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PROGRESSIVE FARMER AND COTTON. PLANT.-
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THE MARKETS
' RALEIGH COTTON.
Balxigh, October 22, 1904.
Prices to-day mmMnw.HM.aiw.HMm 99U6
Prices this date last year .9 8
' Receipts to data -. -4864 balei
Receipts tame period last year 8299 bales
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WILMINGTON PRODUCE.
Wilmington, Oct. 22, 1904.
Peanuts, Prime. N. a, bn., 28 lb s 1.80
" -Eitra Prime, N. C, bo .... S1.85
M Fancy SI 40
Extra Prime. Virginia, bu. 1 07
Fancy, Vlrr.Tna ti.lo
opanua . ........... i.iu
Corn .white, btLUMM....MWM..MWM..iM.MMHM. 60 65
u. paeon, nams, id..... 1415
ftnoniaerfl..MMM.mM.MMMM..MMM.ii
side. , n
Ergs, par An. -,.,., 18
Chickens, grown.,
spring...
xnrreys, id...........
iseeswax..
Tallow.
ttweet potatoes, bi
nmmi caiuc, id.
i27
. &He
. 70 0
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CHARLOTTE PRODUCE.
CHABLOTTX, N. C., Oct. 22, 1901
Chicken eprlng ,
ggge
uaou ,
Hem per head .
corn.
Oats feed.
Oats
Rye
Hldi
idea dry flint.
Hide dry aalt...
H Idea green. 25 and up.
iv.ipa KTeen, is to as..
Calf skins. 6 to 12.
Calf skins, under ft.
Sheep skins, fall wool
Goat iklni.
.15 025
. 19
. 25
. 80 83
, 75(3 77
. 4850
. 62065
. f LOO
12
10
63 70
40060
60080
25050
15 0 25
BALTIMORE PROVISIONa
BALTIMOBK, Ms., Oct.22, 1904.
Flour winter patents
M Spring patents
wneai
Wheat. Hon them
Corn, Southern white..
OaU, No. 2 white ..
wye, no. a
Butter, fancy Imitation.
Butter, fancy cream ery
zsmier, store packet
ggs rresn
Cheese, firm
8ugar, fine and coarse granulated
. S5.75590
15.95 0 .50
MMIMIII XiO
S L07
55058
... 85
68 0 74
17 a is
19 0 20
. 11 0 12
9010
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BRIGHT TOBACCO.
-C-inCHMONi TOBACCO: "
RICHMOND, VX, OCL 22, 1904.
The quotations are as follows ::
Dark fired tobacco, new $ L50 08.00
. DABS TIRXD TOBACCO BXOBDXBID..
Lnri- S 40 to f 5.50
Ohort leaf 6.60 to 6 75
Medium leaf . 6.50 to 7.50
Long leaf . 8.00 to 1200
Wrappers and selections ,. 10.00 to 14.00
t 8.00
10 00
12 00
1200
18.00
17 00
20.00
7.00
900
11.00
14.00
18.00
25.00
85 00
40.00
45 00
Smokers Common .
ieaium
Cutters Common
Medium mmmm.
Fine
F.nv
- Fillers Common......
. Meaium
. Oood
Fine
Wrappers Common
Keoium
Good
Fine
Fancy
mm mm mm
600 to
8 00 to
10 00 to
10.00 to
12.00 to
15.00 to
17.00 to
6 00 to
8 00 to
9 00 to
12.00 to
14 00 to
18.00 to
27.00 to
2x00 to
40.00 to
siric-cmtxD tobacco. v
Prim Id 1.50 to
Lugs, common to good 8.50 to
Lugs, good to prime 6 60 xo
short leaf 9 00 to
Long leaf.... 11.00 to
Wrappers 15 00 to
..............
.......... .......
I 8.00
6.00
900
11.00
14 00
25.00
CHARLOTTE COTTON AND SEED.
CHABXOTTK, Oct. 22. 1904.
These figures represent prices paid to wag-
wua .
Good middling .... 965
oinci miaaimg..... . ....9.62
Jttiaoiing . j 9.eo,
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NEW YORK FERTILIZER MARKET.
New York Citt, Oct. 22, 1904.
awuiuuw Boipasie. spot, per
100 ih f
raiure
Fish scrap.drled, 10 p.c, ammo
monla. and 14 p. c bone
phosphate f.o.b.flsh works
per ton
ground ,
- wet, acidulated, 6 p. c am
monia, f. o. b. fish works
Ground fish guano, Imported,
10 and 11 p. c. ammonia
and 15-17 p. e. bone phos-
- phate, c f. f. N. Y BalU
morr or Philadelphia
Azotlne, per unit
Tankage, concentrated, 15 to
18 p. c f o. b. Chicago
Tankage, 10-11 p. o. and 10-15
p. c, f. o. b., Chicago
8.00 to 2.02i
2.50 & 10
810 to 88.00
220 & 85
2 65 fe'10
2.60 to 2.65
2.17) i to 220
2.17H &10
FORNITORE : MB PI
HEADQUARTERS
Do you know Andrew's? Ask your neighbor, or any passerby.
The invariable answer will be that he is reliable and favorably known.
That by merit Andrews has established the largest furniture business
in North Carolina.
Music
Department.
b. Thoroughly reliable and high grade pianos, are the products of
Siano manufacturers (not Assemblies) whose name they bear. At the
ead of .this small .class stands the Kranich &-Bach, possessing abso
lute and unequaled meiit. We also handle the Stultz & Bauer, Behr
Bros., Packard, and other well-known pianos.
LOW PRICES, CASH OR CREDIT.
E. 1M. A. 1ST D R EX'WS.
FORMERLY OF CHARLOTTE, NOW OF
OJR ED B5 N S B O'R O , : N. O,
THE LARGEST FURNITURE DEALER IN THE STATE.
Left View
Right View
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BUY THE BEST
Farquhar Pea Hullor
Sfar Pea Holler
Cutaway -and Solid Disc
Harrows Red Ripper" Hay
Pi esses, Wagon s, Buggies,
&c. Barbed Wire, Imple
ments, &c. Everything for
the farm. For prices address
J
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RALEIGH, W. C.
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Tankage, 9 and 20 p. c. f.o. b., f " ' " "
vuicago, per ion &iu a 10
Tankage, 8 and 20 p. c. f. o. b.
unlcaea
Tankage, 7 and 80 p. c f. o. b.
Chicago
Tankage, 6 and 85 p. o. f . o. b.
unicago - ;
Garbage, tankage
Moor meal, f o. b. Chicago, per
unit ,
Dried blood, 1215 p. c. ammo
nia, r. o. o. H ew York
Dried blood, high grade, f. o.
b. Chicago
Nitrate ot soda, 96 p. c. spot
er iou mw .
ltnre fifl trt cent
Nitrate of soda. 95 p c snot..
future. 85 nr cent.
Add phospnate T
nones, ciean junk, per ton..
ground, steamed
un ground, steamed
boiled dry :
Bone black, refuse .....
Phosphate rock, fo.b. Char'n
Tenn. x
South Carolina nhosDhate
rock, ground per2,000 lbs.
f. o. b. Ashlev river
South Carolina phosphate
rock, kiln-dried, f. o. h
ABhlev tiver
Florida land
2.10 & 10
15 00 to 16 00
15.00 to 16.00
8 00 to 9.00
2.00 to 2.85
2.50 to 2.65
2 85 to 2.87
220
2.17 to 2.20
2.17
2.20 to
60 to
16.00 to
16.00 to
2100 to
19.00 to
19 00 to
12.00 to
6 00 to
8.25 to
2.27
16
17.00
22.00
22 00
17.00
7.00
425
Jbble
klVc
n&. ner tnn
Muriate Potash. 80 p. c spot
pebble Tnc-
nate rock r. o. o. Fernan-
ton
per 100 lbs
Muriate potash 80 p. c future
Manure bsiu p. c actual
TOtARh
Sulphate potash (basis 90 p.c.)
ivainit in Dags z.Z4U
Kalnlt. In bulk.
lbs.
8.25 to 3.50
3.60 to
7.25 to 7 60
1.88 to 1.91
1.83 to 1.86
.64 to .67
2.11 to 2.14
10.05 to 10.65
9.05 to 9.55
BLittttftrftrr when rnn thlnlrnf trrSmr
to BChool . wrlta for fVkllAcrA Tnnrna) an4 &wa.
clal Offers of the Leading Business and 8hoit-
uauu nCQOOIB. USDIUU dtOCK. so.ooo.oo.
King's Business Collage, n sleigh.
. C., or Charlotte, N. C. I We also
teach Bookkeeping, Shorthand, etc.by mall
Beats all the corn planters for plant
ins corn. Beats all the cotton plant
ing cotton. Beats all the planters
over made
for planting
peas beans,
peanuts, vel
vet be a n s,
canteloupes
sorgh urn,
etc.
: -p' OS,
WE have never
made a claim for
for the Cot e
Planter that is not
supported by the testi
mony of thousands of
intelligent, progres
sive farmers. When
you find out how to
save time, money and
labor you WILI BUY
A COLE PLANTER.
The, Cole Universal Planter
This planter is simpib, and easy to run. It lasts many years with little or no
repairs It does a greater variety of work in the most perfect manner, and saves
many times its cost over the work of any other planter. Won't you wiite for
CATALOGUE and find out whs t it is worth to you? A POSTAL CARD -
CATALOGUE and find out whs t it is worth to you?
will Drmg it to you.
We sold 5,ooo Machines last season, and have not received a complaint from
a single one of them.
PUT. name on a machine guarantees the most perfect construction, the .most
careful inspection, and the finest working product of inventive genius combined
with long experience. -
Kveiry purchaser can make SO pr cent, on hts money by ordering a COLE
PLANTER this fall.
The Gole Manufacturing 60., cMye, n. c.
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