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Stocks and Bonds New York. Feb. 2.?Bxtenflon of the upward movement In stocks was prevented today by a conadnatldn of bearish influences. The most dis turbing factor was renewed selling of Rock Island securities, which became ... iii.iv wuv (Last week's rej>ert that the company would be recog nised was followed today by intima tions that dividends mi.giit he sus pended on the Chicago, frxk Island A Pacific stock, which is security for the Rock Island collateral 4s. Denial Of tbhf report lessened,, the volume of selling, which for a time was of unusually large proportions, hut the stocks showed the lowest prices in the history of tho company. . The common dropped 3 3-4, ft .1-8. the preferred 4 G-8 to 14 1.-2, the collate ral 4b 2 7-8 to 4a 1-2 and the re funding 4s 2 L-2 tr. 7:? 3-4. Partial recovery was effected later. The effect on the general market wn? effective of selling hero for Ku? ropean account. Tho silent feature was preauure against various invest ment stocks, among which American Telephone, Canadian Pacific and New York Central wore conspicuous. Wee tern Union sold off in sympathy American Telephone, these shares be ing influenced by tho postmaster gen eral's recommendation in favor of government, acquisition of the wire ftfiicv.fi Deco, '.or reports of the higher extern railroads were distinctly un favorable. With nothing in the way of bul lish news to counteract the effect of th?s? influences long traders were unable to bring about n resumption of tho upturn of late last week. 'Bonds were Irregular. Tho mar kot was little disturbed by liquida tion of tho Rock Island bonds.. Total unies, pa/ value, $3,000,000. New York Cotton New York, F?-h; 2??orne liquida tion of March contracts served to unsettle cotton today and after early advance prices eased off, wltb tho close steady net 1 point higher On September, hut generally unchang ed to 3 points lowor March held its premium, over May, but part of the near month selling seemed* to come from leading trade interests and evi dently promoted liquidation all nlong the line, although thero appeared to he no change In the general character of the news Tho Now York revision committee 1st scheduled to meet after the cIobq of 'business on Wednesday, to fix differences hntween grades zz applied to deliveries an local con tracts for the remainder of the sea son and uncertainty In this respect may have been partly responsible for Increased offerings of ' tho tic months. Tho market opened steady at ar advance of 2 to s points and sold about to 7 points net hlshar during he csrlr, tr?ut?g on the active old crop months Relatively steady ca blet*, bullish overnight spot advices from the south and favorable reorts from the dry gcods trade, probably helped this advance. .Demand failed to broaden, howover, and the market soon turned easier, closing within a point or the lowest. Privat? cables reported some continental buying of new crop positions In Liverpool and snowed the market was quiet but ) steady. Spot cotton quiet; middling up lands, 12.75; gulf, 18.00. Sales, 100. Cotton futures closed yesterday: Open Close Feb. .: .._ 12.12 March.12.36 ?2.32 May..12.10 12.09 June.-, 12.05 AUgust. . .11.84 11.82 September.11.81 October ... .11.54 11.50 Liverpool Cotton Liverpool. Feb. 2.?CQtton spot higher; fair good middling. 7.38; Soles. 12,003; receipts. l.CW, Quiet and steady. February.6.70 1-2 April-May. .? ceo July-Aug. . 660 1-2 Sept-Oct. c.34 Nov-Doc. G.21 Deo-Jan .. .;.6.10 1-2 Now Orl?ans Cotton (Now Orleans, Feb. 2.?Cotton ad vance* In the morning sexton today, going 8 points over Saturday's dose, but in the afternoon fell oft* under dullness and closod at the lowest of the day, 2 to 3 points under Satur day's last quotations. The fcuylng ca the early trading was. In respond* to the bullish atti tude of the Liverpool market, hut the stood weather over the belt attracted attention to ?eportn of law-ward farm work and predictions of ? large acre age this spring. Selling resulted which pared down the advance. Bulls were not aggressive on the advance and bears did not attempt to follow up ??iw ?.?taii?ur.e iney naa in. the afternoon. Lack of how features In the spot; market was partly respon sible for tho dullness in futures. Gnot cotton steady, unchanged. Mid dling. 12 1.1-16. Bates, oa the Bpot, L (*$"; to arrive !".."<>. Futures cfc>s?ng: ibrasur:. , .t2.4o1 iT i. 12?6# October. 12.58 Cotton Goods New York, F?b. i. - Cotton markets firm ><>d*y,>U jgas announced Afrl.Fruit otlvi?paom%^m^chci Corporation d.rres goods were opened for the fall on the price basis1 of I Commercial \Mt\ y I i)trmi;.'i\ Men's wear lines were flnne'r with a tendency to ad vance. Money Market New York Heb-. 2.?Tall money firm er 2 to 3-4; ruling rate. 2; closing ? to 1-2. Time loan;; weak; sixty days. 2 3-4; ninety days. 3 to 1-4; six months, 3 to Mercantile paper, 3 3-4 to 4 1-2: '.Sterling exchange sixty day bills, 481; demand, 485.7S. Commercial blHn. 483. Bar silver, 57 3-4. .Mexican?dollars. 45 1-1. Gov ernment bonds firm; railroad bonds irregular. Cotton Seed Oil COTTON SEED OIL?. New York, steh. 2.?Cottonseed oil was dull with prices a shade lower under scattered local selling on the decline in lard and dullness in con suming circles. Final prices were generally 1 to 2 points net lower. Sales, 2,700 barrels. Prime crude, 600 to Ou?; prime summer yellow, 700 to 720; February. 709; March, 714; April, 724; May, 736; June, 74.">: July, 755; August, 766; Scptemtber, prime winter yellow tnd summer white. ?20 to 800 Chicago Grain and Provisions | Chicago, Feb. 2.?Cold wave pre dictions, completed with absence of any snow safeguard, in Nebraska, brought wheat buyers to tho front today. -Largely m consequence, the market had a strong finish at 3-8 to 5-8c net advance! Corn closed l-4c off to l-He up, oats the name as Sat urday night, and provisions down 2 1-2 to ? to 7 l-2c. WHEAT? ' . , Open Close May.93% i?:i% July.88% 88% CORN? May . .66% 66% July...65% 65% OATS_ May . ...39% 39% July.jj.?.? C3% LARD? ? - May.?.? 11.50 July...?.?< 1L27 RIDS? May.?.? 11.52 July..-. .. ?.? 21.67 PORK? May ... ,.21.55 21.50 METHODIST MINISTER RECOM MENDS OHA TtBKRLAIN S COCtlH UE3EEDY. Rev. James A. Lewis, Mllaca, Minn.. wrltes:'-TJnamborlain'a Cough F.omedy has been a needed and wel come gucl in -our home for a num bcr of years. X highly recommend It to my fellowsj as , being a medicine worthy of tri?! in cases of told;-, coughs and croup." Ott? <*httfn! Iain's Cough Remedy a trinl and vt'a ; are confident you will find it yj effectual aid continue to \ PC '.: :?s occasion requires for years to trr.r.i\ au many others .haw dene, Ter fe?io by f.vans Pbarna fe?;:l??v salesday. Properly Disnoxed of ;:t Public Anc tien Yesterday. Jp? - Following Is the list of sales aud prices paid: !n the caaet** YV*. K. Hudgenfc, vs. B.1 B. Ragsdale in his own right and as administrator of the estate of Mrs. L. G. Ragsdale, deceased, and Robert Ragsdiie*, ithett Ragsdale and Mary Ragsdale, minors: -Two tracts of land In WMllamston township; 3 10-100 and 24 3-4 acres. Bid in by W. K. Hudgon'ator $2,800. In the case, of G. N. C. Boleman vs. Elijia eehrpeder et ni, 155 a?res in Fork township. Bid in by W. H. Shearer, the tffiee being $6.235. In the case of Williamston Lumber company < s, Bailie R. Green, Oscar F/.tchoy, et al, 1 lot In town of Wil Uemeton, bid hi by E. W. Gregory for 8200. In the case of Mrs. Florenco Rice Thompson, in her own right and as administratrix of the estate of G. D. Thompson, nine lots in' town of Starr, bid In by T. Allen, attorney; two lots in Varennea township, bid In by T. Allen, attorney, for $200; 200 acres of land In Oconee county, bpvight by T. Allen, attorney, the price being $1, 350; A house and lot in the town of Bel ton was sold to R. R.. Keaton for $l,2B0. J. M. Pa got,, trustee, sold 39 acres of land In Ceatervllle township ad joining the Equinox mill to II. K. Llgon for $5,200. T'areo lots in t!io city on Johnson street wera also bought by Mr. Lleon for $500, $175; and $150 respectively. Three shares of stock of the Farmen; I^onn and Trust corirmny of the par value of S5d csgh were cold ,?vu ?ur wie tar?e f lir?j*. Twenty t^atea of l'e?p?e* Bank stock of. t ie par value of $50, i\ere Sold tor too e. ?haro. Ten shares of Anderson Cotton mill slock w^re sold st $2? ~ t#r ;?tte. ... (Five it tsros of Anderson Phosphate ?p>d Oil ^nmttf preferred sU*k brought STAs.jstr.share. THE SESXanrSK g?E5u'iyij, Remedy ever since I hive been Soap ing bofjsVr, 'as**? L. C. Haas?, of Mer bury, Als. T com ?der it one of the best remedies t ever-uted. My. -hildreu have alt taken* It and It works Hke a dream, for colds und whooping cough it' la excellent." For sale <by Kvaas Pharmacy. ! SPRING-"191 FRIDAY 6?1 H "Have Your Measure Taken by aft'EXPERT." ? . a Special Representative of The hop KINS TAILORING CO., of Baltimore, Will be Wilii us oh tbc Abve Named Dates anct Witt Take Pleasure in Siicwiiig You me far; aus Hopkins if* ; s?i- ai? Line in it's Entirety, EffiSraeiny Ai! the Advance, Spring and Summer Styles, imported and Domestic Wool ens oS Every to From at Attractive Prices. Let ils Show Yoii. "A POSITIVE QUARANTE ii; :- ... , c. p.%?iiiva We Clean and Press fo? Benson St cc None s?ftuTrfe without the Bcavvr Wude-marU, f a?tnnliswl waiMK Another Bad Case Cured ?irj wife v*a eriwled end unable to w*? W? tbri w*rt?Wrh**n*ati?r:. She fell oCf 4a weight from 100 to lia pan so*. Doctor* Mkd TsriotM rated!* CulbSg' to beip&er, w* tost *!l hope of: hev reeqViay. !>?. Jonas' Liniment Uviug been b.igl.ljr F. B. KlSll&tt. SS3 "Woodw.ijd Ave., AU&aU, Gsw W che. b**t remedy Made for Lum bago, ttettrAhfii*, Lanteuess. or any pain thj*4 ciu? btf jreachea by external 3^'f|^fd4v4*. Tri*? COLLEGE VIEV Only ONE of those $1250.00 lots left-Mr! Nardin Webb having bought t h ? other one. Watch College View Grow. Anderson Real Est. & Investment Co. E. R. HORTON, FW L, S, H?RT?N, V. P. W. P. MARSHALL. Sect V. Sfyles-and-Su?tings ? SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7?? ^lot?tes Make ' The Man." let us Prove il to You, in One of Our I-:? Made-to-Measure Suits. 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