.' ' L act,, sn, h ;;s these indicate di;it the i nffro ).r..!.loia will Ixwiine less and j r.itU -r tu.in more and more a po-I po-I !;-i:lriM.m. and f-int the solution i io.it ).-! My !.. Ici't to the opora-ti...nofp!i.v!,i..:.vil opora-ti...nofp!i.v!,i..:.vil and oeuu,uio laws. THE A'EGfiOVS I'i.Mi.YV., Relative Decraaaa of Our Colored J. opulation. Striking l-arlfi Develnucd !v tho l.nt C'ensus-Soir.ctlinie About tin: Future Fu-ture Uistriautien or too Uitee. riasrv organisations conerrnme- tae n i 1 c I 1 c 1 tionate iiie-h birth rale, and the niisl.vd- 1 t f 1 done move than anything- else to , -coder the negro problem a question of poi.'ti-1 poi.'ti-1 nl t v c j r i t l t t i r til V 1 rea'arded with iI-iTcreni de:; -et s of s.tis-f s.tis-f lit 1 1 o no "i " e of I j s 1 1 c "if 1 n n tin 1 f 1 1 n t 1 t tt ft f 1 e l o n r 1-j tier cent, of the entire pooaaoion. In the recent census he is but tt.-a of the entire population, or. v. bile ttie leipltnlsnr 1 1 t i 1 a el 1 1 1 t s 1 v 1 1 1 n 1 1) I ra IU t t 1 v 1 r c nt 1 11 I c t t 1 1 tl 1 narro s relative r.nr.ortauco m the population pop-ulation will never oe reversed. In connrmauon ne examines m detail tne resiieciive biiia and d'atn rates m 1 l c 1 t 1 a 1 11 lull j 1 1 t t I 1 f f r v 1 1 taacfrs. 1 no proooi tic.n ci cleatn rales 1 r cn 1 1 It 1 t t I I "s t e t l r 1 Ii t I 1111 1 t t an -41 f oil means of avcrvluph bn'lh rate over a vcrv iuu'h deatii rate. Another fact worth notintr is the future eeoc'raphietil distribution of the 1 t 1 1 t r 1 f 1 t f 1 1 1 1 ma ler. often into regions where he la f v n 1 f l 1 la M 1 1 1 t 1 M r 1 s and North Carolina with the cotton w t t f It I 1 I r cent, in the latter asrainst a per cent, in the former. Theenference is that in tnose parts of tne country where lne nerrro is not an economic nccessitv, tne blaei;pormlation will become more and more reduced bv the entrance of a 1 t e n t II 1 con.-.iderations at the same time will draw hun to his more natural habitat, tne Oulf states, where the white man cannot take his place. A hatever grow ih may be exnectea from the colored col-ored race will take place there, and it is not probaoie mat a race so muiicti in its ran -.re will ever reach to one-third even of ;-U0M,0a0. To recapitulate, (ho negro in 1790 was one-fifth the population; in 1510, but one-sixth; in l.ShJ, one-seventh: in le90, less than one-eighth. Industrial reasons ! nmlnatural tendencies are draining him oil' toward the low landsof the .gulf of 1 Mexico, nnti there his greatest rate of in-; in-; crease will he felt, which in the nature of things will be coustantly decreasing jn its relation to the total population.