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Stocks and Bonds.
NEW YORK. Feb.. 4.-Renewal of
liquidation in eoveral of higb priced
dividend paying shares and contin
uance of pool!manipulation in certain
of the specialties were productive of
some mixed price movements in to
day's stock market. ? Canadian Pacific
and Southern Pacific, as well aa Read
ing and patt of the granger group
were under* pressure, which socmcd
to result more from liquidation titan
Rumor attributed the. selling of
Canadian Pacific and some other fav
orites to thc foreign account, hut In
ternational .brokera reported .little
liquidation for Europe. United;States
steel and the coppers were sympa
thetically affe^?ed. tho one notable ex
ception being Tlethlehrm Steel, which
rose almost -3 points.
American sugar was exceptionally
weak among the issues of its hind.
losing 4 point:; on persistent selling,
while Beet Sugar declined a point.
United States Realty, ono of tho dor
mant specialties, dropped 8 points to
40, its minimum. In thc final hour
prices underwent price readjustments,
some stocks niakiug partial recovery,
while others fell back again.
Approval of the Erle Railroad':; ap
plication to increase tho interost rate
on the notea of one of Its subsidiaries
will probably be followed by new
flnnncinn ?->f that account. |
Among the adverse rallroud returns j
for December submitted today were
Missouri Pacific, with a net loss of
&00.000, Rock Island $328.000, ano
St. Louis, Iron Mountain. & Southern
London's markets -were barely
steady. Tho Bank of "England re
ported another material lons, aimost
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J. M. McCown's Grocery
Oranges.15c, 20 and 26c
Apples, per peck.40c
Raisins. 2 lbs. .25c
Nuts por lb.25c
Bananas.15 and 20c
Cranberries. ..10c qt
Prunes. 2 lbs.i.85c
Citron, per lb.20c
National Biscuit Co.'s Fruit Cake
at per pound.50c j
J. M.McCOWNf- ir,
I Phone No, 22.
md Financial ?
$7,600.000, of gold and a slight re
duction of liability reserves.
The new Pennsylvania 4 1-2's were
thc principal feature of the irregular
bond market with heavy selling under
their recent best. Total sales, par
value, were $2.220,(K)U.
United States bondi* were unchang
ed on call.
New York Cotton.
NEW YORK, Feb., 4.-Cotton a lit?
tlc more than recovered yesterday's*
losses during today's trading with the
?.lese steady at a net advance pf ?13 to
Relatively steady Liverpool cables
cables fatted to inspire much tidying
power here at tho start and after i
'opening steady ot an advance -of 2 to 4
points, prices ca.ied off to about yes
terday's closing figures. There seem
ed to be some further Wall Street
und western realising or liquidation
on this setback, hut offerings were
much smaller after the heavy selling
cf tho pn.it few days and the market
soon became firmer on an active de
mand * from leading trade interest.
Appearance of this demand encourag
ed a renewal of commission house
buying and there was also some cover
ing on thc advance which carried
prices about 14 to IS points net high
er. The close was at practically thc
best point of the day.
Thc buying seemed to bc more gen
erally influenced by the continued'
firmness of thc spot' situation, Ute
talk of an ' improving demand frcm
omestlc trade sources and thc con
tinued heavy exports.
Spot cotton quiet; middling uplands.
8.70; Quit 8.95. No sales.
Cotton futures clojed steady:, rtf* '
Open. High. Low. Close
March.8.CS 8.72 8.61 8V72'
May. 8.86 8.97 8.81 8.95
i uly.' 9.04 9.15 9.00 9.14
October . 9.28 9.,".9 9.24 9.38
December_ 9.41 9.53 9.33 9.51
New Orleans Cotton?
NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 4-Increased
exports-96,272 bales for the day
caused a decided rise in thc price of
cotton today, although the volume of
business done was only moderate. At
the highest prices were ll to 13 points
over yesterday's final figures. Thc
close was at a net gain ot 10 to ll
Shipments today rounded otrt an
other million, the exports this 3eason
totalling 4,078,61ff bales.. Foreign
shipments thus far this week amount
ed lo 440,064 bales, the lurge'st ?or any
week this season add Vie OS the larg-,
cst weeks on record? ?>
1 fJoarlnh rumors which lcd to short
selling in the earlKpsrt of the day
were tbat little fresh ^oajflgftrfrMlftBW.'
v.-a a being done and that freight-'rates
I - .
12 i-2c yard wide EXTRA SVECIAL FOE
SAT! RDA Y ANO . MON?,. ..
standard Percale, ^?dl?, ?b.vitUt?..irtUttlk*
Clearance Price,, ^^rgg*^
7 3-4c; Yardi ^?^''-^c
Best 10c Heavy
B. FLEISHMAN & BROS.
NOW GOING ON
$1.50 . Lone
yards to piece.
WE URGE YOU TO COME AND
SEE THE GOODS WITH THE
ACTUAL PRICES MARKED IN
PLAIN FIGURES.' THEN YQ?
WILL REALIZE HOW BIG THE
Entire Fall & Winter Stock Must Be Sold Quick
$4.50 and $5.00
Boys' Balkan ?nd
Fino Dress Pants
$1.25 and $1.50 , $?Uo Buys'
Men's Work and Brand New
Dross Pants.. Norfolk .Suits -Norfolk .Suits.
Clearance Price. Cloac&ncc Price.'Clearance Price Clearance Price.
85c pair $1.95 $2.95 $1.95 pair
- $1.00 Seamless Bed Sheets, also
?1.25 Heavy SBc 81K?0
Blankets '. .
18x3G S 20c i urkish
irrev tun Huck Towels fi Bath Towels Pure
grey, tau 3c each | 14c each
A ???.Y. Per 00,011 VT>R 1Kwon Bloachod
?. white 90c $i.so ?
?ft . Indies' Silk Hose \. . . . s,,eots
79C J fir' ISC Men s Wc Ho?, ^
'Lidias' 15c j ddt
Lisio Hos? Men's 16<r"HOSe 1
9c 9c \~
See Large Circular For Pric<?
Reductions on Every kineW?Wt?^
, i -ni "'n ? 1 i '
B. FLEISHMAN & BROS.
Up-to-Date Dept. Store.
Anderson, S. C.
were Calling 1n cons?quence, but their
influence was short lived siter thu
statistics ot the day became known.
Spot cotton steady, unchanged. Sales
JU the spot, 1.100 -?Hq arrive 1,350.
Cotton futures closing:
March 8.34; May 8.63; July 8.82;
October 8.10; December 8.24.
LIVERPOOL,, Kelx. 4.-Cotton, spot,
steady. Good middling 5.39; middling
5,05; low middling 4.66.. Sales 6.000;
jpeedlation and export I.60O. Receipts
Futures steady. May-June;, July-,
August 5.03; October-November 5.14;
Cotton Seed Oil.
. NEW YORK.( Feb.. 4.-Cott-oueced
nil advancecr !r to G points carly today
un the light movement of seed, sear
city of crude offerings and fredi buy
ing for outside account on thc
strength In grain and cotton, but to
wards tho closo the list reacted un
der heavy realizing sales. Fit i offer
Inns were well al; -jrhed. however, and
tho undertone ut thc clo.ie was de
cldc?ly steady with prices generally
unchanged tc 1 point; net higher
Sales 27. 800 barrels.
The market closed irregular. Spot
17.1607.23; February-March $7.21?
7.22; April $7.2ii?7.29; May $7.31<??
7.32; June $7.40? 7.43; July $7 Jil if
7.53: August $7.60(fi7.Cl ; September
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NEW YORK. Feb.. 4.-Cotton good
were steadv .lint quirt todav. Worsted
warp broadcloths advanced 2 1-2 cents
a yard. Raw silk wa j steady.
CHICAGO. Feb.. 4.-President WU
son's speech referring to a world
shortage pf Jood a<nd to hh desire to
oromotc export trade served as a
*>aBls today for renowed wheat buying.
There was an extreme advance of
5 3-4 a bushel, with thc close unset
tled at 3 1-4 to 4 7-8 above last night.
Corn gained 1 1-1 fi 1 3-8 to 1 3-8 net
an'I oats 1 to 1 IS. Provisions fin
ished 2 1-2 off to 5 cents up.
Grain and provisions closed:
Wheat, May ?1.64 1-8; July $1.41 7-8.
Corn, May 8p 1-4; July 84 1-4.
Oats. May 61 1-8; Jnlv RS 1--?.
Cash grain: Wheat, No. 2 red, $1.60
firstname.lastname@example.org; No. 2 hard, $email@example.com 1-2.
CHICAGO, Feb., 4.-Hogs unsettled.
Butk'.$7.6"&?7?5; ^IWrt $6.8507-15:
mlxod-'iS.tSOlttO; fccwfy $?.7fi?*.20;\
rough $6.750)6.85: pigs $5.600)7.60.
Sheep strong.,',. Sherp $6.4007.16;
vrnrliags $firstname.lastname@example.org;'>'lambs $7.75?
McADOO SPEAKS . ?
mv ; . ; -sjjgr*/ TT A ?6 )
Addresses Chamber *>fCcrrttrierce j
Iof United States-Charleston
Man Eiacted Director.
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(Hy AaocUtot Prap.)
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4.-The cham
ber of commerce ot thc United States
tonight ordered a referendum votes nf
Ita membership on merchant . marine
questions, .including government
ownership and operation of ships.
A majority report of the chamber's
merchant marine committee denounc
ing the government sbtp purchase bill
pending In thc senate failed to receive
the two-third > vole necessary for its
adoption although 161 delegates voted
for lt and only 90 in the negative. A
minority report approving the bill al
go' was rejected. Then it was deter
mined ko lay the matter .before tho
organisation? composing tho chamber-.!
Secretary, Mt-Adoo, of the .treasury
department, was tho Chief speaker for
tho-ship hill, and Senator Burton for
ita opponents, Kauh. argued earnest
ly, thc forrnaj speech, fnatdog ylrtually
turning-into., a Joint .debate.
The nominating, committee, recom
mended the. election of these 1.2 direc
tors, eli being regarded S3 cqiilvalont.
tO' election:.. . < x
f: Howell n. ChCiioy. South Manches
ter. Conn.; Willlgm H. Douglas. Now.
York; R. G. Rhett, Charleston. S. C.:
R. T. CunniLgham. Fairmont, W. Va.;
John W. Philp.. Dallas; Charles S.
Keith, Kansas City; 1.. C. Boyd, In
dianapolis; Henry .B. Joy, Detroit ; E.
T. Meredith, Des Moines; Thomas B.
Stearns. Denver; Th-mum Burke,
Seattle, and Alfred I. E^bzerg, San'
(UNCINNATI. Pei :, 4.-Tbe netlojifcl
baseball commission, fo??f ^?rsedui
flnd?ag, iou fini nsU >eal^i>oaxaL. -and,
a '.'jtrtifstr fiof.sa agnrnsr tne'rtewijfjvi
News/ebJ^d/Ithe Virginia State
league, m favor of former -Mnusger
Harry Matthews, of that ? clnb. The
board, had denied the award.
', Matthews* claim for salary from
August 1 last, the day ha waa released,
until September 15, 1914, the day his
contract ls alleged to have expired,
waa disallowed by the national boara,
but ?"fter reviewing, the ?vidence the
commission ruleVT that the above
amount should be forthcoming to the
manager for his release waa not In ac
cordance with the terms of his con
RIFLEMEN DRILLING !
PALMETTO RIFLES COMPANY ]
HAD BIG MEETING LAST
Wm Be Inspected fcft.March ll. ?
Second Meet Hi g of Company . ?
Under Gov. Maning.
Preparatory to annual inspection on
March ll, tho Palmetto Rifles of this
city arc doing some bard practicing
hiMt now. Last nightie inilltiumon
held a lengthy session' at thc armory
nn West Earle Street and thc drill
was'attended by full) 40 members of
Ihe company. This~ woe Ahe sucond
meeting of' thc cohipany^Bince '.he ,
l>romulgatio:i of the recent order by
Governor Manning declaring null' und
void the order issued by Governor
Please disbanding the State Militia.
NEW ORLEANS. Feb.. 4.-Accord
ing to statistics -made public today hy
the IK.ard of trade, 5.923.970 bushels;
of wheat, were exportod through New
Orleans during the month of January.
?NhVttody Wished Ashore.
NORFOLK. Va.. Feb.. 4.-Tho body
if a white man, supposed to have been
one of tho crew of tho yacht Idler
hal rieht to pieces off Cape Hatteras
ahout a week ago, was washed ashore
il ntvd'fcUlill life station this after
noon. Thc drowned man had BIX
gold teeth and weighed probably 1401
Fined tia Picas of Onllty.
LOUISVILLE, Ky.. Feb., 4.-Ten
men were fined a total of '$5,000 in
criminal court here today on picas of
guilty to operating handbooks in
Louisville. Samuel .Din kel spiel am-.
Lawrence Starr were fined $1.500 each.
The other fines ranged from $100 to
Toll of Earthquake.
AVEZZANO. Fob. 4.-Moro than
three hundred bodies have boen tak
en from beneath ruins at Santa Na to
lla made by the recent earthquake. In
addition "GI. of tho 650 persons injured
StutcwJic Bill In Indien? . I
^ND?AW?FOLIB. Feb. 4.-Statewide
prohibition was placed before- the, In
diana legislature today In a house
Read "Public May Forget You're in
Business," by Hugh Chalmers the ?
great Automobile Manufacturer-!.->
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Annual .Schedule Meeting of|
American Leagues.\tf$?g Heid
in New Vo?ko
NEW YORK. Feb. 3.-For live hours
today Ban Johnson, president, and |
.bc baseball club owners ot thc Amer
ican league were In oxocutlvo session
herc at the lnaguo'a annual tchedule
mooting. At tho close of. the. meeting
the only affirmative action announced
was tho adoption of the 1915 playing
schedule. Which was made public.
While the session was tn progress.
President Barrow and several inter
national league owners, conferred, but
none of there'waa admitted tn thc
American league meeting. The major
league was expected-tq , takq seuip
definite* action, today In reference to
tho.removal of Ute draft rule from the
?clasp AA league clubs of tho National1
Association. Johnson's secretary an
nounced, this had boen discussed,.end
lt.. i?as. unanimously agreed t" leave j
.Uio,.jPU3sllort In Johnson ? hand-* .ind
?that'.bp (probably would take lt dp
within ?? few days. No change-ivas
made in, the play?n Jist-of now in.
Torco in tho American, league, al
though-at tho December meeting of j
the National league that 1?Ody reduced 1
Ethe number from 25 to 21 players.
Although there were rumors that
'onie American lcaguo . clubs would
offc flayers to foy York Ameri
cans to add to the playing Strength bf
Che Yankees, no mention was made or
such Intention, according to tho
s tremen tn of el uh rer^^??i-t'.v*?
present. Colonel Jacob, Ruppert, Jr.,
and Captain T. L. Huston, who re
cently purchased the Yankees, were
elected members of the league. -
.Two; Mea Horned, f> Peath.
. KANE. ;Pa.. Feb. 3.-Ten woodsmen
were barned to death ano!'five ser
iously. Injured in t. fire ejifly "today
, f,. ? ? ,T i . -.l-~.~-.I-?.-. il.*.
T. ., . v >. v......./; .T., Mrw n, W|?.UJ? - HVUD- >
nf tho Tlquesta Chemical Company at
Wynurg\. Forest county? Tb?s.house
warn treated by gas and lt Was believed
increased pressure caused-kn explos
ion ?whlch fired tho ?*.lldln'r.:
A New World's Record.
^JCHIC?OO, Feb., S.-Oscar , Egg.
Switzerland, and Francesco Verrl.
Italy, WM the six day Mercie race
ending here tonight with doVpouits,
covering} a dlstanoo of 2?8A4 miles and
8 lsps beating the world's record set
tn New York last year ot 2,791 miles
and 9 laps.
147? Gennas 4 arista iKflled.
BERNE. Switzerland. Fob. 2.-(via
Parts. 5 jSO p. m.)-Officiai statements
Sigan out tn Berlin today sty 1,279
German jurists have baan killed in
the war. The total ts made up of six
professors, 275 judy/a, 240 lawyers.
384 assessor* and 47,4 barristers
Names For Commissioner!}, Su
pervisors Registration, Asses
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<|H-riul lo Tbs hitriliamcjr.
COLl'MBIA. FH>. j t.-!--Recommend:-'
tiona have been madf hy tito Anderson
['minty delegation tp Ooverhor Man
ling for the appointment-pf tho fol
lowing officials in Anderson County;
To ho county conan intoners:
T J .li McGee. '
J. P. Culherson. j
. W. h. Spearman. (
lt. D. Smith.
Knpenlsor of KegMrntlnn.
To he supervisor of registration:
T. E. Tnltlson. , .
Tho hoards of townnh'p assessor
recent mended for appointment hy thc
Jelegatlon ar?> as follows:
City of Anderson-S. I). Brownlee
I). \V. Robinson. W. S. Rarnscv.
Town of Relton-W. H. Cohb. J. W
Campbell, I. W. cox.
Helton Township-J. G. Harris, .1.
M. Cox. W. I. Maffev.
nr*?H(lway Township-P. ll. Gen
try. E. O. Smith. T. jW. MoCarloy.'
Rroshby Creek Township t+H. V
Wlgglngton. II. A. Foster. J. W. Child ,
t.'ontcrvllle Townslilp-^-'j. N. S. Mc
Corln?ll. I.. A. Glen*. G: W. Lnhoon:'
Comer Townrhlpj-W; I... Mouehet
WV >L. Bond. W. P. Cook..!'. . .
Fork Township-jv. L. Dobbins, J.
M. Rroytcs. J. D. Babb.
Garvin Township-MV."ll. Martin, 'J
T. Long. A. N. f ?..cl|anlsw?n.
Mall Township-Samuel Rowan, ll
J. Rearman. J. J. Findley. .. . .
Town of Monea Path-W. A. Erwin
W. A. Harper. Jno. I). McCullough.
Honra Path Townrhlp-W. A. Calla
ham. T. N. I .a Uni er. A. B. Shirley.
Hopewell Township-L. R. Tucker
W. J. Vandlver. T. li. Webb.
Martin Township-R. R. Keaton. B.
Y. Wright. Jno. T. Murdock.
v Town of Pendleton-J. T. Hunter. C
F. Boggs, J. E. Garvin.
Pendleton Township-T. P. Hobson
Joe D. Heller. Jno. W. Palmor.
Rock MIIIB Townshlr-~J. J. Mar
tin. S. E. Gerard. J. L. B?rrigs.
Savannah Township-J. J. Smith', J
M. Jones. C. M. Findley. . -
Varcnncn Township-E. F. Rood.. J
L. Herron. J. R. I.evyls. , ,. (.. .,."
Town of WBIlamston-J. C. D?ck
worth. 1* 8. Wilson j J, ft". 'Manley1.1
1 Tyiwn of Frankvllfe-JV F. Drake! 'A.
W. Bagwell, fr. L. Silpbsn ? v?.- nc? M
'I Wllll.imston Townfchipr-E. N. Ulrpd .
A. J. Ballard. Jno. /j. H]xt)$ewv
POULTRY ix y?E sotTn
What Can Re Accomplished Prover
Ry Results Inj Tennes-re?:. ???>??
o' ? - : . ti?
""'"MORI'lUTOHfN, Tenn.. t*cb. 4.
Tftt? ?HHWiIUUUIBU 'WA building up thr
poultry Industry throughout tho South
ere wen ilttlstrated In whtrtohAk keen
accomplished In the territory, lawih
toniidl' g -'Morristown, . Teen., , from,,
wJilch 1,350- miloo, of. eggs .wore ship,-'
ped during 1!>14. :
Th? records ot Soutliorn Railway
'"ompany show a total of 325 solid
cars ph.ipped during the year.' These
contained a total of 130.000 cases or
tr,.K00,fO0 eggs. Adding thc shipment;
mado in mixed cars and by cxpresi
and parcel post, lt ls estimated that
tho t?tai proddctton from the Morris
town district exceeded 50.000.000 eggs
worth at tho average retail price!
more than $1,250,000.
If laid end to end in a straight line
those eggs would cover a distance of
1.350 miles, or the distance from Mor
ristown to tho Panama Canal.
One hundred and seventy-five cars
of live poultry. 53 cara of dressed
fowls and a large number of ?mall
lots sent hy freight and express, were,
shipped during tho year, th? to'al pfn
solid cara or poultry and"nggs being
553. The total value of'"poultry pro*-''
ducts shipped-CrenT fhn district dnr
ing MU? ia w-ll ,worth over thc ?;'.
CO0.0?0 .record,.pf ..1013. (t. j.,. , ,VW!.
DELAY VOtE ON
Third Proposed Amendment to
Constitution Already Before
(By Aaaociatal Prem)
LITTLE ROCK Ark., pob., 3.-Sub
mission of woman suffrage to thc
voters of Arkansas at the next general
elect lor was delayed today when a
petition proposing an amendment to
the initiative and referendum amend
ment to the constitution was flied
with thc secretary of state.
The petition today roakos tho third'
proposed constitution?!' attendirent
fl!"d for tnhTrttHnT/m to ihm ?otcr? ut
constitutlon of, the State . only three
such measures can be submitted to
any one elect ton.
The suffrage1 ?taendmeat cannot
therefore bo submitted for twp. years.
A resolution recommending that lt,be
submitted and passed -the senate.
_, ails?-- ?-'>
PORT JEPPttt?ON. K. Y.. Pem*^
Three dr the "erew. of the ?team auc-.
tiott' dredge Eastern Were drowned, a
fourth drifted away on a raft, and
seven others floated for six hours In
the icy waters of the Long Island
Sound today after thc dredge had been
overturned by a gale and blown to
piece? by a boiler explosion. Tonight
the man on the raft still was mlss
SESSIONS COURT MAY H
END FINALLY TODAY
. y> ?i . ... .
.?II 1 ? :,
BUT ONE CASE LEFT ON THE
DOCKET FOR TRJAL? ,
. i . ( . * i ? l i *| Vit . .
Sot Improbable That AI! Matters
Will dc Wound Up by Hour
For Dinner Heceaa. " ' i.
nh?t, i- 'i ?* ...? ..'ti*'w ;
;,. . .
It ?B vor?' nmtmHW tHst tbWaV w^lt
icc thc .'-prlii?; term-.of-MM? houri <?f
--cneral ruwloim, which .was conxnnrd
hore la>i Monday morning, udjii'.-nied
It waa expected that : ihr- court
would last for the full tw6'weeks-?\>v
lowed for the term, but atter the,?oe
ond day's sitting .H., \y,as. /seen that
'here would be few .If Any cane;, .left
>n the docket for'trial after the fl rsl
week of tho term.1 . Wednesday lt' W.LH
positively determined ' that thom
vould be nothing to do all-<r Um first
week, so all Jurorp,, sumnipucd , for
duty during thc SCCOUd week were ox
io Dis posing of the Whitlock* case1 yes
terday, leave i hut OD?.on ?lin. decket,
ind 'his will probably bo, ?JihUo*cd ?ol
i,hls morning. In tho ?yent tjie ?^w??
'ls wiped oh this morning, It ls'nrdb
Ablfi that ult othof" n??tt?r?"Jwl?l, IXJ
wound up bofera rho toonr for tho din
ncr .recess, and. Unit i instead of, tim
"ouft recessing fpr t'w lunch period
t will ndJo?riT'flne die.
' Th? one CanO'lcft' Anthe d?fckcT'for
i trial ls thin Bgalnrt C. A. Shaw.- who
la charged with disposing .of pronoqiy
under mortgage, ll IH not, likely ll jut
the caco will consume vory much
4 PK XT SIXTY YF.ARH
Hi E?HTATION vVUUU.
Miss Heberen 8. A Ibergott I of Orange
burg Dead After Long and lTsa?
ORANGEBURG. Feb., 2 -M?SB It?
r?e ca 8. Athorgottl died kt the home of
"ior brother-in-law, < Ti . A. Jeffords,
Sr., la?t night about midnight, pfter
in Illness of many mont lin. Miss Al
I'horgdttl leaves an ehvlkbto"recorll as
v school "teacher.' frtier* 'Educational
I: york exUindinff over.- u peri^-i of .morn
than,.three *cp,rcy)(years. ,,.S>e .began
coaching.In the Mcnin?ln?~cr school !n
Ih?rlost?ri'when sh? was quite>*?u'ngl'
3Vk -''attcT-wards 'cdhdUct?r? for' ni?hy
reara.a.?private 1 snheol . .In ? OnsMiae
mrg. Wheo thi'..grHiU'd schools wie.
. >stabUshcd here, t she. was., elected ks
i teacher, therein, which ppaltlon npe
"Veld" until two y?ers afca; wh^sho
.es?g\?cd;6n ?l^uiYS rt feeTile henlt'h.
n The news of tketdratfv of Mise- Al
.,orgqU.(1wUl bo r/coj^d- *r-Rb, ?Hldness
*?y her numerous former pupils, who
rcsMo ln' a?nv?c?tltm3. oriMls*''fetal o'.
>. :Mtso AibersjotU was .- a. consiste if
merabcr,,pf.*ho! Methodist ?cburrjhuTp"
u,npr*l p^vi.ccs nw,ui1( MJsm AwT-*
row afternoon at 4 O'clock at St.
Paul's Methodist ch?TCH fluVls;r'w|ll
take .place at Sonnj^fltdfe'Ccoii^icry^ 1
BREAK IN GERM?N I
WASHING TON. Feb.', 'J^Tflii break
In German cotton prices'front t0'-lj-2
.eut H to 16 1-2 cunts a, pound la due;
American Ambassador Gerard stated,
:n a dispatch today, td'arrival dr1 cot -
'on steamers at' Bremen.' Ope nhl K of
thc port of Rotterdam? Hlankening Of
lemaml from spinner;* on .aeonnt of
rrcer offerings and anticipated decline
In prices, and sale' of'captured cotton
uncler. from I ?od* And ?HUwerp.'
Cotton .ailis Six Oormi.ny.nTe run.
ft?..steted. th"&?ii*to ipi?Hies,.ar? ^dcr,
fining, ,ShlppcrsH| aro .eautip^N
iguinst expecting continuation t ?of
-res?n^'lilgn'prices.''' They' 'hboii*nV kn
?hrw? nboup rhertffc*tig*'shioa':at ..tho
".ronqnt ^inflated cbargos.p ncuis'i^i
.</'.. ,.f... ? 'r&m, : .?> i
MRS. R, li. linn i; IH:AI>
|:ItrtrHRwat'PM 'We--t>fTbmnn Bles
' D?? WEST, Fob.'3.--T?ra. It. II.
l?rico died Tuesday1 evening In the
Charlotte sanitarium after an illness
of only a few days?. .She. was rushed
to Charlotte for an operation for ap
pendicitis, about len dayj? ago and af
ter-reaching the sanitarium it was
discovered she had. complication ot
trouble, with a touch of. pneumonia.
It was Mound best up?, to operate at
once, for appendicitis an.: she had
sir.t?'been improving, it was thought.
Mr*. Brice-Isa-daughter or'Mr. and
Mrsv At S>- Kennedy of this placo and
has. always bccn.oao jof the WPst pop
?,V?ar. yesng 'adips^f thc. town- . About
one year ann a half ago, she* mar
1M#; R. tf. Brfee. wlio'-has been s
resident off Dna Weet- since* childhood.
They , had,auch a happy future ahead
pf fhem and .he*;*: numerous, fiends
will feel her loss very deeply. ' She
hair alwsva beeh' an 'acttve1 Worker ?in
tbe -ohurch AMA tsHhrnuhlty ?fe "abd
baa ?lied a.iaige plaeei.Ui tlie town.
?ill tf?*i>1 ? !.' ' "fjl'i . oil" .
qr,<Brice waa^t. ono tbne a r?sidant
of Anderson, being associated, with
the late Paul Barr tn the latter's erk?
Riots Over ?read Pri?es?
SASSARI, Italy. Feb. 3.-(10.:4f :
m.)-RloU growing out of Jibe etd
tlon over the high price ot
assuming a graver character,
today went aboat- Mreets
stores. Strong retnfoeeeiiMRte*
troops . have -been -ealled1 out. to main
I ara tho mao to fix your teeth
'BO you nan oat tho pie that I put
lu tho Piedmont Bolt
. u , i ; ;,
1 make plates at $6.50
I maka gold crowns at$4.00
Silver fillings, 50c and up. '
Gold fillings $1.00 and up ' 1 '
> Painless Extracting 40$c.
I make a spcjdaUy, Ot, treating
Pyorrhea, Alvrrdarla of ' rhe guma
and all crown and bridge work
and regulating mat. formed teeth.
,Al! work guaranteed flfu?-clasB. .
s. ? ci fe
.tali SM i uty/t THi? iuH r
lo turn over several new
loaves, dian t you?
NOW, you aro resolved!.?,
to Pave the Streets
So far-so good, b-Urt
We can improve that
home, or tenant house
you rent out? and the ek
pense is very small;
NOW is THE TIME to
??..??. What about it???? *
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Phone ,48, Eade Street.
"Guest Sells the Best."
? X_ - . iL i 1
I Premier f arrier nf the Son!h in Cea*
aectlon with Dine Ridge, Trom
Anderson, ft. C.
ISJO Colombia, & C
And return account of Inauguration
lof Governor-Elect Richard I. Man
ning.' > Ticket* ? on ania- January ?th
[with return limit January 20tb..lOtti!
And return account of Qasparilla
?Carnival.- Ticket* o' ssl*'February '
ll to. nth, wita, return Jiatit
ary 26th. By payment ot $1.00 ex
tension will be granted until -Starch
And return account of Mardi Gras .
Celebration. Tickets on sale Febru
ary 9th to 15th with return limit
P?brUk.ry B6th. By payment of *t.00
extension evil I bo granted until MaiO.
$ln?0 Nsw Organs, La,
And return account ul ftiardl. .Gras
Celebration. Tickets on sale Febru
ary 9th to 15th, with return limit
February 26th. By payment bf gi.00
extension will be granted on tickets
until March 15th.
?14JH? Pensacola, Fla.' *
And return account of Mardi'Gras
Celebration. Tickets on nala Febru
ary 9th. to 16th, with return Umit
February, 26th. By payment of ?1,00
extension wHI be granted M p?tll
March I?tii:.' v%*'coaipie?* ?ftr=M??^
tion, tickets and pullman reservation
ceil on .ticket agtnt, or write, \
W. B,..Taber, T* P.,A
Greenville, i B( C, , ? ., ? .
W. fe. McGee. AGPA.
ti j . Columbia. 8. C.
Adopts Governor's Bill
RICHMOND. Va.', Fefc. 2>-By ? Vbte
]foV?d Ur a? the house wf delegate? to
, day adopted what bas become known
?as the "governor's bill." providing for
( the segregation *ot taxes On rea}l es
tate and tangible personal property
for. local purposes, and segregating
the taxes on the rolling stocfc, of ail
corporations operating railroads hy
steam, for State purposes. Tba fea
ture of the present law levying" a K?
dent tax on avery 9100 ot the ?afc sass ed
value of, real estate and personal
property is retained.