The SOUTHERN INDICATOR I i
Entered as Second Class Matter
May 8th, 1912, at the poet office at j
Columbia, S. C , under the Act of i
March 3d. 1879
C. C SCOTT, EDITOR,
Lt MORGAN, MANAGER
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Advertising Rates Made Known on
Saturday, April ll, 1914.
Grant, Lee, Appomattox
April 9, 1865-April9, 1914
Forty-nine years ago day be
fore yesterday, Lee the Confed
erate Chieftain, surrendered at
Appomattox Court Hous i to
Grant, the Captain of the Union
army, and the greatest war of
modern times was ended.
Gathering about him his best
troops and most trusted offi
cers, Lee had contested every
inch of ground in his efforts to
protect the fall of Richmond and
the dismemberment of the south
ern Confederacy. His skirmish
es, attacks and retreats had been
executed with consumatec skill;
but opposed by superior numbers
and with God Almighty against
him, with his army half starved,
half clad and disintegrating,
with the Southern Confederacy
subiugated in the Southerner's
heart and the president of the
Confederacy, fleeing in dis
guise from place to place, he sav*
the absolute folly of continuing
the hopeless struggle and th?
further sacrificing of the lives oj
these brave but mistaken men,
and surrendered accordingly a
Appamattox on the 9th of Apri
The magnanimity of the con
querors toward the eonquere(
partly alleviated the sting of de
feat. When the Union Arm:
marched into Richmond the:
found that the city was in flame;
and Negro soldiers from the Un
ion army soon extinguished th
fire and stopped, the plunder be
gun by their masters. A simila
attempt had been made to buri
Charleston and Columbia, an<
was partly successful. The whit
people of the South-the rulinj
class -proud, arrogant, self as
serti ve,-though their leader
John C. Calhoun, had attempter
more than three quarters of
century ago to bring about se
cession and rebellion; but tn
lynx-eyed man with the iron han
was watching him ready to strik
him down. In that memora bl
debate, called the battle of th
giants, South Carolina and Mai
sachusetts had crossed swords i
the greatest forensic duel fougri
on American soil. With rhetor
cal brilliancy and power, Hayn
the champion of the Souther
white people, had for two day
controlled the floor of the Unite
States Senate; and with fluer
and melodious elocution, with ir
soient assurance, and plausiabl
sophistry, backed by a band c
bold and vindictive followers co
founded almost every hearei
When he finished and sat dowr
the whole nation held its breat
in suspense Then followed tr
outburst of acclaim on the partx
his friends throughout the soutl
On Tuesday January 26, 18i
-a day memorable ever aft?
Webster, like the war horse sp
ken of in the Scriptures, "wi
paweth in the valley, and rejoi
eth in his strength:" who goel
on to meet the armed men wi
sayeth among the trumpets h
ha! and who smelteth the batt
afar off, the the thunder of tr
captains and the shouting, aro
and addressed the Senate. "]
deep and thrilling Cadence ?
waves upon the shore of the f ?
resounding sea," his swarth
countenance lighted up with e
citement, like Vulcan in his a
mory forging thoughts for tl
Gods", he soon had his audito
spellbound. And then with pi
less logic, and eloquence unsu
passed he completely demolish?
?he supposed impregnable struc
ture ef his adversary and cap
tured the entire audience and the
whole countrv, voluntarily or in
spite of themselves, by the spell
of his unsurpassed forensic elo
quence; closing with these mem
orable words-"Liberty and Un
ion, Now and For evei*, One and
Inseparable." Webster had ov
mastered and vanquished Hayne.
Andrew Jackson had humbled
and subdued John C. ' Calhoun
But the leprosy of slavery was
in the blood of the South. Hu
man slavery "the sum of all vil
lanies," caused the war. When
Lee surrendered, the black south
was freed,, the white south whip
ped but not conquered. What it
lost a half century ago in a con
test with bullets it has partly re
gained in a contest with ballots.
To day a southern white man
is president of the United States
Five of the white men who con
stitute his cabinet are Southern
The leader of the House of Rep
resentatives is a Southern white
The leader of the United States
Senate is a Southern white man,
Some1 of the most brilliant and
most influential members of the
two branches of Congress are
bitter and unscrupulous southern
white Negro haters.
A majority of the governors
and legislators in the south, all
white, are equally as bitter and
The Negro constitutes a major
ity of the population of the south,
but is absolutely without repre
sentation, He appears to be
standing between Scylla and
Charybdis. But God is not asleep.
11 He is raising up even here among
the white people of the South,
friends who are gradually com
ing to our rescue and will help
us to fight our battles, It is said
that immediately after the elec
tion of Jefferson E)avis as presi
dent of the Southern Confedera
cy, a discussion arose as to the
symbol to be placed upon the seal
of the state, and some one sug
gested a bale of cotton with a
Negro asleep upon it; and thal
Jefferson Davis exclaimed
"What if that Negro should
He did wake up about fifty
years ago, and then soon fell a
sleep again- It is now high tim?
for him to again arouse him
self from his lethargy and sleep
The first exhortation he receivec
was Educate! Educate! The ex
hortation he must now heed is
Register! Register! Register
God is on your side. Self respec
ing, liberty loving, God fearing
white people need Negroes of in
telligence and character anc
possessing the proper qualifica
tions for citizenship to help then
redeem the South and particular
ly our own dear common we alt!
from political tricksters and den
agouges. Listen! Listen! Yoi
will soon hear the next exhorta
tion Vote! Vote! Vote! Goc
save the Negro! God save us o
the South! God save the com
monwealth of South Carolina!
The Funeral of Mrs. Fanni
herrington, Sun.^Mar. 29.
Bethel A. M. E. Church wai
crowded to congestion by th
throng that attended the tuners
of Mrs Herington. Srief an
and sympathy were man i fes
everywhere. The services wer
conducted by the pastor Rev. ]
J. Pruitt, who delivered a fittin
eulogy over the deceased. Othe
ministers were present and ai
sisted in the service. The flori
tribute were numerous and beat
tifal. A number of her whit
friends were present and som
of them went to tho cemeter
to pay their last tribute of affe<
tion and love. Some of thei
were in tears. Everybody fe
that a good and useful woma
had ended her labors here, bi
had gone to her reward in he*
ven. Messrs Ferguson and Morr
deserve credit for the manner i
which they carried out the fui
eral arrangements ; Both wei
present to see that the wishes <
t the family were carried out i
ie ?every particular, Mr. Ferguso
rs j the veteran undertaker, persoi
lally superintending\the arrang
' ' ments and exhibiting his usu:
good taste and judgement in e^
lUR CAMDEN NEWS LETTER i
The opportunity to become an
igent and a correspondent of the
Southern Indicator, is highly ap
preciated and I shall earnestly en
deavor to profitably avail myself
it it. The Southern Indicator!
s a great bureau cf information
to those who are interested,-in
the peculiar questions that are
now confronting our Race. Not
only will -we get race and church
news, but general information
that is essential to the welfare
of the Negro.
Wednesday evening, March
25th, ult., the Jackson Graded
School gave an entertainment in
its Auditorium for the benefit of
the Piano Fund and realized a
nice sum. The public is taking
a larger interest in this school,
and the faculty highly appreci
On Thursday and Friday, April
2nd and 3rd, inst., the Annual
Camden Horse Show was Kw ld.
High class animals were exhibi
ted from Atlanta, Camden, Col
umbia. Darlington, Greenville
and Sumter. Mr. Kirvins'horses
of Darlington, carried off the
first prize. The second prize
vas won by horses of Mr. George
Liit:le, of Camden. Other prir
jes were also presented and this
s rated as Camden's best show.
The 35th Annual Thanksgiving
Service of the Knights of Pyth
ias, was observed*in Camden, on
the 5th Sunday evening of March,
at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church.
Dr. .T.< fl Thomas was Chancelor
Commander and Sir John Meyers
Master of Ceremonies. The ser
mon on this occasion was an ex
cellent one and was delivered by
Rev. T. J. Williams, who is a K.
of P. and one of Camden's most
C. C. Lowery.
The Indicator does Job Printing!
Learn Music ?
Mr?. R O. JEFFERS
Has opened a Studio of Mudie at
1731 Wayne St. She will teach
both vocal and instrumental mu
sic; train quartettes, choruses,
?etc. Will be glad to accommo
date friends and their children.
For further information call on
her at 1731 Wayne St or 'phone
966. (Mrs.) R. O. Jeffers.
Spring Time is Here
Those balmy i^ornings when a drink of cold
Soda with the bite in it, or a dish of delicious
Ice Cream with that velvety smoothness to it
will add to our ?personality the smiles that won't
come off. I am now informing the public that
for the coming season I will spare no pains in
larger and better equipped than heretofore.
Orders for Parties, Picnics, Church and Society
. jEntertainments will be given special and prompt
Attention. SPECIAL RATES TO CHURCHES
In the Drug Department
A full line of fresh Toilet Articles, Rubber Goods
and Madam Walker's Hair Preparations are kept
constantly on hand.
Our Drug Store,
P. R. REESE, Proprietor.
1105 Washington St. Phone 2820. Columbia
Summer School for Teachers
AT THE STATE AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL
COLLEGE, ORANGE BURG, S. C.
Begins June 29th and Lasts Four Weeks
Endorsed by the State Board of Education. Supported by the
United States Government, the State of South Carolina and The
Slater Fund. Expenses very low. No Entrance fee. . No Tuition.
Board for the Session $10 00. This includes Rooms in the College
Dormitories, Electric Lights, Good Water and every Sanitary Con
venience. Three Main Courses : Teachers Review, Agricultural,
Industrial. A competent and selected faculty of trained Teachers.
Recreative amusement, splendid Lectures and Entertainments
during the session. For further information, write
. R. S. WILKINSON!, Ph.D., President,
Orangeburg, S. C.
"On the Job If It's REAL ESTATE"
RENTS COLLECTED LOANS NEGOTIATED
HENDERSON H. MOSLEY
Real Estate & Insurance Agent
Homet for Colored Peuple on Installment. My Price? like
PB 'ing Rent. See me.
PHONE 2159 . . . Columbia S C
1512 LINCOLN STREET . . . V_.01UIIlDia, O.
SEABOARD AIR LI NE RAILWAY
4'The Progressive Railway of tne South."
LOW RATES TO JACKSONVILLE, FLA
ANNUAL REUNION, CONFEDERATE VETERANS
MAY 6-8. 1914. Rate from ,
Corresponding low rates from all stations. Tickets on sale May 3
4, 5, 6 and 7th and for trains scheduled to reach Jacksonville befor<
noon of May 8th, 1914. Final limit returning May 15th. Upoi
payment of 50 cents and depositing ticket in Jacksonville, limit cai
be extended to June 4th, 1914. For full information, see neares
Seaboard agent or write ?. V. SMALL,
Division Passenger Agent, Savannah, Ga.
fWe Are On Our Way A
TO THE S
Which will be given at the Masonic Temple Monday night
April 13th 1914. All of our best friends are cordially invi
ted. Good music and plenty of refreshments free.
Don't forget the place and date, the occasion the Grea
Easter Ball. Admission per couple, 50 cent?
Committee : A. T. Dixon, Randolph Smith, N. Dixon, W. Ford
Men's Meeting Sunday
You are urgently requested to be present at a meeting for
Men only Sunday afternoon, April 12th, at 5 o'clock at the
Air Dome Theatre, 1014 Washington St. The object of this
meeting is to save our men, young and old. Vocal music by
select singers will be rendered, A permanent organiza
tion will also be effected. Don't forget the time and place
Easter Sunday afternoon, 5 O'clock at the Air Dome Thea
tre. 1014 Washington Street.
Working Men in every Calling Invited to Attend.
W. E. GREEN, PRES. H. J. CHAMPION, SEC.
MADAM ELSIE P. NELSON
Corns Removed, Gives no Pain. Hair Dressing, uaittouriug, Shampoo
ing, Scalp Treatment, Singeing, Clipping and Coloring. 71H \U4
lilandiug SLreet, Columbia, S. C. *
?. I r* IT I
1 LEEVY LEADS in making high-class Hand Tailored |
? Clothing on short notice. ?
^> U^;^" n MVnnlinnl Toilnv QC t>f?kl1 HC il Vi 1 OrVl - o\u CC
Being a practical Tailor as well as a high-class g
? Designer and Cutter, you can see why LEEVY ty
can give you better Suit Values, better Fit and g
S better Workmanship for less money, ' f(
j Leevy's Gent's furnishing Dept.
p A. E SIMONS, Asst. Manager
g Hats, Shirts, Socks Underwear,
g Suit-cases, Umbrellas, Caps, Suspenders,
S Sweaters, Neckwear, Gloves, Rain-coats.
Garters, ollars, Bags, Belts.
I Ten per cent, Discount to Students and Ministers.
* PHONE OR WRITE
I I. S. LEEVY,
S ??lurabla's Leading Tailor,
S 1221 Taylor Street, - - Phone 319 |
i . I
Anderson's Royal Palace Shaving Parlor f|ggg
with everything sanitary and up-to-date. We serve to please.
When you need a Hair cut, Shave or Shampoo, make a "B" line
for our up-to-date parlor at 1114 Washington street.
W. M. Anderson, Proprietor. A. S. Anderson, Manager
The New Century Studio And
1204 HENDERSON ST. COLUMBIA, S. C.
WE ARE THE PHOTO AND PORTRAIT SPECALIST.
We can do any kind of work wanted. We make Post Cards View
work, fine Folders from 5 by 7 up to ll by 14. We enlarge
fine Pastel Sepia and water color Portraits. We also make epr
largements on fine Silk Pillow Tops. ALL WORK GUARANTEED
and can be delivered.
Agents Wanted." Good Pay. Write For Information.
MOSEY TO LOAN
The oldest and mont reliable Lean
office in the city"
MEYERS LOAN OFFICE
Established 2897 1337 Main Street
OFFICE HOFRS: PHONE 1833
8 To 9 A M.
1 To 3 P. M.
5 To 7 P. M.
DR. C. E. STEPHENSON
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
OFFICE, N. C. Mutual Building
Cor. Waeluu<ifcou and Park Ste.
DR. H. H. eeePER
Crowns & Bridge Work a Special
ty. Gas Administered
OFFICE HOURS, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m
1109 Washington Stree?
OFFICE HOURS: OFEICE
9-10 a. m. 2129 Genrai? St.
12-1 p W. Office Phone 2412
~ A p. m
? 7. p. m.
DR. B. A. EVERL1T
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Diseases of Women and Children
All Calls Promptly Answered.*
2228 Washington St., COLUMBIA, S. C
SAM KING'S LUNCH ROOM h.
Home made Bread, Rolls and
Pies. Excellent meals.
SAM KING, Proprietor.
Moved to . ..
1003 Washington Street.
Five aerea aud up with dwelling
Will rent, Sell or Exchange for
A Few,New Lot? and Houses
1544 Main Street, Columbia
WOOD &T COAL FOR SALE
Th? Only Colored Coal and
Wood Dealer in the'City
Offers a Square Deal
We meet legimate compe
ti?on. Pleas? give us a trial
H. E. LINDSAY
Phone 379 401 Plain Street
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