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Stock Trade is Influenced by
Outlook,
Money
CAUTION FtLl NECESSARY
Early Lethargy Is Ascribed Especially
to Desir* to See the Report of Un
filled Order? of United States S'cel
Corporation?Corn Report Favorable
<Hy AHHurlMtrd Press)
NEW YOI'K. Oct. I u. - Tin- ?>?**?"**!
stock market of today was influcnci it
by consideratum or the banking post
tlon and the money outlook Tbc Sat
urday bunk statement was regarded
as enforcing the necessity of great
caution in the extension of specula?
tive credits. The sinal addition to
the actual surplus was secured only
by the scaling down of deposit lialnl
lUesj through the loan contraction, and
the clearing-house iuan item was
?hanged only by shifting of loans to
the other banks and trust companies,
thus saving the money market from
any disturbance. The outflow of cash.
73%
25
n\
erat uns >-i>ni iug at 71 per cent of ea | Deiner and Hlo llrande pfd
l.a. ii,. tfllM to a continued shrink Distillers" securities .
age in the nthlale of uutllled order-.
Sall.-.fttcliiin vttg ike ">>\eiHineilt cr>|, " H
report w.is less luu.-.l The jmlitute.1 r'ri'' ,al ?,fl'.
coin *' 1*01j as ..t Qttnetef 1 (1...1 clearly Krie 2nd pfd. 36
passed the eOVeted three bi'l oil kUli tJeiu ial Electric .1(1
ei. mark, elta favorable condition-; Qfmi Norl^r? pfll
?line to swell lllc lasj y.ld. * In
wheat ( n a gailtgejle) I '???11 has been
gWe led to within less than tun n.il
llou bushels ol the T'lti.otio.-Mo sta*.
s'o bountitui a hanreei 11 the |..i.<p.ii
l;i.'Uis 111.ikes an ad.li:iii) to ? wet"b
if the country ealfBlaled t-i make up
.asl di ll.-it'iii ies. Pi li os ? ??>>?.I ui in"
gains under 'hi- influence o -lie efOp
l?ort.
Bonds were steady. Total .-ales, pa
lue, $1.1..',7.1100. Unit ??' Stute- biii.t.s
?re uncbenged on ch!i
Total sale? for tin- d if, l9S.'t;.n
shares, includng: Sugar, .'.en A. ('
Nft; C. * Ok, 9.00U; I, * N. M?;
Reading, fAMa; sio.,^. fta; so. Ky.,
.Olio; pfd. l.lufl; Uiiion PetltC, 22.
00; U S. Steel, 44.100; V.O. C, 2l>0.
Closing List.
Allis Chalmers pfd. :t3%
Amalgamated Copper . t>C-Ks
vniei'icau Agricultural . tt;
tsreut Matthen Ota Oartttaatea. 67
Illinois Central . 132%
. Intel boiougb Met. fffttj
' Intel bun ugh Met. pfd.
, Inter lluiveater . 98%
ijnter. Marine pfd. 17
1 International Pa|ier . \\\
\ Intel 11H11 o 11 a I Pump . 42
Iowa Central . 17141
Kansas City Southern. 32%|
Kansas City Soutliern pfd. 66% i
l.i< !? de <J;is .100%
UnaietrlUe and NaahviDa.1 au^4 J
jflanea aalte ami st 1,0ms. 24%|
Minn . St I' and St Ste M_131!
Missouri, Kansas and Texas..,. 34%|
Vissouri. Kansas and Texas pfd. tit
Missouri Pacific . 5V
National lliseuit .109% j
National Lead . 06*4 f
Nail. Kys Of Mexico 2nd I'M 32%
New York Central .11414 |
N Y , Oat. anil West. 41 Mr
?jeetcal Beat Sugar. n% iNorfolk and W estern. 5?
American Can. 8% ' North American . ?7
American Car and 1'oundry.... 4S%
Aaaerlcaa cotton on. ?4%
American Hide and leather pfd. 21%
American Ice Societies . IS
American Linseed . 11
American locomotive . 37
Nortbeni Pacific .119%]
Pacific Mail . 31
Pennsylvania .>3<?%|
Peoples Cas .107% |
Pitts. C. C. and St. 1. Mt
Pittsburg Coal .
however, continues 011 a liberal scale American Smelting and Refining 69% , Pressed Steel Car
Am. FtaelUng and hafiafcat pfd. 102%
American Steel Foundries. 43
American Sugar Rcllniiig.U<%
American Tel. and Tel.137%
American Tobacco pfd.
American Woolen . 29t.%
Anaconda Mining Co. 4ui?
A'cbison .
Atchteoa pfd.lav%
and Is likelv to do so for the rt
mainder of the month, at least.
The foreign exchange market I:
New York was affected today by ^>ri
enlarged offerings of cotton fit!
These are being pressed fotward i'
anticipation of the expiration of 'hi
period set by the foreign bankers fo
the new requirement of gaaiaatae hi
drawers of exchange of cotton bills ot Atlantic Coast Line.114%
lading, which the American banket- Baltimore and Ohio.108
have refused to accede to.. 1 Bethlehem Steel . 27
The forenoon lethargy was ascrii t-i Brooklyn RepM Transit. 7?%
especially to the desire to see the r"-, Canadian pacific .195%
port of unfilled orders of the United j Central Leather . 31%
States Steel Corporation for Septem 1 Central Leather pfd.104%
ber 3o and the government re|>ort in Central of New Jersey.27U
grain conditions. Prices rose in te>
sponse to tfle United States Steel re
. 33%
Pullman Palate Car.I?t
Railway Steel Spring. 33%
Reading .141 %
Republic Steel . 3;
Republic Sleel pfd. 92Mi|
Hock Island Co. 31 ?
j Rock Island Co. pfd. 63<4
St 1? and San Fran 2nd prd... 41Ht|
St. Louis Southwestern. 28
St. Loa?a Southwestern pfd. H7
Sloss Sheffield Steel and Iron... 52
Southern Pacific .115%
Southern Hallway . 24%
Southern Railway pfd. 56%
iTc-nnessee Copper. 35\
Texas and Pacific . 28%
Toledo. St. I?nis and West. 26
Chesaiieake and Ohio. SI'/z j Toledo. St. Ixiuis and West pfd. 67
Ctiic Mgo and Alton. 34% -Union Pacific .16S%
Chicago (Jr^t Western.
Chicago Cr.-at Western pfd...
Chicago and North Western...
t'hicago. M.I. and St. Paul.
. 47%
.147
.123
C. C, C. and St. l?uis. 72
Colorado Fuel and Iron. 33%
M Colorado and Southern. 57%
Consolidated cas .133%
port. The decrease of 379,029 tons
in the amount of unfilled orders dur?
ing September was favorably inter?
preted In the face of a decrease M
433.834 tons. The lecrease for the
ouarter.* also of 1.099.6SS tons, com?
pared with a falling off of 1,144
tons during the preceding quarter.
Estimates of new business bemg Corn Products. 1
entered at the rate of 45 per cent Of Delaware and Hudson.166%
the corporation capacity, with mill op- Denver and Rio Grande
Union Pacific pfd. 91%
United States Realty. 68
United States Rubber. 36%
United States Steel.7u%
United States Steel pfd.118%
Utah Copper . 49%
Virginia-Carolina Chemical. b0%
fWabash . 16
Wabash pfd . 37%
Western Maryland, . 47%
% j'Westinghouse Electric . 7o
A COMMODIOUS RESIDENCE
DESIGNED BY CHARLES S. SEDGWICK, ARCHITECT.
This house Is designed for a city lot j
It is t -Mnmodious. having ait the ac I
comraod Vions and conveniences of a
strictly u.'vto-date house. The si?e is
34 feet in width by 56 feet In depth,
exclusive of pia*ias. It is designed
to be of frame' construction through-'
out. thoroughly well built in. of best |
materials, using heavy studs for the
outside walls and good-sited timbers
snd all of the construction flrst-clas? J
In eTery reaped.
The first story floor is elevated four
feet ahore the rrade and the stories
9 feet < inches and I feat 6 inches 1
In the clear, with the basement 8 fear, j
The entrance is at the left hand side. ?
with a reception room and music
room In front, with a living room and !
dining iwaa hack, the four rooms
opening toaefheaw%a-?olte. with wide |
eliding doors. At the rear of dining 1
room and living room is a crossway j
bail. ?Ith aide entrance, large eoat,
closet and toilet room. At the rea?
le the kitchen, with butler's partrr
and china cbwt. also a rear stairs.1
tending from has* - men t to third story
The rooaaa are large in alee and well
lighted
There Is one main ehtmney with'
large fireplace in the living room and
rear eblainey. with kitchen range and > bathroom
laundry directly below, with drying
room ? connection Th* second
steey ha* four ?arge front chamtv-*
aad two small rear rbamner*. cow-'
nee ted with alMlae *.children.
provided with ample
trem 1? a tarre a'
nerted d'reetly with the matr. Boor
try the main stairway. The attic story
Is finished with moms for servants
*for?roorr?. storar*. r'r
The fmtsh of the first sforr la
c if l.e? cloaeu and there I* one large'wood aad the second story ta tfe
the f-onf of the base tnral pine and the floor* II
ia hardwood Tb? estimated coat of
this ?ou*e la ?6.500. It la colonial In
style, having good detail, with plas?
ters on the outer angles aad the house
covered with narrow siding The
?aar of the mam plaua fa laid with
'Weitem Union .
\ "heeling an?! Lake Brie
14*
Chicago Gram Market
CHICAGO, Oft. 10. Kaiii In Arg*?
It ?l. big world ?hlpuieii'.h. bM au in
?rense uii (.conn passage ull nifathsSt*1
I tu depress the wbest uiaikei Kven
< In the face uf au Ulielpeeled lessen
Nuk of the. visible supply, r loci Dg artcaa
showed a net losg of \ te *a* ><-?>!h.
'other b ailing stale*, too, tu,i.-lie,I
down grudi?corn %o in Hn*c un?
der Sil. -i..) night; oats 1. to
\i\ ami provision f,t to 30c.
Wheat?
1*.. 87*? 97*4 97U 97*
May .I 03* 1.93% 1 ?dV, 1 Mtj
July . 98* H% ?N^J 5*11*4
Corn?
Dec. 48 4s', 49 4?
May . 12 5l"4 51 ?? 02
July . 52% 52\ 62* 52*
Oats?
Dm. 32* Uli tt\k ^'*
May . 35% N 35 \ 3j*
Meaa Pork, per, bbl.?
Jan.17.30 17. M 17L'5 17.15
May _16.60 16 75 IC.6SmM.ba '
Lard, per 100 lbs.?
Nuv.11.55 11.67*11 55 11.67*
Jan.10 62*10 60 10.47*19 oO
May _10.lt) 10.10 10.90 looo
Short Ribs, per 100 lbs ?
Uct.10.80 10 JM 10.67*10.67*
Jan.9.20 9 25 9 20 9 20
May _ 9.15 9 20 ?.12* 9.12*
Treasury Statement.
WASHINGTON. Oct lo -The on
dit'on of the Treasury at the begin?
ning of business today was as follows:
Trust Funds.
Cold coin, $896.667.069
Silver dollars. 484,7*9.himI
Silver dollars of 1890. FMI?.0*0
Silver certificates outstanding. $484,
7X9.000.
General Fund.
Standard sliver dollars In general]
/und. $5.038.299.
Current liabilities, J99,:.7>i.498.
Working balance in Treasury offlre*.j
$33.596,169.
In banks to credit of Treasurer 'Jt|
the United States, 136.313,096
Subsidiary silver coin. $18.080.491
Minor coin, $Mi7,'J.'7
Total balance In general fu-.t $91,
S57.984.
New York Money Marke*.
NEW YORK. Oct 10?M <ii. v m
call steady at 2*a2* per C?M; ruling
rate, 2*4: cloning bid, t*; offered at
2*4- Time loans a shade easier- t.u
days, tat1? per cen ; if dsys, i'j.'
4*; six .months, 4*al% CffVc
Prime mercantile notier, 5*s6 per
cent. Sterling exchange weak, with
actual business in bankers' bills at
483a483.20 for 60-day bills and at 486.06
for demand. Comercial bills, 484. Mar
silver, 54*. Mexican dollars, 45.
NEW YORK, Oct. 10.?Cotton?spot
closed quiet. Middling uplands, 146S;
middling gulf. 14 90. Sales, 1,500 bales.
Futures opened and closed s'cjdy.
Month. Open High. Ix>w. Close.
October. . . 14.38 14.58 14.30 14.40
November .. 11.45 14.50 14 35 14 44
December. . 14.52 14.05 14.42 14 53
January. . . 14.58 14.68 14.46 14 6?
February. Hit
.Varch . . . !4 77 '.4.86 14.64 11.13
April. 1417
May .... 14 89 14 97 14 73 14.84
June. 14.8U
July. / . . . t? 83 14.95 14 74 14.83
Baltimore Grain Market.
BALTIMORE, Oct 10. ? Wheat,
steady; spot contract, 97*c; southern
on grade, ?.
Corn?Nominal; spot, 57 *r
Oats?Firmer: No. 2 white, 37*a
37*c; No. 2 mixed. ?.
Rye?Quiet; No 2 western domestic,
76a77c.
MOVING ORDERS FOR
"BLOOD BLOCK" WOMEN
Mayor Jones Decides Thst Undesira?
ble Citizens Must Leave the
Section.
The demi-monde Inhabitants of
"Blood Block." the Cross Roads sec
tions. got moving orders yesterday
and unless the "black damsels" va?
cate before tomorrow night Mayor
Jones will send a number of them
down to "Hotel do Curtfs" for a long
stay.
Those getting orders from his honor
were Maggie Shields. Becky Davis.
Mattle Luster. Klla stay and Llllle
May
Mayor Jones told the women that
he Intends to rid "Blood Block" of
the undesirable ? it Isens and that tin
less they move he win pat each an?
der a heavy bond and send them to
Jail. He said he would give thetn
until Wednesday night to hunt other
places of residence.
j It is also aaid that Uie mayor wH!
[look Into the several other places of
M iinsavory reputation around West
Oueen street and "Bbfm Block" aad
that he Intends ?o cleanse the sec
ttcn.
WILL MANUFACTURE
TOY HtlMG MACHINES
American Aereai Mob e Corporation
Formed bv Men et Hampton and
Newport News.
i The Amerrst Aereai Mobile Cor
poratl'.n. whi.-h iMeads to manufac?
ture eying ms<binea. aad other toys,
was organised yesterday and It Is
?rope*ad to have He hsadoaanem fa
Hampton A ehapt*r aril he applied
tar frag? the Corporatloa Commission
D POINT-Continued.
The corporation has secured ihr par
??Iii of W. I) Trimble, who is employ
< U by ilie Newjiort News * Old I'oiut
Kail?ay & Klectrie Company.
Tka oaaoan Bananas were Presi?
dent, John VYeynioutli; vice president,
\V II Trimble, secretary. I .ant
Laaayi ireaaawwr, u, ? t'hapiu. i h?
directors are the uhore, with the ex
OOpjtaM >>( Mr. l-acey. and K V. Klch
aidsuti. A. M. i'eiiuis. VV II. Pear
-.tin. W S Creeu und W. 'I'. Hop
I kins
It Is proposed to have Hie head
quarters of the cm poi utiun In Hauip
i on and it Is likely that a factory will
he started to manufacture the tuy II)
lug machines.
The Barber's Joks.
"My hair lau't as thick as It used to
be." laughed the buiuurous pntrou
"and 1 dou't guess yuu can du much
with It."
"Oh. the quantity doesu't worry
me," assured the uew barber. "1 used
to be au amateur uctur."
"What has tbst to do with It?"
"Why, 1 am used tu small parts.
Next!" Chicago News.
Nacsssary.
"We need a can of fresh paint." said
the inuusger of the cousolldsted side
shows to the owner uf the circus
"Wbst for?" gruwled ,n4. 8u!Ky pro.
prletor.
"The spotted boy takes his monthly
bath tuujurruw muruLug, aud we've
gut tu pidku dot til in for th* matinee
I'leveluud l'iuin Dealer.
TAKE!
MILAM
FOR
HEALTH &VIGC^
1
Tslksd Toe Much.
Wife (reproachfully) -Yuu forget how
you once breathed your luve iu uiy ear
and premised that uiy every wish
should be gratified. .
Hub- Nu, I duu't. but I wlsb now
I'd fulluwed the hygienic rule uf keep
lug my muuth shut wbllo breathlug.?
Hu-.iton Trauscript.
Couldn't Be So Unfeeling
8he--You certululy wouldn't marry a
girl fur her muuey, wuuld yuu?
He?Of course nut. Nu-Uber would I
have the heart to let ber becuiue an
old mak! merely because she bud
muney.?New Vurk Juurual.
MILAM docs more than cure blood snd skin diseases: It Bu1LdS|
HEALTH. It does more trsn purify the blood: It RENEWS it, re-createa
it, revivi6et it, refreshes snd reiuvigurales, sod bss proven wonderfully valuable
in all depicted sad run-down conditions Particularly recommended for cowl,
valetcents sod consumptives. _ Crralisg besltby appetite sod Iben tbe sbility to
assimilate lb* food cairn, it builds bealtb from a solid foundation?no falsa]
stimulation, no temporary uplift Iron alcohol or strychnine, but permancntm
strength and vigor obtained fiom tbr NATURAL SOURCE?nourishment. ,
, Tbn wonderful rcnewiog'of the blood msuifests itself in many remark?
able ways?notsbly in the unexpected recovery of fsiling eyesight. Miss Pattie
Faulkner, of the Danville Orphanage, permits us to publish ss her voluntary
Malement, "1 would not take a thousand dollars for what Milam bss dune fur
my eyes Ask us questions. We are snxious to submit proof of wbst wc tay?
MILAM MEDICINE COMPANY, INC.
DANVILLE. VIRGINIA
Special for This Week!
Children's Hats; t&M values for . $1.48
A full lino of Mourning Hats at reasonable prices, and other
shapes too numerous to mention.
Mrs. I.^M. Stacey
31 East Queen Street.
Hampton, Va.
A Oiffsrsncs of Opinlsn. -
She? Isn't It dreadful, this questloa
about short weights?
He (dryly) ?Yuu wouldn't think so It
yon ever had to wait for a woman to
be ready lu Just a uoluute.?Baltimore
American.
Bsal Enterprise.
"Hlgglns Is an enterprising black?
smith."
"What nowr
"Ue has put in a soda water foun
tain and sonvenlr cards."?Buffalo Ex
press.
Thoae Cocked Hats.
Dllly?My salary Is knocked Into a
cocked bat this week.
Dally-Why?
Dili) - My wife's chanticleer will take
It all.?Town Topics.
CHILD ITCHED SO SHE
COULD NOT SLEEP
"My little girl had ecaema and was
cured by Cuticure Soap and Outlcura
Ointment. It first started with sores
aud blisters and, was all over her body.
8h* wet just red all over and would
scratch until it would bleed. It Itched
so that she could not sleep. I used
different medicines but without effect.
I washed her with Cuticure Soap and
than applied Cuticure Ointment, which
resulted in a perfect curs. I used one
cake of Cuticure Soap and half a bos
of Ointment. Also, as a toilet soap,
there is nothing better for pimples.
My face was covered with pimples and
now it is absolutely free from them
since I used C'utirura Soap. So 1 am
newer without Cutlcura Soan and Otnt- \
meat. Etirtnno Barbe, Plaucheviile.
Avoyeiles Pariah. La.. Oct. 8. 1909."
For thirty years Cuticure Soap and I
Ointment have afforded speedy relief to {
thousand* of tortured disfigured suffer?
er* from enemas, rashes, Itching* snd
Irritations of skin aud acalo.
After a very success?
ful Opening
We aro now ready to serve
our customers with
Hats and Bonnets
If you aro not ready to
buy romo and look beforo
buying elsewhere, as we aro
only too glad to show you.
Mrs. A. Tyler Hull
East ? Queen ? Streel
Ladies'
Tailor-Mads
SUITS
At Prlcea That Will Intereat
You.
Also a fine line of Ladles'
Tailor Made Skirts and Silk
Underskirts. You are cor?
dially invited to Inspect our
line and you will be con?
vinced that vqp can save you
money either tor cash or
credit, and we can give you
terms to suit you at
I. J. GOLDSTEIN
67 Hope St, Hampton, Va.
Charge It!
We don't sell Overholt Rye valued
at 11.00 quart for S.'ir, bot we do sell
iMcGinnis Rye at $1 ^ quart for $1.00. ||
Ask for McOinnis Rye and save Wc '
Fuller's exclusively. 4-tf.
John
Storm
Hampton's Popular
Piico Tailor
Fall A Winter Siyioa
Received and ready for your In?
spection.
SuKa to order . $15 up
Trousers to order .... 9 5 00 up
All goods cut snd made on
the premises In tbe new 191o
style.
NO FIT NO PAY
38 W. Quean Street
Hampton, Va.
IF THE BRIDE
starts her house?
keeping with
gas as a fuel,
her trou
will be
eliminated, and
the old com?
plaints?no hot
water, coal bills
too high, bis?
cuits N. G., and
so on, never
heard.
There's econ?
omy as well as
convenience In
the little valve
that controls
'he gas flow.
Hampton,
Phoebus A
Fort Monroe
Gas Corpora?
tion.
illltll
A THE BANK OF HAMPTON, VA.
? At Hamntnn. Virerinia
Per Cent
Interest
Paid
on
Savings
At Hampton, Virginia
CONDENSED STATEMENT, JUNE 30, 1910
Resources
Loans and Discounts .. .91 ?3*39,705SB
Bonds and Investments .. 197417.72
Bank fs* I Id in?. 49490 00
Cash and due from Banks 211,1
Liabilities
Capital Stock ....S 100.000.00
Surplus Fated . ?
UewMvtded Profits.. tf
Dividend.
Deposits .ST.
9-..775?eLS4
?1.775.09**4
Your attention Is invited to this Statement and
your account Is desired. X X A A"
DARLING,
L. SCHMELZ,
President
F. W.
Vies Praoidgwt,
9 GROOMS,
Cesftier.

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