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TUB NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEJTBSX 4, 1153.
r& j I your credit is good I !!' CLOTHING '.a l(E'EK i i i GREAT DEBATE. (Continued from Page 1.) the Slav, the Dago, the Turk, the wan dering Jew and Arabian of the desert; but over every democratic door the lines are written In Greek and He brew: "No Negro allowed." Then, in by which Negro men are deprived of the right to vote, hold office, and en joy the protection of the law, aa other American citizens. Following close upon Mr. Johnson came Mr. It. L. Mayfield: BAffi DIRECTORY, There are UUrty-scven Xesro banks and institutions doiu?a banking bus- In reDlvine. Mayfield stated that the Iness in tue United btatts. Iney are 1U I - - , . . n.J. i. il.. . i 4 ...1 - .1... trr! W liV Xfrm the name of manhood, In the name of Negro owea no aeDi or grauiuae io iu ewnea ana opentuu Y " " , ' t r.' reason, in the name of all that is Just uepuuucau party ui uruaj, 4M roi-s B , T 11. i h Viih and holy, in the name of the lmmor- party had put forth all efforts to . get several states, principally in the uin. laio. wuu gave lueir uvea uu a iuuu- - - - . . , ' tiIAm ir V sand battlefields and painted streams rid of the Negro, and plainly showed mation concerning ome r tueai are ! ot whiteness with their blood for free- that if it were possible it would be given below. 01-CEXT SAY1MS BASK, i V T T y flom. can anv Neero Drove a traitor glad to get along without the Negro to the party created to give him free- vote. He denounced in vigorous Ian- dom and enfranchisement, support the guage the attitude of the Republican National Democratic ticket? party .towards the Negro, and declared The Democratic party Is a party of that the unwise vote of the Negro in slavery. The eloquent but misguided had made the present political condl- Toombs proclaimed that he should one tion of the Negro possible. day stand upon the hallowed spot m. . . m. i 1.1 a v r i a. ii n u uuu i.uo uaiiuncu J We have iust opened our nw store at 407 Union Street, and V whom Crisnns Attnrks fell at the tice and fairness displayed by Gov. r ( j foot of Bunker's Hill and sell slaves Patterson, and compared his attitude I invite you to can ana inspect one ui uic laroi iw musi up- j t0 tne highest bidder. He failed in witn mat oi local nepuoucan ieuerm h a hones and aanirfttlnns. hut fcli unl omcenoiaers wno reiuseu 10 even Incorporated Under the Lawsol Tennessee. CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00. TVm a regular banking business. Inter. He paid a high tribute to the Jus- est paid on all time deposits. Only insti- tuuon ot its K.inu in icuuci A . i - l . 1 rCATI PI II HMl. cvii inri Tirrvtvion oxrt A. . . . . . . k.n t ...lit. XTrt ! KraaKSiocssoirnuu ia " wik" v ! it incarnated in Hoke Smith rode into nom coniert-ntta wuu w:6ira u- .X. . . r X. office, his Dathwav llehted with nvres lltlcal matters. Every reference to Y snown m INisnviue. xou noioicr uavc any cuac iuiulws. y upon which were heaped innocent Ne- JL shabby, for we will clothe you trom head to toot, and you I dispatches announce the " fact that the South to make some effort to re- R. H. BOYD. President. I. w. BOSTICK. Vice-President. J. C NAFIER, Cashier C N. LANGSTON, Teller. 411 Fourth Avenue, Xorth, NASHVILLE, TEXXESSEE. YOUR PROPlSE TO PAY IS AS GOOD AS CASH ? can pay while you wear them. There is no publicity or em barrassment in trading here. sc.' zz 4? & ! United Credit Clothing MEN'S SUITS $10 up to $25 MEN'S OVER COATS .... $12 u d to $20 MEN'S SHOES $3.50 and $5 BOYS' SUITS $8 up to $15 CHILDREN'S SUITS $2.50 up to $7 LADIES' SUITS $12 up to $30 LADIES' JACKETS $10 up to $23 LADIES' SKIRTS $4 up to $15 MISSES' SUITS $10 up to $15 LADIES' HATS $3.50 up to $15 LADIES' SHOES $2.50 and $3.50 Go. y 407 Union Street D III RRIVCC nnrrnv Y Dl 111 UIIMIft-W IllfallUgVI v t T t t t y y y y y f y y y y y y y y : THE PEOPLE'S LWESTMEST ASD hill Jl BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Capilal Stock, $10,000.00. helpless convicts indicted and convict- tain the Irlenasnvp oi tne souinern ed for gain to the merciless machine, white people, claiming in reply to his have been maimed and killed by a sys- opponent that the attitude of the Ne- tem of peonage not surpassed on Slbe- groea in constantly opposing the In- rian wilds. For both real and imag- terests of the Southern white people inary offenses, often gotten up on the were more responsible for Jim Crow at i l i . Innra n A A lartrlrv InotArtr Wl on cnfPQ nimsiesi rnarees, ie.nro men are "no umu."u.i,v,i t i . , . r.i thrown into prison, sold to merciless than anything else. In this regard he Doing a regular Dan king u"slu3a- contractors and sub-leased to others said: lections solicited. Depos itory tor tne where they are forced to make brick "The Negro has been a willing tool Great bouthern Industrial Home Insur without straw, where the lash Is laid marching under the banner of Itepub- ance Company, upon their backs and barbarities in- licanlsm, and as such has retarded the w L LAUDERDALE, President, fllcted upon small offenders until their commercial and material prosperity of DR-AR-r?,inimAN hicr groans reach up to heaven. the South, because he has aligned him- THOS. A. HARRiS.Tellerand Disfranchisement. self against the Southern white man, acting Cashier. Jackson put guns in the hands of who, of all men. should be retained as the Negro to fight for the white man's the Negro's friond. We ought to rWM TT "Oilr freedom, and when the victory was about race, any ourselves wun me IIlUIl OtlYlIlUO iiailJ. A r rvs t n n i t n r vniir n nun an. i Greenfield-Talbot-Finney-Battle Co. won thosR black breasts which Wprp dominant race in tne boutn, ana en bared to British bullets were again courage our people, both North and sheathed in slavish garb. South, to help make this year's battle The Republican party emancipated a victory for the Democratic ticket, the Negro, put the same government Iet us not array ourselves against our arms In his hands, led. him forth to friends, claBs against class, or race fln-f fnn fctn nvnn rrrr,rlrn n.J Ant, I BPalnst rflffi. whpn thfi intPl'PSt Of I u D PAWMPD M n Prpsidpnt. alongside the roll of honor, with other one is the interest of all. If we sup- j. oh. bowman. F.rsty.ce President Grand Army of the Republic heroes port the Democratic party we win De the sons of Ham have their names true to ourselves, to posterity, to our emblazoned on the annals as the sav- country, to the cause of freedom, and iors of their country. Remembering the cause of mankind. Too long lease the heroes whose victories saved the of power by a political party tend3 to nation, the Grand Old Party provides disrupt and undermine the foundation pensions for its soldiers, white and of our government. Let us have a black, and the Negroes who fought for change in party management, ana Dy so doing we will cnange our conaiuon here in the Southland for the better." After the debate was over the ludees went out, and while they were passing upon the merits of the two ar guments, the house listened to short their own freedom are cared for by our national government. The various Democratic States, too, provide a pension, but it Is not for poor Sambo, whose fidelity to his young master was one of the wonders VtCKSBlRG. MISS. Capital Stock, $10,000.00. Collections and Out-of-town Bus iness Solicited. THOS. DILLON, Second Vice President T. u. EWINU, JK., casnier. O. M. MclNTYRE, Assistant Cashier. BAH OF HOUND BAYOU. M0UM BAYOU, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00. JOHN W. FRANCIS, President. W. T. MONTGOMIRY, Vice PresUenU CHAS. BANKS, Cashier. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN FURNITURE, IY1ATTRESSES, SPRINGS, ETC. WE CAN AND DO of the world. Thousands of Negroes talks made by Dr. R. II. Eoyd, W. A. followed their masters, as servants, to Crosthwaite and Rev. S. E. Griggs, that war. Hundreds of thousands re- The judges then came forward and de mained at home and worked the fields clared that according to the points by day, guarded the home by night, and the argument produced they were and, with honor to the race, because ompelled to render their decision in R. M. McCARTY. CHAS. BANKS. J. W. FRANCIS. H. A. OODBOLD. , S. M. MORGAN. W. T. MONTGOMERY. C R. STRINGER. E. W. LAMPTON. B. H. CRESWELL. FURNITURE CHEAPER Than any House TNE South WHY? ' . . ' Because We Manufacture the FURNITURE we SeiJ. " From Forest to Fireside. " TELEPHONE WlrtlN 1006 or 1007. history has no record of a betrayal ot trust. But to these to these loyal when success meant perpetual enslave ment the Democratic party has never legislated one cent to these heroes In ebony; but upon the tax receipt of every sable son is a record of his con tribution still to the support of the men who fought for his enslavement. When ithe war was over It was the Republican party which forever put an end to slavery In this country, and all of its possessions by enacting the 13th Amendment to the Constitution. It was the Republican party which decreed in the 14th Amendment that no State should make or enforce any laws which should abridge any of the rights and privilege sof the negro, en joyed by any other citizen nor deny to the Negro the full protection of the laws fpvor cf Hon. A. N. Johnson. St. Luke Penny Savings Bank RICHMOND, Yl. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. New York and Foreign Drafts issued. Bankers' Money Orders payable in any part of the S. lor sale. Collections receive prompt attention. 3 Per Out. Paid on Time Deposits. MAGGIE L WALKER. EMMETT C. BURKE, President. Cashier. J- P. ROBINSON, President. S. A. JORDAN, Vice-President. C B. KING, Cashier. It was the 15th Amendment that fllPlTjUL T1TY SU'IMS 1MK iHitceu in ms nanas me Danoi, ana 209 Third Ave., Ilorth, UASIIVILLE. -TERN. rm tuaj. mm i iinr Ti 1 i in ui . nT ;i Mrs. Julia Ridley spent Sunday in Murfreesboro visiting her mother, Mrs. Robertson. Miss Mary Walker, of 410 Ninth ave nue, North, is indisposed this week. Mrs. Sarah Carter, of 701 Sixth ave nue, South, is spending her vacation with relatives in East Tennessee, Miss Martha Faulkner, of GOG Jo Johnston avenue, has returned from a visit to Peachvllle and Gallatin, Tenn. Mrs. Sallie Thompson, who has been visiting her husband in Chicago, has returned to the city. Mrs. Carrie M. Phillip, of 703 Sixth i avenue, South, was called to Memphis Mrs. Wm. II. Richardson, of 1207 last Tuesday night to attend the bed- Phillln street, has returned to the city side of her sister. after visiting Louisville, Indianapolis and Chicago. While In Chicago she was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank Brown. Mr. J. W. DeWees, linotype operator at the publishing house of the A. M. E. Church Sunday School Union, spent the week end in Hopkinsville, Ky. Mr. Moses McKissack will visit rela tives in Pulaski next Sunday. Mrs. J. Blaine Boyd and son, Rich ard H. Boyd, II., who have been spending the heated season at Hygia Springs, have returned to the city for the fall and winter. Mrs. Boyd Is domiciled in the Boyd dwelling house on Fourteenth avenue, North. Mrs. Alex. Goodwin was taken sud denly 111 last Tuesday and will have tft linrlereo an operation. She Is at the St Joseph Infirmary, Louisville, Ky Miss Tabitha Claybrooks is now connected with the A. M. E. Church S. S. Union. Miss Beatrice Hill, of 801 Ewing ave nue, attended the marriage of her cousin, Miss Sam Ella Webster, of Co lumbia, last Tuesday. Rev. A. P. Gray, of Mt. Pleasant, spent several days in the city the past week. Miss Minnie Kelly, who has been in the city for several months, left last Thursday for her home in Russellville, Ala. Misses Eugenia and Victoria James spent the day Thursday with their friend Miss Ethel Howard, of 1013 State street. Mrs. J. B. Batte, of Seventh avenue, South, is somewhat indisposed this week. made the Negro a ful-fledged Amer ican citizen a citizen of the Republic on equal civil footing with his late master, and opened the door of prefer ment, so that the Negro might scale the walls of fame. The Republican party came into existence and found the Negro at the auction block sold to the highest bidder, to be separated from mothers, wife, children, and all that was dear to him, to be carried away to suffer under the cruel lash. The Republican party found him, lib erated him. placed him in schools, opened legislative halls to him, led him to Congress, and not content until a Negro In the person of B. K. Bruce sat In the seat of Jefferson Davis, and, even though for a few moments, the presidential chair of the United States. Think of It, my friends, pause and think of the transition, and contem plate how you could be expected to stultify yourselves bv supporting the Democratic party. Would not the spir it of the departed Lincoln stalk abroad fVTkT A VAT K in the land? Would not the soul of lAUlAaiJljA, Frederick Douglas, who was stoned and tortured because he snoke aloud for your freedom, bleed 'n shame? And would not that black Joan-of-Arc Rolonrrer Trutlh. arise 'rom her grave and ask. "Is God dead?" The Republican narty nlacd upon the statutes the Civil -Service Laws which give to Necxo youth an eoual chance for service with any other race. The Republican party, in its plat forms, not. only pledge equal rights for t.o N'on-rn. vbfvp thft mrty controls In government, but It pledges an In- , vestlgatlon Into the nefarious methods LITTLE ROCK, At K, CAPITAL STOCK $ 25,000.00 SURPLUS 2,000.00 4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts. Real Estate, Life. Sick, Accident Fire Ensuronce. nda Write ua about our Bj-Btem of depositing by mall. We do for you all that a good bank can do. W. A. ATTW.AY, M. P., Pres. W. W. COX. Cashier. W. II. COATS. Vice Pres. M. D. BIRNTTT. Av. t C hl r. Delta Penny Savings Bank INCORPORATED OCT. 1904. CAPITAL $ 3.-,n00.OO BESOl'RCKS OVER $100,000.00 Docs a General Bankinc Business. Makes Leans on Approved Security. Fays Interest on Depos s. Collects Rent. Fays Taxes. Handles Real '-stale, Etc. Correspond with us. Your Business, however small, is solicited. We Pay Four percent Interest on Time Deposits. MISSISSIPPI. Savings Dank of Hie Grand Founta!:, United Order of True Reformer. Capital and Surplus .... $ 1S5.GCG.G0 Deposits 306,902.00 Loans and Discounts ... 444,732.03 Total business to date .. 18,028,800.0J Interest paid on deposits. "Tho Systematic Saving habit Is an anchor of safety to every man." Deposits so licited. V. L. TAYLOR, President. SOUEXT SAVINGS BANK ASD TRUST COMPANY. CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00. OFFICERS. H R. CHURCH, President. M. L CLAY. Vice President. I. W. SANFORD, 2nd Vice President W. E. MOLLISON, 3rd Vice President J. T. SETTLE, Attorney. ROBERT R. CHURCH, JR., Cashier. 829 Bealc St. , MEMPHIS, TENN. ALABAMA PEXH SAVINGS BASK. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00. W. R. Pettifohd, President B. H. Hudson, Cashier. J. O. Diffay, Vice President. P. F. Cr.ABK, Assistant Cashier. 217 North Eighteenth 8trt. the run mre bask. COLUMBUS, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00. Strict Attention Paid to Business. Col lections Solicited. I. MITCH E' L. President. H. E. KOutKlb. vice I'resiuent. J. M. COLEMAN. Cashier. G. A. LITTLEJOHN, Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS-Dr. T. V. Jones, J. M. Shumpert. E. S. Evans, O. H. Campbell. E. S. Jones. V. W Cox. Lincoln Savings Bank, YUKSBUKtJ, MLSSISSIITI. lullioriznl Ci!p:(;il, tiM.flliiM'ii. First moneyed Institution managed by colored men In M issis-sijij I. Constantly grosvit:, constantly d o I n u !od. 1 iocs a (,'encral Kankin-j luis'ncss. Stock far Sale, $3.00 pkr Share. W. K. M! l.ISttN. i'i, n,. U. T. I.ACKY.YIe. !,-, i..-tit. M. ,. AlOl.n: .-v t i. r. The People's ) i'iiii!2 for. k and Trust Ass::;-: it Ion. Stnuirto!, V. CAPITAL STOCK, $! 0.000.00. SliXF.rS $5 00 tAdi. Collections ami out-of-town l-us-ines3 solicited. IntiTi st paid on time deposit,-, SAM'L I 'nS.Y, Preletit. C. F. I'C'VTS. Vice Prcsidf"?. v; ' " ' 'ickson, I ; s'tier. Jr.. Ass't Cashier. i J AanviLLiV TESKESSEE