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THE, WTLMINGTOK MEfeSiJS'GEK, FRIDAY"," AUGUST 28 1907.
LOCAL COTTON' MAXTET
Wednesday, .lueust 21.
Receipts of cotton tfay 0 bale.
Receipts same dayj last year 0
SPIRITS OTd TURPENTINE
ROSIN Firm. $3.10.
TAR Nothinc doine.
CRUDE TURPENTINE Hard,
$3.00; dip $4.30; virgin, $4.75.
T 6S casks spirits turpentine.
346 barrels rosin.
65 barrels tar.
12 barrels crude turnentine.
RECEIPTS S ME DAY LvtST YEAR
109 casks spirits turnentine.
296 barrels rosiat.
34 barrels tar.
112 barrels crude turnentine.
W. R. Cooper, Wholesale Grocer
Toasted "Lion" 24 lb size . . 14c
Fvuasted "Ariopa" 100 lb size 16c
Full Patent. . . j-Jj"
Sugar House Jc
N O. Mixed . . . 20c
N. O. Bright - 2-c
P. R. Straight.. . "J3
P. t. Fancy 35c
P. R. T3xtra Fancy 40c
100 fine (car lots).. , AIV2C
100 lb fine Oe?s than car lots). . 60c
Rock Salt 200 lb bags . . . . . . $1-40
Table Salt 100 !b bacrs llnn
Table Salt, 5c bass per 1C0 .... 3.00
Tee Cream Salt 200 lb bags ... 1.25
Fine granulated in barrels .... $5.00
Fine granulated in 100 lb bags. 5.00
Fine granulated In 25 1 bags . . 5.10
Fine granulated in 2 lb baers . . . 5.35
Fine granulated in 5 lb bags . . 5.30
Light brown sugar
Compound Tierce Base 9c
Pure Tieree Base 10c
CORN . .
- No. 2 mixed per bushel 77c
FUme mixed per bushel 80c
Whie, per bushel 80c
City per bag 5 1.4 5
Virginia per bag 1.50
No. 2 mixed per bushel 57e
White spring per bushel 60o
No. 1 Timothy per ton .. ..$24.00
No. 2 timothy per ton . . 23.00
Peanuts North Carolina prime
$1.35; extra prime, $1.40; fancy, $1.50;
Virginia prime $1.10; fancy $1.20;
CHICKENS Hens, 40c; springs, 25
PORK 8 to 10c.
BEEF On foot 2 to 3c.
SWEET POTATOES $1.25.
N. C. BACON Hams (old) 17c;
houlders 12 to 13c; sides 12 to 13c.
SHINGLES rer 1.000: 5-inch saps
$2.00; 5-inch hearts $4.50; 6-inch saps
$2.00; 6-inch hearts $5.75.
Per M. Extra milling. .$8 fu to i0 00
Mill prim 7 50 to 8 00
Mill fair 7 00 to 8 00
Common mill ...... 6 00 to 750
LOOS Select SS.00; No. 1 $7.50;
COTTON AND NAVAL STORES.
Beceipts of Cotton nnd Naval Stores
it the Port of Wilmington Yester-
W. C. and A. 6 casks spirits tur
pentine. 145 barrels rosin. 21 barrels
tar, ? barrels crude turnentine.
A. and Y. 3 5 casks snirits turpen
tine. 137 barrels rosin. 41 barrels tar,
5 barrels crude turpentine.
Whitlock 27 casks spirits turpen
tine, 64 barrels rosin. 4 barrels crude
Total 0 bales cotton. 6S casks
spirits turpentine. 34 6 barrels rosin,
65 barrels tar. 12 barrels crude tur
pentine. Last vear 0 bales cotton. 109
c&sks spirits turpentine. 296 barrels
rosin. 34 barrels tar. 112 barrels
NAVAL STORE MARKET
New York. August 21. Turpentine
firm. Rosin steadbr. , '
Charleston and Savannah markets
THE STOCK MARKET.
New York, August 21-Operations on
the stock exchange -were the smalies.
in a fortnight while the market move
ment was narrow, with a heavy under
tone. The recent speeches of Presi
dent Roosevelt and Secretary Taft
were again the topic of general discus
sion, but there was a dispositon to re
gard them as matters of secondary
iniportance. Conditions abroad, the
local money stringency and the failure
of two commercial houses, one of them
an old established grocery firm, were
among the day's adverse influences.
Shares of the Interborough Metropoli
tan company and affiliated lines were
again conspicuous for their extreme
weakness, declines being accompanied
by a renewal of rumors of receiver
A slight addition to our gold! ex
ports of the early week was announc
ed, together with a smart advance in
demand sterling, London traded on
Movements & Quotations Local & Foreign
Financial News &
both sides of the market, ber purchas
es and sales being about equally divid
ed. Almost the only hopeful feature
of the day was the news from Pitts
burg and other industrial centers that
some of the railroads had renewed
construction and general improveent
work after a protracted period of re
trenchment Railroad bonds weie
heavy with no change in governments
on call. Total sales bonds were 1SG1,
000. Total sales stocks 338,300 shares
New York, August 21. The cotton
market was much steadier today and
trade was more active. The close was
steady at a net advance of 11 to 13
points. Sales were estimated at 0J,
NEW YORK DKV COUHs
New York, August 21. Jobbers were
active today and t'.ie special sales
drew a very large number of buyers.
The primary houses received many
orders for printed and bleached cotton
goods through tfie nwV.s. The gener?.:
tone of the market is excIkmt.
U. S. .M oitiLi: !....;..
IT. S. refunding 2s registered . . 105
U. S. refunding 2s coudoii . . .105V2
U. S. 3.s registered 102
U. S. 3s couosnn 102
U. S. new 4a registered 126
U. S. new 4s coupons 1'2QY
American Tobacco 4 C3 "
American Tobacco 6s .'.'. 971
Atchison adjustment 4s s?1
Atlantic Coast Line 91)"
Baltimore and Ohio 3's . . . . 90
Baltimore and Ohio 4s 97
Central of Georgia 5s 102'
Central of Georgia 1st Inc. 85
Central of Georgia 2nd Inc .... 65
Chesapeake and Ohio 4Vs .. ..100
Denver and Rio Grande 4s . . '. 93
Erie prior liens 4s 93
Erie gen 4s 80
Louisville and Nash. Unified 4s. 97
Norfolk and Western con 4s ... 941
New York Central. gen. 3Us S8
Seaboard Air Line 65
Southern Railway 5s .102
CLOSING STOCK LIST.
Adams Express 150
Atlantic Coast Line . . " '. 804
Americoju Cotton Oil prd 85
American Express 180
American Locomotive 503,
American Locomotive ntd . . . . 99
American Tobacco pfd cer .... 75
Anaconda Mining Co .. 44
Atchison pfd 90
Baltimore and Ohio 88V2
Baltimore and Ohio pfd . . . . 81 "
Denver and Rio Grande 23
Denver and Rio Grande pfd . . 65
Erie pfd '. 52
General Electric 123
Kansas City Southern 23
Kansas City Southern pfd . . . . 504
Louisville and Nashville 1051
Norfolk and Western 69
Norfolk and Western pfd ..78
Rock Island Co 18,
Rock Island Co pfd . . , 41
Southern Pacific . . 82
Southern Railway . . . . , 15
Southern Ralway pfd 57
Standard Oil 431
Texas and Pacific 24
Tennessee Coal and Iron .. ..135
Virginia Carolina Chemical 19
Virginia Carolina Chemica pfd. 95Y"
Western Union . . . . 75
PORT MOVEMENT OF COTTON
. Galveston, net receipts 200 bales.
New Orleans firm at lZVc; net re
ceipts 622 bales.
Mobile quiet at 13c: net. receipts 1
Savannah steady at 12c: net re
ceipts 134 bales.
Norfolk dull at 13Voc: net receipts
Baltimore nominal at 13c.
New York steady at 13.35c.
Boston steady at 13.35c.
Philadelphia steady at 13.60c: net
receipts 25 bales.
Memphis nominal at I3c: net re
ceipts 40 bales.
St. Louis qmiet at 135,e: net re
ceipts 160 bales.
Cincinnati, net receipts. 58 bales.
Louisville firm at IZVaC.
Total today 1.440 bales: gross re
ceipts 1.484 bales: shipments 1,759
bales: sales. 34 bales: stock, 61,867
KXXIJIPTS AND EXrORTS.
Total today, at all ports Net re
ceipts 1,007 bales: exports to Greajfc
Britain. 1,755; stock 284.136.
Consolidated at all ports Net re
ceipts 5.365 bales: exports to Great
Britain. 2,641; continent 1.094; Ja
Total since Sept 1st at an porta
Net receipts 9.849,525 bales: exports
to Great Britain. 3.756.374; France
S92.834: continent 3.405.144; Japan,
New York. August 21. Receipts
of cotton at the ports today 1,007
bales against 1,061 last week and 8.
514 last year. For the week 12,000
bales against 8.280 last week and
49,414 last year. Today's receipts at
New Orleans C22 bales against 771
New York. August 21. Cotton spot
closed steady 10 points higher; mid
dling uplands 13.35; middling gulf
13.60: sales 1.000 bales.
Futures opened steadv and closed
Month Open Close
August .. . w .-.11.00 11.24
September .. .. ...11.16 11.32
October ...11.75 11.91
November '. 11.95"
December 11.90 12.05
January . . . .12.00 .12.14
Februarv 12.02 -12.171
March .. .. "...12.08 12.23
April .. ...... ...12.12 12.25
XfSy ...12.26' 12.32
Other Market Reports
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Chicago, August 21 Cor.il -mation of
the damage in the s.V'-ng wheat by
frost caused prices to advance on the
local exchange today more than three
ceir: s above the closing quotations of j
yesterday. At the close September
wheat was. up 3 1-S to 3 l-4c. Corn
was up 1 l-2c. Oats showed a gain of
1 3-4. Provisions were o to 7 l-i.c
Chicago. August 21. The leading
futures ranged as follows:
Open Hieh Low Close
Aug 88. 88
Sept 81 90 87 89
Dec 92 95 92 95
May 98 101 98 101
Sept 57 58 56T 57
Dec 54 55 54 55
May 55 561 55 56
Sept 4951 50 48 49'
Dec 47" 48 47 47
May 49 4 9 4 8 49
Sept . ..1580 1580 1580 1580
Sept . .. 885 892 885 890
Oct . .. S97 905 397 902
Sept . . . 852 860 852 860
Oct . . . 862 870 862 867
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour firm: No. 2 sprintr wheat 97
98c: No. 3. S9tl97c: No. 2 red 85
l88c; No. 2 corn. 57 (3 c; No. 2
yellow 59Sc: No. 2 oats. 49c:
No. 3 white. 42?754c: good feeding
barley 60 T? 67c: fair to choice malt
in er 6 8 di 7 2c: No. l northwestern
$1.1 S: prime timothy seed $4.25:
clover contract grades $15.00; short
ribs sides (loose) $8.45 n' 8.65: mess
pork per bbl $15.7515.80: lard per
100 lbs $8.82: . short clear sides
(boxed) $8.6272) 8.87U: whiskey
basis of high wines $1.31.
New York, August 21 Money on
on call steady l2'Vz per cent.,
ruling rate 2'r. closing bid 2; offered
at 2V2. Time loans very strong;
sixty days 6V per cent., ninety days
7 7 per cent. Six months 7 per
cent. Close: Prime mercantile pa
per 66 per cent. Sterling ex
change strong with -actual business
in banker's bills at 4.8775 for demand
and at 4.8310 for sixtv day bills.
Commercial bills 4.82c. Bar silver
68c. Mexican dollars E2.
J LIVERPOOL MARKET.
Liverpool, Augus 21. Cotton: Spot
small business done,, Drices one point
lower: American middling fair 3.13:
g'ood middling 7.77: middling 7.23;
low middling 6.83: good ordinary
6.09; ordinary 5.49.
The sales of the day were 5,000
bales of which 500 were for (Specu
lation and export and included "4,700
American. Receipts 9.000 'bales, no
Futures opened auiet and closed
firm; American middling G. O. C.
August 6.87; August and September
6.75: September and October 6.58;
October and November 6.54; No
vember and December 6.52; De
cember and January 6.51: January ;
and February 6.50: February and!'
March 6.51; March and April
6.52; April and May 6.53; ji ay
and June 6.54.
NEW YORK PRODUCE.
New York. August 21. FLOUR
firm with better demand for both,
grades. Rye flour firm.
CORN MEAL Flrss.
RYE Barely steatc
WHEAT Spot strong: No. I red
92c elevator. Options 23c net
higher. September 9Se: December
$1.03; May $1.06.
COIIX Spot strong: Xo. 2. 630
elevator. Options l(o;ic higher.
September Cooic: December 64;
OATS- Spot strong: mixed 31c.
LARD Steadv: refined steady,
R CE Steady.
SUGAR Raw. Reflned quiet.
COFFEE Spot dull. unchanged.
Futures 10 to 15 points lower.
BUTTER AND EGGS Firm, un
changed. HHSESE Steady., unchanged.
POTATOES Irish easv $1.50
2.25 per barrel; sweets firm $3 5.50
CABBAGES Firm $3.50(5)6.00 per
COTTON SEED OIL was about
steady with a moderate trade in fu
tures, prices unchanged.
P O 52. T. u3L .
! Legislature to restrict railroad fares 1
j has not restricted Mr. Harriman's am- j
bition Mr. Harriman still wants to '
own all the railroads. Philadelphia j
Heavy, impure blood makes a muddy
pimply complexion, headaches, nausea,
indigestion. This blood makes you
weak, pale, sickly. Burdock Blood bit
ters makes the blood rich, red pure
restores perfect health
A good many of us find it easier to
see good in a big trust than in the
man who touches us for a dollar and
then forgets to return it. Washington
CASTOR I A
. Vox Infanta and Children.
Tbe'Kind You Have Always Bought
o n as
SPEECH BY GLEI
Feature of Corner-Stone Lay
M WALLACE WEDNESDAY
More Tkan 4000 Persons Were
Stone of New Church Laid
impressive Mansonic Cere
monies Governor Glenn the Ora
tor of the Occasion Big Picnic
Dinner Served Rally
of the New
Between three and four thousand per
sons were in attendance on th exer
cises ar. Wallace yesterday n connec
tion with the laying" of .he corner
stone o the Baptist churci at that
place now in process of erect 'nn. There
was a great outpouring of thr people
from til the surrounding s-sctions and
the event i.? declared to hae been one
of the mc&t successful ani enjoyable
that nas ever occurred in Wallace
From this city there were a large num
ber who went up to "Wallace on the
morning train yesterday, returning
last night, and every one had only
words of praise for the beauty and im
pressive nature of the ceremonies, and
for the easy and successful manner in
which everything was pulled off.
The cornerstone was laid with the
impressive ritual of the Masonic order,
members of St. John's lodge of this
citj being in charge of this part of the
exercises. A stand was erected on
which the orator of the occasion, thp
officers of the lodge and a few others
had seats, and in front of this stand
the great crowd stood while the cere- J
monies were in progress.
The exercises began promptly at
noon, with the singing of "America"
by a quartette composed of the fol
lowing gentlemen from this city:
Messrs. Joseph and Greene Fenlcy,
Gilbert Foard, and A S. Holden. Mr.
A. H. Yopp was accompanist. Fol
lowing this there was a cordial ad
dress of welcome delivered in an elo
quent and sincere manner by the
mayor of Wallace, Mr. A. L. McGowan
The orator of the occasion, Hon. It.
B. Glenn, governor of North Carolina,
was then presented by George R. Ward
Esq. Governor Genn spoke for more
than an hour, delivering one of his
characteristically eloquent and ear
nest talks, in which he dealt with the
many vital problems concerning the
moral and industrial upbuilding of the
state. He referred to the temperance
question and gave it his most earnest
endorsement. Governor Glenn can al
ways thrill and entertain an audience
and he appeared to be at his best yes
terday, he having been given close at
tention throughout his entire speech.
After the address of the governor, a
tremendous picnic dinner was serve.!
and it is estimated that nearly 4,000
persons were fed from the abundantly
filled baskets provided by the ladies ot
Wallace. The dinner was delicloui and
plentiful and hundreds of complimcnLj
were bestowed on the gracious ladies
who had prepared so extravagantly
for the pleasure of the town's guests.
Following the dinner the ornei -stone
was laid with the impressive
Masonic ceremonies, the officers for the
occasion being as follows:
Grand Master, John S. McEarhern;
Dei ..ty Grand Master, B. A. Merritt;
Senior Grand Warden, M. W. Jacobi:
Junior Grand Warden, E. I). Sloan:
fi.d Treasurer, W. P. Oldham;
CfriJ Secretary, A S. Holden; Senior
Gtar.r! Deacon, J. M. Taylor; Junior
Grand Lieacon, J. S. GrcDr"- Grand
Stewards, H. S. Meredith ana W. B.
Cooper; Grand Tiler, R. H. Bradley;
Grand (Marshal, C. E. Weathersby;
Grand Tiersvant, William Struthers;
Jrand Chaplain, Rev. J. A Smith. All
of the officers are members" of the
order from this city, with the excep
tion of Messrs. Weathersby of Faison.
and Bradleyof Raleigh, who is Grand
Tyler of the state Grand Lodge
Rev. J. B. Jenkins of Raleigh, after
the exercises had been concluded, con
ducted a rally in behalf of the church
building fund and a creditable sum of
money was realized. The new build
ing will be a handsome and commo
dious structure and it will reflect
great credit on the progressive Bap
tists of Wallace and their faithful
minister, Rev. J. A Smith of this dt7.
Tfc;.jsc Yea K- A.'A3
ALL GAVE BOND
Men Ctiarsed With Criminal Care
Ie$ne In Cauinr Collision.
(Special to The Messenger.)
Raleigh, X. C. August 21v Today
Division Cbief Train Dispatcher B. P.
Ketchum and Dispatcher Victor Pan In
of the Durham division of the Souih
era railway. Engineer William W.
Rippy and Conductor Oakley, of ihe i
Southern, came here and pare them
selves up to Justice Separk. He bad
Issued warrants for them chan;lnr
manslaughter for criminal careless
ness in causing the collision at Au
burn, ten miles from Raleigh. August
Cth, which caused thre deaths.
Bonds of a thousand -Jollars. were
given In each case, all the men charg
ed waiving examinali n. Their caw.
may be tried at the September term of
criminal court here
Will be Able to Go to Summer Home
Whetfield. X. H. Aug 21. Ex-President
Grover Cleveland, who has been
ill during most of the summer at his
heme in Princeton. X. J. is expected
at his summer home in Tanvworth be
foie the week closes. He has so far
recovered, it is stated, that he is now
able to travel. Mrs. Cleveland and
the children will be here with him, and
if Mr. Cleveland's health permits, the
whole family will remain until late
in the season.
R--caic(l From Jail.
Columbia. S. C. August 21. J. Al
len Emerson, under sentence of life
imprisonment for the murder of
Thomas F. Drake on August 11th.
1906. made his escape from the An
derson county jail earlv this morn
ing. One thousand dollars is ofCored
for his capture. The killing of
Drake resulted from the discovery
of Emerson bv Drake in a compro
mising position with Drake's daugh
tre. After the Exposition.
Early last June the Chronicle said
that the end of the Jamestown exposi
tion was to be different from that of
any exposition held in this country
inasmuch as the grounds and buildings
barring the War Path and other show
buildings would be perpetuated. It is
an open secret that it is the Intention
of the government to take over the ex
position grounds and to convert the
grounds into a great military and na
The fact that the great pier so slow
of completion, is being built as a per
manence, gives color to this rumor.
Endorsed by the County.
"The most popular medicine in Ot
sego county," and the best friend of
my family," writes Wm. M. Dietz,
editor nd publisher of the Otsego
Journal, Gilbertsville, N. Y. "Is Dr.
King's New Discovery. It has prov
ed to be an infallible cure for coughs
and colds, making short work of the
worst of them. We always keep a
bottle in the house. I believe It to
be the most valuable prescription
known for Lung and Throat dis
eases." Guaranteed to never disap
point the taker, by R. R. Bellamy's
drug store. Price uOc and $1. .
Trial bottle free.
Success in Melon Raising
Mr. A. L. Ivey who lives near Max
ton, on the place of Mr. W. S. Mc
Nair, of Maxton, was in Lumberton
Mr. Ivey is a very successful melon
raiser. From twenty acres he has got
ten so far this year eleven car loads
of watermelons and he will get two
or thre more car loads.
For the eleven loads car loads
ranging from 1,000 to 1,500 melons
he has realized $1,595, net.
The first ten cars sold averaged $151.
Successful melon raisers have realized
handsomely for their melon crops this
If you have kidney and bladder
trouble and do not use Foleys Kidney
Cure, you will have only yourself to
blame for results, as it positively cures
all forms of kidney and badder diseases
Jos. C. Shepard and J. Hicks Bunting
Mr. John Temple Graves is too gen
erous. He is for everybody for presi
dentWashington Herald. '
Piles gget quick and certain relit!
from Dr. Shoop' Magic Ointment Its
action is positive and certain. Itch
ing, painful, protruding or blind i;lies
disappear like magic by its use. Large
nickel-capped glass jars 50 cent?. Sold
by Robert R. Bo'lamy.
Mr. Bryan has put his government
ownership issue in pickle, but the conn
try makes a wry face in anticipation.
Ten Tears In Bed.
"For ten years I wa confined to my
bed with diseases of my kidneys,"
writes R. A. Gray, J. p., of Oakrille,
Ind. "It Was so severe that I could
not move part of the time. I consulted
the very best medical skill available,
but could get no relief until Foley's
Kidney Cure was recommended to me.
It has been a Godsend to me." Jos.
C. Shepard and J. Hicks Bunting Drug
There was little news on the report
ers regular run. "I've got' to turn In
something to make goodf he mused.
After a moment's thought he elected
another successor to Corey Philadel
Ths arrivals and departures are riv
en as Information, as well as connec
tions with othr companies: but arrival
and connect Ions ar not guaranteed.
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Trains Nos. 42 and 41 carry Tillman
Sloping Cars between Wilmington anffl
Washington, connecting with Pennyi
vanla H. It. for all point eamt. Also
between WMlmlngton and Norfolk.
Trains Nos. 4 8 and 49 carry innman
Parlor Cars between Wilmington anO.
T. C. WIllTH.
General I'a-sxeng'-r Airent
W. J. CRAIO.
Passenger Traffic Manager!
THE CAROLINA BEACH A1JD
SOUTIIPOKT STEAMBOAT LINE.
Boats leave daily at 9.15 a. m. and,.
2.30 d. m.. except Saturday. '
J Leaves Saturday at 4.30 a. and'
k 2.30 p. m.
I Leaves Southport dally except Sat- -
urday at 7.00 a. m. and 11.45 a. m.
leaves Southport on Btturday at- '
7.00 a. m. and 4.45 p. m.
Carolina Beach daily except Satur
day. Boat leaves 9.15 a. m. and 2.4C
p. m. Train leaves Beach at 12.45 a--m.
and 6.00 p. m.
Leares tor Carolina Beach on ScriA''
dajtj at 9.30 a. m., 2.30 p. m. and 7.SC
Leaves for Southport on Sundays s
9.30 a. m. and 2.30 p. m.
J. W. IIAIIPEK.
Jy 7 lrn
1 Meat Chipper
Meat sliced while you 3
wait, any thickness de-
sired. So much sweet- 3
er than canned meat, 5
TRY IT I
I S.W. SANDERS
Clyde Steamship Company
From New York.
S. S. Navahoe.. Friday, August lttlJ
S. S. Carlb Friday, August 22lQ
To New York.
S. S. Navahoe . . Saturday, Auguit
S. S. Carlb .. ..Saturday. August 13
s. s. Oarib .. t. .Monday. August
S. S. Navahoo .. Monday, August 11
Throueh bill of lading nnd lowa
throueh rates guaranteed tr and frocs
points In North and South Carolina. J
For freight and passage a ply to
H. G. SMALLBONES, Supt.
Wilmington, N. Q
Oeneral Freight Agent.
THEO. O. EOER, V. P .& G. M.
General offices: Pier 3C N. Hi
Branch 290 Broadway. N . Y.
It3 Isi Vtt Ha linn EcJ