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i & COMMEBCI.
On 'Chanue.
Sr. Paul, January 19.—At the board ol
• was little interest mani
I in No. 1 hard which remained at the cal
t F.'.b.uiry and Macch, which
olined Ic. So trio little business was trans-
Bular andes a representative sale.
Wo quote 5 cars by sample at 87c. Old mixed
corn was offered atS4obnt no buyers. A car
of old yellow No. 2 was sold at COc f. o. b.
New n Id at ',3c, but one car was sole
Oat" were firm at lc higher all re
A oar of No. 2 mixed was sold at 38c f. o. b. in
sacks v.l. onta the market.
. »ing iu barley and rye
was nominal at Tuesday's quotations. Ground
feed was fir.-.-, and held at $20. OP; one lot was
sold at 820.59. Baled hay was firm and looking
sold at 18.00. ' Live hogs
w^re a shad.- lower a* were also dressed hogs,
pork was steady; a lot of 190 bbls.
sold at ili.'io. Following aro the call pi
WbjeAX—No. 1 hard, 98c bid; February, 9jc
bid; March ©I bid; May, 11.05; No. 1 regular
89c bid; No. 2 bard, 93c bid; 96c asked; No.
lar 8 '<• bid.
—No. 2, 54c asked; May 58c asked;
Lxed 58c; asked, rejected 48 @ 50c bid.
Oats—No. 'I mixed, 30*/.. 32c February, 88c
March 84c asked; May, 34c bid, 35c
No. 3 mixed, 29c bid. No. 2white, 31>£c
I; No. 3 white, >0e bid, 32c asked.
rtABxra—No. 2, 50c bid; No. 8 extra, 45c
bid; No. 8, 38c bid.
No. 2, 47c bid.
Gbound Fked—$20.50 asked.
Cobn Meal — $20.50 asked.
Bean—Sacked, $11.50 bid; bulk, $11 bid.
Baled Haz—$7.25 bid, $8 asked.
Timothy, \Lyi —$9 bid, £10 asked.
Live Hogs—$5 bid.
Okessed Hogs—$6.50 bid.
. •'OEM—$18.75c bid; 14.50 asked.
Receipts and Shipments.
pts and shipmonts of gram, live stock,
produi . use, etc., for the twenty-four
hours ending Jan. 9, 1884:
Bec'd Sh'dArticles. Bec'dSh'd
.... ,.. 20 IS Wood 43 1
Oil
Paint
Uarley 1 .. Merchandise ... 55 72
Piles 4 2
Flax..... Barrel stock... 2 ..
Flour 1 1 Brick 8 ..
1 .. Cement
1 uime
Stone 2 ..
I & Pig iron 1 1
oil ...... v .. BB iron & rails
Hay ... •• 1 abroad ties... 4 6
Lgricult'l im'e
tgge
1 .. fruit
lery
.. 2 .. Papi r...
iimgr'tni'v'bles ..
Liquor
Dressed to ef
20 8 Salt
21 i :•:: !■.' S 28 7
Total roc'pts, 204 cars; sh:omenta 118 cars.
The following table give^ tha principal
ia nations at tho call January D, of last
year and '84:
Produce. 1883. 1884.
Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked.
Wheat No. 1 hard
cash $1 03 $.... $ 93.. ?......
'• -; Feb... 104 .... 99
' ': March. 1 05 .... 1 00
" " May... 1 0' .... 1 05
" '< regular 97 1 CO 89
" No. 2 hard. 97 .... 93.. 96..
" •« regular 92 .... 82
Corn No. 2 cash. 47.. 52 54..
" " new 50 53..
Oats No. 2 mix-
Mcasli 35 3(3.. 30.. 32..
" '• Feb.. 85 83..
" M March 34..
" " M-iv 34.. 85..
" " white.. 36 ..87 31% 38..
Barley No. 2.... 65 50
" 8Xi. 50 .... 45
" " 3.... 45 .... 88
ByeNe.2 44 .... 47
Ground feed 20 00 .... 20 50..
Bran sacked 9 00 1150
Baled hay 6 50 7 00 9 00.. 8 00..
Dressed hogs... 7 05 7 25 G 50
Among the Commission Men.
There are no cn-ing-win produce quotations
and but little chango in the stato of the
market. There is perhaps a slight movement
iu batter, soma largo sales having been o fleet
ed in creamery at 28c, and choice role at 18 @
23c, buL the supply is largo and stocks accumu
lating. Ground feed is in fair demand, but the
supply is sufficient to meet all
orders. Tho fruit trade is
slightly improving; dressed meats command
ready sales, when shipped in good condition.
There is a good demand for choice poultry, bnt
thero is a great glutei poor birds; turkeys if
strictlv fresh and dry picked command 2c above
quotations; eggs are dull, pickled aro not wanted
and strictly fresh are scarce. Following are
I rices current.
Buttek—Receipts liberal; grease, 5c; packing
stoclcoif flavor, [email protected]; store packed 9«jl;2:4;
dairy, common to fair, [email protected]; choice 20<&23c;
creamery, [email protected] |
BKAS8—Common, [email protected]; medium, 1.75©
2.25; navy [email protected]
Baoon and Hams—Long cler.r bacon, 8%«Qgyc; |
short clear, 10>£c; shoulders, 9>j,'e; ham-., [email protected]
12>Jc; dry salt. [email protected]£.
Celery—[email protected] per dozen.
Cheese—Skim. [email protected]; p:irt cream, 8459c; full
cream old, [email protected] full croam fail made, U?£
Dressed Meats—Beef, country dressed, $%%
Uc city dressed, [email protected]«}£c; mutton, country
dre-isod, [email protected]; city dressed, [email protected]>£c; veal, [email protected]
Eggs—Ice house and pickled, [email protected]; strict
ly fresh, 27c and very scaroe.
Flour—Patents $5 [email protected]$6.50; fancy brands,
10cl8)20c higher; straight $5.G0i&$5.25; Bakers'
XXXX [email protected]; low grades [email protected]$4; Bye flour
8 50 per barrel; graham [email protected] per barrel;
buckwheat flour, [email protected]
Fruits—Apples, [email protected]; pears, Laste
Burro, [email protected] per box; oranges,Floridn, 4.50
per box; Valencia, [email protected] per case; Malaga
lemons, [email protected]>i; Cranberries, [email protected];
Malaga grapes, 50 lb., [email protected] .Wrings, new,ISc,
18 •, 20c per lb.; dates, black in frails [email protected],
fard in boxes, 12c per lb.. „ n/sao „ ,
Pubs—Mink, SOcCcgl.OO; coon, [email protected]; lynx,
[email protected]: musk rat, [email protected]; kitts, 8c; red fox,
[email protected]; kitts, [email protected]; silver fox, M.W&
40.007 cross [email protected]; otter [email protected]; fisher,
5.00ft7.00: skunk, [email protected]; badger, [email protected]^c;
wild cat, [email protected]; house cat, [email protected]'i5c; marten,
[email protected]; wolverine, [email protected]; wolf,1.90B
S.DOTprairie wolf, [email protected]<0; blax, [email protected];
cubs. 4A>[email protected]; beaver, i^^J* ro8nor '
2.00(a:2.25per lb., Hudson bay, [email protected] p-w
lb., Dakota, [email protected] par lo.
Hides—Dry, [email protected]; green, salted, i
gnen, 6%c; caif, dry, 16c, green 12c; deer, dr-/.
ic; antelope, [email protected]; elk,'[email protected];buftai >.
[email protected] . , aaa .
Wooi^-TJnwashed, [email protected]; washed, [email protected]
3?c
Hoxey—White clover, 20c lb; buckwheat, 18c
HoP3 -Washington Territory, 28c; New York,
SOc.
PoTJLTKY —Chickens, dros=od, [email protected] per lb;
turkeys, dressed, lS.'$lbc; ducks and geeso,
10fa>l2c. , % . . M _, „
Boots— (Medicinal) ginseng, [email protected]; sen
oca snake root, [email protected] per lb.
Live Stock— Good heart-.y demand for iro
mediate use with a tendoncy to rngher figure*.
Kovuh mixed cattle 3^3%c; fail
mixed 3%@»c; fair Bieers 4%@
4>ic; good steers [email protected]%c; prime
ateers 5%@5%; hogs heavy 5%@5%c; medium
5a'%c;""light 4%@5c; sheep 8%@4%c;
ctl-.fs?73'J-
Family Retail Market.
B-iE'.D ani> Floub—Wheat bread fc per lb;
rye brsad, 5c per lb; Vienna bread, 10c per loaf;
flour, 4c per Id.
Butteu—Farm house, [email protected] per lb; cook
ies, 12 %<3.20c. . M _ c _
Chbksb-12%@[email protected]| .Swiss 20«$L5c.
CoFFiE-Greeu Bio, [email protected] for *1; Java
(green) [email protected] $ij Bio roa,t. [email protected]
@[email protected]* for «l; Jara roast, 35c per ib, 81bs
for $1; Moca, same as Java.
Egos—Casj eg;<s, 35c.
Fbuits— A::plcs 40c peck; crabs50cpock; Cal
ifornia gr^pe^ 25o lb; Catawba 60c basket; or
encss [email protected]^. doa ; cianberries 12%c quart.
roasts '5- corned 7«.10c; mu tor, and veal 15c;
for chops and roasts, pork 10c; pork BM
PorjLTBT AM> OAKB— 1 •; 20c per lb;
chickens [email protected]; geese I4©l5c; ducts U<g
15c.pt '■■■• pair, wild duct
6Uo pair; squirrels 25c |
Sotkabs—Granulated 10% lbs for 1.00; Stand
ra C 11% lbs for 1,00;
I yellow C 12 lbs for 1.00.
•Gunpowders &[email protected]; Japan from 25 to
70c; Oolong 40 to 90c; Young 11
Vegetables—Beans, dry I5c quart; bee
ots 75c bushel; cabbage 10,15.25c
50c doz ; horse radish 15c U>; leeks
.: ; onions 7" ' 16c bunch;
Iry 15c quart; parsnips 1 I; rufa
bagas 60c bushel; saurkraut 15c quart; •/ ■ ■
0c bushel; turnips 60c bushel; lettuce 3
for ~oe; radishes 3 bunches for L< o.
Hile—7c quart; cream 60c quart.
Vin&r.'. ttaland Stock M«.riete.
EORtflSO ur.ro3T.
'V^w foax, Jin. 9.—11* a.
a fraction lower at the opening, but soon be
. trong. Oi ' '-'ltral
and Ne Central were the features.
Union Pacific rose I per • „ Michigan
Central ."to v Jersey Central i-' LA to
88. There i* a difference of Vil^ percent,
in Michigan Central cash arid regular. The
general market was stro;:g and higher in sym
pathy. The Canadian banks hare advanced the
rates of sterii] to $4.84% and $4.87%,
owing to the scarcity of bills and the demand in
connection with remittances to Europe for in
terest and dividends usual at this time of j
AJTSBBOoa br?out.
Money easy Rt [email protected]% par cent.
Prime mercantile paper [email protected]% por cent. Bar
Silver, 11.10%. Steriing exchange ttrong at
$4.88% lorng, $1.86% sight.
Governments —Fii m.
State Securities-Dull,
Bonds—Bsilroad bonds strong and higher.
Stocks-Strong and higher. Union Pacific
7'i;.-i, LouisvUle & NadmBe 47%,
iri Pacific 903i and Western Union Tele
graph 1V/ Z . Michigan Central commands 1 per
per diem for use. Stocks wero generally
Brrn uUtil near i Wash :■:> DnionTele
graph( W4 ■•■■A Ontario
drooped to 18. bus later Union Pacific b
Lt and advanced to 77% on large I
actions. Th,s sharp ribe i.-i Union Pacific L<
good buying of tl :- Missouri Pa
cific advanc . — antral to
8rf, Cr, t-.. 66%, New York A New
England to 16%, Chicag >, BurUngton & Quinoy
to 1J1),' and Laki :'%.
• •■• .
SNTS.
; ...1C0 2*00X9coupons. .123%
.... ■ ■ , • tci
hti
•dams Expma.J •'■ •- ':{iK
Olagfieay Cect.. M Mobile*Ohio... 9^
, 48 Morrill -. i ■ :llU;
do preferred... 88 »., C. ft St. ?-...- 54
.- 92 >'..•• 87V
-«.,P. & V? ... North'n Pacific. 26^
B.' C. B. <fe i*;--.. 7H ■ '\- iferred... f^O
Canada Southern. 5 $ % Northw astora 11 7%
Central Pacific!'.! 63% N. Y. Central... 1L8 '„ j
Chesapeake & O.. 14 N. Y., C. & St. L. 9%
do 1st prof'd... 24;< do preferred... 19 if
do2dpref'd... lG>j' Ohio Central 8
Chicago & Alt.. .134% Ohio & Miss '.'-1
do . 48 do preferred... 90
C, B. &Q 120% Ontario & West.. 55%
C.,Sc. L., feN. 0. 82 PaciBo Mail 42%
C, S. & Clave.... 85 Panama 98
Cleveland & Col. 68 Peoria, D. & B.. 13%
Delaware &H...105% Pittsburg 138% j
Del &Laok.. 1W"/i Heading 56 j
Denver&B.U... 24% Bookleland 117
Erie 27% St. L. & S. F.... 22
do preferred... 72 do preferred... 41 %\
Sort Wayre 133 do 1st pref'df.. CO
Han. & St. j oe... 58 % MB. & St. Paul... 93%
do preferred*.. 88% »do preferred... 116
Harlem 190 St. Paul & Man.. 97%
Houston & Tex.. 49 St Paul 1 O'ha.. 34
Illinois Central.. J33% do piei'eiTjd... 94
ind., B. & Weet.. 18% Texas Pacific... 19%
Kansas & Texas.. 2'Z % 0 uion Paoifio.... 7 ii %
".; ie & W... 17 United Stare?..... 55
Lake Shore 96% iVab.,8t.L.4P.. 18%
tfvilla* Nash... 47% ..Vpieferrad... 80} 4
..... X. A.. & C. - ■ 88 Wells & F<*rgo.. .106
il. k. C. Istpfd. . ' 0 Went. Union T. . 75%
do 2d preTdt - I" ftn I 2*» "^,- 5
Mempoie&C. . 87 >s do pref erred... 25
Mich. ContraL... 90% PnBraan Pal. Car .115
{flinu'o & St. L... 17 C, St. L. & Pitts. 11
do preferred... 35% do pref erred... 84
*Asksd. tBid. JUflered. IJEx. hit. gEx.
11V.
EVENISO BEPOHT.
Wooey easy at 1%@2# per cent,
elooinu offered 1 por oent Prime msroantile
p&ner 5^'j-^j '>ei ooot. iterung excmuura,
bankers'bills strong at $4.84; do. ex. demand,
$4.86%.
Government'! —Firm.
Ponds—Railroad bonus strong; Missouri.
Kansas & Texas genera's rose to 34; Ni w York,
West Shore & Buffalo fives weaker at 61%@62.
State Societies— Steady.
Stocks —The stock market opened a fraction
tower all around and in tbe first ten minutae of
business prices ran off %@% per cent. Shortly
bofore the first call speculation became strong
and a general advance ensued and under the
leadership of Michigan Central shares opened
at 89% and rose rapidly to 91% regular and 92
cash; this stock commanded as high as 1 per
cent, par diem for use. It waa reported Van
derbilt had notified his brokers ha wished them
to take up and pay for all the Michigan Central
they were carrying for his account. This re-
E 3reder.ee from the fact that V
did call round amounts of stock. I
in New Jersey Central also twisted
which closed at 88% last night,
cash, and regular, fell off to 87 and
id to 83. Union Pacific advanced
£76%, Louisville & Nashville from
and Missouri Fau;:iu from 89% @
remainder of the list also showed an
t in sympathy. Subsequently there
onof%^l percent, but duri-g
r of business t he market again be
itrong with Union Pacific a prominent
feature, which stock sold up to 77%', a rise of
8^' par cent, from the lowest point of the day.
Tho bear-i attempted to cheek the rise by putting
I seller sixty options at prices about [email protected]%
cent, below quotations in the regular vay,
aU their options were freely taken and failed
are the desired effect. The transactions in
stock were enormous and readied the large
1 of 94,096 shares, or above one-third of the
re business in all stocks for the day. The
mce in Union Pacific was stimulated by con
tinued purchases on tho part of large capitalists
identified with tha property, it being mado
known the holdings of securities of other roads
in the treasury of the company had increased
to say 859,047,571, of which #27,710,230 are I
bonds and 831,437,441 stocks, many of which
are invested and dividend paying. The im- j
provement in Trunk lino shares was based on a
belief thatat the meeting of the joint executive
committee to-morrow an amicable solution of
the difficulties wiU bo reached. The Granger
stock-, notably Chicago, Milwaukee &St Paul,
which for some days has baon rather weak, wore
a^l firm and higher on a denial of tho reported
cutting of rates by tho Chicago, Burlington &
Qnincy in Nebraska. Louisville & Nashville
j was strengthened by a report that tho company
to 80%. In the early dealings there was a
rumor that a new indebtedness of $500,000 1 id
twen discovered. This was officially denied and
the stock rose to 31%. Central Pacific advanced
to 66% Chicago, Burlington & Quincy to 121%,
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul to 93%, Louis
vilie & Nashvillo to 47%, Lake Shore to 96%,
Missouri Pacific to 91%, Missouri, Kansas &
\ Texas to 20, Northern Pacific preferred to 56,
Texas Pacific to 19% and Western Union Tele
graph to 753s. The market closed strong with
an advancing tendency. 6 ■ compared with last
night's close prices' are up %@1% I*r cent, for
the! U BuaUy active list and 2% for Union Pacific
and 2% for Michigan Central. In specialties
New York & Texas Land rose 9% per cant, to
132, only 186 shares changing hands on the way
up.' New York & New England was in better
demand and moved up to 16%, an adduce of
lt£ por cant. Milwaukee, Lake Shore & West
ern rose 1 per cent, to 87 and Oregon Navigation
ia to 121 Sid. XUe Stock Esoaapge gorsinfrg
THE ST. PAUL bALLi GLOBE, TBORSBAT MOBN1NU, JANUARY 10, 18S4.
committee listed $6,456,000 of first m>
6 per cant, bonds of the Gulf, Colorado & Santa
I e Bailroad company, Sl4,750,0o0 of 5 ne
bonds oi th» Sew I'o.-k, WustShora & B
Bailroad company. This completes tha
issue of first mortgage bonds. One ...
three hundred thousand dollars of Wisconsin &
sota division 5 per cent, bonds of
ago, j!ilwaukeo& St. Paul Railroad com
. i 1,402,000 of coneol 6 per cent, bm
-. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba company,
$2,000,000 of 6 per cent, first mortgage bonds of
' the Oregon Transcontinental company, $1,620,
0i>0 of first mortgage 7 per cent, bonds of tha
1 New Orleans Railroad company ani
K>,000 of .first mortgage Sabine division 6
londs. It waa also decided that-when
tho engraved certificates are ready for use
$5,000,000 of the stock of the last named corn
pa uy will bo placed on the li^-t.
Hie transactions aggregau>d 282 t C0f; sL&res:
Central Pacific 5,000; Delaware, Lackawanna .t
Western 17,000; Lake Shore 12,000; Louisville 4
Nashville 7,000; Michigan Central 5,000; Mis-
Paetfic 13,000; New York Central
mo, Milwaukee & St. Paul 21,000; Union
Pacific 91,000; Western Union Telegraph 9,0< 0;
Northern Pacific y,000; Oregon Transconti
kistjno ROCKS.
Quiet trading in the mining market this morn
ing and prices steady. The sales included Brad
shaw at 15, Bodie 390, Iron Silver 190, Horn Sil
ver 6%, Bobinson Sierra Cjrando 60 and
Satee Yaexiel [email protected] Tho market was dull this
afternoon. Chrysolite sold at 110, Sierra Ne
vada 325, Standard 5%, Horn Silver 6% "id
(485; assessment of 50 per cent. paid.
Afternoon Board Quotations,
:ks and bonds closed at the following
GO VEEN il^' TB.
per cants..100 FourB do 188%
1% coupons 114% Pacifio6sof'96..ia8
STATU bONDM.
be. consols 75 Tenn..«a, nea*... 40
Missouri 6s 104 Virginia 6e 40
iuio* 110 Consols^ 41
I, Co, old*... 40 Deferred 8
DAB 130KDS.
Bonds, lat..l 11% 0. P. Ian 1 grant.108%
econdo..... 92 I . .. 117>1(
• & »t*...105 lex. : . '. 45
tS. C. 1st .115% do Bio 9. div. 74%
-..,:• 18 l t
Ldsrns Express... 128 MissouriPacific. 01%
any Cent.. 12 Mobile4Ohio.., 9%
j '!'. H.... 45 Mi irrie k EeseaJ. 122
do preferred.., t9 N., C. & SI. L... 54
92 H. J. * racial.... 87%
t.,P.&W Norfolk fcW.pf.. 40%
',., (I. Ii. &'A ">'"< Northern Paoifio. 2(534
'ana.Ia Houth'n.. 63 do preferred... 55%
..I. C Northwestern 117%
do preferred... 144%
(.).. U K. x. Central. ...<
do IstprePd.. 24 Ohio Central.... 2%
iprefd... 16% Ohio&Miss ■
[o A Alt.. .184 :■'., do Deferred... I
red...145 Ontarii• & West.. 14%
■; Q 121 % Oregon Trans.... 81%
. L.&N.O, 82 Pacific Mail 43%
':..& Pitts. 11 Panama 93
do referred., 33% Peoria, D. &E.. 14
J., 8.4 Clev.... 85 Pittsburg 188%
Jleveland&Col.. 66 ?oil/nan Pa).Car. 115V 4
)alaware& H...105% Beading 68%
)ol.& Lack 116% tiock Island 117^
) 3 nver&B.a... 24% St. L. & St. »... 22
Jrie 27% dopieforr9d... 41%
do preferred... 72 do 1st pref'd... 8r>
Jast T., V. & Q.. 6% fill!. & St. Paul.. 98%
doproferrad... 12% do preferred...115%
' ort Wayne 182% St. Paul & Elwn.. 96%
Ian. & St. Joe... 88% Bt. Paul & Om'a. 33%
do preferred*.. 88% do preferred... 9l9g
larlem 190 T-xaa Pacific.... I»%
I Piston & Tex.. 45 Union Pacific. - 77 \
llinoia Central,. 185% Onitod Htatet-.... 5C
nd.,B. &We8t.. 18% W.,St. L. & P... 18%
[ansae & Texas.. 23 do preferred... 81 %
,ako Erie & W.. 18% Wells & Fargo.. .106
iake Shore 96% Western U.T.... 75%
:oiunville&N... 473^ Homostake 10
..,N.A.AC.... 80 Iron Silver 180
l.&C. letpfd.. 10 Ontario 29
doMpraf'd... 6 Qiuoksilvor 5
lempbis tC... 86% do prof erred... 25%
h. Central... 91% South. Pacific... ....
n'fl&St.L... 17% Sutro 17
Asked Nosalae. JOflfered. IfEx. matiI
p. §E:t. div. HEX. int.
C. T. YERKES, JB., & CO.,
Gilflllan Block, St.Paul.Minn.
. W. Cor. La Salle & Madison Sts., Chicago.
S05 Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
OCRS, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS j
ought and sold for cash or carried on margins.
7a have unsurpassed facilities for dealing for I
oastomers in the New York, Philadelphia and
csgo Stock Exchanges and on the Chicago
oard of Trade and Call board. Special teleuraph
ee hi our ofiica. It. ML CANNON, Manager.
F. T. OLDS & CO.,
ew Tacoma, - - W. T.
estments made in city and farm property,
-nber and coal lands. Buildings erected. Loans
legotiated. Rants collected. Taxes paid, etc.
Che building department vrill be in charge of a
lompetent and reliable architect.
References: Banks of New Tacoma and Bocfa«
>ster, Minn. Correspondence solicited.
JOHN W. RUM3EY & 0O»„
;sMos Oram aM Provisions
128 Washington St., B 15 and 19,
HICAGO I2«LS
DAILY MASK*.-* REVIEW
mm MD lILffAiIEE EASIER
FURNISHED BY WALL* BIQELOW,
OMMISSION MERCHANTS,
x>m 4, Manch3lmcr Building, Southeast comer
Third tend Minnesota streets. Direct wire to
Chicago ard Milwaukee Boards o t Trade.
(Operator in our office. \
St. Paul, Wedneelay, Jan. 9, 1SC4.
FolloT-ing is to-day's range of prices on the
Milwaukee and Chicago boards:
Ci K O M fc* Z j S
I ' 1 § * s I
§ B • " 5 *
February... 94% P4^ 94% 94 94% 98%
March..*.... 95% 95% 85% 95 95% l«%
"£ 101% 101% 101% 101 101% ....
~^mlr7~~03% 9»% 93% 94 97%
ebrnary.. <Ji')i mi 95% »*% 9*% 98^
[arch 95fc 95% S6% 95 H 95% 99%
fay 101% 101% 102% 10i% 102^ 105%
: —-— ■
hicsgo,
annary.... 56 56 56% 55% 56 56%
F.bmary*... 14.60 14.5o'u.55 14.42ji4.55 17.40
May 15.02 15.00 15.07 14.92il5.07 17^90
Stato of Markets—Firmer; looks higher.
tirain Movement—-Following is tfce girirj
movement for t ■■ tw ntr-four hour-, nrtrsa
at 7 o'clock this morning for the points below:
Beceipt!--, Shipments,
Chicago—Floor, bbk 20,953 18.101
Wheat 1SS,<«5 5,876
Corn 2?.%wil 69,888
•' Oats 5;,',
" Bogs, heed S7.0-. 0
Foreign jifirkets—Liverpool—Wheat slow;
corn firmly held. Off Coast —Wheat aud com
tlow. On Passage—Wheat blow; corn (;uivt.
Mark Lane— Whi-at. and com qniet. Coun
try markets qniet. imports into United King
dom, Hoc: wheat 285,
000 to 240,000 quarters; ccra,12.j to 125 quarters.
Paris—Wheat :ir.ti ii-.ur quiet.
Curb—Firm; Wheat, 1.02% May; com, 50%c
May; Pork, 14.00 February.
M. JDaran's Ktports.
St. Paul, Jan. 9.
tags of
' by 21.
Ocas, ' ' ..'jJUit:
! £AT.
xrxwAonB! amo&so.
Feb. May. Feb May.
840 a.h. 21% 181% 94% 101%
9*0 •' 91% 101% 94% 101%
9:0 " 84% 101% 94% 101%
94% 101% 95 101%
lfldfl M 94% 101% 94% 101%
10:20 M S4% 101% 84% 101.-;
1048 " 94 101 <;4% 101
10:10 " 91% 101% 94% 101%
10£U M 94^ 101Vi 91% 1CI%
11:C0 ,; 84% 101% 94%
11:10 " fc4% 101% 94% 101%
11:20 M 94% 10134 94% 101%
1130 M «4% 101% 91%
11:40 M 94% 10!% 95 102
11:50 M 94% 101% 95% 102%
12.03 " 94% 101% 95% 101%
12:10 " 94% 101% 95% 102%
12 :29 " 94% 101% 95% 102%
12*) - 94% 101% 25 102
12:40 " 84% 101% 95 ' 101%
12:50 " 9*% 101% 84% 10i%
1900 " 94% 101% 94% 101%
2:00 " 94% 101% 94% 101%
2:15 » 94: 94^ 101%
2:37 « 91% 101* 9«% 102%
2:45 " 84% 101% 84% 102
WhGat ra^aipts ia Chicago,'.133,053 bushels;
ehipmeats 5,8/0.
... OAlSA?.'DPOiiK--CiilCAGO.
I Corn, j Car*. t'< rk.
Fob iMaylFeb ,Miy Fob Mar
9J0A. K. r55% 59% 33%«7% 14.50 14.87%
9:40 " 55% 59% S8%f874i 14.55 14
9:"0 " 55%5»%38%J«7%14.50 14.70
10*)0 " . li-r>il w
10-10 "• i.-j-r,%;59% 83% 87%J14.47>» .14.61
lu:20 " !5. r*^'5y%8S%.37%JM.«8 14.62%
ZO-.S0 '•• S5% 59% 88% 87% 14.42% 14.60
IOH0 " 5;.%;59%,33% 87% 14.47% 14.62%
10:50 4; 55% 59%88% 87% 14.47% 14.62%
11-0 " 55% 59% 83% 87%J14.50 14.65
!!-••() " .VrXtr>D%33-,::-:7%'14.50 ,14.65
Il-'!0 " ,.5%!59%l«3Hi37% 14.47% 14.66
. »« 55% 59% 88% 87% 14.60 |14.67%
11:40 " 55%59%88%87%fl4.26%14.70
11:0 " 65% 59% 88% 37% 14.55 14.72^
12al0 x. 55% 59% 83% 87% 14.65 14.72%
12:10*. M. 55%59% 88% 87% 11.52% 14.70
12^0 " 55%I59% 28% 37% 14.50 J14.70
1*:S0 " 55%|59%38%37%l4.t0 114.67%
12:40 " 55% 59%88% 37% 14.50 114.67%
12*0 " 66% 59% 83% 87% 14.50 14.61
1:00 " 55%:59-lA:-l3%:S7%:l4.. r.O 14.H%
2^J0 " 55^|59%;:;3%'37%;i4.52% 14 .;
2:15 " 55%;5-:;--"'. i33%:-5'% 14.55 14.72%
2^50 " 55% 59% 83% 87% 14.50 14.7"
2:45 " I55^!69%i33%'37%)i4.55 |14J
Com receipts m Chicago, 236,687 busaela;
shipments, 69,350.
OHIOAaO CLOSING.
January wheat.. 94 January com.. 58
March wheat.... 95% Mar ch corn
June wheat 193% June corn 59%
January cat*.... 33% January pork
April oats April pork .... 14.87%
March oats May pork 15.07%
ASSOCIATED PBESS MARKETS.
Milvranlre<a Produce Maifkes,
MrxWAUKEB, Jan. 9.— Flour dull and un
changed. Wheat dull; No. 2 94c; January
98%c; February 94%c;Maroh 95%c;May 1.01%.
Com lower; No. 2 5Cc. Oats quiet No. 2 nomi
nal at 83}£c. Kyo weaker; No. I 6l%c; No. 2
50%c. Barley lcw?r; No. 2 60%c: February
oO%o; extra No. 3 51%c. Provisions firm;
mono pork 14.50 for cash and' January; 14.55
February. Lard, prime BtfvtE., 8.81% cash
and January; 8.90 February. Sweot
pickled hums" firm at [email protected]%o. Live hogs
Btondy at [email protected]; dressed hogs scarce at
6.4006.60. Btoeipte, 12,2o0 btrrela of fioni;
27,811 bushsla of w'hMt; 18,507 bushels of bar
ley. Shipments, 10,015 barrels of flour; 10,200
bushels of wno*t; 12,980 bushels of barley.
Obloaso 4*xottuoe M.»r?ip.«:.
Chioack), Jan. 9.—lflour qniet an! uu
ehanged; common to choice spring whoat
[email protected]; Minnesota [email protected]; patent 6.50
g7.00; winter wheat flour, southern and Mis
souri [email protected]; Michigan [email protected] Wheat
in fair demand, but unsettled ar.da trifle higher,
opoued a shado stronger receded a trifle, rallied
receded agam and closed %@g%c ovr.r
yesterdar; sales ranged: Janu-iry 93Ji*494%c,
closed at [email protected]%c; February 94%@9o^c,
closed at91%c; March 95%@9o%c, closed at
95%o; May 1.01%@l.O2%, closed at 1.01%;
No. 2 Chicago spring 98%K;94}4C, closed at
9H%c; No. 8 Chicago spring 76%<&8lc; No. 2
red winter 96%@98c. Corn in fair demand,
nusrttled and gouendly higher; opened firm,
declined %c, rallied %<gj%c again, receded and
closed unchanged to %c higher, May leading;
cash 55%<g556%c, closed at :>5%c; January
55%@&6%c, closed at 5Cc; February a'-.d March !
55%©56, closed at 55%; May 58%@59%0,
closed at 59%c. Oats, demand fair; Jamwry
88%o; February 33%@33%3, closed at 33%^
35%c; March 83%@34c, closed at 33%c; May
37%«38%c, closed at 37%@37%c Kye quiat
at 58%c. Barley dull at [email protected] Flax sesd
firmer at 1.40. Pork in fair demand, opened
5i$10c higher, rallied again and closed 6teady;
casn [email protected]; January 2'y^M 5c under Feb
ruary; Fe-bruarv 14.42%@l4.55, closed
at 14.52%@14.68; March 14.70014.72%;
May 14.92%@15.05, closed at 15.02%&15.05.
Lard steady and in fair demand, 5^11 c higher;
ca*h 8.80(88.s5; January 8.87%, closed at
S.*&(&8.87%; February 8.87%@8.95, closed
at-S.yO.^8.92%; March 9.00f<^9.05, closed at
9.0009.02%; May 9.l7)-^@9.27%, closed
at 9.22%@9.25. Bulk meats in fair
demand; shoulders 6.25; short rib3 7.65;
short clear 7.90. Butter quiet ;jnd nn
nhanged: creamery 24034c; dairy [email protected]
Eggs quiet and unchanged at 25c. Wtiisky
steady and unchanged.
CaU—Wheat, sales 1,590,000 bushels; May ad
vanced %c. Com, sales 600,000 bushels; ad
vanced %c. Oats, salos 5,000 bushels; 7*l;iy
advanced %c. Pork, sales 8,500 barrels; Feb
ruary advanced 2%c. Lard, sales 2,300 tierces;
unchanged.
Secerpts, 21,000 barrels of flo:;r; 133,009
bushola of wheat; £37-000 bushels of corn;
51,000 (bushels of oats; 14,090 bushels of ryu;
44,000 bushels of barley.
Chicago Xdve Stock.
CHI0A3O, Jan. 9.—The Drovers' Journal
reports: Hogs, receipto 37,000; shipmerit*
0,000; market weak and 5c lower, but there was
a fair amount of trading, the quality being good;
mixe-d [email protected]; beivy packing and shippiug
5.70^6.15; li^ht [email protected]; skips 4.50©&.SJ;
closo-i steady, 15,000 unsold. Cattle, receipts
8,5»0; shioiiwcts 8,450; market fairly active
and steady; exports 6.2508.70; good to
choice shippiug steers [email protected]; common to
mcxiinm 4.50*^5.40; grass Texars 4.85. Sheop,
receipts o,5'.0; shipments a,000; good
forct>mmonto fancy at 3.2*^:5.7i', bulk at
4.2505.76.
Mew York Proclnee Hlarket,
Nzw YOBK, Jan. 9. —Flour dull; receipts
12,000 barrels; exports 3,800 barrel*; superfine
state and western [email protected] Wheat, spot lots
barely steady; options opened %@%c higher,
but afterwards lost th9 improvement, closing
firm; receipts 4,tKO bushels; exports S9.0CO
bushels; No. 2 Chicago 1.04%® 1.00%; un
graded red [email protected]; ungraded spring 1.03; No.
4 red 87c; No. 3 red l.«2%@1.04; ungraded
white 1.07; No. 2 red January sales
216,000 bushels at 1.08%@l.08%, closing
at 1.05%; February saies l,144,0u0 bushels
at I.10%^!l.ll%.closingat 1.10%; March sales
584,000 bushels at 1.12%©1.13, closing ■ at
1.12%; April sales 128,000 bushels at 1.14%®
1.15,closing at 1.14%;May sales 1,184,003 bush
els at 1.16%@1.16%, closing at 1.16%; June
I sales 40,000 bushels at 1.16%@1.16%, closing at
1.16%. Com, spot lots a trifle better; options
opened %@%c better, afterwards declined %@
%e, closing duP an 1 weak: -^-eipts 18,oW
els; sxpoTta 45,0'.'<; ungraded 55<$06%; No. 3
63%c; stamar 6'%'c; No 2 65g67c; No. 2
white 71c; No. 2 January 6:<g65%c, closing at
€").. February • at 65%c;
March g atCG%c; May 67
67%e, closing at 67%c 'j*ts firm;rFesipta .
: 'jxpi-r^s 555 bubals; mixed w^*teru
rn 425.45c. Ct>&"e»j,spot
f">i"; ■• ptio ] ousts
lower a iiio No. 7
irr at 11.03
Qlt.lo; :;.. u.80;
5>,500 bags April a; 11.35811.40; 8,550 ha---
May at 11.4C;
:' BO. Kugar dnlt;
refined firmer; confectioners'A 7 7-16; j
lated 7 1R-I6c. '. I and
held. Biceaotivi - ind lower.
bum firm; united 1.11 .-.- qniet bnt
5rm. Bosin firm p.! I.!
■ land fair and market firm. Egg .
lowerst [email protected] Pork qniet; n.-w mesa 14 :-. .
Lsrrl firm; prir tl . ] a -
[email protected] 2?; February '
April:. May [email protected] Battel
.-.V. ior choic J.
artict.:: onona
t?.-y fctoo£s.
New Yo:;j:, Jan. :i.—. any marked
bnri
m with tbe n t:-> d iil.- . Th,
low pri
attention, and a
. e arriving.
Cii.oi'j. • . ■
GntCEorHATi, Jan. 9 — Whisky is firm
at 1.14.
CITY NOTICE.
City Treasurer's Sale.
Ofi'ics or tub Cnrr Tkcusurer, t
St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 10,1SS4. \
Notio thatnnderand by vir
tue of a jad oi Ji n ■'-. 1884, i::
oond Judicial 1
.- connty, Stafeol Minnesota, again
• •. ituate, lying
•i"<) '.j. ins i' . .:. -
ment warrant for
Sewer on Dale street, from N.
Line of Holly avenue to the
right of way tfcrmi^rh. Blocks 17
and 21% Woodland Park ad
dition to St. Paul, thence along
said right of way to Summit
avenue, and thence across Sum
mit avenue to Oakland street,
thence on Oakland street to the
S. line of Grand avonue,
in said city of St. Paul, the> undersigned wfll on
Jan. 25,1884, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at
the City Treasurer's office, in tho city of St.
Paul, county of Ram ley, offer for sale at public
auction, as provid d bylaw, to tho best bidder
for cash, the following ascribed real estate, to
wit:
Holcombe'd Aeldi! ion.
Supposed 'vuer and Am'tof
description. Lot. Block. Jndgrn't
D E Boselle, N % of N %
of 1& 2 13 $54 63
Woodland Park Addition.
Supposed owner and Am'nt of
description. Lot. Block. Judg't.
BFMsrrin 11 17 8269 71
John W Willis 14 17 9; 17
All in the City of St. Paul, Connty of Bamsey,
and Stato of Minnesota.
GEOBGE BEIS,
10-14 City Treasurer.
CITY NOTICE.
City Treasurer's Sale.
Ovncm of tub Cmr Tt.easttbeb, )
St. Paul. Mini., Jan. 10, 1884. }
*;.>':oe is hereby givo". that under and by
virtue of a judgment entered on January 5,
lbri-, in the District court, second judicial dis
trict, Knmsey county, stato of Minnesota,
against tho hereinafter described real estate, sit
uate, lying and being in tiaid city and county,
on an aseessment warrant for
Grading Mendota street, from
right of way of Chicago, Min
neapolis & Omaha Railroad
company to Seventh street,
hi said city of St. Paul, the undersignod will OB
January 25,1884. at 10 [o'clock in the forenoon,
at the City Treasurer's office in the city of St.
Paul, county of Bamsey, offer for sale at public
auction as provided by Jaw, to the best bidder
for cash, the following described real estate, to
wit:
E M Mackubin's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't. of
description. Lot. Block. Judgm't.
Michuol Brady 8 3 *178 97
Hill's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't. of
description. Block. Judgm't.
T E Chamberlin, N % of
lots 28, 29 and 30 2 $75 96
B P Lewie, S % of N % of
lots 28, 29 and 30 2 75 9C
T Krumsly, S % of lots 28,
29andb0 2 bal. 35 35
Jane Former, N % of lota
1,2 and 3 3 73 96
Che* Gorton. S % of N %
ofl,2and3 3 75 96
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Bamsey,
and state of Minnesota. GEOBGE BEIS,
10-14 C.ty Treasurer.
"CITY NOTICE.
City Treasurer's Sale.
Office of the City. Treasures, )
St. PADX,Minn., Jan. 10, 1884. )
Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue
of a judgment entered on Jan. 5. 1884, in the
District Court, Second Judicial District, Bam
sey conntv, State of Minnesota, against the
hereinafter described real estate, situate, lying
and being in said city and county, on an assess
ment warrant for
Grading Pine street from Poarth
street to Grove street,
in said oity of St. Paul, the undersigned will on
January 25. 1884, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
at tho Chy Treasurer's office in the city of St.
Paul, county ot Bamsey, offer for sale at public
auction as provided by law, to the best bid
der for cash, the followiug described real estate,
to-wit:
Kittson's Addition.
Supposed owner and . Am't of
'description. Lot. Block. Judgm't.
jHMayall 1 29 $2*4 65
Louis E Booker, (Wl'y 44
feetof) I ll g"
jlary S Van Slyke 5 2 9i .0
AB in the City of St. Paul, connty of Baa-,
ov and Stato ofMinv*>ota.
UM4 GEOBGE EEIS, City Treasurer.
CITY NOTICE.
City Treasurer's Sale,
Office of tbb Cit. ]
St. Pai-l, Mum., Jan. 10, 1884. \
Bfots f given tint under aad by vir
tue- of a judgment entered on January 5, lsS4, iu
the L". . Ham
- .
i;.;ift^'
being in said city and cuunty, on ai
iv arrant f j.-
Sewer on Jefferson avenue, from
Port street to Clifton street,
In sir I Panl, the undersigned wfll on
. 1834, at tO o'clock in I

. offer for
auction as provided by luw, to the best I
• ■ , the To!',
wir:
.-
Blot ■ ; . -y's
ie.n.
Bnppo>sd owner at of
i. -. ■' ■:. '
L Wctraerac-i .1 Btinson.. 81 1 bid $16 22
on, Drow- '
Supposed owner a.ra't of
prion. Lot. V.l-.^'-i. 3
CStahlmaan 10 17
8am.- 11 17 228 07
Samo 80 17 Tl, (17
JasStinson M L.
Wm Dawson.... ' H 1.^00 70
ks 18 and 31
prion. Lot. Hlock. J:
....9 -■ 18
JOFlynn
Estateof JC Ffynn 4- 13 178 87
Stiiin
Bnpp • ' ■ sad A-n't of
i lo.-k. Jodg
Jas Btinson SO *!,<
'Brown's Subdivision of I
. as >y's addition.
Supposed owner and
description. L
PTKavanaugh 1 <■'
24 228 H7
E M Faircliild 25
Brown' ?nbdiviaionof W%of Bio
eon, Brown*Bamsey'eAd - .
Supposed owner and Am't of
de rription. Lot. Block. Jndgrn't.
J Mainser 22 8 $226 OV
All in the city of St. Paul, county of Ban
and Stat af Minnesota. QEOBQE
10-14 City TreuHuror.
CITY NOTICE.
City Treasurer's Sale.
Office of tuf. City Tbeasubxb, )
St. Paul, Mum., Jan. 10, 1881. '
Notice is hereby r^ivon that undor and bj
tae of a judgment entered on Jan. 5, 1884,
Ramsey county, State of Minnesota, again
hereinafter described real estate, situate, lying
and being in said city ami county, oni
ment warrant for
Grading Garfield Street from
Iaodrich Street to Ramsey
d city of St. Panl, tho 1 wil
unitary 25, 1884, at, 10 o'cl i
.on, at. the City Treasurer's
,f St. Paul, county of Bamsey, offer f";
t pablio auction as providedby law, t«»ti. •
>idder for caflh,thf following described real
aall's Subdivision of N E * of Lot 3,
osed owner and Are t of
descripti n - Ij0t- Jndgrn't
CDorman 4 $127 76
irisbi"o A MnUin's Subdivision of
t, Leech's Out Lots to St, Paul.
vet and Am't of
ion. Lot. Judnmn't.
>:irtSof Pleasant ave. 18 68 88
itd J BJaeoby 85 221 90
City of St. PanL County or ltuin
:e of Minnesota.
GEOttGE REIS, City Treasurer.
Y NOTICE.
Treasurer's Sale.
fice of tut. City Treasurer, >
it. Pacl, Minn., Jan. 10, 1884. J
hereby given that under and by vir
judgment entered on Jan. 5,
he District Court, Second Ju
ict, Ramsey county, State of
nst tho hereinafter described real ee
, lying and being in said city an
in assessment warrant for
; Wallace street from Ma
street to Earl street,
of St. Paul, the undersigned will <
1884, at 10 o'clock in the forenoo
Treasurer's office, in the city of H
ty of Bamsey, offer forsale at pu
is provided by law, to the best bid.l
e following described real estsi • I
jyinan Dayton's Addition.
rwner and Am't
tion. Block. Judgm
neon" (Kxcept
nbdivision of Block S3, Lyman Day
ton's Addition,
wner and Am't of
,n 8 **? i\
ubdivisioi of Bloc'c 89, Lyman Day
ton's Addition,
wner and Am't of
ition. Lot. Judgin t
ian 3 il>_ 27
Weed & Lawrence 0 4.-. 24
Gotzian's Subdivision oi Block 84, Lyman ray
ton's Addition.
Supposed ownor and Am't of
ascription. Lot. Judgm't
Adam tiotzian 8 #45 24
4 45 24
'..'.'. 13 89 15
Lymar. Dayton's Addition.
owner and Am't of
iption. Block. Jndgrn't
r'ck 88 W»07
on 87 6:,'J 07
86 659 07
tho city of St. Paul, county of Ramsey,
i of Minnesota
GEOKOIi: REIS, City Treasurer.
CITY NOTICE.
City Treasurer's Sale.
OrrtcE of i tBASi aru, I
-»4. j
y v»r
. 1884,
' briet C -rrict,
-
- . '.yiri;
CbG:%ie of Grade on Rico street,
from iiiuact street to Syca
more street,
. P
January
f St.
Paul, county of Ba i. .,

• ••rcH.-!.., the fallowing described
to-wit:
Fletcher's SnbJi*! :.uo.
Sapposed owner and Am'tof
iption. Lot. H!i ek. JndgmH.
John fjirai'i 2 a ill 10
3 1 17 M
Magoftin A Briv ition.
os ner and Am't of
description. Lot. L'lock. Jodgm't.
John Cunuiff (except Como
BTsnnsJ 6 1 $27 10
Grieoe'a Addition.
Supposed owner iu: t Am'tof
description I . Block, Ju
M -i i
Qn ' rin's ■ '■ •
Snpoosed owner ■ t*t of
>tio.. ' m*t.
I *S7 40
3/40
Supi- ind Am't of
dgut'C
B P Lewis 4 HI 65
tl 65
•^1 95
- "I 95
11 «5
1 l 11 05
rg 2
LswiB 2 11 65
I'. 65
On :
1*> , t. Ju I [m't.
7 1 *f!4 74
U 0 St. Germain B 1 M 74
.1 ;: Confer 28 1
, it 29 1 7 68
i. Bothmund B0 1 7 53
I iston H 14 74
;
Supposed owner and <H
warta i i ?•"»<*
AS Gaston 2 4 7 58
8 4
■ 4 4 7 58
gan'.. 5 4 7 53
B 4 758
I>raSOaston 38 « 7 58
■.... !...'.'.'.'..■•• •-"' 4 * r'3
j'..'.'.*.'.".".'.'.'.'.!'.'.!".'... 38 4 7 58
HO 4
Addition oi
nosedowner and V.a'; of
description. I*>t. Block. Ju<
Caroline Aner l 1 I U
Bsrgholts'
.
Supposed ov . tol
ptio • Lot. Block. Jndg'mt,
a 12 : 114 Jl
..'...'.'.'.'.'.. I 3 15 24
Bazille's Addition of acre lot'.
Sapposed owner f.:.i Ain'iol
description Lot. Judgm't
Mod*:. Zion Mcbri-w ('■■ I
Lewis's Addition.
Supposed owner and Am't of
' dsesnptisn Let. Block. Judgm't
j ! pel ier 8 1 111 65
H !' rwlee 1 3 11 65
• sAtov 9 :* 11 85
7 I U cr»
I i shiirkey 25 !( 11 85
[add - 17 4 11 88
Edward Nass 22 4 1165
Erick Larson ............ 4 4 1165
Pat H Spellmann 5 5 U 65
G A John* n, Jr 10 5 11 65
Hume 11 B 11 65
Same 18 5 1165
WmBCoveny 19 5 1165
Andrew Miller 2d 5 b.-U. 6 60
Carl Johanneeon H 5 1165
Hans Jansen 25 5 11 65
Autor. Johanson 26 5 11 65
(He Jonnerson *7 5 LI af
G A Johnson. Jr 3 6 1165
>ger 9 6 $7 00
James C-\olan 88 6 U 65
Gueria's Out Lots.
Supposed owner and
dotcH', tien Lot. J;:«!im't.
Prank ii Jdson 6 U7 40
8*me 7 87 40
Ioe H 37 40
ae 9 87 40
Cone !c Ryder's Ad ii
»posed owner and
description. '-:• JudgasH.
zaPCoue 5
ne 6 825 85
nes Btinson and H Greve, N W
{ of N' W X of Section 80,
;wn 29, Bangs 22 2,035 80
111 in the city ef St. Paul, county of ((ameer,
1 tila-M «f Minrmsetn. GEO. »:(■ IS,
14. ■ Dree, nr •-.
city notice:
ity Treasurer's Sale.
Omcx or tbb City • i
St. Pall, . . . : B j I. V
fotice i3 hereby k ind by
tue of a judjr-n'.
in the District court, at
Kamsey County, Stato of • ■> tho
hereinafter described reel seta ! vinK
nnd being in said city and cor -,Heae
ment warrant for
Sprinkling East "Kintli street
from B:'o :dway to TTeill street,
[n said city of St. Pau', tb* on-
.'. will on Janua'y 25, 18S4, at
ren-JSn, stthe I dv Treasur
er's office in the City of St. Paul, county of
Ramsey, offer for sale at public auction ae pro
vided by law, to the bast bidder for cash, the
foUowii g descrided real estate- to-wit:
Kittson's Addition.
3appo?svl owner and Am't of
I tion. Lot. Block. Jndgrn't
Booker W"y of. 5 12 46 Qi
try of St I
Ohn eh "> 1"- S3 58
p erae 6 II 8 4">
Saxno 7 11 6 45
Rame.... * U I' 22
H Austrian 2 • « 21
game 1 1J 10 97
All in the city of 8t. Paul, ceunty of Eaawey
aud state of Minnesota.
10-14 CIIOIIGE REIS, City Treasurer.
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