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THE 0OTTON MARKET
What the Fleecy Staple Was Bringing
Yesterday Afteruva in the Variwus
Portions of the County.
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
Good Middling. ...... 9
Strict Middling . . . . . . . 887 1-2
Middling . . . . . . . . . 8 75
(Correc%ed by J. L.. anid'A. (. Wise.)
G d dling . 9 06
(Corrected by Jolin it. Seurry.)
Good Middling. . . . . 9
(Corrected by Aull, IIentz & Co.)
Good Middling......... 9
(Corrected by J. B. Lathan.)
Good Middling . . . . . . . . 9
(Corrected by Smit.h Bros.)
Good Middling......... 9
THE COCKERELL MURDER CASE.
The Dead Man's Wife and Father, Accused
of the Crime, Captured and Lodged
in Saluda Jail.
A telephone message from Saluda
brought information that Sheriff Rhoden
and his deputy, on Sunday morning,
succeeded in capturing S. 1H. Banks and
his daughter, Sallie Cockerell, who
were, last Friday, charged by the
coroner's jury with the killing of Smith
Cockerell t1vo weeks ago. They were
in the act of boarding the six o'clock
train for Augusta when taken into cus
tody. Banks carried a gun a-nd a huge
Smith & Wesson pistol, and his daugh
ter had a large knife.
Both are now in jail. Banks stated
that he had no idea of trying to escape,
but wanted to get his daughter off until
bail could be secured.
JAMES D. NANCE CAMP.
Regular Meeting -- Election of Mnibers
Monument Square Turned
Over To the Camp.
The regular meeting of James D.
Nance Camp was held in the court
house yesterday. Conimnandant J. W.
The following new members were
elected: W. L. Waters, Co. F, 14th
regiment; W. W. Griffin Co. D,. 13th
regiment; Chas. E Plunkett Co. D, 13th
regiment; Henry T. Fellers Co. A, 4th
Battalion State Reserve;.
-On, ielegate and one alternate were
elect to meet like delegates from
oth, amps to fix a permanent place
for ( State reunion. Adjutant 0. L.
Schumpert with M. M. Harris as alter
%nate were appointed.
The following communication was
read which explains itself:t
Whereas, the James D. Nance Camp,
No 336, U. C. V., at a recent meeting
passed the following resolution, to-wit:
'Resolved, that our adjutant be reques
ted to confer with the county board of
commissioners andl get their p)ermission
to enclose wvith a neat iron railing that
art of the p)ublic square belowv the
I ourt house known as 'Monument
Square,' and to induce said board to
turn over to saidl camp and to the local
chapter of the (daughters of the confed
eracy the square so enclosed, in order
that this monument to our- sacred dleadl
may receive, from lov'ing and( sympa
thetic hands. that care and attention
which it so eminently deserves",
And whereas, this hoard heart:ly
areand concurs with the idlea ex
.pesdin said r-esolution.
Now threfre,be it resolved by the
cutboard of' commissioner-s in meet
in asebledl, that the public square
bowte court house, knowvn as "Mon
umn quar-e,'' he, andl the same is
hrb,turned over- to the saidi Jamnes
D). Nance camp and the local chapter
of the daughters of the con feder-acy
fOn the usesl and Sauroe Alentlionedlin
of ewei--yCollun tossin onr
colegecorse me n (lae,tesao
Newherry,- S.mC.,i Octbet, an03.
wne issh lie asueifl flerwin,
my isshi teClass-imaes. th
whoesol,T wil mi lss of the ath
oftNewbield .Cl nal ollege smlie. for
rlaeiincollege oiee-ude and shaowt
wfa dark prohcw. teplc ewu(
have atofe our thmersucis ent wond
weamilsir ase as awfithfleathiend,
ofe aodstudent aummny which he bears
cms htmo the casromu, wearte
rlefed and shoke als one aifter ani
was, tpohe cildreneoflace heavenly
havewons encae. yeartiuaryis.i
Famlia a~s ealed wi deaho and
ofenaste summsong whics of bearh
Thcomes'~olee e togtoeaon s ether.
.' on the childen o the IIannune
To a .Mamuel Allen
weQ'The c e' . Ndly we felt,
on tho 9th and c4 'k'nal loss.
Mr. Haynesworthda August,
lawyers of the Gre k.ln.I
are sure will ma . contin
'udge, it ,nmtil his
tthe Best For \"orrow,
Che Movenments of Many People, Newber
ians and Those Who Visit
Prof. J. P. Cook of Concord, N. C.,
,vas in the city yesterday.
Mr. A. H. Monteith, representing the
seaboard Air Line, was in the city yes
Miss 11ula Teague left yesterday for'
Wanning, S. C., where she will engage
Mrs. N. N. Burton who has been on
in extended visit to her daughter in
Warlboro county returned to Newberry
Mrs. E. J. Alabrooks and little son,
)f McColl, S. C., is on a visit to the
iome of her parents, Rev. and Mrs.
,4. N. Burton in West End.
Mr. Ed. L. Richie, of North Carolina,
s.on a visit to Mr. T. B. Epting, of the
,ounty. Both of them will return this
wveek to the Lutheran theological semi
iary at Mt. Pleasant, S. C.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The hot and dry and dusty weather
There were no sales yesterday by the
>flicers of court.
Mr. R. G. Fellers, of Columbia, spent
Sunday at his home in Newberry.
Yesterday was salesday but it was so
nuch like summer that very few peo
)le caine to town.
The Newberrry Roller M1ill and eight
icres was bid in for the estate of Dr.
D). L. Boozer on yesterday.
Dr. Julian 1-. Fair of Spartanburg
ias accepted a position with the phar
nacy of Dr. W. E. Pelham.
Sunday school at the First Baptist
,hurch has been changed to 4 p. in.,
imd night services were resumed
ast Sunday night.
Cedar Grove Camp Woodman of the
World was organized at Kinards on
Priday night, with seventeen members,
>y District Organizer W. B. Wise.
The ladies of the Presbyterian church,
ire looking forward in the near future
;o their annual Chrysanthemum Fair.
'he exact date will be decided later.
The Southern Railway has made a
;light change in the sched ile of - the
midday passenger train, by which the
.rain from Columbia arrives at 1.23
>. Im., and the train from Greenville at
12.50 p. m. The trains meet at Pros
Mr. G. .1. Williams was in the city
iesterday. le is endeavoring to organ
ze the retail grocers of South Carolina.
meeting will be held in the council
laber - on Friday night at 8.30 for
he purp iic of organizing the retail
rrocers of Newbery. The purpose is to
ret some legislation which will protect
hem against (lead beats and also to
!o-operate in securing better freight
-ates and in a general way to protect
Home Loani & Trust Co.
The stockholdlers of the Home Loan
md Trust Comj. .y met at Council
Jhamber on last Thursday evening for
he p)urpose of organization. A ma
ority of the stock sub)scribedI was rep
'sented either in person or by proxy.
Mr. W. HI. Wallace was chosen chair
nan of the meeting and E. 11. Aull
By-laws wvere adlopted and the follow
ng b)oardl of dlirectors was elected:
Geo. S. Mower, F. N. Martin, J. E.
Vorwood(, W. G. Hlouseal, B. C. Mat
howvs, Van Smith, .J. A. Blackwelder,
['. HI. Aull, and .J. A. Burton.
It is the (desire of the stockholders to
;ecure a fewv more shares of stock for
his series and if there is any.one who
lesires some stock in this company he
~an secure the same up to the 15th by
:alling on any one of the dlirectors.
MEETING OF~'n. Ti oARDI.
The (directors met on Friday afternoon
mud organized by the election of (Geo.
. Mower, Presidlent; J. E. Norwvood,
Vlice-Prmesidlent; E. IH. Aull, Secretary
mud Treasurer; F. L. Bynum, Attorney.
A committee of three, consisting of
[. N. Martin, E. RI. Aull and BI. C.
Vlatthews, was ap)pointed to look after
,he (details of securing the charter.
The Secretary and Treasurer was in
struictedl to pro0ceed to collect one-half
>f the first monthly instalment.
The bondl of the secretary-treasurer
Nas fixedl at $2,000 and the United
states Guaranty and Casualty Co., was
ipprovedl as surety on t,he bond.
Tlhe Presid?nt app)ointedl tly follow
nig commiittees p)rovidled by the by-laws:
Valuation-B. C. Matthews, J. A.
Burton, Van Smith.
Finance- -FI. N. Martin, W. GI. lHou
seal, J1. A. Burton.
John Counts, colored, was found dead
>n Sunday evening in front of Mr. Rt.
3. Maybin's residence. At about 7.30
>'clock Mr. Maybin's attention was at
;racted by some one groaning. He sent
mt to ask if any one needed assistance.
Jounts was found dead. Tihe coroneir
vas summoned and reached a verdict of
leath from natural causes. Counts
ived on Eduard Scholtz's p)lace. At the
nquest his mother testified that he had
>cen taking medlicine for ''blind stag
Get the Best For thme AskIng.
When you order a sack of p)atent flour
rromn your grocer, (10 not tell him to
iendl you ''a sack of good flour'', but
tell him to send you a sack of "Cli fto,
because "Clifton" is the best patet
E'vory sack Is sold with this guarantee,
amdI if it does not prove as representedI,
your money will be refunded. "Clifton"
is an all-round flour and is as good for
sake and pastry as lght rolls and bis
ault. T. J. HAyS.
Have the Goods o
Right. A $50,000
Our stock is complete.
anything you want in I
and Shoes at prices tv
merchant in South Car
We do not SAY what other
we can do, and we are hel
statement in this advertise
Our space "
have, but we say this, d
Clothing and Shoes un
Stock and C
Our Shoes cannot he excelled by Our lineI
my firm in the city. \\e sell the Trimmings is
.eading ind best inkes, best styles. the !atest
I'he 1 Krippendorl Diltiman Co.'s Dress Goods
ine Shoes for ladies. NO i -ETTER 25 pieces 3
\l ADE . The Val - )uttenlofer colors Zibilin
shoes for idies, anid the Wolfe at other store
13ros. Shoes for ladies and children. 20 )ieCCes 5(
"SN '\V' Shoes for men, the ing for 50Jc a
'Washington" Shoes for mien,"Ex- 25 Pieces 3'
:elsior"and I loytShoes for men,and for 25c a yar
'llattle Exe" every day Shoes for I0 piece G
men, women and children --Shoes Width, for 25C
or meni from $1.00 t o $5.00. Shoes 25 p)iceCs
or lidies fromi 75c to $3.-50. black anid all
50 pieces C(
HOSIERY 25c. sells all
15 p)iceLs bi
WVe have an excellent line of and plain Tafl
Elosiery for ladies, men and children andi( $1.25 a y
or ge, roC, I 5C and 25c a pair-. over and you
, and child
kind and the lowest pri
A full and complei
nishing goods, shit
penders and socks
The Most cs
All the latest styles anc
O pleased custo
ne 0half satisfied.
you, we know our price:
simply take our word f<
self and be convinced.
ind their Prices ar(
Stock to select from
We can furnish you witi
~)ry Goods, clothing, Hat
iat will compete with an;
s can't do, but we do SAY wh
-e to back up each and EVER'
this paper will not admi
entioning prices and de
:ribing all the goods w
on't buy your Dress Goods
til you have seen our
iet Our Prices
>f Dress Goods You will no dell to See otl li
II) to date. We sell of Clothing hefore buyig. M
yles and weaves in CIt s:IV( yoll le 01l this line.
or "less t han ot hers."S i ' 1 our p s.
3 inch black and all worth $6.So.
at soc I yard, sold 1 Suits for (liior price $7.
for 75c. r $to.
inch all wool Sack- I Suits Ior lien, otr pt e $u
yard, worth 75c. "O"l $13-50.
itc volSltlli 00 Stilts f'or ineii, our pruco $1
ucl wo ~l i ~~ Wort 11 ;illI over t4)l $i $i6, So.
worth oc 20 Overcoats at $, .$6, $75
rey Flanniiels, doible $I() and $1 thl sell for double
a yard. other Stores.
inch B Iroadc lot hs,i i s 1
olors, for 98e a yard. ~~ ~ hptetwuo
lored IIlenriet t as .for 111yucn' ac
ver town for 40c.
etas at 5oc, 75c, $1 - 0 lliyaesn l eoie -o
ard. L ook thle city :1(1seIhii fryu el. Iat
cntmtItu.sY l l~ o $2 to see our .
nwa or Cldibesrenym.
renju t arved-goth ey be lsli,
:eo liits f men,s furrc$7
wpeieoft ades' jack:65
furan capes$i the fordotl
A TY~Wvr fWlieofoy'eekP
meriswots ozen $ a25 bo-u,$,2
We il endav o tow lea
andsutyuyou neeatc them
and, cm see e for yourLt
Two Big $
Are filled from flo
with desirable merc&
will find it very ea
here, because the i
right, the pricesarel(
are polite and ever)
ble will be done to
your advantage to
We want to emphasize the
can or will sell you goods ci
selves. Our Present stock w
- low figures, in truth we h,
goodson oLIrshev(s away ur
r 'No 1oi l4 ~I.0)E' I Im 11- kidii ~
W e ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i pr pl o ar , r e o i t,v
I - v'c i t bi rit i
Dress Goods an
t Ourm . .- , j % * I ,
we have t hroe oxp Iro,I w. ; i I I . la I l ikft.(
Z head itted ioro. \\'I (.il I I . your lit
Our mhoo tort, too, ,4 iull (if i... fo a
Walk Over Shli-s f-or mi n hpo,- . 1 iporior.
for roore, but t here are n11.niw h'. -r. 'I'lloy m
by the inost, ikilled wor-ill'n 11 1arry. pair gn
Regina Shoes foi
Hatid turtiod, H4)ft is it h, vo,. i l rwolt,
of thelis 4 gat1 S1-11 1 .imr ia, m r gu
Ideal Shoes for Bo)
V'iHi. onr ati or.. \\.'' i d! ,,, i m valuie I
mpelid Wili u.
ie Yours I r Ih,N
Are Very Busy Now C
New Fall and Wii
Over 30) caLses of N a t i i '.ab rr it.d. Ib
(Quick Sales" a l wiayr. I I ,' b l le~ on,441ly
ie MeIrchaundise tha lint t l - b suiicht niih S'Ii44
st Best Maniufaicturr hi'n l I *i , t I ontr. liy I
Dress Goods, Dry Goods, Clothing, Hi
They~ will be( in piosii, tI V ',4 one 0i(
brings someth'lingi ni..w. \\ . l bih New ii
3 Tinu ig anid Nobb h uas.f >44 .\b-4' ni and I
t SHOES--AND SOLID S$
D)ress h esf r I . le:., lat i iy
We are~ Fhulator ai mlsupb
_ your wanltsl. lIvery depollu4 mnt :s hem r
tees peLriaientIt inid. h i pp :444l s:04 i
V. 4 i! ii t I4,i
Ii M4frI, I t i Slip.tnesse
n1; li t ~u t bT iey
aiii ilot 1. Ii h
Kep ais EyS
Yoit -- urs
te ns.T e
or to ceiling
)w, the clerks
make it to
give us your
fact that no house
ieaper than our
as bought at very
ave much cotton
der today's ruling
iii af our f,primunato pure-hasimi
oIr Pre1HIt. stock loldH out.
tit- it. Wo aro tho londirm onf
r ymur iforomts. Oot, your
il girl in% a boaitiful clonk.
T h'loro ar o fshooki that oll
0 11111dh of C.ho hoHt, ni4rial
iranIitood. What. mwra could
nuale11 likco at 11man i aill mlyh%m
itrati o .
/s and Girls.
-W(kivocd for. mviry p04nn1y yonl
lughit eaIrly before t hie rise ini
lie best andt miost reliaible
Ca&sh fi oml thle I.ead(ing andt
aidling withI themt yon wvill
ver m ~stanice, or moneylC re
its and Shoes This Fall,
ini New~'berry. F,v ery daiy
oi lihoes oni thle mari ket for
1a( thle be.--t iimakes of I-'ine
es \Ve( kno we)~ cant leas
iers; of I,o .(WI'rices.
S STAR BRAND .'
:.1n Stari 11randu Shoes for
e on this Space