOU
10:20 li 70 „ eo</i. ','.) 80«
10:30 " 79! i/,,. hi „ . 7u '■;.;, co «
10: li) " 7»H •to.iii 79«: 60?»
! 10:50 " V.la 80« 79J* ;, 81 -,
11:00 " 70' i EO^ ','■'• i Hi^
11:10 " 7(1 , 80J< V.i'b TOX
11:20 '• V'J b'J'.i 7S)>B BO j
11:30 " 79 BOf-5 7!i; B . £o*4
j 11:40 " 79 Mr, 79 P0«
11:50 " 7ri7»' 60 <i 'I- 7 , M)'j
12:00 M. r-' t ' boj< W->.i to%
18:10 r.iL 7S ; !£ f""i '!8?» E0 %
12120 " 73>i 80<« 7H.'s M)U
12:30 '• 7S5i f:o's 7S?i tO- 4
12:40 " 78?, 60 7ts;i -.Hl^'
12:50 '• 78',; 79 V-'i 10%
■ 1:00 v '.- , ; 79i£ 78?, fcO's
8:00 " . 78« 79.^ 7^: 1 „ 60
2:15 " 7SU V.ii 78
2:30 » ■ 78-5 - 19% . 7«? iBO
•-■:;:> « .... .... .... j;.... :
0 ).{>'. jv rs vs ) p )'{ v— lu:vi >.
I Corn. I O.tts. I I'ork.
Time. !
Sep i Ocl j S«p '"t I Scp | Oct
9:30 a. m. 50Ji;48sj24?i 25«j |.......
0:40 '• M 48!4 Si < ■-•-« .;: !..
9:5>) " SO '" h --I', •'-'•>^!. .'.:.:. j ."".■.:.;;.
ll):0D " ;.VJ t 8 f 4B;i;'J4? l i/Js<i;.. j
10:10 " 50!i;435,-|24»i;Ss>4
10:20 '• ; SO'a tS. 7 «j2"{?4 -•">U 1 .... :
10:30 " ■'■ .19 i 47 3 ;~'s^j
10:40 " 50?» t 43;j ti ! -:....
10 -30 " i5U:i 4'» ,24? i "-'•"'■ j :
11:00 " 50 i I.' 1 , '.'"> i5Vi .-...
11:10 " r.O!i-»3Jg|2s 234..
ili;!0 " 50 113 !24X;33r«l
11:00 " 60^!4S?iiS43'2.»x!
11:40 " 50!i-4S?i : -•■ -'•.-
11:30 " '.M)' 8 ! 4S n .£ 53 •-'. r '» :
' laftod m. ."'I t:1-, ." ". •-.' i.
12:10 P.M. 30«<:4S?ijS4 T i •. •". '...'
! vi:-:.) '• ' !&0f a :4rt'i :.•: ,23?; I
12:3) •' 50 ÜBl4i-,'5 |23-Xi j. ...:..
12U0 " stl»ijl^4 24 X s!3?ii.' 1. ......
12:W " 3O^!4S?<;24^23Vi; 1 '
1:00 " .•■•!! 3 ! ;;ivi ■. . v 23ii ■:: 25 | 4 .. !
2-M " SJ'i-ii.i' i
2:1") " ! >'■ V:
2:W " ;50?i.4'J 24 J£ 25,' i ..'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.
2:45 •' 1........ 1 .....I
CHIiMJ!) 1 .....
Sovcsaber. wheat.; Si *j Ans;'i«t corn... 51 ?»
December wiu-ii'.. K.ivcimer corn 417»
rViiijrtstoata "^.i \ir roro 42
Vcaro.iti 'Jl . ■•: i. com 43 1 8
Ai;iy o;i:s £9 |
Kcccipt* Shlidutv.t!".
Flour, barrels 8.043 7,S'il
Wheat, busl:e!B :■;.:• 174,03s
Corn " 3*7,437 313,213
Oats V I9s}4ii BJJ,ti4
M " :
j Uarley "
LiTSRruOL, Ang. 10, 12 m. —^Vheat, tiowawcrd
tendency ; coru. quiet but steady. Cargoes oS
co::yt — Wheat ilul!. corn inactive. Cargoes or.
;-a>?a^o — Wheat heavy, corn quiet but steady.
MaKX L.we. —Wheat and com very slow:. I
Country muiket*, tarn easier. Weather very ;
fine.
Pait.3. — Wheat ami Sour qa'ct.
ASSOCIATED PiSsi iIA.aKST3.
MQIH :iiikf.- I'mlaeft,
MtLWArKSE. Ang. 15. — Flour steady ami in
moderate demand. Whcal steady; No. 2 77;jc;
August "Tiic; September 7* \,c: October 7v>\c.
Corn higher: good' rejected 's3c." IMB lower;
new No. S white delivered 31 4c; old scarce, -i-ii
delivered. Kye neglected. Barley very quiet:
No. - old sjc; September C2c. Provisions were
higher; mess pork $13.50 cash add August;
Sli.To ~ ; -: lard, prime steam $7.60 cash
ami A-.._ :-• : ?'■■-; September. tweet pickled
ham«i firm at llii<2,r-'4c. Live hojs higher at
$3.7<)1y8.30. . Butter firm; choice creamery 2ixa
52c; fair to roodl7®l9c; best dairy 15&16 c
Cheese rirmt-r: new cream 9^f&loc. Eggs (juiet
and unchanged at l.i'j'il*. ,- Lake freights
dull and nominal; wheat to Buf
falo l?*€*2c. Receipts, 11.540 barrels of Hour:
11,405 bcshels c£ wheat; none of barley. Ship
neuts S, TM barrels of ' .ar; 1,000 bus'tcU of
j wheat; none of barley, j
C7ilc»co Produce
» -CiniAOOt"* A 1;:. 15. — Flour, MS da!l and
. weak: food to choice winter wheat flour.
: $4.73i3.-- : foroM.Sl.2iS3.oo forucw;Mlc!ii«a
j winter vrh«at fioar 54.23©!. 73; -Michigan
spring w&eat Uaui $3.73^1.50; iticnesat a
1 bakers* $3.7:»T-1.-'j : patents 53.25 65-75; low
grades $4.0033.23: rye doar 33.15:^3.4) In
barrels,s3.ooS3.loin sacks; Soathsm. Illinois
•cd .Missouri winter wheat flour
53.23©3-73; Michi?»n winter wheat $4.50@5.50:
: common to choica sfTsi— S Hi Si.3o^t.oo.
: Wheat. demand active, but lower: opened weak
end ! ( QHc Sower, advanced i,c. declined lc and
closed. *i©Xcaadcr closing - :rvs on the
j afternoon board yesterdar; **ie« ransed:
August -77(^775^0, closed at • 77c; September
7S«@79^ic, closed at7B?»c; October 80@81 He,
closed at 79 % c: November 81 7»©88i4c, '. closed
at 81 He ; , ■. December 82Ji(a83Hc, . closed nt
82?4c; May ruled 6>^c over December; - No. '2
Chicago spring 70-^©77*bC, ' closed at 70Mc;
No.' 8 Chicago- spring . 64®65c;-. No;- 8- rod
winter 88 (/jc; ; No. 8 red 78c. Corn, un
settled and lower; prices opened H©^«c lower,
declined Jic more, advanced %c, declined %(&
J(Cj and closed >i@s4c under the closing
figures oh the afternoon board yesterday; cash
503£©51J4cy. closed at 51c; , August 5031i@
51 enclosed at 50 % c; September 49«@50? B e,
closed at 50)* c; October 1 48V4®49!4c, ■ closed
at 48^c; • November 44 % ©45 % c ,. closed at
44«sc; year 41? < 1 4 c, closed at 41%; c; . Janu
ary 41 7 ,ci May 4254,©48!^c, .closed at . 43?»c.
Oats quiet and a shade lower; cash 25®25^c;
August 25'J®35"ric, closed at 25^c; Sep
tember :". 24H@2Sc, ■ ! closed at 24? 3
24 J^o; October " 25 !»b ©25 ;*6c, closed -at2sUc;
year 24 H @24 %c, closed at 24 4 ©24 c ; May
■29@29}$c, closed at 29c. Rye dull rat; 56Hc.
Barley dull at 64©04 Vie for .September. . Flax
seed linn at $1.30. Pork was in fair demand
and higher; ' cash 819.00@19.50 f of small • lots
August 520.50; September. J22.20@22.25;
October 520.00©20.25; year $13.45©13.75,
closed at $13.C5®13.70; January ,$12.80©
13. 1)5, closed at $13. 85@13. ' Lard, in fair
demand and firmer; cash $7.55©7.60; August
£7.40; September 50@7. 70, closed atS7.O7VJ
©7.70; October $7.00©7.80, closed at $7.77
©7.80; December 7.50; year 87.45; January
$7.35. Bulk meats higher; shoulders $6.50; short
ribs $9.95; short clear $10.80. Butter, weaker;
choice creamery 20@21c; fancy dairy 10©17 c.
Egffs dull at 13@14Hc.' Whisky . steady and
unchanged at 81.10. Freights — Corn : to Buffalo
1 !-»c ..'•.• . ■• .■";■
.Receipts, 7,ooo barrels of flour; 190,000
elsof wheat; 387,000 bushels of corn: 195,000
bushels' of oats; 32,000 bushels of rye;
11,000 bushels of barley. Shipments, 8,000 barrels
of flour; 174,000 bushels of wheat; 31,
--000. bushels, of . corn; 89,000 bushels of
oats; 42,000 bushels of rye; 600 bushels of
barley.
2:30, p.m. On the afternoon board — wheat
was firmer;' advanced %c. Corn was higher;
August and September advanced J£c; October
advanced %c; November advanced J4c. Oats
were firm and advanced %c. Pork, steady; year
advanced 10 per barn 1 Lird, strong; September
advanced 22 }4c; Octouur advanced 2 ;.-*. _
ChlcaoroljlTe Stock. . ; ' .^ ?;
\ Chicago, Aug. — The Drovers' Journal re
ports: Ilogg, receipts 13,000 head; shipments
6,000 • head: the market was active and 10
@15c -higher; rough packiug 35.G0@6.00;
packing and '.,. shipping 56.00@6.35; mixed
grades $5 ; 50@5.70; • heavy $5.85@6.15:
lig.it $5.75@6.40; skips $4.t0@5. 50.
Cattle receipts 5,500 head; shipments 3,810
head; the market was strong" for best corn
fed and ■ steady •■ for »■ others;
export grades , $G. 50©7.00; good to
choice shipping $3.90@6.50; > com
mon to medium §4.50©5 75; grass fed Texans
$3.75©4.35; extra $3.30©4.25; range cattle
steady; half breeds §4.25; wintered Texans
§4.00@4.75; Americans $4.00@5.25; Montana
$4.75; stockers and feeders $3.50©4. 50. Sheep,
receipts 1,000 head, shipments .... head; the
market wasdullbut steady; inferior to fair $3.00
©4.oo per hundred pounds; medium to good
!:3.0u43-50; choice, to extra J4.00@4.40;
lambs, per head $1.5003.50; Texans $2.50©
3.50.
' New Tolrk l'rodace. . -
New York, Aug. — Flour dull; receipts 115,
--500 barrels ; exports 2,500 barrels ; St. ' Louis
33.35@t3.00; superfine state and western $2.60©
3.20; common to good extra $3. 20©3.60; Minne
apolis patent process $5.75©8.15; good to choice
$3.65@0.00 white wheat extra $5.50©«.00; extra
Ohio $3.35©f5.00. Wheat lower; receipts 77,000
bushels; exports 312,000 bushels; No. 2 Chicago
84(i@85c-. ungraded red 75©94 c; No. 3 red 85©
86c; steamer No. 3 red 72J4c; No. 2 red steamer
87@87 1 /£ c; No. 2 red »9Si@9i)ic; No. 2 red Au
gust nominal; September sales 1,424,000 bushels
at 89 ?.£ ©90 Me closing at 89 % c; October Bales
1,744,000 bushels at9l?i@92?gc, closing at 9l %c;
November sales 908,000 bushels at 93 1 / 4@94-£c, :
closing at 93i£c; December sales 384,000 bushels
at 95?i@9(5c, closing at 95 He; January sales
128,000 bushels at 97©97 l closing at 07;
February sales 130,000 bushels at 98^©99Vic:
, closing at'J8 s March sales 8,000 bushels
at ?I .oo 'i ; April sales 88,000 bushels at $1.01%
©1.02, closing at S1.01?i; May sales 48,000
bushels at $1.02@1.05}4, closing at $1.02)4.
Corn lower; receipts 33,000 bushels; exports,
16,900 bushels ; ungraded sii@6lc; No. 3 59©
00c; No. 2 li i ©.l) 2r 4 c ; ungraded white, ti3((J6sc ;
No. 2 August none; September 58'^®59}gC,
closing at s' 'c; October 68'4@59c, closing at
58 lie: November 57H@58c, closing at 57iric.
Oats lower; receipts 89,750 bushels: exports 600
llushels; mixed western 36©38 c; white western
40©4Cc. Collee, spot fair: Kio firm at 9?, c; op
tions quiet but steady; Kio No. 7 spot $8.30: Au
gust &7.93©8.05; September $8.10®8.15; Octo
ber 4. 90; November at 58.20©8.25: December
33.23©8.80 ; looruary at $8.35; Sugar quiet
!n:t : steady; re lined steady and unchanged
nt 4' l l ie; centrifugal 90-test 5 * s c; molasses sugar
; ■ . ... j •.,<:,■ .-,1, c; white extra s^Jc; Bahia3^c;
[ yeiiow 4(4 ©4 ii'c; cut loaf and crushed 7©7Hc;
| powdered << 7 a 7c ; granulated 6\,c; fair to
good refining quoted at 4 15-18 c; Muscovado
si£c; concrete 1 V: : St. Jago 5C 1 ; English Island
I fndVic!,) : Onadaloape 4% ; Jamaica 4 \c; cen
trifugal &it©s.' l ie; St. Domingo4^i©s^c; Mo
lasVci! Bt'.giir 4^c:,Porto Hico 4)jc; Bariadoes
5Mc; <; 1 v."{iftJ-c; extra C s'i©r)?BC; white ex
tra -5V4@5?sC; oil A/sJ»©s"ic; mould A 6%c;
standard A.,6^c; confectioners' A 6i4c; cubes
o.<»©Tc;Cuba 4" 3 ©4 a Brazil ?^c; Aracajie
4 ■ a-lGc. Molasses, was ' quiet but
steady;. 50-test . refining IS©IS!-ic New
Orleans 3O(Tos6c;' Cuba 60-test - 15 He; Porto
ttico 51c: i, common sugur houso molasses
lie. Rice quiet and firm ; Rangoon 4 X ©sc;
domestic s>si©7c. Petroleum firm; united 77' B e;
refined ,-c ; crude 78 1. ; c. Tallow, firm at 6-ic
Kosin steady and unchanged at 51.20©1.25.
Tiirpetitine steady at :ii(.'Si He. Eggs steady;
western, 17J{©l«'/jC.- Pork firm : new mess at
$18.00. Beef quiet and uuchanged. cut moat*
nominal; bacon, long clear middles stronger at
$10.50. Lard r,'©lUc higher, closing strong;
Western steam spot quoted at $"<; September
57.84©7.95; October 57. "^©H; November 87.76
©7.85; '. December 37.80©7.83; January, $7.76.
butter easier: western, B®2Sc. Cheese dill! and
lower; western flat 4'^,B'iC. Other articles are
Biicbanged>
Vf»w York DrrGnod*.
Nt:w York. Aug. 13. — There is a wider
demaud for new and duplicate, assortments of ail
seasonable specialties^ and though individual
wants ar<! Cor moderate quantities the movement
Is taking a very good quota. There is more do-
Ing In the Jobbing trade. • '
Cincinnati Whl*ky. ■ •
1 . C«sct*v? ATI. Aug. 15. — WhUky, wag firm
it 1.07.
Petroleum.
Pirr-.-.rno, An?. — Petroleum dti!) ;
certificates opened at 7"iH5, advanced to 77,
declined and closed weak at 70 'g.
On. C;ty, Pa.. tVng. 13. — National transit cer
tificates opened at " 7CVi, .-;:';,. lowest
7i5, closed at 76»i. Sales, ■: 937,0 barrels,
Clearance?, 7,c:0,00J barrsls. KUns, 73,073 j
l:arri>!>. Sh:-ioients 14,411 Inirrels. , Charters
13,809 barrels. Oil City oil exchange stock §1.00
bid, 53. 00 asked. I -
1 mi '11 th Wheat. * . - - ;
a Dullte. A 'is. 15. — Wheat — The market* on
'ch.u, • Jay were inactive and there is no
disposition to buy at present price*." Closing
prices: No. 1 hanl cash 87c; September 83C;
' ' .. 2 hard cash Sic: No. 1 cash rtic; Septem
ber SOc: No. '1 cash 70c; rejected cash 60c,
In store. 333/SOr busßcls of wheat; 6,000
: bashdii of oats.
..... .
Lnti^>fr. '* • ' '
. T, rr.icra TO gEtr.irm ost.t. '
Conrnon BoMdi $13 50 |
■ted " '" 10 0), i
cull m • * ............ »<H) !
loam a Stock Boards 8. lOand 12 1nch. .... 13 50 1
tnd " .<~; ~ ;/^.-- " 1100
'.ft Fencing selected. It 03
2nd 'M- ■>.... A...'....- 1100
Call --"--.,.....,..»....... .: en
1 ca ctinlf 2i«. tit 10312 and 18 ft........... 12 00
:.r " .;». :•* M ~ M ".:..:.„... 1200
■ ;•-* . .. *• .'■• Id .**.........:. 13 00
Timbers lif to Bxlo jr.croslvs nun* aa «ouil>
mir. --•».• ::■ - - -' •-.■:'■ '
joisv<2xS to 2x12 tacla'lTe. •* >-• .■■ -\
'•12. 14 and 16 ft ...:..'. :.;..i 1200 !
■• * 1? "........ ....-;rr.;..v.T.r=i«so
■-i . .. .20 **..^.... ........ .;...^..ri3 00 ;
Ift«<l 2nd Clear, 1 in. 1%. I*4 and 3 lacn
Bowth ..:::.;:. .■;.....■....■.■... .:.:..;....?. 4100 1
3rd Clear, 1 in. lH.l'/i toon. Bough ..»-.«COo
A select 1 in, 1-,, 1* locs, £oo«t>.. ...* UOU
B " |l*t ..„..'»«
B ■■'••* m and 2 incil ......'.:...-.:. 8000
B Stock boards ........."... ;....- 86 00
C■ " • -■•* . ; w...:...;r.. sow
D „ - .....................:....... U0O!
A F100ring.....; ......U ...:....-..... 28 00
B £ 36 00
C " 00
Fencinj?«Torinj?9elect«d....V. ; 17 00
> \ lS£dfL«p« ............... ....;.* 15 30
K0.2 ** - :.......................:.. MO*
Drop Si.ilnp time M Flooring. - •- ■ ' '• • •' - "
-Ist end 2nd Clear Siding....,.;. ...; _ .... 99*0
' Abiding ...; ;-g Jl go
B " .;..... iiOO
c **• ........'„ .....: ; I*oo
D " from «el««ted Feocme :...". ..''959
H EeadedCelUafSCaaoretninsidtcs. .-; */
No. 1 SbiiujießperM ."......'.• f»
1 ;." • r ":..~.:vrrr.-.:r.".::r.v.: -500
Xi - : ■». - .•.......;....-..... tOO
Lath - . - •*.;.-... L 100
Dre«*ici 1 rid«, 11 per M. •
Dressing .- ■ m par VL , . .- , <„,
,
There is no-liqaor sold in Qttdfrnra, bat
drunks, coatinuc to apppear belbre the aiajr
i or.
WORTHY
Of Confidence.
A VF Sarsaparllla lk amc diiine that,
ft ■ tn o (luring nearly 40 years, in all
- parts of the world, bus proved its effi- i
cacy as the bust blood alterative kuown
- to medical science. .«•-:■? ■ -„■
QARQADADII I A (extracted from
OAtfOArAKILLA the root of the
genuine Honduras Sarsaparillu) is it? .
base, and its powers are enhanced by
the extracts of Yellow Dock and Stil
liugia," the lodides of Potassium and
Iron, and other potent ingredients.
jo your blood vitiated l\y derangements
•w of the digestive and nssimilatorv func- .
tions? is it tainted by Scrofula? or
does it contain the poison of Mercury
or Contagious Disease
TUjr leading. physicians of the United
I HE- states, who know the composition
of Ayer'B Sahsapahilla, say that
nothing else so pood for the purifica
tion of the blood is within the range of
. pharmacy. ■ ■ -
fINI V by "the use of this remedy is it
Ullkl possible for a person who Las
. .. :. corrupted blood to attain sound health
and prevent transmission of the de
structive taint to posterity.
THOROUGHLY SBfiSSSB
include not only the removal of cor
ruption from the blood, but its enrich
ment and the strengthening of the
vital organs.
DCIIUDIIT witnesses, ' all over the
nbLI ADLt world, testify that this
work is better accomplished by A yrk's
; Saiisapakilla, thuu by any other
, remedy. • .'..••
pi Tinn 'is corrupted through dis-
DuUUU ease is made pure, and blood
weakened' through diminution of the
; red ; corpuscles is made strong, by
- Ayek's Saiisaparilla.
DIIDIffVIMP' lilu l)l001^ fln building
lUnirYlliu up the system require
time in serious case.x, but benefit will
. .. be derived from the use of Ayer's
: SAItSAPARiLLA more speedily thau
•"^ .from anything else. ■ .
RXtmiPIMC for which like effects are
ItlELLflvlriE. falsely claimed, is ahun
i (hint in the market, under many names,
■■■ ■ - but the only preparation that has stood
'■■ „ the test of time, and proved worthy oJ
the world's confidence, is v ; , ;,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
■ ■'■ - :■'■•-' : PREPARED BY .
Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all druggists : Price 1 ; ;
six bottles for $5.
A Conspiracy in Mexico. '
'St. Louis, Aug. — A special telegram |
from the City of Mexico to the Gldbe-Democrdl
says: A conspiracy against the government
was discovered there . which embraces a plot
to depose President Gonzales and put in his
place Jose Maria Iglesias, and to assassinate
Gen. Diaz and all leaders of what is known
as the Tuxtepee party. The plot is said to
be widespread in the states of Vera Cruez,
Pueblo, Mortos,,.and Quarctaro, and that
there is great public anxiety, the number
of arrests made in the City of .Mexico during
the week embracing several prominent per
sons, among them Francisco Mejia, ex-min
ister of tin an cc; Ricordo Rominez, ex-judge
of the Federal district; Grcgori Perez Jor
don, prominent lawyer; Gen. Telicinto,
Cliavarro, , Col. Jose Maria, Rodriquez
Deavay, August! Mendoso, Ambrosio Dom
inquez, Ramon J. Aariz, Miguel Salcado and
Vidal Corral, also the wife of Jordon. The
latter had a small printing office in which a
large number of posters was found ready for
circulation, inciting the people to revolt
against the present government and in favor
of Iglesias. No further explanation Is given,
but other arrests will be made and active
measures be taken to defeat the plot.
, .;*' Latter From New York.
[A gentleman residing at Albert Lea sends
the Globe the following letter, received from
a friend living at Franklinvllle, N. V., which
is of public interest. Ed. Glohe.]
,'• You pay you .are- nnxfous to. kknotw t how
New York will go. In reply I will say that
the. admirable ticket made at the late Demo
cratic convention at Chicago meets here with
the cordial approbation of all true Democrats
and commands the universal respect of all
classes, 1 even our opponents. Every Intel
ligent ißim is famllar with the names of
Glover Cleveland aud Thomas A. Hendricks,
and ::s between Cleveland and Maine the
contrast is such as to leave no chance for
hesitancy ou the part of honest and intelli
gent voters.
We are of the opinion that the nomination
furnishes" a refuge for a large class of de
pendent) voters, who have not heretofore
voted in opposition to Republican nomina
tions, including those who voted for Cleve
land for governor iv 1882. when he received
the magnificent majority of 193,000 for the
office of governor of this state, the duties of
which office be is now discharging so satis
factorily to his constituents utid in the in-:
terests of the state at ■ large in an honest,
faithful and impartial manner.
We Democrats have the fullest confidence
in the election of Cleveland and Hendricks,
and after the 4th of March next we believe
the books will be overhauled, rascals will be
turned out of office aud honest, reliable, cap
able and intelligent men will occupy the
positions now held by knaves and rogues, to
the damage and discredit of this great re
public. \ - S. C.
FAIRCHILD, WI3.
[Special Correspondence of the Globe.) *
Faikcium), Aug. 15. — Harvest is com
pleted here except stacking. With a ' few
more- di.ys of good weather the formers will
have secured, in good condition, one of the
best crops for many years. Corn is doing
finely, 'and two or tlirve weeks more without
frosts will puss that beyond danger.
Mr. Nicholag Ilahn, livlntr three mile*
south of Ilumbi.-d, had several horses injured
last wees by the blowing over of his barn,
lie hud be ( 11 raising bis barn to put under a
stone bailment, and a heavy wind upset it.
He liU'l a spat! of valuable- Norman bone* in
the l»ara wiiich weru badly bruised,, but will
recover. . ,': ../•:
Mr. S.intv Andre?, of Hum bird, lost a
cow by getting in front of a locomotive re
cently, ' 111*8 iii sr .two horses and one cow
hilfiil by the car« In about a year.
TLiere Uavo been several casts of summer
com plaint at Foster' mill, and on<- case, that
of a laborer, a married man, proved fatal,
' B. O. Paltrier, our city druggist, was called
to Tom ah, Wi:«., last night, by a telegram
announcing the death of his brother Newton,
who died of consumption at Rochester,
Minn., yesterday morning.
The mannsers of the Omaha road have a
| large crew of .men at work near here putting
■ the trac-Vr in shape after the deluge of two or
three weeks ago.
r The Striking Coal Miners.
-'. Pitt«bchg, Aug. 15. — The situation in
the fourth pool to-day is more
favorable to the strikers. The miners
.working! at the Necl mines came out
j yesterday- and the strikers now claim that
, within the next forty-eight hour? the strike
will be general. ; Mr. Neel rays . he - has two
j men for every vacancy. He has notified big
: men who are out, however, that he will bring
| suit against them for (50 per day damages as
; long as the remain out. and that being prop-,
' erty holders he can recover from idem*
STATE OF MIIfSESOTA. COUXTY OF RAMSEY
**. IMsirlct Court. Second Judicial District.
| The St. Paul Odorlest Eicaratlag Company, pUfntlg,
[ , ts. George Lander, defendant.
-""'■ - : "•'■'■'■ktjiiioss. '■■-" . .
| The State of Mtna«s</t4 to the abovesamed defendant;
: You arc berebv «amimnied and required to answer
the •m, >i»lnt of the plaintiff in the above entitled me
tion. which hr..a heretofore been fllvrd la the office of
the Clerk of laid court, and la Berve a copy of your
' answer to u!d complaint on tbe tßt«*crilK:r«, at their
I ofice la the city of Sain: Pan!. In the county of Kam-
I «ey. within twpnt;- d»y» after the «errtc» nt ibis mm
\ laotu apon ytjo. exelssive of the day of scoh servicv;
j and. if too fan to aciver th' 'tl4 complaint *• iihin
.the time tforefaid. the ;.:a!fe:iff . in tnl> action will :
hare the arnou:>- I: !» entitled to recover a*eena]ned
by the court or unler It* direction, and take ja<l<f
m-ti' &{n!n«t roa f<»r the aso'aat so ascn (lined to*
{reUrcr with the cost* and di^anemcata herein. '• '
•&&m HOBTON* * MOBHIBOX, —'';•''
FlalatUT« Attorney*. St. I'attl, Mlaa.
t a^Tw-wi
■:.: : :;. .-.,:-.. ■'' LEGAL. 'V' : ' f ; ■'.-' . ; . ... ;
"~~ ;v Sheriff's Sale, v, :
By virtue of an execution issued oat of the T)l»l rlet
court of the second Judicial dlitrfot, county of limn
ley, eutcuf Minnesota, In which B. Waltlier la plain
tin: ami Oustnv J. Burup, li defendant, wlilch execu
tinu It directed and delivered to me for service, I
have levied | upon the ! real estate hereinafter j de
scribed, and will Bell the table at public auction to
the highest bidder, for cash, at the front door of the
Sheriff's office In the city of Saint Paul, in said coun
ty of Kainsey, on Monday, the 15th day of Be [H«mber ( .
A. D. 1884, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of thai day.
' '■ Said real estate being described as follows: Undi
vided one-ninth (1-Bth) of lots 1,8. 3, 4, Vi, 13, 18 and
19, In block 3 of Borup & Payne's addition to St. Paul;
undivided one-ninth (l-9tli) of lot 9 In block 4 of said
addition, all In .the county of Ramsey and state of
Minnesota. ' Also, ; an undivided one-ninth (l-9th) of
the south half i Si > of the northwest quarter (%) of
section 5, township 30, : range S3, In said Ramsey
county. - ' t ■'.- ■■■ ■
Dated at St. Paul,' this 31st day of July, A. D. 1884.
HENRY O'GOBMAN,
•■ •"••-••■'. Sheriff, Ramsey County, Minn.
Edwin Gribble, Plaintiff's Attorney. 1; ■ ,auZ-7w-sat
QTATE OF MINNESOTA, COTTXTY OF RAMBEY
0 —ga. ) District Court. Second Judicial District.
George H. Ranney, plaintiff, vs. . Henry L. Moss, as
trustee of William Holcombc and Henrietta K.
: Holcombe, bis wife; Lewis Bond; the unknown
; heirs of G. H. Edgerton;. and, also, , all other per
' sons or parties unknown, claiming any right, title,
estate, lien or interest In the real estate, lands,
tenements and hereditaments described In the
complaint herein, defendants. ■'-''']- ' ' '
v ' ' SUMMONS FOR lULIFK. .'^". • . - " : .
The State of Minnesota to the above named defend
ants: 1 . " ■ ■ • ;...; ■'-. . ■ ■-'... .. ,' ' .
You are hereby summoned and required to answer
the complaint of the plaintiff In the above entitled
action, which has been filed in the office of the
Clerk of ■ said court, at Saint Paul, In said county,
and serve a copy of your answer to said complaint
on the subscribers, at their office. in J the city of St.
Paul, In the said county of Ramsey, Within twenty
days after the service of this summons upon you,
exclusive of the day of such service and, if you fall
to answer the said complaint within tile time afore-
Bald, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in the complaint. , „'..,'. i .
Dated July 23d, A. D. 1884. ■'■:. ■ " -••--■■
- :■• > WILLIS & TVILLARD, :
:. Plaintiff's Attorneys, St. Paul, Minn,
State of Minnesota, County of Ramsey! ss. District
court, - Second Judicial district. •• ..
George H. Ranney, plaintiff, vs. Henry L. Moss, as
trustee of William Holcombc, and : Hehretta K.
Holcombe, his wife; - Lewis- Bond; : the un
known heirs of O. H. Edgerton ; and, also, all other
persons and parties unknown. Claiming any right,
title, estate, Hen or Interest, in ! the real estate,
lands, tenements and hereditaments, described In
the complaint herein, defendants.
, JJOTICK OF MS I'IXDKKS. .
Notice is hereby given that a civil action has been
commented in the District court of the state of Min
nesota in and for the Second Judicial district of said
state, and the county .' of Ramsey therein, wherein
George H. Kanney is plaintiff and Henry L. Moss, of
trustee of : William Holcomb, and Henrietta K.
Holcomb, his wife; Lewis Bond; the unknown heirs
of G. H. Kdgertoh ; and, also, all other .persons and
parties unknown, claiming any right, title, estate,
lien or interest, In the real estate, lands, tenements
and hereditaments described In the complaint In said
action, are defendants; that said action Is now pend
ing and . undetermined, and that the object of such
action Is to quiet in the plaintiff, George H. Ranney,
the title to those certain tracts or parcels of land
situated in the said county of Ramsey and state of
Minnesota, and doscrlbed as ' follows, . that is to say:
Lots numbered • twenty-one (21). twenty-two (23),
twenty-three (33), and twenty-four (84), of block
numbered thirty-three (33) in Summit park addition
to Saint Paul, according to the plat thereof on file
. and.of record In the office of ; the Register of deeds
within and for said Ramsey county.
-.- And the further object of said action is to deter
mine any claim, Hen, estate or Interest in said land,
adverse to the cstaße of the plaintiff therein. The
plaintiff In said action Is the sole owner In fee simple
of the land aforesaid. -
GEORGE H. RANXBY,
T. „2 - . ; Plaintiff.
Wiij,is & Will Attorneys for plaintiff.
Saint Paul, Minnesota, July 33d, 1884.
• july2B-7w-sat . .
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
as. In Probate Court, special term, August 1,
1884.
In the matter of the estate of John Grace, deceased.
On reading and Ming the petition of Thomas Grace,
of said county, representing amongvther things, that
John Grace, late of said county, on the 29th day of
July, A. D. 1884, at said county, died intestate, and
being an Inhabitant of this county at the time of his
death, leaving goods, chattel* and estate within this
county, and that the said petitioner Is a brother and
one of the next of kin of said deceased, and praying
that administration of said estate be to him granted;
It is ordered, that said petition be heard before the
Judge of this court, on Tuesday, the 26th day of Au
gust, A. D. 1884, at ten o'clock a. m., at the Probate
office In Bald county. •■•
Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to the
heirs of said deceased and to all persons Interested by
publishing a copy of this order for three successive
weeks, prior to said day of hearing. In the Daily
Globs, a newspaper printed and published at Saint
Paul, in said county.
By the Court,
[l.s.J ;-> ;':.i .■■■■- WM. B. McORORTY,
. ■ ; ' •; r ■ ; . Judge of Probate.
Attest: Frank Robert, Jr., Clerk. - au2-4w-sat
QTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
O — ss. In Probate court, Special term, August 8,
1884. .....
In the matter of the estate of John. Frlborg, . de
ceased. ■ .
On reading and filing the petition of S. Seaton, of
said county, filed in this court July is, 1881, repre
senting, Among other things, that John Friborg, late
of said county died Intestate, and being an inhabitant
of this county at the time of his 'death',' leaving
goods, chattels and estate within this county, and
that the said petitioner, is the friend of said de
ceased, and praying that administration of said estate
be to him granted;
It Is ordered. That said petition be heard before
the judge of this court, on Monday, the 3d day of
September, A. I). I*B4, at ten o'clock a. in., at the
Probate office, In said county. . .
Ordered further. That notice : thereof be given to
the heirs of said deceased, and to all persons interest
ed, by publishing a copy of this | order for three suc
cessive weeks prior jto said day of hearing, In the
Daily Globe, a newspaper printed and published at
Saint Paul, In Bald county.
By the Court. -V :'.V
-[L.B.] •VfM. B. McGRORTY,
Judge of Probate.
Attest: Frank liubkiit, Jr., Cleric „. au'J-4w.sut
Notice to Creditors.
State of Minnesota, County of Ramsey, ss. In Pro
bate Court, special term, August 2, 1884.
In the matter of the estate of William 11. Miller,
deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the Judge of Probate,
of the county of l{*in»ey, will upon - the second Mon
day of the month* of September, October, Novem
ber. December, 1884, and Jauuaiy, IKBS, at ten o'clock
a. in., receive, hear, examine and adjust, all claims
and demands of ail persons a^aiust said deceased;
and that six month* from and after tin' date hereof
have been allowed and limited for creditor* to pre
sent their claims against MHld estate, at the expira
tion of which time all claims not presented or nut
proven to its satisfaction, rhall be forever barred,
unless for good cause shown further Mine be allowed.
By the Court, ' ' .
[L. s.J WM. B. McGRORTY.
Judge of Probate.
Aimi.i-ii W. Mii.LKR. Executor, s
F. O. I.xiiKXMiLL, Attorney for Executor.
nu?9-sw-i«ttt '
>TtATE OK MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
i* —us. In Probate Court, special term, August 8
Mi, ; ■■ .-. ■* •■■.-.
In the matter of the estate of John Boc!c. deceased.
On reading and tiling the petition of Walter ft.
I. Boric, administrator "f the estate of John Bock,
I deceased, representing among other tiling", Ihnt
| he lies fully administered ; "aid estate, and pray
! ing that a time and place be fixed for examining and
: a'liwlng hi* account of administration, and for the
argument of tliexunldur of nald Cdtate to the per
sons en'itiPd thereto !»w: ■ > - .
It Ik ordered, that said account bo examined, and
petition heard, by tM juil.ie of this court, on Tuesday,
| the 3d day of .September, A. D. 1884. at ten o'clock
; m:. Nt tbc Probate oilier. In said county., t..
And it I* further ordi-iH. that notice thereof he
j given to all persons Interested, by publishing a copy
of tills order for three RqeVMttte weeks prior to in!d
I day of lie.itiiiK, In the Daily Oi.ork. a newspaper,
: printed and published ;;| S.'.lnt IMul, In E&id county.
I By the Court,
[L.S.J. • WM. B. WoGROBTT,
Judge of Probate.
Attett: Fr.«?»K Robert. Jr.. Clerk. .. guO-4w-M.t
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF RAMBEY
as. In i'robatc court, npctiial term, August 8,
IBM. * - ...-.\ - . '.
In the mutter of the estate of Eldredgc W. Chase,
<><iai>ed. .'_'■■,
I On rending and flling the retlllonof Barah A. Chase,
I administratrix of the e«f»te of CMrcdge. W. (bane.
[ Cer.eme6, rtprelcntlng imcinK other thing*, that she
I nan fully r.dii|lnl«'i;'U »sld estate, and praying that a I
! time and place ttc 6*rft for exiinil^::ig ami allowing j
: her account of ii.'.;.i':i>trai«)n. and for assignment j
jof the residue of naM MUM to Mlt, ' ; . .
It It ordered, that KM ■IHI»I«I be examined, and j
i petition heard, by the Judge of thin Court, on Wed- I
: nesday, the 3d day of v c ; i! ember. A. D. 1884. at 10
| o'clock a. m.. at the Probate olßm'.'lii said County,
And It Is furl ordered. thatlMitlce thereof bo
| girrn to all persons interested, by put>U*hfng a copy
I of this order for three successive week*' prior to said
day of hearing, In the Daily Gi.ome, a newspaper
printed nml published at tiaint Paul, in paid county.
By the Court, WM. B. McGKOHTY.
[L.s.l r: Judge of Pn.bsi?.
Attest: Fkaxk Robert. Jr.. Clerk. - au9-4w-sat
{ OTATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF KAMBKT
i O s».— s». In'Pn^ate Court, special term, Augutt 8,
< <18S4. ■ • -5, ■,•■•■• • ■ ..
In the matter of the estate of Charles O. F. Hoffmann, •
\ deceased. . • : '— . "■•
On reading and filing the petition of John P. Hoff
; mann, of Galena. Illinois. reprcscntlcg. among other
1 thing?, that CHarlei ';. F. lloiTioano, late of Galena
Illinois, on the 29th ' day of Aj«u :-.:. A. I). 1-73. at
said Gaiena. lUlnai*. died lntc»t»tc. and beist a non- j
: resident of this county at the time of hie death, leav- I
ing ftood«, chattel* and «tate within this county, and ;
that the said petitioner li the brother and next of
i kin of aid deceased, and praying that administration
' of said estate be to Joseph Armbruiter granted:
It Is ordered, that said petition be heard before the j
I Judge of this court, on Wednesday, the 8d day of
r- ;,:-:nNcr. A- D. 1594. iat tea o'clock ». m., at the
I Pr>;»a:e otlre In MUd county, ' ■-. ...
Ordered farther, that notice thereof Tie given to the I
heirs of »ald dc«-a«(wl, and to all persona Interested, |
by pabllihl&t a copy of this orderfor three inctejuire •
| week* prior to said day of bearing. Id the Dailt \
Globe, a newspaper printed and published a: Saint ■
Paul In said county. ; - - -
By the Court, .
'■;?■ WM. B. MeGROHTY.
f^.».l - ■ Judge of Prvbat*.
Attest} Fkaitx Robmt, Jr., Clerk, . J w-»at
BEJBBIN & FABWELtT
LAW OFFICE.
t
boom a,
I Com: «i Wabashaw and F«urtli strata.
1 Over £ju»f«*» (-me*. I
BEIDGE i MATERIAL. I'
St. Paul Foundry Go.
M AX ACTURERB Of ,
j CAST AND WROUGHT IROI
BiiiyriWorf
Send for cuts of. columns. All kinds of cast
ings made on short notice. Works on St. P., M.
&M. H. li., near Como avenue. Office, Fourth
street, corner Robert, St. Paul. H. W. TOPPING,
Manager. C. H. Power, Secretary and Treasurer
88. . .:• - .. -. -. ..-.-. . ,- ■ , .'.•'■'
_____„____ — — — •
TAILORING.
In f ailoii,
146 EAST THIRD STREET.
EDUCATIONAL.
hit Sit Joseph's
ACADEMY
For the Euncatioi of lonm Ladies
DUBUQUB, IOWA.
'. Farsntß desirous of placing thair daughters In
atlntolaM school, will do wall to investigate
claims ot tnis institution. To. the present
building, which is both spaoioas and beautiful,
a large addition Is b«ing erected, which will con
tain music, axbibition and recreation halls. The
course of studiee in the different departments is
thorough, nothing being omitted that is neces
sary to impart a finished education. The musi
cal department comprises a thorough course for
graduation in Theory and Practice. Every ad-
Tantaga is afforded to those -who wish to pursue
a special ooursa in painting; general instructions i
in drawing an girsn in elasa-rooms. Fur par*
tienlar apply to BISTER SUPERIOR. 8544
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. Epps' has
provided our breakfast tables with a delicately
flavored beverage which may save us many heavy
doctor's bill*. It is by the judicious use of such
articles of diet that a constitution nay 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
fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified
with pure blood and a properly nourished frame."
— Cltll Service Gazette.
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold
ID tins only ( % lb and S> ) by Grocers, labeled thus :
TIIIPQ Ppn i 0 fin Homeopathic ChcintsU
JfllullO LlT'' g LIU ■ .. London. Esolaxo
PILES r files:
A sure euro for Blind, Bleeding, . Itching and
Ulcerated Piles, has been discovered by Dr. Wil
liam, (an Indian remedy) called Dn. WILLIAM'S
INDIAN OINTMENT. A single bos has cured
the worst chronic cases of Hi yearn' standing. No
one need suffer five minurcs after applying this
wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions ami in
struments do more harm . than good. Williams
Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the Intense
itching, (particularly at night after gel" ing warm
in bed,) acts as a poultice, gives inataut and pain
lees relief, and is prepared only for Piles, itching
of the 4rivate parts, and for nothing clue. For
sale by all druggists, and mailed on receipt of
piice, $1. NOTES BUO3. & CUTLER, Wholesale
Agent, Paul. Minn. - - ... ■■■■ ...■.- -■ -~*
RAILWAYS. ' • >
Ciaa MflwaMeTSLlalEaliway,
THE FAST MAIL DUE!
' Pullman Sleepers with Smoking Room«. ana the.
The finest Dining Cars In the world are run on all
through trains to and from Chicago.
DSPAB-ruiO THAIS*. . „ Lea ve . I Leave
Minneapolis t Bt. Paul.
Klver Division. I ,
Milwaukee * Chicago Ex.. A. I:lspm A J:oftpm
Milwaukee & Chicago Ex. . A 6:15 pm A *i:UOp m
La Crusne, Dubuque, Hock . ,
Island & St. Louis Ex.... C t:loamC E:46am
La CrosHC Passenger .. „.. 0 4:3l'pm 0 b:oSpm
lowa Minn. Division. |
Mason City* Davenport Ex. C f:i mC Mo am
t'aliiiar AcconinuMatlon .0 ' 4:1 m 0 4:3.1 pm
Mm shalltown ft De» Mofnei |.
Express... ..........E COO p m 7:lspm
Hastings ft Dakota Div. | . | ■■■■;
MilbßilltEx „..,, ... C MC.amO 7:00»m
Aberdeen 4 Mitchell Ex.... A 4:<spm A 4:00p m
AiuaviKo tkainj. I Arrive . Arrive 1
I St. Paul. Minneapolis
Hirer Division. I "■' *''•.:■ '
Chicago Milwaukee Ex.. A f:OoamA f:4.ism
Chicago * Milwaukee Ex.. A ■ 1:00 pm A l:4r,pm
*»bI Atall ' :.C 8:25 pmC 4:oopm
LaCrosse, Dnbuque, Rook . ; I , ■ .
I«land*Bt. Louis Ex.... 0 C:lopmC «:4Spm
lowa * Minn. Division. I | ■'.*,,
CalmarAccominixiiition..,. C 10:35 amC 10:40 am
MaioaClty, Bou.4Wcst. ExC- «:42pmC 6:sopm
Mamhalltown & De» Moinea • ... 1 •
Kxpri-so „,, v '.:«6amK 6:Boam
Ilastiags 4 Dakota Dlr. | . 1
Aberdeen & M.tclieli Ex... A lt-Mp m A 12:05 pm
Mllbsnk „.., Q 7:30 pm C 6:3onm
A, nirans dsiiy; C, exceptSundaysi E, except Sat-
BIdBy*: F, fxeeia Monday. ■
AddKlonal train* between Bt. rani and Minneapolis
via "Short Line," leave both cities hourly, tor par
ticulars see short Line time table.
ft. Paul— Chat. Thompson. City Ticket Agent, 131
Esei Third street, fcu-wn ii Kcebcl. Ticket Agents,
uhlon Depot.
Minneapolis— O. L. Scott, City Ticket Agent, No. 1
Icollet Iloius. A- U. Cliambvrlitlu, Ticket Atent,
fepot. '
kIMHI£APOUB & tf.loUlb RAILWAY. '„
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
■ ■■•■. iLe. St. i'uui .\t. St. Paul
Chicago Express,... -7:ooam 't-Mam
Dcs»loines*l£»naa»Clty Ex. •iMa» m \ '(>;t«»ni
Et. L6uls "Throouh" K::pre«4 «2:sopin' J12:20p-n
DesMolnef*KanessClty£x. -12:50pm' :i2:*)pm
I Excelsior and V,'inthr«jp. . .. '8:30 ml '12:20 pm
Chlcaj?o^Fa»t"^ Ks|MiM __ ' (^f" ml <l':4snm
' 6 dally, "dally rxcept Sr.nilayg. + dally «tß«f«"Sa(.*
orday, i dally except Monday. V Ticket direr bt. PauL
I eonier third and Blblcy tirects. K. A. 'VVhlfuk-w, air
j Ticket and PumtLgcrAgeiit, ia»d tiilon j;.' P ,, ; .
'• ' - -6. F. Bo YTI
! C titj si Ticket and r«s»enger Agent. «lnneaj>al '
ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS & MANITOBA RAILWAY.
FAHGO SHORT LINK
GJSLI ALL BAIL LIKE 10 WINNIPEG AND THE BBITISH KOBTHWEBT.
' ; '■■•'-: lUi£ TAB IX. ' 0
" "~ ~. 7~ • < I JLeiive 1 Leave Mm Arrival i7rrlTalMl»
I - I SL Pan*. I neapolU. St. Paul. 1 ueapoli*.
Brown's Valley, Breckeurid^rtt, Wunpetun. K-rueovlllo
and Fargo ..*... ....*...:.'. ..;;,.- .. *7aoam E*6am •7:Copmj 6.<25pi8
Terras Fails, Moorhead. t argo, Olookston, St. Vincent
tnd WionipeK ::::-. :-.'. ..:. r::. : -. - ! *fi:oOam B:Coam : *«aOpaij l-Aipra
bt Cioud Accommodation, via llontlcello and C10ur
water............ ..^ .................. .....'.. j *2:3opm :«pm '12:00 m Jl^Opra
8t Cl'.ndAccomiDodaUau, via Aooka uud Elk Kivuf .... *3;iUpm 4:l9pm '10:13 am JO.-OUam
reckeurldge, Wahpeton, Cm*eiton, Uope, ForiU&d,;
Majvilie, Crooksiuii, v Votlu, Uvfii'6 LmJi* aud St.
ViiiCOD 5t.;:...;:.:::.....;.;........:.....:...:.. I -(":30 pm B*spm f72oam 7foan>
Fergus Falls. Moot head, T&fKO, Grand forks, Devil's
Lake, Lartiaorc, Noche and Winnipeg........ ........ I fflaopm 8:lBpm f7KX)am C:25aK
L^.ily. - • Ixctpt Sunday*. ; - ■•-■■. -.- "■
:iop. m. train on Saturday runs only to Morris. - 7:20 a. m. train on Monday runs only from Morris.
BT..PAUL Sc MJ*rJSTBA.POI IB SHORT UINJSi.
Leave St Pan]— l« :10 am, *7:10 ft m, 7:2iau). *7:20 >m, tT^nm, -t*B:o9 am, 8:33 am, »:*> *m, 1030 am.
liar ■ .... Miawpin, 1 :iti pUipiOptc, •*■&> pm vMiytz, Si» p m. 3 40 pin, 4:30 p m, 4ilS p m, 4 M p in.
1t.:4/p m «... ■ pm, laipa, 7j3opm, b.-uu p n», 8:30 pm. 11:45 pm.
L«avs 3lins«apolis— a in, 701 am, 7,10 am, 7:^o am. 7-30 am, 3-30 am, 630 am, 10:05 •m,
10-.AI 111. 1130 am, ii:.s. tUsttJoi. 12:13 m, ,12&>pm, I:lspm, I:3opm, i-30 pm, Z-Zt pm, 430pui
Si'Ji p m, tS:*i v -a. •>::.< p m, 7.:4>J pm. 7:55 piu, ri;;6 y a, tll:<« pm.
Elegant sI««p«TS '»• ail through train*. - -
BT. PAUL— W. A. Turner, City Ticket Agent, cor. Third aad Sibley street?; Bnnra * Kenobol, Afzsat*
w ßlOnd6 pot* ~' v ' v . .' * " '' ''-. '- ■'• '■ ; ' -'■•"- ' >■ r : . . ■ ' ;
" M INHEAi'OLIS— E. SailU. General Ae«nt, and H. L. Martin, Ticket Agon. cor. Washington saJ
>( iirth Ate. North. W. H.\W«tr«r. A«ent, Hlcollet boose. . _
1 n 1
LAKE MINNETONKA via. MANITOBA LINE.
Doable Track! /;>,;> Short Roate! QaickTlme!
t
Leave— '. a. M. a.m. a. x. p. x. v. x. v. x. r.yt. Leave — • *a. ■*. a. x. a. x. p. x. P. x. p.m. p.*
St. Paul.... .... »t) •:*) 1:30 4:30 5:30 8:15 Minn. Beach tf:00 8:00 3:00 l?:0O 5:00 7:15 10:SC
! Minneapolis 1 1 *) »:!<• 10:U0 ; 1:58 '■' 5:00 5:58 6:43 WsyiitU.... 7:10 S:10 9:10 13:10 5:10 .7:25 10:10
• Arrive— . a-x. *.*. a.x. p.m. p.*. *. p.m. Arrl*»-— a. x. a. x. a.x. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.*.
■WsyMt*.... 7:»- »:3O 10:» 2:20 1 5:20 6:Vi 7:Ui Mini eapoUs. 7:30 8:30 ; 9:30 \t:W 5:80 7:45 11:00
. kUnn.Beacll 7:30 ] 4:49 10:»; 2:30 5:30 : «;80 7:15 St. Paul.... 8:00 9:00 10:00 1:00 6:00 .... 11:80
[ v : - 11 :4, d. to. traiu ob Saturday rani onlr to Minneapolis. .' 'Except Sunday. '
7
. BUSINESS HOUSES.
St. padl; : -°! . minn
ST. PADL, -_-_jjiyj!jr
ATTORNEYS AID fOI^SELLORS AT LAW
•ii a A B t Mi rEWEI " Attorney at Law. First Nation
•lßank building, corner of Fourth and Jackson iv.
96-185
s Thomas G. Eaton, Hoom 50, Gilflllan block. St
Paul, Minn. ' "
ARCHITECTS.
E. P. Basbfobd, Room 28, GllflUan block.
H. S. Trehebne, C. E., 19 Gilfillan block.
A. D. Hiksualk, Presley block.
A. K. EADcxnrr, Mannhelmer block
2l'& ; 36 LTZB SteveN3ON ' Davidson block, Rooms
■■- - . nnwr BATERIALB.
Sherwood Hough, corner Third and as haw
Stevbnb & Robebts, 71 East Third street, St.
Paul. j
. BOORS AHa> STATIONERY.
Sherwood Houoh, corner Third and Wabashaw
St. Paul BookAStationert C 0.,127 East Third
CARRIAGES AND SLEItiHS, ~"
IA. NrproLT, East Sixth street, between Jack
son and Sibley streets.
CARPETS ASP WALL PAPER.
. John Matheis, 17 East Third street. ~"~
W.L. Akdersok. 122 East Third street,
DRY COOPS -Wholteatc. ~
AtJERBACH, Finch & VasSltke, Sibley stress '
between Fourth and Fifth.
DRY COOPS— Retail.
Lindeke. Lapp & Co., 13 East Third Street.
GROCERIES— WhoIesaIe, " "
P. H. Kelly & Co.. 142 to 148 East Third street
HARDWARE AID TOOLS. ~
F. G. Draper & Co., 53 East Third street.
JEWELERS AID WATCHMAKERS.
Emil Gbist, 35 East Third street.
~LOORiy€~<iLASBESr~
Stevbns & Kobuktson, 71 East Third street, i"
Paul.
PICTURES AiyD FRAMES. ~~~"
Btbvius & liOßJßursoK, liiiiiai Third street.}:.
Paul.
TRt!VK MAKERS.
Crippkn- & TJpsox, 74 East Third street.
■ "W. H. Garlaxd, 41 East Third street.
WI^ES AJTD LlQUOßS— Wholesale.
B. Kuhl & Co.. Wholesale dealers 111 liquors ia
wines, 194 East Third street, St. Paul.
~~WHOLESALE~SOTIO*S~
• AKTmm,' VTABiuut it Abbott, 188 and i B3 Eiuj
Third street. .
WHOLESALE HARDWARE.
Strong, Hackett & Co., 213 to 219 East Fourth
Rtrcpt. . .
TRAVELERS' GUIDE
Bt. Pant Railway Tjme Tables.
OfcllOAGO. "
SL Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha
' ... • J:. AND
Chicago & Kort&westera
RAILWAYS.
THE ROYAL ROUTE
EAST, SOUTH AND WEST
IUU'ABiIKO THAIS 3. L,, Lt!aVU , 1 ! „ Li'iiiro
Minneapolis' Bt Paul.
Dcs Moines fast Exp.es3. .. -47:15 am' i7:(K) am
Fast Chicago Express '8:15 pm *'.':oiM)ia
Fast Atlantic Ex | 'I:lspm •2:00pln
Bicwx City * Sioux Fftlls...| 17:ir.iim 17:1 <U m
Bhakopee and Merrlani Jet. ; "6:30 a 111 "7:05 am
Omaha and Kaneas City:... *4:Sspm ! *B:Sopm
Chicago Local Express : 17 SO am li-':oJaia
Central "WlßeorurriFiXiiress.. • 17:80*01 1 6:05 am
Bhakopee and Merrtam Jet. , *B:Sopm j *4 :U3 1)
JLnkc Superior Express.... ■ t7:ooam i7:4omn
Still water A&d River Falls.. ' t0:30 am 10:05 am
Stlllwater and River Falls.. | |4:8 Op m 15:03 pin
St. Paul & Pierre Ex I *32:O5nlnht *U:3opm
Dining Cars the finest in the world and luxurluui
Bmoklng lioom Sleepers on all fast train* to Chicago.
.„;,,,,... to.,™ , Arrive Arrive
AKEIVIKG TBAIN * I Bt. Paul. Minneapolis
St. Paul & Pierre Ex »8:00 a m •2:50 m
Chicago Day Ixprcss *1 :00 am •6:45 am
Merrlam Jet. and Shakopee. '12:30 p m *l:00pni
Chicago Night Express *l:00pm "1:45 p 111
Sioux City 4 Sioux Falls. 18:25 p m 17:55 ptn
Omaha and Kansas City... 12:45 pin "12:15 p)ni
{Lake Superior Ex press ... 16:20 pm 17:W)P in
Merrlam Jet. and Shakopea *B:lspm "11:03 pin
Chicago Local Express 15:25 p 111 1(i:(K)p:a
Central Wisconsin Express. 15:25 pin Ifi:oopin
River Falls 19:25 am 1l0:00ftin
River Falls 15:25 pin 16:00p:n
Des Moinbs Fast Express... 18:13 pin i I 7: r >s p m
•Dally, Except, Sundays 8 trains to Stlllwater.
{Lake Superior Express connects at Waahburn
with steamers of Lake Superior Transit Co. for tlia
east. . '"■ ■■ '■■■ „
Tickets, sleeping car accommodations, ana -O.
Information can be secured at
Ko. 13 Nlcollet House block, Minneapolis,
< ' ■ w. m, WKSJCUIUi, Ticket Agent
• ill pi,. H. L. MARTIN, Agent. Minneapolis Depot
Corner Third and Jackson streets. St. Paul.
'-'■;- ' CIIAS.H. PETSCH, City Ticket Agent
KNEDEL & BROWJr, Agents, St. Paul Union Uopae_
ißTnioiciFiFin;
THE NEW
Overland Eoute P
'„ , ' ■ ' THE ONLY LINK T 1
Portland. Or*., and the Pacific lforthwßf.
,T7ie "P{oiiP*r TAne" t>rtirf!*n St. T'tml,
Minneapolis, JUoorhead and Far(io,an<ltka
ONLY lAnr. running Mining Cars «'*•
Pullman Sleepers between thane points.
— ! ! i ~ Leave
Departing Trains. Leave Miuueap
fit. Paul. oils.
Pacific express NMpm *4:49pua
Fargo day express 17:55 a m «:55an»
Fargo and Mandan night ex I *:"0 pni __!g^«g_Pjn
Dining car?,Pu!lman sleeperH, ilc«fantrtftyoo»chaii,
»econd class cciches, and emigrant sleeping oar*
between St. Paul. Minneapolis, Faruo, DR«.;>inl
Portland, Ore., without change. Morton reclining
chair cars on Farj?o day expresi. without cstro char»ta
for ladles, or gentlemen accompanied by ladlu<i holi
liir flrst-clnss tickets. , __^_^___
__ Arrive
Arriving Trains, Minneap- Arrlv»
.;, ; .° oils. St. PanL
I Atlantlo express *ll:50am *12:80pm
Fargo day express 16^0pm tt>:»P"»
Fargo and Mandan night ex _»7 :10am "7:80 a itt
•Dally, jlcicispt Sunday.
City ofßce. Bt. Paul, 323 (old X0.43i Jacknon surest
: City office. Minneapolis, No. 10 Nlcollet bou««.
CHAB. 8. FEE,
General Passenger Agent.

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