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STILL GOING DOWfl
BIEAVY LIQUIDATION CAUSES AN
i OTHER SEVERE DECLINE IN
, OTHER SEVEME DECLINE IN
/V** HEAT.
- >5- '.> "y * ■ '.'.
STRONG AT THE OPENING,
STRONG AT THE OPENING,
IWD THE I'HKU ADVANCES EARLY,
I ONLY TO SLUMP HEAVILY
Lvn:ii.
LATE 11.
PORN AND. OATS A BIT LOWER
fn Sympathy With the Depression
1 in When'— Provisions Dull and
Lower,
' CHICAGO, March 12.— Heavy liquidation In
(Wheat today finally had its effect and May
closed %c lower than yesterday's final figures,
after selling %c above that price.- Corn and
cats each suffered a loss of about each,
nnd pork and lard and ribs made Irregular
recessions. Wheat was nervous and some
•what Irregular, covering over lc range. The
opening Indicated that some of the operators
feared damage to the plant might result from
the cold weather, and for an hour or mora
the prevalence of that Idea was seen In a
gradual, though not very material advance in
the price. Besides, there seemed to be a
disposition to revise previous opinions on the
•government report and give it a bullish rather
than a bearish construction. The market had
apparently been oversold yesterday, and the
change in the sentiment caused shorts some
alarm, and there was active covering for a
time, which soon put the market up about Vie
lover the close of yesterday. But at the ad
france the speculative offerings Increased, one
broker being reported as having sold 400,000
bu, supposed to be for a firm interested
largely in the packing business, and others
followed and sold too. Under the increased
offerings a weak feeling set in and the prices
Wore carried down to the lowest point. Then
came Beerbohm"s estimate of stocks in Russia,
Showing them to be about 6,500,000 bu larger
than a year ago, and the weakness was in
creased. The market steadied up a trifle on
reports of liberal quantities being taken for
export, but operators felt a little suspicious
of the reliability of them, and the effect was
trifling. May opened a shade lower, at 64%*0
f<i\ . advanced to CS^e^eS'/ic, off to 64»4c,
and back to 64'^c. The market during the
last hour was but poorly supported and gradu
ally weakened, the demoralizing condition of
the flour market having some effect, and May
closed weak at 64% c Corn was neglected,
and business done was extremely light. May
ppened unchanged at 30i,;c and held steady
uhder lbs influence of light receipts, but later
cased off a trifle with wheat. Oats easy and
fluctuations very narrow. An easier feeling
Was manifested in sympathy with wheat and
corn, and final figures show a slight reces
sion. May opened fractionally higher at 20"*gC,
gradually eased off" and closed at 20s*c sell
ers. Provisions at the opening showed the
usual result of a plethora of hogs, and a
-ivy feeling prevailed throughout the day.
General liquidation caused still further redue
|{,°"s' and May pork closed 15c lower, at
p. <0; May lard -y lower at $3.45; May ribs
Vja-c lower, at $5.20. -
Estimates: Wheat, 45 cars; corn, 280 cars:
oats, ISO cars.
The closing quotations ranged as follows:
A „ , Open- High- Low- Clos-
Articles. ing. est. est. Ing.
"wheat-
March ....... 63% 63% ' 62% 62%
*ia-y 64% C 514 C 4% 64%
•TTu»e 63\i 65% 64% 64%
'ly 65* 65* 64* 64*
|JrU,y 65--- 66 61* 64*
March 2Sy
March .. 25%
May 30* 30% 30"' 30*
-J111? •- 31% 31% 31* 31*
September ... 32* 32* 32% 32*
Data — '"
J**"* m;
March 19%
"*J" 20% 20* 20* 20* i
'lu]y ■• a* 21% 20% 20* j
p September ... 21% 21% 21% 21%
Pork- "* a" 21% 2l* 21^i
March 9«7* 9 67* 955 955
-March 9 67% 9 67% 955 955
■)'•■>' "3 *2% -9 82% 970 970
_ JMy 10 00 10 00 990 990
Lard —
"arch 530 530 5 27% 530
My 545 545 5 42* 545
'*?-7 o,V 5 57 '3 5 *"to 555 " 555
sdS'Ribs--U57,i 557^ BSS
filiOit Ribs—
yyh 510 5 12* 505 505
May „ 820 5 27% 530 520
„ July ......... 5 37* 5 37% 5 32% 5 32*
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour—
unchanged. Whea:TNo. 2 spring. 62*@68%c:
No. 3 spring, 62*®fi?c No. 2 red, 66*ffi66*c
£cm-No.; 2, 2S%c. Oats-No. 2, l<ry No.
2 white, f. o. b.. 20%@21%c" No. 3 white f
O. b.. 19*@20%c. Rye— No. 2, 38c. Barley-
No. 2 nominal; No. 3. f. o. b.. 25^34c; No 4
t.o. b., »@27c. Flax Seed— No. 1, 89*t Tim
othy Seed-Prime, $3. 3. 30. Mess Pork— Per
bbl. $9.0009.65. Lard-Per 100 lbs, $5.3005.32%.
Short Ribs-Sides (loose). $5.1 0f? 5.15. Shoul
dere-Dry gal ted (boxed), 4*®4*c. Short
clear sides (boxed). s*©s*& 'Whisky-Dis
tillers finished goods, per gal, $1.22. Sugars
in", -hanged. Receipts -Flour, 6,000 bbls: wheat,
4IMI b^;tcorn- 184,000 bu= oats, 256,000 bu
rye. <,000 bu; barley, 54,000 bu- Shipments—
Flour. 4,000 bbls; wheat. 114,000 bu; corn, 119
--2r,u&Ui oat^" 271-°°° bu; rye- 5-000 bu: barley,
30,000 bu. On the produce exchange today the
butter market was steady; creameries. 14©
21 c; dairies, 9018 c. Cheese quiet at 9©9% c.
Eggs steady; fresh, 10%©10% c.
Dnlr.tlt uud Superior Grain.
DULUTH Minn.. March 12.-Wheat was
weak and lower here today; May opened %c
lower at ¥&' advanced to 63% c. declined
again to 62% c, reacted %c. but eased off
again to 62% c. The mills bought 40.000 bu
to arrive at l%c under May, and the elevators
paid the same premium for 35,000 bu The
closa was %c lower than yesterday. Follow
ing were the closing prices: Wheat. No. 1
hard 61"S,c; March. 61 %c; May. K*o: No 1
northern, cash 60% c; March. 60% c; May,
621 V': 'l™*'*27^' "Tllly- e3%c; No. 2 northern
SS?iw»&rß?fc?! JuL?;;63%c: No- 2 northern
cash. 5/05Sc; May- 59% c; No. 3, 59% c; re
jected. 53% c; to arrive. No. 1 hard. 61% c; No.
1 northern, 60% c; rye, 35c; No. 2 oats 19c;
«-°k *°2iß' istoc flax. 86c. Car Inspection!
Wheat ,**; corn, 4; oats, 10; barley. 2; flax 3.
Receipts : Wheat, 91.701 bu; oats, 3.171. Ship
ments: Wheat, 2,482 bu; oats, 2,592 bu; bar
ley. Sou bu.
NEW YORK PRODUCE.
Heavy Liquidation Causes Wheat to
Decline.
Decline.
o■■ v! w'k,YORK' March 12--Flour-Receipts,
Zt,.ino bbls; exports, 10,000 bbls; market weak
with more disposition on the part of holders
to force sales, but buyers limit purchases to
actual needs; winter patents. $3.8504.10; Min
nesota patents, $3.5003.60; rye flour dull and
easy; buckwheat flour dull; buckwheat quiet :
cornmeal dull; rye quiet; barley steady; bar
ley malt steady. Wheat— Exports, 28,300 bu
spot weak; No. 1 hard, 76* cf. o. b.. afloatl
options opened weak under lower cables and
favorable crop news, rallied on covering
but turned weak and declined all day under
liquidation, weak late cable news and bear
ish crop advices, closing *@*c lower In the
face of a good export business at seaboard
points; March closed 73c; May, 71%071 15-16 c
closed, 71% c. Corn— Receipts, 81,400 bu; ex
ports, 100 bu; spot irregular; No. 2, nom
inal; options opened steady and advanced on
fair buying orders, but subsequently gave
way with wheat, closing weak and %c lower-
March closed 38c; May, 35%©38% c, closed
SI-.,.-. Oats— Receipts, 10S.000 bu; spot quiet;
No. 2, 25%©25% c; options quiet and easier.
with the other closing markets %c lower;
March closed 25% c; May, 25%025 5-16 c, closed
25% c. Hay— Steady; good to choice. 90®95c.
Hope— Quiet. Hides — Steady. Leather-
Steady. Wool— Quiet.
Beef quiet, Cut meats firm: pickled shoul
ders*, 4%c; pickled hams, 8%09c. Lard dull
and lower; Western steam closed at $5.55 bid;
refined steady. Pork dull and easy; mess. $10
010.50. Tallow quiet and steady. Petroleum
firm; United closed at $1.40. Rosin steady;
• strained, common to good, 51.70®1.75. Tur
pentine inlet Rice firm. Molasses quiet.
Pig iron weak; Southern, $11.25013.25; North
ern $11.50013.50. Copper easy; brokers'. 10% c;
exchange, lie nominal. Lead steady; brokers'
"$3: exchange, $3.10. Tin easy: straits $13.30*®
-13.35; plates weak. Spelter firmer: domestic,
54.1004.20. Cottonseed oil quiet. Coffee—Op
tions opened steady at 5015 points advance
ruled quiet, but generally firm, on favorable
foreign advices and European buying; advance
arrested by local selling; closed steady at
EOl5 points net advance; sales. 11,000 -bags
.spot coffee, Rio firm; No. 7, 13% c; mild firm-
Cordova, 16%@18c; sales, 3.000 bags Maracai
bo p. t.. 1,500 bag*? Bucaumuga p. t. Sugar
quiet; refined quiet.
Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL, March 12.— Wheat-Spot dull,
LIVERPOOL, March 12.— Wheat-Spot dull,
demand poor; No. 2 red winter. 5s 6V.d; No. .
2 red spring, storks exhausted; No. "l hard
Manitoba, 5s 6d; No. l California, 5s 7d; fu
tures opened steady, with near and distant po
sitions %d- lower, closed steady with June and
July *A lower and other months unchanged
from yesterday's closing : prices, business
about equally distributed: March, 5s s%'d;
April, •■ 5s &«* d; May, 5s 6d: June, Es 5%d;-
July, 5s s*d; -August, 5s 6d. Corn—
yy-y ■ 7-.y--:y 1
steady; American mixed, new. 2s 11 %d; fu
tures opened steady at unchanged prices,
closed steady with July %d higher and other
months unchanged from yesterday's closing
prices, business about equally distributed;
March, 2s ll*d; April, 3s %d; May. 3s Id;
June, 3s l*d; July, 3s l%d; August,; 3s Id.
Flour steady; demand poor; St. Louis fancy
winter, 7s 6d. ;. y,',- ..•'■-"..".■./W* •'.
Mllmiukef.
MILWAUKEE, March 12.— Flour dull and
.drooping. Wheat steadier; No. 2 spring,
steady, 62* c; No 2 northern, 64%0; May,
64yac. Corn in light supply; No. 3, 27* c.
Oats dull, but steady; No. 2 white, 20* c; No.
3 white, 20* c. Barley dull and nominal; No.
2, 31 %c; sample, 25*@32*c. Rye quiet and
unchanged; No. 1, 39% c. Provisions steady.
R. ffl. NEWPORT & SON,
INVESTMENT BANKERS,
Loan Money on Improved Property In St. Paul
and Minneapolis at
5 and 6 ",; "On or Before"
New Pioneer Press Bldg, Reeve Bulldlne.
New Pioneer Press Bldg, Reeve Building
ST, PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS.
Note — Our mortgages . are
not made payable in gold.
HBSTRfICTS OF TITLE
And List* ofTroperty Owned
Ard 1 l»i» ol I roporty Owned
by Any Individual Furnished.
THE ST. PAUL
TITLE INSURANCE & TRUST CO.
Rogers & Rogers
LI VI" STOCK COJLJIISSIOJf,
Union Stock Yards, South St. Paul, Minn.
C.L.HAAS COMMISSION CO.
Live Stock Commission,
I'nion Stock Yards, South St. Panl.
G. H. F. SMITH & GO.
"-*« SSS^
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions and
Cotton. Private wires to New York and Chi
cago. 202 Pioneer Press Bldg, St. Paul, Minn.
Bros,
Griggs Bros.
Wholesale Dealers in
SEEDS !
Write for prices, stating quantities wanted.
Agents THE KILMEK HAY BALE TIES.
Third and Cedar Sts., St. Paul Minn.
Dfl kinO \ COURT BONDS,
X I MUX i CONTRACT BONDS,
UUIIUU I FIDELITY BONDS.
National Surety Company
Of Kansas City, Mo.
E. S. TUTTLE, Agent, St. Paul,
20 Merchants' Nat. Bk. Bldg.
A. F. PRAY, Agettt, - Minneapolis.
408 N. Y. Life Insurance Buildln.-;.
KM. B. JOYCE, Northwestern Manager.
Michael Doran. James Doran.
M, DORAN & CO.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
311 Jackson St., St. PauUjljnn.
SPECULATE !
We will send you the best and safest plan to
We will send you the best and safest plan to
peculate lv grain on the Board of Trade. Our
business Is strictly commission.
J. W. BAKER & CO., J
323 Rialto Building, Chicago.
Jeffrey & All
Jeffrey &. All
115 Monroe Street, Chic
BANKERS * BROK
Investment
NEW. YORK STOCKS, BONDS
CRIPPLE CREEK ]
*833~ Write for our Dally Market Letter, SENT
gard to New YorK Stocks, Grain. Provisions aud CV
ST. PAUL MARKETS.
Fractional Gains in Grain Quota-
tions for the Day.
Demand for good grades fair. Poor
qualities slow.
WHEAT— 1 northern, 60@60%c; No. 2
l northern, 59'/4@5"D-?ic.
CORN— No. 3, 25@25t0c; No. 3 yellow, 25%
@26c. •
OATS— 3 white, 18%@18%c; No. 3. 18®
ISVic; sample, 17@17%c.
BARLEY AND RYE— No. 3 barley, 24@26c;
No. 4 sample, 18@23c; No. 2 rye, 34>/i@3sc;
No. 3 rye, 3c,@3Jc; malt, 40@45c. "•- •
GROUND FEED AND MILL STUFFS—
1 feed, [email protected]; No. 2, $10.75011; No. 3,
$11.50^12; cornmeal. bolted, $14.15.
HAY— Choice lowa and Minnesota upland,
[email protected]; No. 1 upland, $6.255*".50; No. 2 up-
land. ?5^5.75; No. 1 wild, $G®6.50; No. 2
wild, [email protected]; no grade. $3.7~'?4.75; choice
timothy. $9.50@10; No. 1 timothy. [email protected];
No. 2 timothy. $8*38.50; straw. [email protected]..».' ■
BUTTER— Fancy separator, 19@19%c: extra
creamery. 17! ire ISc: first creamery, •• 13<3>15c;
second creamery, 12@13c; fancy dairy, 15®
17c; first dairy, 12@14c; second dairy. 7to®
8c; fancy roll and print, selected, 10(511c;
fancy roll and crint, straight. 7@Sc; common
roll and print. fil£@7c; packing stock, Cl/^®
7c; grease. 3©3>£c. -"•"-. -.- .. .~..,> ■■•- a.„~
CHEESE— cream, 10%®llc; primost, 4
@6c; brick cheese, 9@l2c; limburger cheese,
90U144: Young America, 10@10^c; Swiss, 11
@12^c: skims, 3-g;4c. '.^
EGGS — Fresh, cases included, 9%®10c;
cases returned, 9@9V^c. >* .»,.... ..,»,. ....
DRESSED POULTRY-Turkeys, selected. 11
@12c; turkeys, mixed. Ifiiffillc; turkeys, toms,
9@loc; chickens, lC®llc; chickens, mixed,
9??)10c; hens, 7@Bc; ducks, 10®12c; geese, 9
@10c.
VEGETABLE&r-Onlons. yellow,, per. bu. 14
@16c; onions. green, per doz, 20c;
onions. ' Minnesota red, per bu. 14("*j*>16c; on-
ions, white, per bu. 16®20c: radishes, long.
per. doz, 35@40c; radishes, round, per doz,
25@30c: cauliflower, per doz, [email protected]; cab-
bage, California, per lb. ,l^@2c; beets, per
bu, 18@20c; parsnips, per bu, 30c; celery,
large, per doz, $1; lettuce, per doz.. 30@35c;
rutabagas, per bu," 18@20c; cucuhibers, per
doz. [email protected]; spinach. . bu, |[email protected]; pie
plant, per ib, 7@Bc; tomatoes, home-grown,
per lb, 15@20c; tomatoes, crate, 4-basket, $3
04.
PORK. BEEF. HAMS. HIDES, ETC.— Hides.
steer, green, per lb. s@s\".c; hides, cow. green,
per lb. 4^®sc; hides, calf, green, per lb. 7c;
hides, steer, salt, per lb, 6@7c; hides, cow.
salt, per lb, s@6c; pelts, 25@60c; wool, washed,
J3@l4e; wool, unwashed, 7@loc; tallow, 4@
4%c: pork, mess. $9.50®10; beef, mess. $8.50®
9- bacon. [email protected]; hams. $10011; hams, pic-
nic. $6@7; dried beef. 9V4®llc;. lard. $6.50®
7c; hops. 7®9c.
ORANGES — California Navels. [email protected];
seedlings. $2.2502.75; Messinas. $2.75@3; Mcx-
icans, $2.5002.75.
LEMONS— Extra fancy. [email protected]; fancy. $2.75
03.
BANANAS— Port f.'m^ns. J1.7"-32: Honduras
No. L $1.2501.75: Honduras No. 2. $101.25;
cocoanuts. per 100". $4.7505: pineapples, per
doz, $303.50.
nERRIRS AND GRAPES— MaIaga, per bbl.
$708; . strawberries. 60@60c; cranberries,
bbl. $7.5008. "'" ■!-'-♦»■"- --"w ;
APPLES — Fancy standard, bbl. $3.75@4;
fancy, bbl, $3 6003.75-,' standard, $2@3. *i
POTATOES— Jerseys, per bbl. [email protected]:
■weet, Illinois, per bbl," $2*3)2 25; sweet. Kan
sas, $1.7502; Minnesota, 12@13c.
' dried ERiriTS— -vaporated. per lb,
6@7c; peaches, peeied, 14©16 c; peaches, un-
pealed. C@7c; pears, 6@Bc; apricots. 9<®10o;
raspberries, 20®21c: blackberries. 6©6y.cl
prunes. California French. s@7c; cherries. 15
01 6 c.
GAME -AND.. FISH— 75c@$l;
ducks, "- mallard, doz, : $404.50 ; * ducks, i teal,
doz, $1.7502.25; ducks, common, $1..50@2;
geese, doz. $B®9;*brant, doz, $6. -*-.
DRESSED M RATS— Mutton, packing house
stock. 5-a.fic; mutton, country, 4@4'/'.o; veal
fancy, G%o7c; veal.; medium.- 4@sc; lamb
■spring. 6®7c; hogs, $4®4.50. 1
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1806.
ST. PAUL'S DIVIDEND
FULFILLS THE HIGHEST EXPECTA
FULFILLS THE HIGHEST EXPECTA-
TION OF WALL STREET SPEC
ULATORS.
HELPS THE RAILROAD LIST.
GRANGERS, ESPECIALLY, SHOWING
GREATER STRENGTH AND
ACTIVITY.
INDUSTRIALS AGAIN UNEASY.
Market More Firm in Tone nnd With
a Better Distribution of
Trading.
..... ■
NEW YORK, Mjrch 12.— Interest in Wall
NEW YORK, M-^rch 12.— Interest ln Wall
street today centered in the probable action
of the board of directors of the St. Paul rail
road at their meeting to act upon dividends
for the half year,-, and the deliberations of
officials of the General Electric and Westing
house companies regarding an amicable and
business-like agreement to abate the ruinous
competition that has been going on for a
long time past. On the first point the expec
tations of the financial community were ful-
filled, as the dividend rate on St. Paul com
mon stock was increased to a 4 per cent yearly
basis. Regarding the electric companies,
rumors of an agreement to be shortly an
nounced has been current in the street for
several days past. It was even stated that
an agreement had been signed several days
ago, subject to the ratification today of the
respective boards of directors. The arrange
ment concluded today covers a division of
territory, establishes mutually satisfactory
prices and other essential points, and will
be hailed with satisfaction by the security
holders of both properties, whose money has
been for a long time past dissipated in the
conduct of expensive patent and other legal
suitß. * After the exciting manipulation of
the industrial shares of the past few days
relief was afforded by a more general dispo-
# x? £ -,ade 'I rai'way shares. Louisville
& Nashville and the grangers were in de
mand and exhibited decided strength, as did
most of the entire list. The government
crop statistics and the expectation of an in-
creased dividend on St. Paul were the in
fluences on the last mentioned group. vio
lent changes occurred in the Industrials, To
bacco retaining Its prominence, with General
Electric ranking second. London was not a
factor in the speculation, although the ar
bitrage houses bought some St. Paul. The
market opened with a firm tone and a more
general distribution of trading. The deal
-IJ!A"S, ln, Tobacco were heavy, a transaction of
1,000 shares being noted at 79. The stock
rose 1%. but at the top notch liberal sales oc
curred and the improvement was not sus
tained. The closing after an erratic course
showed a gain of 1* per cent on the day.
Activity developed In General Electric, and
an advance was made of 1 per cent. Late in
the day, on a rumor of a hitch in the negotia
tions, the stock was freely offered and de
clined 2* per cent. It closed practically un
changed. In the general list the extreme
gains were in Burlington, 1*; Rock Island
1* and St. Paul, Sugar, Distilling, Reading
and Cotton Oil preferred, 1 per cent. The
closing was strong at general net gains, ex
tending to 1 per cent In masy shares.
Railroad bonds were quiet, but generally
firm, Ohio & Mississippi firsts, Springfield
division, were conspicuous by an advance pt
4 per cent to 105*. The other changes were
slight. The transactions aggregated $925,000.
Sales of stocks today included: American
Tobacco, 60,500; Chicago Gas, 3,600; Distilling
12,300; Erie, 4,000; Louisville & Nashville,'
5,000; Railroad • and Warehouse certificates'
third assessment paid, 4,300; Rock Island.
13,900.
The following table shows the fluctuations
of the leading railway and Industrial stocks
yesterday:
Open- High- Low- C 10
-5... . *.•/,:• Ing. est. est. Ing.
Minn Iron Gf)i/
Am- Tobacco 79 80* 78* 79%
Atchison 16 16* 16 16
Am. Cotton Oil 16* 16% 16 16*
C., J?. &Q...1 ..77 78* 77 78
C-> c- & St. L 36 36* 36 36
Ches. & Ohio iGtt
Ches. & Ohio ie*
Chicago Gas 66% 67% 66% 66%
■ <"■*■ A ■*** I PRIVATE WIRE TO
l«Ulll < New York Stock Ex-
f \ change,
s»_rt > Chicago Board of Trade
a 9«- < and
•E" DC !' Colorado Mining Ex-
Securities.
5, GRAIN, PROVISIONS and
MINING SHARES. '..
FREE, containing valuable information in re-
Morado Mining Shares.
Frtf °- Fee<J C° 17 18^ IG% "%
SrS-ofSv*:- « "s* »S «*«
Hocking Valley "SL.
Hocking Valley »; ~V ""^
Lead... 24tt 24% 24^ 24%
p^iY&£gmsi 53% 53 53%
Lake Shore 14714 1471? amm, ilh%
Manhattan Con . 106% ■ JS* 10546 105
Missouri Pacific 23% 24* 23% 12L
N. P. Common 4* 4* 4 «8
N-p?ork-ceAira,:-.::S ft » 558
Northwestern 103% 104 103% iSS
North: American ..... ** 5% ** "ft
Pacific Mail .'.."!.'!.'".".' 25% 26% Ktt oci/
Pullman ."" 'a ,2&
?aunmCanMa!!.:.-:::::::: 5* »» $»
Reading " \[iJ \»\; """,•
Rock Island 73% 72% &* 7?%
Southern Railway .... * % 72 7L
do pfd 3AI; jj'- Oil *, " *
M*^::x.S &'£*s s|
st4o^™, ■■■■im ™>4 ml Jots
s-3*:::::::::::::;:^ *U» 1 |
Tennessee Coal .....'. 36% 30% »H m 2
Santa?; ry. # W-m 1
U. S. Rubber.... . 61 & 3 1
weS Cn,on .::::: IJ B*. 8* IS
was? yy s »S» »
do pfd io * as-ai ;•,-• 6%
m. &St. l. Ist pfd.::;.B.. 18% 18 ifi
a» ir M
do2dpfa : :::: ::::. IL
following were the closlna Drlefi« «»
other: stocks as were the closlna nrlc«« «»
other; stocks as reported by 5? 225*5
Adams Express ..147 Oregon Nay -T^IZ
American Ex ....111 o. S. L & v' v 4$
Canada Southern. 49% P.. Dec * E iv.
Ches. & 0hi0.... 16* Rio G. W fi
Chicago A1t0n.... 155 do pfd I?
£•• B. & Q 78 Rock Island! 7!
Chicago Gas 66% S 6. Paul nt
C. C C. &St. L. 36 do pfd ,£H
Col. C. & 1 3 Term C. "i"' -Hgt
Del. & Hudson.. 125% T. & O C nfd' *" «r°%
Del L. ft W....l6ivtu. S. Express ;- 5
"**«■ Q. 49* Wells-Fargo EX" %
trie pfd ... 24 W. at • *-■*.. »o
•FortP Wayne :::.lil do pfd. 2°*
Gt Nth'n pfd.... 108 Minn, & Sl"u.\'.' 20
C. &E. I. pfd.... 98 Den. ft R. G "' mk
Hocking Valley.. 16* Col. Fuel ft iron" ll&
Kan ft Tex. pfd.. 28% do pfd. °n' £&
Louis, ft Nash.... 53% H. ft T. Central*' ill
Louis. ft N. A.... 9>2 T St L-5 ;,;*.* Ito
Mobile ft 0hi0... 22% dost-PPd..& K- c- ,5
Nash. & Chatt. ... 68 Southern ..'. '< ' ' ' *L
S- ®
o^on& iSpE;:::-1 d 0
N. \. &N. E 40 do pfd. inn%
Oregon Imp 2 10°
Bond Ll*t.
Bond LiMt.
NEW YORK, March 12.-Government hnn^o
firm. State bonds dull. Railroad gg
U. S. new 4s, reg.116% C. P. ißta, -95 1^"
V. S. new 4s. reg.116% C. P. lsts, '95 foo""
do new 4s.coup.llf)% D. ft R. q 7s" '".JX
.do ss, reg 112% do 4s . .'. "sou
do ss. c0up..... 112% Erie 2ds . ' "70
2° **' reg..... .108 G. H . * S.A.'te;;ios
do 4s, coup,.. ..11l do 75... if«
2s, reg 95 H. ft T. C. ss'".:.'"lio
Pac. 6s. '95 102 do 6s ... ins
Ala-., Class A ....108 M., K. ft T.lstis' 8G
do B 108 do 2-1 45.. ' mia
do C ......100 Mut. Union 6s" "ll5
do Currency ...101 N. J. c. G. 5s "'ll7u.
La. new 4s 97% N. P. lsts .. ""117
Missouri 6s ......100 do 2ds .. '1121/
N. C. 6s 122* do 3ds . "'"" go
do 4s 103 N. W. c0n..'"'."i38%
S. C. Non-Fund.. * do S. F. deb 5s 111
Term. new 6s .... 85 R. G. W. lsts.... 7614
do 5s 111 St. P. con 7s ... .128
do old 6s CO do C. ft P.W.ssir, •"
Va. Centuries ••■■6l S. L. ft I. M.G.65." 79' i
*dl-dM y <!, S' L' * S" F.G.63.106*
Atchison 4s 78% Tex. Pac. lsts ... 89
do 2d A 20* do 2ds .......... 23%.
Can. So. 2ds ....101* U. P. lsts, '96 ...10**%
0., R. & N. lsts.lo9* W. Shore 4s 105% •
.Sen York Jllr.tna Shares. ■
Bulwer $0 18 Ontario ..."......sl2 00
Cholor 40Ophlr ....;...... 150
Crown Point 40 Plymouth . 20
Con.. Cal. & Va. 1 50 Quicksilver .*..... 250
Deadwood... 80 do pfd ........14 50
Gould & Curry... '25 sierra Nevada ..-'" 61
Hale & Norcross. 1 00 Standard 175
Homestake .*. 2*" 00 Union Con...' .:. "55
Iron Silver ...... 21 1 Yellow., Jacket ... 30
Mexican ...... . . 501 '.-'■" *" ;"',-
New York Money.
NEW YORK, March Money on call easy
at 'Mi- per cent; last loan, 3%., closed at
B{i*3%. Prime mercantile.'} paper, 5@6 per
cent. , Sterling exchange easier, with actual
business in bankers' bills. $4.87%@4.88 for de
mand, and $4.86%@4.87 for sfcty days. Posted
rates, $4.87%@4.83. and $4.88% for demand.
Commercial bills, $4.St>',4- Silver certificates,.
6l>»4<*#69V"c. Bar silver, 68% c.
Chicago Money.
CHICAGO, March 12.— Money steady at 6
@7 per cent for call loans arid, for commercial,
paper. New York Exchange. 50c discount.
Foreign exchange steady. , Bankers' (Lon
don) sterling, [email protected],7. . • ''yyy
yy -::._■-.- *■ •"• . ■ — : — - — - .\..".joj^ME|§^
London Financial.
London Financial.
* NEW YORK, March 'l2.— The"l Post's finan
cial cablegram from London:. The stock
markets today were quiet but generally' bet
ter, mainly on reports that the Venezuelan
matter is practically settled. The report is
not confirmed, but it Is pretty generally cred
ited. Americans were consequently good, and
If the news Is true, bonds of the best Ameri
can railroads are likely to advance soon. **"
New York Bank' Clearings.' '"*
i NEW YORK, March 12.— Clearings, $84,144,
--080; balances. $4,792,423. -
BOSTON— Clearings, $13,052,843; balances.
$1,368,088. .
I *,- » • ■- • ' -"rTf :.rr«..^,»
Nbtv York Dry Goods. '-'.
New York Dry Goods.
! NEW YORK. March 12.— Business reflected
considerable improvement in the way of mall
and telegram orders'l from 'thel Interior and
more distant markets of seasonable goods,
and the collective sales were large. In the
jobbing houses there was more business doing,
with the outlook' more encouraging as the
month passes.
live stock; t jt y. .^„iu y(_
Steady, la Fair Demand, at Sonth
yy, St. Paul. -.. y
Receipts— 1,300; cattle, 260; calves 78
--sheep, 150. rtv»*-*V- j"." - ■- •-
HOGS— Sc lower. In sympathy with Eastern
decline. Quality good, but loads run to heavy
weights.
Representative Sales-
Representative Sales— * ;y'~'-.~ i-~
No. WtDkg.Price No. . Wt.Dkg.Price
49 211 ..$3 70 84 ......211 .. $3 72%
58 226 120 370 58 281 ..3 72%
41 162 .. 3 72^54 ......244-'4o*3 72%
95 203 120 3 72%. 49 281 .. 3 72%
48 241 ..:.. 8 72% 75 267 .. 875
85 273 .. 3 72% 73 243 .. 375
46 .229 .. 367%66 ......244 .. 375
CATTLE— Butcher cows and heifers
in fair demand, heavy steers slow; stockers
firm and active.
Representative Sales— '.V.- -'•
No. Wt. Price No. Wt. Price
2. bulls 1,225 $2 00 2 oxen 1,185 $2 40
1 canner 1,020 1701, bull 1,070 210
,6 c0w5...... 1,026 200 7 heifers .. 335 2 00
2 heifers.... 740 2 251 springer, for 25 00
2 , hulls 1.075 2 254 steers 1,050 3 32%
1 steer 1,230 350 3 heifers. ..1,190 3 00
10. cows 675 2002 feeders... 850 3 00
2 stockers.. 560 2 40 1 steer 1170 3 20
4 stockers.. 503 2 80 2 feeders... 815 3 00
4 cows 702 2 00
SHEEP— Steady. . . :. >".'■■•■•
Representative Sales— -.:.y'
No. Wt. Price No. Wt. Price
4, muttons.... lo7 $2 90 14 lambs 72 $3 90
14 lambs 65 390 24 muttons;. 112 2 90
19 lambs 87 3 9035 muttons. ...109 . 290
36 muttons.... llo 390 6 muttons. .118 225
20 1amb5...... 84 3 90
, New Brighton.
CATTLE— Strong * and demand ' good "for
butcher stock and feeders. Sales:
No- '": * '*'"" Ay. Price.
21 cows 980 $2 50
19 cows .*. . . .1,010 265
7. feeders 990 295
6 steers ...*.. ..............'...'.1,060 "'3 40
7 calves V... 840 260
HOGS— Firm and* prices steady. ' Sales:
No. Ay. Price.
39 ....................240 $3 85
61 , 250 3 82%
9 • , .........260 380
10 v. ...,...."..;..:. 230 385
SHEEP— Firm. Sales:
No- .';ii. --" * ' Ay. Price.
96 muttons .'...'...... 105 $2 85
194. mixed 108 300
il2 lambs .". "..'.V.'.*".'.".".. ....... 70 360
8 lambs ......V.;.. ......... 68 375
Chicago. \
CHICAGO, March 12.— Cattle— Common to
choice native beeves, *[email protected]; choice me
dium weights and heavy cattle, $4.35; butch
ers* cattle, $2.50(8)3.75; feeders, [email protected] for
good lots. Hogs— lower iOf common
droves; poor to prime heavy sold at $3.75@
4.05, and mixed butcher weights brought
$3.90*24. while fancy assorted light sold
at [email protected]%. Sheep— lnferior to choice
sheep, were salable at $2.75©3.65; prices were
largely 10c higher, and lambs sold better at
$3.50^4.60, chiefly at $3.90 and upward. Re
ceipts — Cattle, 9,000; hogs, 31,000; sheep,
12,000.
Kansas City.
Kansas - City, y y ;
KANSAS CITY, March 12.— Cattle— Receipts,
2,300; shipments, 2,100; market steady to
strong: Texas steers, [email protected]; Texas cows,
[email protected]; beef steers, [email protected]; native cows,
[email protected]; stockers and feeders, [email protected].
Hogs— Receipts, 4.000;. . choice heavy, $3.60@
3.87%; packers, [email protected]; mixed. $3.85; light,
[email protected]. Sheep— Receipts, 1,200; shipments, "
800; steady; lambs, [email protected]; muttons, $2.40
@3.50. '" ...... : * "
Omaha.
OMAHA. March 12.— Receipts 1.400;
market active; native steers;[email protected]; West
erns, [email protected]; Texans, $2^[email protected]; "cows and
heifers, [email protected]; canners, [email protected]; stock
ers and feeders, [email protected]; calves, [email protected];
bulls, stags, etc.. $20125. i Receipts,
4,800; market steady; Heavy mixed, [email protected];
light, [email protected]; pigs, [email protected]; bulk, . $3.80.
Receipts, I,ooo jjnar ket steady; West
erns, [email protected]; common, and stock sheep, $2
©3.15; lambs, $3@^1.25. mr~ '.''■ ""' ■■ J
Twin City Horse Market.
Report of Barrett & Zimmerman's Stables:
The activity of the last few days has not
abated, and today's auction sale shows' a very
healthy condition of trade. The demand for
the better class of farm stock was lively,
and. prices good, with an upward tendency.
Receipts were somewhat light, the demand
being ahead of the supply, which in a meas
ure accounts for the strong market The
large consignments to , arrive tomorrow may
lower prices somewhat, ' but there Is a 'firm
and confident tone among dealers under large
Dakota and local buying. orders. Farm mares
of the better class are in steady request at
$4r>-g;("5 ; " good drafts Are sought for 'at $80"*?
100, and common offering dull at $30@50. The
cold snap has cut off the demand for drivers.
Jameson,: .imsmM. m,
JAMESO«yENERT^
WHOLESALE—^-'
SEED MERCHANTS.
FLof RWeßteni Agents tor "LLSBURY'S BEST
FLOrßWeß^rXlAgenl9torPll-I'^BlURy:S BEST^
TiesatVH^^-fl°r* ?stoffSW Bros." Hay Bale
lies. v, rite us for prices, • >
181, 183 and.lßs.EEStGtli*tMlst "Paul.
." -*i 7*r- '-".*■■■' '.'^ '-"f.\ ■-■.■-:'—- yj
MINNEAPOLIS MARKETS. *
Duir Trade ~lh Wheat, With rricea
Dull Trade in Wheat, With Price*
-:-*_;* r. -?."■"-;■• J " Lower. *>T.*- ■-- —.'•■,'■. t.,-,,.^.
There was a dull trade in : wheat futures .
with prices later r lower than the opening
2*!g* not far trqm.the price of.the laf .
t™& ™" not far Iro-m the »rice of »he last
trade. There was little wheat for sale and
the demand was about normal,, with, perhaps
nniw eanin.S towar% strength. Millers are
unable to get enough wheat to satisfy their
wants at less than .May .price ..and that
SgSj be^etty^well.establlshed, •
SVSSS*.O be-fTty;well estabUshed
Following are today's closing quotation*:
Following are today's] closing „ quotations:. .
No. 1 hard, on track, 60Vi c ; No. 1 northern
Vie ; No. 2 northern, on I track. 58% c.
Cash sales, by , sample and otherwise. , in- .
eluded the following: .11 car, No- 1 northern
»%C- 18 cars No. 1 northern. 60% c; 1 car No.> .
1 northern 60% c; a.noo.bii No. 1 northern to'
arrive 60Vfec; 5.000 bu.No. 1 northern to a"
rt viT%^°iV» s'°oo ■ N;°' ' X norihern. to ar°; .
rive. OOUc: 10 cars Not 1 northern, to arrive,
60V-: 1 car No. 1 .northern, o. 60% - .
4 cars No. 1 northern. '£o%c; 1- car No 2
northern 59% c; 4 cars No-. 2 northern. 59«, c:
2 cars No. 2 northern. 59% c; 1 car No? 2
northern. 2 cars N0..". 2 northern. 60c- 2 ,
ears No. 3. frosted, 57c; 1 car No. 3, 56% c' l*
car No.' 3. choice. 59c. ; , ' ..
First patents are quoted at $3.1503.60 per -
bbl: second patents. $303.15;. first clears $2 60 ,
per bbl; second clears, "*2.10?*2.20; red dog'
flour: Is showing some, weakness at $10 per
ton in jute. "■• Flour shipments. 36,616 bbls. '
-:. HAY- •to * choice, $4.50 to $6.60; timo
thy.*sß.so#9 per ton. , ■- '
.CORN— No. 3 yellow. is quoted at 25lic; No
3 corn selling at 24"* V *<"?•-'";<•. Receipts,* 12 cars- !
shipped, 5. ... -^-. ....*„. „-y. y. y
OATS— 3 white "are* quoted at isy,@ '
18% c; No. 3 oats at 17%@18%c. The latter :
price applies only to extra choice stock. Re-
ceipts, 42 cars; shipped, 25.
■' BARLEY— Nominally quoted at from 22c
to 26c. ~ - *
'■ RYE— 2 rye Is quoted at 34c. Receipts,
3 cars; shipped, 6.
FLAX— The close was 84c. Receipts— Mm
neapolis, 4 cars; Chicago, 13;. Duluth, 3.
BUTTER - Creameries — Extra, faultless
goods, 19®19%c; firsts, lacking in flavor.almost
perfect, 17%<S>18c; creameries, seconds, 13@15c;
creameries, thirds, 7%@8%c; imitations, firsts,
13(g.14c: imitation seconds, B@9c; dairies, ex-
tra, perfect goods, 17c; firsts, lacking ln flavor,
sweet, 12@14c; seconds. 8@10c; thirds, 7©7% c;
roll and print, selections, 10011 c; roll and
print, choice, sweet, 8c; roll and print, com-
mon, 7%c; old butter reworked Into rolls and
print, lc loss than packing stock: ladles, ex-
tra, ll@12c; firsts, 9@loc; seconds, 7c; pack-
ing stock, 7c; grease butter, clean. 3%c.
EGGS— Strictly fresh. B%©9c; cold storage,
4©6 c; cases returned, %c less. Sales are
subject to candling, loss off. '
j DRESSED POULTRY— Young, fancy chick-
ens, 10%<§>llc; hens, per lb, 9%@10c; chick-
ens, poorly dressed, fair to good, 6%08%c;
turkeys, fat, choice. 12@12%c; turkeys, me-
dium to choice, 10%©llc; turkeys, scalawags,
5%06%e; ducks, per lb, 12c; geese, per lb,
10c. Frozen poultry, lc less.
LIVE POULTRY— Chickens, mixed . coops,
B©9c; turkeys, 9c; geese, 8c; ducks, 9c. yy.
Real Estate Transfers.
Cap Bldg Society to Minnie Krum-
busch, it 24, blk 5, Arlington Hills
•add -.« $1,700
J P Dysart and wife to Wm Farr, Its 2
i and 3, J P Dysart's rearr Its 1 and 2,
*"■ blk 23, Summit Park..... *'-",', l
Hattie L Chaffee to Ella E Kimball, its
10 and 11, blk 1. College Park and other
i prop 4,000
Hattie L Chaffee to Ella E Kimball, It
, 7, blk 14; It 1, blk 2, Summit Park add,
and It .7, blk 1, Haldeman's add.:.... 7,000
Hattie L Chaffee to Ella E Kimball, und
to It 5, blk 2, Dawson & Smith's add.. .2,000
G-P Jacob and wife to Edith J Hender-
son, It 9, blk 3, Second add Merriam
► Park 1,050
C H Stevens and wife to Wm E Courtney,
> It 11, blk 3, Hazel Park div No 6 650
Patrick H Kelly and wife to James P
, Murnane, It 10, blk 55, Lyman Day-
ton's add.... l
One transfer 5,000
T L Schurrneier and wife to Eleonora
.Menz, It 4, blk 15, Hoyt's add 6,500
Eleonora Menz to T L Schurrneier, It 4,*
, blk 11. Whitney & Smith's add.... 12,500
V A Smith and wife to J X Kingsley, w
, 1-6 Its 1 and 2, blk 3, Rondo's add 1,800
August Benson to S A Denny, It 4, blk 76,
St Anthony Park 3,500
E S Chittenden tnd wife to Roxanna
Bates, It 13, C A Weide's subd blk 40, "
Arlington Hills add . 6
F Vauthorin to M M Johnson, It 13, Kel-
ly's rearr blk 1; Oxford add 275
Trans "Mrs, 15; consideration $45,982
Ilill
iiiiii
WANTS MAY BE LEFT
At the following locations for inser
tion In the Dally and Sunday Globe,
at the same rates as are charged by
at the same rates as are charged hy
the main office.
BASIL
Hamiine Pharmacy Drug Store
750 SNELLING AVENUE.
DAYTON'S BLUFF.
Sever Westby .* Drug Store
679 EAST THIRD STREET.
~ LOWER TOWN.
William K. C011ier...... Drug Store
SEVENTH AND SIBLEY.
Joseph Argay Drug store
COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS.
M. D. Merrill... News Stand
_j_ 442 BROADWAY.
™~ MERRIAM PARIS!.
A- L. Woolsey Drug Store
A- J± Woolsey Dru* Store
ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AVENUES.
ST. ANTHONY HILL. ~
EmM Bull Druggist
Em" S^Uvil • .....Druggist
y GRAND AY AND ST. ALBANS.
W -_.Pro9t & Co ••• n™* Store
SELBY AND WESTERN AVENUES.
Straight Bros Drue Store
RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS.
A. ".A. Campbell Drug Store
' _** 235 RONDO STREET.
A. T. Guernsey ....Drag Store
'■' "■'. y ■ 171 DALE STREET.
Brac£™~;,-"-- Pharmacy
VICTOR* A AND «,p.T;Ry AVENUES.
~~ WEST SIDE. '" ~~~
„ i^-li- The Eellos-* Drue Store.
R. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE.
Genres Mart! Drue Store
S. WABASHA AND FATRFTELD AVENUE.
- Concord Street Prescription Stnr*
CORNER STATE AND CONCORD.
A* T«/5,81,=-*^; Dni« Store
cor. 3. wabasha AND ISABEL.
~~7 "uppers "
S" ?,^'*',ve"s *>"* Stors
MOORE BLOCK. SEVEN CORNERS.
C. T. H»"«r Colonnade Priio. Stor»
ST PETER AND TENTH STREETS.
B J. wiL--l;'-.- Drug Store
» EAST SEVENTH STREET.
P. M. Cruddcn... Confectioner
- 496 RICE STREET.
~ J!!LTjOW* .Drue Store
ROBERT AND TWELFTH STREETS
(*:-?• JSSSSS * Co T>rue Store
CORNER RTPE- AND TGLEHART.
~ ARLINGTON HILC4L ~~~
C" :^;lK)ir"Hu" • T>m~ Store
i CONNER BEDFORD AND DECATUR.
A. & G. A. Rchumnobpr Drue Store
' -. "954 PAYNE AVWNUF.
WEST SEVENTH STREET.
A. & C, A. Schumacher ..Drue Store
439 WEST SEVRNTH STREET
J. J„««un?r ..........Drug Store
COR. JAMES ANn WWT SEVENTH.
\yo[ UNION PARK. . *
C. A. Monchow Clears nnd Tobaoco
C. A. Monchow Clears and Tnha-jco
' untvfrsttv a NT> prior AV^NTTP;**.
SITUATION OFFERED.
MALES.
AGENTS wanted to sell one of the quickest
i sellers on earth; good commission, and makes
a good side line. Address G. Swenson, Gay-
; lord, Minn.
.BARBER wanted; must be flrst-class and of
good address: no other need apply; steady
, work the year round. T. J. McDermott,
- "Luverne. Minn. w .
MACHINIST and a boy to work in light ma-
chinery. American Patent Market and
Novelty Works,, 279 Williams St., corner
, Pine. . , "yy
THE BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION, as-
- sets, $650,000, largest, strongest and best
Minnesota life company; offers to bright
+ men desirable, exclusive territory, with
every facility for profitable agency. Address
* Douglas Putnam, Secretary, St. Paul.
WANTED— Traveling salesmen to sell com-
WANTED— Traveling salesmen to_ sell com-
'plete line of lubricating oils, greases, var
nishes, etc. Liberal terms ana permanent
position to proper party. Garland Refining
Company. Cleveland, O.
WANTED— Twenty boys to carry light routes;
good pay: 3 for St. Anthony Park, 3 for
Merriam Park, 2 for North St. Paul, 2 for
-Gladstone. 1 for Fort Snelling, 1 for West
Seventh west, of Montreal a v., 2 for White
Bear, 2 for West St. Paul south of Annap
olis. Call any time between 8 a, m. and 10
p. m. Friday and Saturday at Banning Ad-
vertising Co., 317% Wabasha, up stairs.
$60 TO $150 paid salesmen for cigars; ex-
perience unnecessary; extra inducements
to customers. Bishop & Kline, St. Louis,
.Mo. ■ .-, ■;:_-■ i-rp.y
FEMALES.
COOK— Wanted, a good, plain cook. Apply
631 Dayton ay. * - . ***,
COOK— Will pay $30 per month, to flrst-class
lady cook. Merchants' hotel, Hutchinson,
Minn. . --
HOUSEWORK— German girl, about
* sixteen years old, light housework. 97 Mar-
tin st.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
suburban. ,y ':
ICO-ACRE FARM, thirty miles from St. Paul;
ICO-ACRE FARM, thirty miles from St. Paul;
ninety acres under cultivation; fine, living
, stream and good barn, etc.; will sell or
lease on favorable terms. J. J. Watson, 18
_J3ermanla Life Building. -
„ FOR SALE.
GREAT FURNITURE and carpet sale Sat-
urday, March 14, at 22 and 24 East Sev
enth st. ■
' DYE WORKS.
KAHLERT A MINTELr-Mlnnesoia Steam 3
Dye Works. 244 Bast * v tilth.
1111 11
STATIONS WANTED. .
STATIONS WANTED.
MALI.
APPRENTICE— young "man would like to
learn some trade. 746 Jessie s.t.
BOOKKEEPER— Wanted,' position as book-
keeper; nine years' experience; best of city
references. Address L 53, Globe. ■
BARBER— Wanted, by a young man of about
ono year's active experience as a barber, a
position in some good country town, where
I can improve in the business; wages no
object. H. F. Briggs. 833 Marshall ay.
BOOKKEEPER wants offlce work of any
kind; have had four years' experience in
the hardware and , farm implement busi-
ness; can furnish flrst-class references.
Address or call, J. S. S., -I**') Cedar st. - ->y
BOOKKEEPER— Expert bookkeeper can un-
dertake one or two more sets books to
open, audit,' post or balance. T. E. Davis,
22 West Third St. -\
BOOKKEEPER Man -bookkeeper wants to
take charge of a set of books evenings,
and will also run typewriter; will work
5 cheap. Room 314, H. V., Grand block.
BOY— Competent boy of seventeen wants
steady place to work; Is bright and has
fair education; comes well recommended.
Address "Boy Wanted," P. P. Mall Room.
CLERK Situation wanted by young man of
twenty-two In wholesale or retail house;
can furnish references as to character,
ability, etc. Address 255 Louis st.
CLERK Situation wanted by young man of
twenty-one In some wholesale or commis
sion house, or anything which is offered
him; has had experience In the wholesale
business; can furnish references. Address
M. P. J., 239 Carroll st., city.
COACHMAN— Competent English coachman
wants situation; thoroughly understands
care and treatment of horses, carriages and
harness; careful driver and obliging; city
. references. Address Charles Pestell. Hanip-
ton House, 151 East Third st. East.
COACHMAN wants a position; have had
four years' experience; can furnish best
of references. Address Coachman, 427
Selby ay. . ■ . -
DRIVER— position by young man of
eighteen years in a store or drive delivery
wagon; prefer to work In wholesale house.
Please call or address W. D., 43 East Elev
enth st, corner Cedar.
BOOKKEEPER— a small set of books
to keep evenings, by a thoroughly competent
bookkeeper. Address A 56, Globe.
COOK— Situation wanted by a flrst-class meat
and pastry cook ln hotel or restaurant.
city or country; steady, sober man; flrst-
class references. Address J. A., 231 East
University ay., St. Paul. Minn.
DRlVEß— Wanted, position by a boy of eight-
een years in a store of any kind, or to
drive delivery wagon; can give reference.
Please call or address W. D., 43 East Elev
enth. i ■••■■ ... „,,-.-..
ENGINEER— Wanted, situation as engineer
or fireman, or any place of trust; best of
city references. Address Room 56, 59
East Seventh st.
EMPLOYMENT— A young man of eighteen
years would like to have work of any kind.
316 Oneida st """ - -
EMPLOYMENT — A boy of sixteen years
wants work of any kind. P. 8., 312 Oneida
st. ..-.. j • -, -.-(
EMPLOYMENT — A boy sixteen years old
wants work of any kind. B. R., 450 Good-
hue st. „, . ...
EMPLOYMENT - A boy of sixteen years
would like to have work of any kind; has
some experience in a restaurant. F. E., 312
Oneida st. ■'■•.','-'.."" "'
EMPLOYMENT— Work of some kind wanted
by man; had two years' experience in gro
ceries, and well acquainted in city; good
hand at writing; work in wholesale pre
erred. Address A. P., 181 Thirteenth st.
EMPLOYMENT— A boy of . sixteen years
would like to have work of any kind. J.
E., 312 Oneida st. -....
EMPLOYMENT— A strong boy sixteen years
of age wants work of any kind; can make
himself useful. Address A. M.. 457 Ban-
fll st. "* - ""** '
EMPLOYMENT— A strong and willing Scan-
dinavian boy of nineteen desires position
on farm or dairy near city. Address J. 3.
Jensen, 565 Park ay.
OFFICE BOY— A boy of sixteen years of age
wants work of any kind, running errands or
offlce work preferred; can make himself
useful. Address T. H., 644 Pleasant ay.
PHARMACIST, " registered, desires position;
city or country; thorough prescription clerk
and chemist; highest references; moderate
wages. Ph. G., 226 Washington ay. north,
Minneapolis. . .. .. .
FEMALE.
A YOUNG GIRL of eighteen would like work
in doctor's office; can read and write Eng
lish and German. Address M. U. R., 312
Oneida st. . ;-.•■ ;: „'.'
DRESSMAKER— Wanted, by an experienced
dressmaker, sewing in families; prices" rea
son able^^Ad dress 368 North Exchange st.
DRESSMAKER wishes sewing; to go out by
the day; reasonable. 14 West -Tenth st.
DRESSMAKING - Will sew for the next
thirty days very cheap; call and be con-
vinced; good satisfaction given. 127 East
Eleventh. Room 28.
DRESSMAKER — Wanted, :by experienced
dressmaker, a few more engagements in
families; will work reasonable. ' Address
8., 49 West Tenth st. -
DRESSMAKER— by a flrst-class
dressmaker, a few ■ good engagements in
families by the day. Address X 51, Globe.
DRESSMAKER — First-class ' dressmaker
would like a. couple of .weeks' sewing in
families; $1.50 per day; flrst-class work
guaranteed. ,, A 58, Globe. „. „
DRESSMAKER— Wanted. by dressmaker.
family sewing; good cutter and fitter. Call
. or address 37 Irvine Park. ..-
NURSE— Wanted, a position by an expe
rienced nurse; best of city, references. Ad-
dress Mrs. L. Wiltsie. 211 Grove St.. city.
Experienced "in confinement cases
or any kind of sickness; will do light
housework if desired; can furnish good
reference. Call or address 127 East Elev
enth. Room 28. * ■* * '
NURSING — Sick nursing .wanted .by an ex-
perienced nurse; city references. Address
14 Douglas st. ... . ■ .■ . ■ , i «
OFFICE WORK— Woman would like work In
dentist's or doctor's offlce of some kind.
Call at 87 South Robert st
OFFICE WORK— young lady wishes to get
work in doctor's or dentist's offlce. Ad-
dress 308 Smith ay.
SEAMSTRESS— A competent seamstress de-
sires a position .where she can >do sewing
and chamber work or assist in any part of
the housework; .best of references given.
Call or address 230 East Ninth st
SECOND GIRLr-A girl would " like to have
place for second work in a family of three
or four. Call at once. 467 Collins St., City.
STENOGRAPHER-Lady stenographer desires
to do piece work of any kind; can call for
work; will work reasonable. SO6 N. Y. Life.
STENOGRAPHER-Wanted, position as sten
ographer and typewriter; good penman;
moderate salary.- Address R., No. 54 Na
_tionaJl German American Bank, city.
STENOGRAPHER— Lady desires a position;
has had experience; has own typewriter;
willing to work for a moderate salary.
F., 411 Fort st. . »
STENOGRAPHER desires copying ' or any
stenographic work that can be done at her
offlce. Address II 56. Globe.
WASHING— A colored lady would like to go
out washing by the day and take family
washing home. Address 572 Robert st
WASHING— Wanted, washing to do at home
Call at 011 Charles st.
WASHING— "wants to take washing
and ironing, at home; first-class work. 938
De Soto st.
WASHERWOMAN— Woman ' would like day
work, washing. Ironing or house cleaning
Call at 1027 Edgerton st., up stairs, In the
front. .
WASHING wanted to take home; called for
and delivered good - work -and • cheap. Ad-
dress L. Q., Room 6, 54 West Tenth st. ■
WASHING wanted to take home; soft water;
do It good. , Mrs. Osen. CSB Thomas st
WASHING— A lady takes in washing and goes
out. 22 Douglas St. -•— '••tt"*">
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EARM LANPJL
, FARM LANDS."'
MINNESOTA PRAIRIE AND TIMBER
Lands— lf you want to buy. or- soil prairie or
timber lands or improved farms anywhere,
In the State.of Minnesota, If you have large
cr small tracts to dispose of, write to or call:
. -on * Theodore F. ,Koch, . 176 East Third st.
ground - floor, St. Paul. Minn.,' wholesale:
if alor andcolonizer. . Reliable agents wanted'
" everywhere. :** : yy^^k^S^Umgi
THI PEOPLES WANTS.
FORjtFNT.
FOR RENT.
yyy houses.
;' J. W. Shepard, l>4 East 4th St. "
RENTS Houses, Stores.omces. Steam.
Heated Apartments. Collects.
Rents, Acts as Owners* A/seat. *
——____ a.
HOUSES. ~
TAYLOR'S RSNTINO AGENCY — GLORH
T£H"PR'B RHNTINO AGENCY - GLORH
BUILDING — WE RENT HOUSES.
STORES. OFFICES. TAKE CHARGE orf
RENTED PROPERTY AND MAKE COL.
LECTIONS.
CARDIGAN RENTAL AGENCY, 22 EAST
Fourth, rents houses, flats, stores; prop-
erty managed. '
HOUSE— For rent, house 379 East Eighth st,
eleven rooms, modern improvements; rent
cheap to right party; no boarding or lodg-
ing house. D. Bergman & Co., 188 East
Third st. -
> PLATS.
THE BUCKINGHAM. '
Smith Avenue and Ninth Street.
Smith Avenue and Ninth Street.
WE HAVE A FEW very desirable five, six,
seven and eight-room apartments, which
are in thorough order and ready to be shown
to those looking for apartmeMs; steam heat,
hardwood floors, elevator service until mid-
night, and convenient location. Call at the
Buckingham or at the offlce of the "National
Investment Company, 45 National German-
American Bank Building.
HOTELS.
ABBEY'S EUROPEAN HOTEL. 21 East Fifth
St.; furnished rooms for Tent; open day ana
night. F. D. Abbey, Proprietor.
ROOMS.
SUMMIT AY., 26, NEAR ST. PETER— NIc«
cle-.n furnished room with or without boa
THIRD ST., 257 Furnished . rooms . en
suite for gentlemen; also suite for light
housekeeping.
WALNUT ST., Pleasant furnished anj
unfurnished rooms; I modern conveniences!
nice neighborhood. ' '
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FINANCIAL
FINANCIAL
ADVICE TO BORROWERS— Avoid paying
commission and exchange; avoid having you!
mortgages sold East or abroad, which gen-
erally necessitates doing business through
middlemen. Borrow from a home Institu
tion, With which you can do business direct.
Our Stato Savings Bank, Germania Life Ins.
Bldg., 4th and Minn, sts., has money to loan
on good security at moderate rates, charge*
no commission and gives the "on or before
privilege, yy y ..,■-'. **•*
MONEY TO LOAN— On furniture, pianos.
etc., to remain with the owner; also on
witches, diamonds, seal cloaks, etc.; loans
can be repaid by installments, business
strictly private. Room 7, First National
Bank Building, cor. Fourth and Jackson;
Minnesota Mortgage Loan Co.
$50 TO $500 short-time loans procured on per-
sonal property. Ohio Investment Company,
seventh floor Globe Building.
GREAT FURNITURE and carpet sale Sat-
urday, March 14, at 22 and 24 East Sev
enth at.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
HARNESSES! HARNESSES!— 3.OOO sets of
Chicago street car harness at public auc
tion at our Midway horse auction, March
10, 11, 12 and 14. These harnesses must be
Sold for what they will bring. Barrett &
Zimmerman.
THE HARD TIMES HARNESS COMPANY,
544 Rice St., is making war on high prices}
harness from $4 up; No. 1 sweat pads, 35c.
HORSES— accommodate buyers from th«
Northwest, auction days will be held on
Tuesdays (instead of Wednesdays), Thurs-
days and Saturdays at the Midway Hors*
Market in the future. The usual heavy sup-.
plies will be found constantly on hand. Sei
them before you buy. -
DON'T FORGET our grand opening sale at
Midway. We have 1,000 head of all kinds
of horses which we will sell at public
auction and private sale, beginning March
10, and throughout the week. Barrett &
Zimmerman.' Minnesota Transfer.
WE OPEN OUR MIDWAY STABLES March
10, but will continue to do business at our
old city stand, 20 Second st. north, Mm
neapolis, where we will always keep oa
hand a stable full of all kinds of horses.
Barrett & Zimmerman. *■
BUSINESS CHANCES._
A MAN WITH SMALL CAPITAL can find a
A MAN WITH SMALL CAPITAL can find a
good opportunity for Investment. in an ex-
cellently appointed liquor store in a
. medium-sized city in Southwestern Minne
sota; stock, fixtures, lease and license for
sale. Address Z 57, Globe.
FOR SALE— Hotel property In Melrose. „ In-
quire at Central House. Melrose, Minn.
PHYSICIAN wanted In a new and thriving
town in Southern Minnesota. For -further
Information apply to F. B. Pierson. care
of Ryan Drug Company. .-. . .; ,
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AUCTION SALES.
By Kavanagh A Johnson.
FURNITURE. CARPETS. CROCKERY, etc.,
at public auction. I will sell at public auc
tion, in the auction room, No. 22-24 East
Seventh St., on Saturday, March 14, at 10
a. m. and 2 p. m., a very fine and large
lot of household furniture, consisting of
oak and black walnut bedroom suits, fine
parlor . suits, easy chairs, rockers, ward-
robes, two fine folding beds, bookcase, a
large collection of books, pictures, etc.;
sofas, divans, extension tables, center tables.
odd chairs, a fine lot of crockery and glass
ware, two china dinner sets, a lot of body
Brussels and Ingrain carpets, Smyrna rugs.
etc. These goods are all first class. It
you want bargains attend this sale. A. G.
Johnson, Auctioneer, successor to Kavanagh
& Johnson. . : y
GREAT FURNITURE and carpet sale Sat-
urday, March 14, at 22 and 24 East Sev*
enth st. ■■■-:.
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. INSTRUCTION. m
PROF. J. REMER'S DANCING ACADEMY,
Central Hall, Seventh and Cedar Sts.—
Opening of new class at half price; private
Instruction a specialty. Offlce hours, 12 to 9
p. m.
ST. AGATHA'S ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND
Art, ?6 East Exchange St.. St. Paul—
violin, guitar, banjo and maiidolln taught.
Lesions given in drawing and . painting.
Ce.}! or send for prospectus. .
. PERSONALS.
A RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT— .
Madame Tel ts worth; prices reduced M
cents; thirty years' experiences. 13 Eighth
•tract.
MACK'S HAIR TONIC RESTORES HAIR to
its natural color; shampoo, 25 cents: man-
icure, open Saturday till Bp. m. Mrs. Hart-
man, 515 Washburn Building. * - • '•
MRS. DR. MOSS. St Paul's most popular
clalivcyant, j should be consulted at ones
, by ail who wish to better their condition
of life 513 Wabasha St.. opposite the cap-
Uo . . -
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WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED TO BUY.
TYPEWRITER— Want to buy, a second-hand
typewriter. Call at 801 N. Y. Life. . . ■■<■■■
TYPEWRITER— Wanted to buy, second-hand
Smith Premier typewriter; must be in good
condition and cheap for cash. Address, stat-
ing price. O 57. Globe. '
BOARD OFFERED. .Jy
BOARD — Furnished room, with first-class
BOARD — Furnished room, with flrst-class
board; centrally located. 145 College ay. * v.!
"THE MlNEß"— Centrally, located, with first-
class accommodations. 162 College, cornet
Sixth. .
•■' TO EXCHANGE.
TO EXCHANGE.
NEW GOODS for second-hand. Ryan Fur- -
niture and Exchange Co., 142 and 144 East
7th. R. N. Cardo7a. Prop. , ___
. POFESSIONAL .';'.''' '
NEWLY OPENED BATH *.* ROOMS — Ladles'
hairdresslng, face massage; -everything new .
and" first-class. 507 St.* Peter st.
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_ LOST AND FOUND. jjlg
CANE i LOST— Ebony I cane with sllverhandla „
marked "J. 11.- Defrees." Return to Roort
-. 7, : German- American Bank Bids, And rscstvf „
reward. "
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