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TRADING LIGHT I
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vering , Gives Merket Rather |
Ha. Effect or? Market
^ (By;"Associated "Press.)
" ?ew VorKy May_9.-A good weath-l
/map and prospects ior a continua
.|n of .favorable conditions over Sun-!
Ppr caused ^Considerable scattered sell
in tho, collen market today and
close .wan. steady af a net decline
2 to 10 .points.
'ables made a steady showing and
the opening .hore Waa steady at an ad.
flhce ot 1 point to a decline ot 2
points, wit li the near months relatively
firm. TheroNvaa some covering which
?ave the market rather a steady; un?
der tone after the call, but aa soon ais
for generally-'fair-.weather over
belt, (?tices turned easier under
ling by Wall street, . Southern and
rivate l.tsgbles from Liverpool ro
ted continental covering .of May
JwitC ???^ro. st iii5 st?rt, ii?i?uWc? by
a;'/barely steady close as a result x>f
real king- ^Weekly reviews of the dry
sltuatron indicate^ little change.
>t cotton quiet; middling uplands
gulM32S. Ko sales.
Hon tatures closed Steady.
)ber .1164 1161
imbcr 5. *.. ..1163 HOC
just as they
here*s the coi?
Big table in our ieit ais
tte ?ml l? \ptt 36-inch rt
gc Apron bingham?, ali rfc
i i), in, ltic mite lawn Item
dc and 7c Calico light or
iii l-2e und 13c Curtain,
.J Scrim remnants Mon
VfTj?w?C White i'reprs, ?7??*t
"i'f?wt Ste Balles' regular v
****** 10c vard^:
37 in. !3c Whito Katine? 1
* le. best fi?c Waite Batt
ii? ???s90 crinkled or cr
lonstration will Co
New Orleans Cotton
New Orleans, Ma*y O.- K further de
cline of 2 to 5 points waa the result of
today's trading in lite local cotton
market. A.drop, inprices,shortly; a?
ter the opening:followed liverpool's
downward shading, as the result of a
general improvement in weather con
ditions in all parts or the cotton belt,
and throughout thc short day there
waa a general tendency toward lower
Spot cotton quiet e and unchanged.
Middling 13 l-4i sales on'the. spot 400;
to arrive 165.
Cotton futures closed, steady. May
J287; July 1265; August 1235; Oc
tober 11C6; December 1164.
Liverpool Cotton *
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liverpool May 9.-Cotton apot steady |
good mtddlWg 79G; middling 784; low
middling 688. Sales 7,000; speculation
and export 1,500. RecelptB 9,000.
^U?ti?fi? ??ic?y OVCB?JF.? ?II1 y O'JO;
May-June 6S3 1-2; .July August .678:
1-2; August September 663; ' October
November 632 1-2 ;1 December January
Cotton Seed Ol!
New York, May 9-The cottonseed
bil market opened about ateady, but
developed an easier feeling under re
newed liquidation and final prices
wer? net unchanged to 2 points.lower.
Chicago. May 9.-Adverse CTOP con
ditions in Ehirope from the Atlantic lo
letitors n?r feven the
round expiMuhig it i
drop you'll know
Dr of one or two.
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All silk atessallae pel
fat?^talne $8? regular
le? doxen- Cannon Mit
Bleached Turkish .'
heavy weight, worth
109 dosen I'aaaon Mil
Huck Towels, cheap i
as you please at ;
Si ?is yea please, tko
Iowa where yctf cnn,
1000 yards 38 In. bent R
llieaebfng, Cambric ai
donday 10 yard? for
10 yard? Hm?.
89 fe. Pajama Cheek, M
Ift-in. fall 50c vains Ce
brebJery, BnHes* every
H25c y ai
te" Crop* Linea chea
. S? piece? 4? lack ;.
[ This Di
lean Your ]
nviitce You? Phoj
auced today thc effect of the great j
wheat harrest which is looked for lal
the United States. The market closed !
Steady at a gain of a shade to 1-8 a
l-4c net. Corn closed 1 8 a 1 4 cent off j
to 1 8 cent np,
Oats were unchanged to a sixteenth
loweri ano * r/rovision? . virtually! thc
same ia last night.
Now York. May 9.-Cot'jon gooda
markets were quiet and' steady, today.
Yarri* were quiet. Curtailment lr?
reased. Burlap mar
kets weie quiet. Linens were In mod
erate demand for fall.
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* THE DAY IN CONGRESS *
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Washington, May 9.-Day in Cori,
House: fiet at noon. , *
Continued debate on pension appro
Education- committee beard . motion
picture men'regarding Federal'censor,
Pension appropriation bili passed
after lively debate on numerous
araertamentB wmcn were vote? down.
Elections committee favorably ror
portod bill for popular election of sen
Elections committee reported that
the democratic congressional commit
tee bad not violated law in assessing
members for expenses of conjtre&slonnl
War department submitted addition,
al deficiency estimates aggregating
$2,701,327 for supplies, transportation,
etc., for troops in Mexico.
Adjourned at 6:15 p. m. until noon
Senate: Met at noon.
. Resumed debate on Panama tolle ex
emption repeal bill.
Adjourned at 4:35 p. m. until Tues.
? general passing ci
otttem, but if yotr ii
the reason. If yo
ls large sig?,
ts large ?Ixe
tt L25, Monday
eaty store in
rade Pee Mills
t Musita finish,
t<noaj IO fards
ruet C?viT eat*
day price 35c
t~, Monday way
s m Dry
. 38. in. Colored R
Lavendnr. Tan? I
worth 4bc, BaHes* '
10 lucb hem 50c
rial Sor Monday, B
Tokyo Crepe?- la
light Kine, Pink
Special far Mondai
5 plere? 27 In, WI
raine. Special for ]
N 48 Inch .Crepe Ll
lar Bee HITC prk
Mundar, Bailed wa
In Tan, ('openhan
While and Wistari
?Irr? Mailes* way
4? inch Art Lia?
gad Herc*, 75c val
dar? Balles7 way
Mr Stilt Mardah
Lavender, Narr 2(1
Gea. Bonham stated yesterday that
special Invitations would be issued to
Col; R??. A- Thompson of Walhalla, tho
last member of the Secession con
vention, to Rev. Dr. wv P. Jacobs, a?
attache of Miat convention and to Gen.
B. M. Lav of Barlow, Fla., the rank
ing survi^ lng Confed?rate soldier born
ta this b. ate". Gen Law comanded a
division ftr*m Ambama, and waa one
of th? heroes of Chlckamauga. Col.
Ashbury Coward of Orangeburg, one
of tho few regimental comendera liv
ing, will also be given a special invi
tation :try friends in Anderson. Ile was
one ?f the natuecockB of the waa*.
A well known Columbia decorator
who b?s In stock: ? lot of busting
wishes to come to Anderson to confer,
with tho commttteb with reference to
decorating the public buildings and
Mate a place in, yg?r home for some
o?d Confederate veteran. Lera^have
iiicov"5oiiiB nwajr wajriitB iaat Ander
son Is. the most hospitable place In
thc whole shining world.
^SPlght ai Tampico Hqon.
Washington, May 9.-Rear Admiral
May?i?,t Tamufco reported tate tonight J
c constitutionalists were pre-'
parlmrto make a desperate effort to
captjn* t?at port immediately, from
the ?frican federal troops.
.^jR.f'onsnl Reported Free, Hf;
Washington. May 9,^An^rloa?
Vkei?Onsbl Sil liman,'.reported imprfs-,
bpenjMr Mexican F?d?rais at Saltillo,
it? BS^?fr and well, according to assur.
unces made to the French legation In j
Mexico, City by tba Mexican war mlu
md can't underra
show the complexioi
u don't know then* i
?jr Bat?es? Way
alise Ju Pink? Blee,
lark <?lbra, etc,
Witto Roi lue, ripe?
i Navy Hine, White,
-worth See yard*
, halie*' way
i?lr Ratine, full 15c
Gonday Battes* way
?tes-lu Vlak, Blue,
ie lit, Special -for
i wJered Crepe
:cn, Savy, . Black,
i-Special for Jfon*
n-ra Cream, watt*
F?C, Spcrlal for 3foa
oe, #te*; regalar. 8*e
Woy VD cplorc
Unen thread fit
cheap, al lac y
day. Balles* wa]
19 inch Fine
25c, regalar B
Special for Kel
Vast 49 laca
(ely thc finrhf
whore for $aUX
Hiwfflal fpr Sci
ie lach Whit?
at *5e a grofet a
for Monday. Bal
27 lach Whit?
tiuallt) ?ai eh?
52 lach Ivan
worth 15c, rrg?
I???. ?pe/lal f?
si 'lach Fad
lo ?etd fa thia
? CLEAf>I V
send a machine
ED OF SCHOOLS
IS BIG PROBLEM
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E. P. McGR?VY GI VIES SOME I
People of SUte Need Education]
and Hope of Masse* Lies fa
Kesley, May 9.-In an lutcrvtew.with
E. 1\ McCravey, regarding several
importent problems that.confront the
public at present and some which are
wprth the though of every-good citi
zen. Mr. McCravey gave out the fol-:
lowing for publication:
. "Aa to my political ?. .uro, I have
only thin to say, that I have never had
much political ambition but WouM
like to have been able to do something
fdr the class bf people that need help.
Unfortunately, lhavo served in tba
legislature during a period when
there was more or less factionalism,
which prevented tho passage ot some j
things that ? hop-? tu ?6b wooran i
laws and which would uav greatly!
bpneStted the masses of our people.
However, I haVe no criticism for those \
who do not see as I do. WhcJbor I
continue in .politics cr not. Intrust
there will be lagging on the part of
those who do continue along educa
"Our people need education, and pf
course, tnt only hopes for the masses
arc in tho common school. Realizing
this, 1 have given much'time to-the
t,;l.udy of common acboolE and condlt
nd why such crowti
i of youi cheeks her
l/TCii ViWjB_|~ Vdfgt 1/ i
for Monda), Ballas*
d Klaxons, penaansnt
tish, stripe? and tolfd
ard. Special for Mott'
White Nainsook* worth
ee Hive 13c value,
day. Bailes way
Black Taffeta, abRbiu
qnallty and sold else
I In 5? .Inch wMtp,
; crepes, arl nail j sold
ian j places, Special at
j Katine, a beaatlfat
ap at s?c, .Sp?cial far
kee Zephyr Kingham*,
liar Bee Mite prJc?? 1 i
r Monday, Balfes* v .iy
ded Table Felt-bard
?day. Bailes* way
with new 'i
in their mal
day only CP
the kind u?
cents the \
neck and -a
? to ld,W
bad well no
and expert for a
ions and have Worked hard trying toi
better them in every way possible.'
Tho collegee will he taken care of, I
un sure-it matters not what comos.
Knowing thia lull well. I have given
my atte- km mostly to the schools the
masse? the people need. For yonrn
1 have \ .irked and prayed in roy ieBblc
way for tito common schools of our
State. I have seen them make a bril
liant start, and lt would griove me
much to see them fall nut now--on
tho other hand I hop? to seo them,
go on to greater and better things.1
If wo could reach the pjace whoro wo
could have a rural. graded school In
every country district and a 12-grade
high school In every high school dis
trict In the State we would thdn make
lt possible for every child to get a
good, common school education. This
is thc end I have aimed ut and trust
others will seo thc need of lt.
/'There ls another clase that aceda
attention that 1 am trying to benefit,
aud I hape that they shall not bb for.
gotten by those whom 1 sm trying, to
represent. It is tho children living
in tho-mill districts. Wo need schooln
tor them as good and progressive an
tba schools In other districta and we
must have them if Justice is dono.
I "Thorn Itt anivthar orront twmil ?nil
that is a textile school where mill boya
and only mill boys can go and get the
necessary training to enable them to
hold any position in connection with
the mill business. Le thc school man
ufacture cottou goods and the output
of tho school min pay tor the hoy'*
education. ! have seen this grout
need for schools for a number ol
years abd have tried to work up some
sentiment along this line. We have
a splendid buldlng at Clemson Col
legs which ls now being used us i
textile department. That with a siual
expenditure could be made to servt
the purpose suggested hero and 1 t hin ?
would help Clemson to do a better ant
greater workgulong the textile liaei
In connectlmT with Clemson or ah:
i?Vii"iin mn1 ?Rgii iibi"tiiiiihMittCiwfia!iHm in
ls throng our store
e Monday and get a
are here, ta medina*,
feat her weigh I Myles? nud
'peela! feature* embodied
tenn that Induces to a bet*
ar finer appearance.
Mi Airy Knit Yentl lated
t Knits, special fer Men?
cents sttlL All sixes,
s Nainsook Underwear*
?ally sold at 50 cent?-- all
a IcncrtbH-Ballon' way 25
i Ladles* ga use vets, taped
trass-cheap at lb cents,
Monday. Ita iles* way
Boy's Khaki Fants, sixes
ort h 50c. pair, special for
MCB'K Khaki rapt?, strong
ade, flap pockets, belt loops
vaines, special fer. Monday
r . .
$ig Leaders in
-rMe?V fine ?ray Worsted
ilifuHy tailored amleth*
soine pf tho mill district? of tho ?late.
It aoeina to tuc this -'ls very necessary
uud should he considered u.-riously.
I believe a school qf thin kind will
cooncr Or later have to lie h?llt und
run as outlined, above. The Harnes?
Worth bill waa a step in the right di
"I do not hand this out a?,political
'Ji>i-e. hut I hope thdt ?hose, whe ?diull
renrcs'-rt us wll consider these aug-,
lis ou Uto. ir.- and plain ll ring but you
J need "something tn tako and h<4$
to keep your system .regular in ull its
Ra Lts Xe
Will Act on Your
Hko a summer shower on the wilted
iiuwot-F. Spring is just around the
cornor with that usual "tired feeling"
effect and lt behooves you to take hold
or lifo with a firm grasp./1 ?t. tu T.
will give you a good start.
BO cents and 1.00 per bottle at you*
Manufactured and Uuarauteed by
few ripe plums
style? $?6M value, ??fd itere
rly at 91&&0, special for Ston
l2??-Men'H Blue Serge Snits.
ir,M valne, half lined, Balles?
r $t?/>b sellfr, ft?M?cla|^?j??ff?
silk Messalinr Petticoats, fall
value? second floor special far
T enlr, ; , r- ,
iee Dresses 75c each
se dresses are splendid values,
of sturdy, serviceable Percales,
and dark colors* Well sande la
particular. Tba lowest price ai
we have ever sold geed hen ne
a. On second fleer.
S ni meg? fer Sc.
alls Sewing Cotton for :>v
men's Talcum Powder, t fer Z*c.
Tange Hair Plas, ?Vc pair?
Fans, ftc each.
Fans, Itt* each,
Toilet paper. ? rolls far SS*,
lead Hair Tl et? fer 10c.
V. C. all sises ap to Sb, 19c spool.
Tool h Brushes, 15* each.
ne lot $1.50 Wagojil
lias, entra well made
i regulation eke, Mon
r r> v? I tr 7Or? Tuarts
>nlv 1 to a Customer. )
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