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Washilgtol, 1). C., JaI 31, 1902
Po:tiastcr, Newlberry, S. C
Sir: I lie tlpartmnent tick nowledges the
receilt of your letter of the 14th instant.
and in ireply will say that your action in
accepting the mailings of the extra edi
tion of the I leratld and News" and de
cining to receive the supplement of the
"Observer" separately from their regular
issue, is approved ill both instances, Sec
tiolis 2S7 aM'd 288, P. L. and R., quoted
by yoi, fully covering the citases.
Very resp. etfully,
l4nwIN C. MADDIN,
Third Assistant Postmaster General.
The abowe is a copy of a letter received
by Postmaster Iynum from the depart
lent at Washiigton. Mr. Byuum sent
the depa1rtinent a copy of our extra and a
c(py of the Observer eid its supplement
and asked a ruling as soc I as the Observ
er nade t kick. The Observer also re
ported the postmaster here for doing his
dity. The letter is a thorough knock
dmwi for the Observer and a complete
vinldication of Postmaster Bynum and
Assistant-Postimaster lo%man. The Ob
server should now have the manliness to
atologize to Mr. Bowman for the ugly
things it said about hii Or will it claim
that the third assistant postmaster gener
a%l is showing oflicial favoritism to The
Ileral and News and that the above
itiling is "coitemptible." It uay find
some satisfaction inl saying that and con
tiuc its aittempt to fool the public.
No, coteinpurary, the best thing to do
whien vIu get left and get m11ad about it
is to go mit inl some old fieldI and pull off
your coat atml cool off, and not berate
(on1scieitious oillcials who are trying to
do their duty. Or it is better to do like
tile little boy the calf ran over, think
what youai please, but say nothing. Or
hire a kickilng m1.aclille and have your.
self wel I kicked for being left. But don't
show yoir temper and suspect others of
CA A. 110UN F. 110YV.
In I-Ihe death of Mr. Calhoun 1". Dpoyd
h111 co'It v and State loses 0110 of its
l101111int'l. T0er aro few men who
are ils equal in Imnhood and patriotie
devotion. In him all those qualiliem
WhiCb ga to make tihe true man came
ntat ice ,iiterhig than In any mai of
otir acuialit.ance. Whi is fidolit)
aItId h-is p.triotie devotion to hit State
it litver flrgot, nor neglected hIis dut,y
to his chura1t1ch and his God. Gonial
ad kidly in dItisposition ho novor per
mlit d ait in.iino or an unkind word to
lss i hi!- lips. If lie thouight evil of
any1 v oni he ne(ver gave expression to
t,h tholight.. lie wits as brave as the
bravet. andE y!t as gentle and kind as a
C .l. As a soldier Io wits fiithful
1d bravi ad on tle 111aorch and its the
camp and inl the thick of t,ho batt,le
wits always cool, Cheerful and pleasant,.
As at citizenl hit was Conlelentiois 1n
the distcha go of dtity. As a husbatiti
anid fat hor ho wa-4 k id and Indulgent.
As a friend ho was al1ways trueo. As a
minber1hdi (If thle Confederate veter'ans
hae wits devot.ed to his work antd always
prIesent, t, eve2ry treet,ing (If the camp
mand belovedl by his comrades.
WVe aire- opposed(2 to the establishment
of a Statei fur i lizer factory which appears
to he right populair amiong our legislators.
Suicha an eniterpirise woul utilize convict
1 thor tad probab1dly cheapen fertilizers
for the fartners, thereby rendering them
ai tetuiporary hetiefit. hBut we oppose at
baoth ats a prnc(iple andl a policy. Th'ie
State has no0 right to mtonopolize any
business nor to enter into comapetition
wiith inlterprises alreaidy establlisedl. She
had just as well establish a cotton faactory
ats a fertilizer fiactory. Mhe had better go
lio the grocery husiniess than remain in
the liquor business, for the former is
miore respectatble. Convict labor shotuld
not hae brouight into counpetitioni with
honest free' labor in anyi~ industry. Let
the counvitets hIe emnployedl on the roads
andlt on sueh works ns are inItend(ed1 for
the bhenefit of the whole p)eople, and1( let
thae Stiate look after the legitimiate objects
(If govern Inent-inl other wordls mnind her
owni businIess - Gatiney ILedger.
The fertilizer hill we think has been
killed. If it has not it shotuhi be. We
agree fully with the Ledger that the con
viets should be put to work oun the public
roads anad if they' were it wouldt only he a
short timle before we could have a system
of good roads. We do not think the
State is anatking a great deal out of its
farnts, andt we know they are as well
mlaniatged as it is p)ossile to have themn,
but when freshets comei the crops are de
stroyed and( the manalagemaelt canntot pre
vent their comiinIg It is well to keep
the Lexington farms to make a support
for the convicts. Butt we notice the leg
islatture has refused to stop farminlg or to
sell the farmsa. But the hiring to private
parties is no0 longer permnittedl and there
maay be a chance to put somne of the con
v'iets 01n thec roads.
TIhe Chaester Lantern nomilnates Sena
tor J. L. Glenn for the position of Lieu
teanant Governor. Senator Glenn is a
lawvyer of fine ability and a tuost excel
lent gentlemnan anal would preside over
the Senate wvith dignity. In speaking
of him the Lantern says:
"To the people of Chester and the
ineighaboring counties it, is useless to say
atnythiing of Mr Glenn's character of
qualificationas, itnd he is well known to
miany) peCople in all partsof the State. It is
fust suchl men that are need. d in public
places, menCI of pure life and unqtuestion
ed integrity; mnai whon can look Impar
tially at all sides of a mleasure and make
their decision a matter of conscience."
Gen. J. W. Floyd las announced his
candicacy for Congress frotn the fifth dis
trict to succeed lIona J. EI. Finley, the
presenlt congressana fromn that district.
Gen. Floyd Is a fine speaker, but In Mr.
Ililey he will have a hard man to handle.
Seinator Graydon les succetled inl get
ting through the s n:te ta resolittion to
fix the .5th it as the day fori inal adjoirii
mnetit by the legislatilre Resolutions o
this character colie up iat ever'y s-ssitn,
but rarely ever anmonit to inuch except
to take up the time which shotild e de
voted to the bIsi ness it, iIie is w, III
to Columhia to attend to. It wollbl bc
well if the legislatire 4ouh1 amI woi
adjonil-1 oi the i tl i. bu hit wht'Iy Iot g'
Ithead and finlishi OIhe buie;:l Othen
adjourin, evei if this could be dloie bv
the l oth. Sinply ) b -e tise i) 41t r' f
fital adjournment is fixed is In reason
for killiiig tinic. And theii if a d:ay is
fixed and the work is tiot completed4 the
whole thing canl be recoisidere<l i a :it
other day fixed. As a maatter of fact
most of the minbers go there expectig
to stay otit the forty day litmtit atd they
generally do. This thing of trying to iix
days for final adj ittrimieiit always ap
pears to uits as a play to the galleries aIl
for home eoisutimption. If tit re was less
speechmitaking and the members woul
diligeitly apply theiusolves to the Imlat
ters before theini a great dheal of H imte
tnight be saved. hBut everybody is ex
pecting the legislature to sit until about
the 22d, anld it is just as well. If the
work can be finished earlier %Iy thei
adjourn whether it be the loth or the j5th
or any other day.
May we deferentially inquire what has
become of that pardon board the gover
nor's scribacious private secret<ry and
his friend, the senator from Newberry,
were to establish? We may observe ini
passing that when comnments On t he gov
ernor's pardoning poelivitities bVeaII
rather general the stnoher or p.irotis
were not so nunierouts. Ilie State.
This questioni should be "dlefereit ial
ly" put to the pretended dictator who
presides over the editorial departient of
the State newspaper and themetiat.ir fiom
Oconee and not to tio "seribacious pri
vate secretary aid his friend, lie senitor
from Newberry. " It was the forier aid
not tile latter who "were to establish" a
board of pardons. For atthority (if this
assertion we refer the distinguished lal
butiptions editor of the Stae newspaper
to the files of his own pauper in Septen -
ber and October of last year.
"May we deferentially" remark that if
we had the power and wiclel the inulin
eice the buptitions editor of the State
newmpaper imiagines lie does mad wanted
a board of pardmis establislied we woul
simply direct nid coiied t lhe legi-ba.
ture to establish it and tihe- job wmuld b
We pre. .it in this issue tle a-gumet
of the Hell Telephiotie for aI franchise is
preseited to couicil by tl attiorney iof
the cotpany, Mr. Ingram. This propo
sition is more reasmiable, and it looks
iow if the coipanly and council mlliglt he
able to get together We hope they ilay
for we wiould like to see the system buillt
into the town. It is a good system and
would give Its tit out of town cn(It Iletiol
which we caln get in no other way.
Mr. 1) IH. Witherspoon has just stal-ted
a new paper at Graniteville in Aikeii
,otuity to be knowit is the GrIctiteville
Advertiser. 'iThe first issue pre4senlts a
tneat appearancee and( we wish the editor
anid his paper abiundanit success.
(lenertst Sumprinsteldtat Etfnce 00ssructin of14
111a4 11(ei1 4 44Uiigsm y Pre(44 aala f tien .S4t44 of
thlE O tIns 4 thel( Town1'i ('osasa, Mak, N
a P'ropoiEtton, WViehi 44 41 ouncltl
Cositer at It. Next. Mta 4(11g.
On)u Friday aftter'noon a -jpeil~ ine4et -
lng of t,he ci1ty councIl was hei wheni
donit of contstruetjin of lihe 111 liuther
1011 Teclephione and4( Telegraph.ll ('((ml
panbfy, appeaCured b)efore t,bemtoit pC reseniit,
his argumItents in fav'or (Er lett,inig htis
comttpany ini withtout a i rest,rietin is 1o
pilces to be chiarged an-l ceritaini ot hier
fluct,ions emiboi ed withIin ih le franchtise
grIanted by coneil. It wi'ill Ite reumimi
bored that somte titmo augo, abloult t.he tith
of D)eember, council gratited th is co m
pany an untrestricted franchishe, whtich
action they rescindled on l)e. i-1, by the
passage of an ordintance gr'antinug the
Bell Company the sameo franchiiiso as
t,hat no0w enjoyed by Mr. L W. iFloydl.
A petit,ion was immtedi ately eir'eubited
among the people of the city aiskitig
council to grant thle unrtesticit.ed fr'an
chise and received the igiaturte's (of a
majority of the citizens of the towni.
Council, however, at a sutbsequient1
meeting stood by its action.
T1he meeting on Frtiday aft,ernootn wias
held in Mayor Klettner's ohlice, only
oneo memfber of the council being abIsent.
Mr. Ingram stat,ed that his object itn
being hero was to see just whalt, coun-i
cii wanted his company to do0 and if
there was an~y p)ossib)le chaneo to get
together. His cotmpaniy was jtst stairt
lng work on the other lines thoughout,
the 8tate and would like to have the
matter oIf gutting into tbc city limits
of Newberry decided as soon4 ne posi
Mayor Kiuttner said( tbat the council
had already stated its posit1ion int the
matter and it, was now left to I he tole
phone company to decide whotet,be or
not they would come. If anything was5
to be done, a propositioni would have
to come from them, which would be
considered by council.
Mr. Ingram saidl that it, would be
impossible for his company to accept
the ordinance passed, but bo would like
to talk the matter over' and make a
Mayor Klcttner asked for a legal
opInion from the city attorney, Mr.
Blese, as to whether council could
consider this matter before the expir'a
tion of the sixty days allowed for tihe
acceptance of the former ordinanco.
Mr. Blease:-You could, of course,
hear any proposition which the gentle
man desrsto na before yo, btct
il- expiratillnl of tli( ' y 3' It:1 s.
.\1r. lo r la hero :li.i all o tified
0.MnI Ii tat, hi vomipany wi-l!! ot
. a0MI in1 11 er t f .-1. - 2 an'ed
1h4e-m (whit'c lta s ip)(on! his ,---n1m) I
M-nni"omn nNtrietioni, ar mai n jilaind
ut son Mr. Pelo.yd )
I I lt' a, n w -1t it Ia. d l ' ! i.i - h is
jll-l ll- to thit l l fra tb i l.
Al r, I ,i;l io l O lict, I -a' it a iit d 11 eV
that, was Ims* 1 oti t liv, the t; 11o vif' y
we (th.! mne gr:l-ting Ohv un1 4-t'-d
wlt-4:VI Oi - " I he'!VI ll, vOl 1113 W I I -1
Ir Wnhill) wa t he 101101e4 t iti (!il2 e ifn
panly wats nlow opwrat.lIlr usllrl ill -vVUl.y
1OWn1 In which hi-4 clo p:ll .- t it) b i
4)( , wit oll oxi-4eptio l, ill tin- We e
iolithrl State. I 1 1 r ida thi -yt. wt rk.
imitcd to 1 lirt,y. yearst uld.--r fil!h Slate
Ilatw. (),ir objectionl to oll,- p-irt, of thet
ord i 11n1an Lt youl teavli t eil iH
1imit.i 1 s It tw .111y3? yt, 4 I n ou I
cOtipmny wY( havo to horrow Ilonley (1n
bimlls, al who r.t. We issuic b nds11 they
art. i.'sutf11 or hh for (1t11ty fort1, or fifty
y%'191ar1., uuI al.y lifty, Iatid we calaot hor
row Ilmonivy un1 .l-S'A ollr ptw illi ext,id
hir thal avn'th of tilll'. Thatt i-A the1
obji onlil to t.h forsut teril frall hise.
flowevver, I buliuve miy comlpaniy would
bj WilIlIg 1,0 DItII- ri se i d COmlle inl
tinderi ai thir-ty year- permit.
W! ob1J-el L,o another.l chluso in) the
(rdiaLic, thet! onle requir ing thIat wi
mhall use only material of the lati-A
imlirovo'd dtesigil. The sallm se t,ion i.-I
it, tht. fr-anlchise granitied 1h Ilo Ial C111
Iany, and that, C0ompan011611y haL4 worked aI
t1111 iany forfel tairett of that ordl
1111 ' i Ohis t.own. There is a 1 grent
dilv r'it.y of opilliolln 4 to whtt, is L,ho
iil'-- improvved dea,ipgn. W o will m11 -ol,.
111 1111 Vt' S111 US 01i1 .% l ' a4 t 41 tll
rat i evryparticubu-, andt give
VOUn]Cil 01'h right to) cond)t 1ma111 any mna
ria nd wc will firilish t lfirst, .lairt
Anomt.her obijowtion iS t hat y1 ousAMC
inl th ord it l Olat w' .. -11 ll un vt lf
e thl t pr-itit s of $2 1 oi t- 1-usineisl
1 'oneS il $18 for resid--- 'Il ho:Ws
Ix(ce,pt for mintalic tireuit survi 111H i
vom11pl . Ion04 nit a etp1 that hocaell-t.
they --l not tell a 1'tt, Ioa -rial will
o's t tenty yl,rs from toailiy. Wev
oan'i.llnm our pric s for.Ol .hift.ulre
any mory thano you canpoll amlll ih inl YOUra
businps, . i 21 MIta i ly 1 iIIPo S-bl i t 1' .
I.. saf Id ll llhe I had 1hlad 1a. ttOI dtal of
tuik Clt.a his coipa1 ly was ollinig inl
1.1) put down prices andl drivo Lhe honeit
cmillanty out. of buisine.s $%ndl thenl raise
privvs tit silit themlst-lves. Bhut he madtte
(tli propi.41 1 .h111 at his comp nlulv liot
hallowe to 'ellll' th the
homl t,Cotlmany. ThAt, Woilld (ai d - awly
With thiL t I 1r1 gkIonentIlL i 111 I li C'o111 a -1ly
Wo l a t.o 1-11 ' l 10)1I (T lo a l lm
pallN, i-I - eIIIl gl )( wit.h u11 hot'hl inl
SparL 11h1 . -Ll' I li Ion anld wh y1 sh3' PithI
Ol,by b aitfuid of om'lpettiltn herv? But
won't, it, prvt -t, loval cotlpalny if we
a:ret! 1) I. charit n lw , tile twr I he ? o
ii, re Mr,. iiinga presenteti at fist of
c-i%rge s pre-paredi -i i -t town in A t
111in, whiielh Wour hl f about, telt!4a im
t-hey wouid vilar'-e hero. Thev prives
rn1110e fr0o1 $1 (H Po 103 50 pr month.
If.- said that, a' mn311 ennLII in this way
ta1k3 any servico Ihat Suliti imIti. \ V.
haveI about 14. l't,entyl on11e difertnt ratwe
toiI get,!i1 14)t 1ervic 1hey wan, ndpa
forily. int en' cold notlE guarant,10
never21 ito incras t t he prices..a o If)1111 it ) is
hatdehip toI r.1stri1 the Ian:11)0company
w day not. want,ito s'' eeL!l. A a t hon rp.
prei (il1eges you 11 ga t s. W ahave lowha
price lif'th1eia pie wan't tem,2 but wIe 1
havei highe pr and11 wei ask) for' the1 pr41ivia
$3ge1of giv2ing)(211 dir Nt,1I''i lade had
vice antod charg11ing Il)k diT 'n.' r ic t 11ur
wh()4leI counlty and ili we 'onnet youI
t,eilne. al Thlnerfel is nolerri. :tth
wl'irs To ttIe ahleriestt you can18
tlk 0100 mhil cer. ifl permiin) tom
ter, eould prod ro owres on
rust, nItd tile repa1iI'S to bo m i I - 't(it r
every spll of had weIttler.
lit a it-ritin St at.d that 11 ii o '0 ;10.
wI)ubIII het. willin. that the Ie k-k'kt,
shoold be limitedl to lthity.\% .111db
that their prices Shoul n.' i I
cl al d folr th p1) .-ioi of five N -- . :til
thly woill a11ree necver, to ein i r
th-. priices of t he loval com.m.:p % , II- -
also thas d t t lie woutld o, p' I ,c
anl or-difiant.t and suibi it to rnel
when sm-h cbanlge.-A could lle i,k as
conncil decilned ex pcd iet'l..
NIyor K lAttner(: ti)ur co:no'I a
waly pat-tsse-4 i's own) ord i iace- wit.out
Ilhe hetp of anly one. We are 'lho 11p
remenatives of the people of N% ;e.Y,
anId have only ite people's 1i at
heart. We will take up L,hIs 'i:!t,a-r at
our next-session onl the 4th of Pcbroary,
wh, your propositIon will b.- v tri-fully
1n1sidervd, andff you will te lmii if (if
Ilhe deci-ion of coucilel.
Inl conclusion Mr. Ingram th:miked
the mtelubers of the council for l ,iving
gralted himt anm adildence uIrI'l hoped
t,bey would give some conSi i!m t
tho petition which had been sigIed by
I m a' jority qof the business men of the
town anild presented to council.
Mr. X let,tner stated that the reason
iwhy the petit,iol had not been1 given
more eonsidlertlol Wits thatt, mlianly of
the people who sign I that petition
came to him afterward- and aek(d him
to serateh off their namtnes, many of
them giving as their reaon that heL1
etition wits signed tuder at m)lisund1(er
stanld ing of tl.' 4casc.
The Imleeting then adj,unIld.
S m etiction will prob:!bly bo taken
SLthis matter 3t, the regilar moting
of colIleil tonlight.
MENTAL AND MORAL.
Thle stite of the mother durIng gestation
ma11ty inilenive the whole futtrc of the child.
It is hiihv i 1y 1ortant that pregilmnl woni
i3net t*he 'i su i with cali ctp311ouiito and
withl as littile
of v hie l)wer
k in t to ni re
aid dtelivery of
y;ming, fir they
ar n0lot pholl
cllv 1a311 pe-red
or deformned by
W oin 0 n
stITer t g -
of the di
coveries of art and tcience that cointeract
thle 4tYt of dress follies. To-tiay inl every
drlu store there is oniv jilliniment hiati3 $1 per
hottle. wlich excels in3 viitI It 3tl sIticnerF
anly liket remledy, it) be appllied externnitiy
by 1and141 ontle 31 l1ay5' (t3n I the hkii inl tile
regihn cif the uiteruis. It is tint a dilg for
youl t33 swalltlw. It is Mother's Friend, si
namedt hecause it has nuver faied to givu
comlif-,rt 31313n e-atse 13 ally wiltmlan who ever
usmed "' in mth11o erhood.
Send for,I our free bomwk, Notherhoodt.
li IRMDILD R[GULAIOR CO., ATLANIA, GA.
STATE OV SOUTH CAUOLNA
COUlNTY OF NECWBRAMtiY.
. '. Ward Plainti.lT,
The Wes't.ern Union01 Telegrapih Com
13Y V IlR'TU t~ O1 AN CXECCUTiION
ilt mne dir'ect.ed in the above statet
ease, I will selt before5the Court H ous.
in N ew berry, St atte an d county a for'e
said, witi the1 111 legal hours of 84al', oi
sal.eday ini Mar ttch neOx beinig the 3.
daLy thbereof, the followinig dI'eribet
pr'opertyv of said decfendant1: the b'at
ter'ies3, int,rumenlCit, wires, poIe34, and at
(IL,ber) priope.rty, r'eai and per.usonal,( in
eluinIag thbe fr'anch isei and) iic t of way
of sa1id (defendantLt within the county
andt State1 a)forid'ILt. ILevied on to sat
isfy ai jud(gtnetnt in thle sated c1 ase'.
T1ermhfs: Clash; purchlaser' to paIy for pa
M. M. tIJLOU)3D
Sheriff Newherry ('ounty.
TO THE (ilTZENS OF TOWN8HP8 NOS
2, 3 AN 11,
Y U Al lHIEtilY (!A L ICDT
- mueet at Mr u. J1. A. (lromner's 'eel,
dence aIt 3 o'clock oni tthe afterntIon 0o
Saturday13, 15th 1instant, for the It ppo
of or'ganlizinug and1( loo~k ing to pr'otecti ng
ourtselves In the casoof incentdiary fires
A full meeting of all the eiti,tIen is do,
J. A. CR O MEIR.
J. P. WJICI(EiL
In New Spring Hats, Neg
New and Original Conceptions
factunrors~ are controlled by us.
10xelusivo Noveltios correct in S
Look at the "Lofter" H
Stylish for middle aged or
The "Mascot" for youn
style than any hat ever shi
The enviable record of t
will be more than sustair1
been so well prepared to j
Thanking the genera
for their most liberal j
continuance of the sar
j4X0% )1K' ibq
To Buy Merchlqdise for Alma a Song.
Just finished taking stock. In Selling so many
goods last year we have accum lated Odds and
Ends in short lengths. I am going.) to clean them
out at less than fifty cents on the dollar. Now is
your chance to buy remnants and short ends for
almost your own price. All odds and ends in
Clothing and Shoes will be sold this week at Cut
Throat Prices. Thousands of yards of white lawns
Nainsook, Percales, Check Muslin and Embroid
eries to be sold this week. We need room for
Spring goods as I am going to the great Dry Goods
Centre of the North to buy Spring goods and want
plenty of ready cash. This will be a goodbye sale
to all winter goods.
9i 5 Bales 40inch White Cloth, (short length)
worth 6 1-2 only 5c. W
2 Bales 36 in. Drill worth 7c. only - - 5c.
2 Cases shirting calicoes worth 5c Mimnaugh's 3 1-2
100 doz. men's half hose worth Ic. " (I
price only Sc.
9ii 100 doz. ladies hose worth lOc. Mimnaugh's price 5c. Q1
10 doz. white bed spreads worth 75c only - 50c.
10 doz. "-" " " $1.25 only 95c.
300 pairs nen's shoes worth $1.25 and $1.50
Odds and Ends, price 90c.
9i 200 pairs men's shoes worth $1.75 and $2.00
Odds and Ends, price $1.45. %
200 pairs ladies' shoes, button or lace, worth
$1.25, Odds and Ends, price 90c.
It You Want a Pair of Shoes for Little Money
Now is Your Chance.
00 PAIRS MEW 000 PANT5 AT HALF PRICE,
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF CLOTlINi TO BE CLOSED OUT
COM toTeBgOd n nsSale.
The Leading Store of Newberry, S. C.
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