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   Petersburg Index and Appeal (Newspaper) - September 23, 1876, Petersburg, Virginia                                DAILY EDITION PETERSBURG VIRGINIA SATURDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 23 L876 i INDEX VOL XXII NO 91 vin wo 91 If Elder Lee is allowed to grow any it will be the fault of the Federal Court in The real in uu arc the Un ion Democratic The bloody nhirt wearers arc the Boy a 1ed labors fearfully at but once in a while gets oil a good as when he designated Mr Hayes as a braes pin iirthe bloody The editor of the New Orleans being lately assaulted by a Radical uflian 8tung back with a bullet liich pissed however through the miscreants If you get too much of the jug in you you will get too much of yourself in the jug This sad truth was experienced yesterday by a well known politician of Fourth Ward The rally of Democratic Union sol diers at Indianapolis would have been larger except that Grant caused Ouster to be murdered because he testified against tbe White House thieves Sixtythree babies reported for duty at a baby party in Jersey City recently and a benevolent gentleman of that city it is said furnished refreshments for nil of They must have had a teatateat Burnsidc was one of tbe Boys in Blue in Indianapolis whose boast it is that they vote as they If Burnside votes no better than he fought at icksburg and the Crater he might up shop We are obliged to leave out a U from Louisa which la made entirely of the writers comment ou Bar circus Cannot our correspondents that we want not their views but nore Fredcr as up earn TELEGRAPHIC MEWS Jl K N K W P 0 It T S U I C I D K KOlt mc HKLLUATli JvXlU ijlON SPAINS KKLIGIOUS TROUBLES I HE NOUTHF1ELD BANK KODBERY T II E E A S T E K N T K 0 U B L E S DOSS T W E E D S SI 0 V E M E N T S EARTHQUAKE IN CONNECTICUT WIE tOUTU CAROLINA HACK TROUBLES II U R B E IlE II LYNCHED FINANCIAL NEW YORK September Money closed easy at Iia2 per cent Gold ally firm this P M and closed with a further advance in some shares BALTIMORE September 22 Virginia Gs deferred Oj do consolidated G7i do second series 31 NorthCarolina Gs old 1GJ UELJUGATE WHY SUSBAY WAS SELECTED VOK T11K EX PIIEIARIXO JFOK THE SUOCK NEW YOHK September New ion ia a card 10 the papers fixing the Hell Gate explosion at P M Sunday says Sheer necessity has compelled the appoint meut of this day which in many otbcr re spects is He says A fpact will be formed having a radius o about GOO yards measured from Hallet Mr Bristow declined to discuss polit1 Point which xriil be kept clear of boats at uric ical issues in Indiana a iy or two ago with of the Courier Both of them felt relieved no doubt fur Wattcrson is no orator and Brisiov is as vulnerable as a tower of card George II burg has been a the Sixth District to get bsatcu fur in iNovemher next by J Randolph Tucker Mr Woodlin of Appotnattox was made the elector His duties also will be of a nominal nature Mr Critlendeti a Radical orator said in New York the other Tilden were proved to be the angel Gabriel him self he would not vote for him he is by a united All right The South will remember you the likes of you when its time comes If the Radicals should carry Indiana near the time of the explosion After the tx plosion vessels should give Hallets Point a I wide berth as the surface of the reef may in some points be elevated above its present level As soon as possible after the explosion th reef will be marked out with buoys Ther will be no commotion of the air aud tie un dergtound effect will be sufficient only to ja th hborhooc would do well to have their windows au doors open and to look out for their ceilings The best thing to do would be to stand outsid until the explosion is f T dergtouno enect win De suineient only to I May 01 of LsiiJij buidiugs without rupturing or cracking lected by the Radicals of walls iVrsous at least in the iieighborho MURDERER LYNCHED LOUISVILLE September lodmau of Browustowu was lynched yester ay while returuing from Jeflsrsonville He ad threatened several parlies aud was already guilly of murder ilUSSlAtf U EL LONDON September TelgraphV Jerliu Jispaleli reports a duel between a Kus ian distinguished diplomat aud 1 rince Dul pourowski of Moscow cause EARTHQUAKE IN CONNECTICUT NEW BEUFOKD September A distinct hock of au earthquake was felt in this city and in jind Dartmouth uIgEt THE CANADA TRAINWRECKERS iUFFALO September lluut jf the Canada Southern train which was vreeked oa Wednesday is dead Oue land dollars reward is oflered for the wreckers LEE THE MEADOWS MURDERER SALT LAKE September The court at eaver has granted a delay in the death sen euceofLee for ten days lis appeal lo allow him to file HEAVY FAILURE LONDON September Duguid merchants nt Liverpool Manchester and Buenos Ayres have failed Liabilities 000 Markets by Telegraph COMMERCIAL MABKEIS September ern ilour steady Wheat without change Kye steady Barley quiet and steady Corn dull Oats Beef firm rierco beef nominal Lard scarcely so firm Whisky firm Pork dull Cut meats Gull arm at 1 li BALTIMORE September quiet firm and struetand western super 3 25a 4 00 do extra f25a025 d family 5 COaG 75 City Mills family 8 grades unchanged Whea less active aud 2 western red 1 No 3 1 ISal 20 Pennsylvania red 1 20al 2S do amber 1 30al 33 do white 1 lOal 32 whin iiruier aud higher western weak and ern white 50a5G do yellow 57aCO western mix eel spot 57i4 and 57 for October Oat steady and puine 40a42 western white 3Sa41 do mixed 31 Bye strong aud highe at 7Ca75 Hay firm and demand good and un and Pennsylvania prime loalti Provisions steady and unchanged Butter western good to prime 2Ua23 do Cof OUR RICHMOND LETTER The Chesapeake ana Ohio Seats to bo of a Horso Failures COKlHWrOSDRKUK OK TUK ISDKXA1TKAI KiCHMONl September U2 Gen WicUham tho receiver ol tbe Chesa cake aud Ohio Kail road Company notifies he employees of the company that after the 1st of October their pay will bo reduced 10 percent The company does not seem to ba enjoying ttie benefits of tbe ceuteuuial travel toothers are and its receipts were undoubtedly argely abbreviated by tbe bad spring sea son By he iueTliai the Virginia proprietors will have to do to make vheir places more attractive or they will decline iu reputation It will not do only o have a ball now and then and to get sotno one to write it up in the old familiar style That has ceased to attract attention A new device is wanted unless indeed the proprietors ire content to have places become burdens upon their hands Eight hundred English servant girls visiting the Centennial have been induced to settle iu Richmond where steady employment is guar anteed So we are informed by numerous newspapers throughout tbe country We know nothing of the scheme here and it may be safely set down as a freak of the imagination or a mistake If the figures had been S in stead of 800 there might have been some sem blance oi truth in it Our people generally do not like white servants colored servants sui them better Of course there are numerous families where white servants are employed but the supply is fully equal to tho demand If it were not we would hesitate sometime before we would make up the deficiencies from the ranks of the SOO maidens alleged to hav come a touring over here lo the Centennial The Governor will have to issue his writs suppose for elections to fill the seats iu the House of Delegates of General E K Bagwel and Mr James W Sueffey deceased aud the seat of H O Cianghton of the Senate resigned Senator Hinton will occupy his seu in the Senate till he qualities as Congressman ou tbe 1th of March next The case of John W Howard charged with stealing a horse aud buggy valued at from Mr Uriah was culled before Act ing Palice Justice Crutchrield this Howards own statement is tbat he found the team near the York River depot The horsi Whisky firmer with a tendency upward 1 11A Suar uiet aUOalL Sugar quiet himself He finally country aud sell the property about four or five miles in one almost as fur in another he leccased before his from New they will owe their victory to Clou Kilpat determined to commit rick whose advice as to the bloody shirt and money they first denounced and then adopt ed and if Hayes is elected he would be de ficient in decent gratitude if he failed to give the general a place in the cabinet or a foreign mission The Washington Chronicle atj tempts to stop subscriptions in tho North j pose he would do somethin for the relief of Savannah by falsely charging tbat the Southern whites are en gaged in the murder of harmless negroes The Chronicle will get its reward in the tropic zone of eternity THE NEWPORT It SUICIDE THE ilYSTKUY VICTIM 1KIVATE SEC it ETA UY TO THE SECRETARY OJ THE NAVY NliW YOKK September Newport Rhode Island dispatch says The uijste1 rious suicide on the steamer Newport has at last been identified as F B Smith private secretary of the Secretary of the Navy stead of Frank Wheeler the name given by death Just after his departure from New York being evidently suicide he forsvarded a note to that elTect to his friend and in fact he told him that he should commit the deed that very night In the note he gave iustruc lions about paying his debts and expressed a wish that the Fall Eiver authorities might inter his body before outside of his friends knew his real name A few weeks ago he lost his sister which together1 with the refusal of a young lady in New York to re ciprocatc hia his friends to K i n r rich to go to th After driviu direction am determined ti he did II buggy to Morrison Livery stable aud told Morrison they wcr toien that a rewaid would probably be ol LATEST NEWS SUMMARY Oa Change iu Chicago yesterday come back to bushels of wheat in elevators were posted as j carried the horse and being out of The Maryland and Virginia boundary com mission is still in session at Philadelphia and will probably continue a mouth longer hearing argument of counsel The Womens National Temperance Union is to observe October C as a day of fustius and fered aud they two would con fesscs that two years Tn Sing Sing but for what crime he declines to say Justic Crulchfield scut him ou to the grand jury fo indictment The commodious mansion corner oth an prayer Theaacual meeting of the society is c jn which kr nt rl N T Oprnhor I i SPAINS RELIGIOUS TROUBLED Judge Sinnotts explanation of the charges made against Govenor Tilden in connection with the tax on his thai bubble of slander into the finest and most impalpable mist tuui if the which broughtthe false would sin not it ought to retract them and apologise for the wrong CourierJournal Hayes be relied upon as a promoter of economy Uncle Safdis left him about half a million and the nest year Hayes reported to the authorities that he haj only cash cm hand A man who will run through in one year is a reckless spend thrift Among the Sioux Indians who came in to the Ked Cloud Agency for a conference the other day were Ked Cloud Little Moon Swift Bear Ked Leaf Black Coal White Bull Pretty Crow Dress Young Man Afraid of His Horses and Quick Bear If Old Man Afraul of His Wife had been on hand the parly would have been complete bs lo read in the Washington Keoubiican that whenever any evidence is given against Babcock in the burglary trial now proceed ing the disgust of the jury and the spectators is such as to be apparent in their countenances Judge jury and spectators are all Radical scoundrels like the denfend ant The Kepublicans expression is as clear an admission tbe guilty complicity with of the very men who are pretending to try him for an infamous offence The affect to ridicule the j meeting of the Union Democratic soldiers j to take place in Albany next week The j magnitude of the meetings of Kadica Union soldiers is accounted for by their admis sion of all sorts of frauds ami I Thus at Indianapolis the Hoys in Blue1 j had Morton Jewell Ingersoli and no doubt thousands of other frauds who j never saw muchless ever set a squadron j in the field The great bulk of the Boys j in Blue are no doubt who are anxj ious for another war to afford them tlie opj portunity for other thefts or of skulking cowards cannot forgive their enemies for the reason llioy lUver bravely fought them September A dispatch from Barcelona to the Times notices the growing desire of the Spanish clergy to obtain the sup pression of all prolestant schools They agree that the until they are of age ttive uo right to be instructed in any religion save tbe Catholic A Pveuter telegram from Madrid says King Alfonso presided at the Cabinet Coun cil iu which addresses to tbe Protestant clergy aud diplomatic representativs of England re specting the recent orders afteetiug Pretestftut worship were THE EASTERN TROUBLES if September The TimesV Ber to bobeld at Newark N October 25 The members of the New York city Board of Aldermen aud about COO police officers went to Philadelphia by early train Thurs day to participate iu the reception heldthere by Governor Tildeu Iu Wash ingtonucity Carrie Hamilton has lias entered suit against Lizzie Snow claiming damages for injuries inflicted upon her person and while Miss Snow was in a tautrurn a few days since Both are notorij ous women Thursday was a regular field day at the Centennial paid admissions footing up over the largest number on a single day si dee the opening Governor was presentand had a reception but being able to shake hands with all was It fowarc briefly addressed the as j 00 Y T1LDENS VJCSDf CATION COMilSHTS OF THK PEKSS The New York Democrat referring to l Dispatch to lie IJiutiuiore FKOM WASHINGTON SUOUJUJKUBTKAr TOUTICIAKS N September The Soldiers nd sailors National Itcform Association of hich Geueral Joe Iluuker is president lias een mukiug uuder tbe direction of Colonel auiels tbe secretary u cauvass of the pollli al opinions of the soldiers aud sailors of the Juiou This canvass bus been made through o different county committees aud it includes jo hundreds of thousands of the men who did no fighting but who did not wear shoulder traps These latter ure almost tbe only kind of sol iers who are seen at the Boys in Slue gath riugs gotten up by Gen Dix aud other worn ut politicians result of the canvass From tbo New York COY TILDBNS INCOME TAX Tho statement which we publish this morning from Judge Siuuott with tho letter from Mr Hewitt completely explodes the absurd calumny which has been set on foot against Mr Tilden iu reference to his in como tax in the year 1862 Tho allegation has been made by the New York Times that whereas Mr Tilden had in that year an income derived from various specified sources of he only returned as true income and thereupon the Times accused him of fraud iu conceal ing the real amount and of perjury in swearing that his return was true These made by tbe Soldiers icluriu Associutiou is aud that Sailors National majority of tbe llo sluiament and ilr Siauotla answer We leave these djcnincuts to spsak for them selves not evea pausing tooay to comment upon the indecent share taken by the Government ol tlie United states in bolstering up this refuge of lies which tumbles now aboiu the ears of its builders by sending ou papers frpui the public archives at Washington 10 be used in giving color to partisan falsehood published iu a partisan The Hew YorK Tribum republican says lin dispatch says IPtie Porte is ready to ac cord a prolonged armistice provided Russia suspends sending officers and volunteers to There are already Russians in Servia The says Telegraphs Vienna correspondent Tbe Kussian Charge do Affairs refuses expressly to consent to the point against the lu ilui of liussiaus into THE JSOitTIIFlELD BANK BOBBERY ST September the Northfiuld bank robbers surrendered one was killed three were called Younger badly iu the hand aud back another badlv in tbe jaw and shoulder aud tbe other HI the arm Txvo of the prisoners were slightly wounded The wounded robbers confess that oue of their number is one of the Younger brothers but refuse to give the name of their dead comrade GiiOKGKTOwx September courthouse aud several adjoining buildings were burned yesterday Loss The re cords were saved Tildeui answer appears complete hotbeaded partisans have wantonly paraded sup posed items of his income in the year 18li2 This was ft foolish thing to do and uotOdy will bo sur prised to Hud that tbe Governor is able in nearlv every case Wshovr that thu item as stated is in The Tnbun however agrees that Governor Til i in not promptly renderj the Tears between 1S82 i A Wis lived aud died is advertised for rent Befor moving to this place Geueral Wise for a lou time resided iu the house of Chief Justice Mar shall comer of 9ih and Marshall streets house much coveted by Chief Justice Chus who more than once expressed hia dstenuiua tiou to buy it llev A K Dickinson of the edito of the lielijrious Herald hits made two a tempts to dedicate Magnolia churcli which somewhere iu the country between Norfol aud Petersburg and has beeu prevented b rain lie informs me that be will try again Dr Dickinson is constantly travelling throng the State planting the standard of the churn in new fields lie is as good a preacher a editor which is saying a gnat deal Wit possibly one or two exceptions the Iteligiou Herald which is owned aud ediied by him and Dr Jeter is the most valuable newspapi property in Virginia They have made it what it is by conducting it on strictly business principles allowing uo churcli interference with their management and giving to their readers their moneys worth in quality aud quantity of reading matter It is understood that the Massachusetts Building on the Centennial grounds has been oflered Governor Keniper wherein to hold his reception on Virginia day I take it for grant ed that Governor Ketaper will bo present as it would be great gratification to thousands of i Virginians aud descendants of Virginians He has the uumiugof the day Though contributes nothing to the Exhibition except au ligyptiau mummy her people have as liberally patronized the Centennial as visitors as any State of like population iu the Union CHESTEK THE BRAIN ASLEEP defenders of the Union arc strongly opposed to he perpetuation of Grautisui and sectional inimosity in the election of Hayes and Wheeled fflOUllES K1JOM MAINE It has now been ascertained that in making up the resuli of the Maine election for trans mission over tbe country the calculations were deliberately falsified in the interest ot the epublican party so as to have an effect on he Western elections Tho real Ktpubican majority is uuder SOUTH CAROLINA POLITICS It ib by uo mena calculated that the South Jaroliua will be able to induce the AttorneyGeneral to recommend tbat more troops be sent to South Carolina Gov Cham berlain and South Carolinians who are expected did not arrive here aud it is stated that Judge Taft will leave tonight to commence his campaign speeches iu Ohio THE T1HKVES Todiiy the Department of Justice received from Long Branch the papers in the case of Uessiug aud three others of the Chicago con victed whisky thieves cooimuling their sen tences to three months imprisonment and fine marked approved by tho Presi I he panics have already served three months and will be released on payment of the fine The Attorney General today for warded tu the President Jor his approval the papers commuting the sentence cf four distil lers aud rectifiers at Milwaukee Both the district judge aud the district attorney at Mil waukeeuuued in recommending the commu tation DEMOCRATIC SOLDIERS OF THE UJsION TO HAVE A MEETING WASHINGTON September follow ing address issued from the headquarters ol the Soldiers aud Bailors National lielorm sociation iu this city explains itsef To the Union Soldiers and Sailors A grand mass convention of Union soldiers and sailors iu lavor of reform in the National adminis tration will be held in the city of Albany N ou Thursday October 19th 1S7G Com rades your attendance at this convention is earnestly requested iu order that the country may understand that its defenders not only desire reform iu national affairs but that they also desire the electiou ol Samuel J Tildeii as ChiefMagistrate to preside over the istratiou of the Government and that they believe in his Klatesmauship bis patriotism and his integrity of character Veterans on arriving in Albany are request ed lo report to the secretary for enrollment Signed MajorGeneral Joseph Hooker presi dent Colonel B U Daniels secretary tain J M Butler corresponding secretary General J W Denver General A S WiU Hams Colonel P U tfouke Colonel C G Alesbire Mojor Jos Brown executive com mittee The enrollment already made nt these head quarters shows conclusively that a majority of Union soldiers and sailors are not in favor of the perpetuation of Granlisui iu the election of Hayes and Wheeler as slated by General Dix and other Republican leaders but favor of reform and the election of Samuel J Til den to the presidency Signed 15 J DANIELS Secretary SOUTJIELIN MEN IN CONGKliSS The New York Herald Hays A Western Republican organ recounts the unber of members of the present House of broad and sweeping charges were made by the Times without any olhcr evidence than its own supposition that Mr Tildens income was large in that year aud Judge Siiinot who at that Viine was Mr Xildenn confidential law clerk aud quite as familiar with his business as Mr Tildeu himself comes Toward to contradict tliis statement Uatly and fully Taking up the different items slated by the amounting in the aggregate to Judge Sinnott shows that most of tbeiu are entirely destitute of truth that Mr Tilden was not employed in that year by the cor porations alleged by the and re ceivcd nothing whatever from them tbat out of thirteen different items nine were pure ly Cclilions lhat one item of was true only to the extent of aud that the other two items of each were true bul that the money was mostly earned in years before the income tax was imposed and accordingly was not subject to taxa lion and finally he reaffirms that after deducting inlerest and losses which accrued during that year Mr Tildens whole net in come was and no more This disposes of the allegation both of fraud andjjerjury and it leaves Ihe Tiiucb in a veryunenviable posilion aa having made charges of such gravity without any foundation or any reason other than tho imagination and ingenuity of their thors Further light is also shed on this subject by tho fact slated by Mr Hewitt in his letter that immediately after the publicatiun of these charges he plied lo the Secretary of the Treasury for an official copy of tax returns of both Mr Tilden aud Mr Hayes and that up to this day the Secretary has not seen fit to make any reply to Meanwhile however and withoul any delay he has furnished to Iho Times one of Ihe documents which he has thus refused to Mr Hewilt in order that the Times might have a facsimile of it engraved for publication This indicates very clearly a conspiracy against Mr Tilden on tho part of certain Federal officeholders in wnich they use their power as agents of the Gov ernment to propagate false and groundless charges against an eminent citizen simply because he has been nominated as a candi date for From tho WHITE SLAVERY IN WILKES COUNTY 17 YEARS OF BONDAGE TO A DKUNKJ5N DISSOLUTE NEGIUX KEA1 READ WHITE MEN OF THE WEST WiLKESBORO N September 12 Editor Sir facia of White as found to exist in tho counties of Jones and New Hanover arc very juslly attracting the attention of the voting masses to the tendency of liulical or Tha Philadelphia TinKS inilepeiiJent republican T after reading Judge a 3 liable to interruption by other ripples fiirni The Sinnots statement will be surprised at Hie men dacity that has charactemed Governor Tilclsns ac cusers now have the answer Ucm by item with a minuteness of detail tbttt 1oibids tho possi bility of evasion or concealment and mind will fail to regard tho Democratic candidate for President as fully The Philadelphia Tikgrajn a republican paper expresses the opinion that every unpreju diced person who peruses Judge Sinnots statement be satisfied that tho charges against Mr Xildcn lie ripples of ideatiou get larly caused So 1 confused iiul agoin Lhtrcircfa on the pool may not be interrupted uud then the ideation will be regular Tbe cur rent of ideatiou may be coherent or inr coherent The most vivid association In these instances the civil as Keprcsenlnlivcs who served in the rebel array and complains that so should now be sent to Cutifru number of them were uiadi committees supremacy in my of them i and that a chairmen of It speaks of Confederate and tries to alarm its readers black Republican rule the people see not only advocated by partisan leaders but also ab solute social equality of tho race under the sanction of law us administered by the chosen executors of tbat law under radical1 iarri The object of this communication howev er is to show that not only in those eastern countiea where there is a majority of ne groes does this thing of whites enslaved to the negro exist but even where ninetenths of the people are of the white race By reference to the records of tbe probate court of this Wilkesj county it which is commonly the latest dominates over the rest Dr lleid the metaphysician ouce dreamed of being there was a blister upon bis head Dr Gregory from having a bot tie of hot water at his leet dreamed of vvitllciug are absolutely aud unqualifiedly laiie and he j f visceral conditions are satisfied with tbo answer Spoakiug of it us si dream offcasts the thirsty of water thedropsi contemptible farrago of halftruths aud Cll Dr Ferrier happily compares and promises to rcturc to tho charge ygainst Mr tit dreatniti to the changes in a kal eidoSThe is iiothin nef York Manufacturing Company has been par tially burned Loss A large num ber of operatives are ousted DliKAELl ON THE EASTERN SITUATION Xew York The Earl of JBeaccusOeHl lias made x public speech on Eastern aUairsln which tie hetrays sonic irrita tion Tho Servian war he considers a purely frau dulent work of secret societies operating through Servia The temper cf the British peop which he admits has forced a popular conclusion opposed to tlie conviction of the Government lie deprecates and deplores Stidi a temper he says would precipitate England into war lie for his Government the obtaining or au indefinite armistice aud he i eidoscope There is nothing new in the blind do not dream that they see deaf of music Iu such cases there is from the font of type Our u letter and excite their hostility to Southern men not on the ground that thesemisconducted themselves iu Congress but on the score that in the late war they served in the rebel army This is a very unworthy plea and is besides more calculated tooliend decent and thsnghtful Republicans than to win votes The war is over What tbe best interests of the country demand is that all parte shall send their ablest men to Congress In the Southern States as everybody knows and as Geueral Sherman and other Union oilicers long ago recognized the brains and ability did go in the rebel army It is very natural therefore that men who served in that army should now be chosen to go to Congress It is not only natural but right JJrains ability influence character must tell in every community aud ought to It is the fault of the Republicans themselves that the brains of the Southern States are now generally ranged on the Democratic side THE FOUJiTH DISTRICT Virginia of ISallimore Virginia will certainly go for Tilden and is shown tbat on the 5th AD 1872 one Wm A clay of February Woods a white i j fancy is j Hcndricksby a lunjonly of several thousand rnsn rom e on dream and the acuities which it js almost certain that the State will send a should check ii are asleep Ucuee it is tbat solid Conservative delegation to Congress Ol uotbiii surprises us in Mis die nine representatives only oue btoweli ol celhuvin Popular Science for the Petersburg district is now Republican T i 1 f f ti 11 f i i In this Petersburg district the Conservatives have nominated Win E Hinton for Congress A CINDER THE CAUSE OF DEATH and the Radicals have two candidates in the Kaleijjli i field Joseph Jorgeusen white postmaster of We learu from J H Mills the brolherin1 Petersburg and DeMortie colored Capt Sam orphan boy of the age of three years andfiix months was bound and apprenticed to one Jordan Chaves him to obey as his iighifiil master until he shall have arrived at the age of twentyone years Now Mr Editor this Jordan Chaves the master of ihis white boy is an old issue free negro one lo who for many years previous to the binding of this boy had been addicted to excesses of drink so much so that his house and home was spoken of by his neighbors 39 a kind of pandemonium on earth Let while men remember lhat this act of enslaving a poor white orphan to a ne gro here in the while mans county of W Likes was done by one who slands pre eminetly high in the esteem of the Eadical parly by one who when repudiated by tiic white men of his county at the ballot box was taken up by the national administra tion aud comfortably quartered in the eiiue department waere for the promotion of his party purposes he does not scruple to parade before the public gaze a myste riously gotlen private letter Let the white men remember that while negro slavery is a tiling of the past and all say amen at the polls is the place lo stop Ihe enslaving of while orphans to no groes and cast their votes against the can didates of the socalled Republican party A CITIZEN or THE SOUTH CAROLINA TROLDLLs c o TI which were unUur consideration CHARLESTON September armed were as could be given of negroes iu AiUeu cowoty dispersed upon the Tiewof the situation in the East appearance of the large fore whites The apprehensions of serious figutmg are quieted Ior the present but several attacks by ncgtoes ou isolated plantation nouses are reported great uneasiness prevails throughout the county hostilities 3 is an optimists It is not likely tj lie well received by iho English people who bavi been so highly excited by rcpom of Turkish atru cities lhat uotUiug short of drivips the Moslems wit A calico ball was given by the people of a town in Kansas for the benefit of tho that his i hvTobereguiarly nominated and each fight Presbyterian church Although a consider ableamount of money was raised the church refused to receive it because it was the re sult of such a carnal and ungodly proceed or the lue otun IUUL ma jio lv r began his recent visit to the i ing tbe other with more and rancor than ine Co n in this citv on which occasion he j he does Hinton With the enemy thus dmd y iy a railroad cinder in his eye 11 troubled j cd Uinton has an excellent chanceof success received by Iho English people who b Highly excited ly rcpoita of Turkish il uotUiug short of driving the Moslems seems tolerable The which Disraeli placidly waits for have been RIVOM so i j consult an optician often and so oltoo dibrfKtrdcU that this tare and I to such a of U u ST n Y prera that he iifs eye to and as he succeeded iu being c sician in Nash county and was given some j State Senate from negroinfested to bathe it worse J U aman elected to the Petersburg vokc a iresh gust of indignation LONDON Septeaiber special lo the Times irom says Tweed was sent j yesterday to Corruna where he embarked for icport of a murder 1 committed ia an isolntfd cabin on the farm of Mr ATKOCIOUo CRIME Bedford The vicinity of Thsxtona Switch i the doctor advised him to lie did so and the his eye seemed to be i getting well but a New York paper engaged to write an article on North Carolina politics and toiling late at night over this article his eye inflamed again and it is thought the inflammation struck the brain i ties The dispatch announces that oue thousand troops have left Corruna for Cuba oil about four Oclock onTniirsJav in vlsilinstlO of this t rased v a and threw him into the fever from which dial he 1IK ROGUES ilAHCH IN SOUTH CARO LINA Honest Dan Chamberlain aad Honest John Patterson have clasped hands across tbe bloody ing aa the calico Yet these Jaraway Western churches will send to New York and beg for money being glad enough so get it even from the Block brokers of Wall street who may have accumulated it in the unhallowed business of gambling in puts and calls There are people who will strain at a calico ball and swallow a whole Stock Exchange Nat Thaxioii inelaat Ou liulc girl about four years of age was loiiml uiiTiM I i vv i oil thu hearth dead and ier sister about It years MAK11AL i0K IUL bOLIlI of wi3Vieatoii almost huo ft dyias coaauion D September i the professional opinion is that she New York Herald says The declara cover two colored children tionof martial law again So the South rc were the ouly was lonniiitteu among the near probabilities and is now under j consideration if tlie present state of affairs becomes COUNCIL OP j IIKYKXNK September rook and Sheridan lire a ol war at Korl of KiuJ as the ed from toalimoiiy taken Ot the jury Rev Alfred Tsley of the North Carolina Virginia Christian Conference is lOAil Mr liihn oi SulloU lii 1 The 1iji reports a light between Cannibals of the Nohwauisa tribe ami forces under Captain Knolleys The fleslveaters fortified themselves in caverns and numbers of whites were killed and wounded but were starved out and seventy of them captured The Cuban insurgent cnief Colonel was killed in action near i Principe recently chasm opened by tbe Charleston Hot and j George II Kussell Chamberlain once more reposes on the bosom San Francisco wrote this Wear pro of X rcpnlrJtepnblicttn parly with a refer death to seeing you and your children m nominal for n L pooket After want for the necessaries o lifc If I could his brief infill fever of reform Chamberlain port you and them I would to live but ir the State j for several years we have been in want most of now rallies to his support and aa earnest of the Preferring tbe good lime coming Moses the robber ilcv Dr II improve virry i has been nominated for the Legislature with a promise of thu Spcakersliip ot the House Of Representatives Patterson is right I ulel j is fwe years ot good stealing yet left in Puerto I Soulh Carolina Colonel David Dnrfec of Rhode Island was recently killed by a all from an npplctrce He was ninetyfive years old wife and children death to seeing his destitute and therefore letwiog them to shift for themselves seems like bad logic William Tilt Evelyn the regular correspon dent of the New York Times in Fans was a colonel in the Confederate army He is ot an old Virginian family a scrupulously well dressed man of the cavalier type and Ins man ners have nil the savoir Uire of gentle blood   

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