Business: Up South

With the Civil War fading into legend, the ordinary northern U. S. citizen takes a sentimental attitude toward the South. It is the land of sleepy, gentle plantations. There Cotton is King; white men are colonels; lazy colored men lie on their backs and croon "Massa's in de col', col' groun'" up at a beautiful orange moon; and colored mammies are kissing babies & making pancakes. That conception received last week a rude jolt from Dr. Julius Klein, able chief of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. At Memphis,...

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