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CREDITORS SHUT OUT.
No Garnishment of Wages of
N. P. Employes Al
lowed.
JENKINS ISSUES THE ORDER.
Receivers Instructed to Ig
nore All Proceeding's of
the Kind.
WESTERN LINES AGREE.
The First Real Move Made in
Reorganizing the Trans
continental.
Milwaukee, Dee. 13. -Judge Jenk
ins, in the United States circuit court.
today issued an order directing the re
ceivers of the Northern Pacific Kailroad
company with respect to the course they
should pursue vi regard to garnishment
proceedings instituted against then.
Tin? order is as follows:
First—That the receivers shall pay
the wages earned by the employes of
said court in the business of operating
the road, to the employes personally, or
to some one specially authorized by them
to receive their wages.
Second—That whenever the receivers
are served with notice of garnishment
or any other legal process, whereby 18
sought to be attached or appropriated
any wages due any employe engaged in
the management of the railway, the re
ceivers shall deliver to Hie officer serv
ing the notice a copy of the order, and
respectfully decline to proceed further
therein.
rnird—That if any plaintiff or claim
ant in such garnishment action shall
thereafter proceed therewith the court
issuing such mo-ess, he shall not be
permitted to receive from tne receivers
or through the court any money or
wages in the hands of the receivers,
which may be duo or belong to such
debtor in the garnishment proceedings
or the payment of any cost in such pro
ceeding, with.nit express order and au
thority of the court.
Fourth—The receivers are directed to
present certified copies oi this order to
the several United States circuic courts
within the districts along the line of the
railway in which auxiliary foreclosure
bills have been ril.'d, and to ask such
courts for similar orders to be entered
thereon.
WESTERN LINKS AGREE.
Brighter Prospects for Reorgan-
izatton of Traiisuontinautals.
Chicago. Doc 13.—The transconti
nental lines wiil be in session again to
day and have agreed to form an associ
ation on all business going from the
territory which is bounded on the east
by a line running north from New Or
leans to St. Louis, St. Paul and thence
to Port Arthur throueh to the Pacific
coast. Tiie proposed agreement was
read and was practically adopted, it
will now be gone over section by sec
tion and adopted in that manner. The
adoption of today means simply that the
roads will accept the full agreement
after they have gone over the thing in
detail. I'he present situation relates
only to their business on the Pacific
coast.
A committee was appointed to take up
the question of forming an association
to cover the territory between theKocky
mountains and the Missouri river. This
committee will report a plan of organiz
ation to the general meeting within a
few days. The plan of organization of
the transcontinental association will be
bimilar to the old transcontinental pas
senger association which was in force
in 1887.
The advisory committee of the New
York emigrant clearing house held an
earnest conference this morning with
General Passenger Agent MeNiebol, of
tlie Canadian Pacific, on the question
ol differentials. Some progress was
made towards a settlement of the
trouble, and another meeting has been
called for tomorrow, and the general
opinion is that the roads will manage to
get together in tome shape on the mat
ter. If they succeed in doing so. the
chief obstacle to the formation of the
general association will be removed and
the formal adoption of the agreement
will be forthcoming in a very short
time.
ELEGANT NEW COACHES.
Duluth Railroad Putting Them
on the Limited Trains.
If pending negotiations are carried
through the St. Paul & Duiuth road
will soon add eight or ten very hand
some coaches and chair cars to the roll
ing stock of the road. The new cojehes
be of a very high grade, and will be
feaed on the limited trains between the
Twin Cities and Duluth. The aim of
the company is to give the best service
JAMES PYLf |^
3 WASHING i T aT
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_3 THE GREAT INVENTION £—-
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NEW YORK «b»
I Bristles with good points,
&nd the minute they spy dirt
they rise up and go for it. No
matter what it's on—linen,
laces, silk, woolens, flannel,
marble, china, glass, wood,
metal, or your own person
Pearlinewill get the dirt oft
with the least trouble and la
bor. It saves that ruinous wear
- and tear that comes of rubbing.
Another point to think of:
tearline is harmless to any
washable substance or fabric.^?
{&85JS0& WIICOX' COMPOUND
*rAN$m PiiLS
Jf|f SAFE AND SIRE. \\fUfl
jK I Ilnscnipulous persons *re coun- \Wv/
JEggf terfltticp: Wllcox C6Vnt>ound %•
fIBF Tansy Fill*, the genuine are tut up In
J|O metal boxes with re&utteod tiuclt; mark of
'erM Shield, accept no nostrum, ltislstou
SSe. theg'nuln«,at»lllmjgnliit». 4rrntßf<*
EfZM WoidHi'i S»*» Ouard and receive then
•Kat>ryjUl.YiacoxapCClocCO,l''llU»,l»M > ,
-
possible on the limited trains, and to
make time winch will be satisfactory to
all. The company lost heavily in the
UlnckJev lin v. and the rolling stock then
destroyed must be replaced. •
DenvoritCH Protest.
Di:nyi:u, Dec. 1;?.— The chamber of
commerce is circulating for signatures
a memorial to congress protesting
against the passage of either of the
bills pending in the senate or house
concerning the reorganisation of the
Union Paei&eand Central Pacific rail
roads. The memorial closes with a pe
tition that the government pay oft the
mortgage* on these roads and operate
them hereafter on a plan similar to that
of the pnstoffice department. In order
that the entire country may enjoy the
benefits of an honest administration
without discrimination.
Chairman St. J >hn Steps Out.
CHICAGO,Dec. IS.—The General Man
agers' association today accepted the
resignation of Mr. St. John as chairman
and passed resolutions thanking him
for iiis long, earnest and successful
labors in its behalf and wishing htm
success in his new position—vice presi
dent of the Seaboard Air Line, lie
was presented a letter signed by all the
members in which they expressed re
gret at the termination of their official
relations, and assured him of their
esteem and best wishes.
ROLLING STOCK.
Very little is heard at the local offices
of the absentees attending the meeting
of the traffic managers and passenger
agents in Chicago. It is now nearly two
weeks since some of them left St. Paul.
Yesterday Assistant General Passenger
Agent Valentine, of the Burlington,and
Assistant General Freight Aiient
lYnrce. of the Omaha, were found at
their desks, but nothing new was
gleaned from either. General Passenger
Agent Teasdale was among the la*t to
join the Chicago colony.
The Great Western, the Milwaukee,
the Omaha and other St. Paul-Chicago
lines announce they will have holiday
excursion tickets on sale to points with
in 200 miles of St. Paul Dec. 22, :>:5. .24,
25and 31, and Jan. 1, limited to Jan 2.
The rate for the round trip is a fare and
a third.
L.OAV KXCUUSION RATES
To All Principal Points in Texas,
Mexico, Florida anil the South.
If you will call at the Wisconsin Cen
tral City 'ticket Office, on Third Street,
opposite the Merchants" hotel, we will
be pleased to give you complete infor
mation concerning these low rates and
train service to the South. Sleeping car
berths reserved through to destination
by telegraph without extra charge.
Close connections at Chicago with all
Southern lines. Meals served "a la
carte" in dining cars on all Wisconsin
Central trains.
The only Chicago line serving supper
in a dining car on the evening limited.
F. A. Greene, City Passenger Agent
Wisconsin Central Lines, 164 East Third
street.
BTILLWATER NEWS.
Effort to Continue the Business of
the »Schulenburx - Boeckeler
Company.
E. L. Hospes, formerly resident man
ager of the Schulenburg-Boeckeh-r
Lumber company's interests in Still
water and other points* in the North
west, left Wednesday evening for St.
Louis, where creditors of the concern
will meet to discuss the advisibility of
allowing the company to continue Its
business under a trustee. It is claimed
that if the property is sold at forced
sale it will be impossible to realize a
sum anywhere near its exact worth, but
that if times improve and the company
is able to continue its large business the
time will come when all creditors can
be paid in full without resorting to a
sacrifice of the property. Mr. Hospes
was unable to say iust what the credi
tors will do. but hopes, as does every
resident of Stilhvater. that satisfactory
arrangements will be made whereoy the
business wili be continued.
John Stack and C. M. Stade have been
r ceived at the prison. Stack is from
Polk county and will serve six years for
grand Jarceny in the first degree, and
Stade, committed from Steams county,
will serve two years for grand larceny
in the second degree.
W. EL Lenmieke arrived yesterday
from Hot Springs, Ark., to attend the
funeral of his father, the late Judge R.
Lehmicke. The funeral will occur to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
A musicale will be given at the home
of Mrs. H. R. Murdock this evening.
The Beck forgery case was summed
up and given to the jury at noon yes
terday. Contrary to expectations, Beck
was acquitted, but was immediately re
arrested by Sheriff Marty on a warrant
charging him with fraudulent use of
malls at Duluth, for which an accom
plice served time.
The members of Company X elected
a full corps of officers last "night. Cap
tain. .Joseph P. Masterman: first lieu
tenant, Edwin M. Conrad; second lieu:
tenant. .John J. Walsh. The company
is excellently officered.
The charity ball given by the Still
water lodge of Elks was a financial suc
cess, and the committee hopes to have,
at the least calculation, fi2s, to be dis
tributed bokmmc the destitute of Still
water, when all returns are made.
To California Without Change Via
"The Milwaukee."
On Saturday, Nov. 10th, 18! M, and on
every Saturday thereafter, an elegant
Pullman Tourist Sleeper will leave Min
neapolis (8:25 a. in.), St. Paul (8:35 a.
in.), and arrive Los Angeles. California,
at 6:30 p. in. following Wednesday.
Via "The Milwaukee's" famous "Hed
rick Koute" to Kansas City, thence via
the A., T. & S. P. R'y through South
ern California.
A most delightful winter route to the
Coast.
This car is ''personally conducted"—
n immediate charge of an official and
an attendant through to destination.
Rate per berth, ?6.00 through from St
Paul-Minneapolis.
Leave St. Paul-Minneapolis every
Saturday morning, arriving at Los An
geles every Wednesday afternoon.
For berths, complete information and
lowest rates apply to "The Milwaukee"
agents, St. Paul-Minneapolis, or ad
dress J. T. Conley, Assistant General
Passenger Agent, St. Paul. Minn.
Contest to Decide in Tennessee.
Nashville, Term., Dec. 13.—Secre
tary of State Morgan received the poll
lists and tally sheets last uight from
Roan county, thus completing the re
turns, and has made public the official
Vote for governor. The figures give
Evans (Rep.). 105.104; Turney (Dem.).
104,356, aud-Mills (Pop.), 23,092. Evans'
plurality is therefore 948. The can
vassing board is proceeding today to
canvass the vote for assemblymen.
There will doubtless be a contest tor
the governorship before the legislature.
Bull aides are claiming fraud and col
lecting evidence.
Exchange.
Chicago, Dec. 13.—Clearings, $15,
--014,000. Money, 4(i*4>£ par cent on call;
[email protected] on time. New York exchange ftlJOc
premium. Foreign exchange firiu. Ste£
ling commercial, $4.86%@4.57%'.
Mamma,
Have you prepared an interesting and.ln
strucUY tr.£ a£ for *lie pets of your house
hold by securing a copy of "Queer Peo
ple," Palmar Cox, auliidT; 9"igljt parts.
10 cents per part. Each rtart complete
in itself. Call at Globe counting room
or order by mail. .^vv,-.
More Gold for Shipment.
New Yokk, Dec. 18.—There was
1450,000 In gold laken from the sub
treasury today for export on Saturday.
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: FRIDAY '■ MORNING. DECEMBER 14, 1804.
SLOW DAY IN TRADE.
Markets Were Dull and Feat
ureless From Opsningf
to Close.
ALL GRAINS RULED WEAK,
Influenced by Discouraging
Cables and Large North
western Receipts.
UPWARD MOVE IN STOCKS.
Closing- Quotations in the
General List Show Mate
rial Advances.
Chicago, Dee. is.—Wheat was dull
and weak today under discouraging
cables, large Northwestern receipts and
liquidation, closing ; a c lower for May,
May corn closed '..c lower. May oats
J4C lower, and provisoins at slight ad
vances.
Wheat ruled slow and featureless
during the greater part ot the session.
Northwestern receipts wore again con
siderably larger than a year ago. and
there were reports of refreshing rains
over considerable areis in the South
west. The local receipts were also
bearish, being 40 per cent larger than
expected. The clearances from the
seaboard were generous, but business
was so slack that it had practically no
effect, and there was an easy under
tone. May sold early at 59^[email protected]%c,
split, held steady for a time, but finally
weakened to 5'J;Vc at noon. The mar
ket couttnutd very weak during the
last no'ir, and May closed at 59c. Clos
ing cables were all weak, and longs got
discouraged and liquidated freely.
Corn was slow and steady until short
ly before the close, selling a fraction
above and a fraction below yesterday's
close, but keeping at near the closing
figure. The local receipts were some
what larger than expected, and Paid
ridge sold heavily, but the offerings
were readily absorbed, and there was
but little reduction. The estimate for
tomorrow is small—sixty-nine cars—
but it did not help much. May sold at
50 3&C to 50%@50%c, off to 50%<&50><C.
The weakness in wheat near the finish
sent prices down, and May closed at 50c.
business in the oats" market was in
clined to be more active, but prices de
clined in sympathy with the weakness
in corn. Selling was more general.
May started steady at 82^@:i2>sC, sold
at 32%e, and the ciose showed the mar
ket for May at 3:>>s'@32%e.
Hog products were strong and higher
early on the fact that hog receipts were
13,000 less than estimated, and prices at
the yards decidedly higher. Shorts
were good buyer?, but there was very
little for sale. " Trade got very dull dur
ing the last hour, and prices went off on
all products. May pork, lard and ribs
eacii closed 2 1.c higher.
Freights—Corn to Buffalo at 3c.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Uueil- lilKll- Low- «,ios- j
Articles. • ing. est. est. in?.
Wheat No 2— i
December. ... 55% 55% 541/2 54", 2
May. f>9%-$4 50%-% 55%-59 59
July -. .'.... 60% 60% siiij 09V2-%
Cora No. 2—
December 47% 47% 47 47
January ...... 47% 48 47% 47%
May 50V?-^ 50%-^ 49%-50 50
Oats No. 2— . .;".,• < .■
December. 2!) i/ 2 291& ."20% 2OVs
May 327* 3^B 3'JVa 32i&-%
Mess Pork-
January 12 00 12 10 1195 12 00
May 12 35 12 47V2 12 3«Vi 12 32V2
Lard— -;■
January . 700 7 021,2 6 921,2 695
May 720 727 7 17^ 7 17V<j
Short Ribs —
January 6 02V2 605 595 5 9712
May . 625 (i 30 620 | 0 221,2
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour steady, unchanged. Wheat—No.
2 spring, sS%@Rlc; No. 3 spring, 56c;
ISO. 2 red, 543^@54%c. Corn—No. 2, 47c.
Oats— No. 2, 2lt> 4 c; No. 2 white, [email protected]
32% c: No. 3 white, 323ic. Rye—No. 2,
49c. Barley—No. 2, 53(<£54c; No. 3, 50®
53c; No. 4, [email protected] Flaxseed-No. 1,
$1.40. Timothy Seed — Prime, $5 55.
Mess Pork— Per bbl. $12($12.1O. Lard
-Per 100 lbs, 56.87^@6.90. Short Kibs
—Sides (loose), [email protected] 05. Shoulders-
Dry salted (boxed). s^@s^e. Sides-
Short clear (boxed). 16.35<g&37%. Whisky
—Distillers' finished goods, per ga1,51.23.
Sugars unchanged Corn—No. 3 yellow,
43}- 2 'c. Receipts — Flour. 3,000 bbls;
wheat, 43,000 bu; corn, 195,000 bu; oats,
130,000 bu; rye, 6,000 bu; barley. 37,000
bu. Shipments — Flour, 3,000 bbls;
wheat, 5,000 bu; corn, 12.000 bu; oats,
90,000 bu; rye. 3,000 bu; barley, 35.000
bu. On the produce exchange today
the butter market was steady creamery,
[email protected]; dairy, [email protected] Eggs steady at
13(d20c.
Milwaukee.
Milwaukee, Wis.. Dec. 13.—Flour
dull and unchanged. Wheat weak; No.
2 spring. 58c; No. 1 northern, UP.c; May,
593£ c. Corn steady and quiet: No. 3,
44e. Oats steady; No. 2 while, 32^'c;
No. 3 white, 31?ifa>32c. Barley quiet;
No.. '2, 52)iC-, sample, [email protected]>{& Rye
steady; No. 1, 50c. Pork, $ri. Lard,
56.90. Receipts—Flour, 6,800 bbls;
wheat, 25,400 bu; barley. 20,000 bu.
Shipments—Flour, 7,200 Obi; wheat, 700
bu; barley. 3,400 bu.
Duluth Wheat.
Duuth, Minn., Dec. 13.—Wheat
opened steady, unchanged from yester
day, at 51% c for May, ruled very dull,
with trading restricted entirely to spot
wheat and the May option became
weaker and declined steadily. The
close, which was dull and weak, was
%c below yesterday. Cash offerings
fair. Elevators were practically the
only buyers, mills not being in the mar
ket. Receipts comparatively heavy.
Close—No. 3, sso{e; rejected, 49}£c; No.
1 hard, cash. 60c Lid; December, 59^c;
May, 61c; July, 623^c nominal; No. 1
northern, cash, 58}<c bid: December,
58>^c; May. 6lc bid; July, mi 4c nom
inal; cash No. 2, 55% c. Rye, 46c. Oats—
[email protected] Receipts-Wheat, 197,147 bu;
oats, 8,978 bu; flax, 738 bu; barley,
1,171 bu. Shipments—Wheat—3,lß4 bu;
flax, 1,739 bu. Cars wheat inspected
in, 216; oats, 6; barley, 3; year ago
wheat, 111 cars.
New V ork f'roduee.
.New Yokk. Dec. 13.— Flour—
ceipts, 20,500 bbls; exports, 19.800 bbls;
sales, 7,600 pkgs; market tower to sell;
buyers and sellers are s(a>loc apart: ex
port trade at a standstill ; Southern Hour
dull; rye flour dull; sales, 500 bbls;
buckwheat flour easy; [email protected]
Buckwheat easier; 523- a '@6Oc. Coru
meal quiet; sales, 200 bbls, 2,000 sacks,
ltye dull. Barley neglected. Barley
malt fairly steady. Wheat— Receipts,
74,000 bu; exports, 66.000 bu; sales
1,015,000 bu futures, 204,000 bu spot;
spot lower; No. 2 redstore and elevator,
59%@60c: afloat, 6i^@6i^c; f. o. b.,
61%(^<52Mc^ No, 1 northern, 69}£c deliv
ered; NO. lhafj, 70% c delivered; op
lious opened unchanged on steady cables
and moderate local buying for an ad
vance, ruled dull but firm at midday,
but went to pieces in the' afternoon
under weak continental cables arid con
sequent free liquidation; closed heavy
fit%cdecline: N6. 2 red, January, closed
at ttO^c^ February closed At lilacs
March, 654^62*16, closed at 62Woi
July, e3?<(£64%c, closed nt 63% c; De
cember, 3-16c,cl6sed at 60c. Cor*i—
Receipts, 150,000 bu; exports, 8,700 bu;
gales. 3*0,000 bu futures, 16,000 bu spot;
spot market easier; No. a, f»4c new; 56}$c
nominal (or old; steamer mixed. 50% c!
No. 3, [email protected]>£c;optloB market was firm
early iv the day ou light receipts and
prospects of continued small arrivals,
but declined sharply in the afterTionn '
with wheat, and closed aj'@}{c, decline;
January. sSJ,:[email protected],;c!osc«l at s:i'f,e; May,
5:;s 4 ((i.H"5-l&\ closed ais:7 8 e; December
closed ,at 53}<e. Oats— Receipts, 14,
--400 bu| exports, 100 . bu; sales, no
futures, 80.000 bu spot; spot dull;
No. 2. Sl'.jc; No. 2. deliv
ered, 35,\,c; No. 3. :;:'> ;i,c; No.. 2 ..white,*
;">s^ 4 c; No. 3 white, :>Sc; track whine'
Western, [email protected]; track white state, 33
(j£4P.;c; options dull and featureless nil
day, no sales being reported, liny"
steadier. Hops steady. Hides steady..
Leather quiet. Wool . sternly. Hetlf
steady. Cut meats steady. Lard steady;
Western strain closed at t?.27%; sales,
(525 tcs at f7.£5<37.2?)»'; city at [email protected]
6.50;-. sale*, 200 tcs; December ctoard
at $7.25, nominal; January, 17.30
nsKed; refined steady; continent
$7.(>•">; S. A., $8: compound, $5.50. Pork
easy; new mess. 913.25<d1:i.75; family,
flsgl2.sU. Butter dull; Western dairy.
I0>£(3llc; Western creamery, 15(a21c:
Western factory, [email protected]>; Kleins, 24c;
imitation creamery, 12(«'iStf; state dairy,
[email protected]; state creamery. [email protected]*23c. Cheese
dull; state, large, »@ll^c; small, '.)>«3|
18c; pari skim?, 3.l^((£«»o; full skim*,
2C«i3c. Esres weak; state and Pennsyl
vania, icehouse, [email protected]; Western
fresh, [email protected]; Southern, [email protected])«.'c;
cases, $2ia4; receipts. 3.U53 pk-<s.- -Tal
low firm-on liuht supplies. Petroleum
nominal; United closed atH'.t'.jC bid.
Liverpool llurkct.
Livkkpooi.. Dec. IS, 4:15 p. ra.—
Wheat—Spot quiet, demand poor; No.
2 red winter, 4s D'.jd; No. 9 red spring,
stocks exhausted; No. 1 hard, Mani
toba, 5s 7d; No. I California, oss o'jil;
futures opened dull and 1 farthing
higher, but reacted and closed quiet at
unchanged to 1 farthing lower; business
at most equally distributed; December,
4s!)' 4 d; January, 4s 9%&\ February,
4s o%d: March, 4s lO^d; April. 4s lo' 4 d.
Corn—Spot steady; American nux<'d,ss.
Oats opened dull and 1 farthina: higher,
closed dull at unchanged prices; busi
ness heaviest on early positions; De
cember. ss; January, ss; February. 4s
6d; March. 4s sd; April, 4s sd; May.
4s sd. Flour dull, demand poor; St.
Louis fancy winter, 6s. Peas—Cana
dian, 4s lid.
M. HANSEN & CO.
Hooin «i, Gllfilla:) Blot-it,
ST. PAUL. MINNESOTA.
Commission Merchants & Stock Brokers.
Grain, Provisions ai;d Stocks bought and
sold lor cash or on margins. Out-of-town
business, a specialty, vvnte for our price
current.
FIXASC'IAE..
K«w York.
New Youk, Dec. 13. —Despite tlie an
nouncement of the engagement of
$2,500,090 in gold for shipments to Eu
rope on Saturday next, the trend of val
ues on the stock exchange was upward,
and, with very few exceptions, the
closing prices show an advance on the
final sales of yesterday, rMMCiac from
'4 to J 4 '. The volume of business was
very laree, the transactions in Sugar
being nearly two-thirds of the aggre
gate sales. London was a heavy seller
of St. Paul at the opening, which de
pressed the stock temporarily, but there
was sood local buying in all the gran
gers to cover short contracts, which
counteracted the influence of the for
eign selling in St. Paul.
At the opening a firm tcno prevailed
in the general market, and except for a
slight reaction at the end ot the tinst
quarter of an hour prices under the
leadership of Sugar, continued to ad
vance. Up to half past 11 Cotton-
Oil common and preferred, Minneapolis
ft S(. Louis preferred. Lake Shore and
the grangers were also prominent ii>
the market. The attack on Sugar
checked the advancing movement not
alone in that stock, but in the market ot
large, and speculation turned in the
afternoon rather heavy. Sugar was
first to shake orf the depression,
but after a recovery of 1 per
cent a reaction set in. in which
all but % of the gain was
lost. The lower figures brought bears
to the rescue, and stock airain took an
upward turn, followed by the rest of
the shares traded in. Sugar fell off a
traction during the early part of the
first hour, but became very rtrong in
the final trading and touched the high
est point of the day at the close, making
a gain of '6)4, while the preferred re
curded an advance of 1 per cent. The
general market was also in good tone
during the late dealings and closed at
or within a fraction of the best figures
of the day. Among the shares whicli
show the best price improvement corn
jjared with last night's closing figures
are: Cotton Oil prelerred and Oregon
Improvement, 2; Lake Shore, ly^; Min
neapolis & St. Louis urelerred, \%\ To
l»acco. 1}.4; Hock Islam!, l?g: C, C, C.
& St. Louis, 1! 4 : Northwestern, Dela
ware ft Hudson and St. Paul ft Omaha,
I 1*; Edison Electric of New York, 13^ ;
Oregon Navigation, St. Paul, Minneap
olis & Manitoba and Rubber, 1; Ten
nessee Coal, J^; Union, Mis
souri Pacific, Burlington, St. Paul pre»
(erred, Wheeling «te Lake Erie. Norfolk
&■ Western preferred and Rubber pre
ferred. J£; Chicago Gas, Union Pacitic.
New York Central, Canada Southern
and Louisville & New Albauy, %, and
St. Paul & Manhattan, }i per cent.
In exception to the general advance
declines were recorded in Consolidated
Gas and lowa Central preferred, 1 per
cent; Baltimore & Ohio and Ladede
Gas, j;,: Distilling. 34: Buffalo. Koch
ester ft Pittsburg preferred sold at 55,
against TO the last previous sale.
The bond market was firm throughout
the day and moderately active. A trans
action of note was the sale ot a block of
$100,000 of West Shore 4s at 106& The
trading in this issue aggregated 124,100.
and the total sale 3of the day were
$1,591,500. Brooklyn Elevated firsts re
ceived %to 885-2 and rallied 1% to 90;
Minneapolis & St.Louis-first Soutnwest*
era extension sold at 117 against 170 011
Nov. 1. Othar changes of note were:
Advances—Cedar Rapids, lowa Falls
& Northern 0s and St. Louis ft San
Francisco general ss, 3 per ceut; do
consols, 4.
Declines — Pittsburg, Chenango &
Lake Erie firsts, 3?^.
The Total Sales of Stocks Today
were 310,875 shares, including: Amer
ican Sugar, 176.400; flurlinirton. 11.500;
Chicago Gas, 15,000; Distilling and Cat
tle Feeders', 4,200; Manhattan Consoli
dated, 3.000; Misouri Poclric, 5,000; New
York Central, 8,700; Northwest, 8,100;
Rock Island, 11,900: St. Paul, 23,400;
Tennessee Coal and Iron, 7,500.
London Financial.
New York, Dec. 13.— Evening Post'?
Kondon cablegram says: The markets
were Rood all around today, but tbe ac
tivity was still confined to mines. Amer
icans showed a good tone, but were idle.
South Americans were firm on a further
fall in Argentine premiums. >
JUCHABL DORAS. JAMES DOBAK
M. DORAN & CO M
Bankers and Brokers,
311 Jackson St. St. Paul, Win..
Closing Stocks— West. { •
Atchison 5 INorth western... 100
Adams Express..l 39 do pfd 14*1/2
Alton & Torre H. 87 N. Y. Central.... Wt/g
do pfd 193 N. Y. N. X ... 31%
Am cjxn £ipt?Bs.l|Q Ontario* West.. 15%
Baltimore <£ Ohio 67 Oregon Imp 12
Canadian Pacific. 59 Orejou Nay"...... 21
Canada Southern 61 O. 8. L. <& U. N.. 7*4
Central Pacific... UVi Pacific Mall ... 221^
Cjie*. &Onio. ... 161/2 p., D. &B 3%
; Chicago & A1t0n.1451/2 Pittsburg 158
jttty prSS^:.:i&
Cousolidatedaas.mte Kichmorid Ter... I6VI
tL.C.,C, St, L.. 39% do pfd.. 20
Goiglado C. & 1.. 8% Rio G. Western.. 16%
Cotton Oil Certs. 25t0 do pfd . 43
Del. & Uu<Ji(Jh..l37i* Rock Island. ...I iitfo
Del..Lack. & W..18K%» St Paul CO
ft, £R. G.pfd... 34% do pfd 120
bis. &C. F. Co.. 0«i St. P. & Omaha.. 34V4
Erie 11 do pfd..., ....110
do pfd........ 23 Southern Paolnc. 19tt
Fort Wayne 138 Suxarftaflnery,.. 93ft
Ot. North. pfd...lon* T>nn.(.'oal Iron 17V8
C. AB. I. pfa.... 95 Texas Paclflo.... 10
Hocking Valley.. 17% fol. 4 O. 0. pfd.. 73
Illinois Central.. 9j Union Pacific... 12U
St.Paul & Dnluth 21 •-*. 0. Ji. Express.... 4i
lUu. & 'i »ml pU. 33k A laba«h,i!t.L.i"i >'. «ft
1 •■',»■"■: . - *'"»*•■ "•"»' -' :*er ■''•*■'•—<.-:.
Luke Erie & West 1714 1 do pid!.,., '. UVt
do nfd. ..... 72^ \V9|ls-F(irco Ex .105 •
Lake. Shore. lj}7Vi Weslern Uulpii,. 69 :
fea.i Trust. rr.r. SB* \v(,eeifilK&K^.'TO
■Louis. & Nash .. 54^i> do • pfd . i]
Slli&W/iia-lt^v^^
*Mem. a rbarlsu 10 General Electric. 35%
Mv Cent.... 00 Na'ionnl Lii^eea 17*4
Missouri Pncitic. 20Vh Col. Fuel & Iron. 2f)L»,
Mobile- 0hi0.... ISVi do pfd.. 70"
['.Nash. A (halt... i; 5 li. aT. Central.. 2«, i
Nat. Cordage. ... 8% T01..A.A.&N.M.. Hi
do pfd 14*4 1.. St. L. &K. C. 1
..I. Central. ... 94Vi do pfd. :...'..' s"£
N. & W. pf«l lav* Southern H. 1t... HVg
North Am. C 0.... 4 do ptd [i'<U
, .Northern Pacific. 4Vs Tobacco .... ill
>' do pfd ....... 18 do pfd........106
; U.l'..Denver <$;«. 31&
I • Bid. , v .-, „ "
R.M. NEWPORT & SON,
INVESTMENT BANKERS,
Loan Money on Improved Property in St.
Paul end Minneapolis
At 6% 'On or Before'
New Pioneer Press Bldjr.. Keeve Building
ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS.
i£on«l«i.
U. Bfsretc... . 118*4 1). & it. (J. -t5.... B:^4
do do coup llt^4 Erie seconds...., C7I/2
aoi \UVt G.H.& S.A. (is... i)ii
do do coup 11SV» do do 75.. 100
do 2s rej: 97 II.& Tex. C. as. . I6&V]
Pacific I'.s 0f.'95.. do do 6s .100;
Ala., Class A.... Vil^ M. ,K.& T.first4s. SI
dodo H 105 do second 4s. 47
dodo C 02Vs Mutual Union 68.111
do Currency.... 92 X.J.C.Gon.ts.': .11G>4
La.N.Consols.Js.. Oak N. P. ists 11*1-.
Missouri (is 10.! do 2ds
N. C. <>s 124% N. W.cou 14. 1,l
do 4s 101 do 5.P.deb.55..109
S.Carolina non-f. 11& K. G. W. Ists 70t^
Term. newset..Cs 82V2 t P.consols .i;}2Vi
do do 55...104VJ d0C.&P.W.55.113
do old ts 60 st.L.&l.M.Gen.ss 7t%
Vn. Centuries .0. St,L.&S.F.Geu.6slor,V2
do deferred 9 ['. P. firsts 87»-j
Aichlson 4* fa do Ids. . .. 2C*4
do second "A". 17^ U. P. ists of '90.. 103%
Canada So. '.'d8...10. 3,. .''cst Shore 4s. ..10i;%
CP.lstsof ■H0....10;! Southern ss. .. . »<;%
1). & R. (i. 75....114
$100,000
To Loan on St. Paul Real Es
tate.
St. Paul Title Insurance 1 Trust Co
Bank of f'tt^Suud Finance*.
London, Dec. 13.— The weekly state
ment of the Bank of England," issued
today, shows the following changes, as
com Dared with the previous account:
Total reserve, decrease £370,000
Circulation, increase HO.OOO
Bullion, decrease 452,817
Other securities, decrease IGU.OOO
Other deposits, decrease 193,000
Public deposits, decrease 134,000
Notes reserve, decrease 301,000
Government securities, in
crease.- 146.000
The proportion of tne Bank of Eng
land's reserve to liability, which last
week was 63.04 percent, is now 03.28 per
cent.
Hew York Money*
Yo!tK, Deo. 13.—Money on call
easy at IH per cent; last loan. 1%;
closed at 1% per cent. Prime mercan
tile paper. 2%@4>£ per cent. -.Sterling
exchange dull and steady, with actual
bills at *4.55&@4.88K for demand, and
$4.87}£@4.87?i for sixty days; posted
rate«, S4.SS>.<@4.Bo and S4.S9»£@4.<X);
commercial bills, 4 (a4.58. Silver
certificates, Go%c bid.
~ Tlesß Citations Furnls'l3] ')/
Jameson, Keveoer
& CO.,
.1 WHOLESALE
Hay, Feed. Flour and Seeds
£T. PAUL.
St. Paul <,rain Market.
Wheat—No. 1 hard „.585•>(<?*>9c
Wheat—No. 1 northern ...., [email protected]
Wheat—No. 2 northern..■:..... [email protected]%c
Corn—No. 3 47(u>473^'c
Corn— No. 3 yellow 47(<i48e
Oats—No. 8 white ... . 303^(tt31c
Oats—No. 3 [email protected]%c
Barley 4[email protected]
Rye—No. 2 44(a40c
Flour—Patent Y. [email protected]>0
Flour-Straight ....:|^.y0C43.10
Flour—Bakers' [email protected]
Flour—Rye ;.. .S2.BU(g>2.GO
Buckwheat flour ?5(a5.50
Cornmeal—Bolted *[email protected]
Corn meal—Coarse. ........... $19.50(520
Ground Feed—No. 1 ..§[email protected]
Ground Feed—No. 2 ..$19.25® 19.50
Ground Feed—No. 3 [email protected]
Bran—Bulk [email protected]
Shorts— Bulk. ?12.50(«)lo
Hay—No. 1 upland prairie [email protected]
Hay—No. a upland prairie [email protected]>o
Hay—No. 1 wild .?b'.st
Hay—No. 1 timothy $10.50(rtll
Timothy seed, per bu [email protected]
Clover. [email protected]
Straw [email protected]
WOODWARD & GO
Grain
Commission.
Established 1879.
Minneapolis. Duluth
ML\9iE4POLIS markets. .
Chamber ot Commerce.
The wheat mnrket for futures was
dull and weaker. News was all of a dis
couraging nature to the bull side. For
eicn advices indicated lower markets
abroad, and there was only a light ex
port demand. This with the large visi
ble supplies, light speculative demand
and the dull condition of the flour mar
. ket owing to high freight rates, gives
the market a weak tone. Corn was a
little firmer because of light movement
and light estimates for tomorrow.
A New York dispatch said "there is
not a sign of any export demand for
wheat. Does not seem to be an order
hero that is workable."
CASH WHEAT.
The wheat market was quiet. Re
ceipts were small. No. 1 northern sold
all rieht at 58Kc. Some sales were made
to arrive at that price. No. 2 sold better
because there was less smut in the ar
rivals. Good wheat sold mostly at 57c.
The better qualities of rejected, Hist
class that had only a little smut in it,
showed some improvement both in de
mand and prices, but the lower qualities
that were stackburned, smutty, musty,
etc., were very dull and hard to move.
-' In the sales all grain is new unless
'specified differently. Sales of cash
wheat are on the basis of delivered un
less specified. Cash sales today, by
sample and otherwise, included the fol
lowing: Wheat to go out brings ' 4 c
premium because that amount is saved
in switching. • ;
Sample Sales— l car No. 1 hard, f. 0.
b., 60)|c; 45cafs No. 1 northern, 583£ c;
2 cars No. 1 northern, 58% c; a cars No.
1' northern, elevator, 58c; 2 cars No. 1
northern, to arrive, 58^o: 12 cars No. 1
northern, to arrive, 58j^0;2 cars No. 2
northern. 57>$o; 18 cars No. 2 northern,
57c; 2 cars No. 2 northern, stack stained,
56}<c; 1 car No. 2 northern, 57>^c; 1 car
No. 2 northern, 57){c; 1 car rejacted, 1
Ib off, 573£ c; 1 car rejected, 1 1b off, 50c;
§ cars rejected, 2 lb off, 53c; 1 car re
jecterl, 52)£c; 2 oars rejected, 2 lb off,
520; 2 cars rejeotod, 2 Iboff, 53)^c; 1 car
rejected, 2 1b off, 54c; 1 car rejected, 2
lb off. 54^ . t
ILoujh Xnd coarse grains.
Flour — The* flour market is quiet.
Miller's are asking about the same prices
fit yesterday. Eastern aud export trade
i very light. First patents. [email protected];
second patents, $2.85(a!3.10; fancy and
export bakers',[email protected]; red dog, $1.05
(0j1.75. ;-
The following quotations are In cotton
sacks of 98 lbs and 49 lbs: Rye flour,
per bbl, pure, 12.40; buckwheat Hour
per bbl |5.50t graham flour, per bbl,
$2.70. In room 100 extra Is charged.
Bran and Shorts—The market is quiet,
but steady. ikau m bulk, $10.754|U;
Igan in sacks, [email protected]; shorts, com
-1 lUiilii*l3i2 r'(Sl >-J. 50; shorts, tine,
Im, «i3.ob'A^iC --- x - .
Corn—Quoted '61 4'.»c for ear corn, and
shelled at 50;; demand good; No. 2 yel
low sold at r>lc. See sales. '■'„.
Oftts-p.Vyere in full supply; demand
good; No. 3 white, new. 30% c; No. 3
oat?, quotable at 30»[email protected]!tjC.
Ryo—New rye quotabln at [email protected]>^c
for No. 2, f. o. b;
Barley—Choice No. 3 quotable at [email protected]
50c. According to color, weight, etc.
Flax—ls governed and bought at fie
under Chicago price. See seed mar
ket.
Hay—The market is somewhat de
pressed because or heavy offerings.
'Choice upland soldatsß; lowa at (7.f>o,
and common atulf at rum #5 id ?ti. 11.
11. King A- Co. report sales as high as 13
for choice.
ROGERS & ROGERS,
Live Stock Commission.
Union Slock Yards. South St. Pa al, Minn
Union Stockyard*.
Receipts — 900 hogs, 200 cattle, 10
calves, 150 sheep.
Hogs — KK&lac higher' and active.
Yards cleared early to packers. Quality
better than yesterday.
Representative sales—
No. Wt. Dkjj. Price No. Wt. Dkg. Price
1 boar.2Bo — |t 75 13. .-.231 40 $4 Z)
4 85 — 3 00(57 ....190 80 420
C I3(j 40 350 dO ....21!) 40 420
5 142 - 3 5 it ....'MS 120 4 80
9 «4 — 351d0 . ...»i> — 425
8 115 — 3 5 19 ....201" — 4 l'7'/2
5 224 — 3 7 .•»...'.323 — 4 3:>
34 ; :t>7 — 3 9 V ....254 — 4!fJ
8... . 2IJ 40 4 1 3 ....'.MI — 430
2 27 80 4! .7....201) 40 430
35 .... 217 — 4 i 5... 3.<J 40 435
(5 238 — 4 1 9 ....24S 49 4^5
3) 2615 — 4L" 1J....250 — 440
(i 253 89 4 2
Catttle—Steady. Fair demand for all
grades, and everything well sold out.
More good feeders wanted.
Representative sales—
No. Wt. Price No. Wt. Price
10 fanner?.. £92 60 7 cows 103 5J
1 bull 1.400 170 1 cow... 1,00) 200
1 bull.. 1.340 1 6." 10 cows. ... 954 150
1 bull 1.120 100 1 cow 750 175
1 bull 1.020 160 SCOWS.... 1.145 175
1 bull 1,200 1 '.0 1 stockcr.. 740 175
Goxvii 1,496 2 00 1 Mocker . S7U 2 25
15 oxvn 1.586 175 3 stockers. 729 2 20
4 oxen 1.500 1 7o 3 stoekers. MS 175
5 mixed. . 790. 22. 5 stockers. 768 225
7mixed... 1,200 200 2 Mockers. ..7.i 14}
2 heifers.. 500 170 1 stocker.. (HO 200
1 heifer.. 8-0 200 7 Mockers. 800 200
5 he:iers.. 8 5 2 20 22 stockers. CIS 1 85
1 cow 1,040 2 00 1 stooker.. 6(30 i 50
1 cow.. 900 2 00 i. feeders.. 820 2 25
I cow 700 I* 1 steer. ...1,120 2 90
1 cow for 25 CO 9 steers 995 2 50
1 c0w....... 1,150 2 40 2 steers I,OB'J 2 90
7 cows 860 1 to ' 1 steer !»X> 2 50
4 cows ... 1,062 2 a 2 steers.... 1,000 2 4J
1 cow 1.350 8 J." 1 calf 110 2 50
2 cows 805 170 4 calves.... 152 2 50
1 cow t>7o" 1 4 1 calf 100 2 2 r>
14 cows 8(i8 1 81 1 calf 310 175
2 cows. I.MQ Stt 2 calves.... 140 300
1 cow 1,040 20i 1 spriucer. for 22 00
1 cow 920 1 5i 1 cow&calf for 24 00
Sheep-Steady. Good demand for fat
sheep and lambs.
Representative sales-
No. Wt. Price
or mixed &5 $2 00
Chicago lire Slock.
Chicago, Dec. 13.—Hogs—Receipts,
24,(.00; official yesterday, 2<J.iJ44; ship
ments, 7,360; left over, about 8,400: j
quality rather poor; market active and
firm under a eoocl demand from both
shippers and packers, and prices are 10c
higher; sales range at [email protected]|4.50 for
light, [email protected] for rough packing,
[email protected] for mixed, [email protected] for
heavy packing and shipping lots, and
!2.40®4.20 for pigs.
Cattle—Receipts, 12,000; market fairly
active at a shade higher pric* s. Sheep-
Receipts. 12.000; steady anil firm, under
moderate demand.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOS
-I'l ure Sale—A mortgage was dated, exe
cuted and delivered on the twenty-first day
of March, 18911 Dy Charles Malmo, unmar
ried, as mortgagor, to Win. F. Peet as mort
gagee, which said mortgage was duly re
corded hi the oflice of the Register of Deeds
of Ramsey County, Minnesota, on the 2Sth
day of March. ISS:.. at 4 o'clock ami 50 min
utes p. m., in Book 203 of Mortgages, at page
260.
Subsequently, to wit. on the '.9th day of
April, A. D. lifcO, the said mortgage was duly
assigned by the said Wm. F. Peet to Emerson
W. Peet, by an instrument in writing, which
said instrument of assignment was ilnlv re
corded in the office or the Register of Deads
of said county on the 211 th day of April, A.
I). 1881>, at 4 o clo3k and 25 minutes p. m., in
Book 20 of Assignments, at page 140.
Subsequently, to wit, on the eighteenth
day of June. A. D. ISS'J, the said mortgage
was duly assigned by the said Emerson W.
Peet to Eliza 1). Bowel), by an instrument in
writing, which said instrument of assign
ment was duly recorded in the office of the
lieaister of Deeds of said County on the 19th
day of June, A. D. 188l>, 111 4 o'clock and 35
minutes p. m., in Book 26 of Assignments, at
page-'Oi).
Default has been made the conditions,
agreements and covenants of said mortgage,
and there is claimed to be due. and is due.
the subscriber at the date of this notice upon
the said mortgage the sum of three thousand
six hundred and twenty-five dollars and
twenty-six cents.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given
that by virtue of the power of sale contained
in said mortgage, and of the statute in such
case made and provided, said mortgage will
be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged
premises described therein and herein
after described, to satisfy the amount which
shall at the date of said sale be due on said
mortgage, together with the costs and ex
penses of said sale, us allowed by law. the
taxes, if any, paid by the subscriber, and the
further sum of seventy-live dollars ($75) as
an attorney's fee, which is agreed in said
mortgage to be paid in case of foreclosure,
caid sale will be made at the Fourth Street
entrance to the Court House and City Hall, in
the City of St. Paul. Ramsey County, Minnes
ota, on Saturday.the 29th day"of December.
at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, by
the Sheriff of, snid Ramsey County, at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash.
The premises described in saia mortgnee
and so to be sold are situated in the Coumv
of Ramsey and State of Minnesota, and are
Known and described ns follows:
Lot numbered nineteen (19) iv block num
bered nine (!i) of Mackubin and Marshal's
Addition to Saint Paul according to the re
corded piat. thereof on file In the office of the
Register of Deeds in and for said County of
Ramsey.
Dated Nov. 10. 1804.
ELIZA T>. IIOWELL.
Assignee of Mortgagee.
Ambrose Tigiie.
Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee, Globe
Building, St. Paul, Miun.
Notice ol'Tlortgage Sale.
DEFAULT HAS BEEN MADE IK THE
conditions of a Mortgage, containing a
power of bale dated March lltb, 1890, and
duly recorded in the Register of Deeds'
office of Ramsey County, Slate of Minneso
ta, on the 12th day of May, ISD\ at 3:20
o'clock p. m.. In Book 198 Of Mortgages.
Page 4*o. whereby ole Christenson and
Caroline Christenson. bis wife, mortgaged to
Edward J. Hodgson and Samuel G. Smith,
Mortgagees, those tracts or parcels of land
lying and being In RamseyCouuty.Minnesota,
described as the north half of lots thirteen
(13), fourteen (14) and fifteen (15). in block
one (1) of Parker & Bailey's out lots to the
City Of St. Paul, according to the plat on file
ana of record in the office of the Register of
Deeds in and for said Ramsey County, which
mortgage was duly assigned by said iJdward
J. Hodgson and Samuel G. Smith to the
Security Trust Company, a corporation,
January 2d, IS9I, and the instrument of as
signment was duly recorded In Register of
Deeds' office of said Ramsey county In book
340f Assignments, on page*.), and said mort
gage was duly assigned by Eaid Security
Trust Company to Adolnh Biermanu, May
'J'.ith, 1801, and the instrument of assignment
was) duly recorded In Register of Deeds'
office of "said Ramsey county in Book U of
Assignments on pages 4\"B and 47:'. and said
mortgage was duly assigned by said Adolph
Biermaun to the Security Trust Company, a
corporation. October 20th. 1894. and the in
strument of assignment was duly recorded
In Register of Deeds'ottice of said Ramsey
county, iv book 31 of Assignments, on page
359, and by which default" the power of gale
has become operative, and no action or pro
ceeding has been instituted to recover said
debt, or any part thereof, and there is now
flue on said mortgage 51,570.58 and $,i 4.44
(axes paid by said assignee for the years
JS9? and )&>3, making the total amount due
thereon $1,605.07.
Now "notice is hereby given, that, by virtue
of said power, said Mortgage will bo fore
closed and said premises sold at Public
Auction by the Sheriff of said County, as by
stntute provided, on Saturday. January 19th.
1895, at ton o'clock A. M., at the front door of
the Court House on 4th street, in the city of
St. Paul, in said County, to pay said debt,
Interest, taxes, $79.00 attorney's fees as stl >-
ulated in said mortgage, and disbursements
allowed by law.
Dated December sth, 1804.
SECURITY TRUST COMPANY.
Assignee.
By Edward J. llodoiom, President.
THE GLOBE BUILDING
•i
4
BEST OFFICE ROOMS IN THE CITY.
Steam heat; all modern conveniences.
Best location in the city for offices.
RENTS TO SUIT THE TIMES
.= ENQUIRE AT
Taylor' $ Renting Agency
Room 16, Globe. J. W. Taylor, Supt.
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Dining Cars on Winnipeg and Pa- p^ 1-, £*•'.
citic Coast Trains. Lye An-
Pacific Ma" (Daily) for Far^o,
Jamestown, Livingston, Helena,
Butte, Mis&oula, Spokane. Ta- 4:1517
coma, Seattle and Portland p.m. a.m.
Dakota and Manitoba Express
(Daily) for Fergus Falls. Wall
ton, Crookston. Grand Forks.
Graf ton. Winnipeg. Moornead, S:00 7:0">
Fargo and Jamestown p.m. a. m.
Farj?o Local (Daily except Sun
day) for St. Cloud, lirainerd 9:00 rt"2"»
and Fargo i. m . p. m.
Dakota Express does not run west of Fargo
on Sunday.
Pullman keepers Dally between St. Paul
and Grand Forks, Grafton, Winnipeg, Fer
gus Falls, WahDetou and Farso.
Pullman First-Class and Tourist Sleepers
ajd Free Colonist Steepen are run; on
through Pacific Coast Trains.
C. E. STONE, City Ticket Agent, 162 Bast
Third Street. St. Paul
GREAT NORTHERN RY
Tickets: l'Jj E. Third St. ana Union Dego:.
leave. [ St. Paul Union Depot. ; arrive:
Willmar, Morris. Browns'
bS:OS am ..Val. and BreckiuridKe.. b 7:Oopni
Fergus Falls. Fargo, G'd .
bS:3oam Forks b 6:o3pm
Osseo, Clearwater and St. j
b3:3opni Cloud |bll:ssam
b3:30 pm Anoka, SuCloud.Winmtr blO :55 a
b4:3opm .Excelsior & Hutchlnson. bll :55am
„ M ißreckinridse. Fargo.
e|B:3opm ...Grafton. Winnipeg.... a 7:3o air
?Auoka, St. Cloud. Fersr.
Falls. Crookston, Grand
Forks, Helena, Butte. Au
aconaa, Spokane, Seattle,
a 7:4." pm I Pacific Coast a 7*lsaa>
b^:'.% ftmjSoo Falls, Yaiikton.S.City b T;o3pm
a. Daily; L>. Except Sunday; tDining an/
Buffet Cars, Palace Sleepers, Tourist Cart.
Eastern IHlnnosola ItaiUvay
Runs the only fast train from St. Paul
through Union Depots Minneapolis and Wei:
Superior to Duluth without change of oar*.
Finest Buffet Parlor Cars in the West.
Leave. St Paul Union Depot. : Arrive
West Superior and Duluth,
l:0"> jm ...Daily Except Sunday.... I:VJ pm
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY
—Trains leave Union Depot. City
Office, 304 Robert street, corner Fifth. Tel
ephone. 150.
♦Daily, Dally Ex. Sun. Leave. Arrive.
Chicago.Dubnuue NtffhtEx ~ ~ *'.i:'M inn
M»afy; St. Jowph, DwV am+'?:^P m
Moinfs, V.ar»lu\!lto\\;i. - J *<«<»pni ♦•:35 am
Doilge Center L'.-.oixl, *J:3."> *10:10 »m
au^jLyjai lA-ares Union Depot for
f ISf£iPMlfi3« Cb'-ca K°. St- 1-ouis aed
1 H iTiiSiTie llown-river poinu 7:30
111 IIE. II I «-m; Arrives from Chi
m, a*^3*fc SBX ca S° 2-30 p. m_ except
kg^|f^fS«|g|| Sunday. Lc»Te« Union
•jj«s i ||| Lg^jC Dep<it for Chicago and St.
!§3^4sKlrd?fi3 ou's ":**> !'• m; ArriTfS
guajlßgcaSwEiiM!A.j from same poiut«7:4s tuu.

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