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Iloa. 7. X Norwood.
Brunswick, Ga. Aug. 31, 1886.
Editor Momiivj News: In your is
sue of August ,9 a communication
appeared, signetf, “B.,” vftitten from
the city of Washington, reflecting
upon and criticising my efljrts to
advance the material intercuts of our
city. Being buHiumnn.I naturally
Celt indignant al^e attempt at ridi
cule and to belittle my e^jjrts for the
good of my people! A perusal of the
article would convince anyone tlmt
the author was an avowed enemy, or
some one having a secret motive to
lower me and raise himself in the
estimation of this section. A request
having been made upon you, Hugh
Waddell, of Washington, was given
as its author. £ Being an entire
stranger to' the man, our interests
not being antagonistic, he not hav
ing not been, taken into my confi
dence, or ttiAednfirjft cnee of% i'rieuds,
or present'.at a^- interviews with
tho heads of the departments, I nat
urally concluded that the pretended
facts contained in his communica
tion were derive^' from the .source
where the motive existed. I culled
upon Mr. Waddell, at Washington,
and in the presence of his chief, Col.
W, B. Cooley,, he acknowledged he
did not know met had never seen me
before, and that the pretended facts
or information were furnished him
by Hon. T. M. Norwood, of Georgia.
The following paper explains it
.Mr. Dart, of Georgia, Having ca
upon me and informed me that Air.
Kstill had given him my flame as the
author of an article which appeared
in the Alorning News of Aug. !),
signed “B.,” and asked from whom 1
obtained the facts, I make answer
that they were obtained from the
lion. T. AI. Norwood, of Georgia.
me the penalty of usurping the
rights atM privileges of the Repre
sentative of the First District. The
following letters of Messrs. Day and
and Dunn will explain:
Bkunswick, Ga., Aug. 23,1886.
• Hoii. </. E. Dart—Dear Sir: In re
ply to your request made this morn
ing I can state, being one of the com
mittee appointed by the city of
Brunswick to visit Washington last
February, that you were present at
every meeting between that commit
tee and tne Congressional Commit
tees on ltiwra and Harbors and Pub-
S c Buildings, and also that you ad-
ressed noth committees earnestly
and fully in behalf of Brunswick’s
claims to an appropriation for her
harbor and for public building.
Yours respectfully, H. C- Day.
CnicAuo, Aug. 26,1886.'
Hon. J. E. Dart—Dear Sir; Your
letter of 23d 'lust, is just received.
Without attempting to reply in de
tail to your queries, I will say that
you were present at the meetings of
the Committee on Public Buildings
and Grounds, and yourself addressed
the committee on behalf of Bruns
wick’s claims for public building. I
believe I followed you in a brief state
ment of the reasons why a public
building was needed. Air. Norwood
made no speech, but did state to the
committee that Brunswick had never
had a dollar appropriated for this
purpose. You were also present at
the meeting of the Committee on
Rivers and Harbors, and were the
only one that addressed that com
Mr. Willis stated to us that an
appropriation greater than $25,000
(the amount we asked for) would be
made to continue the work at Bruns
wick. After leaving the committee
room Air. Norwood did say, in sub
stance, “that, jutkong from what Mr.
wick would «;et nrorc 1
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Aly indignation gave way to regret
that such pretended facts should
have emanated from the Hon. T. AI.
Norwood, just renominated to repre
sent tlic First District of Georgia,
to occupy the seat in the councils of
the nation made illustrious in the
past by such gentlemen ns the Hon.
Thomas Butler Kingand the lamented
Julian Hartridge. The responsibil
ity of the attack having been shifted
it; justice to
myself and the
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C. I. STACY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ice-Cold Laii'er Beer!
I hose cognizant of my acts and do
’ mgs. to submit the facts.
in January last, I was in Wasli-
i ington on private business connected
with my office. Air. Norwood knew
j this, but kindly requested me to go
j before the Committee on Pulilic
• Buildings and Grounds. I went be-
i fore that committee as a private in
dividual, and not as an accredited
| agent or representive of the city, this
I fact being known to the committee
I and Air. Norwood.
If. in my zeal to promote and fur-
the interest of my people, and
advance by information the pros
pects of securing our public build
ings (those enterprises we have been
asking for so long and been denied)
be :i crime, and should expose me to
the eitizens of Brunswiek as an ob
ject of ridicule and witicism by < ol.
Norwood, then I plead guilty.
By resolution of our
February last .Messrs,
and myself became tin
than even Savannah. - ’
I have read the attack upon you
in the Savannah Alorning News, and
take pleasure in saying that, so far
as the charges relate to anything
that transpired while we were serv
ing together as members of the dele
gation sent to Washington in the
interest of Brunswick last February,
I know them to be false, and believe
them to be so in other respects.
Very truly yours, H. T. Dunn.
In July last Mr. Illain, Assistant
Postmaster, requested me to accom
pany him to Washington to assist
him in certain matters, all of which
appear in the following letters:
Hon. J. E. Dart—Dear Sir: Refer
ring to our recent visit to Washing
ton, 1). (J., 1 will state that you went
with me at my request.
We arrived in Washington on Sun
day night, July 18, anil on Monday
morning called on the Hon. Jas. II.
Blount, Chairman Committee on
Post Ofllccs, and stated the object of
our visit. Mr. Blount made an ap
pointment with us to visit the vari
ous departments, and stated that it
would be best for him to see the va
rious oflieiuls lirst, which he did, and
on Thursday took . us to the First
and Second Assistant Postmasters
General, and also to the Chief of Sal
ary and Allowance Division.
The Hon. T. AI. Norwood was ab
sent from Washington, nor did I
know of his return until 7 o’clock on
Thursday evening. During our in
terview with the First and Second
Assistant Postmaster-Generals no
allusion was made to Air. Norwood,
nor was it intimated that it was nec
essary or proper, but on the contrary,
Mr. Blount stated to us that it was
unnecessary for us to see any other
Representatives or Senators, as it
was a matter for his committee.
As to the Cumberland route, the
Hon. J. B. Baird had been sent to
Brunswiek by the Postolllce Depart
ment previous to our visit, and he
requested us t<
reference to it. and also Cur allow-
Council in uno.e for special service at the Bruns-
Dunn, Day!"' 1 * postolllce. Mr. Baird did not
make his report on the Cumberland
senting contrary must be actuated,
by malicious motives.
W. S. Blain
Assistant Postmaster Brunwick, Ga.
AIacon, Ga., Aug. 27, SB86.
Capt. J. E. Dart, Brunswick, Oa.:
Dear Sir. When you came to
Washington Mr. Norwood was ab
sent. I introduced you to the First
Assistant Postmaster General, to the
Second Assistant Postmaster Gen
eral, and to the Chief Clerk of the
Salary and Allowance Division.—
Your object was to get an increase
for allowance for clerk hire at Bruns
wick, and to have better mail facili
ties for'Cumberland. As Mr. Nor
wood was absent, it would seem per-,
fectly legitimate ’ for you to have ap
plied for aid to myself or to some
other person. Very truly yours,
James H. Blouxt.
If the question arises why did we
not ask the co-operation- of Col.
Norwood, the above letters state he
was absent, and give the reasons
why we did not apply. No com
plaints wore rnado from Senators
Brown or Colquitt or the balance c»f
"the Georgia delegation, because they
recognizy the fact that Col. Blount,
as Chairman of the Committee on
Post Offices and Post Roads, was the'
proper party to apply to; they sure
ly did not believe I was there ■ “at-
tempting to boss a job” or usurping
the rights and prcriuatives of a
member, but actuated by a spirit of
liberality, they accord to me the
right which belongs to every Ameri
can citizen to appear bofore-any de
partment of the government arid
make known our wants, if in a man
ner commensurate with the respect
due them in- their ofti-
ff I be a" “moth,” bought waight^q
whom *Mr. Norwood’s “colleagues
and numerous friends” were enter
tained with, and lie so amused them
by the attempt to “lift myself over
the fence tugging at ray own gal
luses,” then I surely could not de
tract from him any of the honors
that cluster around him, nor would
it have been necessary for him to
have borrowed an alias, over which
to tel! the public “I came home to
dupe my listeners by vague state
ments of interviews with Dan-Man
ning and Lush Lamar.”
The attempt at sarcasm, witticism
and ridicule may by intended to ele
vate himself with those I have
“duped.” Aly listeners may not be
so brilliant as Air. Norwood, but
they are true to manhood and prin
ciple, and I would no sooner rob the
Hon. Thomas AI. Norwood of an alias,
or usurp his rights and privileges,
than these listeners would be false
to the nominee. They will be true
to Col. Norwood, pts the choice of the
Democracy, and though at times
may have have been “duped” yet
not by the principles they sustained,
but by the selections made to repre
sent those principles. I trust the
above will place Col. Norwood, his
alias, and myself in our pro|ier posi
tions before the people, that they
limy form their own conclusions.
J. K Dart.
Had * firrsl lies*!.
accredited. . ... -
. .. .. . , , . 1 route until we were in A\ ashumton,
•tgi. 1 s o ° City . As a delegation ] , in ^ on [,j s ,. e | >or t. and by request of
— u.-.oim:— j ' v<: ' 'sited Washington and urged .Gen. Knott, Second Assistant l’ost-
.... r . „ ,,. , the wants of our section before the ! master General, vou telegraphed to
, Wlljes, Liquors OtLlgarS. proper committees. In this instance Air. Gilman for a bid for service on
x.ixe m r the nor. * must request my eo-eommitteemen j said route.
_ and the Council of Brunswick, in a 1 These are the facts as to <
OOSSLin Bar 'liiit of generosity, t" shaie with’in Washington, and anyone
Tact is the lubricant that makis*
sliding down the baluster of life easy.
She had two adorers, and, as usual,
halted between two opinions. Henry
loved her well, hut George's head",
visit Washington in | was the longer as the sequel shows. _
“Speaking of memories,” cried Lit;
eille, “why, I can remember when I
used to play with dolls and make
mud pies in the lane. - ’ “What a
wonderful memory!” exclaimed the-
foolish Henry, admiringly. “1’shaw!
It is nothing wonderful to recall that
which occurred so few years ago?”
■ spoke George of the long head and
r acts I the next time Henry spoke to her she
repre I snubbed him.