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l> New York Coito?
New York* April ? 17.-The cottou
market wan quiet today but price?
ruled pt nc rai ly steady oo a bullish
"view of the week end figure* contin
ued reports that a large proportion
of cotton arriving'here was found or
too ; low gruuP/ ut pas? contraev re- ?
quiienieutu ?nd apprapensious of un
settled or unseasonably cool weather
noulhwost. Closing prices were steady
and net unchanged to 9 points higher
with near months relatively firm.
Spinnern taklnga Ol'American cot
ton for thc week proved slightly ia I
exsesfl on expectations, making the
visible-supply, statement equally bul
lioh, whlto local buyers also pointed
out that tor; Ute fi ret time since- laat
winter stocco* nt countod Interior
town? were under iast Veer's.
Dcmaud for new crop',dellveries w*a
rather less edtlvp today- tbnn on yea
tfrdoy'R m.iiy >>".. *em?R|fi??bn." bon&e?
wero moderate buyers on the early de
ed Inp, although the . weather ' map
rhowed generally favorable conditions.
Spot cotton quiet; middling uplands
13.10; gulf 13,36. No sales. \y
Cotton futures cicded ateadjiJ ;V?i.'iS I
May. . .12.48 12.54
July .-. 1. . .12.66" 12.38
Auguct .. .'...?.O? 111*
october .?fJ. :. n.63 ILK!
December . .. .. .. .111.00
\ <? --
New [Orleans Cotton
' New Orleans; La,; April 17.-Con
flicting Influenced held In tbc cotton
market within narrow ' bounds today.
willie tiie weallier.map was W-VDT
abi?. so far as the cotton "belt itself
was concerned, the outlook was to
otormy and colder, weati^r. Reports
from tho belt told of. < *n immensi
amount of planting and of mnch cot
ton coining up. but against this was
the fear of.?am&co from the cold wave
now on the Pacific .coast.
Middling 13 1-16: sales on the" spot
1,825; to arrive 450.
Cotton futures closing;
May 12.77; July-12-67? Aug 12.37;
October 1 J?6?;'; 11 -00.
Liverpool; April 17.-Cotton spot
cteady ;. good, mi?Ull?ni5;,7.?^iSaAd|ttS?
7.::0; low . middling 6.80.. Sales 6,000.
. SpcculoWqn and export 500.
Recelas 2LO0O. Futures ateady.
N?-V . i, : Aptil 17. -C?tl0:: ?] j
today f?krtcd* tiigher on scattering
short efcvcrinR. 'jut later cased Off
tinder diaVpccls of liberal toaders on
May contracts and liquidation, for
. woatarKatrcourit on the heaviness in
lani, sinai prices were four points
lower f$r May and unchanged to one
not lowwilor the balance,
-ino market dosed easy, j.-. . i
.ii tv.-Call money
steady,'! '3-*..a*2; ,ruling rate 1 3-4;
closing. 1 3-4 a 2.
Time leans steady; sixty days 2
1-2; ninety tlftiyi?-^Sr'3-4';" six* months 3
'Mercantile paper U 1-2 a 4.
Sterling exchange . steady; sixty
. dayn 4.85.25; demand 4.86.96.
commercial bill? 4.85 1-2.
Bar Silver 63 1-4.
Mexican dollars 45 1-2
Sg^Aprll X7.-~ Dashing of
hat a way had been found to
oil tho unwieldy stock of corn
igq tpdoy rent prices tumbling
Bottom' waa not reached until
i! a fall o'. 3 rents under
: :. , is!; \. i ? ?
tinlaUed au an ??ivantac? of!
1-8 to i-4c, oats varying from 1-8 a j
iii 81 fl
I l-4c down to a sixteenth, nain, and
IntoVisions 'a' Bhade rowel* to W rita? ?fl
Coif on Good?
New York, April 17.-Cotton gooda!
markets wet? quiet And steady today!
Yarns wore duii. Bilks were ia iuuu-H
crate realest for falL Domestic wooli
markets wore firm and quiet Foreign!
wool markets held . steady but were!
more quiet than a week ago
~ ? . ?. r
? ; ". .H-t;Vi>- vS- > - t
o DUN'S BEYIEW o
o . ' o
o o o o o opp o o a o o o o o o o ?o o
New York, ?prlf 17.-Dtyn's review
will say tomorrow : . ;;
i- ''-Audverse weather conditions aceen
tuite the prevailing qulctn?ss-in traite.
te#flgbcfjj?^ ..are hot
jtosut, .yat -ijtra&t?fso?ks ohne teed by
thev bacKward Spring.
"Thc!, supply ol' commercial paper
continu?e ^?^JS?fmMt^^t feg
rajPhiJlffdleWiWl'^fte red t>r^WOW
Institutions. Confidence In tho future,
?IWTr--;'--: ls maintained, largely y be
Iflj^V^?Ap splendid, agricultural-out.
"Winter when >, ls Itt auch- shapo that
I^TCQ tant year's banner yield- prob
? ably will bo surpasaed. Everything
1 ppi?^?it?'an increased cotton acreage,
while other. leading crops are start
? lng ; well. , Speculative i nfl uer. rcs have
imparted'some Oneness to prices of
H fatwa '? ?tAOl??? hltf In. tx hrnoJ. ...... t,?
?fulfiliidlftoa are Btill' tending down
? ward. .
"* "Failures this week numb-rod 310
against 2>5 loot year and Co tn C'aura
corapated with 27."
I Lavo noticed that Prof.. W'. ,,
lafanvey-attributes thc loan bf a star
-alfalfa to the-pestering of the field,
lb a rocent issue, Mr. Walter Clark
of Clarkville. Misti., a grower of 15
*?' experience, states that, pastur
ngrdpes little if any damage. Mr.
Clark, states that thc alfalfa should "
pastured Immediately after cutting. Tn
?dt.sM^sc of a soraewhnjt'~(oft?nsii
reading on the culture ano" .treatment
of alfalfa, thia.hr the first time. I have
aeon ph article froia an experlenc?d
grower advising the pasturing of ul
faifa fk-lr?B immediately after mowing)
In foot there is almost a unanimity of
opinion that this ls "the surest known
~ ;>r ?V."K?i>? uroasiei." tn ?rt
ray reading 1 have been very forcibly
impYcsred with thu Idea that to grate
thefyoung shoots was sure to damage
th., nrUvta ?ero1"** -
In October, ?912, I seeded a five acre
field in alfalfa. . The stand aud^t
Icul?tion. were, perfect. .The flVst pu
tin- on Apr? 15, 19JS^ gave a ton an
a hali u> the ?.ere; the socon? cuttlpjfi
in Maj gu vii a ?un io thii acre. After
the first cutting a small corner of tho
field-about one' squaro' rod-was ctn
once when about half grown as .-.fil
ing Tor pig teed At tho second cut
ting thia' email patch was again about
half grown, and wai mowed along
with the full cutting. Thia treat
ment of the small patch killed tho al
falfa fhereo* completely. Mr.-'Joa.
E Wing of . Mecttanicsburg, O.. re
counted in tho Breeders' Oasetto a
parallel experience last e?toraer.
Atter my iucon? r?ii?u?g or"????????
In May. the Held was attacked by tho
Unod blister beetle. These posts kept
most of the young .alfalfa ?hoots
?.al?n off, so that my third cutting was
very light,. Aftei thc??htrd cutting
tho fluid bwcAino completely lmesleti
?erUh thc betties and tho stand of altair
fa waa destroyed"--the toots being
completely killed. I b?ltevo the wtirk
of the; taxite? killed tho alfalfa,
though l am not prepared to ?tate ?as a
tar? they Hm. My ?lf?!fa was ni??
pastured; and in ca th. ease, the mp*
ing was doue In the early 'flowering
nlRsre.-^-A. O. SlnKletsry, In Tho Pro
SMTtjtE?N BK LL Pi
Celebrates HI? SVth An?
. John Jacob Rogan, who succeeded
Butler Ames In congrees from tba
Fifth Massachusetts district, is a reg
ular Republican with progressive tea*
dencIcB, and he believes in. the preser
vation o? tb? Republican party. He is
an honor graduate of Harvard, and
his heme is in Lowell,
? Mk? the one Bertrand married
Ade fable-who knew that Co*
s discovered America,and which
lasaage cream to use and lr; lt Go
at That-have.lime difficulty remem
bering tho intricate "ii ni 1.i ffiiijjrf
Ma*t*e and the Tango. Three of the
right, two and a half south hy south
east, da capo, seveh'ttack ?b?d 'M#->
and eo on. Why not raa.*^ mathemat
ics attrnctiva, since 't.h? obliege*'are
candyt?ff We! cls^tt^sT; Why" not the ? j
Arlthrrcy??Bi progression Glide? Be
ginning .with t)ie p?e-.step, the sum of
the ?taper would .be.'"aI as 1 > %, And
that Binominal .Bend: And- oh:*-?ai
-oh! that Differential Calculus : gleer
7-P. P. A. in New York-Tribune.
OOO OOO OO O O Oo o o
Q .... ?
o SIX AND TW?NTY o
o o ? o o o o o o o o o o o
..Pendleton,. April 17.--The recent
.rain? h?v? put thc ranncra back in
' Some or our formera have begun
planting -cotton aced,-' while others
haven't made any prcaratlona
?? their tlrth v?an Jalum np riu?'zrg tho
pretty wether planting carn.
to go to church oo Sunday with theifl
whiskey. K tame of.isn't cut oufl
Kouif ono IB going to get into trbuH
We sooner or later. The church la nfl
ptac. whatever to take liquor. Th?
church la a hctiae of Qod and a placfl
to meet and Worship oar Savior, nofl
a drinking plsoe. fl
M rn. t?. F. Whitaker ata?e a buainesj
tri?) to . Anderson-last Monday. fl
Messrs Shorty Kl rod and Slim Wfoufl
aker called ai Mr. John Canon's ofl
last Sunday afternoon.
Mlaaes Eva Richey, Martha Elrofl
nod Minnie Tims ?ero out drlvhafl
I The gardens are showing the goofl
work given them by the ge^^mottorfl
I 8ucceaa lo The Intelligence? and itfl
?nany readers. fl
B y *gjt?^ t ? . ?
?.' Little Virginia Ugo* -celebrated bot
(ifth birthday 017 last Wednesday affl
Lernoon. Quite a number of Mttlfl
girls ; were with her on this occaslonH
and .after playing many amusing
games, they vere carried into flu: dru.
lng room where the ta bio waa1 spread
with delicious, cate? and fruit
Mesara W. H .and J. R. Martin ol
are; spending a few days hero with
Mr- and Hrs- J, ?. Everett of starr
spent Thursday with their KOO"'Mr. sfl
U. Lcv?re?. . " . I
Dr. .!. T. Cook of Bewers vii lc, Ga.,
is stopping itt town for a few days
vu HU a ?BaBW?1?-^ ? .- . 'WM
Mr.; iou Sherard spent'last. Monday
night in Mt. Carmel on business/
Pr. A. L. Smothers of Anderson/ waa
tn town Wednesday ba business, -fl
Miss Georgia Belle. Bashin spent
last 'Wednesday in Anderson.
Dre, D, A, B?rrigs und V. ii. Burton
lays with her fri-indt ^ra. Richard
Barnes of Barnes.
Mr. Walter Martin of Augusta. Ga.,
s visiting his sister, *4rs. Augustus
Mr. .1. J('no?\fl^^^K^lt>refl
was a business vl^i^i^rx we't? Xliursfl
^jpn last Iwsdnea^jy Mi'?? .jMs^UaJI
Entertained lite PrUA?^lasal^t lie.: home:
?1 River Street. : After e time pfvm?oh
pleasant .convonaaMonij \ Mis?u?:Hel|
served har guest .deilfttagaa/cresta and
:aLt\ ? . ?
.Dr. D.A. Uwrisejind.C., H. Harton
^?^c ?thcy,?ayeflflflflp^pg ,j
Beering of t>o Stole Modical aseoci
itlon. ! ;
t Master,. Joa~Xor4e*. \m\sm%. ot-Utarr,
?iii I Td? short while this wpek with
.er- cousin, Jack ?Levordw. in
;>?Mre; W.L. Kennedy of i^jwiidesvuie
?'ient Thursday tia town
.Dr. H. Rv WeHrf oi-Andu aeon Av i.ere
or a few dava on professions'
Mr.. and Mrs..Sam Andersen spent
>art of Thursday, ia An^t^sfljpp^i^l
5Sr, Si Iv. Jonen o? the Virginia-Car
mins Chemical CoUipnn>, who has
i Deni the patt 12 months lr? New. York
a here' Tor a short stay with friends
l?d relut ives. il^m
Mr?,, John MJL?TI who ;,as br.ca Itfefel
ting har brothel-. Mr. .1.'iv McDonald,
isa. returned to her Loin.'} in Chan?
Mr*V Mi L Kay loft yesterday for
?. Carnal and Wellington, where she
toea'ro make a vlait to relative*.
t.LKK HMAS MA li KS GOOJtt
Wit* fa Baltimore.
Ja^h.Dunn of tho jJallixuore Orioles
?as'he?n 00 much impressed with his
icw first has^mjtn. U teichman, that he
Hs*'-sold Ii-ja Heaaer to the Bn rr aloin.
a Chicago' ii developed thju f30.900
fu? ?i?i sssa iclt^t b" thc t"4** ?"~.
'f*w?^?mate3 have been VoV?O? 'and
A nia?<;ii between F?ghite? Zlnnrr
&nd Wild Cat Ferns may ebon be ck?
jd tba Kaasae City or St. Loni?. Dot!)
lre< bidding for the ho;it ahd Zluner
-ares not wi Ich;-city get* H as ; long
uroh on tue roate?*
to ttoae player? who turned
regulars. Oroh. hewever, was
a ?rw?e . last.- s? v, hl?e
was released to manns? the
.?jc'? Hs BflHHHSHI
1 ?BBfflfflRB' g|
Kout of tho best runners of OxU
aity of Pennsylvania in a relay race o
A. N. G. Jackson, G. M. Sproule, D.
(Columbia Evcnlng Uocord.) j
Thc "Toxu t" or tick fever ot cattle \
appears to ho chief obstacle to the auf-]
ccsaful raising of cattle in the South-!
lern eta'teSi thia section of the country j
tiwrig- particularly - juaceptible; --lt j
seems, to the parasite that causes tho
iroublo. lt is a disease that blights
the industry "In the Smith and yerny
mipneral and Intelligent effort on the
part ot everybody, lt csa be prevented.
It la spread only by ticks and when
those are exter ni1 i?*?i? tho dlseane will
disappear. Rapid pruess ia being
made Uv thu Federal eovurntnent *r.d
some or'the States In the eradication or
the tick. Seven years ago the govern
ment, lu cooperation wita some of
tho atates, began a systematic cam
paign to oxterml&itia-s the ticks, an?
up to this time mors than one-fourth |
of tbs territory orig nally Infected has
bcett cleared or thc ticks.
The General Aesembly br South]
Carolt?a, at. its rachat, session appro
priated 9?O,0C0 to be expended under
tho direction-'of fHomison eollege and
in cooperation with the'I ederal-gov
ernment in a campaign against- thc
tick tn th? ?tate. The! arrival-in Co
lumbia of W. K. I.e*is, expert or tho
Washington Agricultural d?partement,
to take charge of - the work- a? In
spector, and his announcement that
RELAY TEAM INVADES
?ru university. England, have sailed for
t four miles. In thia photograph tho
Nv Oaussen and N. 8. Taylor.
as interstate dipping vat for cattle
will be established In-thia city.and at
dther points in the atete for the treat
ment cf the farmers' cattle ia MiBieieat
evidence that the work eradicating the
Mpjfcrbn* begun taa? will ?be' vigoroasly
"Texas. Fever" 1B described ta
a bulletin Just leaned by the Fed?ral
Agricultural Department, whtey paye
the-name "Texas'* is eomewhat mis
loading, us it la likely w> give tb? Im
pression that the disease is confined
to tho state o? -Texas. Vrob&oly..the
!??nvM. appropriate-name ie "tlc-U fever "
cd by me
was probably inlroduc
irtutlous of cattle by the
-J"*? tb*1 e?"Hy colonita
o, and Southern United
otates, il cauBca continental icsses
year after year during the early his
tory of the conntry. Experience then
showed that th?. invariable mutt of
tho transportation o? Southern cut
tle into the Northern states was thc
of ali northern cuttle "tag the
roadj ano on the pastures owr which
the ?ontheru cattle had traveled; al
though the latter animals remained
perfectly healthy. li? tIto same way
Nochern catt's taken Snath almost in
variably succumbed io the malady.
fr'or a lon? time the cause nf Tera*
America to compete with the Unlver
Englishmen, 'rom left to right, are:
remained ' e. mystery, hut
wa? cleared up by an Investigation t
scientists in the Bureau bf Animal In
dustry about 1.300;. The work sh,?
that the disease ls caused by a email
parasite living within tho blood celia
nf the: Cattle, and the Intermediate
?tage.cr development of this parasite
occur-.; in a certain species ?f\j?w<^
Ung (Marguropus anmll?tu?>.. :in?n*
making this tick the indirect but ab
solutely essential factor in the natur
al production of the disease.
Since Texas fever ls spread..only
through the hito of tho cattle viet*; lt
follow? that bv extermh?t??n* th? ?cfc*
ticks ure estimuted at more than $-10,
OthhtKW a year, and lt in also esti
mated thut the presence of tick? iosnir
tin; awth of the South by an addition
The ticks may be dysiroyod by \ ri
rions methods', such as dipping or
anray J ?ii.-- catU svitLi certain pre
parations or 'transferring the T?a?il?
periodically front ?D? enclosure to uo
other so a*, to gradually get rid *?! th?;
tleke^lhaf..*?<* on tli?ni -grsT^t.
and the one cost widely unod, Ie* to
dip the cattle in a wolution or arsenic.
Tho new. publication of tho p?pairt?
mept of Agriculture describing, thja
disease and giving full information r
garding lt. Ja known a? Fermera' Bul
letin ?69. and may be obt?1riei! on ap
plication to the Department at Wash
ington. lt contains illustration^ of
ticks and a map showing the i???cted
region and- the progress that ha?* beau
?\?<h: In ?ytermtnatlne the tlc
?SAPTC3ED 8V MEXICANS.- j
VE?IATJ month? ago Den and Telegraph order? for -Fan Tern? ot
S?ee. BJdge?ey. two proininont Pauline.** tho SJclociie featare prodoc
t>hotopl?y performers, ?oft Hew Hon? reported hy ?ol? Ba ros tel n,
wi* horaehock trio to ?an Fran- the) manager, ct the BctactXe Poa tare
?st* recent fy firtl^?sl sr SK??.****^. >?, vars htm
rore prsvaiiad upon to appear, tn j "The Add Teat* (Vlrter. ?Teo reata),
raan) t>a*e~ apon ar? ?ncMr-j. Warren a^e?rigfen and deo Madl
- ?*.**''* l?*'0- rn?? ia tht? (lratM.I?An i(r> thk IM^IA* m?*4* tii-~, ?"'
urwl by Mexicans/* m two paru, j f ^ play* tho Oaf* of .> .-> i T > . .j, j
Monica road, hs ono of the o)ost>-TH* latter half f?f the *-*r*mrt ro?i ?ri
Eleanor Woodruff la one <
anted members of th?? rn th
waa I? often seen in moving
?Soitelin'o'i' Way" ri
lowing the alory written by
Although th? three reVia eeo
the terribie band to hand au
the last reel. The rea