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' FINANCIAL
MOR-JIXG REPORT.
?.ew York. Oct.- 9.— 11 a. Stocks:
The market continues strong for Union Pacific
_nd Pacific Mail; other markets firm.
AFTERNOON REPORT.
Money at I©2 percent. Bar silver, $I.lo*.
Stocks — market was quiet and strong this
afternoon; Union Paciflc rose to 56*, Pacitic
Mail to 55*. Chicago __ Northwestern to 92*,
Central Pacific to 42* ; at the close the advance
.as partially lost.
Morning Board Quotations.
GOVERNMENTS.
Threes 100 Fours coupons.. .120
4*sdo 112* Pacific 6s of '95..
STOCKS.
Adsms Express.. l3l N.J. Central.... 40*
Allegheny Cent.. 3* North'n Paciflo... 19
Allon&T. H 23 do preferred... 44*
do preferred... 75 Northwestern.... 91*
American 92 do preferred. . .127*
8.. C. H. & Nt... 60 K.I. Central.... 95*
Canada Southern. 32* X.V..C. &St. L. 5*
Central Paciflc... 42* do preferred... 10*
Chicago £ Alt 130* Ohio Central 2*
do preferred... Ohio & Miss 19*
C..8. &Q 123* do preferred... 40
C.,St.l_. &N. 0.. 83 Ontario & West. . 11
C., S. & Cleve... 23 O.K. & N 72
Cleveland & Col.. 38* Oregon Trans 13*
Delaware & tt... 87 Pacific Mail 55*
Del. & Lack 107 Panama 98
Denver _. li. ti... 10* Peoria, D. & E. .. 15
Erie 14* Pittsburg 140
do preferred. . 29* Reading 25*
Fort Wayne 128* Hock l.land 115
Han. & St. Joe... 38* St.L. &S. F 20
do preferred... 88* do preferred... 40*
Harlem 185 do let pref'd. .. 84
Houston & Tex.. 34* Mil. & St. Panl. . . 80*
Illinois Central. . .123* do pref erred... 108*
Ind., B& West.. 17 St.Paul & Man.. 86
Kansas __ Texas.. 18* fct. Paul & O'ha... 31*
Lake Erie __ W.. 14 do preferred... 92*
Lake Shore 77* Texas Paciflc 11*
Lvillei Nash... 23* Union Pacific 50*
L., N. A._C 14 United States 53
M.A. C. Ist pfd. 10 Wob., St. L. __ P. 6
• do 2d pref'd... 5 do preferred... 12
Memphis & C 29 Wells A Fargo. ..105 •
Mich. Central 62 West. Union T. .. 64*
Minn's A St. L... 13* Quicksilver 3
do preferred. . . 30 do preferred... 30*
Mo. Paciflc 95* Pullman Pal. Car. 115*
MobileAOhlo 9 C, St. L. A Pitts. 8*
-.orris __ Essex.. l 23 do preferred... 18*
X., C. ASt. L 38
•A_.l_.u__. tßid. ;Ofl_re_. I Ex. int. JEx.
div.
EVENINO REPORT.
Money easy at 1* _t 2 per cent., closed offered
Ml*.' Prime mercantile paper 5@6 per cent.
Sterling exchange, bankers' bills dull at $4.81* ;
do. ex. demand, $4.84*.
Governments Lower.
Bailroad Bonds — Strong.
State Securities — Quiet.
— Business at the Stock Exchange to
day was even less active than yesterday, although
the market contined strong. Union Pacific and
Paelfle Mail were tho features, as usual of late,
and moved up to 56* and 55* respectively; in
regaid to the former it was again reported that
the floating debt would he reduced $3,500,000 by
January 1, and the remainder of the debt cured
for so that dividends could be resumed next year.
A statement that Pacific Mail dividends would be
advanced to 6 per cent, caused that stock to sell
up. LouisvUle A Nashville was strong eariy in
the day, rising from 28* to 89*, but later de
clined to 28*. New Jersey Central continues
weak, the stock falling off from 47* to 45.
Delaware, Lackawanna A Western after an early
advance to 107* declined to 106*51-7. In other
shares changes were less than 1 per cent; the
market closed firm. Compared with yesterday's
closing prices Union Pacific and Pacific Mall was
* higher, while Lake Shore and Missouri Pa
cific was *, and New Jersey Central 1* lower.
Among the inactive shares, St. Paul, Minneapolis
A Manitoba declined from 87* to 34*. the stock
Mill being affected by a reduction of dividends.
Columbus, Chicago A Indianapolis sold down *
to 89.
I'he transactions aggregated 149.000 shares:
'.'bicago A Northwestern 18,000; New Jersey
; "entral 11,000; Pacific Mall 19,000; Chicago,
.Milwaukee A St. Paul 23,000; Union Pacific
.6,1.0.
mmm stocks.
The Muil and Express says : In mining shares
Consolidated Pacific declined to 93 and rallied to
85, but otherwise transactions were very limited.
Horn Silver sold at 6* and Maryland Coal
at 100.
ban PRANCISCO mivi . r..
Alta 162* Martin White 262*
Best & Belcher.. l7s MountDiablo 137', '
Bodie Consol. .'. .BM Ophir 302*4
( hollar ; 225 PotOSl 1 12 >/,
Virginia.. 100 Savage 112 ,4
Crown Point "0 Sierra Nevada. 1.'17;_ '
Bai_kaoons_l...lS7)( i nion Consul. .. .1-T.
Gould __ Curry... 125 Utah 100 1
Ualc_. Norcross. li.s Yellow Jacket. 187 .4
BOSTOM UAILIIOAU ANO MINING.. ]
Following are the closing prices at the Stock
Exchange to-day !
Old Colony 140 K.C.St.J.-kC.B.7'a 10& '
Calumet* 11. ...145 L.H.J. Ft. S. ... 95
Iranklln 5*4 __. Y. &N. E. 78.101
(Julncy _. Atch.&Top. U.K. 72«
Flint __ P M pfd.. 95 Host . __ Albany.. l7o
Osceola 5 Bust.* Maine... 109 Vi
Huron I C, B. & Q I-11,
Water Tower.... 2.i (in.. S. A I'leve.. li%
Boston Laud 51, Eastern H. It .... 33
_xi. li.A Top.lst rs lis Hint* P. M BO
Eastern It. it. Cs..lll_£ N. Y. &N. X....110.i
Loxnox Moxar AMI stocks.
U.S. 4s I_:''_ Illinois Central... 127 hi
I.S. 4. is 115? i Perm. Central.... 55 X
Brie '.Heading 18 X
tin seconds 53*4 Canadian Pacific. 47' i
N.Y. Central 99 Mil. ASt. Paul... «3'g
Amount of bullion withdrawn from tbe Bank
of England on balance to-day, A' 1,000, for
shipment to America. %
Bunk of England rate of discount •'! percent
Bullion in the Bank of England decreased
the past week £825,000. Proportion of Bank of
England reserve to liability 32 13 10 per cent.
MMMSD lti>..r.l Quotations.
Storks aul bond, cloui a; tha following
prices bid:
• -? -UVMENTS.
Thrceper cents. .loo Font, coupons. ..1 10
4!js coupons. ... IT-". i'aridc tie of ' 115.. 1 V'S
STATS Ml -US.
La. consols 72 Term. .s, new.,.. 39
Missouri os 1024 Virginia 0s 37
M.J0e..... 108 Consols. . 37
_.enn.4e, 01d.... 397. Deferred » 5
KAiiniAii noxos.
C. P. Bonds. Ist. 11l U. P. land grant.. 105
.Erie seconds 96 Sinking fund.... 111
Lehigh* Wt 95 Tex. T. grant 8.. 84
M.I.A S. C. 1*1.115*4 uoKio O. dir.. 4--*
I.i'. Bonds, lsl. .110%
STOCKS.
A-axns Express.. 180 Mobile ft 0hi0... 9
Allegheny Cent., 8H Morris* KsserJ.lß3
-Alton A: T. 11.... 88 N .C. .* St. L.... 33
tin preferred... 75 N.J. Central.... 1.". ,
American M Norfolk A W.pf. 88
It., C. It. AN* 90 Northern 19! i
Canadian Pacific 4.*>'li do preferred... 44 »4
Canada South'n.. 3___ Northwestern.... Ql\
Central Pacitic... 41 % do preferred... 12. i»
.'hesajfake A O. 6 Ohio Central 2
do 1-: pref'd... 19 N. Y. Central.... 95>+
1. .11 prerd... 7 fi. lo* Mi« 5..... 19
"Chicago A Alt...'.' tio preferred... 40
do pref erred... 145 Ontario A West.. 11
C.B.AQ 123 Oregon Nay . 1 i,
C..St. L. 8 N O. .2 Oregon Trans.... 18 '.
<'..St. L.A Pitts.. 8 Oregon bap 19
do preferred... i»:_ Paciflc _____ 55
C.S. A Cleve... 23 ' l'anama 93
■Cleveland A Col."*; :___»_ Peoria. D. A E... 15
.Delaware* 11 ... -: I.ttsbur^ ieo_|
■J'ei. A LackJ 10835 P_Qm__|PaL Car. 1144
_>earer*lL 0... 104 Beading 25
Erie K. Hock Island. ...ll.">
do preferred... 27 it. L. AS. X ... 21
EastT., V. A 0.. 4\ do nreferrod:.. 40
Bo marten 7H Colst prera. .. -"I
Fort Wayne 1254 Mil. A St. Paul .. . SOS '
liar. «_ St. Joe... >-, do preferred.. .los4 j
do preferred... S_4 _. t.Panl A Man . . !_44
Harlem ISS St.Paul A Om'a.. 31
Houston A Tex.. 344 do preferred... 92
Illinois Central... 188 Texas Pacl_e H3»j
led.. B.A West.. 10^ Inton i^aclflc... 56
Kansas A Texas.. 18 United Sutes 93
"Lake Bne* 'A. 134 W..st. L.AT ... 5?»
Lake Shore ... 76. do preferred... 12
Louisville _ _»... 2. _» Wells Fargo... 100
L.. N. A. C... 12 Western U. T .",
._d. AC. lat pfd.. 10 llemestake . ... 9,
dt .' i pref'd... 5 Iron Silver
.Mcrar-lsA C... 29 Ontario SO
Al ich. Central 88 Q____ul Mr, .8
.Minr'a A SL L... 19 vuo preferred... 3i*»»
do preferred... M " outh. Tk.ilic ......
.-Uaaouri Pacific. 934 Sctro 16
•Asked. ....No sales. .Offered. .i_x.i____.
to. ip |Ex. dir. 1 Ex. ia:. -Ex. roup.
Hat rrvrß. My brother Myron aad nr-
t-clt rrt-n.* both cured of catarrh and hay fe
ver List July auti Aucrust by Ely's Cream
Balm. 0] to Dec. _^. these trt>ubles bare
not reiurned. Gabriel Ferris, Spencer, H. Y.
llav . - -""yer. I »MS afflicted for twenty
year. wi;Lr hay f. rt. 1 us__ Eiy** Cream
Balm with favorable results, at; ; ran recom -
mmd it tt> ali. R«-N'rt W". Tottnlej" (cx
_UA\_r_i E_.x_-.tb, ) i. J.
£g!_£_g_fg
COMMERCIAL
St. Paul, Oct. 10.— market yesterday
was a little easier and the movement of produce
more free. Spot wheat declined *c, but futures
were firm; 1 car No. 1 regular sold at 74c and 1
car from sample at 65c. Corn was steady; 1
car No. 3 sold at 50c. Oats declined *c; 1 car
No. 2 white from sample sold at 25c, and 2,000
bushels No. 3 white at 24 *c. Barley fell off 3c
from Wednesday's price* and rye suffered to the
extent of 2c. Ground feed was qaiet but steady ; ,
1 car sold at $18.50 o. g. Hay was a little stiller;
1 car of wild sold at $8.00 and 1 car at $3.50 o.g;
5 cars of timothy hay sold p. t. for c. p. Flax
seed was wanted at 3c advance and timothy seed '
was bid up 5c : 1 car of the lattersold p.t. Other
produce was quiet but steady. Followiug is the
call:
Wheat No. 1 hard, 73'icbid; November,
79c bid; December, 79c bid; year, 73c bid;
May, 86c bid; No. 1 regular 72c bid; No 2 hard,
I 75c bid; No. 2, regular 6sc bid.
Corn— No. 2, 52c bid, 68c asked ; No. 3, 50c
asked.
Oats — No. 2 mixed, 24c bid, 25c asked; No
vember 24c bid; December 24c bid, 2sc asked: No.
2 white, 25c bid, 27 asked: No. 3 white, __c bid.
BajdlXT — 2, 55c bid; November, 55 bid:
No. 3 extra, 45c bid; No. 3. 40c bid.
Kye — No. 2, 45c bid.
Ground Feed— bid, $13.00 asked.
Corn Meal — 319 asked; bolted. $26 asked.
Bran— Sacked— s7.oo bid, $8 asked.
Baled Hat—^7.7s bid, $3.23 asked.
Timothy Hay— slo.oo bid, $10. asked.
Flax Seed sl-20 bid.
Timothy Seed — $1.25 hid.
Potatoes — 22c__»25c bid.
Eggs — bid, 20c asked.
Butter 2oc bid for choice dairy ; 28c asked 1
for creamery.
Street Prices Wheat, No. hard, 71c; Ho.
1 regular C 3; No. 2 regular flic; receipts liberal;
Oats, 25 26c ; receipts slow. Barley, 45<_%55c ;
receipts small. Potatoes. _S_|Boc; receipts
large- Hay, wild, $8 per ton; timothy, $12 per
ton; oat straw, $3 _. 4 per load chickens, 40'_i._0c
per pair: beans, $1©1.50.
The following comparative table elves the
principal quotations at the call on 'change Octo
ber 9, 1883, and to-day:
1653. 1884.
/— « •■> r ">
Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked
Wheat No. 1 hard 100 ' 78* j
" ** Nor.. 1 00 79
•* Dec 79 ....
"No. 1 regular 72 ....
"No. 2 hard.. 93 95 .0 |
No. 2 regular S3 .... 65 j
Com, No. 2 47 49 . 52 581
" N0.3 45 .... .... 50
Oats, No. mixed 27 .... 24 83 j
** No. 3 mixed 25 ....
•* 2 white 28 25 27 1
" 3 white 26 .... 24 .... I
Barley, N0.2 58 .-.. 55 I
" Sextra 48 .... 45 j
" 3 88 .... 40 .... I
Rye, N0.2 47 .... 45 [
Ground Feed 18 00 17 50 18 00
Corn meal, coarse 19 00 ... 19 00
Bran sacked 700 800
Baled hay 800 850 775 825
Timothy hay 10 00 10 50
Flaxseed 119 120
Timothy seed 125 ....
Cloverseed
Potatoes new 25 .... 25
Eggs 23 25 18 20 |
St. Paul Wholesale Produce Market.
j___T*The following prices are for round lots .
only.
Bi'ttbr — 4o; pack-stock off
flavor, si&7c; souudß©loc ; dairy, common to fair.
10ai2c;choice dairy, 16 creamery 20<&21c;
fancy brands 26 0 2bc ; extra choice in ■', j, 10
lb. boxes. 27 _'.*c.
Bears Common, 75c _. $1.00; medinm, $1.25
©1.75; hand picked navys, $2.00*^2.25 o. %.
Cider — Kew York. $7 per barrel.
Cheese — _&6*c: full cream, July and
August, ll&12c; September and October make
12<S14c.
Honey — New clover, lS<si,2oc; buckwheat 16
©17c.
Bacon amd Hams Long clears bacon, lie;
dry salt iu*c; long roll, ll*c; short
roll, 10*; breakfast, ll*c; shoulders,
B*c; bams. 13* c
Mess $17.50©518.00.
Flour Patents, oo©s. so: best winter wheat
patents, $:..:>.; straight. $4.50 _&5.00; winter
wheat straight. $4.85; Bakers' XXXX, $4.0. _&
4.50; low grades, $2.75©3.00; rye flour, $...•_.
3.60 per barrel; graham, $3.75 ©4. 25 per barrel,
buckwheat hour. $3.00.
Dressed — Beef, city dressed, 7©
B*c;extraprlmebeef,9*c; mutton, city dressed
B*<&9c; veal, 10c; pork. 7c.
Hides Green .salted, 7(__7*c; green, sft 7c;
dryfllnt, 12* c; calf, dry, 12* c; green lie; deer,
dry. 20©25 c; antelope. 20(_2.25c; elk. 20&25 c;
I buffalo, B<i_iloc, dama?ed * off; sheep pelts.
. nrarin_;s oj., i.uiu iu»'..n_.
Tallow No. 1, 5 054 c; No. 2, 4c.
Wool.— Unwashed. 14® 15c; washed 20022.
Nuts— Uickory, large, 81.00; small, $1.25,
walnuts, 15c; almonds, 19 __,_".; Barcelona ha
tel (filbert*) lie; pecans, 10(<_illc; Brazil, 14c;
peanuts. B013c; Cocoa nuts, t-.0d®7.00 per
100.
Vegetable.! — 85c per bushel; cab
bage, 00c perdoz. o.g; carrots, 30&3.*. perbushel;
potatoes, _.v./...'h; o. _;. . per bushel; onions,
81.__._1.75 per bid. ii. _. ; sweet potatoes,
Jerseys, 75c per box, £1.00 per barrel: musca
tines, 5303.50 per barrel.
Washington Territory. 84035 c; New
York ;54;ai5c.
Malt — 75c __ SOc per bushel.
I'.in.Tiiv and iimi: — Spring chickens. 35. i
60c per pair; old birds, 6oo6so per pair; prairie
chickens, $2.7503.00 per dozen; ducks, wild.
mallard. $2.60; black $1.50; teal $1.25.
Linseed Oil Haw, 91c; boiled 54c. Linseed
meal $.0021 ','T *■'-■:
Oysters Standards, 35010 c; selects, 45©
bOc ; New York, counts 50055 c per can.
Fruits- i,emons $...0000.00; I_onlslanaorangea
$809 per l>bl, figs, 15c, lCc, 18c perlb; .run!"
$303.50 per i>u. ; $10. 0J per bbl.; dates,
black in frails sc©oc, fard in boxes,
lie a lb.: Persian in 50 lb. boxea Di.. Mi :
bananas, $2.00®5-'). 00 per bunch -.Peaches D
omestic. $1.20 per peck basket*..
Apples— soo3.oo per barrel, fancy stand.s3.so.
Crabs, fine stock 11.004.1. per busbel. Pure —
Bncrre (lar_eau. $3.50© 3.75; Duchess, $3,000
$9.00 per barrel!; St. Laurence. $5.00©59.00 per
barrel!; Winter Nellis, $-_.7505.».00: Easter
Brune, $..7505i.00; Vicar, 53.5005.. 75.
basket. Moskmclons. $1.25 per dozen;
watermelons, $12017 per 100. Crapes— Muscat
clles. $».50; Tokays s..oo_|so 00 i»-r M Ib cases;
Concord i,(H-<c per lb ; Delaware. 81.20
per in lb baskets; Bos. Pcra $1.5 .©5.00.
IJuinees— California, $3 per 40 lb ease; New
York $1.23 per basket.
Boots— (Medicinal) ginseng green. SOc; dry.
$1.6001.70: aeneca enake root, 3o_fe.ric per 10.
Beceipts and shipments of grain. lire stock
produce, merchandise, etc., for the twenty-four
hours ending Oct. 9. IBM:
Articlea. Reed Sh <1 Articles. Rec'd Sh'd
Barley 1 . . I Lumber M -1
Bran 1 . . j Liquor..: 1 . .
Beef 3.. I Lime 4 1
Beer 3 1 I Merchandise 53 86
Barrel stock.... 2 .. Ma bin, ry 1 1
Brick 7 1 1 Nails IV.
Corn 2.. | Oats ■'? I
Cattle 3 1 Potatoes 1 1
Cheese 1 .. Pork _ ..
Coal 19 l Pilos .'".I.V
Cement. ...'.. .. 3 1 Kailroad iron and
Construction Ma- rails 5 9
terial •-' 11 Sheep 1 '.'.
Flax '-' Stone 7..
Flour .. 2 7 Salt 3 . .
Fruit 4 .. j Scrap iron .1
llav ■-• 1 j Sundries 15 9
Hog* 1 .. i Wheat. 19 $
j Wood 7 . .
Total cars receive! 211 J Total cars shipped 170
Kress Hscsipts — Apples, 700 barrels; cider.
SO barrels ; emigrant movables, 2 cars : egg* 25
-
cases: concentrated lye. 1 ear; merchandise
1,640 packages; si rap, CO barrels; total receipt*
150 tons; shipment* :'5 tons.
Grain 1 .-rei ri" . — heat 2 cars No. 2 bard:
2 cars No. .' hard ; 3 cars Kb. 1 re*';'*-: 6
cars No. .' regular: Cora 1 car No. 3: Oats 1 car
No. 2 mixed. parley _ cars No. -.3: Flax 1 car
No.l. .- .x.
<*.. rani Famllr Hetail Market.
Bk Panl Famllr Rt-tett Mrtrti^t
Ban.tr> asd — Wheat brrt! 5c perl.
rye bread, 5c per lb; . "lenaa bread. lOe per loaf;
toer straight. _-_ .Mc lb. patent, 3 >»,* ,Sr Ib.
Birrrsa Fanunouee and creamery. ___&3__;
good table carry •--•;*._.-_: cooatag 10©l_c.
Uonkt — Minnesota honey ia _». 25c per
pound
Cbecsx— l*4«ls<_a_o; Swiss. ___•___
I < IM — Rio. ___8 Ihs for Sl; Jara
\ .green) _€$4 lbs for 81 ; Ilk. roast, 4^_(**7 lbs
tor $1 ; Java roast. 35c per it. 9 Ihs torfl . Mocha
! same as Java.
TXa — Gunpowder V*@*iOc : Japan from 23 1»
7C. ; Oolong 40 to iWc ; Younc Hyson 50, 30. '-"-*=-
Eec«— Strictly fresh, _05J.2-:c.
Fish Salmon. l?^.-_Cc per lb: white fish.
j trout, pike and bass. 10c: pukeee . croppies, sc
j per*. Mackerel !5c each.
Meats Kcsnd steak 12V*c©l_c: sirloin steak
ISc; porter boese. die: roasts. 15__Isc: -creed.
._»'."■_; a_a:ton and real 1. __.!-_; f or chops and.
roasts, pork 10©124 c; pork aansages. 12. ic:
j befognu 12 s.
Foci.t»t axd — Turkeys IS^M*.*. per B»:
[ chickens fi%M iire fowl .5 ,-__ -per paw;
! spring hi kens __.<Q7j. per pair; live ter
j keys _l.___s*2-0O 15c per 2-.; prairie c..:;i_-
J ens. 75c per pair.
i Otstxi-s — S~_-da_-_. Ac: selects, ___; New
I Tork const*. -Or. per ran.
ISokixt»— <*__ per _*--
. &c___a»— uraasiaicd 13*1 J -s lba. for ...00;
■Ta 1
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE. FRIDAY OCTOBER 10. 1884.
Standard Al3 __..14 lbs for $1.00; extra C 14
@16 lbs for $1. ; yellow Cl 6 lbs for $1.00.
Fruits — Apples2s@Ssc peck ;$1 fr. 2.25 per bsh ;
grapes, 10@25c pr lb ; Messina lemons, 25c per
doz; peaches $l<j;l._o per basket; Oregon plums,
25c per ' " doz; - common •'." plums 25c per
basket; California pears. sc each: musk melons
li.-.''). each: watermelons, 15®..0c.
Vegetables — dry 10@12*c quart;
horseradish 10c per lb; parscly 5c bunch;
Saurkraut He quart; lettuce 10<_>18c per dozen;
green onions, 10c dozen bnnches; gherkins '..0c
per hundred; string beans* 40©50 c per peck;
cucumbers, Oc.-pur dozen; new potatoes, 30c(Q>:.5c
per bushel; tomatoes, 50@75c per bush; canli
flowcrs, from 1 __>■ to _oc.each ; cabbage, SOc _jrsoc
perdoz; green COrnlO© 15c perdoz ;beets, SOc per
bushel;, turnips, 60c per. bushel; carrots, 50c
per bushel; squash, hubhard 10<i_i20, Boston
marrow 15 __,25c,' summer sc; egg plant, 15© 20 c;
pumpkins, 10c ;-. each; onions 35c per peck;
celery three heads for _->_
POWERS & DILLINGHAM,
GRAM, m\l IOT m stock brokers
i*N? §'■ '.'HAVE . REMOVED TO '.'.,.'.
. SEW ill OCX, 113 Jackson St.,
'"' <£/*-' Opposite Merchants Hotel. ",'._
Quotations - received every .quarter of a minute.
S. _____ WOOD & CO..
firii nl Ste Brota.
£_: Chamber of Commerce, Chicago.
SC Chamber of Commerce, Chicago.
4 '■ : A " St. PauL
> .244 Hennepin, avenue, Minneapolis.
"liny and sell Grain, Provisions and Stocks for %
cash or on margins. Only brokers in Minneapo- I >
lis having their own membership on the Chicago
Board of Trade.
„.■_' . ... l>_ran'« Reports.
.:..:•.- • c » •? ;- . ' . • - ••■ ■ , x •
... :■,,-.-. _. St. Paul, Oct. 9.
St. ___x, Oct. 9.
The following quotations, giving the range of
the markets during the day, were received by- ...
Doran, Commission Merchaut:
WHEAT.
. ... XIL WAUKEE. CHICAOO.
t , f ,
„j_ „ Xov. Dec. . Nov. Dec.
Nov. Dec. Nov. Dec.
9:30 a.*. . 77 ..V-.78* .78* JO*.
9:40 . » 77* .'. 78* 78 79*
9:50 "• 77*^.?- 79 , 76* .79*
10:00 it* ■ ■ '.'■>, ' 79 78* 80*
10:10 *♦•._ '•■ '..!_ 79* 78* 60*
10:20 " -._ 77* 79* , 78*" 80*
10:30 " r .. 77* 79* * 78*- * 80*
10:40 . . 77* 79* 78* 80
10:50 " 77* 79* 78* 80
11:00 * . 77* " ' 79* 78*' 80*
11:10 ** 77* -79* 78*- *80
11:20 '• 77* I: 79* 73* 80*
11:30 •* 77* ' 79* - 78* ,80*
11:40 ■ , 77* ... ,79* .78* ..' 80*
11:50 " - ,77* 79* _' 78* 79*
12:00 M. 77* 79 76* 79*
12:10 "- 77* -- 79 78* 79*
1 ■_:■_() "-. 77* " 73* 78* 79*
12:30 »_.. . 77*- 78". - 78* 79*
12:40 " 77* 78* 78* 79*
12:50 " 77* . 79 78* 80*
1:00 " . 77* 79 78* 80
2:00 ** - 77* 79* 78* 80*
2:15 " 77* 79* 78* 80*
2:30 '■"" 77?. 79* 78* 80*
2:15 "
•cog".. > l__ _.-.> _'_».{ C— m; * ._*_..."
1 Corn, 1 Outs. Perk.
. Time. '[ 1 J — ■ —
Oct Nov Oct Nov Oct I Nov
9:30 a. ....'s2* 27* 27*| ! ......
9:40 '• |.... '52*27*27* i ..
9:50 " . ....-53 27* 27* I
10:00 " . .... 53* 27* 27* ..,
10:10 « ] 53_i 27 28
10:20 « .... 153* 27*27*
10:30 « ...... 2. ', 27* 27 _, '
10:40 * I 53* 27* 27* ■
10-50 " |sS*'27* 27*
11:00 ■ .*_ |52* 27*27* ....... -..*.....'
11:10 ' «* 56 52 *, 27* 27*
11:20 a ....52*1
11:30 " '52* I
11:40 " I .... 52*
11:50 " 55*51*27*27*
12:03 M. ! 51*
12:10 P. x. I .... 51*
12:20 - L...M*....
12:39 - 55 51* 1 I
12:40 " . ...*.Jsl*f !
12:50 ** 55 151* ■ ..'..27*
1:00 ** r.i* 51* 27* 27* 16 50
2:00 "* 51 52 i j
2:15 " 54 51* I
2:30 *» 54* 51* 27!, 27* 16 50 12 75
2:15 " 1....1....;....!....|,
CHICAOO CLOSINI..
October wheat I May oats 30*
Jan. wheat 81 | October corn. :
May.' Wheat..... " 87* I Year corn 43*
December oats. 28 | Jan. corn 39*
. ..... ..... „-,- 1 it.... _.._.. ii
a _*_ai __._. ••••• _„-,, i „107 .UiU . •••••• tl
_ . FOREIGN*.
LivenrooL, Oct. 8. — 12 m. — Wheat- quiet;
:orn slow. Cargoes off the coast — wheat dull:
corn unchanged. Cargoes on passage wheat
slow; corn firm.
Mark Lane — Wheat and corn quiet but steady :
country markets— wheat and corn unchanged; ,
weather fair with showers.
On passage to continent — 310,000 qrs. ;
corn, 150,000 prs. On passage to United King
dom—com, 110,000 qrs.; wheat and floor,
3, 073,00041
ASSOCIATED PIiSSS MARKETS.
Milwaukee I'm tare.
Milwaukee, Oct. _ — Floor, dull and nom
inal. Wheat, firmer; No. 2, 75?, c; October,
75._ c: November, 77;-, c: December, IBlfO. Corn,
dull and nominal; rejected, 53c bid. Oat.«,
quiet; No. _ white,* __9_t._9._c. Bye, very
quiet: No. 1, 51c; No. '_, Me. Barley, easier;
No. -, cash and October 50c; extra No. 3,
45 lie cash and October. Provisions, steady;
mesa pork, $16.50 cash and October;
£16.50 November; lard, prime steam,
$7.50 cash and October; 37.40 November:
sweet pickled hams, firm, at 11 __l_c. Live
hogs, steady, at $1.7...... 45. Butter, scarce;
choice creamery, H§Mc ; fair to good, 23®2.c;
best dairy, 19$_;21c. Cheese, was steady; best
lew cream. 11(_.12c. Ergs, ipiiet. at 174
<3>lSc. Lake freights, unchanged; wheat to
Bnffalo 1.4 c. Beceipts, 10,650 barrels of flour;
32.150 bushels of wheat: 31.949 bushels of bar
ley . Shipments, 6,95*5 barrels of f10ur;....
bushels wheat; of 8,775 bushels of barley.
CJilcnjjo l'rnilnrr. ■
Our Oct. Flonr, steady and unchanged;
good to choice winter wheat flour, 8L75Q4.5U;
Michigan winter wheat flour __..>o_il._j; -prim:
-.I'tirat floni 33.50^4.01; Minnesota bakers'
88.79_8_.90; paterfta $4.75^5.50: low grades
$_.'iu;**i_.i X) . rye Cour dull at J3.10Q3.25 In
barrels, "...93 in sacks; buckwheat $2. C0 per
100 pound* in sacks; Southern Illinois and Mis-
souri winter wheat flour $5.2505.75 ; common
to choice Minnesota $•!. "si *&»•<*■'■ Wheat.
in fair demand: opened weak and _i©\c lower, -
rallied V _. V". receded V.and closed founder
yesterday; sales ranged: o< "ober 76Vi<&7<-Xe,
closed at 70 _»c; November 775&734-, closed
at 3. _c; December _*C_."3" .*c. closed at
80c; Jannary _0.4@_0._.c closed at (JOS
C3o"_c; May _C_i(&s7.»c. clos.d at _7c ;
No. •_ Chicago spring .C_,_--77c: No. 3 Chi
cago spring C3c; No. '- red 79*»c; No. 3
red ii7c. Corn, demand a. t.vo but unsettled
and lower; October Cos*. l 14c lower, Novem
ber closed l?ic lower than yesterday: year was
unchanged. May closed a shade hither: cash
51...".c. closed at 54 ...c: November 6140
53', c. closed at 51"_c: jiar4_._C.i3".-, closed
st 4- lie: January S9*i@4o4c, closed at39?ic;
May 404__>C«c, closed at 40 Sc. Oats were firm
and higher; cash, _7__ __._7 V October -'""%_.
2i "__.. closed at 274""" November __.'-*".
closed 274___.27.5c: December 27_j*C2S?_c.
closed at 27." _,?'..(-: year 27©... . c. closed
at 274 c; May __•*__&-- \c. closed at 3«*_c.
Kycsttadyat 51.. c. Barley was quiet at
I C24C Flax seed was steady at _!.__. Pork
in ..tir demand: cash and October {16.50; year
JI-.65512.70, closed at R 2.674 012.70; Jan*
; vary 8". -.57 iQiii closed at 512.70012. 724.
| Lard, stronger: cash and October $7.7__.7.75;
| November _7._-_j7.42 4. closed at $7.40; De-
I cember .7.32407. 85. Balk meats qniet:
i shoo: .--J '. short ribs 5 J. 25: abort clear
; $10.25. Butter, qaiet aad nnchanged on the
I produce exchange . extra grades of creamery
-J_>,eSc. extra firsts 2_©2*c : choice to faaey
dairy ____2_c Fg^s were firmer at 170174 c.
Whisky steady and unchanged at $1.13. Freights
— com to B«-_2.olS0i--C
- _l,ot_>b___Te_. of flonr: 142.000b_«h
- wheat: l__.oUob_a___a of corn: ISS.OOO
bcehcia 0/ oats: 16,000 bnsbels of rye;
121 -.-' h-shela of barley. Shipments, 28.000
barrels. of floor ; 23,000 __•__> of wheat :
."...UOO bnshsls" of com; 131,000 bushels of
oata; _.___ bashes of rye; -<*..._ boshes of
barley.
2:30. p. a. On the afternoon board — wheat
«as stronger and advanced "-»_. - Cam was
firm: October - adranced 4c: November
i aad 'lay advanced Jic °*!» were «n_ c;
October. November and ember advanced
_&_, Pork. firm: year end January advanced
24c Lard was steady; November advanced
2,c.
(blrago I.lt* -it-.-*..
Cbtcaco UT* <to_ _.
C_ncAO_, Oct. 9. — The Drovers* Joaraal re-
ports: Hogs, receipts 15,000 bead; sliipaeeaU
5.0 0 bead; the market wee brisk and 5c
i bister. ro__h pecking __.90___S._S; packing aad
I a_.i;___.: _3.4_«*5.«C: ____«_-___ »6.oo___._-:
skips and grassers $4.00©5.00. . Cattle,
receipts 8,000 head; shipments 2,900 head; the
market was steadier and for good grades firm;
export grades $B.Bo © 7. 25; good to choice
shipping $6.00@6. 75; common to fair $4.00
©5.80; range cattle Arm; Texans $8.4004.00;
Wyoming $6.37 Mi©5.40;i ©5.40; Wyoming Texans $3.60
©8.65. ■_- . X .-. .-.
New I'nxli.. <.
New York, Oct. 8. — Flonr, dull; receipts,
12,000 barrels; exports, 7,000 barrels ; common
to good extra, $2.85©3.30; good to choice,
$8.60©5.75; extra Ohio, $2. 90®5.50; Minnesota
patent process, $5. 80© 8. 00. Wheat, spot grades
a shade lower; options, steady; receipts, 470.000
bnshels; exports, 87,000 bushels ; No.v 2 spring,
83c; hard No. 1, Duluth, c. I. 1., 89"* c; No. 2,
spring, c. 1. t., 84 % ©Bsc; No. 1 spring, c. I. f.,
87c; ungraded red, 67©94_4c; No. 3 red, 82c;
No 2 red steamer Ss._c; N0.2 red, 87.4 ©88. ic;
No. 2 red, October sales 40,000 bushels at _•.©
86 "4 c, closing at 88 % c; November sales, 1,820,
--000 bushels at 87!_©86-, closing at 87S4c;De-;
cember salea,"., 168,000 bushela at 81*4 ©-0c,c.08
--ing at 89f_c; January sales, .84,000 bushels
at9l"__.©olKc, closing at 9l Vie; Febraary sales,
120,000 bushels at _ 3 „__•*'*'-*', closing at
93i_c; March sales, 72.000 bushels at .5&.5.4 C,
closing at 95_Jc: April sales, 16,000 bushels at
96_£®97c, closing at »6.» c; May galea, 152,
--000 bushels at .98?_©885_, closing at __.__.
Corn, spot lots lc, and options ',_©lc lower; re
ceipts 121,000 bushels; exports, 51,000 bushels;
ungraded 56@59c; No. 3, 57__<_-58c; No. 2, 62c;
sound yellow, 80c; No. 2, October, 60!4®61!ic,
closing at Co_£c; November, 595_©60J_c, closing
at 59J_c; December, 52*i®53c, closing at
52 He; January, 4S?j ©49c, closing at 48»£c;
February 40c; Mny,49._c. Oats, M©?-"" higher;
receipts, 159,000 bushels; exports, 220 bushels ; '
mixed western, 33@34c; white western, 38.4
, ©39 c. Coffee, spot, fair; Rio, dull; options
opened weak and closed steady; Rio. No.. 7,
spot, $8.65; sales were . reported as follows:
17,000 bags October, at $8.45; November $8.25©
8.30; December, $8. 25© 8. 35 ; January, $8.30©
8.40; February, $8.40; March, $5.40@8.45;
April, $3.50. Sugar was steady; centrifugal
5X ©5 c ; Cuba, 4_£c; white extra C,*s %c ; off
A, s._<&_.?,c; standard A, s _£c; English Island
4 5-Usc; granulated C!»c. Molasses, quiet and
nnchanged. ' Rice, steady 'and In good demand.
Petroleum, firm; united. 72 % c ; crude 6_i®7c;
refined. S®S>-ic. Tallow firm. Rosin dull at
-...© 1.30. Turpentine steady at 30@30*4c.
Eggs, western, firm at 214@22c. Pork,
firm; new mess $17.25.' Beef, quiet and un
changed. Cat meats, nominal;- long clear mid
dles 510.00. ' ' Lard," i steady";' western steam
spot, $8.00; October,' " $7.90®7.94; No
vember, $7.60®?. 70; December, *_..62©7._7;
January, $7.62©7.69;'- February $7. 7. 70;
March $7.72. Butter," quiet and unchanged.
Cheese, demand fair and market firm; western
flat 4®llc. Other articles are unchanged.
Petroleum. .. .■"_;."_._;
Cleveland, Oct. 9. — Petroleum unchanged;
Standard white 110 sold at 754 c.
Pittsburg, Oct. 9. — Petroleum was heavy;
certificates opened at 73"_c; advanced to 74c ;
declined to 72 !_c; and closed at 73_4c__" .
New York Dry Good*. •
New York, OcL 9.— The demand from agents
continues quiet, with the request calling for
: such assortments as are necessary to meet daily
requirements. With the temperature' more sea-
sonable there has been some improvement in
the jobbing trade and fair sales reported.
Turpentine.
Wilmington, N. C, Oct. 9. — Turpentine is
firm at 27c. • ■
Cincinnati Wills ... '
Cincinnati, Oct. 9. — Whisky ' was firm
at $1.11.
Duluth -Vbaat- i j
ISpeclal Telegram to tho Globe.l
Damn". Oct, 9. The markets on 'change to-
day ere irregular and lower, but quite active ;
sales of about 70,000 bushels. Prices at the call
were well sustained. Closing prices: No. 1 hard,
cash, 77__c; October 77?4c; November, 78_fc;
December, 80"ic; No. 2 hard. 73c; No. 1 north-
crn, 74c; No. 2 northern, . 72c; rejected 52 !4c.
Receipts, 109,261 bushels of wheat; 8,59e bush-
els of oats. Shipments, 87,000 bushels ot wheat;
14,904 bushels of oata. In atore, 1,203,755
bushela of wheat; 7.570 bushels of oats.
M inneaoolla Markets.
The following were the quotation* on 'change
yesterday afternoon:
Flour — Patents, $5.00©5.25; straights, $3.50
©3.75; clears, £3©3. 50.
Wueat — No. 1 hard. 77.4 c bid; N0. 2 hard, 74c ;
No. 1 regular, COc bid: No. 2.' 64 c. '
Coaa — Rejected, 44©47 c. . r»_i
Oats— No. 2. 23_t34c; rejected, 20@23c.
I 111 a..— c i . o\nui I . • .. .
Sbokts— sll.oo_. .
Mixed Feed— 18.00.
Hay— Choice No. 1 wild. $7.00 ©7. 50.
___7"_T is a Well Known Fact I In the
Diamond Dyes more coloring is given than
in any known ilyo . , and they give faster and
more brilliant colors, 10c at all druggist...
They are a great success. .Veils, Richard
son _. Co., Burlington, Vt.
Confirmation of Assessment for Con-
struction of a Sewer on Ter
n Slreet ,
Omn or toe Board or Public Work* *_ I YA',
Citt Of St. _____ Minn., Oct. 7, 1834. .
The assessment of benefits, costs and expenses
arising from the costrhrtion of * a sewer on
Temperance street, from Eighth (Sth) ' street to
Ninth i.th) street, in the city of St. Paul, Minne
sota, having been completed by the Board of Pablic
Works, in and for said city, said Board will meet
at their office in said city at 2 p. m., on the 37th
dayof October, A. D. IS*"!, to hear objections
(if any) to said assessment, at which timo and
place, nnlr«» "sufficient canse is shown tothe con
trary, said assessment will be confirmed by said
Board.
The following is a list of the supposed owners'
names, a description of the property benefited,
and the amounts assessed against the same, to
wit:" ;:-
Ho. fs Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot Block. Benefits.
A 11 lavel.der ....4 . 8127 00
Ww Jew „.3 ._« 1-7 00
V. D. Walsh Rearrangement St. Paul. j
Sopposed owner and
description. Let. Benefits.
Wm Dawson eta 1..'......'. 8 $127 00
Same 7. 50 80
Same..... 6, . 79 2..
Same .' ,_......". 5 . 127 00
All objections to said assessment must be
made in writing, and filed with the Clark of said
Board at least one day prior to said meeting.
JOHN FAIIRIN C.TO N. President.
Official: * '
K. L. G . v.*t.KS, Clerk Board ot Public Works.
; 2*4---. ' ■-■*■;
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L_E(.Al__
LEGAL.
S\. i ■'-" TO ■■" RAMSET
— ss. In Probate Court, Special term. September
<_. i-si. .
In the matter of the estate of William H. Tack, de-
...alter of tbe cstst <• of WiUiam 11. Tuck, de-
ceased. *a* ■„
Whereas, an Instrument in writing, purporting to
be the last will and testament of William 11. Tack,
deceased, and the probate thereof, ln tbe connty
of Anne Arundel, state of Msry.aad.h-_s been dellv-
ered to thia conrt;
And whereas, Philip H. Tuck, has filed herewith
hit petition, representing among other things that
said William H. Tuck died at said coanty of Anne
Ar __•!.. '-■land, testate, and that said petitioner
it one of the administrators with the will annexed of
said estate '.n the taid Mate of Maryland, and praying
that the said Instrument may be admitted to probate,
aad that ie.i<-T_ of adminis. ration with tbe will an-
nexed be to Silas B. Waltb Issued thereon:
It Is ordered, that the proofs of aald Instrument.
and the said petition, be heard before tbit con .at
the Probate office said coanty. on Monday; the ■>.. h
day at October. ._. D. IS**, at ten o'clock In the fore-
noon, wbea all concerned may appear and contest the
probate of said tsstrntneat;
And li is farther ordered. That pnblic notice of the
tint an. place of aaM bearing be giver, to an persons
interested, by publication of these orders for three
weeks successively previous to aaid day of bearing.
in the Dailt Gloss, a newspaper printed and pub-
lished at Saint Paul in said eoaaty.
By the Coart.
L. s.l WM. B. McGRORTT,
Judge of PrnHate.
Attest: r____ __r,j!____T. Jr.. Clerk. _.;.-.._-. w-frt
Shen ffe Sale.
Sheriffs Sale,
By virtue of so exec-: loa Issued oat of the District
_____ of the Second Judicial Mstrtct. coonty of Itam-
sey. atate of Mlsaesota. ba which Wlßiaa C____._o_>h
li plaintiff sad Andrew Bscl_bo___ is d_fet_<___3t.
; which eiemtloa la directed and delivered to me foe
service. I hare levied apoa the real estate herelasf
| ter dft.r.bed. aad -iUeell lbe««me at pabOe aactfcn
to the _______ bidder, fur cath. at the front door of
the Jail tot-ding, an the ctty of St. PaaL la aald
c-anty of Kiaany. oa Saturday, the ISth day af Oc
tober. A. D. ISM. st 10 o'clock la the forenoon of
that day. Said real estate betas described as fol-
low*, the west half .wi,- of kit No. nine rs. of ______
__M___aM of block So. ft__ty__e ■_'■■ of Lyman
Day tag's s____ to tbe city of Saint Paat, la Barnt-
a cy c ____y. Minnesota. _
Dated at __. P__L this 4th day of September A.
D. :•-. ■
- __T.!fRT O'GOEMATC. '"
Ohailf Ramsey County, aim;
Ee«.s. P.T*i __ It**. PIS-Of--- Attatocy.
._~J_.i-.e-
• •
An Efficient Remedy
In nil cases of Bronchial and Pulmo*
ii-iiry Affections is Aykr's Cherry
.Pectoral. , As such it is recognized and
prescribed by the medical profession, and
in many thousands of families, for the
- past forty years, it has beeu regarded as an
invaluable, household remedy. It is a
preparation that only requires* to be taken
In verrnmiill quantities, and a fen* doses
Of It __________ in the early stages of a
cold or cough will effect a speedy cure,
and may, very ] 0.-siblv, save life. Thero
is no doubt whatever that
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Has preserved the lives of great numbers
of persons, by arresting the development of
. Laryngitis., Bronchitis, Pneumonia,
and Pulmonary Consumption, and by
the cure of those dangerous maladies, lt
should be kept ready for use in every
family where there are children, as it l.s a
medicine far superior to all others in the
treatment of Croup, the alleviation of
-Yhoopiug Cough, and the eureof Colds
and Influenza, ailments peculiarly mci
dental to childhood and youth. Prompti
tude in dealing with all diseases of this
class is of.the •.•♦most importance. The
Joss of a single day may, in many cases,
entail fatal consequences. Do not waste
precious time In experimenting with
medicines of doubtful efficacy, while the
malady is constantly gaining a deeper
bold, but take at once the speediest ___*_
most certain to cure,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
PREPARED BY
D*. J. C. Ayer & Co., Fit mil. Mas.*. ,
Sold by all Druggists.
State of MINNESOTA, COTNTY OF RAMSEY.
Difttrlri Court, Second Judicial District.
In the matterof the assignment of Emilie J. Barthel,
Notice Is hereby given, that the undersigned will
until the 15tU day of October, A. D. 1884, at 1.
o'clock, noon, of said day, at the late offlce of Emilie
J. Barthel, in the city of St. Paul, Minn., receive
sealed bids for the following assets, of which he la
the assignee, In the manner following, that is to say:
For the stock of merchandise lately belonging to said
Emilie J. Hart less all goods sold up to the date
of the approval of the successful bid, as an entirety,
for the store and offlce fixtures pertaining . the late
business of said Emilie J. Barthel, as another en
tirety; for the bills and accounts receivable of said
Emilie J. Barthel remaining unpaid at the time uf
tin- approval by the court of the successful bid as
another entirety. All bids to be based upon the
schedules filed in said court by said debtor as modi
fled by subsequent sales and collections as aforesaid,
and to be subject to the approval of said court, and
with the right reserved to reject any and all bids.
E.S. NORTON,
281-86 Assignee, St. Paul, Minn.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COINTY OF RAMSEY,
—ss. District Court, Second Judicial District.
William Cunningham and Charles L. Haas, copart
ners as Cunningham & Haas, against Oscar L. Jebe
and George Haas, copartners as Jebe & Haas.
SUMMONS, DEMAND SUM CERTAIN.
The State of Minnesota to the above named defend-
ants:
You are hereby summoned and required to answer
the complaint of the plaintiffs in the above entitled
action, which ls un fileln the office of the clerk of the
said court, at his office at St. Paul, Minnesota, and to
serve a copy of your answer to said complaint onthe
subscriber, at his office, in the city of St. Paul, In
the county of Ramsey, within twenty days after the
service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the
day of such service; and, if you fail to answer said
complaint within tbe time aforesaid, the plaintiffs in
this action will takejudgment again, you, and each
of yon, for the sum of eight hundred and fifty-five
and -100 dollars, and Interest thereon since Sep
tember 23d, 1884, at the rate of seven per cent, per
annum, besides the costs and disbursements of this
action.
Dated September 24, 1884.
ALFRED S. HALL,
Plaintiffs' Attorney, St. Paul, Minn.
oet2-7w-frl
TATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSEY
- . .. ln Probate court, special term, September
23, 1384. * .= "* ■
In the matter of the estate of Louis E. Hauser,
deceased.
On reading and filing the petition of Louisa C. Hau-
ser, executrix of the estate of Louis E. Hauser,
deceased, representing among other things, that she
bas administered ..aid estate, as far as the goods.
chattels and estate of said deceased would extend,
and praying that a time and place be fixed for exam
mining and allowing her account of administration,
for the distribution of the balance in hands among
the several creditors of said estate, and forthe assign-
ment of the homestead of said deceased to her ac
cording to law.
It is ordered, that said account be examined, and
petition heard, by tbe Judge of this Court, on Satur
day, the 1 .ll day of October. A. D. 1334, at 10
o'clock a. in., at the Probate office, In said county.
And it is further ordered, that notice thereof he
given to all persons interested, by publishing a copy
of this order for three successive weeks prior to said
day of hearing, in the Daily Globe, a newspaper
printed and published at Saint Paul, ln said county. ■
By the Court. . W.M. B. MoGRORTT,
[L.s.] . Judge of Probate.
Attest: Frank Robert, Jr., Clerk.
Wu. S.Moore, Attorney for Executrix. . sep2S-4w-fr
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF BAMSEV.
—as. In Probate Court,, apecial term, September
22, 1884.
In the matter of the estate of George W. Getty, de-
ceased.
On reading and filing the petition of Daniel Getty,
of said connty, representing, among other things,
that George "A ., Getty, late of said county, on the 17th
day of September A. d. 1884, at the village at White
Bear, in said county, died intestate, and being an
inhabitant of this couniy at the time of his death,
leaving goods, chattels and estate within this county,
and thai the said petitioner Is the father of said de
ceased, and praying that administration of said es
tate be to him granted:
It Is ordered, that said petition be heard before the
Judge of this cpurt, on Thursday, the 23d day of
October, A.l). 1884. at ten o'clock a. m., at the
l'robate office. In said county. ••
Ordered further, that notice thereof he given to
the heirs of said deceased, and toall persons Interest
ed, by publishing a copy of this order for three suc
cessive weeks prior to said day of hearing. In the
Dailt Globe, a newspaper printed and published at
Saint Paul. in said county.
By the Court, • Wm. B. McOP.OP.TT.
fL.s.] .•.--_-• -:. •: i Judge of Probate.
Attest: Fn_n__ Robert. Jr., Clerk. scp26-lw-frl
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAMSET
— as. In Probate Court, special term, October 2,
MM,
In the matter of the estate of Martha Clark, dc-
ceased.
On reading and filing the petition of Harry Clark.
On reading and filing the petition of Harry Clark.
executor of the estate of Martha Clark de
ceased, representing among otber things that he has
fully administered said estate, and praying that a
time and place be fixed for examining and allowing
his account of administration, and for the assign
ment of the residue of said estate to the persons en
titled thereto by law;
It la ordered, tbat said account be examined, and
petition heard, by the Judge Of this conn, on Monday,
the 27th dsy of October. A.D. 1884, at ten o'clock
a. m. at the Probate office In said county.
And It Is further ordered, that notice thereof be
given to all persons interested, by publishing a copy
of this order for three successive weeks prior to said
day of hearing. In the Daily GLone. a newspaper
printed /nd published at Saint Paul in said county.
By the Court,
[L.S.J WM. P.. Mr il.TY. .
Judge of Probate.
Attest: Frank Robert. Jr., Clerk.
W. J. BoawnOj Attorney for Executor.
M__M_M *
Notice of Mortgage Sale.
Notice oi Mortgage Sale.
Whereat default has been made In tbe conditions
of a certain mortgage executed and delivered by
Richard Madden, a widower, mortgagor, to the Work
ingmen's Building and Loan Society, a corporation
duly organized and existing under the laws of the
state of Minnesota, mortgagee, dated the fourteenth
day of February. A. I). ___!___•_ hundred and eighty
three, and recorded tn the office of the Register of
Deeds, of the county of Ramsey, in said state of Min
nesota, on tbe fifteenth day of February, A. D. 1833,
at two o'clock In the afternoon, lv Bask --51" of
mortgages, on page 2-5, whereby the said mortgagor
granted, moitgsged and conveyed onto the taid mort
gagee. The Worklngmcn'a Balldlng and Loan Society.
Its successors or assigns, all the following described
lands and premises situate in aald Ramsey coonty I
and state of Minnesota, to-wit: Commencing at the I
beast comer of tbe west half of the northeast
quarter of southwest quarter of section numbered j
twenty-eight (28). in town _.lp numbered twenty-nine j
(29). range twenty-two (22.. running thence west one .
hundred and fifty-seven (137) feet to beginning of ■
land herein described, thence at right angles south \
one hnndred (100) feet, thence west at right angles
one hundred and seven (107) feet: thence north and
parallel with said east Use of said quarter section one
hundred (100) feet; thence east and parallel with said
tooth line of said section one hundred and seven (lift.
feet 1 9 place of beginning; also, tht right of use and
wa/ of a strip of land east immediately of the land
Just declined, being fifty (50; fee; in width snd ex-
tending south from north line of aforesaid tract, till
It reaches the northeasterly line of the grant of the
Saint Pan. and DulQth railroad company, to-
gether with all tbe tenements, hereditaments
and appurtenances thereunto belonging, which said
said mortgage was given for the purpose of securing
the payment of the sum of three hundred and fifty
dollars aad premium and Interest thereon, ace.cd.'n.
the conditions of a certain bond, bearing date of
•aid F.«- tceath day of February. I_s_. for seTen
hundred dollars, execnted and delivered by aaid
Rich .rd Madden to the said Workingmen's Balldlng
and L jea Society: and whereas default has been
.Bade In the c ___"U_ as of said bond sod mortgage and
saeb default baa continued to exist for more thaa
tlx atoßths snd there la claimed to be doe. sad Is
dne. apoa the said bond and m irtgage at tbe date of
this notice tbe stun of Three hundred sad aerenty-
•e.ea dollars sad seventy-sir cents .«3.7...i-. and
whereas, by the terms of asid mortgage, there It al-
lowed to aald mortgagee as attorney's fee. In ease of
foreclosure of t_Jd mortgage, tbc ante of twenty-
flve dollars: and bo action or proceeding of __y kind
has been .s."".'' : >' _•_"• <•..:--. to recover the
debt aecwrad by said mortgage, or my put ilurcrf.
Xow, thei ofore. notice is hereby even, that by
rtrtoe of a power of sale e____aed in said mortgage
aad the ..state in such case made and provided, the
■dd mortgage wilt be foreclosed by a sate of aaM
mortgaged premises, and h-retabefore described, at
the west front door of the Jail -gilding -jr/a the
Coe?. titrate square la the City of Sstnt PaaL In
slid ttammry coanty. Minn wtt. st politic auction.
by the sheriff of said Ramsey coanty. oa Saturday.
the Eighteenth dsy of October. 1 _ M. at ten o'clock
lathe fbreaooa. to satisfy the a______ which shall
then be dae on said bond and mortgage with all the
lezal costs snd disbursements.
Dated. St. PanL July 2*. ISM-
Ln-rd. ■ Pa:.- -'*-*■ '-«■ '•'-'•
TaiWeuix.iti'i B____>t_.o ast* lx.att _____tt,
- Mortgage?.
Otto Kr____ri_. Attorney foe Mortgagee.
.
.
BUSINESS HOUSES. . I
HADING BUSINESS MEM
' OF—.
ST.PAUL, - - MINN j
AITORifEYS AHD COCKSFLLORS AT LAW
Stanford Newel, Attorney at Law. First Nattoa
-"bank building; corner of Fourth and Jackaon ....
9.185
Thomas G. Eaton, ltocmSO, Gilflllan block, 36.
Pnul, Minn. *" ,
ARCHITECTS.
E. P. IiASHFoni., Room 28, Gilflllan block.
11. S. Treiiebne, C. E., 19 Gilflllan block.
A. D. Hinsdale, Presley block.
A. M. Radcliff, Mannheimer block. :,.'•'•.'.-''*.
J. Walt-Sb Stevenson, Davidson block, Rooma
25 & 26.
"" ART IS _' MATERIALS. _ '
Sherwood Hough, corner Third and Wabashaw
. Banna <_. Roberts, 71 East Third street. St.
Paul. - ■ " '
— — — —^— — — — — — — — — .^— — — — — !
_ COORS A.D STATIONERY.-
Sherwood Houoh. corner Third and Wabaahaw
Sherwood Hough, corner Third and Wahaahaw
St. Paul ßookAStationi-BY Co., 127 EaatThird j
CAR-tIACES AT SLEIGHS, |
A. Nirroi.T. East Sixth street, Letween Jack
eon and Sibley streeta.
CARPETS AHD WALL PAPER. ~~
John Matheis, 17 East Third street.
.V. L. Anderson. 12i.'Ea8t Third street. I
tRY HOODS Wholesale. ;
Auerbach, Finch <fc Van Slt___, Sibley street i
between Fourth and Fifth.
DRY GOODS— Retail.
Lindeke. Lapp & Co.. 13 East Third Street
GROCERIES— WhoIesaIe, ~
. P. H. K«i._,t & Co.. 142 to 148 East Third street.
~~ HARDWARE AHD TOOLS.
-■'■' F. G. Draper & C 0.," 53 East Third street.
♦ i =
JL WI.LLRB A.tD WATCHHARLRS. .
Jl WIU RS AXD WATCHHAKtRsT"
Emu. Gkist, S3 East Third street.
LOORIfC CLASSES.
Stevens* ___•_--____ .on, .tJ_,a_t Third street, _;.
Steyixs-S 1; ._;__-_ box, 71 East Third stroet, ii.
Paul. ' -
PICTURES FRAMES. _
Stevens _ __oa_-___o.a. »1 ______ Thirl street..;.
Paul.
~TRI\K RS. _
Ckippen * Dp^on. 74 East Third street.
TV. H. Oakland. 41 East Third street.
~~ IS AM D LIBORS— Wholesale.
B. Ia ul _: Co., Wt.ole.».e dealera m n_uoi___i
B. Kiul & Co., .Vhole »le dealers •** U_uorau
wines, 194 East Third street, St. PaaL
" ~ WHOLESALE _-OTIQ_S.
Abth.tr, abiuUi <_. ABiio'r . 18. aud is. E__:
Arthur. Waiuuui _ Abboth 188 and 133 E__:
Tliird street. '
~~ WHOLE. ALi; HARDWARE.
Strong, Uackbtt __ Co., 213 to 219 East Fourth
street. •
BRIDGE MATERIAL.
Si. Paul Foundry Go.
MANUTACTURERS 011
CAST MD WROUGHT IXOJ
Bfflfti&MiieM
Send for cuts of columns. All kinds of cast-
inpc made on short notice. "Works on St. P., M.
&M. R. R., near Como avenue. Office, Fourth
street, corner Robert, St. Paul. H. W. TOPPING,
Manager. C. M. Power, Secretary and Treasurer
03.
GAS FITTERS.
3l.P__L.__ & wmm,
PLUMBERS,
TINNERS, and
GAS FITTERS,
IIE TIK & YE_TI.__TI._G A SPFXIALTY.
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
Agents loi 'tie ßuckeye Stoves ___ Ranges
The Beat in the World.
lIC West Third St., op. Metropolitan Hotel,
ST. PAUL, MINN. 180
*^"** *""~ I ____ T~ ~ "I**"- ""^""" **™ ""*""* __!
TAILOBINO.
iillii
146 EAST THIRD STREET.
. _-—_______—.
GRATEFUL— COMFORTING.
GRATEFUL— COMFORTING.
EPPS'S COCOA.
Bks.iL AKF
"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 welt-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has
provided our breakfast tables with a delicately
flavored beverage which may save as many heavy
doctor's bills. It is by the judicious use of anch
articles of diet that a constitution may be gradu-
ally built np until atrong enough to resist every j
tendency of disease. Hundreds of subtle mala- j
dies are floating around ua ready to attack where v- j
er there is a weak point. We may escape many a ,
fatal shaft oy keeping ourselves well fortified
with pnre blood and a properly nourished frame." j
Civil Service Gazette.
Made simply witb boiling water or milk. Sold
in tins only (Vi lb and lb) by Grocers, labeled thua:
It .Si 0 LUD • __ Oil UoßMßopatble Chemist*
Jfll.-O -iff >ttIU . dps. ___.___»
PILES! PILES r
A cure cure for Blind, Bleeding, - Itching and
Ulcerated Piles, has been discovered by Dr. Wil
liam, (an Indian remedy) cailed Dc WILLIAM'S
• INDIAN OINTMENT. A single box has cured
i the worst chronic cases of 25 years' standing. No
. one need suffer five minutes after applying thia
i wonderful soothing medicine. . Lotions aod in
! atrumenls do more harm than good. William's
j Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense •
j 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 '
i of the Private parts, and for nothing else. For
i sale by ail druggists, and mailed on receipt of
pi ice, $1. _-OY__SB__o__ __ CUTLER, Wholeaale
: Agent, St- Panl. Minn.
'ST.PAUL. _____.NEAFOLIS & MANITOBA BAILWAY.
:f__.__-go SHORT I_T:N-__.
ONLY ALL BAIL LINE TO ..INNII AND IMM BRITISH NORTH
Tm*** tabu. j *__,
" *~ ~" - I Leave ,___* v» Mini Arrival (Arrival Mia
I __. PaaL : _eap____.| Paul. j nsapolie. *
Brown's -.alley, Br ___!_<_«_, Wahpeton, B_ro__ ville ____________ __«, .__.
ua Fare.. .. »7_»am §_»a_a . •7_»pm -.-Spa
.er_.u_ Falls, MocTh_s_L _r^^Cxx_»___»t___, BUTlnosnt, - .
5 Wtonlp-g *-. ___Oam __oam *a__pta l_4op_a
fct. (.load Acco-Hoods--"- via Monttceiio and Clear- 'TTT. „nM J '„_*._.,»
__,__ *M~"*™W**WTO* *2_3opm I:ospm _2_B» m' lIMHo
S_CloadT-«^ni-_-_ii^Vta____»k-"__^ ____p_a 4so3p___ *l__.ia_a 10_.a_a
i_te_k___r_-«e, Wahpeton, C___e!t__. Hope, Portland,
MajviLe, .roo-stua, for*-, t>avU. l-aA. audi-. _ ' „«lL
"_«_. • i ef._Bopn_ B:ospm '/♦Tiio am) Cjssa»
trim* "____ M_-__-_*d. Fargo, Oread Pork*, Devil- __„ »«,__■
____^L^^Wee_^ai_tW_--it>e_ I t**_»pm »:10pm f.:CO»m, t3sa»
i£*M,p. m- fcS^TonSS[i_'r--y runs enly to "W __bpet___ b7__© a. m. .rata on Monday runs only from Wat.
petoa. ._ . ' : — ! — : — — - .____" '. — __
ST. _P__--TJI_ te 3___l_W_N__CA._?Ol_lS SHORT _____* K.
Leave ft lanl— t_loaa_, • .-Oast, .:_.s_b. ___oa__, .__* am. •___ am, ___) am, "-30 am, 10:30 era
_____ an,. l____p_a, 1-to tb, l-__f___, ___» pia _;:->_-. **» m, _■-.-. pm, *S__ _> m, 4_M pa, *._« »m,
•__*_.___ litps, .--«»-__, <>A*-i pm, BS-0 pre. ii_.pa ■-'•" •-„___.•" ,_^
Lea- _________*ip--ls^ »< * ex. __Oa m. . _t* am. 7.10 am, 7:2. am. 7_»a m, (.-Warn, 930 aa,
_*_*»» a. ii___»a_^ 11:45. ___* __.__■__» pn, ttiW xo. 1:13 ?m. l_S_ pm, __0 m, m, 4:30 __
» _.__, -in-, _:2Spa_. *_-.-. pm. -_-_p_. "7:53 paa. .:_» m. 10*1 pa. _ '
All ..-__.__« daily except st foti-wt: 'Dally except _un___y, .except Monday. ir*"sa**t Saturday.
IST* Elegant tleeperaoa^n throcgh trains. ■ * ■ - ■ - . - : ' .
— __7paT__^^7aTt____t, ' try Ticket Agent, cor Third aad Sib-ay -Create-, brown ft Senate-, Agents
■ M^_n____PCLl_--J. E. B_i»»h. General Agent, sndH. L. Martin. Ticket _____ Cnion depot. Bridge
i .._..,_ __ U. "_,'_<_:>:-. -UM-it. Vi»____ .
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TRAVELERS' GUIDE
St. Paul Hallway Time Tablf.*,
CHICAGO.
_LPa_l,Mlßi.aili.&Oito
AND '...•. ".;.:'. ■
dago & litest.]!
RAILWAYS.
THE ROYAL OUTE,
EAST. SOUTH A_fD WEST.
_._»______.« tKAiaa. L.^_L*BTB„ I- „LlaTO
I Minneapolis I St. PauL
Dcs Moines fast Exp". aaa. . . j 4. -.45 am I -.00 am
Fast Chicago Expreaa j .its prai . :00pm
Fast Atlantic Ex... ■ • _:l_pm _.:lXipin
ElouxC.,B'o__xF.*<'lpest'nel .li.Sain, 17:00* m
Shakopee and Merriam Jet. | "6:30 am .:09m
Omaha and Kansas Cltr.... "4:85 '8:80
Chicago Local Express 17 80 a m I_:o3_. m
Central Wisconsin Express.. , ...Mam I ■ 18:05. ji
St.akopee and Men-lam Jet. ' "_:Sopmj _:o_p _
ILake Superior Expreaa. ..'• t7i_oam f8:S0-.__t
Stillwaterand Kiver Falls.. i .9:30 am; 10:05a -a
Stillwater and RlYer Falls.. |4:30 pml •(_ : os p m
Bt. Paul _ Pierre Ex I __:05nlght .1:30 p m
Dining Cars thr finest ln the world and luxurl.iu
Smoking Boom Sleepers on all fast trains to Chicago.
~ _______ so T-uatT" sf?aTu,. M*ff^
St. Paul * Pierre Ex j *3:00 am! .:%a__f
St. Paul & Pierre Ex .:00am _:.»_
Chicago Day Ixpress .... •__:.-? am •6:45 am
Men-lam Jet. and Shakopee.' "12:30pm - •l:00p_c
Chicago Night Express .:00 pm "1:45
ElouxC Sioux F __-ipest'ne 18:25pm .7:55;.
Omaha and Kansas City... 12:45 "12:15 pro
ILatce Superior Express.... 16:05 i6:43p nt
Merriam Jet. and Shakopea '8:15 pm "8:03 ;> a
Chicago Local Express 15:25pm ,3:sßp_t
Central Wisconsin Express. 15:25 pm '8:58 pa
BiYerFall* v 19:25 am 19:58 a a
KlYerFalla 15:25pm 15:58pia
DesMolnes Fast Express... 18:25 pm| .7;?. pa
•Dally. 1 Except Sundays » trains to StiU wat at
{Lake Superior Express connects at Washburn -
with steamers of Lake Superior Transit Co. for: tha
east ... ""'",- if
{gr-Tlcketa, sleeping car accommodations, a____i
Information can be secured at •:;'.:'
No. 13 Nicollet House block, Minneapolis, „ -.-_. j
. .._. , Ticket A_je__. -
H. L. MARTIN, Agent. Minneapolis Jspcvj.'
Corner Third and Jackson atreeta, St. Paul. ■■:■■•:■ b.
CHAS. H. PETSCH, City, Ticket Agent. ...
KNEBEL St BBOWN, AgenU. St. Paul Union Oep_. ,
NORTHEM P .CIFIC FLU,
THE NEW
* THE HEW
"Overland Route
_____ Or_*.Y LIN"- TO
Portland. 0n... and f lie Paciflc If orfhw_st
The -Pioneer ALine" bettreen St. Paul,
Minneapolis! Moorhead and Fargo, and »*
ONLY Line running Mining Cara **'***
Pullman Sleeper* between tliose points.
— — — - , . Leave
Departing Traina. ' Leave Minnuap-
St. Paul. oils. '
Paciflc express •____ m •«:4Bpm
Fargo day express. .... 17 :55 a m I_:Bsata
Fargo Fast Expreaa i *4 rOS p m *4 :45 pnt
Fargo and Mandan night ex *BrfX> p m *8:40 pno
oar- , man sleepers, elegant day coaches,
second class couches, and emigrant Bleeping cara
between St Paul, Minneapolis, Fargo, Dak.; and
Portland, Ore., without change. Horton reclining
chair cars on Fargo day express, without extra charge
for ladies, or gentlemen accompanied by ladies noli'
ing flrst-class tickets.
_ ~ Arrive
Arriving Trains, \ Minneap- Arrive
oils. St. PaaL
Atlantio express. .1:50 am <_2:Bopia
Fargo day expre-* 16:20 t6*ssp-a'
Fargo Fast Express "11:50 am '12:30pm
Fargo and Mandan night ex *7 :10 » m .:60 _, a
*•__»".>. i __._,_ -i_ suutlay.
City office. St Paul, 323 (old N0. 43. Jackson 9 _:ea_.
Cili office, ______.»__ lis, No. 10 Nicollet house.
CHAS. 8. FEB,
General Passenger Agent.
CHICAQCV ~~~
Milwaukee* St. Paul I' y.
THE FAST MAIL, LINE.
Pullman Sleepers with Smoking Rooms, and tha
finest Dining Cars In the world are run on alt
Ma. line trains to and from Chi
cago ami Milwaukee.
dipabtino -i___i___» ... Lore _Le*ve.
Minneapolis. St. PauL
La ( r.*n', Dubuque and
Bt. Louis Ex 3 5:10 a. m. B 5:45 a.' m.
Prairie Mv Chlen, Mil., *'. J' "■*'" .'
and Chicago Ex B 8:20 m. ■ B 8:30 a. Nt
Calmar and Davenport Ex B 8-20 a. in. B 8:80 a. in.
Mason City. Albla and
Kansas City Ex . A _ B 8:20 a. m. B 8:30 a.m.
Pickering and Council
Bluffs Ex B 8:20 a. m. B 8:30 a. m.
Mllbank* Fargo Ex..... BE a.m. . B 8:00 a.m.
Milwaukee and Chicago
Km*. Ex A 1:15 p. m. A 2:00 p. m.
Mason City, Albia and
Kansas City Ex....... B 4:30 p. m. B 4:30 p. m.
Dcs Moines and Council
niufta Ex ; B 4:30 p. m. B 4:30 p. m.
La Crosae Paasenger .. B 4:30 p. m. B C:o3p. m.
Aberdeen ft Mitchell Ex. A 4:50 p. in. A 4:00 p.m.
ouvflle and Far.ro Ex. A 8:10 p. m. A 7:30 p. m.
Milwaukee and Chicago
Fa5tEx, .,..,, ...... A 8:15 p. m. j 'S:oop.Tn.
_JUUvi_so iiiAi si. Arrive Arrive •
fcl. PauL Minneapolis
Chicago and Milwaukee
1-..1 Ex A 6:00 a.m. A 6:43 a.m.
Fargo and Ortonvllle Ex A 8:30 a. m. A 7:50 a.m.
Davenport * Calmar Ex 15 10:.5 a. m. li 10:48 a. m.
Kantaa City, Albla and -:'X,'.i
Mason City Ex B 10:35 a. m. B 10:45 a. in.
Council Bluffs and Dea
Msinea B 10:39 a. m. B 10:45 a. m.
Mitchell _. Alierdeen Ex A 12:80 p. m. A 11:50 a. m.
Chicago and Milwaukee
FastEx A 1:00 p.m. A 1:45 p.m.
Fast Mall and La Crosse
Ex..... B 8:25 p.m. B 4:00 p.m.
Chicago, Milwaukee and
Prairie dv Chien Ex.. B 6:42 p.m. B 6:50 p.m.
Kansas City, Albia and
Ma. on City Ex B 6:42 p.m. B 6:50 p. in.
Council Bluffs and Pick-
crlng .' B 6:42 p.m. B 6:50 p.m.
Fargoft Mllbank Ex.. B 8:45 p.m. B 7:45 p.m.
St. Louis, Dubuque and
Crosse Ex B 9:10 p. m. B 9:45 p. m
A means Dally. B Except Sunday. '
Additional trains between St. Paul and Minneapo
lis via "Short Line" leave both cities hourly; for par
ticulars sec Stall Line time tables.
ft. Paul— Chaa. Thompson. City Ticket Agent. 1 _
East Third street. Brown ft ______ Ticket Agents.
Union Depot.
Minneapolis— O. L. Scott. Ctty Ticket Agent, No. 1
let Ho -a*. A.B. chamberlain, Ticket Agoat,
Depot.
a :■ as ■ i . ., a . . .. . r
Ml.3H.__ APOLIS ft ST. LOU ib RAILWAY.
Mil._i_-APOLIB ft B.T, LUOib ____!__*___ l*.
ALBERT LEA ROUTE
~~~ Le. St. Paul Ar. St. Pant
Chicago Express ;. j .:00 am '8:05 am
DetMolnet* Kansas City Ex. ■7:ooam '8:05 a
Bt. Louis "Through" Expresi .2:50 pm f 12:20 put
DesMolnes* Kansas City Ex.' 2:50 pm J12:20p m.
Excelsior and Winthrop. . .. -*:Wpi_. _'_:_op ra
Chicago "Fast" Expreaa ] ■ t:_tf ml d7:4sam
~ t) daily, 'dally except ."no days, + daily except .St
anley, i dally except Monday. Ticket ofiiee St. Paat
comer third and Sibley streets, E. A Whitaker, CHy
"ticket snd PaaaeoKer Agent, and Union Depot.
__F.BOT_.V->:
(treis. Ticket snd Passenger Agent. -dinneapot l •
———-»■—■—»»«■ vummmmmmmmm. mgjggjmmfjgg^ .' '_. 1«..J-_.
MM a__ lasmunaHs
EMPORIUM,
10 -West Third slreet, St. PauL
_ respectfully invite the attention of ladies and
genUemen to my large, Most complete and ele
gant stock of new Masquerade Costumes, fof
hails, parties, theatrical performances, old folks.
concerts, tsLlesus ,'Ac.
Masks at wholesale.
Country parties, scud for list and prices, . ' 7
P. J .__rl_fc:S_l__.N.
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