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Weakness in Wheat Partially Offset by Weather Reports and Liberal Baying Orders. Sara Experiences a Fractional Advance, Oa's and Provisions Being Ex ceptionally Dull. Financial Operations in the Money Harts— The General Quota tions. Special tO the Globe. Chicago, Kept 12.— action of the Rhcat market was very erratic. December a; er.eil at 90*,2, advanced very slowly to cents, declined a trifle, went up to 92 tvith a bound, then back to i'H.. on realizing, Up io 92 cents on a second bulge, and again Lack 10 91i,2 cents. The pit was active and excited tn the bulges, and dull when the aeelines were on. There was no special i-hnnge in wheat hi the close of the regular I-.- -ion, when Deccmncr rested at 9176 or I'- over the lowest and closing point yes terday. There were few, if any, new in- Jl-.ienccs iii the corn pit The trade in 1 nes was governed somewhat as ou Tues .day by the demand for cash corn. To this uasHddedon the bull side some reports whit li j:. ne rise to fear of frost. The market v.as strong ail day, and though the range was narrow, the closing price of October was%c lie: ci iliiiu Inst night. Oats were very dull, and nt times almost neglected by the specu lative trading. In provisions it wns doll most of the long session. Pork opened at £1 i.30 for October, 5c under last night's tlose, and declined another 10c. January pork sold down to $13.95, closing at 114, v.i.h October at $14.40, a loss for the former »>f 71.se. Lard was quiet and a shade easier. ij'ib-s cased off, underselling by Armour, 10c i or lhe nearer futures Heceipts of grain were 126 ears winter wheat, 67 ears spring, ... : curs corn and 175 cars oats by rail, and 34.-1 obu corn and 14,500 bu oats by canal. Withdrawals from store were 10.212 bu win -1 ■ :■ wheat, -<>*> bu spring, 150,334 bu corn and 61,20** oals. ■1 111 ROUTINE report. ' 1111 ago. Sept. 12.— There, was a pretty fair In de 11 the aggregate in wheat, though nt times be market ruled quiet. While the feeling was more or less unsettled, there nevertheless appeared lobe more disposition to buy on Ihe recent break. At least, opera. .tors manifested more confidence There was f;.ir outside buying, though some parties v.eie (,f the opinion thai trading was largely !>!• local account. The opening was weak i.nd prices almost immediately touched at l-i. ni U©*-2C below yesterday's closing—in 1-iienced by lhe dull and weak foreign i.dvices, reported line weather abroad inal the estimated increase of 1,460,000 tin of wheat on ocean passage. At the re duction, good buying checked further de iline. Quite a number of outside orders re ceived, and some buying was credited to for eign 1 count, though the amount was not .large, and claimed to have been on Canadian r< count, taken 011 for a small reaction. Tne demand, nevertheless had a strengthening riled, is did also the report lhat the French ] resident had submitted resolution to the (-in?— tber of deputies asking for a reduction • f the duty on wheat. Prices advanced Itjc, i lien receded i»c ana closed \><__,l<_ "higher tbnu yesterday. Al 1 «."< !,.<-k. near the close, a rumor -was circulated Unit the Canadian govern 1 lent was contemplating the removal of its Wheat duty, which caused a scramble to buy tiud an advance. There were few, if any. new influences in the corn pit. The trade J:i futures was governed somewhat as or: Tuesday, by the demand for cash coin. To ll:-. was added on Ihe bull Side some reports v, hieh gave rise to fear of frost The market T.-as strong all day, and though the range wns row. the closing price of October was **c better than last night. May closed o9*fcc, rhowing an equal advance with early fu lure.-.. Oats were very dull and at times nl ;m st neglected by the speculative tiaile. In provisions, it was dull most of the long session. "!•( rk opened at $14.35 for October. 0c under jast night's close and declined another lOc January sold down to $13.95, a loss of 7VSC. . i aid was quiet and a shade easier. October Miorl ribs showed a loss of ISC, which Jan uary scored a small gain. At the afternoon -n.-ssion, wheat was irregular: December sold up 1.1 92"iS@92t4c, off to 911fcc, closing at M "te. lorn was quiet and easy. October closing about tic lower than ] O'clock. Oats remained steady. Pork closed 2VtC easier "for September ami October, with January unchanged. Lard was strong for October, Which arose 21.2 c. though January was o'.-ac easier. short r j|, s were quiet and steady, V.iihout quotable changes. THE QUOTATIONS. The leading quotations ranged as follows: V,'; 1 at- -No. 2 September closed at '.Hi'ic; Dc.ober. ftO^ic, closing at9o%c, December, |i<;i-je. closing at 91 "lie; .May, 9514 c, closing 9! -Ye. Corn— No. ■_' September opened c: 15'ic. closing at 45Mtc; October, 4.">:-i.sC, closing at 40 tbe; December. ."'.Ufce, t-losing at 3t)"»sc: May. 39V2C, closing at HOSfec. I hits- No. 2 September opened at 21 "fee, closing at 24 %c; October, 244hc, clos- Ing at 2412 C: year. 24— closing St 24% . Way. 2£* fee. closing at 2S&BC Mess Pork l«ei 1 -September closed at $14.371,2, October $1435. closing at $14 37*4; year C] red at $13.85; January, $14.10, clos lug at $14. Lard per 100 lbs— September opened at J9.97V5, closingats9.97ta; Octo ber. $9,971*. closing at $0.9712; year, $*.45, ilcsing at J- -10; January, $^ .30, closing at J8.22».5. Short ribs per _ 101) Ibs f-septemlier opened nl $8.70, dos (1 _ at $8.70; October, $8.77*6, closing si S-;.7(i: January, 57.20, closing atS7.l7"'2. Cash quotations were as follows: Flour quiet Bid unchanged. Wheat — No. 2 spring, on' 2 (&!H'"3ii-.; No. 3 spring, 8 @ Ssc: No. 2 red, !>' "4C torn— No. 2. 45S&C. Oats— No 2. !;•':. Kve— No. 2, ."ili : .-. Bariev— No. -J. 7' <;■ 72c: Flaxseed No. 1. $1.2*. Timet!, set-d— Prime, $email@example.com*i Mess pork, per i.t 1 — $ 4.37^14.40. Lard, per DO lbs- <"!<». fc.ho.-t ribs, (loose)— sB.67»-@8 70 Dry sailed Shoulders boxed) — ?7.62i-;(r>.7.7.*». Short clear Miles (boxed)— $firstname.lastname@example.org. Whiskey — *Di>i'l!crs' finished goods, per gal— sl.2o. Sugar— Cut loaf, sivn.s-vsc: granulated, 7%c; standard A, 7«*c, t Keeunis— lour. 19.542 LLls: wheat. 157,999 bn; c0rn," 351.251 lm; oats. : (>.'_">:( bu; rye, 21.500 bu: la. ley, 63.589 ou. Shipments— Flour. 2B,32l bids; v. beat. 1.645 bu; corn. 403.171 bu; oats, 1(!C.2-)1 bu; rye,' ■;!!:; bu; barley, 2<;.«1".S bn On the produce exchange 10-day. the butter mnrket was steady: creamery, Elgin, l:.- , -i | .c: choice Western. 21 22c; dairy, I::<>. l(;<rr.iLi«2i- : fair to good, 15<%lSftc Ly-,s ilrm; choice Western. 15«.S@16cVj F.M. NEWPORT & SON, investment Bankers. tai. 153, 154 Drake Block, jjoan "Money j cv Improved Real Estate Security, ! £.1 «i. «}£, 7, 7}^ ami 8 per cent. __4ja _Loi test Notice for any amauafc _ Dll lv th Grain, Brccial 10 the (Hone. Dl :i in. Sept. Sales of cash abeat ▼,- .*• siciive to-day. No. 1 northern went up to -io'^c: No, 2 northern, at sue; re iceted.' at 76c September opened at U' up, __: !M!tic; closed nominally nl'.Hi^r. Sellers hcli ber stalled Ibe off.to O-lSfec. fell i.e. n/iii red to 1i."., and closed there. Decem i>ci ojiened nt IWtic sold at r,e. next fluctuated about je. arid closed at 94 _C JHE DULUTH UNION NATIONAL BANK, DULUTH, MINN. l. 5, Government Depository. <r.^i 3 i , x , -vr_i _£ CO, 000 l„ Hkmiekhixl. Prea U. _. WAi.-."- ( 'ashler. Milwaukee Produce. ?.lilwai uee. Si »". 12.— Flour, easier. VI e:il. nervous: 1 ash. October, S7iiiC. t.'orn 1' d/: No. 3, -lo^'c. Oats steady; No. 2, vii ie 20c. Kve lower: No. 1. ".-i'i., Ilnr ley unsettled; No. 2. September and Octo ber. 07c. Provisions firm pork, cash and September, $14.40. Lard— s9.9s; oe ti ler. ?'.).97'.2. butter steady, dairy. 15® J7-. liggs steady; fresh. 14i*j®15c. Cheese unchanged: Cheddars, si>i*&t»c. Itcceipts — ft jnr. l ! , 900 bbls; heal. 1-.20 1 bu: bariev, R7.s«i;bu. shipments— Flour. 16,600 bbls; nhcat. I Tim lv: barley, 7.800 bo. KAT lON A L INVESTMENT COMPANT HAS I^o2SJ**Ei*Y TO LOAN, Oh improved real estate at lowest current rales. No delays. K^ii— 2s, German-American Bank. Pr-ran Berket, Presided C.(>- Job»6on. General Mauai atsr. St. I on is luce. v-. !.oci>. sept' 12.— Flour quiot but firm. W heat higher; the opening was ij^'sc 1 iv.er on dull and Ci^sy cables and reports of el-.ai-p declines elsewhere, but pood buying end improvement in other markets caused n f iron.' feeling and gradual recovery, and the ch-.-e was strong nt l_ilUc above yesterday; •_' red, cash. 91 140: October, Slttc bid; li ■ 1 in' er. 92%&04V_e, Closing at 94S,ic: $!!•••. !i7'sr»9;;»tc, closing at 99 _c bid. Corn IA7 -ei ami tiim; No. - cath, 42ft342^C; October, 41**Q41**4C. closing at4l**ic: year. I 3H.c; January. :i::^.-;..*!:'**s . closing at :t:;**jc; May, :W*Ht33sti*, closing at :..">a*c Oats steady and lirmer; No. 2 cash. 2.><;'. 21-ijc: September. -3*fec; May, 2St.c; Octo ber, 2:i"xeiii: year. S3**#C bid. Bye lower; No. 2. 52c. Hay dt 1 . Afternoon Board- Wheat strong and is.;.; i.se higher early, but fell off. Corn was dull. Oats firm. BANK OF MINNESOTA. Paid Up Capital ?-00,ooo : • ? > Surplus $100,000. Win. Dawson, "Pros. Root. A. Smith, V. ttni. Wm. Daw*-'*'.. Jr.. Cosiiier. Toledo drum. Toleiio. sent. 12.— Wheat dull and firm; cash, '*:!■.'' '.tic; October, < )4'«sc; November, '.)stsc; December, SIOV2C. torn dv):: cash. .Hue: October. 47c; Oats quiet: No. 2 unite. 27*sc. lover seed active and btjt»er; cash, October; $5.25: November, $5.40; De* i cml er. $5.15. Receipis- Wheat, 50.000 'ju; corn, 2,tio:> bu: oats, 18.000 bu. shipments —Wheat. 50,000 bit; corn. 3.000 bu; outs, 8,000 bu . clovi d, 100 bags. CERMANIA BANK, (STATE BANK,) PAID UP CAPITAL. - $400,000. Surplus and undivided profits, $55,000. -1,11, -UMSET. VS*_L_IAM BICK-L, President Caahlai. Kansas City Grain. Kansas Citt, sept. 12.— Wheat stronger; No. 2 red. cash. 75V.C bid, 77c asked; Octo ber '6V_c bid, 77V.C asked ; December, 81 tic asked; No. 3 red. ash, 73c asked; No. 2 soft, cash, sales at 83_Slo. corn quiet: No 2, ensti, ;ji;i*>c bid . No 2 white cash sale* at 38c. Oats— No. _'. cash, 20*4 C bid, 20*,ic asked. WALKER & CO., Members New York Stock Exchange and Chi cago Board of Trade. Offices: New York, 44 Broad way; 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 Gilflllan Block, to New York Stock Ex change and Chicago Board of Trade. New York Produce. Yoiik. Sent. 12.— Flour, receipts, 33, --440 pki:s exports. 3.552 bbls; 12,969 sacks; easy and specially winter grades ; moderate business; sales. 17.200 bbls, Including— Low extras, $3.i'5-g.3 50; winter wheat, low grades, $3.05*^3.56: fair to fancy, $3.05(35; do patents. $4.60t&.~>.60; Minnesota clear, $4.7.): do straight, $4.15^5.10; do patents, $4.75(55.75 ; do rye mixtures, $3.70@_.65. Corn meal weaker and more active; yellow Western, $303.30 Wheat— Keceipts. 102. --050 bu; exports, 23,970 bu; sales. 1.920,000 bu futures, 212,000 bu spot. spot, market unsettled, closing easy; fairly active milling, light export; No. 2 red. 98(5.fiSVtc elevator, 9H**4O_sl.o2W afloat 99e@$l f - o. b, ; No. 3 red, 91c; No. 4 red, 84c: ungraded red, 73c @$1 02*ti; No. 2 Milwaukee, 95*V*(g.90c: No. No 2 Chicago, 99c; ho. 1 hard. 81.08 in store; No. 2 white, nominal, CC*S,9OV.c; options opened *fe®*ViC lower, reacted, ad vanced lVß<*s.me. on manipulation, closed weaker, but tttgHbC above last night; No._ 2 red. September closed at 98c: October, 97* i @99c, Closing at 98* We; November, 99c(To $I. o' closing at $1; December, 81.00*^® 1.0114, closing at $1.00*, ; May.sl.o4*ts^ 06, dosing at 51.0.">* L >: June, $1.05U@ 1.05%, closing at $1.05*,.. Corn— Keceipts. 80,900 bu; exports, 116.676 bu: sales, 072, --000 bu futures, 143.000 bu spot; spot mar ket less active, Vie higher and firm; No. 2, 55@55Vhc elevator. 55",_@55*fec afloat; un graded mixed, 54@55*lic; No. 2 white, 59c; options Vie higher, mo-derate business; Sep tember, 55@55*,hc, closing at .".>•■. October, 54*»>.rf?;517s<", closing at 51*ftc; November, 54**ri-*"£54%C, losing at 54**ic; December. Svrii) •-..:;;,(■. closius at 52% c; January. 50%@ 50% c, closing at 50*K(C, Receipts, 151, --000 bu; exports, 32 bu; .ales, 120,000 bu futures, 132,000 bu spot; spot market irreg ular, less demand: mixed Western, 2G**s3sc; white Western, 255?,45c; No. 2 Chicago, 31V.C Hay quiet; choice firm: Hop.- strong, good demand. Coffee— Options opened steady; closed (regular; moderate business, chiefly local ; sales, 80.25 J bags, including September, 12. 20© 12 October, li 85« 11.95 c: November. ll.'Jo'/l! 40c; Decem ber, liail. lsc; January, email@example.com; February, IO.firstname.lastname@example.org; March, 10.65® |0.75 c; April, 10.0 tg 10 70c, May, 10.00® 10.70 c; spot rio about steady, quiet and fair; caigoes, i.Mii. Sugar— Raw 1 1 -6c higher; more active; refining, Site; centrifugals. 90 test, o,*-r, refined in good demand, firm. Rice fair demand; steady. Petroleum firm and quiet; Crude in barrels, o*t«!_i7*isc ; re lined. 7*!sc; United closed al 95c. Cotton seed oil quiet and firm; crude, 41V.(?.12c; yellow. I*m-. Tallow strong and quiet; prime city, s***s@s*iSC. Rosin easy and dull: com mon to good strained, 95c*r$l.(i5. Turpen tine steady. Efigs about steady; moderate demand; Western. 17_19c; receipts, 2,810 packages. Perk light demand, steady: mess, $15. 25®. 15. 75. cut meats quiet: pickled bellies, O'.c. pickled hams, 12(?j12V.e; pickled shoulders, , _•*<■ . idles lirni Lard —Spot, easier and dull sales. Western steam, $10.35, closing at $10.32"._<0*.10.3."*>. Op lions lower, with lighter short interest, clos ing steady; sales. September. $10.25, closing at 510.25; October, g10.10_10.14, closing at $1<».14; November. $9.44@9 46. closing at -»:) id, December. $email@example.com, closing at $8.78. Butter firm on fair and fair aemand; Western creamery, 14@23c; Western dairy, 13®l.">c. Cheese— Western, 7"*©B"»c. Cop per dull; lake. $17.56. Lead quiet; domes tic, $5. Tin easy; straits. $23. SEVEN CORNERS BANK . Paid Up Capital, $100,000. R. M. Newport, President W. B. Evans, CuMu Michael Deflel, Vice President. C. i_ Hawks. Asst Cashla. "Liverpool Grain. LrvsßtrooL, Sept. Wheat dull and lower, and holders offer freely Californian, No. 1. 86J81..S i.d per cental; red western spring. Ss Bd@7s9d per cental Corn firm: demand fair. J. J. WATSON, BRO. & IIVNDMAN. 90 liast Fourth Street, - . ."" REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGE INVEST MENTS. FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. FINANCIAL. ■x Now York. New Yoiik, Sept 12.— Money on call easy nt lV_(Ti2 per cent; closed offered at 2 per cent Prime mercantile paper. sß6ti. sterling exchange dull but steady at $4 si l ; foi sixty day bills and $4.88 for demand. Clearings, $10 1,213.30!!; balances, $5,403,301 The stock market was somewhat less active to day and Irregular, unsettled and feverish throughout with tbe general tendency of prices iv a downward direction. The uncer tainty in regard to the st. Paul dividend was the controlling cause of the unsettled feel- 1 in;,', and there was a marked iudispo siiion 10 make new ventures while old ■ accounts were closed up in many cases j on both sides of the account. There was con- 1 siderable pressure to sell in the early deal ings, which was directed principally against the Grangers,* and the rest of the list sympa iliized closely with the movement, A reac tion was brought about by the receipt of the rumor that the Chicago, Burlington & North ern had agreed to join the Central Traffic as sociation, but the effect of this was after wards neutralized by the denial of the rumor and the report from Chicago that the West em connections of the Pennsylvania had re duced rates on grain, which put a damper on the bullish feeling. There was very little movement in the ■■ usually active lis:, except the Gran gers through New England was more active than usual and was conspicuously well held when the rest of the list were weak and declin uig.Tbcrewasa great deal of talk on the stock, but the general belief was thai the -bom in it were being twisted, though the stock fluc tuated only *>.; per cent for the entire day. The coal stocks were quiet throughout and at- Iracted very little attention, while the most marked movements were in the low priced shares, and Chesapeake & Ohio was specially active and strut!-, each kind of stock raising nearly 2 per cent. London prices came higher this morning, and the foreigners were buyers ai the opening, which made first figures from '*. to *•(. per cent above last evening's prices, but the pressure to sell quickly forced the list off. the grangers tak ing the lead though Lackawanna and Lake Shore were also weak. The movement was over, however, before the end of the first hour and some of the specialties were strong all the way out. On the rally which fol lowed before noon the Northwestern led the advance and most of the list were brought up to the neighborhood of first prices, but the subsequent movements were slightly and irregular and in tic. last hour the market 1-iecajne quite dull throughout and the close was dull and beavM at small declines for the day. The final cnauges are almost invariably In the direction of lower figures, though Hock* in_ Valley, which lost I*4 per cent, was the only important decline. The railroad bond market was fairly active.the total sales reach ing 72 000, out of which $102,0'J0 were In Fort Worth & Dourer firsts, |1 25,000 In West Shore lotus and $107,000 in Green Bay incomes. The tone of the market was strong alraosi throughout, and while there were some dec lilies most of the list are materially higher this evening. The features of the trading beside the issues named were the Chesapeake & Ohio Issues and the Heading incomes. Houston ck Texas general after rose 2 lb 72*_;New Jersey Midland firsts.2 to 1 15, and Richmond Allegheny receipt***.] 2 ; 1 59. Among the los-es was Pensaecla & Atlantic firsts, 2 at 91. and Omaha & St' Louis firsts lat 72. State bond- were quiet I and strong. Government bond, were quiet ! strong. Slate bonds were entirely iie_lccted. THE SAINT PAXIL DAILY GLOBE: : ; THURSDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 13, 1888. --TEN PAGES. The total sales of stocks to-day were 274, _**> shares, includin'z: Del., Ijic.c-W.II.S'IO Beading 17.500 Brie H. 171 St. Paul 20,145 Lake shore. ...l-.MO.Texas Pacific.. 7,070 Nor. * W. -pfd. -I.H7S I'idon Pacific ~ **>,670 N. Pacific 3,078 \Vestern Union. l ß.o6o North'n P. pfd. -*>,72ojXortli\ve*<tem.. 7158 Oregon Trail- .17. 1701 R. M. NEWPORT « SON, Investment Bankers, 152. 153 and 154 Drake Block. St. Paul. Minn. But and Sell Stock* .Sonds and RealßitaU Quotations ol* Stocks ami Bonds. New- Yoiik. Sept. 12.— Stocks and bonds closed at the following prices bid: I". S. Is rev.' 12*3* A Hocking Valley. 33 do -Is <0up....r_9'4 Houston * Tex. 10 do4V-*s re;;.... 1 00**1 Illinois Central. l2o do .fen coop.. 101,44 Ind.. B. * \\\... 19 PacGsof 95 121 Kansas 4 Texas. Ist| La stamped 4s. 00 Lake Erie AWr. ISt. Missoumls 100 do preferred.. 53*4 Tenn.newset6a.lo2 Lake "shore 98"rij do 5s .00 Louisville &X.. <;'**» do 3- BOH Louis. V. A... 40 Can. So. 2ds 01*4 Memphis & C... 55 Can. Pacific lsts. ll4"*B I Mich. Central... 80*4 D. &H. C. lMs..i--'l Mil. L. S. & \\\. 53 do 4s 7« I do preferred. . 90 !).. tit. <;.W. SI Mplis. ,*. St. L.. 7 Brie 2ds 101 do preferred . . 16 M . K.orT.G. 6s. 07"A Missouri Pacific. 82% do 5s 02 | Mobile A- Ohio.. 10 Mm. I'nion 05... 96*1 J Nash v. A Chan. S4*ii N. .1. C. int. cert. N. J. Central.... BO N. Pac. lata lit; Nor. &W. r.fd.. S»7*_ do 2ds 112* i. Northern Pac... 88*Jk N. W. consols.. .l42'* do preferred.. 63 do deb. 5s .. 11 > _ North western... 115 ' A Or. & Trans. lis.. 102 t do exdtv.l4**.i'_ 5t.L .A1.11.C.5-. 86 N. V. Central... 109 st. AS. F.G. M.1151. N. V., C. & St.L. 1s: St. Paul consols. 125 do preferred.. 72 St. P.O. &.V. lats.llß Ohio & Miss 254*3 T.P.L. G.T.H.. 91 do preferred.. 79 T. P. R. G. T. K. 43% Ontario iV: West. 17% Colon P. 1515.7T.113V. Oregon Imp .>'* West Shore 103% Oregon Xa v.. .. 95 Hi Adams Express.l4s Oregon Trausc'l 30* ft Alton & T. H.... 471. Pacific Mail 37 ' dopfd 85 Peoria. D. & E.. 20*,. Am. Express.... llo Pittsburg 154 14.. C. K. & X... 20 Pullman P. Car.. 172 Canada Pacific. 57 Heading 53i. 2 Canada Soiith'n. 52*4 Hock bland ....lilt. Central Pacific.. 36 St. I. A San v.. 32% Chcs. & 0hi0... IS** do preferred . . 71% do lsts pfd.... KiLo do Ist pfd ....1121. no pfd.... 17 St.Paul 71'_ Chi. & A1t0n.... 132 do preferred .. 1 1 IU C. B. & Q 113 si. Paul. M. A M.KMi&a C. St. L. A P.... 101. St. Paul A (>.... II do preterred... 38% do preferred.. 108 (in.. San. & Cle. 03 i'eiin. Coal A 1.. 32% Cleveland A Col. 00 Texas Pacific... 20 Del. & Hudson.. 119 T. A O. C. pfd.. 45 Del.. Lack AW.. 143*** Union Pacific, . . I*o% Denver & It. O. 20!. U. S. Express... 79 EastTenu 10% \\\. St. L. _ P... 15 dolstpfd 09 j do preferred.. 27% do 2d pfd 2t*t4 WeHs-KargoEx.l33 Erie 291,8 Western Union.. sjio dopfd 00 Am. Cotton Oil. 38% Fort Wavne 1 52 V. Colorado Coal.. 37V. Ft. Worth & P.. 25 j E. R. BARDEN, GRAIN COMMISSION, Wheat, Corn, Oats, Barley, Baled Hay, 14 Chamber of Commerce, tit. PauL LOCAIi MARKETS. St. Paul. Wheat is considerably off in Eastern mar kets, but the prices here are kept up to the advance noted two or three days ago. Corn unchanged. Oats were (inn, and No. 2 mixed and No. 2 white advanced 1,2 c. "Mill stuffs quiet. Hay very dull and very weak. Eggs steady. Ibe call: Wheat— 1 hard, OCc bid: No. 1 north ern, 1)4 tic bid; No. 2 northern, 89c bid. Corn No. 2. 43c bid; 44V.C asked; Sep tember, 41c bid. Oats— No. 2, mixed, 2Cc bid; No. 2 white, 27c bid; No. 3. 20c bid. Barley— No. 2, s">c bid: No. 3. 40c bid. Ground $16.25 asked. Corn Meal— Unbolted. $10.25 asked. Bran— Bulk, $10.50 bid. Hay— No. 1. $0.25 asked: No. 1. upland prairie, $7 asked; timothy, $9.50 asked. Flax Seed— bid. Eggs— 15'_'- bid; 16c asked. 0-L._^k,k: & METZ, 10-1 K. Fifth Street, St. Paul, Minn. BNBRAX COM MISSION". __**. Wholesale Butter and Eggs. Consignments of Game Solicited Produce Exchange. There were no changes at all In produce, nnd everything remained the tame as on the day before. SHIP YOUR GRAIN TO WOODWARD & COMPANY THE OLD CONSERVATIVE CASH WHEAT HOUSE CF MINNEAPOLIS, Chicago, Milwaukee or Duluth. ESTABLISHED 1879. MINNEAPOLIS Chamber of Commerce. Local receipts were 220 care on all roads, and 82 cars were shipped out. city and county millers were in the market for grain to grind, but were holding off for lower fig ures, claiming that a 5c drop in outside mar kits should weaken prices here some. Sales were effected at a slightly lower range, but for old wheat very little reduction was made. Duluth reported 40 cars on track. Follow ing are the closing quotations: No. 1 bard, <;.*■!]. in store. 98c: Sci.temtier. 93c: October, !.**i4 old. on track, 99c; new. 9SV.; No. 1 northern, cash, In store, DGc: September, 9(ie; October, 90c; old, on track. *i7e; new, <)'_(<t.!>3c :- No. 'J northern, cash. In store, 9_i, September, '."-*_<•; October, 92V_e; old. on track. 9-lc; new. BS<?£B9e. Note— Sales are of new wheal unless speci fied Sales included: 60,000 ba October No. 1 bard, 9.*i_C* 20,000 Nov. No. 1 northern, 92c. Car lot sales by samples: 2 can No. i hard. o. w. b., 'KU.c; 1 car No. 1 hard, 0 t.. 95 We; 2 cars No. 1 bard, f. o. b., 90c; 2 can No. 1 hard, f. o. b.. 90 tic; 1 car No. 1 hard delivered, 95>,.C' cars No. 1 hard f. o b. 99c; 1 car No. 1 northern, 92c; 2 cars No. 1 northern, o. '... -91 Vie; 1 car No. 1 northern, f. o. b.. 93 Vi; 2 cars No. 1 northern, o. w. b.. !>'><•; 8 cars No. 1 northern, f. o. b., 93c; 1 car No. 1 northern, delivered. 93c; l car No. 1 northern, f. o. b.. 92 tic; l car No. 1 northern, delivered, 93V_c; 4 cars No. 1 northern, delivered, 92 Vic; 1 car No. l northern, f. o. b.,93c; 1 car No. 2 northern, delivered, 89c; 2 cars No. 2 northern. 1. o. b., SSV.c; 1 car No. 2 northern,, 89c; 1 car No. _ northern, old, 92c; 2 can No. 2 northern, f. o. b., 98c; 2 cars No. 2 northern, 88*4: 2 cars No. 2 northern, «. w. b., 90c; 2 cars No. 3, deliv ered, SO; 1 car No. 3, delivered, 8-tt.c; 1 car rejected, delivered, sic: 1 car rejected, de livered. 7G'_e: 2 cars sample, delivered. Oli.c; - cars no grade, o. t., 73c; 1 car no grade. 85*Hic; 3 cars frosted, 8e; 1 car oats, 20c; 1 car bay, $0; 1 cir oats, 27c; 1 car oats. 26*,„c; 1 car no grade. S4c. Flour— The demand for Hour was less brisk as is usually trie case after a break in speculative wheat markets. Millers here are of the opinion that the Northwest wheat crop la too small to meet the natural year's demand and are pushing out to secure as much of it as possible before it is diverted. For the same reason they arc very stiff In their notions for future values. They ex press determination not to make concessions to answer to temporary fluctuations in wheat. Seme fresh sales were made at the full lis;'. res asked yesterday. Patents, sacks to 10 cal dealers, $5.20: patents to ship, sucks. car lots. 5 l.'it.f,'."*.!."*: in barrels, _•■'> . l < '•■ - 5.2,); delivered at New England points. S*i '.KKTctl: New York points, $5. 50W 5.90, delivered at Philadelphia and Baltimore^ $5.75(35.85: bakers, here. $3. SO® 1.50; superfine, $2*7.3.50-, red dog. sacks, $1.60@ 105; red dog. bbls, $1.80@.1.55; rye flour, pore, per 100 lbs. .75. Bran and Shorts— The bran market v.ss very well sustained, as but fen of the mills bad any stuff to offer, being sold ahead. Sales we're made of a few ears at $10,516 11.50; shorts, $12(Tj13.5i». Corn— Slow ut 38t_ 12c for ordinary sam pics; 43c for choice No. 2 yellow. Oats— i.uietat2s@23V.cfor new by sam ple and o. t. ' • ; i - ' -■ Barley— market was steady, with sam pies mostly ranging at 40_..">5c, with a few choice ranging up to 05c. Nominal at $1.23; Chicago, $1.29. Feed— Mixed feed selling slowly at $10„ IS. STATE GRAIN INSPECTION. '■■ ;":- ''_l The following table shows the state inspec tion of wheat at Minneapolis for the past twenty-four hours: - . 25 v.\ V.\ 58 - X z t* c;•: c I o l__ I o i- - ■"■ 3 ' ,: « % ? RAILWAYS ~ *"•':-.. a 5 5 _ =.'• 5, : - Is" M AM— B. div... 1 3 10 6 2 ... M.AM .— F. I", div. ; 7 3 3 0 12 ... St. Paul <_ Duluth .. C. M .v .-• P .. 21 31 IS 2 -1 ... Minn. & St. Louis 1 .. . Minn. _• Pacific 2 1 Northern Pacific . 3 8 "* 10 51.... C. St. P., M. & 0.. 2 13 12 0 12 5 C.St. P. &S.C .... To.a! grades .... 134 ti'.i 45 30 35 j 5 Tctalcars 21: J Xew wheat, 194 ears. OlLi o miss-No. 3 corn. - eais; No 3 oats, 5 ears: No. 3 barley, 1 car; No. 4 bariey, I car: No. 1 tlax, 2 cars". pac — :~~ ' Inspected Out— Wheat, No. 1 hard, 78 cars: No. 1 northern, 89 care; No. northern,. 5 .cars; No. 3, 1 car ; rejected, 4 cars; no grade, .4 cars. - , ■"' -*".-?■•',•. •• ; i':'l'-..-'* r i v [ ■ WHEAT MOVKHKNT. The following are the .. receipts ami ship ments of wheal to day, reported by Prcssey, Wheeler _ Co., by private wire: Points. Kec'ts. . .Ship'ts- Minneapolis 125,400 . 10,740 Duluth 85,356 10*,51' l Chicago 157,999 . '. 59.045 Milwaukee. 1 -... .......;.. 18,915. 1,725 New York 162.050 ... 23.970 Philadelphia 21,10*} 20,980 Baltimore 37,939 ...'.... Toledo 56,827 50.150 Detroit 09,924 - St. Louis 85,000 13.000 Kansas City 22,500 11,500 Totals 7927375 372,974 WALTERS & WAGNER, ■_W!f___POl_B, Wholesale Fruits, Uenkral Commission, Want your shipments— Produce, Game and Eggs. Prompt returns. LIVE STOCK. Minnesota Transfer. The market at Minnesota Transfer yester day was lather quiet. The arrivals con sisted of four curs of cattle anil two cars of hogs. The offerings were but a medium lot, many being too poor for butcher stock,and of such there quite a few held over. Sales ■were: Cattle- No. Ay. Wt. Price 20sieers 1.019 $3 25 steers 1.03!) 290 II cattle 1.095 2 40 13 cattle 897 825 7 cattle 888 2 25 Seattle 906 2 25 lcow 700 2 00 19 calves 230 3 00 Hogs- No. Ay. Wt. Puce 28 284 ?<> 10 65 : 215 . « 10 21 234 « 10 11 rough 286 600 Sheep- No. Ay. Wt. Price. 67 ...87 S3 40 ST. PAUL UNION STOCKYARDS CO., SOUTH ST. "F A.TJT__. The Yards and Packing Houses Open fo* Business. Ready Cash market for Hogs. St. Paul Union Stock Yards. Receipts— l 9 car.-* hogs— l,l o2; 5 cars sheep— oo3; 21 cars cattle— sos. Sales: Hogs— No. Av.Wt Price No. Av.Wt Price 53 209 SO 25 89 202 S<*» 20 72 242 8 17t4 GO 281 6 271^ (50 212 618 82 333 (145 33 224 6 1 5 04 243 « 20 83 270 010 05 210 610 21 311 000 52 310 023 5 8 222 010 72 203 0 17*, i 51 204 8 171-01 250 46 234 0 121/ a 8 257 59 237 0 17M»| Cattle- No. Av.Wt. Price No. Av.Wt. Price 7 900 $2 85 3 1,293 0 1,280 3 00 1 1,120 . ... 2 1,255 2 50 1 1,410 1 920 2 ,1,000 8 842 1 7 907 2 705 .... I 3 893 7 1,137 . ...| ficalves.l2s S3 00 Sheep • No. Av.Wt. Price No. Av.Wt. Price 31 44 $3 2550 83 $2 83 9 77 3 60 32 80 103 57 3 75 4 110 105 85 350 1...' 130 Chicago. Chicago. Sept. 12.— Cuttle— Heceipts, 12,- OOo; shipments, 4,000; market steady: beeves $6 4 ©0.65; steers. $3.50@6; stockers and feeders, $1.90®3.20; cows, bulls and mixed, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Texas and Indian cattle, |2@ l ; western in-,' ers, $email@example.com. Hogs— Receipts, 14,000; 'shipments, 8,000; market opened strong: closed 10c lower; mixed. &*>.!) i 6.00: heavy, Sfi.lsofi.72U: light, 55.650 6.30; skips, $405.05. Sheep— its, 8.000; shipments, •_'.<> "»; market firmer; na tives, S'--75©4: Westerns, §3.3503.85: Texans, g2.00®3_25; lambs. $3.7505.35. Kansas City. Kansas Citt. Ho., Sept. 1 -'.—Cattle— Re ceipts, 7,210; shipments, 3,913 Dressed beef aud shipping steers strong; grass range weak and 5010 c lower; gooil Texas cows steady; natives weak and 5c lower; stockers " and feeding steers steady; good to choice corn-fed. $5^ 5.50; common to medium, $firstname.lastname@example.org; stockers and feeding steers, $1.6003 grass range steers, $1.8003.30; cows, $1.25 ©3.70. Hogs— Receipts, 3.071; shipments, 1.297. Active and Sc higher; good to choice, $6.2506.35; common to medium, $5,500 6.15. Sheep— Receipts. 1,872; shipments, 757. Good and strong; common weak; good to choice mutton, $3.75(5.4.25; common to medium, $1^M)03.30. Oil Markets. New Yoiik, Sept. 12.— Petroleum opened steady at »s*sc, but after the first safes be came weak anil declined to 94tfcc. Western buying then canted the price up !>">>•>(', niter wiiich a reaction occurred on which the mar ket closed steady at 95c. Consolidated ex change opening, 95% c; highest. 93 Vic! low est, 04 tie. closing 95c. Stock exchange opening, i>*>'-2c; highest, 9s Vac: lowest, 9414 c, Closing 94 >li|C. Total sales, 1,2 .0.000 bbls. On. City. Pa., Sept. 12.— National Tranits certificates opened at 97% c; highest, 95*sc; lowest, 94% c; closed, 94% C. Sales, 89fi, -000 bbls; clearances, 2,418.000 bbls; char ters, 117,509 bbls; shipments, 97,741 bbls: runs. 46,290 bb1s PrrTsßuito, Pa.. Sept. 12.— Petroleum dull but firm; National Transit certificates opened nt 95% c; closed at 95c; highest, '.C>'- S i". lowest, 94»ic. Dry Goods. New Vohk. Sept. 12.— There was an im proved demand nt jobbing hands. Agents made very good deliveries on old engage ments, but new business was moderate. Cincinnati Whisky. Cincinnati. Sept. 12. — Whisky Steady; ales, 958 bbls finished goods on a basis of $1.14. EVERGREENS FOR THE FARM. Useful for Windbreaks About the Bant anil Other Buildings. The severe storms of the past few winters have set a great many people to thinking about planting evergreen windbreaks as a protection for farm j buildings, cattle yards, etc. Medium \ sized evergreens, that is, those . two to four feet high, are expensive to buy. ; costly in freight and difficult to handle • without more or less loss. If of native seedlings taken up in the northern wood the loss is sure to be heavy, spite of the best care. If from well-managed nursery stock, the liability to loss is great, since if the roots once become dry their vital ity is destroyed, says the Western Tree Planter. The writer lias had consider able experience in growing evergreens for ornament and wind-breaks, which | he believes will be of value to his read j ers. The most satisfactory results have been obtained by purchasing small >' I'llSl'ltY-GKOWX STOCK | once or twice transplanted, and costing on an average -510 to $15 per thousand. ; These have been set in nursery rows in i well prepared soil, and allowed to grow . for a vjear or two, when the largest can be taken out for permanent setting, and j so year by year the thinning process j can goon, setting on the farm premises I or supplying neighbors. So managed I there need be scarcely any loss in trans : planting, for the tree as soon as taken jup can be at once set in the ' place already prepared, without any exposure to the roots, and, besides. ; wet or cloudy days can be taken advant- I age of for setting. Almost any nurs eryman, in filling an order for 1,000 cv i ergreens, would allow the purchaser to | select from -liferent varieties at the I 1,000 rate. A good assortment for the' I northern localities would be something like the following— viz. 390 each of Scotch, Austrian and White pine and Norway spruce, and 100 each of Ameri can arboa .it;e, anl red cedar from northern grown seed. These for real utility. To these there mightjbe added a few of the novelties in -ever greens for ornament for the lawn. In (limiting ii): ■ nursery rows we should plant in rows not less than six feet apart and two feet in the row, and at this distance they will get to crowding in a little while, By pursuing the plan above indicated, an abundant supply can be obtained for all uses on farm a"; shelter belts or ornament, nt a small outlay of money, and ai very little risk or loss, while the purchase of large sized nursery stock or native northern sei-dings Involves the expenditure of a good deal of money, or the liability of heavy loss of stock, and perhaps of both. . y.j /en by • -.r7u. Confirmation of Assessment for Slopes on Pennsylvania Avenue. Office OF the Board of Public Works, » ' City of St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 8, 1883. I The assessment of benefits, damages, costs and expenses arising from con- j demning and taking an easement on the land adjoining and on the line of Perm- j sylvania avenue, from Olive street to Mississippi street, for making and main taining slopes one and one-half fl'..') feet on said land for every foot cut or filled necessary for the grading of Pennsylvania avenue, from Olive street to Missis sippi street, 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 9 p. in. on the 24th day of September, 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. ■- ;•../.' The following is a list of the supposed owners' names, a description of the property benefited or damaged, and the amounts assessed against the same, to-wit: De Bow, Smith, Risque & Williams' Addition to St. Paul. ' Supposed owner and * r- Balance Balance description. ... ; . - Let. Block. Benefits. Damages, to owner, to city Richard II vans ...17 5 $12 00 $0 00 $0 00 *12 on Archie O Powell ...16 5 12 00 0 00 0 00 12 00 Stephanus Peterson 7 9 12 00 0 00 0 00 12 00 John J and Ed Johanson .6 8 12 00 0 00 0 00 12 00 Jacob Hanson 0 11 12 00 108 50 96 50 0 00 Stl'.M&MßyCo 10 11 12 00 0 00 0 00 12 00 same... II 11 12 00 0 00 0 00 12 00 same 12 11 12 00 0 00 0 00 12 00 same 18 11 12 00 0 00 0 00 12 00 same 14 11 12 00 0 00 0 00 12 00 same 15 II 12 00 0 00 0 00 12 00 John B Sanborn Hi 11 12 00 0 00 0 00 12 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 meeting. Official: R. L. GORMAN, President. W. F. Ebwix, Clerk Board of Public Works. 25ii-257 CITY NOTICE. Office of the City Teeasuber, ) St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 11, 1888. J The owners and all parties interested in the property condemned for any of the following improvements, as herein noted, WILL TAKE NOTICE, That the money necessary to pay for all damages for land condemned, as well as for all buildings, sheds, fences or other improvements to be removed or abandoned by reason of the following improvements, is now in the City Treas ury and ready to be paid to the parties entitled thereto. The title to the property condemned must be examined and approved by the City Attorney before the money is paid. CHANGE OF GRADES. Change of grade on Winifred street, from State street to Bancroft street; Change of grade on Erie street, from Jefferson avenue to Cascade street; . Change of grade on Dale street, from Front street to Maryland street; Change of grade on Edcerton street, from Minnehaha street to York street; All in the city of St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota. 250-57 GEORGE REIS, City Treasurer. CONTRACT WORK. Grading Alleys in Blocks 10, 11 and 21, Terry's Addition to St. Paul. Office Board of Public Woi.ks, ) City.of St. Pa 11.. Minn.. Sept. 4, 1888. i 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, un til 13 m.' on the 17th day of Sept., A. D. 1888, for grading the alleys in blocks ten (10), eleven (11) and twenty-one (21), Terry's addition to St. Paul, in said city, according to plans and speci fications on file 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 accompany each bid. The said Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. li. L. GORMAN, President. Official: W. F. Euwix. 249-259 Clerk Board of Public Works. CONTRACT WORK. Sewer on Western Avenue. Office Board of Public Works, I City OF St. Paul, Minn. .Sept. 11,1888. | Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Public Works in and for tin; corporation of the city of St. Paul, Min nesota, at their office in said city, until 12 m. on the 24th day Of September, A.l). 1888. for constructing a sewer on West ern avenue, from Rondo street to St. Anthony avenue, in said city, according to plans and specifications on file 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. Knwi.v. 236-267 Clerk Board of Public Works. Assessment for Paving Nelson Avenue. Office BOARD of PUBLIC Works,' ) City of St. Paul. Minn. .Sept. 11,1888. ) The Board of Public Works in and bli the corporation of the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, will meet at their office in said city at 2 p. in. on the 24th day of "September, A. J). 1888, to make an as-, sessment of benefits, costs and ex penses . arising from paving Nelson avenue to a width of 32 feet, from Sum mit avenue to Western avenue, with i pine blocks and curbing with granite, Including the necessary sewer connections, in said city, on the property on the line of .said Improve ment and deemed benefited thereby amounting in the aggregate to $19, --383:25: All persons interested are hereby notified to be present at said time and place of making said assessment, and will be heard. 11. L. GORMAN, President. Official: W. F. Euwix. 257-258 Clerk Board of Public Works. Assessment for Paving Nina Avenue With Asphalt. Office Board of Public Works, I City of St. PAUL, Minn., Sept.ll,lßßß. | ..The Board of Public Works in and for the corporation of the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, will meet at their office in said city at 2 p. m. on the '-Mill day of September, A. D. 18-8, to make an assessment of benefits, costs ami ex penses art-lug from paving Nina ave nue, from Summit avenue to northerly line of alleys in blocks *7l and 72, in Dayton A: Irvine's addition to St.Paul, with asphalt and curbing with granite, in said city, on the property on the line of said improvement and deemed benefited thereby amounting in the aggregate to ■r'.'.OO-'.'.K). All persons interested are hereby notified i,. be present at said time and place of making said assessment, ami will be "lie-in I.' ■''•-•.. 11. L. GORMAN, President. Official:*- W. '•'. i-KAVIN. . =207--8 - ; Clerk Board vi Public Works. CITY NOTICE. Office of the City Treasurer" i St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 11, 1858. f The owners and all parties interested in the property condemned for any of the following improvements, as herein noted, WILL TAKE NOTICE, That the money necessary to pay for all damages for land condemned, as well as for all buildings, -beds, fences or other improvements to be removed or abandoned by reason of the following improvements, is now in the City Treas ury and ready to be paid to the parties entitled thereto. The title to the property condemned must be examined and approved by the City Attorney before the money is paid. SLOPES. Condemning and taking an easement on the land adjoining and on the line of Mary street, from Lake Como to Bock street; Reassessment for condemning and taking an easement on the land adjoining and ; on the line of Cook street, from Mis sissippi street to Earl street; Reassessment for condemning and taking an easement on the find adjoining and on the line of George street, between " Livingston avenuß and State street; Reassessment for condemning and taking an easement on the land adjoining and on the line of Dale street, from Mar shall avenue to Maryland street; Reassessment for condemning and taking c i. easement on the land adjoining and on the line of Magnolia street, from Earl street to Mississippi street; Reassessment for condemning and taking an easemsnt for making and maintain ing slopes on York sireet, from Forest street to Clark street. All in the city of St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota. ;-" r 25"3-5? GEORGE REIS, City Treasurer. Assessment for Grading Pym and Other Streets. Office Board of Public Works, ) City or St. Paul, Minn., Sept.ll,lßßß. ) The Board of Public Works in and for the corporation of the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, will meet at their office in said city at 2 p. m., on the 24th day of September,.-. 1). ls.BS.to make an assess ment of benefits, costs and expenses arising from grading Pym street, from Eustis street to Bayless avenue; Hamp den avenue, from Ellis street to Ray mond avenue; Raymond avenue, from University avenue to Bobbins street; Cromwell avenue, from Territorial road to Bobbins street; Cudworth street, from Eustis street to Raymond avenue; Mauve! street, from Bobbins street to Raymond avenue; Eustis street, from Pym street to Territorial road; Vane Place, from Cudworth street to Bayless avenue; and Bayless avenue, from Ray mond avenue to Man vel street, in said city, on the property on the line of said improvement an 1 deemed benefited therein- amounting in the aggregate to $17,804*90. All persons interested are hereby noti fied to be present at said time and place of making said assessment, ami will be beard. • R. L. GORMAN, President. Official: W. F. En WIN, 257-258 Clerk Hoard of Public Works. Assessment for Paving West ern Avenue. Offck Board' of Puri.ic Works, i City of ST.PAUL.Minn., Sept. 11, 1553, I The Board of Public Wim^cs In and for the corporation of the city of St. Paul. Minnesota, will meet at their office in said city at 2 p. in. on the 24th day of September, A. I). 1888, to make an assessment of ben efits, costs and expenses arising from paving Western avenue, from Laurel avenue to Dayton avenue, with asphalt and curbing with granite, in cluding the necessary sewer connec tions, in said city, on the property on the line of said improvement and deemed benefited thereby amounting in the aggregate to i 11 ,273.85. All persons interested are hereby no tified to be present at said time* and place of making said assessment, and will be heard. R.L. GORMAN, President, Official: W. F. Eitwix, 257-258 Clerk Board of Public Works. Assessment for Paving Far ring ton Avenue. Office Board of Public Works, \ City of St. PAUi.,Minn.,Sept. 11. :--s. [ The Board of Public Works in and foi the corporation of the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, will meet at their office in said' city at 2 p.m. Oil the 24th day of September. A. I). 1888, to make an assess ment of benefits, costs and expenses arising from paving Farringtou avenue, from Summit avenue to Nelson avenue, with pine blocks, and curbing with granite. Including the necessary sewer connections, in said city, on the prop erty on the line of said improvement and deemed benefited I hereby amount ing in the aggregate to £11, 34:3.90. All persons interested are hereby notified lobe present at paid time and place of making said assessment, and . will be heard. - R.L. GORMAN, President: Official: * W. F. Etttvix, . 257-208 , Clerk Board of "Public Works. Confirmation of Assessment for Paving East Summit Avenue. • '-■' *• Office of thk Board of Public Works, i * City ofSt. Paul, Minn., Sept. 11, ISSB. I The assessment of benefits, costs and expenses arising from paving East Sum mit avenue with cedar blocks and curbing with granite, together with the neces sary sewer connections, -'from Wabasha street to Robert street, 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 27th day of September, A. D. ; 1888, to hear objections (if any) to said assessment, at which time anil place, unless sufficient cause is shown to the contrary, said assessment will be confirmed by said Board. The following is a list of the supposed owners' names, a description of the prop erty benefited and the amounts assessed against the same, to-wit: Paving Sewer Less curb Balance Supposed owner aud •1- and con- Total put in by of description.. curbing, flections, benefits, owner, benefits Margaret Brodie. Lot "A and that part of lot "B." Bazille's addi tion to St. Paul (southerly of Thirteenth street;, mid strip of laud bounded by said Jot "li," sly of Thirteenth street, Waba sha street and Thirteenth street, and sly line of said lot "B," produced to Wabasha street.... 11,138 25 $0 00 11,136 21 CO 00 $1,130 25 Patrick Bui let. Commencing on northeasterly line of Wabasha / street at intersection of nw'ly line of lot •'1)," Bazille's addi tion to St. Paul, if extended w'ly to Wabasha street; thence ne'ly along nw'ly line of lot "-B" 102.44 feet to a stake on sw'ly line of a 10-lt alley extending through the n'ly portion of said lot "B;*' thence se'ly along sw'ly line of said alley 33.85 ft; thence sw'ly 103.025 ft to a stake on Wabasha street 38.01 ft from beginning; thence nw'ly to be ginning $IS. 70 30 00 $133 70 $0 00 $.98 70 E M Hallowell. Commencing at a stake on westerly line of Cedar street, set at a point on said w'ly lino of Cedar street distant 49.87 ft in a sly direc tion from where the n'ly line of lot "C,"' Bazille's addition to St. Paul, intersects the w*iy line of said Cedar street; thence sly along said w'ly line of Cedar st 78.43 ft to a stake; thence w'ly 130.025 ft to a stake on the ely line of an alley; thence n'ly along said ely line of said alley 52.85 ft to a stake thence ely 97.80 ft to begin ning, being parts of lots ■"•(J" and "B," Bazille's addition to St.Paul 1-9*B 71 50 CO $493 70 $103 00 $395 70 Central Park Addition to St. Paul. • Paving Sewer Less Curb Balance Supposed owner and and con- Total put in by of description. Lot. Block. Curbing, nections. Benefits. Owner. Benefits Win Dawson et al ..i.... 32 3 5538 30 $0 00 $538 30 $0 00 $538 30 same etal 1 3 538 30 0 00 538 30 0 00 538 30 Paving s Sewer Less Curb Balance Supposed owner and and Con- Total put in by of description. • Curbing, nections. Benefits. Owner. Benefits City of St. Paul (Central park, so called) $963 20 $0 00 1963 20 $199 00 $704 20 TO Simonton. An alley 10 feet wide running through that part of lot "B," Bazille's addition to St.Paul, lying northerly of East Summit avenue, ami bounded n'ly by 8 line of lot "C," said ad- • dition, ely by llallowell's land, sly by East Summit avenue, and w'ly by land of Patrick Butler, being in St. Paul, Min nesota $18 33 $0 00 $43 35 $0 00 $48 35 - Rearrangement of Blocks 0 and 7, Central Park Addition to St. Paul. . .'"'-' > -.'*' Paving Sewer Less curb Balance Supposed owner and and con- Total put in by of description. Lot. Block, curbing. nections. benefits, owner, benefits Sherwood Hough 22 0 $531 85 $0 00 $53185 $110 00 $42185 Chas B Lanibom l 0 53185 0 00 53185 0 00 53185 Central Park Addition to St. Paul. Paving Sower Less curb Balance Supposed owner and and con- Total put in by of description. _ Lot. Block, curbing, nections. benefits, owner.' benefits Cri 1. Lamprey : 5 $1,518 20 $138 00 $1,650 20 $0 (Hi $1,050 20 Crank W Lindeke I -4".* 120 90 2:! 00 113 90 25 00 lis 90 same 2 4 120 90 -0 00 120 90 25 00 95 90 same 3 4 120 90 0 00 120 90 25 00 95 90 same 4 4 120 90 23 00 143 90 25 00 118 90 Emma L Slltilz 5 4 120 90 0 00 120 90 25 00 95 90 same « 4 120 90 0 HO 120 90 25 00 95 90 same 7 4 120 90 0 00 120 90 25 00 95 90 same 8 4 120 90 0 00 120 90 25 00 95 90 Litchfield's Subdivision of Mcdill's Addition to St. Paul. raving Sewer Less curb Balance Supposed owner and and con- Total put in by of description. Lot. Block, curbing, nections. benefits, owner, benefits John C Nelson et al 10 l $193 40 $0 00 $193 40 $000 $193 40 sameetal ' 17 l 193 40 0 00 193 40 0 00 193 40 same etal ...IS 1 027 00 0 00 027 00 0 00 027 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 meeting. Official: R. L. GORMAN, President. W. F. Kiiwix. Clerk Board of Public Works. 257-258 Confirmation of Assessment lor Opening, Widening and Extending Ridgewood Avenue. Office of tiif. Board of Public Works, l City of St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 11, 1388. ( The assessment of benefits, damages, costs and expenses arising from open ing, widening and extending Ridgewood avenue, between Victoria street and Lombard avenue, in the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, having been completed by the Board of Public Works in and for said city, said Hoard will meet* at their office in said city at 2p. m. on the 27th day of September, A. I). 1888, to hear 00 --jections (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. The following is a list of the supposed owners' names, a description of the prop erty benefited or damaged, and the amounts. assessed against the same, to-wit-. ..- .-• — •'... - . Supposed owner and Balance Balance description. * Benefits. Damages, to owner, to city J. Zaehmann. That part of lot 2of subdi vision of Ayd's Farm; St. Paul, lying northerly of railroad, except railroad, in the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, lying within the lines of a strip ten feet wide between the ely terminus of Ridgewood avenue and Victoria street, the n'ly line of which strip shall be the n'ly line of Ridgewoc*d avenue, produced from Its pres ent e'lv terminus to Victoria street. Taken for Ridgewood avenue $300 00") same. That part of lot 2 of subdivision of | Ayd's Farm, St. Paul, lying northerly of [ ._ ft . ft railroad, in the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, j* ♦* 00 *° 00 j except railroad and part taken for Ridge wood avenue $300 00 J C, M & St. Paul Railway Company. That part of lots, subdivision of Ayd's Farm, ,# lying northerly of the right of way of the ('. M & St. Paul Railway company, being in St. Paul, Minnesota. Taken for Ridgewood avenue $0 00 $300 00 $300 00 $0 00 Ridgewood Park Addition to St. Paul. Ridgewood Park Addition to St. Paul. Supposed owner and Supposed owner nne description. Lot. Block. Benefits description. Lot. Block. Benefits AdamCKidd 3 " 9 $10 75 Geo C Harper et al . .39 7 11 00 same..... 4 9 10 75 same al 40 7 880 same 15 8 23 00 sameetal 41 7 8 80 same 16 8 27 50 sameetal 42 7 22 00 same... 2! 7 8 80 sameetal 1 7 19 80 same... : 24 "*-v7 880 sameetal I 4 13 20 same — 25 7 880 sameetal.... 2 4 1100 same..... 28 7 880 sameetal 3 4 880 same 27 7 880 sameetal 4 4 8 80 same 28 ;'•-._■ 7*s 880 sameetal 5; 4 880 same 29 7 8 80 same et af « 4 33 00 same..... ...30 7 8 80 sa,n ®%*.*-V ii 1 , 7 qS2 All objections to said assessment must siU,ie '.',' 7 2 v,, be made iii writing and filed with the bane........ '.',' , o S Clerk of said Board at least one day prior same V Kritsi-h j4 7 &so t0 SaW m p.. t -,,„ .Joh,iAFritsch......3s 7 880 •»»* meUip-. GORMAN, President. 5ame........ "£ I 880 official: TO l? erwis, JohnAMcCowen....37 7 ;8 80 . • C]crk i>„.,..,i *'^gjj,^^ ... m o u/ , 257-208 Cleik lioiiitl ol 1 nolle \\ oiks same -k> i o so . 1 " ■ Assessment for Grading Terrace o Park Avenue. •■ -•• - : Office Board of Purlic Works, ) City op St. PAUL.M'mn., Sept. 11,1883. » The Board of Public Works in and for ; the corporation of the city of St. Paul, \ Minnesota, will meet at their office In i said city at 2 p. in. on the 24th day of Sep- > tember, A. I>. 1868. to make an assess ment of benefits, costs and expenses arising from grading Terrace Park ave nue, from Wilder avenue toSt. Anthony avenue, in said city, on the property on the line of said improvement, . and deemed benefited thereby amounting in the aggregate to $1, 074.155. All persons interested are hereby no tified to be present at said time and place of making said assessment, and will be heard. - r*< R. L. GORMAN, President.. Official: - W.F. Erwi.n, . j 257-258 .'; - Clerk Board of Public. Works. ,- 9 Assessment for Sewer on Afar fin Street. — ; : - * Officf. Board of Public Works, ) City of St. Paul, Mian., Sept. 11.1883. I The Board of Public Works in and for the corporation of the city of St. Paul, Minnesota, will meet at their office in said city at 2 p. m. on the 21th day of September, A. I>. 1888, to make an assessment of benefits, costs and ex penses arising from constructing a sewer on Martin street, from Rice street to Virginia avenue, in said city, on the property on the line of said im provement, and deemed benefited thereby amounting in the aggregate to $4,533.95. All persons interested are hereby noti fied to be present at said lime and place of making said assessment, and will be heard. ' R. L. GORMAN", President. Official: W. F.Eitwi*****, ■ 257-258 ;. Clerk Board o. Public Works.