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Thomasville Times (Newspaper) - February 5, 1887, Thomasville, Georgia M- Isaac's X IH 2 3 Square la pet Line tor above and the A. or any there on MAW ot 60 Send tvr Ga. o be of Colquitt has aow in al and completo and lotr The will paid for fing and you be well known the people of Is in. the and will hie friends W. P. thon moti i the smile with the 'Twill the Por nature of ambition is thy may like But when ate d and ruds I Theo to the light of there like a jitar through the midnight Thou shali see beacon For tiU shining on thy holy W ill gild iun of the heart ne'er felt its And 8mile^> rich wintery bow cold aud dim those life's wretched niy when the world is dark lo to the light ol the Colored People ol Ihe ihe problem of iho 8ouibtn egto is some of the best intelligence ihe Like all other of final solution tee by mao architect of his own every must be the framer ef its own often impede or the or retrogression people but the laws of nature will finally am a freeman and a and although not Imbued with the native powers ol and not with the acquired of my in ibe association and observations of many ars has given me an acquaintance with the propensities and possibilities ol my own race no man race could ever I not intend to discuss race but only wish to cast tome hints to my own will not be people are novices in the tme of the precious boon of and are but children in the role ot We are loo prone to forget that we are in a white man's which they purchased the priceless blood noblest bind our race to and to more tyrannical tenacity all the monarchs of to tat oar pit in OB at m only bbi a to bs at present la mareb of adaga that knowledge la a Qur people are extremely the possibility ot jany more than a idea of Itha of a iU for jibe of and Jost of the into to of them to borden to doea still more it dissatisfied with jioNi of and to of rank in all ins more ' Education is without morale is aggravated other advancement have been made by mj race is more by their in I am ashamed to it but too to Obi that darkens the ink that riso cords and the ot man has always upon who regard with the purity and chastity of women before tbe panorama of and jou Will find those people holding the ascendancy in progress and whose women are most exalted in refinement and cultured in virture is dethroned an anarchy of vice can regard our people with re spect and when occupies such an In our standard of manhood and claim can a people make upon manhood added to their weight of mast be lifted from for no ent eao aver us far of moral aad to fit us for social or make us creditable there enough among in the this land ot to against Ae vice and general mi did a man does Mot is. tiling morally with 8 If his empathies are not awakened by innocent if bis heart does not their merry if his whole does not reach oat in longings atter their pore and be is a old and the world tinll of children in age and best and men laved Even wicked a tender soft spot left in their for little The inen of the earth love the king of the Cannibal islands loves and no WO all loto what a it is to talk W ho with a quick little any where from three to five years and i not appreciate the Which swells a mother's when she sees her little one ahcan wel ever cease to remember that dreamy summer lady friend wbo was down to the city on a shopping came into with her little a dear little of five bright and begged us to amuse him while she the duties which called her down Such a bright delightful it was to talk to We can neyer forget the blissful half we spent looking up in his cea ten nial we name is Clarence Alen eon de learn about George we was the father yours and the union of the American cemented with the life blood ot 76, out ihe as the dearest libation to liberty that her votaries is a peculiar tact in to children that very few people Now most people would have impatient and lost when little Clarence eo many bat we did We knew however he appear interest he all eyes and So sweetly same smile which you may haye noticed on just the faintest of a apple treci his father's and cnt it father bome it the saw apple And be cot down my fovorite i apple And everybody they didn't know anything about f Any thing about apple 1; George came up and about talking about hik father and the they ta king I apple j trw ' favorite apple tree that George cut it down I to try his little j little I his the one his father gave fi i ' George to I George came up he I tell a tell a I George Ho I cannot tell a It i George i oh I down a an Stock Metalic and if yoa need in line M. Smith's W. ' Or by 15. P. at his and Clay F. - kinda and andreu constantly on band ana will be fotd at the very lowest market by lot or 1 inch and oh band dry and vei will furnish up and will not be and owners aro to oome ana Eee us before yoar to our agent at W. V. will give any placed in hie bands personal A f Gas and Steam most like and puts a either slate or iron furnished on short Wul repair at were the pioneers of the tics we now and right dearly did they pay for are living among the masters who owned us y ear a and when we consider the lions they had to and the trying they had to and their sadden transition from wealth te and the mortifying elevation ot their former slaves to their peerage in we have great reason to with profound their consideration for our add to the taunts and gibes which our Southern masters received from we have allowed our ignorance to make us dupes to bad who have used us for political nobler impulses of our race have been and bad men have tried to convince us that the white people were our be it said to the credit of the and the Southern people in they with us in our notwithstanding the insolence and ribaldry of many ot our they have always offered ua ample employment and liberal for our and have pitied and rather than censored aad the misconduct and turbulence of many our peer have certainly been deceived and misled enough by immigrant tramps and to have out our and it is time we sould cease to be and as of so grand a seek to do our duty and unite with our white fellow men in trying to build np the and thereby and white race is and will always be in- this and the in wealth and it is blind folly of our ta seek preferment or is ihe home of ourselves and ond our and the sooner we accept this and go to work ma sensible manner to make and bamony with our sooner we will gam the Respect and confidence of our cao provo a for an aro Of Co Tell Dally is a good deal oi amusement in the following magieal table of It y pu to tell how old young ladies Just hand this table to a yoang and request her te tell yon ia column or her age is and add tbe the top of the in which her age is and yon baye the great suppose her age to ba 17, you will And that number in first and fifth eoK add the first figures of two Here is the magic 3 7 9 11 13 15 17 21 23 25 27 3i 33 35 37 89 41 43 45 47 49 I p I j it was George said he his I he cut his apple I hia i I father said I tell a I did it with my jittle And bis father 1 noble I Would rather lose a trees hare yOu tell a j I hia father said I he'd leather have a thousand eaU he'd rather lose a trees I he'd rather George I said he'd rather he would than have bim George would rather have bis father - are we love but if Mrs. of Arch and gother at that we eards wero oat to a small town in Hew with the did yon marry F Wo giTO a few of tbo what I have been toying to find to get even bar mother bol never I was too laay to Sarab told me that five yoang men had proposed to old man eight years was almost long and and wanted aome one to make N. me very was tired of boying iee cream and and going to theatres and and wanted a Have don't stir me she was one among a now I sometimes think she ia a thousand among it was I was cross now I am afflicted witli two pairs of eyes I did not havo the I have governor was going give so bis it woold be cheaper thab a sait 0.' the same fool my and neighbors ask me. 1 ; O. I had mbro money than I what to do Kow I more to do than I money wanted a of the P. is still mention unlocking the at and wanted somebody to me was and give my the of my name so that I coald take the benefit of her signed to a it is jaat - V. didn't intend to go to do yearned for We have it all the exhausted all the figures in arithmetic to figare oat an answer to your between and division in the and in is hard to arrive married to get best wife in asked her if she'd me. She eaid she I she's got me. of be struck by I aU have ed out of And as Alencon de i mother gave pattered down dawn stairs with the him telling his ma lor a boy vijio had a father named 1 To with other and he told bim to cut money and get apple he said he'd rather % in the a a thousand lies than cut down an Than do yen remember when we to swins on my front guter I to Ot the stara so They if the moon ia so and the stars jost as brighi now they were John presume can't we swing on the gate now ab j look at the moon and the and the blaa night with their as to do if we wanl let n go ont to tbd gate for and see it will seem like it go and try it il yoo like iti tako a tamat Maria bim too mach of a bruto to do of 61 63 Ranges and I troublesome factor in ike Smoke stacks for a powerful government IS the of blood and brains B. D. Store mid folly for an do pump tosait the aad Mlle. ts a of 61 63 1 6 1 43 and checked lines of tender just before the two rads of it pass each other at the back the so smiling we one day George's who? asked He was a little boy just like One day his Whose demanded with an encouraging of iui this great man were telling you One day Washington's father gave him a little butchet for a ' who the dear interrupted with a gleam of bewitching MoSt men would have betrayed signs of but we We know how to talk to So went gave little And his And hie father told we went just as patient and pleasant as you conM We teok op the story the boy for he was just crazy to hear the end of it We Same Old lived in a neighboring town a well-to-do Irishman who kept a grocery Bie varied bis business bj lint In packing and baling this cotton on one occasion be made bold to a The bale was to where it was raid and part of the proceeds to a of It so that tbe man from whom the sugar nas was tbe of the Probing with bis cotton be toand the and at proceeded to bary it in the hogshead of In due time it was returned to the Months while the grocer's who was also his was scooping oat of tbe be struck something Uncovering he found a. and called bis father's attention to the same old rock 1' Ithe old mau the bist - Farmer's country boy or girl is to face with practical He sees how slowly money ia made on tbe he is taught from youth ap the need of bo has the nature of saving first explained to bim every day in the he is not exposed to tbe temptation of the or and he is not so much of u lady's man before be has occasion to a razor on bis downy He may be a be may not feel in but in the closely contested race of life it is the chap that trudges to school barefooted in summer and in mother cuts liis bair with tbe sheep lua ia tbe chap that goes to the city school with tbe shirt front and fancy the mirror your wife's I is shaved ' tbe at the barber Socb has oar and we think we koow what we are talking BELLE Dawson and From 0 to 12 m. and from 3 to 5 p. BRU Broaa auti r R. 3, at Law Beal Agents and Loan S. M. in the corner College Avenue and Magnolia street No. 2' night to to HAN at Wall M ITCH El at - i Di to tbe 01 hours from M. to I f. and fro a to 6 P.M. 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I be in a think I could marry either cither one of tbe girls if I felt disposed to Who saw kirs little to think that men bad an said Franks I've Ranged my and hereafter I'm going to all ihe To bo good-natured I of Charly X possibly mo. I never remarked as he tried to bits muffin the other morning at the matter f the bread is replied than yon was the came breakfast table wm deep it % 11 of joors isa dog of How did yoa eome to it part of my If yoo think be baa any nae for the other m bring it he told him told hiw Jays do gratification broke in. George's lather told did he tdl that's just what I going to tell He told so he do what | be told him not to He KM told bU father told yet avoid being imposed shows great strength of and make practice and yon for more sub lime from tbe dl tbe is a certain sign of an be inclined to after I He had are and innocent can | to his and it seems replied bis with i affirmative of 11 hi ok I Franklin one year 10 User's Handy Free to the aud wood and I toward tbe r ooi TtM tal im tua sw other morning wo wanted sure and all and that wood and I was almost hts ssid he baa forgotten didn't come home yoa tell abost the flirtation f a When f that detained midnight I it ever from a neglect ol 1 and 1 pats two what is in one's seif and bis saying every | Jg be impatient of seeing it in omm ia me one stamp on a of Ho jony was How School Teacher ( to I 1 ia have yoa gone? jery ten from home I I home I that was bow far have I t i. I trnst Um vi at told him fui with the must he he ibr this here u to I The Gem the same is | arose and and was af that's Toia is time lenon I pf eaa tiait dog bot I i too on Krd Ethel would be elee to a dog alier if it tor joor little yoa moel noi taUt tthat Did father ever yoa talk that waj With the the grass night So George went he coald et lui cune | mj mental effan that dode makes when be bas to to take oal bts or Ms most ' wBi fake yoar word for it if yoa pm and Mm it si SA m a m mm in ymm bas josi few be to eat O. 4mm*
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