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NELSON BY 60,415,
The Official Totals of the Elec
tion in the State of Min
nesota.
THE GRAND TOTAL 297,192,
Which Is Over 40,000 More
Than Cast for Governor
in 1392.
COLLINS - WILLIS TUSSLE.
The Former Gets the Better
Total by Thirty-Nine
Thousand.
IFrom the SundnyiGlobe.]
The official rauvass of the counties of
llennepiu, Ramsey and Goodhue was
rompleted yesterday, waking it pos
sible for the hist time to give the vote
ii the state as returned by the eizhty
Bounty canvassing boards. The official
figures bring the total vote of the state
up to 297.W2, which is 30.000 more than
rast for president in 1592. and over 40,•
900 more than cast for governor in that
; ear. The vote is gratifying in one re
spect at least, in that it shows that the
population of the state is now more
[hau 1,500,000. Mr. Nelson is officially
fleeted governor by a plurality of 80,
--(15, but he lacks 1,072 votes of having a
Majority over all. Tho totals are as
follows: Nelson, 14>.<Y«i; Owen, 67,645;
Becker, 54.G04; Hilleboe, 8,883, Mr.
Kelson, Sir. Owen and Mr. Hilleboe
>aeb received his largest vote in llenne
pin, while Mr. Becker was most pupu
lariii his home county of Ramsey. The
vote for governor and associate justice
of the supreme court is given below:
, - Governor , 1 A As"te J.-^
* it « c £ C j;
2 S j: — £. -*
—o2 — — —
2? P7 „ (Q *~ ZZ
£ " i- z? = c
hßma ~ o | J » a
ii: s j g
: : '. : &
: : i : '•'■.•'■■!*
AiUiQ 649 V.i 24. 12 758 240
Anoka 12-0 331 CtiJ 4? 1373 7SO
Becker.... 112S 190 810 1)2 1255: SOl
Beltrami . ,r4 01 is 2 56 74
Benton... 733 405 39.i 16 B.i- 53S
Big Stone.. 728 218 .'55 59 >-3 • KM
B.'ue Earth 3196 159!- 8142 225 34bti 2-'«»0
Brown . . 1303 704 ltS' 45 148: 1514
Chilton....l S~>; 39:; 364 14 934 4*l
Carver 1730 1137 466 12 IS 5 13S1
Cuss 22; 91 140 g 211 133
Cbippewa. 910 114 734 55 «43 744
Chittgo... IS: 8 16!) 2&1 31 1900 23S
Ciay 1M 2461 132* 1,1 11M 13
Cook 68 10 1( 4 Oh 20
Cotionwo'd 842 C7i 503 its 915 511
Crow »Viu^ 1142 311 55ii; 50 1309 59.'
Dukota ... 14:3 12G1 IS'J'I 124 1573 2228
Podge 16:.: 304 l 5!'.) 8S 1633 734
Douglas... 15361 107 12001 r. 03 is t; si-4
l-Hribuult.. 2M3 750 329 2(>2 2321 886
Fillmore... SJ97I 41- 1292 .55 2937 1527
Freeborn.. 2371 128 i-!)o 1431 -467 £8i
Goodhue... 422t. 1145 ft* 191 4386 1318
Grant 822 M 74. 47 934 C4O
Heiinepiu.. 2J::y. 8890 iflOS 6,:4 24036 10441
Houston... 1726 849 033 .rS IT*) IK".! ,
Bubbaid .. 215 8.5 231) 10 230 258
Isauti 104ISJ 49 teHl OS 1146 427 |
lUsca I 840 607 120 41 934! 0-0
•ackson. .. ! 1242 128 701 43 1280 '.«■;
Kanakec... 248 29 19 15 273 111
Kuiidijohi.i 1547 67 1526 300 1832 1382
Kittsou 610 85 816 32 50'J 600
Lac q. Pie. 1285 99 £83 99 1409 940
Lake ■>:;• 70 109 5 166 104
L" £>ueur. • 18HE 1332 IOOU 11. £023 1918
Lincoln.. .! 496 kj fc«Ji 51 s;'O 579
Lyon 1.72 166 1052 149 1419 1045
}fcLeod... i:.02 1298 575 CO 1402 1532
Marshall .. 837 97 1225...;! <xr, 1001
Martin 1289 41- 4--3 88 13.")7 727!
Meeker.... 1717 42* 1161 82 1918 1232
iille Lacs. 621 123 205 20 557 2u7
Morrison.. 1815 113;; 576 49 2CBB 1391
iower 2442 711 658 139 2010 1261
Hurray 770 168 770 35 858 777
Ni'-oHet ... 131." 6-8 677 42 1488 1052
Nobles 1094 592 418 109 1100 800
Norman... 824 61 12:i4 93 889 1149
Oimsied.... 2526 I-','.: 56: is 2668 1578
Otter Tail. -504 .-■.■; 3286 311 3174 3040
J'ine 645)1 3)7 'Si-> 50 7..9 38? i
I'ipestone.. 743 171 632 39 1 787 647
Polk 200. 521 40'j7 125! 2415 3837
Pope 130? m 710 72 150,' 644
Ramsey?.*. 13277 6324 707:. 231 13927 11860 |
lied wood.. 1321 411 694 97 HO; 678 j
Kenville.. 1783 417 1764 100 197.- 1825 |
Kite 2515 1188 1224 lt« 2760 1815
Jlock lit;.' 2:0 332 43 1201 493 1
Hi. Louis.. 7581 1815 3.76 180 8420 3463 i
Scott 101? 1457 586 36 106* 178!) I
Bberburne. 777 141 353 31 888 325 ;
t-ibk-y 1309 828 75- 20 1550 1231
Steams 2032 3t:57 147'j 119 3103 3455 I
Heele 1740 114!.' 305 108 1828 1255
Stevens.... 715 214 42* 51 804 530 !
gwift 1022 20S 1077 55 1139 1087
Todd 1495 CO 995 81 1784 1279
TraverEe... 46'j 261 623 10 589| 677
W'abasha.. 1826 121-6 730 69 1918 1694 |
Wadena... 655 197 3:15 24 728 424;
Wasecarrr. 1 ■•< 7 478 751 97 1489 1047 I
Wasti'gtou 2574 742 1611 32 2872 1721
Watonwan 182 220 287 45 1125 432
Wiikin i 54. 124 567 18 679 577
Wincna.... 3338 2494 1102 119 3630 2869
Wright... 2804 980 1329 78 30861 1847
Vel. Med. .; 1195 8(3 10C4 119 1269 941
| I
Totals . .1148060|54<)04187645 6683 151846 112816 •
Nelson's plurality, 60,415. Collins' major-
Uy, 39.036.
COXGKKSSION'AL.
Results in the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth
and Seventh Districts.
The official figures in the congres
sional districts only serve to increase !
Republican pluralities. The ouly close I
district in the state was the Seventh, in '
which Mr. Boeo gave Mr. Eddy a rea- I
sonably fair run for his money. Hera j
are the figures:
Fourth District.
Kiefer. Dorragh, Clark, Mor- J
Counties— Rep. Dem. Pop. k*u,P.
Chicago 1,899 208 145 36
Jsauti ],O.'O 53 373 114
Kauiibec 255 81 100 31
■raxnsey ...... ..14,458 6,5.'6 3.881 365 I
Washington 2.633 1,370 553 46 j
Totals 20,514 10.268 5,052 s>yf\
Kiefers plurality, 10,246. I
Filth District, Henncpin County. I
Fletcher. £rick- Clare, i
Wards and Towns— R. son, D. Pod j
First 1,011 1,097 437 \
Becond 1,497 £.00 4*o
Third 2.490 1,818 947
Fourth 3,043 1,212 620
Fifth 3,012 1,124 584
Uixth L 133 1,143 748
Bcves^ L£R 4 9 323
FwHh 2,2C7 534 W
fc'j»th 1,396 7KI 870
Tenth 827 377 298
Eleventh 1,366 fl°4 518
s"wi-ifth CM M 219
Bhirteenth 385 118 47!
Country towns 2.199 1,063 . 595 '
T0ta15...... .22.405 11,536 7,443
Fletcher's plurality. 10,9;>9
Sixth District.
Towne, Bald- Halvor- !
Counties— R. W i n o. sen P
AHkin .. 679 296 '94
*n, ok* : 1,241 755 ; 208
Beltraml 40 100 16
gentoii... 667 683 832
Carlton ;. 757 477 308
Cnss 76 170 m
Cook 68 10 10
Irow Wing 1.204 485 296
lubbhrd 197 i<jo 164
tasca 820 627 75
-ale 459 71 73
! ilille Lacs 771 259 120
Morrison 1,874 1,480 211
•me 670 429 117
■t. Louis 8,362 2,784 1,622
ihcrburue 816 260 203
teams 1,933 4,270 $96
''odd 1,410 862 722
' Vndena 675 . 335 174
Wright 2.755 1,427 623
,^__ ______ __ __
Totals 25,494 15,930 6,363
I'owue'B plurality, 9.564.
Seventh District.
Eddy, Me- Boen, Kron,
Counties— H. Lean.D. Pop. Pro.
Becker. 1.0C2 169 606 128
big 5t0ne...'.... 802 187 431 79
' CUj ." J.OSJ 2UI J. 147 185
W^las u 1.54-J 205 &n -301
Qiftbi....;:^.^. MS ' 4t> 628 131
Ki\n&\yohi.... *-<ufi ♦* 1.341 851
kjtiJu.V ."...-.... '018 "^ 03 m 9i
Mar»bfir.::..*:-: 7i« 1 v ~^ZSj ....
yormsfli ;.-.;. ... 615 63 1.16/ l*Z
Otter Tail 2,. r 725 2.614 7oi
I'olk I,<>HB 710 3,740 232 ;
Ifnpe i,MM 25 . .rOl *i 70;
Stevens 706 . is? . 3i7 54;
Swift i.nits 2:3 1t.3 68 i
Traversa. 5S^ I.TO 631 52
vymcin. . .- 8 178 433 !
Totals 1?.».; 3.4>* 17,404 I 2,608
Eddy*! plurality. H>tX r-"""""~- •
STRENGTH IN GRAIN.
Home and Foreign News Re
garding Wheat Was All
Bullish.
Chicago. Nov. 17.—The preponder
ance of evidence was oil die bull side
today and May closed %c higher.
' Strength abroau was the feature, and
there was plenty of bullish domestic
news in addition to heip the holders'
side of the market. Corn was heavy,
closing unchanged for May. and May
oats finished \c higher. Provisions
wound up with fair trains.
The strength of the foreign advices
gave the tone to the wheat market here.
An advance, with which the session
was inaugurated on the strong cables,
was checked for a short time by receipts
of 914 carloads of wheat, compared with
6GV> a year ago, at Minneapolis and l)u
--iuth. The price soon recovered all it
had lost and continued to rise slowly
but surely to the end. It wound up for
May at 61 l 4 e bid, having touched Cl^g'ca
minute or two before the final close.
The opening was at from t)Oj>£c to 60^e,
and it sold down to GO^c before getting
above the first prices.
Sew York sent very bullish dispatches
respecting the export business. Room
for twenty boatloads for shipment to
Liverpool was taken today at 6c
per bushel freight, as against. %@lc
per bushel about two weeks ago. Fif
teen loads were taken for export at other
seaboard cities. Flour shipments were
heavy, engagements having been made
for 51,000 bbls yesterday I'orAmsteruani.
Bearish dispatches, and others which
rung die changes upon ail that could
help the price up, were plentiful.
The receipts of corn were heavy, and
500 cars are estimated for Monday.
These increased receipts and pressure
of new corn, both on spot and to arrive,
caused the markets to rule weak, but a
decline was sfcved in the end by the
bullishness of the wheat market. May
opened at from 49%@49%c, declined to
4'.i^@49*iC, advanced near the close to
sUi\ and rested at 4U%@soc.
A very good business was transacted
in oats. The disposition to buy was
liberal. The consequences were a
firmer feeling and slightly higher
prices. The principal buyers were ele
vator people. Rutnsey-Chandler dLs
pi sed of considerable stuff. May start
ed a trifle lower than it closed yester
day at 32}^c, sold up to 82% c. down to
32#@32%e, up again to 32% c, ana
clost-d with sellers at that price.
Provisions were firm and higher,
showing at the ciose the following
gains for January delivery: Pork, '25c;
lard, 10c. and ribs, l?; 2 c. Hog receipts
were 22,000. and the reports from the
stockyards were that the demand for
them was good at about 5c advance.
Packing for the winter season so far
numbers 450,000, against 256,000 last
year.
Freight rates firm at V 4 c for corn.
Oe an rates riruieir: 11 boatloads at New
York to Liverpool at 3d.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles Open- High- Low- Clos
ing, cst. est. ing.
Wheat, No. 2—
November 55 ' sf.z,i 55 55%
December.. .. 651,2 so'A 55»>2 501.4
May 60%-%i (ii^s COV2 iilVt-%?
Com, No. 2— j
November.... 51% 61% 501& 5114
December.'.... r,u 2 f.oui 50>,& 5(j%
May -I'.^-t,, so 49%-% 4978-50
Oatß. No. 2— - ■
November.... 28% £8% 28% 28%
December 2AVt 29 Mi 29 2014
-May aJVi 32^ 32 V* 32*
Mess Pork-
January 12 39 -12 55 12 30 12 55
May 12 05 12 90 12 65 12 93
Lard—
January 7 12i*> 725 7 12% 725
i May 730 7 42% 7 M 7 4^2
Short Uibs—
January 6 2.' 635 625 635
i Mil'- [ 8 j7Ma 655 645 C 55
' Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour— Winter patents, $2.50(«>2.70; win
ter straits, [email protected]; spring patents. $;>
>•<::.:,{,; spring straits, 82.20(5!2.75. Wheat
—No. 2 spring, 59^[email protected]^c; No. 3spring,
nominal; No. 2 ced,lssJs£(ss6%c. Corn
—No. 2. 51#c; No. 3 yellow^ -Ki'^c. Oats
— so. 2. 28>sc; No. 2wliite, Bi&@32}£c;
No. 3 while, 31^@32c. Rye— So. 2.
4Sc. Barley—No. "2, [email protected]; So. 3,-53
@55c; No. 4. [email protected] .,. Flax iced—No. 1,
11.44. Timothy Seed—Prime, $5.55.
Pork—Mess, per bbl, $12.62}£@12.75.
Lard—Per 100 lbs. [email protected]< ■Short
Ribs—hides (loose), [email protected] Should
ers—Dry .salted (boxed), 5%(a,5%c.
Sides—Short clear (boxed), 6%<so>sc.
Whisky—Distillers' finished goods, per
gallon, 51.23. Sugars, cut loaf,- un
changed. Receipts—Flour, 20,000 bbls;
wheat, 48,000 bu; corn, 138,000 bu ; oats.
150.000 bu; • rye. 0,000 bu; bailey, 62,000
bu. Shipments—Flour. 23.000 bbls:
wheat. 35.000 bu; c0rn,260.000 bu;oats,
45,000 bu; rye. 7,000 bu; " barley, 38,000
bu. On the produce exchange today
the butter market was steady; cream
eries. [email protected]; dairies, [email protected] Eggs
steady, [email protected]
M. HANSEN & CO.
Room 6, i.Ufiilan Block,
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA.
Ccmmission Merchants & Stock Brokers.
Grain, Provisions and Stocks bought and
sold lor cash or on margius. Out-of-town
business'a specialty. Write for our price
current.
Sew York Produce.
New York, Nov. 17.—Flour — Re
ceipts, 32,800 bbls; exports, 14,1)00 bbls;
sales, 9,800 pkt^s; market closed strong,
but buyers were scarce and business
dragged; city mill patents, [email protected];
city mill clears, $3.35: Minnesota pat
ents, [email protected]; Minnesota bakers', $2
@3.75; spring low trades. [email protected];
[email protected]; winter patents,
[email protected]; winter straights, [email protected];
winter extras. [email protected]; winter low
grades, [email protected]; Southern flour dull;
common to fair extras, [email protected]; good
to choice extras,[email protected]; rye Hour quiet;
sales, 200 bbls; superfine, $2.50(^2.75;
fancy, $2.85( buckwheat flour steady,
[email protected] Buckwheat quiet; [email protected]
Corn meal steady; sales, 150 bbls; yellow
Western, [email protected]; Brandywine, $3.05.
Ryo nominal; car lots, [email protected]; boats,
[email protected] Barley nominal; Wester i_,6sc.
Barley malt dull; Western, [email protected]
Wheat-Receipts, 33,160 bu; exports,
15,600 bu; sales, 1,965,000 bu futures,
120,000 bu spot; spot stronger: No. 2
red, store and elevator, 50& c; afloat,
60%@60Kc; f. o. l>., 61% c; No. 1
northern. ()B%c delivered; No. 1 hard,
70% c delivered; options strong all the
forenoon on foreign buying, increased
weekly exports from both coasts and
higher cables. Traae developing very
bullish undertone. The close was at
%<&%£ advance, and on the curb prlcas
advanced #c more; No. 2 red, January,
Go%@6lc, closed at 61c; f. o. b. closed
at GlKc; March closed at 62% c; May,
63%@t}4^c. closed at 64^c; Novem
ber, 59(gir>9!?s'e, closed at su^c; Decem
ber, [email protected], closed at f>9J£c. Corn—
Receipts, 100,900 bu; exports, 2,000
bu; sales, 209,000 bu futures;
spot, none; spot dull: No. 2, 60c
elevator; eo#c afloat; No. 2 white,
60c delivered; option market opened
steady, and advanced with wheat, but
later reacted under large carlot esti
mates, and closed %c higher on near,
and %c lower on far months; January,
55J£c; May, 53&@53%c, closed at
53% c; November, closed at 59c: De
cember, 56^@56^c, closed at 56^c.
• THg SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: MONDAY MORNING NUVEMBEtt I*, ]fm.
. Oats-Receipt*. 37.200 bu; imparts. 41D
bu; sales. 90,000 bu future*. 20,000 bu
snot; spot firm; No 2- »%c; No 3
; 3 4 c; No 3 white. 37^c;vNo. 2 de
livered, 84>ic; No. 2 white. 38.V c; track
■.White. ■ [email protected]~| _ ojuion market was
;«enrr«!ly firm, -'tilth- whear, and
; Ho«H at ,Vc advance; January
, c) sed at 34.^; February c!os«d at «s^c;
j i»ii«\ tiosed at B'i^c: November dosed
at 88.4' c; December, Qs)<<is*lc. cluing
j«' Mo. Hay firm jthippniK. SS&ftXvl
i Good to choice, [email protected]^c. Hops quiet;
1 state, common to choice old, [email protected]; new.
15 j: <•; Pacific coast. 3}[email protected] Hides
I steady: Buenos Ay res dry, u0
l to 24 lb«, lie; Texas dry, 24 to 30
■ M»s S?i<&}<•• Leather quiet; hemlock
: 60'e. Buenos A'.T'S light to heavy
weights. 15fo-lst'. «- Wooj quiet;
.-atM fleece, l(.)(a^ic";; BUll>d,
?D«'sr. B#et quiet; fmnily.
[email protected]; extra mess, [email protected] Be«f hams,
M7t0»175.0; city extra Indian mess. [email protected]
19. Cut''meats quiet; pickled bellies
«?«@7^c; pickled shoulders*. .V.,c;
pickled hams. B^@9}^c. Lard steady;
estern st- am closed at $7.00 bid; city,
$7.25: November closed at $7.G0 nom
inal; January. 17.55 roinlnai; refined
st adv: continent. $7.40(^8.50; com
pound, [email protected] Pork market dull;
i:« -. mess, [email protected]; family, $13.55
@14; short clear. $14.5(i®17. Butter
I steady; Western dairy, [email protected]; West
ern creamery. 15(a2«c: factory, [email protected];
ElKins. 26c; imitation creamery, [email protected]'Jc;
j state dairy. [email protected])£c; state creamery,
[email protected] Chees« active; large, 8 l 4 @
I 10^c; small, 23 2 @3c; part skims, S» 4 («>
be; full skims, 2«^<^3c. Eggs steady;
state and Pennsylvania, 23(5>24c; re
frigerator. [email protected]: Western fresh,
[email protected]; cases. [email protected]; receipts, (j,073
packages. Tallow steady; citj, 4%c;
country, 4^c.
SPECULATION
HAMMOND & CO.,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
130 and 132 Pearl S reet,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Stocks, Bonds, Cotton and
Grain bought and sold, or car
ried on Margin.
P. S. — Send for explanatory
circular on speculation, also
weekly market letter. (Free.)
FIXAXCI.4L.
Rcw York.
New Yohk. Nov. 17. — The stock
market was heavy during the two
hours of business today, and" with the
exception of a slight rally around 11
o'clock, prices steadily declined. The*
grangers were among the weakest
shares on the list, being freely sold on
the unexpectedly heavy decrease in the
St. Paul earnings for the second week
or November, which was nearly $200.
--000. London was a heavy seller of St.
Paul, and the room traders followed
suit, with the exception of Burlington
& Quincy, which closed 1% off on the
day, but % above the lowest. The
grangers were at their worst in
the final sales, Northwest showing
a loss of 1% ; Rock Island and .St. Paul,
l>a, and do- preferred, >£ per cent.
fcugar opened }£ higher, reacted %, rose
\%, lost the eniire improvement and
recovered 1. 1 , closing at last night's lig
ures. Manhattan sold up }.; per cent in
the early dealings, broke \% and recov- I
ered % % making a net loss of '-.: per
cent. Western Union advanced £, de
clined 1; 8 and rallied } 0 . The South
ern railway shares were notably weak.
Other declines on the day were: Mis
souri. Kansas & Texas. 1;; ; do common; "
%\ C, C. & St. Louis. ] 4 , and Cordage
preferred, I^. St. Paul & Omaha pre-1
1 erred made an advance of 2 per cent. |
The other changes, which are almost !
entirely declines, are merely in the j
smaller fractions. The market closed
heavy. The result of the week's trad
ing lias been a very great depression in
values, and during thu last three days
the principal declines have been made.
la the advances are: Sugar. <6% per!
cent; Sugar preferred, 2; Manhattan !
and Cordage preferred, G. 1 .<; Manhattan |
and Cordage common, 2%; St. Paul, i
3%; Rubber. B*4; Northwest. %'; Con
solidated Gas, Rock Island, General >
Electric and Burlington, 2 8: Louisville !
& Nashville, I%\ Missouri Pacific and I
Liickawanna, 2%; Chicago Gas and j
Western Union, ±%\ Tobacco, 2. j
The total sales of the week were !
1,145.800 shares. !
The boud market today was some- !
what unsettled, but fairly active, the ''
sales aggregating $534,060. The princi- '
pal changes are: j
Advances—St. Paul. Minneapolis & I
Manitoba, Minnesota Union sixes. 3#; \
Oregon Short Line sixes. 2;> do trust re- j
ceipts, I 1,; St. Paul. Chicago & Missouri j
river division fives, 1 V-
Declines—Northwestern sinking fund I
fives registered, 8^ percent; Toledo,
Ann Arbor firsts, }±: Erie seconds con
solidated trust receipts, l, :i 4 .
During the week the bond market
has moved irregularly with the active |
issues, and at the close generally a j
fraction or more lower. The sales ag- i
gregated $8,500,00. Some of the usually i
inactive mortgages have made, includ- I
ing Buffalo. Mew York Erie 7s, 10 per *
cent; Thompson <fe Houston collateral
trust ss, 9%; Union Pacific, Denver <fe j
Gulf firsts. 5; St. Louis & San Francisco I
consols and do consul 4s. '6y. ; St. Paul,
M. & M. Minnesota Union 6s, 3^;
Western Union and Erie fifth extended, I
do second consols, I; Flint & Fere Mar- i
quette. Port Huron division ss. t}4, and j
Oregon Short Line 6s, Koek Island i
firsts and Northwest consul 7s and do '
gold 7s registered. 2.
•Declines — Cordage firsts, 5; Union !
Pacific, Lincoln and Colorado ss, 3.
MICHAEL . JAMES DORAN |
M. DORAN & CO.,
Bankers 2nd Brokers,
311 Jackson St.. St. Paul, Minn.
Stock Market—Closing.
Atchison 315 ; North western 100»,4
Adams Express .140 I dopfd.. 1.5
Alton & Terre H. M N. Y. Central... &914
do pfd 198 iN.Y.&NeTvEtig. 31%
Am'can Expresß.lls Ontario & West.. 18
Baltimore & Ohio 68 Oregon Imp 12%
Cauada Pacific. 80 'Oregon Nay SO
Can. Southern... 0.8.L. &U. N... 8
Central Pacific..l 42 Pacific Mail. . , ' 32U
Ches. & 0hi0.... lß\4 P. D. & E lit I
Chicago & Alton. 145 Pitts burg „ . 158 \
C. B. & Q 73i^ Pullman P. Car..157
Chicago Gas MM Reading 16^
CousolidatedGas. 20i& Richmond Tef... 15%
C. 0., C. & St. L. 87% do pfd i 9
Colorado C. &I. 8 Rio G. Western.. 16%
Cotton Oil certs. ?6V: do pfd 43
Del. A Hudson.. Rock Island... 62%
Del., Lack, & W. 157 <* St. Paul 60ta
D. & R. G. pfd.. 85 do pfd . . 120
Bis. &C. P. Co.. 9Vi St. P. & Omaha . 34
Erie 13% do pfd m
do pfd 28V: ■southern Pacific. 19
Fort Wayne U8 Sugar Refinery.. 87%
Gt. North. pfd...101 Tenn.Coal&lron. 14%
C. & E.I. pfd.... 94 Texas Pacific . 9*«
HockinKValley.. lbVj Tol.&O.Cen.pfd. 73
Illinois Central.. 91 Union Pacific 12
St. Paul &D 2114 U. S. Express..!! 42
Kan. & Tex. pfd. £2 \Vabase. St.L.&P. CV*
Lake Erie <UYest, 16\i do pfd 14Vs
■ do pfd 71 |Wells-FaraoEx..los
Lake Shore 13(5 ! Western Union. 87%
Lead Trust 41 Ut Wheeling & L. E. lj^
Louis. & Nash.., 68% do pfd 41V4
Louisville &N. A. 7 M. & St. L 28
Manhattan C0n,.102% p. & R. Q.. . jia/
Mem&Charl't'n. 10 General Elcctrio. 30%
Michigan Cent... 09 National Linseed 20
Missouri Pacific. 28 Col. Fuel Iron.: S:s^
Mobile & Ohio. 18 do pfd.. . 65
Na«h. ACfaalt... 66 11. & Tex. Cent iVa
Nat. Cordage.... 0% T01.,A.A. & N.M. 1%
do pfd 17^iT., St. L. &K. C. 1
N.J. Central.... 9^ do pfa 6
N. &W. pfd 21% Southern... V. 11
N. American Co. 4Va Am. Tobacco OfcVj
Northern Pacific. 4W do pfd . 108%
do pfd l?^ St. P., M. & 11... 17%
C. P. D. A Gulf. 4^l -• ™
Exchange.
Chicago, Nov. 17.- Clearings, $16,
■' vft - "1| Wall Tell V©m -'-'.v^P^ |§: WPpf
c:\~" N\ f / * * x§^ lat the principal thing to do is to keep the stomach, liver and ' ya/Xo'* I fe^L^J^ \\\
)J/ j^~^\ v§x bowels in order if you want to live long. Physicians will say the //y%/* lASSSjSstes^di'
(||/= -^^ The Remedy Called Sw )1)
/t\Y I\W «Si t7 = is neither miraculous, mysterious nor remarkable. It is simply ?§~n /wfflt>sWwlk \ [
/M l<^ I ink ~ " a well-known formula prescribed by the best physicians for dis- ====\ '^^H\
§~\T /- i ' -_ orders of the digestive organs. In the shape of tabules it is con- : ; /^^W \
T l^Sr-^^X \\\ H=^^^ venient to carry, easy to take, quick to act and economical to ===„ /' '/I \
1 / "vlvs.il | H^^^ buy. It isn't necessary to go to the expense of consulting a Se3j / WT^f V
t*))JtS^ 10 DIZZINESS, ■■■'■ :■•■■-'• HEARTBURN, ' C^)W^)
lfs^olo -A ~^yZ* ~ si^d troubles.off a Bike nature, / ttf^
\U rY/X= sZ>>!Z TTDFO A T\TdC 'TP A O>F TIT TT^(C /l\
Illh//^ :^^ KIIFANS JIAoULtS , W? \\
wKsJa r3lff?vl\ v^yyyi' are Pticularly effective if taken at the first symptom of any of vooJsf H^" I /
- \ss*S&^*-w ))/ CY^Z\ the above ailments. They act so quickly that ONE TABU \ssSn , /"~3 F^/ /
i**?!^^^^^^^^/ ryZ/// GIVES RELIEF, and, if given a fair trial, are as nearly in- v§§sM {C ==/ /
O^^^^^f \yyyyy fallible as any remedy can be. Most druggists keep them, and \v\>>n
t3 /isr**N>l $%vx any druggist will get them if requested to do so. The price is \vv^ //f /~~ •
V^^""^^V ///ft/ 5° cents a ox ' anc^ tney w^^ be sent, postage prepaid, on \vvw //I( f~i
W^ffl 1 -^P 'v^^fei' Ripams Chemical Co
-276,000; total for we«k, $97,366,000: cor
responding week last year, $03,265,000.
Money, [email protected])£ per cent on call, [email protected] on
time.
New York exchange 70c premium;
sterling commercial, [email protected]
R.M. NEWPORT & SON,
INVESTMENT BANKERS,
Loan Money on Improved Property in St.
Paul and Minneapolis
At 6% 'On or Before'
New Pioneer Press Bids,, Reeve Building
ST. PAUL. . MINNEAPOLIS. •
Pou&S.
tJ. 8. ssre^ 117^ do do ..... 8315
dosi coup 117VS Erie seconds.. . 70
60 is teg.......H4 0.. H. & 8. A. 6b.. 96
coup.... .114 do do 7»... 95
do 2g reg 96 H. & Tex. C. Bi . .105
Pacific 650f'05...101 do do 6s. oi>4
Ala.. Class A 102 V! M K. &T. first 4s $2% •
do do B 106 do second 4g 46
do do 0 921* Mutual Union 6s.. 108 .
do Currency.. l)2Vs N. J. O. Gen. 55..114
La.newoouso'i 04 N. P. firsts 1151*
Missouri tie 100 do seconds.... 9 i
KorthCarolinaß9.l23 N. W. consols 141
do 4t 100 do S.F.deb.5B..lCW
B. Cur. non-fund. IVt Rio G. West. lets. 70%
Tenn.uew set.6s.. 80% St.Paul Conßolfs.l3o
do do St.. 102 St.P. C.&P.W.55..112
do Old 63 00 St.L.4l,M.Gen.ftß. So
Va. Centuries... 50% 8t.L.&8.F.a.65.. 08^
do deferred.... 71* Texas Pacific lsts 80«*
Atebiiion 4s 68^fe do seconds 2(jiA
do Secoiid A. JD*t U. P. lsts of '9C..1t6>4
Canada So. 2df. ..HSVi West Shore 45....106ia
Ceu. Pac.ls's.'9s.loßV'Southern .... 6714
D. &R.Q.78 ■■113 ■_ "-"'•*
$100,000
To Loan on St. Paul Real Es
tate.
St. Paul Title Insurance i Trust Go
Weekly Bnnk Statement.
Nbw York. Nov. 17.—The weekly
bank statement shows tins following
changes:
Reserve, increase |1,504,40
Loans, decrease 777.T00
Specie, increase 744.000
Legal tenders, increase 1,1!J3.300
Deposits, increase ." 2,371.200
Circulation, decrease 37,600
The banks now hold 562.974,050 in ex
cess of the requirements of the 25 per
cent rule.
These Quotations Furnish] 1/
Jameson, Havener
& co.,
. WHOLESALE
Hay, Feed, Flour and Seeds
BT. FA.TJXI.
r %K St. Paul Grain Market. T
Wheat— No, 1 hard [email protected]
Wheat—No. 1 northern 59(a)G0c
Wheat—Mo. 2 uortnern „..57(a,58c
Corn—No. 3 [email protected]
Corn—No. 8 yellow [email protected]
Oats— No. 3 white ; [email protected] j
Oats— No. 8 30®30)>i'c
Barley 4t>@4Bo
Rye—No. 2 [email protected]
llour— Patent [email protected]
Flour— Straight [email protected]
Flour—Bakers' . [email protected]
Flour—Rye [email protected]
Buckwheat flour [email protected]
Cornmeal— Bolted [email protected]
Oornnieal—Coarse [email protected]
Ground Fe«d— No. 1 [email protected]
Ground Feed— No. 2 [email protected]
Ground Feed—No. 3 |[email protected]
Bran—Bulk f [email protected]
Shorts—Bulk *[email protected]
Hay— No. 1 upland prairie [email protected]
Hay—No a. upland prairie [email protected]
Hay-No, 1 wild.... [email protected]
Hay-No. 1 timothy [email protected]
Timothy seed, per hu H.20(a)2.60
Clover [email protected]
Straw.. [email protected]
ROGERS & ROGERS,
Live Stock Commission.
Union Stock Yards, South St. Paul,Minn
WOODWARD & CO
Grain
Commission.
Established 1379.
Minneapolis. DuEuth
Minneapolis ll:»rkoi«t.
The wheat market was strong, and
olosi'd right up at the top. The gain
was nearly a cent. News was generally
bullish. Foreign buying and stronger
European markets were the principal
causes for the advance. New York re
ported 'J5 boat loads. 8,000 bu each, with
ft more worked at out ports. Chicago
reported 150,000 bu sold foreign account.
Prices ranged as follows:
May—Openinir, 60Jj.c; highest, 61J|c;
lowest, GO, 1 ,[email protected]%c; closing, (U^c.
November—Closing, 5954 C
December—Opening, 58} Wo; highest,
BQKc; lowest, 58."oc; closing," 59' 4 c.
On Track—No. 1 hard, Ol^c; No. 1
northern, 60'4c; No. 2 northern. 58?ic.
Some Sample Sales—No. 1 hard. J
cars, 61c; No. 1 northern. 58 cars, 60c;
No. 1 northern, 48 cars, to arrive. C.Oc:
No. 1 northern, 1 car, to go out. 60^ 4 c;
No. 1 northern, 9 cars, to arrive, 60^0;
No. 1 uorthern, 9 car*, GO^c; Xu. 1
northern, 2 cars, to arrive, 603 b e.
1,1 YE STOCK.
Chicago lave Stock.
Chicago, Nov. 17.—Hogs— Receipts.
22,000; official yesterday. 48,6<>S. Left
over, about 24,000. Quality only fair.
Market active and strong under a good
demand for both shippers and packers.
Prices 5c up on better grades. Sales
ranK* at $4(2)4.50 for light; |4.15(0>4.40
for rough packing; 54.15(^4.45 for mixed;
t4.70(a}4.«.)0 for heavy packing and ghm.
ping lots, and $2.40<g)4.25 for pigg.
Cattlo—Receipts, 4,000; quiet and firm
at unchanged prices. Sh«ep—Keceipts
7,000; market stead*.
Union Stockyards.
Receipts — 1,950 lions, 100 cattle, 5
calves.
Hosts—Steady and active. Yards
cleared to packers before boon. Quality
was fair to eood for the bulk, but not so
many good heavy loads as yesterday.
Receipts for the week, 19,100.
.Representative sales-
No. Wt. Dk-g. Price I No. Wt. Dkg. Price
lstatr.s3o -.. 52 00 64 246 120 ft 39
1 Stag.4 8 0.. 200j 74 107 80 425
2.... 24) .. 410 70 248 120 425
8 306 80 4 1070 205 40 425
27 «6 ..4 15 76 252 160 4 2.">
106 213 200 415 87. ....823 80 425
66 164 .. 415 66 239 .. 425
98 191 120 4 2082 221 80 425
51 240 120 4?P93 225 80 4 27i, a
60 266 .. 42058.... 260 .. 430
36 267 .. 420 66 256 80 4 3.1
10 222 40 4 2066 246 40 4 321.J
69 ... .201 .. 420 47 362 .. 435
61 193 .. 4 80186 251 40 435
86 185 .. 4 20h» 315 120 4 3?^
Cattle—Steady. Fair demand and
yards are well cleared of all grades.
Representative sales-
No. Wt. Price No. Wt. Price
1 cauner ; 040$1 so 1 bu11......1,56051 50
1 canncr 610 125 1 staff 1.050 175
lcanucr 770 1 60 2 oxen 1,450 2 10
1 calf 130 300 oxen. ...1,703 210
a cows 976 2 00 2 oxen 1,t15 250
5 c0w5...... 022 2 00 lox 1,880 3 50
3 cows 1,070 2 25 lox 2,180 Ii 35
1 cow 810 180 6oxeu 1,608 2 15
1 cow 830 170 1 heifer.... 520 150
loow 1,020 180 1 heifer.... 860 2 00
1 cow 930 180 lheifer.... 480 150
6cows 840 2 10 1bu11...... 560 175
scowi 1,042 180 a calves 113 400
1 steer 1,120 2 51 3 mixed... 637 175
3 steers 1,263 2 7.' 7 mixed .1,165 175
2 steers 1,080 25( lstocker... 640 1 50
1 steer 923 2 25 2stockers.. 835 2 10
1 steer .' 000 211 11 feeders.. 898 220
2bu115......2*310 la 2 mixed....1,675 2 10
Sheep—Steady.
Representative sales-
No. . . Wt. Price No. Wt. Price
S mixed 7;! $2 00 23 lambs 57 £2 25
29 muttons...llo 2 15 69 lambs 77 * 75
33 muttons... 1 75
Milwaukee.
Milwaukee, Wis.. Nov. 17.— Flour
steady. Wheat firm; No. a spring,
MXc; No. 1 northern, 65c; May, 61#c.
Corn firm; No. 8, 49 I.c Oats steady;
No. a white, S2c; No. 8 white, 32H<».
Barley quiet; No. 2. 53 l ,c: sample. 43
@50e. Rye steady; No. 1. 50-si-. Pro
visions higher. Pork, $12.45. Lard.
$7.15.
Liverpool.
Liverpool, Nov. 17.—Wheat firm,
holders offer sparingly: red winter,
4s 10d; red spring. 53 id. Corn dull,
holders offer moderately: spot. 4s ll%d;
futures firm, holders otter sparingly;
November, 4s lid; December, 4s lO^rt;
January, 4s :-. : <\. Flour firm, holders
offer moderately; St. Louis fancy win
ter, 5s 94. Lard steady, holders oriel
sparingly; spot, 37s 9d.
Uuliiih Wheat.
Dii.rTii. Minn., Nov. 17. — Wheat
opened steady and unchanged at G2#<j
tor May, and advanced immediately on
lijrht offerings and fair demand to 62% c,
held steady at that figure for an hour,
and then advanced steadily up to the
close, which was strong at" top prices
for the day. December ruled neglected.
Cash wheat was in fair demand by ele*
vator3 and shippers, the latter paying
he premium for spot stuff over wheat
to arrive. Mills were not buyers. No.
1 hard was held steadily at ovei
No. 1 northern. The close was lc ad
vance for spot wheat. %c for wheat t«
arrive and May, and T s c for December.
As compared with last Saturday, the
market shows an advance of 2;., c loi
spot wheat, 2? B c for December and 2} 4 'a
for May. The week's receipts have
been 1.415,000 bu. of which 250,000 bu
were delivered to mills. Shipments
have been about 800,000 bu, and it to
day's shipments do not exceed esti
mates stocks here will show an increase
of about 375,000 bu. Close: No. 1 north
ern, cash, CO 8* c bid: November. CO^c;
December, GOfs'c bid: May, 6So bid; cash.
No. 2, 57^c; No. 3,54*{c; rejecteu,sl?£c;,
flax, *1.;>8; rye, 45c; barley, [email protected];
oats, 31(aiSlKc. Receipts—Wheat, 75,
--876 bu; oats, 4.131 bu; flax, 5,771 bu;
barley, 34.854 bu. Shipments—Wheat,
142,583 bu; flax, 401 bu; barley. 1,412 bu.
Cars wheat inspected in, 382; oats, 8|
flax, 7; barley, 40; year ago," wheat, 2tsi
cars.

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