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ANTI-OPTION NOT IN IT
Chicago Markets Losing Fear
of the Bills as Factors in
Trade.
The Feeling in Wheat Was
Strong-, But Heavy Sell
ing 1 Prevailed.
Operators on the New York
Stock Exchange Evening
Up on Deals.
Coal Stocks Still Traded in
Heavily, But Small Gen
eral Changes.
Chicago, Feb. 13.— The wVat market was
rather strong most of the day. The news
was mostly bullish, and the buying was at
times quite sharp, though largely professiou
al, the outside business still being black.
The anti-option bill now peudiug in congress
■was less of a factor in the trading than it has
been for several days past, as the impression
■eems to te gaining ground on the board that
li will not become a law, at least in its orig
inal form. Caoles opened higher and strong,
Liverpool being >-2©ld ud, and private ad
vices from Paris reported a decided up turn
there on continued crop damage reports. A
Paris cable, forwarded by a Xew York firm,
Biiid: "Crop aamage not exaggerated; plant
dry ana dead."
The seaboard and interior markets all
started higher, and for a time there was
fairly active trading here. The buying orders
seemed to come chiefly from New York, aud
were executed through Mitchell, Coster-Mar
tin. Irwiu-Green and "Cush" Gilford. The
H'liing was cautions, and snorts covered
pretty freely. For a time the market main
tained itself stubbornly. May selling from
{iClic to9l'sc. and held for a considerable
time at 907^fe'.'le. Then Pardridge began to
sell and seemed determined to rill the crowd
up. For a time the otters were readily ab
sorbed, but liualiy the price began to yield.
This was the signal for some of the early
buyers to begin unloading, and the weakness
increased.
Then the crowd began to suspect that^ew
York had been bulling the market to get a
hard spot to sell on, and the trade began to
show nervousness, and on the free offerings
cradualiv sold off to 90«2C. During the last
hour, however, there was a reaction and May
Closed strong at ltl©9li.6e. The week's ex
ports decreased 1.100,000 bu In comparison
witn the week's previous and the available
ttoeks showed a decrease of 84<>,'ioobu. The
►eaboard clearances for two days were only
moderate. A cable from Liverpool that H.
Kains Jackson, the well-known English
statistician, had estimated that the wheat
crop of the worid was 48.000,000 bu short of
the requirements, had a strengthening effect
on the market.
Corn quiet and weak; the demand was
rather sluggish, and, as some large lots were
thrown on the market, prices yielded some.
D. B. Siblev was said to have sold out a large
Mne of loug corn, bought on the recent break,
and the trade was too small to tiike it with
out causing some depression. May opened
fee higher, at 4:*fcc, In sympathy with the
itreiigtl; in wheat and because of an advance
of ud at Liverpool, and worked slowly down
to 41"se, assisted by large estimated receipts
Jlondny, but rallied in the lHst hour with
wheat, nnd closed steady at 4-'i,BC.
Oats were dull aud easy, closing with a loss
of i,fec.
The receipts ol hogs were light, and prices
itendv. Hog products opened riim, in sym
pathy with wheat, aud advanced slightly,
iben weakened some, and closed with slight
jtins on pork and lard, but with ribs un
changed.
Estimated receipts for Mouday: Wheat,
ICO cars; corn, 4CJ cars; oats, 340 cars; hogs,
26,000 head.
The leading futures range as follows:
*" I Open- High- Low- Clos-
Akticles. ing. est. est. ing.
JCo. 2 Wheat —
February 87^ 87% 87i,fe 87%
May..... 91i* 91^ 90V2 OIVs
Ro. 2 Corn—
February 4C% 4C% 40% 4C%
March 41% <1% 41Vi 4US
May 425* 4£i* 41% 421*
Ko. 2 Oats-
February 29J4 2!Ui 29 29
May....: 31% 31% 31% 31V2
Pork—
February 1172^1175 11 65 11 72ii>
May 12(i2«£12 05 11 95 12 021&
Lard-
February 650 655 650 655
May....! b C7V2 6 72'^s 6 67V2 6 72^
Short Ribs-
February 585 5 921.* 585 5 87V2
May.....' 6 ft> 6l^ 605 6 07V2
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour
duli and steady. Wheat — No.2 spring, 87% c;
><o. 3 spring, 8'.»,.»c; No. 2 red, OC^sc. Corn —
No. 2, 4( ',2C. Oats— No. 2, SSQSU^tc; No. 2
white. 31^(§i3^i2e.; No. 3 white, [email protected]{2i*c.
Rye— No. 2, 82c. Barley— No. 2. [email protected]: No.
3. r. o. b., 4i'@s7c: Nc. 4, f. o. b., [email protected]
Flaxseed— 1, 05% c .. Timothy Seed-
Prime, [email protected] Mets pork, per bbl, $8.60.
I.ard, per lUJ lbs. $tj.55®fi.57i,'2. Short ribs,
fides (loose), S*>.B7^. Dry salted shoulders
(boxed), $.*[email protected] Short clear sides (boxed).
Sti.2t'3;(J.2.i. Whisky — Distillers' finished
goods, rer gal. $1.14. Sugars unchanged.
Corn. No. 3, 3"[email protected]»C Receipts— Flour, 20,
--bbls; wheat, W.iXK.'bn; corn. 179,000 bu;
oais. iß7.o;' ! obu. rye. 12.0C0 bu; hnrley, 87,000
bu. Shipments— Klour, 36.000 bKls: wheat,
S'.OOObu; corn, 2G4.000 bu; oats, 376.000 bu
r>e, 15,000 bu ; barley. 69,000 bu. On the prod
uce exchange today the butter market was
eusier; fancy creamery, [email protected]; fine Western,
S€®27c; ordinary, 22®25c; selected dairies,
a:-:@.6c; ordinary, [email protected] Eggs, [email protected]
R. M. NEWPORT & SON
INVESTMENT BANKERS,
Lean money on Improved property In St.
I'aul and Minneapolis
At <t Per Cent *>Ou or Before.
ICew Pioneer Press Building. St. Paul.
l<eeve Building. Minneapolis.
Dulutli Wheat.
Special to the Globe.
Dri.i-TH. Feb. 13.— The market was quite
■trong this morning, due to good buying
orders and strong cables. May and cash
both opened lc higher. The demand for
track wheat for milling purposes was good,
at lc over Thursday's tigures. The early ad
vance was well sustained by continued bull
ish i«;ws. There was a good trade in May
wheat,several trades in largft lots being made.
There was also eooa demand from outside.
The close was fairly active with trades iv
May, aud at an advance of lc for cash ana
February and H4c for May, as follows-
Ko. 1 hard. o. t.. fOVtCi cash, 83^c: Febru
ary, 85% c; May, 90% c. No. 1 northern, o. t,
65i.2C:casb, 84c: February, 84Vic; May, 8914 c.
>io. 2 northern, Cash, 78c. Keceipts— Wheat,
199.142 bu; flax, 8,954 bu. Shipments —
Wheat— l3,B2l bu. Cars Inspected In—
Wheat— No. 1 hard, 24; No. 1 northern, 131:
Ko. 2 northern, 12; No. 3, 33; rejected, 10; 110
crade, 9: total, 219. Flax. 5, Cnrs on Track—
Wheat— St. Paul & Dulutb, 52: Northern Pa
cihe, 85; Great Northern, 138: Omaha s
total, 260. Last Year— Wheat, 79. ' *
SHIP YOUR WHEAT,
BARLEY, BYE, OATS AND HAI
TO
ECKERT, WILLIAMS & Co.
DULUTH, MINN.
Consignments Solicited
UTeu York Produce.
New Yor.K, Feb. 13.— Flour— Receipts 32 900
•acks; exports. 7.800 sacks; sales, 15,100
bbls. Commenl quiet. Wheat — Receipts
89.100 bu; exports, 57,898 bu; spot market
higher, fair to active; No. 2 red, $1 04U<a.
1.0J1.2 in store and elevator, «l.os^@|.ts&h
afloat. [email protected]% f. o. b.; No. 3 red|
|1.01i2©1.02; ungraded red. [email protected]$l
Ko.l northern, SLO--.v @l.o6Vfe; No. 1 hard.
[email protected]; options early were % to H»c
up on better cables and foreign buvintr
With reported datnp.gc to the French crop
fell %g&stsc on realizing; advanced i,s(a%c on
export trading, aud closing steady at
te©Hic over yesterday: No. 2 red, February
$1.U4%(&1.04% closing, $1,041-; April. SI 03%
e>l.o4^, closing at $1.04: May. [email protected] o°iw
Closing at $Lo2i*; June, Sl.oC&[email protected], closinii
»t$l.OU%; July, SMd®9B%c, closing at ot>7 8 e
Eye stronger, more demand; \v e stern, 94®
90c. Barley quiet, steady; No. 2 Milwaukee
7(@7lc. Bailey malt dull; Canada couutry
xnade, Ssc. .Receipts. 156,000 bu; ex
ports, SOO bu; sales. 470,000 bu futures, 131,000
bu spot; spots irregular, closing weak, quiet;
No. 2. 495igc elevator. 50%@5C%c afloat: un
graded mixed. [email protected]!c; No. 3, 48».*>@49t/2c;
•teamer ■ mixed, 4'.'@soi&e; options offered
Ireely, with some months %c lower on a dull
trade aud increasing supplies; February, 49%
@49% c closing at 49% c; March. 49%@50c,
closing at A pril, ">oiAc, closing at 50% c:
May, 4S%@so>Ac. closing at 49« c: June, 49®
60c; July, 49c. Oats— Ueceipts. 119,500 bu;
exports, 1,601 bu; sales, 80,000 bu futures,6l,
--000 bu spot; spot stronger, quiet: options
dull, unchanged to %c up: firm: February,
|6%c; March, 63% c; May,37%@37%c, closing
»t37%c; spot No. 2 white, 37%(0,jtc; miexd
Western. 86tfeQ3ftkG< wbito Western. 37© '
41>,2C: No. •_• Chicago, [email protected] Hay
steady: shipping. 85e: good to choice, 7C(i£
96c. "lloiis quiet, easy; state common to
choice, [email protected]; Pacjflc coast. 19©25 c. -Coffee
— i>piioiiß opened steady, . unchanged to i
points np, . closed bleady, unchanged to 15
points up; sales, 3i,3j0 bags, including:
February. 13.70 c: March. 13.3' ©tJ.U5c : April,
13.00 c; Mar, 12.95 c; June. rJ.7;'^12.83c; July,
[email protected],75; September, 12.5r<trl2.r>0; Octo
ber. 12.40 c; spot Uio dull, easy; No. 7. 14%
@Msc. Suicar— quiet, steady; refined
quiet, steady. Moiasses— Foreign - quiet,
firm: 50 test, at U'%c; New Orleans dull,
steady: common to fnucy. [email protected] Cotton
seed oil quiet, steady; crude, 2" i,»: yellow,
'.'•. ■..; .'.'i*c. Tuliow quiet: city, (i-.' for pack
ages) 4 0-IG®4SSjc. Rosiu dull, steady; refilled
common to good, |l.d @1.35. Turpentine
quiet, firm. 34»i>@:;Ce. Eggs firmer: Western,
3t'c. Hides inactive, stendy; wet salted. New
Orleans selectious.4:@7s [email protected]: Texas.
*elcctid. 4{ ■.•-ill i pounds. [email protected] Pork quiet
steady; mess, $0.7."i® 10.50; extra prime, SlO.
Cut meats quiet, linn. Pickled bellies, C',ie;
do shoulders. 8c; do hams, 9c. Middles dnll;
short clear, $6.7% Lard quiet; Western steam,
$8.25 bid; option sales, 250 tcs: -■February.
56.54: March. $tt.Bs®B.B7\S : • May. [email protected];
July. $7.l7 bid. Butter quiet; lairlv steady:
Western dairy, lf®23c; Western creamery,
21©31e; Western factory, [email protected]; Elgin,
;!.'i»(f^:tlc. cheese, Brm; moderately active;
part [email protected]|i Pig iron dull; American,
[email protected] Copper firm. Quiet; lake,
[email protected] Lend quiet; domestic, $4.75.
Tin inactive, steady; stmils, 519.60.
.llilwaukcc Produce.
Milwauk ee. Feb. 13.— Flour quiet. Wheat
firm: May, BS4bc; No. 2 spring, c;No. 1
nortlieni. 91c. Corn quiet: No. 3, 3si ! ->@3oc.
Oats steady; No. 2 wliite. H2V2C; No. 3 white,
[email protected]:si',sc. Barley active; In a 2, 54c: sample,
[email protected] Rye firm; No. 1, SUaC Pork— May,
512.05. Lard— $0.70. Receipts— Flour,
5.000 bbls; wheat. 28.000 bu; barley. 41,300 bu.
Shipments— 300 bbis; wheat, 500 bu;
barley, 13,3u0bu." •;■-.
St. I.ouis Produce.
St. Louis, Feb. 13.— Flour firm, but not
quotable higher. Wheat opened higher, de
clined, then rallied and closed %c better than
yesterday ; No. 2 red, cash, [email protected]/2c; May
closed 92Uc; July, 87% c. Corn opened high
er but declined agnin and closed Vsc lower
than yesterday: No. 2 mixed, cash, 3U%c;
February, 37c:'Mareh. 373«e. asked; May, 37%
@3Sc. Oats dull aud lower; No. 2 cash, 30i*>c;
May. 31% c Rye steady; No. 2 cash, 80c. Bar
ley quiet; one car Washington at 93c,
Timothy, $9.30.
Toledo Grain.
Toledo, 0., Feb. 13.— Wheat firm, higher:
No. 2 cash and February, 94c; May, 9diAc.
No. 1 wnite cash, 95c. Corn dull; No. 2
cash. 4Hse: No. 3, 4ic. Oats quiet: cash,
3-' c. Rye dull; cash, 83c. Cloverseed dull,
steady; prime cash, .February and March,
$5.05.
i 575 Canital and Surplus!
We have always In BANKsufficient of our
own funds to purchase within a lew hours
all good improved and vacant property mort
gage loans offered.
St. Paul Tit Insurant anJ Trust C 3
FENAMCUJL.
j\*ew York.
New York, Feb. 13.— The stock maiket to
day was nothing more than the final evening
up of a very active and eventful week, and
while the coal stocks furnished rather more
than their quota of transactions, and the pre
pondereuce of Reading was even greater
than for the last few days, the market was
steadier and the change in everything but a
few stocks insignificant. The feeling now is
that the coal stocscs will settle down to a
tissiti where the dealings in them will be
much lighter than during the week now
ended.
The general mnrket opened firm at some
small advances over last night's figures as a
rule, but Reading was down 1 per cent at
SSVs; LacKawanna 1%, at 158J&. and Jersey
Central 3M». at 133 I&. The last two rallied
sharply, but Reading was further forced off
to 5. This ended the decline, however,
and it rallied to 59. and aftervery large trans
actious closed at 58%. Jersey recovered its
loss and closed unchanged, but after a full
recovery bagged away again and closed with
a loss. Among the rest of the list New
England and Union Pacific developed
marked strength, the latter under the influ
ence or foreign buying, but New England
finally lost all of its improvement.
In the inactive shares lowa Central contin
ued its rapid rise on rumors . of a dividend,
but closed at a material concession from its
best figure. The Susquebanna & Western
stocks had a little boom, and the preferred
rose about 4 per cent, but outside of these
stocks the rest of the market displayed no
life or feature, and fluctuated within narrow
limits throughout the session. The market
finally closed firm at slightly higher fitrures
than last night's close. Union Pacific, how
ever, is up 1%, lowa Central pieferred Ufc,
and Susquehauna & Western preferred '6Vt
per cent.
In the railroad hond market the Reading
issues still furnished about one-half the
business and, while they fluctuated with less
force than usual of late, and finally closed at
insignificant chances, the rest of the market
failed to develop any feature of note and the ■
closing figures are at about last night's fig
ures. Total transactions were $2,000,1*0, out
of which Reading contributed $1,550,000.
There were a few material changes.
Total Sales of Stocks
today were 431,237 shares, including:
Atchison 2,100 North. Pac. pfd 3,050
Chicago Gas. ... (5,650 New England.. 23,089
Del., L. W... 21,352 Reading 25.210
Del. <St Hudson. 244 Rich. &W. P... 4.470
Erie .. 29.165 St. Paul 5.100
Louisville &N. 3,525 Union Pacific... 12,759
N. J. Central... 3,830
Stocks— Closing.
Atchison 30 ft! Northwestern. llt>7fc
Adams Express.. l 43 do pfd 144%
Alton & Terra 11. 31Va N. Y. Central.. .114^
do pfd 126 N". V., C. & St. L. 18%
A co. Express 116 Vi do pfd...; 74
B. C. R. & N 45 Ohio& Miss 21%
Canadian Pacific. 89% do pfd 85
Can.Southern ... 60«,*t Ontario West" v 21 i,fe
Central Pacific... SlViOregon Ircprov't. 27
Ches. & Ohio .. . 24V4 Oregou Nay 88
do Ist pfd 60 North American. 16%
do2dpfd 42i£ Pacific Mail 37
Chicago & Alton.l4o P., D. & E.... .. 20
C. B. &Q. 107« A Pittsburg ISO
Rio Grande West. 37 Pullman P. Car.. lßß
dopfd. 69 Reading. ....... 58%
C..C..C. & St. L.. 7H4 Rock Island 90%
Distillers' 5078 StL.&S.P.lstpfd 76
Del. & Hudson... l34l* St. Paul 777fc'
D.. L& W 159% do pfd.... 12G%
D. &R. G. pf-J.. . 47% St P.. M. &M; .-.115V6
East Tennessee.. 7 St. P. & Omaha.. 48
do Ist pfd 45 do pfd 114
do2d pfd: 17 Term. C. & 1 43
Erie 32% Texas Pacific.... 11
do pfd 74i& Tol. &O. C. pfd. 85
Fort Wayne 152 Union Pacific... 46%
Chicago &E. 111.. CBV2 U. S. Express . . 47V»
Hocking Valley.. 31U U. P., D. G.... 7d
Houston & Texas 3 Wab.,St. L. & P.. 13
Illinois Central.. lO6V2! do pfd 29i£
Paul & Duluth 44 Wells-Fnrgo Ex. .140
Kansas & Texas.. 17 Western Union.. bUYs
Lake Erie & W.. . 21% Am. Cotton Oil.. 343.4
do pfd ".. 72 Colorado C0a1... 87
Lake Shore 122% Uomestake 12
Louisville <fc N... 75%] Iron Silver 140
Louis. &N. A .. 27 Mi Ontario.. 42
Memphis & C has. 2tl Quicksilver 3Vs
Mich. Central.. 106J2 do pfd l«n*>
M.. L. S. &\V .... 92 Sutro 5*
dopfd... 12S'/b Bulwer ...... 40
Mpls. & St. Louis 814 It. & W. P. Ter. IOMj
do t>fd 20 Great N'rth'n 122
Missouri Pacific. 02 Ws. Central 18
Mobile & 0hi0... 39V4 Chicago Ga5..... 79%
Nash. Chatt 87 lead Trust...... 20ife
N. J. Ceutral 137 |Sugar Trust 82%
In. & \V. pfd ... 50«,S> j Southern Pacific. 39
Northern Pacific. 24%|0. S. L.& U. N... 26V4
pfd 70 1 ■
Government and State Bonds,
Government bonds have been dull and
Eteady. State bonds neglected.
U. S. 4s reg IIOV2 Erie 107
do 4s coup 116V!2 Mutual Union 65.108
. do 4V«sreg 100 N. J. C. int. cer.H2\i
Pacific 9s of '95... 109 N. Pacificists 1161%
La. stamped 45.. .. 84 do 2d5...... 114V1
Term. new set. G5.105 N. \V. consols. 137
do ss. .. .......100i«2 do deb. 15... 1061/2
do 35... 71 St. L. &I.M. G.ss 85%
Can. SoutlTu 2d5.102>& St. L.& S. F. G.M.107V2
Cen. Pacific lsts.lO6ii St. Paul conKO'.s..l2B
D. &R. G. lsts. . .117 St. P.,C. &P. Jsts.ll6V>
do 4s .....79 T. P. L. G. T. R.. 79 "
R. G. Western . . 77i.ij T. P. R. G. T. R. 29J4
M.K.& T.&T. 6s. SOI*; Union Pac. 15t5..107i,8
do ss. 49% West Shore 103%
GERMANIA BANK,
(6TA.TI CA2CK.)
PAID VP CAPITAL. - . 400,000
Surplus and undivided profits, $55,000.
H.B. Strait. 'VV olux Bickel.
Bank Statement.
New York, Feb. 13.— The weekly bank
statement shows the following changes: Re
serve, increase, $212,400: loans, increase, $f,.
--637,700; specie, increase, $943,300; legal ten
ders, increase, $817,900; deposits, increase,"
$0,195,200; circulation, increase. $1G,400. The
banks now hold $33,653,825 in excess of the
requirements of the 25 per cent ruler" ■-'■_
Specie Movement.
New York, Feb. 13.— Exports of gold from
New York for the week ending today wss
$309,350, of silver $716,333; imports of gold
were $911,381, of silver $27,992.
: ' Money Market.
Chicago, Feb. 13.— Money easy at 4«,*>®6
per cent. 2s ew York exchange, 10c pre
THE SAINT PAUL PAILY GLOBE: MONDAY MORNING. FEBBUAHY 15, 1802.
miiini. Sterling exchange dull atf4.KM2 fcr
sixty day bills and $4.88 for sight drafts.
Nkw Voiik, Feb. 13.— Money on call easy
with no lonns; closed offered at 2. Prime
mercantile paper. HttQSfe. sterling ex
cbauge qnlet but steady at $4.85% for Bixty
day bills mill $1.85Vt for demand.
B.Ol' \\. UUtUI In
s<. Paul Produce.
Our quotations and market values are al
most entirely for commission lots, on orders
Bold from first hands. Dealers sendiug small
oraers to this market should not expect to
have them filled at the inside figures or quo
tations, as f-hippimj stock is always of se
lected varieties and best qualities. .
Receipts of corn aud oats about equal to
the demand, markets ruling steady and linn,
with but Mnnll change in prices. Good,
sound, bright barley is wanted by sbippeH
Bi;d nialsiers: dis-colored ana poor slow sale.
Keceipts ot hay still continue, largely in
excess of the demand, ana the market is very
slow.
Receipt! of da'ry products are good, prices
remain very stoadv, there being a fairly act
ive demand for all qualities.
For produce we note but slight change in
quotations.
Fruits, California, tropical and others, are
in full supply.
Dealers have on hand full supplies of po
tatoes and all kinds of vegetables.
For strictly fresh eggs the supply about
equal to demand. Maruet weaker and ship
pers should govern themselves accordingly.
The quotations are:
Wheat— 1 hard, 8."c: No. 1 northern, 83
@84c; No. 2 northern, [email protected]
Corn -No. 3, 33<&31c: yellow. 34®36c.
Oats— No. 2, 2ri,[email protected]; No. 2 white, 2SV2©
29c; No. 3. 2^V2®29Vic
Barley and Rye— No. S,siX§£Sc; No. 3, [email protected]
42c; No. 2 rye, 7:'©7Hc: malt, 65®75c.
Ground Feed and Mill Stuffs— on all
best grades are governed by corn and oats.
No. 1, [email protected]; No. 3, $15.7.".<&1&25: low
grade. $13®14. Cornmeal. bolted. $17(&18;
unbolted, $14.50. Bran, bulk. [email protected]
Flour— Prices steady; trade active at quo
tations. Patents, $4.5C®5; straight, [email protected]».50;
bakers'. [email protected]; rye, [email protected],50; buck
wheat. $4.75<&5.
Hay— No. 1 upland. $«@8.50; No. 2 up
land,S7.so®S: No. 1 wild,s7.so®B: No. 2 wild.
$6.5 f '<rt7.so; No. 1 timothy, [email protected]; No. 2
timothy, $i'©li;.
Butter— Creamery, [email protected]; first creamery,
24®25c; second creamery in tubs, 21®22c:
lirst dairy, [email protected]; second dairy, [email protected];
packing stock, [email protected],2C.
Cheese— Full cream, [email protected]'2C: primost, 1%
8c : brick, [email protected]; Limberger, [email protected] ; Young
America. [email protected]
Dressed Hogs— sl©4.2s.
Poultry— iurkeys,[email protected]'2C ; dreEsed
spring chickens, 10®lIc;"dressed hens,[email protected];
dressed ducks and geese, lu®llc.
Vegetables— Hubbard squash, [email protected]' per
doz: potatoes, [email protected]'c bu; sweet pouitoes,
Illiuois. S3-75®3; onions, per bu, 6.">@7Jc:
cabbages, crate. [email protected] 25; Deets, doz, 35c;
lettuce, doz, 4L'c.
Beans— Navy baud-picked, per bu, $I.oo®
2.10: medium hand-picked, per bu, $I.SJ©
1.00; navy, per bu. $1.6n©1.75: peas, per bu,
yeljow. 9"ic; peas, per bu, preen, [email protected]
Grapes— Malaga, keg. [email protected]
Apples— Fancy. 53.50; choice, 52.50®2.75;
good standard. 52(&2.3:>; pood Jenitons, car
Jots, $1.90(^2; choice. 5J.1([email protected]; pineapples,
per doz, 53.25.
Berries— Bell and bugle, $*[email protected]: bell and
cherry, §7.50® 7.75; Cape Cod, [email protected]
Fruits— Oranges— California navels, $375;
seedless. [email protected]; Florida, [email protected]: Mexican.
[email protected]; grape fruit, [email protected] Lem
ons—Fancy, [email protected]; choice. [email protected]:
Malaga, $3.£[email protected] Figs— Bags, GO-lb, 9c;
2-crown. 14c; 3-erowu, 16c; 5-crown, 21c.
Dates— Hallowee, 60-lb boxes, 7c; Persian,
50-lD boxes. 51-jc: Sayre,6o-ib boxes.sc; Fards,
10-lt> boxes, lie; golden. 10-lb boxes. Bu>c. -
Miscellaneous— Veiil, per 100 [email protected];
hides, steer, green, per lb, SV2C ; hides, cow,
green, per 4c; hides', calf, green, per lb,
6c: hides, steer, salt, per lb, Gty>©7c; hides,
cow, salt, per lb. [email protected]; pells, 25c®i
$1.50; wool, wastied. 25c; unwa.^bed, 15
<&17c; tallow. 4c. pork, mess. 512©13; beef,
$8.50; baeon,[email protected]: hams. [email protected]&',c: lard,
[email protected]; hops, 21c; apple cicer, $5.50 per bbl.
Nuts —.Peanuts, raw, [email protected]: peanuts,
roasted, 8c; walnuts, California, [email protected];
Grenoble, 16c; Naples, lCc: pecans. I:!©i6c;
Brazils, new, [email protected]; almouds, Terragona,
18c; almonds, California, 17c.
S. H. WOOD & CO.
Grain and Stock Brokers,
MI.NMiAPOLIS, MINN.
TO FARMERS AND SIIIPPERS-Ship your
•*■ Grain to us: we will sell it ■well and
quickly ; or if the market is weak we will
(store it and sell when the market is highest,
and will loan you what money you need on
it at 8 per cent. • •
J^""Write for for our special market letter.
JMOiSEArOLIS MARKETS.
Chamber oi* Commerce.
The demaud was fair for ■ wheat, and the
sales were en a higher scale, going about 14c
nbove the riso of Friday. The larger part of
the day was spent with the market firm
Along about the uoon hour the demand
slackened and prices fell again. The exports
tor the week were smaller by nearly 1,01)0.000
bu thpn last week. On the other side was
the later firmness in both . Fiance nnd the
United Kingdom that imparted confidence
and greater freedom of purchase. The ar
rivals of wheat at country points are light. '
Wheat closed as follows: No. 1 hard, o. t.,
67c; No. 1 northern, February, 81c; .May,
BC%c; o. t.. 85V2C; No. 2 northern, o. t., 82
@>::c.
Flour — Demand good and prices quoted:
Patents in sacks to local dealers. Patents,
,[email protected]; bakers' superfine, 51..t0<52.75 for
low grades in bags, including red dog. ■•
Brau and Shorts-Steady at [email protected] for
bran: shorts, J>ll©l2.
Corn— Nominal ; quoted at [email protected] for
yellow.
Oats— Quoted at [email protected]>£c for choice No. 2
•white.
Rye— fair demand; quoted at [email protected],
f. 0. b., nominal.
Barley— 3:[email protected] for good No. 3.
Flax — Quoted at [email protected] in Chicago,
bought here less the frsight.
Feed— Quoted at [email protected]
Hay— s7(&9.f>o for upland -, timothy nom
inal at [email protected]'-!.
Sales Included: No. 1 hard, 1 car, f. o. b.,
88iac; No. 1 hard, 3 cars. 87V2C: No. 1 hard,
2 cars. 87% c; No. 1 northern, i cars,' 85% c:
No. 1 northern. 8 cars, B,"ie; No. 1 northern,
4 cars, sti'^c; No. 1 northern. 1 car. t. o. b.,
87'4c; No. 1 northern. C cars, 86V2C; No. 1
northern, 24 cars, 85V2C; No. 1 northern, 4D
cars. 86c; No. 1 northern, 5,000 bu, to arrive,
85«*>c; No. 1 northern. lOcnrs. toarrive, 85Vsc;
No. 2 northern, 7 cars, 82c: No. 2 northern.
5 cars, S2iUc; No. 2 northern, 1 car, choice, !
85c; No. 2 northern, 1 car. S4c; No. 2 north
ern, 4 cars, 83c; No. 3 northern, 4 cars, 80c;
No. 3 northeru, 8 cars, 76c; No. 3 north
ern, 2 cars, 7?c; No. 3 northern. 2 cars.
78c; No. 3 northern, 5 cars, 74c;
No. 3 northern, 3 cars, 1. o. b., 77V2C; No. 3
northern. 2 cars.f. o. b., 78c; rejected, 2 curs,
1. o. b., tiSc; rejected. 10 cars. Ilb off, 70c:
rejected. 9 cars, 1 lb off, 65c; rejected, 6 cars,
1 lb off, 08c; rejected, 3 cars, 1 lb off, 60c;
rejected, 1 car, lib off, 72c; no grade, 1 car.
1 lb off, 72c ; no grade. 1 car, Ilb off, 75c
no grade, 1 car, 1 lb off, 75c; no grade, 1
car. 1 lb off, 74c; no grade. 1 car, f. o. b.. 62c;
no grade, 1 car, f. o. b., 65c; no grade, 1 car,
f. 0. b.. 55c: no grade, 1 car, 74c: no grade, 1
car, 2 lbs off, t>Bc; barley, 1 car, f. o. b.. 35c;
No. 3 barley, 2 cars, t.-o. b., 41c; No. 4 barley,
1 car, o. t , 35c; No. 3 corn. lcar. o. t.. 34V2C;
No. 3 corn. 10 cars, 35c; No. 3 oats, 1 car. 28c.
No. 2 white oats. 1 car, 29c; No. 3 while oats,
1 car, 26V2C.
J-TATE GRAIX INSPECTION.
I- Spring Wheat .
Railways. Nol Nthn. 1 | No
i hd Nol N02.N03 Rej g'd
Gt. N.— Breck.div.i... 17' 6 11 13 ....
Gt. N.— F. F. div.. 1 19 4 8 10 10
C, M. &St. P. 2 26 ... 3 1
Mpl«. * St, Louis 25 4 ,1.:. ....
Soo Line I .... 11 "..; 3
Northern Pacific. 1 13 19 9 4 7
C, St. P., M. &0..1 5 31 6.... 2....
Kansas City ....... ! .... 2.... .... ..;.':
Totalgrades j 9 144 43 29 32 21
Other Grains — Oats — No. 3, 9 cars; no
grade, 1 car. Barley— No. 3, 10 cars; No. 4, 2
cars. Flax— 1, 2 cars: no grade. 1 car.
Inspected Out— Wheat— 1 hard, 4 cars;
No. 1 northern. 79 cars; No. 2. 16 cars; No. 3,
14 cars; rejected, 3 cars; no grade, 3 cars.
Corn— No. 3, 5 cars. Vlax— No. 1. 16 cars.
Flour Snipments— Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul, 5,050 bbls: Omaha, 4,159 bbls; Wis
consin Central, 6,100 bbls: Minneapolis &
Manitoba, 150 bbls; St. Paul & Duluth. 1,410
bbls: Kansas City, 2,247 bbls; Chicago, Bur
lington & Northern, 2,383 bbls; boo line, 2,083
bbls; Northern Pacific. 220 bbls.
Wheat Receipts by Car Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul, 56; Omaha. 31; St. Louis,
2i; Minneapolis & Manitoba. 107; Northern
Pacific, 42; Soo line, 5. ;...•
WHEAT MOVEMENT. Ship-
Receipts. ments
Minneapolis 108,960 ti'.u-t 1
Duluth... ... 97,«87 13272
Chicago ...... 69,755 37,021
Milwaukee, two days '..42,050 ..'..' 2,200
New York 153,000 173,587
Philadelphia, two day§ 3,338 - 10,609
Baltimore:...: ........;...:.. 53,103 24.000
Toledo, two day 5...;..... 15.290 13,200
Detroit, two days 14.618
St. L0ui5.:...;..".............. 89,000 179,000
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Received— Wheat 168.960 bu: corn, 1,800 bu:
oats, 15,120 bu ; barley. 5,680 bu ; flax, 2,000 bu :
flour, 966 bbls: hay, 118 tons; merchandise
1,300,407 lbs; lumber. 18 cars: barrel stock, 1
car: machinery, 408,840 lbs; coal, 1.618 tons:
■wood, 119 cords; cement, 200 bbls; ties, 8
cars; live stock. 6 cars; dressed meats,
62,810 1b5; hides, 23,500 lbs; sundries, 8 cars;
car lots, 493.
Shipped— Wheat, 69.440 bu: corn. 1,400 bu:
oats, 4,480 bu ; barley. 3,000 bu ; flax, 1,340
bu; flour, 24,394 bbls; millstuffs, 570 tons;
hay, 29 tons; merchandise, 1,085,5701b5; lum
ber, 99 cars; barrel stock, lear; tuachinerv,
138,000 lbs; live stock. 2 cars; tallow, 24,«10J
lbs; sundries, cars; car lots, 561.
"LIVE STOCK.
Chienfro.
CnicAoo. Feb. 13.— Cattle— Receipts. 2.503;
shipments, 500; market steady; natives. $3.10
©4.35; stockers, [email protected]; cows, $1.75®2.85.
Hogs— Keceipts, 12,000; Hhipmeute>, 2.OO.1:
market steady : - rough and common, $4.3 C©
1.05; mixed and packers, $1.7t©4.75; prime
heavy and butchers' weights, $4.80©4 85:
lights, $1.4C®4.75. Sheep— Receipts. 1,000;
market steady; ewes, $3.25©4.60; mixed, |
$4.5C®5; wethers and yearlings. $4.75©6; !
Westerns, $5.1C®5.55; lambs, $»[email protected]
I'lliou Slim-K.l
Ofticial receipts at South St. Paul: 980
hogs. 32 cattle, 2 sheep.
■ Hogs— Five cents lower, following Chicago
decline. Opening was' slow, andf.el!crs
worked hard to get yesterday's prices, but
nearly all sold to packers at fully 5c decline. •
A couple of loads were sold to outsidd par
ties, or billed through. Sorted heavies tsold
at $4.55; balance, $4.3C®4.45.
Cattle— Steady and active. Good butcher
material was short of the demand today, less
than two loads being received. These sold
readily, and one of the local dealers took
n few loads of cows and steers from
scalpers. Stockers and feeders In demand.
Thin cows and canning stock not wanted.
Demand is for better grade of butchers' ma
terial. Canucrs bold at; 75c: bulls, $1.60;
cows, $1.6*:©2.35; steers, $3.35. Quotations:
Prime steers, $'150©4: good steers.s2.so©3.so;
prime cows, $2.4 C©2.65: good cows, S'-'(§>'2.4o;
common to fair cows. $I©2: light veal calves,
$3©3.75: heavy calves. $2©3; stocners, $2©
2.40; feeders, [email protected]; bulls, Btags aud oxen,
$1.25®>.25.
Sheep— Steady; A few holdovers were sold
at $4.50. Quotations: Muttons. $t®(.75;
lambs, 5M®1.75: stockers and feeders, §3®4.
Petroleum.
New Yonk, FeD. 13.— Petroleum opened
firm but after the first sales became dull aud
remained so until the close. Pennsylvania
spot sales none; March option opening OUVsc;
highest, WHfec: lowest, COc; closing 60c. . Lima
oil no sales. Total sales, 15,000 bbls.
13ry (voods.
New York. Feb. 13.— There was no new
feature to the dry goods market. Popular
goods keep well sold up and prices nre steady.
Print cloths are very strong and low grades
are nlso firm. Business was quiet in woolen
fabrics. The jobr>ing trade was fair but not
up to last year's on ■ account of the , light
Southern patronage.
FOREIGN FINANCES.
Condition of the Markets Across
the Atlantic.
London. Feb. 14.— During the week past
there was a good demand for discount, which
was firm at 2 for three months aud 1% for
short. The stock exchange loan rates of dis
count WB9 1%. Bussiaand Austria conttu
ued t obuy gold, but the decline was moder
ate and dfd not affect the situation.' A re
port that £500,000 was coming from New York
assisted to ease the market. Silver was nota
bly depressed. The news of increased rates
from New York caused a relapse to the pre
vious lowest figure, with small chances of
revival. The stagnation of business in India
and the cessation of continental demand for
silver will assist to maintain this depression,
and without there is some favorable develop
ment in the United_ States or a sharD revival
in the cotton trade it will be difficult to raise
the value from the present level. Rupee
paper, in sympathy with silver, fell 7fc. The
chief interest in the stock exchange during
the week centured iv American railways and
coal stocks. Reading was in the lead, with
Erie and New York, Ontario & Western,
the favorites. Dealers expect a further rise
early in the coming week, especially as the
floating stock here is known to be very
scarce. Outside of coal stocks specula
tion was limited. The week's varia
tions in prices include the following,
increases:. Erie 2%. New York, Ontario &
Western 2V». New York. Pennsylvania & Ohio
1%. Louisville & Nashville l.a. Northern Pa
cific 1, Mexican Central, Norfolk & Western
preferred, Union Pacific and Atchison i*>
each. Decreases— & Rio Grande
preferred, H2: Wabash preferred, Lake
Shore, Missouri, Kansas & Texas and Ohio
and Alississippi IV2 each. Canadian railway
securities were quiet. Grand Trunk first audj
. second preferred both rose 84. The securities
of the Mexican railway were weak. Firsts
declined 1% on the week. The feature in tho
department of foreieu government securities
was the decline in Greek bonds, which fell
6% on the strength of a report from Athens
that the treasury was on ' the verge of bank
inptcy. The Morgans will issuefß7,ooo,OOOgold
bonds of the St. i^ouis Terminal railway.
Paris, Feb. 14. — The bour se was quiet dur L
ing the past week which had a dull ending.-
It is now propose.d that the French, English"
and German bondholders -appoint a oom- <
xniitee for concerted action in Lisbon.
Berlin, Feb. 14.— Business on the boerse
was dull during the week, especially iv . the
department of the foreign government securi
ties. Bank shares were firmer, but industrial
and mining stocks were weaker. ■- Yesterday's
closing quotations.- inciude: ■ •■•Prussian:
4s,- 10(1.50: Mexican 6s, 81.80;- Deutsch
bank, 160.50; Bochumer, 111: Har
peners, 137; short exchange on London.
20.30; long exchange on London, 20.31; pri
vate discount, IV2. The Jones failure in Mem-
T>his besides involving certain Bremen linns;
affected houses in Teleschen. Large drafts
on fictitious cottou cargoes have been dis
honored. The Reiehsbnuk has received from
America by way of Bremen several consign
ments of gold eagles in excess of the bullion
legally required, as security for the Reichs
bank's note issue, which aggregates 60,000,000
marks.
Frankfort, Feb. 14.— The boerse was quiet
during the week past. Today's unothcial
closing quotations include: Hungarian gold
rentes, < J-'.50; Italian fives, 90.20; Portuguese
Donds, 40.10; Spanish fours. 62.90; Russian
fours'. 92.75: Austrian credit, 260; short ex
change on London, 20.40; private dis
count, 1%. _ #B
Jackson I. Case lias entered .Jay-Eye-
See, trotting record 2:10, in pacing races
at several places. T he black gelding is
ii«w fourteen years old.
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION
Or OrrimniKTs Passed an<l Res
olutions Adopted l>y the Com
mon Council of the City of St.
Paul.
Bd F No. 785— Ordinance No. 1573—
An ordinance authorizing the St. Agatha's
Academy of Music to erect a frame addi
tion.
. The Common Council of the City of SL Paul
do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That authority and permission
be. and the same 58 hereby granted to tne St. .
Agatha's Academy of Music to erect a two
storv frame addition to their building, situ
ated on lot 7. block 5 of Daytou and Irvine's
Addition to St. Paul, which said addition
shall not exceed 35 feet in width by 50 feet
in length. All of said work shall be done
under the supervision of the Building In
spector upon obtaining the permit therefor.
Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take effect
and be in -force from and after Its passage.
Passed by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg, Bott, Conley. Cope
land, Dobner. Dorniden, Gehan, Melady, San
born, Sullivan— lo.
Nayss — Mr. Presiaent—
0.0. CULI.EN-,
President ot the Board 01 Aldermen.
Passed by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1892.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer. Elinquist. Hare,
McCafferty, McNamee, Murray, Mr. Vice Pres
ident — 7. :
Nays— o.
Wm. A. Van Sltke.
Vice President of the Assembly.
Approved Feb. 11, 1802.
> Robert A. Smith, Mayor.
Attest: Thos. A. Prendergast, City Clerk.
Feb. 15.
Bd F No. 7S7— Ordinance No. 1574 —
An ordinance appropriating money to pay
the claim of Kittie Uazelton.
The Common Council of the City of St.
Paul do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That an order be drawn upon
the city treasury, payable out of the general
fund, in favor of Kittie Hazelton. for the
sum of Three Hundred (300) Dollars, the
same to be in full payment of nil damages
she sustained by reaso:i of injuries received
by her on or about the ICth day of Septem
ber, 1891. by falling through a hole aud de
fect in the sidewalk on Canada street, as ap
pears by her petition tr> the Common Council
bearing date Oct. 0, IS9I, said order to be de
livered onlr upon i-aid Kittie Ha/c-ltou exe
cuting and delivering to the City of st. Paul
a release of nil claims ana demands for dam
ages on account of the matters aud things set
forth iv said petition. ;
Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take effect
and be in force from aud after its publica
tion.
Passed by the Board .of Aldermen Feb. 2,
189' J.
Yeas— Bielenberg, Bott, Conley. Cope
land. Dobner, : Doruiden.Geban, Mclady.San
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— ll. " :
Nays—
O. O. Coxxbst,
President of the Board of AMermen.
Passed by the Assembly Feb. 9, ISW.
Yeas— Messrs. Banbolzer. Elmquist, Hare,
McCafferty. McNamee, Murray, Mr. Vice i
President—
Nays-0.
Wm. A. Van Si.yke,
Vice President of the Assembly. "
Approved Feb. 11. 1892.
* ; Robert A. Smith* Mayor.
Attest Tuos. A. Prendekgast, City Clerb.
Feb. 15. ... ~|i
Bd F No. CSI—
In the matter of the report of the Board of
Public Works dated Deo. I, 1891.
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the City of St. Paul :
That the Board or Public Works of said
City of St. Paul cause tho following? improve
ments to be made, to wit: Lower and rebuild
ihe sewer on Hubert streot, from s'i.xih street
lo the Mississippi river, in said city.
That said Hoard cause said work to be let
by contract, as provided by law, without one
hnlf the estimated cost being first pnid into
the city treasury, tuid after said work shall
be placed under contract, said Board shall
proceed without deluy lo assess the amount,
as nearly as they can ascertain the same,
which will be required to pay the costs and
necessary expenses of such improvement,
to the extent of $0.51 per foot upon the real
estate to lie benefited by said improvement,
as provided by law: it being the opinion of
the Council that rcalestute to be assessed for
such improvement can be found beneilted
to the extent of $).54 per foot towards tho
costs aud expenses necessary to be incurred
thereby.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg. Bolt. Conley. Cope
land, Dobner. Dorniden, Gehan, Melady, San
born, Sullivau, Mr. President— ll.
Kttys-0.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9. 1892.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer. Elmquist, Ilare,
Mcinirerty, McNamee, Van Slyke, Mr. Pres
ident—7.
Nays-0.
Approved Feb. 11, 1802.
Bd F No. 682—
lv the matter of the reports of the Boara of
Public Works dated Sept. 18 and Dec. 1,
1891.
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the City of St. Paui:
That the Board of Public Worts of said
City of St. Paul cause the following improve
ments to be made, to wit: Open, widen and
extend itaymond avenue, between the south
line of north Va of northwest <-j of section 32.
town 29, range 23, and Wabash avenue. In
said city, condemning and ta&ing all that
land between snid points not already con
demned or deaicated for public use, lying
within ihe lines of a strip seveutv (70) feet
wide, the east ljne of which strip shall be the
east Hue of said Raymond avenue, in Hew
itt's out lots, Ist division, being in St. Paul,
Minnesota.
That said Board shall proceed without de
lay to assess the amount, as nearly as they
can ascertain the SB me, which will be required
to pay the damages, costs and necessary ex
penses of such improvement upon the real
estate to be benefited by said improvement, as
provided by law; it being the opinion of the
Council that real estate to be assessed for
such improvement can be found benefited
to the extent of the damages, costs aud ex
penses necessary to be incurred thereby.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg, Bott, Conley, Cope
land, Uobner, Doruiden, Gehan, Melady, San
born. Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1892.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer, Elmquist, Hare,
MeC'afferty, McNamee, Van Slyke, Mr. Presi
dent—7.
Nays— o.
.Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd F No. 752-By Aid. Dorniden—
Resolved, That an order be drawn in favor
of the Board of Control for the sum of
52.03ii.33, being the city's one-third of the ex
penditure of said Board in maintaining the
city and county hospital, almshouse and
poor farm and outdoor relief ot poor during
the mouth of January, 1892, said amount to
be paid out of the Board of Control fund.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
18!»2.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg, Bott, Conley, CoDe
iand, Dobner, Dorniden, Gehan, Melady, San
born, Sullivan, Mr. i'resideut— ll.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 0, 1892.
Yeas— Messrs. Bauholzer, Elmquist. Hare,
Mciatferty, McNamee, Van Slyke, Mr. Presi
dent—7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd F No. 754-By Aid. Melady—
It is hereby ordered by the common Council
of the City of St. Paul:
That tbe matter of placing a plank cross
walk at the west end of King street and
Cherokee avenue be. and the same is hereby
referred to the Board of Public Works to in
vestigate and report:
Is this improvement proper and necessary ?
. If so, send the Couucil a proper orJer direct
ins tne work to be done.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg, Bott, Conley, Cope
land, Dobner, Dorniden. Gehan, Melady, Sau
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— lL
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 189?.
Yeas— Messrs. Banbolzer, Elmq.iist, Hare,
McC'afferty, McNamee, Van Slyke, Mr. Presi
dent—7.
Nays— o. *
. Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd F No. 755— 8y Aid. Dobner—
Resolved, That warrants be drawn uon the
city treasury, payable out ot the general
fund, ns follows:
' One in favor of William Dimmerman. or
his assignee, for the the sum of $114.70, with
anterest from Oct. 7, 1891, in full payment of
a judgment rendered in favor of said Dim
■ merman and against the City of St. Ptiul for
said sum Oct. 7, 1891.
One in favor of Thomas Peterson, or his
assignee, for the sum of $164/ S, with interest
from Nov. 11. 1891, in full payment of a judg
ment rendered in favor of said Peterson and
against the City of St. Paul for said sum Nov.
11. IS9I.
One in favor of Maria C. Peterson, or her
assignee, for the sum of $343.60, with interest
from Nov. 30, 1891, iv full payment of a judg
ment rendered in favor of said Peterson and
against the City of St. Paul for the said sum
Nov. 30, 1891.
One in favor of A. M. Peabody, or his as
signee, for the 6nm of $">oo.with interest from
Jan. 25, 1892, in full payment of a judgment
rendered in favor of said Peabody and
against the City of St. Paul for said sum Jan.
25, 1892.
One in favor of J. n. Murphy, or his as
signee, for the sum nf $371.10, with interest
from March 21. 1890, in full payment of a
judgment rendered in favor ot said Murphy
mid against the City of St. Paul for said sum
March 25, 1890. All of which judgments were
were duly entered up and perfected of rocord
in the office of the Clerk of the District Court
of Kamscy comity, Minnesota. Said judg
ments Ftiall be delivered only upon there
being filed with the City Comptroller satis
factions of said judgments.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg, Bott, Conley. Cope
land. Dobner. Dorniden, Gehan, Melady, San
born. Sullivau, Mr. President— ll.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9. 1892.
Teas— Messrs. Banholzer, Elmquist, Hare,
McCafferty, McNamee, Van Slyke, Mr. Presi
dent—7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd F No. 757—
Resolved, That an order be drawn In favor
of the St. Paul Permanent Lean Company
upon the local improvement fund for the
sum of three dollars and fifteen cents (83.15),
being for the redemption of Certificate No.
2671, erroneously issuer! against lot 6, block 2,
Ransom's addition, for Sidewalks Estimate
No. 7. 1889.
Also that an order be drawn upon the local
improvement fund in favor of tne St. John's
German Evangelical Lutheran church for
the sum of forty-seven dollars and eighty
eight cents ($17.88), being for the redemption
of lots 28, 29 and 30. block 2, Schurmeier and
Evans' addition, sold for the grading of
Hone street.
Also that an order be drawn upon the local
improvement fund for the sum of seven dol
lars and seventy cents (s<\7o) in favor of A.
Streichenberg, being for the redemption of
Certificate No. 1489, issued in error of the
east ninety reet of lot 15, block 2, McKentys
Out Lots, the same being city property used
for fire department purposes.
Also that an order be drawn upon the local
improvement fund for the sum of twenty
one dollars aud ninety cents ($21.90) in favor
of the Scaudinavian-American bank, being
for the redemption of Certificate No. 373.
issued erroneously against lots 9 and 10,
block 39, St. Anthony Park addition, for the
grading of Laugford park, as per correction
of Board of Public Works.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1562.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenbcrg, Bott, Conley. Cope
land, Dobner, Dorniden, Gehan Melady, San
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9. 1892.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer, Elmquist, Hare,
McC'afferty, McNamee, Van Slyke, Mr. Presi
dent— 7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1802.
Bd F No. 75S— By Committee on License-
Resolved. That orders be drawn upon the
city treasury in favor of the following
nanied persons for the amounts set opposite
their respective names, to refund to *aid per
sons amounts due as rebates on licenses tor
the year A. D. 1601. to bs applied only on
licenses for year A. D. 1893: G. W. Uartzell,
butcher license. 129. 829.16; H. K. Fowler &
Co.. butcher licauso, 130. $37.50; Rene Vil
lette, butcher license, 131, S-3T.50: E. Schluke
bier. butcher license, 132. 837.50; F. D.
Shnnley. butcher license, 183, $11.63: Frank
Kohom, butcher license, 134, $15.83; 'Simon
Jacob, pawnbroker, (if. $dC.6J; L. Finkelstein.
pawnbroker. 61. SOJ.Oti; M. Sbapira, pawn
broker, 6.", £6(5. 06; William Troy, pawn
broker, 67, 5d6.6ti; N. W. Prescoit, pawn
broker. 98. 8150.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bieleuberg, Bott, Conley. Cope-
Innd, Dobner, Doruiden, Gehan. Melady, San
boru. Sullivan, Mr. President — 11.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1532.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer, Elmquist, Hare,
McCiitferty, McNamee, Murray, Mr. Vice Pres
ident— 7
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd F No. 759— .
Resolved, Thai v?arrants be dtawu on the
City Treasurer, payable out of the "school
fund," in favor of George ReiH, City Treas
urer, to pity the persons named in tho pay
rolls presented with this resolution, iv pay
ment of the salaries and compensation of
said persons for their services during the
month of January, 1592. as follows: Labor
ers and mechanics, $540.32; otlicei-H oi Beard
of School Inspectors, $590.00; teachers and
employes, $37,26(5.73.
Adopted by the Board ot Aldermen Feb. 2,
1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg,, Bott, Conley, Cope
land, Dobner. Dornidiu, Gehan, Melady, San
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
JNttyh— ').
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1892.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer, Elmquist, Hare.
MeCatfertv* McNamee. Van Slyke, Mr. Presi
dent—7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
»Jd F No. 700—
Resolved, That warrants be drawn upon
the city treasury, payable out of the "general,
sewer and local assessments funds," amount
ing so £707.50, in favor of George Reis, City
Treasurer, to pay the persons named in the
pay rolls presented with this resolution, for
the sum set opposite to their respective
names, in paymen'. ot the salary and com
pensation of said persons for their respective
services for the month of January, 1892.
(For inspecting and iivery on engineering
construction.)
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb.
2, 1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg. Bott, Conley. Cope
land, Dooner, Dornideu.Gehan, Melady, San
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1892.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer, Elmquist. Hare,
McC'afferty, McNamee, Van Slyke, Mr. Pres>i
dent-7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd F No. 761—
Resolved, That warrants be drawn upon
the city treasury! payable out of the "city
officers' salary fund.'' in favor of the persons
named iv the pay rolls presented with this
resolution, for the sums set opposite to their
respective names, in payment of ths salary
and compensations of said persons for their
services during the month of January, 18J2,
as shown by said pay rolls.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb.
2, 1«92.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg, Bott, Conley. Cope
land, Dobner, Doruiden, Gehan. Melady, Sau
born. Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
Nays— 9.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9. 1892.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer, Elmquist, Hare,
McCafferty, McNamee, Van Slyke, Mr. Pres
ident—7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd P No. 762—
Resolved, That warrants be drawn npon
the city treasury, payable out of the "Munic
ipal Court- fund, : ' in favor of the persons
named in the pay roll presented with this
resolution, iv paymeut of the salary and
compensation of *aid persons for their serv
ices during the month of January, 18'J2:
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
18J2.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg. Bott. Conley, Cope
land, Dobuer. Dorniden, Gehan. Mela'dv, San
born. Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1892.
Yeas— Messrs. Bauholzer, Elmquist, Hare,
McCafferty. McNamee, Van Slyke, Mr. Presi
dent—7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11. 1892.
Bd F No. 763—
Resolved. That warrants be drawn upon
the city treasury, payable out of the "Board
of Public Works fund," in favor of the per
sons named in the pay lolls of said depart
ment, and presented with this resolution, for
the sum set opposite to their respective
i;ames,in payment of the salary and compen
sation of said persons for their services dur
ing the month of January, 1892. as shown by
said pay rolls.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermeu Feb. 2
1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg, Bott, Couley. Cope
land, Dobner, Dorniden, Gehau, Melady, San
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— ll. "
Nays-0.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1892.
Yeas — Messrs Banholzer, Elmquist. Hare,
McCafferty, McNamee, Van Slykc, Mr. Presi
dent—7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892. ,
Bd F No. 764—
Resolved, That warrants be drawn upon the
city treasury, payable out of the "engineeriuz
department fund," in favor of George Reis,
City Treasurer, for the sum of §:f,1K.77. to
pay the persons named in the pay roll pre
sented with this resolution, in payment of
the salary and compensation of said persons
for their services during the month of Janu
ary. 1892 (being the office force).
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb.
2, 1892.
Yeas— Aid. BieTenberg. Bott. Conley, Cope
land,Dobner. Doruiden, Gehan. Melady, San
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1892.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer. Elmquist, Hare.
McCafferty. McNamee, Van Slyke, Mr. Presi
dent—7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd F No. 765—
Resolved, That a warrant be drawn upon
the city treasury, payable out of the "police
department fund," in favor of George Reis,
City Treasurer, for the sum of $14,816.51, to
pay the persons named in the pay roll pre
sented with this resolution, in payment of
the salary and compensation of" said per
sons for their services during the month of
January, 1892.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2.
1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg, Bott, Conley. Cope
land, Dobner, Dorniden, Gehau, Melady, Sau
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1892.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer, Elmquist. ITare.
Mccaffervy, McNamee, Van Slvke, Mr. Presi
dent—7.
Nays— 9.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd F No. 760—
Resolved, That warrants be drawn upon the
city treasury, payable out of tho "Building
Inspector's department fund." in favor of the
persons named in the pay roll of said depart
ment, and presented with this resolution,
for the sums set opposite to their respective
names, in payment of the salary and com
pensation of said persons for their services
duriug the mouth of January, 1892, as shown
by said pay roll.
Adopted" by tne Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg, Bott. Conley, Cope
land, Dobner, Dorniden. Gehan, Melady, San
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9. 1892.
Yeas — Messrs. Banholzer, Elmquist, Hare,
McCafferty, McNamee, Van Slyke, Mr. Presi
dent—7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd F No. 767—
Resolved, That warrants be drawn upon
the city treasury, payable out of the, "health
department fund," in favor of the follow
ing-named persons, named in the pay rolls of
said department and presented with this res
olution, for the sum set opposite to their re
spective names, in payment of the salary and
compensation of said persoiis. for their serv
ices duriug the month of January, 189.', as
shown by said pay rolls.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb.
2, 1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg, Bott, Conley. Cope
land. DoDner, Dornideu. Uehan, Melady, San
born. Sullivan, Mr. President — 11.
Nays— o.
Adopted by Hie Assembly Feb. 9, 1592.
Yea* — Messrs. Banholzer, Elmquist. Hare,
McC'afferty, McNamee, Van Slyke, Mr. Presi
dent—7.
Navs— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd F No. 768—
Resolved, That warrants be drawn upon
the city treasury, payable out of the "court
house "and city hall maintenance fund," in
favor of George Reis. City Treasurer, for the
sum of £802.50. to pay the Dersons named iv
the pay roll preseuted with this resolution,
in payment of the salary and compensation
of said persons for their services during tho
month of January. ISJ2, beiug city's half
share of Custodian's pay roll.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg. Bott, Conley, Cope
land, Dobner, Dorniden. Gehan. Melady, Saa
born, Sullivan, Mr. President — 11.
Nays-0.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1892.
Yeas— Messrs. Bauholzer, Elmquist, Hare,
McCafferty, McNamee. Van Slyke, Mr. Presi
dent—7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd F No. 769-
Resolved, That city orders be drawn upon
the city treasury, payable out of the "street,
sewer maintenance fund," in favor of tbe
following-named persons.for the amount set
opposite to their respective names:
Board of Fire Commissioners, $.VJ.25; C. W.
Hacicett Hardware Company, $117.(55; A.&
W.McGuigan,Sl.4l; A. L. May'.ill.S.'S.SO; John
lfarliu Lumber Company, 510.99; G. Mitsch,
$2.2.5: Maendler Bros.. 90 cents: John Nevin
«fe Sou. 5159.08; F. W. Steeg, 82. 25; Great
Northeru Railway Company, $13.72.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb.
2, 1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg, Bott. Conley, Cope
land. Dobuer, Dornideu, Gehan. Melady, San
born, Sullivan. Mr. President— ll.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1893.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzdr-'Elmquist, Hare,
gIAHoWLINGSuCCESS,
JpE- FAIRBANKS
Bk^jlf Owes its REPUTATION AND
Jp^ |H|lp> SUCCESS to ITS OWN
/CEBITS
IT IS PURE , UNADULTERATED.AND FOR
RAPID Cleansing Power hasnoequal.
IT IS INVALUABLE IN KITCHEN & LAUNDRY,
Sold by all Grocers*
CHICAGOo
McCafferty, McNamee, Murray.Mr. Vice Pres
ident—7.
Nays — 0.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd F No. 770—
ReßOlved, That city orders be drawn upon
the city treasury, payable out of the '•school
fund," in favor of the foilowing-nnmerl per
sons, for the amount set opposite to their re
spective names:
J. E. Allinan, (132.35; Brennan Lumber
Company. 571. 57; Board of Water Commis
sioners, 5171.99: Boeringer & Sou, 52U.60;
Leon D. Brown, $.JS.OJ: C. H. Coiwdou,
828 40; Elizabeth A. Carnes, $02.67; K. A.
Detiel. 54.50; John Dowlan & Sons, 51,0tJ7.7H:
Edison Electric Light and Powe- Company,
538.43; Field. Mahler & Co.. 515.01: Finch,
Van Slyck, Young it Co., 515.02: Franklin
Machine Works, Sm.oo; J. p. Gribben Lum
ber Company, $92.8*5; Johnson Electric Serv
ice Company, 533. 10: Erick Johnson. $1 >.O'J:
Kenney Bros., $'.'1. ;8: John Leslie, 5142.*7;
Charles Matheis. 529.50: Moshotskv Bros.,
512.75; E. H. Milham, §12.42; Noyes Bros. &
Cutler, 5W.17; Northwestern Telephone Ex
change Company. 516.f»0; William O'Rourke.
518.85; Preudergast Bros., 5i59.28; Willinm
Rodger & Co.. 5-">S.OS; Rodgers & Ordvvny,
5100.61; St. Paul Stove Company, SS.OO: St.
Paul Sanitation Company, St>B.29: St. Paul
Hardware Company, 512}. 42; St. Paul Gas
Light Company. $U6.25; F. I. Schulze.
5159.26.
Adopted by the Board of AHermen Feb.
2, 1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg, Bott, Conley. Cope
land, Dobner, Dornideu. Gehan. Melady, san
born, Sullivan. Mr. President— ll.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1592.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer, Elmf|iiist. Hare,
McCafferty, McNamee, Murray.Mr. Vice Pres
ident—7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd F No. 771-
Resolved. That city orders be drawn npon
the city treasury, payable out, of the "'police
department fund,"' in favor -of the following
named persons, for the amount set opposite
to their respective names:
Bqhn Manufacturing Company, 519.10;
Louis N. Bougie, $80.15; C. C. Berkman <fc
Son. $20.75; John Bast, 522: Northwestern
Bedding company, 5116.50: Chester oilCom
pany.So.OO: Hatch* & EssendrupCompnny,Jfi-J;
P. J* Hoean, $12.53; P. C. llawes. Sl.i>); .). L.
Henry. 8> ( .»; A. Haruish. (7.53; A. Jobst, $5.25,;
Kennedy & Chittendcn, 514.53; Northwestern
Telephone Exchange Company, (79.50: John
Neff, $4.05; Prendergast Bros.. $1.70: F. X.
Peyer, 517.15; John Miuen. 51.00: B. McNa
mee, 510.50; St. Paul Hardware Company, 60
cents: Welsh Bros., 59.63; John B. and L. A.
Weidenborner, 52: James deary, $251.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bieleuberg, Botl, Conley. Cope
land. Dobner, Dorniden. Gehan, Melady, San
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
N nys — 0.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1892.
Yeas — Ales'srs. Banholzer. Elmquist. Hare,
McCafferty, McNamee, Murray, Mr. Vice Pres
ident— i.
Nays -0.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd F No. 772—
Resolved. Thai city orders be drawn upon
the city treesury, payable out of the "new
court house and'eity hall maintenance fund,"
in favor of the following-named persons, for
the amount set opposite to their respective
names (beiug city's half share of following
bills) :
John Dowlftn & Sons, $M\ .Ofi; P. V. Dwyer
& Bro.. §1 ; Edisou Electric Light and Power
Company. §17.64; Thomas Fitzpatrick.
5147 50; Griggs & Co , 53.90: George J. Mitsch
& Co.. 56.03; A. and W. McGuigau, 519.40;
Mathias Heck, $5.50; Barney Ryan. $12.5 U
August Roedlcr <fc Son, 50 cents; St. Paul Gas
Light Company, $1.51; Vacuum Oil Com
pany, 89.10.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb.
2, 1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg, Bott, Conley, Cope
land. Dobner. Dorniden. Gehan. Melady, Sau
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
Nays 0.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9. 1892.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer, Elmquist. Hare.
McCafferty, McNamee, Murray.Mr. Vice Pres
ident — 7.
Nays— ft
Approved Feb. 11. 1892.
Bd F, No. 773—
Resolved, That a warrant be drawn on the
City Treasurer, payable out of the "fire de
partment fund." in favor of George Reis,
City Treasurer, for the sum ot 514,945.95. to
pay officers and employes of the tire de
partment of the City of St. Paul for the
month of January, 1892.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg. Bott. Conley. Cope
laud, Dobner, Dorniden, Gehan. Melady, San
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
Nays— 9.
Aaopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 189?.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer. Elmquist. Hare,
McCafferty, McNamee, Vnn Slyke, Air. Presi
dent—7.
Navs— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1592.
Bd F No. 774-
Resolved, That city orders be drawn upon
the city treasury, payable out of the "'local
assessments fund,"' in favor of the following
named persons, for the amounts set opposite
to their respective names:
G. W. Merrill, 512; I. E. Norton <St Sou, &>;
R. T. O'Connor, $7.25.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg, Bott. Conley, Cope
land, Dobner, Doruiden, Gehan. Melady, San
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
Nays-0.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1892.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer, E'mquist, Hare,
McCafferty, McNamee, Murray.Mr. Vice Pres
ident—7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd F No. 775—
Resolved, That an order be drawn upon
the local improvement fund in favor of A.M.
Druse for the sum of one hundred and
eiijhty-four dollars and sixty-eight cents
(5154.05'». being for the redemption of Certifi
cate No. 5939, issued against miscellaneous
tract of land for the gradingand guttering of
Josette street, the same being the old terri
torial road not vacated by the city.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg, Bott, Conley, Cope
land. Dobner. Dorniden, Gehau, Melady, San
born. Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
Nays— 9.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1892.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer, Elmquist, Hare.
McCafferjy, McNamee, Murray, Mr.Vlcc Pres
ident—7.
Nays— 9.
Approved Feb. 11, 1592.
Bd F No. 776—
Resolved. That an order be drawn on tho
city treasury in. favor of George Reis, City
Treasurer, in the sum of $2,327.60, payable
out of the "street and sewer maintenance
fund," to pay the street nnd sewer forces for
the month "of January. 189.', in accordance
with the pay roll certified to by the City En
gineer nnd" approved ami allowed by the
Board of Public WorKs.
Adopted by the Boaid of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1592.
Yeas— Aid. Bk-lenberg. Bo;r. Conley, Cope
land. Dobner. Dorniden. Gehan. Melady, San
born. Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
Nays— a
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 189-.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer, Elmquist, Hare,
McCafferty, McNamee, Van Slyke, Mr. Presi
dent— 7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11. 1832.
Bd F No. 777—
Resolved. That city orders be drawn upon
the city treasury, payable out of the "geu
eral fund."' in favor of the following-named
persons, for the amount set opposi" • to their
respective names:
Henry Galviu, sergeant-of-arms. services
reudered during October, November, Decem
ber, 1891, and January, 180 .\ $120, Carl Neu
haiisen. services rendered as interpreter In
Municipal Court Octooer, November. Decem
ber. 18!>l. and January. lei)?, glOO; House of
Good shepherd, boarding female prisoner*
September, October, November and Decem
ber, 18i)I. 5U0.97.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2.
is«.e.
Yeas — Bielenbere. Bott. Conley, Cope
land, Dobaer, Dorniden, Gehan, Jielady. San-'
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— Jl.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9. 1892.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer, Elraquist, Hare,
Mc-Catt'erty, McNamee, Murray, Mr. Vice Pres
ident—7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd F No. 778—
Resolved, That city orders be drawn upon
the city treasury, payable out of the "print
ing and stationery fund," in favor of the fol
lowing-named person?, for the amount set
opposite to their respective names:
James Burns, $69J.60; Brown, Treacy &
Co.SH.IO. ,
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1892.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg. Bott. Conley. Cope
land. Dobner, Dorniden.Gehan, Melady, ban-'
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
Nays—
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1592.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer. Elmquist, Hare,
McCafferty, McNamee,Murray, Mr. Vice Pres
ident—7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1592.
Bd F No. 770— 8y Aid. Dobner—
It is hereby ordered by ths Common Council
of tneCity of St. Paul:
That the matter ot plaein; a casoline lamp ;
on the north wde of University about sev
enty five feet east of the intersection of said'
avenue with Prior avenue, be, and the same
is hereby referred to the Board of Public
Works to investigate and report:
Is this improvement proper and necessary?
If so. send the Council a proper order direct
ing the work to b • done.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1592.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg, Eott. Conley. Cope
land,, Dobner. Dorniden, Gehan.Meiady,!ian
born, Suilivau, Mr. President— ll.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1592.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer. Elmquist. Flare.
McCafferty, McNamee, Murray, Mr.Vice'Pres
ident—7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
Bd F No. 782— 8y Aid. Melady—
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the City of St. Paul:
That the matter of erecting one gasoline
lamp on the southeast corner of Cherokee
avenue and King street be. and the same is
hereby referred to the Board of Public
Works to investigate and report:
Is this improvement proper and necessary?
If so. send the Ccuncil a proper order direct
ing the work to be done.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1892. .......
Yes— Aid. Bieleuberg, Bott, Conley. Cope
land, Dobner, Dorniden. Gehan. Melady, San
born, Sullivan, -Mr. President— ll.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 0. 1592.
Yes— Messrs. Banholzer, Elmquist. Hare,
McCafferty, McNamee, Mnrray, Mr. Vice Pres
ident—7.
Nays— 9.
Approved Feb. 11, 1692.
Bd FNo 783— 8y Aid. Conley—
Resolved, That the plat of lots 7. 8 Rnd §,
block Oof Whitney & Smith's addition to
St. Paul, as approved by the Plat Commis
sion, and as recommended by the City En
giueer, be. and the same is hereby accepted
by the Common Council oi the ciiy of Su
Paul.
\dopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
181 H.
Yeas— Aid. Bielenberg, Bott, Con!ey. Cope
land, Dobner, Dorniden, Gehau. Melady, San
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
Nays— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 0. 183!
Yeas — Messrs. Banholzer. Etmqufst, Hare,
McCrtfferty, McNamee, Murray. Mr. Vice Pres
ident—7.
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1592.
Bd F No. 784— 8y Aid. Sullivan-
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the City of St. Paul:
That the matter of condemning an ease
ment for slopes on Myrtle avenue, from
Cleveland avenue to Raymondavenue.be.
and the same is hereby referred to lha
Board of Public Works to investigate and re
port:
First— ls this improvement proper and nec
essnry?
Second— Give the Council an esiim:ite of
the cxDcnse thereof, and state whether one
hnlf of the cost thereof is to bo paid into the
city treasury before the contract is let.
Third — real estate to be assessed for
said improveraeut be found benefited to the
extent of damage*, costs and expenses nec
essary to be incurred thereby?
Fourth — Is such improvement asked for
upon the petition or application of the own
ers of a majority of the property to be as
sessed for such improvement?
Fifth— Send thcreouncil a plan or profile of
said improvement, as required by law, if you
report in favor of me same.
Sixth— the Council a proper order dl
rectiug the work to bj done.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen
2. 1592. "
Yeas— Aid. Bielenherg, Bott, Conley, Cope
land, Dobner, Dorniden, Gehan, Melady.San
born. Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
Nays— o.
Adopted" by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1592.
Yeas— Messrs. Banholzer. Elmquist, Hare,
McCafferty, McNainee, Murray, Vice Pres
ident—7. " »
Nays—
Approved Feb. 11, 1892.
d<\ F No. 701— By Aid. Copeland—
Resolved. That an order be drawn on tbe
city treasury, payable out of the "local im
provement fund," in favor of Charles Keil
and Frciderike Keil for the sum of S^oß,to re
fund the amount paid on an assessment er
roneously made against lot (en (10) in block
eleven ;11 of Branson's addition to St. Paul,
for the paving of East Seventh street, tfco
Board of Public Works having reported in
favor of refunding said amount.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Feb. 2,
1592.
Yeas— Aid. Hielcnberg, Bott. Conley, Cope
land. Dobner, Dorniden. Gehan. Melady, San
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— ll.
Navs— o.
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1892.
Messrs. 8.-mholzcr, Elmquist, Hare,
McCafferty, McNamee, Murray, Mr. Vice Pres
ident— 7. ■"•
Nays— o.
Approved Feb. 11, 1592.
Bd F No. 7'.i:i— By Aid. Conley—
Resolved, That the City Treasurer of the
City of si. Paul be. and is hereby authorized
and directed to invest part of the surplus
cash belonging to tbe police pension fund to
the extent of $"(.000 in tne purchase of cer
tificates, of indebtedness as authorized to be
issued by an ordinance of the Common
Council, entitled "An ordinance authorizing
the issue ot certificates of indebtedness, '
approved Feb. 2. 1883.
Adopted Dy the Board of Aldermen Feb. 'J,
1892.
Yeas— Aid. P.ielenberg, Bott, Conley. Cope
land, Dobner. Doruiilen. Gehan, Melady, San
born, Sullivan, Mr. President— lt. ,
Nays—
Adopted by the Assembly Feb. 9, 1592.
Teas— Messrs. Itaiiliolzcr, Elmquist, Hare,
McCafferty, McNamee, Murray, Mr.Vice Pres
ident—
Nays-0.
Approved Feb. 11,1892.
W. P. Mcrbay,
President of the Assembly.
Wm. A. Si.yke,
Vice President of the Assembly.
O. (). CIM-LEX,
President of the Board of Aldermen. '
Tnos. A. Pke.ndergast, City Clerk.
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