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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and Those Who
%Ir. Jas. -1. Shelley, who has beel
utmployell as billitig eierk for the A
C. 1'. at Laureis for the past, Iw
yt:v:t i. hits bteen proiloted antid sent t
the general tilice at Wilmingtonl, N
Mliss Clara Cook is spedlitig her va
catioti with ter imotlher, MIrs. C. NI
Cl, lk, on Frieid street.
Miss Hattie Shelley. who has beet
quite ill with fever for several weeks
is muchel imlprovedl.
'i'iere will be services inl the Firs
aptis elmurli oi Suitlay iioriiiitg.
ervicies will be held inl the Luthetr
an Ct'hureb ot the Redeenier on Sun
da1Y miornting.r with sermonit by Dr. A
Irs. Reeler and vildren, of New.
her-Ny, atre visitinl" at Mr. .1. C. Mit
)1r. S. .1 . N.\Meta i. i . ft* firmilin-a
1 la.. \l. , vilt Tttes4lay 1t41 W 4.41
\.v ill ill. e t v.
Mrs. \ eeks '1 11 Nlis e ierlo
1e I I*k) -lItrt , - li I I " I i-evi l v ll t I II
II_.; Ve 'ilI we eks .
Mr. .1. N. Fair. If N h rItirY, Wa
I I Y I ic I. t m I e Y 1. I' l ie )a i i. 1 )
- Newherry is vis
it-]- inl thel oity for fewda.
Iir. 0 iii' 1. \ ati l)st.i , f tlreeliville
t \d'eineslay ni,t'ht in Newherry
sI'' ixi'ae'e ill) is 1etlitii init
t'tiil 'etii tt ill'~ ~ ll ex i4'ta
. 411 Fis steei. t t i Newbervl
Miss a t l llie ,o 1.11n aster
wI w -h re to attn t h t I . '14 oul
i N. tat ii'l t rill' eI 'S '1I ' tIail t ili
1 I'rli te - NI 41 vor I. .1ilvel wkI I
c '1 (bil _-I:Ii It l'ap iel
1scaped Lnic4-it, IilIt ed
. I y n1tvrtli,in ill tewhenv.
. V- d ii. l cD tinlitek attvillit-t
1Ill State vat iljIla i,ti1i lleetill.-4 ill lailti.
toll f letilles-lv\.
lie HutthertInil svholm will uive:
i. -ic at fot. leasant ch1reb wn Sat
nI,. e tm e 1. Th.ubic i
11-1n. t'ide I,. Blease. vnamlidate fir
gl.'n i.spliii ye.,tenilay ill Newher
r IrN. .ll . B lease has with mel
te dn t itt t elt , n*1e. 1e4a i
condn lit tih reSIlt Ixt Tesdlav
t as n.1i an, 1atressive fi
V t .l1it 1 hll a l ,steIdiIY iller'a fl(
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N.- i-.th Stnte ampai.np hav
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M<. .Pope, ,i o d ,irt fe i
Twre wtak illedsevicest in'
nea Crx os bha11 Hi n Wene. [nit
atr . m . K as. a i br o . P
l'' -oeit Nwilbe. M''ristiaen w'iai
lwtert ofMrd Goln whi atra te
ofvia for the oon oha Nsaa
Speaina. .nae rmti on.
ha epd pama a oae
DR. R. 0. 0ARMISL1 DEAD
, A DistingiAshed Physician and Citix
en Of Newberry County-Sketch
of His Life.
)r. I. C. Carlisle died at his home
in this couity at 7 o'clock on Tues
day evening. The immediate cause ol
his death was actute intligestii. and
the end was sudden.
Dr. Catlisle was in the 71st year
. of his age. le was known and re
spected and esteemed throughout the
couity. Inl thle Confederate army he
iserved as surgeon, and was loved by
his men. In after years, when the
war between the States was over and
the men of the south took up the
work of rebuilding their lost for
. tunes, he displayet the same courage
- which had eharacterized him on the
field of battle, identifying himsell
with those moveieits which he be
lievel to be for the best interests of
his people 111141 his county and State,
The fuineral services were held yes
tn w. he relmailns heiitr interrel at
Kinz's 'Creek with Masonie hnors
SIvies were held at tihe home al
!).:)I (p'elmck yestvrda.y mornin-. Thi:
Iuneraen servives werv ('1114hie4te,1 b\
the- R1ev. 1. S. Cahhvell.
Fr the past man,111Y y ears )r. Car.
l4isle hall practived his proWessiln it
thits 4oultv. and le hadl endeared
tiriSelf it) thlse among whom his pes.
11n1fe WaIS felt.
lie als" devoted tiliw to his Iargt
At the time ofIt his death Dr. Car
lisle was viee-president of the Ex
eban.e bank, of Newberry, and a di
reeto inl that institution. He wa!
also at director inl the National bank
fit Newberry. the Newberry Saving:
baik. aml tle Newberry cotton mills
S [e is surivked by his wife anti fiv4
children. Mrs. Isaae Kenedv, of Fay
etteville. Ten and Messrs. J(ih
I Carlisle. Bernard Carlisle. R. C. Car
lisle. Jr., an'd in mbert Carlisle.
A hlrir1' riiiher 1t, the members 4)l
Amity ltd'e .A. -. M.. and tle eitiz
'nis of Newherry -nerailly attende,l]
it 1,m1-ral Ye'sterlday, suwing thit
'stevil ill which I)r. 'arlisle was heil
IY he petopit ot Ie c it.y. as elsewhiert
Dr. Carlisle's Life.
lRichiard Co'l emian ii4'arilisle was br
ini ionti county D)ecember 5, 1835
liis father. Thotmas A. ('arlisle, wVa
the ston iof Rev. ('ohunan Carlisle, a1
Met hodiist clergymnan, whiti was the~
son tf a Reviolumt ionarvW si hl ier. HIis
grandmorithert.a was a ( ilenn,ii :andl wva
oft Soth 4 'aolhina, all of hier relatives
beaie 'allanit Revoliutinary sttlhier's
Ili mithter. Kittic P. t Teatgle) Car.
lir. arlislt' was reared iin iiioi
cotungty V n1 a farm,ii gradluating fr'tn
the 4iltdel ini 1855. He then taughi
school~ for two yearas andi was a mos:
suitcsful teachier, after whaichl h<t
thei nouiial dlepsartment oft the [Ui
Mlart'h was his timle f'oi' iradumatin
-SaiuthI Car'linia hiaving. seceded, i
-t ohd a succeessfuil exainmat ioni ii
Jannua ry and was awvarded hiis diplo
ia. lin the sp)ring of 1861 , upon th,i
amr'aizie a co4mp)any, which, however
w~as nott r'eceivedt, the call having beel
N,oti discouraged at this, lie at oneC
proceeded to Rlichmond, atnd tender'e<
,t his services to the suirgeo)n-general o
e the medical dlepartmnent. Hie Es
- poinrtedl assistant surgeon andl assign
.ed to Chimborazo hospital. There anm
at Bannrit hospitals he served dunrin;
' summner of 1861 and the sumnme
if 1861-62. He had not yet been eomn
muissionied as assistant surgeon, bu
n wvas sei'ving by appointment. in May
1862, lie went before a medical boar<
ini C'hiarleston, p,assedl a successful ex
amlinationi, and was commissioned a
n assistant surgeon in the Confederati
g States army. He was immediatel
E.. ordered( to the field with the Seventi
f South Carolina r'egiment, Kershawv'
brigade, McL aws' division, Long
a street's corps. In the absence of
e full surgeon he performed the dutiet
- of one in the battles around Rich
mond, inclngm Sa..... Statir a
Malvern Hill, after which he acted as
le continued with his command as
assistant surgeon until 1864, partici
pating in the battles of Second Man
assas, Maryland Heights, Fredericks
burg, Chancellorsville, Gettysbuir.
Chickamauwa, Knoxville, Bean 's Sta
tion, Wilderness. Spottsylvania Court
11ouse. Secondtl Cold Harbor, a'nd Pet
In the fall of 1864 lie was promoted
to full surgeon and placed in charge
of the Seventh South Carolina regi
ment, and eontintued as such to the
end of the war, participating in the
battles of Averasboro and Bentonville.
While not commissioned full surgeon
until the fall of 1864, lie was in real
ity acting as such in Jiis regiment
throughout the most of the war.
le surrendered at Greensboro, N.
C., with Johnston's army, on April
26, 1865. Out of 1,900 men enrolled
in the Seventh South Carolina regi
ment, only 247 surrendered at Greens
horo, tle remainder having been eith
er killed. wounded. honorably dis
chirzed or died from sickness.
Dr. Carlisle in till participated in
twenty battles. After the batth- of
Marvlail Hei"hts, lie was left in
har''e tit' a Iilitarv hospital on the
field. and while there was captlulredl
laci held a prisoner for two months,
anid put ill a dungeon in Baltimiore.
an11d afterward was exchanged. At no
te duriniig the war did lie lose from
duty thirty days. For thirteen months
lie never slept ittiler the roof of a
house. At chickamauga lie had 3125
wotndeel men under his solitary andl4
individtual charge at one time. and
n14 1miledical assistance. There was
niot a moe popilar surgeonl in the
Confeilerale army thIain Dr. Carlisle,
aidil lie was loved by all his mlin.
Sice the war eIl has resided inl
Newberr-V emuntv. engaviuel ii the
practice tit his p1r1t'essioni. farmin.
andh bliankill-. in all t wlich lie has
lien verv sI lccess';fil.
Dr. 'arlisle always t4 aln active
illterest inl public Ylfairs.
le was marriedi September lW.
1869. to Miss Enna E. Renwick. of
Newblerrv. a dawihter of Col. J. S.
THE COUNTY CAMPAIGN.
Pleasant Meeting at Jalapa-Only
Three More Meetings to Be
Several hundred people attemled
the county eiicdapin Imeeting at Ja
lapa on Tuesday. The candidates for
the legislature spoke, and stated the
positions whieh they hae taken
throughiont the campaign. The bar
helie Wits firiishced by Messrs. Aull
m:11l Sliivh, and141 was an excellent 'eue.
It was enji.yed by everybody vi'ho par
too)k ot it. hevantse it was well cook
ed,4 and well served. andl1 there was
plen ty for all.
Tlhe iieet inig was held in thle grove
nerMr. WV. C. Slii.h's r'esidentce. The
'cndidates spoke from the body of a
t we-hirise wagon. The wvagon body
rocked when the candidates became
violeynt, and, therefore. none of them
hecame violent. Counity Chairman
Fred 11. Dominiek pride(d.
''Te meeting yesterday was held at
L ittlec Mountain.
I )ll thr .tee molre nmeet iligs renmain
to bec held. The candidates will ad
dlress t he voters1 at thle Molleohon mill
toniiighlt. The miee'ting will be held in
thle ceurt house at Newberry tomer
reow miorning.i and at West End to
moieirrowv nighlt. The meeting at West
lled wvill bring the couiity camtpaigin
to a cleE.
Death of Mord Foo'te.
The fo.lloincg niotice oft the death of
Meord Fioote, whoe was wvell known in
Newibe'rry. appcearedl in the Atlanta
Moerdl l"oote, well knlown in Atlanta
died ill Birminghiami, Ala., last Sat ur
d ay miornling at the residence of his
sister ill law, Mrs. B. Hymes, No. 16
1"> Eighth avenue. Mr. Foote had
been sick tfor about a year antd ai half
Hie is survived by his~ wife; three
brothers, Abe Foote of New York
3 city; .J. J. Foote and R. M. Foote, of
I Atlanta, and three sisters, Mrs. H. A.
f Samuels, of Baltimore, Md., and Mrs.
J. S. Pinkussohn, and Mrs. H. L.
- Dreifus, eof Chiarlestoii, S. C. Mr.
I Foote was interred in Birmingham,
e Ala., Sundlay morning.
Mr. Foote was a Newberry boy, t'he
son of Mr. Foote, who was prominent
ly and successfully engaged in busi
,ness here for many years. lie hatd
I many friends here, whlo sincerely re
gret his death and who sympathize
tldeeply wvith the bereaved family.
Logani M. Bullitt, the coal company
I presidlent who was conspicuous in the
recent Interstate Commission inquiry
into the hard coal situation, has an
nounced his candidacy for congress to
succeed Edward Norrell, of the Fifth|
Pennsylvaalon distriet, who has
Nhitmite Defeats Newberry and
Rutherford Both in the Morn
ing and Afternoon.
In a clay pigeol shooting match at
r. J1. P. Wi:ker's about ten miles
rom Newberry. Whitinre on Wed
lesday defeated boti tlh Newberry
mId the Rutierford teais. There
vere two contests, one in the morning
md one in the afternoon, and Whit
ire was victorious in both. Mr. J.
B. Cromer, who'm Whitmire claims as
ier crack shot, was not able to be
)resent, and his place was taken by
-arious'Whit mire people.
An excellent barbecue was served
)y Messrs. Graham and Wicker.
About three hundred people were
present, and they very thoroughly en
joyed the day.
Several of the county candidates
were present, but there was no speak
ing. The people were interested in
the shooting match, watching the
inmainy good shots which were made.
nie shoot was lield in the beautiful
.rrove at Mr. wicker's place.
Each of thl1e vontestants was given
lifteenl sholts at sin4les mal ten at
limnbles in tHie imornim ail the same
amu1ber il tie afterioolm. The seore
was kept by Dr. C. 1). Weeks.
Folli,win., is the score:
The Morning Score.
Abrams, J. .1. 7 15
Elmore. W. E. 13 5
Fanit. C. W. 9 5
t'ooper. C. H. 13 6
['romer. J. B. 8 5
50 I 26-76
W'ard, .J. M.7 8
P ,. R. C'.9 6
Cromer. Jio. I I
Keitt, -Jos. L. 11 S
Leitzsey, C. L. 96
'Nance,. J. D. 10 :3
Price. Sim 8 5
The Afternoon Score.
Following is the'score made by the
three teams in the afternoon:
Abrams. J. J. 14 6
EI(loe. W. E.. 13 7
Fant. C. W. 11 5
("Iope9r. C. 11. 12 8
Cromer 11 7
Ward. .J. M. 12 7
Perry. 1R. C. 12 7
Gilder, .J. K., Jr. 8 5
Swittenbherg 13 .5,
Boozer, TP. Q. 14 6
'ronmel, .Jno. S 4
Keit t, Jos. L. ' 11 4
Leitzsey, C. L. 12 5
Nanice, ,J. D). 9 5
Price, Sim 8 5
T1hie totals are as follows:
Morning shoot 76
A ft ernooni shoot 94
Total . 170
Morning shoot 66
Atternoon shoot , 89
Morning Shoot 72
Afternoon shoot 71
. To)tal .143
A Yorkville doctor was summoned
to a man whose case he could onil
pronounce not hopeless. He gave in
structions as to the medicines that
would at least give relief, and said
that lie would observe the result on
his next visit. The wife of the sick
man inquired, qtiite properly, about
wha't the charge would be, and if it
included the medicine.
''No,'' replhied the physician ; ''that
you must buy at the chemists.''
''And if you come again will you
The woman turned to the suffering
man. ''Doyou hear that, Bill?" she
temanded. 'Dee -ike a mon; never
~ar thy brass thit *ay."
BUILD ANOTHER MILL.
"Believer in Newberry" Shows How
Another Cotton Mill Would
Benefit the People.
Elitor 110eraldi and News: Prop
erty values in Newberry have increas
ed at a very iapid rate during the
past t wo years. Many new stores
and residences have been built. New
berry has enjojed a period of ex
pansion and prosperity secon(l to no
place her size in the state. She is sup
ported by a farming country that it
would be (ifficult to dup)licate. Her
manufacturing interests have contrib
uted in a great measure toI her ad
Mr. Editor, lias it occurred to you
that it is barely possible that her
farms and factories may not be able
to maintain the level of values now
reached ? Should there be a decrease
in values or volume of business from
aiv (Nallse, would not her condition be
worse thanl it was .before the increase
be,a i I If there is danger of a de
eline, an1d every community runs this
risk at a period (of ra11pid growth,
ean tha-t dan-_-er be averted ? Is it
Possible f-ir Nc-wb-erry. ins(ead of deo
el.ini ll- t, reacl even a hig.lher level in
values andl 1materially increase the
volumi11e of lier blsiless in the im
mediate fut ure -
The writer is strongly convinced
that this can be done and that by
tile erection in tile near future of an
otier largze cotton mill. The people
of tle town and surrounding country
wiloN would be directly benefited are
aliply able to build such a mill. And
why nlot build it 7 There is nothing
into w%huicl a large aiount of money
elild be puit that would, pay so well.
Cot ton Inills ill the Soutl, i as a rule,
0.ay well11 directly ill dividenlds, but
I thiey pay 'ar .better indirectly by in
r'easin tile value ot real estate. by
swellin.- the v "me -f buiess in th e
town whlere they are loated, and hby
making markets at .roodj prices for all
farill. garden1a dairy products.
Just one mlore la1re mlill WI)uld( inl
erease Newberry's population .enough
to insure hier free mail delivery; it
would make street cars possible, and
it would brinig a number of other
tlings within her reach that are im
possible now. A town, as well located
as Newberry is, after reaching a given
point groIows iII spite of herself. She
draws because she can't help it. Now
Newberry has not quite reached that
point. but she is almost there. Give
her a few thousand more people and
Ier future is secure. The present is
a ertucial period in her history. Shal
she go on and up, or siall she ga
hack? She will do one or the otlher.
She canl't stand still. Why have any
uncertainty concerning such an imli
portant matterI Why stake ever.y
thing on the price of cotton?
The wiiter knows that manyv of billr
people)1 who could put a few hundred
or a few thousand dollars in a mill
say' that they cannot afford to he withi
out the inter'est onl their muonev' for
a number of years until a mill could
earn dividends. To this, there are
two r'elies. First, mills that arec
built free of' debt have as good a
chance to earn dividendls the fir'st
vear's or two as they' have at any' other'
time. Second, t he local man who puits
his money in a harge mill gets indi
r'eet dliv'idends from the very starit.
Tlhe banker, t he merchlant, the clerk,
the doctor, thle a wyetr, the property
owner, all are immediately benefi ited
by increased business v'alucs.
Why not build anlothietr mill?'
"A Believerei in Newberrv.'
Rear' Admiral Melville was praius
ing the turbine engines that he had
bIeen st udyinig inl Eu~rope. Westmiin
ster Abbey in some way thrulst itself
into the c'onversation, anid theO noted
sailor', ceasing his technical discussion
oIf turbines, said, "Westminster' Ab
bey is a grand old1 place for everything
except prayer. They say that a devout
American visited it one day, and after
lhe had looked at all the tombs and
iniscriptions, he knelt on the stone
pavement and bowed his head.
''A vergeir, Crownling, tiptoed up to
him11. 'You can't pray here,' he said,
''The Anterican rose in confusion.
'Can't pr'ay in the Abbey?' he ex..
"'No,' saidl the verger, 'if I was to
allow it once, we should have 'em
praying all over the places.'
"Near Kidderminster,'' continued
Admiral Melville, "there is &m ancient
and picturesque church, the show of
the country. It is only a show church,
though; public services' are no longer
hlcd in it, Well, one day, st'rigek with
the impressive beauty of the place, a
tourist said to the sexton, 'I suppose
there are some people who use this
church for private prayers?'
"The sexton answered, fiercely, 'I
ketohed two of 'em at it one..'
Letters remaiig i te iost oft
at Newberry, S. C., for the we
ending Aug 18.
Will Dennis, James Dennis.
Katie Gilliam, Lottie Griffin.
Minnie Langston, Julia Luther,
Shaner Mashall, Martha MeCrack.
in. 1lev. Metts, Lula McKer, Myrti'
Miller, David .Muniich, Maggie Moore.
Hullett Norris, Ida Nuneley.
Cornelia Randon, Elleli Redd, N. A.
Rice, Randolph Roker.
.Jannie Sadler, Agnes Saddler, Car
rie Sheppard, John A. C. Sims, Mi-.
erva Smith, Carrie Sligh, Miss Ca-rrie
Sondley, Jula Suber.
Persons calling for these letters will
please say,they were advertised.
C. J. Purcell, P. M.
Lady teacher for Maybintpn school,
who will teach children at school.
hollse and not expect parents to teach
them at home. School small. Term
about 7 months. Salary $30. Opens
Sept. lith. Address,
1'. H. Whitney, Ch'mn1'n1,
I. B. Oxner, Clerk,
Blairs, S. C., R. F. D. No. 1.
WANTED-At The Newberry Hotel,
three pounds nice fresh butter
every (lay. Come see me so that we
con, make butter arrangement.
W. A. Jamieson, Propriator.
WANTED-A superintendent for our
Gincry. An experienced man want.
ed. Apply to L. W. Floyd. Manager.
MULE LOST-Black horse mule lost
on Saturday night about 1 o'clock
between Gary's Lane and Bush riv
er church. Had ridijig bridle on, no
harness. Pleas. -otify T. J. Oxner,
at Kinards, or return mule to that
BARBECUE-I will furnish a 'first
class barbecue in B. 0. Epting's
yard, back of Pool's stables, on
Campaign day at Newberry, Au
gust 25. T. M. Counts.
THE BEST YET-New drop head
Domestic Sewing machine only $25
FOR SALE-Young Jersey cow.
Cheap. Apply at this office.
BOARD desired for myself and wife
private family. Can furnish room.
J. L. Robinson.
LOST-Monogram pin, beaded edge,
with initials "J. B. B.'' at Young's
Grove July 28. Reward if return
edl to Jno. B. Bedenbaugh,
Sligh 's, S. C.
MALARIA 'AND AGUE, CHILLS
and fever, always bring down those
of low vitality-keep up your vita!
ity with Shaw 's Malt. For sale at
FOR SALE-Two hundred cords of
pine wood. -Two miles from the city
Apply to M. B. Caldwell, Newberry.
WE WANT your repairing on Bicy
cles, Guns, etc. Just received 250
New Talking Machine Records.
Come make your selection. Your
Cromer & McGraw.
WANTEDr.-You1 to see me before you
build and get prices on sash, doors,
blinds, flooring, ceiling, shingles, etc.
0. W. LeRoy.
NOTIKFr-Have your buggies and
carriages neatly repaired and re
painted by Neely & Morgan, near Mr.
T. C. Pool's stables. All work guar
anteej. I: 1
JUST REOmVED-A carload of
Milburn wagons. Call and examine
this wagon before buying.
R. C. Williams.
A lady teacher for Burton school,
length of term eight monthsi. Salary,
$30.00 per month. Applications for
the position may be filed with
R. M. Martin,
Newberry, S. C., R. F. D. No. 1.
WEE you want to buy timber or
farm Iegnd or towni property see or
write me and I will UPge yot money.
Y.al1n, B, C,