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FINANCE & COMMERCE.
On 'CliHUjje.
St. Paul, January s.—lnfluenced by the ad
vance at Chicago and Mi.waukee wheat was
higher for No. 1 hard, present and future*, at the
board yesterday morning. There was, however,
but little inclination shown to speculate. No.
1 and No. 2 regular was Bnchanged, tho latter
beiDg quotable at [email protected] according to quality.
Old corn was quoted nominally at Lie. New
mixed was held at 52c, but a few lots changed
hat>ds at 50c. Ground feed closed at $21 asked
but car lots of good kiln dried feed
wero sold at $20; others changed hands on
private terms. Barley was inactive at former
quotations. Rye was asked for at ie advance
on Thursday's market. Bran was somewhat
' easier. Baled hay was unchanged in price with
slow movement. The only sales made were on
private terms. Live hogs were steady at
Thursday's quotations, while dressed were a
bhade higher. Mess pork was a little weaker
Following are full quotations as recorded at tbe
call:
Wheat—No. 1 hard, 99c bid; February, 1.00;
bid; March $1.02 bid; May, $1.06 bid; No. 1
90c bid; No. 2 hard, 93c bid; 96c asked; No. 2,
[email protected] bid; 86c asked. ,
Cobs— 2, 51c asked; February 54c asked;
May, £8c asked; new mixed 52c ask?d.
Oats—No. 2 mixed, 29 bid 31 asked; February,
33casked; May, 83c bid, 35c asked; No. 3
mixed, 3Uc asked; No. 2 white," 30c bid; No. 3
white, 29c bid, 80c asked.
Babley—No. 2, 60c bid; No. 8 extra, 43c
bid; No. 8, 38c bid.
Rye— 2, 47c bid.
Gbound Feed — $21 asked.
Cocn Meal—s2l asked;bolted $24.50 asked.
Bean—Bulk $10 bid. sacked, $10.50 bid.
Baled Hat—s7.2s bid, £7.50 asked.
Timothy Hay—s9.so bid.
Live Hogs— $5.25 bid.
Dressed Hogs—s6.6o bid; $7.00 asked.
Eggs—26o asked.
Hess —813.75 c bid; 14.50 asked.
The following table gives the principal;
quotations at the call January 4, of last
year and '84:
Produce. 1883. • 1884.
Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked.
Wheat No. 1 hard
cash SI 00 c.... $ 93.. 8
»• " Fob... 101 .... 100
" " March. 1 0<! .... 102
" " May... 110 .... 106
" " regular 95 90
" No. 2 hard. 95 93
" •' regular 90 85
Corn No. 2 cash. 48 52 54..
" " May... 50 55 58..
" new mixed 40 52..
Oata No. 2 mix
ed cash 35 33 29.. 31..
" " Feb. .. 84 83..
" " May... 87 .... 33
" " white 86 SO
Barley No. 2.... 65 60
" »« 3X.. 50 .... 45
" 3.... 42 .... 88
Rye N0.2 44 .... 47
Ground feed.... 19 00 20 00 20 00.. 21 00..
Bran sacked 9 0010(0
Baled hay 750 7 25.. 7 50..
Dreseed hogs... 700 715 6 60.. 7 00..
Receipts and Shipments.
Receipts and shipments of grain, live stock,
produce, merchandise, etc., for the twenty-four
hours ending Jan. 3, 1884:
Articles. «oc'd Hh'd Articles. Roc'dSh'd
Wheat 59 13: Wood 87 2
Corn 1 2Oil 2 2
Oats „.. 3 ..jPaint
Barley 4 „ Merchandise ... 66 97
llye Piles
Fiax 6 ..'Barrel stock... 2 1
Flour J B|Brick 4 ..
Corn moal jCement
Feed 2 41-i-iime 1 ..
Bran 1 ..Stone 1 ..
Linseed meal & Pig iron 4 ..
oil cake IRK iron & rails. 2 17
Hay 4 4 a&i-road ties
Potatoes Agricult'l iin's. 2 1
Wool I Eggs
Cattle 6 ..;Fruit
Horses & mules. 2 2fManuinery
Hogs 1 ..Paper
Sheep Emgr'tm'v'bles 1 ..
Pork Cheese
Lard jLiquor
Hides I Dressed beef 1
Lumber 23 17;8alt 1 ..
Coal 59 l'Sundries 29 11
Total rec'pts, 329 cars: shipments 182 care.
Auiovg the CommlßSton Men.
There is nothing in the general produce
ivarket which to-day demands special mention.
The receipts generally are liberal and in most
instances fully equal to the demand. Good
poultry, dressed beef and dressed hogs find
ready sa!e3 at paying prices. There are no
changes in priee6 current from Thursday's
market, which are as follows:
Butter —Receipts liberal; grease, sc; packing
stock off flavor, [email protected]; etoro pacfeed 9£>.l2Vb';
dairy, common to fair, [email protected]; choice [email protected];
creamery, [email protected]
Beaks—Common, [email protected]; medium, [email protected]
2.25; navy $2.50.
Bacon and Hams—Long clear bacop, B;.{@9c;
ehort clear, 10% c; shoulders, 9>£c; hams, [email protected]
12>*c; dry ealt, [email protected]
Celery—4([email protected] per dozen.
Cheese—Skim, [email protected]; part rraim, [email protected]; full
cream old, [email protected] full cream fall made, 12>£
@14c.
Dressed Meats —Beef, country dressed, s}-£f§
6^'c; city dressed, [email protected]«K<>; mutton, country
dressed, [email protected]; city dressed, [email protected]}£c; veal, [email protected]
11.
Eggs—lee house and pickled, [email protected]; strict
ly fresh, 27c and very scarce.
Flour—Patents $b [email protected]$(?.5f); fancy brands,
[email protected] higher; straight #5.00^*5.25; Bakers'
XXXX 4.25^7.5.00; low grades [email protected]; Rj-e flour
8.50 per barrel; graham ii..2s(cc,i.bii por barrel;
buckwiieat flour, £7.7£@S.
Fruits—Apples, 3.' O(Cg4.EO; pears, Califor
nia, [email protected] per box; oranges, Horida, 4.50
per bux; Lousiana, do, [email protected] per bbl; Malaga
lemons, [email protected]; Cranberries, [email protected];
Malagagrapes, [email protected]; Catawbagrapes, [email protected]
per II). Figs, new, 16c, 18c, 20c per lb.; dates,
black in frails [email protected], fard in boxes, 12c.
FUBS—Mink, [email protected];coon, 6ur«;80c; lynx,
[email protected]; musk rat, [email protected]: kitts, 3c; red fox,
1.25^.1.50; kitts. [email protected]; silver fox, 20.00®
40.U1J,' cross [email protected]; otter [email protected]; fisher,
[email protected];6kunk, [email protected]; badger, [email protected];
wild cat, 50(Q;GOc; house cat, [email protected]; marten,
[email protected]; wolverine, [email protected]; wolf, [email protected]
3.50; prairie wolf, [email protected]; bear, [email protected];
cubp, [email protected]; beaver, Lake Superior,
[email protected] lb.. Hudson bay, [email protected] per
lb., Dakota, [email protected] p?r lb.
Hides—Dry, [email protected]; green, salted, 7Kc;
green, 6^Tc; calf, dry, 16c, green 12c: deer, dry,
20(&:25o; antelope, [email protected]; elk, [email protected];buffalo,
[email protected]
Wool—Unwashed, [email protected]; washed, [email protected]
81c.
Honey—Wliite clover, 20c lb; bwckwlieat, 18c
lb.
Hops -Washington Territory, 28c; New York,
80c.
Peas—Dried, [email protected] per bushel.
PoULTSY—Chickecfi, dres?t«l, [email protected] per 1b;
turkeys, dressed, [email protected]; ducks and geese,
10«^l-2c.
Roots —(Medicinal) ginseng, [email protected]; sen
esa sir-ike root, [email protected] per lb. :; ;.
Live Stock—Good healtty demand for im
mediate use with a tendoncv to higher figures.
Rough. mixed cattle [email protected]%c; fair
mixed 3%@4c; fair steers 4J£@
4%c » good steers [email protected]! prime
steers s}£@s%; hogs heavy [email protected]%c; medium
[email protected]%rc light 4%@50; sheep B%@iXc;
calves |[email protected]
Family Retail Market.
Bread and FLOtin—Whf at bread 5c pc- lb;
rye bread, 5c per lb; Vienna bread, 10c per loaf;
flour, 4cperlb.
Btjtteu— house, £[email protected] per lb; cook
ing, 12^@20c.
Cheese—l'2^@[email protected]; Swiss, [email protected]
Coffee —Green Rio, s(tt;Glbs for $1; Java,
(green) [email protected]; Rio roast. [email protected]
@[email protected] for $1; Java roast, 85c per lb, oibs
for $1; Moca, same as Java.
Eggs Case eggs, 85c.
Fkuits — 40c peck; crabs 50c peck; Cal
ifornia grapes 25c lb; Catawba 60c basket; or
anges [email protected] • doz.; cranberries )2}^c quart.
Meats Sirloin steak 15c; porter house 18c;
.roasts 15c; corned [email protected]; mutton and veal 15c;
for chops and roasts, pork 10c; pork sausages
10c; bolognas I2>£c. .
Poultry and game—Turkeys [email protected] lb;
chickens [email protected]; geese 14<6J15c; docks [email protected]
l- cc; pheasants and grouse 75c pair, wild duck
60c pair; squirrels 25c pair.
Granulated 10}£ lbs for 1.00; Stand-
{ ard A 11 lbs for 1.00; extra C 1173 lbs for 1,00;
I yellow C 12 lbs for 1.00. „-
Tea—Gunpowders [email protected]; Japan from 25 to
70c; Oolong 40 to 90c; Young Hyeon 50, 80, 90c.
Vegetables— dry 150 quart; beets <oc
bushel; carrots 75c bushel; cabbage 10, 15, 23c
each; celery 50c doz.; horse radish 15c lb; leeks
50c doz.; onions 75c oushel; parsley 15c bunch;
peas, dry 100 quart: parsnips 1.00 baehel; ruta
bagas 6Cc bushel: saurkraut 15c quart; potatoes
[email protected] bushel; turnips t#Oc bushel; lettuce 3
for"2sc; radishes 3 bunches for He.
Milk— quart; cream 60c quart.
Financial and Stock Markets.
MOBNIN3 BEPOBT.
Hew Yobe, Jan. 4.—11 ft. 31.—Stocks
opened firm and advanced % to % percent., the
latter for Pacific Mail, reacted same amount and
then rose M to % per cent. Northern Pacific led
the upward movement.
AFTEBNGOS BEPOBT.
Money easy at [email protected]>£ per cent. Pnrr:*
mercantile paper [email protected]>£ per cent. Ear -silver,
$1.10%. Sterling exchange steady at $4.82>j
long, ?4.B*K eight.
Government* —Lower.
State Securities—lnactive.
Bonds—Railroad bonds somewhat irregular.
Irregular: Northern Pacitio a: d
Oregon Transcontinental strong and general !i*t
pretty fir .a. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and
Union Pacific ware inclined to be weak. Stocks
were active and higher this afternoon. Northern
Pacific preferred touched »6, on account of the
resignation of Villard. Union Pacific rose to
73 %, Western Union Telegraph to 753^, Missouri
Pacific to 89%, Philadelphia & Reading to 58#,
Lake Shore to 97 and Louisville & Na*hville to
46#. Oregon Navigation sold at iOl, against 97
at 8 o'clock this morning. This stock com
manded % per cent, far use to day. The market
doted strong. #
Morning *So*r4
aOTEBHXENTb.
tbreeif ICO Fours coup<>rjj. .123>4
ej* do 114^ Pacific 6s of '«£.+ 130
BTOOA3.
Adams Express. .128 Mo. Pacific.,... 89
Allegheny Cent.. 1% Mobile* 0hi0... '•>%
Alton & T. H .... 44 Morris & Eesax . .122
do preferred... 88 N., C. & 9t. L... 52
American 'Jo N. J. Centra!.... 85%
8., P. &W North'n Pacific 25%
8., C. H. A N... 60 do preferred... 54}$
Canada Southern. si>£ Northwestern.... 117%
C.,C. &I.C do preferred...l4s3^
Central Pacific... Gs# N. Y. Central... 113^
Chesapeake A 0.. 14 N. V., C. & St.L. 8%
do let pref'd... 24 do preferred... 18
pref'd... IG# Ohio Central 2%
Chicßgo & Alt.. .133 Ohio A Miss.....' 22> a
do preferred... 145 doprofwreof.. Sit
C, B. &Q 120% Ontario West.. 16
C.,St.L., &N. O. 84 Pacific Mail." 42%
0., S. ACleve.... 85 Panama 28
Cleveland & Col. 66 Peoiia, D. A £.. 13^
Delaware AH...105>4 Wtteburg 138%
Del & Lack 11G% Beading 57
Denver&R.G... 24% Bock Island 116K
Erio 27% St. L. &B. F.... 22
do preferred... 79 do erred... 40%
Port Wayie 133 do let pref'd... 87
Kan. & St. Joe... 88K Mil. & St. Paul... 92&
do preferred*.. BS>£ do preferred. ..116^,
Harlem 191 St. Paul & Man.. 95%
Houeton & Tex.. 47 St. Paul 4 O;ha.. 33%
Illinois Central.. . do preferred... 93%
Ind., B. & West.. 18 Texas Pacific 18&
Kansas & Texas.. 22% Union Pacific... 7lJ£
Lake Erie AW... 18% United States.... 57
Lake Shore 96% Wab.,t't.L. &P.. 18
L'Tille&Naeh... Ib% do pi of erred... 80^
L., N. A. &C 32 Wells & Farg0...105
M. C. Ist"pM.. 10 West. Uni»a T.. . 74&
do 2dprefrTf.. 5 Quickfiilvor b}£
Uemphia A(+• •• %I} 4do erred... 25
tfich. Central.... 87% Pullman Pal. Car. 114
Mine's A St. L... 17 C, St. L. A Pitts. 11>^
do preferred... 33 do erred... 88}$
*Aeked. fßid. JOfferod. ||Bx. int. gEx.
diT.
EVENING BEPOBT.
Morey easy at I}£@2J* per cent.,
closing offered 2 percent. truES nurcantile
&aoer bep^ytt i^t ca-.t. steru&a uroaauje,
bankors'bills steady at $4.82^'; do. ex. demand,
14.85.'^.
Governments —Weak.
Stite Securities—Steady.
Railroad bonds strong.
Stocks—Specialties on Stock Exchange in
early dealings were very irregular, Union Pacific,
Missouri Pacific and Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul weaker, while Northern Pacific and Oregon
Transcontinental were strong and general list
firm. Union Pacific declined from 72>^ to 71,
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul from 93% to
92% on reports that the Chicago, Burlington &
Quiucy had refused to accept terms offered by
allied roads. A sharp attack was also made on
Missouri Pacific, which was offered in blocks
fromß'J%djwn to 87 <. The decline in tho
stocks named made very little impn ssion on the
general market, and shortly after 1 o'clock the
whole list turned in the direction of higher
prices. During the last hour a marked advance
was established, ranging from % to 2% per
cent outside of Oregon Navigation rose 4to 101,
Northern Pacific and Oregon Transcontinental
leading, started upward movement, but latter
features of the market were Missouri Pacific,
Louisville & Nashville, Western Union Telegraph
and Union Pacific. Large amounts of these
were taken for both loug and short accounts and
dealing attended with considerable animation.
The course of prices the past few days afforded
unmistakable signs of a gradual but certain ad
vance in both bond and stocks. The bearish
element 110 longer represents the wealth and
braids of the street but is confined to room
traders. About? 70,000,000 interest and dividends
will be disbursed in this city the coming mom ;
the belief that it will be re-invested in railroad
bonds and stocks has produced a marked change
of sentiment among prominent operators. The
shorts rise during the afternoon was stimulated
by reports from the west that representatives of
all roads, were in session and that a harmonious
outcome was expected, and by the annual state
ment of the Missouri Pacific showing over 14
per cent, on 6tock. Coal stocks participated
freely in advance, and Philadelphia & Reading
was strong throughout, oa prospects of dividend
and a report that the company nad negotiated a
5 per cent, trust loan, based on its holdings, New
Jersey Central stocks thereby effecting a saving
of 2 per cent, on such holdings. The resigna
tion of Villard from the Northern Pacific com
piny was followed by a general advance in
shares, partly on account of the probability that
a well known railroad man will succeed to the
presidency. The outstanding short interest is
1 irga and deliveries made wit h much irregularity.
Oregon Navigation lent at %@ per cent, to
day, New York Central 3J>£ and Union Pacific,
Northern Pacific preferred and New Jersey
Central flat to 164 per cent, for use. As com
pared with last night's closing, prices are % to
8% per coat, higher. In specialties Alton &
Terra Haute declined 3 per cant, to 41, and pre
ferred rose 1 per cent, to 89. Chicago & North
western earning for the j-ear 1883 were §25,0i8,
--16 increase * 1,140,(J2G. . .
The transactions aggregated ?72,f'00 shr.ros:
Central Pacific 8,Ot)uO; Delaware, Li;eltH
wannu & Western ■ 21,000; New
York, Lake Erie & Western 11,000;
Lake Shore 16 ; POO; Louisville & Nashville 12,000;
Missouri r/acilic 28,000; Chicago & Northwestern
6,000; New York Central 15,O0U; Northern
Pacific 28,000; Philadelphia & Reading 18,000;
Chicago, Milwaukee & ' St. Paul 6U,C00;
Ht. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha 5,000; Union
Pacific Oi.OOl); Western Union Telegraph 8,00;
Canadian i/^cifec 6,COj; Oregon Tr^usc.utir.L-utal
45,01)0.
MINIHft STOCKS.
There was considerable activity in the mining
market this morning and | prices . ge: erally ad
vanced . Bodie as a special f eatur c, having sold
at [email protected] f<[email protected], against $1.70 at close yesterday;
advance $.2.30. Amie advanced. Little Chief
advanced to 55. Robinson Consolidated active.
There was an attempt made to break prices by
sales of long option stock, but without success,
regular prices being 27 and [email protected] seller 61! days
and 27 seller SO days. During the j afternoon
Little Chief [email protected]@(i7 buyer 15, Belle Isle
15, Bodie 8"[email protected], Barcelona 17, Castle Creek
20 and Decatur 04. Standard weak at f>% @s>g.
Af ternoozi JLtoara «i notation:
Stocks and bond? closed at the following
prices bid: ■
aOVKBHHEh'73.
Three per cents. .100 Fours do ...... 128 %
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5. 1884.
4Kcouponß.....lH^ Pacific 6s of. '95. .128
STATE faOITOS.
La. c0n5015...... 75 Tenn.Be,ne**... 38>£
Missouri 65..... 103 Virginia 6a 38
St. Joe.. ...110 Consols*!..... .. 37
Teen. 6a, 01d*... 38 Deferred*....... 8
BAILBOAD BONDS.
CP. Bonds, lst..lll^ D. P. lani grant.
Erie seconds..... 91% Sinking fund 117
Lehigh &W.....103 Tex. P. grant B. 45
St. P. 48. C. Ist .114% do Bio div. 73&
U. P. Bonds, let.H3>a
BTOOKO.
Adams Expreee...l2B}£ Missouri Pacific.. 89 \
Allegheny Cent.. 12 Mobile & Ohio. - . 9>s
Alton 4 T.H.... 43 Morris & Eeeei % .122
do preferred... 89 N., C. & St. L. 53
American 91>£ N. J. Central ... &6
8., P.& W...... .... Norfolk &W. pf.. 40
8.. C. B. & N .... 80 Northern Pacific 26%
Canada South'n.. 51% do preferred... 55^
C.,C, &I. C .... Northwestern.... 117%
Central Pacific... 65% do preferred... 146
fhesnpeake&O.. 14% N. Y. Central.... 118K
do istprefM.. 25 Ohio Central.... 1%
do'Mprerd... 16% Ohio & Mies 2S
I Cbirßgo & A1t...133^ do preferred... 90
do preferred.. .145 Ontario & West.. 15%
■"., E. <tQ.......121 Oregon Trans.... 32
C .St. L. AN. O. 8"4 Pacific Mail 42%
C St. L. & Pitts. 11 Panama... 98
do preferred.. Si Peoria, D. &E.. 13%
'.".'., S. & 1.1 vc- ... 85 Pitteburg ... .136%
niov«i*rid*C"'!.. G6 Pullman Pal.Car.ll4
Delaware & ¥.. 105 Heading 58
Del. 4 book. ... 117% Bock Island 117&
l)«T«>r A It. G.. 25 6t. L. A St. F... 24
£-;« ;TZ do preferred... 40,%
dopMferr«d... 10 ■>'• :atpref'd... 87
East V. i (i.. 6 VI. k St. Paul., 93>£
dopreferrod... 1 2 >&' do preferred... 116^
Fort Wayne 133 St. Paul A Man.. 963^
Han. A St. Joe... 88V£ St. Paul A Om'a. 83%
do praferred*.. 88>£ doprefetrod ... 9i}4
Harlem 192 Texas Pacific.... iBJi
R<w«to* A Tax.. 50% Union Paaific... 73
Illinou Cantral .. 132 14 United Stfttae.... 56
AWeet.. 17% W., St. L. A P... 18>£
Kansas (kTflcas.. 117 doprofarcod... 30%
Lak«Bri» A W.. 18^ Wells <fc Fargo... 106
L&k« Sh&ra..... 96% vyest*rri U. T.... 75
Louievillo&N... 46 Homest&ke 11
L..N.A.AC... 31 Ironßilvei§ 170
M. AC. Ist pfri.. 10 Ontario ..29
do2dprjfd... 5 Quicksilver f>)4
Memphis tC... 84% do preferred... 25
Mich. C»itral... 87 South. Pacific
Minn's A St. L... 17>^ rjutro
do. preferred.. 34
•Asked No sales. ered. Ex. mat
coup, §Sx. div. |;Ex. int.
F. T. OLDS & CO.,
New Tacoma, - - W. T.
Investments made in city and farm property,
timber and coal lands. Buildings erected. Loans
negotiated. Beets collected. Taies paid, etc.
The building department will bo in charge of a
competent and reliable architect.
References: Banks of New Tacoma and Roch
ester, Minn. Correspondence solicited.
C.T. YERKES, JR., CO.,
13 Gilfillan Block, St.Paul.Minn.
N. W. Cor. La Baile & Madison Sts., Chicago.
SOS Chestnut street, Philadelphia. -
STOCKS. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Bought and sold for cash or carried on margins.
We nave unsurpassed facilities for dealing for
oar customers in the New York, Philadelphia and
Chicago Stock Exchanges and on the Chicago
Board of Trado aud Call Hoard. Special telecraph
wires in our office. It. M. CANNON, Manager
JOHN W. RUMSBY & 00..
Commission Sraiß ail Provisions
126 Washington St., B 18 and 19,
CHICAGO ' ILLS
DAILY MARKIiX' EEVIEW
OF THE
CHICAGO m MILWAUKEE MARKETS'
FUP.NISIIED BY WALL& BIGELOW,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Koam 4, Mannheimer Building, Southeast corner
Th.rd and Minnesota etreetf. Direct wire to
Chicago and Milwaukee Boards of Trade.
(Operator in our office.)
St. Paul, Friday, Jan. 4, 16 1 4.
Following is to-day's range of prices on .the
Milwaukee and Chicago boards:
a £ . o a r 9 2
a "i. I " % I i 9
**• 2. % a ® •
I r> <S * ? I I
a I I • o> !2
D * I •■ . • W .
5 ? I i • *< •
Milwaukee,
Wheat-
February... 95>$| 96 96 91% 94% S6>^
March 96H 97 97- 95% 95% 97^
May 10232 103^ 10 JM 101% 101% ....
Chicago,
Wheat-
January.... 95 I 95.^ 95% 943^' 94^1 £5^
February.. 96^ 9fi>^ 96^ ! 95^ 95%! 96%
March..... 97% i 97^ 97% 8034 96^ 973^
May 102% 1083* 103% 102^ 102% 102&
i
Chicago,
Corn-
January.... 57% h%Y % 58K 57 67 49%"
February... 56% 57>^i ;i73^ 56& 56> 4 ' 50>s,'
May....... Co>^ 6j% 6j% 59% 59% 53%
Chicago,
Oats—
February... 53% S4^ S4^ S3K 833^ 85%
May I 37% i B% t»>i '^H 37% 36%
Chicago, I
PorK— I
February... 14.45 14.47 14.52 14.42,14.47 17.15
May. 14.95 14.97 15.02 114.'.114.'.)5 14.57 17.55
(Chicago,
Lard—
■February... 8.67 8 90 8.9( 8.82 8.87 10.87
May.. 9.20 9.22 9.22 9.15 9.22.10.72
State of MarKecs—Grain softer; provisions
sie-ddy.
drain Movement—Following is the grain
movement for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock this morning for the poir ts below:
Receipts, Shipment-,
bushels. bushels.
Chicago—Wheat..... 81,2 13,579
" Corn .296,453 43.031
" 0ate............. 88,889 19,941
" Flour, bb15...... 10,925 11,870
Foreign Markets Liverpool down
war i tendency; coin more brisk. Off coast —
Wheat easier but steady; corn slow.On passage
—Wheat and corn inactive. Mark Lane—Wheat
and corn very little demand. Paris—Wheat and
flour quieter. Country markets inactive. Stock
in London—Wheat 975,000 qrs.; corn 50,000
qrs.; flour 820,00 it to 340,000 bbls.
Jane wheat in Chicago closed at 1.03%.
June corn in Chicago closed at sD^c.
: Curb—Wheat, 1.03^ May.. Corn, 59% c May.
Pork stronger, 14.55 May. .
M. Soran's Reports.
, St. Paul, Jan. 4.
The following quotations, giving the range of
the markets during the day, were received by M.
Dorau, Commission. Merchant:
WHEAT.
MILWAUKEE. : OHZOAQO.
Feb. May. Feb. May.
9:5"i A.M. 96 193& .... ICB^
9:<o •'•:«• 88 103 80% 503%
9: 0 " 95% 102% .... 103^
lU*>:> " 95% 102% .... lU3
10:10 " • .... .... .... 103^'
1C:2» " ..... .... 103
]0:f0- " ....." .... 103J£
10:10 M 95% 102% .... 103
10: tO « .... .... ..... 108&
11:00 c: .... .... '.... 102%
11:10 " Qo\4 102^ .... 103
1130 " ..-.: .... .... 103
11:30 " .... .... .... 103
11:40 " .... .... .... 103
11:50 " 95^ 102% .... 103^
12:00 " ;;.T.: ......... 103^
12:10 ••■•.".,* ' 95% 102;< .... 103^
12:20 " 103-i
12*) " 96 103
12:40 " 9iX 102J* 96 102% i
12:50 " .... .... . 95% . 102% |
1:00 " So 102 95% 102>^ 1
2^)o •* 94 7/£ 102 95H' 102%" !
2:15 " 54% lUI% 95% I<B# j
230 " 94% 102 95>< 10254 ',
2:45 " 54% 101 % 95% 102? 8 '
Wheat receipts in Chicago, 81,217 bushels; j
shipments 13,579.
CORN, OAfS AND PORK—CHICAGO.
1 Corn. Oate. i Pork.
Time. • — , "— ! ■—
Feb May Feb Mar; Feb Mar
9:80 a. M. .... 60% ....
8:40 " 157%6t .... .... I !
9:50 " .... 60% .... V j
10:00 " .... OH '•- ....... ....... J
10:10 " '....60^' 14.45 j
10:20 " .... 60>s .... .... 14.45 : j
10:30 ";• .... 60X1....!.... 14.47>^
10:40 " ! .... i6o>s ........ 14.45 ...
10:50 " ....60% 14.45 | .......
11^0 " ....60>^.. 14.473^ :.....
11:10 " .... 60% ; 14.45 : .......
11:20 " ....60K-.- •••• i•• 1 • j
11:30 " .... ........ 14. .......
11:40 " .... u>>4 .... ....I j
11:^0 " .... .... .... 14.52>$ .......
12:00 M. ....CD%... 14.50 I
12:10 p.m. ....MX ........ 14.47;, j
12^0 " ....60% .14.50 \ '
12:30 ".":■•■ 57 60^84 j.... 14.52^' !
12:40 " ' .... 60% ...... 14.473^ i
12:-0 " 6i5J<«»X ....J.... 14.45% j
1:00 " 50^59^ b8%!.... 14.45 14.623^!
2:00 " 56^159%|83% ....:14.473^ 14.6 r»
2:15 " 50% h'*% 33% .... 14.45 14.70
2:30 " 5.634 1 -59% 8334 ....14.473^ 14.65
2:45 " oti\lsi"/, j ■
Corn receipt* in Chicago, 296,453 bushels; i
shipments, 43,551. ;
CHIOAOO CLOSING.
January wheat.. 94 January corn.. 57^
March wheat.... 96)^ March corn... 55% |
April wheat 97>4 April corn j
June wheat 103^ June c0rn..... 59% j
January oats.... 833^ January pork. 14. j
Mayoate 33% May pork 15.00
ASSOCIATED FRESS MARKETS.
Milwaukee Produce Market.
Milwattkee, Jan. 4.—Floor dull and j
unchanged. Wheat weak; No. 2 9l3>£<-'; Jan- j
vary 94)£c; February 94% c; March 92c; May
1.02. Cors, scarce and farmer; No. 2 57}£@
67% c. Oats scarce and firmer; No. 2 wanted '
88c No. 2 white scarce and firm at 36%e. By« 1
in fair demand; No. 1 [email protected]>sc;No. 2 58%@ !
sa%"c. Barley easir; No. 2 6l>£c; February
62>%c; extra No. 3 513^'c. Provisions quiet;
niese pork 14.30 for cash and January; 14.5') j
February. Lard, prime Btoau:, 8.75 cash and |
January; 8.873>£ February. Sweet pickled
hams firm at 10^12^c. Butter steady. Cheese
in better demand. H'ggs firmer. . Recoiptc,
7,209 barrels of flcui; 31,72} bushels of wheat;
11,618 bushels of barley. Shipmente, 6,010'
barrelsof Hoar; 2,975 bushels of wheat; 13,94J
bushels of barley. "
Chicago Livestock
Chicago, Jan. 4 —The Ororors' Journal
reports: Hoge, recoipts 12,000; shipment*
7,509; strong on shipping account; packing 5.15
@5.60; packing and shipping [email protected]; light
[email protected]; skips [email protected] Cattle, receipts
5,E00; shipments 8,100; market strong; ex
ports [email protected]; good to choice shipping 5.50 j
@6.00; common to medium 4.2. r>gs.4o. Sheep, |
receipts 3,C10; shipments 2,100; market 6teady; ,
inferior to fair [email protected] per cwt; medium j
to good 4.50; choice 4.60. (
OhlcaiEO .Produce market.
Chicago, Jan. 4.—Flour dull and un- j
changed; common to choice spring wheat j
[email protected]; Minnesota [email protected]; patent 6.50
@7.0U; winter wheat flour, southern and Mie
s' uri [email protected]; Michigan [email protected] Wheat,
in good demand, stronger and higher, but the I
advance was not sustained; opened %c higher, J
advanced a trifle' additional, declined %c and
closed easy J£c under yesterday; sales raDged:
January 94}^ @95% c, closed at 94>^; February
95^@'J6%c, closed at 95>^c; March quotable lc
over February; May 1.02 % 1.08.H, closed at
1.02!*; No. 2 Chicago spring 94>^@95^c,
closed at94Xc;No. 8 Chicago spring [email protected];
No. % red winter [email protected] Corn very un
settled and nervous; during the early part of the
session advanced lJ^^lXc ovar yesterday's !
closing, then declined li^is'2}^o and closed %c j
lower for January, %c lower for February and
J4C higher for May than yesterday; cash 5(5%@
57% c, closed at 56% c; January 56%@58%c,
closed ats6^@£6>tc; May si^@6l^c, closed
at 59% c. Oats strong and higher early, but
closed with the advance pirtly lost; cash b'd%((£,
83% c, clos d at 333*;; January [email protected]>ic,
closed at 33J^c; February 33%@34^c, closed
at 'Ai%c; March 34^@34Kc; May 37%@38%c,
closed at 37% c. Rye dull at 58>£c. Barley
steady at [email protected] Flax seed firm at 1.40.
Pork irregular and fairly active: [email protected] higher
early, receded again, rallied to medium figure
and closed firm; cash 14.37}^@14.40; January
14 [email protected], closed at 14.32>[email protected]; Febru
ary H.42>[email protected], closed at [email protected];
March 14.60^14.62)^; May 14.92^@15.10,
cosedat 1*.97 5.00. Lard in - fair de
mand; opened 2J^@sc higher, receded [email protected]
, later and closed steady; ca6hß[email protected]!J.B2>^; Janu
ary 8.823^; ' February »[email protected], closed at
[email protected];Marchß[email protected],closed at [email protected]
B.97>s;May 9.17^@9.27^, closed at 9.l7}s©
9.20. Balk meats in fair demand jshoulders 6.10;
short ribs 7.4s;short clear 7.75. Butter quiet find
unchanged; creamery [email protected]; dairy 20(65i7c.
Eggs quiet and unchanged at 25c. Whisky
steady and unchanged.
Call—Wheat, sales 650,000 bushels; January,
February and March dec ined %c; May dec-lined
%c. Corn, sales 810,000 bushels; January ad
vanced %a; February, and May declined %c.
Oats, eales 55,6U0 bushels; February declined
%c. Pork, sales 8,500 barrels; February and
May advanced Vj^c. Lard, sales 750 tierces;
Febi vary advanced u)^c; May advanced sc.
Becoipts, 19,Oi)0 narrolo ol nour; 81.0C0
bushels of wheat; 296,0.10 bcotels of opts;
1 9,000 bushels of oats; 10,000 bushels of rye;
22,000 bushels of barley. Shipments, 11,1)00
barrala of flour; 14,010 busnols of -wheat;
44,000 bushels of corn; 2i',000 bushels ol
oats; 7,50J bushels of rye; 19,000 bushels of
bailey.
New York I'roaar.o Market.
Wxw Yobk, Jan. 4.Flour weak; receipts
24,000 barrels; exports 3,300 barrels; com
mon to good extra [email protected]; good to choice
[email protected]; extra Ohio [email protected]; St.' Louis
3.30g6.25; Minnesota patent process [email protected]
7.00. Wheat, spot lots [email protected]%c lower, options
opened a shade high9r, afterwards lost the ad
vance and fell off [email protected], closing heavy; receipts
14,0J0 bushels;' exports 24,0(J0 bushes; No. 2
Chicago spring 10634; ungraded red [email protected] \
1.15; No. 4 red 83>ic; No. 3 red l.C2^@
1.04>^; No. 2 red [email protected])^; ungraded
white [email protected]!.C6; No. 2 red January sales 320,
--000 bushels at 1.09%@1.11, closing at 1.09%;
February sales 1.584,0t0 bushels at 1.11%
@1.13, closing at 1.11%; March sales 672,00u
bushels • at1.ia^.a.1.14%, closing at 1.13^;
April sales 88,000 bushels at 1.15%@1.16%,
closing at 1.15%; May sales 1,552,U00 bushels
at 1.17%@1.15M, closing at 1.17%. Corn,
spot lots I<|sl3^c stronger and higher; options
advanced %@\%c, closing weak, with a reac
tion of }4&% c; receipts 32,000 bushels; ex
ports 22,000 bushels; ungraded [email protected]; No. 8
tO}£@6lc; No. 2 [email protected]%c steamer; mixed 62K
@b3c; ungraded white [email protected]: No. 2 January
tis%**66*^c, closing at 66 Mz: February 66^
%xx.l%-., closing at 66Kc; March 67^@67%c,
closing at twjjsc; May 68"^(^69)^c,-. closing
atoi^c. Oats . [email protected] batter; receipts 17,000
bushels; exports 6,000 bushels; mixed western
[email protected]; white western 4i(^4^c. Coffee, spot
fair; Rio dull; options [email protected] points higher, and
fairly active; sales: '2iO .bags Bo No. 7
January at 1O.60; 6,000 bags February at
[email protected]; 5,'i60 -bags March at 10.80®
10.90; 5,510 bags April at [email protected];
7,750 ba;s May at [email protected]; .2,750 basa
Juce; at.11.1!($11: 0. titular dull; • refined
quieigand weak; mould A 7>^c; confectioners'
A 7 7-loc. Molasses '. quiet - but. steady. Rice
firm and in good demand. "Petroleum firm;
united 1.14 14. ;Tallotv"duU at:7^@7s<c. Tur
pentine firm at 35c. Eggs, western, higher and
lira? at [email protected]^c. Pork dull and weak: hew
mess H.62>£@15.00. Beef quiet but steady;
Laid 6teady; prime steam 9.15; January 9.01£g
9.11; February [email protected]; March ; [email protected];
April 9.85gU.37. Other articles are ni-.
changed.
Dry Goods.
Sew Yoek, Jan. 4.—The imports of dry gcods
for the week amounted to $2,667,100.
Cincinnati Whisky Market.
Cincinnati, Jan. 4.— Whiaky stronger and
higher at 1.14.
A Safeguard.
The fatal rapidity, with which slight
Colds and Coughs frequently develop
into the gravest maladies .of the throat
and lungs, is a consideration which should
impel every prudent person to keep at
hand, as a household remedy, a bottle of
AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL.
Nothing else gives such immediate relief
and works so sure a cure in all affections
of this class. That eminent physician.
Prof. F. Sweetzer, of the Maine Jledical
School, Brunswick, Me., says :—
"Medical science has produced no other ano
dyne expectorant bo good as Ayib's Cheeky
Pectoral. It is Invaluable tor diseases of the
throat and lungs."
The same opinion is expressed by the
well-known Dr.L. J. Addison, of Chicago,
111., who says:—
"I hare never found, in thirty.five years of
continuous study and practice of medicine, any
preparation of so great valueasATEß's Cherry
Pectoral, for treatment of diseases of the
throat and longs. It not only breaks up colds
and cures severe coughs, but is more effective
than anything else in relieving even the most
serious bronchial and pulmonary affections."
AVER'S
Cherry Pectoral
Is not a new claimant for popular confi
dence, but a medicine which is to-day
savin*? the lives of the third generation
who nave come into being since it was
first offered to the public.
There is not a household in which this
invaluable remedy has once been in- -
troduced where its use has ever been
abandoned, and there is not a person
who has ever given it a proper trial
for any throat or lung disease suscep
tible of cure, who has not been made
well by it.
AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL has,
in numberless instances, cured obstinate
cases of chronic Bronchitis, Lar is,
and even acute Pneumonia, and has
saved many patients in the earlier stages
of Pulmonary Consumption. It is a
medicine that only requires to be taken in
small doses, is pleasant to the taste, and is
needed in every house where there are
children, as there is nothing so good as
AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL for treat
ment of Croup and Whooping Cough.
These are all plain facts, which can be
verified by anybody, and should be re
membered" by everybody.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
PREPARED BY
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all druggists.
(Mruiatio] of Assessment for Sewer
on s f Pettr street
Office of the Roard of Public W jhks, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 2, Hi i. )
The assessment of benefits, costs and expenses
arising from the conttructioa of a sewer on tit.
Peter street, from Martin street to Summit
avenue, in th» City of St. Paul, Minnesota,
having been completed by the hoard of
Public Works in and for *aid city said Board
will meet at their office in said city at 2 p. m.
on the 14th day of January, a. I). ISB4, t<»h°ar
objections, if any, tos-iid assessment at which
time and place unless sulGcient cause is shown
to the contrary, said aioebsment will be con
firmed by said Board. v: •;.'-;
The following is a list of the supposed own
ers' names, a description of the property bene
fited, and tha - amounts assessed again9t the
same, to-wit: •
Farrirgton and Kinney's addition to St. Paul.
Sapposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits.
Daniel Mullen, (except
N'ly 40 feet and St. Peter '
street).*.... 6 2 ) .. e2 7 ,
Same, I except N'ly 40 ft). 7 2 ] *lxv l 0
E J Woodward, (except St.
Peter st). ... 5 2 )
Same, (<xc9pt St. Peter [ {322 00
street. ..4 2 )
E T Ogden, N4) feet 0f... 8 2"j
Same, (except St. I'eter i . > 7n m
street) 40 feet of 7 2|- 70 °°
Same (except St. Peter st) [
N 40 feet of 6 2 J
Ramsey's addition to St. Panl.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits.
F V Heyderstadr, S % 0f.8,9*10 1 -5103 '25
31 E Patterson, Nft 0f..8,9& 0 1 113 25
Mary V Taylor V 2&13 2 203 00
Emily A Stedman (ox
cept 8 Ely !s6 feet).... 9,10411 2 140 00
Peter Bastian, 8 rly 36
feet of 9,10411 2 63 00
Watson's and Rico's Subdivision "A." St. Paul.
: Suoposed owner and • .
do-cription. Lot. Benefits.
J JWatson..... 6 $41 «8
Hame... 5 36 25
JQ Adams 4 86 50
Same 3 38 7!> i
JJ Watson. .2 t9 20 :
Same 1 100
• Ramsey's Addition to St. Paul. •.
Supposed owner and
description. Int. Block. Benefits.
W H Noble, N'lv 60 ft of. 18414 8 $105 10
E C Bowen and It Chute. Miscellaneous
Btrip of land three feet in width, bound
ed by lots 13 and 14, block 3, Ramsey'a
addition to St. I'aul, the Ely lino /
' of said lot 13, produced N'ly, ami the
W'ly line of siij lot 14, produced N'ly $5 2.">
Simpson's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
•description. Lot. Benefits.
Wr Markoe 1 *loi SO
Same 2 M* 00 :
HN W00d..... 5 119 00
JHSimoson C 119 00 ;
Same..:.. 7 119 00
Same. 8 119 CO
ML 80wen.... .13 93 25
Same... ....14 " 90 25
EC B<»wen ...15 9d 25
M L Bowen, Miscellaneous strip of lard
three (3) feet in width, bounded by lot
15, Simpson's addition to St Paul, and
the Ely and W'iy lints of said lot 15,
produced N'ly $5 25
Ewing & Chuta's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and j
description Lot. Block. Benefits.
E Chute,. of St Peter )
street) 3 13 [ $2700
5ame........ .:..... 4 18 )
F Fahey, (.Si'ly of.St l'eter 1
street)... 2 13 L $195 QO
gamp, (S'iy of St I'eter . [ vtoa w
street) ....... 1 .13 J
P. Chute, (N'ly of St Peter
street)....... ..5 13 $12 00
Same, (N'ly of St Peter
5treet)................. 3 . 13 33 00
F Fah»y, (N'ly of St Peter
street) 2 13 3 50
All objections to said assessment must. be
made in writing and filed wi:h the Clerk <>f said
Board'at least one diy prior to s id meeting.
JOHN KAKKINGTON, Prweia-nt.
Official: 11: L. Gorman, :
** Clerk Board of Public Works. '-6
MISS LAURA W. HALL
TEACHEU OF
PIAB3 OSSAS AMD HAEMOE'
Residence,
So; 102 Western Avenue, St. -Anthony Sill,
:■;■'bx. PA.VZ,, usiifsr,
C^-Aleo Agent tor BRAII?ABD'8 MUSICAL
WOULD, pabli6hed at Cleveland, Ohio. It baa
beon published over '20 -years, and is acknowl
edged to baths ablest and best, as well as the
oldest musical journal in: the country. Every
teacher, amateur and pupil should have it.
Price $1.50 a year. Address as above. Notified
by postal card, Miss H. Trill call at any reaidenoo
In the oity and receive subscriptions.
Confirmation of Assessment for Grading
* Hacßn&la Street
Omci or ths Board or Public Works, )
Cit* of Sr. Paul. Minn., Jan. 2, 1884. J i
; The assessment of benefits,costs and expenses, !
arising from the grading of Mackabin street, i
from University avenue to Charles street
in the city of St. Paul. Minresota, having
been completed by the Board of Public Works
in and for said city, said Board will meet ; t their
office in said city "at 2 p. m. on the 14th (lay of
January, A. D., 1834, to hear objections (if any)
to said assessment, at which time and place, un
less 6nflicient cause is shown to the contrary, said
ns3'ssment will be confirmed by said Board.
The following is a list of the supposed own
ers' name's, a description of the property benfited,
and the amounts assessed against the same tc
wit:
Michel's Sub-division of block 14, Stinson's
Division, St. Paul.
Supposed owner acd
description. Lot. Block. Benefits.
CarlShuliz 30 1 *7 00
Carlllicnter 1 1* 7 00
CalhArnold 30 2 7 00
Same 12 7 00
Smith's Sab-division of Stinson'3 Division, St.
Paul.
Sapposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits.
CSchultz ........••••••••I 15 $7 00
Board of Education 16 15 7 00
J^ccb Belfreanu... 81 15 7 00
Henry Swift 45 15 7 03
Woodland Park Addition to St. Paui.
Supposed owner and
description. Block. Benefits.
I V D Heard, Sly 151.85
ft of E tOO ft of, 22 112 £0
Edna L Carpenter, N }4 of
Els2fi of 22 12 00
Alaosou Messer, S 25 ft of
E 10-4.62 ft of 18 1 50
S Messer, N 50 ft of 8 75 '■ ■
ft of E 108.61 ft 0f.... 18 3 00
AJsrisou Messtr, S 25 ft of
N 228 ft of E 108.6-2
ftof.... 18 1 23
2" E Elwell, 8 37>a ft of
203 ft of E 108.62 ft of.. 18 250
Mary Crogar, S 37>, ft
N ICS-U ft of E 108 .62
rtof.; 13 2 50
Park Congregational church
E lt)4ftofNl2B
ft o! 19 10 00
Subdivision o1 blocks 19, 21 and part of block
21', Woodland fa'rk Addition to lit. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefits.
CBThurbton 12 21 *7 01)
JBBeals 13 21 7 00
J W Cunningham 12 19 7 CO
Samo 13 19 7(0
Woodland Park Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Bern fits.
LonaUKnox 22 15 #7 L 0
H MSmyth...., 1 K> 700
Natlmn (ialup 18 *4 7CO
Robert Craig 12 14 700
Henry Kittson 12 9 7 00
SB Selby 13 9 7 00
C JSutheimer 22 8 7 CO
F G Sherwood 18 7 1)0
WUuelbter 13 10 7 00
Cily of Bt. Paul 12 10 7CO
Board of Education 22 5 7 00
Rodney Smith 1 5 7 00
J W Bishop 1 4 14 00
Dayton Aveuue Church.. .22 I 7 00
HUreve 11 7 0J
Selby, McClung & Van Meter's Addition to St
Paul.
Hupp sed owner and
description. Lot. Block. Benefit*.
Catherine Uebter 16 2 $7 00
Philip Abbott 15 2 7 00
8B Mahan 33 1 00
Same, W 75 ft of 34 1 3 £0
L M Burringlon, W 75 ft
of 16 1 3 50
Same 15 1 7 00
Mackubin &, Marshall's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner ajd
description. Lot. Block. Benefits.
Isabella M Johnson 16 21 $7 00
A J HiH 15 21 7 00
Guttav Carleon 16 20 7 00
Annie It Schenk ~ . 15 20 7 00
J*Sewall 16 17 7 00
Same 15 17 7 00
John C McCarthy. Commencirg on W
line of Mackubin street I3i}£ feet
N'ly from Marshall avenue; theDce
W'ly parallel with Iglehart street 50
feet"; thence N'ly parallel with Mac
kubin street 182>£ feet to Igk-hart
street; thence Ely 50 feet to Macku
bin street; thence Sly to beginning:
being part of Marshall's subdivision of
bloc* 27, Mackubin & Marshall's ad
dition to St Paul i 7 0J
LEW Irvine. Commencing at N W
corner of Mackubin and Iglehart
streeis; thenca W'ly along Carroll
street liO feet.; thence N
parallel with Mackubin itreet
40 feet; thence E parallel
with Carroll street 120feet,to Mactu
bin street; thence S4D feet to beitin
ning; bei"g part of Marshall's subdi
vision of bljck 27, Mackubin and
Marshall's addition to St. Panl $.0J
Margaret C Irvine. Commencirg on W
line of Mackubin street, 40 feet N of
Iglehart street; thence N along Mac
kubin street 60 feet; thenceW parallel
with Iglebart street 120 feet; thence S
parallel with Mackubin streetßo fee';
thence E to beginning; be
ing part of Marshall's sib
division of block 27, Mackubiu
and Marshall's addition to St. Paul.. i 7 cO
Elizabeth S Hall, commencing on W lino
of .Mackubin btreet, 120 leet N of
Iglehart street; thence N along Mac
kubin street r>s feet; thence W paral
lel wirh Iglehart street 120
feet; thence S parallel with
Mackubin street 55 feet;
thence Eto beginning: being part of
Marshall's subdivision of block n7,
Mackubin & Marshall's addition to
St. Paul - --•■••■•• *
L Jane Bartletf, commencirg on W lino
of Mackubin street 175 f-et N from N
line of Iglehart street; thence W par
allel with Iglehart street 120 feet;
thfnco N parallel with Mackubin
street S9>£ feet to S line of Carroll
street; thence E along Carroll street
120 feet to Mackubin street; thence 9
to beeinuing: being part of lot 8,
Marshall's subdivision of block 27,
Mackubin & Marshall's addition to
St. Paul *3 25
Marshall's Sabdivieion of.block 17, Mackubin
and Marshall'i* Addition to St. Paul.
3apposed owner and _
description Lot. Benefits.
Emma <Jl*sgen. S 142 ft of N 216
ftoEE 267 ft of 8 $12 03
WL Wilson. N 114 ft of E .3278 »«
ft of. •• 8 10 fO
A Wilson 2 16 25
Thomas Wilson .".: 1 »;"
ES Norton. 813 21.4 ft 0f..... 13 7(0
Mackubin and Marshall's Addition to St. Faul.
S-ippised owner and
..- description. Lot. Block. Benefits.
JWF<il;ihee 16 13 $7 CO
Alt Capehart........ ....15. 13 7CO
ECalvert . 30 12 7 00
AR Capehart:..... 1 12 7 00
Robert A Smith ...AS 8 7 CO
John Winterhalter....•.."-.. 15 8 *7 00
JBTrudeaa ..SO 9 7 00
Hn1daZantz............. 1 9 . 7CO
Alice Jerome, etal.... ...16 5 7 CO
John Berschen... 15 ■ 7 00
G 5herdin............. 30 ■: 4 7 00
J W <Jjamsie, B,Vof 1,2 A 3 4 SCO
J Dow, SKof X}<0£..1,1&3 4 500
ThcsCahill, N% of 1,2 & 3 4 5 00
JehielWJsgser....... ..1«; 2 7 00
AA5mn55en:........... 15 2 7 CO
PR Smith...■.-.... ........30 3 7 00
C Schmidt, (Exceptstreet) 13 7 00
All objections to said assessment must be
made in writing and filed with ' the Clerk of
said Board at least one day prior to said meet
ingTS^SSSSffiSISBSJiS^Sp^S
JOHN FARRINGTON, President.
Officia': R. Lufiobm vn,
4-6 Clerk Soard of Public Works.
LMlilG BOSmSSS m
Of
st. Paul - anw
; ATTOEMEYB AHD COPNsiIJ,OBS AT LAW
THOMAS O. EATON", Be ■ SO, Ullfll'r.2 Block
St. Pun!. Minn.
ABCHITSCTS. ___
K. F. BASSiyORD, Room 23 GilfllUn tiiock.
H. 8. TK£H£KN~£ O. £„ 13 UllnUim U.oek.
A. D. HINSDAXE, Presley Block.
A. M. P.ADOLIFF, Manahsltcer Bloc St.
3. WALTXB STXYSXS, DavlvlMc Lioc.-, UoOm.
H and ■#.
ABTiaiS' MAI2£IALB
SHERWOOD HOPGIi. •>'. Third And Wnbaakav
STEVENS * KOCKhItiOS. 71 iUtt Third (trttl
°t. Vs,n'.
SUOKK AHDTiaTIOM B \ .'
SHERWOOD HOUGH, Oor. Third and WabMfcsv.
ST. PAUL BOOK * KIATIO\'£HY CO, 17 Sail
Thirl street.
CAKSIAOEB SLXIGHS. •
A. NIPPOLT corner Seventii si .1 Sibley ttrMta
_ ■
CAHPKTB AUD WALL PAP«
JOHN MATHEI9, 11 E»at Third «tr«e».
W. L. ANDERSON', 86 Eii-t Thin! Ptreet
I>BT OOODS-Wholeiale." _ —
AU2BBAOH, FINUH .« VAN BLIOK, Sibltf
Ireet, between Fourth am] Fifth.
DRY OOODS-Batatl. ~"
IiINDEKE. LADi; ft CO.. a Kmt Third tr—<.
y?KB, FKATHEKB AND OINS^BC.
A. O. BAILEY, 10 Jackson street.
FURNITURE, FEATHERS, *
STEES hiiOH., 51 £ait Third (treat. Kstshllska
l(<sq
OHGCKitigS-Wlialegalft.
P. H. KELLY It CO., 14 to 14U E&st Third ltri><
HARDWARE AKD TOOLS. [
7. O. I)KA VI'AI h CO.. « £a»t Third hte»tU
JSWELEBS AND WATCHMAS2BB.
EMIL OBBT, 67 £act Tblrd street.
"LOOKING
STEVEKS ft KOBEBT9ON, 71 £att TM*« itr»«t
St Panl.
TAPES AND STATIOSS?:r.
T. S. WHITE * CO., No. 170 Boat Third .itr»*|
PICTURKB AND F&AMII.
STEVENS h HOBEKTBON, 71 Ea«t Tfalid ittHl
St. P»nl.
TBPMK MAKKRB.
CUirVKX * CPSON, 74 East Tblrd Bt.-»«t,
W. H. OAKLAND, 41 East Third utree
WINES AND LIQUORB-Who!nala.~
B. KCHL & 00., Wholesale Dealers In Llqnott
r-zid Wines, iy-4 East Third street, 81. Paul. .
WHOLESALE NOTIONS. ~ '
AKTHUK, WAEKKN At ABBOTT, 186 «ud HI
East Third Htreet.
WHOLESALE HARDWARE.
BTBONO. HAOKETT & CO., 318 to 2VJ E. iih I
TaAVELBRS' GUIDE.
Hi. Pan Kailwav Time Tables
Chicago,St.Paul,Mii]neaDolß
AND OMAHA RAILWAY,
The Royal Route,
BAST, SOUTH and WES •
No Ciiaage or Cars to rtiicago
Dos Moines or Kansas City.
Le. Minn*- Leav*
DEVABTIHO TIIIINH. Spoilt. , I'ftUl.
I>«s Moiues fast Express.... fJ-M a f7:30 a m
OhlcaßO Doy Express *13:Ol) m •l"J:4» p m
Chicago k Milwaukee Ex... '7:00 p m *7:48 p ■
Kloiii City & Sioux Falls... fIM a ■ 7:20 a m
Hhakopeo and Merrtam Jet. 7:20 a m
Omaha and Kansas Oity *4^6pm -8:1'J p ■
Green Buy and Appleton... ' tV'«ii«
Shatopee and Merriam Jet. *2.») p m *4.i-fio p m
North Wisconsin & Superior i 4/7:40 «m' t8 J5 a m
Blver Falls i t«'3l nm W:,>»o»«
Dining Gars on all trains to and from|Ohlcftgo, ta
this is the only route that ram Dining Can on al
Chicago trains every day In the week.
Arrive «i.,Af Mlnn*«
Adßivrs'j ZBAXI7B. Paul. I »po;u.
Ch!ca«p 4 Milwaukee Ex... *7 2Onuai J8 lisa
Merriain Jet and Shakopee.. *]2:16 run *1:«) p m
Chicago l-i.xhi Xi( iei» *2.-2S p m •«:10 p m
Sioux City & Hioux rails... f 11:40 pco • 1 1:10 :■■ m
Omaha and Kansas City.... "12:10 p m all:40 a m
North Wisconsin & Superior *:i:»)|ini t"l6 P m
Merriam Jet and Sbakopee.. *ll:'2i ♦> m *8:40 p m
Oreen Bay & Appleton 17.5 >p in \*s-x* pxx
River 9:28 a re! tI(HO6 «B
DesllolnesFastKjpres*.... HIM p m, tll:10pm
Lake Elmo and Still water Train t.
I.LAVE MINNEAPOLIH.
t7:40 ■m, 'hJ:SO am, t»SW a re, tl!:0C:B, \l-JK pal
. t*:*- V » *7.-U0 vm.
LT-LVB ST. f'ZUL.
iC-00 me tS:IS am, t»:05 am, 10:02 am, 1-13:16 tun
•3 05 i> ■ TS:US v it and 7:45 pm.
■LSIYX UTZLZjWATKB FOB IT. FaUZ. * ttl.""AA»OLt i
750 am t^-Saw., tl2:oora. »1:13p5a, Vt-M 9 »i
. 4:3 1 p in, 16 5 ► p ra.
• Daiiy. t Except HnndHy». I Kzcapl Mondays.
t?.T"Ticiet«, Sleeping Oar Accommodktloai
•11 Information can be ftecuro- at
' So. It Nloollet UonM Block, Mlnn«apoUi,
i. CUAKBOXNEAU, Ticket Ag«
Mlnn«spoMß d«>potcorner WaßhlcKton and Focrtfc
svence north. H. L. MAKTIN*, Ticaet A vent.
Ooni«r Third ana Jackson Rtreeta, Hi. Peal,
OHAS. H. F£THUH, City Tlc&et Agtntt
New Union Depot, foot of Sihlsjr street,
KNEBEL b BftOWN, Tick Aa«nUU
H. E. HAYDEN Ticket A^ent, P.dilwanr.
MRSEAPOLR ID st. HOIS IULWII.
ALBEET LEA ROUTE.
Leave St. Paul. I Ar. Kt.Paal
Chicago Exprew "7:00 a.in. *8:05a.m
Dcs Moines 4 Kansas O. Ex •7:(X) a.m. *8:05 a.m
-Bt. Louis "Through" Exp.. +2-50 p.m. tlj.'Jj p.au
DesMoines k Kansas* C. Ex +2:50 p.m. X12;20 p.m.
Excelsior and Winthrop... *330 p.m. *12;J0 p.m.
Chicago 'Taut" Express... tl'Jj'iO a.m. | d 7:4» a.m.
d daily, "daily except Sunday, flaily except Sat
urday, Jdaily except Monday. Ticket office* St.
Paul comer Third and Sibley streets, E, A. Wh!U
ker, City Ticket and Passenger Agent, nnd Union
Depot. 8. F. BOyD,
General Ticket and Passenger ent, Minneapolis.
CUcan. Milw3iii:6B_&_st, Fan! Rail? art
Arrival (in-l dopartnre of through pamenser train
——— Leave j l^ara
DZ?iCTrso TBAIKB. Minnet.p'lJi St. F»i','
BiverDivistor.
Milwaukee & Chicago Ex.. Al2 noon A 11:45 c m
Milwuukeeit OhlcnpoEx.. A lift p m & 7.45 pm
Lr Crcs^e, Dubuque, Rock
Island & St. Louis Exp.. 0 450 am 0 525 a m
lowa k Minn. DK'.r'on.
Sou. Minn.,la. Jt Dav'pt Ex.,o 8:00 a m 0 8:10 « a
Owatonna Accommodation .0 tcMpaiNl l«)pm
Mason City, Sou & West, ex|E 8300 yitßT JO p m
JißßtiTjtr* « Dakota Dlv. .
MilbankiEx... 0 8:4.', a m O 800 ■■
Aberdeen & Dakota Ka .... A W-iii p m .*. 7^'ja
, ~ j Arrly» I Anlvv
IRarVIHG xiuiKf.
at. Paul. Ulnni>p>Ua
River Division.
CiJlcftsrofc Milwaukee Sx.. * 7:20 ais 4 10 am
Chicasfoi Milwaukee Ex.. A 1-M pit \ t.io l-
Ld Crosse, Dnbuqne, Rock 1 j
Island & St. Louis Exp.. 0 9:35 p m 0 10UO p m
lowa SsMltui. Division. \
Own tone a Accommodation; 0 10:58 raiO 1025 a-m
Son Minn, and la. Ex 0 *-M cmfl ?05pm
Mason Oity Sou & West, ex F 7:45 a m|F B*o • m
Hastings & Dakota D' ). ;
*b«rieen fc Dek^Ueipr is* V 7-30 n ia! \ r.-JX' a m
HilbSl_! .... - C *:'-Pm|C * ■n)r to
A,me-\aa 'W.?. C, ex.'«vt duuslay. 18, «c«j
aahiriay. F, ex:ept MCiiJnr.
Additional trains v>«twaen St. Pro) *t:1 Mir:>.e»njo
11«. via "Short Line," leave both cities hour'-. tot
Bcrtlculars see Hborl Line time-table.
St reul— Thompson. Oity Ticket As-ni, 151
ft. Third etroe*. Brovns i Knobel, Ticket Agents,
Cclon Depot.
'illnneapoUe—O.L gaott, Oliy Ticket *«»'>«. So
, vi»n'-V'i «o-i». A.. B. Otivnb«r tin. risk*
Agent, Depot, __J}
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