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. FINANCIAL
VOr.NIKO KEPOBT.
New York. Nov. 10. — 11 a. Stocks:
Generally strong and prices show an advance of
' li&K percent. Union Pacific sold up to 48^,
Western Union Telegraph to 58, Lake Shore to
)5H and Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
IO2?£. At 11 a weaker feeling prevailed.
ArTERKOOX BEPOnT.
jfcncy at I@2 per cent. Bar silver, $1.08.
Stocks— During the past hour irregular and
Grangers and Central Pacific weak, while Union
Pacific and Yanderbilta were firm. It is stated
the Union Pacific company will issue shortly
second collateral trust bondage take care of the
floating debt, the amount of which is narrowly
estimated at £5,000,000 to $7,000,000. Stocks
stronger and more active this afternoon. The
strength of the market frightened the email
bears into covering. In the final sales there was
» slight reaction on Bale* to realize, but the
market closed firm.
Morning Board Quotations.
GOVERNMENT*. ' " ". " C \
Threes'. ..100J« Fours coupons... 121 «i
«*s<lo jf..'.112«i Pacincesof '95. .126
•toujc*. •
Adams Express.. 130 N. J. Central.... 42 ■>
Allegheny Cent.. B>4 North'n Pacific... 17*
Alton &T. H.... 18 do preferred. 42
do preferred... 75 Northwestern.... 82£
American 92& do preferred...
8.. C. It. Nt... 60 N. i. Central.... 85J4
Canada Southern. 30 N.Y..C. &St. L. Mi
. Central Pacific... 33 X do preferred. 8
Chicago & Alt 128 Ohio Central 2%
do preferred... 144 Ghio&Miss 16
C.,8. &Q 117/4 do preferred... 45
C..M.L. &N. 0.. 82 Ontario & West. . \\%
C.,8. <t Clevo... 23 O.R. N....... 69*
Cleveland A Col.. 30 Oregon Trans.... 12H
Delaware A 11... 83 Ji Pacific Mall 4a-,,
Del. & Lack 102* Panama 98
Denver & li. G... B',» Peoria, D. *K. 12&
Erie 124 Pittsburg 137«
do preferred... 20 Reading 2.' 3 i
Fort Wayne 126 Kock 181and.....109«4
lian. &St. Joe... 3854 St.L. &S. F 20
do preferred... fcyji do preferred... 38
Harlem 180 do Ist prefd... 844
IJou8ton& Tex.. 35 Mil. & St. Paul... 73
lllinoir Central. . .114 do preferred. . .104
]iid., lit West.. 13 Paul & Man.. KOtf
Kansas* Texas.. 14!4 Si. Paul & O'na.. 27
Lake Erie & W.. 11 do preferred... 85
Lake 5h0re...... 65 Texas Pacific... 9H
L'ville& Nash... 23» Union Pacific... 48
L., N. A. AC... 10 United State*.... 51
2J. &. C. Ist pfd. 10 Wab., St. L. & P. 44
do2d pref'd... 5 do preferred. 11
Mrir.pb.it! A C 25 Wells A Fargo... 105
a; ich. Central.... 63 West. Union T. .. 67
Jlinn'B&St. L... 104 O^uirknilver 3
do preferred... 24 do preferred... 30
I'.o. Pacific 9l?i Pullman Pal. Car. 108 V,
Mobile* 0hi0.... 6/4 C, St. L. A Pitts. 7
Morris A Esses. .122 do preferred... IS
P«G &St. L.'... 35
•Asked. tllicL JOffered. |Ex. int. . JEx.
div. ■ • .' ; ';'•-• ■
EVEWINO REPORT.
Money easy at l&H, per cent., closed offered 1.
Prime mercantile paper 5&0 per cent.
Sterling exchange, bankers' bill* firmer at 54.79 Vt ;
do. ex. demand, S-l.fcS^.
Produce exports for the week, $5,543,000.
Governments — Firm. ,»'-'
Kaiiroad Bonds Steady.
State Securities — Quiet.
. . Stocks the opening the market was irregu
lar but the changes unimportant. After the
first call there was an advance of '■■(. '■) per
cent.. Union Pacific and Vanderbilts being
especially strong. Subsequently grangers and
Central Pacific weakened. Central Pacific falling
off from 34 }i to 32, Chicago A Northwestern
from 83 to 82^ and Chicago, Milwaukee A St.
Paul 74 to 73*». The other active share* were
not affected by this decline. In the afternoon
business was more active and there was a gen
eral advance in prices. The strength of the
market frightened the smaller bears, who began
to cover. The short interest is large, Union
Pacific lending at l-B«©3-64 per cent.. New York
Central at 1 32, Delaware, Lackawanna & West
ern 1-32&1-16, . and Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul, Western Union Telegraph and Lake Shore
flat to 1-128. Prices advanced sharply late in
the day. Union Pacific moved up 1 % per cent.
to 49 J£,. Chicago A Northwestern 1 to 83%, Chi
cago, Milwaukee A St. Paul U. to 74, Delaware,
Lackawanna & Western 1% to 103 Js, Lake Shore
1% to 00, New York Central 1 % to 86, Pacific
Mail 1% to 50 and Western Union Telegraph Hi
to 583£. Towards the close there was a reaction
of ;i@l* per cent, and the market left off firm.
A report was current early in the day that the
Union Pacific Intended to issue bonds to take up
Its floating debt, but this was officially denied.
Compared with last night the closing prices are
?£©l?i percent, lower for Canada Southern,
Chicago, Burlington A Quincy, Chicago A
Northwestern, Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul,
Northern Pacific preferred, Philadelphia A Head-
Ing, Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis A Omaha
and Texas Pacific, and Vit^l percent, higher
for Delaware, Lackawacna A Wet-tern, Denver A
Bio Grande, Louisville <& Nashville, Lake Shore,
MissouriTacific, New Jersey Central, New York
Central, Pacific Mail, Union Pacific and Western
Union Telegraph. American Express rose m
per cent, to 94. ; ' V/,..
The transactions aggregated 233,000 shares :
Central Pacific 16,000 ; Delaware, Lackawanna A
Western 18,000; Lake Shore 17,000; Chicago
Northwestern 38,000; New York Central
18,000; Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul
46,000; Union Pacific 30,000; Western Union
Telegraph 84,000.
MINIKO STOCKS.
The Mail and Exprest says : -In mining: share*
Bodie sold at B7O^SOO, Bulwer 50, Basbick 450,
Consolidated Pacific 91, Horn Silver 4TO, Oriental
and Miller 10, Standard 55<&53 and Sierra
Nevada, assessment unpaid, 75. »v
BIN FRANCIHUU MISIVfJ.
Alta 75 Mount Diablo 350
Best* Belcher. .125 Navajo 375
Bodie Consol. .. .275 Opbir 65
(hollar 175 Potosi 90
Con. Cal. A Va. .. 15 Savage 60
Coiibol. Pacific... 95 Sierra Nevada. ... 60
Crown Point 85 Union Consol .... 60
Could A Curry... 90 Utah 50
Hale* Norcroßs.27s Yellow Jacket. ..150
Mexican 70
Savage assessed 50.
BOSTON KAILIiOAD AND MIKIN9. ■'.' '.* ! '
Following are the closing, prices at tha Stock
Exchange to-day:
Old Colony 144 Eastern R. R. 6s. .111 %
Calumet* II 144 K. Y. A N. E. 7s. 99
Franklin ' 5 Atch.&Top. H.U. 69 « i
t^uiucy 33 Boet. A Albany.. 167
I lint *PM pfd.. 84X Bout.A Maine... 159
Otceola 8H C, B. * Q.......117J£
Huron 1 Cm., S. A Cleve.. 10
Water Power.... 2H Eastern R. R .... 34
boston Land 5 Flint* P. M 15
Atch.&Top.lst7sl2o L. H. A Ft. S. ... 19
do land grant 7s 113 N. Y. A N. £. . 10
LONDON MONET AND STOCKS.
U.S. 45... 125?4 Pcnn. Central.... SV,
Erie 13?, Reading 114
do seconds 52 ° Canadian Pacific. 434
K. Y. Central 88« Mil. & St. Paul. 76
Illinois Central... 11 7 %.■ Silver 50
Afternoon Hoard Quotation*.
Stocks ami boali cluisl a; the folio *lnz
prices bid: .'.•: '.'•>
oovr.nvnESTs. "
Three per cents., loo?i Fours coupon*.., 21 V %
'4Kb coupons. ...ll3^ Pacific 6s of '93. .120
.■,•"■- btatb BONDS.
La. consols 73 Tenn.6s, new ... 38
Missouri 65.. 103& Virginia 65...... 37
gt. Joe 108 Consols^ 85
Tcnn.6s. 01d.... 38 'J Deferred 5^
KA.II.lto Alt BONDS.
C. P. Bonds. 15t. 109 U. P. land grant.. 10C&
Erieseconda 50J4 Sinking fund 112
Lebieh* Wt 90 Tex. P. grant 8. . 30
fct.l\As S.C. let.lls'/, ooKio G. div.. 44
L.P. Bo»ds,lBt..llOH
stocks. ■
Auams Express.. 131 Mobile A 0hi0... C!-
Allegheny Cent.. B^4 Morris A Essex;. l22
Alton A T. U.... 20 N., C. & St. L... 33 '
do preferred... 75 N.J. Central.... 42ft
American 92 (4 Norfolk* W.pf. 23' '
J,,C.H.4>' 50 Northern Pacific . 17!£
Canadian Pacific. 434 do preferred. 41 '
Canada South'n.. 30 Northwestern.... b3?i '
Central Pacific... 32*£ do preferred. .122*
Chesapeake A O. 5 Ohio Central ..... 2 1 ,
dolstprerd... 11 N.Y. Central 85ȣ (
«lo2d prefd... 6!i Ohio* Miss. 16
Chicago* A1t!. .127' do preferred... 40 '
do preferred... Ontario A West..: Jl 14 :
C.;B. A Q 117 OreeonNav 71 M
C* St-L. ANO. 82 Oregon Trans.... 12>4 '
C* St. L. A Pitts.. 7 Oregon 1mp..... 17. ]
do preferred... 16 'Pacific Mail. ' 60 (
C ,6. A Cleve... 23 Panama 83 . «
Cleveland & Col. . 31 P*!or|a. D. * 8. . . 1214 I
Delaware AH .... 83 54 Pittsburg . . . . . 137ȣ <
Del A Lack..... 10-' % Pullman Pal. Car. 108 1
Denver A R.G... 9* Readme .... MM 1
Erie .. ..•••••♦ 12)» Rock Island 109H '
do 'preferred... 26 St.L. AS. 20 1
EafctT V. *G.- 3\ do preferred... 38 I
do preferred... 6>» do Ist prefd. .. 63« 1
Fort Wayne 126 MU.& St. Paul... TUfi i
Han. A St. Joe... 38 1, do preferred. . .104 <
do preferred... 88j4 £t.Paul&Man...'BO 1
3ar1em......;...180 ii.Paul A Ou»a. . 28 , 1
3oustonA Tex.. 32 do preferred... 86 1
llinoiß Central... 11 8 % Texas Pacific. . 9 % I
B. A West.. 13 Unions Pacific....; 49 « 1
Sansss * Texas.. 14^ United SUtos;... 61 \
LakeEne* W.. 11 : W.;St L.* P.... 4* <
Luke Shore,.'...-.- 65« do preferred. 11 % 1
Umluvtlle* N...-24J4-- Wells Fargo. . .105 1
L., N. A . & C-. .'. 10 ' We»tem U; T.... 6 g (
M. AC. Ist pfd.. 10 Homestake. ... 9%
do?d prefd... 5 Iron Silver....
Memphis* C... 24 Ontario... 18
Mich. Central.... 58 Quicksilver . 3
Mina'eAst. L... 11^ do preferred... 80
00 preferred... 25 South. Pacific
Missouri Pacific. 91 % gutro... 14
•Asked. ...No sales. JOfferei. lEx,mal
coup. |Ex.dlv. |Kx. int. -Ex. coup.
COMMERCIAL
# St. Paul, Nov. — Never since the great
fraud of 1876 has there teen so much excitement
over a presidential election as that shown over
the present one. Sordid the memorable events
connected with Tilden's election end the shame;
ful ruling of a corrupt judge take so thoroughly
hold of the popular mind as the Cleveland ' and
Blame contest. It is now a week since the con
test wa*; finally closed and yet the excitement Is
to-day greater if anything than it was a week
ago. Business however has not been quite at a
stand still. However men may feel about the
result, they have returned to their daily avoca
tions just as steadily as . if
no {Treat and important struggle
had shaken tbo country from one end to the
other. Long before the week was out the elec
tion excitement ceased to influence the markets
or cause fluctuations in values, and, in St. Paul
at least, business in all lines of trade increased
considerably. Compared to the previous three
weeks, the weekending yesterday, shows a sub
stantial improvement in the volume of wholesale
transai tlons. The gross receipt* of goods by
rail for the week ending November 11 were 2,488
cars end by river 810 tons — ton* by boat and
289 cars by road more than the best week for the
past month. The shipments by rail were 1,381
cars and by river 435 tons. The railroad return
"merchandise" received 527 cars against 461 cars
for October 28, and the shipments 623 cars
against 587, making a gain of CO cars received
and 39 cars shipped.
The spurt in business seems to hare extended
along the whole line from grace aud provis
ions to trimming* and notions. Grocery houses
have been shipping large orders to all country
points and bu»ine«» has been very brisk, Prices
arc generally steady and firm, with the exception
to dried fruits, which are lower. Some few other
minor change* will be found in the prices cur
rent, but tea*, coffees, sugars and syrups BTC
steady. There has been a much better demand
for bar iron and steel trace chains, wagon ma
kers' and smiths' goods, and tin- prospects now
are that this line of heavy hardware hasatleDXth
started for at leant a moderate degree of uctit .ty ;
a good freeze up, however, would more quickly
thaw out the frigidity of this rbrsscli
of business than anything c!-c. The
general hardware trade has been quite, brisk
and the houses engaged in it report unusual de
mands upon their resources. Trade If increas
ing throughout the whole length of the Northern
Pacific to Washington Territory, from the latter
very Urge orders are daily coniini; in ; one order
shown to the writer yesterday covered twenty
seven ebeets of foolscap. . The market is quiet
»nd vleady, tho only change in price lifts being
trace chains which are marked up ten cents.
rtie drug market for the week has continued
quiet and although the holidays are creeping en
apace there has been no better demand fur fancy
Soods such as carried generally by jobbers in
Imps. Price lists are unchanged and the mar
ket is steady; the only exception being iodine la
ill its form* which has made a big jump. There
Has been a very great improvement in
iry goods during the week. The first
lay or two bnrlness was pretty flat, but each day
following there was a perceptible increase, both
n the order trade and in the number of personal
>uyers. All lines of dry goods are in better de
nand than they have been for the last three
pvecke. But seasonable woolen goods are more
practically in demand, such as blankets, flannels,
jt-avy underwear, comforters, hosiery, buck«kln
rl^vea, r>ha\vln and knitting goods. There is also
in increased demand for ticking. There in, in
'act, a much healthier tone pervading th« dry
:oods trade than for a month; prices are steady,
Votious and fancy drapery are also slightly more
ictivc, and there has been an increased demand
'or manufactured furs and seasonable clothing
mis moved rather more freely. Boots and shoes
lave been very quiet and slow during the
week; there has been some little demand
'or artics. rubber goods and moccasins
nit the market generally has been without any
Vat 11 re of interest. Leather is firm and steady,
with slightly increased activity in harness and
taddlery good*. There has been no improve
nent in the lumber trade during the past week,
he great difference in freight charges from Chi
cago and this district serving to shut our raer
:hante virtually out of the most profitable mar
:ct — of the Missouri valley. Prices are
1 hanged.
■;-'-r ;.:::.:— T— V-^S^V,
Among the ( oniuii-.iou AZen.
The Meek jnst jiai-t has had no bulling effect
ipon the grain market and prices have not been*
nd are not now any better than they were a
leek ago in any of the large markets of the
porld. In the northwest wheat has been even
owcr and the Millers' aet<ociation prices are to
lay abont lc easier than they were before the |
lection. But low as prices are they have been
ower.for wheat has"cold in Chicago down as low
■ half^a dollar as will be seen in the following
able of the highest and lowest prices of grain
ver attained in that city: . t l \',' '
LOWEST.
Wheat... July and August, 1859.. r $ 50
Corn ....September and October, 1861... 20
Oats June, lt-51 i^vj
Rye August and September, 1861.... 23
Barley... November, 18lil 15
Pork December. 1878 6 02 4
Lard December, 1878. 5 3i M i
nicnEßT. \ '
Wheat May, 18C7 , ...,§2 85
Corn November. 1864 .■ tl : 4o
0at5. . . .. .July, 18C7. „ ' ' «tj
Rye September, 1833....^... .'it 87
Barley March, 18C8 V 55
Pork July and October, 1804 43 00
Lard. September, 1865 v/ 30 00
But although no one wants to see grain'doivn
as low as it m in '59 and '01, the prospects are
at the present time much more in favor dot its
getting there than for its advancing 10 the golden
figures of 1664-63. Reports from Europe are
not at all encouraging. British grain declined
during the week 25c and 50c per quarter of 8
bushels, or 3 fie and 6' 4 c per bushel. The
same report states that foreign wheat
drags heavily with lower price*
and "the downward movement continues
and it is impobslblo to say where it will stop.
Flour lower; medium and inferior mailing bar
leys 2s (25c) lower." The position of Uie trade,
the report Bays, is without precedence, the free
supplies crushing the life out of it. Th!*{s' not
very encouraging, seeing that this niaYtct''de
pend* so largely upon the sute of the European
markets. Notwithstanding the low prices which !
have prevailed during the past week there j has
been an unusually heavy movement of grain 'in
this district. The railroad returns show that
119,000 bushels of wheat wcie shipped into the
city and 29,030 bn-hcls shipped out. The eleva
tors chow receipts of 63,226 bushels and *b!p
mentsot 21,732 bushels. The roller mill* re
port the receipt of 12,500 bushels only by rail
and 4,600 bushels from farmers* wagons. Prices
paid by the mills were 53. 60&S5c on the street, '
and 42(r£.55c at country points.
The following shows the stocks of grain in
store at this point as compared with the week I
ending Nov. 4 : ~* •
Nov. 4. Nov. 11. Increasci
Wheat 149,135 190,631 :4!,49« |
Decrease.
Corn 437 .43;
0at5. 7.7.7.7.7.7.7 8,860 3,877 ".!.■.!
Br.rley .'."^^^B 3fiG Increase.
Bnrley 3CG 300
Flax 5,388 MM
From this tank- it »i,: be seen that the visible
supply ha.< ln:reaeed 41,496 bushels against an
increase of 10,830 bushels the previous weeks.
The flour and breadstuff market has been very
quiet during the week. There has been but 4
Blight demand from the eastern elate* and the
foreign market is literally glutted with flour.
The home trade, however.' has been healthy aud
fairly active and the shipment? have exceeded the*
shipments' of the prcviou* week by some eighteen
care. Corn has been dull and lower locally and '
street prices of new mixed declined 5c a spurt |
and au attempt to corner was made at Chicago
on Monday but the grip was loosened again yes
terday. Oats have been firm and in fair demand
during the week with receipts over 17,0i.K)
bushels, all of which went immediately to the
consumer. Street prices for small lots have i
ruled lc higher, On 'change yesterday oats ad
vanced Jfc and the prospects - • are : or
yet a further advance although -' the
excellent corn crop and the very low . price of
wheat tend to keep the prices of oats down.
Barley has been quiet and steady and the re
ceipts very light, amounting only t0 4,800 bush
els. Ground feed and mill stuff* have been about
60c lower, with moderate demand end fair re
ceipts. The receipts of hay have been equal to
the former week, the demand has been brisk and
prices have ruled strong. There has been a
very large business done in fruits, especially ap- ■
pies which are firm at the quoted prices; 73 cars
were received. Oranges are coming in moder
ately, the Jamaica crop being of superior qual
ity.. Grapes are becoming- scarcer and are
dearer. The cranberry crop is . not large this
season and good berries com
mand - large • prices; .'nothing^ can
now be purchased under $12.50 o. g. Butter has
finned up considerably and dairy and 'creamery
have advanced. There have been during the
week several large sales of ■' packing stock — one
of 80,000 pounds at 10c. Beans .', are ' still heavy
and low. Bacon it a little easier, and me** pork 1
during the week has becu marked $1.00 in favor
of the buyer, Iloney teems to be in good supply.
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBR WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1884,
and of good quality ; heavy receipt* of California
whit« closer arc reported which m offered at 15c;
this is a moil delicious ly flavored article. Coun
try dressed meats have been offered In small Jots
bat dealer* are cautions In handling on account
of the uncertainty of the weather; the lot* of
fered have been shipped ont at "r. - Hides, wool
and *tal!ow remain quiet and unchanged. There
is little doing is raw far* and prices
the coming season . «ill rale low.
There" "is- no change in poultry;
the demand it fair »nd receipt* good. Shippers
cannot be too careful in making their consign
ments and seeing that their packages of dressed
birds Ire sent 10 rood shape otherwise they will
run the risk of being seized by the inspectors
and confiscated.
The folloirtn; prices are for round lot* only.
' Bottk — sc; packers stock oft flavor,
S&Tc; sound S&lOc; dairy, common to fair,
10aiSc;eholced»iry, 16&30 c; creamery 2Od-'tc.
fancy brands 28&30 c; extra choice in 1010
Ib. boxes. SO&SSe.
Beams — Common, SI .OOOI -25; medium, $1.50
1.75: hand picked nary*. $1.75&2.00.
Root*— (Medicinal) ginseng green. 25c; dry.
51.25Q1.50: senses snake root. 85<&33e par In.
Ctdeb — $3.50 halt barrel, $6 per barreL
Ho.mt- Sew clover. 16&20 c; buckwheat 1C
©17c: California white clover, 15c.
Bacon axd .llahs— Long clears bacon, 104
lie: dry salt 9c; locg roll, 12c; short
' roll, 11; breakfast. 13)fc; shoulders.
B'.c; hams. I3V»c
Mess 814.MX3515.50.
— I'at«cis,s«.7:><ts.OO : best winter wheat
patents, $5.50; straight, 94.5501.50; winter
wheat straight, 54.25<&4.50; Bakers' XXXZ.
$Z.75<a4.00; low grades, {3.00; rye noox.i.aoo
' 3.00 per barrel; graham, spring wheat $3.50,
winter wheat $3.75: buckwheat noor. $6.50.
Dressed Meats— Beef, city dressed. 6©
i C%e;eztraprime beef, %c : mutton, city dressed
*Q,'%t\ Teal, Il©l2e; heavy, 8&9e; dressed
| bogs. $6.25. country dressed beef, $7 o. g.
HiDBS-IQreen, raited, 7^7 J »e; green, GCOKe;
dry flint, 12 He; calf, dry, 12 He; green lie; deer,
; dry. 20©.25 c; antelope. 18%22c; elk. 155Jlsc;
buffalo. 8010 c. damaged t off; sheep pelts.
2©sc per Ib, lamb 35(Jt60c.
Fees— Bear $i«©ls, cubs $336, badger 60©
75c, wild cat 35&60c,fither $4Q40, red fox $1.40
01-50, cross fox $S©3, gray 75c, kit fox 40c.
silver grey 525Q60, lynx $3&5, martin $1,500
5. mink 50<£80c, otter $«S|lo, raccoon »oQt>sc
skank 40&75 c wolverine *-'C r ». timber wolf Sic
©$4.oo,ptalrle wolf 80cQ51.25, mntk rat. tall.
! !i(/,«c. winter, 7<j? 8c kit 2c, beaver, northern,
{ J-'J.r,or-5 pound, western $1. 50&2.75 per
i pound.
Tallow— No. 1, 5 He: No. S. se.
Unwashed. 14O15c; washed SOOS3.
Nuts— Ilickorr. large, $1.00; ■mall, 51.33,
walnut*. 15e; almonds, ISO'-'Oc; Barcelona ha
r»i (filberts) 14c; pecan*. lO&llc; Brazil. 14c;
jpe uts. 8O13c; Cocoa nuts, $5.00^7.00 per
j 10a New chestnuts, ft. so per bushel.
' -Vegetables — Cabbape, 60c perdoz. o.g .carrots,
t So3^i perbnthel: potatoes, *-"><3.3oc o. g. per
t»a«-fci»f' onJ-Wf, 3u(&.15c ptr ousbeU o. g. ; sweet
potatoes. Jerseys. '.be per box. $4.00 per barrel,
muscatm**. f.i .{..{. 5') per barrel.
liors— Washington Territory. £5Q2«c; New
York SSO-8C
Malt— 7oc©7sc per bushel.
Poultbt AND Gaye — Spring chickens. 40©
50c per pair; old bird*. 50<&Q5c per pair; drr«*ed,
lO&lle per t> : live turkeys. 11&
12c per 0> : dre*sed. 13<*14:c .!ve
pevre, 50&75 c each; docks, wild, mallard.
$3.00; black $1.50; teal SI.SS; partridges, $3.00
per do*.
Linseed Oil— Raw; 91c; boiled 54c, Linseed
meal liO&tl
Otbtee* — Standards, 35040 c; selects, 450
i 60c; New York, counts fcfl <£55c per can.
FBirrrs-L«mons $5.0000.00 ; Louisianaoragne*
57.5008 )0 perbbl; Florida* $5,000
! 5.50 per box; Jamalces, $7.50 per barrel;
figs, 15c 10c, 18c per Ib; new
Smyrna*. 18ft22c; cranberries $2.5004.00
pcrbu; $12.50 o. J. per bill; cultivated Jersey*
$14.40 per iii>l: dates, black in frails 5cG.Cc fard
i in boxes, lie a Ib. : Persian in 501b. boxes 9O10c;
! bananas, . $2.00053.00 per bunch ;
I Apples — In car lot* choice $2.3002.50: small
ots $2.5003,75; off stock $1.50Q
2.25 per barrel. Pears— Laurence,
$8.00&$'J.OO ; Winter Nellie. $3.50©
8.75; Easter B-nne, $3.5003.75; Oregon,
$3.2503.50. Grapes— $7.50 pc
40 Ib cases; *, Catawba, »0c per
backet; Isabella 75®SOc per basket;
Concord, $1.10. California, fSper 4
<b case; New York $1.25 per basket.
■St. Paul Live Stock.
The remarks of last week* review will equally
well apply to-day. The supply of good steers
has been very small and the demand urgent.
Mcdin >i and poor cattle have been in good sup
ply and the demand moderate, There has not
been ■Md ing Ir for sheep, with which the
market his boen amply supplied. .There baa
been an increased demand for hogs and prices
have been somewhat stlffer.
The following from yesterday's sales gives the
range of prices:
CATTLE.
Average
■•l wt. lb». Price.
18 5teer5.... .................. 1,200 $4 25
20 eteers 1,107 4 00
\A kteers 880 3 50
19st«ers 1,125 8 75
l; mixed cattle 800 3 40
12 cows and heifers.' »80 3 50
3iccw* 1,000 3 25
mam.
Average
No. wt. lbs. Price.
389 lie* $1 50
200 129 3 25
200 90 3 00
■out.
Average
No- wt. it>«. Price.
8 head 220 $3 90
C.I head 200 4 00
27 head 800 4 03
700 sloe ken: .:;' " 4 50
S2r» On 'Chance.
m
"St. Paul, Nov. 12.— There was a better feel
ing . .on 'change yesterday morning and
the , bidding for wheat showed a
stronger desire Ito ," buy. Corn was
very quiet with some Viuiry for new mixed.
The demand for oats was not quite so urgent but
the market »■»« firm. Barley was dull. Mill-
Etuffs were inactive. Hay remains scarce but
the demand was not quite so urgent as on- Mon
day. Seeds a ere nominal. Eggs stiffened up a
little. Following is the call:
Wheat— No. 1 hard, 71c bid; December,
72c Mil; No. 1 regular, 65c bid; No. 2 hard,
Csfe6Bc; No. 2 regular, GOO&ic.
Cons— No. 2 40c bid, 43c asked.
Oath— No. 2 mixed. 24', c bid; December
S4cbid; No. 2 white 25c bid; No. a white, 24c
bid. j
♦ iUiu.KT— No. 2. 55c bid; December 55c bid ;
p'o.'Z extra. 46c bid; No. 3, '40c s«d. '.
j Ute — 13c bid.
: Qkouiid Feed— sl7.oo asked.
' Beau— Sacked— 00 bid.
r.At.nj Hay— Ss.r.o bid.]
TmoTnT Hat— slo.co asked.
Dr.EsstuHoG-— 15.00 bid.
Flax Seed— sl. so bid.
Timutht Seed— $1.25 atked. * '
Clovei* -eei>— s4.so bid.
Potatoes lQb)4sc bid.
E«gs — 204 c bid. 22c asked.
Butteb— Packing stork t>Oloc bid; dairy
15O"0c bid; creamery, 23R28c
The following comparative taMt elves the
principal quotation* at the call on 'change No
vember It, 1883, and to day:
isaa. 1884.
Bl«i, Asked. Bid. Asked
Wheat No. 1 hard 100 71 ....
*♦ ■ » Dec. 101 73 ....
• " .Jan.. 102
■•No. 1 regular as .65 ,__
••No. 2 hard.. 95 .... 68 ....
••No. 2 re o 'uiax 83 .... '64 ,
Corn. NoS 47 43 40 43
" No. 3 474
Oats. No. 2 mixed 27 23 24
■ No. 3 mixod 26 27
■ 2 white — 28 **■ "jj '']
" 3 white 2i
Barley, No. 2..... 68 .... 05 ****
- Scxtra......' 50 58 45
- 3; 45 48 40 ::::
Rye, No. 50 ... ' 43
Ground Peed .... 18 50 1706
Corn meal, coarse 18 50
Bran sacked...... 900 950 700
Bale d hay 800 850 8M ' **/*
Timothy hay ... 1050
Dressed bogs 5 10 ... ( 00
Flax need ...... 122 .... j«0 .*.**
Timolhyseed 130 ... jJS
doverseed 450 .... 450
Potatoes £5 .... 25 **- :
*K**.-"~ 84 » sow **■
:»theet Prices — Wheat No. 1 hardCsc; No 1
regular 60. No 2 regular 55; receipts fair
Oats, No. 2. white 260*7 c; No. 2 mixed 25c- re
ceipts moderate. Barley No. 2 (sk : No. 3 extra
48c; No. 3 40c; receipts light. Rye 46©48 - re
ceipt* trifling. Potatoes 250C8c; receipts large
Hay.wild $3.oo©lo,oo;timothy $10,00012 00 -re"
celpu liberal. Oat straw $3.0004.00 per load
onions 25©35 c per bushel; ruubegas 20a25c
chickens. 40050 c. Dressed pork $4 55&4 50
New corn 38Q>40c in the car. •*•••«•.«*.
Receipts and shipments of grain, live stock,
produce, merchandise, etc.. for the twenty-four
hours endingiNov. 11, IS51:
Article*. Rec'd ShM Article*. H*e'd Sh'd
Barley.... «2 .. Lumber .35 17
Beef 2 1 LJqcor.... 2 1
Brad stuff* . 1.. Lime..;-.-. ...'.'.'. 3 1
8eer......:..... l 1 Merchandise* " '. '. '. 73 88
Barrel stock.... 1.. Machine*. «
lined goods... 2 .. Nails " * "a
C0a1........ ....115 30 oats.'.'. . V.7.7 ' ' #"3
onuul;^;.v.^o;.. Oil ..:...... ; «> »
Construction Ma* • Potatoes ...', ' t '
terfa1 ."....'.... 2 1* Plglron. 5 ..
Floor ; .. 7.8 ! Paper 1..
Peed. 6.. Railroad Iron and
Fnitt 10 1 ' nils.. r.V. ;.-..< 8 5
Fura»t«re 1 .. Stoat... II 8
Hoi Males ... 1 Sugar 1 ..
Hay 10 8 Stove* 2 ..
Hogs 3.. SssdrUi. ....... 44 11
Uaaeed m*al and oil] Wheat. 140 8
cake ......... .. 1 Wool ..:.".. 14 ..
j Lard 1 -. Wood 19 ..
Total can received 620 Total can shipped too
■ •
Raxru-rs— Apple*. 8 car* ; dried trait, T cart :
mineral water. 91 can; merchandise, 6,875 pack
aces; resin, IS cars; tobacco, 2 can; vinegar ,3
can; sundries. can; total, . 421 tons. Ship
menu, 375 ton*.
POWERS & DILLINGHAM,
Will. PROnSIO.T All STOCK BROKERS
HAVE REMOVED TO
HUE'S NEW BLOCK, 113 Jackson St.,
Opposite Merchant* Hotel.
Quotation: received every quarter of a minute.
S. H. WOOD ft CO-
Grain am Slock Brokers.
22 Chamber oX Commerce, Chicago.
4 " . •* St. Paul.
244 Ilennepln avenue, Minneapolis.
Buy and sell Grain, Provisions and Stocks for
caan or on margins. On!/ broken In Mlnneipo
lit having their own membership oa the Chicago
Board of Trade. .
51. Dor&n's Report*.
St. Pact, Not. 11.
The following quotation*, giving the range of
the market* daring the day. were received by M.
Duron, Commission Merchant :
' WHEAT.
jnLWACKXS. , CHICAGO.
Dec. Jan. Dec. Jan.
Yesfy close .... ... 73* 745»
9:30 a. a. 72 / 72* 73* 74
9:40 - 7* . 72* 73* 78*
9:50 ■ 71 72« 73* .73*
10:00 • 73 71* 73 73 V
10:10 - %IS 72* 73* 73*
10:*0 « 71% 72»» TS.t,' 73*
10:30 " 71* I*% ?3«i 73v
10:40 •» 784 72* 73* 73*
10:50 « 72U 73 73K 74 V
11:00 - # 72* . 734 73* 74*
11:10 - 7** 73 734 74 £
11:20 ■ 7=U 73 73* 74 4
11:30 •_•■■,• 75)4 73 734 . 74 *
11:40 • 72X 73* 7-* 74*
11:50 - 7SK 73* 73* 74S
12:00 M. 7254 73 73* 74 U
12:10 " 72* 73 73>; 74*
12:20 " 72* 73 - 73* 73«
12:30 » 71Jf 785 i 72« i 73S
13:40 » 71« 73H 73* 73*
l*:50 « niC 7S« 71* 73K
1:00 - 71« 724 71* 73*
2:00 '• 71« 72« i 7S* 73«
2:15 " 71« 71H 71* 73}*
8:30 » 71« 72K 72« 73*
l:4i " ....
CORN, OATS AND PORK— CHICAGO. *
Corn, i Oat*. p o rfc
Tim*. 1 1. ■• ..,
Not I Jan Not Dec Dec | Jan
Ye.t'y clom43\ 39 28**6 11 65
8:30 a.* ,«* 11 55
»:«0 v **\ 11 50
»:M " 43* 1147*
10:00 - 43* 255£ 11 42Ji
10:10 - 43* ..:....: 1142*
10:20 " 444' 26
10:30 - 41* '
10:40 : 43J4 ::::::::!:::: .....;. 11 45 *
10*50 » 43}J '
11:00 : 434j :::::::::::::::!:.!!!!
11:10 - 4351
11:10 - 41*39 11484
11:30 ■ 43X39 1145
11:40 « 43* ....1145
11:50 " 434 424
12:00 M. 43* : 11 40'
12:10 P.M. 42* 11 40
12:10 - 42«j
SIS : S?ii •:::::::::: ii^
»2:M - 43 ...'. '.'.'.'.['.'. ii'iTU
1:00 - 43 384 »X 20
2:00 » 43 .....11 85
2:15 ■ «Bi£ I. .
2:30 - 42Ji 3S« 25« it 1135
8:45 " ••••! \"i
'i 1
. . 1 CKirtr.i aonti. . ...
Not. wheat.... 71* Year c0m.....;. 88*
Jan. wheat .- Jan. eora ...... 36*
May wheat 80S May corn M*
Vearoau 28* | Year pork 1130
M *y o*ts 88* 1 Pel*, pork 1145
ASSOCIATED Pi 333 MARKBTi
... Milwaukee ProJaae.
MiLWAcxtK, Not. li —Floor was quiet and
stecdy. Wheat weak;. No.' 8, 70* c; Novem
ber, 70* c; December, 71* c; January 724 c
Corn wag easier; No. 2, 40&41 c. OaU, firmer:
No. 1,28 c; No. 8 white, 28* c. Rye-, firmer; No.
1. 58* c; No. 2 50c. Barley, doll and lower;
No. 3, cash, MJic; extra No. 3 455ic
Prorisiona, were higher; meet pork, $13.00
ca«h and November; $11.45 January; lard,
prime rteam. $8.68 cash and November: $8.00
January. Sweat pickled hams, firm, at 6©
lie.' Live hop*, higher, at $4.25©4.80. But
ter, quiet; . choice creamery, 26«£*9c; . fair to
good, 23@25c; best dairy, 20Q2»c Cheese,
quiet; bent new cream, 114Q124C Ksg*.
were firm at21022c, Lake freight*, doll and
nominal; wheat to Bntlalo 2*c. Receipt*
14.402 barrels of flour; 45,148 bushel* of wheat;
36.505 buihels of barley. Shipment*. 39,181
barrels of flour; 909 bushels of wheat; 24.202
bntbel barley. : r
Chicago Produce.
CmcAU«\ Not. Flour, dull and un
changed good to choice winter
wheat flour, -. 75©4.50; Michigan
winter wheat flour 13. 4. 25; spring
wheat Com $9,506*4.00; ManeeoU bakers'
53.75&4.50; patent* $4.730&.50; low grades
00^3.00; rye flour dull at $3.0003.83 la
barrels. $2.90 in sacks; buckwheat $3.60 per
100 pounds in sacks; Southern Illinois and Mis
•oun winter wheat flour $5.25&3.75 ; common
to choice Minnesota $3.5004.00. Wheat,
in rood demand but unsettled, foreign advices
were unfavorable and receipt* large: the visible
apply showed an Increase of 3,800,000 bu»hels;
the market opened weak, declined He then
advanced *c. declined Xc, fluctuated and closed
4c under yesterday; sales ranged: November
714072 XC, closed at 714 c; December 72*©
73)£c.closedat72l|'c;Janaary734074ycclosed
at 73,5 c; May 80* enclosed at tOJic; No. 2
Chicago spring 7140724 c closed at 724 c;
No. 3 Chicago spring 56&5"4«; No. 2 red
72»»c;No. 3 red 61 4 c Com. unsettled and
very irregular; the market opened a shade
higher, but quickly declined l*e for November.
■><• for year, and *c for January, eloping *©
I l , r lower than yesterday; " cash 4S*A43*c,
closed at 42£043 c; November 4240444 c
closed at 42X&43C; year 38>4039«ic closed at
3^Sc; January 864 037 C, closed at WXO
36* c; May 3814 c. closed at 38 \c. Oat*
strong and steady; cash, and November 25* c ;
December 25 *O*8c; May *B«O*>*c cU>^ed at
»*c. Rye easier at . 50c. Barley was dull
atsßOsS*c. Flax seed was lower at $1,304.
Pork, irregular; declined 15020e and closed
tame: cash $12.75013.00; year $11.30011-45,
closed at $11.30; January $11.350 H. dosed
at $11.35. Lard, was irregular and avenged
a shade lower; cash' $7.07407.124; No
vember $6.92407.00; December $6.03; Jan -
vary $6.87406.924. cloved at $6.90. Bulk
meats in fair demand bat easier; shoulders, $}.00
05.25: short rib* $4.5007.50, aceordinx to
a*.-; short dear $7.1007.15. - Butler, en the
produce exchange batter dull and enchanged;
choice to fancy creamery 25027 c; good to
choice creamery S2O^4c Eggs steady at 20021 c
Whisky steady and unchanged at $1.13. Freight*
—corn to Buffalo 2c.
Receipt*, 21.000 barrels of flour; 237.000bash
elf of wheat; 116.000 bushels of corn: 95.000
bushels of oata; 9,000 bushel* of rye;
56,000 bushels of barley. Shipments, 15,000
barrels of flour; 86,000 boshelt of wheat;
166,000' bushels of corn; 80.000 bushel* of
oats; 5.000 busbeis of rye : 20,000 bushels of
- barley.
2:30, p. m. On the afternoon — wheat
was easier; November and January declined
4 c Corn we* easier and declined 4 c Oata
were quiet; year declined He Pork was steady
and unchanged Lard - was easy ; January and
February declined 2*c.
The- visible supply of grain on Nor. 8, a*
compiled by the eecntary of the Chicago board
of trade, is m follows: Wheat, 38,843,000 bush
els; corn. 4.449,000 bushels; oats, 3,262,000
Lashels ; rye, 578,000 bushel*; barley, 2,223,000
burbels.
Grain in store . at Chicago Nov. 8: Wheat,
T35,000 bushels; corn, - 1,271,000 bushels ; oat*.
401.000 bushels; rye, 43,000 bushel*; barley
115,000 bushels. ■
Chlra^o Live Stock.
Chicago/ Not. 11.— The Drover*' Journal re
ports : '•} Hogs, receipts 38,000 . head ; shipments
4.OU) ' head; the market opened strong, closed 5
QlOc lower; rough packing $4.1004.60; pack
ing and shipping * $4.6005.00; light grade*
$4.loO<f7l;*sis>* and Rraaaen $1.8004 -40.
Cattle, : receipts * 6,500 ' head; shipments ' 8,000
head; the ; market was strong and active, veil
COSTIVENESS
affects seriously* all ' the ci^rsUve and
— Iniiiilive orpin, iac!-.:diiix the Kid.
Beys. When lane orjruni arc so rSectetL
they fail to extract from the blood the
uric acid, which, carried tltroujrh the cir
eubtion, causes EUieumatiaza mad Xeu
ralcia.
The functions of ths liver *r« also
affected by costivecess, c*asia~
Bilious Disorders.
Amen? the warning symptoms of Bitten*
ness are Nausea. Dizziness, Headache,
Weakness, Ferer, Dimness of Vkioa,
YeUowneM •* Skin, Pains in th» Side,
Back and Shoulder?, Foul Mouth. Furred
. Tongue, Irregularity ia the action of the
Bowel*. Vomiting, etc.
The Stomach suffer* when the be web
> are constipated, end huligtttioa or
<*-} Dyspepsia.
follow*. - Fetid Breath. Gastric Pales,
Headache, Acidity or the Stomach. "Water
brash. Nervousness, and Depression, are all
evidences of the presence of this distress
fnsr malady. A Sure Relict for irregu
larities of the Stomach rnrf el] consequent
diseases, wit) be found in the me of -
AVER'S PILLS.
They athnolata the stomach, free the
bowels, healthfully invigorate the torpid
liver and kidney*, and by their cleansin?,
healing and tonic pro pc» ties, strengthen
. and purify ths whole system, and restore
it to a salutary and normal condition.
rXS7AIIED BT
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.. Lowed, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
bred fat cattle 10c higher; export grades $6. 30
©6 75. good to choice shipping $V70®4.25:
common to fair $3,304*3.20; range cattle were
steady; through Texan* $3.30«£4.33. Sheep
receipt* 3,600 head; shipments 800 head; the
market «v slow and unchanged ; inferior to
fair $2.0003.10 per hundred weight; medium to
good $3.00*3.T5; choice $3.MQJ.SS; T«xan*
$2.7504.00; lamb* $1.50.
Xttvr York Prodaea.
New Tobk, Nov. 11.— Floor, dull; receipt*.
84.000 barrel*; exports 7.000 barrel*; common
to good extra, 53.0503.C0; superfine state
and western, $2.60^3.10: good to choice,
$3.60e5.40; white wheat extra. $0.23C5.50;
extra Ohio. $3.10Q5.40; Minnesota patent pro
cess, $3.2505.50; St. Louis, $1.1035.40.
Wheat, spot grades a shade stronger; option*
SOISc lower, and closed weak: receipts,
178.000 bushels; exports 28,000 bushels; No.
2 spring SOKc; ungraded red.67QHtc; posted
No. 2 red 74c; No. 3 red, 76c; No. 2 red, fcO
C33lic: No. 2 red, November, sales, 40.000
bushels at TBV»a7o?»e, eloping at 79{£c; De
cember sales 2,552,000 bushels at 81*,&52% c,
closing at 81 Xc: January sales, J.&W.OOU
bushels at MS &B4 He. closing atß3Xe; Feb
ruary sales, 664.000 bushels at ts£G&6*jc, clos
insat6s*{c; .Mircfa sales NMM bushels at
6Ti£C3S?iic closing st 87« c; April sale* 312
--000 bushels at ft 9o !*c, closing at 89£ c;
May sales, 624.000 bushels at9l(£9l?;c, closing
at 91 c;. Jane sales, 24,000 bushels at 92X©93c
dosing nominally at 9-' c Corn, spot ! lou
1 ©ie better, options opened KQUe better,
later fell back Ji©l He, closed heavy; receipt*.
63,000 bushels ; export«,43,Ooo bushels ; ungraded
45&54 c; No. 3 494jSOc; steamer, 50!iQ51c; No.
1 i-'«*s4c; steamer white, 51c; steamer yel
low 53c; No. -• white 60c; No. 2 November.
51U053HC closing at MM*! December 49
33*£ c closing at 49c; January, 47©47»4c, clos
ing at 47c; February 47©47 1 ie, closing at 47c;
March 47<a47Sc, closing at 47c: May 47^«t
■43\ic, closing at 47 » A c. Oats, a shade lower;
receipts 79,000 bushels; export*. 70 bushels:
mixed western, 32&33 c; white western, 333130 a.
No. 2 Chicago l c. Coffee, spot, fair: Rio. dull
options 5 points higher and moderately active :
rales were reported a* follow-*: 16,500 bags
November, at $7,954 00; December, 58.05
©3.10; January, $)MS&S.?O; February, $3.23;
March $8.3368.40; April. $3. 45@8.50; May
$8.56; June, 8.50. Sugar dull; refined quiet and
steady; confectioners' ACe Molasses, quiet;
New Orleans 40Q56c. Rice, was active but
weak and lower. Petroleum, steady; united
72\c; refined 7X&Sc. Tallow, weak at OV j
6 5-lCc Rosin, quiet. Turpentine steady at
31 Vie Eggs. western, were firmer «
85^.'6c. Pork, dull and lower; new mes» quoted
at $15.00. Beef, quiet and unchanged.
Cat meats nominal long clear middles. $7.50.
Lard was weak ; western steam spot quoted
at $7.50^7.55; November, $7.39Q7.43: De
cember, $7.19@7.20; January, $7.2--'©7.25 ;
February $7.2«>©7.29; March $7.3^7.3».
Butter, demand sir and market firm. Cheese
was firm; western flal4&U*sC Other articles
are unchanged.
X«w York Dry Oon,!«. . /
NawYoajc, Nov. 11.— has been Tery In
active iv the dry good*, with business light, as
usual to Tuesday, and not any takings occurred
in current wants.
Petroleum.
Cleveland, Nov. 11.— Petroleum was quiet;
Standard white 110 sold st 7 He
PiTTSBCRo, Not. 11.— Petroleum was dull;
certificates Irregular; opened at 73 l ,c; declined
to 72c; rallied and advanced to 73£ c; broke
and closed at 72£ c.
Cincinnati VThlstcr.
OmnmßUM, Not. 11— Whisky was steady
at $1.11.
Turpentine.
WiL«n«a)TO!C, N. C, Not. 11.— Turp«ntln# l»
firm at 2Sc.
DuJuth Wheat.
Special Telegram to the Globe. 1
DcLtrra, Not. 10. — The markets on 'change to
day were fairly active, higher and with a gen
eral upward tendency. Sales aggregating 35,000
bushels were made. Closing prices; No. 1
hard, cash, 69^c; December 71^0 ; January
"IK; No. 2 hard, cash, 62ȣc; No. 1 northern
cash, 63 Xc; December 65c; No. 2 northern, cash
60c; No. 3, cash, 51« c; rejected 45'ic
Receipts, 26,733 bushels of wheat. Shipments,
36,013 bashes* of wheat. In store, 2,013,475
bushels of wheat; 7,370 bushels of oats.
At church women are more apt to consider
the texture than the text. — | New York Mail and
Express.
(jiticma
LEPROSY OP THE JEWS.
A Wild, Hurning Itcti, that Strikes with
■ Thousand Klectrio Itching Xi-eille-..
F.uitor Altooxa, Pa., Cali-— I wish to say
something in praise of that Tsiaable medicine,
Vi t.( t which I saw advertised in your paper.
I have had that old leprosy, of which you read
in the Bible, where the Jews first got it among
them, and did not know how to euro it. It has
many other Ene!:«h names. I have had it on my
body for over sixty year*. No doctor could tell
me what it was, and probably I never would hare
known, had I not seen the advertisement in your
valuable paper. First It is a scaly affection of
the skin; next it looks like barnacles on a ves
»el's bottom, or an old log that has laid in the
rater for a long time, and jnst the same in my
feet, knees and elbows, and by taking a micro
»cope and looking at ma It looks worse. In other
word*, we will call it icbthyosis, or fish skin;
then comes on what 1 call the wild burning itch,
ha; will strike you with a thousand electric
■tear needles. You cannot tell.
WHERE TO BCHATCH FIRST. -
You then have to run out into the open air to
ret relieved. Why. it is dreadful, and having so
many eminent doctors and none knowing what to
lo for you, bnt I hare found the lost treasure at
last. It did not take two spoonfuls of the Ctrri
:uba Resolvzst before it took that bnrnin; itch
ay the throat and bid them to hold off, and it id
>ff- My flesh is becoming softer, my hair is be
:omlng »oft and silky, and I then got to using
sxternal applications — Cutku&a Soap— and an
>ints the parts with Cuticura. If the tnous
inds kaew the goodness of this medicine as I do,
hey would not be twenty-four hours without it. ;
It is not only adapted to my case, but to all
>thers, and if any one disbelieves this let him
'top next door to the Logan house here, take my
nlcroscope and see for himself.
Joseph W. nujrr.
Hollidaysbarg. Pa., Nov. 13, 1883.
AGONIZING ITCHING
tad burning akin diseases Utstaatly relieved by
i warm bath with Cutictiu Soap and a single
ipplicatioD of Citiccra, the great Skin Cure.
Phis repeated daily, with two or three doses of
Cuticvsu . RBsoLTnrr, the New Blood Purifier,
« keep the Mood cool, the perspiration pare and
anlrritatlng, the bowels open, the liver and kid
leys , active, will surely cure Eczema, Tetter,
itlngworm. Psoriasis, Lichen, Pruritus, Scall
lead. Dandruff, and every species of Itching,
;c*!y, and Pimply Humors of we Scalp and Skin.
then, the best physicians and all known rente
lies fail. Sold everywhere. CiTtri'RA, 50 cents;
iOJLP, 25 cent*; Rasoi.vr.HT. $1. •
Potter Drat and Chemical Co., Boston.
CITY NOTICE.
Notice for Judgment.
Orricr or tux Crrr Tuiiiruit •
St. Paul. Mian.. Not. S. IBS 4. >
I will make application to the District Court In
and for the county of Ramsey and state of Min
nesota^ a special term held Saturday, November
£•-, 1384, at the Court Boose in St. Paul, Minne
sota, . for judgments against the several lots and
real estate embraced in a warrant in my hands
for the collection of unpaid assessments, with
Interest and costs thereon for the hereinafter
named special assessments.
All in the City of St. Paul, county- of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota, when and where all per
sons Interested may attend and be heard.
. The owners and description of real estate are
as follows:
Assessment of construction, re
laying and Repairing sidewalks
under contract of Geo. W.
Reese (estimate No. 2) for term
beginning April 1, 1884, and
ending Novemcer 1, 1884.
Bernhefaner's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Ain't of
■ description Lot. Block. Assm't.
J Bernhelmer 8 2 $18 22
Same 7 -a - 18 57
Same 6 C 13 57
Same ...6 '.8 % 18 37
Winslows Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. . Block. Assm't.
B Cunningham....'. 8 1 J3 - - C 3
Emma Hagjterty, S of Fort
street 83 « 10 40
J B Kearnby, W 1 >§ ft of W
H of 12 1 '; 51
Jacob Ames, W 42 ft 0f.... S 2 14 53
Mary Kaiser, E H of > 2 16 30
Wm Manning 1 7 16 83
Finch's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Asim't
VStauble 1 4 $16 86
Same 2 4 8 SO
Wm. O'Brien, 8 44 ft of N
84 ft of 6 9 « 14
Wm Dawson etal.,S 40 ft of 8 .-'" 9 > 5&8
As m Addition No. 1.
Supposed owner aad Am't of
description. . Lot. Block. Astm't.
; CLUline.., a 8 $5 53
WmLindeke 3 3 5 58
JL Merriam 7 3 5 53
Same 8 3 5 53
I OUKlmball ...18 •.«'•.' 7 23
Irvine's Addition of Outlots to St. Fad.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Asamt
JI! Dion, E4ofN%of N»of 15 8a1. 57 18
Sappoted owner and * Am'tvof
description. * Assm't.
Jas Slinson, A Ramaey andLucien Warner
Tim part of block 10, Stiuson, Brown
A Kam*ey ■> Addition to St. Paul,
bounded N'ly by Jefferson avenue, 8
Ely by right of way of St. Paul A
Sioux City Railway Co., and W by Col
born street ; $163 39
Stinson & Ramsey's Subdivision of Wi, of
Block 16, Stinson, Brown <& Ramsey's
Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Aiam't.
A Ramsey etal 17 3 $12 40
Same 18 3 18 40
Stinssn, Brown & Ramsey's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assra't-
J ■«>-''« 27 14 15 76
Andrew Hang 30 14 16 00
11 L Bernueimer. 0f.. 40 * 14 355
, Bsaille & Guerln's Addition.
Wm F Davidson. Part NW
of Eighth street of 1 13 30 23
Same. Part NW of Eighth
Mrectof. 3 H 22 6:2
Same. Part E'Jy 7-10 NW'ly
of Eighth stree) of 3 12 15 33
Robertson A. Van Etten's Addition.
Gco Koeller. WH of 1 19 19 44
ChrMine K. Hanggl 1 20 19 21
C A Mann 1 31 MM
ALMayall .....8 81 24 3S
C A Mann 3 21 i"4 3i
Same : 4 21 11 23
Chambers' Addition.
W C Chambers et al 1 1 1» 34
Same 3 ■!:/ »37
Warren & Rice's Addition.
SRWhlUll 3 24 20 43
Smith's Sab-div'tion of Stinson'e Division.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block, ium't.
Ell Kiu 43 10 15 37
J II St Aubin 33 16 15 00
XEFairchlld 45 15 17 08
Same 4* 15 17 53
lir.reve 34 15 17 33
Same.) 33 15 ', 15 37
Same 33 15 15 37
Magoffin and Urec ken ridge's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. . Assm't.
B Michel 2 4 17 89
i Same 3 -4 17 *9
Same 4 4 18 07
l>cnnis O'Brien 5 ; :4 V : 20 02
Robertson & Van Etteo's Addition.
Supposed owner and "Ani't of
descripUon. Lot Block Aasm't.
PHeck, E H of 445 30 38 42
ALMayall 1* aft 19 81
Same 11 29 19 21
C A Mann 10 89 19 21
Same 9 29 21 82
AL Mayall 8 89 23 23
A M Lowell, W 10 ft of 9 23 3 85
Chamber's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assmt.
Chambers 1 8 19 21
Same 2 8 15 37
Warren & Rice's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assmt.
PJ O Dunne:;, £40 ft of. . 9 27 %1« 03
Jos Miller Jr 7 25 20 43
Same 6 25 20 43
Smith's Subdivision of Stinson'a Division.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Asitmt.
I Louis Charlie SO 16 $15 96
John Peterson ...29 15 15 60
Julius Kingsly : 27 15 17 10
Patrick McGratb 23 15 17 90
Board of Education 19 15 . 15 37
Same '. 13 15 . 15 37
Same 17 15 15 87
Same 18 15 14 9$
Lyman Dayton's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assmt.
II Dsmkroger 4 13 Bal $12 39
Same 3 18 15 39
Same 2 18 15 33
Same 1 18 15 28
W W Evans -....9 20 14 69
Same .- 8-20 14 69
Same... .7 „20 14 39
John McCall 19.. 24 Bal 160
E. 11. Hawkes 1 Subdivision of Winalow'i Ad
dition.
Supposed owner and Am'nt.
description. Lot Block. Asstu't.
H Mixer ...20 20 20 82
FredManthe.v 24 20 16 40
Winslow's Addition.
j Supposed owner and Am':, of
. . description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
A L Mayall 9 21 19 o*2 j
Same, W 4 of.. 10 21 . 15 86 j
: Frank W Fulton, X % 0f.. .10 21 15 85 I
CL Chase 11 21 8169 1
Same .....13 «1 Sim
Board of Education..; 7 8 18 64
'• Samc.rifrrr:-..;.:*. 8 8 31 31
i WUkin&Berky. ...11 8 3131 |
I E. H. Hawk**' Subdivision of Winslow'g Addi
Uon.
i Supposed ow ntsr and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assmt.
Wm It Merruuu 6 23 37 21
I BM'Aydt..'.. ..".".*.*.'."*:**.'.! 5 23 .38 42
, Wm Dawton, W ' sft of E
• 80 ft of ........ .....3 Vi 1 91
! Francis Jcllika, KSOfVof. 3 23 11 53
| But, W 15 ft 0f. ...~. ..... 3 23 578
Whitlow's Addition.
C A Griffith. E Hot.. 4 10 15 65
W jnk, E4IV4 ft 0f....... 3 9 13 35
D McCaan. W H 0f......: 4 3 15 65
A Millies, EX of 4 3 is«
WhiUcre.Brißblne .fc Mul!ensSubdW!«!onor Lots
1 and 2, Leech's Oat-LoU.
Supposed owner and ■ A m't of
description. Lot. Asira't.
I Jas Clear (except Pleasant ave
nue) 33 $6 77
Michael Mom (except Pleasant av
enue) 31 0 77
Supposed owner an 1 Am't of
description. Assm'U
Adam Kldd. That part of Block SO,
Woodland Part: Addition to It. Paul,
bounded N" V'l / by Summit avena.*,
Sly by Ramsey street. Ely by the
land described in a deed by Jaa Mi ri
ton to O P Woodfurd. dated March 14,
13«0, recorded in 80. "V 'of deed*.
Ramsey county record* (143 88
Leech* Addition.
I Supposed owner and Ain't of
description. Lot. Block. Assxn't.
' Sarahltecht! 1 1 $19 91
iJ V Penucr (E 40 ft of
RM»f! 2 l" 15 97
I J C Becht (except E 40 ft
of > Via ft) * : 1 453
Same . 3 '■ („.1 >'■:'■' rj 4$
Leech's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm';.
S E Slater. S 110 ft of 9 '.?1'- St'J »1
Same, S 8$ ft of 3 : lV 19 91
C W Hlrael, Wit of 5 ;i« 9 9<s
West St Paul Proper.
i Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. As-.-m t.
Anton Wenks 1 o.': $3 56
Same 2 63 15 49
ilia* Latham 1 Cti 54 27
Bridget Traers, W 50 ft of. lo 07 15 83
Prospect Plateau.
I Supposed owner and Am't of
description: Lot. Block. Assm't.
We*: Side Land and Cottage
Company. ft i IS $13 40
I Same JK 7 li 12 40
Mary X Wright 8 12 12 «0
Napoleon Ganthler 9 If, IS 40
West Side Land and Cottage
Company 11 ;W'.-\, 16 59
Lyman Dayton's Addition,
' Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Asum't.
Wm and (.'halt Funk 1 31 81115
Win A Brownaon (except
E 160 ft) N 80 ft Of 36 43 59
Same. N 40 ft of X 100 ft. . 30 33 03
Stinsoa'a Subdivision of Block 83, Lyman
Dayton's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. Lot. Block. Assm't.
RPSlater 12 83 112 40
Ellen M Holmes 9 83 14 03
Cllochhaus 4 33 14 57
Adam Qotzian's Subdivision of Block SI, Lyman
Dayton's Addition.
Supposed owner and Ain't of
description. Lot. Block. Assin't.
OnCalby 1 84 $13 58
A Gouian 1 84 12 40
Same : 4 84 12 40
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey,
Minnesota. UEORGE KKi>,
313-17 City Treasurer.
CITY NOTICE.
Notice for Judgment.
Omci or the Citt T masurkk, »
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 8, 1834. |
I will make application to the District Coutt in
and for the count y of Ramsey and State of Min
nesota,at the special term to be held Saturday »Xot.
"-', 1884, at Dm Court House, in St. Paul, Minne
sota, for Judgments against the several lots and
real estate embraced in a warrant in my hands
' for the collection of unpaid assessments, with,
interest and costs thereon tor the, hereinafter
named special assessments.
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey
and state of Minnesota, when and where- all
: persons Interested may attend and bu heard.
The owners and description of real estate
are as follows :
' Grading Douglas street from
Ramsey street to Goodrich Av
enuo.
Leech's Addition.
Supposed owner and Amt. of
description. Lot. Block. Asbm't
John Ryan, S;i of 13 '3 , $60 00
Thos O'Mara 11 ■ .^S* 120 00
Jos Coady 10 3 ISO 00
PII Smith 9 3 Bui 60 00
Whitacre, Brisbine A Mnllen's Subdivision of
Lots 1 and 2 Leech's Out Lots.
Supposed owner and Am't of
dfMriDti<.ii. Lot. Assra't.
Anthony Coffee 1 $180 75
, Leech's Out Lots.
Supposed owner and Am't of
description. . Lot. Assin't.
Johanna Overpeck. (Except Sly
49 55-100 ft. I That part Sly of
Fort meet of E >.; of SE J* of. 4 $48 00
All in the city of St. Paui, county of Ramsey,
State of Minnesota.
313-17 GEORGE REIS, City Treasurer.
Notice of Mortgage Sale.
Whereas William Murphy and Garetta M. Murphy,
his wife, mortgagors, did duly execute and ci liver
to Sarah Jane Hill, mortgagee, a certain Indenture
of mortgage, bearing date (lie HX.U day of June,
18T-;, whereby said mortgagors did grant, bargain,
sell and convey to said mortgagee her heirs and as
signs, the foUavrlng described land and ai>purtu
nances, lying and being In the city of St. Paul, county
of Ramsey and state of Minnesota, to-wit: the east
erly fifty (30) feet of lot six (6), block eighteen (18)
Robert 4 Randall's addition to St. Paul, according to
the plat thereof on record In the office of the Register
of Deeds In and for said county of Ramsey, to secure
the payment of the sum of *5iM). and interest thereon
at the rate of eight per cent, per annum, according
to the conditions of a certain promissory note therein
described, which said Indenture of mortgage was on
the 20th day of June. 1878, at 12 o'clock M, duly re
corded in the office of the Register of Deeds In and
for »ald county of Ramsey, In book So of Mortgage
Deeds, page 30.
And whereas said mortgagors did covenant and
agree In said mortgage, In case of a foreclosure
thereof, to pay laid mortgagee, her heirs or assign*,
the sum of twenty-tire dollars, attorney's fees ; and
whereas default huH been made In the conditions of
said mortgage, by which the power to sell has be
come operative; and there Is now due on bald mort
gage, at the date of this notice, the sum of *753.90,
and 823 attorney's fee as aforesaid, and no action or
proceeding at law has been Instituted to recover the
debt secared by said mortgage or any part thereof.
And whereas Sarah Jane Hill, the mortgagee above
named, afterwards, on the — day of , 13S-,
died Intestate, at Cornwall. Orange county. New
York, and on the lath day of June, 1.184, letters of ad
ministration on the goods, chattels, credits and estate,
which were of the Maid Sarah Jane Hill were duly
Issued to Daniel T. Hill. Jr., who Is now the admin
istrator thereof, and an authenticated copy of his
appointment as such administrator, was on the 27th
day of October, 1834, duly filed for record In the
office of the Remitter of Deeds In and for said county
of Ramsey.
Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given, that pur
suant to the power of sale In sold mortgage contained
sad the statute In such case made and provided,
said mortgage will be foreclosed jby a sale of the
mortgaged premises aforesaid, together with the ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise ap
pertaining, which »ale will be made at public vecduc,
to the highest bidder for cash, by the sheriff of said
Ramsey county, at the front door of the office of the
Register of Deeds, in the city of St. Paul, in the
county of Ramsey aforesaid, on the Kightkkntii
DiTorDsfininß, 1884. at 10 o'clock In the fore,
noon, to satisfy the amount then due npoa said mort
gage and all legal expenses.
Dated October 29tb, 1834.
DAXIKLT. HILL, Jit.,
Administrator of the Estate of Sarah Jane Hill, de
ceased. Mortgagee.
& Saxfoed, Attorneys for Administrator,
Bt. Paul, Minn. oet2»-7w-w«d
STATE OF MINNESOTA, OOUICTT OF POLK
•*. District Court. Eleventh Judicial District-
Carl Kretzschmar. plaint Iff. against The Red Lake
Falls Milling and Lumber company, a corporation,
. defendant. ' ■
J SUMMONS.
Toe state of Minnesota to the above named defend
ant: . "
' You are hereby summoned and required to answer
the complaint of the plaintiff In the above entitled
action, which is tiled tn the office of the Clerk of
the District court of. the Eleventh judicial district.
In and for the county of Polk and state of Minnesota,
and to serve a copy of your answer 10 said complaint
on the subscriber, at his office. In the city of Cruok
ston. In said county within twenty days after the
.service of this summons upon you. exclusive of the
day of «iich service; and. If you fall to answer the
I said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plain- '
' tiff In this action will apply, to the court for the relief
demanded l:i the complaint.
Dated October ll:h, A. D. 1884.
V. A. DITOfK.
Plaintiff's Attorney. Civokiton, Ulna.
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