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'U TILLMAs VIBWS.
Race Question is an Issue
One, and He is Hopeful
the Result in 1904.
States Senator Ben Till
South Carolina, while in
his week gave his opinion
possibilities of the Dem
arty in the coming Presi
lection. Senator Tillman
Democrats have a good
f putting in their candi
e elections in New York,
d and Rhode Jslanid are
for the Democrats that will
1eat help in the coming elec.
Oe election of McClellan in
'York will have a national
You see the election 'of
rats here and there will
the possibilities over the en
me people have argued that
omparatively small majority
aryland is not a victory that
p.be very effective nationally.
TJ4old like to call their attention
t61e fact that heretofore we have
o ajority at all, and the elec
of a Democrat is a great vic
oosevelt's attitude towards the
ro is goimg to hurt the chances
f the Reptblicais. The race prob
lem as an issue will be a good one.
The people over the county are
taking an interest in the elections.
T he trouble that the negro caused
in the North the other day during
election will harm the Republicans.
"The people all over the United
States are changing their ideas re
garding the black man."
THE BIG WHALEY MILLS.
W B. Smith Whaley kesigns the Presi
deicy-New Board of Directors
The management of the "haley
mills" passed into the hands of a
new board of directors Friday night,
the directorate of the Richland, the
Grandby and the Olympia being
identical. The majority of the
former board having resigned, th<
following gentlemen were chosen tc
compose the new board:
Stephen A. Jenks, Pawtucket.
Robert F. Heirrick, H-opedale,
P . P. Snelling, Newton Uppe1
Francis K Carey', Baltimore, Md.
IHI C. Fleitmian, Newv York.
R. Goodw~yn Rhett, Char-lestoni
W. B. Smiith WVhaley, Columbia.
XWilliamn H. Lyles, Columbia.
Mri. Whaley having resigned the
presidency, Mr. Lewis WN. Parkem
of Greenville was elected unani
mously to be president temporarily
It is understood that Mr. Wha.
hey's resignation does iiot mean any
change in the management of th(
The stockholders of the WVhaley
inills-the Olympia, G ranby anc
Richland-met in Colnnbia Satur
(lay and effectedi a complete reor
gaizaitioni. Mr. Lewis WV. Parker.
bering at present presidlent of thec
dencyv, but agreed to act te-mipor.
Th e boa rd of directors namted
above were chosen for- the thmrec
It was decCidedl to issue twenity
year six per cenit. bonds, as follows:
Olympia mills, $i , 70,ooo; Granib)
mills, $8oo,ooo; Richlanid mills,
$450,000, making a total issue by
the mills of $3,00,000
ALLEGb NEGWO ISPRANCISBMB11T.
Resolution Aimed at the South's Election
Laws Introduced In Congress.
Washington, Nov. 13.--Wide
spread comment was aroused at the
capitol today by the action of Rep
resentative Dick of Ohio in intro
ducing a resolution providing for a
congressional inquiry into the al
leged disfranchisement of voters in
the South and for the reduction of
congressional representations of
those States wherein such condi
tions are found to exist.
Representative Dick is an intima's
friend of Senator Hanna, a strong
man in the house, and one of the
big men in the Republicau party.
For this reason there is rightly at
tached a far-reaching significance
to his resolution that others of the
same character introduced by less
prominent Republicans entirely
The resolution reads:
''Whereas, it is a matter of coi
mon information and belief that the
right of some male citizens being
21 years of age to vote at elections
named in said amendment to the
constitution named aforesaid. ex
cept for participation in the rebellion
or other crime, is denied and 0
abridged in certain States, there- 1
"Resolved, That the matter he t
referred to the committee on electi n
of the president, vice-president and
representatives in congress, whose
I duty it shall be and who shall have
full and aniple power to investigate i
and inquire into the validity of the I
election laws of the several States!
and the manner of their enforce- s
ment, and whether the right to vote
at any election for the choice of
electors for president and vice-presi-.u
dent of the United States, repre- G
sentatives in congress or the meiii
bers of the legislature of any State
is denied to the male inhabitants of
any of the States being 21 years of
age and a citizen of the United
States, except for participation in '
rebellion or other crimhe."
NOMINATION OF DR. CRUM.
The Opposition is Still Vigorous to Him i
But this is Presidential Year.
Washington Post, Nov. 13
The nomination of Dr. Crum,
colored, to be collector of customs
at Charleston, S. C., has again been
referred to the Senate conmnittee on :
commerce, and the prolonged fight
of the last session of Congress c
against his confir-mation will be re
newed. There are vacancies in the
conunittee to he filled, but oppo
nents of Crnmn's confirmation are
aware that there will be a majority
at this session to report t he inmi
nation favorably to the Senate.
Senator TFilhuann has jnlst arriv~ed
in town andl said yesterday that he
had no programme 'outlined. T1he
fight will by no means Je abandoned
Cruim has been serving on a recess
appointment since the Senate ad
journed. On principle there is
probably a large majority of the
Senate opposed to Crum's con firma
tion, but for political reasons few
Republicans dare, jnust before a
Presidential campaign, to vote
Cause of Lockjaw.
LoSckjaiw, or t itanusif, is- canisedl by at S
mi streeit dlirt. 11I is iniactive so long
ats expo(sed to the* air, but when carrie<ol
beneath te skin as in the wounds
caused by p(ereussionl caps or by IVu))y
nails, and whlein the iri is excluded'( lhe
germi is roused to ati vit v and)1 produlce..
the miost virulenit potison'kniowni. Thei,se
germIis may be dlestroyed and all dan
ge'r of Iockjawv avoidedo by applj)ying
Chambnierlatin's Ilain Bahnii freely as soon1
as the injury is receivedl. P'ain alm in
is an antiseptic andio causes cuts, bruises
andu like injuries to heal without raat
uration andl in one third the time re
quired by the usual treatment. It is &
for sale by W. E. Pelhamn & Soni, New- c
berry, S. C., and Prosperity Drug Co.
R? E [D..........
VIULTIPLY IN G
lolice of Fiial SttIlaclit ami Discharic.
SOTICE IS 1EREBY GIVEN
that I will mnake a final settlement
I) the estate of Arie Leitzsey, minor,
I the Probate Court for Newberry
ounty, S. C., on Monday, 30th day of
loveiber, A. D., 1903, at 11 o'clock
the forenoon, and will immediaItely
icreafter apply for letters dismissory.
As Guardian for said Minor.
Newberry, S. C., Oc. 2.1, 1903.
E WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUT
cry, before the Court House at
fewberry, on salesday in December,
mo tracts of land, as follows:
One containing 75 acres, more or less,
tuated at Walton, and bounded by
mids of J. L. Crooks, J. B. Crooks, and
. G. Meyer.
One containing 15 acres of land, sit
ated at Walton, and hounded by lands
f J. B. Crooks, ). A. Hipp, and A.
Terms: One-half cash, the balance
ayable in 'one year, to be secured by
ond of the purchaser and mortgage of
be- premises sold. Purchaser to pay
HEIRS OF SAM WOOD.
Notice to Creditors.
LL PERSONS HOLDING CLAIMS
a ainst the estate of Jno. E.
,ominick, deceased, will present the
ame duly attested to the undersigned
r to Cole. L. Blease, the first (lay of
)ecember, 1903. And all persons
idebted to said estate will make settle
ient by the same date.
W. W. LOMINICK,
)ale of Personal Property.
N TIJESDAV, DECEMBER 1ST,
1903, 1 will have a )ublic sale of
ersonal p)rop)erty, consisting of eveiy
h"g usually found on a wvell eqluipp1edl
lantation, which may not be dispo.'ed
I p)rivately before that time. Every
h.ing offeredl will be0 positively sold
nithout reserve Sale wvill take place
t my residle,ce.
Termsp strictly cash.
G. F. LONG.
~OTICEL IHER EBYGIVEN TIIAIT
hebooks of registration for the
pen, and the undersigned as Super
isor of Registration for said town will
CCep said books openf every day from 9
.m. until 5 p. mn. (Sundays excep)ted),
acluding the 7th (lay of D)ecember,
T. O. STEWART,
upervisor of Registration Town of'
Newvberry, S. C.
September 7, 1903.
ARBOR DA FOR 8 OOL8,
HEFREEF PUtBLIC SCHOGOi S
ofNew berry County will observe
he Third Fridlay in November as A rhor
)ay. On that day the School OfFcers;
ut) Teneherwls will conduct such exer'
i5s 'mdl( engage in planting such
brubs, plants alnd trees as will impress
n the mindss or the pup ils the prWoper
alue and app)Jreciat.ion to Ibe Iplaced on
owe rs, ornamntIal shrubIbery and
lhnde t rees.
By order of t lhe (County I oard of EdI
(nights of Pythias,
iTA'ITEDI CONVE NT1IONS OF T 111 IS
L odge will he held on the 2nd and
th Tfucsday nights of each month at
.00. Visiting 1(nights cordlially wel
omedl. TH'IOS. E. EPTIl4G.
K. of R. and S.
Crotwnll Hotel Builing.
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