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Market Well Supplied With Stock Prom Mexico, Florida and ^ ii California. ' Produce Rules Steady With Droop ing Tendencies on Some * - , Lines. liooal jobbers have made unusual efforts to lay in seasonable goods for the holidays end the rauge of varieties Is larger than for several jriurs jmst. Florida oranges have been a scarce commodity unoii this market since the freeze no In that state several years ago. but this season's arrivals make them a favorite anil the trade is buying them freely. Mexicans are in generous supply. California is urging in heavy shipments, both of navels and seedlings, and of good quality for uch early arrivals. Japanese persimmons are Klw in market, but the public taste has not yet boen educated up to a heavy consumption. Grapss are moving out freely, being a standard with northwestern consumers. Cranberries show a steady advance, with tudieatlons that the limit has not yet been reached. Sweet potatoes hold to a Ann basis. Bananas are unchanged in price - nd will be in heavy supply for the holiday sea on. Apples show a shade lower range in price, knt'will undoubtedly firm up as soon as goods |n common storage are out of the way. The biggest tr:ide ever know on new nuts, ligs and dates is reportable. Country dealers generally are anticipating a large demand' and loading up on these lines accordingly.' The butter market semes to have reached top on all lines. Values hove held steady all the week, but some effort has been required to pre vent sagging features coming out. The make has not Increased, but the supply of cooler stock Is very heavy, and Is bound to have a depress ing inf.uer.ee upon the future. f Eggs are firm. The cold weather will have i tendency to reduce production, and- the demand will hold to normal proportions until values reach a prohibitive basis. Cooler stock is going Into the hands of restaurant, baker ami hotel trade, and givinc good, satisfaction, although not bringing as high prices as anticipated earlier In the season. The dressed meat market has weakened during tin* past few days. Veal receipts have been very heavy and more or les. of an accumulation is In Right this morning. Mutton is lower, more, largely due to the fact that packers have forced out iieaTy supplies than to any excess of country receipts. Fish market is .higher, receipts, being extremely moderate. Arrivals of rabbits are n.ovlng out freely. Poultry shows peculiar con ditions. Turkeys are very high and it can hardly be expected that values will hold up around pres ent figures for the Christmas trade. A year ago to-day fancy dressed tnrkejs were quoted at Ik- per lb, as against i:Vjft14 to-day. Whether conditions will warrant such high values remains to be seen. Evidently country buyers are hold ing back stock in hopes of a still higher price. While it is not the intention or desire to predict the future, a careful study of conditions points to the possibility that the holder of turkeys who waits until tha last minute to dispose of his Merchant's State Bank \3r:CliAiLdBiJ^i Selling of Cash Grain . ,. - Our Specialty. Advances made on Consignments, Orders for future delivery executed in all markets. Reference, commercial Bank and twelve years In business. Correspondence Solicited- 814-815 Chamber of Commarca. SIXTH MONTHLY DIVIDEND DEC. 15th. Little Falls, Minn, Capital $50,000. First class Loans ma'eon Improved Farms In Morris County for Eastern People, nettingti per cent. Interest collected. Abstracts care fully examined. Choice Mortages always on band. Correspon i ence solicited. J, F. WHALLOJf, OKO. P. CASE. STOCKS, GRAIN, PROVISIONS. Mamma J R!T EMBERB-i ChtoBQo Board of Trader I Mpls. GhnmbarQcmtnoroa Private Wire to New York and Chicago. i CHAMBER F COMMEliOa FRE'EMIRE & SWAN old-tinn- features that California-Nevada Mining Company. 6 0 PER OERT PER AftNUM GU9RAHTEED SMKS 1 PER CENT PER MONTH ON PAR VALUE UNTIL MILL IS COMPLETED. $30,000,000 BLOCKED OUT READY FOR A 200-TON PKR DAY PLANT CON- THE MILL, and the Hoodlum claim, which TRACTED FOR, and will be in full operation adjoins the Old Victor mine, yet to figure on. not later than April 1st, 1903. PRESENT PRICE 75 CENTS PER SHARE. PAR VALUE $1.00. Fully paid and non-assessable. Do not fnl to Investigate this proposition, for the more you investigate the more stock you will want. Write for prospectus. W. H. BALDWIN & CO., BROKERS AND FINANCIAL AGENTS, 49-60-51-62 VOLCKERT BUILDING, ALBANY, N. 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Consultation and examination Free and strictly confidential. Office Hours8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays10 a^ m. to 1 p. m State Electro-Medical Institute 301 Hennepin Aveaue, corner third Street, Minneapolis, Minn. longest established. Thoroughly reliable. Authorized by the laws of the stale. HEOS.0.M.BAOLET, . A CASE. Y6*Stodl Exohanfla Up-OBEnBUILDING* ' Lc Tow Office, COMMISSION WILLIE PAID BY THE hav SATURDAY EVENING, ** stock will lose money by the transaction. All the large coutracts are made find filled a week before Christinas, and most of the stock sold the last few days goes to small dealers who have not the capital to lay In supplies far ahead. Of course, in the event of a general scarcity, values will hold up, but a repetition of the ex periences of some years, when the great bulk of the turkeys were marketed tbe last week is like ly to prove a money loser to the bnver and shipper. PRICES A T HIG H RANG E Passing the Top Figures for Eigh teen MonthsA Brisk Holiday Holiday Business in Sight. New York, Dec. o.Bradstreet's for the week says: Seasonable winter weather, hitherto conspicu ously lacking, has come very much into evidence this week, with the result of expanding retail trade in whiter goods, rubbers and wearing apparel generally. Killing frosts have about put a period to the marvelous fall season of 1002. and in the south the cotton crop may be said to be made, so far as further growth is concerned. AH the usual seasonable changes have about come to pass. The dairy products and produce generally are higher, lake navigation Is about over, iron ore shipments have ended after the greatest movement on record, and the wheat crop lias gone into winter quarters, with a fair covering of snow in northern latitudes and with a very general satisfaction ruling through much of the admittedly large acreage. "Hessian fly damage to some of the early sown and too rank growth la the southwest are the only complaints beard of. Threshing is about completed In the northwest and farmers display more willingness to part with their products. Cold weather from now on is needed to Insure the largo amount of corn expected as the result of rxjiort and borne demand. "The year's approaching end finds prices well up to the highest point in eighteen months, though meats, an Important element in food supplies, are steadily declining on good re ceipts. Xext to the expectations, already partly realized, that an enormous holiday business wiil he done, the most notable feature is the prac tical unanimity of opinion that a large ship ping trade is in-prospect, ground for this being furnished by the unprecedented volume of such business already booked. The feature In the foreign business Is the turn in corn exports, which have at last begun to expand after fifteen months of scarcity, high prices and trifling shipments. "In the wholesale dry goods, good spring trade acts as a supporting feature for some lines, but it Is noted that poor exior business" has affect ed brown and bleached cottons, which can be had at easier quotations. Wool Is strong and aetive and still tends higher, while the manufacturers are busy on orders. Shoes are in better demand at: retail and with jobbers, but manufacturers j August ... September October .. November Total | 12,004.0001 5,300,000 .are quiet as yet and eastern shipments 10 per cent behind last year. Hides are rather weaker as the receipts increase, but good, desirable leather is firmly held. "Iron trade conditions are qxiieter, in keeping with seasonable changes. ' This quieting down has strengthened the feeling prices are to rule at next year, and hence all buyers who can af ford to hold off are doing so. Foreign iron still holds the balance of power in the east, but the control is not expected to continue long. Wes tern furnaces are in better shape to do work, the breaking of the freight congestion helping coke supplies, but this fuel is still far from plentiful. Foundry iron is slightly lower for next month's delivery and it is noted that spot supplies of southern iron still bring $23, while contracts for the last half of 1903 are being made at $19. Steel rails are still actively in demand. Hardware is still quite active, a fea ture being liberal ordering for next spring's de livery. Among \he other metals tin and copper are stronger." The action of Carter's Little Liver Pills is pleasar\"C mild and natural: They gen tly stimulate the liver and regulate trie bowels, but do not purge. ,They are sure to please. Try them. 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Its enemies are those Doctors or Special istse whwo envious of all treatments that p eare n more successfulothern tha their own Duluth. 56.000 1,691,000 6,710,000 4,447,000 FLAX CHOP FIGUKES The Northwest Raised 25,000,000 Bu. for Market, Says Duluth Commercial Record. Not More Than 70 Per Cent Has Been Moved in to Terminal Points to Bate. Minneapo- I Duluth. Dec. 6.The Dally Commercial Rec ord of this city, which makes a specialty of flax, had the following lii its last Issue with reference to the flax movement of the crop year to Dec. 1: The detailed flax movement to Minneapolis and Duluth given below gives one a fair approxima tion of what to expect from now on, and con firms beyond question the low crop estimates pre viously giTen. Leaving Chicago receipts out of consideration, as the tendency has been to draw more and more from the northwest, and treating tie-northwest separately, we find that on the 1890 crop Duluth and Minneapolis to Dec. 1 had received 88.8 per cent of the total, from Aug. 1 to the following August. In 1000, 78 per cent had arrived by Dec. 1, and last year 71.1 per cent. Taking each year separately, it will be 'remem bered that in 1899 weather conditions during September, October and'November were extreme ly favorable to the movement. This entire north western country was short beyond the actual amount raised. Owners of flax thought the price too high anyway, and consequently could not get the flax to terminals too quick, and by Dec. 1 the movement was practically finished. The year 1900 was the rainy year. It rained all of September and half of October. The short Interest in October here had advanced the price to $1.88 and the country was doing the best it could to get flax in. The fact that.only 78 per cent was received by Dec. 1 was because: a large part of the balance was under the anow or still uncut. Last year the country was fairly anxious to get and keep flax moving, and on Dec. 1 the interests In control thought the percentage moved was fully up to the previous average, and the movement that year more nearly represents the normal movement than the two previous years. This year, however, we know that flax: is being held to a larger extent than ever before, and we feel entirely warranted in- making the as sertion that not 70 ier cent of the flax crop has been moved to terminals. On this "basis the two markets will receive 26,000,000 bushels, as comoared with 21,643,000- bushels last year. If we allow 1,000,000 bushels as duplicated from Minneapolis to Duluth, a liberal estimate, it loks as if the northwest had raised 25,000,000 bushels of flax for market. Add to this 3.000,000 bushels from Iowa and the southwest, and you have 28,000,000 bushels. Our minimum estimates were 26,000,000 to 27,- 000,000 bushels, and we believe the 28,000,000- bushel figure below rather than above what the total will prove to be. lis. j Total. 1902. 142,000' 1,411,000 1.732,000 2,015,000 fancy.6^M7c: ood, old roosters and culls, 6c ducks, heads off. 12c geese, fancy, heads off, 9%?10c culls. 6S7c , DRESSED MEATSVeal, fancy, per lb. 6i,Sc fair to good. r%@6c thin, small' or overweight, 4@5e mutton, fancy. 5@5%c lambs, pelts off, fancy, 7%c hogs, light, 7%c,* medium, T^c heavy, 7'4c. RABBITSJack, dozen, $3.00 cottontail, dos en, $1.00. FISHPike, large, per lb, 8c small and me dium. 5?ii6c crappies,, medium to large, Sc small, 6@7c pickerel, 4@6c bullheads, skinned. 5@6c. TOMATOESCalifornia, four-basket crate, $3 @8.26. CABBAGE Home grown, fancy, per large crate. $1. POTATOESPer bu, dmall lots, 40@45c car lots, No. 1, sacks extra, SBc medium, sacks ex tra, 25c. SWEET POTATOES-Cobdens, per brl, $3(3! 3 25. NEW HONEYWhite, fancy, 1-lb sections, 17c choice. 1-lb sections, 15@lCc. POPCORNOld rice, per lb, 4@5c new rice, lb, 2@3c. D'UTEl) PEASFancy yellow, per bu, $1.75 medium, $1.50 green, fancy, $1.75 medium, $1.25 marrowfat, $2.50. DRIED BEANSFahey navy, per bn. $2.50 choice navy, $2.25 medium, hand-picked, $1.85 medium, fair, $1.25 brown, -13.25 fair to good, .$firstname.lastname@example.org. APPLESJonathans, per brl $5 Ben Davis, $email@example.com Kings, $3.25 Spies. $3.25 Russets, $2.75@3: Winesaps, $3.25: Missouri Pippins. $2.75 Willow Twigs, $2.75@3 Baldwins, $2.50 @2.75 Greenings. $3.25. WEST COAST FRUITSPears, Winter Nellis, $2.50: quinces, per box. $2. ' LEMONfr-VerdllHs, per box,. $4.50 Gallfornia, fancy, as to size, $5: choice. $4.50. PEARSKiefers. per brl, $2.50@3. ORANGESMexicans, per box. $3.50 Califor nia navels, as to size, $4.25 California budded seedlings, $3.50 Florida Brights, $3.75 Florida Russets. $3.50. CRANBERRIES-^-Per box. $firstname.lastname@example.org. GRAPESMalagas, per keg, $email@example.com Cataw has. pony basket, 22c. BANANASFancy, large bunches, $2,75 me dium bunches, $2.25tfg2.50 small bunches, $2( 2.15. VEGETABLESWax beans, per bu. $firstname.lastname@example.org egg plant, per doz. .$email@example.com radishes, per doz bunches, 45@50c - lettuce, per doz, 83c let tuce, heads, per doz. 75c: mint, per doz, 25@ 30c: cucumbers, per bn, $1.25 celery, per doz. $firstname.lastname@example.org turnips, per bu. 40c carrots, per bn. 23@30c. HIDES A$D F1JKS REVIEW OF THE MARKET BY THE N0RTH- WESTEHN HIDE AND FUR CO. Hides. %c lower on all kinds. Further de cline expected. Tallow. %c off. These, declines are on account of increased receipts. No change on other goods.' Green salted heavy steer hides 10^4 9U Gren salted heavy, eow hides 9 8 Green salted light hides 8% 8% Green salted calf, 8 to 15 lbs IQ14 9 Green salted veal kip 9 714 Oreen salted long-haired or runner kip 8 dxi Green salted deacons, each ........450 40' Green salted horse or mule hides, large :- Green salted or green frozen horse or mule hides, medium 2.50 Green salted horse or mule hides, small 1.7Q Dry flint M6ntana butcher hides. 12% Dry flint Minnesota, Dakota and Wis consin hides (flat).. .....15% Dry flint calf skins .16 Dry flint kip skins 12% Green salted pelts, large to small, each ...20 Dry flint territorial pelts, per lb ..... 9 w Tallow, in cakes Tallow, in barrels ....... Grease, light Wool1, medium, unwashed Wool, fine, unwashed Feathers, goose ... Feathers, duck ... Feathers, chicken Total, 1901. 198,000 3,102,000 8.442,000 6,462,000 18,204,000 OFFICIAL QUOTATIONS OF THE MINNE- APOLIS PRODUCE EXCHANGE. Saturday, Deo. 6.Extra creamery butter, BUTTERExtra creameries, per lb, 28c firsts, 20MJC seconds, 21@22c: dairies, extra, 25c firsts, 22e: seconds, lT@18c roll and prints, fancy, 20@2lc roll and print, straight lots, 17 ff18c packing stocfc, 14%@16Vac fancy ren ovated, 22c. EGGSStrictly fresh, eases included, loss off, per doz. 22%c strictly fresh, case count, 19c checks and seconds, per doa, loc cold storage, candled, ItfVic at mark, 18%c. CHEESETwins or flats, fancy, per lb, 134c twins or flats, choice. 12c daisies, fancy, 13c brick. No. 1, 13c brick. No.:2. 9c No. 3, 7@ 81? llmbtirger. No. 1. ll@12e limburger, No. 2, 8@0c pultost. 9c primost," No. 1, 8c block Swiss, *So\- 1, 14e '-wo '*2, S}49c round Swiss,. No. 1 13@18%e No. 2. 8%@9c Young Ameri cas, fancy 12V@13c ^choice, ll@ll%c. LIVE POULTRYl"urkeys, mixed coops, 10c turkeys, thin, small, 8c hens, "Tc roosters, old and young, 5c springs, 9Vic ducks, spring white, 0@10c ducks, colored, 8c geese, 7@8c. : DRESSED roULTRYTurkeys, : fancy* mv drawn, 13%g:Uc choice, ll@12c culls, 6@7e chickens,, spring, fancy, lie springs, fair -to good, 9@10c hens, fancy, 8@9c hens, fair to 693,000) 1,206,000 5,610,000 7,773,000 15,391,000 GENERAL PRODUCE steady packing stock, steady. Strictly fresh ffgs, steady. Fancy country dressed veal, weak. Poultry, firm. ' Green fruits, steady. New apples, steady. Potatoes, firm. Cheese, firm. You Make No Mistake When you use Journal Want Ads only 1 cent a word under any heading. Noth ing less than 20 cents. Will Cost $407000,000. The World's Fair at St. Louis in 1904 will be more'than twice as large as the Chicago World's Fair. One gets a full view of the grounds and buildings from the car window on the Minneapolis & St, Louis railroad. Take the famous "Xorth Star Limited" to St. Louis or Chicago. THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTJBNAff. Total, I 1900. I Total, 1899. 207,000 1.750.000 4,235,0001 3,800,000 93,000 2,237,000 5,478,000 3,089,000 9,992,0001 10,897,000 W e This is the first stock that our firm has ever offered for sale andwe assure you that we believe abso- lutely in the future of THE DOYLE AIR BURNER COMPLY, or we would not connect our name with it. THE DOYLE AIR BURNER IS THE ONLY PERFECT COMBUSTION that has ever been inventedO RA^ES MAKES NO SMOKE AND USES FIFTY PER CENT LESS FUEL TO GET THE SAME AMOUNT OF HEAT THAN ANY OTHER STOVE O R FURNACE MADE. The factory the company now has is running night and day, and cannot fill one one-hundredth part of the orders that could be had, If delivery of goods could be guaranteed. - Send InYour Subscription Far Stock Now DO YOU TRADE IH STOCKS GRAIN OR COTTOK? if so, we offer our services, as brokets, for either cash or marginal transaction^. - ' Purchasing upon extremely moderate margins stocks in multiples of 10. shares upwards* grain.,in lots/of 1900 bushels up wards cotton in lots of 100 bales upwards, j Every convenience at any and all of our offices for the prompt and efficient hand ling of orders. Let ua present you^ with a free copy of our 400 page cloth-bound illustrated "GUIDE TO INVESTORS" and our "DAILY MARKET LETTER." Advantageous to investor and specula tor alike. Correspondence solicited. HAIGNT & FREESE - No.1. No. 2. $3.00 2.00 Established 1890. STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN, COTTON. "Determining the character and financial responsibility of your broker, Is as import tant as the selection of right stocks." ! Detre ft Webber Go. Farm Machinery ami VlhlAlae Are now located in Volllwl09p their new ware house, Washington and 8th Aves. N. Any car going north from the Nic ollet House corner (Washington and Hennepin), will take you directly to their door. - Finley Barf ell & Co Brokers In Grain, Provisions, Stocks and Bonds. Members New York Stock Exchange Denman F. Johnson, Mgr. 408 New Ohambar Oommsroe Building. TelephoneMalny 1982. T. C.,J $2000..-T-A 103 PHOENIX BUILDING. good. 8-ro^in house with city water-and gas. it has been painted inside and outside and has a new roof. The lot is 45-foot front and has five or six fine, maple trees. This is located west of Park Av., and inside of 25th St. It is a bargain. ^4AA~An east front lot at 18th bsCUll AV..S. andd 34thtoSt., ^ 1.T5 1.00 10 14% 10 80 10% ...... B ^ -_ - i3%@15% ......11 @12 - .40 @45 ..35 @40 .. 2 3 w w W. C. ALLAN 128,leve l an up gradex45 . 219 Kasota Block, $1550 for eight-room bouse near Plllsbury av and 29th at $1700 for utue-room house .near Bryant ay and 28th st. $2200 tor good, house .near Blaisdell ay and 25th st. " : i $1300 for good eight-room house, on Eleventh av S near Lake Bt: rented for $15., $975 for house.near ISttr av and 24th at. . $2000 for two houses near 16th av S aid 27th",s't.' $2600 for modern house, large lot, within, two blacks of imirerBlty grounds. ' $2600., for nine-room, partly modern house near Third av SB and 1'ijlvevalty ar. ' $550 only for nlf-e 44-foot lot oh Lake st, "block from Chicago av. $260 for cornerlolot onr Chlcapao av.d $425 for1 good t nea 17th v an 28th it. ? $^50 for flue east-front lot on, Bryant av S near 32d st. - h. ^ - * ' " H . %,i *, " Desire to call the attention of investors to thwei Doyle Air Burner Company's Stock. ^. ca ^ s and believe that under able management,, this stock should develop into a V - thou v WE HAVE TO OFFER Fifty Thousand Shares of Non-Assessable Doyle Air Burner Compan y Stock at Five Dollars per Share, par Value Ten Dollars. be Boom 8, Chamber of Commerce, Minneapolis. Minn. Main Office, - 53 B'way.N.Y 2732. hesitation that we consider this stock a gilt-edged investment, t * wonderful dividend-payer, and the stock worth par. ' " ^ K.\ w ,, A Power in Northwestern Development The one great essential needed for the further and best development of the Northwest is to attract to this region the very best class of settlers* The farm ers O f the great Middlewest are the ones to interest* Orange Jtidd farmerwill put you in touch with these people. More than any other weekly farm paper published, Orange Judd Farmer has the eyet earx and confidence of the thrifty producing masses of the Middleand Centralwest* 70,000?!% Paid Subscribers -i^ is what you get when you buy space in Orange'jfudd Fanner* "Girculation guaranteed under sworn documents. ALL ADVERTISEMpTS GUARANTJEED. For further information write or call U^on GEORGE B. BRIGCS, Western Manager ^ BARNES BROS., Orange Judd Farmer, WU3 Marquette Bldg, Ghica&o mmmmBmm - = BANKERS = - We have choice Farm Mortgages for sale netting 6 per cent. Money inrested in these mortgages are as safe as in a savings, bank, and elfaw twice as much interest. , ?- i V.We have unequalled facilitiesTfpi*1bastifrig on short notice. - " .#- ^ ?- ~^tkr- &**y& r? .& MM&4>^kMkS ONEIDA BUILDING. H'4wdSi&^, ^nm-f^L in^ptoper^es Befor e QA S *&ffi^h STOVES R Brokers TO TfrADE For inconiebearing property' In either St. Paul or. Minneapolis a valuable fruit ranch-in Southern California, San Ber nardino county. This property consists of 64. acres, partly in. soft-shelled walnuts and the balance mostly in oranges and lemons. There is a lb-room house with bath, etc. Value of the property $60,000, and at a conservative estimate will net 10 per cent on cos*. For further par ticulars-write-or see - - -: 41 6 Endicott Building, St Paul, Hifli/ htittmi) st,c k e -j i "