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CD SOCIAL, j
WEST ST. PAW*.
Mr. John Lynch, of Duneden terrace, and
Mi>s Etta Norton, of East Congress street
we-rc unit, d in marriage Tuesday mon i g at
St. Michael's church. Rev. Father O'Neil c r
■clating. Tho bridal couple were attended
by Miss D. Norte.n and Mr. M. Walsh. Only
relatives and immediate friends wore i.res
ult at tlie e-hurch and at the wedding break
f.st fol owing. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Lynch left lor
Chicago Tuesday.
Improved Order of Redmon, Minnesota
Tribe No 21. gave their first annual ba 1
Tuesday evening at Workman hall. Hilyaid's
man dr fin orchestra furnished music. An ele
gant supper was served. The fo lowing eoni
niitt. Os had charge of the affair: Reception,
Messrs. J. Blanchard. N. Conno.ly. L. Mil
ler. G. Zimmerman: Boor e-ommittee, Mess s.
W'lson. Feddors, Wood, Beaubien.
The Willaid \\ . C. T. D. met Tuesday after
BOOS with Mrs. R. N. Hare. After a short
business se^ssiem, and the election of two
superintendents, arrangements were made to
ent. nam the distr.e-t W. C. T. U. convention,
Jun. 2. In the [parlors of the Westminster
Presbyterian church. The union adjourned
to meet again In two weeks with Mrs. Anna
Hawthorne.
The Woman's Homo and Foreign Missionary
. -ty, ol the Westminster Presbyterian
Church, w.re- entertained Thursday after
iip. n at t!ie residences of Mrs. Anna Haw
thorne, on East Winifred street. After a
thorough discussion of the missionary topie-. a
short programme was rendered. Refresh
mesta were served by the hestess.
Tho Sunday school pupils of the Evan
gelical Lutheran Salems' church, gave a mu
ttcal and literary entertainment Wednesday
evening, at Leldertafel tall. The programme
v...;- under the entire direction of Miss Le
ocie- Li man. and was very well presented in
every part-cular, reflecting credit on her
ability.
Onlty Temple No. 9, Rathbone Sisters, will
give an open .-aril party next Friday even
ing at Knights of Pythias hal l . corner £o-j h
Wabasha and Colorado atre_s. i-'r. --o.si.?
h will be played. a;-d prls'S wi'l b>
awarded. Re'.reshm , nts wiil also be ser.el.
A nominal admission fee wi.l o? c_-lg.U.
The young people of Ascension church held
their annual meeting Monday evening with
Mi>s Imogens Bell, ef Mt. Hope avenue. The
following offle-ers wore chosen for the year:
Pros dent. Miss Ossmann: vice pre.idi.nt. Misi
Gra.-e Holmes; secretary. Miss Pansy Ro
berts: treasurer, Mr. George Ossmann.
Vi.-s Margaret Carroll entertained the Young
People's Whist club. Monday evening, it be
ing the last meeting of the season. Prizes
w<re- won by the Miises Eva Baer, May Latta,
Messrs. F. Sharood and R. Burns. " Si _son
I riz.-s were awarded Mr. Clyde Tilton ai:d
M ss Blanche Bigue.
Tuesday morning. Father Jung, united in
mariiage. at St. Matthew's church, John .Mil
ler, of the West side, and Miss Kataerine
Capsor. of St. Cloud. The couple were at
teiiiiid by Mr. Joseph Altendorfer and Miss
Rose Lutz. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will reside
on Strykor avenue.
The int.-rnie-dia'.e grades, of the Humb-ldt
■Choi I will give an Arbor day en-ertainniont
next Friday evening at the High School As
sembly hall. An extended programme, in
charge of the several teachers, w.l! be ren
dered.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore H. Koerner, of
Ftryker avenue, e-cle brated their firth wedding
annive rsary Friday evening. Cards, music
and dancing made the time pass very pleas
antly. for tii. relatives and friends assem-
bled.
Th.- class of '9S. Humboldt high school, will
give an entertainment next Thursday evening
at the high school assembly hall. A fine pro
gramme, consisting of solos, duets, readings
and tableaux, has bi\ n prepared.
Mr. and Mis. R. E. Withy, cf East R-^bl =
Street, assisted by Messrs. and Mesdames A.
D. Wilson and T. F. Carroll, entertained the
W. R. B I's Fiiday evening. The club has
adjourned for the season.
Liberty Council, No. 5 Jr.. O. U. A. M. will
give their third annual ball Monday evening
at Workman hall, corner Greenwood avenue
arid State street. Able committees have
charge of the arrangements.
The alumni of the class of '97. Humboldt
nigh schoo ., held a meeting Monday evening
at the school and transacted quite a lit.la
business. Arrangements were made for the
annual gathering.
The Misses Jenn'e and Eleanor Dobson have
returned to school at Mount St. Joseph Du
buque, 10.. after a pleasant Easter vacation
ot two weeks.
Mr and Mrs. W. B. Stoner. of Prescott
street, entertained the Highland Whist club
seaso'ir 1 "" 8 ' dub haS ad J° urue d tor tne
J*?*..*- P ' Dr °««»n. of Duluth. who has i
beei the guest of her son. Charles Bronton,
■or the past six months, has returned hum° '
F^Wi? . d Mrs ' Fryckberg entertained the :
Street M H^ ll iS Clrde ' ° f the Xln S
Street M E. church, Tuesday evening.
Mrs. M. L. Mclntire, of the Clinton flats ;
nue 11. E. church, next Friday afternoon.
a ,!'. L ' J*- Bissell. with her son and
daughter, have returned from spending the
Winter in Southern California
en's""-' s a . r ;L Mr W, V ' A ' Somers ' of Con
gress street, will entertain the C. B. X Lit
erary club, tomorrow evening.
' S " V' ]^ tt:cr ford, of East Congress street '
next v- , rU: i' " ,e "ronhyctekha Cinch Wclub
next Wednesday evening. :
cw *: ___-! D ° ran - Rave a dinnf> r of ten
-„^W;W tfvens of ?a " Lorenzo, Cal., who has !
n Mrrra^wi. m 3
- v W avenue J^ewis, or
£HEW-
Koenigln Louise lodge No n d- 3 ,-o „ „ ,
tall last evening at Brack's "hall A fl- g
per was served " aU - A flne SU P" j
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EAST ST. PAH..
"«. me little- ones were Dresem ti7„
rooms pere dee-ora'erl «,iev, „ i Tne
e-.-irnations \|W q„m. pa!ms . roses and
-Mrs v^-er • Sohlbel- g was assisted by
Si^er- «>&.■£?___]
roo^^re e ta^te^y^ c a^^^-l
ffi of abou t twenty-five relatives and
Members of Dayton's Bluff Lodge No. 9fi,
' „ ' $L f"^ are requested to meet at their
all, East Seventh and Reany? today i'
•30 a. m. sham to attend the Plymouth
•hurch in a body, by order of the C^SttoS
" "-, T »°, f _ urth .. ann ual banquet of Dayton's
SL uff l J odeo - No - M ' r - °- OF., will be given
Thursday evening, May 5. feood sneaknrs
£ Xt 8 cT red and flrst - class »»»««» h?"
Mr. and Mrs. Palmgren, of York street
pve a dinne-^f ten covers Monday evening
I, c^ DOr °l. their 80n Gilbert's twenty-firs!
birthday. The decorations were pl_k tad
Mr and Mrs. B. W7 Swenson gave a Dro
rrwslve euchre party Thursdfy evening
Miss Hlckey, Mrs. Johnson, Messrs Jones
and Wilson won the prizes. The decorations
were palms and Easter llllles ve <-ora_on.,
The class of '93 of Cleveland high school
■will give a basket social next Friday _ye™'
lng. Miss Anna MeCauley and Miss Lrola
-•hompson have tho affair In charge
Miss Lena Van Duzer, of Van Slvke court
Will entertain the Young People's Card c"uh
«n X Thursday evening. This will be the
final meeting of the season.
The Foresters court, Landmark, will give
• literary and musical entertainment next
Friday evening In Woolsey'a half corner
Case and Burr streets. ' corner
An oyster Bupper was given Thursday even
ing at the Children's home, on Eighth street
Wosdames Morey and Babcock were the com
mittee in charge.
Mrs. E. R. De Long, of Boston, and Miss
Delia De Long, of West Superior, were guests
of Mrs. E. R. McGiven, of Burr street dur
ing the week.
The Ladles' Guild of St. James' Episcopal
•hurch, was entertained Thursday afternoon"
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at the home e>f Mrs. Charles King, on
Reany street.
M'ss Edith Blanc. of York street, was given
a surprise Friday evening by about flft.en of
he r y<;ung friends. Music was the feature of
the evening.
Mrs. Peterson entertained from 2 to (i Satur
day afternoon, for her little son Nathan's
birthday. About twelve little ones were
present
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. O'Donad. of Margaret
street, have gone to Altoona, Wis., to attend
the wedding of Mrs. O'Donald's brother.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton, of La
fayette avenue, have gone to Ashland, WU.,
w'-ere they will reside in the future.
Mrs. O. Sohl'berg, of Sims street, Is enter
taining Mrs. Moser and Master Alvin T.
Weld, cf Cannon Falls.
M,.-_ Stinson. of Stillwater, the recent
guest of Mrs. P. W. Downs, of Reany street,
has returned home.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. C. E. Sla>t;n, of Case street,
have returned from a pleasure trip through
tho Eastern states.
Mrs. Smith, of Lawson street, will enter
tain the Twickenham Cinch club next Wed
nesday afternoon.
Miss George, of Van Slyke court, left
Wednesday evening for Lake Melissa, for
the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hendrlckson, of Clear
water, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Clark, of
Wells street.
Miss Grae-e Hyde, of Mitchell. 10., is visit
ing her sister. Mrs. T. D. Sheehan, cf Burr
street.
Maple Loaf Camp No. 331, Royal Nelgl bos
of America, are preparing to give a oazar
shortly.
The Daughters of Rebekah gave a Cu'ai
foeial Tuesday evening at their hall, R.aue,
street.
Miss Lena Redmon. of England, ls the
guest of Miss Mardi Wcolsey, of Case street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Johnston, of Burr
street, have gone to Decorah, 10., to reside.
Mrs. Geo. Defo? end family have gone to
Seattle, where they will reside in futur?.
Mr. and Mrs. \V7 J. Woodbury have gone
to Butte, Mont., to spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McCartv. of Blue
Earth, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Nicoll.
Miss Nellie Galloway, of Minrehara street,
will give a May party Tuesday, May 3.
Miss Bertie Stillman, of Dakota, is the
guest of Mrs. Pago, of Burr street.
Mr. and Mrs. Mcberg, of York street, have
gone to Center City to res'de.
M. O. Osbumb. of Sims street, has re
turned from Madison, Wis.
Mrs. Cadv S. Murray, of Reany street,
has returned fr; m Duiuth.
Mrs. H. W. Phillips, of Geranium street,
has gone to Philadelphia.
Mr. ard Mrs. C. W. Jr.bnson, of Earl street,
have gone to Great Fails.
Miss Lulu Wilcox ls visiting in Hend.rson.
HAMLINE.
A very successful entertainment was given
on Thursday evening for the benefit of the
Athletic association. Those assisting on the
programme were: Misses Marsh. Benham
Evans. Gillis. May Gillis, Hall. Mrs. Rldgway
and Messrs. Guy Caldwell, R. P Kaighn
Tether. Taylor, Whitcomb.
Tho Young Woman's Christian association
received the members of tho association in
the rooms on Friday afternoon. Misses Rieter
Bloomfleld. Hart and Colton were hostesses'
Miss Benham and Miss Colby served choco
late.
The marriage of Miss Nellie I. Davis lo
Abram P. Thompson occurred on Monday
evening at the home of the bride's sister
Mrs. Sherman, of 776 Simpson avenue Rev-
Peter Clare officiating.
The Hamline Fortnightly club will meet on
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Drew Mrs
Charles N. Akers will present a paper on
Birds In and About Hamline."
An entertainment will be given on Thursday
evening in the university chapel for the ben
efit of the public school library.
The Woman's Home Missionary society gave
a very pleasant sociable at the home of Mrs
A. Z. Drew on Thursday evening.
The members of the Browning Literary so
ciety visited the Walker art gallery yester
day afternoon.
Mrs. Ray and son, who have been visits
ing in Hamline, have returned to Detroit
Mich. ■
The Athenoan and Amphlction Literary so
cieties held a Join meeting on Friday even-
Rev. Dr. W. K. Marshall will occupy the
i pulpit of the Methodist church this morning.
Mrs. G. W. Buck has issued invitations for
a luncheon to be given on Tuesday afternoon
___** tVI ka J d \ °_ Bel'ln-bejn" w_s the
guest of friends in Hamline during the week
„!-"W K JL De 't Daughters will meet tomor
row at the home of Miss Maud Wolover. ■
Mrs. C. W Boyer is entertaining her aunt,
Mrs. Mary Moore, of Charles City, 10.
Rev. George Wells has returned from a
visit in the northern part of the state.
Andrew Ross and family have moved into
the house on Simpson and Van Buren.
; Miss Barnes, of the state university, was
the guest at the hall on Saturday.
Mrs. A. L. Bean and Mrs. J. O Haieht
were guests of Mrs. A. A. Clark.
Miss Lillian Scanton, of Minneapolis was
the guest of Miss Sturtevant.
C H. Warner returned on Friday from the
j northern part of the state.
The Bible Study class, of the class of ISOO
met on Friday afternoon.
The King's Daughters met on Monday last
at the home of Mrs. Buck.
Miss Anderson, of Milan, visited at the La
dies hall during the week.
Mrs. Flynn, of Little Falls, is the new
matron at the Ladles' hall.
Miss Colan, of Wood Lake, was a guest at
the university this week,
i Rev. S. N Griffith visited his family during
the forepart of the week
with^ndl-in^rdT 1 ■** ° f the ™*
Kay l ; S -' 9 6 H -on M -Mo_d_y. entertaine<l E " H ' Mc "
Mrs. Van Dusen was a guest of Mrs. Moody
during the week. '
| Mrs. Drew entertained A. P. Ne'son ot
j Grantsburg, Wis. "c.son, or
I from' Elk Rive A r! kIDS "* S ° n hEVe retUrnM
I Miss Nellie Goodnow has returned to her
home in Detroit.
i fnr Ir « S 'few T - ™ inston ia visiting in Biwablk
tor a few weeks.
Miss Susan Hahman was a guest in Ham
line th's week.
Indianapolis*' W ° ,oVer ' S vta,Un * fr;eDds «"
Mrs. E. S. Sturtevant entertained company
on Sunday. **" »
SpHng-et 11 ' 6 BrOWD haS retUrned fr ™
Drew." M * Hlggins enter tained Mrs. Anna
wf'.if* Bounds haß B° ne to Boston for a few
J. H. Chamberlain has returned from Chi
cago.
Miss Miller has returned to Prescott, Wis.
Miss Grace Taylor visited her sister.'
MERRIAM PARK.
Mrs. J. T. Campbell, of Marshall avenue
inern a o 0 P n rogr 4 8SiVe f UChre part >' « ThuS
anernoon. The prizes were taken by Mn
Cateo. Mrs. Borden and Mrs SS jr"
The guests were Mesdames S. A Brooks'
Henderson, Brooks, Borden Bowman i,?^'
Staughton, Summers, SmcS Rovtr'
Williamson, Big-clow.' willS^'w^ %'
Grldley, Stamm and Cook. "_u».s.
The ladles of the Woman's Council of Mer
riam Park have purchased a fine edition of
the International Encyclopedia, which they
will Present the Longfellow school library
the first week ln May. Rev. Dr. Mitchell of
Minneapolis, will make the address
The Young Ladies' Euchre club met on last
Friday at the home of Mrs. Hartlgan on
Carroll street. Prizes were taken by Mi "b
Mabee Cowles, Miss Bernice Chamberlain and
Miss Anna Clare Northrop.
A large delegation of Royal Arcanum
boys from the Park will attend the recemion
to the grand officers by Cataract council of
Minneapolis, on Tuesday evening.
On Wednesday evening, Rev. H. Nieols
rector of St Mark's Episcopal church Mln.'
neapolis. delivered an interesting address at
the residence of Mrs. T. Bowman.
„f ReV< V,\ C \ C , OT ? rt WIU de »ver" a series
of six historic lectures at Dayton Avenue
Presbyterian church. The first of the series
ls to be given tomorrow night.
Mr and Mrs. Charles D. Waters entertained
at dinner Mr. and Mrs. William Cook Mr
•and Mrs. William Grldley and Mr. and Mrs
Roger Cooley. ,
The April meeting of the Minnesota Congre
gational club will be held tomorrow evenlns
at Plymouth church, St. Paul.
Rev. C. Branby occupied the pulpit of the
Presbyterian church on Sunday morning and
evening. 6
Mrs. C. S. Jones and Miss Maud Bradbury
are visiting Mrs. Caddie Frisk Daniels at
Fargo. "■
The Wednesday afternoon Euchre club will
meet with Mrs. Whltacre, 833 Hague avenue.
The annual meeting and election of officers
of the Magazine club will be held at the
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE SUNDAY- — APRIL 24, 1898.
residence of Mrs. C D. Waters, 2016 Dayton
avenue, on Tuesday morning, April 28, at
10 o'clock.
Rev. and Mrs. Charles McLean are visit
ing Mrs. McLean's mother, on Prior avenue,
Mrs. F. F. Stevens .and sob left on Thu s
day night for a few weeks' visit in Chicago.
The Art class will meet with Mrs. W. S.
Watkins on Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. D. G. Raynard has returned from
sever.- weeks' visit in St. Louis.
Mrs. E. B. MeConnaughley, of Winona, is
the guest of Mrs. 11. A. Rlsser.
Miss Jessie Forester is visiting her aunt
on Marshall avenue.
The Cosmopolitan club closed Its s.ason's
work on Wtdnesday.
J. W. Jones, of Sioux Falls, ls the guest
of J. T. Campbell.
Miss Mable Richardson has retun.ed t:>
Wisconsin.
Miss Leila Chambers has returned to St.
Joseph, Mo.
PORT SNELLING.
Lieut. J. T. Moore, of the Third infantry,
rt-cently appo'nted Instructor in the military
school at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., ha 3 j intd
his regiment and is now on duty ln Mobile,
Ala. Mrs. M-tore ls the guest of Gen. and
Mrs. E. C. Mason, of St. Paul.
A detachment of sixteen mules arrived at
the post Friday, from Ft. Keogh. The mes
senger wagon and regular omnibus to the
street car will be run now as formerly.
Lieut. Omar Bundy, quartermaster, has
left for Mobile, Ala., having turned over thi
garrison stores to Car t. Gerlach.
Mrs. Fremont and Bentou left Tuesday for
Mobile, where they will be joined by Lieut
F. P. Fremont.
A police officer, In addition to the regular
guards is on duty at the garrls:n during the
evening.
Dr. Shaw ls on his way to Tampa, Fla.
Mrs. Walker is the guest of Mrs. Shaw at the
post.
All available c: mmissaries at the garrison
are being shippid to the troops in Mobile.
Mrs. J. Me-Kolvey. of St. Cloud, is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. A. Biebol, of Ft. Snelllng.
A prisoner from the Twenty-fifth Infantry
was brought to Snelling Friday.
Mrs. Bell and her daughter. Miss Fanny
Bell, are visiting Mrs. Gibson.
Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Jewctt have gone
to Ft. Macpherson, Ga.
Mr. J. Caiahan will leave for Tampa, Fla.,
about Tuesday.
Mrs. Reade will leave shortly for an
Eastern point.
Mrs. McAndrew will leave in a few days
for the East.
Sergeant Davis left Thursday evening for
Tampa, Fla.
Mrs. G. L. Byroade is visiting in Johns
town, Pa.
Mrs. T. Kelly is visiting in St. Paul.
MACALESTER.
Mrs. R. H. Moore 1^ vlsit'ng her daughter.
Miss gadie Willis has returned to Mad son.
Misses Watscn and Marlu are visiting in
Duluth.
Mrs. Gordan Craig entertained a few friends
In honor of her son.
Mrs. G. W. Dunlap visited at the college
on Monday.
Prof. L. D. Brown, of Faribault, visited in
the Park.
Miss Jessie Jewett has gone to Watertown.
10.
Walter Carlisle has gone to Morgan.
Meeting- of Pastors.
There will be a meeting to consider the
permanent organization of a "St. Paul Pas
tors' Union Conference" next Monday at 10
a. m., at the St. Paul Commons. The meet
ing is for pastors of every religious faith i.i
the city.
Arefcbl-liop Ireland Preaches.
At St. Mark's church, Merriam Park, the
Sunday morning sermon will be delivered by
Most Rev. Archbishop Ireland, who will also .
confirm the children.
fI6RI6ULTURfIL— GOMMEROIfIL— IHPUSTRInL— FIHnHCIfII.
IHEAI BEARS ROOTED
CHICAGO PRICES CARRIED TJP
WITH A SWIRL TO CLOSE
Notice by Russia of the Withdrawal
of All Offers to the United King.
dom the Sensation ot the Day
July Option Advanced CVer Two
Cents ln Five Minutes Corn and
Oats Up.
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MARKET SUMMARY.
Prey.
Wheat. Close. Day.
May, Chicago $114 $114%
May, Minneapolis 108 105%
'May, Duluth 110% 108%]
May, New York 11l 1 11% j
FINANCIAL.
Bar silver. New York 55% 55%
Call money, New York 2 2 |
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CHICAGO, April 23.— A bulge of 2c in wh-at
was caused near the close today by the fcl
lowing cablegram from Lpndan:
"Russia has withdrawn all offers of wheat
Russian prices advanced 15c per bu this
week."
Local bears were utterly routed and July
which had touched 8714 c. was rushed up to
89-C, closiing with a net gain of %@%c, at
8914 c. Corn and oats rallied with wheit
closing %c higher. Provisions were weak, bu !
made some recovery. Pork lost 12^?; lard and
ribs 2 1 /ic each.
Declines in wheat futures at Liverpool
and favorable crop news coupled with lack
of outside orders caused a weak onening in
this market today. July, which closed ye'ter
day at 88%@S8%c, was for s.ale at the open
ing this morning at frcm %c down to 87_c
and was kept on the down gradeu ntil it got
down to 87% c, frcm which point it commerced
to gradually recover. September was equally
depressed, opening down from V»c to '-Ac at
80%(gSO%c. May held during the same time
between $1.12 and $1.14.
Leiter reported acceptances to a fairly
liberal extent. London reported a-'cargo of
Manitoba hard spring taken at equal to $1.35%
a bushel. Minneapolis and Duluth markets
were strong enough to suggest fear of famine
ln the not distant future prices for July, b3
ing about %c above July prices .ere. _ker
bohm's estimate of the world's Eh'pment3 for
the week was 8.0C0.0C0 bu. Receipts at Chi
cago were 103 cars, 6S of them contract
quality. Minneapolis and Duluth, the former
of which is now drawing supplies largely
from Kansas, received 218 cars, agahst 159
last week, and 387 a year ago.
The sensation of the day came near th?
close of the session and referred to the with
drawal of all offers of wheat from Russia to
the United Kingdom, accompanied by the
statement that the price of Russian wheat hal
risen the equivalent of 15c a bu this we k.
That stirred up the market here and jwwrt
July up with a whirl to 89% cm the last iNre
minutes, and left it at 8934 c, or %c net gi In
for the day. September shared moderately
in the Improvement and rose to 81% c with
81% c the closing price, showing %c gain for
the day after recovery of the %c loss lt
started with. May sold between $1.12 and
$1.14, closing at the top.
Corn was heavy during the greater part of
the session. July opened steady to %c lower,
at 32%@33c, rallied and closed at 33%e, a
net gain of %c. Oats were easy early, but
stiffened up near the close. July opened %c
lower, at 24c. sold at 23% c, closing at 24%®
24% c, a net gain of l-16c.
Provisions were hard to sell. The trade was
without and particular feature. July pork
opened 12%@32% lower, at $10 [email protected], advance!
to 11.05, closing at $11, a net loss of 12% c.
July lard sold between $5.50 and $5.57 _,clcsing
at the top, a loss of 2%c. July ribs ranged
from [email protected], closing net 2%c lower, at
$5.50.
Estimated receipts: Wheat, 130; corn, 470;
oats, 350 cars; hogs, 40,000 head.
The leading futures ranged as tollows:
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Wheat-
May 113% 114 112 114
July 88 89% 87% 89%
SePt 80% 81% 80% 81%
Dec £0 81 79% 80%
Corn —
May 32 32% 31% 32%
July 33 33% 32% 33%
Sept 3374 3414 33% 341/4
Oats —
May 27% 27% 27 27%
_ Juls W-; 24 **» 23 % 24%
Mess Pork-
May 10 70 10 85 10 60 10 85
July 1100 1105 10 80 UOS
CHTJBCH SERVICES TODAY.
tSr"Theße notices will be printed as part
of the news of the day. and free of charge,
every Saturday and Sunday. They should
be forwarded so as to reach the City Editor
of The Globe either Friday or Saturda.
afternoon.
Baptist.
BURR STREET. Burr, near York. G. L.
Conley. 10:30 AM, 7:30 PM. Mcrning topic,
"God's Use of the Common Place." Even
ing, "The Voice from Heaven."
FIRST, Ninth and Wacouta. Rev. H. F.
Stillwell. Services at 10:30 AM, 7:45 PM.
The pastor will preach at both services.
Subjects: Morning, "A Pathway on the
Sea; evening, "An Excuse."
HEBRON, Ada and Roble. Rev. George H.
Gamble. 10:30 AM, 7:30 PM. Morning top c,
"Redeeming the Time." Evening, prelude,
"The Free Sons of Gcd." Subject, "God's
Grace."
WOODLAND PARK, Selby and Arundel.
Rev. W. W. Everts. 10:30 AM 7:30 PM.
Morning topic, "Christian Patriotism."
Evening, "Wesley." Sunday school, 12 M.
Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30 PM. ' -■
Catholic.
FRENCH, Exchange and Wabasha. Rev.
Henry Gros. 7, 8 and 10 AM, 3 PM. Sunday
Schoci, 2:15. Sacred concert Wednesday,
8:30 PM. Solemn service Thursday, 10 AM.
Christian.
CENTRAL, 425 West Seventh. A Wilbur
Bloom. 10:45 AM, 7:45 PM. Morning sub
j>?ct: "Christian Union." Evening: "Imi
tation and Real." Christian Endeavor 7 PM.
Sunday School 12 M. Prayer meeting
Wednesday at 7:30 PM.
FIRST, Nelson and Farrington. Rev. A. D.
Harmon. 11 AM, 7:30 PM. Morning topic.
Exegesis of Philip 1. 9.30. Evening:
"Christ, the Rock."
Congregational.
ATLANTIC. Conway and Bates. W. W.
Lewis. 10:30 AM, 7:30 PM. Subject for
morning sermon, "The Conditions of Dls
cipleship." Sunday school, 12 M. Spacial
services at 3:30 and 6:30. Preparatory serv
ice Wednesday evening at 7:45.
BETHANY, Stryker and Winifred. Rsv. W.
W. Newell. 10:30 AM. Junior C. E., 4 PM.
Senior C. E., 6:30 PM. Sunday school 12 M.
The pastor and his wife will be at home to
the friends of the church Tuesday evening
at 20 West Congress street.
PACIFIC, Acker street. Rev. J. Alex. Jenkins.
10:30 AM, 7:30 PM. C. E.. 6:30 PM. Subject
for morning's sermon: "Prayer." A service
ln behalf of the church prayer meeting.
Sunday school 12 M. Prayer meeting
Wednesday, 8 PM. Junior C. E., Wednesday.
4 PM.
PARK, Holly and Maekubin. Rev. Alexander
McGregor. 10:30 AM, 8 PM. Morning
topic, 'What Shall Thou Have Me to Do."
Evening, "I Am Your Brother, C-me Near
Unto Me."
PEOPLE'S, Pleasant avenue. Rev. S. G.
Smith. 10 AM, 8 PM. Morning topic: "Joy
and Tears." Evening: "A Fighting Pro
gramme."
EpiscoDaT.
DIOCESE OF MINNESOTA-Rt. Rev. Henry
B. Whipple, D. D., LL. D., residence Fari
bault. Rt. Rev. M. N. Gilbert. D. D., LL.D.,
Ceadjutor, residence, 18 Summit Court.
ASCENSION. Clinton and Isabel. Rev. Chas.
Holmes. 7:30 and 10:30 AM, 7:30 PM. Sun
day School. 12 M.
CHRIST. Fourth and Franklin. Rev. Charles
D. Andrews. 8 and 11 AM, 7:30 PM. Sunday
school. 9:45 AM.
MESSIAH, Fuller and Kent. Rev. C. Edgar
Haupt. 11 AM, 7:30 PM. Sunday school. 3
PM.
ST. ANDREW'S. Services held at Gsrirm
Lutheran Church, South St. Paul. Rev C
R. Taylor. 4:30 PM.
ST. BARNABAS' MISSION, Lilydale. W. M.
Lard— 1
May 545 5 47% 545 5 47%
July 5 52% 5 57% 650 6 57%
Sept 5 6<r 565 560 565
Short Ribs-
May 5 32% 5 42% 5 32% 5 42%
July 545 660 5 42% 660
Sept I 5 65 560 | 5 52% 560
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour-
Firm; winter patents, [email protected]; straights, $4.20
f4.SO; clears, $4.10®4.60; spring specials, $5.70
5.80; spring patents, [email protected]; Minnesota bak
ers', [email protected] No. 2 spring wheat, $1.00;
No. 3 spring wheat, [email protected]; No. 2 red
$1.12%f1.13; No. 2 corn, 32%@32%c; No. 2
oats, 27%e; No. 2 white, [email protected]; No. 3 white
29%@30c; No. 2 rye, 56%@57c; sample barley
[email protected]; No. 1 flaxseed, $1.29%®]. 30; prime
timothy seed, $2.95. Mess pork, per bbl, $10.85
@10.90; lard, per 100 lbs, $6.47%; short ribs
sides (loose). [email protected]; dry salted shou'der3
(boxed), 4%@5c; short clear sides (boxed)
$5.60®5.70. Whisky, distillers' finished goods
per gal, $1.20. Receipts— Flour, 11,400 bbls :
Wheat, 121,400 bu; corn, 360,000 bu; cats 452 -
000 bu; rye, 4,400 bu; barley, 14,700 bu.'ship.
ments— Flour, 10,700 bbls; wheat, 77.300 bu
corn, 821,000 bu; oats, 260,800 bu; rye, 432
bu; barley. 1,360 bu. On the produce ex
change the butter market was steady; cream
eries, [email protected]; dairies. [email protected] Eggs firm;
fresh, 10c. Cheese dull, unchanged.
MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN.
MINNEAPOLIS, April 23.— Wheat openel
lower and weak this morning for no partcu
lar reason other than that many were of ths
opinion that the recent rise in values had
been a little too rapid and that a rea-t on
was due. The weakness at the opening was
but temporary, for by 10:15 a. m. the May
future advanced 2%c from the opening figure
and the July 2%c over the first prices. There
was a fractional reaction from the top about
10:25, but the market held strong up to mil
session.
The commercial news of the day was
meager, as Is always the case on a Saturday.
Tbe market was very strong towards ihe
close at prices the highest of the day.
May wheat opened at $1.05 against $1.05%
Friday, advanced quickly to $1.C6%, dropped
to $1.05%, advanced by easy stages to $'.07%
declined slowly to $1.07, firmed uo to $107%'
declined to $1.06%, advanced to $1.07%,
lost %c, then advanced to $I.CS by 11:50 and
closed at $1.08.
July wheat opened at <L 03% against $1 03%
@1.03% Friday, declined to $1.02%, quickly
recovered to $1.03%, declined to $'.C3A,
Jumped to $1.04%, fluctuated a little, thjh
scored $1.05%, declined to X 1.04%,. 04%, firmed up
to $1.04%, lost %c, then advanced to $1.C0%
by 11:50 and closed at $1.05%@1.(5%.
September wheat opened at 79% c against
So%c Friday, lo6t %c, gained Viic, lost %?,
firmed up to 79%@79%c, sold at 79-% c, gainei
•a full cent by 11:50 and closed at 80% c.
The cash wheat market was s;rong and ac
tive. Relatively It was no better than Fri
day, but it shows stronger for the r.-ason
that it follows closely the strength in futirei.
It shows further that the actual is up and
indeed over the speculative. Cash handlers
have no grumble to utter.
ST. PAUL GRAIN.
Quotations on hay, grain feed, etc., fur
nished by Griggs Bros., grain and seed mer
chants:
Wheat — The market again higher; No. 1
northern, [email protected]; No. 2 northern, $1.02®
1.05.
Corn— No. 3 ye.low, 30%@31c; No. 3, [email protected]
30% c.
Ooats— No. 3 white, 28%@25%c; No. 3, 27%@
28c.
Barley and Rye — Sample barley, [email protected]; No.
2 rye, [email protected]; No. 3 rye, 62®53c.
Seeds— No. 1 flax, [email protected]; timo'.hy, $1.1-)
®1.35; red clover, $3®3.60.
Flour— Patents, per bbl, [email protected]; straights,
[email protected]; bakers', [email protected]: rye flour, $3 #3 20.
Ground Feed and Millstuffs — No. 1 fe;d,
[email protected]
Bran— ln bulk, $10®T0.50.
Coarse Cornmeal— [email protected]
Hay — Market higher for best grades; other
qualities continue dull and slow of sale;
choice to fancy upland, [email protected] Choice and
fancy timothy, [email protected]
DULUTH GRAIN.
DULUTH. Minn., April 23.— Market opened
%c off, at $1.08, sold up to $1.10% at 10:25,
dropped to $1.10 at 10:25, and advanced again
to $1.10% at 11:45, closing at $1.10%. Cash
sales were 2&.G00 bu to shippers at May pr!ce.
Wheat— No. 1 hard, cash, $1.10% bid; May,
$1.10% bid; July, $1.07% bid: September, 84c
bid. No. 1 northern, cash, $1.10% bid; May,
$1.10% bid; July. $1.06% bid; September, 83c;
bid; No. 2 northern, 99%0 bid. To Arrive-
No. 1 hard, $1.11% bid; No. 1 nbrthern, $1.11%
bid. Oats, 29®28c: rye, 56% c; barley, 35% c;
flax, $1.28%; May, $1.28% bid. Corn, to arrive,
31% c. Car Inspection— Wheat, 85 cars; corn,
1 car; oats, 64: rye, 18; flax, 23. Receipts-
Wheat, 87,664 bu; corn, 1,389 ,bu; oats, 39,
--444 bu; rye, 25,318 bu; birley, 612 bu; flax,
813 bu. Shipments— Wheat, 152,497 bu; rye.
11,159 bu; flax, 46,582 bu.
UVE STOCK.
UNION STOCK YARDS.
Receipts— Boo hogs, 100 cattle, 60 calves, 25
sheep.
Hogs— The hog market lest Friday's ad
vance, in sympathy with declines elsewhere,
but the demand was gocd, and yards clear. d
Farrar, Lay reader. 4 PM. Sunday School
3 PM.
ST. BONIFACIUS* CHAPEL. Mackubln and
Aurora. Rev. John Salinger. 10:30 AM.
Sunday School 1:30 PM.
ST. CLEMENT'S, Portland and Milton. Rev.
E. Dray. 8 and 11 AM, 7:30 PM. Sunday
School 3 PM. Wednesday 8 PM.
ST. JAMES', De Soto and Lawson. Rev. Carl
Roed Taylor, 8 and 11 AM, 7:30 PM. Sun-day
School. 9:50 AM. Service Friday, 8 PM.
ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST, Portland and
Kent. Dudley W. Rhodes, D. D., 11 AM, 4
PM. Sunday sclfbol, 3 PM.
ST. MARY'S, Merriam Park. Rev. G. H.
Ten Broeck. Matins and Sermon 10:30 AM.
Sunday School 12 M.
ST. MATTHEW'S, St. Anthony Park. Jlev.
Charles E. Hixon. 11 AM. Sunday School
12:15 PM.
ST. PAUL'S, Ninth and Olive. Rev. John
D. Wright, D. D. 8 AM, 11 AM, 7:30 PM.
Sunday school. 9:30.
ST. PETER'S, Dayton's Bluff. Fourth and
Maple. Seats free. Strangers Invited. Rev.
Geo. H. Mueller. Second Sunday After
Easter. Holy Eucharist 7:30 AM. Sunday
School 9:30 AM. Matins and Sermon 11
A.M. Evening Sermon 7:30 PM. Monday, St.
Mark's I>ay, Holy Eucharist 9 AM.
ST. PETER'S MISSION, Earl and Hastings.
A service especially for children with
"Oleograph" illustrations of the Lite of
Chrlsc will be hold at 9:30 AM. All the
children of the neighborhood made welcome.
ST. PETER'S MISSION. Post Siding. Sun
day School 2:30 PM. Children of the neigh
borhood made welcome.
ST. PHILIP'S MISSION, 463 Rice. Sunday
Morning prayer and Litany, 11 AM. Sun
day school, 12:15. Young Men's Bible Class,
6 PM. Sermon 7:30 PM.
ST. SIGFRID'S, Locust and Eighth. Rev.
J. V. Alfregen, Swedish, 10:30 AM, 8 PM.
Sunday school 12:10.
ST. STEPHEN'S, View and Randolph. Rev.
G. H. Ten Broeck. Evening Prayer and
Sermon 7:30 PM. Sunday School 3 PM.
THE RESURRECTION CHAPEL. SePar and
Atwater streets. Rev. W. C. Pope. 3:30 PM
Sunday School 3 PM.
TRINITY, St. Paul Park. Rev. Charles
Holmes. Services will be resumed ln near
future.
Lutheran.
MEMORIAL, Sixth street, near Exchange.
Alex. J. D. Haupt. 10:30 AM, 8 PM. Morn
ing topic, "The War." Evening, "A
Glimpse of the Other World." Sun
day school, 12 M. Pastor's reception
Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock, at 175 Igle
hart street. Every member of the congre
gation ls expected to be present. Bible
study Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
NORWEGIAN EVANGELICAL, Canada and
Thirteenth. Thomas Nilsson. 10:30 AM, 7:30
PM. Text for morning's sermon: John x.,
1-10. Sunday School 9 AM. Ladies' So
ciety Thursday evening at 110 Atwater
street.
Methodist.
BATES AVENUE. Bates, near Euclid. 10:S0
AM. Rev. J. E. Hunter, evangelist, will
conduct services. Sunday schcol, 12 M.
CLINTON AVENUE, Clinton and Isabel.
Thomas Hambly. 10:30 AM. Sub
ject, "The Cuban War and Its Teachings."
Sunday school, 12 M. Epworth League
6:30 PM. Gospel meeting, 7:30 PM.
FIRST METHODIST. Dayton and West Third.
Rev. Frank W. Cowglll. 10:30 AM, 7:30 PM.
Morning topic, "The Terms of Christian
Dlsoipleshir. Evening, "Modern Cham
pions of Christianity."
New Jerusalem.
NEW JERUSALEM (Swedenborgian), Vlr.
glnia and Selby. Rev. E. C. Mitchell. 10:30
AM. Topic: "The Divine Compassion and
Our Need of It." Sunday School 11:45 AM.
Presbyterian.
BETHLEHEM GERMAN, Pleasant and
within 15c of Chicago to packers.
Representative Sales-
No. Wt.DgTPrTcll^ Wt.Dg.Prica
3 383 ..$3 6060 243 240 3 77%
21 166 80 57083 205 200 3 77%
* 405 .. 3 6013 193 .. 3 77_
T5 196 120 3 7562 276 .. 3 80
*5 182 200 3 7591 . „_.„ .232 . . 380
Cattle— Steady. The llghTruWwasWTeaiiTd
up at yesterday's prices. Good demand for
fat cattle and good stockers; common stockers
and calves very dull.
Representative Sales—
No. Wt. Price f^o. Wt. Price
Bulls— I Stockers and Feed
-1 450 $4 60'ers—
1 1,110 3 00 1 510 $5 10
4 ... 1.316 300 27 328 455
Stock Cows and 2 320 4 60
Heifers- ; 2 16 475
1 370 3 00 1 610 fi io
J 270 300 Butcher Cows and
2 680 3 25 Heifers—
2 615 8 25 1 1,000 3 25
1 660 3 35 4 1,072 3 35
4 647 3 40 1 1,240 3 40
1 310 360 Milkers and Sprlng
-7 417 3 55'ers—
Stockers and Feed-] l cow, 1 elf. 34 00
e T*~ 2 cows. 2 civs 65 00
2 420 3 00 1 cow, 1 elf . . 3103
% 465 3 50 1 cow 27 O0
° 455 4 001 1 cow. 1 elf . . 38 00
2 715 4 25|
Sheep— Good demand for sheep and lambi",
but not many offered.
MILCH COW EXCHANGE.
Lytle & Raeburn's Report— Good fresh cows
and springers, from 5 to 8 years old, steady
at recent high prices. Others about $2 per
? v. l ower ' - also more difficult to dispose
of than they have been for over a month
back. Dairymen's dry cows also slow of
sale.
Representative sales:
* cows $127 6012 cows $70 00
2 cows 80 00|3 cows 75 CO
NEW YORK STOCKS.
NEW YORK, April 23.— Today the ttock
market was "discounting peace," in the lan
guage of brokers. This was done by lKttng
prices a notch higher. The advance hesitated
at the opening, owing to a reactionary t n
dency in the London market, following t c
receipt of the rerort there> that tbe P-rls
had been captured by tbe Spanish and ihe
cruiser Topeka sunk in a colli-i?n. Wall
street was incredulous a3 ta the capture of
the Paris up to the time of the closing of
the exchange iTt noou. and the iden'ity of
tbe founden d vessel having been c tablishtd
as other than the Topeka, the market w.s re
lieved from that cause of drpr.s.ion.
On the other hand, much was mad' of the
capture of another Spanish prize by the
cruiser New York. There was rcporud an
active demand for securities In LoLdon, but
the buying here for London account' was
not large as prices here ruled above London
parity.
There were periods of reaction, but the
publication of the bank statement caused r3
newed buying, and lifted prices to the high
est. They were shaded off by renewed .-p
--prehension as to the safety of the Paris, the
closing being easy below the best, but at net
gains throughout, reaching a point in some
cases.
The volume of the dealings was not large,
the Industrials being favorites In the tradirg
especially Sugar and Tobacco. The Spiriti
stocks were alsp quite prominent.
The general feeling ln financial circles is
that the war ls not likely to be protracted,
and only some unexpected accident or disas
ter could effect the conviction that Spain
must speedily succumb to superior resources.
A feature of the day was the hardening In
exchange, demand sterling bills rising to 1 84
This rate, it is wleulated. precludes further
gold imports under present conditions.
. Total sales of stocks today were 122,400
shares. Including 12,049 Burlington; 3,270 Man
hattan; 8,170 Northern Pacific; 3,240 do pfd
-3,916, Rock Island; 11,715 St. Paul; 3.600 U^P*
D. & G; 4,125 American Spirits; 12,375 Tobac
co; 28,145, Sugar.
The following were the fluctuations of the
leading railway and Industrial shares fur
nished by C. H. F. Smith & Co., members
j New York stock exchange and Chicago board
of trade:
" § | £ i~
lilt
a S * B '■
•re*:***
; 1 ; ■__
S. R. &T. Co I 8% 3% 3%| 3%
Am. Tobacco 100% 103 100% 102
Am. Spirits 9% 10% 9% 10%
do pfd 24 24 23% 24%
Atchison 10%
do pfd 24% 24% 24% 24
Bay State Ga_ 2%
Bait. & Ohio 16 16% 15% 15%
Am. Cotton Oil 16%
C, B. & 0 89% 90% 89% 90%
G, &, C. & St. L 26% 26% 26% 26%
Ches. & Ohio 17% 18% 17% 18%
Chicago Gas 88 89% 87% 88%
Canada Southern 45
Col. Fuel & 1 17% i 17% 17% 17
CG. W 10%| 10% 10 10
Delaware & Hudson.. 105 | 105 106 104%
Erie I 11%
do pfd I 31 82%| 31 32%
General Electric .. ..( 31%| 31% 31% 31%
Great Northern Pfd ..I | | 144
Hocking Valley | 5%| 6%| 5% 5%
Illinois Central | 97%| 97%| 97%| 97%
Reaney. Rev. William C. Laube. 10:30 AM,
8 PM. Text for morning's sermon: John,
xvii-20 and 21. "The Communion of the
Children of God." Sunday school 9 AM.
Evening text: Matth., xvi-18 and 19. "Is
the Pope the Infallible Head of the
Church?" Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8
PM.,
GOODRICH AVENUE, Goodrich and Garfle:d.
10:30 AM, 7:30 I'M. Rev. Charles Scanlon. cf
Wheaton, Minn., will conduct both services.
Sunday school 12 o'clock. Midweek prayer
meeting Wednesday 8 PM.
WESTMINSTER. Greenwood and Winifred.
R. L. Darackman. 10:30 AM, 7:30 PM.
Topic for morning sermon, "Little Chil
dren." Evening, "The Surety of the Shoep."
-cieutl-t.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, Ryan building.
418 Robert. 10:45 AiM. Topi,-: "Forgive
ness as Taught by Jesus." Sunday School
12 M.
Splritunitst.
CHURCH OF THE SPIRIT, Central hall,
corner Sixth and Seventh. Percy Clifford
in tests and answering questions from the
audience, assisted by others. Every Sun
day, 8 PM. All cordially invited.
SPIRITUAL ALLIANCE, Odd Fellows' hall
Wabasha and Fifth. Frank T. Ripley, lec
turer and test medium. 3 and 8 PM. After
noon subject of address taken from the
audience. Evening subject, "Spiritualism
as a Religion and Science." Names and
messages from spirit friends at clote of
each lecture. Spiritualist christening of
three children at the opening of the even
ing meeting. Monday, 8 PM, Mr. Ripley
holds the last public test seance.
Unitarian.
UNITY, Wabasha, foot of Summit. Rev. A. R.
Hussey, of West Roxbury, Mass., will
preach at 10:30 AM.
EPISCOPAL CHURCH CLUB.
Knstertuic Meeting; to Take I'lnee
at Hotel Ryan.
Tbe Eastertide meeting cf the Church Club
of the Diocese of Minnesota, will ba held at
the Hotel Ryan tomorrow evening. There
will be a reception ln the parlors from 7
to 7:30 p. m., at which la"t hour dinner will
be served.
Hon. R. R. Nelson, who has recently re
turned from California, will p.eside. The
evening will be given up to a considexa-.icn of
the Diocesan Institutions of the Episcopal
church, which will be presented ln addresses
by the following persons:
Rt. Rer. H. B. Whipple, D. D., LL. D.,
"St. Mary's Hall."
Rev. A. A. Butler, "Seabury Divinity
School."
Rt. Rev. M. N. Gilbert, D. D., "Breck Farm
School and Our Elemasynary InstiLu'.ions.
Park Congregational Church.
Following are the exercises of the Park
Congregational church today:
MORNING SERVICE AT 10:30.
Anthem— "The Sun Shall Be No
More Thy Light" Woodward
Offertory— Tencr Solo and Chorus —
"I Will Mention Thy Loving
Kindness" Sullivan
Sermon— Subject— "What Wilt Thou Have
Me To Do."
EVENING SERVICE AT 8.
Anthem— "Come Unto Me" Coenen
Offertory— Soprano Solo— "The Re
surrection" Shelley
Sermon— Subject— "l Am Ycur Brother, Cojie
Near Unto Me."
Junior Endearorern Rally.
! Tbe Junior Christian Endeavor srel.ties of
the city will hold a rally thU afternoon, at
3:3 C o'clock, at the Central Prcsbyt rian
church.
Sco Line Cut Rates East
Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, $13.00: New
York, Buffalo, Syracuse, N. V., $13.00; Bos
ton, Mass.. Portland, Me., $15.00. Ticket of
fice, 398 Robert street.
I Jersey Central I 90% | 90%] 90% | 93
' Kansas _ Texas pfd.l 31 | 31 | 30%! 30 «
f" ad ■ • ••• i 29 |29 29 i 28%
Linseed Oil j 1.. ! I 14
Laclede Gas | 41% i _.%"_>% 41
Louis. & Nash | 46% 46%' 45 43%
Lake Erie & West...! I | 67
Leather pfd | 8 6%| 66%|"56% 56*
Manhattan Con 193j94 j93 94
Met. Traction 1 186% | 137%| 136 133
Missouri Pacific | 25%! 25% | 25%| £5%
Michigan Central | I | , i [o i/
,-. P - common ! 22%; 22% | 22% 22%
do pfd 159 I 69%! 59 59%
New York Central „ 107 ! 107% 1 107 1 107%
Northwestern | H6%| nG%i 116%, 116%
N. Y. Gas I ! j 179
North American j 1 ; 5
Omaha I "1 j Y£
„do P fd :::::: ::::::f:::::* US
Ontario _ Western ..| 13%| 13_i laa*' 14
tat??. ! m&
R d^ Pf d-www:! ffiWJN _j
Sl-_, lßlan^ I "* 84, /« 83%! 83%
on° Pfd Li 25%| 25% 25% 1 25%
Silver certificates ........ * cri?
It ug pL.^ eflnery '"! J L S% ! d & »<* "5%
;' m ™ 1 --"; 85%| 85% 85 | 85%
TL D aT^ifl C c oal !19 I 19 * i 19 "8
Un ' on P aciflc I 18%!"i9"i"i 8 % 19Vi
U S Rubber | 15%! 16% ii 6% 15%
W_h-_? UUnn '° n I S6%i 85%
ntw f °t ] 'T lnK Were the c]osln S Quotation's 01
Press: 8S "^P Ol " l6 * ** Associated
Canada PaciflcWT 75% St. P.. M. &~M~IvT
Canada Southern. 45 Southern P^c 3
Central Pacific ..11 v p rj ?. r>"' W
Chicago & A1t0n.. 152% Wheeling' & L . E. 1%
_. & li,. 1 49 (jo pfd w-7?
D- * R, Q 10 Adams Ex 97 ' 6
_*» Pj d 40 American Ex _M
F°w VS* Vi ■ 1^ U,,lted Stat « Ex! 37
L. E. &W. pfd .. (7 Wells-Fareo Ft 1111
Manhattan L 93% A. Cot OU nfd « _
Mf 1 -, B^ R , y " r6 Am LO Tob o acc 0 Pf p fl j:il J*
Michigan C*=>n7 . .liov t People's fii« <sW
Mobile _ Ohio .. 24% .on^Gas S W»l*
-«-}- o T . onrn - Cab:e COW.IOO
N Y P C *S- •>•■?__ , U,no ' 8 Steel • <*H
_ V F" £ S • L IV* Lead P fd 99_
d ° IJ P f fd 60 Nat. Lin. Oil 14*
O » * P n 5§ S ,lver 55%
O. K. & N 42 S. R A- T Si/
g- S. Line 26 Sugar pfd . . .' -3
Pittsburg Ifij; S. Leather .'.5 1
d^'i-ft J r!W 4 „• S - Rub^ Pfd. 61 *
do Ist pfd ESU R. G & W _
St- Paul pfd 143 do P fd P
h„ 5- ° maha - fi ß St. L. ft s. WW" 4
________ mo 1 do pfd ......;.;; 9
EONDS.
US. new 4e, reg.-18% N. Car, 6s ___"
do a c ? up *m do 4s '.'" m
J -. S - 4s 106% N. P. Ist es : 113
d ° ™up «» do prior 4s .... 90%
do s » do gen. 3 3 .... 57%
d 0 5»- re « 109% N. V., C.& 5.L.45100
do ds, coup 110% N. & W 6s lis
District 3 6:_ „112 N. W. conscl* W .'lily.
Ala., class A ....108% do deb. 5s 113
do £ 105 O. N. lsts WW.112%
d 0 C 95 do 4s fW?
do Currency ... 95 O. S. L. 6s t r 11s
Atchison 4s 86% do 5s t V I _k
do adj 4s ...... 57% O. Imp. lsts t.'r 104
Canada So. 2da . .IC4 do 6s t r Bt
C h '& B 0 m - *\iL P acl flc"Ss'of 'b5.'.102H
C. A: O. 5s 113 % Reading 4s 7xiZ
D. &R. Q. i 8 ts ..108 St.L.& LM.con.ss: 86
p.| n D.itVt.r.6l Vif****
_ v - ■■ 110 T. P. L G lata M_
do con. 6s ....103 do rg 2ds in *
lowa Central lsts. 97 Union Pacific '4s' BK
Misto^^ 1 - i 3 ■•s**£>* ™»• 106-I
M X _T. -JsW 1 8° W.s°t Itre'Vs'W
N V (ii;;— __!' 84, /*Va. Centuries ..63
N. Y. Cent., lsts.ll4 | do deferred ...'. 3
WEEKLY BANK STATEMENT
NEW YORK. April 23.-The weekly bank
statement shows the following changes
burpius reserve, Increase 18l"9 o>~,
Loans, decrease 7'Jqi-in
Specie, increase ..WWW 7885 800
Legal tenders, decrease " " 2 'w> ■'a-i
Deposits, decrease " ■WsoS'ioi
Circulation, Increase ...'., 14o'soo
The banks now hold *43\525,100 inexerw of
the requjremenits of tho 25 per cent rule
BANK CLEARINGS.
St. Pau1— 1688,643.68.
Minneapolis— sl,3o6,oS9.
Chicago— sl4,ool,64o.
TREASURY STATEMENT.
WASHINGTON April 23—Today's state
ment of the condition of the treasury shows-
Available cash balance, 5220,364,371; Kold re
serve, $180,427,878. * *
NEW YORK MONEY.
NEW YORK, April 23.— Money on call n m-
Inally 2 per cent. Prime merchantle paper
6%®7 per cent. Sterling exchange firm wltu
MNANOIAL
3» money _&?'
To loan on approved property ia
Minneapolis and St Paul.
5 o" 6%
In Sams to Salt.
R. M. NEWPORT Sl SON,
BROKERS.
C. H. F. SMITH & GO.
Memben 4 £ c , w Yor * 8t0 «* «x_»»_*_
I Chicago Board of Tralj.
Htocks, Hands, Grain, Provisions and Cotton
Private wires to New York and Chlcaao.
XOJ Pioneer Press Building, St. Paul, Minn
H. HOLBERT & SON,
Banker, and Brokara,
841 ROBERT STREET, ST. PAUL
SEED MERCHANTS.
Seed Merchants.
Timothy, Clover, Blue Grass, Red Top Mil
let, Hungarian Orchard Grass, Lawn Grass
etc., etc. Seed Corn, Buckwheat. Rye an
other seed grain.
Our Northern grown Garden Seeds are un
excelled. Garden Implements. Poultry Sun
piles. "
Write for prices, stating quantities wanted
Third and Cedar Streets, St. Paul, Minn.
LIVE STOCKS.
LYTLE & RAEBURN, CATTLE DEALERS.
Family and Dairy Cows a Specially.
UNION STOCK Y AKDV Branch, Midway
Cow Market, 2161 University Ay.. St. Paul.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Emma E Wollers and husband to R
Eisenbawer, It 14, blk 3, Siinson &
Ramsey's add $125
V Schlutter and wife to M S Weyer
It 12, blk 13, Sylvan Park add .' 100
Henry Payne to A Berry, lt 14, 15 and
16, blk 2, Supplement to Lake View
Park 1,500
Real estate transfers $1,723
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
'ir-i-ii leave a_u _rri/e st _L <__i as i_-
Icws:
I'XIO.I DEPOT, SIBLEY STREET.
riQtft TICKET OFFICE.
WOBTH^IL 109 Ea "* Tu,p « l Street.
" f{Ao^ 'Phone 1142.
Leave. I a Daily, o Except Sunday. I Arrive.
b9:ooam>... .Breck. Div. & b'ches...., bs :3spm
bS :20am .F'gus Falls Div. _ B'ches. b4 :3spm
fcS :2oam ...Wlllmar, via SL C10ud...: b6 :4spm
a7:Copm Breck., Fargo, Gd Fks.Wpg. a7 :4sam
al :30pm Alaska Limited I a6 :lspm
b4 :sopm ..Excelsior _ Hutchinson. .!bll :45pm
a8 :00pm — Crookston Express I a7 :3oam
EASTERN MINNESOTA RAILWAY.
■gjjjgj D"l»th and West Superior | gjjgg
jo%k TICKET OFFICE
n___f n 1 62 c - Third stre€t - ■* i
<£&C\\\L Union SUtian, St. FiuL
Milwaukee Station, Minneapolis,
Dining and Pullman Can on Winnipeg _ Coast Trains. -*
?*oiflC Hail, Dally; Fargo, Boxeman, **"*> Aii-Its
Unite. Helena, Missoula, Spokane,
Tacoma, Seattle and Portland, I:3opm 4:4opm
Bikota asi Manitoba Eijjcss, Daily;
Moorhead, Fargo, rerguip Fails.
Wahpeton. Crookston, Grand Forks.
Oration and Winnipeg 7:3opm 7:lsam
Fir.O Lo:»l, Daily eicept Sunday:
St. Cloud. Brainerd and Jp'argo 18:30 am s :ospm
'Kortii-Weslii- Liu"— G. St.?., Mil,
Office. 335 Robert St. 'P-one 480.
1-eave. I a Dally, b Except Sunday. 1 Ainve.
aS:_>am|.. Chicago "Day Express"..! bw 55 pm
b6 :3opm . .Chicago "Atlantic Ex"... all :3oam
_s:lopm .Chicago "S. W. Limited". a7:soam
b9 :2sam .Duluth. Superior. Ashland. l bs:ospm
all :00pm!. Duluth. Superior, Ashland.; a6:6oam
a9:3sam[.Su City, Omaha. Kan. City. l a6:sopm
b4:6opm!Mankato. New Ulm. Elmorejb!o:ooan»
a7:4spm|.Bu City, Omaha. Kan. City. l a7 :2sam
ST. PAUL & DULUTH R. R.
ffrom. Union Depot. Offlce, 1196 Robert M,
Leave. | "Dally. :Ex. Sunday^ fArrlvS
£X DULUTH 1213
*S;iop_ll WEST SUPERIOR, gjg
Trains for Stillwater: *0:00 am, *13:10 }2;i_
J4:OJ, '0:10 pm. For Taylors Fails: »:oo am.
tl;05 pm.
M., ST. P. & S. S. M. RY.
>-p-*ve. 1 EAST. "" A--.-.1-
J2opml... Atlantic Llmitea ida.ly)..; S:4sam
• .Q&aml.RhtnelanderLocal (ex. Sun.), 6:lopm
WEST. (
t. 10am ....Pacific Limited (dailv>...| 7:ospa
ISt. Croix Falls Local. Exceptl
I Sunday. From Broadway I
;:00pm| Depot, toot 4th St J 9:15 a»
I :2opm lGlen wood Local. Ex. Sunday.!
!_._. .JBJenwood Txh_l. Mp!i. ..|l2:ospa
BURLINGTON ROUTE?"
FINEST _______ o.\ EARTH.
I- or. STATION'S'"" Jaim- ro-.i
S:l6 a. ni.|. Chicago, except Sunday. .i]2ir.p._J
8:15 a.m !..St. Louie, except Suuday |
805 p.m. .Chicago _ St. Louis, da 11 y77 : is' a. in."
Ticfcet St. "Tel. :i_
Chicago Great Wsternßv.
"Tlie Maple Leaf Route."
Ticket Office : Robert St., cor. 6th St. I'lione 15a
liaius leave from St. Paul Union Depot.
IPK lly - WEx^Pt Sunday. Leave. Arrive.
Dubuque. C blown. Waterloo, ( ts.ioam 18.30 pm
Marsliailtown. Dcs Moines... 1 *s.io pm *7.45_m
St. Joseph and Kansas City.. | *B.lopm *ia_ow_
Mautorviilo Local -..53 pm "ib.isam
Chicago. MHwauk__ & S*. Paul Rillml
1 ic-Kft Ottic e. 3tij Rohert St. _ none. S3.
» u-il>. 11 r.X. yPt MlU'l.. L,v.> I' -. . >»« p
Chicago "Day" Express.... D6:loam bUi-.lupm
rSi'-f- ..* t,a . rt, £.-> a2 :sspm all :30am
Chcago "Fast Mall" a6 :sspm al :00pm
Ch.cago "Vestibule" Llm.. aS.iOpm a7 :soam
Chic, via Prairie dv C. dlv. M:4ot m'bn :16am
Peoria via Mason City... a4:4i.pm'all:lsam
Dubuque via La Crowe.... bS:lsamiblo7opm
_V,v Lo , u,s «od Kansas City.! aS:SRim' «6:25pm
Mllbank and Way I bS:2oam| b«:Sopm
Aberdeen and Dakof Ex . .1 a7:0Boml j8:1 sa m
WISCONSIN CENTRAL
r.itv >>ffli-e. :<7« Ktohpn St. Hnnm- %.. -;<t~
i* ay - e l, "lArrivo
StPaul! All Trains Dally. fSrPaul
I Eau Claire. Chippewa FallaWl
t:ooam[ Milwaukee and ChlaMo B:lsam
lAshland. Chippewa FallsWOsh-
T:4opml.kosh. Mllwnukpe and Chicago '4:lopm
M. & St. L. Depot— Broadway «. 4th.
MINNEAPOLIST ST. LOTTIS R. E.
"ALBEHT LEA KOCTE.'i
Leave, la Dally, b Except Sunday7| Arrive."
I. Mankato, Dcs Moines, Ce-. I
b9:lsam'..dar Rapids. Kan. City.. b6-40nm
bß:4samj...Watertown, New Ulm...i b4-6npia
b6 :oopm New Ulm Local Iblo'2oam
a7 :oopm .Dcs Moines & Omaba Lim.i a 8 66am
a7:oopm .Chicago & St. Louig Lim.| as.6sam
b4:4opml.Al t Lea A Waseca Local. lblO :3sam
/feS/ >_ -TTiJi^rr.. U ' r f rl '? tion » °r ulcer-lions
\gz4\rmmiA eoougion n.P 1 , v c°u 8 . n 'eni branes.
S GHmm.(k). g ontlT^ a^ utTia -
I^U!IIOINmi.O.C~| Nold by Dnißtau.
V % N-"* B '*'^ IK r ent in I» ,Bi n wrapper.
*^ X *— ' K/\\ ai y <vf xpr ?'i?'. pr «»' ai( '- f o«
_X_l VJ I* or S bottlep, »2.73.
» " Circuit ,ent «.. .pquaxi.
acual business In bankers' bills at $4.84 for
demand, and at $4.80 for sixty days* posted
I'B^®4-81 ' B^® 4 - 8^ 1 commercial bilis H7.
ra4. <9y«. Silver certificates, 56>[email protected]_. B*r
silver, oo%c; Mexican doilars, __.

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