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This article appeared in vol. L . . . no. 16,046 Wed., June 12, 1901
ALABAMA NEGRO SUFFRAGE.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. June 11.--The first part of the new State
Constitution was adopted to-day by the Constitutional Convention. The
office of Lieutenant Governer was created and the Governer's salary raised
from $3,000 to $5,000. The terms of the executive officers were lengthened
from two to four years, but they are ineligible for re-election. The Governer
cannot become a candidate for United States Senator within one year after
the expiration of his term.
This article appeared in vol. LII . . . no. 16,633 April
This article appeared in vol. XXXIII . . . no. 10, 057
Thurs., Nov. 29, 1883.
This article appearded in vol. XXXI . . . no. 9,535 March
30, 1882. In the next to last sentance the term "Jim Crow cars" is used
in description of the railway cars set aside for blacks.
This article appearded in vol. XXXI . . . no. 9,549 April
16, 1882. It is the southern version of the story above, which conflicts
with the previous story even down to the spelling of the bishop's name.