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NOW TO REORGANIZE.'
!
Western Lines Having Grant- j
ed the Canadian Pacific |
the Earth,
THEY HAVE ONLY TO RATIFY
liio Agreement, and the
Transcontinental Will Be
an Assured Fact.
DIFFERENTIALS ARRANGED
Granting- the C. P. $10 and $5
Rates on Through
Traffic.
Chicago, Dec. so.— The lone-drawn
i>iit argument between tlie Canadian •
I'acitic auU tlie Western lines lus prac- i
tically been brought to a conclusion, an 1
agreement haying been reached on eiu- I
igrant traffic and on the differentials, i
The proportions of the emigrant busi
ness from New York and Boston allowed
to the Canadian Pacific are: To the
western part of the stale of Washington
and to British Columbia, 33)4 per cent; ■
to the eastern part of \Vasliingtuu?2o j
percent: business to Wisconsin uortii j
of a line drawn from Marinette toKed I
V»"i;isr. through Wausau. Euu Ch>ire and j
Menomouci, 20 per cent: in Northern
Michigan, west of a line <l;awn from [
Negauuee to Escanaba, 50 uer cent; in j
Northern Michigan, e»st of this line,
the entire trattle is to Kg the Canadian i
Pacific, Soo, and Dululit & South Shore !
lines.
The differentials are ac stated yester
day, fio first-class aud §5 second-class,
from Port Arthur to California points-,
raii to Victoria ;iud Rieaiuer down the
coast; by all-rail ro:;U\ t?.s;> firsl-class,
and •■?•') sicu:iu-class. Tne concessions
tv the Cauad.an Pacific
Vf 111 5Je ISatitied
Nt the genera! meeting wheu that body j
Is cailt. to meet by Chairman Caldwell. j
The outconjf ot the li^ht has been a \
srreat, victory for the Canadian Pacific, j
Soiue ot tlie lines went into the meet- |
i;.g declaring that they would on no ac- i
con.it allow any differential to be
planted to the Canadian Pacific or,to I
any other" line. The Atchison had!
announced that it would not j
agree to any differential via San •
Dk'iro. The ratitieatioi) oi the !
agree nient made tou;iy with the Cana-
diitn I'aciric will put the lines in a posi- ;
tion to form ttieir passenger association |
without the loss ol time, 'lhe ineeiiug j
of the transconental lines will adjourn |
tomorrow or next day and will be called I
to meet some tune in January.
No immediate action will be taken by !
the Western Traffic a&sociation lines rJ- j
garding the action ut me Western roads i
in a differential rate to the Canadian i
Pacific lroni Ontario where it will come J
into direct competition with the Grand:
Trunk and tbe Michigan Central. They j
will allow the Western roads to put in \
the rales before they offer any objec- j
tions to it existence. i
NO CHANGK VKT.
Railways May Vet Advance Kates
of Implements.
The Western classification commit- '
tee, which met in Ctiicago this week,
adjourned without taking any action '
on the question of advancing agricul
tural implements from the third to the
second class, but the local members who
attended the meeting say the matter
will come up again in a few mouths.
The advance would mean an increase in
the freight rates of about 10 per cent,
and naturally the manufacturers of the
couutry are opposed to the change.
They were represented at the meeting
by a Btroue committee. The Walter A.
Wood Harvester company is interested
in the matter. The committee con- |
tinned the classification agreed upon !
la>t November, but the changes made I
are siitrht. The minimum per car was
increased from 20,000 to 24,u00 pounds.
Bit; BUUiiINGTON MOV*;.
Paving the Way lor a Ihrough
I'iiic ti the Pacific.
BUTTE, Mont.. Dec. 20.—1t is stated
on good authority that an offer was
.Biade today to sell the 13utte. Anaconda
A: Pacific railroad to the Burliugton.
General Manager Holdredxe. General
Freight Ageut Crosby, nud Commercial
_y^2sv Have a
sf ' '~J Shampoo ?
yjr\ When you do.
K.Jft&% A liave it with
/A JL^ Pearline.
W^^^f It's delightful.
£§l ~~ Ny Not only
ml >v A cleans your
7 \ \ head, but
> clears your
brain. It's good for your hair
and scalp, too — invigorates
them, just as a bath with
Pearline invigorates your
body. You're missing half
the luxury of bathing, if
you're doing it without.Pearl
ine. Moreover, you're not
getting quite as clean, prob
ably, as you might be. This
may surprise you—but it's so.
Beware of Imitations. 450 JAMES PYLE, N.Y.
jggP^ W7£COX COMPOUND
J^j safe: A3." 12 svbe. t\eu?i
BS TJn?crupu!ou? persons aro coui.- \3/V/
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Kw TaniT JPiiis, t!.e genuine are put up la
SB i^-^Ji 1* bo:ies wiUl K-Blstered ti ade mark oi
BP Shield,accej-tnowortiitessnostniin, inslston
Kg thegenui!ie,atallUrug(?ists. Bend 1 cents
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p;ina!!.^vil»ox Specific to.f-liiia.a 1*
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At Drncgista or ml with Syringe for fi.oo.
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■^gr - i^T^r 'rrS"^*~ ■ r«JEJ>*^ financial ■ _^ rtaln wrapper, with te?Hmonlßi« and
|oni Btware of imitatumi. Sold b/ our advertised - -*Wrer:ceP. No chance for conanita*
r*3onic Temple, Chicago, bold in St. Paul, ilin by <«Wts. or addrens "VKHVE £F.KI> CO..
k&ui & Cc 31 &&s£% j""*"., u.^. *" Mussetter, in <& Chicago by H. W. bim-
DUFFY'S
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FORIIIDICINAiJUSE
NO FUSEL OIL
For bi: .d^st;; ii|» bodies that laave
loss NtrcAßlh iti a lonu struggle
With dit.eit.4e. F«>r all »'."•'« and both
soies. .1 tMMMI ti> <•<>!! valesccitl^. as
•rell rs to all iio i«m-1 that their
vigor Is declining*
<;ivi:s ki:i:.\ APPETITE
mul
NEW EBST OF I-IFIC.
A iru ■' and reliable tonit- that bau
l*l>uct tiie-last ItMtertsm; trace of old
ll . m sty while v»ar<tiii£ othe at
taolu latent In bad air. Illugg>»**
mid (irafen will stop recommend
litfC iiliici' tttiiiu* it juii iu*i»t on
iiavi llff SUliJ'j V.
Ft,- HliiMralcil i>ai:t|>!tU-i address
Di j i-v nALT \%eaisKß:\ «o
u*m hb:nti:ie. v v.
Azent Johnson, of the Burlington, are
in Butte, and today made a tour of in
spection over the Butte. Anaconda &
Parifie 1:1 company with Marcus Daly,
president of the latter.
Mr. Huldredge refused to deny or
confirm the report. It is also said the
Burlrnctoa nffieiais are looking up a
route to build from BiiiiiiKs to Butte.
The purchase of toe Butte, Anaconda &
Pacific would give the Burlington a
complete coast outlet, as it is in course
of construction to a junction with the
Great Northern.
Usot'til and AppropriateXmas Gifts
At The Boston. A small line of Smok
ing Jackets at half-price.
YEAR'S KAILWAY BUILDING.
It Was Less Than in Any of the
Past Twenty Year?.
Chicago. Dec. 20.—The Railway Age
in its computation of the railway con
struction of 1804 says: The new mile
age of 1594 is less than in any other one
of the last twenty years, and it is the
least in the last thirty years, with the
exception of 1875, 1866 and 1865. The
total mileage constructed during the
year was 1,919.13. Arizona heads the
list on four roads with 193. Illinois is
second with US on eight lines, and Ore
gon brings up the rear with a trifle less
than two miles of new mils. Vermont,
Rhode Island, Conneticut, Delaware,
Maryland, Kentucky, lowa. Nebraska,
both Dakotas, Washington, Nevada and
Idaho built no track at all.
low i xcursicio Hates.
The St. Paul & Duluth R. R. will sell
round trip excursion tickets to Dululh,
West Superior and all ioca! points on
Dec. 22, 23. '24. -J5 and 31, 1804, and Jan.
1, ISi'o. at very iovv rates, good for re
turn to and including Jan. rind. Ticket
offices, :'>'.!() Robert St., St. Paul ('phone
B61), and l'.t Nicollet House Block, Min
neapolis ('phona o'.)0). and Union Depots.
Cash for an Oklahoma Road.
Guthkie, D. T., Dec. 20.—Mayor
| Robert Martin has returned from Lon
don, where he negotiated ?3.000,000 of
bonds for the builders of the Oklahoma
•Central railroad from Cherryvale, Kan.,
1 to El Reno, Oklahoma. English en
gineers are now making final surveys.
W oik will begin on Feb. 1. It connects
with the Missouri Facilic.
To California Without Change Via
"Ihe Milwaukee."
On Saturday, Nov. 10th, 1894, and on
every Saturday thereafter, an eiegant
Pullman Tourist Sleeper will leave Min
neapolis (8:25 a. in.), St. Paul (8:35 a.
in.), and arrive Los Angeles. California,
at G:.;o p. m. following Wednesday.
Via' The Milwaukee's" famous ■•lled
rick Route"' to Kansas City, thence via
th<j A., T. & S. F. 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. £0.00 through from St
Paul-Minneapolis,
Leave St. Paul-Minneapolis every
Saturday morning, striving at Los An
geles every tt ednesday 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.
AIK BRAKES.
The general officers of the Great
Western are making a few changes In
their luciition in the Metropolitan block.
TUe lourlh lloor is to be occupied by the
auditor, the ticket auditor and the treas
urer, and six or seven vaults are to be
buiit for their accommodation. The
master mechanic's oflice is to be moved
roni the fourth to the eighth floor.
The application of the Minneapolis
Western Railway company to be al
lowed to increase its capital stock, which
was to have been heard before the rail
road commissioners yesterday,was post
poned until Dec. 24.
C. A. Garcelon. general superinten
dent of tne Pullman company, Chicago,
was in the city yesterday, and, in com
pany with Superintendent Rice, called
at a number of the local ofhees. Super
intendent Gaieelon is West on a tour of
inspection.
The Eastern Minnesota announces a
holiday rate of a fare and a third for the
return trip between the Twin Cities and
the head of the lakes. Dates of sale
Dec. 22 to 25. Dec. SI and Jan. 1, good to
return on or before Jan. 2.
Assistant General Freight Agent
Baiid. of the Northern Pacific, returned
home from Chicago, where he attended
a meeting of the Western classification
coin m iltee.
President J. J. Hill, of the Great
Northern, is not expected back from the
East for another week.
General Manager IJannaford, of the
Northern Pacific, has returned from
Milwaukee*.
Samuel Hill, president of the Eastern
Minnesota, is on the Paciuc coost.
LOW EXCURSION RATES
To All Principal Pojijtf tn T^exae,
Mexico, Florida and the SouV/i.
If you will call at the Wisconsin Cen
tral City Ticket Office, on Third Street,
opposite the Merchants' hotel, we will
be pleased lo 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 servfd "a la
carte" In dining cars on all Wisconsin
Central trains. ■
The only Chicago line serving 6upper
•n a dining car on the evening limited.
F, Rj, yr£""e» City Passenger Agent
Vvisconsint^fr^-^M^ Kast Third
street.
THE PAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: FRIDAY MOKNltff}. DECEMBER 21, JBU
BEARS WERE ACTIVE
Their Influence Was Too Much
for Wheat,' Which Was
Otherwise Strong,
PRICES RECORD A DECLINE
As a Result and Other Grains
Weaken in Sympathy-
Provisions Stronger.
STOCKS FIRMER IN TONE.
Sugar Shares Were an Excep
tion to the General Up
ward Movement.
Chicago, Doe. 2o.— The wheat market
Btriurcled to naiii a little in price, but
too many haiu'.s went up against it, and
t closed ' 4 <; lower than on the day be
lore. Corn for May sold as high as
49. 1s(«i--j{U4<\ and for one small lot sold
as low as 4SJ tj c. li closed at 4'Jc bid.
against 40'yc on the day before. Pro
visions ruled linn and made a fractional
gain in price.
The local pople who bought wheat
yesterday and had a little profit in it
took their profits at the opening this
morning. New Yorkers similarly situ
ated worked on the same lines. The
first transactions were at the same
price as at yesterday's close, and were
steady for the first twenty minutes. At
the end of that time the selling began
to have its effect and a break of J^c
occurred, partly influenced by the fact
thai receipts at Minneapolis and Duluth
were 415 cars, against only 300 cars on
the corresponding day of last year.
The cables giving the close of the for
eign markets were strong and quoted
considerably higher prices, but New
York, Minneapolis and Milwaukee
rather threw cold water on the bullish
feeling abroad by reporting that bids
from the other side for iiour came at
lower prices than were offered from
there yesterday. Visitors on the floor
here from points in Illinois reported an
almost total exhaustion of fanners'
wheat in places where the crops had
been heaviest. The market held fairly
firm, but trading was light and fluctu**
ations narrow.
The opening prices for May were
58%(3!58%c; it had a dump to 58*£o, a
recovery to 585£ c, a lon* interval of
steadiness at around 58$£c and then
another weak spell, whieti left the price
struggling to keep its head l-16c higher
than the previous lowest position of the
day as tho session was closing.
Corn suffered from the improvement
in the weather, prospectively heavier
receipts and very poor demand for the
soot article. Very little business was
done; :J-l(ic covered tiie range of the
fluctuations for the day. May opened
at 4'J. I s c, and did not sell higher than
49' 4 c, nor lower than 49c during the
session. It closed at4i)c hid.
A quiet sessioM was passed in oats.
The disposition was principally to sell,
and this, with the weakness in corn,
caused prices to decline. May started
at S2J£c sold at 32J£c, declined to 82®
'6'2} b , and closed at the low price of the
day.
Provisions did not escape the tren
eral dulluesj. The market for future
delivery was firmer, however, due to
the run oi hogs at the yards proving
to number only 30,000 instead of 37,000,
as has been estimated, and tomorrow's
receipts being estimated at 24.000.
Compared with last night the market is
unchanged to 2}»c higher.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open-| liijjh- Low- C'los-
Articles. ing. \ est. est. iusr.
Wheat No 2- ;
December. ... 54 54V« s:^ 53%
May 55%-Bi 55% f,fsS|j;sS%-i&
July oSVi 50-59Vfc 50-59% oOVs
Corn No. 2—
December 46 43 46^4 457s
Jaunarv 4V» 4G«& 4(i 4(5Vs
May 49Vs-<4 49 4'J 4i)
Oats No. 2—
December £'ji* 2CV4. 29 29
ay 32V& 32Vi 32-3JVB 32-32%
Mess Pork-
January 1180 1180 11 77V2 11 77V2
May 12 12V2 12 15 12 10 12 10
Lftrd—
January .... 665 685 680 6 £2Vi
May 7 O«Vi2 710 705 705
Short Kibs —
January f9O 5 92% 5 87V2 5 87Va
May 610 615 ClO 010
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour—Quiet and a trifle easier. Wheat
—No. 3, none: No. 2 spring, sß%@6o)sc;
No. SSpriug, 57%@G0^c: No. 2 red, 53%
@.">4)4C. Corn— No. 2, 4">%c. Oats—No.
2, 2«JKc; No. 2 white, 31^@315ic; No.
3 while, 31^c. live—No. 2. <B%c. Bar
ley—No. 2, 53%<j$5Sc; No. 3, [email protected];
No. 4, 50c. Fiaxseed — No. 1, |1.45.
Timothy Seed—Prime, [email protected] Mess
Pork—Per bbl, *11.75(<?11.87>£. Lard
—Per 100 lbs, K.B2>{. Short Ribs—
Sides (loose), [email protected] Shoulders
—Dry salted (boxed). [email protected]%c. Sides-
Short clear (boxed), 6)^@6^e. Whisky
—Distillers' finished goods, per gal,
$1.23. Sugars uuchan^ed. Receipts—
Flour. 3,000 bbls: wheat. «2,000 bu;
corn, 02,000 bu; oats, 124,000 bu; rye,
0,000 bu; barley. 25.000 bu. Ship
ments—Flour, 5,000 bbls; wheat, 3,000
bu; corn, 8.000 bu; oats, 1)3,000 bu; rye.
3,000 bu; barley, 18,000 bu. On the prod
uce exchange today the butter market
was dull: creameries, [email protected]; dairies,
[email protected]'Jc. Eggs dull at l'[email protected]
Milwaukee.
Milwaukee, Wls.. Dec. 20.—Flour
steady. Wheat steady and dull; No.
2 spring, 55c; No. 1 northern, 83% c;
May, sS^c. Corn lower: No. 8, 43>|e.
Oats steady; No. 2 white, 319£ c; No" 3
white. 31^c. Barley steady; No. 2,
53% c: sample. [email protected] Rye lower; No.
1, 49>£c. Provisions steady. Pork, $11.85.
Lard, $6.80.
I>uliitb Wheat.
DuMTir, Minn., Dec. 20.—This mar
ket ruled firm today and was quite
strong as compared with Chicago, with
the result that May wheat here is vow
3)£c above the Chicago price. Leading
men in the trade expect to see Duluth
wheat sell at 5c to 7c above Chicago.
The market opened steady and un
changed for May at 62c. It held pretty
aleady with a fair volume of trading
from Cl^c t<j£2^e, but \vit^ most of the
business at 62c. '1 ber6 \yaf small trad
ing in IFeceniper.. Crsli wjiejit sai in
fair demand by the nlfffsjl^ut otienup
were light, Considerable • was worked
c. i. f. Buffalo on a basis of 5c over
New York May to be shipped on open
ing of n.ivigatioii.
The close was unchanged from yes
tenlay**. as follows: No. 1 hard, ensh,
Glc; December, 61c; May, 63}^c; July,
04)4c; No- 1 nqrtherr cubu, s(J>^c; De
ember. 59Kc; May, G?e; July, C3>^c;
No. 2 northern, cash, S6^e; No. 3.53 Ie:
rejected wheat, 50)^c; to arrive. No. 1
hard. 61c; No. 1 northern. SiJ^c; rye,
40c; No. 2 oats, 31c; No. 3 oats, 3O';,c.
Receipts here and at Superior—
Wheat, 13D.422 bu ; oats, 5.040 bu; bailee
2,207 bu. Car Inspection-Wheat, 230'-
oats, 7: barley, 4. '
Rew York I'rodiice.
BiBW Yohk, Dec. 20.—Flour—Re
ceipts, 13,500 bbis; export*, i 3,300 bbls;
sales, B,GOO pkgs; nmrKet was again
more active, for winter brands, but the
final break in wheat discouraged buy
ing; Southern flour dull. Uye flour
quiet;sales, 200 bbls. Buckwheat flour
ne^iected. Buckwheat dull atf>2(a()oo.
Cornp.iral quiet; fates, 200 bbls; yellow
Western, *l. 10(5)1.18. liye nominal.
Barley nominal. Barley malt Inactive.
Wheat — Receipts, 2,300 bu, ex«
ports. 24.800 ibii 1; sales, 3,555,000 bu fut
ures, 04,000 bu spot; spot steady; No. 2
red, ■tore ami elevator, fiofiiou^c; alloat,
■oU4v£«!?ae; f. o. b., tilj^(aClc atloat; No.l
northern, i 01c dtiiveiftl; No. l hard.
To}^c delivered; options advanced early
on foreijju buying and firmer cables,
rUeifeOri^ril«>c«i g - a l,. S| folij-a n[uj
itvivuuceu tui aa> yii ! eAVy eleurai^o^s
and linn late cables, but then OjpU'o
suddenly Rt the cloie under free liqui
dation, and left off nt %c net decline;'
No. 2 red, January, 60&@G0)<fc, closed.
atGO^c; February, Olj£(c36l&e, closbd
«tiilc; March, [email protected]^c, closed at
02c; May. U23^@G'j%c, closed at (iJ,,^;
June ciohed at U2Xc; July, C'^Xvl*
3-IGC, closed at O2; 8 o; Deceinbcr.
[email protected]|^c, closed at s'.)^c. Corn
—Koceipts, 80,000 bu; exports, 22,-
WO bu; sales, 350.000 bu futures;
2G.000 bu spot; spot market dull; No. 2,
&1/6 C elevator; old No. 2 white, 55^c
delivered; steamer mixed. lac; No. 8,
4S 1 : .c; option-market opened steady.and
after a sli^'lit decline ruled linn on pre
dictions of rain, (iualiy weakening \yith
wheat and closing at ,'se decline;
January, 51%@52%c, closed at slKc;
February. s'i^(g.V^e, closed nt 52< l'c;
May, u'-y^u.i-jo'sc, closed at s','J^c; Da* .,
cember closed atslJ£e. Oats—Heceipts
7,800 bu; exports, two bu; sales, 40,000
bu futures, BD.OOO bu spot; spot steady;
No. 2. ;Uc; No. 2. delivered, 35c; No. 3,
33V.;c; No. 2 white, 88c; No. 3 white,
37> 4 'c; track white Western, [email protected];
options quiet but steady all d<«y, closinc
at unchanged prices; January, 34' 4
34% c, closed at 34 ,^c; February closed
at 3T»,Vc; May, 35^@36c, closed at3s>£c;
December closed at 34«. Hay easy.
Hops quiet. Hides steady. Leather
quiet. Wool steady. Beef quiet. Cut
meats quiet; pickled bellies, sJ£@
G> 2 'c. Lard steadier; Western,
st»*ara closed at $7.17^; city at 65} 8 'c<C
65^8; December closed at $7.15, nomi
nal; January, S7.IS asked; refined
steady. Pork dull; new mess. fl3.00(a)
13.75. Butter dull and heavy; West
ern dairy. [email protected]; Western creamery,
[email protected]; Western factory, <J!.,@lsc; El-
Kins, 24c; imitation creamery, [email protected];
state dairy, [email protected]; stale creainerv, 17
@22c. Cheese dull; state large," s)@
IU4C; small, 9>£@l2)£c; part skims, 3}. i
@'Jo; full skims, 2(a;;?c. Etrirs weaker;
state and Pennsylvania, [email protected]; ice
house, [email protected]; receipts, 4.217 pkgs;
Western fresh, [email protected]; Southern, [email protected]
'Me. Tallow linn; product scarce.
Liverpool.
Liverpool. Dec. 20.— Wheat — Spot
firm, demand poor; No. 2 red winter,
4s B}£4; No. 2 red ■prinje, stocks ex
hausted; No. 1 hard Manitoba, 6ssd;
No. 1 California, 5s 2}.Ul; futures
opened steady,with near positions of red
winter 2 fartniiurs bixber, ana distant
positions 3 farthings Higher; closed
steady, with near positions 4 tarthintrs
higher, and distant positions [email protected] far
things hiKhei; business about equally
divided; December, 4s 9d; January, 4s
'J.'iiii; February, 4s lOd; March, (red
American). 4s lOj£d; Aoril. 4s 10% d;
May (red American), 4s io! 4 d. Corn-
Spot easy; American mixed. 4s 10? i'd:
futures opened easy, with near positions
1 farthing lower, and distant positions
unchanged; closed steady, with near
positions 1 farthing lower to 1 farthing
hlnner, and distant 1 to 2 farthings
higher; business heaviest on middle po
sitions; December, 4s lid; January, 4s
4d; February. 4s 4d; March, 4s 4d; April,
4s4 l 4 d; May. 4s 4. v ,d. Flour dull, de
maud poor; St. Louis fancy winter,
5s Dd. Peas—Canadian, 4s lid.
$100,000
To Loan on St. Paul Real Es
tate. ! >3< '
St. Paul Title Insurance I Trust Co
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Chicago. Dec. 20.-Clearinc:3, 514.
--230.49 L Money, [email protected])^ p3r cent on call;
[email protected])on time. Ni-w York exchange at 7Uc
premium. Sterling commercial, t4.50?4
@4:«7K. ■ i
: ... .. ..Sew York. ;.;v. ■ j *•„-;
New -York,■■ Dee. 20.—A firmer tione
characterized the speculation on the
stock exchange, today, but the volume
of business was but little heavier than
on yesterday. London was a small buy
er ot St. Paul and to a lesser degree of
Erie, aud late advices from London
showed an improvement there in Amer
ican securities, which had a favorable
effect on the market here. At the open
ing of business the general list was held
firmly, but Sugar broke \% per cent on
liquidation sales and Western Union
sold down 1 per cent,ex-dividend of V 4,
owing to a pressure to sell by holders,
who had been waiting to collect the
dividend before liquidating their ac
counts. A slight reaction occurred be
fore the end of the first half hour, but
the market quickly rallied and up to
noon the tendency of prices was up
ward. Consolidated Gas made the great
est advance, '&% per cent on buying in
duced by a renewal of the reports of a
proposed combination between the con
solidated and East River Gas Com
panies. Lake Erie & Western pre
ferred rose 1 per cent. Outside of these
stocks the gains were merely fractional.
in exception to the general improve
ment Sugar declined in early dealings
I.H, per cent, but recovered \}4. Nash
ville & Cuattanooira sold at 06 against
68. the iast p:e-fding sale. During the
hour and a hali immediately following
midday the active stocks were
practically without movement, but
some of the specialties fluctuated
rather widely, Pittsburg & West
ern preferred moving up 2}, Rubber
and Lake Shore aud New Jersey Cen
tral % y and Consolidated Gas broke \%,
aud Cordage 1 per cent, the latter re
covering \i. Before 2 o'clock there was
inaugurated a selling movement in Chi
cago Gas on Western orders, which
caused a decline of 1 per Sent in the
shares and a sympathetic reaction in
the rest of the list, New Jersey Ceutral
receding %, Denver & Kio Grande 15$
and other shares a small fraction. The
depression did not la*t lontr, and before
2 o'clock speculation was on the upward
tracK, prices continuing to advance up
to the final sales, and the market closed
firm, or near the best figures of the day. J
The principal advances ou the day are":
Evansville & Terre Haute, 4 per cent;
Pittsburg & Western preferred, 2}£;
Rubber, 2^: Lake Shore and Consoli--~i
dated Gas. \%\ Lake Erie & Western
preferred, 1#; Reading. %, and the
Grangers shares, %@% per cent. :Iu
the list of declines: Nashville & Chat
tanooga. 2; Denver & Rio Grande pre
feiretl, \% and Cordage preferred. ${.
Reading declined %, sold up 1%, and
reacted % per cent. Sugar di'diued
1)4, ralliea 2%, and receded %, making
a gain of %on the day. Chicago Gas
rose %, sold off I}s. aud recovered %,
making tjbe net loss % percent. i .-z
The bond market was heaw in the
earlmr trading, but under the Influence
of good buying prices stiffened and the
closing was firm. Tho total sales werg
1,§05,000, a^id the more important
changes are: 8 "5 . *■
$QcliiieTVErie second consol trust
receipts. %i per cent. | ;
Advances—Unio.i Pacific collateral
trust Gs, 2 percent. . ! -
The total sales of stocks today were
170,279 shares, including American Su
gar, 83,800; Burlington, 3.900; Chicago
Gas, 11,000; Consolidated Gas, 4,400;
DjstjlleM & Cattle Feeding, 12,200; '
■Noit.itvcsterh, 2,900; Reading. 13,400;
St. Paul, 12,100ijjuJted Smtes Cordage,
2y00; Western Onlfrn. 4,000r
MICHAEL DORAN. JAMES OOBAN
M. DORAJJ £J30.,
EuiiSfers ana Brokers,
31! Jackson St.. St. Paul, Minn.
Clostns Stock*—West.
Atehisou 4^l Northwestern.... 07%
Adams Kxpre»s..l3'J do pfd 141
Alton & Terra 11. 87 N. Y. Central... Wv»V«
do pfd 198 N. Y. &N. E.... 32V4
Am'CHn Express. 110 Ontario & West.. 13V*
Baltimore & Ohio 63V: Oregon Imp 11
Canadian I'erific. 50V4 Oregon Nay 19t*i
CaiiMda boutheiu 6) O. 8. L. <V U. n!." 6
t.'entral Pacific... UV\ l'atific Mail ... 22^
Cliea. Onio. ... rife i., D. iii ;. aVi
ChicnKO&Altou..l46
C B. & Q 71^
Chicaso Has.. .. 7Uij
Coi)SolidiitfdGas.i;Wii
0..C..C. & st. L.. at
Colorado G. 1.. 8
!,'otlon Oil Certs. •_'*W
M & Hudsw..|2o
<oi..Ue!f.lW..lJi)
Mi,&c. P. Co.. 5
: Srld - l(.Vi)
do pfd.. 23
Fort Wayne 167
Gt. North, pfd...lolVt
C. &E. I. ffd.... OjVi
HockiiiKValloy.. I6S*
Illinois Central.. 87%
SLPaul & Duluth -U
Kan. & Tex. utd. 'S:*.n
Lake Brie & West 164]
do pfd. 7;)
Luke Shore ISFTVi
Leaa Trust 3&14
Louis. «Vr Nash ... 53%
Louisville & N.A. «te
ManiiiUtan Con.. 105
Mem. & Ctiarls'n. 10
Michigan Cent... 97
Missouri PHCitio.. 21V2
Mobile* 0hi0.... 18
Nash: A Chatt.... o. r >
Nat. Cordage. ... 74
do pfd Klitt
N. J. Central. ... fi:ii,
N. &W. pfd 18% 1
North Am. Co HV2
Northern I'acinc. 4
do pfd VIVt
U.K. Denver &Q. 3^
PlttfioTirg....'..... 156"
Pullman Palace. .ls4
HtadliiK 14%
Richmond Tor... lt%
do r.fd... v ,... 20
RioG. Western.. ltiift
do nfd ...... 43
Kock 151 and..... 02i.^
St Paul ......... S&S.TB
do pfd...... .113%
St. P. 4i Omaha.. &3
do pfd 110
Southern Prtcinc. ISV2
$ilA&r]Refinery,.; M)]to
Tonn.'"oa!& Iron lfi*j
Texas Pacino.... o*s
i'ol. &O. c. pfd.. 7^
Union Pacific... 11%
U. S. Express.... 4i
Wabash.St.L.&P. 6>A
do . pfd . 13%
Wells-Fnrgo Ex .MB
Western Union.'. 867&
Wheeling & L. E. 10V?
do pfd........ 4(ii,
M. &St. L 28l£
1). & H. G KIU2
General Electric. 33%
National Llut>eeal74
Col. Fuel & Iron. 25<A
do pfd 73
11. T. Central.. IV2
T01..A.A.AN.M.. 2V4
r.. St. l. &k. C. 1
do pfd 6
Southern H. X... I<l%
do pfd Ui%
Tobacco 95 .
do pfd 107
R.M. NEWPORT & SON,
INVESTMENT BANKERS,"
Loan Money on Improved Property in St.
i'avil aud Minneapolis
At 6% 'On or Before'
New PioueerPress bids.. Heeve Boildtng
ST.PAUL__ MINNEAPOLIS.
Bond*.
V. Sfsreg 117% D. &lt. G. 45.... Bi%
do do coup 117*11 Erie seconds 64
aoi re« U3V| G.H.& S.A. (is... 97
do do coup 114*4 do do 7s 100
do.'sreg 97 II.& Tex. C. r.5...106
Pacific fis 0f. "95.. 100 do do 65....1')ir->
Ala., Class A... . 104 Vi M.,K.& T. first4s. 61
dodo B 107 do second 4s. 45%
dodo C 93 Mutual Union 6s.HI
do Currency.... 93 N.J.C.Gen.5s. .. 115%
La.N.Consols,4s.. 90 N. P. lsts 11C%
Missouri 100 do »ds .. .. 89%
N. C. t:s. 124 W.cou 14: i
do 4s 101 doS.F.deb.Ss..l()9
S. C. Non-Fund.. 1% It. Q. W. lsts.... 60%
Term. new Bet.Gs. 83V2 i-t. P.consols.... 132
do do 55...102 doC.&P.\V'lss.ll4
do old 6s CO St.L.&l.M.Gen.ss 7Si&
Ya. Centuries.... IC% St.I..&S.F.Geu.GsIO2
d) def KH4|T. P. firsts....... 87
Alchison 4s t'4i4| do "d 5.... 25%
do second "A". 17% U. P. lsts cf '06..103%
Canada So. 2ds.. 10: i I West Shore 4s. .. 10H
CP.15t50f '9.">....104 Southern 91
I). A: H. G. 7s 114% ~ ■.■
M. HANSEN & CO.
Koum 6, Oilllllaii BiocK,
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA,
Commission Merchants & Stock Brokers.
Grain, Provisions and Stocks bought and
sold lor cash or ou margins. Oui-of-towu
business a specialty. Write lor our price
current.
Sew York 31oiicy.
New York, Dec. 20.—Money on call
easy at 1)[email protected]; last ioan, I}<; closed I}^
per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 2%
('t4 l Sterling exchange quiet, but
linn, with actual business in bankers'
bills at 4.58®4.85K for demand, and
[email protected];! tor sixty days; posted rates,
[email protected] and $4.89>£@4.00. Silver
certiticates, 01c bid.
I.'.mrlifij Finanoi:tl.
New Yokk, Dec. 20.—The Evening
Post's London cablegram says: The
stock markets were irregular today, but
with a Jinn undertone. Americans
were flat, but had a distinct rally of \±
(a'y.,c after hours.
Of the decrease of £351,000 in coin and
bullion in the Bank of England this
week £52,000 net was' exported for the
week; the res*, has gone into home cir
culation. The details of the gold move
ment are £47.000 in from Eeypt, £10,000
from Aden, £100,000 from Australia and
£5,000 from Paris, with £204,000 export
ed to South America and £10.000 to
Paris. There is a slight demand for
gold heie lor Germany.
These Citations Furnis'ni ')/
Jameson, Havener
& CO.,
WHOLESALE—
Hay, Feed. Flour an Seeds
ST. PAUIj.
St. Paul Grain Market.
VVheat— No. 1 hard .58>.<@59a
Wheat—No. 1 northern. . [email protected]
Wlieat—No. a northern.... .v:[email protected](>Kc
Corn—No. 3 47((C47:.2C
Corn—No. 3 y«*llow [email protected]
Oats—No. 8 white 30;t(a3lc
Oats—No. 3 [email protected]^c
Barley [email protected]
Rye—No. 2 44(jj45c
Flour—Patent ; [email protected]
Flour -Slralafht f2.90®3.10
Flour—Bakers' [email protected]
Flour—Uye [email protected]
Buckwheattlour [email protected]
Cormneal—Bol ted [email protected]
Cornmeal—Coarse . [email protected]
Ground Feed—No. 1 [email protected]
Ground Feed—No. 2 [email protected]
Ground Fet»d—No. 3 ... f 19^19.50
Bran—Bulk [email protected]
Shorts—Bulk §[email protected]
Hay—No. 1 upland prairie...... $7.50(3)3
Hay—No. 2 upland prairie [email protected]
Hay—No. 1 wild $b".50(u)7
Hay—No. 1 timothy $10.50(a)ll.
Timothy seed, per bu *[email protected]
Clover f0.20((t5.40
Straw §4(^5
WOODWARD & CO
Grain
Commission.
Established 1579.
Minneapolis. . Duluth

IlliniicapoliN .'»larit<l«..
There was a better tone to th« wheat
markets due to the general upward
turn in prices abroad. The larger for
eign inquiry for wheat in the East was
another favorable feature. Prices in
the Northwest continue firmer, rela
tively than elsewhere, due to small
movement aud the good demand that
continues in spite of tho smaller flour
;production. Prices ranged as follows:
May— Opening, 50}{e; highest s'J^c;
lowest, 59<£@59>£c: closing. 59% c.
t July-Opening, Go)£@Go&c; highest,
160%@0'jJ^c; lowest, 60>s'(^00^c; clos
ing, 6'JB/c.
December— Openin?, 57?^c; liighest,
57J£c; Igvyest, 57; c; closing, 57^c".
gn Ti'ack—No. l hard, 59%0; No. 1
-northern, 58% c; No. 2 norjheru, 57Wc.
■- SdmjDle §alefs-NQ^l northern. 70 cars,
09c; /fo. 1 uMefn; 1 Pur, io lirivdi
5Vc: No. 1 itbrtlierri, 12 cars, to arrive.
¥!{sH°- 2 hotlbern/S cars, 58c; No. 2
■aoflhCTh, 2cfl?s, 57)ic; No. 2 northern,
' 1 car, 57% c; No. 8 wheat, 1 car, 57c; No.
3 wheat, 1 ear, 50c; rejecttd, 1 car, 2 lbs
off, SBWe; rejected, 5 cars, 2 lbs off,
52c; rejected, 1 car, 2 X4 lbs off, 55c; re
jected, 2 cars, 2 ibs off, burned. 54c; re
jected, 1 car, 2 lbs off, 55c: rejecti-d, 1
car, lib off, 54c; rejected, 3 cars, . ibs
Oir.s3^.
IMuUr—fjrst patents, [email protected]
Bran and Shorts— Bran. [email protected]?5
,in bulk: [email protected]) ia sacks; shoH£
[email protected]
Hay—Market Is steady; choice lowa
uplnnd.^[email protected]; choice Minneaota up
lnnd, |[email protected]; medium upland, $5
(jta. ~
Ugrn—No. S, 4Cc.
Oats-No. 3 white, [email protected])ti'c; No. 3,
29KC^30c,
ltye—46c for No. 2.
Barley—Nominal; No. 3, 46(^48c.
GroHiid Feed—Steady; No. 1, per ton,
car lots. [email protected]; cornmeal, carload,
fl7.so<c£lß per ton; granulated, $23.50
@24. \VvM :;> :.->;.
Chicago Lire Stock. .
Chicago, Dec. 80.— Ho«rs— Receipts,
gj.uooutad; 3hipm«ntß, 8,720 head;ieU
over, about 10.800 head: quality fair;
market active and firm; packers and
shippers l>oth free buyers; price? stroii*
and ssc hiurher oil both KiadcV; tfj^
ranged at 18.90(34.% for lislit, [email protected]&
for rough packim?. [email protected]{>5 for inixi-d,
1.25(«=4.75 for heUvy pac.HJnj? and stiip
pilij? lots, and [email protected] for piirs.
Cnttle—Receipt?, 7,000 head; quiet.
Sheep ~ Receipts, 14,000; dull and
weak. tTgr?
ROGERS & ROGERS,
Live Stock Commission.
Union Stock Yards. South St. Faal.Hliua
uvi: STOC li.
llnioii S<o«'l4j:>r«l*.
Receipts—2.loo liogs, 800 cattle, ir.
calves, 200 sheep.
llo«3 — Market strong and rctive;
quality only fair for the bulk. One
choice load of heavy sold at $4.50.
Representative sales —
No. Ay. Wt. Price No. Ay. Wt. Price
14 201 $115 01 292 $115
18.. '.'24 4 10 81 208 4 19
6!).... ...11)8 4 00 02 195 4 10
53 :!48 4 05 til ID4 4 10
50 2.'0 4 50 3S '.'OS 4 0)
21 334 4 20 113 218 4 25
6J 234 4 10 70 184 4 15
09 201 4 20 US 402 4 5U
Cattle—Good demand tor fat cattle;
common stuff dull and weak. Quota
tions unchanged.
Representative sales-
No. Ay. Wt. hricelNo. Ay. Wt. Price
2 oxen.... 1.470 $2 801 C mixed.. 7-16 £2 I'O
1 steer... 810 260 4j feeders.. BS2 235
1 cow ... 850 2 00 2st'kers.. 410 200
1 bull 780 1 Sti Sst'kers.. 7C4 2 00
1 heifer.. C7O IV> 2 feeders..l,oio 2 7j
5 cows.. . 521 2 H
Sheep—Good sheet)in kooJ demand;
common dull.
Representative sales-
No. . Ay. vVt. Price
52 muttens : 05 $1 40
3liuneKO<a Trstii*lVr.
Cattle—Market fairly active. Offering!
consisted of mixed butcher stuff, ai.d
sold well for quality. Buyers are on the
market daily in search of Kood killing
classes, as well as heavy feeders. Sales:
No. Ay. Price No. Ay. Price
6 steers ... 850 $J 50 4 steers 1.0U6 §2 4)
-steers... . 803 2 2. r '.' oxen 1.363 250
1 ox 2,075 3 I/O 1 steer 1,540 aSO
2oxen 1,: 25 2 4;. "> steers... .1.125 2 1)5
lsteer 825 250 .'cows 1,095 210
li cows &2calves.O3 0
Hofi— trading. Market steady.
Sheep—Good muttons in demand. A
band ot 00 brought ti.sol
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Notice of IWortsjase Sale.
DEFAULT HAS BEEN WADE IN TIIE
conditions of n mortgage, contain
insfa power of sale dated October 22d, 1801,
aud duly recorded iv register of deeds' oilice
of Ramsey county, State of Minnesota, en
November luth. 18lil, at 3~ o'clock p. m . in
book 240 of Mortgages, page ISS, whereby
John P. A. Yemen and Clarissa Yemen, his
wife, mortgaged to Henry A. Sctiroeder.
mortgagee, that tract or parcel of land lying
and being in Kamsey county, Minnesota" de
scribed as lot rive (5), iv biock one(l) of
Clark's addition to the City of s<t. J'aul. ac
cording to the recorded plat thereof on file
and of record in the office of the register of
deeds for suid Ramsey county, which mort
gage was duly assigned by said henry A.
bchroeder to the Security Trust Company, a
corporation, on the 10th day of December,
18'J1, aud the instrument of assignment was
duly recorded in ibe office of the register of
deeds for said Kamsey county in booK IS4 of
Assignments on page 103, by which default
the power of sale has become operative, and
there Is now due on said mortgage '$1,813.64,
and 522.72 taxes paid by said assignee on
said premises, and §3.00 paid by said assignee
as insurance premium on tbe buildings on
said premises, making the total amount due
thereon $1,848.36.
Now notice is hereby given, that by virtue
of said power, said mortgage will "be fore
closed and said premises sold at public auc
tion by the sheriff of said county, as by stat
ute provided, ou Saturday, .January l!Hb,
;J.">, at ten o'clock a. m., at the frontdoor of
the court house, on Fourth street, in the City
of St. Paul, in said county, to pay said debt,
interest, taxes, $7.i.00 attorney's fees as stip
ulated in said mortgage, and disbursements
allowed by law.
Datel December ',th. 1594.
SECURITY TRUST COMPANY.
Assiguee.'
By Edward J. Hodgsox.
President.
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cific coast points it-.'■)'■> a m.
For furUier iuformation and timo of loi'tsl
r Bins call at licket oilife or cnn«nlt fold t.
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY
v> —Trains leave Unloa Depot. City
QlQce. 964 Robert street, comer Fifth. Tel»
epr.one, 130.
♦Daily. tDally Sun. Leave. | Arrive:
Chicago,Pulmque NiphtKx. *ll:'M pm
Chicago, Dubuciue. Kan-\ . c «» _,_ „-».»„ ~.
sasCity. St. Jos*ph. l>es SS ttm tI3:SO pm
Moiius, Mar»liulllo\vQ. - J *«a»pi» *i :a> am
DciUo Ceuu-r Local, *J:JS pm *10:10 &QX

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