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BULLS RECEIVE A SET-BACK:
CLEARANCES OF WHEAT AMOUNTING
TO OVER THREE MILLIONS. ■ '.''.
STOCK HVlilil | SPECt'LATIOV
Heavy Transfers in the Industrial
Group — suirar Soli! l>»\vnOvar-
Two Points— Dealings in the
Granger:* Footed Up Nearly
Five Thousand Shares — Prioejl
Generally .Lower.
Chicago, May s.— The report today
of over o,uuo.ojo bu as the amount of
clearances ot wheat for the. week from
the Atlantic and Pacific coasts checked
the bullish feeling. The first price at
the opening for July wheat was *s c be
low the el>;shij; on Friday. But some of
the recent heavy short sfi Hers had or
ders in the pit to buy at the opening,
and owing to their purchases there was
a lively rally to 00a^@60>^c^ As soon
as their buying slopped the original
bearish influence under the wheat mar
ket opening-, reasserted itself, ami the
price quickly fell o:l" to 51% c. The
favorable crap reports encouraged more
short selliugj(and the price fell oil' to
59% e. There was only one sale at the
latter figure, and the price varied but
little until the close, which was at OOe,
;,(.■ below Friday's closing.
The receipts of corn wire only IS!)
cars and the shipments 201,000 busheis. ;
The liberal shipments gave the market
good send oflf July starting %c higher
than it closed yesterday. The weak
ness which developed in wheat took the
stiffening out of corn and the price
sagged off generally from 3'J%c to 39^p,
recovered asutiii to o'j; J^o, and remained
between 3;) 1 . t o and Sa.H'c during thb re
mainder 01 the session. Offerings of
May corn ware rather more plentiful
than lor a few days past, although no
large lots came upon the market, the
offerings being in s,<iGo-l>ushel and 10,
--000-bushel lots. Jjartieli-Frazier were
moderate sellers of July. Tile close
was the sainisas that of Friday.
Some of ilia strength in yesterday's
oats market |vas visible today, but in
not so great a proportion. Holders still
kept their stuff Lack, and while shorts
were just as ouxious to buy, they were
not disposed to pay the prices asked.
The market closed near the lush price
of the day, or at an advance of %c over
yesterday's last quotation.
The provision market was subjected
to a mild laid, which knocked lTj^'c off
the opening price of July pork, 5e
from July lard and 2.1., from July. ribs.
Pork recovered ~}.,e "from the lowest
through a littie profit* taking by • the
shorts, and lard .touched a yoint
below the closing. ...Ribs closed at Hie
lowest figure. '■■:'■' -•....-■'
Freights were steady with a moderate
demand at l^c for wheat and l^c for
com and out? -Co Buffalo.
Estimated 'receipts for Monday. 05
cars; corn, 150 cars; oats. 193 cars: hogs,
25,000. ' :' ; .
The leading futures ranireu as follows:
Si Open- High- Low- i tlos-
Ar.TicLF.s. I ing. est. eat. in?.
V beat.No. .—
May ■; fSTfe 557& 3fSj 55%
July : lieu t; $-i:< 51:3,4 liU
September ..f CiV2 01% GH 8 ! c;i,»-!fe
Corn, No. - — ? !
May 35i,k ' 3SV& 3T%!37%-38
July 3'.,55| 3i)i,s 30?8;i«i%-V2
September.... 4b!Ul 4{,an 40% 4uVi;
Oats. No. ■-—
-May 33* 3:% X;!* 3T:^
Juue 34%34%-Vk] ittVs MS*
July - 3Ha au% HO ;i(jU
September ... .iVi-^i 36* i %-',2 36%-4«
Jl ess Pork— v
May 3 12 El* 12 fStt 13 4S%|IS 4iVa
July : 12 57V2 13 ViVs 12 40 12 47V2
Lard—
-May 7 471,2 750 7 471& 750
July I 7 iO 720 7 ] .a? 715
Sei'temlier....! 720 7 20, 7 12V» 715
Short ltibs—
May - -. 0 52VS
July :. G 411,2 C i'.Ki 6 37i& 6 42V2
aeptemt-.er . ..- 6 40
Cash quotations were as follows: "
Flour slow and prices rely steady.
Wheat— No. 2 spring, 5S%c: No. 3
• spring, [email protected]«t; No. 9 red, £»%<>. Corn
—No. 2, :jbe. Dats -No. ■>, So^'c; No 2
white. : ;@37c; No. 3 white. 353^@
S0V 4 'c. Rye— So. 2. 40c. Barley— a,
nominal; So. 3, [email protected]; No. 4, [email protected]
Flaxsced— No. 1, $1.31. Timothy Seed
— Prime, 54.25. Mess Pork, per bbl.
|[email protected] 12.50; Lard per 100 lbs, 57.47K
(•• T..".2 Short Ribs -Sides (1005e), 56.55
<" ;.")T; 2 . Shoulders— Dry salted (boxed),
[email protected](S.2s, Sides— Short clear (boxed),
So.S7>£((i:7.l-2K. Whisky— Distillers! fin
ished goods, per eal. *1.15. Sugars un
changed; Receipts— Wheat, 13,000 bu;
corn, 132,000 bu; oats, 273,000 bu: rye,
1,000 bu ; barley. 11.000 bu. Shipments
—Wheat. 104.000 bu: corn. 297,000 . bu;
oats. 393,000 bu; rye. 4,000 bu: barley,
t.iMJO bu. On the Droduce exchange
today the butter market was weak;,
creameries, [email protected]; dairies, 10(<?l4c.
lilies dull and lower at Oj^c.
l>(iisdh Grain. •
Dur-TJTD. Minn.; Mayo.— There was a
father dull and inactive market here to
day. There was a fair au.ouut of trad
ing in July wheat in lower prices than
yesterday. But. hardly anything was
dome in May. Cash stuff ruled dull
and the mills were not bidding lor much
wheat. The close was easy at J^c lower
all around than yesterday, "except wheat
to arrive, which closed }4a lower.
Following were the closing prices: No.
1 hard, cash, 02c: May, (Vie; July, 03c;
No. 1 northern, cash, oie: • May, 6lc;
July, 02c; September, 01%r.;. No. .2
northern, cash, 57).jc; No. 3, sic; re
jected, 55}<c; on track. No. 1 northern,
10 arrive, 02>^c; rye, 45c; flax, 51.27; No.
2 oats, 33',,'e. -"-'Vy;
Car inspection today ; here and at Su
perior: Wheat, 20; corn, 8. Receipts,
none. Shipments— Wheat, 257,100' uu;
corn, 14,742 bu. ' : ..-;:■;>. • ■
Sew lork i'roitiuo.
New Fork, May s.— Flour — Re
/elpts. 20,300 Übls; exports. 2,500 bbls;
sales, 3,500 pkijs; dull and weak, and
in tile absence of any demand prices
are nominal, with the tendency down
ward; city mill patents. [email protected];
winter patents. [email protected]&0; city mill
clears, [email protected]; winter slraits,"§[email protected]
8; Minnesota patents. ?3.4([email protected]:;.U9- win
ter extra, &[email protected]; Minnesota bakers',
[email protected]; winter, low grades, [email protected]
2.00; spring, low grades,. ■(s}. 85
--spring, extras |[email protected] Uye flour
steady; superfine, &[email protected]; fancy,
[email protected] wheat flour nominal:
Buckwheat dull; range on all grades,
[email protected] Oirnmeal steady: yellow
M estern, &.'[email protected],70; brandy wine, $2.70.
Kye dull and nominal; car lots, sl(<*s2c;
boatloads, [email protected] No. »:. 2 Milwau
kee barley, 00(«;(i7c: ungraded West
ern, 051-. Barley malt . quiet;
■Western, [email protected]; six-rowed, [email protected]
Wheat— Keeiipta, 2 800 bu; exports,
84.100 bu: sales. ; 285,000 bu \ futures,
10.000 bu spot; spot maiket very dull;
No. 2 red, store and elevator, Co%c;.
afloat, 1 O^e; f. o. b., 623 ' c; options
opened easier on disappointment over
- the weekly exports and perfect weather
in the winter wheat - belt, and later;
» yielded to free local .'offerings,* the close
being weak. Some : reports came in
about seed rotting in tlio Northwest A
We decrease is expected in local stocks.
No. 2 red May closed at C.i; s 'c; July.
62i}'@63^c; closed at 6:i%«; SeptemUVr.
$i)sftslXH'. ; closed at .64^0 ; December,^
<18<3(£f l^c. • closed at . 6S^c. ] g Corn,— ,
Receipts. 19.500 bu ; ; exports. 10.-'OJ (lii ;'
-sales, 400,000 bu lutures, 2U.000 bu s^t>X;
spot market dull and easy; No. 2. 4+cln
elevator, , 450 atloat: 4 steamer niixcd,
43)^c.' nominal; options : ; opened about
steady, out afterwards eased off - with
wheat and closed weak, at .^C'fU'i'c de
cline; May closed at 48> 4 'n ; illy, 44>g(g
'*?>)s<!, closed jit 44J^c. - Oats— Receipts,
S4.SK) l.ti; exports. 200 bu; sales, 50.000
bn futures; 44,000 bu .spot:. -spot. dull;
No. 2, 41> 2 'c: No. 2 delivered. 42>4c; No.
2 while. 41>[email protected];;; i No. 3 white, 4lc;
track mixed Western, 41<<<!42c; truck
white Western, [email protected]; truck white
state, 4-.\«:4tic. 1 . Options .stiMdicr at first,
but later reacted with other ttfarketsaiid
dossil about steady ; "May,"" 3.).*;;!) ! 4 >,
closed as 3-Jc; June cloned an -'!S>4'i.'; Jiuy.
37j£(g3Sc, closed at 37$i(vliay sternly;
shipping, [email protected](ssc; . ijooil ehoic;'. 7O((i!
9bc. flops dv!!: stat;-- cuimiion to choice,
B®l7c;i Pacific coast,' 12(ceisc;;.>. Hides
quiet; wet suited Now Orleans selected,
--45 to 65 lbs, *[email protected]'e:- Texas selected,
35 to. 50 1b.".-4(asi-; Jiuenus Ayres ciry,
lOJ^faJllc. . Leather iu-.;cXive;-;heiniock
sole, Buenos Ayres. 10 !^(i<,19c. Beef
steady; family, sl2® 13; extra u|css,97.so
@B.stt; beet hams, $ls;cJtY ; ,extra India.
mess, *[email protected] Cut meats firm; pickled
bellies, 7(jt'Sc;- pickled shoulders. c.v 4 c;
pickled hams, lv> 4 'e. Lard slfcady; West
ern steam closed at $7.55; May closed
at 57.55. . nominal;- July;- $7.00 Miomi
■iial;'. refined quiet; continent, '$8 20;
South America, §5.65; compound, o>4'c.
$100,000
To Loan on St. Paul Real Es
tate.
St. Paul Title Insurance^ Trust Go
FI X AXCI Al*
• Sew York;
New Yoke, May s.— The speculation
on the stock exchange, today was mon
opolized by the industrial group, almost
half the transactions being in Smear.
On the railway list Atchison was most
active, but was traded in only to the;
extent of 3,900 shares, while the deal
ings in the grangers footed up less than
s,uu) shares. The only interesting
feature of the market whs Suirar, which
was pressed for sale at the opening to
realize profits of tho recent advance.
Opening % higher, the price broke 1 j
per cent. when supporting orders caused
a recovery of the entire loss, and then
the stock was held steadily until after
11 o'clock. Another realizing move
ment ••_ was then started which; sent
me figures down again. ; Support-- was
lacking and very soon stop orders': were
reached, causing a break- that was not
checked until a loss of i% per cent had
been experienced. Some of the shorts
who did not cure, to leave their.-.'ltnes
out over Sundsiy begau to cover and-'
their purchases caused a raliy. of \)4
per cent, the closing saies being at a
decline from yesterday's closing of •>%
cent. Sugar preferred rose % at:
ooening and declined \%, making a net
loss of 1 per cent.. There were rumors
on the street to-day that perhaps the
settlement of the sugar schedule of the
: tariff bill in the interest of the refiners
'might not be. easy, as was anticipated,
and that further complications were
likely to occur. The industrials sympa
thized with the weakness of their leader, '
Distilling declining \)i to -23&f, stop
orders having been uncovered at24. Tii<j
final sales were in better tone, the stock
recording a recovery of % per cent.
Chicago Gas gave way I>V, with a final'
rally of % per cent. National Lead,
which gained }{ in the early trading,
receded 1 per cent, recovering $£. The
rest of the trust stocks weic not dealt
in to any extent, and merely lost }& -to
} 4 in the day. Atchisou gained ; o . and
reacted H, recoraiug a decline of %
from yesterday. 'Of the : gran
gers, . Northwest is unchanged. Bur
lington & _ Rock Island %
higher, and St. I'aul % lower. Hock
ing Valley shows a decline of 1%, and
Wheeling Lake Erie preferred \%.
Nearly all the rest of the list being >g(tg
% lower. The exceptions are W. U., 1;
Louisville & Nashville, Reading, Mis- i
souri Pacific and Tobacco were a small
fraction higher, and St. Paul, Minneap
olis & Manitoba, which advanced 1 per
percent. The period of greatest de
pression was after naif past 11 o'clock,
but a slight rally took . place in the
final dealings and the market closed
fairly steady, .'■-; v-j ;
The.' share speculation during the
week was irregular and:, unsettled and
the last prices made in a majority of
cases are below the closing figures of
Saturday, a week aeo, the more notable'
declines being: New York v'&. New
Haven. 2; Wheeling & Lake Erie
preferred. 236 ; New England. 2%;
Heading, 2%: New Jersey Central, 2)4;
Dulutii. South Shore & Atlantic. pre
ferred, 2; Tennessee Coal and Iron pre
ferred, S>£; and Phoenix Mining, 5 per
cent. The shares which gained 2 per
cent are: St. Paul, Minneapolis &
Manitoba, 4; Metropolitan Traction ,2i.<;
Sugar, 2^.; . „\::v>;- .,•.:•■'-.
The bond market today was dull and
I without important change' except that
Manhattan consolidated 4s declined l'^
per cent. The general tone of the mar
ket was linn. The principal- changes
on the week are: Declines— Erie sec
onds trust receipts, ~%\ Utah Southern
generals. 7; Union Pacific collateral
trust, i /i, x and Reading first pronounces,
4: Reading seconds and third!', 2%, and
Heading thirds convertible. 23^-. >
Advances — Missouri Pacific thirds,
Peoria, Decatur & Evansville firsts.
Wheeling &, Lake Erie 5s and Louisville.
& Nashville, New Orleans i & Mobile :
seconds, 4 per cent. *" : -V-nv'o' .
The Evening Post says: During ten
years past the notion of foreclosure and
extinction' of an important..- railroad
suck has been slowly : fading ■ into a
theory, the practice of which, under the
disapproval of the. banking interests,
was no longer to be looked for. Instead,
the company's creditors were expected
to share "heavily in making "good the
losses of their debtors. There have been
many signs of late that these tacit sur
renders of their rights by bondholders
will no longer be tamely tolerated. This
is in many ways a wholesome develop
ment. Its good results in the field of
bond investment cannot be doubted.
But its influence on the shares of bank
rupt railroads will -be; an interesting
study.
The Total Saloa or Stocks
to-day were 103,213 shares, including:
Atohison, 4,000: American Sugar, 61,000:
Burlington, 1,600; Clliatco Gas, 47,100;
Distilling, 7,300; lowa Central. 1.'.t00;
Louisville & Nashville, 1,500; National
Lt-ad, 2,800; New York & New England
1,300; Reading, 1,000; St. Paul, 2,700;
Western Union, 1,000.
M. HANSEN & CO.
Room 6, Gillillaii Block,
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA,
Commission Merchants & Stock Brokers.
Grain, Provisions and Stocks bought and
sold for cash or on margins. Out-of-towi
business a specially. Write for our price
current.
THE FAJNT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: MONDAY MOUNTNG, MAY 7, JPO4.
Silt 11 At L Mill - ' . JAMES DODAN.
I M. DORAN & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers,
311 Jackson St., St. Paul, Minn.
Muttkn — c-iotiii r.
;A«-.|iiiojJ-.,>*...... ■12* Norilit-ri! Pacific. -Us'
-tAkhufe.t-ttx press, l.'-o Northern l'ac. pfd IB ■
• Alton A Terrell.. 32 V. P.. D. & Gulf. MA
- Oopfd... 153 Northwestern....
Atn'tan Express. 110 do -pfd .. 141
*.;&0 :..'.:: ?.,w;n. Y. central..;. ml
; Canadian Pacific tCUIX. Y. &N. Eiib.. 6i,b
Canada Southern (Ontario <& West . 1&V»
Central l'aoltic... UK .Oregon Imp UVt
dies. & 0hi0.... )f>Vi Oregon Nay.-.v.r. 20
Chicago % Alton. 14» IO,S. L. &U. N... 7 .
(!.. 11 & O. 78%!i'«ci8c51ai1......-'lsVi-
Cbi<fißo<.;as...... ti-Hi!l\. D. &E..V... 4V4'
Consolidated O. .134 j*Putst>urg ...... .152 '
C. C. a & St. L 34 Pullman P. Car..l2i)
Colorado U. &I. 13 Heading..-;.. .... le%
Cotton Oil Certs .39 Kienmond .. 8%
Del. & Hudson... lßß do pfd ..v. I,'Va
Del., Lack. & W. 160 ' Rio G. Western..' HV>
H. ATI. (i. pfd... J. 1 ' do ptd. . ii"
Dis. &C. F. C 0... £5% Rock Island. .... ri)%
.East Tennessee.. 4U;Si. Pau1...;... .. 61%
Erie I,">U ;?:. rauipfa......liy
<Jo pfd.... iiH; St. P. &'Jmana.. 38
Fort Wayne 153 do pfd.... . .115
■lit North, pfd.. 104 Southern Pacific. 20
C. AE. I. pfd. ... '.'3 Sugar Refinery. . . 106%
Hocking Vr.lley.. 17 Teiiii.t'cai Iron ]?!&
Illinois Central.. B.a^ Texas Pacific..'.." £%
St. i'nul & D ■_•:! Tol. iO. C. pfd.. 69
Kan. & Tex. pfd.. 24 v I'nlon Pacific... IS%
Lake Erie West lii IT. .*. Express.... £0
-".do pfd. ..-. ... 07% Wsbasb.St.li.Js P. ■7W
Lake shore. 120 do pfd. ]ti!w
Lead Trust 4!) Wells-FnrgoEz..l23
; Louis. <$ Nash... 49 Western Union . t-4%
Louisville He N.A. t-U Wheeling &L. E. 12V4
Manhattan C0n.. 125 do utd . 4S
Mem. it'harlst'u 5 M. & St. L 11
.Michigan Cent... U7ii> D. & R. (} lflVa
Missouri Paeltic.. 3"Hb General Electric. 3S\i
Mobile & 0hi0... 17 National Linseed. -.o'
KsshvilleChatt.. 72 ". Col. F.<s Iron. 24fe "
Nat. Cordage.... 24% do pfd.. . . 68
oopfd. ...... 47 11. <fi T. C. ....... 7
N. J. Central.. .IOSV2 Tol, A. A. & N.M. "!Vl
N. &W. pfd 21V2 T., St. L. & K. C. 1
North Am. C 0... 4 do pfd. ... 7
R. M. NEWPORT & SON
INVESTMENT BANKERS,
Loan Money on Improved Property in St.
Paul and Minneapolis ; ,;- v
At 6% 'Oryr Before'
NewPioneer Press «ids./ ; ?"Keeve Bulletins?, V
/,,;. ST. PAUL. .. MINNEAPOLIS ;
'■ U. :•. r.sreg .... 118 |N. W. con 140,'
do do c0up... .118 I do deb. .'b.. ... .119%
do 4s reg ...:.. 113% St. L.&1.M.0.. ,5.. 80
do 4s coup 113% SI.L.&S.F.Geu. M 09
do 4V=?sreg..... 90 Ist Paul consols. 12*%
Pacific iii 01 03.. .103 St. P..C.&P. lsts.HU*
La. stamped 45... 95 T. P. L.G. T. K. 63%
Missouri Cs 100 T.P.R.G.T.K ... 23%
Teun.newset i.s.li'2 Union Pac. lsts. .104
do do is. 101 West Shore .....104\4
do do 3s. 78% R. O. W. 15t5..... C 8
Canada 50..:d5..104 Atcbison 4s 73%
Ceu.Faciflclsts..lO4^ do 2i& "A". 33VS
D. & 11. G. lsis ... 1 11 G. H. &S. A.«s.. 97
■;•"■-■ do „4s 76 *uo do 75..
Erie 2ds.;. ...... .77 H. & Tex. C. Cs. : 105"6 -
Jl..K.iS'l'.Geu Cs. 451,2 do .-: 6s...lfiJ '
■ do do 5s B£%'*N. C Cs ....121V2
•Mutual Union e5.109 I <to • 4s. ../.-.-. 99 '
N. J. C. Int.Cert.ll.i% Teuc. 0!d65...... 60
N. P. 15t5.;..... .llivj Va. Centuries.... 60%
do;ds SO do deferred 8
*Orfered ; ....''; :.. '^-"~, :>. ■• >7v~ ~"..'
These Quotations Furnished by
Jameson, Hevener
& CO.,
■ '-.'-.Vt-T- — WHOL.TESAIiE— 4r £> C-
Hay, Feed, Flour and Seeds
v. ' ■ ■■ ST- '' PAUL. . •■'., v ■= v '• ;'
St. Paul Grain Market.
W heat— No. 1 hard .« ', „..€[email protected]
Wheat— No. 1 northern..... . ..02(5j(»aWc
Wheat— No. 2 northern ..;:.:■";. fii(^(s-2c
Corn— No. 3 .i r.'[email protected]>s'c
■Corn— 3 yellow .../;. aii>^'@37c
Oats— No. 3 white...... .*..:.;V.32)[email protected]'
Oats-No. 3.;. V. [email protected]!^c
8ar1ey..... [email protected]
Rye— No. 2........... [email protected]
Timothy 5eed . . ; : .... . : . $1.T0(gr.2.10
Clover 5eed......;;.. :....... [email protected]>.'3o
Flour— Patent . ..V. ;. '.. [email protected]
Flour— Straiirht. ::...: . ...«[email protected]
Flour— Bakers' ...;...'..... .... • *[email protected]:i. 10
F10ur— Rye......;....; $2.40(^2.80
Cornmeal— Bolted. [email protected]
Cornnieal— Coarse..... [email protected]
Ground — No. 1 [email protected]
Ground Feed— No. 2. . ...... .... ... .$10.50
Ground Feed— No. ......:......'.; '..sl7
8ran— 8u1k.............. [email protected]
Shorts— Bulk : .'. ; . .-.811.50
Hay— No. 1 upland prairie ...;[email protected]
Hay— No. 2 upland prairie.. [email protected]
Hay— No. 1 wild. .....„..•; 5<5(cc6.50
Hay— No. 1 timothy.... .V 53.5'[email protected]
•Straw [email protected]
Minneapolis Markets.
Range of prices:
May— Opening, 60% c; highest. 00% c;
lowest, 6U%c; closing, 60% c. July—
Opening, (51) ac; highest, 61>|c: lowest,
61^c; closine, CI.V4C September—
ins;, s!Jj&c; highest, 59^c; lowest, 59c;
ciosintr, 59c.
On Track— No. 1 hard, 63}^c; No. 1
northern, 62c: No. 2 northern, COKc. .
Some Sample Sales— 1 hard, 3
cars, (54^c; No. 1 hard. 2 cars, C4c; No.
1 northern, 22 cars. C>2}4'c; No. 1 north
ern, 3 cars. 62c; No. 1 northern, 1 car,
to arrive, 62% No. 1 northern, 1 car,
62% c; No. 3 northern. 15 cars. 62c; No. 2
northern, 5 cars. 60c; No. 2 northern, 1
car. 60^c; rejected wheat, 1 car, 1% lbs
off, 59c; rejected wheat, 3 cars, 1 lb off,
5Uc; rejested wheat, 1 car, 1 lb off. 57c;
rejected wheat, 3 cars. 1 lb off, 58c; re
jected, wheat. 1 car, 58c: No. 3 oats, 1
car, 33c; No. 3 oats, 4 cars, olj^c; No. 2
winter wneat, 1 car, 1 lb off,sß3^c; No.
2 winter wheat, 1 car, I lb off, 09c. - -
FITCH BROS. & CO.
LITE STOCK COMMISSION,
■'.: . south M. I'.uil. 11 "^~' 1 : •■! ;
Reference: : ; Union Stock Yards Bank,
. 1.1 V STOCK.
?J * " .--'■ : . Union Stockyards.
Receipts — 600 hoits. 80 cattle, 1
calf. j .
Hogs —Market opened alow, but yards
cleared at noon at about 5c advance to
packers. Quality good.
■ Representative Sales— : .
No. Wght." Dock. Price No. Wght. Dock. Price
. 1 b'r -.63 .... $3 00 08 , Hl2 ;-• 80 So 05 1 1
. lst'g4'J) .... 2 75; 82 229 200 5 05'H
2stgs47o .... 275 49 . 236 .... 505
1 sow 530 ..4 50 88 210 40 505
2s'ws47o .... 4 75- 87 242- ...; 5 07V4
61 231 .... 500 63 374 .... 5 07%
65 209 80 500 18 230 .... 510
71 229 123 s<K> 53 233 .... 510
64 228 120 5 02^ 95 275 120 510
50 273 ... 505
Cattle— Firm. Good demand.
Quotations— steers, [email protected];
good steers. [email protected]; prime cows, $2.50
@2.75; Rood cows, $2. [email protected]; common
to faircows,[email protected]; liKht veal calves,
3(g>4; .5 heavy calves. . $2<a>3; stockers,
"[email protected]; • feeders, [email protected]; - bulls,
[email protected] --"', .-:. •-■•.:. '■■■■-■■-.- .-:;
.Representative sales: V.
No. Wt. PricelNo. Wt. Price
14 5teer5.... 1, 103 S:i 40| l cow 910 j U5
2 cows I,O'JJ a 75 7atockers.. S4U 240
1 cow 1,29) 215 3 stockers.. 513 240
1 cow 850 2 (JO 1 slocker... 700 2 10
a steers. . 9JO 305 2 stockers.. 535 270
2 dockers.. 530 2 (i!) "stockers.. 539 270
1 steer . 850" 325 leuuuer. .. 628 110
Sheep— Slow.
i
A M lti: BAROMETER.
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Mid lie will tell you more about
i Irculntion (ban all the affidavits
1 Int can bo published. - Jiikttryit
end you will be convinced ibai
C lolio Irntljiull. ■ ~-r-.ii^ -"
-:^r' WANTS CAN BE LEFT
At (lie Following Locations for
Insertion in Daily and Sunday
Globe.
ll. D.Merrill. /."Broadway.
f.H. Reeves, druggist, Moore block. Seven"
i ccrncrE. - . ■
■' C.T. Heller, druggist rrs St. Peter street
ftraiKht Bros., druggists, corner of Hondo
-ltd Giotto. K.VJ .' fy''^
c\ William K. Collier, druggist, 190 East Sev
;en street. • . i* ; ; . .'^-r
V Ai-T. Guernsey, druEgist, 171 Dale street
' V..A. Uirscher. .druggist X; Hondo street.
Sever Westby. 1 - druggist, iiu East Third
meet. fa
E. McCrudden.' confectionery. 49£ -^Uce
meet. ' '.%tZJfM'- •"'**
- W . A. Frost '* Co., druggists, comer Selby
iEd Western avenues. ,_ . ...: „ ; __,
B. J. Wltte. druggist 300 Market corner
Fifth. - '-''.'^f ' ini:^: - : _
ft>ratTATir%S OFFERED.
:~'':^ . T.. -^ j^j: \ ■-..•
AG Eft T$ — Salary or commission; the
; erealest invention of the ifge^the New
.Patent Chemical Ink-Erasiuc PeJicH; sells on
sjßht; works like magic; agents-isfe,- making
from 825/ jo 5125 per week. For fttriher par
ticulars write the Monroe Erase^SlaUufactu
' Ting Company: X 4, La Crjsser' W'isT ■: ""■
BOY8 OY— Wanted, a good, strong boy to work
around house at lake during the sum
mer: must be able to drive and milk cow.
Address S SI, Globe. . -■ -;-.:..
\/I US I C. TEACHER— Wanted, jeacheVo !
- 1 -*- 1 -' piano and voice;-^clnss of thirt#>live
pupils: only classical teacher, need apply;
must buy studio furniture; -can rent piano
• and organ. I leave to accept college position. -
■Miss M. W. H«wry i '-« iihi>etoni'iN'. D^ 'jiEsZ '
SA LESMAN f or line of cigars— per
U month, .and expenses: Address, ■■ with
stamp, Sumatra Cigar Company, Chicago.* l il.
OOLlClTOliS— Wanted, men of energy
0 and tact to solicit for the Bankers' Life
Association of St. Panl.-Minn. ; liberai>cor^
tract and splendid' territory can be secured
by addressing Clarep.ce E. ; Secor, SL-Fanl,
Minn. '^jrf'..-' -sti*-'
SOLICITOR— Wanted; experienced (a*:
*O vertisiiis; . solicitor: : also subscrippoo
agent: Apply office of. Free Press, 180 West
Fourth. - - ..■.-.,..■-;■;■
STABLE BOY— Wanted, a boy for stable
0 at once. . 2.1 University ay. ■ . *:■'••
1 (MM) MEN WANTED to buy shoes
■i.^yj\J\J_ at the shoe sale at 33 East Sev
enth st. ■ ■ ■- •;■■ , .:'■ ■.;. i; . .
'■'■ ■- '- females. ~.T -. ~. - j
COOK— Wanted, a good cook; references
required. 660 Summit ay. .-
JOINING ROOM GlßL— Wanted, a good
XJ dining room girl and laundry girl at 420
Minnesota St., St. Dennis Hotel. . : ./-•
INING ROOM GlßL— First-class" din-
-1 ing room girl in boarding house; $14
per mouth. -54 East Tenth st. ... . ... . .» , : :
INNING ROOM GIRLS-Wonted, ex
tra dining room girls at Windsorhotel: '
wages SI per day. . ..- .. : ;_jty ■'*"''
DINING ROOM GIRL-Wanted, girl for
•* dining room, at once. 293 Sibley at. ;.:,
LJ OUSEWORK-Experienced girl, good
XJ. cook, for general . housework; good
wages 381 Walnut st. ■ ;- - ..-:,-•;■ "^ 1'
OUSEWORK-Wanted, a girl to assist
at housework and care for a child ; small
family. 573 Laurel ay.
HOtSKWOKK- Good girl for general
housework. 668 Wabasha.' . ; ;
HouSEWORK-Wantelucompetentßirl
for general housework. Mrs. J. J. at
son. 679 St . Peter st ;: j*.-,£ - \>
TJ OUSEWORK— Wanted, good girl for
•11 general housework; small family. 231
Norris St. . •:,- . ; /. . ■
HOUSEWORK— Wanted. German girl :
for general housework: must eive refer
ences. Apply Monday forenoon," Apartment
-No. 42, The Murlborough, corner of Summit
ay. and Sixth st.
BOUSEWOKK— Girl wanted forgenorlt
housework; German or Scandinavian
preferred: no housecleaning. . 421 Jay st,
corner Fuller.- . .~r , -.. : ; -,-••.• C; v ?
HOUSEWORK— girl for general
: housework. 278 St Anthony ay. _> t
OUSEWOHK-Wanted, a good girl" f A
general housework. 370 Hoffman .ay.;..
Housework- Wanted, a comiSStent
cirl for general housework; no washing.
Call at 55 Western ay. : * * ; ••• , v -
H OUSEWORK-Wanted, eirl for general
. . housework. Apply mornings, at JS7
Ashland ay. . ■- : -.. - -. :. "~" ..Qy'r v
HOUSEWORK — Wanted, young girl
about sixteen to assist In housework- no
washing. ; 4.0 Woodward ay. ■-• : - '\ -J 7y
OUSKWORK— young K irl to
wort in small family. „- Inquire 490 Day
tonav. J
OUSKWOUK - Wanted, strong girl;
. must be a good washer ana irouerf-AT/
ply at 249 West Third st . . T^~ .
PUBEWORK-W anted. girl for general
housework; ; family jof four. . Ko. 531
Laurel aT>* --.-..-■ • ■•-*■ - ■'■ ■ ... ; •--
HOUSEKEEPER _ Wanted, an elderly
• Catholic housekeeper for widower with
two young sons: salary small. Hi Eleventh st,
ITCHKN gikl wanted at 525 Summit
ay. ; call at once. , - ■-. - . ;>->• .-;--::.: •>
KITC.«EN WORK- Wanted, a girl for
. kitchen work. . 309 East Sixth st. v -
KITCHEN WORK-Warned, a «lrl for
kitchen work. 52S Cedar st. W' ■ .' " *• "
1 ( )(M) MA WAWXfcU » buy «hoes-
IjUUU at the shoe sale at 33 East Sev--.
cuth st. . ■•':'.; .... v -'. ."X " : '
':■'-■■..■ ■■• iJisTiti:'cTio"jis.' : :...,.«;;;.'" -'■■/;
MfcN.'i WOMI'.N .AND ■'-:. CUILDRKI
; - should call at 33 East Seventh st, to eet
their shoes. . ■-. -■-: i. ■:■: -. ;..-.■ --;. J^.;-> -.^ -y
ST. AliA • HAS AUADK.U V OX AOSIC
and Art 20 East Exchange St., St. Paul—
Piano, violin, • euitar, banjo i aud •■ mandolin
taught I Lessons given iv drawing and paint * :
ing. Call or tend lor prospectus.
' SITUATIONS WANTED. .^
• '■" -■..-:':. ..: .:;:-... u> ,<:. ■•.;;.:-';.■ . ;
BAKKH— situation wanted by a young
*-* man, age tweutv ; four years' experience ;
c»n show. Kood references. Address li. X.,
105 Smith ay . St. Paul.< t 7 V •■■ .-,. viriv.
BAH. Kits— cult* and honl bakers i
.'that want positions. Bakers' Employ-'
ment Bureau. 73 West Third st. -;^gy« ;,-y. " ■'
OOKKEKPEH-Waiitea. a position by a
J-» double entry ; bookkeeper of lone expe
rience; make •■ me an . offer. Address V 50,
Globe. . ■:-, "",■ ■„ ■- ... :. . , T■ :-
DOORKKKPKR — Wanted. V position as
A-*,--, bookkeeper or office work of any kind
by « young man who can give the beat of
references. S 79. Globe, c^.r,. :-;■,-■: . -
OYts PLACES, places for boys.
' employment bureau for poor boys, free;
Newsboys' Club R00m.313 Wabasha ; open
from 11 to VI a. m.. and from 7t>it p. m. -'*
| /'lLEKK— Situation wanted . by a sober and
y~i i competent young man in store or to de
liver; is well acquainted in the city, and has
best of city references. Address J. A. M., ;
648 Hague ay., city. ',.:.-. _: . "-,v : , ,'• ',
CCKItK— Wanted, a place to work in some
w wholesale or retail store; willing to
work reasonable; can give good references.
Address C. W. H., 52a St Peter gt.:..-, .
CIOOK— Good, first-class cook wishes situa
v^ tion, lake or city; best -of : references.
M. W., St. Peter at., 400. Hotel Rouleaux. ,
GOOK— a first-class male cook wants po-
v -' sition, city or country, hotel or restau
rant. Address Z. D., No. 423 Robert st, St.
Paul. Minn. '.-.. - r - -:•:■ r- .'■'- .■ .','.: ■'..■■
piOOK—Situation wrnted by a strictly rirst
v^ class ' hotel cook: can give No. 1 refer
euces. Address X 75, Globe, Minneapolis.
POOR- Situation wanted, ,by a first-class
»— ' male cook, : for restaurant ■or ■ summer
resort; has best of reference. AddrtM C C.
H., 10 East Indiana ay. *.■■.•■■-•' '•■ ..■-'.;.:.-;
C^OOK wants situation; can furnish -good
■> ■ references as .to character ana ability.
Address H. Mullens. 207 Norris St.. St. Paul.
COOK— wanted by a first-class
meat and pastry cook in' city or country ;
best of references. . Address M. _„ 1028 Mis
sissippi st. - :^-*.
p OACHMAN —An experienced colored
VA coachman ; wants situation in private
family;;, best of reference . furnished*.- Ad
dress Charles Carter. 200 West Fourth st. -i;
POACHMAN- Wanted, situation . Dy ■ ex
v-'. perienced colored man as coachman or
houseman; salary no object. Charles Carter,
200 West Fourth st. - - . -..- ■: ■>•,.
Cio ASHMAN— Wanted— A colored man
' desires a position as coachman; bus
severs; years'. experience; understands the
care of horses thoroughly; can furnish very
best of city references.. Address T. S., 97
East Twelfth st
COACHMAN— Situation by a young Ger
v^ man to drive and tajie care of horses;
well acquainted in the city; first-class driver
Call or address 448 St. Peter st. ■ " '
■EMPLOYMENT — Wanted, by young
-I— . married - man, position with wholesale
house; cau furnish good reference; has had
no experience, .but willihg to work. Ad
dress A 46, Globe..; !^T .-. -. ■ ,&\ y :y-.,:jr T
■paiPLOYMEK-r— A young Scandinavian,
-Lj » who has been clerk in the old • country,
would like tojfret a position of auv kind,
willing to start for small wages. -' Address F.
lorgensen. 418 Superior sti. *~'; ;r. r-
p«NGINKKB—A stationery engineer of .
-I— twelve years' experience will be open
for engagement after May 15; A l reference.
Address X 50. Glojijj^; „.•-■.-.-. - - - - :
OCSK CLI-;-4^si<G— Would like work
* as cleaning ana laying carpets, helping
at house cleaning or cleaning ! offices, stores
qr yards,.%ot4eiis, in fact ajiy kind of -work' ;
witting to make myself generally useful by
the day, houror job. 9 C. Soreusen, 325 Olm
siedst ■-;,■--■.->';..-■ .Vt -•-.->.- ■ .
IF YOU WASTi MAN. who knows how
to clean house to help - you. ■ address, or
call. J. Siddall, 198 East Fifteenth st. Satis
faction guaranteed. .'^ji^- . ;. . ' 4^> ,' .-,i> :
OFFICE WORK-Boy of sixteen would
\J like a situation in office or store; has
good references. Apply toG.iR. Pattison,
-352 Chestnut St., city. '- " ". . - -;;- % >.; --,
j PAINTING, paper-hanging and cleaning
■Xv to do. Address 97? Fnller st. . .—? .^a . :-
SALESMAN— Experienced.' salesman and
*J . bookkeeper in wholesale and retail - gro
cery desires situation. AVC, 444 Cedar st. *
WORK FOR BOARD— A willing, young
man wants to dp any kind of respecta
ble work for his board and go to school. J.
L.; 641 Endicott building. -'.':. T
1 I\lM\ MEN WANTED to buy shoes
I,UVJU at the shoe sale at 33 East Sev
enth Bt.-' ..-■ - -.'■ r .. . •« ■";
. Female.
C COMPANION— Youuk woman would like
(I position- as companion to invalid lady, ~
or as nurse in small family going to lake or
seashore. Address E 54, Globe. ..'.v ■'.-;'
' COOKS — Competent • cooks - waitrng for
vv . places at 385 Walnut St. . . ,■ ■.:.;.:,
. r\RESSMARER — Thorough, competent
XJ dressmaker desires engagements in fam
iHes. Address BS9 St. Peter st . ■ ■-; '■ ■■■-.:
HOME— Wan led, a home for a girl attend
"-. ing school, age. 12 years; will do light
housework for board. Must reference,"- and
will eive reference. 562 St. Anthony ay.
II OUSEKEEPER— Wanted, situation by
IJ ; ' a , competent . housekeeper; prefer iv
the city, but no objection going out of city.
Please call or address 542 Cedar st, near cap
itol. up stairs. : . — •.'.■-..■
EN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
r should call at 33 East Seventh st. to get
their shoes. ' -_ *,
NURSING— Wanted, to go out nursing;
. can give references; will work for $5
per week. Address 604 Thomas st ; ,
SECOND WORK — Girl '; wants second
work. 427 Selby.- ■ V. ■
t^TENOGRAPHKR— Young . lady would
k^ like position as stenographer and type
writer; three years' experience. Address U
53, Globe. . - ■ . ... ' '. ,-v - ■■-,' .-:-.. .::---..:J
OTKNOGRAPHER — Lady stenographer
O - desires a position as stenographer and
typewriter: cau use the Remington and
Smith Premier; will work reasonable. B. R.,
427 University ay. .:..'_, ■ :- <
OTfcNOGRAPHER-Wanted- lady
O stenographer would like position where
she ' can gain . experience. " Address - W 68,
Globe. •.-.- -;-■.-..■*■■.*,.•■■. >;.{'■■ ■■-:: .>:■-.../■ ■
TENOGRAPHER desires position: ex-
O - perienced; good references: : will assist
in ■ bookkeeping; am : willing - to : work for
small salary. . R. O. 8., 707 Hudson ay. ..j>~- -..:■
ASHING AND IRONING — Would
like a few more good places for going
out washing and ironing, or housecleaniug;
satisfaction guaranteed. . Mrs. Soreiisen, 325
Olmsted st. up stairs.
ASHlNG— Wanted, ;by Mrs. A. Dv
". charme. No. 370 Dayton ay. ; first-class
laundress. Washing called for and delivered
by seuding your order to the above address.
WASHING— Woman wants washing or
ironing, or any day work. Apply 250
Rice st. „-=■■->-•■ -v-y-.-;- - »■%<'.'■ --:.rV.V:.-
W ASHING— Wanted, to go out washing,
-ironing and housecleaniug. Call at
694 Thomas st. -?.:,vt^f.??\-jt.^ r
WASHING— wants washing. 697
■?. Charles st., up stairs.- : ■■■ ■-. : .-.-.■.- .. •:
. ASHIAO wanted at 456 East Sixth St..
WASHING— good German', washer
,-; woman would like to take washing at
home. 590 Robert. ■ ' ■ -:r^.--r ■■*■■':'•. '•-;
WASHING AND HOUSECLEANING
VV wanted. 661 Mississippi st..Mra .'Clausen.
AS HE It WOMAN— Agirl wants work
, by the day washing and housecleaniUK.
-Call 46 West Ntnth.yr-:,^.-' ■.•'■:■'•■.■.••■,■--.;■• •'■"-■
WASHKKWOM AN-Womau wants I to
r. go out washing, ironing - and - house-
J leaning by the day. .. Call at 189 West Fourth
;'; -■; ■; C" . WAITED TO BUY.
, WANTED— merchandise, any kind '
■•'»■» r« excepting drugs. In exchange for cash
And V real - estate. George - Dubola, Box I 527
Minneapolis . „; • -^ ." ■• • .
-:. :■ ,•■ -...-' „;■;;r on; REST. ':^- ; • • ~ '-,!. '• \
J. W. »li<-|»nr<l, 94 East ttli St.
RENTS HOUSES, STORKS, .'Wricks,.,
rv : acts : as owners' agent, collects rents:'
steam-heated apartments for 820, |ii, %ii and
$3.=>: reduced rental. ■ ■: j ..v -■<■;-■.■
■ , ROBERT L,. WINNE, v > 3
AGENT FOB CARE OF PROP
KEBTY^:^;, ''• ";•
ESTATES MANAGED. :
MANHATTAN Itl IMH\<;.
.- ; .'.- r -;- . : . ; ; ilonscf,.
CANPKT CLEANING, refitting aud lay
y~> lug. Electric Clean inn Works. 159 West
Third st Telephone 1200.
HOUSE— Large modern bouse; shade
trees, large yard; 471 Dayton ; also fur
nished cottage. -.■■: ■ -■■..;?:;■ -->>: j. ;-—.-.-t ■ .-■
--HOUSK— For rent, eight-room bouse. No.
" 232 Mount Airy, near corner Mississippi
it,. Inquire at 35 East Fifth at. . -._•,■.:-
HOUSE-295 Fourteenth St.— For rent,
I single house, seven rooms, with modern
conveniences. Apply to T. E. Blase, an East
Fourth st. •-..: ■-', . -: ;■, ■':„ •■■ -_\r , .-..■-. ■
HOUSE— For rent for the i summer, finely
I furnished eight-room detached house,
Dayton ay. ; all modern ' improvements; .
piano, yard and shade trees; $23 per month.
Address a 78. Globe. - . ■ „.'-.-■' . ' '.
HOUSES— I have got three brick houses,
13 rooms each, all connected together;
two of the houses are arranged for fiats for
light ' housekeeping. If you are a worker and
want to make some money, I will rent you
these houses for $sr> a month. Call and see
me at room 7, First National .bank. E. Lytle.
HOUSK— Modern honse, 658 Pine St.. six
J-l , rooms and cioset and - bath, good attic
and cellar. Aoply on - premises. - ... Kegan
Bros., 320 Nicollet Minneapolis, agents; rent
$18 per month. ..- . .'■ - '.'■_ ■*_ »'.
HOUSE— For rent for ; the summer, iur
nished house of nine rooms. 442 Day
tonav. . . - ■-.."■• ' - ■.-.,•
HOUSE— Furnished house, all modern im
provements, nme rooms. 82tS Sclby ave
nue. . Call at house or upon owner, 116 Globe
building. _> -; . . -:■■■.;
HO USE- Iglehart Nos. 85 and : 81—Nine
: room ' house and four rooms ground
floor for rent; desirable ■ in | everything; 830
and --$lt> a month • respectively. * Inquire 81
Igleoart. - ... " :.-*f: : -." ■ ■ -;:--r-? ■ : -^ -;.-<—'-;:-.
HOUSE-Lovely eight-room house. Wal
nut, corner Pleasant; very cheap to good
party. Esterley, 22 East Fourth. -■'--..; ■■_• • !
HOUSE— For rent, brick" house, six rooms
; and alcove; modern; iv first-class con
dition ; 'desirable location. .: Inquire 48 West
Deios st . . ' ..--.: ■■-. • . ■ o~ -
HOUSE — Laurel ay. ; eight rooms. bath.
large yard, one : block to cable. - J. W.
Shepard. 04 East Fourth. ■-..-■ - ■ ■ . .-:■.. ,
II — 735 Lincoln ay. ; ten rooms.brown
LJ. stone '. front, modern, > steam heat, one
block to cars. J. W. shepard, 94 East Fourth.
HOUSE — On Ashland ay., ■ handsomely
■ furnished house; hardwood- floors. Ori
ental rugs, grand piano, etc. ; rent low. J. W.
Shopard, 94 JEast Fourth;- vv--;'
HOUSE— 301 Nelson ay.; eleven rooms,-,
brick, modern, furnace, laundry, etc. ;'•'
walking "distance. ■•J. -W. Shepard, vi East
Fourth. •.-.£.>••;■ '■ .. -: "'" . - • -r.»' •; ■.-:-■_■ ■■■.■-,-_•.
HOUSES— Five handsomely furnished ;
steam-heated apartments; two furnished
houses. .Shepard. 04 East Fourth. - •'-■■• '
HOUsE — rent, six-room house; : city
water; 12!) Valley st. Inquire 474 Jack
son st ' .-.;■ . .
HOUSE— For. rent, 408 St,^Anlbony ay.-,
:/ sixrocm house; water, sewer, screens:
814.. '■ Inquire 452 Dayton ay. :_»•":• -
HOUSK — .Modern tea-room house. 304
Iglehart st. near Western ay. : in first
class repair; reasonable rent to good tenant.'
Postoffice Box 2527. .: „:;-.,:;':■.
HOUSE —For * rent, "modern - ten-room |
house; newly papered, new furnace;
block from cable ; 450 Dayton ay. - Inquire
next door, or 27 Davidson- Block, corner
Jackson and. Fourth. .;- . . • - of-v :
HOUSE— 815.00 i Per : Month — House r- 639
- Dayton ay.; . seven rooms ; city water.
Apply 115 East .Fourth st. .. v- :■■ - ■■-.
HOUSE— will rent No. 710 Carroll St. ;
■ six rooms, city water and sewer; large
grounds. . W. F. Morltz. Pioneer Press.
HOUSES— 417. 418, 420 East Tenth,
twelve rooms each: 676 John st.. five
rooms; 674 John st, six rooms: 467 North at.,
six-room cottage. J. K. Hoffman, 53 Giltillau
Block. .'■■■-.■■-■:. ■;'•'•- ' : .■ :'i :■.- ''^..-.-i
•J»J EAST SEVENTH ST. is the place to
O'J j get bargains in shoes for the next few
days. : :.-■■----::' :■■,■•■"--. ■.- "- ■'
rTATLOES RENTING ' AGENCY—
1 GLOBE BUILDING —WE KENT
HOUSES, - STOKES, - OFFICES. TAKE
CHARG- OF RENTED PROPERTY AND
MAKE COLLECTIONS.
;.-•,". ■",'-" " House-Sulmr ban . . „
pOTTAGES at Whilh Bear lake; we have
, v^ one furnished ' and three - unfurnished
cottages; price 865. $50 and $25 for the sea
son: don't fail to call. M. E. Kost & Co., '
corner Third and Robert sts.i;.;. •■;',:
HOUSE— 1999 Iglehart st, Mernam Park; 1
* seven ■ rooms and bath. ; Shepard, 94
East Fourth :■•■• __ ' : ■■■'.- -';'.■
HOUSE— Merriam Park, corner Rondo and
;. Prior ay.; ten rooms, furnace, bath,:
storm and screen windows, large grounds. -
Shepard, 94 Es«t Fourth. :■''.-• •
-p--:^:^- |>3 Flats. .
FLAT— Desirable modern four-room flat;
first floor; good location; central. 188
Fourteenth St., near Jncksou. ■ •-. - - -.
■looms. ... ■; •:-;
—HOTEL BRUNSWICK, for gentle- ■
• men only; fifty modern steam-heated .
rooms by day. week or month. . 7 "; r.'>"
pOLLKGK AY.. 19, EAST— Two pleasant
v^:. front rooms: modern conveniences; one
block from capitol. .... ■""■"•}■':
f~«JFTH »T., 143 WEST— .Elegantly turn
:. ished rooms, large, well lighted, modern
conveniences: everything first-glass. ---;.;:■
OTKL ■ BARTEAU, 23 »- Furnished;
rooms for housekeeping: also parlors
and single rooms; low prices. \
JACKSON ST.. 764— Three rooms, first
floor, front: city water in; screen doors
blinds. Inquire in rear. ■. ■ -. ■•■■ - - • i?
MEN, WOMEN AND - CHILDREN
iV.L should call at 33 East Seventh st to get
their shoes. -:..;:: .•■•-■•■■•■-...■■" ..•;. ■ :- i-.Q
ASH ST., 256— suites of four and
three rooms; . modern conveniences; ,
references required. -.■■•'.. . : - ,-
ROOMS— On : Grove ■ st. very : " pleasant ■
; .- rooms for '• light - housekeeping, fur- '
nished or unfurnished; prices to suit the
times. Inquire at 217 Grove st. ■;:■'..•'.
MITH AY., 93. NORTH— Three unfur
. nished rooms, with bath, centrally . lo
cated; suitable for light housekeeping. . t
ANTHONY AY.; 290— tour ; rooms on
O second floor; modern improvements for
housekeeping; without children. ■ - .
ST." PETER ST . • 458— Nicely furnished
front rooms: gas and bath. ■ ... -
CJT. CLAIR : ST.. • 427— Nicely furnished
O ■ front room. .: .-■ -c ■
ST. I'ETtli ST., 556— A nicely furnished
, front room, with alcove and bath, suit
able for man and wife. r ..- >-r--,r, -^v'.~.-'j
Utopia, 493 ST. PETER— Pleasant front
rooms, single or en suite. . ■ - -
I TIYAB A •> H a7~77o— (Ryarr~Bl6ckj-Cosy
'■■ V *;■• single room, with- bath and all modern :
improvements, cheap.*-': v->i<f.r •.-•■■'-^-*_; i-- .'■*■■■
ALNtfX ST., 385 — Furnished i room, '
■ with east and west front. ag-^i.'..^'
Af\ TEARS "in the auction -business, and
r\J newer saw goods slaughtered as at the
Dieter shoe sale, 33 East Seventh st"- •■ T r-'-a,r
HORSES AM) CARRIAGES.
I HOUSES— Horses at auction every Tues
; LI --• day at 1 p. m. at i the j Minnesota Horse
'Auction and Commission Stables. 116 Fifth
st. south, Minneapolis. Winslow & Zimmer
man, Proprietors. " '." — -
':<< ■:■-:, , ■-; ALCTIOJI . sales; -■- -j -.v .'j h
■ Kmviiuiikli Si JoliiiM»n, Auciioa
':*-V •■''•.:'"'' -•■■.•■■" eer». ,' .*:'••■/.:•".:.-;•
iOHOIis'AT. SLAU(iHT£K l'.i.CiCH—
, O .? There have been lots ■-: of : shoes • sold
cheap lin St. Paul, but | the '• prices on the
J boots and shoes at the great closing-out snle
of; the Dieter »hoe stock, at 33 East Seventh
St., has never been equaled. - We have only v
few more days to vacate the store, and the
, goods must be got rid of; 30. 49 and SO cents
on the dollar will buy them. Just think of
it. Such a magnificent stock as the Dieter
shoe stock being slaughtered at (hat rate.
But they must p.o. Come early. Kavanagh
& Johnson, Auctioneers, Office 186, 188 and
190 East Sixth at. '•'.:■ /;.;-. ..-..•.•.
PIANO. ORGAN. FINE FURNITURE,
Carpets, Books,' Picture*, Etc., at Auction
— We will sell at public auction in the sales
rooms. Nos. 187. and 161) East Sixth St., on
Wednesday, May U. of.' p. m., an elegant lot
of household goods, -consisting of a brand
new upright piano (cost ■ $450). organ (cost
$140), three elegant oak bedroom suits, fine
parlor suit, divans, easy chairs, center tables, I
hall trees, fine :. French clocks, . oil paint
ings, engravings, dishes, f glaj>s and \ sil
verware, fine < chenille curtains, portieres,"
laces, etc., about 2,500 yards of body Brussels,
moquette and velvet carpets, over 150 Brussels
art Kjuares 01 all sizes and patterns. If you
want, bargains in : fine goods, by all means
attend this sale, Kavanugh & Johnson.
Auctioneers. ISO, 188 ■ and - 19' East Sixth st.
>'. B.— Remember this sale is in the after
noon. ' . ■ ■ ■ ; - -. . ,- ■_■ ..■■ .: .■.;.'
Jebb &, Schauer, Auctioneers.
FURNITURK AND CARPETS at auc
tion at the residence. No. 6'A)V2 Cedar st.,
Tuesday mum ing. May 8. at 10 o'clock; bed
room sets, springs, mattresses, bed lounge,
rockers and chnirs; good cook stove, carpets,
bedclothes, kitchen uteuslles. etc. Jei,t> &
Schauer, auctioneers, 189 and 191 West Sev
eutb st.
TYPEWRITERS.
D EMINGTON IYFIIWIUTKKS — Al-
XV ways the standard of comparison, al
ways the best and always have the latest im
provements. Typewriter paper and supplies
of all kinds. Machines for rent. Wyckoff.
Seamans & Benedict. M East Fou rth st
THE ST. PAUL TRUST COSEPANY.
— Offieea, Endlcott Block, Fourtb
Street — Acts as executor, admin
istrator, guardian, trustee, as
■ignee, receiver, etc.
IYJOTICE OF SALE ON MORTGAGE
J- ' Foreclosure — Default having been made
in the payment of the sum of two thousand
one hundred and fifty live dollars and forty
five cents, ($3,155 45-l^jJ which is claimed lo
be due at the date of this notice for principa
and interest, and taxes and assessments paid
as hereinafter recited, upon a certain Slort
gage duly executed aud delivered by Joseph
ine Swansou. and :'eier swansou. her hus
band, to The St. Paul Trust Company, a cor
poration, duly incorporated and organized
under the laws of Minnesota, bearing date
the Twentieth day of June, A. D. 1891, and
duly recorded in the office of the .Register of
Deeds in and for the County of Ramsey and
State of Minnesota, on the third day of* July,
A. D. 1891. at 9:35 o'clock A. SI., in Book
"205" sf Mortgages, on page 315, of the rec
ords of said Ramsey County; which said
Mortgage was given to secure oue priucipal
note, for two thousand dollars, due June
20th, isjitG, with interest thereon at seven per
cent, per annum, payable semianuually. ac
cording to ten coupon interest note?, which
are particularly described in the saidinort
gage, as so recorded, aud default wts! made
in the payment or the said coupon interest
note, for seventy dollars, which bocame due
aud payable on December -Otb, 1893, aud no
part thereof has since been paid;
And, Whereas. The said principal note, as
well as the said mortgage as so rteorded.con
tain a provision to the effect tl-t if any or
either ot the said coupon interest notes snail
remain unpaid for ten days after the matu
rity thereof, the nolder of said principal note
may. at its option, aud without furtner no
tice to the makers thereof, declare the
said principal sum, as well as any or either
of said past due coupon notes, as fully due
aud payable, as fully as if said principal
note was payable on demand, and may pro
ceed and collect the same by foreclosure of
said mortgage, either under the power of
sale therein contained, or by suit or other
proceedings in court, or otherwise, as he or
they may elect;
Aud Whereas. In and by said mortgage, said
mortgagors further covenanted and agree.}
that they would pay aud discharge ail taxes,
assessments or other charges that then were
a lien, or thereafter might be levied, as
sessed or Imposed, and become a lien upon
the premises described In snid mortgage, or
any part thereof, such taxes, assessments or
charges to be paid by said mortgagors before
any peualty, interest or other charge should
attach to said property, or auy part thereof,
by reason of the non-payment of any such
taxes, assessments, or other charge or lien,
under or by virtne of any State, City or Coun
ty Laws, whether for local Improvements or
otherwise; and that, in default thereof, the
said lfiortgagee or its assigns might pay such
taxes, assessments or other charges and ex
pense's, and the amount so paid, and the
interest thereon at the rate prescribed by
statute in such cases, from the time of such
payment, shall forthwith be due and pay
able from said mortgagors, and shall be
deemed to be secured by snid mortgage, aud
shall be collectible in the same manner and
upon the same conditions as the interest
upon the principal sum hereinbefore men
tioned;
And Whereas, By reason of the said
default iv the paymeut of the said interest
coupon for seventy dollars, which became
due and payable on December 2i)th. 1593, and
more than ten days after such default the
snid mortgagee did duly declare the whole of
said principal note as fully due and payable,
and did thereupon duly present the same for
pnyrneut at the place of payment therein
named, and the payment thereof was then
aud there demanded and refused;
Aud Whereas, The said mortgagors neg
lected aud refused to pay the taxes lawfully
assessed upon swd mortgaged premises for
the year 1892. and the s.ame became delin
quent on the First day of June. ISD3; and on
the 30th day of March, 1894, the said mort
gagee paid said taxes, with all interest,
penalties and charges accrued thereon, to
wit. the sum of thirty-seven dollars aud
sixty-two cents;
Aud Whereas, The said mortgagors neg
lected and refused, to pay an assessment for
local improvement, to wit, for Indian Mound
Park, upon said real estate, duly levied and
assessed thereon by the City or St. I'aul, aud
the same became delinquent: and on said
30th day of March, 1594, the said mortgagee
paid the said assessment togetuer with the
costs, interest and charges accrued thereon.
ad wit. the sum of seven dollars and fifty
nine cents, and which snid sums so paid (or
taxes and assessments, as aforesaid, are
claimed as additional liens under said mort
gage, and collectible as a part of the debt
thereby secured, and are included iv the said
amount hereinbefore claimed to be due at
the date of this uotico upon snid mortgage;
and no action or proceeding at law or other
wise having heen instituted to recover the
debt now remaining secured by said mort
gage, or any part thereof:
Now. Therefore, Notice is Hereby Given,
That by virtue of a power of sale contained
in said Mortgage, and pursuant to the statute
iv such case made and provided, the said
Mortgage will be foreclosed, and the premises
described in and covered by said Mortgage,
viz.: Lot numbered twenty-eight (2h> of
Adam Gotzian's subdivision of block num
bered seventy-seven (.77) of Lyman Dayton's
addition io St. Faul, according to the record
ed plat thereof, as the same in of record in
the office of the Register of Deeds iv and for
said Kumsey County, the said real estate
lying aud being in said Ramsey County, and
State of Minnesota, with the hereditaments
and appurtenances, will be sold at public
auction, to the highest bidder for cash, to
pay said debt and interest, and the taxes and
assessments paid as aforesaid on said prem
ises, with interest and seventy five (875) dol
lars, attorney's fee, as stipulated in and by
said Mortgage in case of foreclosure, aud
the disbursements allowed by law; which
sale will bo made by the Sheriff of said Kam
sey County, at the Fourth street front door
of the Court House, in the City of St. Paul,
in said County aud State, on Wednesday, the
sixteenth (Kith) day of May, A. D. 1594. at
ten o'clock A. Jl. of that day, subject to re
demption At auy time witbiu one year from
the day of sale, as provided by law.
Dated March 31, A. D. 1594. '
THE ST. PALL TRUST COMPANY,
Mortgagee,
ByJ. W. Bisuor. President.
Charles W. EiiKiii.Kis", secretary.
Harvey Officer,
Attorney for Morteigee. Endicott Block,
Fourth St., St. Paul, iliuu.
REAJ. ESTATE FOR SALE.
■- ; l .:/ ' :•■■ .Uonwcs for Sale.
OO BAST BhVJSNTH ST. is the place to
*J' J ;■ get bargains in shoes for the next lew
days.- ;:■_■. ■ ■ ■-•^■;j .-.._-,
'''- ' >iil>iifhnn. ....-.-
ON ACCOUNT of health of family requir
. ing change of climate, I will dispose of
my nursery and frnit farm ; all set out in sal
able stock; agents now on the rond taking
orders: good buildings. For further partic
ulars, address A. A. Bost. Excelsior. Minn.,
or T. Host Jr.. Globe counting room.
CUVK ACRES of fine garden land for sale,
•- -■ situated five miles from center of city,
by Fred Mobery. 5sH Decatur »t.
- . - . Miscellaneous.
}X TTENTION !-if you are looking for a
Jr\.'- genuine bargain in a strictly modern
bouse in the best neighborhood on St. An
thony hill, give me a call and I will satisfy
you. - I am instructed to offer such a bargain
.by the owner, who is about to remove to
New Yor*. and 1 will make a price to «nit
the- times. William Cauby. 618 Pioneer Preas
Building. ;. , .
FIWA>CIAI.
-U-.V--; -•'- 56,00U-6 Per Cent.
] .. One Sum, to Be Loaned Bight Away.
,-"-' ; ••:.■ 7 Per Cent money
For ; Vacant Property ' Loans of $500 and
*Vi 2 •": ■ ■' '"Upwards. «.> ■;
_ We are loaning money at 6 and 7 per cent
at lowest expense. -■>
H. & V. J. ROTH-CHILD.
■••■--■■■ '■ 310 Tioneer Press Building.
LI AMI STOCKS a specialty: tone's, com-
J-» mercial paper mortgages, securities
; bought and sold. George W. Jenks. Invest
ment Banker. Minnesota Loan and Trust
Building. .Minneapolis. -.
DO YOU WANT TO BORROW MONEY
XJ on your household goods, horses or car
riages, piano, diamonds. - watcher, etc
we will let you have from $10 to $100, with
privilege of paying back in installments;
business strictly confidential. Rdom 7, First
National Bank, corner Fourth and Jacksoo
sts. American Mortgage- Loan Company.
LOANS MADE ion"-. personal property of
XJ value. Rooms 13 Bud 14. First jNuiioual
Bank Building. ff.v:'^
Mok*. i" 1.1, an , ->Mm life insurance d
ides; or Lout*tJ.-L P. Van .Norman
■1 Guaranty Loan UuilduiK. .Minneapolis
MONEY ON HAM) to loan on City prop
erty and farms; lawes: rales* no delay.
W. F. Muritz, lUI3 Pioneer Press. *
-F-K-l-V-A-T -£-
Honey leaned on ; ctnwtela. pianos, organs
furniture, collateral paper, etc. ;-' mortgage
bought; notes discounted. Ohio Invest
went Company. Room ]iJ-'. Globe Building;
most private rooms in the city; take ele
vator to seventh floor. . .
TV. Is STATK SAVINGS* BANK Ger
■M- mania Life Ins. Bdg., 4th and Minn. st«.,
makes loans on good security, at moderate
ates. and charge no commission.
Ai\ TEARS in the auction business, and
"*V7 never saw goods slaughtered as at the
Dieter shoe sale. 33 East Seventh si,
■.-. J V: . ■ '■ ■■•■ :■•- 5/ .
::-.- PE«BOMAI,S. : v
ARK YOU IN TKOCBLE?-Cousult
■£\. Madame Ina WeJker, -life reader." for
faithful reading of your past, present and
future; she will guide you in aH affairs of
life by a power higher than human; corre
spondence confidential: ladies. So cents:
gentlemen. $1. 515 Wabasha st^ opposite
capitol. ' i *." "
GKO. M. HOUSE massage find: mechani
_ cal movements has T removed to HO
Selby ay. •=>" ■:.:: , i '
MASSAGE AND VAI'OU BATHS—
Mrs. A.F.Bagnell. Room 7, 159 West fev
eutb.
MRS. DR. WlLMAM— Ciairvbyuui and
massagUt; reveals the past aiud future.
542 Cedar, up stairs.
MISS H. I>K TKAJUS — Manicuring and
massage; alcoholic, twin; satislactiou
assured. Parlor la. No. g? East Seventh st.
MRS. DR. RK.AKDON removed to »M
North Exchange, corner Sixth. Massage
work a specialty.
MRSANNIK WAGXKK— Business and
Test Medium. 50? Waoaslia si.
\\ KS. M. A. (ILSSKY, iiAKk.AI.OO—
111 624 Wabasha St.— Magnetic and jiassage
treatment for paralytic, rheum atism and
nervous distases: also baths j a.m. to s p.m
A f\ YEARS in Ihe auction business, aud
W never saw goods slaushtered as at the
Dieter shoe sale. XI East seventh st
BOABP OFFERED.
BOAKDJNG— For rent, with board, two
large front rooms. 192 East Tenth sl
BOAKD— Pleasaut rooms nicely furnished,
with board; aii modern conveniences; a
fine locution; near the capitol. 64 East
Eleventh st.
BOARD— Nicely furnished rooms, with
hoard ; large, modern house. 21u East
Ninth st.
BOARD— Well furnished rooms, desirable
location, with good board, at moderate
prices. 5-'U and 522 Cedar st.
BoAKD— A few respectable young women
can be comfortably accommodaied wim
board and lodging at 677 St. Peter su
HTHK MINKK" — Desirable rooms and
-I board can be secured for the summer;
excellent locution for business people. lt>3
College, comer sixth.
LOST ASP FOUHO.
DOG LOST — Large St. Bernard, dark
brown. ■A. 11. Simon, Seventh and
Jackson. : "..■;■.-.*'?: -; - . - -..-■
GLOVES LOST — Saturday evening, on
; ,Wabasba, new pair of lady's Dlack kid
gloves. < Finder please leave same at Globe
office. .'" : "■;.^;-v: -'•
RING LOST — Near Hastings, ou morning
- of Sept; 12, by dropping from the Bur
lington train, a gentleman's diamond ring,
full value of the ring will be paid to any one
returning : to W. ii. Mugraw, Globe counting
room. .;- •-.*. . :•;:<■ <t: -
rpippET LOST— Mink tippet, on South
-L- Wabasha, or Congress si,; Thursday
evening; tinder please return to Globe office
and receive reward. ;"..v '^" v ■•■
•JO EAST SEVENTH ST. is the place to
•JO get bargains in shoes for the next few
days. ■■ . „ ..j-^v:;. ..;■;,..■,,
ro« sale.
COW— For sale, a new milch Jersey cow:
gat. 865 Dayton ay.it::,..
FIELD GLASS — For sale, powerful
,:■ French field glass,cost $3 ', for Sin. O. O.
1)., privilege examination. Address Box 3*2,
Cincinnati. S , . CVv*| • .: .-. ...
LOT MACHINES— For sale. "The Mint'
' nickel machine. Latest out and greatest
moneymaker. Price 115. Special discount
to agents. National .Novelty Co., Milwaukee,
Vl*.' ~ -■-•-. ~ •'■■■-.:■■; f/-V .-■•■■■ --■■ ■ '
„"-" ..'.'.. to exchange. : ' : --
WHAT ; have you to offer for an acre of
.ground corner of Wyoming aud Oak
dalc sis? 04 East Fourth. Room 11.
'■\ : ; : r^'- ' ACCOUNTANTS ■ ', .
. M. TEMI'LK, 06 Germania Life'ftisur
« mice Building. expert auditor.
'■■ : - : : : ■■ ■■"" DANCING. -.';■- : y":
Vl/'ALTZINo taught easy; private lessons
» V given in ball room dancing.-. Address
James Hodka. 533 cedar St.-- >- ■•--■■;■ -^.;
: ■ BOABP WANTED.
Board wanted by Jewish young man at
k moderate price; ■ near Fifth and Jack
son preferred. Adilggjs ZM. Globe.
OYE WORKS.
AHLKIiT •'& MI.MKi, _ Minnesota
Steam Dje Work* »i East SeveuUt. . .
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