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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 January 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 17. 190 L ' Established 1882. 5 ifcJt Kfef ™* Pi ipffiT*uf%?i ■' T T jgTa^, r '£j[ ■'"■■ . fiw^ 9 ft ' I^9 'HH " *■■ i Kflrfl j Bjw BS") «mi ' JiJ IPBuE&JSif ' LAwi KB * "'^ '*Hm'jf "Bf *' 191 *■ Ejh ■§ Kffh_B Wearing Apparel is ovir Specialty. Bargain Friday Men's Clothing. ,j£b A few small lots of cassimere Pants, very nearly all '.'.Wt I';' sizes. "$2 and $2.50 values: Bargain $1.00 T«7 Friday „ JL ■2*Fw* t>lk A few fancy ; lined Ulsters in black and brown— : '*&*"'■'*% most all sizes. Values as high as $15. $*y 7^ fcjggfi2. ><"-■ v,..,:r...... ••-..•• v-,:-:-W .T? - ■ '^'>£<^*wS3 A number of lots in single and double-breasted sack i^L^WC!^^ styles; you can surely be fitted in some <JiQ 5A JrVl''''-1^ of them" An 18 suit for •• • • • -3r v Iw-tfrf^a-' Wool lined canvas Vests, all sizes, value .*% C K''l-'V?i|r1 1 $1.25. Bargain Friday ...v..■-'• i^JC' Tvlll^W^ Suits, Overcoats and Ulsters (/broken JR^ 50 lfli#»^^4 sizes), value ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 January 1901

6 CITY NEWS Will Be "Warmer—The local weather bureau predict* fair weather with rising tern-. p«raturt>. .Milder weather prevails in the territory northwest of Minneapolis, and by Friday morning a change should be felt here. Jenkg Bankruptcy Case—Richard A. Mabey, special referee, is taking evidence at the federal building in the famous Jeaka bankruptcy case. The creditors are endeav oring to have the order discharging Jeuks iroui his debts set aside. The testimony re lates to the ownership of certain mining 6 took. Mayor Will Pass on 'Km — Mayor Ames is reported to have instituted a new regime iv connection with the granting of saloon licenses. In the future the applicants will be obliged to satisfy the council com mittee ou licenses of their fitness and gen eral good character. The mayor also »s to pass upon each individual case. (■rrat it. A. Uaiiqnel-The general committee of the Royal Areantini. which has in charge arrangements for tae coming ban quet, met last juight at the ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 January 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 17, 1901. YERXA You can buy from our fresh, new, clean and desir able stock at lower prices than anywhere else. I Coffee. Always fresh—decidedly the best by from Be to lOcper pound- roasted by ourselves In the Blue Flame Gas Roaster. - Fancy Rio and Santos Klss Kobai Blend, a delicious Mocha and Java flavor; .it cannot be matched at other stores «a unless you pay3sc;.-our price. .V..": ..... L tLQ HOlfnian HOUSO This pleases Aft. everybody; per pound WW* rv y : Butter. We have a large stock of Fresh Dairy "Butter just received. i'rices, 16c, 18c and 20c. FRESH EGGS. $f§ll§ ill Fine Grade Sweet Born .Sc 1 dozen to each order. New Persian Dates pound 5c Evaporated California Peashes p»a^;:-...:...,..8c California Prunes pound 3^l Strawberries fsrst."!. .....9« Raspberries P pers cla ed 8c Fancy Red Apples bo? 1 Bic Honey &...: 13c Pure Fruit Jelly XL 10c Peerless Market. Salmon Steak 15c Halibut . 12% c Crappies 7c White Fish 10c Mountain Trout 10c Pike 9...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 January 1901

8 DAY OF WHEAT PIT WEAKNESS 1 •*, May Broke -to a New Low Price Mark. ' BROKE UNDER 74C AND RALLIED Corn Showed Strength and Closed tlltfber Coarse Grain Market*. : Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. . 17.—Wheat had another bad day, breaking off a full cent up to noon, May selling at 73Ji@ 7 s i\ It was yesterday's etory repeated, with foreign markets lower, continued liberal receipts at northwestern points, and-*an. in creased tendency towards liquidation on the part of tired bulls. May opened a shade oft' mi 74?i0 and sold down to 74@74%c on the Brat break. There was repeated effort to rally, but the market was not responsive. Liverpool was "id lower. Argentine wheat was reported selling Md lower In Liverpool, a loss of I'd since Tuesday. These lower Argentine offerings arise from the official Argentine crop report, estimating a total of 106,000,000 bu, and placing the exportable eur-' plus at 72.000,000 bu. The Price Current says of the crop in this country that mild weather w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 January 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 17, 1901. yt//f fZIW/n^/V f^r*^*^ *J T^l* * *%* f°r °ther businesses> why not for yours? There is no reason /i ll :^r-%^M^Lm^^m-MMjJ^ #S 2J I MiififJ iMM tVIOP Why money s P ent in advertising should not be as advantageous :."'!^ !^ . /-! '^^V". +' M***MM'-^^ +^J **> V^l/l/W A AAAAAg^ for you. TRY AN AD ON THIS PAGE. \ copper ore in Wisconsin DIM.OX STARTLES GEOLOGISTS La Cronse.Miin Has a Vein in \«*r non County Which* Prove** It* Worth. *mw York Aim Snmofxt Sarvlom. Chicago, Jan. 17.— D. C. Dillon of La Crosse, Wls., has discovered a vein of cop per In that state which he says will yield an enormous output.- He has shipped sev eral carloads to this city, where it has been handled by the Chicago Copper Re fining company and has yielded from $48 to $55 a ton. \\ \ .: If Mr. Dillon's assertions as to the de posit prove true, the statements of geolo gists to the effect that there was no ore in the badger state, will be set at naught. The land upon which...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 January 1901

10 BIT IT DOESN'T. Many Have the Erroneous Idea that Fat Makes Fat One Reason of Cod Liver Oil's Popularity Nevertheless a Decidedly Wrong Im pression. Fat taken into the stomach does not niaka fat. Thousands of physicians have prescribed cod liver oil for wasting diseases and ali troubles that show themselves in a decline ol' weight. Physicians know that the fat or *rease is not what is necessary to make fat or tissue. They also know that it is one of Uie main things that make cod liver oil im practical in many cases. The fat is too rich to be digested by a stomach weakened by disease. When cod liver oil is given, often the oil passes from the body in exactly the same •late in which it is received. The reason doc tors prescribe cod liver oil is that it contains certain curative properties. It is to take advantage of these same curative properties that they have so often tried to force their pattents.to take this horrible, greasy, vile ■melllng, nauseating remedy. There are but few ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAK FBICE TWO CENTS. 'EYANS TIDE IS RISING Looks Like Victory for Bob To-night. HIS COHORTS ARE FIRM J-ast Night's Evans Meeting Started the Spurt. DESPERATE EFFORTS TO STOP IT But They \re Fntlie—The First Dis trict Vote Likely to Settle It. Five candidates are feverishly awaiting the action of the republican senatorial caucus to-night. Will there be a nomination to-night? Who will win it? Those are the questions that are every where asked and variously answered in St. Paul to-day. The most frequent answer made Is this: "Yes, before the caucus adjourns to night it probably will have named the man who will succeed the late Senator Davis." His name? Robert G. Evans. If death and taxes are the only sure Representative George J. Mallory, Duluth— ' Gil Hartley came down to-day to whoop it up for Lowry, but I'm still for Evans. things in life, political predictions are the most uncertain. But it is safe U> chroni cle the prevailing opinion. During the last two days...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 January 1901

2 CAPE NOME'S POET Sam C. Dunham, Whose Home Was Once in Minneapolis. HIS VIEW OF THE NOYES CASE Railroad in Alaska Ha a Already More Than Paid It* C'ont of Construction. ial to The Journal. Wuoington, Jan. 18.—Sain C. Dunham, supervisor of the Alaskan census,. is an old Minneapolis man. Eighteen years ago "he was one of the court stenographers in Hennepin county, when John v. Wooley v,as county attorney, and his successor was (Jeorge P. Hitchcock. Mr. Dunham -pent about two years in Alaska, and • vslule there he turned poet and became ihe laureate of the territory. His verse has appeared from time to time in the news papers in Dawson, Nome and other towns, ,and as far south as Seattle it has been in considerable demand. Finally he has got all of it. together preliminary to publish i in book form. Three thousand copies he book have been subscribed for in i>aweon -alone, or more than enough 10 defray The cost of publication. Next month Mr. Dunham will take his manuscript to i??ew ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 January 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, i „ Jt V AR T 13, 1901. 'BE" WAS A WOMAN Death Reveals the Secret of a Tam many Politician. MASQUERADE FOR TWENTY YEARS Murray Halls Wife Quarreled With Him Becaneie He Uot OriuiU and Caroused. Mew York SunSpoofsl Smrvlem .' New York. Jan. 18.—in the death of Hurray Hall, proprietor of an employ ment agency at 145 Sixth avenue, a re markable state of affairs is disclosed. Hall died > from cancer of the left breast, and when Dr. William C. Gallagher made an examination he found the victim to be a woman. Dr. Gallagher learned from other occupants of the house that "Mr." Hall's wife died a few weeks ago, after a married life oi twenty years. Many who had known Hall for years have never suspected that she was not a man. Hall was a professional bondsman, poli tician and ell around sport. He was a member of the Tammany association of the fifth assembly precinct and was well known to every politician on the west side of the city. .Mrs. Murray Hall's maiden name was Hobbs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 January 1901

* THE, JOURNAL ■ LUCIAN SWIFT, j J. S. McLAIN, ' ■ MANACJEU. t ;k .:,-.,■ KDiTOK. '. \;: } £ \ TII B JO L X >.A I. i« published i every eveniug:, except Sunday, at ! }: 47-40; Fourth Street South. Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. ■■.'.■. ;{- c. j. Billson, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NBW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building, CHICAGO OFFICE—3OS Stock Exchange building. SI BSCKIFTIOJJ TKRMS Payable to The Journal I'rliitinij t »• Delivered by Mall. [ '■' i . ", ! One copy, one month..../.... *.. ... $0.35 '•: One .copy, three months. 1.00 One copy, six m0nth5.................' 2.00 | One copy, one year ..... '.*..'. ..'•"/.....• 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents ■ One copy, one. m0nth.........;..._, 35.cents 1 Single copy .' .7 ."'......... 2 cents CHANGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their i former as well as present address. *;' , . . . COATIXUED All pape...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 January 1901

Friday evening. January 18, 1901. Northwestern Mines NEW ORE IN CDSTER Property Once Sold at Sheriff's Sale to Satisfy Debts. tONG TUNNEL JDSI COMPLETED father Lode on Sunset Peak to Be " .Worked—Coeur d'Alene Sli- : . ■'(.- 'r ver-Lead Output. Special to The Journal. Wallace, Idaho, Jan. 18.— Ore was struck last week on the lower level of the Custer in the long tunnel on.which work has been in progress for about two years. From 1890 to 1892 the Custer was a regular shipper. A concentrator had been built and a tramway two miles long put up to get the ore from the mine to the mill. From its crude ore the mine paid profits to its own ers,: but the mill and tramway never paid. With the labor. troubles of 1892 the mine was closed and later the tramway was abandoned and the concentrator sold to the Sixteen to One. There were some debts against the property and it was sold •at sheriff's sale to satisfy them, Finch . & Campbell, who control the Standard, Hec la, Sixteen to One and othe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 January 1901

,*-!■- 6 CITY NEWS Will Doctor llrcmen—Dr. A. K. Nor ton, the retiring health commissioner, hae been selected by the board of directors of the Fire Relief Association as surgeon of the association. l<sree Vaccination — People desiring 8 tree vaccination will find the medical staff of the board of health in one of the ground floor rooms of the city hall between the hours of 6:30 and 8 in the evening. o'Donndl L,eave«— John O'Donnell, the newly appointed commissioner of labor, Uauded in his resignation yesterday as sanitary inspector on the Minneapolis board or health, the same ro take effect iinmeal utely. l'lace for Uleasou—James Gleason, a member of City Clerk Lydiard's staff for the past two years, will take the place of assist ant secretary of the fire departmeut ou Feb. 1, displacing Fred Cady, who takes Joe Ellis" position la the city clerk's office. Fell From Fait Train—Harry Hamp ton, 222 E Grant street, fell from a moviug train yesterday at Desota, Wis., and was fatally I...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 January 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY IS, 1901. YERXA Saturday, Market Day. Careful and prompt deliv ery guaranteed. Tel. 353. Coffee. Always decidedly the best by from 5c tolOcper pound— roasted by ourselves In the Blue Flame ti as Roaster. . \*, Fancy Rio and Santos E! Isi Kobai Blend, a delicious Mocha and Java flavor; It cannot be matched at other store* a« unless you pay 35c; our price...... ..!.,£ &6 Hoffman House tms phases aa^. everybody; per pound ..OUw Regan's Cafe Sf6r 40c Teas ST: 3le!, b p Miiarda &sff«Wb^J^.i6Oc Dii Map Sweet Dairy, in jars, 00* Dtfffef lb 16c, 18c and ZIC EGGS JnV 026"'^ 17C Fine Grade Sweet lorn > Ec .-..,:-■ i dozen to each order. ,» ,-.,..*.. New Persian Dates round. 5c Evaporated -California Peaihes \A*^'.... ..........8c California Prunes p0.»«...3&s Strawberries Ers^i 9e Raspberries pre can ed 8s Fancy Red Apples KffLßle Honey 13c Pure Fruit Jelly £. : 10c Pure Lard L b ...:.:.;.. 8&e Oranges Sweet Mexican i^o 15c California ■-.., ....... 2...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 January 1901

8 As An Educator The Journal's Home Educational Library, con= sisting of 15 volumes of The Journal's Home Study Library, and 18 volumes of The New National Dic= tionary, Encyclopedia and Atlas, cannot be over= estimated. A prominent principal of schools says, experi= ence has taught him that scholars who have this great work in their libraries at home, will grade at their examina* tions at least ten per cent higher than those who have not. It answers every qnes= tion that may come up in connection with their studies. If you could hire at 10c a day a man capable of answering any and every question upon which any member of your family wanted infor* mation, you would think you had struck a bargain, would you not? That man does not exist. No man would be equal to such a task. 0 The Journal's Home Educational Library gives you more than 1,000 of the world's greatest edu= cators who combined, can, and do answer all questions. For book of specimen illustrations and* pages showing style of ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 January 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. JANTJAEY 18. 1901."' Chapman's %f Bth and Nicollet. 10th Annual Clearing Sale ' Before Inventory. For Friday and Saturday: l aan Crosse&BlackweU's Strawberry aa. Wain and Blackberry, reg. sp'l, jar _UC lon* Campbell*!, llb glass jars, reg- IA ValH ular 20c, this sale, per Jar....'r.. IcS | A ||_ ' Homemade Crab Apple, reg- I ft* USliy ular 15c. special per jar ......... IUC Gelatine 'lson's Sparkling Kng- n UOlflTllie list), special per package... 06 PkA*«UiA Huyler's baking, . QQ_ UllOCOlaie res. -luc. special per lb OOC lallu Dai—ila* Chelsea, fruit flavors, ! ueiiY rowoer makes m pints Q. "jelly, regular 13c, special per pkg..|JC Prunells p^.^val^..l9c Da«aL«> Extra large yellow Craw- l«_ reaCneS fords, reg. 20c. sp'l per lb 101 Shelled Walnuts 'fSSS c 33s n AHK , A Cmi Ait very fine, regular 'Jsc bongo oauce i<m bottle, to s u ° - • introduce ...... IOC nL AU , flltMui Cross & Hlai'kweU's, S A - bnOW UnOW quarts.special, jar 44C Caiim Solder's Tomat...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 January 1901

10 fkiftL PLATE 307 Nlcollet Avenue. CLEARANCE SALE ■| A great many of our best winter Shoes in broken lines are going at ' Very Low Prices : Storm Ladies' 75c uavy blue broad- j Men's $1.25 high cut .■"jy#|" cloth Uvergaiters, 7-but- M £g[ Overshoes, sizes 10 to 12 is%#%£ .ton, sizes 13 to 3. This g %f%? coin toes, Saturday 5a1e.................... : v . ; I Men's $2.00 and 83.00 Calf, lace and ,Ladies' $2.50 and $3.50 fur lined, fur ; . congress, many kinds, but 'all! sizes, .trimmed^ Carriage jit* £■*£&£%' on ' big table, y' A**/ ■■'■ f%^% Boots, broken sizes. JSfb g m aJf SIM special?, at only, ■ffilr« (Or gjp- This 5a1e;.........:T^ - - - : v per pair...v^.iV. .!:f.T| i ',' k - -; r"<'-> Ladies'Bl.2s Felt, Button'and Lace, I Men's $2.00 felt lace and congress leather sole, some kid mm B*^ Shoes, rubber be- gH'S if A foxed, all sizes. Clear- £ £$ig£ tween soles. This Jfr g a*W*qUr ance price | sale ..:...........^^ Ladies' 82.00 and #1.75 Yici Kid, Men's $5.00 best ena...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 January 1901

"'FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 18, 1901. 1 GOLD placed-on- table of America's Best Champagne. "SPECIAL DRY." "BRUT." Gold Seal may be placed on the table of , the most fastidious connoisseur without $Sl?li^™llP^' fear of criticism or comparison with any I imported champagne. "I U B^^^ Then why pay twice as .much- for foreign label? HQBggPj Order a Case for Your Home. i^=b.l (l* Q at I Ask for it at your club and cafe- Gold Seal. i|§§l|j c J J°^P M Sr vWj* I is sold by all first-class grocers and "wine Hi Special DIT I "^chants. rlssi 9/,/ tit/Pc?* I*vl CAUTION— caution oar patrons to beware •HHI <^/&tego*r t} of cheap carbonated wives called "champagne:" fg|| ?Afai**-£L They are usually low grade native .wines arti- !|feMgM|Matfl £ nca4lly charged with carbonic acid gas. URBANA WINE CO., URBANA, N. V., | SOLE MAKERS. RAILROAD RUMBLES. Bl VS COASTING FLEET Canadian Pacific Reaching Out for Alaskan Truffle. Special to The Journal. Vancouver. B. C, Jan. 18. — pur chase by the Canadia...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 January 1901

lltti GRIP VICTIfIS THOUSANDS ARE PROSTRA TED Mills, Factories, Railroads, Stores and dearly all Industries are Crippled. I know of no treatment that will so speedily clear and heal all the air passages of the head, throat and lungs as my Inhaler. Used in conjunction with my Cold and Grip Cure, all forms of grip can be cured and pneumonia averted. The Inhaler gives instant relief.and the Cold and Grip Cure drives the disease from the system. —MUNYON. This treatment checks discharges of the Nose and Eyes, stops sneezing, prompt ly relieves the Throat and Lungs, allays Inflammation and Fever, and tones up the system. IP YOU HAVE A COLD, TRY IT IP YOU HAVE THE GRIP, TRY IT IP YOU HAVE A COUGH, TRY IT £F YOU HAVE CATARRH, TRY IT IP YOU HAVE SORE THROAT, TRY IT IP YOU HAVE WEAK LUNGS, TRY IT THOUSANDS HAVE BEEN CURED GIVES INSTANT BELIEF AND POSITIVELY CURES. Cast Aside All Other fledicines and Treatments for Twenty-four Hours and Give This New System a Trial. TEUSOXAL LETTERS ANSWERED, ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 January 1901

JFRIDAY EVENING, JANITAEY 18, 1901. McLaughlin Special Prices With one pound of our 25c or 30c Coffee or with 2 packages of our XXXX at 15c per lb. To show the Trust our Coffees can not be kept from the'people W E SELL GROCERIES AT THESE PRICES: "Granulated Sugar $1.00 98 lbs. gas* Flour, $1.90 Our large grocery at 451 and 4i")3 Waba aha street, St. Paul, is for sale to any good grocer, after which our goods will be sold exclusively through the retail grocers In that city. SPilisbury's Best XXXXfr Flour, $1.88 vUWUduUI per pacKage Wv ■Navy Beans £££&$....0 c Rutabaga iStr. 8: 25c lallv i'ure home-made, fruit A Jwllj "per tumbler ..7... OS Eggs^o, I6c nrrh Best Gloss lare ifll* JlUlUl lump, 3 pound* for BUG Mafrliae Jiest Parlor, @ n illalCllcS 12 boxes for. OC Lima Beans perVar. 8c C0rf1^c5:.::..;:;:;.;.:..6c WUIU per can QC Tnnui^nAc standard- 3:lb; 7« 1 UlualUCS cans, per can....... f Q Raspberries ) Preserved in A c t. . I heavy syrup 111/* Strawberries V and put up in |llr P...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 January 1901

v MINNEAPOLIS MAY SELLS AT 74C The Wheat Market Lacked Spirit To-day and Continued to Drop. PRICE DRAGGED TO LOWER LEVEL The General Market lor Grains Was Dull Without Leading Feature. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 18. Wheat wa» on higher range early, but did not hold. May sold from the opening at 74\© ~47 »c to 74>*e, recovered and held at 74 V at noon. The market opened firmer on more favorable foreign news and was stubborn against decline, but bearish aggressiveness did not cease, and the price sagged notwith standing. In the firmer opening the market followed Liverpool, where the weakness ap peared to have spent Itself, early cables coming unchanged, with second advices showing He to V*c recovery. The good ex port trade yesterday was a help to senti ment and northwestern receipts ran below last year ior the first time in several days. For the week Argentine shipments were 648, --000 bushels, against 784,000 last week, and 688,000 a year ago. Broomhall cabled that the ...

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