|Publisher:||The Tuskaloosa Gazette|
|Place of publication:||Tuscaloosa, AL|
|Date of publication:||Feb 9, 1888 12:00 am|
|Source URL:||View Source|
EDITORS GAZETTE:-In the last issue of the “Times” appears an article, which, for the sake of charity, we try to believe says more than the editor means. So far as it regards the valiant or to follow the true reading of the article the cowardly captors of the negro Jim Seams, we have nothing to do, for they are able to take care of themselves; but when, by implication, the men from the country who joined in the search are placed under the wholesale accusation of doing so for the sake of the reward, we hoosiers feel that we have just cause far complaint. Calling men cowards and attributing base motives to those who do not happen to be the “curled darlings of society” may be a pleasant recreation in some countries, but not exactly conducive to health in this, and the sooner some find it out the better. COUNTRY HOOSIER.