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4 Full Quarts $ 2.85
12 Full Quarts $ 7.65
1 Gallon Jug $ 2.60
5 Gallon Keg $11.25
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12 Full Quarts $ 8.60
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Dtirs REVIEW SHOWS
Textile production has increased, and
| In aome divisions of the primary cotton
■ goods market ‘there la Improvement, but
STILL RULE STOCKS
NEW YORK. Oct. 2.—The professional
*>m traders still had the stock market
much to themselves today and for moat
>f the day their devices for moving
prices were iw lucking In force and auc-
.et>s as on preceding days.
The publication of tho statement of the
August net earnings of the liarrlmun
l'acillc railroads midway of the session
put a different face on the market and
proved an effective supplement to tho
lather futile effort of the traders to gd-
i better in
Uence ot u notable t
miiroud business situation.
.r doubt of the maintenance
dividend rates, proved an incentive u* an
active speculative movement in it. Tim
price mounted buoyantly and carried the
rest of the list decisively with it. at lirst
irregularly and hesitatingly but with
gathering momentum. Before this inllu-
REPORT HAD LITTLE
EFFECT ON MARKET
LIVERPOOL spots closed 5.13
NEW YORK spots closed 9.25
NEW ORLEANS spots -closed... .8 15-
THE LOCAL COTTON MARKET.
AN UNCHARTED REEF
bulling sluggish prlci
in the condi-
the cotton market
the divided III I lu
the banks of $7.
tlrm. Total sales, pur
fulled States bonds
I sales of stocks today wero 626.300
oiler of local futures.
NEW YORK STOCK LIST
Amalgamated Copper 75%
American Car and Foundry........ 39%
American Cur and Foundry pref....l«2 , .i
American Cotton Oil ..., 35 % tho mark*
American Hide and Leather pref... 24'*
American Ice Securities -•»*-i
American Linseed 16%
American locomotive 4t»%
American locomotive pref 1<‘2
rimer. Smelling and Refilling....... *5%
Amor. Kmelting and Refining pref. .104
American Sugar Refining 130*4
American Tobacco pref 9314 were 46.772 bales m
American Woolea 23% * * *“ "
Anaconda Mining Co 44**
Atchison pref 94%
Atlantic Coast Lino 88
Baltimore und Ohio 9«%
.Baltimore and Ohh
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 48j
Canadian Pacific 1<7'
Central Leather 2.»
Central Leather pref 95
Central of New Jtrsey 200
Chesapeake artd Ohio 41*.i
Chicago Great Western 7%
Chicago and North Western 1§8
Chicago, Mil. and fit. Paul 136
C.. C.. C. and 8t. Louis
Colorado Fuel and Iron
Colorado and Southern 40* m
Consolidated Gas 147%
Corn Products 17%
Delaware and Hudson 167%
Denver and Rio Grnndo 27
Denver and Rio Grande pref 65
Distillers* Securities 30%
Erie 1st pref. 43%
Erie 2nd V*ref. 34%
Generul Electric 138
Great ’Northern pref 1*1%
Great Northern Ore Ctfs 6*
Illinois Central 139J4
Interborough Met *6%
Interborough Met pref. 31%
International Paper pfd .
International Paper pref 49*
International rump 25%
Iowa Central 19*4
Kansas City Southern 27%
Kansas City Southern pfd «1
Louisville and Nashville. 10i|%
Minneapolis and St. Louis.... 29
Minn., St. P. and Saplt St M 124%
Missouri Pacific 63%
Missouri, Kansas mid Texas........ 30%
Missouri. Kansas and Texas pref... 64
Nntlonal Lend 83%
New York Central ••••••••;••; 1®*
New York. Ontario and Western.. 40%
Norfolk and Western 72
North American 63
Northern Pacific 137%
Pacific Mall 25%
People’s Gas 94%
Pittsburg. C. C. and 8t. Louis 74
Pressed Steel Car 32%
Pullman Palace Cnr 161
Railway Steel Spring .
Republic Steel ... __
Republic Steel praf 78
Rock Island Co 20%
Rock Island Co. pref................ 45
St. Louis and San Fran. 2nd pref.. 29%
St. Louis Southwestern 16
St Ixntls Southwestern pref 44%
filoss Sheffield Steel nnrf Iron 64%
Southern Pacific B'3%
Southern Pnc!Hc pref 11*
Southern Railway 21%
Southern Railway pref 62%
Tennessee Copper 40'*
Texas and Pacific 24%
Toledo. St. Louis and West........ 26%
Toledo. St. I-ouls and West. pref... 61%
Union Pnclllc 163%
Union Pacific pfd 86%
United States Rubber 30%
United States Rubber 1st pref 100%
United States Steel 45%
United States Steel pref 108%
Utah Copper 41%
Vlrglnla-Carollna Chemical • 32%
Vlrglnla-Carollna Chemical pref. •...109%
Wabash pref £6%
Westlnghouse Electric 74%
Western Union 69
Wheeling and L*kn Erie JJ
Wisconsin Central 26%
Standard Oil *20
IT. 8. refunding 2s. coupon 104
-- - - * ..100%
Atlantic Coast Line -
Central of i ---
Central of Georgia 1st nc....
:: , a»
Spot Cotton Movement,
w Ret*. Ship.
Sept. 24. 1908 1201 3'.»4
Sept. *8. 1908 876 R«3
2.—A slight early
the market rallied partly, closing
steady, net unchanged to 6 points Ic
Sales for tho day were estimated at 175,-
The market opened sto*
of 1 point to an mlvan
and Siam firmed up as the
were rather under recen
with prices shortly nfteh the call showing
a not advance * ' — - • * • ’* 1
this gain had
stimulate buying In
rts favorable and
net loss of 6*7 point*
The condition figures. 69.7. compared with
67.7 last year and 71.6 two years ngo.
ond proved so near expectations as to
have practically no effect upon tho mar
Receipts of cotton nt the porta today
—n 46.772 hales against 47.639 hales last
... k and 47.080 hales last year. For the
week (estimated) 845.000 hales against
2S6.179 bales last week and 220.274 bales
Today’s receipts at New Orleans '
bales last year.
Spot Cotton and Futures.
High. . Low. Clos*.
....8.61 8.66 8.45
....8.52 8.68 8.47
,....8.66 8.68 8.67
October 8.88 8.94 8.82
November — ——
December 8.66 8,72 8.60 8.63
Receipts and Exports.
Receipts and exports. Today. Week.
Consolidated net receipts.. 46.772 338,351
Exports to Oreat Britain.. 3.500 114.223
Exports to FVance —•—- 56.022
Exports to continent 8,020 187,108
Exports to Japan.........
Stock on hand all ports....336,846 -
Exports to continent...,
Exports to Japan
Price, Receipts, Sales, Stock.
Onlveston . . . 9 3-16
New Orleans . 8 15-16
Mobile . . . .is 15-16
Baltimore . . .19%
New York ....19.25
Boston . . . .19.25
I Prlce.!Recta.i8ales.i Bfrk
.19% 1 142411
.18 15-16 64171 .....
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 2.—Spot cottor
quiet with price* 5 points lower; Amerl
can middling fnlr 5.69; good middling
5.33; middling 5.13; low middling 4.89;
good ordinary 4.29; ordinary 3.89. The
airs of the day ” ‘
NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 2.—Spot cotton
was steady, middling 8 15-16. The revis
ion cMmnR.ee readjusted quota lions, ad-
v.ivlng oidlnsry and low middling 1 16,
While nil Ollier grade* wero made 1-16o.
low»r. Hale* aero 1.060 Kales on the spot
ami 1,800 bales to nrrlve. ,
Colton futures opened steady, 5 to'7
points over last night. The effect of-the
glnmrs' and condition reports won ot
. firs* hi,!',l*li. and later M.m cause of a
’ R r, | marked decline. When the glnner*'
* .. . r.m.. In hrlf.r, .lunnm.l nnll.
Denver and Rio Orandi
Erie prior lien 4s ....
Erie general 4s
Hooking Valiev 4%s.. ««»;
Intarborough Met. 4%s 66
Japan 4* JJJ
KgS 4%s. 2nd ser1es ; 89
Louisville and Nash. Unified 4s.... 90]
Manhattan consol gold 4s 96-
Mexican Central 4s M
B exlesn Gent rat 1st tnc..... 14
inn. and fit. Mills 4s. . 79
Missouri. Kansas and Texas 4s..
Missouri. Kansas and T«»s Snds
National R. R. of Mexico
losing, hut tmding was not
... _ ■ lost^h*
Futures closed as follows:
January, bid .
Aes Island Cotton.
ontlnent 21: stock
NEW YORK. Oct- 3—R-
SAVANNAH, Ga.. Oct.
IHgaiiMhi Fancy Florida* 19%;
* choice FI or-
—* ' " 1315 94% common 10al2: sales 1.752.
* a - v *-* * ;;ioi% I 0mp%9EhC UPJBTAOI HlfRD MFWYP
Hubbard R»-ob. A Co.’s Cotton Letter
• deliveries which U on 4
for the future, althoui
! flusr.es at the pressnt tints.
uenn. consoi «
Reading general 4* .99%
'-•"P- "»i ;;}|»3 I NKW"T0RK,"0-I.'i—Wl(h~ttl«Ffnmu
.. 74% I report of 49.7. the trade are greatly In
Ssasonobta weather stlm-dated retail
trade materially and the better dlstrlba-J Weekly Bank cfssrt M i<. - ►- -
Uonto ooaramw, brMMlit w l.r«,r mov.-| NEW YORK. Ort ini «!; h STtlT!".
rr.ent in wholesale and Jobbing depart-! for the ,h - »“li 1 * I* V"-*?. — *-
rveats. bet la most leading industries, tfce week
t-.«re Is still hesltaUos. Low stocks of! <2.494.752.1
mesehandUe necessitate uijcbcy In re-joro lest
niwdotiwiq whan Sealer* find retail buy- clearing! , H «»*•«■: .Houtner-
Ing on a oormal scale. M b the cobs In i® 0 - D^c.'Texag end Pacific lata;....;;.;;;;;il6% ' a lower price. After the report wda read
niany saettona of the country, but preps- Richmond t>,t45,9C9....—— U.2 Toledo, fit. Loula end West. 4s 74% i until the last few minutes of the session.
rat-ons for distant requlretyU proceed Atlanta i-dj Union Pacific 4s ...102% ! "dlllng orders came in emnJI quantities
csuuo-a*r. aitbough expreealona of con- Savannah '** 1,7 Union Porlflc cv. 4s »8 ; from fh«- Bouthern markets, acmmpsnled
h ? ai 7 l °* g ldea. On the Norfolk W.5 jr. 8. Steel 2nd 6s 101% bv reports that there was more dl*po-
*• Insprwvemecl In mereon-j Aiqnisu 2 Wabash Ists 109 i sltlon to eel| by spot holders. The u&|
In roafe Hnea. «s- Jacksonville H i Western Md. 4a 75 (trade were dlsappolnted at the failure
•ectaUy at the Ea>L trregulmty ts noted. Charleston J Wheeling and Lake Erie 4s 74 of the market to advance while cables
Moor factories have further Increased the, Macon Ill22® 4.31 Wisconsin Central 4a *4 from Liverpool state they expert a lower
fcmafcar u heads at week. ‘■OolumWa M.IJm. X., K, H. and XL or. <« ...119 I market there as the movement Is too
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New York Cotton Exchange Statistics.
NEW YORK. Oct. 2.-Th* following
statistic* on tho movement of rollon for
the week ending Ocl. 2, wero compiled
by tho New York Cotton Exehnnge:
Htock Interior town* 162.993 78.067
Into sight for week 1,310.913 965,424
)RK. Oct. 2.—Til'
■— —tal net receipts c
nil ports since September 1:
BRINGS WHEAT SLUMP
cd <l sluirp slump In* wheat
showing net lot
Imuge today, (Inal
Open. High. Low. Close.
. 98% 98%
*. L«2vj I.’551
76 76% 75% 75%
64% 86% 65% 65%
65% 65% 64% 64%
49 41 49 49
M S55 h
la the comptnatlv
th* week ending Friday, Oct, 2:
Reeelpts ot U. S. ports,. 339.381 2I6.V.I
Reealpts since Hept 1....1,021.226 721,781
Exports for week 357.561 208.058
Exports since Hept. I... 693.701 474.236
Htock nt IT. K. ports.... .184.846 431.055
Stork ut Interior towns.. 273,212 160,751
Htock nt Liverpool 658.000
Block afloat for G. If 151,000
Weekly Interior cotton Towns.
NEW YORK. Ort. 2 -The following
Is the movement of spot rot ton nt the
leading Interior r„tt.
ending Friday, Oct.
.14.66 14.67% 14.55
.16.80 14.87% 16.77%
.16.72% 16.76 16.70
... 9.75 9.80
O.l. . . . 9.80 9.85
Jan. . , . 8.77% 8.80
May . , . 8.77% 8.90
Cash quotations wire as follows:
No. 2 spring whest 11.04*11.06; No. 3
97811.05; No. 2 fed M%n|l.00%.
No 2 corn # 78%a78%; No. 2 yellow,
whltf, 47nf. 1.
No. 2 rve 74.
Good feeding barley. 65%a56%! fair to
choice malting 67%a60.
No. I flax seed. Northwestern 11.22%.
Prime timothy seed 1130.
Hln.it ribs, sides (loose) $9.75nl0.00.
Me** pork per barrel Il4.46sl4.76.
I^ini per 100 pounds $10.57%ni0.40.
*" sides (boxed) Il0.50all.0l
* higher wines 11,37.
filiort clear i
Atlanta . . .
Brenhsm . .
Charlotte , ,
Columbia . .
linen* . ,
Macon . ,
Raleigh . .
Romo . . •
Helmg .., ,
j Wheat, bushels. ......148,100 61.!
I Corn, bushels l«2.ooo 313.1
; Oats, bushels 277.700 *73,<
On the Produce Exchange today the
butter market was steady; creameries
20a24; dairies 18s22. . . -
Esss steady; st mark, esses Included,
14n19; firsts 21; prime firsts 23.
Chsene strong at 13nl4.
. ........ »... -julet and fairly steady.
192.1 The lornl w*»ol market Is generally quiet.
4257 Jobbing trade was quiet
338.1 for crude.
6294 to 40%; off summer yellow 38%e29; good
4750 off summer yellow 38%n39%: prime surn-
9760 mer white 41a43; prim* winter yellow 48%
3718 NAVAL STORES. _
17151. HAVANNAH. Oa.. Oct. 2. -TtireenHns
1192 firm »t 85%; antes 322: recelota 718: ship-
6333 ment* 596. Rosin quiet; sales 1,678; re-
! relpts 2.679; shipments 2.890: stock 123.-
348 271 Quote: A. B. O. 12.71%; D. 12 76:
214! Vi 12/75080; F. |2.80a98]_O. 12.10; H.
“““, I3,35s40: I. 13.41: K. M, 14.81; N,
$5.40; w. O. If.03; W. W.. 1«.30.
CHARLESTON. Oct. 2.—Turpentine
- . v 12741 ’"CHARLESTON. ’ Oct. 2.—'turpentine
Ysxoo CUy,,L..A^..i fiLSSi £»2^.4l 70AI^qulot; sales 99 casks, Raela*«tlet;
tine, nothing doing; recslpts 39 casks.
RoNln, nothing doing: rooelpts 331. Tar
firm nt $1.90; receipts k. Crude turpen
tine tlrm st $1.59, $3.00 ond 93.76; rs-
New York Money Market.*
NEW YORK, Oct. 2.—Money on. call
was steady ut l%nl% par cent; ruling
rate 1% closing hid 1%; offered 1%.
Time loan* worn very dull and steady;
sixty duye 2%a2%; 90 days 3; six months
3% per cent.
Prime murcantll# P»P*r 4% to 4% per
^Sterling exchange weaker with actual
business In bankers’ hills at 4.84.86a
4.86.96 for 60-day bills, and at 4.81.SO for
Mexican dollars 45.
World's Visible Supply.
NEW ORLEANS, La., Oct. 3.*-S*cr*e
tsry Hester’s statemsnts of the world’s
visible supply of aotton, Issuod today,
shows the total visible to be 3,137,888
against 1,179,384 lost week and 3,389,438
Of this the total of American eottoa Is
1,648.868 against 1,812.384 last week and
1.409..374 last year, sndofsJI other kinds.
Including Egypt. Brasil, India, etc. 549.-
000 (Including revision of BomW stocks)
ngainst 667,000 lost weak and 760,068 lust
yr of’ the world’s visible supply fit cotton,
them Is now afloat nnd held In Great
Britain end continental Europ*e 1.185.000
ngalnst 1.348.006 |sst year; in kanriit M,-
0.10 against 42.000 last year; In India 147.-
(K»o ngslnst 381.000 Inst year, end In the
Secretary Heater’s Statement.
NEW ORLEANS, I*.. Oct. 2 — Heore-
tsry neuter'd weekly cotton statement. Is
sued today, shows for the two days of
October sn Increase over lest year of
24,000. and a decrease under the same
period year before last of 19,600.
For the 82 days of the season that
have elapsed the aggregate Is- ahead of
the 82 daye of lest year 402,'WO and
ahead of the same days years before last
2U5.000. The amount brought Into sight
during the past week has bean 410,738
hales ngalnst 311,423 hnlea for the same
seven days Inst year, and 174,430 bales
year before last.
The movement since Be pi ember 1 shows
rcrelpts st all Tfnlted Htatr* ports to be
1.021.228 ngalnst 667.848 last year: over
land. across the Mississippi. Ohio and
Potomac Rivers to Northern mills and
Canada 31,718 against 13.016 lost year;
Interior atook* 1 In excess of those held at
the close of the commercial year 154 *43
against 79.873 bales last year; Bouthern
null takings 190,000 against 316.991 bales
These make the total movement tinea
fleptember 1, 368.804 against 947.164 l.ut
Foreign exports for the week have been
364.365 against 348.361 last year, making
the total thus far for tha season 700,947
ngalnst 410.522 last year.
The totnl taking* of American mills.
North. South nnd Canada thus far for
the season have been 298.981 against 114.-
423 last year. •
Stocks at the seaboard and tho 29
leading Southern. Interior centers have
decreased durln-v the week 1971 beles
egslnst an I nor ease during the corre
sponding period last season of 21.274.
end the number of hales brought Into
eight thus far from the new crop, the
-nrpply to date la 1.480.153 against L*1JU*0
~ Um aoJUS period Mot yea*, * ,