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The building on North Mains treet formerly occupied by
the Elite Cafe, has been leased to me, and will be convert
ed into a MODERN, UP-TO-DATE
To be opened between the
1st and 10th of February.
IS PROGRESSNG RAPIDLY. REMODELl NG
Tili! ENTIRE BUILDING. THE FRONT WILL BE SO
ARRANGED THAT DURING HOT WEATHER IT WILL
BE COMPARATIVELY OPEN, #WH1CH WILL GIVE PER
THIS THEATRE WILL BE SANITARY
IN EVERY RESPECT. :-: :-: :-:
WATCH THIS SPACE FROM DAY TO
DAY FOR FULL PARTICULARS.
THE MOTION PICTURE MAN
.ON-CASH TRANSACTIONS .. . .
FOR NEXT 30 DAYS
On remainder of our Shipment of Horses and
Mules? They are going fast-See them at once.
J. S. rOlYLER
Second floor of Brown Budding
Korth Main Street
Gives prompt g.rl&^c^iD*i?j?
kind s *>f Insurant ?dio,
He alth and Accident RiiltolaJ^t
M, M? MATTI30N, Pres. J W. UNLEYt V JPfc?.
C. EUGENE TRIBBLE, Mgr. & Treasurer
JAMES L. FARMER, Asa'tJSgr.
Our Motto ls
AT UVUC OVO
Stocks and Bonds
Now York, Jan. 27.-Attempts tn
carry further the advance in stocks
! were checked early in today's market,
? which thereafter followed an uncer
tain course. Speculation slackened.
j investment buying w aeon a dlmtn
; ishing scale.
j. Union Pacific's report of a shrinkage
; in net earnings of $443,000 last month
I discouraged buying of railroad stocks.
! General speculation was hampered
i by uncertainty as to United States
! Steel's quarterly report, which did
I not appear until after the close. Con
trasted with tlie corresponding quar
ter of the preceding year, when earn
; inga ?tere ?35,185,000, the earnings
! for the last quarter amounted to only
' $23.036,000, which failed to meet divl
I dehd requirements. The total, how
ever, wBB well up to expectations, In
: view of the diminishing business and
j falling prices of the period covered,
since which time there has been a
chango for the better.
The bond market moved uncertain
ly. Selling of some of the sp?cula
tive Issues offset Improving tenden
cies elsewhere. Total sales, par value
$4,080,000. United States bonds were
unchanged, on call,
j Total stock sales, $404,900.
New York Cotton
New York, Jan. 27.-Cotton was
easier today under scattering liquida
tion apparently chiefly promoted by
predicitons ot a sharp falling off in
spot demand after the first of the
month. One or two southern wires
reported that demand for spot lind
already slackened and there was ilbo
a little Belling here which may have
come from southern sources, but gen
erally speaking, private advices re
: ported continued firmness in the in
terior and the small basined noted
around the* ring appeared to como
.mostly from local sources. Thu cio:,e
-was barely steady at a net decline of
S io'll poinia.
After showing a net lout; of 8 to
lo .points prie.-J steadied nightly i n
covering, but there wv? no important
demand and tuc lowest lev.?! of tba
day was reichod m late trading, when
/May contracts cold at 12,2<>:'. or within
- poluta of tho lowest price reached
after publication of tl,- ' recent boar
ibii ginning report. Tho iwnil-weeKiy
ht a IT receipts, and Indicating a slight
?ultrior movement ehowiu-t relatif, iv
ncrease of stock notwithstanding-the
large shipments, may have contrlbut
od to the forenoon decline, in connec
tion with talk of an eaaler opot ritu
aiibn after filling of January engage
Cotton, Bpot, steady; midllng up
Jnhary .. .. .12.33 12.20
Mardi. 12.5G 12,47
May .12.33 UN
Tay .12.30 12.22
Wsw Orleans Cotton
'--.v C?r-iM:'i::, jan. 2?.-Th-- ?*5t !
kind'of Bpot accounts, higher prices
and tales cf large sales, constituter"",
one ?ade of the cotton 'niarkei today
r.nd dull and sagging futures formed
the other. Traders were puagle4 over
the situation und lhere huve been
few sessions in many years and there
were less speculation In evidence.
During a good part of the session the
fata re ring waa^tnfcrtatlt nmt'prTc?s
barely moved. Late In the day-a very
modrrste amount of selling served to]
'...r^a*'? ?_ iof.? Tnt b.T}'} th?) ,l<-,m* ms
I n net io's o? sevm to * v. elver* points.
Gossip was chiefly in connection
with thespot department, Texas sent
telegrams to ?he effect that consid
erable new business was doing for
February and March shipment, but
this news, like othor equally favor
able, items, tailed to have a stimulat
ing influence on tho future market.
Spot cotton steady, unchanged.
Middling, 13 6-\<c. -les on the spot,
2,163; to arrive, 1.03?.
Liverpool, Jan. i: 7.--Cotton, spot,
good business done - prices unchanged
Sales, 12.000. P.f pta, 40,000.
Futures closed ..uiet:
January, <J7 ~?.
Feb-March. 677 i.
i lu M i ii -mmmtm
GREAT! 7 R?EDUCED
-Round Trip Fares
:: Southern Railway it]
In 0G?nsvtiC5 with ! Blue PJig*,
i mnior o arri ar of the South, from
$19.20 New Orleans, La.
and return account of Mardi Gras
eeMbrat'on. Tickets on sale Feb, 1st
tb 23rd with return limit Match ?th
abd return ;jieeoeni ot Mardi Ora?
v eiei ration. Tickets, on eels Feb. 17
to* 2 ird. with return ihrnit March Sth,
? I rt 00 Meb?e, Al* ,
and return account of Mardi Orsa
Celebration. Tleaats on Sate Feb. 17
to ?3rd. with return limit ."tjernh
$12.7$ Richmond, V?
escoonic W Nation a i Edi
??Sestielation. Tickets on aa
?, M. and Sard, with retmn Um
4th, ?f??4. For complete info
motion, ticket?, etc.. call on tick
W. S. MeOEE, AGFA, runamia, S.
vT? 2? TAEKB, PATA, ?reearftte, 8.
August-S?ptcriiber 651 %.
October-November 628 %
Cotton Seed Oil
New York, Jan. 27.-Cottonseed oil
waa lower today und. liquidation in
duced by the weakness in lard and
cotton, i. Nearby deliveries steadied
towards the close on covering by re
finers, bot late months were heavy.
Final prices were 4 to 9 points net
lower. Falo?, 8,400 barrels.
New York, Jan. 27.-CV'on goods
marketa were steady toda> .vith busi
ness of moderate proportions. Yarns
wreo firm. Men's wear lines sold
fairly. Retail orders for silks con
tinued to .come along steadily.
Chicago, Jan. 27.-Rallying power
showed Itself today In wheat when
news bsd been received of a falling off
in the world's available supply. The
market closed nervous at a shade
down to 1-Sc up, compared with last
uibht. Corn linlshed unchanged to
l-Rc higher; Oats were not altered,
hut provisions cicied at a net de
cline of 5 to 10c.
WHEAT- '(Wen' Close
May .. '....*% 93%
timi .. .. ...?SI? 66%
M?y ..' ....39% 39%
July .. .9% 89%
Jan . - _11 22
May .. . . . . .7.11.67 Yl.lj
New York. Jan. 27.-Call money
.teady, 1 % a 2 per cent; ruling rate,
1, %; closing, 1 7-8 a 2. Time loans
vcak; sixty days, 2 8-4 a 3; ninety
days. 3 a l-2ffi six months, 3 3-4 a 4.
Mercantile pst?fer. 4 1-2. Stelling ex
change weak''. Sixty days, 483.75; de
mand, $4.86. Commercial bills, Q4.82
3-4. Bar silver, 58c. Mexican dollars,
15c. Government bonds steady;
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Special to The Intelligencer.
Pendleton, Jan. 27.-Miss Susie
-Un.: j.- iViurOc? is'aai ^arii.itle
fhursday after spending some time
arith her sister, Mrs. J. B. Lagon.
Mr. B. M. Aull of Autun, spent sev
sral days this week at Fingervills on
Misses Claro, Ballinger and Vera
McPhall spent some time at Walhalla
?r.ss Carwlle.of Andersen, Ia visit
T\f* !*.C?* 'ij'?t^?* ?^??*f C? o xs? r?l cr Ti ?
Mr. ?lo:ui .Stripling cf Seneca, spent
friday night .with his brother, Mr. J.
Mr. Paul Dickson, of Anderson!, waa
n -(-own Wednesday.
Mrs. J. T. Hunter and daughter,
[/wise, speqt^wral days at .Green
ville this week.
Mrs. J. B. Sadler spent Tuesday at
Greenville on-business. .
Mrs. J..B. Burdett aa^U^Sangb
:er, Martha are visiting the former's
;rother. Dr. J. H. McCfeSkey.
. On Monday, January 19 th being
Robert E. Lee's birthday, holiday waa
ii ven the Clemson College students.
\bout fiiteen or twenty spent the day
it this ph
Mr:> J. B. Harris, left Saturday for
Woodruff Wher0 she will visit her
arother, Mr. Llgon there.
Messrs. Glenn Abbott and Claude
yttihor of walhalla sncbt Saturday
1?re on bueiaess.
Mrs. Mource,r who has been very,
ll with pneumonia 1B improving now.
Mr. W. H. Whetlock went to Green
rllle on business Tuesday.
Miss Leite StribHng returned from,
\ait^on tod^r^^cr^iglttcg her cia
tess. ? .
Severa! friends enjoyed th* aven?as
;.estly last SYlC?fy *t ? ehaftfif d?h
?arty given by Miss S. M. Treseot ot
ter pleasant hom*. After severs! ic
creating games of set-back wei
played, "R?chauffe of Fl?hM wa
:odV*d on tb? chafing nish and -?ree
Uso dellctohs salad. che*?i>?*|aw
.rickers ead coffee were served
Among those visiting ai Hsrrij
Hall this wosk were. Mr. and Mr i.
Anderson *r?4 Mr. Idetat of Spartan
luring the week-end.
Miss Belle MeCutcben spent FrM
night and Saturday wlU? Mr, Mtstei
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Anderson, S. C. Vornan Attendant
We will have two
loads, of nice Tenn??see
mules for Monday's
trade, call and give us a
look. If you are in tile
market for any mules,
here is the place to buy
them, as we can save you
Was supposed to trans
mute the baser hetals in
to, gold. Today we cali _
.Efficiency is the result of
knowing how, and of do
ing the best you know
how. We could do our k
work cheaper, but we
won't. We-would do our
>rk better, but we
ANlSllI, H. C.
MEN LOVE TO INGER
ut our t?bUs. The first meat
have eaten makes them aprec?ate
oraeiike character of our ser
. co and he pleasantness ' ot the
surroundings. Stop and toko dinner