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the disease from those who haid it before them. They earn to issociate color and condi $n as5 objects of common aversion'; Sthu it has come to passe that pie)a is a very general char ,,r white Americans, espe at the South, and too much the ŽNortli. It is simply a contemptible, and anti-demo ,rinuciple of educated caste, ~ ln color as the sign of T TIins is the whole diffi th Senator Saulsbury; and ably now too old to get If he had been taught in to treat colored people in ings, by right of Nature to deal with them as L, har with them in the burden, and privileges of ~ anX civil life, he would not 1. his own humanity, jaail' the otlice lie fills, with a rigmarole of senseless froth. I so happens that in the charter tur' eolored men have just as r:eht a, white men, and hold _o a tdrivation and sanction v ,Isinc and sacred. Let fact he accepted as a fun :aI truth, siil practically ac _ d ,d and all other questions ;wen the two races, will by a fore. take care of them (olored people and white wi1l thin stand upon their . and merits as human Sach class having the same -t successfully to run the Equality of privileges being granted to the then, if one can run bet the other, so be it. There j ction to the fact, if fact it Thire is no just ground of juit because the fastest run wit Ole race. Those who have nost brains can do the best ing, and s-cure to themselves kantaies. Justice does not de 1i equtality of condition and :cnt where there is an in of natural powers ; but it Sltluind tuat all men should fair chance to use the powers icii they arj invested. Color, r black or white, is but an et of humanity, and hence .on of its elementary rights. S. nator Saulsbury shall have 0tn n overy, and shaped l u ral sIfti its to its require as Ix pr bably will not in Soni 1, he will be thoroughly 4 his recent speech in the of the United States. t: I. gh Senator Saulsbury's tniiy thereby suffer "the Sn.ation of a negro grave," 1" t Senator Sumner's Civil `ill become law.-Inde 'IPRELIE lI oRT DECISION. Civil Rights. Lo it Ssuriinet vs. Walker. 2k ase of Sauvinet vs. Walk ':kd fromthe Eighth District 2the' Supreme Court through Taliaterro has delivered the -I ci action brought under ;rtl Mection of the act of the in approved February 24, Thtle "An act to provide for * t ' effect the one hundred * I. n 11 article of the Con tf the Staite." I tif alleges that on Janur 1. in company with two of I Ie c illed at the coffee tie I. fendant. and asked ii< 'inttendance to be fur th i rfreshments,kept and itt defendant, a duly licen * -''i- keeper; that he of ith tus iual and customaa y .hircfreshmnents, and con -.Il f in an orderly arid res iser. That notwith inruomodatious asked * ''d inl lie was ordered~ 'lIse. That this refas-' t mont, roo from no orreaiSo: than that Ii I i- a :ian of color ti tnt not to be fur 'Iti' aceommotlations I " t :,tablislhment, to 1 !;iintiff avers that .htyt thus wantonly t Li, li., feelings have been :ti Ied and for the illegal arrit 'le act of the de " I-entity prays damatg.s tris a guneral denial.* * was tried before aju, le diareet and a i'li'ldered. The court on 1)11ULlr1 the provisions of ! act 23 of the statuesoi 187]1. rend ered a judgment of $1000 in favorof the plaintiff and the dededant ap pealed There are numerous bills of ex ceptions found in the record, but their examination is not important in determining this case. Six of them relate to the formation of, and the judge's charge to the jury; the other two relate to the admis sion of testimony, and are not im portant. There was no evidence introduced on the part of the de fendant. All the material allegations of the plaintif, we consider, are fully es tablished. The plaintiff is shown to be a man of character and re spectability; that he has frequently held public offices, and that he is now, and was at the time he was refused refreshments, in defendant's coffeehouse saloon, Civil Sheriff of the parish of Orleans. It is clear that the refusal of the accommodations asked for was made solely on the ground that the plain tiff is a man of color. The defend ant has therefore incurred the pen alty of the act of 1869 (Acts of 1869, p. 37). We think the judgment is therefore correct. From this opinion Justices Wiley and Howe dissented, on the grounds that the damages were excessive. Justice Wiley remarked: "The question of damages with the District Judge seemed to have depended upon the color of the plaintiff; I think there should be no distinction. 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