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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 15 September 1900

www tPri i 1 Pag 1 i ^B 1 1 0) r*t i* K^ y^MyB^^m^Wf^ DOINQS IN AND ABOUT GfcEAT "FLOUR CrfrY." Matters Social, Religious and G.ieeaC Which Have Happened and are to fiappe*. Among tha Paople of tha City on (h ITalla. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mcln tosh a girl mother and child doing tX well. Mrs. Mary Mitchell, of Deep Haven is the guest of Mr and Mrs Noan Stone. Miss Lottie Sellers, of Marshaltown Towa, is visiting her brother, Mr. John Sellers Mrs. W. A. Cooper, of Chicago, a Minneapolis visitor and is the guest of Miss Mary White. Hon. Frank Wheaton has return ed to the city and attended theCon ference Wednesday. Mrs Lillian Butts Franklin is in the city visiting friends and relations.* She arrived Tuesday morning. Mrs. P. G. Lewis, of Chicago, is the guests of her sister, Mrs W. W. Tuck er, of 2205 Fourth ave south. Mrs. Monroe, of Quincy, 111, is at tending conference and is the guest of her neice, Mrs. Luther Abbie. Mr. John Turner, of Madison, Wis, is attending conference. He...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 September 1900

'I 1 en 1 i ft THE APPEAL KEEPS IN FRONT J- BEOATJSB: f,f 4Itla theorgan of ALL Afro-Axnerioans. 6ItiB not controlledby anyring or oliqu* asks supportbutthe people's. r* M1 6It ''H"! VOL. 16. NO. 38. vne Branch of the Sport That Brings Venee ana Sleep-It Is the Art of the Still Fisher. Which Is as Old as the World and Reqnlreii X Skill C^ndit^ons Which May Make It Hard Work or Mere Pleasant, Thoughtless Murder. HERB there is one fly caster there are four bait casters, and where there are four bait casters there are sixty-four still fishers. Still fishing requires no dexterity. Therefore, the ranks of its votaries are twenty deep. There have been always still fishers since there were fish. Noah, perched on the sharp ly-angled roof of his ark and wildly swinging a hand line with three hooks ~.7* flsner- a exploring glutton hangs himself that is the secret. So far as the sport of it is concerned, it is a good deal like shooting a man's cow in his hack yard, or fishing in a pond filled ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 September 1900

Si _j i i i ^Voui^" 5f*4*. ***h%34 THE APPEAL. A NATIONAL AFRO AMEBICAH NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 4-9 E. 4th S St. Paul, Minn. it 8 raoo-jj '2urprmj trey iptrBxeno 'aoiijo snodvaNNiw JGMSjiqnd 'SINVOV 6 repso pros mi? 2tOOIg[ xiojun ^91 -c^j '30IJJ0 invd 'IS *88||ea 'sjnoT -*s 'enjASino-j 'o3eoiii3 'snodeauufiM 'ined Hues NI iasaoaiiViiaKis aanssi H. ROBERTS Manager/ CHICAGO OFFICE, No. 323-5 Dearborn St. Suite 213-216 F* ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No. 312 West Jefferson St. Room 3 W. PENN, Manager, ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 FRANKLIN AVENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, NUMBER 497 MAIN STREET L. A BROWN, Manager. rA ADVANCE: TERMS, STRICTLY Single copy, one year S2.00 Single copy, six months $|.i0 6fngle copy, three months 60 When subscriptions are by any means allowec to run without prepayment, the terms arc 6C cents for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for eaeb odd week, or at the rate of $3.40 per year. Remittances should be made...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 September 1900

^SL* 'vT^s* jBESIDENiM'KINLEY' S letter of acceptance la probably the most Important unofficial document ls- 1B this country in a quarter of a 4wntnry. The President takes the coun try Into his confidence and throws a new light npon the history of the past two years. Irrespective of Its caustic arraign ment of the critics of the administration Nmd Its forceful clinching of the iact that Bryanism -means the "immediate" de struction of the gold standard and sub stitution therefor of free silver coinage the ratio of 16 to 1, the letter is im portant in the historic sense, because it fives the American people their first knowledge of the statesmanship and con ditions connected with recent epoch-mak ing events. The President, although by nature a mild and conciliatory man, can be arous ed to a point of dangerous combativeness, and when the mood Is on, him he, becomes one of the most effective debaters, we have had in this country for many years. In his letter he wastes no time in what mi...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 September 1900

tatus of the native Inhabitants of the terri tories hereby, ceded to the United States shall be determined by the Congress." Eleven days thereafter, on Dec. 21, the fol lowing direction was siren to the command er of our forces in the Philippines: The military commander of/the United States is enjoined to make known to the in habitants of the Philippine Islands that, in succeeding to the sovereignty of Spain, in severing the former political relations of the inhabitants and In establishing a new polit ical power, the authority of the United. States Is to be exerted for the securing of the persons and property.of the people of the Islands and for the confirmation of all their private rights and relations. It will be the duty of the commander of the forces of occupation to announce and proclaim In the most public manner that we come not as invaders or conquerors, but as friends, to protect-the natives In their homes, In their employments and in their personal and re ligious rights." S...

Publication Title: Appeal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 September 1900

BEFORE 310 EAST BROAD ST. RICHMOND VA. ST. PAUL, WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO YA'S CAPITAL. Whf Saintly City and Saintly City jTollss .Bfewsy I^eins of Social, Religious as** General BLittam Among tfte People. Boil- Mrs. T. R. King left last Monday for a trip to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs H. Lyles entertained Hev. G. W Gains at tea Monday. "I haven't paid $5.00 for a hat since began wearing the Gordon and I buy the best." Mrs. Dan Keelan, of Chicago, is the guest of Mrs. A Washington, 421 St. Anthony avenue. Mir. and Mrs. L. Johnson enter tained at tea Tuesday Mrs. M. C. Ma lone, of Aurora, 111. For RentTwo furnished rooms for gentlemen. Apply to Mrs. D. E Tal tiert, 553 Sibley street. Roomers WantedA few gentlemen roomers may find nicely furnished rooms at 554 Broadway. Mrs. Celia Bolden, of West Superior, Wis, is the guest of Mrs. R. T. Hick man, 3833 Arundel street. Master Dr. Louis Turner Chur, of Chicago, 111., is visiting his uncle and aunt, Mir. and Mrs. T. Lyles. Mrs. Emma Phelps, who ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 22 September 1900

****SZ3E2E&L* REYNOLDS-EVANS, MISSZELIA EVANSONEOF ST. PAUL'S BELLES. Capitulates Before the Continued As-aalts individual spoon. of Copid, and is Proudly Taken Posses- sion of by Mr. Wlllard Reynolds in a Very Happy Manner ThA nHn/in.i an4oi of the bride's mother, VXI^TQ.]^SS1& Johnson, No. 414 Edmund street, Tues-I m^o -*v,d i* -u day evening I Mr. Will**- Smith, gold berry spoon. The arrangements for the wedding'A atid th rtonnra+i^r^i weaamg and the decorations of the house were under the supervision of Mrs. T. E.l ^dJSS^TwST'Sfill.JSS'S butterfly in her hair. She carried a shower bouquet of brides' roses tied with white satin ribbon. Miss Carrie Douglass, the brides maid, wore white Swiss batiste, trim med with lace and ribbons carried brides' roses tied with pink- ribbon. The flower girls were Lucille Wheeldm and Margaret Adams, dressed in white swiss and lace. They carried daintyson, little baskets of roses. The bridal procession was as fol lows The groom and best man...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 September 1900

1! 4 i0 tl eve no HE APPEAL KEEPS THE MOTHER OF, MANY OP THE FIRST CHCRCHES OP THJS WEST CHANGES FROM 1834 TO 1SD9 BEOAtTS: S 4-ItisUieorgaikof ALLAfro-Ai & 6Ittonot oontrolledby any ring 5 It asks no support but the tMM 11- I tltf III f:t+++++Km VOL. 16. NO. 39. fflUl I! I (SIe ftv. R, Cresvrell Writes an Interestinsr and Historical Ar ticle About Development* in tlie Northwest. Rev, R. J. Creswell, of -*fe4ttsvffle-," JwW:T in the New York Observer: It was 1S34. There stepped ashore from a Mississippi boat, at Fort Snelling, two men, whose names were destined to be come household words in the tepees of the SioUx nationthe Pond brothers, oi Connecticut. Their mission, was a glor ious onethe conquest of that savage tribe of prairie warriors, by the sharp two-tdged sword of the Spirit of God, and their uplift by the power of the Gospel of His Son. Then and there be gan one of the most heroic struggles of modern times. What was the outcome? It was 1862. The scene shifts, two hundr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 September 1900

7* 7\ ANATIONAL AFRO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPER ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 49 E. 4th St. St- Paul, Minn- TS8USD SIMULTANEOUSLY I N Saint Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago, Louisville, St. Louis, Dallas. ST. PAUL OFFICE, ND. 164 Union Block 4th and Cedar J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, Guaranty Loan Building, Room 817 H. ROBERTS Manager, CHICAGO OFFICE, No. 323-5 Dearborn St. Suite 213-215 C- F- ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No 312 West Jefferson St. Room 3 W. V- PENN, Manager, ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No 1002 FRANKLIN 1VENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, NUMBER 497 MAIN STREET L.A- BROWN, Manager. TERMS, STRICTLY rM ADVANCE: Single copy, one year $2.00 8lngle copy, six months $1.10 Single copy, three months 60 When subscriptions are by any means allowed to rnn without prepayment, the terms are cent, for each 13 weeks and 5 cents for eaek odd week, or at the rate of ti 40 per year Remittances should be made by Express Money Order. Post Office Money Order, Kegis tered.Let...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 September 1900

JfSf#s l AFTER. BOSTON CHEHICAL CO. 310 EAST BROAD ST. RICHMOND, VA. PAUL, V*EEKS RECORD IN MINNESO TA'S CAPITAL. rhf Saintly City and Saintly City ifolks jfewsy Iv*ems of Social, Religious and General ALtta Among the People, Boil- "I haven't paid $5.00 for a hat since I began wearing the Gordon and I buy the best." For RentTwo furnished rooms for gentlemen. Apply to Mrs. D. E. Tal bert, 553 Sibley street. Roomers WantedA few gentlemen roomers may find nicely furnished rooms at 554 Broadway. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hyde, of Conger, Iowa, is visiting her sisters, Mi's. H. Mclntyre and O.. D. Howard. Mr Julius N. Avendorph, of Chi cago, is in the city to attend the fu neral of Mr. Thomas King. One or two gentlemen roomers wanted. Apply at 527 St. Anthony avenue, or at THE APPEAL office. Miss Emma Shaw, of Plankinton, who is quite a talented musician, is visiting Mrs. Harry Shepherd, 26 E.FRLL College avenue. Mrs. Josie Meadows, of Albia, Iowa, was the guest of Mesdames J. B. Turn er and J....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 29 September 1900

WHEAT GROWERS HAPPY ITAIIV:MLS, TWIKS TV Tear. 1894 1899 Exportation Tear. 1892 1894 1899 CT O GOOD PRODUCERS. When AVn eworker A*e Employed at Good Wages the Ratio e Consuwiition of Wheat Spring-* Up at Once. The people of the ^nffed States were on "half-raikn^!i,4% 1894, but on full rations in I89& ^Bd 1900. The official publications of t$ treasury, bureau of statistics show' that the wheat con sumed in the United States in 1896 was but 3.41 bushels per capita* while in 1892 it was 5.91 bushels, and in 1899, 5.95 bushels per capita. In 1900 the home consumption will probably exceed, 6 bushels per capita and be nearly, if not quite double that of 1894. This illustrates the advantage to the farmer of a flourishing business condition which assures him a satis factory home market. In 1892 and 1899 factories were running on full time, the people employed in mines were worked to their fullest capacity, rail roads and their employes were busy and making full earnings, and every body ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 6 October 1900

Ffci I L\ ft r" ^X. v*4 npHE APPEA1PS IN FRONT VOL. 16. NO. 40 4It is the organ of ALL Ax%Aj\erIcans. 5ItiB not controlled by any x^S^oliqne. 6It asks no support but the pe^ AVENDORPH-CLAVEN AGALLANTSON AND CHARMING DAUGHTER OF ILLINOIS AND N1CH1GAN. Join Hands anu Hearts in Holy Wetiloc A Beautiful Wedding at Marquette, Mich Followed bj the Swellestof Wedding ceptluug at CiilcHgo, III nois. AT MARQUETTE, MICH. The marriage of Miss Jennie L. Claven to Julius N. Avendorph of Chi cago was celebrated at St. Paul's ca thedral Wednesday afternoon. Prompt ly at 3 o'clock the mam doors were thrown open and the bridal procession entered the edifice, the choir in ad vance singing an old English wedding hymn. Following came- two flower girls, Misses Amy Johnson and Hazel Cameron, dressed in white and carry ing red roses. Next came the bride attired in a creation of white satin and mull, carrying a shower bouquet of bride's rosea. The groom was attended by N. Thompson of Chicago. Rev. Hugh Spe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 6 October 1900

HL "f 5 ioui\fB y& sssss: mJi Hfp THE APPEAL. A NATIONAL AFRO AMERICAN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 49 E. 4th St- St- Paul, Minn. T98TJED SIMULTANEOUSLY IN Saint Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago, Louisville, St. Louis, Dallas. ST. PAUL OFFICE, ND. 164 Union Block 4th and Cedar J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher, MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, Guaranty Loan Building, Room 817 H. ROBERTS Manager, CHICAGO OFFICE, No. 323-5 Dearborn St. Suite 213-2IS F- ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No. 312 West Jefferson St. Room a W V- PENN, Manager, ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 FRANKLIN 1VENTJE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, NUMBER 497 MAIN STREET L. A- BROWN, Manager, TERMS, STRICTLY ADVANCE. Single copy, one year S2.0C SJngle copy, six months $1.10 Single copy, three months 60 fVheu subscriptions ure by any means ailowef, to wi-bout prepamt:ut the terms are w" cen- for each 13 weeks and 5 cent* for eaer odd week, or at the rate of Jj.40 pur year. Bemittaiices should bDrafta. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 6 October 1900

iv BEFORE. AFTER BOSTON CHEHilCAL CO. 310 EAST BROAD ST. KSCHMOND, VA. ST. PAL% ViEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO ITA'S CAPITAL. file Saintly City and Saintly City /"oiks Jen *y I'ems of Social, Religious and General Matters Among toe People, Boil esi ins'ah Mr James Banister is on the sigk list this week Let us have the "owl' cars by all manner of means Mr Hairy Black and Miss Bessie Love weie united in marriage last week The deceased lea\es a mother and a wife and a host of friends to mourn his loss. "I haven't paid $5.00 for a hat since I began wearing the Gordon and I buy the best" For RentTwo furnished rooms for gentlemen Apply to Mrs E Tal bert, 553 Sibley street. Roomers WantedA few gentlemen roomers may find nicely furnished rooms at 554 Broadway. Miss Luceille McCleland, of Fort Macluon Iowa is visiting Mrs E. S. Evans, 461 Robeit street. One or cwo gentlemen roomers wanted. Apply at 527 St. Anthony avenu^, or at THE APPEAL office. Mr and Mrs A Diake, of Stillwater, entertained at d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 6 October 1900

BUSINESS INTERESTS IMPERILED BY BRYAN HIS ELECTION WOULD MEAN A TRYING READJUSTMENT. Voters Slioxild Remember the Fear- ful Sto rm Which Passed Over the Count ry When Cleveland Was Elected- In 1802. The timely and pertinent article from the pen of Secretary Gage on the subject of the gold standard law and the opportunity that the presi dent would ha ve to nullify its effects, and his reply to Mr. Schurz, suggests a danger that is not only imminent, but is apparent, when considered with the conditions resulting from the last administration under/ Mr. Cleveland. In the campaign that ended in the election of that gentleman the issue was the tariff. Th Democratic plat form had denounced the McKinley law in the usual terms had pledged the country that, if given power, it would repeal the protective tariff and substitute a tariff for revenue only denouncing the reciprocity clause as a fraud, etc. This was a pledge on the part of the Democracy which, if elected, it was in duty bound to ful...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 13 October 1900

mi I. I 44 S^HE APPEAL KEEPS IN FRONT I 4It is the organ of ALL Afro-Americans. 6Itia notno controlledtbjr/Oaring 6lt! SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE THE APPEAL FROM STAFF CORRESPOND- ENT. Paris, Sept. 27.This is the first time in the history of expositions abroad that the Afro-American has ever taken so important and successful a part. Review ing from the year 1619, when the Dutch traders first began their slave trading with America, little did any one dream of the success that awaited a people then in such deep thiroes of serfdom. Three main reasons are paramount for making the Afro-American exhibit at the Paris exposition. FirstThe Afro-American owes it' to himself to show his moiral, intellectual and material progress to correct errone ous ideas which may have gained cur rency. SecondIt is aue the United States that proof be furnished that all classes of its population aire prosperous, progressive and valuable citizens. ThirdSince most of the countries of Europe are now engaged in colon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 13 October 1900

I 1' i & v W^m THE APPEAL. A NATIONAL AFRO AMERICAN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ADAMS BROS. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 4 9 E. 4th S St- Paul, Minn. ISSUED SIMULTANEOUSLY IN Saint Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago,, Louisville, St. Louis, Dallas. ST. PAUL OFFICE, N. 164 Union Block 4th and Cedar J. Q. ADAMS, Publisher MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, Guaranty Loan Building, Room 817 H. ROBERTS ,Manager, CHICAGO OFFICE, No. 323-5 Dearborn St. Suite 213-2^6 F- ADAMS, Manager. LOUISVILLE OFFICE, No. 312 West Jefferson St. Room 3 W. PENN, Manager, ST. LOUIS OFFICE, No. 1002 FRANKLIN 1VENUE J. H. HARRISON, Manager. DALLAS OFFICE, NUMBER 497 MAIN STREET L. A. BROWN, Manager. AGENTS WANTED. THE APPEAL wants good re liable agents to canvass for sub scribers at points not already cov Bred. Write for our extraordi nary inducements. Address THE APPEAL, St PaulMma. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1900. i FOR PRESIDENT: WILLI AM MCKINLEY, of Ohio. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: THEO. ROOSEVELT, of New York. The democrats do not want h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 13 October 1900

BEFORE. BOSTON CHEIIICAL CO. 310 EAST BROAD ST. RICHMOND, VA. ST. PAUL, WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO- 'JTA'S CAPITAL. Ffeo Saintly City and Saintly City folk ifewsy I^eini of Social, Religious aa General IUU.ttva Among tfte People. Bolt ed S*S"-3b Mr and Mrs. F. D. Parker have moved to 699 Thomas street. "I haven't paid $5.00 for a hat since I began wearing the Gordon and I buy the best." The Afro-American Republican Club now has headquarters at No. 350 Cedar street. For RentTwo furnished rooms for gentlemen Apply to Mrs. D. E. Tal bert, 553 Sibley street. Roomers WantedA few gentlemen roomers may find nicely furnished rooms at 554 Broadway. Reception of new members from the splendid revival harvest at St. James' A. M. E church to-morrow. One ov two gentlemen roomers wanted. Apply at 527 St. Anthony avenue, or at THE APPEAL office. For RentTwo furnished rooms for gentlemen or man and wife without children. Apply at 263 Edmund street. WANTEDImmediately, first-class barber. Wages $10 per w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 13 October 1900

3$ S 'I I a HYMN'S MANAGER ATTACKS FOREIGNERS WHAV CHAIRMAN JONES REALLY 'i::iXKS OF THE FOREIGN VOTERS, Vitriolic Speech Made to the Ar kuiiHns LesfHlatare. and Jones Seizes the Occasion to Air His Vte-wu TGNORANT FOREIGNERS." "These comprised fully one-half of the vraOer oi' votes received- by McKin 1 v."Deliberate Assertion of Demo tic National Chairman James K. Jones. "He believed devoutly that Bryan had been elected and was swindled out of the presidency." "He believed that in 190.0-the bime tallic forces would win a great victory," His declaration that the principles of 1896 are "Absolutely essential to the welfare of the country." The plan who advocated the gold standard denounced as "No better than a vile thief." (From the address of United States Senator James K. Jones, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, before the Legislature of Arkansas.) "Hundreds of thousands of ignorant foreigners, who were here taking the bread, out of the mouths of honest la bor, voted at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The appeal. — 20 October 1900

-V hTHE APPEAL KEEPS IN FRONT" W- BBOATJSB: 4It is tluorgan of ALL Americans. 6Itis not controlled by "Jan.. "Clique. 6It asks no support but theV-' $1^* Senator Pritchard Discusses the Democratic Scheme of Disfran chisement in the South. DAMNABLE DEMOCRATIC DESI6NS. The Democrat* Have Ifot Only De prived he Afro-American of the Right to Have Hi* Vote Counted a* Cast, But, jaa.ve Used His, Vote to Nullify he Vote of the White Man "Who Favor* Free Institutions. The adoption of the amendment to our state constitution which has for its object the restriction of the right of suffrage marks another step on the part of he democracy of the south in its efforts to nullify the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments to the con stitution of the United States. When he southern states -were re admitted into the union after the la te civil war it was expressly provided as a fundamental condition precedent to their right to representati on in con gress and in the electoral college, that neither of th...

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