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NEGRO RULi IN TiL SOUTH.
It Is One of the Darkest Chapters In tle
History of the World.
[Dallas, Te'xats, Newvs.]
WVhatovor the desires and purposes
of' President Hoossvolt may be rolat
tive to the black man and bis rights,
he mnlust retilizo that his views and
dosig;ns do not stand fully approvod
by lZopublican sonattor4. TIho app1oint.
mioint of i 1r. BIyries was tuiriod down
b ecaunso of the inslit isfactory rocord
of tle inan. In Ihe Cruti carto it
must have been diflerent. Befotc
nomninating; himl, thel p)residelnnt od
it a poiut to investigate his record.
Ile declited1 in nll open lt tier that
aiy woakness or defet ill the rec1 rdl
of Dr. Crm11n wo Iii 1 cnidet nhrlI
and hol against him,11 but] not his
color. It is ovillo t that d(istigiiisli
(td riiimbhlrs of t he patry a fritnot with
hiii in Is1 p)licy rttlit ing to t i Ia
p oillnin nit tf Negirottm to, public of
Th'Iis fact wa"uts Irtllght out by see
rty. iain1Lt In hi"\t\ Nel Y fr sptechI
-- at retlnrltblr ,pi' th in its waty.
I. I(ou t iconcededI I It 1 ht h o ti tuiIt
4t Ilal itnlll'IItuhI'Inl ,1iI tIll' h i ! l 'aw ln
Itt'ed for tIhI' lit IIIw' If rating ite
hl l'lr ,t' tt' Ilil' \ ''T,r 1 i t Ill t ' ne ' lthi
tl prol'tillng ( iin i ni ith I'jll.y 1nttl
hatvei flih' Al'i I1-1"w, thirlt y 1 11
Ir1 4 \ ' i r fterIll "I "t ir ' t -n nt, tl ht
w t';rt liit 11st t t'\' ( t411 r\ \ i S ittca
l ' Ipl t i1114 'f lilt , pl it itn. T'htt
ii ' 4 1 1.1 I . t11' ,' 'tI, I I 'ftl 1 1 L,t i1t1
l ilan j anuaa tl ieno fl' It' itlt<iinit fttl
tI' ' ha ng.'", [hilt4 ju>'if I nI ,, Ih
policy ldi,l t 'onll, of thit pa,'trty' to
wil'1h t bIIty b,lnI' Tle h r I' t hiet,
N I'~ro1I'" Inilurl l' ".)11' i1 t hie" t\"" oi
jouI Iy. Thl-4 ltI b ,I II Ii' I4( t inoI t Ii n
t, rtpI It :uiIII l e 1 1 re t I.In of I hlt
IIII!II. r Iat fbT h 1un1 11,t, 1lXt!a . int lill
IiI,t phIw1"t, it . t 1 4'1 I a reco 4o il fact I hat
tltt al iittl1' ll ,ht 1 1l l rl rit i )Iit eill
rigt)I ,01l pon il N1';rn't- wttn.tt ri-verti t
tgmithI I l tlt ad ,pt, byV thrlltel for11I h 11ti
of t t' he ltlt .s i, a Itih c'~I t lit i u i t t
<fnires. They0\ we"lrt' Il fact for','tl
lli4tll til' IIlllit 1\ t1 IIII Inl Iit0 \
io we'\t(r I it llg in't 1 w,, \ill tof I hlt
i t~,t'i' I't 1 itt . ilt ,.I r lI' l 1it.I.
Itry raddtl:
"I,Ill, n itII\\'Ithf tltel.it, thi, frct,
tet Nonji oia h N netrw.
right to vot, during a port$il . f hie
itioiilt ad t r io f .t 11rew I Wlas,
lantl s Ill il g tI Il ItI i tillii r i. ;r ,
WaInilthishfo fuprid ,e,uritis
a44~ ' '4,,' e op ot nt os ,, ni
were sold to carpet -baggers at one
third their value and the money re.
coived divi:1ed among the Negro leg
islators. In two years there was not
i public choolu line open in th1e
whole stato The same story . might
bo told of every stato in which the so
called dliHfranchlisHbemont hast takenol
place. In Mississippi t3,-100,000 acres
of land wis confiHCated because the
owners wore unable to pay tho heavy
taxts 1evied upon them, ard whole
salo cotLfiscation took place in all the
statt's. 'T'he land so confiscated was
largely given to the Negroes. In
short , t hioro wa a reign of terror in
the south and the miscreants wore
snpported ill every town and village
by Uniteul States troops, many of
whoin woro Negroes themselves, and
lent willing airl in hurniliating, rob
ling and insulting their former iuas
ters. 'ho local governnents or citios,
I'wni and counties woro as corrupt
Itntlor Negro rule a1s lie Htato govern - I
mon11t. I'It tlndr andt) bara'irism were
every %'here.
"Ii I877 Prosident 1 layes witli
threw t he alrniy fromii the Hotit h, at(l as
the 8oldiors tirned their backs the
N tgro governlents iiolt.il away nti
tisnpotpeared. Un81pported by the
bayonit they did not exist omi day.
J11ust Ho soon as the white 11a11n again
g 't cont rol the sont h begin to r'\vivt'
fr:lr ailn aiflliction far mtuort' tstly 1111t11
tht' vivil waril hattl bf-on. \\'111th hals
incrreasK'd nmtl t' ownt'rs of that
vitht h have no mind to 't'rInlit its
sH'ilitttion hy atit(,th<r periodI of \+
Of i">nrse, (luring tle t hiirty yrs
whib iIv\t' 1)it'tI Sint'r lte rtt'orn
si riet ioll jrio(1 rntltetil tlie Negro lilts
leromtn' h etter ttnnlilied for self gov
erltnlenit aid lint use of th ballots.
'I'io wiit+ tax ay ers h1ave (lone inOst
t il i in h is. W1tbile t his is true.
as liookt'r \\'shington uiays: '''he
bt'nething of the Negro, in various
witys, for t he lst t wenty years, hits
tt'nmlt'ti to.I ionli to arra him
ug iiLst til' wllitt'l brother rather Italn
to put lthe rac'ts in co.opertlionu with
t'nt(h ot ht'r. .\r'k' t han 'nct' I have
not iret'l ti .t vht'n I lie whites wert' inl
favor of prohibit itll tho blacks, led
v by solbt'r, u'righit ministers,
v'olt' l aintiist pr'ohibitior siiply bte.
anll lia ' t whites wrt' i:. ivor of it.
If tho wvhitt's vot' to lay a tax to
hI+t1l I a 's h,t"' heoll-t it Is v. Signal
Duffy's Pure I
M1 .DICINiC FOR
LOOK ORt TIt II tAD1i
Cures Con
1Ih'ar 1 - Sr After 'rading your t a vt'r
Iu Itoghlt it hot li1' of yourii whisktey
I t'ln. (i-t i feeO l like{ a niewI uin. I thiiik
1 iS n1 atihtueit ill ('hitiago. I wulhv
11' ). s lt t'llAtill'i JI. t's I lalrk't St .
I) evr Colo., Aug. 18, 190;t
Stepped hltemor'rhages.
Nashuaz ('ity. N. it.. Set' . Ii, 190t:L.
tlutt1 I wtr'ite0 to in foiriu you thait I tiavt
Whiskey,o' I woul riot have~ been her tor-(
dialy onily forI your' Oitt wodefu ei cine. t I
I ilu i n ,n t wh'leh have teft lil' witi a
I it''i lighi and weaki hieart, i om h; yearstl'
S tld. Ii a ti n ed up0( linyll systemtl anid
MlPP' d litheI heniorrha'gits an lit touhbut
ver btith i'~ nily regreit tat idno
('u(of your wh~iskey1 before. lIN fcannt
'll s ht II 111it ' a i done for nn'. IIbe
toremi,ouSoldpec Atu Aly
Qolis S . I. C aNTN
-it." The whito people of the south
know all t he disgracoful facts. They
endure<l t no tIorciles Con(it io)s 1im1
pos<ld up>on them during lte rocon
at ruc't ion period andl(] understatnd the
Ne>gro as they havo always undor
stood liii. In apite of the burdolls
and disgraco left upon the southern
people by ignorant and corrupt Ne
groes in public ojiices, in spito of the
Negro's unchang1ed disposition to op.
pose his white neighbor in all politi
cal contests, and ill spite of the fact
it any . influontial blacks are still
corrupt and vicious to a degroo,
the sensible white loan of the sou-h
ha never boon dlispos(ed to con
d0emin the black rnun for the misu
takes that have boon mado or
for the groat wrong that. has been
conmmitto<l. 'l'ho at tor hts boon
it tool inl 1t0 h llds of meanor
1110n th1an1 hI. llo was naturally
<isposed ia a free iuan to stand out
against tih( niastor who recently held
him I I sllvo. li inoral sense was
bluntd byl by lt now miastor froiun the
ilo 1-111 w loh iii lallytit i iistn ites, }iid
inl hiim no nlot'al sonse at all.
The Negro was found ignorant ill(
h(,l(pless. li wIts muisoleil '( m18is
neisl. The ino intelligent Negro
of toihay Itows this to lie trne. It
lits collie hotllo t t teli at last that,
hiving lost .he o wro to elect to
o t)htlt Vlit'es It\1llittIltI \yho lllat(t\ [tille11
if t 1'i t i ll V II l' 1 t iolige1' carett for
lb' 1e til11 iluti(lIt-tI self-seliters \Io
tltngllht 1ter to tls list, their white
nt'Ighbttlr, faill it lI\1' rtlti sins[tir ( ul-.
I tst. l liI6 1l,ilci ll 111r1 ,\, to
wIli('h Se'r nrr\ i lit belongs, halts
t'et gulity t.f lWna y -ill.. Most of
11'lli alt' 115 \1V'iito aI \oot) l 1llet (tl -
it r tt it) t1 h ,(I rt \'s l rt ' rtl tif s ttrlt
tlll t l li l tl tillti r y et s lc ' t I h
(li.e es. Il' s Iltilt'1 ine et t it, e cit'r
tay l iot Ill tho, antil s of Ioh r.
Of tIl' nlortll ttr, jtlst hl i l'. tI I t
ri i/t' tl' iruth, so iet,11 ti l lt
to initelligyent s:thebtrnt peosle , ltat
lil \og -ro lilts [1well y'itti l,tlcl t' V
by' tht' niiitakies ati l t'rinlo Of fo l
his fritellts.
( a yourl t'llt"- ate' :tt d !mrn at
t)i;blt? I ha e t e i -,
liftinli teYtai Ian F.Kn
c iall tit th e Ill,' t ll ! t : . "\t 1; !
Mtlrtal:ts(. Ihi
fir the bet'St 11'01o ' hIt i ll tlll t\' an 1.
van (ilt you. i (i t,1 1t" .tlt
( \'?tali ne l ..,. n a a
t ial tld ) hai It N d. tr'it't o e11w
i'c to ill. i ;l Y )11): . I:, i
Ihua f Wh l Iiiskey
lK ON lTiltlamx n TTa iL aiml't ,a
s u mpi'll, '~t ii Iiii io ni~a mi
Di \ seysais.lrh mhaebn
fahhful 1111 i tliiin:t iS Ive since. Is have uIsi
Weak
People
It's not what we eat, but what
we digest that makes strength.
The trouble with most weak
people is, they can neither eat nor
digest good food.
Such people can't work success
fully. It takes fuel to make steam,
and it takes food to make strength.
A young fellow came in the
store the other day. He was
white and thin. " I'm afraid I'll
have to give ulp my job," said he.
? I'm tired before the day is half
gone. I seem to be losing strength
all the time."
The clerk said: "Fred, I know
something that will help you. It's
Vinol. The boss has got hold of
a way to prepare cod liver oil so it
tastes all right. He calls it Vinol.
There is iron in it, and it's just the
stuff for fellows like you. It'll
give you an appetite. It won't
hurt you anyway. Lots of folks
round here are taking it, and they
tell their friends, and they come
and get it. If it don't help you,
come back and get your money."
We endorse what the clerk said.
We wouldn't have put time, money
and reputation into Vinol, if we
hadn't known it was different from
the general rum of medicines.
About ninety-eight out of one
hundred run down people, weak
mothers, pale children, and old
people find it helps them.
W.EPelhamii
DR UCCISTS.
-T H E
(, s I'.\ i.ISII 1N IS -, i.)
Capital - - - - - $150,000.00
Surt'plus and Pro11ts - 96,865.88
ncil'trai b'an : 1 mlines:-; st'ansat.ed
ttt} th prompinot1( S- cit''al at;t'entionl ttl
l'et hms'it1 . ('o''rrsponlltienc Kolikited
Savings Dep- rtment.
I)t t-t- aitwdtl .ntrest at the rate
tf 1 Ilk I'r Celt p101r anum1 i fromi*1 date of
0d 10 .. Interi : aval .1 ua ryiiv 1st
11i )l\ I T t (if -at"} \t'a '.
NI. A. (.\x t.tst.:. l'rest.
S IrN.\N. I'a<hier.
- 1.\i .\MtNS. :\M ("r
VIA
ILLINOIS CENTRAL
RAILROAD.
VERY LOW RATES
I TO THE
IWEST, NORTHWEST
I AND
I CALIFORN IA.
COMMENeING FEBRIUARIY 15.
ENDING APHIL 30.
FrCai Cal s Union Depots.
FRED D2. MILLER,
'RLACWDRAUJGHT
THE ORIGINAL
IVER MEDICINE
C \ I lo'v ron pItexion, dizz.iness,
*e is a tes. to -h ved
. 1 'ubb Sivere at hey", aire,
Jr waring by~pa Iin,
a 'I nd kidlney troubles,
i on o| , ain ful att dIle start, are
I aI k d 'I t. nieer fails to benme
lit Ii i .1 I vr malt weatkenied kid
nei hsrs up~ tIhe torpidl liver
to thro oittl Ite iterms of fever andc
a*e It i a cirtai p lreventive
ttf rlhera andl Irighdt's dlisease' of
h i' kit hit'ys. \\ ith kidnieysre
nifocedh.s hedord's I)Iac..
I ra ittht IliSihsmal of personsx have
Iu l. illlitit in thle midst of yel
lo lt .\lanyv faitilig.s live im
dotnta Thilfo's 'xilack
- i Irn'iht. It iahvaut&.' ni hnd for'
Ii ergen'cy~1 aind saves
ntn t*N"tI'i e ' tlis otf a doctor.
llins, S. C., Mairchm D0, 1901.
. have un ;hi ledford's BIlack-)raughmt
icr threce yenr .mdi I have not had tog~o
to .i doctor since I have been taking It.
It is the best mledIicine for me thiat Is
oni the market for lvei- and kidney
troubles and& dlyspepsia and other
Omlplaints. Rev. A. 0. .EW IS.
PAlILESS opiumii, lamtianumi
caine or whilskey, a
01111largo louok of pr
U EE EWEtliulars on home or
mnaritm tdreat-I
AND M.oo drOOIL&.
Whiskey Cure ervtr
CURE2F
CONSTIPA ION.
INDIGEST ION.
ROusds THE TORP2 I.Vel
SOL I; T LL 2RUGGIITS
GILDER & WEEKS.
SEABI
AIR LINE
NORTH -- SOUTH
Two Daily Pullman V<
Between SOUTH a
FRST-CLASS DIN
The Best Rates and Rc
Via Richmond and
Norfolk and Stear
Nashville, Mempi
Louis, Chicago, NE
Points South and Sout
and Jacksonville an<
and Cuba.
POSITIVELY THE SHOI
NORTH Al\
Atw--For detailed informatio
man reservations, etc., app
board Air Line Railway, o:
Passenger Agent, Columbi:
C. B. WALWORTII, A
SA VAN la
Us]
-i
THE VEOE
SUPERIOR IN QUA
TO ALL
ke
Address SOUTH
~~isAVANNAH, GA, THE C
THlE SOUTH-E
The Groat Highway of
T HRO4UG H TH E SO
&vtSedint Service Quick '2
Any Trip Is a Pleasu
Travel vie TH F. S OU
The Finest Dining-Car
for detailed inforrnation as to Ticii
vations addss. the nearest Ag4en
W. A. TURit. S. H. HAR
WA5IISNGTON4. D. C. WAUflZNGT
cORST U .l
Floridc -
A passengr .en:
and comfort, equipped1
Dnn,Sleeping L. 'd 'l
For rates, .Sc heduI
tion, write to
WM.
DROPSY
10 DAYS' TREATMENT FREE.
f ~Iavo mado Droppy ad its oom
Mr atio~ a pooialty for tweiat
8s 05K.lave curol many to u
' tsDR. H. U. REEU'8 DONa,
ti Box i F Etlanta Ia.
DARD
-- RAILWAY.
-- EAST -- ,WEST.
stibuled Limited Trains
nd NEW YORK.
ING CAR SERVICE.
ute to all Eastern Cities
Washington, or via
zers.--To Atlanta,
uis, Louisville, St.
,w Orleans, and All
west-To Savannah
I all points in Florida
;nEST LINE BETWEEN
WD SOUTH.
i, rates, schedules, Pull
ly to any agent of The Sea
J. J. Puller, Traveling
,S. C.
sst.ienl.Pass. Agt.,
[AH, GA.
LARD
- I.
rAl FAT
LrTY AND PURITY
OTH F:RS
ERN COTTON OTC T
AROLINAS AND GO!
RN RAILWAY
'I RA DE and TRAvL
UTHERN STATES.
'ime Convenient Juhedules
re Trip to thorse who
FHERN RAILWAY.
Service in the World.
ots. Rates and Sleeping-Car reser
of THE SOUTH ERN RAILWAY.
'WICK. W. If. TATOE.
~TKC SjT 1LiL
>UGHFA- ofl({VFLb
*C u be.
wl the latest P..
'horoughfrIe Car..
Pillaps or ainy informr:.
J. CRAIG,
Genierat Passenger Agent,
WViIeingn,i,N.. .
BLUE RIDGE RAILR D
H. 0. BEA'k TIE, Receiver.
In Effoot June 8 .1902.
Betwoen Anderson arhd W ,alanila.
EAsTBOUN1' WR -BOU' J
ARIRIVE. LEAVE.
Mixed. Mixed
No. 9. No. 12 Statione. No. I No. 9
P.M. A. I-.. ., A.M
3 10 9 65...............f lton.t......... 320 10 60
2 48 933........Anderson F. D......... 840 1110
2 45 980........ a ndorson P. D........ 8 46 I 16
9 25........West A udrson. 3 49.........
. 09...............Denver.............. 869 ...
................Autun .......... 4 05 ........
........ 8 55 .........Pendleton ........... 4 11
847. ........ Cherry.............,. 4 18
8..........Adams ........421
- 28 .Jo.eania Junet..... 4 33
----- >.......-.......Monteua.. ........... 4 851...
.............west uion .609 ..
8 OU.-:----:.... W alhalla ......'.'..'.'..' 6 09 .,..
All roginlai rilusfr'ott ul~euoli -o Walihala,
bavo >rece'donco over trains of a ino class
n owing int thei Of osite drootton tanless oth
otwlsoi Kpetlil by tranjg order.
Waill ) o s)to ) It the following stations to
atitn on and lot oil asongolrs: Phinney's
u 111108 and Siand y 13trings.
J. N. ,NDIC1t Superintendent
h>arlestou @gicsteruarling Rwy Co,
&ugusta and Ashevillo Short Line.
Shodule In Effect July 0, 1002.
l.aavu Augusta..............Jo 10 a m 2 56 p in
Arrive GOreenwood...........12 44 p in
Andorson.......... ...........
Laurony................. 1 46 p in 10 30 a m
Waterloo tIH. 8.)... 1 12 p m
Greonville............12 22 p in " 311.
0101nn 8Springs...... 4 45 p in ....,
Spartanburg......q. 3 30 p tn Y 0( a
Saluda.................... 5 33 in
S-Hnlorsonville..... 6 03 p in
AshoVilo............... 7 15 p m
Lonvo.Ashovi1ll............... 6P in
Spartanburg .........12 01i a in 3(0p i
Glonn Springs......10 00 a in
G( renvill. ......12 15 pim 14 p in
Lau3.rens ........... 2 05 p in 6 8sop in
Arrive Waterlo (f.13.. 2 33 p in
Greenwood. 2*.. .51pm 746p
Leavo Andorson -.... 7 25 pm
Augusta ..'---'------...
-.. 6 2p m 11 85 a n
tUavo ('oluiii ~...11 20 i...
Newborry 12 2 pin
Cliuton". 12 42 pm
Arrive Greenvill'.""".'.-- 8 25 pm
8partanbiarg........ 8 25 p
(4t_nn Springs---- -00 pm
Leavu (leinn Spi(ngs...... 1000am
Spartrnburg...."-- 1201 m
G:rcenvill-- 1201 pin
Arrly, Clinton ....22 p
N t w berry......--- 8 06 Pm
Colu 1.i .--.- 4 30 pi
Fasul l 3lIehst 1,111no it v n Nowo
iii t4roi villet. S, artanhburg and G1Ci ntl
Springs:
l't,mneclio' s froin Nowbe ry ia t'olumbla
Neu bI'iry u.ntl L.r111uns I(atlway.
For )alty 1fo'u tttton, wr.to.
1RI.:NH: I w' Ii IAMS, tlor. 1'awv. Agt.
, ,. Auvusta, da.
1Wch 3 Nw rIif & lai: rcs,e
(IC .sttrn StatnIard '1 In 0.)
Sou ihb ound. North;bound.
ehyt'htlue In IR'ucl Aisuet, 26th 1902.
8 40 (ill Iv ;tIlanta (s.A.[) Ar. 8 60 pm
10 0 tu1 A ihons 0 19 pm
I1 85 ain lClborton 5 17 pm
12 p3m Abboville 4 05 pm1
I 22 N33 (reoenwood1 3 35 pm
2 Ipti Ar Clinton ()in'r) Lav. 2 45 pm
(O.&w.0.)
1 00 am l,v (4l0n1n Springs Ar 4 00 pim
12 1 pn Sparlranburg 3 30 pin
12 2 pai Greenvillo 3 26 pin
(htarris Springs)
1 12 )m1 Waterloo 2 85 pm
1 4[ .in n r Laurens (Din'r) Lv 2 17 pmn
53 62
P.M. PM.
202 l,v Laurens Ar 160
2 Gil " Parks Ar 1 42
2 22 ..Clnton.. 1 30
2 3. (4oldville 1 17
2 43 .. Kinard.. 1 10
2-19 ..Gary... 1 05
251 ..Jalapa.. 1 00
310 Newberry 12 46
321 Prosperity 1232
333 ....Slighs.... 12 23
:339 Lt Mountain 12 19
A M.
3 61 ...Chapin... 12 09
.57 Hilton 1202
.101 White Itock 11 59
1 -7 Ilallon tine 11 64 4
4 17 ...... rmo..... 11 46
4121 ..Leaphart 11 40
4 i5 ArUolumnblaLv 11 20
33(0 am13
I 55 LvColni-.bla (A .C.1,.)Ar 11 10
Ii 20 stumnter 9 60
912(0 A r Chiarloston Lv 7 00
Tratus133 53 antid 52 arrIve asd depat fo~i
TraIns 22 anti iii from A. U. L. freight depot,
w est Gervals t rCt,
F.or 1Ra31s, TI mo Tables, or further informia
33031 call on al.y Agent, or wvrite to
w. I. CI LDM, T. M. lEMERSON,
1Presitent. Trxaffc of1 an o
so3 . A at. (4oan'l 'rt. & PaRS Agt.
- ois, "-e ft- C- WV4mnigton. Nr'
CURSE
OF
CURINK
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY
No t aste. No odor. Can be given in
glass. of water, tea, or coffee without
pa.tient's knowledge.
White Ribbion Remledly wvilI cure? or
dlestroy the dliseased appetite for alco
hlohi stimuilants, whether' the patient is
a. conhriimed inebr)1iate, a "tLi ppler,"' so..
eUal drinfker' or drulinkard. Im possible
cor anyone to have ani appetite for alc
hohe hiuor's after using White Ribbon
Remed(y.
l(Inoredl by Membler's of W. C. TI. UJ.
Mrs. Moore, pres~s superintenldent of
Woman's Christian Tlemfper'ance Union,
Ventura, California, writes: "'I have
testedl White Ribbon Remedy on very
obstmaIIte drunllkards, andi the cures5 hav'e
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