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THE COMMERCIAL RECORD.
w ii 1 i
..'lie ."it Opens Weak, Fluctuates a Little
and Closes a Shade Better Than
on Monday.
____——•
Corn and Oats Also Close at an Im
provement, but Provisions Re
main Dull.
Financial Operations in the Money
Centers— The General
Quotations.
Chicago, HI., June 12.— Wheat broke lc
(luring the first hour of trading this morning,
July being the weakest, selling down to
S3%c, December in the meantime going to
84% c, a shrinkage of %c. The market im
mediately rallied, however, and the recovery
amounted to %c before 10 a. m. Cables were
weak and outside speculative influences
were bearish. This, like yesterday, is a day
when statistics and nerve do not count. Corn
Bold down %c in sympathy with wheat, but
recovered quicker and ruled strong. Re
ceipts were 790 cars, 50 cars below esti
mates, and receivers learn that load
ings at country points are unques
tionably falling off. The local market is
heavily oversold, and reactions more or less
pronounced are looked for. July ranged
early at 51%®52%c Provisions were heavy
and lower. July pork sold down to $13.77%
the first hour, July lard to $8.55 and July
ribs to $7.60. There was more general busi
ness transacted in the wheat pit today than
for some time past. Telegraph boys were
kept busy, and faces of commission mer
chants were wearing a brighter lo >k. The
cheap prices now ruling are tempting the
outsiders to take hold. The public is not
grabbing wheat as it did when the price was
91 %c, but a better class of buyers are
aking hold. The pyramid builders are as
yet an absent quantity. It is not the kind
of a market for them. It is the patient,
slow-moving conservative merchant class of
people who are again getting under the mar
ket. It was said to-day that Beam and Kern
had covered their lines of short wheat, the
break during the morning started by Stauffer
having been engineered to let them 111 at the
cheapest possi; le figure. The general tone
of the market improved some during the last
hour of the long session, and even July
wheat crawled out of the slough
and obtruded itself into notice again.
Corn ruled strong at a gain of [email protected]%c from
the point of greatest oeprcssion reached yes
terday. The cause of this is the prevalent
belief, based on the very best evidence ob
tainable, that the movement of corn from the
country is likely to fall off sharply soon. The
farmers are entering upon a busy season
again, and their opportunities for hauling to
the railroads are fewer. Indeed, it is again
boldly claimed that the recent terrific spurt
has practically exhausted commercial re
serves. However this may be, receipts for
the next couple of months, beginning say
with the first of next week, are likely to run
light unless prices should get to an extra
ordinary height. The outward movements
of corn and oats by the lake route continue
active, vessel room being taken during the
past twenty-four hours foi 1,033,000 bushels,
or 229,000 of corn and 804,000 of oats.
Lake freights were steady to-day at 2c for
wheat, l%c for corn and l%c for oats. The
through rate to New York by lake and canal
is s'._c for corn and 4%c for oats.
THE ROUTINE KKPORT.
Chicago, June 12— Wheat to-day was un
settled and an easier feeling existed, with the
various deliveries gradually settling into
their natural position. A feature of the mar
ket was the selling of August at a premium
over July and December at a wider premium
than yesterday. A good business was trans
acted in a speculative way both 011 outside
and local account. The opening was about
the same to a shade easier than yesterday's
closing figures, but a tame feeling" set in, be
ing a continuation of the weakness yester
day, which developed into a rather "heavy
feeling. Fair realizing assisted the weak
ness, prices for July declined 1%, August
% and December %. At this decline, a better
demand developed which checked the de
clining tendency and prices took an upward
course, with the deferred futures showing
the most strength. July advanced ""to, August
1% and December 1%, ruled a little irregular
and closed for the morning ses
sion % cent lower for July
%c higher for August and %c higher for De
cember than the closing figures yesterday. In
the afternoon an advance of %@%c all
around was established. Receipts show no
special change in any quarter, but the ex
port clearances were larger and had a
strengthening effect. Corn was active and
in both the cash and speculative markets the
feeling developed was stronger. The market
opened about %c over the closing prices of
yesterday, due to the receipts being nearly
100 cars less than expected; was easy for
a time, declining %c influenced to a consid
erable extent by the easier feeling iv wheat.
Upon the decline an active demand sprung
up, several large houses buying freely, whicn
started local "shorts'* to covering, and in do
ing so prices were advanced 1 %c. reacted %c,
ruled irregular and closed for the morning
session [email protected]%c higher than yesterday. On
tbe afternoon board there was a further ad
vance of %(&,%c For oats at the open
ing there was a weaker feeling
in the speculative market and without any
well-defined cause, only that the market was
dull. June delivery sold down %c. and
other futures were %c lower early. There
■•as sebsequently a better market, influenced
no doubt, by an advance in corn, and a good
cash demand for oats. The latter caused
July delivery to sell %(jj%c higher and closed
at %c improvement, and for other deliveries
-he market became a shade above yesterday's
final prices. The provision trade was a little
weaker in its tone. Short ribs and lard were
held quite firmly, but in pork an early break
of [email protected]%c was suffered under the unload
ing of a moderate amount of long property.
Later, however, pork recovered a good share
of this depression, and at 1 o'clock was only
2%®5c under last night's closing, but. in the
afternoon, there was a further reduction of
2%(("J5c Short ribs closed unchanged. Lard
unchanged at 2%c lower. The day's gen
eral business failed to show any particular
increase, and made a poor showing.
THE QUOTATIONS.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
"Wheat No. 2 July opened lit 8 l%c, closing
at 84% c; August, 84% c, closing at 84% c;
September, 83% c, closing at 84% c; Decem
ber, 85% c, closing at 86% c Corn— 2
June opened at 51 %c, closing at 52% c; July,
52c, closing at 53c; August, 52% c, clos
ing at 53% c; September, 53% c, closing at
53% c Oats— No. 2 June opened at 32% c,
closing at 32% c; July, 32% c, closing at
S2%c; August, 28c, closing at 2S%c; Sep
tember, 27% c, closing at 27% c Pork. Mess,
Per Bbl— June closed at ."13.75 : July opened
at 813.95, closing at $13.85 ; August,
$14.02%. closing at $13.05 : September closed
at $14.05. Lard Per 100 Lbs— July opened
at $8.57%, closing at $8.57%: August,
$8.02%, closing at 58.02%: September,
$8.67%, closing at if 8.67% ; October, $8.62%,
closing at §8.67%. Short Ribs, Per 100 Lbs—
July opened at $7.60, closing at $7.60;
August, $7.70, closing at $7.67%;
September, 87.75, closing at $7.75.
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour-
Steady and featureless. Wheat— 2
soring, 83%® No. 2 red. 84% c Corn—
No. 2, 52% c. Oats— No. 2, 32c. Rye—
.No. 2, 58c Barley— No. 2, 65©67 c. Flax
Seed— No. 1, $1.30. Timothy Seed— Prime,
f2.10Q2.15. Mess Pork— bbl, $13.80.
Lard— Per 100 lbs. $8.50. Short Ribs sides
•(loose), $7.50. Dry salted shoulders (boxed),
86(^.6.25. Short clear sides (boxed), $B.lo®
8.15. Whisky— Distillers' finished goods,
per gal, $1.20. Sugars— loaf, 7%©8% c;
granulated, 6%c; standard "A," 6%c Re
ceipts— Flour. 10,000 bbls; wheat, 28,000
bu: corn, 472,000 bu; oats 298,000 bu;
rye. 6,000 bu; barley, 6,000 bu. Shipments
—Flour, 5,000 bbls; wheat, 10,000 bu;
Corn, 60,000 bu; oats, 67,000 bn; rye, 3,000
bu; barley, 4,000 bu. On the produce ex
change to-day the butter market was mod
erated active; creamery, [email protected]; dairy,
J3V_(i_;l7c. Eggs firm ; Northern, [email protected]%c
y R. M. NEWPORT & SON,
§_&&§ Investment Bankers.
152, Ik, 154 Drake Block. Loan Money
_ on Improved ¥&$ llstate Security,
JLt 6, C>. , 7, 7J4 and 8 per cent*
iCn -Shortest Notice for an? **a____anJ_-_
New York Produce.
"New York. June 12.— Flour—
81,600 packages; exports, 8,325 bbls, 29,
--£44 sacks ; dull and unchanged ; sales, 13-
-300 bbls. Receipts, 137,700 bu;
exports, 8196,057 bu; sales, 3,141,000 bu
futures, 29,000 bu spot; cash steady, al
though some grades were obtainable a shade
lower early ; trading very moderate; options
broke %®lc early on hammering at the
West, but soon strengthened aud advanced
%@'*'sC, closing firm. Speculation moderate,
mainly in December; No. 2 spring, 88% c;
No. 1 hard, 90%®91c; ungraded red, 91c;
No. 2 red, [email protected] in store, elevator
and f. o. b.,92*».(a93%c afloat and delivered;
No. 2 red, June, 91%®90%c, closing at
90% c; July. 90%®91%c, closing at 91% c;
August, 91%@92%c, closing at 92% c; Sep
tember, 91%®92%c, closing at 92% c:
December, 94*i4'-fc9s%c, closing at
95% c; May. 98%®99%c, Closing at 99% c
Receipts, 109,950.bu; exports, 12,428
bu; sales, 1,776,000 bu futures, 240,000 bu
spot; cash grades firm and active; export
Inquiry .moderate; options opened %@%c
lover* afterwards ruled stronger aa_l Rd*
■• ' --• "■ •. ■ ------ i
vanced [email protected]%c, closing steady; ungraded,
58®59c; steamer, 58c; No. 2, 58%©58% c;
elevator, 58*[email protected] delivered; No. -2
June, [email protected] closing at 59c; July, 5S%®
59% c, closing at 09% c; August, 59®
Uo%c," closing at 60%o; September, 59%®
60% c, closing at 6'.'%c; October", 59%®
Go%c, closing at 60% c; November, 59%®
59c%. closing at 59% c; December. 53% c
Receipts, 71,000 bu; exports, 1,047
bu; sales, 290,000 bu futures, 104,000 bu
spot; %@lc lower and fairly active: mixed
Western, [email protected]; white Western, 43®48c
Hay in light demand. Hops quiet, un
changed. Coffee— Spot; fair Rio nominal,
about 15% c; options opened 15 points
higher, closing heavy and lower; sales, 177,
--000 bags; June, 12.65® 1 2 70c; July, 11.05
®11.55 c; August, 10.45© 10. 55 c: September,
10.10®10.45c; October, 10.20 c; No
vember, 10. [email protected] 10.20 c; December, 9.90®
10.20 c; January, 10®10.20c; February,
10®10.15c; March, 10.05 c; April,
10. 10.25 c; May, 10.10 c Sugar
quiet, but Dlirm; fair refining quoted at
• 4 11-l6c: centrifugal, 96 test, 5%c; molasses
grades,[email protected]%c; refined quiet and unchanged.
THE DULUTH UNION NATIONAL BANK,
DULUTH, MINN.
U. S. Government Depository.
CAPITAL $800,000
L. Mendej-halu Pres. H. A. Ware, Cashier.
Duluth Grain.
Special to the Globe.
Dni'Tii, Minn., June 12. The market
opened weak at about %c off from yester
day's close, ruled very dull and was abso
lutely quiet during the last hour owing to the
entire absence of telegraphic communica
tion, as both Western Union and North
American telegraph lines were cut down
by the Cloquet Hood and log jam. July
wheat went off %c from the opening, but
later firmed up %c and slopped although.
Cash wheat No. 1 hard sold at 83c and later
at 83% c No. 1 northern nominally at 81c
June wheat did not sell. July opened at
S4%c declined to 83»ic, suddenly declined
%c and after a long pause at 83% c, sold up
to 83*>,ic, with the lost sale at 12 o'clock at
83% c August sold at 84% c followed by
considerable sales at 84 % c, and the last sales
at 11:45 at 84**fec, closing firm with buyers.
The afternoon board was dead.
MICHAEL DORAN & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ST.
PAUL, MINN.
Grain and provisions bought and sold for
cflsh or future delivery. Commission one
eighth. Orders for the purchase and sale of
stocks on any stock exchange in the country
promptly executed. • We have the only direct
private wire from St. Paul to Chicago and
New i'ot__
Milwaukee Produce.
Milwaukee, June Flour stagnant.
Wheat steadier; cash and July, 81% c; Au
gust, 82% c; September, 82»,ic " Com steady ;
No. 3, 49c Oats weak; No. 2, white, 35% c
Rye nominal. Barley dull ; No. 2. 62c Pro
visions steady; Pork, June. $14. Lard-
June, $8.50; July, $8.57%. Butter strong;
dairy, 13®14c Eggs steady: fresh, 13c '
Cneese quiet; Cheddars, 8%®11%c Receipts
—Flour, 12,00.) bbls: wheat, 27.000 bu: bar
ley, 2,000 bu. Shipments— Flour, 14,000
bbls; wheat, 6.000 bu.
BANK OF MINNESOTA,
Paid Up Capital $000,000;
Surplus $100,000.
Wm. Dawson, Pres. Eobt. A. Smith, V.
Prea. Wm. Dawson. Jr.. Cashier.
St. Louis Produce.
St. Louis. June 12.— Flour quiet and
unchanged. Wheat opened weak and de
clined, then rallied, closing firm, a little be
low yesterday's prices; No. 2 red. cash,
88c; June, 86®87%c, closing at 87%e;
July, 83%®84%c, closing at at 84% c;
August closed at 33%®84%c: December.
87%@88%c, closing at 88c Corn higher
and firm; cash. 47%®45c; June closing at
47% c: July closing at 47®47*"sc; August,
47%@48%c closing at 48*"ic; year, 37%®
38% c, closing at 38% c Oats steady; cash,
31% c; June, 31%c;July, 28c. Rye, noth
ing doing. Barley nominal. Bran. 62c
Afternoon Board— Wheat firm and active;
June, 87%e; July, 84% c; August, 84% c.
Com higher: July, 48% c; August, 49% c:
September, 49% c" Oats dull; June. 31**.c;
July, 28% c
E. R. BARDEN, '
GRAIN COMMISSION,
Wheat, Corn, Oats, Barley, Baled Hay,
14 Chamber of Commerce. St. Paul.
Toledo Grain.
Tom.no. June 12.— Wheat dull and lower;
cash and June, 89% c: July. SS-Sfec: August.
BS%c; December, !>l%c Corn active and
lower; cash, 52% c; August, 55c. Oats quiet;
cash, 35 % c Clover seed dull and easier;
cash, $4.30; October, $4.55. Receipts-
Wheat, 1,000 bu; corn, 5,000 bu; oats,
1.000 bu : clover seed. 20 bags. Shipments-
Wheat, 1,000 bn;corn. 18,000 bu.
GERMANIA BANK,
(state sank,)
PAID UP CAPITAL. - $400,000.
Surplus and undivided profits, $55,000.
Alex. Ramsey, William Bickel,
President Cashier.
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City, Mo., June 12. Wheat
steady; No. 2 soft, 82%; No. 2 red. July 74%
bid. 76 asked; August 74% bid, 76 asked.
Corn stronger; No. 2 cash. 46 asked; July,
46% bid, 46% asked; Angust, 40 bid, 47%
asked. Oats— No. 2, 29% asked.
VAN HOVKN & CO.,
Live Stock Commission Merchants, Room 3,
Exchange Bldg., SIOUX CITY, lowa. Refer
ence^Ed. Haakmson, Sec. Union Stock Yards
Co.; A. 8. Garretson, Cashier Sioux National
Bank; F. T. Evans. D. T. Hedges, Sioux City;
Albert Scheffer. Pres. Commercial National
Bank, St. PauL Minn.
Liverpool Grain.
Liverpool, June 12.— wheat flat; Cali
fornia No. 1, 6s Bd®6s 9d per cental; red
Western spring, 6s [email protected] Sd; red Western
winter, 6s 7d®6s Bd. The receipts for the
past three days were 143,000 centals, includ
ing 95.000 American. Corn weak and lower;
new mixed Western. 4s 8d per cental. The
receipts of American corn for the past three
days were 60,900 centals.
J. J. WATSON, BRO. & HYNDMAN,
96 East Fourth Street,
REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGE INVEST
MENTS.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY.
FINANCIAL.
New York.
New York, June 12.— Clearings, $103,
--531,71*4: balances. 55,049,002. Money on
call easy at 1(52 per cent; last loan, 2,
closed offered at 2. Prime mercantile paper,
[email protected]%. Sterling exchange dull but steady
at $4.86% for sixty-day bills, and $4. 88%
for demand. The stock market was again
very active to-day, with a feverish and weak
tone in the forenoon, but which was suc
ceeded by a rally later in the day which
brought prices up to and in most cases above
last blight's figures. The Grangers and
Gould stocks were once more the centers of
attention and in both there were wide and
violent fluctuations, while outside of the two
groups there was very little interest in the
market. The market opened very active and
decidedly weak, not to say demoralized, Lon
don and "the traders selling while the only
support seemed to come from the covering
operations of a few professionals. First
prices were from % to % per cent
lower than last evening's figures in
the gene/al list, while Manhattan opened
down over 4 points, with much excitement.
A great feature, however, was the heavy de
mand in the loan crowd, which was said to
be the largest for years, all the active stocks
loaning fiat, and one or two at a. premium.
Consolidated exchange opened at 76% c,
highest 77% c, lowest 76c closing at 77% c
Stock exchange opening at 76% c, highest
77c lowest 76% C closing at 77c Sales,
1,165.000 bbls. The dry goods market was
quiet in general demand". Agents have ad
vanced Nonpareil 36-inch bleached cottons
to lie. The total sales of stocks to-day were
338,847 shares, including:
Canada S 5.400 Northwestern.,l6,96o
Del.,L. & W. ... 8,706 North'n P. pfd. 4,600
Erie ....14,420 Beading 98,130
Lake Shore.... 17,750 Rich. & W. P. .13,060
Louisville N. 6.100 St Paul 54,364
Mannh'nCon.. 7,535 Union Pac 20,010
Mo. Pacific. 14, 655 1 Western U 13,350
R. M. NEWPORT & SON,
Investment Bankers,
152, 153 and 154 Drake Block, St. Pauh
Minn.
Boy and Sell Stocks Bonds and RealEstaU
Quotations of Stocks and Bonds.
New York, June 12.— Stocks and bonds
closed at the following prices bid :
U. 8. 4s reg 126%i Hocking Valley. 19
do 4s coup 127% Houston & Tex. 12%
do 4%s reg ...107 Illinois Central. 116%
do 4%s coup.. 107 lnd., B. & W.... 10 ■;
Pacific of "95.119 1 Kansas & Texas 11%
La. stamped 45.. 90 Lake Erie &W.. 13%
Missouri 6s 102 d0pfd........ 42%
Ten. new set 6s. 105 Lake Shore 80%
do do 55... . 98 Louisville & N.. 52%
do do 3s 70% Louis. __N.A... 34
Canada So. 2ds.. 91% Mem. & Chas... 5o
Cen. Pacific lsts.l 16 Michigan Cen... 76%
Den.& R.G. Mil., L. S. & W . . 58
do do 45.... 79 do pfd ... 82
1 D.&__.G.W.ls.s 71 iilpls. & St.L... 4% 1
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: WEDIsTESDAY MOENIKa, JUNE 13, IBSST
Erie 2d5.. ....... 94% d0pfd......: 9
M.K. &T. G.6s. 59 Missouri Pacific. 70%
do do 55.... 52 Mobile & Ohio.. 7
Mutual Union 6s 92% Nash & Chatt... 74
N. J. C. int. cert.lo6 N. j7 Central- .. 81%
N. Pacific 15t5.. 118% N. <5* W. pfcT:... 45%
do do 2d5... 106% Northern Pacific 22
N.W. consols... 141 d0pfd........ 50
do deb. 108 Northwestern... 104*,.
Or. & Trans. 65.. 97 dopfd .140
St.L.&I.M.G.Ss 80 N.Y. Central... 104%
St.L. & S.F. G.M.117% N. V., C. & St.L. 14
St. Paul consols.l 26 dopfd 62
St.P.,C.__ P. lsts.l2o Ohio & Miss IS**
T. P. L. G.T. R. 43 dopfd 80
Union Pac. lsts. 115% Ontario &W.... 14%
West Shore .103% Oregon 1mp..... 55%
Adams Express.l 37 Oregon Nay 92
Alton &T. H.... 37 Oregon Trausc'l 22%
do do pfd... 74 Pacific Mail 32%
Amer. Express.. 106 Peoria. D. & E.. 17%
8.,C.R.&N.... 20 Pittsburg 158
Canad'n Pacific 56% Pullman P. Car. 150%
Can. Southern.. 47% Beading 57%
Central Pacific. 29% Rock Island.... 104%
Ches. & 0hi0. . . . 1% St. Louis & S. F. 20",!.
do lstpfd.... 4% dopfd 64
do 2d pfd.... 3 do Ist pfd 109
Chic & A1t0n. ..133 St. Paul 62%
Chic, B. &Q.... 110% dopfd 100%
Chic, St. L. &P. 10 St. P., M. & M... 97%
do pfd 30% St. P.<& Omaha.. 34
Chi., S. & C 56% dopfd 101%
Cleveland & Col. 43 Term. C. & 1.... 26%
Del. & Hudson.. 108% Texas Pacific... 19
Del., Lack. & W. 127% T. & O. C. pfd... 40
Den. &R. G ... 15 Union Pacific. 53%
East Tennessee. 9% U. S. Express... 71
do Ist pfd.... 61% \V., St. L. & P... 13
do 2d pfd.... 22 dopfd 22%
Erie 23% Wells-Fargo Ex.1 35
do pfd 54 Western Union. 76
Fort Wayne 153% Am. Cotton Oil.. 33%
Fort Worth &D. 25% Colorado Coal.. 32
NATIONAL INVESTMENT COMPANY
HAS
M __*T ___. V TO LOAN",
On improved real estate at lowest current
rates. No delays.
Room 2S, German- American Bank.
Peter Bekket. President
C.G. Johnson. General Manager.
LOCAL MARKETS.
St. Paul.
The best qualities of wheat continued
steady at the quotations of the day before,
but No. 1 northern dropped off %c Buyers
were still holding off for lower prices, the
same as usual, but they did not succeed ex
cept as above stetcd. Corn was weaker, but
oats showed a slight improvement. Ground
feed was a little lower. Corn more steady.
Bran weaker. Hay not much changed.
Potatoes coming in more freely and weaker.
Eggs unchanged. The call.'
Wheat— No. 1 hard, 84 % c bid: No. 1 north
ern, 83c bid; No. 2 northern, 82c bid.
Corn— No. 2, 49c bid, 53c asked; June,
45c bid.
Oats— 2 mixed, 31c bid, 32 % c asked;
No. 1 white, 33c bid, 34% c asked; No. 2,
32c bid, 33% c asked: June. 32% c asked.
Ground Feed— No. 1. $19 bid. $20 asked.
Corn Meal— Unbolted, $20 asked.
Bran— Bulk, $0 bid, $10 asked.
Hay— No. 1, SI 1.60 asked: No. 1 upland
nrairie $10.50 bid, $12 asked; timothy,
-i.50 bid, $17 asked.
Flax seed— bid.
Potatoes — 45c bid.
Egg*— 12V_c bid, 13% c asked.
CLARK & -fc-T-E-TZ,
(Successors to S. F. Clark.)
104 East Fifth Street, St. Paul.
ftKXERAL coitiitiiSNioiv,
Wholesale Butter and Eggs, and shippers of
Fruits and Vegetables.
Produce Exchange.
Butter is coming in much more freely and
stocks are accumulating. The weather is
such that receivers seek to shove off goods as
quickly as possible. In order to do this they
are compelled to accept very low prices
rather than to hold it, as butter at this season
rapidly deteriorates into packing stock.
Cheese quiet. Potatoes are lower. Poultry
unchanged with little doing.
Butter— Extra, creamery, [email protected]; extra
daily, 13(gU5c; good to choice dairy, 11®
12c; roll and print, choice. B_j,9c; roll
and print, fair, [email protected]
Cheese— Young Americas and fancy, 12®
13c; full cream, lie; skim, 8c
Maple Sugar— !'®loc
Maple Syrup— gal, [email protected]
llonev — Slow at quotations; fine white new
clover, 20c; old, 13®14c; buckwheat, 10®
lie.
Malt— Boc perbu.
Wool— Unwashed, [email protected]; washed, 22®
24c
Cucumbers— per dozen.
Strawberries— for 24-quart
cases.
Cherries— s3 per case.
Spinach so®7sc per bu.
Asparagus lo®soc per dozen bunches.
Florida Turnips— sl.2s®l.so for large
fancy stock.
Badishes— per dozen.
Pineapples— sl. [email protected] per dozen.
California Cabbage— 2%®3c per pound.
Oranges— California Riverside, $6(7>!'.r>o;
California Navels, $6f*"',0. 50; Messina, $5.50
@6; Los Angeles. $3.75®4.
Lemons — Messinas, $5(55. 50.
Nuts— Pecans, Texas polished, medium
to large. 10® 13c per lb; almonds, Tarrago
nas. 18c; California soft-shelled, 18c; fil
berts, Sicily, 12c: walnuts, new Cali
fornia 16®18c; coeoanuts $6 per 100; hick
ory nuts, [email protected] per bu; shellbarks,
[email protected] per bu: Brazils. 12c; peanuts,
Virginia hand-picked. 7c, roasted 9c
Dates— Persians, 5® 6c; dates in mats, 5%c;
figs, 14©l8c: new, 18c
Bananas— per bunch, [email protected];
red. Sl.s(*@2, as to size.
Cider— Choice Michigan, 16-gallon kegs. $3
per keg; choice refined, 16-gal kegs. S3 per
keg; choice refined, 32-gal bbls. $5®5.50 per
bbl ; Ohio cider, $4 per half bbls, $7 for full
bbls.
Veal— sc for heavy, s®6c for light.
Pie Plant— sl.so for 50-lb boxes.
New Green Onions — 15®20c per doz. ;
sacks, $2.
Green Peas— [email protected] per bu; fancy
Quincy peas. $2.25 per bu.
String Beans— Green string beans, 52.50
for % bu: wax beans, $2.75®3 per bu.
Carrots [email protected] per dozen.
New 53. 50®3.75 per bbl.
Live Poultry— Hens, B®9e; hens and
roosters, 7® Bc; roosters, s®6c; turkeys,
loc
Onions — Bermuda, $2®2.25; Louisana,
[email protected] per bu.
Cauliflower — Fancy Quincy cauliflower,
$2.50 per doz.
SEVEN CORNERS BANK
Paid Up Capital, $100,000.
R. M. Newport, President.
W. B. Evans, Cashier
Michael Defiel, Vice President.
C. A. Hawks. Ass- Cashier
MINNEAPOLIS.
Chamber of Commerce.
Local trading was inactive from start to
finish. Receipts were 164 cars, and ship
ments 64. Sample tables were quite well
covered with milling wheat, but there was a
very light demand. Sellers were offering
No. 1 hard at 84c, without receiving any
bids. Corn, oats and all grains sympathized
in the stagnation. Farmers throughout the
southern portion of the state are marketing
rather freely of late. Following are the closing
quotations: No. 1 hard, in store, cash, 82% c;
June. 82% c: July, 83*40; August, 84% c; on
track, 84c; No. 1 Northern, cash, 83% c;
June, 81% c; July 82c; August, 83c; on
track, 82®S3c; No. 2 Northern, cash. 79c:
June, 70c: July, SOc; August, 81c; on
track. [email protected]
Sales included: 1 car No. 1 hard, f. o. b..
84% c; 6 cars No. 1 hard, delivered, 84c ; 30
cars No. 1 hard, to arrive, delivered, 84c; 4
care No. 1 northern, delivered, 82% c: 1 car
"So. 1 northern, delivered, 62c ; 1 car No. 1
northern, delivered, 81% c; 1 car No. 1 north
ern, delivered, 83c; 11 cars No. 1 northern,
80% c; 2 cars No. 1 northern, 81% c; 9 cars
No. 1 northern, 82% c; 1 car No. 1 northern,
83c : 1 car No. 1 northern, S2c ; 1 car No. 1
northern, o. w. b., S3c; 1 car No. 2 northern,
delivered. SOc: 1 car No. 2 northern, with
transit, delivered, 80c: 9 cars ISO. 2 northern.
80% c; 1 car No. 2 northern, Sic; 2 cars N0.2
northern. 80c; 2 cars No. 2 northern, 79c;
2 cars rejected, 71c; 1 car rejected, SOc; 1
car rejected, 75c; 1 car sample, 76c: 1 car
no grade, 75c; 1 car, no grade, 72c: 3 cars
choice hay. $11; 2 cars No. 2 oats; 31c; 1
Cir No. 3 white oats, 31% c; l car No. 3 oats
31% c; 1 car No. 3 white oats. 32c; 1 car no
grade corn, 47c; 1 car bran, $*.50.
fgFlour — There was a moderate demand for
patents to go to the Atlantic coast, but
mostly for small lots. Large lots would be
taken with concessions that would be accept
ed by buyers. The old cheap lots are now
getting out of the way, and as buyers have
not replenished to any great extent, they are
in shape to lay away pretty large quantities
if they could buy cheaply enough. The
middle suites are absorbing considerable just
now, and some local millers have disposed of
most of their production in that direction.
The foreign markets will take away the bakers'
at about 22s and with very low freights, sales
that way are to Quite an extent. Patents,
sacks to local dealers. $1.70; patents to ship,
sacks, car lots. $4.3U®4.50 ; in barrels, $4.70
(§,4.00; delivered at New England points,
$5. 355,5.60; New York points, [email protected]:
delivered at Philadelphia and Baltimore,
?5.20®5.40: bakers',' here, [email protected]; su
perfine. $2©3 ; red dog, sack, $1.50®1.60;
red dog, bbls, $1.65®1.75; rye flour, pure,
cwt, $1.70.
Bran and Shorts— demand was not
very active for bran in bulk, and some nice
flaky stock was held over because buyers
would uot take it out at $9. Bulk quoted at
$8®9.50 and shorts $I®2 above bran.
Corn— corn market was very dull, and
track stocks offered too liberally to be taken
off, excepting to go iv store, and much of it
is unsafe for that; nominal at [email protected] o. t.
Oats— were weak, with more offered
than required for present wants, at 31®33c
o. t.
Feed— Mixed feed selling slowly at $20.5 0
®2i.
Hay— Fair demand for good wild at $10®
1, but hot and damaged lots plentiful at $5
@8.
STATE grain inspection.
- The following table shows the state in-
Bpection of wheat at Minneapolis for the past
twenty-four hours - - " "- ".'-_.■
--**»*-f*T****<**»***'" i ■ i - *. — * .<rii ii"---! i i" '
■:"" "*" ' f *_-! North'n *-*• . til iz*
p _______ O £_ o
H «1 « 09 ' 8 O:
Railroads. m P P : *? 3
*» m «o : c - §■
p. . : ; : :
M.&M.Breck. div. 6 14 1 .'.."*. 2 3
M. &M.F. F. div. 55 15 1 ...
CM. & St. Paul.... 2 10 ... 9....
Min'eap'lis & St. L .... 14... 2 2
Northern Pacific. 5 56 4 2
C, St. P., M. & 0 7 23.... 5....
Total grades... 66 95 43 ... 18 7
Total cars 231
Other Grains— No. 3 corn, 5 cars; no grade
corn, 7 cars; No. 2 oats, 4 cars; No. 3 oats,
13 cars.
Inspected Out— Wheat— No. 1 hard. 22
cars; No. 1 northern, 4 cars; No. 2 north
ern, 14 cars; rejected, 1 ear.
RECEIPTS and SHIPMENTS.
Receipts— 93,480 bu; corn, I,B*lo
bu; oats, 6,300 bu; flour. 250 bbls: millstuff,
44 tons: hay, 90 tons; fruit, 133,370 lbs;
merchandise. 1,159,536 lbs; lumber. 21
cars; posts and piling, car; barrel stock,
4 cars; machinery, 188,000 lbs; coal, 553
tons; wood, 82 cords; brick. 42,000; lime.
1 car; cement. 200 barrels; house. goods,
4,700 lbs; stone, 3 cars; live stock, 3 cars;
dressed meats, 42,000 lbs; hides, 51,000
lbs; railroad material, 2 cars; sundries, 36
cars. Total. 432 cars.
Shipments— 36,480 bu; flour, 13,
--031 bbls; millstuff, 469 tons; hay, 10 tons;
merchandise, 1,104,590 lbs; lumber, 72
cars; machinery, 113,000 lbs; lime, lear;
house goods, 20,000 lbs; stone, 11 cars;,
hides, 20,000 lbs; railroad material, 24 cars;
sundries, 14 cars. Total, 447 cars.
"LIVE STOCK.
Minnesota Transfer.
The market at Minnesota Transfer yester
day was active. The arrivals consisted of 6
cars of cattle, 8 cars of hogs and 6 cars of
sheep. There was a brisk demand for all
kinds of stock, many buyers being yet un
satisfied. Cattle especially are selling freely.
Sales were:
Cattle-
No. Ay. Wt. Price
18 steers 1,241 $4 25
18 steers 1,192 400
IScattle 1,(66 350
O'cattle 1,000 3 50
l3cows 004 3 25
cows 950 3 00
6 cows 1,033 3 00
3 cows.. 941 3 05
2cows 1.110 3 25
flcow 1,075 3 50
cow 800 3 25
Twenty cows and calves for 830 each; one
cow sold for £35.
Sheep-
No. Ay. Wt. Price No. Ay. Wt.' Price
63........ 61 $3 75 65 70 $2 75
64 86 3 110 107 3 75
28 80 2 50 55 lambs 50 5 50
61 66 2 75
Twenty-two hundred head Western sheep
sold on private terms.
Hogs-
No. Ay. Wt. Price No. Ay. Wt. Price
71 281 $5 55 28 266 $5 50
42 219 5 55 44 179 5 35
65 224 5 45 39 266
43 225' 54020 337 ....
67 223 5 75
ST. PAUL UNION STOCKYARDS CO.,
SOUTH ST. •PA.XJXi.
The Yards and Packing Houses Open for
Business.
Ready Cash Iflarkct for Hogs*
St. Paul Union Stock Yards.
Receipts— 42 cars hogs— 35 cattle;
13 cars sheep— Soles:
Hogs-
No. Av.Wt. Price. No. Ay. Wt. Price
56 293 *55 4070 225 $5 40
53 310 5&553 242 5 35
76 240 5 4568 297 5 5(1
58 252 5 4068 239 5 40
46 298 5 45 20 199 5 20
59 239 5 30137 210 5 20
67 229 5 3568 251 5 45
21 255 5 4055 254 5 40
43 152 5 15166 233 5 40
62 240 54073 242 5 42V2
60 229 5 3082 225 5 35
68 237 5 4068 216 5 40
62.... 238 5 35 71 253 5 40
53 276 5 45 69 209 5 32*4
63 263 5 4067 240 5 35
72 193 5 30 48. ...... .260 5 40
71 193 5 30 57 219 5 40
73 193 5 3068 246 5 45
79 193 5 3060 258 5 40
78 193 5 30 61 263 5 45
26 312 55064 274 5 50
62 245 5 40
Cattle- -.
No. Ay. Wt. Price.l No. Ay. Wt. Price.
5 962 $2 756 1,010 $4 (O
4 1,057 400 1 660 325
2 1.125 325 1 1,730 250
2 1,035 375 1 -. 940 310
5 1,000 325 1,195 405
Chicago.
CnicAoo, June 12. — Cattle— Receipts,
6,000; shipments, 2,500; market strong and
15<a20c higher; inferior to choice. "*>[email protected],
6.25; cows and mixed, $1.75<*"_>3.50: stockers
and feeders, [email protected]; Texaus, 52.20®.
4.60. Hogs— Receipts, 15,000; shipments,
7,000; market [email protected] higher early, but
closed weak with most of the advance lost;
mixed, 50. 5.65; heavy, $5.55(3)5.75;
light. [email protected]; pigs and culls, Slrgi4.3o.
Sheep— Keceipts, -4,000; shipments, 1,000;
. market steady; muttons, [email protected]; Texans,
[email protected]: Oregon feeders, «[email protected];
Western muttons, $1.20; lambs, per head,
[email protected]
Kansas City.
Kansas City, Mo., June 12.— Cattle—
ceipts, 4,600; shipments, 1,100: corn and
grasser steers weak and 1 Of/"} 20c lower; cood
good to choice coin-fed, $4.50rg 4.80; com
mon to medium, [email protected] ; stockers, [email protected]
2.90; feeders, [email protected]; cows. [email protected]&50.
Hogs— Receipts, 12,000; shiarments, 1.200:
market weak but not lower, except of very
common: good to choice, 55.35t§5.45 ; com
mon to medium, $5.10*35.25; skipsandpigs,
[email protected] Receipts, 490; shipments,
none; market quel; good to choice, §3.75(g
4.25; common to medium. [email protected]
WALKER & CO.,
Members New York Stock Exchange and Chi
cago Board of Trade.
Offices: New York, 44 Broadway; St Paul,
1 Gilfillan Block; Chicago, 6 Pacific Ay.
STOCK, GRAIN. PROVISION, COTTON AND
OIL BROKERS.
Direct wires from our office ln St Paul, No.
1 Gilfillan Block, to New York Stock Ex
change and Chicago Board of Trade.
Boston "Wool.
Boston, June 12.— W00l in moderate de
mand ; Ohio and Pennsylvania extra fleeces,
28c; XX andXXXandabove,2S*,_-<g3oc; "Mich
igan extra. [email protected]; unwashed wools,
scoured, [email protected]; super pulled, [email protected]:
extra do, 25fg2Sc. Other articles unchanged.
Cincinnati "Whisky.
Cincinnati, June 12. — Whisky quiet: sales.
630 bbls finished goods on basis of 81.14.
QPENCERIAN
Are the Best,
IN THE ESSENTIA.. QUALITIES OF
Durability, Evenness of
Point, and Wor__manship.
Samples for trial of 1 2 different styles by mail, on
receipt of lOcentainstamps. Ah for card JSo.B
IVISOH,BUKEMAN&CO., ' S^°-».,'£'*-
CONTRACT WOM.
Grading Alley in Block 1, Smith's
Addition.
Office Board of Public Works, )
City of St. Paul, Minn., J une 11,1838. j
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the city of St. Paul, Min
nesota, at their office in said city, until
12 in. on the 25th day of June, A. 1). 1888,
for grading the alley in block one (1),
Smith's addition to St. Paul, between
Western avenue and Richmond street,
in said city, according to plans and
specifications on tile in the office of said
Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties
in a sum of at least twenty (20) per cent
of the gross amount bid must accom
pany each bid.
The said Board reserves the right, to
reject any or all bids.
R. L. GORMAN, President.
Official: W. F. Erwin,
165-175 Clerk Board of Public Works.
Af^npColumns of "Want" ads. in the Globe
mvi Cthan in any other pa par. I
___ ___ ______
Confirmation of Assessment for Paving Selby Avenue?*
> - Office or the Board of Public "Works, )
City of St. PA.UL.Minn., June 8, 1888. j
The assessment of benefits, costs and expenses arising from paving Selby
avenue, from St. Albans street to Summit avenue, with cedar blocks and curbing
with granite, together with the necessary sewer connections, in the city
of St.Paul, Minnesota, having been completed by the Board of Public Works
in and for said city, said Board will meet at their office in said city, at 2p. m.
on the 25th day of June, A. D. 1888, to hear objections (if any) to said assessment,
at which time and place, unless sufficient cause is shown to the contrary, said
assessment will be confirmed by said Board.
I ' The following is a list of the supposed owners' names, a description of the
property benefited, and the amounts assessed against the same, to-wit:
[Supposed owner and Paving and Sewer con- Total
I. -description. '.. , .c curbing, nections. benefits
Mary A Kittson. Easterly 202)4 feet of Selby block,
|in Dayton & Irvine's addition to St. Paul $1,120 25 $0 00 81,120 25
Minnie De Graff. Westerly 60 feet of Ely 352)4 ft of
{ Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's addition to St
Paul $230 00 «30 00 $260 00
M I. Griswold. Westerly 60 feet of Ely 412}£ ft of
i Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's addition to St.
| Paul $230 00 $0 00 $230 00
Robert S Rantoul, Trustee. Westerly 60 feet of Ely
; 472>£ ft of Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's addi-
I tion to St. Pau1...... $230 00 $0 00 $230 00
A X Fahnestock. Westerly 55 feet of Ely 521% ft of
i Selby block, in Dayton ii. Irvine's addition to St.
I Paul $21100 $30 00 $24100
Cath V Knight. Westerly 55 feet of Ely 582& ft of
Selby block in Dayton's & Irvine's addition to
St.Paul $21100. $0 00 $21100
Martha M Bunker. Westerly 50 ft of Sly 83 ft of
Ely 632K ft of Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's
addition to St. Paul $19150 $0 00 $19150
CII Robinson. Westerly 50 ft of Ely 6S2)£ ft of
Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's addition to St.
Paul $19150 $30 00 $22150
C S Day. Westerly 150K feet of Ely 833 ft of Selby
block, in Dayton & Irvine's addition to St. Paul.. . $574 50 $60 00 $034 50
D A Monfort. Westerly my feet of Ely 892>£ ft of
Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's addition to St.
Paul , $228 00 $30 00 $258 00
GW. Moore. Westerly 127y feet of Ely 1,020 ft of
Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's addition to St.
Paul $4SB 50 $00 00 $548 50
Hezekiah Hall. Westerly 80 feet of Ely 1,100 ft of
Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's Addition to St.
Paul $30650 $60 00 $306 50
Charles Michaud. Easterly 94 feet of W'ly 140 ft of
Sly 110 ft of Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's
addition to St. Paul $360 00 $60 00 $420 00
Hannah Burke. Westerly 40 feet of Sly 110 ft
of Selby block, in Dayton & Irvine's addition to St.
Paul $176 25 $30 00 $206 25
Dayton & Irvine's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Paving and Sewer con- Total
description. Lot. Block, curbing, nections. benefits.
RM Newport 26, 27&28 71 $81100 $0 00 $81100
MA Kittson 1 71 478 75 30 00 508 75
Same 2 71 252 75 30 00 282 75
Henry Ritzke, Ely 52 ft Of 3 71 199 25 30 00 229 25
Fred J Riley, W'ly 14 ft of 3 71 53 00 0 00 .WOO
Same, Ely 20 ft of 4 71 99 50 0 00 99 50
M Houlihan, W'ly 40 ft Of 4 71 153 00 30 00 183 00
RufusJßeid 5 71 230 00 0 00 230 00
E E Witt, Ely yof (Except W'ly 20 ft) 6 71 291 75 000 291 75
F A Carle. W'ly 20 ft of Ely y of 6 71 76 50 0 00 76 50
Margaret Knebel, W'ly yof 6 71 37150 000 37150
G Dressel 1 77 574 50 0 00 574 50
Annie L Hendrickson 12 77 574 50 0 00 574 50
CJTimmerman 1 76 543 75 60 00 603 75
Edward II Cutler 12 76 543 75 30 00 573 75
F-A Shepard 8 79 272 00 0 00 272 00'
Same (except W'lv 4 ft) 7 79 256 50 000 256 50
Eliz P Grant, W'ly 4 ft of 7 79 15 25 0 00 15 25
Same 6 79 272 00 0 00 272 00
Sam'l McConnell 5 79 272 00 30 00 302 00
Albert Senkler 8 78 27100 000 27100
Same 7 78 27100 000 27100
: A M Radclitt'e 6 78 27100 30 00 30100
MAStrahlein 5 78 27100 30 00 30100
FALarkin 1 75 510 00 60 00 600 00
PVDwyer 12 75 540 00 000 540 00
Kern's Addition to St. Paul.
I ' \j
Supposed owner and - Paving and Sewer con- Total
i description. Lot. Block, curbing, nections. benefits
Lovering and Backus (except N'ly 16 ft). . .30 2 $153 00 $0 00 $153 00
Same and same (except N'ly 16 ft) 29 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
Same and same (except N'ly 16 ft) 28 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
J L Loverine 27 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
-RiifusJßeed 26 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
Lucinda L Bigford 25 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
Mary Preston.... 24 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
W Weisenger 23 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
5ame......... .*.. ..*,".. ..22 2 153 00 000 1.% 00
John E Haycock. ...........21 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
James Linden 20 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
Hattie E Smith 19 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
J A and W M Stees 18 2 153 00 30 00 183 CO
Patrick II Ahem 17 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
Win Mallory 16 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
Selby, McClung & Van Meter's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Paving and Sewer con- Total
description. Lot. Block. Curbing, nections. benefits
Louis and Eliz Riggs 30 2 $153 00 $0 00 $153 00
M A Hastie 29 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
CFF Abbott 28 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
John H Donahue 27 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
John McDonald 26 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
TC Vaughn 25 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
EWMcKey 24 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
Same 23 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
Louis DPetre 22 2 153 00 60 00 213 00
Same 21 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
John Johnson 20 2 153 00 0 00 153 00
John A Tierney ......19 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
Thos Slater 18 2 153 00 30 00 183 00
Bisbee&Frost 17 2 153 00 80 00 183 00
Sameandsame 16 2 182 50 30 00 212 50
Cochran's Subdivision of Block 11, Woodland Park Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Paving and Sewer con- Total
description. Lot. curbing, nections. benefits
Frank Blair 1 $644 50 $0 00 $644 50
Sam'l T Bennett 20 19150 0 00 19150
KP Cullen 19 19150 0 00 19150
Jos D Simonton 18 19150 000 19150
Same 17 19150 0 00 19150
Charles Hoffman 16 19150 0 00 19150
JGDonnellv 15 19150 0 00 19150
Woodland Park Baptist Church .14 191 50 30 00 221 50
JWBishop 13 249 50 30 00 279 50
Woodland Park Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and ** Paving and Sewer con- Total
description. Lot. Block, curbing, nections. benefits
JJMcCardy. 1 10 $208 25 $0 00 $208 25
SBSelby 2 10 19150 30 00 22150
Same 3 10 19150 30 00 22150
Julia F Hodgkins, Ely y of 4 10 95 75 0 00 95 75
E R Bennett, W'ly y of 4 10 95 75 0 00 95 75
AElEvans .' 5 *10 19150 30 00 22150
AEI Evans 6 10 19150 30 00 22150
D S Johnstone 7 10 19150 30 00 22150
Same 8 10 19150 30 00 22150
Thomas Slater 9 10 19150 30 00 22150
John II Bryant 10 10 19150 0 00 19150
Same 11 10 19150 30 00 22150
City of St, Paul 12 10 208 25 000 208 25
JWBishop 1 5 234 75 30 00 204 75
Same*. 2 5 19150 30 00 22150
Same 3 5 19150 60 00 25150
Henrietta Diver 4 5 19150 0 00 19150
Minnie D Berkey 5 5 19150 30 00 22150
Same 6 5 19150 30 00 221
Maria McCloud 7 5 19150 0 00 19150
Sam'l J Sloan.. 8 5 19150 30 00 22150
Florence Semple, N'ly 92 ft of 9 5 19150 000 191 50
Same, N'ly 92 ft of 10 5 19150 0 00 19150
Same, N'ly 92 ft of 11 5 234 75 30 00 264 75
JWBishop 1 4 617 75 90 00 707 75
E J Hodgson 17 4 19150 30 00 22150
Same .....16 4 19150 30 00 22150
James Mitchell 15 4 19150 30 00 22150
R J and A F Reed 14 4 19150 0 00 19150
HW-Jackson 13 4 19150 30 00 22150
Alice Forbes 12 4 19150 0 00 19150
Jennie R McAfee......... 11 4 19150 0 00 19150
Same 10 4 234 75 0 00 234 75
RufusJßeid 22 3 272 00 0 00 272 00
Johrißuse 21 3 19150 0 00 19150
CKDavis... 20 3 19150 30 00 22150
Hattie A Baker 19 3 19150 30 00 22150
ALLarpenteur 18 3 19150 000 191 50
RJDavis 17 3 19150 0 00 19150
NR Frost 16 3 191 50 0 00 19150
Margaret Franklin ...15 3 19150 0 00 19150
Joseph W Heninger 14 3 19150 80 00 22150
Emma L Rouleau ...13 3 19150 30 00 22150
Mary E Wallich ...12 3 272 00 0 00 272 00
J B Bressette, N'ly 92 % ft of 1 6 272 00 0 00 272 00
MaryMMcNamee .2 6 19150 0 00 19150
Same 3 6 19150 30 00 22150
Thos W Sheehv .4. 6 19150 0 00 19150
Geo S Heron 5 6 19150 30 00 22150
John J Russell 6 6 19150 0 00 19150
Sarah Ha 11... 7 6 19150 0 00 19150
Jackson 8 6 19150 30 00 22150
St Paul City Railroad Co .....9 6 19150 000 19150
Same... .......10 6 19150 0 00 19150
Wm F Moritz, N'ly %of ***4V 6 272 00 000 272 00
Holcombe's Addition to St. Paul.
Supposed owner and Paving and Sewer con- Total
description. Lot. Block, curbing, nections. benefits
Wm Moritz.. 18 4 $153 00 $0 00 $153 00
Same, E'lv 10 ft 0f... '... 17 4 38 50 000 ■- 38 50
Ryan & Haas, W'ly 30 ft of ........17 4 115 25 30 00 145 25
Sameandsame.. .....16 4 153 00 30 00 183 00
Sameandsame....... 15 4 153 00 30 00 183 00
Sameandsame 14 4 153 00 30 00 183 00
Sameandsame ....13. 4 ,15300. 30 00 183 00
5ameand5ame....................... 12 . .4 153 00 30 00 183 00
i Same and 5ame.... ........................ 11 4 76 75 SO 00 10875 1
•+._.■ . !' - . .. — — ...-.» ■___. Bt— M— » •
-* ''-_. ***- j'^i Polcombe's Addition to St. Pan!. ''■
Supposed owner and _ Paving and Sewer con- Total
trof-r^ C Ptl ? n '>T„ _«*_ , Lot. Block, curbing, nections. Benefits?
Kate M Bundy, N'ly 40 ft of 1&2 5 806 00 30 00 836 00-
Same, N'ly 40 ft of Ely 10 ft of 3 5 38 50 000 38 ££
Gertrude E. Smith W'ly 30 feet of .3. 5 ' 115 25 30 00 145 25
w- - am R. Sh 5 1, 1 , -V*-- ;.. * 5 153 * 300 <> 183 Oft
William M, ?iud_ A. R. 8u5hne11........ 5 5 153 00 30 00 183 00
George H. Hurd 6 5 153 00 -80 00 183 00
Harriet J. Hadley 7 5 153 00 30 00 183 00
George S. Wiseman .8 5 153 00 000 153 00
Adeline Leith 9 5 153 00 60 00 213 00
W.I). Cornish..... 10 5 15300 30 00 183 00
William R. Shankle 11 5 153 00 30 00 183 00
M. E. Wallich 12 5 153 00 30 00 183 0Q
Susan and Nancy McClung 13 5 153 00 30 CO 183 0(1
Clara Davidson 14 5 ' 153 00 30 00 183 00
Stephanie Michaud 15 5 153 00 000 , 153 00
Supposed owner and Paving and Sewer con- Total
description. curbing, nections benefits
A Yoerg. Lot 10, block 4, (except westerly 90 feet)
Holcomb's addition to St. Paul, and lot 20 (except
W'ly 240 ft), JVloss' addition of Out Lots to St.
Paul ?2SO 00 100 CO 1320 Cff
Margareth Grimshaw. Easterly 40 feet of W'ly 93 ft
of lot 10,block4.Holcomhe's addition to St. Paul.and
Ely 40 ft of W'ly 240 ft of It 20, Moss' addition of
Out Lots to St. Paul ?153 00 530 00 5183 Off
A Yoerg. Westerly 50 feet of lot 10 and lot 9 (except
W'ly 80 ft), block 4, Holcombe's addition to St.
Paul, and Ely 120 ft of W'lv 200 ft of lot 20, Moss'
addition of Out Lots to St. Paul 5459 00 590 00 5349 OC
John Mitchell. Westerly 80 feet of lot 9, block 4,
Holcombe's addition to St. Paul, and W'ly 80 ft of
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Ticket Offices— Paul, corner Third and
Robert sts. ; Chicago, corner Canal and Ad
ams sts.: St. Louis, 112 North Fourth st.
Leave. Arrive.
Chicago, St. Louis and
Peoria, daily, 7:30 p.m. 7:55 a.m.
Chicago and St. Louis,
Ex. Sunday 7:30 a. m. C :30 p. m.
Suburban trains leave union depot, St.
Paul, for Dayton's bluff, Oakland. Highwood,
Newport and St. Paul Park, at +6:25. *7:55,
and *10:30 a. m.; *2, *5:10 and +4:40 p. in.
Returning, arrive, +7 :25, *8 :55 a. m. ; *12:50,
*4:30. *6:15 and +7:50 p. m.
♦Daily. +Except Sunday.
MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
Lv.St.Paul ArS;.P.ui
Chi. & Dcs Moines Ex. *8 :45 a m *7 :25 pra
St.Louis _ Kan City Ex ♦8:45 am *7 :25
Watertown _ Pac. Div.
Ex *7:soa'm *f>:3sDn_
Mankato Express ♦3:50 pm *ll:3.">an_
St. Louis 'Through' Ex +6 :25 pm +0 am
Dcs Moines & Kansas
City Express. d«:2sp m d7 :soam
Chicago "Fast" Ex.... do:2>pm d7 :soam
d, Daily. ♦, ex. Sundays, t. ex. Saturday.
ex. Monday, s, Sunday only.
Ticket office, St PauL corner Third and
Sioley streets, and depot, Broadway, foot of
Fourth street. '
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.**. - CHICAGO, ST. PAUL,
MINNEAPOLIS & OMAHA RY.
-XH-E. BEST _G.QXJI-P_P.I-_I-> I>l_X_E_>
. .'-.'-'^tr. To _______ Omaha and Kansas City. ..
leave. ... -_a_tV-s'i , _B_-e«.i»r < x*-_~FL-£__xz<rsi. ' f arrive. "
_*i_n"ij.'__. Bt. Panl. ■ Dally. t Ex. Sunday. _ St. P.-.. i Muic-ap'ls.
J 6 65AM ~~ 45 AM Eau Claire, Merrillan and Green 8ay™......... ~ 7""lOPM t 8 OOP**.
•220 PM 300 PM _ Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls and Elroy „.. 160PM*2 30 PM
14 30 PM 535 PM Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls 10 25AM flO 63 AM
910 AM 945 AM -New Richmond, Superior and Duluth... 605 PM 646 PM
•900 PM 940 PM New Richmond, Superior and Duluth- 655AM*7 35 AM
t9lO AM 943 AM ...-.Ashland, Washburn, Bayfield and Watersmeet.-... 605PMt6 45 PM
*900 PM 9 40PM.. Ashland, Washburn, Bayfield and Escanaba 635AM*7 35 AM
■*220 PM 800 PM ..Chicago, Madison and Janesville— Fast Day Express.. 160PM*2 30 PM
*660 PM 730 PM .Chicago Fast Ye.stibuled Express 7SO AMI* 803 AM
•6 50 PM 730 PM ....Madison, Waukesha and Milwaukee— Line.... 730 AMI* 803 AM
LEAVE. I -W*_3Sl , _E_-«.T<sr TH.AINB. A^RIV-fi ' .
_Bt. Pail, j Minneap'ls. | ■ *___ - tKx. Sunday. Kinaaap'ls. i St. Paal. ■
t7 60 AMI 825 AM | ....Stove City, Sioux Falls, Mitchell and Yankton.... 630PMjt 703 PM*
•600 PM 640PM ■ .....Fast Lino, Sioux City, Omaha and Kansas City -... 865AM*9 30 AM
t750 AM 825 AM .........-.■■Mankato, Lake Crystal and Elmore 630PMt7 08 PM
•600 PM 640 PM Mankato, Tracy and Pierre 855 AM 980 AM
i Chicago Fail Day Kxpress arrives Chicago at 7 next morning. Chicago Teitibuled Kxpress arrive! Chicago at
•.SO next morning. : Through Sleeper to Milwaukee on Veitibulod Cxprcss arrives there at 1.40 next morning.
Sleeping Can and Dining Cars, the finest in the world, en these Chicago Train*.
Through Pullman Sleepers on Kansas City Past Line to Council Bluff.. Omaha and Kansas City. Also Pull-Ban
Sleepers ou Might Trains between St. Paal and Duluth, Ashland and Tracy.
- TICKET . St. Panl, 159 East Third Street and Vaioa Depot, foot Sibley Street.
. OFFICES: ' Hinurap.llt | 3 Kleailet -lease Bioak aad Colon Depot, Bridge Square.
I T.W.TB_SD_LK, ' C.H. POTSIH, W. B. WH.VILT.i_,
I Oaa'l PMMacv Agent. City Tic-el Agent, St. Paul. Civ* Ticket Agt., _Uui.-ap_-U. '
a a st:paul «
||i|l MINNEAPOLIS J!
MANITOBA
MINNEAPOLIS T
ANITOBA
EWH RAILWAY. B^&
Through Trains to PrlnclpalPolnt*.
in Central and Northern Minne
sota, Dakota, Montana, Manitoba
and British Columbia.
Leave Arrive
- St. Paul. St. Paul.
Morris and Wahpeton 8:l0 a m 1^6:55 rim
Aberdeen and Ellen- ** t, *° 5 *•"
dale Express _, 8:10 am 6:55 -.™
St. Cloud, Fargo and b.50 pm
Grand | , "-. . ks Ar"i* a 8 a m a6:4spru
Osseo and St. Cloud. a 2:30 p m all -55 am
Excelsior and Dutch- a.j..0-. a ra
. bison a 4p m -47 a m
Anoka, St. Cloud aud v w, *' a m
Willmar. . . -.45 p m all :10 a m
Princeton and Milaca a 3:45 pni all -.10 a m
Watertown. Wahpe- "- *
ton.C'a melton, Hope
and Larimore b7 :30 pm c 7:25 a m
Crookston, Winnipeg .«_._•_«_
and Victoria
Fe T rgu°s U F a h r a e rlo 8:3 ° Pm 6:ssain
itSKJSKffiS B:3 m 6:55 am
Falls and Helena.. dß:3opm e6:ssam
All trains daily except as follows: a e_.
««S..Ji{ h *l atut _r a >' 8 as far as Wahpeton
only- c Mondays from Wahpeton only ; d ex
cept Saturday ;e except Monday. y '
through sleepers to Great Falls, Mont,
and points west of Grand Forks Monday aud
Ihursdavs only.
TICKET OFFICES-St. Paul-Corner Third
and Jackson ; L mon depot
% TICKET OFFICES:
162 East Third street,
& Union Depot St. PauL
A means Daily. B except
Sunday. C except Monday.
D except Saturday.
L. St. Paul. Ar. St. Paul.
Mil., Chic. & Local. B 7 :30 a. m. 11:20 p. m.B
LaCros„Dub.&Lo. B 7-30 a. m. 11:20 p. m.B
Aberdeen <fe Fartro B 7:30 a. m. 6:50 p.m. B
Pra.duC..M.<*-C.ExJB 9:40 a. m. 5:55 p.m. B
Calmer & Day. Ex. IB 9:40 a. ni. 7:53 a. m. C
Mil.,Chi.&All.Ex. A3:oop. m. 1:50 p.m. A
Owatonna & Way. A 4:35 p. m. 9 :50 a. m. A
Wabasha ot Way.. B 4:30 p. m. 9:50a.m.8
Fast Mail "... A 6 :40 p.m. 3:ls>p. m.A
Aberd'n & Mit. Ex. A 6 :15 d. m. 8 :40 a. m. A.
Mil.,-- Chi. Fast Li. I A 7:30 p.m. 7:30 a.m. A
Aug.,Dub..*.ChiEx D 7:40 p. m. 7:53 a. m. O.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
The Dining Car Line to Fargo. Helena, Butts
and the Pacific "Northwest.
Leave Arrive
Dining Cars on Pacific St. Paul St. Paul
Express Trains. Daily. Daily.
Portland Express (lim
ited) forFargo.Graud
Forks, Grafton, Pem
bina, Bismarck, "Miles
City, Helena, Butte,
Taconia, Portland, etc 4:00 p. m. 5:05 p. m.
Passenger Express for
Fergus Falls, Wahpe
ton, Milnor, Fargo
Miles City, Helena.
Butte, Spokane Falls,
etc 8:00 p.m. 7:10 a. m,
Dakota Express for
Sauk Center, Morris,
Fargo and iutermedi
ate points *8 :00 a.m. (>: 37 p. m.
tgEri-MI'OKTANT-LimitedPacificCoasl
Express stops at principal Debits only. PAS
SENGER EXPRESS makes all stops. DA*
KOTA EXPRESS makes all stops. SECOND*
CLASS SLEEPERS only on trains leaving
St. Paul at 8:00 p. m. daily. *Daily except
Sunday. Through Pullman Sleepers daily
between St. Paul and Grand Forks, Fergul
Falls and Wahpeton. C. E. STONE, City
Ticket Agent, 173 East Third Street. St. Paul:
B. X. AUSTIN, City Ticket Agent, 19 Nicol
let House. Minneapolis.
Chicago, St. Paul & Kansas City
RAILWAY.
(Minnesota & Northwestern,)
Leave I Leave Arrive Arrive
Mp'lis. |St Paul St. Paul Mp'lis.
„, ,_ „ P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M.
Chicago Mail 2:10 2:50 3:30 4:05
Chicago Ex- 7:00 7:35 a.m. a.m.
St. Louis &} A -„ M -_ -*•*«• 7:45 8:20
Kansas City I 7:3 8:1 ° 10 *™ 10:45
Express.. P ;. M - ***•»*• r - »• *• m.
' "'J 6:QO o:4'' 9:40 10:15
Lyle, Austin. Dodge Center, chatfield,
Hainview, Rochester, Peoria, Indianapolis,
Columbus, and all points East * South and
Dining cars, Mann Boudoir car 3 and Com
pany's Sleepers on Chicago night trains.
Through Sleepers on Dcs Moines nighl
trains.
City ticket offices 193 East Third street and
Union depot, foot of Sibley street, St. Paul.
City ticket office, No. 3 Nicollet House
Union Depot .Bridge square, Minneapolis.
3
YISCONSiNI fl Ok y i:^l
CENTRAL) f \*_t\l TDlis
MINNEAPOLIS. I leave. I arrive."
Chicago, Milwaukee,!
Chippewa Falls,Eau' fal :15pm alO:3sA*<
Claire, Neenah, Osh-, J
kosh. Fond dv Lac 1
and Waukesha I (.aTr.OpMl a4:lor
Milwaukee and local. l o:2sam 10:55r_.
ST. PAUL. leave. i arrive.
Chicago, Milwaukee,
Chippewa Falls, Eau f a 2:00 m l alO a*
Claire, Neenah, Osh- J I
kosh, Fond dv Lac, 1 |
and Waukesha . a 7:45 m a 3:40 p x
Milwaukee and local.. 7:00 aml 9:4opx
a Daily.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars and the Cen
tral's famous Dining Cars attached to all
through trains.
CITY OFFICES.
St, Paul— East Third street; C.< 2.
Robb, City Ticket Agent.
Union Depot— & Knebel, Agents.
Minneapolis— l 9 Nicollet House Block;
F.H. Anson, Northwestern Passenger Agent,
Union Depot— H. Martin, Agent,

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