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Of blocks 24. 25, 28, 27, 28 and 29. of Mer
rlnm Park, in said city. n«ce«ary to con
struct the nlopea for ruts and fills in grad
ing said alley, to tho established grade there
of aa shown by tho rroflie of eaii grade on
file in the offlco of the Register of Doods In
and for Ramsey County, and in tho office of
the City said ilopes to extend one
and one-half (1%) feet on said land for every
foot of cut or fill, as indicated on the plan
of said slopes attached to ea'd report, and to
be filed !n the offlco of said Board.
That said Board shall proceed without delay
to assess the amount, as nearly as they can
ascertain the same, which will be required to
pay the damages, costs and necessary ex
penses of such Improvement upon the real
estate to be benefited -by sad Improvement,
as provided by law; it being the opinion of
the Council that real estate to be as:#**ed
for such improvement can be found bene
fited to the extent of the damages, costs and
expenses necessary to be incurred thereby.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 16,
1896.
Yeas—Aid. Allard, Bell, Bigelow. Donahow
er. Kaldunskl. Kenny. Larsen, Lindahl, Stutz
man, Mr. President—lo.
Nays—o.
Adopted by the Assembly June 25, 1896.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig. Kirke. Krahmer, Lew-
Is. Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr. Presi
dent—B.
Nays—o.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd F No. 6123—
In the matter of the rer>ort of the Board
of Public Works datel Tune 12. 1896.
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the City of St. Paul:
That the Board of Public Works of the
City of St. Paul cause the following Im
provements to bo made, to-wft: Reconstruct
and relay, to a width of eight (8) foet. the
wooden sidewalks on both sides of Como
avsnue. from Rice street to Western ave
nuft. In said city, together with the neces
sary crosswalks across all intersecting
streets, boulevards and alleys on the line of
raid improvements.
That said Borrd shall proceed without de
lay to assess the amount, as nearly as they
can ascertain the same, which will be re
quired to pay the costs and necessary ex
penses of such imnrovement upon the real
estate to be benefited by said Improvement,
an provided by law; it being the opinion of
the Council that real estate to be assessed
for such Improvement -an bn f'j'in.l bene
fited to the extent of the costs and expenses
necpssarv to be fnrnrred therphv.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June
16. 1896.
Yeas—Aid. AHard, Tl.-11, Bigslow. r>nn«.
r>ow<>r. Ka'dtinsH. Kenny. Larsen, Lindahl,
Btutzman, Mr. President—lo.
Nays—0.
>Montort hv the >«sorribly T,,n» 25 18BR.
Yeas—Messrs, Craiar, ' KirVe,. Krahmer,
Lewis. Msbon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr.
Prpsident—B.
Nays—o.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd F No. 6146—8 v Aid. Kaldunskl—
Resolved, That the sprinkling of Van Huren
street, between Knnt street and Dale street,
be discontinued for this season—lß96,
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 16,
1896.
Yeas—Aid. Allard. 8011, Bigelow. Dona
nower, Kaldunskl. Kenny. Larsen, Lindahl,
Stutzman. Mr. President—lo.
Nays—o.
Adopted by the Assembly June 25. 1896.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig. Kirk?, Krahmer.
I.pv'lr. Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr.
President—B.
Nays—o.
Approved June 27, 1596.
Bd F No. fllfit—By Aid. Bell-
Resolved. That the Chief of Police Is here
by ordered to cause the obstructions on the
northeasterly side of South Wabasha street,
between Channel street and Colorado avenue,
to be removed.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 16,
1896.
Yeas—Aid. Allara. Bell, Bigelow. Dona
hower, Kaldunski. Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl,
Stutzman. Mr. President—lo.
Navs—o.
Adopted by the Assembly .Tune 25. 1896.
Y^as—Mppsrs. Orai*. Kirke. Krahmar,
Lewis. Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr.
President—B.
Nays—o.
Approved June 27, 1896.
B<l F No. 6200— By Aid. Larsen—
Re.«olved. That the City Engineer Is hero
by instructed to make such repairs to the
Jackson street brldare, over the right of wpy
of the Great Northern Railway, as may be
necessary to put said bridge in a safe con
dition, and to ranort. the cost of aald re
pairs to the Corporation Attorney, who shall
forthwith commence suit aprainst the Grpat
Northern Railway Company to recover the
cost of said rpnairs.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
ISflfi.
Yeafl—Aid. Allsrd. Bell, TUcelow. Do«r
hower, KaldnnsM, Kenny. Larsen, Lindahl,
Stutzman. Mr. President —10.
•Navs—o.
Adopted by thp Assemhlv Jun» 25, 1896.
Yeas—Messrs. Cral**. Daly. Kirke, Krah
xn<=r. T^ewis. Mabon, "Reardon, Thompson, Mr.
President—9.
Nays—o.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd F No. 6201—
In the mßtter of the r»oort of thp Board of
Public Work* dated June 23. 1896.
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the City of St. Psul:
. That the Board of Public Works of the
City of St. Paul cause the following im
provement to be made. t.o-wit: Reconstruct
and relay with cement blofkc all the woodpn
.sidewalks (except, where Rood and sufficient
cement sidewalks now existl on Doth side*
of Selby avenue, between Dale street and
Victoria street, in said city, topether with the
necesßary crosswalks across all lntersectinK
etreets. boulevards and alleys on the line of
BaM improvement.
That said Board shall proceed without (De
lay to assess the. amount, as nearly as they
can pscertain the samp, which will be re
quired to pay the costs and necessary ex
pfnses of such Improvement upon the real
estate to. be benefited by suit! improv<merU.
as provided by law: it being the opinion of
the Council that real estate to be rmsi-ased
for such improvement can be found benefited
to the extent, of the costs and expenses nec
essary to be incurred thereby.
Adopted by the Board ot Aldermen June 23.
189 R.
Yeas—Aid.' Allard. B«II. Biirelow Dnnn
nower. ttalriuhsH. K>rinv. Larsen, Lindahl.
Btntzman, Mr. President—lo.
N» vs—o.
Adontefl by the Assembly June 25. 189 R.
Yeas —Messrs. Cralfr. Daly, Kirk?. Krah
ttier Lewis. Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr.
President—9.
Nays—o.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd F No. 6?<W— By Aid. Stutzman—
Resolved, That the City Engineer be. and is
hereby directed to report a grade for the
Streets In Hazel Park. Division B.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
1896.
Yeas—Aid. Allard. Bell. Btgelow. Donahow
er, Kaldunski. Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl, Stutz
man, Mr. President—10.
Nays—0.
. Adopted by the Assembly June 25. 1896.
Yeas —Messrs. Cra'sr. Daly, Kirke, Krs>h
mer, Lewis Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr.
President —9.
Nays—o.
Approved June 27, 1896.
}S? F No. 6204—
lesoived. That the claim of Chas. A. John
>"n for services as judge of election of the
' "h District of the Ninth Ward at the
• rmf? election 1898, be, and the same is hereby
tl>iillowed.
I ' riopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
1888.
' ~'p^r—Aid. Allard. Bell, Bigelow. Donahow
er. Kaldunski, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl, Stutz
tevu, Mr. President—lo.
. Nays—o.
. adopted by the Assembly June 25, 1896.
"" .-as—Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke. Krah
mer. Lewis. Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr.
President—9.
Nays—&
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd P No. 6205—8y Aid. Lindahl—
•Resolved, That the Board of Public Works
cause Forest street, from Case street to Sims
jftreet, to be sprinkled during the balance of
the season of 1896, subject to any order which
ihi Common Council from time to time, by
resolution of said body, may make, discon
tiruing said sprinkling on such street or part
cf street, or for such time as said Common
Council shall determine.
/•riopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
issr.
Yeas—Aid. Allard, Bell, Bigelow, Donahow
er, Kaldunski, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl, Stutz
inan, Mr. President—lo.
N«ys—0.
. Adopted by the Assembly June 25, 1596.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke. Krah
mer. Lewis. Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, jjr.
President—&■ ■
v ■ s—o.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Pd F No. 6211-By Aid. Bigelow—
• "-solved, That Henry Galvin be, and he
)ie by is appointed sergeant-at-arms for the
pr; cnit Common Council for the ensuing
yo--:}\ to commence June 2, 1896.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
■ Yeas—Aid. Allard, Bell, Bigelow, Donahow
er, Kaldunski, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl,
Stu'zman, Mr. President—lo.
Nays—a
Adopted by the Assembly June 25, 1896.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke, Krah
vaci\ Lewis, Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr.
Pr^idejit—9. .
T Nays—«.
Approved June 27, 1806.
{id F No. 6215~8y A!d. Donahower—
t is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the OJiy of fit. Paul:
That the niat(«r of paving with asphalt
Market street, between St Peter street and
Sixth street, Including intersections between
St. Peter, Sixth and Market streets, be, and
the same is hereby referred to the Board of
j Public Works to investigate and report.
Fir«t—ls. this improvement proper and
necessary?
Second—Give the Council an estimate of the
expense thereof, and state whether one-half
of the cost thereof is to be paid Into the
city treasury before the contract is let.
Third—Can real estate to be assessed for
said improvement be found benefited to the
extent of damages, costs and expenses neces
; sary to be incurred thereby?
Fourth—ls such improvement asked for
upon the petition or application of the own
ers of a majority of the property to be as-
I sessed for such improvement?
Fifth—Send the Council a plan or profile of
said improvement, as required by law, if you
report in favor of the same.
Sixth—Send the Council a proper order di
recting the work to be done.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
18M.
Yeas—Aid. Allard. Bell, Bigelow, Donahow
er, Kaldunski, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl,
Stutzman, Mr. President—lo.
Nays—0.
Adopted by the Assembly June 25, 1896.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke, Krah
mer, Lewis, Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr.
President—9.
Nays—0.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd F No. 6214—8y Aid. Donahower—
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the City of St Paul:
That the matter of paving with asphalt
Franklin street, between Seventh street and
Sixth street, including all intersections, be
tween Seventh, Sixth and Franklin streets
be, and the same is hereby referred to the
Board of Public Works to investigate and
report.
First—ls this improvement proper and
necessary?
Second—Give the Council an estimate of the
expense thereof, and state whether one-half
of the cost thereof is to be paid into the
city treasury before the contract is let.
Third—Can real estate to be assessed for
said improvement be found benefited to the
extent of damages, costs and expenses neces
sary to be incurred thereby?
Fourth—ls such improvement asked for
upon the petition or application of the own
ers of a majority of the property to be as
sessed for such improvement?
Fifth—Send the Council a plan" or profile of
said Improvement, as required by law, if you
report in favor of the same.
Sixth—Send the Council a proper order di
recting the work to be done.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
1896.
Yeas—Aid. Allard, Bell, Bigelow, Donahow
er, Kaldunski, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl,
Stutzman, Mr. President—lo.
Nays—o.
Adopted by the Assembly June 25, 1896.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke, Krah
mer, Lewis, Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr.
President—9.
Nays—o.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd F No. 6215—8y Aid. Donahower—
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the City of St. Paul:
That the matter of paving with asphalt
Exchange street, between Seventh street and
Fifth street, including intersections between
Fifth, Seventh and Exchange streets, be, and
the same is hereby referred to the Board of
Public Works to investigate and report.
First—ls this improvement proper and nec
essary?
Second—Give the Council an estimate of
the expense thereof, and state whether "one
half of the cost thereof is to be paid into
the City Treasury before the contract is let.
Third—Can real estate to be assessed for
said improvement be found benefited to the
extent of damages, costs and expenses neces
sary to be incurred thereby?
Fourth—ls such improvement asked for up
on the petition or application of the owners
of a majority of the property to be assessed
for such Improvement?
Fifth—Send the Council a plan or profile
of said Improvement, as required by law,
if you report in favor of the same.
Sixth—Send the Council a proper order
directing the work to be done.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
1898.
Yeas—Aid. Allard, Bell, Donahower, Kal
dunski, .Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl, Stutzman,
Mr. President—9.
Nays—Aid. Bigelow—l.
Adopted by the Assembly June 25, 1896.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke, Krahmer,
Lewis, Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr.
President—9.
Nayß—o.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd F No. 6216—8y Aid. Bigelow—
Resolved, That St. Clair street, between
Colborne and Duke streets, be sprinkled
for the season of 1896, subject to any order
or resolution of the Common Council, as
per petition attached.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
1896.
Yeas—Aid. Allard, Bell, Bigelow, Dona
hower, Kaldunski, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl,
Stutzman, Mr. President—lo.
Nays—o. „
Adopted by the Assembly June 25, xB9B.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke, Krahmer,
Lewis, Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr. Pres
ident—9.
Nays—o.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd F No. 6217—8y Aid. Allard—
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the City of St. Paul:
That the matter of constructing a sewer on
Iglehart street, from Fairview avenue to
Wheeler avenue, be and the same is hereby
referred to the Board of Public Works to
investigate and report.
First—ls this improvement proper and nec
essary?
Second—Give the Council an estimate of
the expense thereof, and state whether one
half of the cost thereof is to be paid into
the City Treasury before the contract is
let. . ,
Third—Can real estate to be assessed for
said improvement be found benefited to the
extent of the damages, costs and expenses
necessary to be incurred thereby?
Fourth—ls such improvement asked for
upon the petition or application of the own
ers of a majority of the property to be as
sessed for such improvement?
Fifth—Send the Council a plan or profile
of said improvement, as required by law,
if you report in favor of the same.
Sixth—Send the Council a proper order di
recting the work to be done.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
1896.
Yeas—Aid. Allard. Bell, Bigelow, Dona
hower. Kaldunski, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl,
Stutzman, Mr. President—lo.
Nays—0.
Adopted by the Assembly June 25, 196.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig. Daly, Kirke, Krahmer,
Lewis Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr. Pres
ident—9.
Nays—o.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd F No. 6218—8y Aid. Markham—
Resolved, That the Board of Public Works Is
hereby directed to have the cement sidewalk
relaid and extended to the curbllne at the In
tersection of Summit avenue and Dayton ave
nue; also at Summit avenue and West Third
street; also at the intersection of Selby ave
nue and Third street when the contractor for
paving of said Third street and Dayton ave
nue shall have reset the curb to the new
lines as proposed under the contract for
paving said Third street and Dayton avenue.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
1896.
Yeas—Aid. Allard, Bell, Bigelow, Donahow
er, Kaldunski, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl, Stutz
man, Mr. President —10.
Nays—0.
Adopted by the Assembly June 25. 1896.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke, Krah
mer, Lewis, Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr.
President—9.
Nays—0.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd F No. 6219—8y Aid. Kaldunski—
Resolved, That 'Virginia avenue be
sprinkled between University avenue and
Charles street for the season of 1896.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
1896.
Yeas—Aid. Allard, Bell, Bigelow, Donahow
er, Kaldunski. Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl, Stutz
man, Mr. President—lo.
Nays—o.
Adopted by the Assembly June 25, 1896.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke, Krah
mer, Lewis, Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr.
President—9.
Nays—o.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd F No. 6220—8y Aid. Kaldunski—
Resolved. That the Gasoline Lamp Contrac
tor be directed to remove the gasoline lamp
from Sherburne avenue, between Oxford and
Lexington avenue, to the northeast corner of
Oxford and Stlnson street.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
1896.
Yeas—Aid. Allard, Bell, Bigelow, Donahow
er, Kaldunski, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl, Stutz
man, Mr. President—lo.
Nays—o.
Adopted by the Assembly June 25, 1896.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke, Krah
mer, Lewis, Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr.
President —9.
Nays—0.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd F No. 6221—8y Aid. Kaldunski—
Resolved, That the gasoline lamp contractor
be directed, to remove the following lamps:
Numbers 1018, 1164 and 1165;' and locate the
same on Como avenue, north of Union street:
First, 100 feet from Union street, on the
east side of Como avenue; K«conl, ;oc U>tt
on the west side of Como avenue; third. 300
feet on tho cast side of Como avenue, from
said Union street,
Adopted by the Board of Alderman June 23,
im.
Yeea—Aid. Allard, lUii, Bigetow, Boa*-
flffi 'StiVtt PAUL <St6kE« 'f&fot>AY,~ WW Wfc' 1 ' 'i&sf
hower, KaldunsVi, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl,
Stutzman, Mr. President—lo.
Nays—o.
Adopted by the Assembly June X, 1391.
Yeas—Messrs. Crarg, Daly, Kirke, Krahmer,
Lewis, Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr. Pres
ident—9.
Nays—o.
Approved June 27, 1890.
Bd F No. 6222—8y Aid. Kaldunski—
Resolved, That the Board of Public Works
cause Marlon street, from University avenue
to Fuller street, to be sprinkled during the
remainder of the season of 1996, subject to
such further orders as the Common Council
may make In reference thereto.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
1696.
Yeas—Aid. Allard. Bell, Bigelow, Dona
hower, Kaldunski, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl,
Stutzman, Mr. President—lo.
Naya—o.
Adopted by the Assembly June 23, 1C96.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig, Daly, Klrke, Krahmer,
Lewis, Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr. Pres
ident—6.
Nays—o.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd F No. 622»-By Aid. Kaldunskl—
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the City of Bt. Paul:
That the matter of reconstructing and re
laying the present wooden sidewalk to the
width of six feet on both sides of Martin
street where it is necessary, between Rice
street and Western avenue, be and the same
is hereby referred to the Board of Publio
Works to investigate and report.
Is the improvement proper and necessary ?
If so, send the Council a proper order di
recting the work to be done.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
1896.
Yeas—Aid. Allard. Bell, Bigelow, Dona
hower, Kaldunski, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl,
Stutzman, Mr. President—lo.
Nays—o.
Adopted by the Assembly June £5, 1898.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke, Krahmer,
Lewis, Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr. Pres
ident—9.
Nays—o.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd F. No. 6226—
Resolved, That a warrant be drawn upon
the City Treasury, payable out of the "Police
Pension Fund," in favor of the following
named persons and for the amounts set oppo
site to their respective names, the same being
for the month of May, 1896: Mary MeCar
rick, |33.33; Henry Galvin, $37.50; William
O'Keefe, $37.50; John Vogtle, $37.50; Robert
Palmer, $37.50; Isaac D. Morgan, $50; Mrs.
Caroline Costello, $33.33; Edward Sheilds
$37.50; Mrs. Hermine Bresette, $33.33.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
1896. (
Yeas—Aid. Allard, Bell, Bigelow, Dona
hower, Kaldunski, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl,
Stutzman. Mr. President—lo.
Nays—o.
Adopted by the Assembly June 25, 1896.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke, Krah
mer, Lewis, Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr.
President—9.
Nays—o.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd F. No. 6227—8y Aid. Kenny-
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the City of St. Paul:
That the mater of paving Jackson street,
from Seventh street to Ninth street, be and
the same is hereby referred to the Board of
Public Works to Investigate and report.
First—Is this improvement proper and
necessary ?
Second—Give the Council an estimate of the
expense thereof, and state whether one-half
of the cost thereof 1b to be paid into the
City Treasury before the contract is let.
Third—Can real estate to be assessed for
said improvement be found benefited to the
extent of damages, costs and expenses neces
sary to be incurred thereby?
Fourth—ls such improvement asked for
upon the petition or application of the owners
of a majority of the property to be assessed
for such improvement?
Fifth—Send the Council a plan or profile of
said improvement, as required by law, if
you report in favor of the same.
Sixth—Send the Council a proper order di
recting the work to be done.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
1896.
Yeas—Aid. Allard, Bell, Bigelow, Dona
hower, Kaldunski, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl,
Stutzman, Mr. President—10.
Adopted by the Assembly June 25, 1896.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke, Krah
mer, Lewis, Mabon, Reardon, ThomDson
Mr. President—9.
Nays—o.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd F No. 0228—8y Aid. Markham—
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the City of St. Paul:
That the matter of relaying and recon
structing with cement blocks the wooden
sidewalk on the northeastely side of Oak
land street, between Summit avenue and
Grand avenue; also on southerly side of said
Oakland street, between Summit avenue and
Ramsey street, with all necessary crosswalks
over all intersecting streets, alleys and boule
vards, be and the same is hereby referred
to the Board of Public Works to investigate
and report.
Is this improvement proper and necessary?
If so, send the Council a proper order di
recting the work to be done.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
1896.
Yeas—Aid. Allard, Bell, Bigelow, Dona
hower, Kaldunski, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl,
Stutzman, Mr. President—lo.
Nays—0.
Adopted by the Assembly June 25, 1896.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke, Krahmer,
Lewis, Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr.
President—9.
Nays—0.
Approved June 27, 1896.
Bd F No. 6230—8y Aid. Lindahl—
Resolved, That the Board of Public Works
cause Nash street, from Pine street to John
street, to be sprinkled during the season
of 1896.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen June 23,
1896.
Yeas—Aid. Allard, Bell, Bigelow, Dona
hower, Kaldunski, Kenny, Larsen, Lindahl,
Stutzman, Mr. President—lo.
Nays—0.
Adopted by the Assembly June 25, 1896.
Yeas—Messrs. Craig, Daly, Kirke, Krahmer,
Lewis, Mabon, Reardon, Thompson, Mr.
President—9.
Nays—o.
Approved June 27, 1896.
JOSEPH EHRMANNTRAUT,. JR.,
President of the Board of Aldermen.
JA*IES E. MARKHAM,
President of the Board of Aldermen.
O. H. AROSIN,
President of the Assembly.
MATT JENSEN,
City Clerk.
June 30.
STILLWATER NEWS.
Populists Hold a Convention-Frauds
Among LoKgen Hinted At.
The Populists held a mass county conven
tion yesterday, at which Andrew Richmond
presided as chairman, and E. E. Cowell, as
secretary. The following delegates were
elected to the Fourth congresional district
convention, to be held at Ltndstrom today:
Andrew Richmond, S. W. Powell, E. E.
Cowell, J. H. Cockburn, James Doran, Mal
colm Duncan, Neal Duncan, Edward Mackey,
Edward Flynn, John Thelander, Frank Web
ster, Hugh Burns, J. P. Wohlers, Philip
Mueller, Leonard Miller, John Zingerle,
Michael McGilen, Peter Lies and Oscar Olson.
Charles Clark died yesterday at the city
hospital of dropsy. The deceased was thirty
one years of age, and is survived by a broth
er, Patrick, living in Stlllwater, and a sis
ter, residing in the East.
For some time past it has been suspected
by local loggers that some person had been
engaged, in a particular locality, in obliter
ating the marks of the lawful owners on
some of their logs and substituting his own
mark. The logs so mutilated have been sold
to innocent parties and the lumbermen's board
of trade held a secret meeting yesterday
afternoon to determine what should be done
in the matter.
-«*•.
Miss Jefferson Married.
BUZZARD'S BAY, Mass., June 29.—Miss
Josephine, daughter of Charles B. Jefferson,
and grand daughter of Joseph Jefferson, the
actor, and Charles J. Rolfe, son of William
Rolfe, the Shakesperean scholar, of Cam
bridge, were married here today. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. Dr. Page, of
Fall River.
m
President Cleveland's Plan*.
WASHINGTON, June 28.—The president has
arranged his affairs bo as to be with his fam
ily at Gray Gables on the Fourth of July.
It is understood that he will follow his usual
custom and go by rail over the Pennsylvania
railroad to Jersey City and there embark on
Mr. Benedict's yacht Onelda and make the
remainder of the trip by water. Ha will be
accompanied by Private Secretary Thurbsr.
Blamed the Scale.
PITTSBURG. Juno 29,-Thr Keystone floll-
Mlll Co., ot this city, ilgned the Amalga
mated ncale today. It was the first firm In
the country to sign.

AHwiiii Bank Anvrovod,
WASHINGTON. *«»« ».-«» eßfr»pk9ll«
of tfes eurrew nag upprevsd the FinK Nft=
tloniil bank 8* M»nn<mß6ite as t^mvn agent
let the eitisoas 1 National ba&k «f Austin,
Minn,
WflflT Of DEPP
MOST IMPORTIXT^OP THE FACTORS
THAT PULLED WHEAT PRICES
DOWS,
n ■;-
CLOSE AT THE LOWEST.
ONLY O\K j RALLY IN THE]
PIT TO" VARY THE
MOXOTOXY.
1 1
PROVISIOXS STOOD OUT STEADY.
Corn and Oat« Were Affected by the
Weakness la Wheat and Cloned
Lovrer.
CHICAGO, June 29.—Lack of export
demand was perhaps the leader In the
variety of depressing Influences which
prevailed In wheat to-day. September
closed at 55 &c or %c below Saturday.
The other grain markets were heavy
and provisions steady. Wheat ruled
only moderately active with liquidation
a prominent jceature. The start was
weak on the heavy arrivals in the
Northwest, receipts there being heavier
than a week back, and 365 cars In ex
cess of a year ago. The weather, too
was most favorable in all sections and
was a weakening factor. There was a
decrease on ocean passage of 1,520,000
bu, .and the day's exports made a fair
showing, both of which had later some
thing of a stimulating tendency. At
the advance offerings Increased and
prices again sagged back, selling lower
than on the early break. There was a
fair trade in corn and a moderately
active market. The feeling manifested
was weak and still further declines were
scored. Final figures showed a decline
of %c. Oats were active, weaker and
lower. The shorts covered in both July
and September. On the break there
was good buying and the market closed
steady at about the bottom. Specu
lative trarUner in hog products was
moderate and mainly in the way of
trans'errina contracts from July to
September at the current differences.
Prices ruled lower on all the leading
articles early in the day, but toward
the close the feeling was firmer, and
prices rallied to outside figures and
closed rather steady. Estimated re
ceipts for tomorrow are: Wheat 13
cars; Corn 700 cars; Oats 430 cars; Hogs
17,000 head.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open- High- Low- Clos-
Artlcles. ing. est. est. ins.
Wheat-
June 54%-% 54% 53% 53%
July 0414-% 54% 53«* 53%-74
September 55%-% 55% 55 55',i
Corn— .
June 26% 26% 261,4 26%
July 26% 26% 2614 26%
September 27% 27% 27% 27',i
May 30% 30% 29% 29%
Oats-
July 15% 15% 15 15V 2
September 16 16 15% 15'/ 2
May 18% ig% 18 18'g
Pork—
July 685 700 6 82V, 700
September 705 7 17% 7 02*1 715
Lard-
July 385 3 f>7% 385 8 87%
September 4CO 4 02y 2 400 4 02%
Short ribs —
July 360 365 360 8 62%
September 3 77 Vs 380 375 380 "
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour-
Weaker. Wheat—No. 2 spring, 53% c; No. 3
spring, 49@55V 2 c; No. 2 red, 54%@56%c. Corn
—No. 2, 36%@26%c. Oats—No. 2. 15Vi@15%c;
No. 2 white, 16^c; No. 3 white, 16%@i7c.
Rye—No. 2, 28% c. Barley—Nominal; No. 3,
f. o. b., 22@29c; No. 4/ f. 0. b., 19s. Flax
Seed—No.. 1, 76c. Timothy S*ed—Prime, $2.90.
Pork—Mess, per bbl, $7. Lard—Per 100 lbs,
$3.87%. Ribs—Short sides (loose), $3.60@3.60.
Shoulders—Dry salted (boxed), 3%@4%c.
Sides—Short clear (boxed), 3%@4c. Whisky
—Distillers' finished goods, per gal, $1.22.
Sugars—Cut loaf, ?5.57; granulated, $4.95;
standard A, $4.57. Corn—No. 2 yellow, 26%@
2671 c. Receipts—Flour. 6,000 bbls; wheat,
7,000 bu: corn, 329,000 bu; oats, 359,000 bu;
rye, 1,000 bu; barley; 22,000 bu. Shipments-
Flour, 8,000 bbls; wheat, 50,000 bu; corn, 293,
--000 bu; oats, 597,000.bu; rye, 2,000 bu; bar
ley, 3,000 bu. On the" produce exchange today
r-he butter market wras steady; creamery, 9<g/
14%e; dairies, 9@l2c. Eggs—Steady, '7%c.
Jheese quiet, 7@7Uc
Duluth and Superior Grain.
DULUTH, June 29.—The marlcot was weak
tcday, but trading was more active than for
ten days. The small decrease in the visible
and reports of gold exports gave a strong
bearish tendency. The market opened V B c
off Saturday's close at 551,6 c, and sold down
as low as 54%~c, hovering around that point
and closing at 54% c. September sold at July
price today, and 'there was considerable
changing from July' to September. The cash
demand was good, : 2Co>oGG bu being sold, the
mills taking 20,000 bu. The coarse grain mar
ket is the lowest ey^r known here. Rye is lc
below the lowest price ever recorded in this
market. Flax is ±^<r fcelow, and oats %c
below.
Wheat stocks In '•■elevaH.ors increased 149,879
bu this week, and aggregate 9,091,709 bu, as
follows: No. 1 hard, 1,356,942 bu; No. 1
northern, 4,931,093 bu;No. 2 northern, 1,176,
--451 bu; No. 3 spring, 340,734 bu; no grade,
9,523 bu; rejected, 24.459 bu; special bin, 1,
--252,537 bu. Coarse grainß are: Corn, 13,266
bu, increase of 3,768 bu; oats, 263,344 bu. In
crease of 9,787 bu; rye, 324,615 bu, increase of
96,919 bu; flax, 1,461,998 bu, increase of 39,268
bu.
The close: Cash No. 1 hard. 55% c; No. 1
northern, 54% c; No. 2. northern, 51%@53%c;
No. 3 spring, 50%@61%ci rejected, 45%@51%c;
to arrive, No. 1 hard, 55% c; No. 1 northern,
54% c; June No. 1 florthern, 54% c; July No. 1
hard, 56c; No. 1 northern, 54% c; September
No. 1 northern. 54% c. Receipts—Wheat, 129,
--125 bu; shipments. 112,040 bu. Cars inspected,
286; last year, 193. Receipts—Corn, nothing;
oats, 17,491 bu; rye, 4,112 bu; barley, 18,235
bu; flax, 4,320 bu. Oats—Close, 16%@15%c.
Rye, 28% c. Flax, 76% c.
Milwaukee.
MILWAUKEE, Wis., June 29.—Flour steady.
Wheat weak and lower; No. 1 northern 57% c;
September, 55% c Corn dull and easier; No. 3
27% c. Oats lower; No. 2 white. 18c; No. 2 do,
17%@18c. Barley quiet; No. 2, 28c; sample,
22>2@28%c. Rye dull and lower; No. 1, 30c.
Provisions weak.
Butter and Eggs.
NEW YORK, June 29.—Butter easy; West
ern dairy, 9<?i>l2c; Western creamery, lll^®
15c; Elgms, 15%. Egg market quiet; state and
Pennsylvania, 12@12%c; Western, 10%@12c
CHICAGO, June 29.—Butter steady; dairies
9@12; creamery, 12@14%c. Eggs steady, 7@7%c.
NEW YORK PRODUCE.
Wheat Options Decline all Day and
Closed Weak.
NEW YORK, June 29.—Flour—Receipts,
30,500 bbls; exports, 9,185; wealf and lower to
sell. Rye^—Weak. Barley—Weak. Wheat —
Receipts, 89,500 bu; exports, 181,935 bu;
spot, weak; No. 1 hard, 65c; options declined
all day with a final alight rally on export
buying, closed %@Xc Ijawer; No. 2 red, June
closed 60% c; September, 60 15-16@60%c, closed
61% c. Corn—Recqlptsj ,148,400 bus; exports,
86,680 bus; spot, weak; No. 2, 33% c; options
selling oil %@%c. June closed 33%0; Sep
-86,680 bu; spot, weak- No. 2, 33% c; options
tember, 33%@33%er closed 33% c. Oats—Re
ceipts, 366,100 bu; .exports, 280,668 bu;
weaker; No. 2, 21% c; options making a new
low record, closed %@%c lower; Septem
ber, 20tt@20%c, closed 20% c. Hay—Dull.
Hops—Dull. Hides—Quiet. Leather—Steady.
Wool—Quiet. Beef—Quiet. Lard—Steady.
Pork—Steady. Tallow—Lower. Cotton seed
oil—Nominal. Petroleum—Dull. Rosin—
Quiet. Turpentine—Steady.- Plglron—Quiet.
Copper—Steady. Lead—Steady. Tin—Easy.
Spelter—Dull. Coffee—Options closed dull at
net decline 6015 points; spot coffee, Rio dull;
No. 7. 18; mild, QUlot; Cordova, 18® 18.
Sugar—Raw, dull. '
Liverpool,
LIVERPOOL, Jubo 80.—Wheat futurs* easy,
#5 lotfer. Current, seeeaa, th^rd. fourth and
fifth months. 4a. 9%d, Mali*— Spot steady:
mixed Amenran per cental 3s w, Future?
dull, but steady, Gurrest month 8g y.d; third
3s: ttmrlh & U4: fifth Saul- *[*& 3s id,
Flour, first bakers Minaeapoiis IBs 6d,
Treunvry Statement,
WASffIKSTOiK, JHB9 &^-foUf'B state
ment of the oonjitiiw of tag \feMWj wows;
Av&Hefcis P§sh fftUaae, tm,luM:, geld w
serre, ftfo.llljOii,
HSW YeftK, Juae »,-A wmbet at bittern
for out-of-town market* had toail order* for
duplicate and new engagements of bleached
cottons, printed fabrics and other seasonable
specialties. For other staples there was an
irregular request for small selections.
Sriggs Bros.
Wholeaals Dealers in
SEEDS!
Write for prices, stating quantities wants!
AgentsTHß KILMER HATBALB TIBS.
Thlrdaod C«aarit»., St. Panl.Ulnn
ST. PACTi MARKETS.
Only Moderate Activity Xoted In
Grain.
In grain only moderate activity is noted
Speculative trade neglected. In corn and oats
a decline in prices is noted. Very little doing
in rye, and flax arrivals light and quota
tions about nominal. The same may be said of
barley. Feed shows a decline with dull
market, Hay market unchanged and very
slow except for choice qualities.
Quotations on grain, hay, feed, etc., fur
nished by Griggs Bros., commission mer
chants:
Wheat—No. 1 northern, 53353^0: No. 2
northern, 52^@52%c.
Corn—Xo. 3 yellow, 24@24>ic; Xo. 3, 23®
| Oats—No. 3 white, 15@15%c; Xo. 3, 14%@
| 15c.
I Barley and Rye—Sample barley, 203>24c:
} No. 2 rye, 26%@26%c; No. 3 rye, 26®26fcc.
Ground Feed and Mill Stuffs—No. 1 feed
| ground, two.bushels corn to one bushel oats
$10@:o.25; No. 2 feed, ground, one bushel of
! corn to one of oats, $10.25@i0.50; No. 3 feed.
! ground, one bushel of corn to two bushels of
I oats, $1O.50@11; cornmeal, bolted, $14@15
--; cornmeal, unbolted, I 9.50&10; bran, bulk S5 25
I @0.50.
Hay—Choice lowa and Minnesota upland,
! J.gi.uO; No. 1 upland, $6@6.50; No. 2 upland,
; J5§5.50; Xo. 1 wild, 15,7506.25; No. 2 wild
J6@5.50; no grade, $3@5; choice timothy,
|8.;.U<89; No. 1 timothy, JS@S.SO; oat and rye
straw. $3@3.50.
Beans—Erown, per bu. J1S1.10; navy, hand
picked, per bu, $1.15@1.23; medium, hand
picked, ll^l.lO.
BUTTER—Fancy separator, 13%£L4c- ex
tra creamery, 13c; first creamery, ll@l2c
second creamery, 9@loc; fancy dairy 11®
ll%c; first dairy, 9©loc; second dairy, Bc
packing stock, 7@7%e; grease. 3c.
CHEESE—FuII cream. 7%©Be; primost 4
m^c; brick cheese, 7@9c; Limburger cheese
<%@B%c; Young America, i]^S9V.c- Swiss
10011 c; skims, 2%<§3c.
FGGS—Fresh, cases returned, 7%@Bc; sec
onds, cases returned, s@6c
LIVE POULTRY—Turkeys, mixed. 6@7c;
turkeys, hens, 7@Bc; chickens, spring 11®
13c; hens. 7@Bc; mixed, 6@6%c; ducks 7©
8c; geese, s<?6c.
VEGETABLES—Onions, Southern, per bu.
£Oc(g$l; onions, green, per doz, s£Cc; onions,
Minnesota red, per bu, 30540 c; onions, white
per bu, 40-550 c; radishes, long, per doz; 4%
@sc; radishes, round, per doz, 4Vi'@uc; cauli
flower, per doz, 5C&76c; cabbage," California
per lb. l%@2c; lettuce, per doz. 8© 10c; cu
cumbers, per doz, 25<S40c; spinach, per bu,
25Q80c; pie plant, per 100, 4j@soc; string
beans, per bu, 75c; tomatoes, crate, 4 bas
kets. 75c; egg plant, per doz, $1; peas, per
bu. 50@60c.
PORK. BEEF, HAMS, HIDES, ETC.—
Hides, steer, green, per lb, 4Vb(§.G%c; hides,
cow. green, per lb, 4c; hides, calf, green, per
lb, 6%c; hides, steer, salt, per lb, s®7c;
hides, cow. salt, per lb. 506 c; pelts, 25^60-::
wool, washed. 13@14c; wool, unwashed, 7@
10c; tallow, 3c; pork, mess, $8.5039; beef,
mess, $8.G0@9; bacon, |7; hams, " $5.50@9;
hams, picnic, ?5@6; dried beef, 9%@11c; lard
J6@6.50.
ORANGES—California navals. $4@5: seed
lings, $3@4; Mediterranean sweets, ?4.75@5;
Maltas. $3.75@4; Valincies, $4 50(575.
LEMONS—Extra fancy, $4.25{U.70; fancy,
$3.23@3.75; Californiar, $2.50@2.75.
BANANAS—Port Llmons, $2(??2.25: Hondu
ras, No. 1, $1.25(5)1.75; Honduras, No. 2, $1@
1.25; cocoanuts, per 100, $4.75gn; pineapples,
per doz, $1.;"0@2.50.
CALIFORNIA FRUlTS—Apricots, $1; peach
es, 75®90c; water melons, per 100, $30g35.
BERRIES AND GRAPES—Strawberries.
Minnesota I*,1*, qt, 10^-: strawborric3, 24 qts, $2.50
<n-S; raspberries, 24 qts, $2.6002.75; blackber
ries, $2.5052.75:' blueberries, per bu, $2.25@
2.50: plums, $1.50@2.
APPLES—Standard, per bbl, $1@4.50; box,
50(§7Cc; box, dv, $1.2551.50.
POTATOES—New. 40?/ 46c.
DRIED FRUlT—Apnlea, evaporated. s@6p;
peaches, peeled, 14316 c: peaches, unpeele<L
6@7c; pear1?, 6£Be; apriests, 10@12c; raspber
ries, 20@21c; blackberries, 6!?r6%e; prunes,
California French. sc; cherries, 12@16c.
GAME AND FlSH—Black bass. 9@lCc; pike,
6@7c; pickerel, 4c: croppies, 3@4r:.
DRESSED MEATS—Mutton, packing house
stock, sffi6c: mutton, country, 5@5%c; veal,
fancy, Cgß^c; veal, medium. 4g.uc; lamb,
spring, pelts on, B@9c; lamb, 6@7c.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Flour, Feed, Grain, Hay, Etc.
Northwestern Agents tor PILLSBUKY'S BEST
FLOUR.
State Agents for (Jriswoid Uroi' Hay Balo
Ties. Write if for jirices,
iti, l&Uattd Is.j i.tj.l fit'» *»-.,*•.. Pinl.
MINNEAPOLIS MAIIKI3TS
Weaker, With Lower Prices Quoted
for Grain.
The market for speculative wheat opened
about %c lower, and after a little strength at
the decline, continued in a gradual reduction
In prices. Offerings of cash wheat were again
very small, and there was quite a scramble
among the millers to get hold of it. The
regular premium was advanced to l%c over
July prices on the decline, and much of the
spot wheat went at prices even higher than
that. Receipts of wheat were 325 cars. Ship
ments of wheat were 18 cars. Duluth receipts
of wheat were 286 cars. Flour output, week
ending June 20, 241,670 bbls. Following are
closing quotations: No. 1 hard, on track,
53Vfcc; No. 1 northern, 52%e; July, 50% c: Sep
tember, 61% c; on track, 52% c; No. 2 northern,
on track, 50% c. Cash sales by sample and
otherwise included the following: 50 cars
No. 1 northern, 53c; 4 cars No. 1 northern,
53J,4c; 1 car No. 1 northern, to arrive, 53c:
9 cars No. 1 northern, to go out, 5314 c; 3,000
bu No. 1 northern, to arrive, 52% c; 6 care
No. 2 northern, 52'/4c: 3 cars No. 3, 51c; 1 car
No. 3, frosted, f. o. b., 50c; 1 car No. 3, 51 %c;
1 c:g No. 3, stack stained, 50c; 1 car No. 3,
seedy, 49c; 3 cars rejected, 2 lbs off, 51c; 6
cars rejected, 2 lbs off, 50% c; 1 car rejected,
3 lbs off, 50c.
FLOUR—First patents. $3.20@3.50 per bbl;
second patents, $3.05g3.15; first clears, $2.45@
2.50: second clears, $2; red dog flour is quot
able at $10.25^10.50 per tom in jute. Flour
shipments, 41,521 bbls.
HAY—Coarse and off color, $3.80@4; me
dium, $4.50@5.50; choice to fancy, $6@6.50;
timothy. $9@9.50. Receipts. 63 tons.
CORN—No. 3 yellow, 23>i@24c; No. 3, 22%@
23e. Receipts, 9 cars: shipped, none.
OATS—No. 3 white, 15@15%c; No. 3, 14Vi@
15c. A choice car of No. 3 white sold at 16c.
Receipts, 49 cars; shipped, 92.
BARLEY—I9@2O%c, according to quality.
I Receipts, 4 cars; shipped, 6.
BUTTER — Creameries — Extras, perfect
I goods, 13>ic: firsts, lacking In flavor, almost
perfect,-12£ 13c; seconds, 10®lie; thirds, S@9c;
imitations, firsts, 10@llc; imitations, seconds.
B@9c. Dairies—Extras, perfect goods, 11@
ll%c; firsts, lacking In flavor, sweet, 9@loc;
seconds. Sc. Ladles—Extras, 9@loc; firsts 8@
B%c; packing stock, hay, s@6c: packing stock,
grass, 7%c; packing stock, in tubs, 8c; grease
butter, clean, 3c.
EGGS—Strictly fresh, l%c; seconds. 6@6%c.
i Cases returned. %c less. Sales are made
subject to candling, with loss off on rotten
and broken eggs.
Minneapolis Hone Market.
Barrett & Zimmerman's report: Horses—
The week opened with an average sized stock
on hand. Among the offerings are many fine
i drivers. Prices stationary. Representative
I sales:
Weight. Price.
1 pair gray mares, 5 and 6
years, sound 2,600 $130.00
1 pair brown geldings, 6 and 7
years, sound 2,900 190.00
1 bay gelding, extra driver, 6
years, sound, stylish 1,100 115.00
1 bay mare, 6 years, sound,
goodd driver 1,050 80.00
1 sorrel mare, 7 years, ser
vice sound 1,250 65.00
1 roan gelding, 10 years, ser
vice sound 1,400 40.00
Sllnnwuota Tratxuttv,
CATTLE=Tfae usual quiet Monday. De
mand for fat butcher eattla and stock grades
Unlimited, but thin, grassy stuff goes glow.
Ne, Wt. Pries
6 sows ■ 978 (2 65
1 cow §30 2 Bo
g ealvos „,.„,...... „,.!#) 400
1J aftlvas „,,................ ...,..,m 8 83
1 Cftlf „,.,.,........ „,,,,,,...m 4 m
8 flews „.....,.. ..,.....,.933 8 SO
HfKiS-Quiet, All said At ia.jh&ius.
BHHRt I—V&i1 — V&i sheep and lambs wanted. Qua.
tatieas steady,
f'iiijl Elacllivij.
VALFAJHIO, ewu, Jus* »,=■»• remit §f
Bfi«6 BffaguFU aad 191 fe» Vtaeata Riaa,
LOSSES ALL fILOSG
EFFECTIVE BEAR RAID THE FEA
TLRE OF THE EARLY STOCK
DEALINGS.
GRANGERS SUFFERED MOST.
FROM THEM THE SLUMP REACTED
OX THB WHOLE RAILWAY
LIST.
SHARP RALLY IX THE FIXAL HOURS
Followed by Renewed Weakness 1
and the Market Closed Near
the Day'n Low Point.
NEW YORK, June 29.—The opening
I trading in stocks to-day was signalized
'by effective bear demonstrations
against the list, the operators for the
short account being encouraged by the
: nervousness of the street and by the
; extensive liquidation that had marked j
' the close of the week. The dominating ■
influence was again the activity of the
pro-silver advocates. Other develop
ments bearing upon the market in
: eluded the publication of unfavorable
i traffic returns by the Burlington and
: St. Paul companies and the unexpected
: withdrawal of $1,100,000 in gold for ex
! port. In addition to the considerations
i noted, liquidation became evident and
as a result, severe declines were re
corded all along the line. A redeeming
i feature was the execution of heavy
purchasing orders for foreign account
to the estimated extent of 40,000 to
50,000 shares. This buying exerted only
j a temporarily sustaining effect, how-
I ever, and under renewed pressure,
j prices again trended downward. . The
unfavorable character of the Granger
statements reacted on the other rail-
I way properties, and in the slump, large
i blocks of stocks frequently changed
I hands. The coalers shared in the gen
; eral depression, despite the strong
! statistical position of the anthracite
industry. The extreme decline in the
Grangers were 2 3-8 in Burlington,
2 1-4 in St. Paul and 3 in Rwk Island.
A sharp rally from the low points was
; made in the final hour but during the
| last few minutes of business, renewed
I weakness set in and prices yielded to
; near the lowest of the day. The bond
\ market was fairly active and numerous
j declines were noted, averaging In the
j leading speculatlves about a point. The
losses were more extensive In some
1 instances. Governments were weak
and slightly lower for the new fours.
I Silver certificates gained a fraction on
I sales of $151,000.
The following were the fluctuations in the
leading l ail way and industrial stocks yester
day:
Open- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. Ing.
Minnesota Iron 64
C. F. & 1 23 23 22 22^
American Tobacc 63' i 64 62Vi 62^
j Atchison 13',i 13% 13 134
Am. Cotton Oil 10% 10% 9 9'fc
j C., B. & Q 74% 74' i 72% 72% i
C C, C. & St. L.... 31' i 3114 29 29
I Ches. & Ohio 14% 14}; 14 14Mj I
■ Chicago Gaa 65% 65% 614 61%
Cordage 5 5 4% i%
Delaware £ Hudson. .124' i 126H 124>A 124'fe
; Dis. & C. F. Co 14% 14?j mi 134.
.Erie 13% 13% 13% 13%
! do pfd 32%
! General Electric 30 30 27 27%
Hccklng Valley 16% IC% 16 15^
Illinois Central 92"i
Jorsey Central 105 105 10214 102
Kansas & Texas 10%
Lead 23 23 22V 2 22%
i L3u:s. &Nash 48% 48% 47^ 47%
: La!:o E. & W. pfd... 69 69% 69 67Vi
, Lalce Shore 151 151 100% 160%
Manhattan Con 104% 101«4 lOOVs 100%
Missouri Pacific 20% .214 20Vi 20% j
*.\\ P. common 8% i
do pfd 10' i 16^ 16' a 16%
New York Central 96 96 95ft 95%
I Northwestern 101V 2 101 ft 100 IOG'4
North American 4% 4% 4% 4' a
Omaha 42 42 41 40ft
do pfd 124
Pacific Mail iT'ft 22' i. 20% 21 '.i
Pullman 153
Reading; 14 14ft 13Vi 13%
Rock Island 68ft 68V* 65V* 66
Southern Railway Bft Bft Bft 8%
do pfd 26% 26% 25ft 25%
Sliver Certificates 69 69ft (ill »;92j,
Sugar Refinery 113 ft 113 109% 110
do pfd 101% 101% 101 Vi 101 ft
St. Paul 76-75 76 73% 74
do pfd 127V4
Tennesse Coal 22ft 22ft 20ft 20%
Texas Pacific 7ft 7ft 7ft 7ft
Union Pacific 6% 6ft 6% 6%
leather pfd 57ft 57ft 56% M%
Western Union 83ft 83ft 82% 82ft
Wabash 6ft 6ft 6% 6ft
do pfd 16 16ft 15% 15ft
M. & St. L. Ist pfd.... 78ft 78ft 78ft 77
do 2d pfd 40
•Second assessment paid.
The following were the closing prices of
I other stocks as reported by the Associated
j Press:
Adams Express ..145 INash. & Chatt... 68~
American Ex 110 |U. P.. D. & Gulf. 2'/>
! Canada Southern. 45% X. Y. & N. E.... 48
! Ches. & Ohio 14* Oregon Imp ft
1 Chicago & A1t0n.156 [Oregon Nay 14
j C, B. & Q 72% O. S. L. & U. N. 6%
Con. Gas 154ft|P., D. & E lft
C. C, C. & St. L. 29 Rio G. W 15
Col. C. & I ft do pfd 40
Del. & Hudson .124 Rock Island 66ft
Del.. L. & W 162 St. Paul 74
: D. ft R. G. pfd... 4fiftl do pfd 1274
! Erie 13% St. Paul & 0 40ft
i Erie Ist pfd 32 | do pfd 124
do 2d prf 18ft Tonn. C. & 1 20%
Fort Wayne 160 T. &O. C. pfd.... 70
• Great N. pfd 114 U. S. Express.... 40
C. & E. I. pfd.... 96 Wells-Fargo Ex.. 96
1 St. Paul & D 18 W. &L. E gft
i Kan. & Tex. pfd.. 22 do pfd 33
Louis. & Nash... 47% M. & St. L 16ft
Louis. A N. A.... 8 Col. F. ft 1 22ft
Mobile & 0hi0.... 19ftl do pfd 100
Bond List.
U. S. new 4s reg..H6% Cen. Pac. lsts. '95.102 ft
U. S. new 4s e0up.116% D. ft R. G. 7s ....117%
U. S. 5s reg 113 do 4s 90% I
do 5« coup 113 Erie 2ds 64% I
do 4s reg 108 ft G. H. & S. A. 65...105
do 4s coup 109% do 7s 97ft
do 2s reg 94*1 H. & T. Cen. 55.. 109 ft
Pacific 6s, '95 100 ft do 6s 100
j Ala., class A ....106 M. K. T. Ist 4s .. 81ft 1
do B 105 do Zd 4s 55
do C 95 Mut. Union 65....11 l
do Currency ....100 N. J. Cen. gen 65.120
La. new eons 4s .. 97',i Nor. Pac. lsts 115 ft
! Missouri 6s 100 1 do 2ds 110 ft
N. Carolina 6s. ...120 N. W. cons 140
do 4s 100 1 do S.F. deb. 55..110
S. Car. non-fund.. 1 Rio G. W. lsta.... 74ft
Term. new set 65.. 80 St. Paul cons 75..132 ft
do 5s 108 I do C. ft P.W.ns.llSft
do old 6s 60 St. L.&l.M.gen.Ss. 77
Va. Centuries 58 St. L.&5.F.gen.65..110
do deferred 5 Tex. Pac. lsts 83%
Atchison 4s 77ft do 2ds 19ft
do 2d A 38ft U. P. lets, '96 104 ft
Canada So. 2ds ..106 West Shore 4s ....106%
O. R. & N. lßte.. 112 ft Nor. Pac. 3ds .... 67
New York Mining Stock.
Bulwer $o.3o|Ontario 10.00 !
j Cholor 2.40| Ophir 1.05 |
Con. Cal ft Va .. 1.70; Plymouth 20 j
Deadwood I.sojQuicksilvor 1.87
■ Gould ft Curry .. I.lo| Go pfd 13.00
Hale & Norcross.. 120 Sierra Nevada 55
' Homestead 2d.00' Standard 1.25
i Iron Silver 18 Union Con 00!
Mexican 65. Yellow Jacket 40
I =
London Financial.
NEW YORK, June 23.—The Evening Post's
London financial cablegram gaya: There was j
j scarcely anything doing in the stock market ',
1 today. The largest movements -were in |
Americana, and these were of an adverse na
ture. The market !s very unsettled over the
probable attitude to be adopted by the Dem
ocratic convention in Chicago in regard to the
silver question.
BfdTT York Money,
NEW YORK, June 20.—Monoy on call firmer
at 2@2ft-; last lean 3, closed 333 ft. Prime mer
cantile p»p«r, 4@6ft per cant. Sterling ex
fho.nz» Btacdy v/:th actual buslnsso in bankers'
bills At $4-88^^4 fcr der.Utnd and (4.87®>4 for
; Sixty <Jfl>-8. Po<Uflil rates, ?4.K$©V(; and |4.89
@% Cammerdai bills. $4*BV>. fear «:lver.
&t%, Silver caniflCAtss*, 60%G%,
NSW YORK, Juh« 43,-Oi»ar;ng« |f1«.3«0,283;
boluioaa |S.ST7,£»Q.
CHICAGO, June ».=Money Bt§ady; en
sail, S@e per eentj ea tima, c p«? oaßt, N»w
TO THE lIOLUiUS OF
General First Mortgage <5c
Land Grant Bonds
OF THE
iita Poic Rig fioigiijr.
Holders of over a majority In amount of tha I
abore described bonds having deposited aaiua j
for conversion, on the oasis *ci forth ou page 13 j
of the plAii and agreement of reorganisation/
dated March IS. IttM, all other holders of sucb}'>
bonds who desire to avail of the privilege of
conversion on ihe above basis are hereby no
tified to deposit tlielr boudi at either of,
our offices on or bafore June 30th. 1898.'
Reorganization Certificates will be itsued for'
bonds so deposited.
The basl< of conversion Is 18* per cent io tn»
new 4 per cent. Prior Lien bonds of the reorO
ganizea Northern Pacific Railroad ion whfch in«
tereit from July Ist iSli shall be ailiujtedj
quarterly In ca«h ■. With 3 vex cent in cash pay- i
alle now on tue uld bocds for the interest dus
July Int. 1898.
OAi JIXV laf, 1893, the basis forconver-')
slon of bonds not previously deposited wi.l b«
reduced trout 135 percent, to 132 per
ceut.
J. P. MORGAN A CO.,
•a Wall Street. Sew Tori*
DREXEL A CO.,
Fifth and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia,\
DEUTSCHE BANK.
Berlin, j
R. E NEWPORT & SON
(KVEBTME3T BANKER*
Loan Money on Improved Property la >- Paul
and ii.iuae.ipollj.is
5 anu 6 %^3ii_or Bafarj"
New Pioneer i»ress 311* Reeve Bull Hill
Note—Our mortgages ara^
not made payable in arold.
L. I. Cabserlt. John S. Pbok^
Casserly 6c Prince.
General lusurance and Loins.
Money to loan ou Improved Rtal Estate at
current rules ,
Building Society loans released and stralcbi
mortKiige loans negotitiujd instead— with the "oiv
or before" privilege If desired. /
Offices 113 & 115 En licott Arcade/
' ■■-,■—:z. J,,
lUlcbael Uurun. Jame* Uoa i,
M. DORAN & CO.;
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
311 Jackson St.. St. Pan!. Mini!
BBSTBHGT3 OF TlTLffi
And Llata of I'rnpprtr Ovrnetl
l»> Any Individual Farniii.v I. ■
THE 3T, PAUU
TITLS mSOBHWCB * TRUST n±
C. L. HAAS COMMISSION CO?
Live Stook Commlssio.i,
I'nlon stock Yard-*, Ho:ith St. t*\ %\. ;
cThTf. SffllTH & «0^
",.„!„. (New York Stork Bxo'l&TiTX
number i Chicago Hoard of Tra-la.
riook«. Bondi, Brain. ?r)v;Vi\i Til
Cotton. Private wire* to Ne.T York *11 CM-/
capo. '.*'. Pioneer Presaßldg, £t. Paul. Mlna.
f.
llogers & Rogers
-1.1 VB s roc i o>Tf ?ii<^ir> i,
Chlon Stoclc Yard* south St. Pa il. Jin
York exchange. Gsc premium. Sterling post
ed rates, on demand. |4.89 ft; on sixty duya ab
$4.87.2. Bank dealings, $14,008,0.J2.
(jiolfl Shipment.
NEW YORK, June 29.—Lazard Freres hay»
withdrawn $700,000 In gold from the lUb-trttU*
ury for export to Germany tomorrow.
L.IVH STOCK.
. . >
Slroiifj nn«l Active at .South St. Pitu^
Vnrd.i,
Receipts— Hogs, COO; cattle, 100; calves, 10.
HOGS—Strong and active at Saturday's
prices. Heavy sold at $2.65^2.85; bufhera', '
$2.9<j(§3.05; light, |3.10®3.15.
Representative Sales —
No. Wt. Price No. Wt. Prloa
52 29S $2 75 70 144 $.1 10
12 19« 3 U0 27 m 2 95!
24 287 2 80 14 IHi 315
43 191 3 0040 IS7 3 10
CATTLE—Fat cattle btroug and active.,
Thin grassy cattle dull and weak.
Representative Sales —
No. Wt. PricejNo. Wt. Price
3 calves 166 $4 00 1 heifer 1,110 $3 15.
1 cow 1,d90 2 10.2 calves 226 4 00
1 steer 9SO 3 10 4 cows 9SO 2 50'
6 steers ....1,370 3 80 8 mixed ....1.055 3" 35
1 steer 1.050 2 50:1 cow 1,220 3 00
SHEEP—Steady at last week's decline.
ClllfllKO.
CHICAGO, June 29.—Cattl©—Common to
extra native steers. $3.40@4.60; bulk of sales^
$4@4.40; bulls and calves steady, unchanged.
Hogs—Heavy. J2.8003.25; medium weights,
$3.05<?}4.50; light, $3.2f.@3.50. Sheep—lnferior
to extra choice heavy, $1.75@4.25; bulk of
sales, $3.25@4; Texas sheep. $1.75©!!.13; year-,
lings, $4-60#5; spring lambs, $3® 3.60. Re
ceipts—Cattle, 16,000; hogs, 42,000; sheep, '
14,000.
DISTRICT COURT ROUTINE.
New Action* H< «im nml Canea llmnl
Yenterdu >•.
New Cases —
65,795—Anna Mary Rergner vs. Joseph B f
Guy; action to foreclose title.
€s,799—Robert L. Reade vs. Margaret O.
Burton; foreclosure of mortgage on Dota (or
$800.
65,797— G. F. Sunwall & Co. vs. L. O. Hoi.
lester et al.; suit to recover $300 on a prom
issory note.
Orders and Decisions —
709—Order in the matter of the assignment
of A. C. Kuby, Insolvent, allowing final ac
count of estate and authorizing dlstrlbutloa
of assets. Kelly, J.
65,410—R05a Gribble vs. City of St. Paul;'
application of plaintiff for new trial denied,
on grounds of no newly discovered evidence
having been submitted. Brill, J.
Before the Judges—
65,144—Howard Wheeler, as receiver, vs>
Adolph T. Rosen; dismissed on motion ot
plaintiff. Otis, J.
65,145 —Howard Wheeler, as recplver, vs.
Williams Ames, continued. Otis, J.
Agusta U. Hurd vs. Henry, Norman an<|!
Louis Kittson et al.; on trial before Judge 1
Brill.
64,726—Charles. William and Laura Hart
man vs. Henry Justus et al.; submitted to;
Judge Kelly.
64,691—August E. Gustafson vs. Hilda Gus^
tafson: action for divorce on ground of de-0
sertlon. granted by Judge Egan.
65,691—Mary H. MacVeagh vs. Lincoln Mao.
Vcagh; action for divorce on ground of de« (
sertlon, granted by Judge Egan.
Mlnnc tonka Instead of MlMi«»ipn4«|
The regular Fourth of July regatta o? the
Minnesota Boat club has been held In formes
years on the Mississippi. This year it -n ill J
take place over the Hotel Lafayette cour-i», '
Mlnuetouka Beach. The series of err-ntu wlij :
be followed at 6 o'clock by a contest between,!
the Dniverslty of Wisconsin eight and the,
Minnesota* Three afternoon trains via tho,
Great Northern rally.-ay. Ticket offices. 300 1
Nlcollet avenue, Minneapolis, acd Utf East-
Third street. St. Paul._
Becomes) Canhler «t \\ Inonn.
Special to the Globe.
LITTLE FALL 9, Minn., June 29.—Th«o
Wold left yesterday for Wlnona. «rb«M he'
has been appointed cashier of the German-}
American National bank of that city.
To Buffalo Without Chnngr.
To secure this, make a note that s: <
sleeping cars will leave Minneapolis 7:vj rbS
St. Paul 7:40 p. m., Sunday, July 5. riuu) rg
via. tho Burlington Route and the M, .V^.ia.
Cantral to Buffalo, N. V., without ,r^..-m^a.
ThU U by far the best route for worn at-
Undltiff the National Educational. A.^sia
tlon, On« faro, plus $2.00, for tho rcu..^ 1
l»uy ticket* and reserve sleeping oar &;poni- t
modaticaa at 400 Kobsrt street (Hoca) liyin),
St. PhU), or 306 Nlcollet avauue. iUan: .;:ol:s.
Tho "St:<?nlc MissUjlppl Ulver Liua" aad
th« "Niagara FtlU Route."

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