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SATURDAY, - - Nov. 16,1889
^*HBOUGHT TO TOTE.
"One would think from the man?
ner an which colored men .shave
bevin denied the right of suf^age
that the laws of this country did
not guarantee to him the privileges
which he has striven to exercise.
The Article XIV Constitution ol
the United States reads:
"All persona born or naturalized In
ihe U uneU States, aud subject to the
jurisdiction thereof, are citizens if the
United stats*-; and ot the state wherein
This then includes all colored
men and as it is evident as well as
specifically declared that all citi.
zens shall be entitled to vote there
can be no question on that subject
This not being explicit enough,
the law-making power of this cour
try proceeded further m ArticU
X V when it declared.
1. "The right of citizens of th<
United Slates io vole than net be de?
nied or abridged by the United Male
or by any atate on account of race, coi
or, or previous condition.
*l. congress shall have power to en
force this ai tide by appropriate legisli
So much for tl e laws of Un
United States on thin subject
For the benefit of states' right
Democrats who although the;
have hworn otherwise are ye
ready to render first allegiance t
the state, we will quote from th
Bill of Rights of old Virginia:
fV'That ?*!? m*n are hy nature djuali
free aud independent, and have coital
inherent rights ol winch, when Ute
enter into a state of society, they ca
not, by any compact dt- pi ive or uivei
their posterity, namely, tue enjoy mei
cf I <e ant! liberty, wt'*; itte mean* ?
ae? \u*e an< <? i'*nv. 1/
pursuing and ?a*KBial ,-.uosr. bj
That is plain, but positive lan
guage. Ko provision in the Cou
siltation ol the United States
more radical or far-reaching, j
declares eternal principles, au
sends thundering down the agi
the names of the men who coul
and did draft such a documen
No mau enjoys libeiiy as undei
stood by the law who is denied tl
right to vote. Article 111 of tl
Constitution of Virginia leads:
''Every male citizen of tbe Uuit<
States, twenty-one years old, whoshi
have been a resident of tins state tv* el
mouths, and ol the coi.my, city
town in winch he khan oder to vu
three months next preceding any el
lion sh. ll be euuueu to vote for me
bera of the general assembly and ?
officers elected by Ihe peopie. '
There can be no misuuderstani
ing on this subject. The state ls
clearly defines who shall be alic
ed io vote while the Unsted Stat
law declares that no state shall <
ny to citizens the right to vote.
When a state, city or couu
fails to provide the proper laciliti
for voting it debars a citizen t
privilege to exercise that pow
which the laws of tLe United Stat
say he t-h.ill exercise.
Colored men, citizens of tl
country contrary to the plain pi
visions ot the law were nnceren
niousiy disfranchised in the face
the fact that the law of the stu
Of Virginia declares that
shall not be done save upon cc
viction for ''bribery in an electii
embezzlement of public funds, tn
son, felony or petty larcency." T
colored man, Isaiah Thom
residing at 18 B. Baker St., a
who applied for, and was deni
the right of suffrage was so tre
ed in violation of not only the la
of the United States, but of t
State of Virginia. This was eqn
ly true concerning the 190 coloi
men in Henrico County aud 1
thousands of disfranchised u
in Lynchburg, lt is needless
declare that the parties refusi
them the right of franchise beli
ed them dead, for the borden
proof in that case rested with
accusers. The.se men were al
previous to and on election d
Dr. John H. Lewis, who i
marked dead is one of the larg
property owners in Henrico Co
ty, his wile being party to a t
for nearly a quarter of a million
dollars. He was treated in t
There must be some redress.
Jackson Ward, Richmond City
also in Petersburg. I-otu the state
ind national law was violated.
A state stands pledged to guar?
antee to all of its citizens the priv?
ilege of casting a b allot as in his
judgment he deems best. In the i
Last named places long liuesof col?
ored men were unable to vote and
were driven away from the polls at
sunset. This was in violation of
of law and the conservators of the
peace and officers of the law viola
ted the very trust that they had
assumed under oath. To say that
the state, municipalities and coun?
ties complied with the national law
by having any polling places what?
ever is not borne ont by facts. A
state might establish only 4%e vot?
ing place in each county, and city
and all wi o could not be, accom?
modated, while and black driven
away at sundown and. yet claim
that it had complied witb the pro?
visions of the law.
The declaration * 'shall be allow?
ed to vote" cowries i*^j*BCf**-fhe state
ment that the mo'*,*fH p*^*6 shall
be provided for t^PHaavyiug*; out
of the provision. To argue other?
wise would be to declare the elec?
tion laws a mockery, to be kicked
about at will by any politics 1 dem?
agogue who found it to his selfish
interest so to do.
a hippy ending.
We endeavor to accord praise
where it is deserved. The action
of Gov FiTZHUQH Lek in com?
muting tbe sentence of Simon S.
Walker, the fifteen year old coloi
ed boy, sentenced to be hanged at
Chesterfield, C. H., was in keeping
with that mercy which we must al1
sooner or later expect. As we au
uounced in the beginning, it wat
not a question of race or color, it
was one of humanity. We felt cot
fident that as ''one touch of nature
makes the whole world kin,7* mei
regardless of coior would aid in thc
work of saving the life ol a child
We were not mistaken. The ai
tion of tho liberal minded whit*
citizens of Chesterfield in signing
and publicly expressiujh themselvei
as being opposed to tom executioi
YY hat can we say, too of the nt
ble-hearted Sheriff Gill, who di<
*'hat he could, though sworn t<
execute the mandates of the law
The alacrity with which he respom
ed to our .. ,,?<*>t that Walker b
in Utan **l' IV
of the night," to pi* iud* <
remote possibility of a lynching b
some of the worst citizens whic
every community possesses was i
itself a performance that will kee
his name ever fresh in tbe minds <
all right thinking people. Jade
ai d Acting Deputy sheriff Chea
ham did what few men in his poi
tion would do. We have no doul
but what he will secure bis rewan
God grant his richest blessings t
him and his. Judge Clcpton an
Commonwealth's Attorney Cog
bill did their duty well. Tt
former while maintaining bis ju<
cial dignity did not fail to annoum
his opinion upon the subject, ac
to a great extent Walker owi
the happy termination of this cai
to bim. Lack ot space for bit
further comment. To the juror
friends of the aggrieved part
ministers and the public we car be
express it in the words of Simc
W alker, when he said to us wh<
told the news, on the morning 1
was to be executed, "I am a thoi
and times obliged for what you i
done for me."
WHAT WILL THEY 1)0!
The Democratic party is aga
iu undisputed control of this stat
They have two thirds majori
in the legislature. What will th
rio? Thev haye counted in t
m. Governor, Legislature, aud ther
>n, Dv wi** bave undisputed sway
controlling the destinies of tl
commonwealth. The public echo*
are impoverished. The in sa
need attention. The State Dc
demands a settlement. What s
they dof The State is borderi
upon bankruptcy, 'our people t
complaining. Laws are disrega
ed. The Executive and Judie
power is defied.
What will they dof Leaked
in the mountains of Virginia l
mines of wealth which capital
needed to bring forth. Immigrati
Will not set in this direction. C
lands are poor, crops not satisf
tory, complaints general. W7I
will they dot These are the qu
Mons which the people of Virgil
are asking, and while tbe politic
looks at bis majority, it is uot si
prising that be should say to thc
what will you dof
The Young Men's Christian A
sedation is doing a grand work
this city for our people. We thi
that it should 1)0 evident to all tl
t should have the hearty support
>f all. Biblical instructions is giv
!?n and now a night school is in
t)rogress, in charge of an able corp
of instructors. This is the right
move. We would consider our?
selves recreant to our own trust,
false to every good impulse which
go to make up a man were we to
fail to call attention to this grand
institution?a monument to the
Negro's thrift and intelligence.
Let men, yoong and old go there
and be instructed. Let them aid
the work financially. Go and see
for yourselves aud if you find the
cause deserving rally to it. Rev.
J. M. Waldron has been a tower
of strength to the enterprise. Bis
untiring energy,GoD-like devotion
have thro*, n a halo of light around
the enterprise which is but increas?
ed in its brilliancy by the well
known President, R. T. Hill who
surveys the scene. Go there and
It is strange to observe tbe incon?
sistency of sotue bourbon DsBjr*g>
eratic white men who should know
lietter. Previous to an election
they curtie, abuse and malign the
colored man. They declare him to
be inferior to the white race, incapa
ble ol proper development and only
suited to be hewers of wood and
drawsrs of water. They exclude
this same colored man from mem?
bership in their Democratic clubs.
They deny him the privilege of
participating in the nomination of
any candidate for office. They
give him to understand by every
method known that he is not waft?
ed, and yet when the colored man
takes them at their word, fails to
intrude himself at their meetings
refuses to vote lor candidates that
he was denied the privilege ol
nominating they proceed to vig
orously abuse bim, and declared
that be is a fool for keeping tbe
black vote solid. Not only that
but they talk about discharging
colored help on account of the waj
colored men vote, when their evert
actiou tends to maintain tue solidi
ty of which they complain. This u
the Democratic inconsistency ii
the south and comes we think Iron
the fact that these Bourbons hav*
to learn that the Negro is just Uki
Colored men, the w;?y at time
destruction. You hear murmur
that they will send you out of th
country, take from you that raoo
which is ycur means of subsistence
Be not discouraged. Act accotc
ing to yoof convictions. Wber
one door closes another will opei
God has never placed even a spa)
row in this world but what he di
not at the ^saine time affotu
the means of living. Be of gos
cheer, remembering that Ile bolt]
the destiny of nations is His hand
We have been through the fires i
persecution to which these we ai
at present undergoing are child
play. But we are here. Yes, hei
to stay and no power on earth or i
hell can send us away. When **?
leave it will be for that celesti
realm where Ho with His lily-whi
hands will wipe all tears from 01
eyes. Be not discouraged.
Gov. Lee in a recent spee<
in Manchester, Va., enunciate
sound Republican doctrine. Whi
his hearers applauded him, we a
confident that they did realize tl
the full import of what he sal
Col. Frank G. Ruffin and Ho
Henry W. Flournoy if dei
would want to turn over in th*
coffins at the thought, whi
the editor of the Dispatch
addition to his continuous ;.
tack of Negro-phobia may ha
a bad case of epfzooty befo
the next election. Here are t
Tbe Governor said he had tried to
bis duty to the colored people and
measure out to the independent citiz
living in hie humble hut in the vail
equal Justice, [ Applause.J He was soi
to see the sam* cendition of affa
existing among colored people to-<i
that have existed for many years, a
expressed the belief that it will
much better for the country and
both racer when both divice on qt
tians of political economy, and i
wi|h the colored race, as now, solid
one side and the whites almost solid
Dr. J. L. M. CuRBYfin a ree*
speech to colored teachers is qm
ed as saying:
"I have an audience before mm, *
are the deemdants of those wbo w
forcibly brought to thia country niue!
gainst their will and against the wilt
their rulers?a race formerly in slave
but now emancipated and euleena
this free country, with ail tbe rights i
privileges accorded to the white race
Some one should have paid
carriage fare and taken bim to
polls in Jackson Ward on elect
day. Relative to the colored r
enjoying all the rights and priv
gea accorded to the white ra
ie could then have seeu a b^w leg
jed white man. living on the char- j *
lies of tbe city br om ht from the
Hms House and \ .'ted while a
ady, respectable, intelligent, tax?
paying colored man, having in his
)wn right 92 500 worth of property
was denied ttaat ^-vilaiic-e. i>r.
Curry makes a theoretical state?
ment, while we state a practical
A Republican in Virginia can't
enjoy thanksgiving day. The po?
litical thievery was on such a
wholesale order and the fraud so
tronumental that he feels like hav.
ing this section of the country in a
sling and slingiu-:
Colored men don't be discourag
ed. We are used to defeat. Go
to work, and a hen the time comes,
rally nguiu. Psrsiateuey of effort
will accomplish si] things.
. Ml '? ????
Truly sa**d Hr. ItBWIS H. BLAIR
when he annouu ed that it is the
oppressed that iorgivea never tbe
oppressor. robbing colored
men of the : suiting j
them the Dem -eratic Bourbons^
have the audacity to talk of furth j
er humiliating them.
While tbe r-sult of tbe elections
November 5th, may be discourag.
ing, it is not disastrous. The
complexion ci* the Congress of the
United Snales remains tbe same.
If it causes the Republican leaders
to, look ont for breakers, mend
broken places and tbe rank and
file to press closer together for the
great struggle in 1)12 it will have
served its -mrpose well. One thing
is clearly demonstrated, and that
is a National Election Law is need
ed. The solid south is a menace to
the nation and must be broken.
The fraud practiced by which the
voice of and a majority of the sov?
ereign voters is stifled should be
put down. This can be done by
the enaction of the law to which we
have referred. It is evident also
that we need a vigorous policy?
one for human rights. W hen thia
is done victory is already assured.
Republicans should not feel sore
at being defeated by only 40,00c
majority, lt might have beeu 100.
000 ot unanimous.
Tbe Fulton Democratic Club witt
a spirit of partisanry that is ridicn
ewands the discharge of al
u r th*
i any capacity. These bot
headed Democrats are running ai
a rapid rate. A reaction wUl takt
place aud regrets will take the plan
of hasty action.
We have received a pamphle
entitled /'Highway Improvement,5
an address delivered by Colone
Albzrt A. Pope of Boston, be
fore toe Carriage Builders' Nation
al Association at Syracuse, N. Y
OctoWt 17th, '89.
Thinking men will not condon
the outrages of Tuesday, Novena be
the 5th. It has been proclaimed t
the vorld that Virginia is an ur
safe ts well as unfit place in whic
to Ure. Where the freedom c
speedi is denied and the sanctit
of the ballot not observed, no fret
man can possess himself in peaci
The aoliticiaus are reaping the ha:
vest but the business portion <
this oommunity will have to pa
the cast of the same.
News of wholesale frauds conti]
ne Ut pour in from all sections <
the State. It was a shame agaim
high-beaven. God save the Coi
mon seal th 1
The Democrats are now "ens
lng" themselves because they sto
art rrujjch uiore than waa^necesaai
and *&en in soch a 'sjJr^N* to I
everjp>ne see them steal. Gre;
is the Democratic ballot-box stu
er and vote manipulator.
are going to have hard
time*, *o Virginia. The Negro ci
stand it. What will the poor whi
?^ .?. .... a a aa
Colored children look fat ai
greasy on one meal a day. She
ns a race of people who can be
Live colored men were deni
the iigbt to vote. Dead wh
men were accorded the privile
of which live colored ones w?
denied. Even a dead man c
vote. if his proxy desires to cast
Some Democrats are oongratu
ting themselves upon their snoot
in predicting what the Democra
majdKty would be. Well, thc
was no chance work about it.
irl* of (he Committee knew what
cs, vfoud be.
_ What tbiuk the colored men who
roted the Democratic ticket of the
iction of the Fulton Democratic
?lub to discharge all colored men
[rom the employ of tbe cityt Thou?
sands of colored votes were e:ther
counted or cast for tbe Democratic
state aud legislative ticket. What
do they th nk now of the action of
the Democrats in thus referring to
Colored men. be respectful,
polite and obliging, work steadily,
Save your money, and yon aie
bound to win.
.-j- - . -.?
li 75 per cent of the politicians
were dead and all of tue Bourbon
Negro haters, there would be peace
in this old commonwealth
The fight Nov. 5th was very
much like the charge at the Crater
?only one side was being butcher?
The torturing disease neuralgia is in**
aUntly ral laved sud rapidly cured by
Rev. Wm. H. Chapman, Pastor of M.
urah, Georgetown, D. C , wiote
us : Having had an opportunity to teat
the excellent qualifies of Dr. Bull's
Coogn ttyrop. 1 assies*? not to say. it ls
lbs best remedy I have ever used in my
f-mi'y." For croup and whooping
cough lt ls a sura eura.
Wholesale ai? Ratall -leatar in rtSH
OYaTRRS aOatnelSSDf. ma Street or lat
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and Solicited. Shad anauVBar kinda of flleb
ahlpfed by axpraaaa CO D., to any part ct
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Th* Freanaaua, tha a.r**t aaS a*?ty a*a*hac
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certainly Bia a lone *?>**? Baal la Me?
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aa la toa etta* doa* By aaa whitey pr aaa.
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th* rao*.' la* cartoeae aad *th*r I ll astra.
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M. A. Sln-.moo* Liver Medicine, Kst'4
1S40, in thc V. S. Court z-irEATt J.
ad. Neilin, Prop'r A. Q. SimanoaaX.hr>
er UeguUtor, K?t*d by ZesUo i968.
M. A. & L. M. has far 47 -rears
nred IndicIkstion, BiLioosNnea,
ArratTiia, Soim BTaatxct*, tte.
l Rev. T B. Reams. Pastor M. B.
[Church, Adams, Tana., write*: "1
Ithink I should have Dean dead bot
tor your Genuine Bf. A. etat
motij Liver Vedicino. I have
sometime* Bad to substitute
"Zetlin's stuff" for your Meal
rlne, but it dont answer tha
Dr. J. R. Graves Editor
iBaftut, Memphis, Tenn., si
I received a. pack aa;* mi yomtlAmmw
Medicine, and hav* used half ai it.
It work* lik* a charm. I want BO
better I.ivar Reculator aad e*r
t&iuty no more of Zeilin'a ?Mt'TvWrB
OThe BUYERS' GUIDa? fa
issued March and .Sept..
each year. It is an ency
clopecha af uaeful la for.
?nation for aji who par.
ohaee the luxuriea or the
neceaaltiet of life. We
can olothe 700 attd furniah you -with
all tha necessary and unaeoacaary
apptiancea to ride, walk, dance, sleep,
eat, flab., hunt, work, go to church.
or stay at home, and in ranon* ai sea,
atyles and quantltiea. Jaat figure oat
what la required to do all thea* thins*
COMFORTABLY, and yon can make a fair
eetimate of the value of the BUYJBBB*"
QUID****, which will be aent open
receipt of 10 cen ta to pay poatea**Y
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.
Ul-11* aaUehi*-an Avenue. CeTaicaso,Ii*.