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G-USTAVEj HEjH*TEj3^dI.A-IsriN" 9 CORNER SEVENTH :.AJ*FE> JACKSON STREETS, (Successor to Esterley & Heinemann,) OFFERS: — * -M-. _JL_ * , I JL \j k_^ • The Well Known Our Stock of LADIES' CLOTH, Black and Colored CASHMERES, : ' FLANNELS, in "White, Red and Blue, No. 500, No. 700, No. 800, No. 900, . OPERA FLANNELS, Etc., As the Best, the most Reliable and the Cheapest Cashmeres In the market. Is Wo^ Complete, Prices Ruling Very Low ! ||gp^ S^Te-w Hamburg ExxxtoixDicleries, ITe^w" Prints I Large Quantities of Bleached and Unbleached MUSLINS, opened at Attractive Prices. _____ , COMFORTABLES CHEAP! GUSTAVE HEINEMANN, ; - - - Corner Seventh and Jackson. SUMMER GOODS. GREAT CLEARING SALE OF SUMMER GOODS. WE AEE MAKING During this the last month for Summer Goods, to close every article now in stock for Sum mer Wear, and to clear our shelves for large Fall importations soon to arrive. We have still ample assortments of Satin Poulards, now offered at 75e, regular price $1.25. Plain and printed Pongee now offered at 50c, regular price 70 & 75c. Summer Silks, neat checks and stripes, 50c, regular price 65 & 75c. Heavy Black G. G. Silk, brilliant finish, 22 inch wide, 51. 25, regular price, $1.75. French Satines, figured and plain, 30c, regular price 45 and 50c. French Ginghams, 30c, regular price 40c. Scotch Ginghams, 25c, regular price 350. American Ginghams, best quality, Be. French Shirting Percales, 15c, regular price 25c. Black Bunting, 42-inch, 40c, regular price Gsc. Black French Bunting, 44-inch, 60c, regular price 85c. Colored Nun's Veiling, 65c, regular price §1.00. Colored Buntings, plain and lace checker, 15c, regular price, 25 and 30c Lace Striped Buntings, 44 inches wide, 75c, regular price, §1.00. GREAT JZAJEIGcAJNS IN LADIES', MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S French Lisle and Cotton HOSIERY, all desirable Shades, AND SUMMER WEAR, For Ladies and Gantd, in Silk, Lisle, Gauze and Net. Mail Orders Mm Hits ana Carafe! Attention ! THIRD & MTNISTESOTA. STS. . MIDSUMMER DO BUT IBS TO¥Of PORTIIITY ! Twenty per cent, or one-fifth, is deducted from usual prices of everything in the store except Kid Gloves. Underwear. E siery, Gloves, Laces. Embroideries, Corsets, Banfeciiiefi Fans? Parasols. Fancy Goods, Children's Dresses, Mints' fear, and Gen : s Ms&ißg Goods. j 75 East Ttflrt Sit Fat Sunday ST. PAUL, MINK, SUNDAY MOKNING, AUGUST 12, 1883.— TEN PAGES. PECIAL I The Event of the Minnetonta Season I • .. . • ■ •■ «- ! THE POPULAR Chicagi) Ideal Opera Co. Including principal artists, full chorus and orchestra in a grand programme of sacred and popular music ill nvluL licirlllij SB ! .."..■.. __ .. . .. . ; .. ■ >.. . y \ : , l - ' <c ■ ■ THIS SONDAY,JIUGJ2,-3 P. M. / 9 " ■*■■■■■■" Soiiq:s of the [People ! Song's of the Heart ! THE IDEAL LADY QUARTETTE, THE IDEAL MALE QUARTETTE, THE FAMOUS IDEAL OCTETTE, Superior to any double quartette in this country. Special Orchestral Selections ! Grand Chorus Effects ! HOTEL LAFAYETTE MARCH, expressly composed by H. H. Thiele, Director of the Ideals, for this occasion, and dedicated to J. J. HILL, Esq. ' ' ... h ■■ ! I SCHEDULE OF SPECIAL TRAINS : A - M - A.M. P.M P.M, P.M. Leave Minneapolis 10:00 11:00 2:00 5:00 600 Leave St. Paul 9:30 10:30 1:30 4:30 5:30 Returning trains will leave Hotel Lafayette at 12:55, 4:55 and Round Trip Tickets, - 75 Cents. 225"" The Openi Company will le.vr? Minneapolis at 11 a. m-' via MIMTOB\ DOUBLE TRACK and steamer BELLE OF MIXNETO.NKA from W.-vyzata. »«"^ «» WVBUB IKALIv AMUSEMENTS. , TifJiiff' The Great Brooklyn Preacher and Orator AT MARKET HALL, Weflnesflay Evening, Aug. 18. : . SUBJECT: BIG BLUNDERS." Tickets so<*, 75:: end $1. For sa'e.on and after Tuesday morning, at Dyer & Horard'.-. 221-227 PIANOS AND ORGANS. Gives Special Bargains in KJiA&EuiBB Clough & Warren Organs. 9G 12 Third Street. ... sc. F*u!. The Louisville Exposition, Louisville, Aug. 11. — The attendance at the exposition is very encouraging and I steadily increasing. It has been open ten day 9. The first day the entire entrances were over 15,000. For three days they ex ceeded 5,000, and on no day have they fal len below 3,000, and yesterday it was at least 10,000. The city is rapidly filling up, ■ the exhibitors are very busy, and the work has progressed rapidly. All the engines are now at work, the art gallery is open and thronged day. and night, the electrio railway is running regular and satisfacto rily, aud exposition travel. is beginning to affect railroad earnings most favorably. ; -.Visit of the Jfavajo Indiana. '?. Chicago, Aug. 11.— The managers of the Inter-state exposition, .which opens here next month, have arranged with the secre tary of the interior for the presence of a party of Navajo Indians in charge of the government Indian agent. They will bring with them their looms, which they will operate aud also display specimens of their handiwork. There will also be a fine 'display of j archeological specimens from the Navajo country. A Prussian Koynl Party at RostoD. Boston, Aug. 11. — Prince Hoheniohe of Prussia, Count Gleichen, Earl Lolbrone and Lori Elphstone arrived this after noon from Liverpool en route to Montreal. They will join President Stevens' party on the Canadian Pacific," to explore that road and it« terminus. On Saturday they •will look about Boston, and will take an early train on Monday for Montreal. u& mS bk ok Q ' ! - H AITHEOEEAL The Chicago Grain Markets Cannot Stand Prosperity. ANOTHER DECLINE IN PRICES. Wheat and [Corn Both Slump Off and Close at a Reduction. • PROVISIONS AGAIN SOME WEAKER A Decidedly Lively Day in Stocks in Wall Street. THE BULLS BADLY DEMORALIZED Oregon Transcontinental and Northern Pacific the Points of Assault. CHICAGO. [Special Telegram to the Globe. J Chicago, Aug. 11.— It was sick Saturday in the leading markets on 'change. Wheat, pork, oats and provisions suffered a de cline. • Trading was somewhat active and prices decidedly unsettled. Flour was more lively, and for the past few days sales have been more liberal, and the tone of the trade was a steady one, with home buyers looking after the better bakers' and family brands, and shippers and exporters are buying more freely of the bakers' and lower grades. The quantity on sale is light, and there is little of the new offered, and not much of the old stock left on hand and we will have quite a close cleaning up of stock. For winter wheat there was a good demand a.ufain to-day on shipping ac count and the feeling strong, with prices quotably a shade highor. Receipts smaller. Some speculative demand existed, bat offerings for future delivery light. In the wheat pit the market was feature less. Early in the session trade was active and prices strong, selling up *£c over the closing ngures yesterday, bnt there were pretty heavy sellers at the advance, which quickly caused weakness and prices fell irregularly J^c on September and %a on October; afterwards changed slightly, and at the close September was J£fl lower than at close yesterday and October unchanged . There were rumors of more fiuaucml troubles, which also tended to weaken the market. The weather in England threat ened rain, and foreign advices were favor able, but it only seemed to steady the market. Early in the session Adams.' brokers bought in a large line of short wheat, under which the market held firm, and when this support was withdrawn offerings increased and prices dropped. Kent <fc Walker were sellers and the former was reported to have engaged freight for 105,000 bush els to New York. Vessel room was engaged to carry 21,000 bushels. September wheat closed on the curb at $I.oi};l£. In the corn pit there wa3 some firmness early in the day, but in the latter part there was a good deal of depression, August declining J^c from the highest point, September %c, and October about J^c, then fluctuated slightly. At the close cash No. 2 was about 3_4'c lower than yesterday, August }_[c lov/ er, September }-£c lower, and October }&c lower. Warm favorable weather, weak markets abroad, sympathy with the weakness in wheat and the heavy break in provisions, all contributed to depress the market for corn. In addition there were rumors of more financial troubles, which helped the bear feeling; Car lota of No. 2 sold at 50% o. The receipts were smaller. Adams' broker?, shortly after the opening were free bujerp, but later the New York markets showed so much weakness that the bears depressed prices to 50j when Spruance became a free buyer which caused pome reaction, but the close was weak. Lester also fed out corn pretty freely. Vessels were chartered to carry east 12."»,000 bnsh els. Ho. 2 corn closed on the curb at 49,% c for September. The market for oats was dull and an easier tone was noticeable for the day, with the call for cash j articularly light and there were more selling than buying orders for all futures. No. 2 cash could hardly be sold at all with new No. 2 offered at 26j£o and old No. 2 at 28.3 but the call was particularly light and no quantity could have been sold at this range. Sam ples were more plenty and while the better and brighter samples were quite well there waslittle call for the poor, and lower prices accepted. Rye was firm, with }£ 7 1,1 c advance in prices There was a good shipping demand and, although there %?ere free receipts and liberal offerings, cash rye met with ready sale. Sample lots in fair request. In barley there was no speculative inter est and an almo3t entire absence of cash demand. The market was dull and neg lected. A few sales were made by sample, but there was so little demand that most sample lots had to be carried over. The first samples of new timothy were offered on sale to-day from Missouri, and, being bright and little hulled, was held well above present cash prices. A liberal movement is looked for soon, and a fine quality promised. In the provision pit another bear day was witnessed. The trading was aotive, but the desire shown to sell was even more urgent than on yesterday, aud the trade was kept well supplied with all descrip tions of property. There was no particular excitement, but the feeling was nervous and from the open ing to the close there was a general want of confidence. Hence, as might be expect ed, the course of prices was downward, and pork, lard and short ribs closed ma terially lower than on yesterday. In the speculative trading October was the lead ing option, though year and January pork and lard sold with more freedom. Cash property, considering tho depression, was in good demand, and sold quite freely. Liverpool reports indicated an easier feeling, and eastern markets were easier. There was a good inquiry for shipment, but buyers were slow to meet the view of sellers. The receipts of hogs was double the expectations. A fairly active business was reported in the market for mess pork, but the feeling was unsettled and weak during the greater portion of the session. The of ferings were quite liberal at times, and the demand moderately active to provide for outstanding contracts. The market opened rather weak at a slight de cline on yesterday's prices, and was fol lowed by a gradual reduction of 40@45c on the whole range. Daring the latter part of the session the market was com paratively steady at the decline. Ship ping demand rather light. Cash quiet. October pork closed on the curb at $1235, Lard was in good demand, but the mar ket followed the same course as pork, and ruled with a declining tendency through out the day. Opening sales were made at yesterday's closing quotation to a shade uuder. The best prices of the day were also obtained on the first transactions, while the lowest prevailed around the close. The day's decline amounted to 15@ 17!£a. A fair degree of activity was noticeable in the market for hog pro ducts during the week, yet the feeling was nervous and unsettled and prices subject to frequent, and in some cases, quite wide fluctuations. The course of the market is as much of a conundrum as ever, perplex ing to ihe oldest operators in the trade. Taking into consideration tho surround ings of the trade, prices of products cer tainly look reasonable, and compared with ether fool proincts, are undoubtedly cheap. Bat there appears to be a general lack of ambition in the trade. Specula tors are not disposal to make very ex tensive transaction* nor remain in the trade for any length of time, accepting small losses or pro -its, as the case may be, while shippers confined their operations to providing for small orders to meet im mediate wants. The unsteadiness in tho market has considerable influence on the volume of trade, buyers not being inclined to do much when prices are so irregular and uncertain. The stocks on hand are quite large for the season of the year, and the outward movement in product at pres ent, while quite liberal for the season of the year, is not sufficiently large to war rant their reduction to very narrow limits before the opening of the winter packing season. Taking into consideration the liberal manufacture, a comparison of the prices of hogs and the product leads to the impression that the latter cannot be pro fitably made nt current prices^ yet that doe* not appear to bo any inducement to . merchants in consuming markets to re plenish their stocks. Current prices for product and the figures ruling for delivery during the j winter season are now so near together that the chances of ■ loss- have cer tainly diminished, yet there are those who are still confident that prices must reach a lower range. "' NEW YORK. | Special Telesram to iha Giobn.l Nzw Yobk Ane 11-The bulls on the stock exchange were again knocked completely out of lime to-day. It was fortunate for Wall street that the Indianapolis troubles vcera reported as bridged over, for it ena JSTO. 224 bled sellers of stocks to realize this morn ing without producing a panic. There was weeping and wailing among the f riencte of Oregon Transcontinental when it broke below 70. and when G6 was reached there was much excitement. The Northern Pa cific's were dragged down in sympathy and were exceedingly feeble during the greater part of the day, they were each off 3 per cent, at 2 o'clck. Heavy covering jby the shorts in the last hour caused quite an im provement in many stocks from the lowest points, There were no signs of any confident buying for an advance. It takes time to clear away the wreckage caused by the declines of the past week, and it will take more than a day to change the current. In the meantime the bears are sufficiently enriched and bold to con tinue free selling on any further rallies that may occur. The Gould properties received particularly severe punishment, and but few others escaped without injury. Rumors of failures were not confirmed when business closed. Money advanced to 6 per cent. The week closes with the most excited day for many months. The opening was feverish and weak, the Northern Pacific stocks seeming to be unsupported. During the first two hours fluctuations were within narrow lim its and there seemed to be a disposition to rally from each decline. Then Slayback came in as seller of Northern Pacific pre ferred and Oregon. He did not sell to break out much stock, but the selling con tinued, and within an hour the liquidation in Northern Pacific stocks which has been promised, and to accomplish which all Mr. Gould's powerful wrecking machine has been directed, took plaoe. A small failure from Philadelphia was announced, and it was magnified into great importance, and followed by reports of financial trouble in Chicago. Delaware, Lackawanna & West ern was raided, and in fact, every stock was attacked with more or less vigor. Long stock came out freely from timid holders, and the market was rapidly drifting towards a panic, when the large operators came in with steadying orders and the last hour was more quiet and prices rallied feebly. The president of one of the largest Now York banks said this morning: "The Indianap olis bank trouble is a put up job on the part of English to squeeze out some of the rovers. No further Indiana troubles are feared. Cotton mills are all running and prices advancing. The crop will be 1,000,000 bales short. All Peoria whisky makers are running full time acd three year-old advancing and scaice. Dry goods at tho west are in small stocks and mer chants are much richer than in the east. Large fall business sure. Several prominent commission houses advised their customers that the end of the bear market was very near the close. Lackawanna, St . Paul and the Vanderbilt stocks lifted easily. Transactions were 500,000 shares. Stock speculation, which had been so dull and dreary for weeks, has awakened into new life. The . most con firmed growler could not have complained to-day at the alacrity with which the bears whittled down prices. It was one of the liveliest in the history of the year. The decline was more marked throughout the entire list than has been noticed since the present depression be^au. The bears sold ovary thing right and left, meeting very little opposition anywhere except in Now York Central ami Lake Shore, which stocks were absorbed as fast as offered. . There was no bidding at all for them, but .me' one stood ready to take every share offered at prices that permitted of very little decline. The head of a prominent commission hoase said this afternoon: " I do not look for any immediate improve ment. The heavy failures of the past two weeks have unsettled what little confidence there was . in anything. Moreover, these failures show that the public has not much money to lose. Average individuals are having all they cm do to take care of their own business without indulging in flyers. This is simply liquidation a little more rapid than nsuul, but precisely the same movement which has been in progress for two years. We shall reach bed rock some time, but I see no indications. that the time is particularly near. Ido not know that I would sell short now. . There ought to be some rally, but I certainly would hot buy stocks for more than 1 per cent, advance.' Oeea.ii Steamsbipg, New. Yoek, kag. 11.— Arrived: The steamship Rn?si& rrom Hamburg, ShiecJnn from Amsterdam i.iv.l Urit-anic freni Liver pool. - - ■'■■ . :i : Halifax, Aurr. 11.— Arrived: The I i >er nia from Liverpool. London, An*. 11.— Arrived cut: T.ie steamer Bohemia from New York, and iha British Princess freca Philadelphia.