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Willy ltl ,rt.l for til* lily fil.,1.
Flour shipments 1,01)0 barrels.
Wheat receipts 10.000 bushels.
John T. Oilman has filed a voluntary pe
tition in bankruptcy.
Frank W. Tbaxter,Esq., of Eldora, Iowa.,
was looking over the city yesterday.
The board of education will meet again
Saturday morning next at 0 o'clock.
Yesterday workman ware engaged in put
ting gas pipes and fixtures into the court
A very brilliant lunar rainbow was visible
Tuesday e\euing about 9 o'clock. I twas
Wheat unchanged,"standing yesterday at
S1.0S for old No. 1, and $ 1 for No. 2, old
and new No. 1.
The sum of $18,422 WAS disburPed by the
last council meeting. $5,000 only being for
the stone arch bridge.
The grand army of murderers are on the
war patti toward the haunts of the innocent
prairie chickens this morning.
Hart Brackett enjoyed the luxury of a run
away yesterday, but no ppecial harm was
done aside from springing an axle.
Yesterday the contract was signed with
John Casey for the widening of the ap
proach to the First street bridge over Bas
The Walker family will be the Saturday
night attraction at Harlow Gales' dime con
cert. "All promenade" will be on the pro
The owners of drive wells met at Cooper's
Union hall Tuesday evening to talk the
nvitter over, but nothing definite in the
matter was settled.
H. E. Newion, of the agricultural paper,
says he will issue the customary edition of
his publication during fair week, the 1'riO-
it/ie to tae coutrary not.vitUstauding.
Employes of the city water works were
innkiiig the grand tour yesterday examining
where the water gies to which is io pii
fir. S.mie of the largest nsumer sh.mlu
be tered and CJinpellod to pay for what
The exposition authorities opened a 2:li)
clues yesterday, and before noun four entries
were made. There never was such a galaxy
of fast rmuiiii aid Iruitiu^ horses gathered
together in the west in one enclosure as will
be in Minimipolw during exposition week.
Can any body t^ll the reason why the
county auditor, which is the hardest worked
oflic in the county, is the jore.it paid of
any? Is there any good reason why Ironi
$4,000 to TJSG.OU.) should Ins pud to the
Bheriif, cleric of tl court an! roister ot
Catherine Schulev was married to Andrew
S'huler in 1317, at the city of Milwaukee.
\VU. Yeitt'rdiy Catharine tile I a demand
for a div ro fro.n Anlrew oa th? ground of
cnieliiu I inh imati trea limit. Tue parties
now reside in UijjajlJ, the h.isbaud being a
It is the general impression that the State
board of equalization will raise the Hennepin
county assessment at least 10 per cent. This
would* probably he a blessing in disguise, as
it would decrease that 3 per cent, tax just
little, and woul not touch 50 par cent, of
the actual value of the property there.
S. II. Mittison, Esq., will next Monday
break ground for his new block, on Nicollet
avenue, between Third and Fourth streets.
The block will be 44x100 feet on the ground,
three storits high, with an ornamental front
of pressed St. mis brick and Kasota stone.
The block was designed,and its construction
will be superintended, by Will Grimshaw.
The street railway was closed for travel to
the East Division on Monday, and will not
be open agiiu until to-d iy. This was owing
to the necessary changes in the line on Cen
tral avenue, necessitated by the one-track
resolution of the city council. Cnving to
this suspension of transportation the Educa
tional association moved its sessions from
the University to Association hall.
The tax committee of the city conncil has
been summoned to ruoet at the cily clerk's
office, at 7:30 p. M., on SaturJry evening next,
for the purpose of reconsidering the tax
levy. Here is a good opportunity for the
intelligent tax pryer. who thoroughly under
stands the art of successfully miming a
municipal corporation without money to
come forward and instruct the people's agents
how to do it.
Sessions of the. Iif.(it XcsterilntiIn thfl
Jllornlnfi at f/i Ufiiverxitji.tfti-t'iioonut
Avt'xs'a I Htil
The State Educational association opened
its meeting proper at the university yester
day forenoon at t) o'clock, with President
Johns in the chair. Prayer was offered by
Iiev. J. H. Hancock.
The accommodations for reaching the
university being at zero on account of the
Btrtet railway being torn up, it was finally
determined to consult tttJ convenience of
delegates in attendance by removing to the
West Side, and County Superintendent
Smith of this city was appointed a commit
tee to secure quarters. Before a Ijourument
S pt. rtniith ivported that Association Lull
Lad been placed at the service of the conven
Oa motion it was resolved to limit re
marks of memoers in discussion to ten min
Dr. R. Stockly then read an able paper on
pr ignuume tor graded and ungraded suuools,
which was listened to with the closest atten
H. A. Pratt followed with a paper on the
methods of conducting recitations.
After a recess of twenty minutes, during
which a number of the members paid their
dues and indulged in social intercourse, the
programme was carried oat as foliowt:
A paper on compulsory education, by
Prof. C. A. Morey, of the vVmoha Normal
The chair was empowered to appoint a
committee on resolutions and nominations,
and the committed on nominations tvtpiested
to suggDst the uex ul toe of meeiiug.
Tue meeting tueu took a races} for din
In the afternoon the association assembled
fit 2 o'clock. Addresses were made by the
several gentlemen as iud cated iu the pro
gramme as published yesterday.
Prof. Noyes, of the deaf and dumb asylum
at Faribault, brought that institution before
the assembly, and asked tlie aid of tue
teachers preseut in conferring the advant
ages of that institution us much as possible
upon the unfortunates in their vicinity.
The president announced the following
Ou Nomiuitions J. 0 Hancock,
Wrig.jt and Goodtute.
Ou .ResolutionsW. W. Folwell, L. B.
Sperry, M. B. Everett.
Papers were read as follows: By Supt.
A. i ltoo on '"School Buildings and
Grounds," and by Prof. Baokdahl ou High
la the evening the ciwiveution assembled
it 7:30. and the proceedings were very ac
ceptably opened by a song from the Glee
lub. after which Prof. Burt, State supeiin
tendent. Tead a remarkably able and thought
ful paper by Prof. J. Gray, of t'.e St.
Cloud Normal school, on the theme,
Natural Science in the Public Schools."
A general discussion followed, participated
in by Profs. Tnylor, andjKoe. Washington
'.ounty Backdolt. of Blue Earth county
Levi Wright, of Fillmore county Tanner, of
Steele county Goodhue, of Rice county
Folwell, (jf the State university, and a num
ber of others.
At 9:15 the convention adjourned, after
some thirty or forty had signified their iiiten
ion of accompanying the excursion to Min
etonka on Friday.
Following is the'programme for to-day:
1-0:10 A. M.Opening exercises.
1): 10-0:40An esay C. C. Curtiss
.1:40-10Discussion of the above essay.
10-11Improvement in school hy
giene, and method of
collecting hygiene sta
tistics C. N. Hewitt, M. D.
11-12Discussion and questions on the above.
3-8:30 P. Practicability of
teaching natural sci
ences in public schools J. Gray
8:30-8:45Discussion of the same.
)3 23-'J:3JReports of committees and miscel
[Before Judge Kea. I
Special letters of administration granted
to Petrius Nelson, in the estate of John
Blake, and an approved bond was filed.
Order made requiring Mary Carroll, ex
ecutrix, to render an account in the es
tate of Patrick Carroll on September 2d,
An order appointing Charles E. Parke
and C. B. Smith appraisers in the estate of
Susan A. Clark was made. An order was
also made correcting an act of the special
The Emerson will case was on trial this
[Before Judge Cooley.J
Emma Murray was arrested for malicious
ly defacing a house, the property of T. \V.
Joseph Stone. James Graham, Hans Olson,
and Michael Mallony, were discharged after
having been drunk.
William Wtrdert paid and costs for
Anna Crnahan paid $27.85 for being boss
of a co) of soiled doves.
Jessie Gray paid &10 tor occupying a room
in a house of ill-fame.
F. H. Herman and M. Shack bad a fibt
o:i the stairs in building on the Henm-piii
avenue side of Bridge square a'l about a
woman. B-rinan as the assail tut was fined
10 and costs, while Shack, having been
terribly thrashed, was let off with $ 5 and
Tin- fsrrriith Sfiet-t Literary.
The young people of the Seventh street M.
E. Literary g-ivo a highly pleasing entertain
ment last evening. The subject matter and
the handling of their subjects by the m?m-
bt-rs showed careful thought, and the partic
ipants deserved the hearty apphmse they ie
ceived. The piMgra me was opened by
a quartette, entitled '"Music from Heaven,"
after which Miss tmiithers, a well known
ocuti.-nist of Minneapolis, rendered "The
Shores of Tennessee."
Miss Buchilder convulsed the house with
her rendition of The Creeds of the Church
Hells." Many were the parts, and well were
they performed, and especially do ttiose who
produced original pieces deserve credit for
These oeieties occur regularly every al'
temate Wednesday evening, and will prove
a pleasurable ..nd instructive entertainment
to all who wist' to attend.
Little Harry, son of James H. Pottie,
seven ars of age, was out in camp with
his grandfather at Lake Minnetonka. On
Tui sday evening he was sent for water to a
well, which had been improvised by digging
down seven or eight feet, curbing, and sink
ing a barrel in the bottom. Th little fellow
while trying to draw the pail to the top,
slipped and fell headlong to the bottom,
striking Lis Lead on the chine of the barrel
eight feet below an I literally te iriug the
scalp from the entire side of his head.
For moment he was insensible, but the
cold water revived him, and the little hero
climbed out at the top and walked some dis
tunc to the camp, where a surgeon happened
to be, and hisinjuies were attended to. He
now lies at his home iu a prociriou3 condi
A Hit rut Cnrtririuti.
New York Express.]
Mr. Blackburn has got the right of it. He
says: ''One best trait of the Anglo-Saxon
race is that they have no use for a coward.
Mr. Tilden has proved himself such, and
can never get a half decant support outside
of New York." The small squad of politi
cians here and at Albany who are trying to
resurrect tilden for 1830 mav as well save
their labor and spare their pains. When a
cartridge Las been fired once and has failed
to hit the mark, people don't usually try to
load with it again for another shot. Tilden
is a burnt cartridge.
A newspaper carrier wit i horse. Apply at Min
neapolis oiiice of the ULOBE, ojive.- Washington and
Thf Verdvns tiaurf
Is the best advertising medium in the Scandinavian
language iu the uortiiwu t. \U kinds of Scaudiua-
viaU job pnutiug cheap. Office, '21 Bridge square.
AttorueyB at Law.
OOlce No. J2 Wash.
Collections a Specialty.
Ave. S., Miauej.pjlis, Minu.
LONDON, Aug. 13. t'he ilai-k Line Exprexn
in its review uf the British corn trade, the past
week says: Reports regarding the yield of
wheat uro various, but generally speaking, the
harvest promises an improvement on last
year's. There art- several distri t.t, articularly
Norfolk, Uaiiibriilgeshire and parts of Essex,
where the opposite upiuiou obtains aud eoui
plaiuts arc rue ot biiaiy tilled ears, blight and
rust. Further noitu tue apfjearaaoe improves,
lu Lario.tbuire and Yorusmre the cro^s luos
ueaUliiec and heavier than lor some yt-ars. in
dcoiland there are equally favorable hope*/
Uoutlii.-titig reports are received regarding
barlfy, but where early sown ie crop wnl nut
leave much to be uesu-e.l, aitnou-^b it has sut
fernd from flood and draught. Very few sitn
pies of new wueat hu,va aiitved. ana Until sup
plies come in in ire freeh ht tie can be said re
garding the quality. An occasional parcel was
hmvii iu .Mark iuo for waiea the grovvers dt
uiauded fancy prions, but business will prub
auiy settle down tutJ its ordinary coarse tats
*'ecK. Supplies of \AA ar necessarily very
light, with such moderate inquiry as is to be ex
pected during narveat tim jyr.ees h_tve un
dergone no quotable uhai ge.
imports ot foreign wheut into London were
very (derate, Friday's return showing ouly
U,510 quarters. Ttiere was a decided improve
meiit in trade, especially of American descrip
tion, for which a ready sale was experienced at,
one smiling increase, anil in some instances a
greater advance. Much of the Kussian wheat
recently imported arrived in a heated, unsal
able condition. Advices from St. Petersburg
indicate a very large proportion of the grana
ried stocks aie iu a defective condition and
a most certain to heat during a summer voyage.
It is probaole puces will be very low for this
kind of wheat lor some time to come. The
somewhat unsettleU weather and continued
continental demand for wheat, both hero and
iu America, have imparted a farmer tone to
trade. Value* have imp oved from tix pence
to a shilling for cargoes off coast, and lor ship
ment. Maize is nearly a sixpence dearer.
New wheat 95c, a rise of 3c.
Shirt frontssplendid assortment at
John M. Glover, of Hudson, was in the
The steamer Knapp carried seventeen tons
of merchandise yesterday morning for up
Tommy Walters, Tuesday, carried 5,000
in silver from the lower depot to the Lum
Hersey, Bean & Brown will put in a camp
on Bone lake, in Wisconsin, a
Knife river and one on Tctogatic.
The Nellie Kent arrived yesterday from
Hastings with 300 barrels of flour intended
for New York by way of Duluth.
The Dispatch left yesterday with a raft,
one-half of which is consigned to Mr. J.
Zimmerman, Gutenburg, Iowa, the other
half to be sold.
Mr. W. W. Armstrong has been appointed
wheat inspector by the millers' association.
He's been there before and his services are
A chromo given away with every hat
purchased at Cutler Hospe'ssomething
entirely new. Chromo on Exhibition at the
gallery of E. Loomis.
Eleven cars of new wheat, shipped for
Minneapolis, Tuesday, via the St. Paul and
Duluth road. This was the first shipment
of new wheat this season.
The low stage of water prevented the in
tended excursion of the First Presbyterian
Sunday school to Marine. They have con
cluded to have a grand picnic excursion to
Lake Elmo this morning.
The moonlight excursion, given by the
Universalists last evening, was a pleasant'
affair, all seemed highly pleased with the
trip, and, judging by the number that went,
we should say the church treasury was bene
fitted to the amount of ijjSnO.
There were no golden spikes to be driven
to connect our two railroads with iron bands,
but Dave Branson bless-ed the last one
pounded in, and the section boss stood by
and cussed the man who drove it for not
striking straight. The English language
was terribly handled iu both cases.
Seymour, Sabin & Co. yesterday shipped
fourcaiLads of threshers, one for Council
Bluffs one for St. Pnul and ihe other two
for different pjints slong the St.
railroad. Last week this company manu
factured and shipped fifty thr.shers and still
the demand for the Minnesota Chief is una
William llulherford, who was indicted by
the grand jury on the 30tn of last May for
assault with a dangerous weapon, and who
.-uddenly left the city without stating his
destination, was brought before Judge Hor
good yesterday. He gave bonds to the
amount of T2) for his appearance at the
fall term ol court, which will be held Nov
Tue case of the Stats vs. J. L. Smith,
churged witli iking an 1 converting to hi
own u-*o and disposiug of a span of horse
belonging to Seymour, Sabin & Co., by vir
tue ol a chat.tle mort^ige. E. G. Butts,
appearing tor the defendant, asked for a
idjournment till Motid :y, tue IS). Motio)
granted and case sot for Monday at I
James Fitzsimmons was before Judg
Norgord yesterday on a charge of drunkei
ueris and paid a fine of $5 and costs. Fit*
simnions was couviett-J i.n- uttempted bui
glary in.Dod^e county district court at
sentenced 10 Statu prison iur one year. 11
was reieised Tuesday, his time having
oired, and as his spirits rapidly rose moi
ardent spirits rapidly went down. Th con
sequence was that ne found hiuieeif in tl"
affectionate embrace of Matt, who tenderl.
led him to the Lick-up.
The linuver of Anti-Fat Mraictnrg.
Miss Latimer, a lady very widely known
to the citizens of Chicago, died a few days
ago, from the effects, it was asserted, of poi
son taken in the form anti-fat medicine.
Her physician states that, although this
alone was not the cause of her death, as she
had for a long time suffered from sleepless
ness which finally produced cerebral conges
tion, it is true tnat the anti-fat medicine
greatly aggravated ber morbid tendencies
and hastened the fatal climax. She was
very corpulent, and was taking what was
represented to be a harmless vegetable prep
aration to reduce flesh. The deadly dose
proved to have been bromide ptison.
Don't Mind It.
[Rice County Journal.]
Hall is a dreadful fellow on Beeoher. He
is used to giving "him fits and hail Colum
bia." But Beecher don't mind it.
A member of the Alleghany (Md.) school
board has been expelled for ''drawing a pistol
on the president of the b-jtrd during its ses-
sion." This will teach him another time to
wait until the board has adjourned.
Democratic state_ ConTentioii.
A Democratic State convention will be held al
Music Hall, in the city of St. Paul, ou Thursday,
aept mbe 6tb, 187P, at 10 o'clock A. M. for the pur
nose of putting in nomimitioii candidates to be voted
tor at the eusuing general election, for the following
JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT,
CLEBK OF THE SUPREME COURT,
The apportionment, as agr ed upon at the late
suaettng of the State Central Committee, is based up
150 vtes or the mvjor fration thereof, of tlie
I'eras'e vote'a3t at the last geueral election for the
four priuerjal State officers voted for at that me
each "organized county being, however, entitled to
The several counties are, therefore, entitled to dele
gates as follows:
Blue Earth 11
Carlton i arver
uidge ilouglas b'aribiiult
Mnnnepln Houston...... Isanti
Kandiyohi Kit son
Lac qu Parle.
Lyon McLeod WM. LEE Chairman,
W. W. MCNAIR,
W M. P. CLOUOH,
B. S. BKOWN,
WM M. CAMPBELL,
E. M. WILSON,
THE ST PAUL DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MOTlNTCyG -AUGUST T5, T878.
District C-mr-gftM CDHYentlon.
The Democratic convention for the Third Oongrc?-\
glonal district will-be held at Mus'.c Hill, in the city
of St. Pan], on Friday, Sept. 6th, at 10 A. M., for the
purpose of nominating a candidate to represent said
district in Congress.
The basis ol representation as agreed upon by the
committee is one delegate for-ea 150 votes or ma
jor fraction thereof, of the average vote cast at the
la*t general election for the four principal State ofli
cers then voted foreach organized county, howev
er, to be entitled to one vote.
The several counties will therefore be entitled to
delegates ts follows:
Altken........ ljHeDnepin 15 Pope 1
Anoka 3|l3anti 1 Ramsey. 21
Becker ljKauabac 1 St. Loals. 2
Benton 2j Kifson 1 Sherburne....
Big Stone ULac qui Parle. 1 Stearn^
finrlton l|Lake 1 St'vns
Cais lJMeeker fijTodd
Chisago 1|M l'e lacs 1 Wadena
Clay JMorrlson 21 Washington
Crow Whig.... HOt'er Tail a'WIVn
Doug'.as ljPine lWrght
Grant llPolk 1 Yellow Med..
Local committees are earne-t.'y requested
promptly call county conventions for the s.lection
J. J. BTici., Chairman.
F. J. MEAD,
HON. W. M. CAMPBELL,
w. P. BKUNSON,
HSN. GEO. BRADLEY.
MONEY AND TftADE.
Money and Stock*.
NEW YOKK, Attgnst 14.
Gold opened at 100?6 and closed at 100}.
Carrylug rates 1 per cent.
Borrowing rates 22'4 per cent, and flat.
Bar silver here 115 in greenbacks 114^ in gold.
Silver coin %@i per ceat. discount.
Silver bar at Loudon 52& jence.
Kailroad bonds Arm.
State bon'ls quiet and steady.
The stock market displayed considerable buoyancy
in the early part of the day, and priceB advanced
to 1\i per ceat. At second call there was a reaction
of Vi% but towards the close a recovery tojk place
in many stocks, and the market left o2f strong.
Northwestern preferred waa the feature in late dea.
inga, and sold up to 66i,y.
The transactions aregnted 127,000 shares.of whicl
5,800 were Erie 34.UX) Lake Shore 12,000 North
wefteru common 17,000 Northwestern preferre-t.
i.0i! St. Paul comui 17,000 f.t. Paul preferred
3,700 Lackawanna 2,000 Michigan Central J,'*(
Chicago, Burlington 4 Quiucy 2,3J0 Hauuibal & St.
Jo, ami 9,001 Western Union.
Money easy at l1',?^
Quicksilver preferred 30'4
Mariposa viariposa preferred.
Wells & Fargo
S. Y. Central
3rie Erie preferred
Jnion Pacific 6touk
.Imey 94 9-16 Account ....94 13-16
UNITED 8TATES SECURITIES,
lew 4 coupous H'6% Erie
I0:0 10:15 10:30
olmsted Otter Tail
Renville Rice Rok
Scott Sherburne Sibley Stearns Steele strveus Swift
Waseca Washington Watonwan Wilkfii Winona
7 1 1 1
Local committees are earnest invited to promp'
ly call conventions iu their respecMve counties
selection of degates V'
106 1 Erie preferred 32' 5
110Jf Illinois Central P6
107'^ Pennsylvania Ceut'rl 35
11:30 11:45 :2:30P.M
T. Gt. MEAt/EY, ,v
A M. FBIDI-EY,
W. JAY WHIPI LE,
J. M. PAINE,
H, R. WELLS,
J. C. WISE.
PAHIS, August 14.
rllOf 90c. Sterling exchange on London
Markets in Detail.
The following quotations giving the range of tbt
oarkets during the day were received by
MORTON, MOORE & Co.,
TJTVWIPOOT,. August 1410:00 A.
*Vheat firmer held higher.
Floating cargoes turn dearer.
Cargoes on passage firm.
Cargoes off coat spring- and red winter 3d higher.
Cargoes off coast California 6d gher.
California wheat nearly due shilling higher.
LIVERPOOL, August 14-10:30 A, M.
Unfavorable weather causing firmer feeling.
LONDON, August 142 p. M.
Market quietly steady.
NEW YORK, August 14--11 A. M.
Corn active and higher.
Wheat strong full.yesterday's prices bid.
N EW XOBK, Aigntt 14l'i:f0 M.
N EW TOBK, August 142:00 M.
Wheat closed higher: gl. 14 bid Milwaukee Chicago
nominally l.li'/j No. 11.31) in store.
MILWA OKBE. CHTffAGO.
Aug. Sept. Aug Seit
9:30 A.M. 1.09% 994 l.OOii 954^
9:45 1.09 i 992 1.00* 9.5^@7t
10:00 1.09'4 9rf7jJ l.o 95
10:15 1.09J4 993 101J4 96?6
10:30 1.10 1.0.114 1,0 S-6%
10:45 1.1054 1.0154 L'U 9614
11:00 ,1.104 1.0154 1.03 9i/
11:15 1.1054 1.01.^ 1.03 m%
11:30 1.10(4 1.01i4 1.0.1 m%
11:45 1.10 l."o^ l.i 96%
12:00 M. l.tO 1.00J4 l.H2'-403 93
12:15 P. M. 1.10 1.U1 vl.0.1 &>%
1.01 1J)3 06 igt&i-,
12:45 1.09% 100^ 1.02140,03%
1:00 1.1194 1*J0% 1.024@0398?6
2:10 Call board 1.02 91%
Wheat receipts in Chicago 130,550 bushels Bhii
Wheat receipts in Milwaukee 14,760 bushels ship
11:30 12:00 12:30 33$
1 :oo 39 8
2: in Call board 39'-4
Corn receipts in Ch.cago 412,H37 bushels bhip
394 39\i !95
39'4 39 39?a!a4
11.01. lo.y59" ln.93 1.924 10.924
1^.S2", 10.814a8 10.80
Call b'rd 10.70j*246
7.75 7.75 7.774
per doz. butter beans 50c per bus. celery .40@Mc
per doz. green corn 4@5c pedr3 doz. egg plan 50&60o
per doz. rhubarb 13c pr
Hrime mercantile paper a^3v4 P*"" cent.
Custom receipts f4K5,tKKl.
The assistant treasurer disbursed $291,060.
Merltug, long "4-j short 89.
The following were the clortne quotations:
Coupon's, '81 107?K New4l4,
Coupons, '65, new.. .10-2' i New 4 per ceurs Wii^
Coupon*, '7 105 ,10-403, regular 16'..
Coupons, '68 l')7 jCoupons 109).
New 6d 106*4 Curreucy 6s 119
Weteru Union Tel.
C. C. U. & I
New Jersey Central.
Mil. & St. Paul
Terre Hautu pfd....
Chicago & Alton
& Alton pfd
Ohio & M'ssissippi..
D. L. &W
A. A P. Telegraph..
Hannibal St. Jo..
64". B4^8jC. P. bonds
84ii U. P. bonds (Uitiols Central
leve'aad Pittsburg 75 IU. P. land grant
Northwestern 35Jj I Sinking fund
85 (Virginia fis, new
"0111)63866 68, Old.
'eimessee 6s, uew.
'irginia Gs, old
Foreign Mmi*y Market.
LONDON, August 145 P. M.
colorabjit 10c per
doz lima beans 12vie per per quart.
Saint Paul Wholesale Produce Market,
Ausnist 14. i-.l,^'^
JVHI3TInactive old $1.95. During the day a
"ittle opposition forced the price up to $1.09, bat as
the denand was only temporary, quotation will
most probably recede to the former figure.
FLOURMarket dull patent process $G.firstname.lastname@example.org:
straight XXXX S4.50(5J.00 clear $3VXg.4.0u
XXX S2.email@example.com XX $firstname.lastname@example.org. Bye floor $3.50
COBNMarket dull prices unchanged 3^S5c to
buy and 36@37c to sell.
BAKI,ETFir i atSl-00^1 30.
OATSScarce demand light mixed 29c, white 28c
to buy: 31fej32c"to sell, free of elevator in bulk.
CORN UEAV Very dull bolted, $1.25 per 100 lbs.
BEANSFrom $1.25 for common to $2.25 for hand
GROPND FEEDVery dull no demand except In
.ery small lots $14 to the dealer $16 to the con
B-CTTERFirmer in all h'gher grades good grass,
5@8c choice, 10&Hc from well known dairies, 16
EGGSScarce no demand strictly fresh, 12
MEATMess pork very firm $11.50^12.00
*iams, country, 5,4&'?
I0@104c shoulders, 6'4@7c sides, 57c.
HAYMarket dull wild $email@example.com tame $10.00
$12.0O haled wild SU'.OO.
LIVE STOCKTo-day's transactions were con
Ined to the Fa"e of twenty head of prime steers at
1'ic to city retailers. The amount of cattle on hand
is very small.
SPECIAL MARKET BULLETINS
Received by tlie "Globe" During Yesterday.
[Special Telegram to the Globe. I
CHICAGO, August 149:30 M.Beerbohm, gener
illy sixpence higner all around and strong. Private
ables say weather is unfavorable for harvesting.
Oondou inactive. Liveri 1 firm and heavy. Rain
lafet night. Local feeling rather bullish on
[Associated Press Markets.)
Milwaukee l'rxlnc*' Market.
Mn.WAUX.XE, August 14.
FLOURScarce and firm.
liKAINWheat opened firm and %c higher closed
inn No. 1 hardo'd 17: No. 1Id 1.15 No. 2 new
1 09'4: August September l.-'O^ October
'Sl'4c: No. 3 old 0J(%c Corn firmer more a--
ve: No. 2, 39'4c Oats cnuVt and active No. 2 new
2'4c. Rye steady No. 1, 52c. Barlev quiet No. 2
tew caRh 1.2'2 uew September l.aKgti.'iS.
PROVISION'SFirmer but quiet me rork $10.82
cas'i and August. Laid, prime stenin S7.T5.
r'KKKlHTsWheat Huffal.-, He.
RECEIPTh-3,050 barrels flour 14,760 bushe's
"HIPMESTS4,140 barrels flour 21,490 boshel
Clilcagu Pruducr Market
IHIOAOO. August 14.
FLOITRstrong buyer* holding off.
GKAIN- Wheat exnted, pher, uncettled and
icttve: No. 1 red winter SI .02 iX 1 Vi No. 2 red
vinter 1.0n% cash 1.01 September No- 2 old 1 05fl
no new 1.02 cash l.0i1.01-i Au-n*t sale* l.i
September 9.i?8 October old No. :l Chicago
88c uew H7i,c: rejecte 1 fic. Corn, dema-id fair
cash ai September. Oats
a goo I detinrid full price*: Si'^-ccash and Aupu-t-
vi'-.c September. Rye steady an I unchanged. Bar
e,y quiet, but firm aud liigher lortash old 97c uew
\l US'.fr 1.17.
PROVISIONSPork in f.ir demand: lower rafe
uduusett'el: 10.7tai 75 cash: 10.75 Se tember.
in 85 October, ard ?n farr
fieniand lower rate.-:
.67'(y.7.7 cah and O tober 7 7(1 September. Bulk
neais active and firm 6.021^7.00^,7.05.
REOEIPi's-f,i0 barrels flour 111.000 hnsheU
vheat 153.000 bnshelV corn: 15l,otHi hushels oate
:7,0'o bushels rye: 7,000 bushel* bar:ev.
-IHTPVKN rS-4,3'Obarrel flour: 47.000 bnsheli
vheat 3 ,lon IMIHIICIS ooni 102.5.H) bushels oau
-ione rye, 2J0 budhels liarle.v.
Chicago Live 5to' Market.
CtrroAflo, August 13.
HOGSThe Drover's Journal reports ho receipt*
)Olio: shipments :t,7'0: dul!: 10clower irme phip
iingS4.7O0i4.7S:n.edinm4.5()(ff4.6(): giod lght 4.4-
M.51 ch'efiy4.50 mixed and rough 4.00@430:
bi fly 4.'2')^4 3 closm* weak: some rouuh unso'd.
OA I'TI.K llweii.tr 3 2"0: shipments l,3'M:ex
Tr cattle good demand and Kteidy sales $X.Ma
.40 fair to good shipping steers a shade lower: 4.00
t.4.\0: quiet and weak cows 2.10Si3.50
2 50 western cattle scarce sale 3 2.9
5HRKP 78U shipments 400 no better
St. Louis Prodm-e iVTarfcet.
ST. LOUIS. August 14.
COTTONSteady and unchanged offerings light
h'gher: No. red 9H'7?9fi
S August 04
7.70 7.70 7.70
Bctall Vegetable and Provision Market.
ST. PAXIL, August 14.
BPBINO CHIOKBNS40@50c per pair.
EGGSScarce at 15@20c per doz.
BUTTKBScarce fiesh,2u25cper ID.
FISHPickerel and common nab 8c white flub
and trout 80
FBUITPlums 10@15c per quart peaches 50@
60c per basket apples, 40c per peck blackberries
10c per quart pears 50c per doz. grapes 26c per
VKOBTAUXEBString beans 15c per peck onions
lOo per doz. turnips 33c per bus. beets 40c per bus.
peas 30c per peck carrots 10c per doz cauliflower
10@15c eioh potatoes 35@40c per bus. herbs 2c per
bunch cabbage 30(g35c per doz. cucumbers 15c per
doz. tomatoes 35o per bos, summer squash 15&20o
97''.c October: No. 3 red fall 91c cash. Corn stronger
for-No.'2.mixed, nt 3Gc cash: 36 Uc September
1. tuber No. 2 white mixed active but lower 37J
t7fc cash. Oate h?gher No. 2, 2l'4@21%c cab
md August. Rye firmer 50^c bid cash 54c bid
WHISK YHigher: gl 06.
PUOVlSiONS-Pork quiet at Jll.firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard
miet $8."0 bid for winter. Bulk meats dull and
Bacon quist: $6.12'i,(
/@7.75&7.87Vi@ 7 Hams, sugar-cure
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, August 14.
CATTLEFairly active aud a shade higher
to choice native shipping steers 84
fancy 4.6V7&4.S5 rece:
-o good native shipping steers 4.40.^4.70 native
butchers' steers $3.50(^4 40 oxen 3s6"5)4.00: cow*
and heifers 2.5Kf? 3.50 ^ra^B Tt-xan steers steady ami
tnchanged at 2.0O.si}3.35 cows 1.75^2.60 receipts
HoGSLive, active, firm and higher: Yorkers and
SHEEP- Export wade* lower $email@example.com others
unchanged receipts 2,100 head
New York Produce Market.
NEW YOBK. August 14.
COTTONQuiet at 11 R-1H&12 H-lGc sales 184
bale* futures firm sali-s 35,000 bales.
FLOURActive reneipts 14.000 barrels sales
!1,000 barrels western super J:t,30'fi4.0O: common t.
ood 4.05gi4.30 good to choice 4.3if.fi.75 common
'o iho'ce western 6.50 extr^ Ohio 4.003&5.75: St.
Louis 4.00(^7.00 Minnesota patent good fi.^y^fi.ai.
ORA1N*Wheat advanced l(a2c: receipts 32",00i'
bushels sales 4W,000 bushels N 2 Milwaukee
I.13: No. I Mtane otaand Milwauieel.20: ungrade.
red I 1*% No. 2 do 1.1.K&1 14 No. 1 do 1 14: steam-
No.2dol.ll@l.U4 steamer No 1 do 1.114(7/
1.12 ungraded amber U'5 No. 2 do 113%1.14
iwa-rirr No. 2 do firstname.lastname@example.org '4 ungraded white 1.15
I IK No. 2 do 1.16 s'.eanier No. 1 do 1.19./4.194
imb-r 1.15. Rye quiet but firm at 635B5c Corn
idv need 2'4'5i3Vi-: receipts 179,000 bushels sale
UO/MK) bnBhe's ungraded 45^J49'4C No. 3,47(
t7i c: steamer 48^49-:: No. 2 do 49'4@50c western
yellow sic. OatK qiret and fteady receipts 38,0iMi
bu-hels pales 48.000 bunhe'8 rejected 30o No. 3
vh'te 30c No. 2, 814c No. 2 white 324@32^c No.
1 do 32'i(f.3 S No 1 white 3Go mixed western 30
(&334C white 314(^35540.
rmooKKiF.s CofTee qn'etand firm. Sugar quie'
md unohange 1 Molasses quiet. Rice steady
PRTROLEUM-Quiet and firm united $100^
TALLOW-Steadv. RIHIN-Dull email@example.com.
PR()JiU(!E KKKK steady: candled wesrtern IVd
Butter, western B&'i3c. Cheeoe firm at 5H
L,Ji.\Tr-rERSteady hemlock sole. Bne'o Ayref
i-id Rio Grande 20^21^0 California 21c commoi
WOOJOFirm: domestic fleece 28042c pulled 18
ific: unwashed I0@*ic Texas 19^2Tc.
PROVI-SIONS-Pork firm: mess $11 o.vg.11 37u.
Beef qu'et. Bulfc meats, western long e'ear middle
^67'.i fhort do 7.12' Hams, pickled ll'/c. Lard
/rime team S7.s2U(S-.7.9'
J/HILADELPBIA. AUgnst 14.
FLOURFirm, higher, and inactive super*. $3.
xtra 3 50ffi4.0o PeonsyUauia family fi 50^,6.00
vlmuewta family 6.5')fa7r'K): patent and high grade
7 H%9.0 flour 2 1R&3J0O. Corn me 1 2 7?.
GRAINWhei-t quiet and firm red $l.ti5il.o
in.ber 1.07^,1.08. Corn rm and higher yellow 6?
isa'jc mixed 48I&48&. OatP dull, weak, auti
lower white western 30^33 mixed do 2S&30.
arm a.id uucban^ed.
PuOVlS10N8--Pork active and firm me3s port
11.5f heef, India meie 17^0g 18.oo. Smoke
-hoiilde'sS6.50 ta!tdo S.75&6 00. Hams J2a,13c
ti'rt fd 30(g.11c: g:ef"1 PC j.v^tixtnfr^-rrpn^
PErROLEUM-'vreak reflndl o.cr-de 5Ho.
WHISKYActive a firm: u,t.o7.
Boston j/ruduce Market.
BOSTON, August 14.
FLOURGood demand western superttne $3.o0(g
3.50 common extra 4.254^4.76 Wisconsin extra
34.60^5.00 Minnesota do 5.25^6 25: winter wheat,
Ohio, Indiana and Michigan 5 0((&5.E0 Hlinoir
5.25^5.75 St. Louis 5.(XKgl6.50 Wisconsin and Min
nesota patent 6.50a, 25.
GRAINCorn firm mixed and yellow 5456c
extra 67j^58c steamer5lfi2c Oats firm No. 1
aud ettra white 3943c No. 2 white 354@36c
Foreicn Produce Market.
LOWDOU, August 14.
PETROLEUMRefined 9s 44d.
LINSEEDCalcutta 50a 9d.
LIVZBPOOL, August 14.
COTTON6 9-16&6 ll-16d sales 7,0o bales:
for speculation and epv J,'MX) baLs receiptb
250 bdies American 2,000 IJS.
PROVISIONSLard, American 39s. Bacon, long
ear 38s: ahort36s.
PBODtrcECheese, fine 44s.
--4 .''if jjew York Dry CktodsT
NEW YORK. August 14.
Business falr'y active uith package houses. Cotton
goods lu steady demand and very arm. New Tor*
niXis Bhirtiugg wi.l be advanced to-'inorrow. Prints
in good demaud. Ginghams and dress giods fairly
active. Mem'wear wjoleus quiet. Foreign goocU
in better re jnest.
At LAKE ELMO (formerly Bass Lake),
WiU OpenonJune lOth, 187a
Everything new and elegant. Twelve miles from
St. PMIII. Five daily train* *acb way. \i*
C. T. McNAMAKA, Proprietor.
Cor. Wabaahaw and Sixth streets,
9AIST PAUL, MINNESOTA.
First Class, bat Only $2.00 Per Day.
V* Cor. 3d and Washington SU.,
St. Paul, Minnesota.
GEO. CULVER, MANAGER.
Complete In all Its appointments, first-lass In
every department. Fare. $3 pr dav. DH-iv
Notice of Mortgage Sale.
TI/"HERE AS, default has been made in the condi
tious of that certain mortgage, exec ted aud
delvered by Charles Lettau and Henriette
Lettau, his vrJe, to the Saint Paul
Working Men's fiuild'ng Society, dated
the 8th day of June, A. D. 137i, and recjrdei in the
office of the Register of Deed? Rimsey county,
Minnesota, ou the 18th day of June, A. I). 1872, at
9 o'clock a. in. iu book 23 of Mortgages, on page 108,
aud there is -claimed to be due" the don the sum of
three hundred and seventy-two and 83-100 ($372.86
principal aid interest, and twenty^ve (J25.0J) dol
lars attorney's fee*, as stipulated ill said jrtgage in
case of foreclosure, and also the sum of twe ity-one
aud 80-100 ($21.80)
paid by said society ou th
Notice of Sale Upon Decree.
Under and pursuant the judgment and decree
and a certified copy of the said decree of the District
Court of the county of Ramsey, in the State of Min
nesota, of da-e
February 5, A. D. 173, in thHt cer
ain action there'n pending, wherein Mary Goodrich
plaintiff, and Wi'llam Hogan administrator Et
ward Hogiu, WilJ'am Hogan, James C. Hogan,
Tose- P. Hogan, John Hogan, Mary Ellen Hogan
aud Hor.ce Thompson re defendants for the sum
of $4,fi56.25 damages and $51.41 costs, In favor -.1
said plaintiff and agiinst said defendants, issued out
of the said District Court, aud to me delivered tj be
executed as therein commanded. I, the undersigned
Sheriff of Rnmsey county, in said State, will sell at
public auction, at the front door of the Court House,
at ihe southeast corurr of Wahashaw and Filth
streets, lu Saint Paul, iu said county of Ramsey aud
State afor said, at ten of the clock in the forenoon,
ON SATURDAY, THE FOURTEENTH DAY OF
SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1878,
all and sln^ultr the tracts aud pw-els of land, and
the pr .perty in said decree, aud hereinafter described
as follows, that into say: Block thirty-seven and
one undivided df of blj :k tairty-ulu-, a 1 lu Sum
mit Park addition to the city of Saint Paul, in said
ttamsy county, according to the nut th reof iu .the
office of ie Register of D^eis of -aid county of
iiamsey, in th State of Minueso'i, aud all the -ippur
teuauce-i thereof, VJ exe :ute said decree, au i to sat
isfy and pay th 5 amount thereof an 1 iutere.it aud
costs by law allowed.
Dated Saint Paul, Minn., August 1st, 1878.
Sheriff of Ramsey County, Minn.
St. Paul. Minnesota. augl-7w-thur
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
STATE OP MIWNES'-TA,
District Court, 2a Judicial District,
C. M. Young agairst Martha McGinty, Cyrus De
Coster and Kenneth Clara:
Take notice: Whereas, an action was heretofore
commenced in the above court to foreclose a mort
gage executed by the above named Martha McGinty,
and a d^c:ee of foreclosure and ordiT of sale was
luly made and entered oil the 19th day of December,
1877, authorizing the sale of the following dr scribed
renl property, v,z: beginning at a point ou the
-outh side of Sixth street, in the city of Saint Pau',
it the northeast corner of the land deeled April 7,
1853, by James H. Huganln and wife to E. mule-",
md running theuoe westerly along said Sixth street
sixty (.60) feet, thence at right angles with said strert
southerly seventy five (75) feet, then.e eastetly and
parallel with said s'reet sixty (60) feet, thence north
erly seventy five (75) feet to the place of beginning,
being the undivided half of the nerth half of lot
number five (5) and of the easterly ten (10) feet of
the north half of lot number six (6.) all in block num
ber twelve (12) of Saint Paul Pioper, according to
the plat thereof of record in the office of Regis tr of
Dee~s of Ramsey County, Miu esota, to sat.sfy the
iraount ascertained to be due, to-wit: the sum of
hirteenhundred and ten dollars, les? the sum of
ixt dollars, th iuterest from the date of the said
lee ed, and the costs and expenses of this sale.
In pursuance and execution of the said decree, I
11 sell at publ auction, to the highest biddt-r, at the
rout door of the common jail of Ramsey County, in
U. Paul Micueso'a, at ten o'clock A^M., of
THE FOURTEEN TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 187S,
the above described real property, in accordance with
cb provisions of law in such case.
Dited St. Paul, July 30,1878
Sheriff ofJAMES Ramse Co. Minn.
WABNEK & GIIAVO' B, At orueys for Plaintiff.
Vl'ATE OF MINNESOTADISTRICT COURT
O Sec nd Jud cial DistrictCounty of Ramsey.
Robert Banks against aroline Banks.
The State of Minnesota to the above named defend
ant: You are hereby summoned and required to answer
he complaint in this action which is filed in the of
ice of the clerk of the District Court of Ramsey
county, and to serve a coi of your antwer to said
complaint on the subscriber at his office, in Saint
Paul, within tnirty da after the service of this
ummons upon yon, exclusive of the day of such
ervice, and if you fal to answer said comp'aut
vithin the time aforse^aid, the plaintiff in this action
vill apply to the court for the relief demanded in
Dated St. PanJ, July 27th, A. D. 1878.
JOHN B. BRI8BIN.
PlalntUTs Attorney, St. Paul, Minn.
CHAME OF STREET &RADE.
Crnr CLEKK'S Omcz,
BT. PAUL, July 20, 1878.
Notice Is hereby given that the Common
Council at their regolar meeting, August 20th,
1878, propose to change the grade of
FOURTH STREET, FROM WABASHAW
A,- TO JACKSON STREET, "c.^ticket
copy of the profile can be seen at this office.
|Official.] M. J. O CONNQR,
-Uiu aul City Clerk?
Paul Railnmti Timr 7
First Divlni SU I'HUI A I'Hcii.c
Slain Line throngh trauia for Lit.-l.
nyudon. Crm-ks'.on, Fish.rs
Glyudon Moorhead Fargo Fargo Bismarck
Duluth V. P. Junction.
1876 au 1877,
Landing and Manitoba.
St. Paul SMi p. m. I FNhcrt. v-M P a.m.
Minneapolis... 5:4b p. in. I Miuncsi 3I1,10:11 c.
Ftsner"s Landing 4:^ si. 1^, 10:4a B.
"K-I Willniar Aocommoditllo
Ht. Paul 7:10 am Mtuiteapuuv 4:32r TO
Minueapolis .8:36 am 81. Paul 6:40
Branch Liue throngh train for eU Cloud. Bialnerd.
Leave. Art .'re.
8UPnl 7:30 a.m. I Misnrapuiiv 6 30pm.
Minneapolis.... 7:30 a m. St. Pan! 40 m.
Pan), Minneapoli. and Muuietouka itm.ua.
7:30 a. m. Muuieai'iUh 30
.11:35 a. m. Mn.jicai.'U Mil
a:00 p. m. r1itnejx.l 28
6 :iit) p. m. Mlnne^i-n 8 02 a tn
5:50 p. m. I Miute9 oilrlO. lam
,7:30 a.m. V.m OII..'J 2 CO
9 rift a. m.
3:1* p. in.
8:16 a. ax.
12:05 i-. m.
I Minneapolis 4 32
JLPaul 8.34 am
St. Paid 10.42
Pullman Sleeping Cars will nm ou Mi It Line
Trains leaving St. Paul at 5:00 p. m. tars
through to Fisher's Lauding VUKMII cho ge, and
connect there with Red River Tiaiif jortatloi. Co
Steamers for Manitoba aud all point Nv.tt' Bed
River. p. FARLEY. CK. I Vanager.
W. S. ALKXANDEB, lieuM Ft. ft T*t. \it l.
2 85 p. m.
6 00 p. ns.
5 p. m.
6 4t p. iu.
Northern Pacific Kuilioait.
Depot foot of SR.Iey street. Ticket and r.-ight
office, No. 43 Jackson street.
SU Paul ILe.
7:30 a m.|Ai.
7: wa. 'Ar.
11 :in a. i.i.lAr.
2:15 j. ui.iAi.
7:3t iv \\t
7:6? p. m.iAt.
8:oov. mil e.
8:20lMU.iAr. 7:ooa. a.. -l.e.
mortgage, miking the total amount due on sad
mortgage at the date of this notice, the sum of four
hund el aud nineteen aud 66-10.1 (JU9.66) dollars.
And whereas, default has also been made In the
condition? of that Certain other mortgage, executed
and del vered by said Lettau aud his sad w.te to said
Society, dited the tenth day of August, A. D. 1872
nnd recorded in the said Register of Deeds' office, on
the tenth day of August, A. D. 187-3, at 11:15 H. m. iu
book 36 of Mortgages, on page 117, on wh'ch there
is cla-mod to be due the sum of two hundred aud
seventy and 17-100 (27' 17) dollars, principal and In
terest, and twenty-five ($25.0)) dollars attorney's fees
as stipulated iu said mortgage in ca-ie of fo.oclosure,
making th total unou due on sa'd mortg- ge, at
the date of Ih's nofce the sum of two hundred aud
ninety-five and 17-100 dollar".
And wherea, no proceed'ng or action has been In
stituted, at l:iw or in eiuity, to recover Ihe debt se
cured by said mortgages, or either of them, or any
Now therefor*, notice la hereby given, that by vir
tue of a power of le mtaiu.-d in ich of said
mortgages, aud of the statute in such case mada nnd
pr vided, ihe said mortgages will be forec.oeed by a
*alr of the morgaged premises therein decribed
at the front door of the old Court use in tho c.ty
of Saint Paul, in said county of Ramsey, Stale of
Minnesota, at public auction by the Sneriff of said
county, on Tuesday, the 27th day of August, A. D.
878, nt 10 o'clock In the forenoon, to satisfy the
monnt which shall then be due ou said mortgages
thin est thereon and costs and expem-es of sale.
The premises described In said mortgagee and so
to be sold, are ihe lot, p'e33 or parcel of Had t'iate
said cau-ity of Ramsey, known and described as
Lot numbered. sixteen (16) In block numbered
three (3) of Sch irma'e^d ad I'Moi to Saint Paul, ac
cording 'o the recorded plat thereof in the Reg s:er
if Deeds' office of said county of Raiu-ey.
THE ST. PAUL WOBKINO MENS' BUILDING SOCIETY,
Attorney fof Mortgagee. July ll-7w-thnr
*Eeept Sunday. tbxi%pi .-mliml,)
Trains vt the Bralnenl H^sne'j IMVF HI. TBIII
daily, except Sunday, making a da run ol twelve
hour* to ""argo.tirrivhig at Bitn.arc a: 7 Ihe fol owing
morning, saving nearly 90 milf* dixMeii over the
old route via N. P. Junction. C01 uecUon made at
Bismarck with stages for IVadwood ui, ai points in
the Black Hills. Also with first cU. HO.IIK to Fort
HeBton and all points on the Upper Missouri River
and the Yellowntone.
Conuects at Ht. Paul with trains to ali points East
*nd South. At Duluth with steau er- 1.1. In in ill
Lake points, both American and Canadian BIKO wllh
steamers ruuuiug In connection WitI. s tmove'ii Cen
tral Railroad, at Ashlaud. lu effect A|-iil 1878
H. E. HAHGENT. General Hauler
Q. G. SANBOBN. Geu. Paste- et Awiit.
Miiitlitrii MlniieKota Kallwnv
ItmiiHey with C. M. & St.
At Wells with Central Railroad of *'innoo. and
*t La Crosse with O. M. & St. P. Railway for all
Going WentTrain* leave La Crosse
Trains pass Ramaey.....
Going KantTrain? pas* Ramsey...
Arrive at La Crosse
Coliiiei 111 Hi
tit. I'HIII lliilulli HHI1M.HU.
Depot foot of Siblev tr?M
uuluth h:4" a. 111.
*l:i5 p. UJ.
4:5pm 7:00 8:4 a in
To aud from the St. Paul Ultima depot foot of
Third street only. All other., from tit. Paid Parino
depot, foot of StbUy street.
Clilrajro, Milwaukee St. I'xnl ItHilway.
Passenger Depot foot of Jackson street. Ti"ke nd
Freight Offlo* Southeast Comer of Tluid sm* is.tr
on streets. Charles Thompson, Ticket Agent, 8L
rhrotu/b Chicago & East
Through Chicago & East
(owa ami Minnesota liv
Prairie du Otu.u, Milwau-
kee and t)_.cago ExpreHs
St.Louju Kansas City Ex
Ow lonna Passenger I
11 :M a l
t7:40 n. J5 47 a
6 50 a ux
6.in I 26 a in
St. PanJ and Minneapolis trsms via tort 8ntlliu
(.ve. Si. Paul J6:00 am i rt.Minneapolis6.-5 a
8:25 am 9:10 am
W:i a ml 10:63 am
3:16 pm 3:55 pm
11 2:00 2:45
6:30 ml 6:15 pm
Lve. Minneapolis^ :(K1 a in Air.Ht. 1 inl '6:fi0 am
8:5ar 9.00 am
10:2fiain *U :15 am
I.511 iu 2::i5 pm
4:15pm 4 55pm
t6:4ftpm ^17:35 pm
8:2u I 9::ifi),m
tHaturdays excepteu JMou-
OhlrHgo, St. Paul nnd inn) i 1 me
CoiiiprlHiiig the Clil-ijro. St. I'IIIII & 'n
nenpoiis uiu Chi^ugo and Noi'tliwnsterii
ItailvvHys. Depot foot of 8ibley street. Tiok nd Freight
office, northwest comer Thir.l and Jackson streets.
Charles H. Petsch, Ticket Agent.
Trains I 1..
Throng^ Chicago and 'll.,t a. a..
Eastern Express 7*40 p.
Hudson Accommodation *:Q p.
Tbe^2:45 p. in. train connects at M:l"ii unctu
with the Minneapolis and Kt. Louis K. R. for points
south. Ah trains daily except Kiinrts
J. C. HOYDEN, Gen. T*kt Ag't.
St. jPaul, ejtillwatr,TaylirV t-'altn.tiuU .NurU
Depot foot of Jackson sfieel.
Trains leave bt. Paid tor
Lake Elmo aud Still
9:2" a in
Leave Lake Elmo for Still
water 7:03 a
Ar. at Stillwater 7:2S a
TruiUb :i Vc ht.liWftler
for LakeEluio and Ht.
Paul 1 40
Minneapolis & S Louis Ex
Passengers at St. Paul le.M
by the St. Paul & Mioux
R., at 2:45 V. M. couurct
Imt at Merriam June si*'
leave St. Paul & Pacific
R. at 3:00 couneitUut at
MlnueapoUs daily, Koud-iyo
excepted. Train ou Kattu
day runs as far as Albert
MiuueapoUs, Burligton St.
Lotus mail and express.
(Close connections coming
Mixed Minneapolis and Mer
riam Junction, connecting
for local stations and Ht.
& 8. C. R. K. as fax as Wor-Ex.and
Mixed, Minneapolis ft White
Bear Lake, Duluth & 8tUlwter
6:25 a to.
6 Of- a m.
6-.00 a m.
7 00p m.
7 57 am
2 42 iu
6UI1111 i :w
:0 i a
4 30 lu
6 ftp ra
6 60 a.
IU. HI 8
CMimectious matte at Camp tougi. for Milwankee.
Sundays excepted. tSaturdaya exctpied. Mon
St. Paul & Sioux City KailruhU.
Depot foot of Jackson street.
Omaha, KSIIBBB City audi
2:45 pm 1:40
05 a ml 6 50 ax
I ea\e Lake Elmo tot Ki.
Paul b:.t a
6 i ,o
Ar. at St. Paul if 00 A rt
North Wiroiil Train*
Leave St. Paul...6:20a mlA. it 81. ?anl..7:3-
Round trip tickets, from S.. Paul or Stillwaici
Lake Elmo and return, fifty cent*.
MlttifiilH'H* Hailronl Tlim I
M.iuueapoiii 6i :M. LitiiU Kai. ^n -.-l.ort
Line Iowa Koutf via Hurl fyt' n.
Rnnning throngh express trains with Pnlhnan
palace car sleepers to M. l.ouii- wititout clisbge, 28
miles shorter than anyotber nuitf.
Le daily, Ac Daily.
4.1o pi l:2opm
X*. da'Ij DaPy,
6:60b .x. 7 00pm
6:2i) a ra
7:.i6i i &
Omaha Ex., for all points OL
Ut. P. A S. C. K'y., Oman.
Trams arrive nnd depart ro'iu thefci.Paul & Paci
fic depot, Minneapolis.
Tickets and steeping car berths set wef" at dty
o&ee, No. 8 vt ashln*ton av nne (opposite
Nicollet House! W. G. Teuer, ticket Agen and at
St. Paul ft Pacific depot, Mm ieapo.j, and at 116Eaot
Third street, St. PauL- '.co. a. UJUUAUU. Ticket
Agent. CHA8. F. HATCUi, Ueiu iUu.