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WHEAT PELL UNDER SEVERAL STRONG BEAR INFLU ENCES. UO COUNTERACTING NEWS. INDICATIONS of A considera- ' ble INCREASE IN THE VISIBLE. OOHN SOMEWHAT LOWER, TOO. : Also Weakened With heat—Pro visions Suffer From Graiu Depression, ~* . ■ . ' CHICAGO, 111.. Sept 14.-Large .Northwestern receipts, an expected In crease in the visible supply and the reported failure of the bond syndicate to make good the gold reserve, were too heavy a load for wheat today, and December closed l%c lower. May corn lost %ey May oats, %c, and pro visions closed at declines. Wheat was less active today. Cables came higher, the natural reflex of our strength yesterday, but outside of this all the conditions were bearish. It was reported that the bond syndicate had failed to make good the loss to the treasury by the gold exports and this proved a great disappointment; the deliveries in the Northwest were larger, being- 1,129 oars, against 811 cars the same day last year, and the exports from both coasts for the week were only 1,810.000 bu, or 400,000 bu less than the we before, and nearly 1.000,000 bu less than during the cor responding week last year. There were also indications of a big increase in the visible supply next Mondiy, against a decrease of 3,000 bu the cor responding week last year. All this had a most depressing In fluence, and the selling pressure was considerable. There were times, how ever, when the weakness was com . batted with a good deal of vigor, but without much success. The probable big Increase in the visible, the weak ness in stocks and the financial out look were all against it. December sold from 58% . _ ..Ho split to 57% c, made several reactions on the way down and closed at 57% c. Corn was firm for a few minutes about the opening, but weakened in sympathy with wheat and the indica tions that the receipts will increase in the near future. The latter was the reason for exceptional weakness in the near futures, September closing at 31c, as against 32c yesterday. May although also weak, did not get be low 29c. which was the value at the close. Today's receipts were 551 cars by rait and 20.000 bu by canal, and Mondays receipts are estimated at 600 cars. Trading in oats was quiet. At the opening prices were steady, but fell off later in sympathy with corn. May ranged from 21%@21%c to 20%@20%c, closing at ___%c. Provisions opened weak and were confirmed In that by the downward course of the grain market. The de clines since yesterday established at the close are in October pork, 12% c; January, 7%c; lard. January, 10; Octo ber ribs, 10c, and January, 7%c. The run of hogs for the day was 10,000 ?« .» or the e ndre week 92.874. against loy.tji. on the same week last year. Jhe packing to date at Chicago is 2.227,000 head, against 2.252.000 for the same period last year. . *. Estimates for Monday: Wheat. 100 --corn, 650; oats, 325; hogs, 24,000 head. Hogs for next week, 100,000 head. The leading futures ranged as fol lows: . - , „ , Open- High- Low- Clos- Articles. ing. est. est. ing.. TV heat No. 2— ' Sept ......... 57% 57% 56% 56% ec 58% 59 57% 57% c&bra:'' 63 63 61% n% Sept ........ 31% 32% 31% 31%" . Oct ..~ 30% 31% 30% 30% D ec 28% 28% 27% 27% May 29% 28% 29 29 Oats No. 2— Sept •• 19% 19% 19% ' 19% £ ot 18% 18% 18% 18% Dec 19 19 18% 18% x., T_"-,y- 21% a 20% 20% Mess Pork- Sept 8 12 9 ct 820 820 8 15" 817 T an 9 42% 945 935 940 Lard- Sept - ..... .... 577 ? Pt •••• 5 82% 5 82% 580 580 0 , Jan , Ribs-- 5 77% 5 77% a 75 575 Bhort Ribs- Sept 5 27 9 ct 535 535 5 27% 530 _ an 485 485 480 " 480 Cash quotations were as follows: Flour— Winter patents, $3@5; winter f, tr h il' » 2 - 85<5 3 * 25: spring patents, 53.Z0fp3.75; spring straights, $2.7503.10* bakers', $email@example.com. Wheat— No. 2 spring, 56%<Q57%e; No. 3 spring, 56@57c; ££• 2 ,_. red - K *i<S's6%c. Corn— No. 2, , 3^ c; £°-_. 3 yellow. 31% c. Oats— No. 2, 9 ,-,^ : «^°- 2 w hlte ' 22%@23c; No. 3 white, 20%^21%c. Rye-No. 2. 37c. Barley— No. 2. nominal; No. 3, 32<Q42c; No. 4, 31® 46 -_. %_. Seed-No. 1, 95c. Timothy Seed-Prime. $4.1004.20. Mess Pork ?- ce 0 bb $8 - 12% ® 8 * 25 * Lard-Per 100 lbs, *?-. 8 2-. Short R.bs— (loose). $5.27% ta-s.Zo Shoulders— salted (boxed), 5%@»%c. Short clear, sides (boxed). 6@s%c. Whisky, distillers' finished goods, per gal, $1.22. Sugars un changed. Receipts— Flour. 6,000 bbls* wheat, 29,000 bu; corn, 259,000 bu- oats 24^000 bu : harley. 66,000 bu. Shipments -flour. ' m hu: wh eat. 79.000 bu; corn, 268,000 bu; oats, 235,000 bu; rye, 3,000 bu* barley. 15,000 bu. On the produce ex change today the butter market was firm; creameries. 9@2oc: dairies, 9%® I.e. Eggs firm at 14@14%c. Cheese? <yi%c. • . DiiliitU anil Superior Grain. DULUTH Minn Sept. 14.-Wheat £?• I hard A,. cash> 551^ c: September, r-0-sjc; May, 61 %c; No. 1 northern, cash •)4%c; September. 54% c; December, 56% c; **££• 64% c; No. 2 northern, cash, 51% c; No. 3, 48% c; rejected, 43% c. To arrive: No. 1 hard, 55% c; No. i north ern,, cash, 54% c. Rye, 34% c;' No. 2 oats, 20c; No. 3 cats, 19% c; flax, Oc tober. 92% c. Receipts— Wheat. 356,176 bu;. oats, 1,188 bu; rye, 3090 bu; bar ley, 19,057 bu; flax, 11,912 bu. Ship ments—Wheat, 506,477 ITu; oats, 3.125 bu rye, 2,579 bu; flax, 24,560 bu. ' Car in spection—Wheat, 506; oats, 1; rye 2* barley 22; flax, 28. Wheat stocks here will show an- increase of about 300 - 000 bu. The mills took 370,000 and the Shipments reached about 2,050,000. Milwaukee. MILWAUKEE, Wis., Sept. 14.-Flour firmer. - Wheat weak; No. 2 spring 55% c; No. 1 northern, 59c; December' 57% c. - Corn very dull; No. 3, 32% c' Oats steady; No. 2 white, 22% c; No 3 white. 21%@22c. Barley dull; No. 2 41c* sample, on track, 35@42c. Rye firm and higher; No. 1, 40c. Provisions low er. . Pork, $8.10. Lard. $5.75. Liverpool. LIVERPOOL, Sept. 14.— Wheat— firm; demand firm; No. 2 red winter, 4s B%d ; No. 2 • red spring, ss; No. 1 hard Manitoba, 5s %d; No. 1 California, 4s 10% d. Futures closed firm, with near positions %@ld higher and distant po sitions %@ld higher; business . about equally distributed; September, -is 9%d; October, 4s ]0d: November, 4s 10% d; De cember. 4s 10% d; January, 4s ll%d; Sep tember. 4s ll%d. Corn— Spot . firm; American mixed, new, 3s 4%d. Futures closed firm, with near and distant po sitions %d • higher; business about equally distributed; September, 3s 4%d; October, 3s 4%d; November, 3s 4%d; December, 3s sd; January, 3s 4%d; Feb ruary, 3s 2%d. Flour stead y; demand good, freely supplied; St. Louis fancy Winter, Cs 3d. . Inward and Outward. NEW YORK, Sept. 14.-The exports of specie from the port of New York this week were $10 - 233 - 69 . of khicli $8,223,281 were gold. imports at the port of New -Tork for the week were: DO' goods, $3,112,487; general mer«*har.l dUe, $7,007,325; gold. $27,051; silver Sit. --820. ' * ' Mliiueapoli h Home .-Inrkvt. Barrett & Zimrre- man— Ho-se?— Mar ket steady to firm: demand fcr beay drafters good: everything saleable. ' Representative Sales — Wt. Price. One gray gelding 1.1.100 $70 One pure )>!.-- r-_: mare .__,*W) ' • 185 One sorrel geld ast .1,200 60 black g.l'..:.<*. i..:X" 90 One pair drafters 3,400 225 Twenty drafters, to Duluth 1.700 R.M. NEWPORT & SOW INVESTMENT BANKERS, Loan Honey on Improved Property in St. ;;.:•-_ Paul and .Minneapolis AT --•-' "•■-■ --5 and 6% "On or Before" New Pioneer Press Bide. Reeve Building: ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS. •f Note Our mortgages are not made payable in gold. 0. H. F. SNATH & CO. Vember ■* New V< ' rk stock ******** ... em .. chiCHJ , 0 Board of Trade. Stocks. Bonds, Grain, Provisions and Gotten. Private wire* to New York andChi cajjo. -.02 Pioneer Press Bids.. St. Paul. .Minn. Michael Dora it. James Dovan. M. Doran 8c Go. Bankers and Brokers, . - 311 Jackson St.. St Paul, Minn. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE And 1,1-.... of -Property Owned by Any Individual Furnished. THE ST. PAUL TITLE IHSURHNGE & TRUST CO. H.d.L»RWIS Sst CO. GRAIN COMMISSION and STOCK BROKERS, -Room 6, Giffillan Block, St. Paxil, Minn. Private Wires to Minneapolis, Chicago and New York. Correspondence Solicited. RO 9I RS LIVE STOCK 5 ROGEdCOlifflfe"** E.M. PROUTY & GO. LIVE STOCK COUSIN, Union Stock Yards, South St. Paul. Grain Quotations Furnished by Jameson, mmm & co. WHOLESALE flail. Feed, Flour and Seeds, ST. PAUL, MINX. ST. PAUL MARKETS. Day's Quotations ou Flour, Grain anil Produce. Wheat— No. 1 hard....... 56@57c Wheat— No. 1 northern 55®5t.c Wheat— No. 2 northern 54W55C Corn— No 3 V 35(&>36c Corn— No. 3 yellow _^...36@3f»y_c Oats— 3 white IS@l9o Oats— 3 171i.18c Rye— No. 2 ....35@3tio lour— Patent $3.60©3._n. Flour— Straight $3.40&'3.€0 Flour— Bakers' ; $2.50@2. So Flour— Rye $2.20@2.U0 Cornmeal— Bolted $firstname.lastname@example.org Ground Feed— 1... $email@example.com Ground Feed— No. 2... ............ 514^)14.50 Ground Feed— 3 ...$firstname.lastname@example.org Bran— $9.5(Ka)10.00 Shorts— Bulk $11M11.50 Hay— 1 upland, prairie $7@B Hay— No. 2 upland prairie $6.50@7 Hay— No. 1 wild , $8 50 Hay— No. 1 tim0thy. . ........ . .$10.50@1l Straw .....;•.;. ....•....•._■.■...•.•.... ...?3.50@4 ; BUTTER— separator, 18%@19c; extra creamery, 16%@17c; first cream ery, 13@15c; second creamery, ll@12c; fancy dairy, 15@17c; first dairy, 12@13c; second dairy, 8*380; packing stock, 8c; grease, 3@4c. CHEESE— FuII cream, 9@9^c; prl most, s@7c; brick cheese. SV^loc; Lim burger cheese, 9@loc; Young America, 9%@10c; Swiss, 10@12%c; skims, sc. EGGS— cases returned, ll%c LIVE POULTRY— Turkeys, toms,7@ Sc; turkeys,hen3,S@9c: chickens, hens, 6@<*.%c; mixed, 6@6%c; cox, 4@ac; ducks, spring, B@9c; geese, 6@7c. VEGETABLES— Onions, yellow, bu 20@30c; onions, Minn., red, bu, 20@3Gc; onions, white, bu, 30@40c; cauliflower, per doz, 40<&<50c; cabbage, doz, 12@15c; beets, bu. 15@20c; parsnips, bu, 30@40c; celery, home-grown, 20@25c; rutabagas, bu, 15@20c; cucumbers, bu, 15*a'20c * spinach, bu, 15@20c; pie plant, per lb! lc; string beans, bu, 20c; tomatoes, home-grown, bu, 10@15c; egg plant, doz. 20@30c. DRESSED MEATS— Mutton.packing house stock, 6@6%c; mutton, country, 4%@5%c; veal, fancy, 6@B%c; veal, me dium, 4%@5%c; lamb, soring, s®7c. PORK, BEEF, HIDES, HAMS.Etc— Hides, steer, green, per lb, So; hides cow, green, per lb, 7c; hides, calf green, per lb, 10c ; hides, steer, salt, per lb, 9c; hides, cow, salt, per lb, 7%c* pelts, 25@60c; wool, washed, 13<ai4e : wool, unwashed, 7@loc; tallow, 4's>4%c* pork, mess, $email@example.com; beef, mess," $8.50 (g-9; bacon, $firstname.lastname@example.org; hams, $10011; hams picnic, $6@7; dried beef, Stymie; lard $C.50@7; hops, 7#9c. ' ORANGES— Seedlings,email@example.com* Mcd sweets, $2.75(83; Messinas? $3@3 25* Maltas, firstname.lastname@example.org. w°-*>, LEMONS— Extra fancy, $email@example.com --fancy, $firstname.lastname@example.org. *»»-"•. BANANAS — Port Limons, $1.75@2; Honduras, No. 1. $1.50@1. 75; Honduras, No. 2, $email@example.com; cocoanuts. per 100, $4® 4.50; plneapples.doz, $1.75@2. CALIFORNIA FRUITS - Peaches, box, free. $firstname.lastname@example.org; peaches, Michigan. %-bu basket, 50@60c; plums, crate SOc @$1.25; plums, Minnesota, bu, $email@example.com* plums, Damson, 80cft$l; pears Bart letts, bbl, $firstname.lastname@example.org; pears. Bartletts, box, $email@example.com; pears, La Belle, bbl, $2.75© 3; pears, Sickle, bbl, J.4W... * -ml BERRIES AND GRAPES—Blueber ries, 16-qt crate, $firstname.lastname@example.org; blueberries bu, $email@example.com; grapes, California, Muscat! box, Soc@sl.lo; grapes, Concord, lo lbs,22(<i 23c; grapes, Delaware, crate, $2 25@2 50* grapes, Tokays, $firstname.lastname@example.org; grapes Rose Peru.email@example.com. * MELONS — Watermelons, $B@ls -muskmelons, per 100, $2@3. " ' APPLES— Fancy stand, bbl, $2(5)2.25 --fancy, bbl, 1.75@2; standard. $1.50@l 75 : fair, $firstname.lastname@example.org; common, • $email@example.com POTATOES— Sweet Jerseys, per bbl $3.75#4; Minnesota, bu, 16@17c : DRIED FRUIT-Apples, evaporated, per lb., 7%@9c; peache3, peeled, 16@18c* peaches, unpeeled, 7@9c; pears, 6@Bc : apricots, 8@10_*: raspberries. 22®24c* blackberries, ,7%@9c; prunes. Califor nia French, s@9c; cherries, 12@15c GAME AND FISH-Prairle chickens. $firstname.lastname@example.org; jacksnlpe, $email@example.com; ducks, mal lard, doz, $firstname.lastname@example.org; ducks, teal, doz $email@example.com; ducks, common, $firstname.lastname@example.org : black bass, 9@loc; pike. s@6c; pickerel 4c; croppies, 4c. ' STOCKS STILL UNSETTLED. Downward Tendency Was Re lieved by a Short Rally. NEW YORK," Sept. 14.— stock market today opened weak, the un settling influences of the previous day continuing operative. London prices for American securities, as had been expected, came lower, the reported de clines extending. to % per cent. There was no important news .bearing, on the prices .of stock exchange securi ties, but the expectation of something vaguely unfavorable was felt by many of the traders. Tne downward ten dency was not relieved until 11:13, when covering of shorts temporarily stemmed the recession. In the break Missouri Pacific lest 3%; Great North ern pfd, 3%; Sugar; 2%; Lead, 2%, and C, C, C. & St. L., Denver pfd., Kan sas- & Texas pfd. Tennessee Coal and New York Central each 2 per cent. Material declines also occurred In a number of other stocks. The rally extended from % to 1% : per cent, the hurt in Sugar, Tobacco i and Missuorl Pacific. The improv* ment was short-lived, however, and. in the last fifteen minutes, of buslnss, another effective drive caused reces sions of %@l% per cent, Sugar mak ins. the extreme losr. ; ' The reassuring statements of Lazard Freres, J. Plerpont Morgan and other influential members of the syndicate have had only a partial effect in tran fjuilizing the Wall street community as the serious conditions now con fronting the country are more clearly outlined. Tho most Important of THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, !&*-<,. these conditions are the heavy obli gations of the United States ■to Eu rope to account of the balance of trade against us, which has been swelled by the heavy imports and to tally Inadequate movement of our ex ports to cancel the same. The sharp shrinkage in the prices of our agri cultural product, the comparative fail ure of our winter wheat crop, the shortness and slow movemnt of out cotton crop, as well as the present heavy stocks of that staple abroad and the persistent selling of our st> curltles by Europe, constitute a grave problem. On the other hand con servatives, leaving the probability of a government bond issue out of the question, believe that, under the aus pices of the syndicate, a block of our securities, variously estimated at from $5,000,000 to $10,000,000, -will .be floated abroad, which will make enough exchange, together with the as sistance of the syndicate and the banks, to tide the situation over until a supply of grain, cotton and other lulls has appeared, large enough to stem the tide of gold exports to Eu , rope. The other new developments have temporarily been Ignored as of relative unimportance to the foregoing considerations. : The trading ln bonds in today's brief session was animated, with consid erable weakness the feature In the speculative sales. ! The sales were $1, --359,000. The more material remissions were Iron Mountain ss, .2 per "cent; Ohio Southern Ists, Union- Pacific col lateral trust 6s and Colorado Midland 4s trust receipts, 1%. and Reading first incomes, l\i per cent. " IXCREASE OF LOANS. Less Idle Cash in llnjilv. Than for a. Lung- Time. NEW YORK. Sept. 14. — The New York Financier Bays this week: '-'If the statement of the associate banks of this city for the week ending Sept. 14 affords any criterion, the day of 1 per cent money in New York has passed away. The banks now hold less idle cash than they have reported since ! April 27 last, when the reserve was af fected by the bond syndicate opera tions, and while the heavy cash reduc tions of the past week— amounting to $9,436,000— due in part to gold ex ports, the fact should not be over-, looked that the loan Items show a re markable tendency to advance without symptoms of relapse, the increase for the week ending Sept. 14 being $4,333, --100. The aggregate loans, are now $522, --698,900, or nearly ten millions In excess of the figure that stood for years as a high water mark. The decrease of $5,099,100 in deposits shows. that money is being employed to advantage by In terior banks ln their own localities. The decrease of $7,524,700 In legal ten. ders was brought about by shipments previously referred to, and also by the heavy export movement, which necessitates the use of legal tenders. A new bond issue In the face of such heavy decrease in cash would put mon ey rates far higher than they have been since the panic." The following table shows the fluc tuations of the leading railway . and industrial stocks yesterday: - .-.-■ Open-High- Low-Clos ing, est. est. Ing. Minnesota Iron .. '. 69V>' Am. Tobacco 95 96 94Va 95Vi Atchison 19% 19% 19 '13 Am. Cotton Oil.. 22>/» 22% 22% 22*1 C, B. & Q 85% 85% 83%, 83% C, C, C. & St. L. 44 44% 43 43._: Ches. & 0hi0.... 20 20 19% 19% Chicago Gas .... 62% 62% 61% 61 Cordage 7% 7% 7% 7% Del. & Hudson.. l3l% 131% 130. <- 130% Del., L. & W....161% 163% 161% 162 Dis. & C. F. Co.. 18% . 18% 18% 18% Erie 8% 9 8% .S% General Electric. 37 37% 33% " 37% Hocking Valley 23% Jersey Central ..109 110 109 . 109" Lead .... 34 34 32 . 33% Louis. & Nash... 62% 62% 61% 61% Lake Shore 148 Manhattan C0n.. 110% 111 110% 110% Missouri Pacific. 37 37 34% 35% Michigan Cent... 100% N. P. pfd 19 19% 19 19% N. Y. Central 102% 102% 101 101% Northwestern ...102% 102% 101% 101% North American 5% Omaha .......... 41% 42 41% 41% Pacific Mail ...... 31% 31% 30% ' 30% Pullman 173 . Reading 19% 19% 18% 18% Rock Island ..... 77% 77% 76% . 76%. Southern R'y .... 12% 12% 12% . 12% do pfd 38% 38% 37% 37% Sugar Refinery ..105% 105% 103% • 103% do pfd ........ 99% St. Paul 74 74 72% 73 do pfd.... ....... _... .... - .... -129 _ Tennessee Coal.. 41% 41% 40--' 40% Texas Pacific .... 12 12 11% "12 Union Pacific .... 14% 14% 14% 14% Western Union .. 92% 93- 92% 92% Wabash 9% -do pfd 22% 22% 21% 22 M.& St-L.lst pfd 84% do 2d pfd 58 Following are thw closing prices or other stocks as reported by the Asso ciated Press: ... • . -..- ■ . . Adams Ex.. ..147 Leather pfd... 84% American Ex.114 N. W. pfd . . . 145 Bait. & Ohio. 64 N. Y. &N. E. 58 Canada Pac... 55% Oregon Imp... 8 Central Pac... 18 Oregon Nay... 22 : Ches. & Ohio. 19% 0.5.L.& U.N.. 10 Chicago & A..163 P., D. & E.... 6% C, B. & Q.... 83% R. G. W....... 17% Con. Gas .. ..142% do pfd ...... 41 CC..C.& S.L. 43% Rock Island.. 76% Col. C. & 1... 6% St. Paul .. .... 73 Cot. Oil Cert.. 22% do pfd ......129 Del. & Hud.. ..130% Term. C. & 1.. 40% D., L. &W....162 Texas Pacific. 11% D. &R. G.pfd. 52 T. &O. C.pfd. 78 Erie pfd.. .... 23 U. S. Express: 46 • Fort Wayne.,l63 Wells-F. Ex.. Gt. Nth'n pfd.l3s W. &L. E.... 15% C. & E. I. pfd.lo2 do pfd ...... 49 Hocking Val.. 23% Mpls. & St. L. 24 Illinois Cent. .lol D. & R. G..... 16% St. Paul & D.. 31 Col. F. & 1.... 36% Kan. &T. pfd. 35% do pfd .....:100 L. E. & W.... 23% H. & T. Cent. 2 do pfd ...... 77% T..A.A.& N.M. 1% Louis. & Nash 61% T..5..L.& K.C. 9 Louis. &N. A. 8% do pfd ...... 17 Mobile & 0.... 24 Southern .. .. 12% Nash. & Chat. 70 do pfd ...... 37% Nor. & W. pfd. 14 Tobacco ..... 95% U. P., D. &G. 5% do pfd ......107 . St. P..M. & M.115 - -,-■■■ Bonds. U. S. 4s, reg... 120% C. P. Ists, '95.102 do coup 120% D. & R. G. 75.H6% do ss, reg 115% do 4s ..93 do coup 115% Erie seconds.. 76% do 4s, reg ..111% G.H.& 5.A.65..107 do coup 112% do 7s 103 *do 2s, reg.. 96% H. & T. C. 55.11 l ♦Pacific 6s, '95.100 do 6s 107 Ala., class A.. 109 M.K.& T.lst4s 89 do B 109 do second 4s. 65% ♦do C 109 Mut.Union 65.U4 do CurrencylOO N. J. C. G. 5s 18% La. N. C. 45.. 98% N. P. Ists.... 117% Missouri 65.... 100 do 2d5.... 102% N. C. 6s 125 N. W. C0n5.. 141 do 4s 102% do S.F.deb.sslll% S.C.Non-Fund 1% R. G. W. Ists. 76% Term. new 6s. 90% St P Con. 75.127% do 5s 105 do C.&P.W.55115% ♦do old 65.... 60 S.L.& 1.M.G.0s 85 Va. Centuries. 63 S.L.& 5.F.G.65110% do dfd 6% T. P. Ists 92 Atchison 45... 80% do 2ds ...... 28 do second A 32 U. P. Ists, '96.107% Can. So. 2da...106% West Shore 45.107 L. & N. W. 4s 83 Southern 55... 96 0.. R.& N. lsts.lll -.---■ ■ * Bid. Xew York Dunk Statement. NEW YORK, Sept. 14.— The weekly bank statement shows the following changes: Reserve, decrease, $8,161,525; loans, decrease, $4,333,100; specie, . de crease, $1,911,600; legal tender, decrease, $7,524,700; deposits, decrease, $5,099,100; circulation, increase, $157,600. The banks now hold $25,703,250 in excess of the requirements of the 25 per cent rule. ' nlm. OMAHA, Neb.. Sept. 14.-Cattle—Re ceipts, 1,200; market active and steady; native beef steers, $email@example.com; Westerns, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Texan?, $2.25(53.65; cows and heifers, $2.50©4.40; canners, $email@example.com; calves, $2.75#6.26; bulls, $1.5003. Hogs- Receipts, 200; market steady; Heavy, $4.10@4^5; mixed, $3.90(54.15: pigs. $3@ 4; bulk, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Sheep none. Market steady. ;-v;-;y ; .v; MINNEAPOLIS MARKETS. Gold Export Talk Scared Longs Into Selling. Gold export talk, an unfavorable New York bank statement and pros pect for a large Increase in the visible Monday brought out a good deal of long wheat Saturday, and the crowd did not dare to take it. The result was that put price was soon reached, but with considerable short selling the buy ing against that privilege failed to steady the market, and the price sank from 56% cat the opening to 57% c be fore a steadier tone could be -estab lished. Cash wheat was not quite so strong today, most sales being made as low as %c over December price. Following are closing quotations: No. 1 hard, on track, 54% c; No. 1 northern, September, 53% c; December, 53%@54c; May, 57% c; on track, 54c; No. 2 north ern, on track, 52% c. . FLOUR— maTket is steady for patents. First patents, $email@example.com; first clears, $firstname.lastname@example.org: second clears, $2.30*8. •2.35; bakers', $email@example.com; red dog, $15. per ton. -•-.--. _y - . «.- BRAN AND SHORTS— market is dull. Bran, $8.50; 200-lb. sacks. $9.50; 100-lb. sacks, $10; shorts, common, bulk, $10.50; middlings, $12.75. HAY— There was a dull and steady market. Fancy lowa and Minnesota, $8® 8. 50; choice lowa and Minnesota, $firstname.lastname@example.org; northern Minnesota, $email@example.com; common, $5@6; rye straw, $3.50@4; oats and wheat straw, $3.50. Tl s .f J FEED— The market is dull. Feed and corn meal ln bulk" are quotable.'at $13.500>14 per ton, car lots. ■% RYE— The market is easy. No. ,2 quoted at 33c. . * ■- ' ' , ' 1 OATS— The market- is firm. No. 3, white. 18, ic; No. 3 is quoted at 18c.' '' '- J BARLEY— The market is quiet ' With quotations for No. 3 on a range 27@33c, according to quality. ■'■• ;--. c * CORN— Is a small demand.'No. 3 corn, 32V_:C. - • .*>.*>t^ FLAX— The general quotation '!&' «c less than the closing Chicago bribe. The market was firmer today. • "-sit. . EGGS— Fresh, cases included. - 12c: Cases returned, %c less. Sales subject to candling: * ••*- -ri«£n ■ POULTRY— Hens, 7c; roosters, - ; spring, per lb, B>_»c. Turkeys, hen« and toms, BUc. Ducks, old and youn__/,^ ; geese, 6c. - .. •> i->i-n DRESSED MEATS— VeaI, fancy, «®. 6^c; veal, fair to good, s©s^c;^eW, poor, 20»3c; mutton, country drissdfl, . 4@sc; spring lamb, pelts off, s@6C_< .•»*£ j ■"■ LIVE STOCK; ''"';,""' Market Steady— Much Cuttle Offered nt Union Stock Yards. Receipts— Hogs. 500 . head;'' cattle,' : 100 head; calves, 30 head; sheep, 100 head. HOGS— Market steady. The. quality was not very good, except a bunch of choice light, that sold at. $4. The bulk went to the Minnesota, house, outside buyers taking a few bunches. : - :-.*: ' '" Representative Sales— ,-, .: " No. Ay. Price. No. Ay. Price 22? .....245 $3 80 51 201 $4 00 77 217 3 08 4 .400,3 85 61 232 3 90 60 213 3 85 62 . ;....-.. 272 390 20 ........;. 192 ,3 85 5 378 385 ' CATTLE— Market steady; not' much ottered, and the yards were well clear ed of. everything. There is a good de mand tor all grades, especially good light stoekers and good heavy feeders. Representative Sales- No. * Ay. Price. No. Ay. Price. 5 ca1ve5... 384 $2 75 1 cow.. ....980 $1 70 1 canner...42o 150 29 c0w5... .865' 2 50 2 stoekers.. 62s 2 25 10 canners.9o2 1 65 1 c0w......570 210 2 canners.9so 175 1 cow. 1,000 210 1 cow 940 210 1 steer 830 2 50 SHEEP— Choice sheep and lambs steady; others very dull. Representative Sales- No. Ay. Price, t No. Ay. Price. 70 lambs 59 $2 50 12 muttons..99 $2 50 65 lambs 65 2 80| Minnesota Transfer, CATTLE — The week's business has been very satisfactory, prices continu ing steady until the latter part of the week, when the market firmed up con siderably on all butcher classes. Stock grades remain steady with a week ago. Demand Is strong all along the line. Quality has been common as a general thing, but sold readily. Saturday's supply was rather light, though a few good range cows were offered. Dealers look for an advance in values the com ing week. Quotations: Good North Dakota and Mon- . tana range steers .$3 40@3 75 Common lightweight butcher steers or feeders 2 65@3 25 Good Dakota or Montana cows and heifers 2 60®3 10 Common butcher cows .2 00@2'50 Bulls ...... .2 00@2 50 Milkers and springers, accord- - ing to quality ......1 65<g>2.25 HOGS — Receipts were very light throughout the week and little accom plished. Demand nominal. SHEEP— Good fat sheep would sell on sight, but few were marketed. .., : New Brighton. CATTLE— Quiet. Receipts, 2,120. . - Representative Sales — - - y - No. ; Ay. Price. I No. Ay. Price. 21 c0w5... 1.050 $2 25|23 steers.. $3 25 HOGS— Five cents lower. -• "... Representative Sales- -. _ c No. Ay. Price. I No. .' Ay. Price. 74 hogs. . . .225 $4 00| 59 hogs.. . .240 $3 95 ..SHEEP— Firm and demand good. Representative Sales— .. ■■'. '■ No. Ay.. Price. I No. Ay. Price. 177 lambs. . .69 $3 00 ! 295 sheep. . . .85 $2,60 .. '?. Chicago. -. ." r ■'' - CHICAGO, Sept. 14.— Cattle— There were not enough cattle to make a market today, only about 500 head be ing received. Thus far this month the demand for -:; well .'finished born cattle has continued active, and the outlook is good for the near future, the cur rent receipts being much smaller than in recent years. Hogs— Only about 9,000 fresh and stale hogs were offered on the market today. Heavy hogs sold at $firstname.lastname@example.org; mixed lots at $email@example.com, and lightweights at $firstname.lastname@example.org. ."»-•-. ■ .^^___— • _ ■ _ Those Spekine Wealth - ~P. In a comfortable home should go 7on Home Seekers' Excursions of the Soo Line on September 10th and 24th, which enable everyone to look about and se lect locations. The towns and country covered by the Soo Line are so superior that care ful enquiry insures good results, and at low rates are within the reach of every one. Write W. R. Callaway, General Passenger Agent, Minneapolis, for pamphlets and full particulars; also lowest rates. City ticket, office 398 Robert street, St. Paul. Hotel Ryan. • ; Something; Thnt Pays. ; New York World. . y .-' Hackett— l owe my landlady for three months' board, and she says I have got to pay up. . . Sackett (Indifferently)— owe my landlady a year's board bill. y. Hackett— How ci earth do you get along without paying her? Sackett— paying attention. .to her daughter. ....... --' mm To the Battlefield Dedications. Tia «The MiiwankecV ' On Sept. 16th the C, M. & St P. R'y will sell round-trip tickets from St Paul and Minneapolis to Chattanooga, Term.. and return, at $23.85, return limit Oct 6th, account Dedication Chickamauga and Chattanooga ; Na-" tional Park. For particulars call at "The Milwaukee" ticket offices in St. Paul or Minneapolis, or address. J. T. : Conley, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent, St. Paul. ■■ '"" DR. FELLER, 180 E. Seventh St. St. Paul Minn ' • ' -_H'-_ lU" Speedily cures all private, nervotis? chronic and blood and skin diseases of both sexes, without the use of mercury or hindrance from business." NO CURE, . NO PAY. Private diseases; and all old, lingering cases where, the blood has become poisoned, causing- ul cers, blotches, sore throat and mouth, pains in the head and bones, an* all diseases of the kidneys and bladder.-are cured for life. Men of all ages who are suffering from the result of youthful indiscretion or excesses of - mature ears, producing nervousness, indiges tion, constipation, loss of memory, .etc., are thoroughly and permanently cared. Dr.. Feller, who has had many years' of experience in this specialty, is a graduate from one of the leading med ical colleges of the country. . He has never failed in curing any cases thaft he has undertaken. Cases and corre spondence sacredly confidential. OalJ or write for list of questions. M^di* cine sent by mail and express every., where free from risk and exposure.. '-. STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY, of Ramsey— ss. In District Court, Second Judicial District. '■ '■■ Emma Woodmansee, plaintiff, vs. James Woodmansee, defendant. The State of Minnesota, .to the Above- Named Defendant: •■■• - . • You are hereby, summoned and re. quired to answer the complaint of the Plaintiff In the above-entitled action, which is filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the Second Judicial District in and for the County of Ramsey and Sate of Minnesota; and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on the subscriber, at his office. ln the City of St. Paul, in said County, within thirty (80) ( days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such ser vice; and if you fall to answer the said complaint within the- time afore said, * the Plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court for the relief de manded in said complaint, together with the costs and disbursements. of this action. > . ... ?-_...-.--.,-: -i- - PIERCE BUTLER. -- Plaintiff's Attorney, . Room 47, Court - House, St. Paul, Minn. ADVERTISED. —^^— — — ' _; • List of Unclaimed Letters Re* maining in the Postofflce, £t. Paul, Sept. 10, 1805. Free delivery of letters by carriers at the residence of owners may be se cured by observing the following rules: First— Direct plainly to the street and number of the house. Second— Head letters with the writ er s full address, . including street and number, and request, answers to.be directed accordingly. ... Third— Letters to strangers or tran sient visitors In the city whose special address may be unknown should be marked In the left-hand corner "Tran sient." This will prevent • their being delivered to ..persons of the same or similar names. .___. • .-..■. ; ... Fourth— Place the postage stamp on the upper right-hand corner, and leave space between the stamp and direc tions for postmarking without defac ing the writing. -.■■-.' Persons calling for letters In this list will please say . they . are advertised, otherwise they will not receive them. H. A. CASTLE. Postmaster. rntran^ Amundson Tina .Miss' Edna Anderson Sam .. . 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IHouwert Mr or -• Harrison Fruit Co Abe ---.-- Hays James I Hubbard Miss An- . Hanson J E ! na G - * Hazlott Miss Tiny. Hughes Mrs, - Hehmann Caro- I . Bice St line | Hunter Miss Polly j Jackson . Queen • ' Johnston Miss ; "Jahtfnsoh E'- '* : • "•• ' --Lena T ' : V: ' - Johnson William Jutman Miss Ma- Joy Vernon ria G _ Kamer Stephen Keppen Miss An- Kane Miss Julia - na Kartheiser Joh Knight Richard H Kellar Miss Helen Knoll Mrs Jennie ; Kenge Robert iKratz Mrs Anna IClndsrren , Osca« .-.- ■ •_.;•■-••; _ .*. -"-. ■- ■' Lake Arthur . Litsehke Fredrick Lewis L D .Wilhelm Lewis Mrs LaUra Lubert Miss Lucy F Lund Miss Karl Lillle Mrs E E . Lv Tree Madam -. Long E A Lynch Dr R F : McClure Delia Marris Mrs Laura M e.Cloud Lizzie Martin John . v : McCoy Miss Nell May Mrs J T -.-.- McDevitt Miss Liz- Mayhall Ira D, . - . zie Mayo C H McGulre Conney Merreman George McGrath J Meyer H McHugh * Miss Miller Henry - • • Helen Millspaugh Walter MeMllllan & Co Mix- & Adler -•• .- McManus M J . Mock Alice and Madison W M : May Malone Michael . Morgan I R . Maloney Miss Moryer Yank Katie Moxson Mrs Mm Mansthe . Mrs ■ . nle<-.. .-:-. -. • : . Laura . .... /-.:■:■--. ;..: . -.;_; • Nacey H J I Newton Mrs .Wm i Nelson A F Nichols Harry P Nelson Peter NUes Carroll. "..". Nettershelm Miss Nlcosky : .'Miss , Lena Mary H Neveur Joseph J Norman C H O'Donnell John j Olsen Miss X : O'Niel Wm .Oram Miss Laura Olsen Miss Winnie Overtake** Mr, care C . I Mr Ryan- ■:--- • - Page Edward. F Pearson' Mrs Ed Patterson Charles Porter JW • . Pearson Miss Em- Porter Alex S. ma - - '■ — Potter. EG. . Queol J H ■■■:.: -.-.■..- .>-■-. r-.-.Z Ragan W A - Robinson"'' : Miss V. Ragan ' Miss Ger- Nellie M trude - Rodman R S Reynolds Miss Roehm F Mamie Roland Mrs Rice Mrs, Carroll Frankie st I Rommel Charles -~ Rlckett D M Ross Mrs A W ' Ritter Miss Lav Rubersun & Long Roach Frank Rusell C A St Paul Collection Smith C J Bureau ••• Smith H . . -. St Paul Tea & Spaulding Miss - Coffee Co Kate :■-_,"• * Sander C E Speck & Co, Photo Schmidt G W Supplies Scouser Miss Steinberg Joe : '- Teanno Stienen R . -. . Sherman & Gates Stephenson Mrs Simon J P .. Charles .L \ . Simons J D, P M Stephens Henry Singer A . Strong -Miss.- Slater Miss May Georgle- -. -■: ---. Sletton A A Strub Michael • y Smith E F - Summers - George Smith Mrs Francis T Smith Mrs Flor- Swan Roy ence -■■■ €Swift Mrs A 2 -1 Taylor Eva TldlDall- Mrs, St Tenyson Miss An- Peter st -• - nic Tomlin J ' Thompson Miss Trlberg E F Bell ' Trlx Mrs John Thompson Mrs M Tucker Z C H Tucker T H ' Van Allen Earnest Vborhies W B Waldo Miss Ger- Whitney Miss, trude East Seventh st Walker Miss Jes- Wledmers" Jacob sic A Wilson & Co Warner C H Wren Miss L _ White O D '■' ' _•■■•• ■ '" Wright E J j Young Girls' Home Young B M 1 ': UNPAID LETTER LIST. Blakie James (McDonald Mrs R Blixt Miss Selma! Nelson Peter Glemson Mrs J S| Peterson Ida FOR SALE. FOR SALE— lnsolvent's stock of wines, liquors and cigars and saloon fix tures. Up to the Ist of October, 1895, sealed bids will be received, for the stock and saloon fixtures . . of . • the Walla Valley Wine Company, In solvent, now at - 246 Hennepin ay., Minneapolis, Minn. Inventory and full Information can be had of the undersigned. Bids will be received ' for the goods In the following lots:: . (Ist) - Whiskies, wines, etc., in cask; (2d) goods in bottles; - (3d) cigars; (4th) furniture and fixtures; (sth) odds and ends, ' consisting of empty barrels, bottles and boxes, as shown by inventory. Bids-will also be re ceived for any part thereof, or, -they may cover, all this property. The right to reject any and all bids is re served, ana any sale will -be subject to the approval of the court, first to be obtained. Call on or address. A. W. Ekog, 802 Guaranty Loan Build - ing, Minneapolis, Minn. 1 - ■ '■ ■■?•■ i nan ws AU want ads. one cent a word each insertion. Nothing leas than 15 cents.. Advertisements from the country sent any day by mall, accompanied by re mittance at above rate, will be invari ably inserted the following morning. ' SITUATIONS OFFERED. ; Male. AGENTS wanted ' to take orders for our celebrated $4 custom pants; lib eral commissions. Chicago Custom Pants Co.; 205 Firth ay., Chicago. -_ AGENTS— good agents wanted.' 81 West Third at. . '_■ AGENT wanted in -.each county in lowa, Minnesota and Dakotas for the only authorized biography of James G. Blame, by Gall Hamilton; with the co-operation of -his family. O. F. Gibbs & Co.,- 125 La Salle St.. Chicago, 111. ■-•■-. ■ -.- . AGENTS WANTED— To * take orders for our. celebrated $4 custom pants; liberal commissions.. Chicago Cus tom Pants Co., 205 Fifth ay., Chi cago, BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION.' strongest Minnesota life company, wants capable Insurance - men to ' establish and manage agencies throughout the state; salary and ex penses paid. Address Douglas Put nam, Secretary, St. Paul. Minn. BOY WANTED to work on farm, one that can . handle team. Call 414 Broadway, St. Paul. " - CANVASSERS — Wanted, good can vassers; experience not necessary, but must be energetic and of good address. Address, In handwriting, giving previous employment, B 23, Globe. . . CANVASSERS — Wanted, ten men to canvass the city for the Singer sewing machine; salary and commission paid to good hustlers Apply 40 East Third St., corner Cedar. CLERK— Wanted, at once, a German speaking clerk experienced in the clothing business; must be willing to go to' southern part of state; refer ences required. Address X 21, Daily Globe. .-■ COOK— Wanted, a man cook to do plain cooking. Call 464 Jackson st. DETECTIVES — We want a reliable man in every locality to act as pri vate detective ' under instructions. : Experience not necessary. Send for particulars. American Detective Agency, Indianapolis, Ind. . FIVE TAILORS wanted. A. Hirbour & Co., Sioux City, 10. MEN WANTED to take advantage of new opportunity to become compe tent barber in eight weeks; students can earn board; situations guaran teed. Twin City Barber College, 110 Hennepin ay., Minneapolis. Cata logue free. ■- - TREASURER-Wanted. boy IS years old to act as assistant treasurer at Grand opera house; must give bonds. Apply this morning at box office. WANTED— people to learn tel .-■ egraphy, shorthand, - bookkeeping, etc.; students can earn board. Globe Business College. Endicott building. WANTED— At once, fifty men men, to work on water works at St. Charles, Minn. \ . . WANTED— salesmen * for . lubricating oils, greases and special ties. Address Stoddard Oil & Com pound Co., Cleveland, Ohio. WANTED— For U. S. Army, able bodied, unmarried men, between ages yof 21 and 30. citizens of the U. S.. of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write Eng . lish. For full information apply in person or by lotter. to Recruiting Offi cer, 34 E.*7th St.. St. Paul, Minn. $80 TO $150 SALARY paid salesmen for cigars; experience not necessary; ex tra inducements to customers. Bishop & Kline. St.* Louis. Mo. Female, . .-■..-; , CANVASSERS— WANTED, BRIGHT, INTELLINGENT" GIRLS OR WOMEN TO CANVASS IN ST. PAUL; SALARY $2 A DAY. AD DRESS X 23, GLOBE. - HOUSEWORK— A giri , f or general - housework; good wages. 1704 Dayton ay., Merriam Park. HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for gen eral housework; family of three. Call at 401 East Eighth st. HOUSEWORK— a girl for general housework immediately at 437 Grove st. SIX GOOD GIRLS for general house work at Mrs. Arthur's Employment Office, 14 West Tenth st. SECOND GlßL— Wanted, a competent second girl. 760 Summit ay. 10 LADIES wanted stage entrance Grand opera house Sundny at 2 p. m. AUCTION SALES. . By P. T. Kaviinugli. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF A Fine Residence Lot on Dayton.'s Bluff— will sell at auction on the ■ premises on Saturday,- Sept. 21, at 2 - o'clock In the afternoon, lot' lß, block 37, Lyman Dayton's Addition to. St. :", Paul; size of lot, 40x123, situate on East Third St., betwen Bates ay. and . Maple st., only one block from elec tric street railway,' and in a most - desirable location for a home site. Terms of sale will be cash. P. O'Hal loran, Administrator; P. T. Kavan agh. Auctioneer. .-■ By Kav<ina__.l_ «fc Johnson. AUCTION SALE MONDAY— We have In order to arrange stock postponed the Cardozo sale, on Jackson st., near . Ninth, until Monday morning, Sept. ? 16, at 10 a. m., when we will close out the balance of the stock in the same reckless manner that we have been do ing for the past two days, so if you want bargains do not fail to attend, as the stock is still in good shape, and many nice pieces can be had at . the right price. Kavanagh & John son. Auctioneers. . • ' . •". BOARD OFFERED. BOARD AND ROOM— east , room, suitable for two, with board 'and- use of bath. 545 Laurel ay. • y BOARD— Furnished front rooms, first and second floors, with board. 385 North Washington st. BOAI.D — "The Miner" — Pleasant steam-heated rooms, with board. 162' College ay., corner Sixth. BOARD— Osborne, 579 Selby Ay.— Newly furnished, steam heat, baths, gas; first-class table board; nice, airy rooms, with large closets. INSTRUCTION. " "~~ DWIGHT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. . Miss Farrar, Miss Creighton, Princi pals. Englewood, N. J. (14 miles from New York). . ■ ■-. GUITAR, MANDOLIN AND SPAN ish language taught by Prof. Moreno. Studio, 322 Washburn Building. ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, St. Paul, Minn., Boarding and Day School for Young Conducted by the Sis ters of St. Joseph. Complete aca . demic course. Conservatory of Music and art studio. Its forty-third school year begins Sept. 2, 1895. For cata logue address The Directress. ST. AGATHA'S ACADEMY OF MU sic and Art, 23 East Exchange St, St Paul— Piano, violin, guitar, banjo and mandolin taught Lessons given In drawing and painting. Call or send for prospectus. Manning • College OF MUSIC, ORATORY AND LANGUAGE, Masonic Temple, - - Minneapolis, Minn. Best Instructors in the Northwest. Fall term of Fifth year opens Monday. Sept. lb. 1895. , Catalogue Free on Application. LOUISB JEWEL!. MANNING, Pres. WALTEft I'KTEKT. Musical Director. DANCING. DANCING SCHOOL — PROF. J. REMER OPENS NEW CLASS OCT. 1; REDUCED TERMS: PRIVATE INSTRUCTIONS A SPECIALTY. FOR TERMS APPLY 185 RONDO ST. 1 i mn us All want. ads. -one cent a word each Insertion. Nothing less than . 15 cents Advertisements from the country sent any.» day., mall, . accompanied . by re mittance at above rate, will be invari ably inserted the following morning. SITUATIONS WANTED. ti-y -..*. J. ■•-•-■•.. MALE. .-..' " ■ " ■ -. . .COOK — First-class German pastry cook wants position. M. Gowin, 358 *• Waverly place, St. Paul. COLLECTING— Wanted, a position by a man with horse either collecting or flight delivering. ,C 5, Globe. : Experienced cutter from ..Mitchell cutting school. New York, wants position soon; best recom-i ' mendations. Address W. W., 529 Sixth st. south, Minneapolis. '■ "_- DRIVER wants Work driving a de- S . livery wagon or, any kind of work; a first-class delivery man; very useful * around horses; "can furnish refer ences, and well acquainted with the city,. and in need of work. Address Driver, 456 East Sixth st . DRUGGIST — Registered druggist wants position ; long experience; good references. A 42, Globe. ■- EMPLOYMENT— Wanted, Inside work .-.of any kind by sober, Industrious young man ; good references. Address S., 444 Fort st. .... . -f EMPLOYMENT— Wanted, position in store, any kind, as apprentice; can . speak English and German. Address A. H., corner Oakdale and Annapolis sts. . -. .; HOSTLER— Young man of good hab its wants a place to take care of horses and work about house, hi pri vate family: will work cheap. Ad dress V 40, Globe. : IF YOU WANT THE SERVICES Of a faithful, honest gentleman, with best local references. In your office, store or on the road, address P. M., 158 . Pleasant ay. ORGANIST of experience, just from the East, desires church position: familiar with Episcopal service; best of references. Address G 2, Globe. SITUATION— man desires to have work of any kind. Address 334 East Sixth st STENOGRAPHER— Young man would like change in position as .stenog rapher and bookkeeper. Address H. A. E., 274 Iglehart st ; TEAMSTER— A young married man, is a first-class teamster, that has six years' experience with horses, wishes a position at any kind of work. Ad dress J. M. L., 242 East Fairfield ay., city. , Female. - BOOKKEEPER — Young lady who speaks German and English fluently and has had several years' -experi ence, desires position as bookkeeper or cashier; best of references. Ad dress V 25, Globe. BOOKKEEPER— as assistant bookkeeper, stenographer or general office work wanted by lady of ex perience; moderate salary. Address N 44, Globe. . . - CASHIER— A young lady with best of references and several years' ex perience would like situation as cashier or bookkeeper. Address A 33, Globe. COOK Experienced hotel meat cook . wants situation, city or country. Ad dress H. E. 8.. No. 175 East Four teenth st. 5^ Paul. : COOK— Wanted, a position as cook in a private family, wages $16 to $18; best city references. Address 627 War ren st, St Paul. ..-.--■■■. DRESSMAKING and family sewing. Call or address 353 Carroll st " DRESSMAKER— Competent dressmak- e r would like sewing to do at home - or would sew- in families; charges reasonable. -782 -Edmund st. DRESSMAKER— Experienced . dress maker wants sewing at home or in families. . Address 351 Arundel. EMPLOYMENT— position by young lady to address circulars, en - velopes, etc. - Address C 35, Globe*. EMPLOYMENT by lady who has had long experience in commercial and law business as short hand writer and typewriter operator. Address U 9, Globe. HOUSEWORK— Good girl would like place in small family where good wages are paid. Address E. N., Globe. - HOUSEWORK— girl fourteen years old would like a place to help with general housework. Call after 5 o'clock at 155 East Twelfth st. OFFICE WORK— Wanted, a position by a young lady to do office work; am a rapid writer, and have some knowledge of typewriting; will work reasonable. Address F 46, Globe. POSITION by young lady; office work of any kind ; reference; will work for small wages. Call or address 257 West Fifth st • • - SECOND WORK— A girl would like a place to do second work, who is a good seamstress. Address 97 Smith ay. . STENOGRAPHER— A competent and experienced young lady stenographer desires position; references. Address X 9, Globe. STENOGRAPHER— Competent sten ographer and typewriter wants posi tion at once.; can assist in bookkeep- Ing and office work. 580 St. Peter. STENOGRAHER— A thoroughly com petent stenographer desires a posi tion; will do substituting or any tem porary work; have had experience in law work, ! and can furnish best of references; can furnish machine and will do piece work very cheap. Ad dress Stenographer, 802 Edmund st. WANTED— and ironing to take home; first class work at 40c per doz. Call or address 767 Jackson. WASHING— To take ln and go out washing at 181 Smith ay. WASHING— Woman goes out washing, - ironing and housecleaning. Inquire at drug store, 429 St Peter st. WASHING— class woman for family washing wanted at 238 Arun del st. ■ ; ■ - HORSES AND CARRIAGES" HORSES AT AUCTION — 150: horses and mares at auction every Wednes day at 10 a. m. ; sales of horses, bug gies, harnesses, wagons, etc.; private sale daily; consignments solicited; we have from 200 to 200 head constantly on hand. Barrett & Zimmerman's - - ' Horse ' Auction - and Commission Sta . bles, No. 20 Second st. north, Minne apolis. Ref- .-rences. City Bank. Col umbia National Bank, Farm. Stock and Home. '.";'" . STALLlON— Trotting stallion for sale very cheap; cost $800 two years ago; ' is six years' old, fast, gentle and a beauty. J. H. Allen & Co., St Paul, Minn. : : MEDICAL. LADIES: Chichester's English Penny - royal Pills (Diamond Brand), are the ' best Safe, reliable; tako no other. Send 4c, stamps, for particulars, > "Relief for Ladies," In letter by re turn mall. At Druggists. Chichester Chemical Co.. Philadelphia. Pa. $500.00 REWARD— Dr. Taylor's Tansy Pennyroyal English Femalo Regu lating-Pills, the -ladles' friend and priceless boon. They are the original and only genuine; are safe and al ways reliable; never fall; mailed any : where for $1; sold at all drug stores. For .sale In St. Paul by L. Mussetter, Fourth and Wabasha. DYE WORKS. KAHLERT & MINTEL — Minnesota Steam Dye Works, 2*4 East Seventh. WANTED TO RENT. ROOM — Wanted, - nicely furnished I steam-heated . room in quiet - apart ments; single man; must be ten or fifteen minutes' walk from Globe of- ' flee. - Address B 83, Globe. ROOMS— Wanted, to rent about four rooms for light housekeeping by man and wife; state price. A S9. Globe. -.?..-'.-.?• ,y:.t x V 1 IRE'S IMS All want ads. one cent a word each Insertion. .' Nothing less than 15 cent*. Advertisements from the country sen* any day by mail, accompanied by re mittance at above rate, will be Invari ably inserted the following morning. • FOR RENT. a HOUSES. J. XV. Shepa-rd, * 94 East Fourth St Partial List. . $B.oo— FOUR ROOMS— Genessee st ' $12.00—7 rooms, 110 Arch st $12.50— rooms, 535. Woodward. ».'<:■ $18,00— Good 8-room house, Carroll, near Western. $22.00—8 rooms, convenient to cars, handsomely decorated, hardwood : fin ish, 675 St Anthony. . — Ten-room modern house on Park place, with excellent steam heating plant. - ._"... . , $25.00— Eight rooms, bath, furnace; walking distance from business center, 360 North Exchange. . • .__ . .. 10- room modern house, hot wa ter heating plant, 65 East Twelfth st 8-Room house on Ashland ay., good house and good location. $35.00 will take $100.00 house, hard wood floors, hot water heating plant, large brick barn, etc; location first class, but not fashionable. $35.00— 10 Rooms, modem; will fix to suit tenant, 728 Grand ay. A first-class modern house at Mer riam Park for $25.00. J. XV. Sh.- par.l, 04 East Mix Mt RENTS bouses, •.tores, offices, steam-heated apartments, col lects rents, acts as owners agent . ' m •«;____.__. ' HOUSE— rent, a modern ten-room, house, in a good location .in lower town. Inquire 331 Grove st. HOUSE— rent, nicely furnished or unfurnished eight-room house on West side cheap. Address L 12. Globe. _ ~* HOUSES— handsome ten-room houses, natural wood finish, entirely modern; will decorate to suit ten ant; price, including steam heat $65 and $50. 233 and 235 Selby. J. W. Shepard. 94 East Fourth st HOUSE— South Exchange—Twelve room brick house; excellent condi tlon; steam plant 407 New York Life. HOUSE— For rent, five-room house; good cellar, city water. Apply 696 East Sixth. TAYLOR'S RENTING AGENCY GLOBE BUILDING —WE RENT HOUSES, STORES, OFFICES. TAKE CHARGE OF RENTED PROPERTY AND MAKE COLLEC TIONS . FLATS. . APARTMENT— One . more apartment in the Premier, College and St. Peter; parlors and bedrooms in white en amel; dining room natural finish; gas ranges, gas fixtures, steam heat hot and cold water; janitor service, etc J. W. Shepard, 94 East Fourth st. FLATS— Steam-heated flats, all mod ern improvements, $20.00, $22.00, $25.00 and $30.00. Beifeld Building, South Robert st and Fairfield ay. J. W. Shepard, 94 East Fourth st Steam-heated flats, all mod ern improvements, entirely renovat ed, $30.00 and $35.00, In the Alden, Col lege ay. J. W. Shepard, 94 East Fourth st FLAT— rent, flat of four rooms, with modern conveniences; centrally located. 206 Thirteenth st FLATS— Nice flats ' for rent at the corner of Rice and Wabasha sts. In quire at 474 Rice st LYTLE'S FLATS ON GROVE ST.— First floor, consisting of two large double parlors, with mantels, kitchen, closets, bath, separate shed and yard . room; water free; rent, $10 per month; another flat, four rooms, sß per month; halls carpeted, lighted and taken care of by janitor. Inquire of Janitor, : basement 213 Grove st, or E. Lytle, 411 Robert st. Room 1. THE RANSOM— 73 and 75 Summit Ay. — Flats of seven rooms, steam heat hot and cold water, finished In oak, with all modern conveniences. S. E. Day, agent, Globe Building. ROOMS. . DAYTON AY., Three rooms and alcove for light housekeping, cheap; city water and sewer. ROOMS— For rent, six rooms. Apply 221 East Seventh st ■ SEVENTH ST., 400 WEST— For rent, nicely furnished front rooms; very reasonable. ST. PETER ST.-, - 387— For rent, suites of comfortably furnished rooms; elec tric light steam heat. ■ : ~ STORES. ' BAKERY— At Merrlam~ Park, two^ story brick building, with living rooms on second floor; good store in front; splendid oven. There is no competition; the* location is first class, surrounded by 5.000 people. Will rent low to responsible party. J. W. Shepard, 94 East Fourth st. ' ■ -_-_3 PERSONAL . A RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT— " Madame worth; prices reduced 50 cents; thirty years' experience. 13 Eighth st. ■ ■ DR. HARVEY, trance medium and clairvoyant: correct information on all affairs of life. 423 -Wabasha st. LEFT HOME — Sept. 2, '95 — Fred Schmidt, aged fourteen years. Any information of his whereabouts will be suitably rewarded by addressing to P. O. Box 574. Faribault. Minn. MADAME MOSS, the world renowned clairvoyant and second-sight seer, ' acknowledged to be unapproachable in her statements of facts. She does not resort to trickery or -fraud. No matter what your troubles may be she can help you. Gives advice on ! love affairs, marriages, divorces, lost or stolen articles. Call and be con vinced. 513 Wabasha st, opposite • capitol entrance. ■ ■ =3 FINANCIAL , DO YOU WANT to borrow money.. diamonds, watches, etc. : any amount George R. Holmes, 141 East Seventh. MONEY TO LOAN by H. L. Williams." Gilfillan block, corner Jackson and Fourth sts. .... MONEY TO LOAN on good security at lowest rates, without charge for com mission, at our State Savings bank, Germania" Life Building, Fourth and Minnesota sts. - -.. - ....-.-.. ....>. THE NATIONAL INVESTMENT Company. Room 4.", National Ger man-American Bank building, can handle a few choice loans at 6 and 7 per cent on choice Improved prop, erty. We have the following amounts on hand: $1,000. $1,500, $1,800," ■ $2,000. $2,500. $3,500 and $5,000. Call and see us.' Robert L. Ware, president $50 TO $500 short-time loans procured" on personal property. Ohio Invest ment Company, seventh lloor Globa Building. WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK of dia monds that have been left with us during the hard times, in ear drops, solitaire rings, scarf pins, studs, etc., some set with rubles, sapphires and opals. Ladies' and gentlemen's gold watches. We are disposing of the above now for half what they can bo bought at retail. Money loaned on diamonds, watches, and aii goods of value. Lytle's. 411 Robert st. Room 1. opposite the Ryan. — .-_— _-_^=-=_-r___a BUSINESS CHANCES. , FOR SALE— elegant little cigar and fruit store; the best location and cheapest rent on the street. Call 381 Robert st. PROFESSIONAL MRS. DR. REARDON removed to 394 North Exchange st, corner Sixth. Baths, Turkish, electric, tub and vapor. 9 to 9. Including Sundays. ~ TO EXCHANGE. ' NEW GOODS for second-hand. Ryan Furniture and Exchange Co., 142 aud 141 East Seventh st. • " .-■■ y TO EXCHANGE— Good double-barrel Shotgun and Winchester repeating rifle for bicycle. 760 Rondo st.