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Five Minute Chats
on Our Presidents
By JAMES MORGAN
(Copyright. 1920, by James Morgan.)
1828-Andrew Jackson elected
1829--!naugurated. seventh pres
Ident, aged 61.
1832-Vetoed bank bill suppress
Ing nullfications. Re-elect
1883.-Removed the bank depos
1834-5--Brought France to terms.
1845--June 8, death of Jackson,
JACKSON'S administration stands
forth in the half-century between
Jefferson and Linegin because of two
rneasures. One of these was the over
throw of the United States bank.
That great institution, patterned
after the Bank of England and the
Bank of France, was an effielent but
dangerous partner for a democratic I
government. It was a money monop
oly which could imalce or )reak any
enterpriso in the country: it held in
Its grasp the Uancial life of Amer
lea ; it receIved and distributed aill the
revenues of tie fnation and half of
its deposits Nwere opbllc moneys; but,
with only a fifth of its directors ap.
pointed lby the governlimnenl, It was
not unider public control.
Wl(en Jalckonm l.an his auduiclious
fight upon the ibainkc, it was at the
helight of its power. Agminst heavy
odds, he vetoed Ihe 1hIl for reaelurter
!n: it ; took his ense to the poop!' in
his camimpaign for re-electiol, ind
scored a complet v cty. 01n tle
stronl-fth of that popuIlar vorllet he
reimvoved th' govelnmienIt depoits I
anr1 !,ft the bank to a slow and igno
For this actl'In the F-e lto c ensured
htim. Af ter a bitter fi'- in whichl
Andrew Jackson in Old Age.
Jackson's one-time antagonist, Thomas
H. itenton, now a senator from Mis
situri, was his clam pon, the resolu
tionu waIs expunged by drawing about
it in the recordis a heavy black line.
Jackson was equally hold and i
torious in meeting the threat of null I
flaation, although it came from his
own section, from his own party and
from his own yice president, John C.
Calhoun. Shortly before his inaugu
ration congress passed the first tartT
that was tramned for the benefit of
the new manufaeturing indlustries
which were springing up in New
England. This bestowal of a special
privilege aroused the jealousy of the
At a Democratic hianquet in Wash
ington in 1830O, Prqsident Jackson
rose and proposed this toast: "For
Federal Union ; it must he pre
served." Then Vice President Cal
houn got up and toasted the rights
of the states. Thus the two highest
officials of the government joined
issue across that dinner table on a
question which great' armies would
fight out in another generation.
Two years afterward a convention
in South Carolina solemnly adopted
on ordinance nullifying the tariff act
for that state and forbidding within
the boundaries of the state the col
lection of customs duties under it.
While recommending to congress a
modification of the offending' tariff,
Jackson appeftled to the patriotism of
the South Carohinons ini a proclama
tion which set all the North and mauch
of the South ringing wIth cheers; or
dered General Scott to the scene of
threatened trouble; re-enforced the
forts of the dissatisfied state; dis
patched a naval fleet to Charleston
harbor, and only waited for the first
overt act of revolt to give him war
rant for arresting Calhoun and the
other leaders. But the nullifiers nul
fled their nullification, leaving the ree
ohute- and patriotic president riding a
high tide of popular favor.
Jackson's pre-eminent service to the
country was rendered in his battle
with nullification. "The tariff was
only the pretext," he said, "disunion
and a southern confederacy the real
object. The next pretext wilt be the
negro." Thanks to him, that irre
p'ressitle conflict had beeni postponed
25 yta:., until a great West should
grow v~p and join hatids with the
Easi in smeing the Uinin.
COSTS CHILD'S LIFE
Driver Fails to Stop After Hitting
Bicycle. Man Also Run Down in
Greenville, June 12.-J. C. Finley,
Jr., nine year old son of J. C. Fin
ley of this city, was almost instant
ly killed here early this evening when
he was struck by an automobile, which
failed to stop when the accident oc
cured. Joe Donahoo, 16 year old
youth, driver of the car, was placed
under arrest tonight after several
Greenville, June 12.-J. C. Finley,
Jr., nine year old son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Finley, was almost instant
ly killed this afternoon when struck
by an automobile. The small boy was
riding his bicycle on Butler avenue
when an automible, being driven at a
high rate of speed on the wrong side
of the street, struck him. The driver
did not stop, and all efforts to ap
prehend the guilty party or partiesl
have so far been unavailing. An in
quest will be conducted tomorrow.
The impact of the machine was so
great that the radiator of th- auto
mobile Was puictured and poliecien
and citizens trailed the car several
blocks by the trail of leakinx water.
The police are also loo1k i for an
unidentified driver. who Inst iit ran
down .1. Walter He1'rry, 59 years old,
a. he" wt in lthe act of g1ttinl in a
_treet car. The d river, in tiiis
stance, also did not Stop.
l erry's riehlt le- as broIn,:a
as luera t i~ oon the neaip and vr.
otlierwise badlyibrued up. ie w:>
iu.hedi to th hi 'i'.al where his can..
(Iiriln is said to ie v-ry S(iOUS.
NIr.lDeny was frL sipecin..
(;f Greenville, but le:ed a yeur or
?labithet Crt 'rraion Ca':r.d
TIN,' Ljne i t r 1.
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CronsL tihn k elv ; oIr;ty bu:
t huldbe onrettultlyf i 1 *o 21 d w
to indu-o'e renuir neion. It Stimn.:ates und
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