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FINANCIAL
HORKIKO' REPOnT. \
New York, Aug. 20.— 11 a. m. — Stocks
buoyant and active. Union Pacific - advanced 254
per cent, on large transactions. The improve
meut in the remainder of the list is less marked.
» AFTERHOON REPORT.
Money at I©l percent. Prime mercan
tile paper tw'OJi percent. Bar silver, $1.10 1 8 .
Sterling exchange steady at $4.82 ©4.62 «,4 long,
|4.84)t@4.84tf short.
Stocks— Strong until after 2 o'clock, with*
Western Union Telegraph as the feature. Later
on Missouri Pacific was gold down to 92%, and
the remainder of the list declined %@S percent.
in sympathy. At the close the market was
steady.
Morning Board Quotations.
GOVERNMENTS.
Threes 100 % Fours coupons... 120
4Hsdo 112% Pacific Gs of '95..
STOCKS.
' Adams Express.. 131 N. J. Central C3V4
Allegheny Cent.. 12 North'n Pacific... 24 74
Alton & T. H 29 do preferred... 54%
do preferred... 79 Northwestern... 10074
American 93 do preferred. ..137
8.. C. R. & N 05 N. X. Central 109! 8
Canada Southern. 39 N. V..C. &St. L. 'i)i
Central Pacific... 44 do preferred... 11
Chicago & Alt 1 33 Vi Ohio Central 374
do preferred+..l4O Ohio & Miss..... 22
C.,8. <fc Q 125 yi do preferred... 55
C.,St.L. &N. 0.. S3 Ontario West. . 13&
C, S. & Cleve... 4174 O.R. & N 83
Cleveland & Col . . 43 Oregon Trans 18^
Delaware A U ... 100% Pacific Mail 52 hi
Del. & Lack 115>4 Panama 98
Denver K. G... 14 D eoria, D. & E... 17%
Erie 18% Pittwburg 138
do preferred... 35 Reading 30' i
Fort Wayne 131 Rock 151and..... 117%
Han. St. Joe... 38<4 M. L. &S. F 24
do preferred.. 88 & do preferred... 42
Harlem .185 ' do Ist prefd. . . 88Vi
Houston & Tex.. 80 Mil. & St. Paul... 80%
Illinois Central... l2S do preferred...
hid., B& West.. 17-4 St. Paul & Man.. 98
Kansas* Texas.. 22% St. Paul & O'ha.. 37%
Lake Erie & W.. IC»4 do preferred... 100
Lake Shore 87/* Texas Pacific... 15?4
L'ville& Nash... 30% Union Pacific 541J
L., N. A. & C 20 United States. . 53
JI.&. C. Ist pfd. 10 Wab., St. L. &P. 6%
do2d pref'd..: 5 do preferred. 17
Memphis &C 28 Wells* Farg0. ..103
Mich. Central 71 West. Union T... 69
Minn's* St. L... 15% Quicksilver 5 l
do preferred... 33 V % do preferred... 30
Mo. Pacific 94% Pullman Pal. Car. 112 1 / 2
Mobile* Ohio lOtf C, St. L. & Pitts. 9Ji
Morris & Bex.. 128 do preferred... 21
N., C. &St. L.... 11
♦Asked, tiiid. JOilertfJ. Ex. iat. §Ex
div.
EVEMKO -REPOIIT.
Money at l©l'/4 per cent., closed 2@
254. Prime mercantile paper s@o'/i per cent.
Sterling exchange, bankers' bills steady at
84.82 do. ex. demand, 54.84J4.
Governments — Strong.
Bonds ßailroad bonds lower.
State Securities— Quiet.
Stocks— Speculation at the stock exchange is
characterized by buoyancy and activity. During
the early dealings Union Pacific, as usual of
late, was the feature, and advanced on large
business from 50 to 54'/,. The rise was based
on reports from Boston that that company and
the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy had arrived at
better understanding, and that rates had been
restored throughout their entire line of road,
and all differences with the Denver * Rio Grande
and Denver & Rio Grande western companies
adjusted. The improvement in other active
stocks ranged from %to x; 7 i percent. In the
afternoon Missouri Pacific was raided down to
■J-" B by the bears, and this weakened the mar
ket. At the same time it was reported from the
wed that the weather there was unfavorable for
growing corn, which led to some Belling for long
account, ami prices declined l A<iu% per cent,
from the highest point of the day. Near the
close a rally of }»(&% I"' 1 ' cent, took place, the
lutter for Union Pacific. The market closed
steady. Compared with last nights' closing,
prices are ! » '■ j, 2 * P cent, higher for Chicago*
Northwestern, Wabaih, St. Louis' & Pacific,
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, Chicago, Rock
Island * Pacific, New Jersey Central, Philadel
phia .v Heading, Chicago, st. Paul, Minneapolis
& Omaha.'t'i/hrfi Pacific and Western Union Tel
egraph, and '„(li,l'a percent, lower for Central
Pacific, Canada Southern, Chicago, Burlington &
Quincy, Delaware, Lackawanna * Western,
Lake Shore, Missouri Pacific, New York
Central, New York, Lake Erie * Western,
Northern Pacific, Oregon Transcontinental and
Pacific Mall, ...":•.
The transactions aggregated -JIO.OOO shares:
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western 14,000;
New York, Lake Erie & Western 20,000;
Missouri, Kansas & Texas 12,000; Lake Shore
11,000; Minonl Pacific 24,000; Chicago, Milwau
kee & si. Paul ■-'*, not); Texas Pacific 15,000;
Union Pacific 15,000; Western Union Telegraph
45,000; Oregon Transcontinental 11,000.
MIMMI STOCKS.
in mining shares prices ruled firm. Sales in
cluded Leadvllle Consolidated at 35, Bappahan
nock 18 regular and 19 buyer sixty days, Consoli
dated Virginia 45©43, Consolidated Pacific 58
and Horn Silver (twenty-five shares) 5%.
. BOSTON BMI.BOAII AM) MINIS'*.
Following are the closing prices at the Stock
Exchange day:
Old Colony 140 Eastern It. R. 0»..100>i
Rutland 18% Ai>-h.A . R.R. 174
Pewabtc % Best * Albany.. 170
Quincy 30 Host.* Maine.. .loo
Hint * V M prd..lOO ('., ». & ii 124
Ok cola 19 Flint .v P. M 21
Mater Power.... 3 L. R. & Ft. S. ... M
Boston Land a N. Y. X N. £..., 15
Atch.&Top.lst7s 180
HAS' PUANCIHOO MIXIVO.
Alta -l-"i Hale* Norcross.27s
Belcher 80 Mexican 187K
Test* Belcher.. 2l9 Vi Navajo 41SH
Lodis Consol 18714 Ophir 100
California 15 Potoal 100
(hollar 175 :-:i\aL;e 05
Consul. Pacific... 55 Sierra Nevada.. ..187
ConsoL Virginia.'. 40 Union Coasol ... n-." t
Crown Point 189 Utah BO
Ciuuld * Curry. . . 1 : ; , ', Yellow Jacket.. .l7s
LONDON KOI 1 1 ANl> STOCKS.
V. S. 4*ie 1234 Illinois Central... lßl
Erie ii"» Reading 15
do seconds <"•'.' Canadian Pacific 47} i
R.Y. Central. ii;t' 8 Mil. A St. Paul... 91%
Afternoon Hoard Quotation*.
Stocks ail lvii U closei at tUj tollowiaj
prices bid:
aovwunram,
Three per cents. .101 >, Four* coupons. ..l2o
« ;,s coupons Ittli Pacific 6* of '«:■..
rtatk BAXM.
I.r. consols i;-, Ti nn. new.... 39H
Slittfourl 0« 10«}j Virginia 81 37
m. Joe HIS Con«ol#* ....... . 35
'i<i.n 1 1. 01d..., 59% Deferred 5
lt\ll.U'lAl> BOSH*.
C. P. Bonds. 1it. 1114 U. P. laiui .107*4
Kile seconds . . BS * Sinking; fund. ...110
l.vhiuh* Wt.... 98 Tex. P. grant U.. 41
bt.P.A 8, C. 15t. 117 do Uu O. div.. 54
I. P. Bonda,lst.
STOCK*,
Ausmy Express. .l3l Motile * 0hi0. ..'40
AlloKbcny Cent.. 18 Morris* Essex?. 123
Alton &T. 11. ... 88 t N., 0, aSt L.... «
do preferred... 78 N.J. Centra!.... >:
American 94 Norfolk A W.pt. 30
B , C I!- * N.... M Northern Pacific.. S3ȣ
C'.iiadihu Pacific. 4« do preferred... 53'»
mnada South'n.. SSS Northwestera".T.lo3Ji
Central Pacific... *3\ do preferred... 137
VliceajH'ake &O. "S Ohio Central 3
tprerd... 16 N. Y. Central 107 "■,
doSil -ref'd... 9H Ohio A MUs •.'.•.
ChicupoA A1t. ..13'} do prvferred... 55
do preferred... l4o Ontario* West.. io»»
0.,8. *Q v : ' a OMfonNaw 86
« ,m.1.. a- N O. -;; Oregon Trans 17*,
f..St.L.& Pitts.. '."■« Ot«foa Imp S6J^
do preferred.. 80 Pacific Mail 51 1 ,
C, S. AClevo... 4l\ PIMII 0J
Cleveland A Col. . -4-.' P«>oria. D. * E... 17
Delaware AH »v : » Pittslwrg 133
Del. A Lack 114 F^Uinan Pal. Car. 11
Denver &K. G... 13% Kcadlne j>?t^
trie 11?» Rock I«l»ntl 117
do preferred... 37 M. L. A S. F 23
E«*tT.. V. A Ql. til* do Dreferred... 40',
do preferred... 9J* do Ist pref'a... 66
Fort Wayne 198 Mil. A St. Paul. . . BB)(
Han. A St. Joe... 3*4 do preferred... 113
do preferred... MM St. Paul & Man... CT\
lUrlera l-<> M.Paul A Cms.. 334
Hm»tonA Tex.. SO do preferred... 9*<!4
llllnoi* Central... l3B Texas Pacific 14,\
lr.d.. B. A West.. 17 Union Pacific... 53
Kansas A Texaa.. 21*1 United States.... 52
L«keEt»* W.. 15\ W..St L.&P.... 6Ji
l^ike Shore «^ do preferred... 16»4
LcuisrUlci N... 354 Wells* Far£0...103
1... N.A.AC -•: WctternU. T — 88 (
>J. &C. Ist pM.. 10 llomestake. ... 9
do - .M prerd... 3 lion Silver ....
Jirrarbi** C... M Ontario 19
>!icb. (.'cntnil. .. :: k.-flrcr . .... 6
Jlinr's A St. L... 104 do preferred... 29!»
do preferred... s:u, South. Pacific
Hi««curl P»cidc. SmJ?» tutro 21
•Asked Xo«l!ev :OiI.TeX "Jta. nil.
coup. $Kx. dir. |Ex.iai.
A»< to l>. < ■'» .1./' ' t.nrli in the Fight.
[Baffalo Express.]
St. John .mil Daniel think they are Baking:
pn'at headway. Bat their private characters •
luvc uot been exposed jet.
J. W. BRIDGES & CO..
GBAIS, ' STOCK AND PROVISION BROKER,,
Direct Telegraph . Facilities. : .1
Buy, sell and carry for customers Provisions and j
Stocks in large and small lots, on margins to suit
all Trades placed in Chicago or New York.
.i;"V-,:- Room 12 Gilfflllun Block. : ' .' '
\ The following list, showing, the quotations 'en
stocks in New York yesterday, are furnished Ly
J. W. Bridges, ajid are carefully compiled from
dispatches received yesterday.
• ""3 Js Is I ■ V lo o ■ _: « 2
$i 2° I 8 J ISI -J
e»~J-a I ,-j J o g o n o
N. T. Cent. !TIOOX \\O9H 1077* 1077«"l09 107&
St. Pau1....; 88's S9'/j- 87 | BS^ BT5f SO*a
Lake Shore. 87 87}*] 85?£ **> 3 -i ■ 86» 85%'
West. Un... 86^ 6U;;I 67 % 88h| 67 ' A 6Tf>i
N. W. com. 'los? 8 100?8 1 Or. 1 lC5 J /i 10576*104 4
Union Pac. 51J£ 53? 8 : 51Ji| 52 Ji 50's 49;' a
Missouri Pac' 94»i 95 92.1.4 £3 94 \9B
N. P. pf'd.. 54 55 52^ 53% 54^ 64»
N. P. com.. 24?4 24 23 23 *£ 84% 23«
Tex. Pac... 14 7 15Ji 147 al5 15& !4 7 S
L. & N 36^ 30^' 35" a Zh% 354 85
Oregon T... I$V IS!* 17' 8 17? 8 '11% 17»i
D., L. &W. 1143£ 115J4J114H 114 114 113^
Pac. Mail... 5174, • .2!s 51 \ 51 51 01J4
Erie 19H 19!* 17? i 177* lS i ■ 18)1
Omaha pf'd. 98^100 9774! 99^8 97% •97 ;*
Omaha com. 30^i 37% 36 .37 3(5^ 36^
Reading .... 29 29 Vt 28 y 2 28 V% 28} 4 ....
M.&St.L.pf 33 33 '33 33 ... ....
M.&St.L. co 16J4 16Ji 1 10! i 16M 1574
Denver.... 13% 13?- 8 : 13! 4 | 13J-i i 135 13! a
C, B. & Q.. 125'/i 12514 -124^112474 !125^|126
Manitoba... 98 90 !98 199 0735CJ . '
11!. Cc-nfl.. 128'/ 2 !28!4 128 128 ....128
c.,r.i. &P. 1 1 7 «4 j my.'m l /t n~ l A 117 HO'/.
Can. South. 39 39 i 38^ 38'/, 387 a 3s',;
Del. & Hud. 100% 100% :(;:.". liHMj ..?V;
P.P. Car.. .1113 113J113 113 112. 11l
Jersey C CIJ-i 63? B 'l Cl^ 62 01 ;..-..
Mich. C....1 71 71 171 71 170 70 .
" .COMMERCIAL .;
On 'Change.
St. Paul, Aug. 21. — There was a very quiet
market yesterday on 'change. Nothing was
doing in wheat aud prices were merely nominal.
Corn was inactive ; oats were in fair demand
with a weaker market; 2 cars No. 3 white sold
at 25c; 5,000 bushels No. 2 mixed for October
delivery sold at 25c ; 2 cars sold from sample on
p. t. ; 2 samples of No. 2 mixed were offered at
25c, but were not sold; a sample of old No. 2
mixed did riot obtain a bid. Barley was heavy;
a sample of No. 3 old received no attention. Rye
declined 2c. Ground feed remains firm and steady
1 car sold at $19.00. Hay was firm ; 1 car of upland
sold at $8.00 and 1 car of fair timothy at $10.00.
Bran was steady; 1 car sold at $9.50 sacked. Eggs
were held Vie dearer. Butter and cheese were
quiet; 200 cheese sold p. t. Following is the
call: '''^■ : ':^
Wheat— 1 hard, old 83c bid; Q">c
asked ; new 82c bid; September. "•. ,82c
bid; year, 80c' bid, 85c asked;
No. 2 northern 70c bid; September TOe bid;
year, Csc bid.
Corn — No. 2, 49c bid, 52c asked; September
49c bid; year, 40c bid, 45c asked; No. 3, 46c
bid, 49c asked.
Oats — 2 mixed, 24c bid, 25e asked ; Sep
tember, 21c bid, 25c asked; October 24c bid,
25c asked; year 23 '/£c bid, 25c asked;
No. 3 mixed 22c bid; No. 2 whiteSUc bid; No. 3
white, 24c bid.
Barley — No. 2 53c bid; Sept. 53c bid, year,
53c* bid; No. 3 extra, 45c bid; Sept. 45c bid;
Oct. 45c bid, year. 45c bid No. 3 40c bid.
Rye— No. It, 48c bid.
Ground Fbed— slß.oo bid, = 19.00 asked.
Cobn Meal— slß.Co bid, $19.00 asked. j
Beau— Sacked, (9.50 asked.
Baled Hat— s7.so bid; §8.00 asked. :■.. j
Timothy Hay.— §lo.oo bid, $10.50 asked.
Potatoes — 25c bid; sue asked, V jjf;-':
Eggs — 14c asked.
Buttbr — Packing, 5c bid, 6.{c asked; dairy
fair, l~'/»c asked choice, 15c asked; creamery,
1,-c asked.
The following comparative table rives the
principal quotations at tho * call August 20,
1683, and to-day:
1883. 1884.
Bid. Askodl Bid. Asked'
Wheat No. 1 hard 1 18 1 15 8.8 <J5
" " Sept.. 107 82
" Oct 82
"No. 1 regular .... .... .... „..
"No. 2 hard.. 103 110 .... "..:.
"No. 2 regular 102 105 70 ....
Corn, No. 2 47 50 49 52
» No. 3 43 41 40 49
Oat*, No. 2 mixed 27 30 21 25
" No. 3 mixed '23 .... 22 ...*.7
" 2 white 20 .;.-.
" 3 white ••••• •••• ■••• 84 ....
Barley, No. 2 s') 55 ....
" 3extra 47 .... 45 ....
" 3 38 4U
Rye, No. 2 50 .... 48
Ground Feed 18 00 19 00 18 00 19 00
Corn meal 18 00 .... 18 00 19 OQ
ISrmi Sacked .... 9 50
Buledhay 850 900 750 800
Timothy hay 10 50 10 00 10 50
Potatoes new 85 .... 25 . . . .
Eggs 18 17 14
A in m:: the Commission Men.
The produce market is just now dull except in
fruit* and vegetables. There is little doing in
butter and that little almost wholly confined to
the better grades of creamery. Bacon -and
hums are very firm and hi, -her: cheese is stiller:
Hour quiet; bides, tallow and wool arc dull and
prices still low; mess pork is very firm and
higher. There is a l'ooil supply of fine
quality of white clover honey. Flax
seed products are lower. Live poultry in
good demand; prairie chickeji in fair supply.
Blaeberries and wortleberrles in good supply
with very light demand; watermelon! in good
■apply, of jjOod quality and prices steady; musk
melons am generally in poor shipping condition.
Bartlett pears are becoming scarce and are' higher;
other varieties more plentiful; domestic peaches
are poor; California! are firm; California and
Oregon fruits are in good supply, of good quality
and easier.
{^/"Following prices are for round lots only :
Butter — large] crease 4c; , pack
stock off Jljivor, sc; dairy, common to fair, 11l
(tol'-'e: choice dairy, 13®!5c; creamery lV^lSe;
well known brands 19<2W0c; extra choice m s©lo
lb. boxen. S3<Sj23c.
— Coaune), f1.63@1.55; medium, $2.25
J2011 ; navy $3.75;
Bacon an!) Hams Long dears bacon. l~c;
dry salt ilvii i ,c; long roll, !■.'.■ •..!■: short
roll, I;--.. 1-Jr; breakfast, 1 ,-., We; shoulders, I
fcCi-Sc; hams. HKg&lJl-iC.
M as Pork— 19.59
Cheese — Skim 6 m toll cream !f>--iic.
I>kk«(«bd Mkath — Beef, city dressed,'" 7©
S ; f c:e>;traprime beef, 9 a 4.c; mutton 1 , city dressed I
BKls9c; veal, 10c ; pork, 7c. tf
Flour Patents 5G@6.25: straight Jf.7s® :
5.88 Bakers' XXXX. |4.96®5.00; low grades
$2.75@3.00; Rye flour «3.50<&4.00 per barrel;
graham J 4.2C- ;•£-«. 30 per barrel; buckwheat Hour,
$0.75(3.7.00.
Hides — Greou. salted, '(?>.' '.c: green, 6®7c;
dry flint, 121ic; calf, dry, IS He; green lie; deer,
dry, stO@'Jsc; antelope, :(,.'.")C ; elk. 20@'J3c;
buffalo. b^lOc, damaged }j oil; sheep pelts,
shearings -■""', lamb 40c.
Tallow — >o. 1, ">-, c; No. 2, 4c.
Wool Unwashed, n@i.".c; washed 3o&3.
Im — New clover, lS@2oc: buckwheat U
©I 7c.
Hops — Wcshlnc*on Territory, 33® 10c; New
York 3G©4oc. Wisconsin. 34^Bße.
Malt — Soe<ftßsc per bethel.
LnraXßD Oil. Raw, sjc; boiled 59c Lin
iced meal S-i i.--'-.' ;
Nits — Hickory, larpe. $1.00; i>mr.H, $1.25,
walnnts, 15c; alinocds, IS@SOc; Barcelona ha-'
rel (filbert*) 14c ; paeans. 10®llc; Brazil, 14c;
peanuts, b^ilSc; (oca nut a, $J. 00^7.00 per
100.
Potn/rBT ash Game Spring chicken, So\i
40c per pair: old birds, 50^Gjc per pair; receipts
liberal, demand fair: prahie Chickens, £"-' 0 t'J^
3.00 per dozen. *
Rckvh i Medic Irs!) ginseng green. 80c: dry.
S1.80Q1.70: seneca »n&ka root. Ss(t3Sc per 10.
Fruits — Lemons, $i.00G55.50 ; ca-ert, (6.00;
blaeberries $4. 00 ■■.'.."«! o. g per bushel ;.wortle
bcrries,SJ.oo©3.sU perLuKhel; Figs, 15c,16c,'18c
per lb. ; dates, black in frails Sc^fic,
f ard in boxes, lie per lb. : Persian in 50 lb. boxes
9ClOc: banana*. $J. 50©54.00 per bunco.
Peaches California $3.75©3 per box: Domestic
S'J.SO per : i bu bask; Plnuis — cross prunes
52.50<352.75 ; California Dsanes $8.?&, On.
ft W>#ft "Wi SO lb. boxes ; California pears.-
-di:s per 4o it), boxes: green apples s3.oo^3.oo
per barrel ; tnntkmclons, 31.35©1.50 per crate;
watermelon*, 5J5020 per 100 ; fttockberries $3.00
©2.50, 16 ft cases. Concord srape*, hi 100 lb.
stands 10@l-Jc per lb.: California : grapes, $4.00
©5.00 per case.
Fro- Mink. 50c©l. CO; coon, 60©.S0c; Irns.
2.50e*-W); ma*k rat. winter 10c, *pr.ng 13c
kitts3'^4c: red fox. 1.5531.30; kltts, 30&40 c;
silver fox, SO.OO-^t-10.00. cross iJ.5Qa3.00; otter
6.00^10.00; fisher, 6.00C9.00; sknuk, 30.573 c;
badger. 60&75 c; wild cat, 50S&K: ; iioc»e rat, 10
©Ssc . oartcn, 1.a3;3.3.00; wolverine. 4.Q(>33.03 ;
wolf, 00*33.00; prairie wolf, 75c@1.00; bear,
7 .00013.00; cubs. 4.00<i3.00; beaver, Lake so
perior, 3.00C4.00 per lb.: Hadscn bay. S.WQ
4.00 per lb.. Dakota. 2.0033.W per IV - .
Vegetables —^Tomatoes, Minnesota* 50575 c
per bushel: cabbage. -50c per do:, o.;:: Minn.
string bean? and batter lean*. C#<ot bushel:
new- potatoes, 40(&,oOc o. g. per boshel;.- onion;',
52.00G.2.50 per bbls. o. g. MM poita oes
$1.00 per H bushel
ram Us Retail Market.
BaxAO axi> Floek — bread 5c per ">
rye bread. 5c per la : Vienna bread. lOe per Ioa':
CPtr etraight. %si&2c lb. patent. SHSSHc ib. "
Bcttkb— ftmlioaie lavi crcaacrx.s^jjtSt;
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST, 21 1884;
good table dairy . 18@20c; .cooking ' 9@l2c;
by the' tub 15 per centofl. : ' ;
Honey — Minnesota honey in comb 30c per
pound. . „; : ' . ,
; Cheese— l2V4©lsc©2o: Swiss, 20@25c ".;
' Coffre — Green llio, - 5©6 - lbs for . $1 ; 1 Java
(green) B©4 lbs for $1 ; Rio roast, 4@(i@7 lbs
for $1 ; Java roast,' 35c per lb, 3 lbs tor $1 ; MocUa
same as Java. :■' ■■.",> - '>'; 0." .' I- ': ■';•-:>'. I
' Tba— Gunpowder 50@!)0c; Japan ■». from ■25 to j
70c: Oolong 40 to 90c ; Young ilyson 50, 80, 90c.
Strictly fresh, lT@lSc:bV the casoMlJc.'
— Apples ■.V)@tiOc peck ; jl(»l'J.'-5 per bsh ;
grapes, *Jof.Ss@3Sc pr Tt> ; Messina lemons, «'sc per
doss; peaches 31©1. 50 per basket; blue berries
lOifJlUJjc'per quart: black berries 15@.S0c;. Ore
gon plums, 25c,per v doz; common plums ~sc per
basket; California pears, Be each; musk melons,
10@25c each ; lllnnesotas, 25@30c; watermelons,
15©40 c. :■.'.•'■ ."
;, FisH^nlmon, 18©20 c per lb; white fish,
trout, pike and bass, 10c; pickerel, croppies, 8c
per tt>. -" •-.■■'<-. - 1 " -;• ' ' -'- . ■ ■■• ' s .
Meats ■ Ecnnd steak 12 (aC@15o; sirloin steak
18c; porter house, 20c; roasts, 15@18c; corned,
7@loc; mutton and veal 12©15 c; for chops and
roasts, 'pork 8c@10c; pork sausages, 12^c;
belognasl2^.
Poultry and Game— Turkeys 22@25c per ib ;
chickens 20@'-.'-'c; live fowl tis@Boc. per pair;
spring chickens Soc@7sc per pair; live tur
:keys-^i;2s©.*2.dO(»f 15c per --■' .
S — (iranniated ll©l2lbs for 1.00; Stand
ard A£l3 : lbs' for .1.00 ; extra C l 4 lbs for 00
yellow C 14 % lbs for 1.00.
Vegetables ßeans, dry 10@.12Hc quart;
horse radish 10c per lb ; parsely 5c bunch ;
Saurkraut 15c quart; lettuce 10@18c per dozen;
green onions, 10c dozen bunches; gherkins 20c
per hundred; rhenbarb, 15@"0c doz. bunches;
radishes 10c per dozen bunches; Minnesota peas,
20(&30c per peck stringbeans,So@3oc per peck ;
cucumbers, 5c per dozen; new potatoes," 3sc@4oc
per bushel ; tomatoes, 50©75 c per bush ; cauli
flowers, from 10c to SOc each ; cabbage, 30c@o0c
per doz; green corn s@B.c perdoz; beats, 50c per
bushel; turnips, ; 50c per bushel; carrots, 50c
per bushel; squash, hubbard 10($20, Boston
marrow 15@25c, summer sc; egg plant, 20@25c;
pumpkins, 10c each; onions, 35c per peck;
celery three heads for 25c.
Dried Fruits — Raisins, 10@23c lb. currents,
12 lbs. for $1.00; prunes, 12 lbs. forSl.OO; dried
apples, New York sliced, 12 Me per lb. evaporated
15@26c per lb. dried peaches, 25@'25c. •
Home made Cider Vinegar, 50c gallon. - \
Milk — 5c quart; cream 60 quart. ':'. - '»
; r Receipts and shipments of grain, live stock
for twenty-four hours ending Aug. 20, 1884.
Articles. Rec'd Sh'd Articles. Rec'dSh'd.
Agricultural 1m- , Machinery ...... " : 1
- pleincnts...... 1 2 Kai15'.....:..... .. 1
8ran.......'..'.. 1 .. 0at5.....:...:.. 4 ..
Beer .T. ..;..;".- .. 1 Oil. 3 2
Brick 11 5 Pork . 11
Beef 3.. Pig iron 4 2
Barrel Stock.. .. .. 1 Paper 1
C0a1 ............ 22 1 Railroad iron
Cement 3 3 and rui15.. .. .. 4 3
Construction Ma- Railroad ties. ... 'IB 1
' terial 1 C Stone 10 1
Flour 8 Sugar 1 ..
Hay... 1 .. Scrap iron: 1 ..
H0g5....... ..1 Sundries 15 7
Lumber ;...vvV: 50 29 Wheat 6..
Lime.:.....!. 1 .. 10 .. Wool 3
Merchandise . ... CO 100 Wood. 33 ; . .
Total cars received .'O2 j Total cars shipped 180
S. H. WOOD & CO.,
Grain anfl Stoci Brokers.
22 Chamber of Commerce, Chicago.
4 i-.'Viy " St.yPaul.
244 ITcnnepin avenue, Minneapolis.
. Buy and sell Grain, Provisions and Stocks for
cash or on margins. Only brokers in Minneapo
lis having their own membership on the Chicago
Board of Trade. . - .' ■'•..%/-' ■
M. Duran's Kepnrt:<.
St. Paul, Aug. 20.
The following quotations, giving the range ot
the markets during the day, were received by M. '
Uurun, Commission Merchant:
WHEAT.
MILWAUKEE. CHICAGO.
Sept Oct. Sept. Oct.
0:50 a.m. *79 80« 70 81 *«
9:40 " 79 SOJ£ 79' i 81 W
9:50 " 79 EO3K -79% 81 Va
10:00 " 79* 81% 79'/. &IV4
10:10 " 79 )i 81 79 % MX
10:20 « 798 ' 81» 79?^ 81 %
10:30 " 70 »i 81 79", 61 4
10;40 li 79« 81 % 78 ' i6l %
10:50 " 70% 81' a fBH 81%
11:00 " ' 78 81 JB'% 81 ii
11:10 ':•' 78 >i 81 H. r.-'/i BIX
11:20 » 78X 81« 70% BIM
11:30 « 78% 81 « 79/5 81 %
11:40 " 78 % 81 h 79% >81 %
11:50 a ' ■ 7S- 1 8 81^ 7ii« 61 %
:i2voo. X. . .:-76J4 . 81 79 X.- 81 V4
'13 :10 P.M. ■■, • 78* '81 7.8 X' f &!4
12:20 " <: , 78« 81 % 76% - BUi
12:30 '• 79»a 81 % 70« . $1%
12:40 " 79« 81« 79'/, 81 %
12:50 " 7.;, , 81 % 7'J'i 81 H
1:00 " 70S 80 5 i 70« M |: ;
2:00 " 7S=i 804 79 BOX
2:15 " 78?. i SO!/, 79 t:0?i
2:30 " 78 80;' 8 79 Sail
2:45 " ....
COUN'.OVT^ V^Ti) P.lIJiC— G!l[C\r}3.
I Corn. . Outs. Pork.
Time. ————.——
SepjOct Sep Oct Scp I Oct
<):.T)a. m. 52 50! , 85 ,•-'."
9:40 '* p2Vi 51 -■' 1 i '-'•■> ~»
9:50 " ■ p8 '„ 51« 25« 88
10:00 " J- r 'l '- 25irJ.26}i
10:10 « 52Js 'SIX .5 i •:■:■■,
10:23' '• ( 514 -•"''! 23J6 : !
10:30 " 52, i ; 51?4!25X:28}i j
10:40 " 52?^;Bli4JS5?i 26% j
10-50 " 52» sl9i:Ss»i;2«X I
11:33 " 52X;51'/4J25«j£6« |
11:10 « 53 -. 51 M ■:, ;86
11:20 " 58 51 , -.'-.'i 88X '
1 1 -.::■> " s«a£ r >! : 'a ■-'■"■ ; " '-'' ; • ;
11:40 " 53 J51.% 253fj2Pi« i
11:50 " 53 l« 51 ; , » =4. -"; „
12:03 jr.. 533£ 52 -•.•.„ -.»'j j
12:10, P.M. 53»£51;8 863t>6?t '■
12:21) - .->.-•■: 25 ? a 2(5 54' ••-.
12:30 " 53X,S3^S5S'i20Jt '
12:40 " 53i. Six 85« -'IP..
18:90 » S3X ; slJij2s?i 28%j I :...
1:00 " .vi .m.i. Si , 26j.il
2:00 " 53 151^25«26»4! ;
2:15 " .vii, m. ? , a.v.jr,;, 1
2:30 " s^« 51 i»H 2GJij ...
2:45 " 1... .!.... 1 [.... !
OUIOAOO OLOSIS •■
November wheat.. 82^{ I August corn... 52
December wheat. 83 ! i | November corn 47*
Ausrftst oats 25 I Year corn .43
Yearoats. 25% | May corn 43S
Jiay oats.. 89 X I ' ' - 1, :
Liverpool, Aug. 20, 12 m. — Wheat dull: corn
firmly held. Cargoes oS cost wheat very
little enquiry; corn slow. Cargoes on passage —
wheat quiet; corn firmer.
"■ Maf.k Lane — Wheat slow; corn steady. 1 Conn
try markets unchanged.
PAiua — Wheat and flour easier
. ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKET 3.
Milwaukee Produce.
** Milwaukee. Aug. 20.— Flour qnlet and un- j
changjil.. Wheat weak ; No. 2 '.8c: August
7Sc;*Scptember 78?ic; October 80?»c. Corn
' inactive-; rejected 51c bid Oat?, No. 2 old white
Me delivered; new 29JJC delivered. Rye In fair 1
detnand; No. 1 o>l l ,c. Barley firmer: No. 2 55c:
September 62c '.id. 62 asked; extra No. 3 |
Septembcrso®so}-:c. Provisions higher; mess '
pork $57. cash and* August; j
$IT.BQ ."■ September; .' lard, prime steam i
j $7.0y cash and August; $7.70 September. (
j Sweet pickled hams firm at ISSI2&C. ■ Live i
1 ■ hogs higher at $5.60<£6.G0. . Butter steady;
1 and in good demand ; choice creamery 20®2?c;
I fair to good 17®19c; best dairy 15@16c. Cheese
I steady and firm; new cream 9V£@loc. Egga
quiet at 13@13!j. Lake - freights dull and
nominal: wheat to Buffalo lj£©-c. > Receipts, i
10,2C0 barrel* of l!o;ir; 20,937 bushels of whea:;
.... bushels of barley. Shipments, 17,523
barrel* of .flour; . ... bushels of wheat; ....
bushels of barley.'
Chicago Produce.
Chicago. An?. 20. — Flour,' was dull ;
good to choice winter wheat floor,
J4.75©5.'i5 for 0'.d.§4.25&5. 00 foruew;Michi?sn
winter wheat Conr $4. 25© 1.75: Michigan
Iprin^. wheat flout 53.75df.53; Minnesota
laker*" - I J.TS 1.15; paten:* $ >.C 3 Q,h .75 ; low ]
I gravies iUXI#S.S: rye floor $3. 15&3.40 in
I barrels, $3.00^3.10 in racks: Southern Illinois ;
! and Missouri winter wheat, floor '
55.C5<55.73; Michigan winter wheat $4.50-3,3.50; j
I common ta - choice Minnesota $3.3.)©4.'>>.
I Wheat, demand fair, market generally stronger, , j
closed lower. pr:^e« advanced HC?ic and : then :
declined £><&1 and, closed !%c under yesterday, j
sale* ranged: August 77?»$t73 i£c,'\. closed at!
r"?£cj September 7sJJi©79Jic, closed at 79JJc; .
Oc'^'ber SO»i@*lfi, closed at £0»£c; November !
;i- V 'Z-i3H. closed at S2?ic; Decetaker !--3;i@
S4sis. closed at 83Sc: No. 3 Chicago spring
"S£i?K3»£, clo?«d at J 581 C; ; >">. I Chicago ;
; spring 64ia66c;No. .2 red 82;4c; No. 3 red
j 73c. Com, in v > good demand: stronger price*, 1
advance* atecded by great excitement; cartel
opened HCt higher: advaccad in all" I^rJl'jc
for near l urares ; eased oS and closed at HQ. i
lHchigherthaa yesterdiy; -ash 53i,§,";
c2o*ed at 54c; - . ■•-•inbcr 52 H ©33 c, closed at
53c: Octob«r'soH@s-?<c, closed at si-;c: ■ Not-.
ember 46«4C4t. I *c c!o«ed at -l6Sc: jcar 4SVj^. j
j 43*»c, cissedat 13^ic; Jaanary.iSc, iiaj ii^ i

44 I closed at 44J4c. Oats firm 1 and higher;
cash" 25' / 4@2sKc; ; : August 25®25J»c, closed at
25,'gc; ! September aSfTjjOSJsc;; closed at 2554
25Jjc; October 25^@''6i^c; '. year >25@2i3i£c; ,
'■' closed at 25 y t ; May 29 % <&30e ; , £ closed .atV 29 % '.
Rye firm, 5tS!-ic.. Barley dull, 64 Yt .'". Flax ' seed
•quiet but steady at $1.30)4. Pork .was quite
strong ; ■, cash ; $18.50®19 .50 • . for .-" small . lot? ; :
August s27.oo ;September 821 . 50©22.00 ;0ct0ber
S2o.oo@''O.Ss; ■-■:.:. ," year , .'." $13.35® 18.47 )4,
' closed at $18.45. "! Lard,' in fair' demand and ■
steady, cash $7.65©7.75; September -$7.67 H@
.7.70; .:■■ October $7.7dV5@7.75, closed at S".bO \
©§7.82^ ; November • ■ 57.52^@7.05," closed
at $7.G0@7.(i2'/, ; December .: $7.0714®". 90;
nary .$7. 70® 7. 72 'A. :, Bulk '■- meats steady,
shoulder $0.75; short ribs $10.30; ; « short » clear
Shi. S3. Butter, quiet and' unchanged; . • Eggs
dull ' ami weak at 12®14c. Whisky | ; steady
and unchanged at $1.10. ; Freights — Corn to
Buffalo Hie. ' : '
Receipts, 18,000 barrels of flour; 254,000 bush
els of i wheat; 460,000 bushels of corn : 1 208,000
-bushels of :';;! oats ; 53,000 ', bushels of rye;
1,800 bushels of barley. Shipments, 11,000 barreU
of ' flour; 31,000 s bushels ;, of , wheat; '• 93,
--; 000 ■■ ; bushels ; of ."; corn ; 102,000 bushels . of
oats ; .... bushels of rye; 3,800 bushels o f.
barley. , -. . .;. ')■ , '-.
2:80, p.m. On the afternoon — wheat
in good demand; September ; and J December de
clined }aC. Corn was firm; September and
November advanced %c; October advanced J4C.
Oats steady; ember advanced %c; October
declined }ac." Year pork ! declined sc. Lard
easier; September declined sc; October 'declined
7Kc. •■' ' • •■ '■' ' ■ ' "■ ; ' ■- ■' ■
Chlcacoliive StoeV. .' . .'■
Chicago, Aug. 20. — The -.Drovers', Journal re
ports: • Hogs, receipts 12,000 head; shipments
300 head; market ;s@loc higher; rough
packing . $5.90®6.40; packing . and shipping
5G.40@6.05; light grades '" $5.90®6.60; skips
$4.50@5.40. Cattle receipts • 6,500 head ; ' ship
ments 1,300 head ;choice firm ;lower grades weak ;
export grades • , ; ; $8.40®7.00 ; : . good -■-._;_ to
choice -: . shipping ..... $5.80@0.50; • common
to medium $4.00@4 50; range .cattle steady;
Wyoming $5.00; wintered " Texans $4.00; grass
fed Texans $3.75@4.15. Sheep 'receipts -2,600
head shipments 400 head ; the market was
slow and weak; \ inferior to fair 52.40@3.00
per hundred pounds ; medium ,to good §3.00
©3.50; choice to extra $3.. r i0@4.25 ; lambs,
per head g1.00@3.50; Texans $2.50@3.50.
New York Produce.
New York, Aug. — Flour ■ was steady;
■receipts 20,000 barrels; " exports 5,000
barrels; St. Louis $3. 35@6.00; superfine state
and western 52.C0@3.20; common to good extra
$3.20©3.60; Minneapolis patent process $5.75®
6.15; good to choice $3.65®6.00 white wheat
extra $5.50(^0.00; extra Ohio $3.35@6.00. Wheat,
spot lots, %@llic lower, closing heavy; options
opened H©%c lower, afterwards adavneed !»@
Uc, but towards the • close :. weakened, closing
easy ; No. 2 Chicago ; ungraded red 79@98c;
No. 3 red 86H®86J£c; No. 3 red steamer 70c;
No. 2 red steamer 89!<£@90c; No. 2 red 91^®
92J£c; ungraded white 98c; . No. 2 red August
nominal; September sales 648,000 bushels at
90^©9i;ic. closing at 90^c; October 'sales
1,508,000 bushels at 92®93c, closing at 92^c;
November sales 890,000 bushels at 937i®95c,
closing at 93 ac; December sales 495,000 bushels
at 95J£@9tJ5sC, closing at 05 ?« c; January sales
108,000 bushels at 97J4@9854c, closing at
97^c; February sales 32,000 : bushels at 99®
09?^c, closing at 99c; March sales 80,000 bushels
atsl.oo'/{<ftsl.olH, closing at $1.00!4; April
sales 32,000 bushels at $1.00&@l .02& ; May
Baies32,ooo bushels at §1.02®1.03. Corn, spot
grades. V t ®.lc lower: "receipts 35,000 bushels;
exports, 16,000 bushels : ungraded 59®65c-, No.
363 c: No. 2 05c; No. 2 August 63& c; Septem
ber Cl?i<aC2?^c; October 00^©02!8C; Novem
ber 59V.i®61c, closing ats9Ji. " Oats, spot lots,
a hade lower; receipts 62.000 bushels; exports
500 bushels; mixed western ' 34(&35c;., white
western .' 86@46c; No. 2 Chicago 34!>|C.
Coffee, spot fair; Rio firm; . options. 10@15c
lower and more active ; Rio No. 7 spot' $3.55 ;
sales were reported as follows: 27,750 bags
Rio No. 7 September; $5.30®8.40; October
83.355i3.40;i November at $.S.-i0: December
$8.40@8.45 ; ■ January at $8.50;. February
$5.50@8.£5; March $8.65. v - .. Sugnr . easier;
refined '.was firm at : 4%c;.. centrifugal
96-test .5J»c; molasses sugar /4J4@4Jbc;
white extra sVjc; Bahiu S%c; yeiiow
4!'»<S-'?4c; cut loaf and crushed 7@7Hc;
powdered 6^®7c; granulated 6 9-ltic; «fair to
good refining quoted. Nt 4 13-16 c; Muscovado
5 % c ; concrete 4?»c ; St. Jas;osc; English Island
4^(sisc}4 ; Guadaloupe 4% ; Jamaica 4?.{c; cen
trifugal sJi®oSc: St. Domingo4s-i®s^c; Mo
lasses sugar 4 %c; Porto Rico'^^c; Uurbadoes
sJic; C 47u®5!-ac; extra C sJi®s>jc; white ex
tra b%@s%c; off A 51£ c; mould A 6%
standard A (i'« c; confectioners' A o^c; cubes«
6>jc; Cuba 4?i(iJ4JCc;,. Brazil &c; Aracajie
I 4 9-lOc. Molasses unchanged ; 50 test refining 18®
18!, c; New Orleans 30@50c; Cuba 50-test 15!4c;
Porto Rico 51c: common' sugar house molasses
lie. Rice " quiet but' steady; Ifangoon
4?s©sc; domestic (i@7c. Petroleum steady;
united 79 ' a c; refined , 7? 4 ,c; crude : Be. Tallow
easier at 62£<;£6,'8C. Rosin ' quiet. and unchanged
lat 51.29©1.25 H. Turpentine' steady at 3 - .'c. Eggs
western, quiet at 17?4©18c; Pork was quiet
but firm; new mess quoted, at $19.00. . Long
clear middles nominally unchanged. Lard high
er; western steam spot $8.12 V i; August 38.00;
September 5".94©7. 95; October $7.94©8.01;
November 57.88©7. 92; December 5".80®7.87;
January $7.87. Butter.quiet and weak, west
ern, B@>l2c. Chee«e dull and heavy: western
fiatl®B>4c. Other articles are unchanged.
.Petroleum.
PiTTSP.ur.O, Aug. Y/.JO.— - Petroleum active;
and.firm ; certificates opened at 79y, advanced
to 80 ; declined and closed at 7'J/ic. .
Cincinnati AVhlslfr.
. - ■ . . ■■ r .'
Cincinnati, Aug. 19.— Whisky, was steady
at 1.07. - '/\-~~:
>Tlnneanolis Markets.
The following were the quotations on 'change
yesterday afternoon: . .
Flour— Patents, S r >.7s; straights, 83.23
(^5.60; clears, 3t.502>5.0J; low grades, $1.UO&
3.23. . .. : •
Wheat— 1 hard. 92c asked; No. 2 hard,
88c; No. 1 northern, 75© s O;; No. 2, 7."c.
Conx— No. 2; 51c; rejected, 46©48 c. - ,
Oats — 'I mixed, 27©28 c; rejected, 26@27c.
Buan — 57.00<a7. 50.
Shouts — 810.50@12.75. . . '
Mixed Feed— 00&18.00.
Duluth AVheat.
) Special Telerram to the Globe. I
Dcurru, Aug. 20. — The markets on 'change
to-day were j nominally unchanged and dull.
Closing prices: No. 1 hard 83c; September 83c;
October 80c; No. 2 hard cash: Bo Ho; No. 2 cash
74c. Receipts — wheat— l2,33s bnshels. , Ship
ments—wheat—-15,000 bushels. In store —
— 335,135 bcsnt-ls; oats 8,601 bushel*.
Lirlnber.
FBICKa TO DE/XEBS 02C1.T.
Common Boards .?.... ......."'..'....'. '..'.513 ".0
Sod " - .......;......;.....; 1000
cull " 8 00
Coinm » Stock Boerds 8. 10 and 12 Inch 13 50
»r.d " •? • :•••"- -■. " . 1100
let Fencing (elected... -......• .' - 16 00
2nd ' 1100
Cull " ...........r.....: 800
(-canting 2x4.4x4. 10x12 and 18 ft 12
" - " ' 14 "•* 16 *•........... 1300
M ** - 20 > "........... 18 00
Timbers <z6to Bxlo inclusive name as scant- .
Im.
JoisU2x6 to 2x13 Inclusive.
*• 12, 14 and 16 ft... 1100
14 18"... 12 60
20 " ....... :...........;... 13 00
If f ani 2nd Clear, 1 in, 1.-i, l!i and 2 inon
Rough ....; ...... .v...-"......:....'...; 4100
3rd Clear, 1 in, I*<,lH Inch. Eonirh tC 00
Acelectl in, 154, 1% inch. Kougb... £Co>)
B " 1 " :.:................. s*oo
B " I*4, lV«Bnd2lnch.. .:...... 8000
BStock Boards ........ .....".. ............. 8600
C - " 8000
D „ •* .......:......... 1600 I
A Flooring ; 38 00 '<
B *•...................•.; 8500
0 ".. .„„ 00
Fencing Flooring selected ......... *. 17 00
l«o. lSnlpLapa 15 50
Mo. 2. " ■ 1300
Drop Siding name as Flooring.
l»t end 'Jad Clear Siding _ .... 23b0
Abiding ; • SI 00 ;
B - :...... .„:....;...•... -is 00
C " ...;...........; ..... 1400
D " from selected Fencm*... ;...... ■ 960--
A J-'ranJe l"o'in(/»lfr.
[St. Alban? (vt.) Messenger.]
A MonUpelicr nre-jear-old of oar acquaint
ance was once invited, with the re*t of the
family, to take tea at the bouse of « friend. j
The bead of the '■: family bad taken pains to j
prepare a tempting supper for bis guests,and ■
when all were seated at the table and it came ;
five -year's old tarn to be helped, the host ■
said: \Veil, Johnny,' what will you have?" I
: Johnny looked over the table a minute and '■
i then made this crushing reply: ''When I am j
■ at home and don't pee anything good to eat I
lon the table I'll r bare : crackers and milk
now." J/ '.'.-'-"'-' 'J *-"'"/■'. ■ -
! ,_;x.<. .; ■ A Fete H~e*ka Ago .'.'■■. '
I - *; "'" :';' ; [Boston Thßeg.j
I. as he cazed in her soft, rosy cheeks with a
: look of never-ceasing sdmirationl he was im- .
i pelled to remark : ; 5 , .-, s
/'. "Tour checks are as beautiful as a peach."
: - ••Are they ripe!'' *be asked Innocently. '.* ■
, And bo went oat and bought three "for a
quarter. ~ 1'; : ... •
' Hote to .Vi/tcrt r+nl Snry. ~ i
... . '.- . f Atlantic Constitution.] '.'•. " . 'j.
■ ,\ Chandler ■ should ,be c Senator; to should !
I Kobeson.", It ; trill only take a few such as
; these to make our nary bristle. „ Mr. Chan
i dler is one of th* campaign mac __
i wtoare ksowa W lioie?-;**" r» ""'"'..'- .'■■.'■ '' ,
A Safeguard.
The fatal rapidity with which slight
Colds aud Coughs frequently develop
Into the gravest maladies of the throat
and lungs, is a consideration which should
impel every prudent person to keep at
hand, as n household remedy, a bottle of
AYEII'S CHERRY PECTORAL.
Nothing else gives such immediate relief
and works so sure a cure in all affections
of this class. That eminent physician,
Prof. F. Sweetzer, of the Maine Medical
S;hool, Brunswick, Me., says:—
"Medical science has produced no other ano.
dyne expectorant bo good us Ayer's Cherrt
Pectoral. It U iuvaluable fer diseases of the
throat and lungs."
The same opinion is expressed by the
well-Known Dr. L. J. Addison, of Chicago,
111., who says:—
"I have never found, In thirty-five years ol
continuous study and practice of medicine, any
preparation of so great value a« Ater's Cberry
Pectoral, for treatment of diseases of the
throat and lungs. It not only breaks up colds
and cures severe coughs, but is more effective
than anything else in relieving even the most
serious bronchial and pulmonary affections."
AVER'S
Cherry Pectoral
Is not a new claimant for popular confi
dence, but a medicine which is to-day
saving the lives of the third generation
who nave come into being since it was
first ottered to the public.
There is not a household in which this
invaluable remedy has once been in
troduced where its use has ever been
abandoned, and there is not a person
who has ever given it a proper trial
for any throat or lung disease suscep
tible of cure, who has not been made
weil by it.
AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL has,
in numberless instances, cured obstinate
cases of chronic Bronchitis, Larnygitis,
and even acute Pneumonia, and has
saved many patients iv the earlier stages
of Pulmonary Consumption. It is a
medicine that only requires to be taken in
small doses, is pleasant to the taste, and is
needoil in every house where there aro
children, as there is nothing so good as
AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL for treat
ment of Croup and Whooping Cough.
These are all plain facts, which can be
verified by anybody, and should be re
membered" by everybody.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
: PREPARED BY
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.. Lowell, Mac?.
- Sold by all druggists. _
'l ' — ' '
MINNESOTA NEWS.
In Fox Lake township, Martin county,
last Sunday, Richard Wells, an Englishman,
aged 25 years, was accidentally shot tnd in
stantly killed by Frostbie. The two
were out hunting ducks when the accident
occurred. ..-' ' ■
A burglar entered the Elk River postoflice
a few nights since, but the postmaster had
prepared a spring gun in [ anticipation of
just such visits. The gun was discharged
and the burglar frightened away. It is not
known whether the intruder was wounded
or not.
Last week Richard Cowlthorp of Lake
George township, Steams county, committed
suicide by cutting his throat with a razor. *
No cause assigned. lie was 69 years old
and leaves a family of eight sons and three
daughters. - ->.y "Hj^V:~
Mrs. Jacob Thompson of Hastings and
her little boy, were badly injured by being
upset in a buggy, the horse running away.
At Elk river the other day, the house of
E. A. Higgins was destroyed by fire, and in
it a sleeping boy IS months old was burned
to death.
A barn belonging to Stork Thompson near
Rushford was destroyed by fire a few days
since, and with it were burned four horses,
twenty-two pigs and over 50 tons of hay, and
three stacks of hay, and one of rye outside
the barn were destroyed. Cause of the lire
spontaneous combustion from green hay in
the barn. Loss $3,000. Insurance $1,100.
George Dinkel of Long Prairie committed
suicide the other day by taking poison. He
was a drunkard, and bad fearfully beaten
and buried his wife before he took himself
off.
John Vickers of Long Prairie aged 7 2
years, was found dead the other day near a
haystack in the field. It is supposed he died
from natural causes. John • Vickers, Jr.
dashed the tears from his eyes remarking
Hint lie had "lost more as live hundred dol
lars" in the death of his father, as he could
not hire a good man for less than $125 a
day.

II: iiri'u for Die Toothless.
' [Norriston Herald]
- A scientific journal discusses "the teeth of
the future." It is an interesting subject,but
it doesn't touch' upon the question whether
the toothless man, finds who himself in a local
ity where there is "gnashing of teeth," will be
provided with a fifty dollar new set or will
have to gum it. j
CITY NOTICE.
\ l ,'-i ' : Office or the Citt Tbeasubeb, )
St. Paul, Minn., August 20, 1884. J
% ■ V '■'.: = •
All persons interested in the assessments for
the - '-. ■ - •' • -
Grading of Locust Street, from
Fourth Street to Seven,
Street.
Grading and Guttering of Jos
ette Street, from Dayton Ave
nue to Fuller Street.
Construction of a Sewer on
Western Avenue, from Seventh
Street to a point 40 feet south
of the south line of Yon Mm:
-: den Street, and for
Construction of a Sewer on
. Seventh Street, from Jefferson
Avenue to View Street.
WILL TAKE NOTICE,
tbaton the IStb day of Anßtist, 1884, 1 did receive
different warrants from the City Comptroller of
the City of St. Paul, ; for the collection of the
above named assessments.
' The nature of these warrants Is, that if yon fail
to pay the assessments within
THIRTY DAYS
after the first publication of this notice,' I shall
report you and your real estate so ■' assessed as
delinquent, end apply to the District Court of the
connty of ■ | Ramsey, : Minnesota, j for judgment
against your lands, lots, blocks, or parcels there
of to assessed," including, interest, cost and ex
penses, and for an order of : the Court to sell the
same for the payment thereof.
234-214 - GEORGE REIS, City Treasurer.
CONTRACT WORK.
(Mm and GBtlerim » Farringtoii
Aw.-
Orncx or the Board or Pcbijo Woaxa.-. ■;!••'
j; Citt or St. Paul, Minn.. Angost SO, l«M. )
Sealed bids wii! ■ be received by i the Board of
Pnblic Works in and for; the corporation of the
city of St. Paul, Minnesota, at their office in ; said
city until 12 m, on the Ist day of September, A.
D. 1984, for tjje grading acd guttering of Farrin^
ton avtnne, from Daytcnavenne to Como avenue,
in caid ': city, - according ;to ; plant / and ' specifi- ,
: cations on Cle in the olSce of said Board. -
-A bond with at least two (2) sureties, in a snm
| of at least twenty : (20)', per cent.', of . the gross
I amount bid, man accompany each bid. , .
L - The said Board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
JOHN FARRnfGTOX, President.
Official: ;. ■■ ■'.' v ■ ■'•■'■'.' ' ■'■
', U. L. CioaxAH, l.< '■"*' * ' : iibik Works. '.
BRIDGE MATERIAL |
St. Paul Foundry Co.
-■■■ ■ -M 1 A.CTUREK3 OF
CAST MD WROUGHT IRO.I
BiftgOriWorf
• , Send for cuts of columns. > '.'All kinds of cast
ings made on j short notice. Works on St. P., M.
& 31. R. X., near Como avenue. Office, Fourth
street, corner Robert, St. Paul. H. W. TOPPING,
Manager. C. M. Secretary and Treasurer
.••83.. ■: ■-,■/■■'. ''■ ■-."- '.- ••-;■'■;■;.:. - '•■.■:;-: ..y :; -.f
. ~ : TAILORING. . /..■'
Fin Tali,
116 EAST THIRD STEM.
: EDUCATIONAL. '(
lit Saint Joseph's
ACADEMY
For ike Education of Topi : Ladies
DXTBUQUB, IOWA.
Parents desirous of placing thnir daughters in
a first class school, will do well to in-restigate
the claims of tnis institution. To the present
building, which is both spaoious and beautiful,
a large addition is being erected, which will con
tain music, exhibition and recreation halls. \ The
course of studies in the different departments is
thorough, nothing being omitted that is neoes
eery to impart a finished education. - The musi
cal department comprises a thorough course for
graduation in Theory and Practice. Every ad
vantage is afforded to those -who wish to pursue
a special course in painting; general instructions
in drawing are given in ol ass-rooms. For par
ticplar apply to BISTER BPPEBIO3. 8544
GRATEFUL— COMFORTING.
EPPS'S COCOA.
BtLEAKFAST.
"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 bills. It is by the judicious use of such
articles of diet that a constitution may be gradu
ally built up until J 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."
—Civil Service Gazette.
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold
in tins only ( Vt ft and lb )by Grocers, labeled thus:
lATWPC! VDD i 9 Pfl Hommopathlc ChemlatJ
JnluliU Li id a. UU-. London. Ehulaso
PILES! PILES!
A sure cure for Blind, Bleeding, Itching and
Ulcerated Piles, has; been discovered by Dr. Wil
liam, (an Indian remedy) called Dr. WILLIAM'S
INDIAN OINTMENT. , A single box , has cured
the worst chronic cases of 25 years' standing. ' No
one need Buffer five minutes after applying this
wonderful soothing medicine. • Lotions and in
struments do more harm than good. William's
Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense
itching, (particularly at night after getting warm
in bed,) acts as a poultice, gives instant and pain
less relief, and is prepared only for Piles, itching
of the 4rivate parts, and for nothing else. For
sale by all druggists, and mailed on receipt of
piice, SI. NOYES BROS. & Wholesale
Agent, St. Paul. Minn.
RAILWAYS.
Table of Through Trains.
Chicago, Milwantee & SL Panlßailw ay,
THE FAST JAIL LINE!
Pullman Sleepers with Smoking; Room*, «nd the
finest Dining Cars In the world are run on all
through trains to and from Chicago.
BEPAETUJO TBAIKS. IT ,, LeaVC 1 , , e L< IBVl BY0 ~
■ - ...... Minneapolis) 6t. Paul.
Blver Division. I ' •- ":-... j
Milwaukee 4 Chicago Ex.. A I:lspm A f:oCpm
Milwaukee 4 Chicago Ex.. 1 A S:lspmA l>:oUpm
La Croase, Uubuque, Koclc . . |
Island & St. Louis Ex C B:10 am C E:4sam
LaCrosse I'aniicinrer |C 4:Sllpm 6:bspui
lowa 4 Minn. Division. I
MnsonC!ty& Davenport Ex. C F:.?"ainC F:Coam
Calmar Accommodation .0 4:BopmC 4:80 pm
Marshalltown & Dcs Molucs ' I ■ .
Eitpregs." "..'.:: ..... E C.OOpmE 7:l9pm
Hastings * Dakotn D! v. I . |
Mllbank & >Mrt,'o Passenger C f :40 ara 0 8:00 am
Aberdeen^ Mitchell Ex.... A '." 4i50 p m A 4:oop m
Fargo Express.... A 8:10 A 7:80 pm
- AEiuviKO TKAIN4. Arrive . • Arrive
/■ ■.- I Bt. Paul. (Minneapolis
Ittver Division. I"~ ~~| ~
Chicago & Milwaukee Ex.. A f :00 am A r:4sam
Chicago 4 Milwaukee Ex.. A 1:00 pm A . ]:45pm
I fast Mail C 8:20 m 4:oopm
LaCrosse, Dnbuqne, ' Rock j
Island 4 St. Louis Ex.'... C t:10 pm 0 9 :45pm
lows * Minn. Division. . I ' |
) Calmar Accommodation C 10:85 am C 10:40 am
Mason City, Son-cbWeit. Ex C ' t:i'i pm U 6:50 pm
! Marslialltowu it l>cg Jlolnej> ' ' I .",
I ExprM5........./.: .... F 7:36 am V S:Boam
Bastings ft Dakota Dlr. | |
! Aberdeen 4 .Mitchell Ex. ..'A 12:30 m A 11:50 am
! Mllbank * Fargo Panaenger C 8:45 pm C 7:45 p m
, Fargo KxpreR5. .......... .."A , 8;tO m A 7:50 am
A, means daily; C, except Sundays; E. , except Sat
urdays; F, except Monday. .-, , ..
St. Paul— Thompson, City Ticket Agent, l'<%
East Third street . Crown 4 Knebel, Ticket Agents,
Union Depot. • :■
Minneapolis — O. L. Scott, City Ticket Agent, No. 7
I Klcollet Howe. A. 15. Chamberlain, Ticket Agent,
; Depot. , - . „
MLNHEAPOLIB ft •t7IOUIB KAIL WAY.
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
:-- •■• ~ ~ ; . St. Paul- Ar. St. Paul
Chicago Express.'.'.'. ....... | *7:ooara! •8:05 am
l)e« Moincs & Kansas City Ex. "7:00 am "8:05 am
Et. Louis "Through" Express' ■12:50 pm jl2:2opm
I DesMolnes&KansasCltyEx.' t2:sopm 1 ]12:20pm
Excelsior and Winthrop. . ..j ,: *B:3oj>m! '12:20 pm
Chicago "Fast" Express | 06:20 ml d7:4sam
d dally, 'dally except Sundays, 1 dally except Sa>
j nrday, J daily except Monday. . Ticket office St. Paul,
' corner third and Blbley streets, E. A. Whltaker, City
Ticket and Passenger Agent, and Union Depot.
6. F. BOTD,
I CenejslTJcket and Passenger Agent. Mlnneapol
BT. PAUL* MINNEAPOLIS & MANITOBA RAILWAY.
.FARGO SHORT LINK
CNLY ALL BAIL LIKE TO WIHHIPEO AND THE BBITIBn NOBTHWEST.
■^ ■ ■ '■ .- : ' ■' -.'■-• : " '-- TIIUC TABLE. ■■-.''■■■■ . - -- ■ ' '• - . „■■ - ■ _ s
■ """"""" ' " ~~ '• ~ '. ~ j Leave . ■ Leave Mini Arrival - ! Arrival Ml 0
, , )St Paul. ! neapoliß.| Bt. Paul. ncp.tiollt.
Brown's Valley, Breckenridge, Wahp«ton, Baraesville] '
and farn'J . -;.;. ■-- • 750 am B«6sm! . *7|oopm CjSpa
¥erjru» Falls, Hoorhead. Forgo, Ciookston, St. Vincent - - -, ;
Winnipeg. ......... ............ .:........... *««oam! ««>am »620pm f*;p.u
M. Cloud Accommodation, via Moatlcello and Clear-, - ; . . . . :
water ' .:.;... T.. :......-........-..- »2»pm; l«6pm| »12rt) m llflOpm
Bt Cloud Accommodation, TiaAnok* and lakßlver.... I *S^opm 4:16»m *10:lAam lUaJOum
reckenridge, Wahpeton, CaMeltoo, Hope, Portland, .
Mjijvilie, Crooknon, «* Fork*, l>eril'# , Lak» and tit. 1
ViDcenr/ t73opn» e*spm f.*oam 7£oajs
;tnu Fall*. Uoorhead, Fariro. Grand Forks, I^vll't .
'2^Kl^rtmora,Ha^aadVinnlp»at.;'....... ........ I ■fSaOpmj 9:l6pui WKWam «55»0
Dailr. ■ *Exc«pt Sundays. , ••-• -. ■ * ' :•
:...' •Mip. m. train on Saturday runs only toMonrU. . 7:80 a.' m. train on Monday mnii only from Morr.i. ■*■
PAUL &c MIETNEiAJE'OI-ilB SHORT JL.I2T HI. i^r
' Lc&veEt Paul— 30 am, *?:10 in, 7:2" a in/*7:30 am, '736 am. t*Sflosia, KSO am, 9-.*> >im, 11: V) m*
11 : > » 111, »liaopm, l:.o puj^lMpm, 220 pa v:so;s^ U<pm, 340 m, ti*> pm, iHiv m, iai 9 .1,
iSHOpm 6.. apm, t-aOpso, fjSopm, iawpnx, 830 pm. 11:13pm. :.-:'■..- ."- - - ' - ■'■ a ■';.
Leave Hiime&poli*-6:i3 a m, I&ia m, 7.10 am,. I:.u »m. 7-.JO am, 3-30 1 ra, 'JO" R in, ITJUnm.
10S« a id, 1130 am, 11:45, fUlOau 12:15 p'm,'. ViM m. 1 -.I*. •- m. 130 v no, 230 ?m, -iJi) p la, 4: JO p, a,
830 p m, Ts:ij 9 'tt. '/'Op m, ~ ■•> pm, 7:33 pm, 8;1S va, flisW p m."; .- ; ''^l&S&BS&gM
'■>■■: l-Qraß%xat sleeper* oa ail throtiga tnia*. . : ■>. *-,
- - ET. PAUL— a. Turner, City Ticket Agent, cor. Third and Sibley streets; hrmru it Kenabei, A :i: 1
■r^ fiioxi depot - * ' ' - v'-^Sfe^e^^jrfiyjgi^jigufci^ittfißjSttaßft Wffltft^Qßajßp > '^^i^^bdO(JßMSt^^Tffl ia^^s^W^^P^
h MINNEAPOLIS— K. Bnjltii. ; o«neral Agent, and H. L. Martin. Ticket Agent cor. Wasainsifcw »*»
?i < nrih Are. Jfortti; W. . Wlrrer. A^ect, X leoliet boate. : . ;. i~ • -„; • , '-.
LAKE MINNETONKA via. MANITOBA LI Njß.
Double Track: ' / - iliort KonteJ . OnlckTlme! '
Learre— a. x. *■*■ *• »- p.m. r.Tt. r.TH-r.-*. Leave— '• 'x. at. a. x. ■a.v: p. yt. >t. ». p.m. r.f.
gt Paul .:.:-■, SOT 9:30 1:30 4:*» 5:» *:15 Miao.Beacb 7:00 v : ■>> 9:00 12:00 }S:O1.7:15 vi-.-fi
Minr.ea?osl» 7rX>: »:1O 10:00 1:58 / 5:00 5:58 6:43 Wayzata.... 7:1'» 3:10 9:10 11.-H'. 5:10 7:i3 J«:W
--: Arrive — ' a.m. a.x. a. 31. V.lt. P. *.'».«.": km. ':". Ar-'.ve— ix'.yL *. V. a. x. Y.M. r.Y.. j.a i-.m.
Wayiata...: :SI »:*J WM 2:20 ■; 5:20 6:20 7:05 MtoiftJpolU. 7i») j; '*■?*> 9:W> 12:33 '; : "M .7:43 11:00
MSBB. Beset '," ' •■-, SO-* 1 2:30 S:3!i- c:» 7:15 <: i ~i. .... S-.0-i VM> J0:00 i^'C'Ai .... ll;30
j . "*♦ .-vV- Uuiii -ju itiariA} tan* u*uj lv jlii-ucz-v'/n. : *i.icctt auiilnv. '"•.-■
7
. • BUSINESS HOUSES.
MfOflSSll
ST. PAUL, °! - M] NxNt
~:rrr— _ ■: ' — — — •- i — "■■■ '• ■
ATTORNEYS AKD COOSELLORS IT LAW
Stanfokp Newbl, Attorney at Law, First Nation'
olßank building, corner of Fourth and Jackson. it*. "
: „;' :'. .' 90-185 , : ■•;
Thomas G. Eaton, Kbom 50, GUflllan block, it
Paul, Minn. ; : - '■ . : '■ ' ■ , . ■" ".,
. - .... ARCHITECTS.
;7 E. , P. Bassford, Room 28, GilfUlan block.
V H. S. Tkeherne, C. E., 19 Gilflllan block. '
:' A. D. llinsdale, Presley block. - 5 ;
A. M. KADCLirr, Mannheimer block.
J. Walter Stevenson, Davidson block, Rooms
25 & 26. ."•. . ■'■ ;; ' - . .-..-,
ARTISTS' MAfER!AtB.
I Sherwood Hough, corner Third and Wabashaw
, Stevens & Roberts, 71 East Third street, St
Paul. I .'? .:/; ><■ :■.',;■■; - ' - •..,■•■..■; " .' '
;:■■ boors"a^d stationery. ; ■
Sherwood Hough, corner Third and Wabashaw
St. Paul Book&Stationijry C 0. ,127 East Third
CARRIAGES JJID SLEIiJHS, ~
A. Nifpoit, East Sixth street, between Jack
son and Sibley streets. ..!•..;
CARPETS A\D WALL PAPER.
; John Matheis, 17 East Third street. "
W. L. ANDEBSoy, 122 East Third street, -
CRY €OODS-r.-Whorcßal r~ ;. >
Auerbach, Pinch & Van Slyke, Sibley street
between Fourth and Fifth.
DRY COOPS— ~
Lindeke. Lapp & Co., 13 East Third Street.
CROCERIES— WhoIesaIe,
P. H. Kelly & Co.. 142 to US East Third street.
HARDWARE AJIIT TOOLS.
F. G. Draper & Co., 53 East Third street.
""JEWELERSTTiTWAYcHaAKtRS.
Emil Gkist, 35 East Third street. '■ - ;
- LOOKING CLASSED
Stevens Uobjumsoa', 11.fc.sut XhUd street, i-
Paul. " . •■; ■■■ . .. 1 ..;•" : ■ ' '• . .-..; r-,-
PICTURES ASP FRAMESr
Stevens & KojiKßTbOJf, UiSusg Third street,
Paul. , ■--„-■ -
TRJm IHAKI US. ~
CntppEN & Upson. 74 East Third street. . . ■ ■
"W. H. Garland, 41 East Third street. -
WIXES A\l) LlQUOßS— Wholesale.
B. Kihl & Co., Wholesale dealers vi Uq.uon.l4
wines, 194 East Third street, St. Paul. / •
~ WHOLESALE fIfOTIO\S.~~
Arthur, Wahium* Abbott, 186 auil iss Ear,
Third street. . ■
WHOLESALE HARDWARE. .
Strong, Hackett & Co., 213 to 219 East Fourth
street. . r : -... „ - . .■ . .
TRAVELERS' GUIDE
St. Pan! Ballway.Timo TnMes.
St. Faul, Minneapolis & QmaH9
■: '• AND
utato & liWßstera
RAILWAYS.
THE ROYAL ROUTE,
EAST. SOUTH AND WEST
DEPARTING TKAINS. L,, I '™™, cH,"™
'Minneapolis St. Paul.
See Moincs fast Exp'.ess. .. j 47:45 am | 17;OO a m
Fast Chicago Kxpruiu ' "fc:l3pm • - -?stsO->i» n»
Fait Atlantic Ex ! «l:15p:n *2:ooptn
61ouxC.,SlouxF.& 'ipi-Hi'iie, 17:46 am • 17:l0atil
Ebakopce and Merrlam Jet. j *6:SU am , ,t7;(Jsj* \a
Omaha and Kansas City.... ! '4:85 pm ' # B:it)p.u
Chicago Lociil Express j j 1730 am is:ii.".i'ii
Central WlsconeinExpresa.. 17:80 a in It:USA n
Shakopce and Merriam Jet. i :30 pm "4:05;> a
JLukc Superior press I t7::oam i 8:80* v
BtlllwiutranJ Klver Falls..! tU:Soaui 10:()5aa
Sllllwater and River Falls.. I t4:Sopra 15:05
St. Paul & Pierre Ex...... I »l2:osnlglit *ll:30pm
Dining Cars the finest in the world and luxurloxi •
Smoking liooni Sleepers on all fast trains to Chiuaso.
,™,vivn TRAlvt Arrive Arrlvo
ARKivivo TBAI.NS. | St. Paul, [lllnneapolts
St. Paul & Pierre Ex.". »3:00 m <2:'!i)am
Chicago Day "Sxpr^as...... Ml:7 a m 15a.il
Merrlaru Jet. and Shakopee. •12:30 pm •1:00pm
Chicago Night Express . '1:00 pin , .*1:45 p:n
SlouxC, Sioux F ..i-iiie^t'iu! ■• 18:23 pm <7:sspin
Onnliu and Kansas City... 12:45 pin "12:15 pin
JLake Superior J3 M»r»-mi . ... 16:03 ,Ifi:lHpin
Merrlam Jet. and Sbakopee "8:15 pin •9:03p.a
Chicago Local Express . 15:23 m . + .:5Hp a
Central Wisconsin Express. 15:25 pm 0:38 p n
RlvtrFalls ............... 1»:25 uin 19s.18» a
Klvcr Falls ........... 15:25 pm IS!3Spn
DcsMolncs Fast Express.'.. _ 18:25 pjii 17:53p a
•Dally, t E * ce P' Bunditya 9 trains to Stlllwater.
Lake Superior ExPrni connects nt W.wlibara
with steamers of Lake Superior Transit Co. fur ItH
cast ' '■•,„
f^"Tlckets, ' sleeping cor uecommodatlons, aiu ili
Informntlon can be secured at
No. IS Nlcollet House block, Minneapolis, -„.-■,-.-'
. ■ ,. tr c i.i. , Ticket A?ont.
' '■ H. L. MAP.TIN, Agent. Minn.- .\.., .<.>■„>;.
Corner Third and Jackson ilreets, St. Paul,
CIIAB. 11. PETBCH, City Ticket Asoas.
KKEBEL & Bl'.OWJf, Agent), St. Paul Union Depot
mnm nm& 1 7i
THE NEW - •
" Overland Eoute 1"
THE ONLY LTTTB TO ' t>l> »'-^ ou .
Portland. ■ Ore., and the Pacific Iforfliwwt.
' Tfie "Pioneer JAne" beHc4in 'fit', T'rtul,
Minneapolis, Moorhend and Furgo,andt/*»
OKLY ■ JAne running ■ l>ininu Van ■ <♦'**
Pullman Sleepers Oetwem tlioag point*.
"~~~ ..-..,■■. , ' I ~ '. ( ' Leuvd
Departing Trains. ' Leave ; . Minn sap
ht. Paul. •/' oils.
Pacific express ........ .... *4^r,pin »4:43pni
Fargo day express 17:65 v in 1 Mum
Fargo and Mundan night ex »H:i'O p m ;*8:40 pbc
"Dining car»,Pnllman sleepers, elegant day coa.h-n,
second-class cohcUoh, and emigrant sleeping oar*
between St Paul, Minneapolis, Far«o, Dak.: an
Portland, Ore., . without change. Uorton reclining
chair cars on Fargo day express, without extra chartta
for Indies, or gentlemen accompanied by ladles hold-
Ing first-class tickets. - . ■
! '. ' " ~~" : '. '. I Arrive I
Arriving Tralnj, | Mlnneap- | Arrive
.'■_.■ oils. . St Paul.
Atlantic expros*. *li:r»o am j *12:8O pm
Fargo day express.... 16:20 p m t f ':sß p.O
Fargo and Mandan night ex »7 : 10 am | JIM) a 11
♦Daily. Thxiiop: buo<lay. '
.' City office. St. Paul, 823 (old N0. 43) Jack<ion«',r«st.
City office, Minneapolis, No. 10 Nlcollet hoosa.
CHAB. fl. FKE,
General Passenger Agent.

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