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H. A. LONDON. Editor.
The DiI'Loiuble Iraaedj at ua -
Ailm th Virir!tiii in i .ti.i(ri';ici In
American civilization, ttnd nbonld be
ft fearful waffling to men who at
tempt to subvert the law and take
Hb execution into their own bunds.
The frenzy and fury of the mob on
this occasion is aim ply appalling.
ftTWems incredible that any men in
a ctVilued comiuunfty could bo en"
pablo of such fiendish brutality.
3tot satisfied with resisting the ofti
corn of the law thh forcibly taking
A prisoner from their bands and
hurriedly putting him to death
&ut this enftrriatctl mob indulged in
such brutal excesses, treated the
ded body of their victim in so in
human a manner as would have
shocked the savage, who once
roamed our forests !
Not only this, but this I.oanoU
itvwbif they could have cau.bt him,
Would have mil In ilenlh in I be mi me
inhuman manner the Mayor ! ilu
yor o! lliel
; ,. Minaise K'Hiiin oi nine inn uiji - -. 1
City who had perilled Ins lite ami lK, lMj.lU. ;, l!;li !,0 t:ir j lav.r lroi.t. (.mnd, v.dc po.ted
wounded while protectinrf his Hed on, but they are not to be al- '"' the sTeet. iu .be imm . h,te v.
. i . , , 7 i, , , ' .. . ;., ., ., ..... ! (initv ilemtd. About ilui kthe crowd
prisoner ar, ui-scnari nir in ; :ii v.
When such things ,.Vcur in (Jl'.j
.nntKV wet! m.-i -ill .r.,...l , U-r-.t.t, !
uecome aiarmco. lor Uu re i.- no te
ing where the end xv ill be.
The most disti-esi ng icai tire of tl
tragedy was that innocent bu kei
on should have siilivied v,;tii :!
guilty assailants. I'm tlii-. .e.e
tbe inevitable and natnra:
mob law there is no iK.-erimin.it;-!etween
guilt and innocetice.
The Stati's in Congress is about
the same as it was last week. Tbe
opponents ol the repeal ol the Sher
man law are still disenssin it in tbe
Senate, ami it i.- uueeitain when the
discussion will closo and a vote be
to-terr. The advocates ol the repeal,
although apparently in the majority,
aro unwilling to force a vote, as it
would seem to bo a stilling of i! is
enssion. Thus far the Senate has
done nothing but talk.
in the llouso an exeunt pi
discussion will be had on the
repeal tbe Federal el. vi :,,:i
but the bill will be pa-sed
month. It now seems prol ab
this extra session ol IV.ngiv. will
continue until tho regular es.sion.
which begins on the tir-t Monday
in 'December. It now look like
'Congress will be iu a continuous
session lor nearly a whole year. The
tariff bill is being properly prepared
the- House Committee on Ways ami
A Novel arrangement has been
inade between the Kichmond Tu.u ,
a-democratic paper, and tho Ib'eb
moud .S't,a populist paper, A very
exciting campaign is being carried
on in irginia, and, in order that !
the readers of each paper may read!
the arguments on both sides dui-in-'
tho campaign, each of thoso two
papers will publish onco a week, j Mul . 1V,,hean Se,iators,'tur ami
Until the election, an article prepared against the hill, bad a regular mou
by the editor of tho other. That is,' kf)' "" pf'rot time among them
the Times will publish every we. k i ,";lvc't, 11 ' '-'cted that the at-
. , . . , f. , i tempt to reach a vote bv means ol a
-an article prepared by the editor o .' . .i v . ,
. r ' continuous session ol the Senate wil
me oun, ana tne zun will publish
n article prepared by tho editor of
tho Timea. In this way the ques
tions at issue botween tho democrats
and populists in Virginia will be
discussed so thnt the arguments of dent Cleveland is still confident that
each side will be rend by the other! the- bill can he passed and for that
side. j reason declines to consider anything
A - in the shape of a compromise.
' . ... . .. t.'Iaus Spreckles the sugar king.
AfcLifAST torollices under Messrs. Wus i:i Washington a few'day, ag
Llias and Simmons are now on the for the purpose ot gelling his lingers
"ragged edge", and in a state ol ; in the Hawaiian pie, but cut siiort
much anxiety and uncertainty be- j li's "Xui' vl"-'" learned that the whole
cause of tho present uncertainty i "iUlto.r vias f1''. itU': !'"r Mt
, . ., .. . , the ad in l nistriit nil : is eoiicei'iied , a nd
about the confirmation of then- ap- j ,l;al Vroli.M Cleveland is only
pointmonts. While it seems proba ' wailing tor the Senate U dispose ol
ble that the iipjioiiitnienl of -M r. i lhe Voorhees L i i betuie he .-end i it
Simmons will be eoi.lirnmd.yet there! 11 sl"Jt';;i1 n-cs-.nge on Hawaii, u-ccom
ismuchdoubtaboi.ttl,ec,i!1i;rmmio!,l!':,,,lil'1 tv.i:'': p,Tf''I.
, in noniniiiting v. iiliaui i. ll u n-
iwtfir. riias. aenaior ancu i.- vig-'
orously opposing Mr. Klias and may
secure enough republican and pop.'
ulist Senators to vote with 1,'m to :
...i. jiui-uim iinvo oecn maao io
, i . i .. i .
bblievo that Cleveland aud Congress
Mave "killed nilvei-'' r-w 1 1.,. i-
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tl ana that silver coins are now
worthless. It is passing strange
that any person or persons should
bo so credulous, so easily deceived.
Aud it is also strange that even the
third party leaders should circulate
so absurd and ridiculous a rumor,
Jrof course such a deception ami
falsehood tan be refuted so easily
that it will recoil upou thoso who
'jiavo circulated it.
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J CnARi.o'i i k Oii-KiiVKK of hiit
Sunday publishes a letter wir.ten by
Dr. II. T. Bal.r.son, of Salem. p
IJepresetitativo U. P. (irmly, of Hup
,j 1 eountv Which y Uiid!.nttcdlv
. . . . ,
etie of the richest, rarest and raciest
that it has ever been our pleasure to
(From our Rwular Oorreeooudeut.J
Washington, Sept. 21. S'X.
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1 ' iK-uienani, uurro ,u .u,
, . . !
ul . tho llouso pn.po.scd lo put ; ? u'ith tbe market, where 8
ii-Hia-luiil guiomsuponropubla-aMjl cotu, t produce, into
vi i, iv no
filliuiistonn' amnt me repoi ung
of the Tucker hill tor tlio repeal of
ail laws authorizing the prcconco of
l". S. ofticials at elections, was a
pleasing' sight to democratic eyes.
Uecauso the democrats ot tho House
in the udoiaion of regular rules bad
l I.. I ...... i . I lninr.U tin
mini 1-aui-i.hm, .-.. -
. I... rnini mans assumeti
tliat no check would be put on their
iillibusteriug. They were given a
ireo rope tor awhile because there
was not a quorum ot democrats pres
cut, but as soon as a quorum of
democrats was on hand they were
effectually squelched by an order
reported " trom the committee on
Utiles and tho bill was reported to
the House. This order was not the
result ot any assumption of power
by u single individual, as were tin;
rulings ot Tom I.Ved when he was
Speaker ; it was aulnorixcd by a
deauirraliu caueus. as
! always should he. Tbe
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l.i lus !i ii we
Id name any rea-
mow en m nioeusiei .i-.n'i '
upon it aid r legitimate debut
i The niiiiiie laivtl bearings Were
i eine!iu!ed thi wei !.a..d the lieino
j em is .in 1
. I! ...... w.,.. i m
ire i.osv at work upof,
. I ' inMig.l t lie Ii !! Ill i'CI'
ol .lays were leA.r llian were, mven
i-V .'!l.e o! lhe . ti.er 1 Hi Hi i 1 1 ee-.
iiiere t i I. I. tin en:i.'!'.U
lee than was evei j:iv. u b.-lle for
j i.l he hea "ii:'.:s. 'i.a'riuaii Vi:.on.
si'eaiiiii." ot lhe ma halation "I tl
ew tar'.ll bi'.i said : "The democratic
. . . , ... . . , i ,,,.,
meintiei's win worli tom'iiicr. some
,.t the schedules will be prepare I by
allot tbe. lemoe.ats together, while
oili.-rs will he ivh rr.-d to sub ,,,,-
i mi.lu'l's W r'TI'5"."1"."'.'. :rcVH,"M.t.
revised by the lull deu.ot l atn
, mi in oe i si. , ii i 'i n.e n mi mi i n . . i -
I . ,, :ii i , e n I,..., i i... iell u ill
be completed, but it will require
j mure lime than some ol those who
have never bad a laritl' bill to pre
I pare seem to tb.lik ne'-ess;iry. We
j might tlx up a measure in very short
order, but it is not that kind of a
' hill w ii want to present to ihecoi.n
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i ,' '. . v ..... ..iiu-.-oii !
-l ejiielllaled He- ;
- '' I 'm-i
so manv tests to i
ihj -i ltd when en- j
Sii'. ii ii measure j
siicecs-Milly bur- ,
iiowever, lose no:
pre i.-iit it to t he i
u hieb i an still, d
i wl,i-:. it .id he s;
; acted into a la w.
i as this cannot be
I ried. We sb.all.
, lime, are! hope to
llouso at the eardcsl possible nio
i men! consist. nt wilii I i.o imp .'itaiit
' interests involved."
j Several times this week the Senate
j has aroused public expectation by
appearing t ho on the cvo of ;he
liual contest over tbe Voorhees re
ieal bill, but the end is not y.t.
Senator Mills, i I Tcx is, u ;i.!e one
ot the strongest ppccchc ot the weel-,
in lavoref repea!: Senator ','oorhees
made a characteristic explanalioi:
of his poi.tiun, iii an.-wer to i-rili-eisius
because he has not lurcvd a
vote, calling the attention of ih
country to the fact that it is simply
impossible to torci a vote under the
l','0SL', 11 Tim 01
which have not been materially
eli . ii, in. .1 l,n- MI..I-, lli.il. ,.;,rl,li- m.ir.
be made in a lew days, (the daily
sittings have already been lengthen
oil) and it Unit fails the bill will
either have to be abandoned or a
compromise reached by concessions
Dom KKics no adopted. 1 rest
blower, ol New V
'k, to si; eeed to
lei,. ot Uiioile
'.lie V iiCitl cy in the
lei; bv ihe death oi
h.-.d, lu. 1 J J. V.u.
I.-'a-. I. lo be A i.s'o!
l'l-c- I'l.-li : C;cv.i;'.ie
s; :; i is.' "n the poll
it i.-i i
to ! ink- !
a double i
in. oi .-. 'i gculieiui-n
ic. . oi ij.e.ii en lie
.lie j o-l-
cell iiom- j
lions to which tiu-y h ive
inated i.s coi.ee
l ny till
'will be no trouble aboat, their cons
tiiits Threatened Willi Fire.
DiiANnoN, Miss, Sept. 2t. The
Wuito Cappers in Eastern Missisnipj i
and Western Alabama have posted
notices on tho doors of i vrry giu lu.u?e
that ii' a bale of cotton is ginned be
foio the price shall have reached Hi
cents the offender's property will be
In the country v ithin a radius of
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100 miles of Hrandou it is estimated
i i-uvic uiu ucm ij uuu luunsuini
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gum. aveiagu.g .in on! put (.( five bales i
f,- , v, days. There ait not i
'Sr'ty of liie--.. gii.a mnv iu oper.ilion, i
! nt a hnudivd balea of cotioi I
luiv,: l'C" rccivt'l ,lt ,ho rtilroJl iu I
. Kaslera Mississippi this scaron. l'i.-i
j (i ..iji.nlufo liotecliou irt assured I Ik- !
giuimrsby tho State none of them vi 1 .
.steam i:p for weeks to come.
A Terrible Tritsjody.
Roanoke, Ya., September 21. Oue
of tbe uiost dastardly crimes iu the
history of Roanoke occurred at about
10 o'clock Wednesday mornine
Henry S. Bishop, aged about 50 years
ana a re6prctaiie wniie woman irom
! Clovei dale. eight miles from this citv.
i ft net,ro naluPllTL ''
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UUI. ILi-vl luncuPllillll) uuu I uuuuu lici
of her pocket book ; containing lens
than 2. The woman was left for
dead, but managed to revive a few
moments later and crawled up the
street where she told her stoiv.
Tbe fiend in tbe me antime escaped
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tiou given by Mrs. Bishop, boardiu
an outgoing train. A colored man
jumped on the car ami grabbing tbe
criminal tbe two fell to the ground
A crowd immediately surrounded the
piisouer and threats of lynching were
loud and frequent. Detective W. W
Baldwin seized the man, holding the
crowd at lay with bis revolver, start
ed on horseback with the frightened
negro behind him. He rode to the
saloon where the woman had been re
moved and she po.-itivt ly identified
him. He was then taken to iail. A
j crowd gathered around the jail and
; ki ft increasing as night approached
: t -..,'..!. ...L- lli l;,.,ir..-il.-i T.n rlil .Til I'll 1 1
" v , , , , . i
, irv niaielii-d t'
11-41 llll I. Ill ll,
i . . , ,
I ! l,Mn,i.,..t ni.n from
ti:u weiuit v ot tbe woman's home.
hea led bv' Mrs. l;!8h..pV son. a lire
man on the Xoifolk .V Wtoturn liail-
Al eight o'elock a pei'iion of tbe!
i.;nl K,hl! 1 al a side uJoi" of the !
wiuie the uiil.titt and .Mavo.
lout bad retired. lhe suooln g
::. coiu.iu-l.e. v! In the mob and the
:: or . I.mI
. i e ! hen
.d a vol!-'
:i t'i'.e too'. The militia
idelf-.l io n-tnrn the tin
-..in : ii! 22 i ale- v.a-
i . ii i. 1 1 ;. ,l
mat, hooui nine uieu uc nuit-ii ui
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tiro and un n,orM wounded
f he,u f''-v. 1a le
i -tement caused by the vol ey, the
1 1 ni'uni was uihcu ui.iu mr jau in
; oJiccr Hint men it .!, i mi iieini mnt
1 wiiuti led were l '.-moved to a dl ll
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'stoie and to Ilci lheis 0i t eaii phy
I The militia theu di.-persed and lefi
the scene as quietly as posnible.
A rqimd of twenty im n took tin
I negro i-mnlli from time lio'.iceinen.
I just before 5 o'clock t Lis morning, j
an t hangeit him to a nicuory nuiu on ,
Nintu avenue southwest, in I lie resi
ttenee sec tiou of the city. They rid-
d I !v v.:,!i hi.!. !-. and h fi
o ! h
1 h.s is Mnv
1 lOl.L il ielld.'
A eoioiiii s ji.iy i I biisine.-s i:n r.
viewed lhe body of the lngio and
ui. di led nurdtctot "ileal hat t!o
hands t I i! iiknowii iiif'il. ' Thuusand.
i f j'c.'ple visiu .ithi seeneof the lynch
iaa btiweeti d:.viis;ht a.;d ISiii'.l o'eloek
i.en the body v. ,s c;t down. Afti r
I tne jury eomplele.l the wolk the bodv
j was piaeed in I lie Lands of ellicers,
'who were unable to keep back th.
mob. Thi.-e hundred men tiled to
Lhiig the body through the sheets oi
(tie toe. p. but lev. Dr. Caniple'l.
I pastor of tun First Presbyteiian
j church, aud (.'apt. U- H. Mooruinu.
j with pleas aud main strength prevent
Ciipt Moorman hired a wagon and
hid tho body put iu it. It was then
conveyed to the bank of the Roanoke
river, about one mile from tho seen,
of the lynchiDg. The negro was drag
ged from the wagon by a rope ubout
two hundred yards. A pile of dn
lumber and brush wood was placed
upouthe body, leaving only the bend
bare. The whole was satin aled with
coal oil nnd a match applied. The
body was consumed withiu un hour.
The cremating was witnessed by sev
eral thousand people.
Tho mob threatened at ono time to
bury tbe negro iu Mayor Trout's yard
There is much indignation against
Mayor Trout and the military.
Threats of vengeance have been open
ly made. Capt. Bird, commander oi
tho niilitia, has left town. Mayor
Trout has also disappeared and Presi
deut luckn r. of the city council, is
Excitement is running high. There
is now talk of the citizens holding an
indignation meeting and it is rumored
on the streets that thieats aro being
made to burn the town unless satis
faction of some sort i.s len.Iered.
Crowds, throng the stieei.i ui,.l a!i
tho public ji'av.i;.i. Tl.de is an iui
mensci crowd in front o'.'O.tkey ami
Vv'uoiw iiio's. niide.i tiikei s, where seven
of the duad bodies lie.
IbuNo-iR, Va , Sept. 2:1 While tin
recent sad occur! enco was the eliiid
topi.; id couver.-al'.ou ii. Uie iity
terday.uud wl'.ere there is still a stioi
.in,', bitter feeiiugon '.he part ol ai.uui
ti 'i oi eitrzei:- auainst i..e autboiitie.-.
there v. i io no demons'. -niious, galb
enng. - or ouiiireaiis m.niy. i,i,:v uie ,
icg.iiai j .. ii. e oiuceiu ue oi. i.uiy ami j nooce. J Ii.; t'am Wus INggett u,e.i
there is h.ttie vi m vh.iationoi the t stopped. In their attempt to crd.r
laws. There was, perhaps, more am- j !. thc-y ihought was lb. t xjms
mated converHitiion carried on about i ear, tho robbe.rs"wcre met by a dead
the late riots than on the day pieced J v volley of bullets. Two of the lob
iog, but tho cause of this was likely j bers were killed and thrc capt. .red.
that on Satuiday moro men were idle j The jai.g made a lively light. Twi n
and on the streets. There were a iy fivo shots were fired on each side,
large number of strangers iu the city, fho officers were uninjured. Dim of
allof 'bomvisitfcilthejai!,c.ourthouBe the robbers escaped but his capture
and scene of the battle. All the un- ! is expected.
icuiunaie victims nave oeeu imrieii
and it is now shown that all the wound
e 1 will ivcover.
Tho coioner's jury coutinuod its
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f! , i? i',f .tUu ,U',U :ftt. cou'l,u"-
, . .. . ., i i , i ,- I turiuaruiiiill increase oi n.oo vioicuce,
stances at the iail and slated purlieu i . , " -. ... .
. .;aud eiiioimng upon its ministers to
,1,rly bft U',t' 1'1d "''ph'-y 1 do what they can to arrest this wide-
i . J. xu.l'" , "" . spn-id and mcivaHii. disregard of j
' .';''r. 'J.?. t V' ZJul t!,,! i:,Wt tbo very founda-'
Wwij.oitMiio upon thi in. , Uou of Kovf,rnnicllt lkIll llliuia.
The total enrolment of students at j fering to the most corrupt passions
the Stato 1'niversitv is .'Uiit. tho lartr-l of humrtiiiia urn. Tho i.astors were:
est number since lSHO. The uumbcr j
of new stndeute is I a. !
I Itclisioiis Toll-ration.
rom two Hew Vork Wi-i-i.i.
The "A. P. A ," or "American Pro-
teetive ARsoeiation," is a conspiracy
i auiciiwuou -
which originated in Pennsylvania. It:
spread westward and in some of tbe
rZ ? VhT"'l0tO U1C1
i r.rr.l L',. ,.-..
'""" (,ullf '"'l, ,
in New York, and it is the duty of)
every good citizen to oppose him.clf
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i ia JUteuilUiJ IB LU ft'VMt? lUCI Ulll
Kuow-Notbing agitation which led to
so much bitterness and bloodshed
during tho fifiie. Irish Americans
are the special objects of its hatred,
but it proposes to disfranchise nil
Homan C'atliolics, at least to tho t'X
tent of prcveutiug them from holding
It is very lilely that well meaning
people have been drawn into this or
gaui.ation by the misrepresentations
it is so ready to use. It is even pos
sible that it embraces some Demo
crats among its members. All such
should come out of it at once. Ital
ways has been, it always must be,
used against the Democratic party
Nothing could bo more opposed to
t he spirit of American democracy than
the establishment of a religious test
of any kind iu politic;
It is the ri.rht of every man in this
ecui.ti v to adhere to anv religion b.e
!, s.. ,M Uuu, h.i .toe- iml ,,,,!,..
ti n m.rt .f .-..ii.,;.. i., , i..,iJw.is fine for farm work, for
crime. r,xcit lor tnut .-in-'le ii'iau
.llllll ) e nil, ,iw I I V .1 uli. .il.'i.
lit is of the im,.,t vual importance
' t'ent !l i.!M,!.l I . I 1
No man must bo kept out of offiee
!i,. tie l ait. d btates beeau-e he is a
Ui.um Caibolie, or a lVoslnteii in,
or a Methodic or a hentl en.
As long as a nian"s leligmu does
i: ,r ii.ufere with the rights of the
(.i:uiu:itity, it is not the bm uii rs of
i the eoii;i;uiuily i.ad it musi. not be
; ;; t.-l b. l td wi'li.
' Tin A P. A. is a eoii-'.p'f.iey against
' the i.b'.i welfaie. and those wnoaie
pushing it are moved bv lhe miiiip
t v. nieh l aus.ed tbn uui.-saei e of
lit.. H iriholomew ; which moved Cahin
to burn Sirvetus. which animated
Clavei house when ho was liding do-.vn i ,!:x d Mr.Diekens were to be mar
aud butchering the Scotch Coveu.ui : .! ti the ciose of the set vies. The
This is the nineteenth century. The
twi iilielh cent ury is almost here. We
will not go back to the Dark Ages.
Krligious liberty must and bball be
mauilaiued in Ameiica
Senator (ioidon's Views.
.IU.MA. i.V., Sept. 21. Senator
John 1. t.Jordon has w
i Hell a li't ler
It ;, .. till-, ss.
I . , . 1 i-ii in me
Chi iriuaii of,'
.eState l.'ailroad Commissi.. n, and j
as been imblishcd in the Atiant.i
I lo the
Senator reiiilirma bis lenity
huible .-tan. bird, and declares
is loyally to tbiit doctrine
.:iil.-e- him to advoeale the uncon
ditional l. pc.i! ol' the Snelinaii law.
Prompt action is at the present time
above all tl iiiir- iiecessai-v. Since
the House l as so overw hvliuingly ' 'paii the iM-rease in the pension fund,
declared lor repeah it would be idle j'be amounts which will be paid the
lor the Senate to a.-k it lo reverse j :il ei.i.-ses of ieiisiouers will b.
Us action. 1 1 he fame as lust j car, mom !y, $ W
Further delay, Senator (ionhm 1 lC'r1' and ?1T. Widows will i..
believes, will keep business, which ' ''' "'' hitter Mini. The increase
is impioviiig, lliisetllc.l. Nothing l"" the ' nsion taxes is not so greal
woiiid be gained ami a great deal;'1 was expected, as houio counties
would bo lost by a deadlock in both ;havo reduced the ascicssmenls on
houses. To refuse unconditional j P'Dperty.
reiieal ihrou-'h fear that tho Pr.hi- Ad Coiif.deiate soldiers disabled
tdeiit will not cooperate with Con
gress in restoring silver is lo ques
tion tho sincerity of his loiter ol
acceptance Why not, then, stand
upon tho platform which commits
tiie party to "speedy repeal!" Any
oilier course w ilt eau-e an immediate
idlock, and meantime, the coil u- '
try must suffer. j keep .mt. the eastern end of South
In conclusion, the Senator says, Carolina blown off bv a cyclone, the
that it tho party acts promptly theio , couutr- in a panic, the silveiites fid
will be inaugurated soon a financial i busteiing iu the Senate and the He
policy more liberal ami satisfactory publicans in the House, a Virginia
lo the people than they have had j mayor and uiiltia sent into exile by s
lor twenty years. j mob, a Louisiana judge openly jusli
-.... fyiug lynch law, Colorado lineal eniiig
Ullssiail Wili'sllip Probably Lost, j to secede, ruiiroud wrecks and robbeis
Sr. Peikksiu iui, Sept. 2t. The iron 'rampant, a member of Congress be
monitor Koosiilua, of tno uussiau
navy, is believed to have gouo down
in a storm whilo on her way iu the
(Julf of Finlaod from Ktval to JlcT
Much wreckage, apparently from
her. Lib been washed ashore, and Ihe
body of a Ibissiiiu m n ine was picked i
up today on tbe coast almost opposite I
the point where s!ie miiht huvo been i
during a high gale several days io." . '
The UooL-nlkapnt to sea v. itb twelve ,
officers and Kid men, all of whom ait j
believed to bo lost. j
She was buiit twenty live years ago la
and w as counted auioLg Kussia a coast
defou-e nt mor-ehi.ls.
Tt aiti I'obbers Trapped.
St. Josii.i, Mo., Sept. 2."j A gang ;
f intnidii g'ti. un robbers w. re i.i ally :
rapped last l.i' ht one mile and a L-di
ji.t this city, on t lie I ouucii l).ull s
mad Tiie roiiroiid o!!lei.ii: disco v-
jn. ,1 tbe e.mteuipluted robbery mid
fent o it u dummy train tilled with
Moh Violence Condemned.
CiiATTVNooui,Teiiii.. Sept 2.1 Tl.o
. ivouui.-ii 1. 1 JV1IU.V V 111' , ill PI-S-.U.IJ
P....1.. ... .. i.-. ...;n.. :., ......
nuiu , IP! , IlllOl'l Vt 11 nir.utll'lin
. - otidemning il, the strongest terms
"idi red to read tbe lesoi'itiof.sin full j
' - o their congregations, '
Woi'lly Went licr Crop ISuIIotf n.
Ctlitnit 0th'C, lialfujh, iV. C.
i rm. , , ,
,,,..', L li if' f ori espon 3 or
"i '7?"r Z,vl
Monday, September 25th. lSOrindMT'"- I.1'080 "re.fed, clollu-,1. sup
cate that the weather dorimr the week!
r,8 ve.rYfavoral.Iu Tim ivH Imw
1 ?.laun b. 1!?d"B ' rtV?
"".Z"" ';u"1;- 11
uall v cool for the season
i ' . , . . ,
! 'Ma.ul.v opeueu wuu reiua. Kaoio rn
! P''J- 1Ue Pjwpect8 areth.it the
i.,u"u " Ul; B ''""'
'1.,... .i iu, e ,.... ii
of peas and l ice iu progress. Irish
mi.l w..(.t i,nin .,rn!. .
in rcod condition
Kasteiix DisritirT The weather
dm ing the past week baa been nil that
could be desired warm and bright,
with very little rain. These conditions
have been very favorable for cotton,
which has greatly improved, is open
ing rapidly and being picked every
where, except iu northern and eastern
portions. Turnips and potatoes are
good, but need 11 little i aiu. Peas are
being galheied. Much corn was hint
by freshets on the Itoanoke, especial
ly oil the Penitentiary farms, but the
! inn, inn., enini.il liu DutiaD,l ...l
! ir .i.. . r . ' i
nee is u. progress, ana
I p.''i'-K.'nHr lgun
- km "Al. DlSI Iil.T -
Tbe weal her
r pickiii :
it I Oil. H.lVi'ug fodder
and htiv and
.'"H "'will". wiiuu-m oiii-iiiij;
jMl"'"-. lu mwl "ecuons. i-oimg to
, uaeei. is progltSMl.g UUllllg lUe eiear
j w''';r, and the crop is undoubted
: '.v b. low theayerago. Scet potatoes,
Pfll ,,,,a ,u"1.,l,s V'!".V K001' gencrdly.
o.vtng oats is going on aud land is
prepaid for wheat.
Kow In a ( liui tit.
Sji i :. In l! Wllmllllill !obwiii!ii'.
Wi:i !.o.N, N. C. Sept. 22. A. free
fihl oecinied in Fbenezi r Meihodist
I'. i'-. opal i iniieh in lids coiiuiv !-s.
ter.I iy I'.bii" a revival im-iliii
i i.o l ai'.ieulais of the ii;;;raei f
'' about as tollo.vs
: Liro'm rs and f.itber of I I.o young lady
ul jici'd to the liiateb and ihlealened
violence to the prospi elivo biide
jgriMiii. Shciilf Kilpatriek was noti
lii d and was in chuich to prevent a
di.-; ui -banco.
j The Hix boys forced their way to
Dickens, and then a gi mial libt en
sued. J'be sbcl ill' was knocked tiov. n.
' 1 1 iil 1 ul 11 I 1 1 1 I 1
i 'op of ' in b other iu th aisle. No
I .. . 1- I. . .... 1 .
i i ...i. i
1 lf,"siy nui i. aim as soon
as mlel' c' lw rosifi -.! thecouph
VVl'lp mi"uJ ''' '"slice Pittn.au.
The Coninleraie Pension Fu;nl.
-r' Inl i.. :la- wiiin,i.;;a.. u,:i i-.
1 I.m.i. ioii. Sept. 2:5. St. He Auditor
Furman ti !!.i mi that tLe jh usion fuml
ti i vear will closely ajq.i oxin : . t
ilH'.00U. but thai as the increase in
the number of pensioners u.ll nboii1
in the seiviie now receive pensions ii
re.-ideiits of Ninth C.uoiii.a. ()nl
one other State receives this courtesy
liad Stale of Allan s.
From Un- Cliail'iilt! oiin-i vor.
With yellow fever at Druiiswicl;.
small pox alNew York and cholera to
fore tbe courts on a c.uarge i lint 1 11. c a
his standing in tho church, and Sena
tor Irby on a jag. it looks like tLe
devil had slipped his collar sure
II Hilling on a Hit y el.'.
Kr nu tl,iSiil.m (Ore l ln lrinileni.
J unes Davis is piobubiy the first
person whoever went deer hiintii;;.
on a biee!e. He was visiting Iduuln:
last week and, as ibe country then
Is comparatively smooth and free from
underbrush, he borrowed a rifle ft on.
gentleman aud weut out for a rule
TLe inflated tire on his wheel allo.v-
ed of his travelling swiftly and uo:se
lv over the ground, strewn with pin.
needles, and before be pedaled nmliv
uiilts bo came upon an unsuspecting
doer quietly browsing just ahead of
him. Thrt result was that he killed
tho deer and returned to tho hotel
with il slujg over bis sin alders.
Shot by the (iti.tnl.
S., .-l-.l ii. Hi.- eii.n l.nii- oiw.'i'vi'r.
Wivsios, Sepl. 2:!. A white conn
ly convict named 1'lat.hcr vv:;:i killed
lo.iay ny the guard licai 11 us er town.
While iu the. woods wi.'u several con
victs theguird was attack, d by Prath
. rand two negroes. A despeitde en
counter followed. Tho guild wus
knocked down and robbed of his gnu
and the negro'-'B escaped with it. 'Ihe
guard diuw hi., pistol and shot Prath
er. He also t tanks ho hit out) of the
negroes. Two convicts did not take
p-itt in the attack hut run back uud
inloimed other guard.! what was go
I iinat in al Weatlii
T ... . o t i ul,,..i ,.
London, Sept. L.. A seveie anow
storm swept over Northern England
following an unnatural spell of watm
weather.' DispateLos from Italy say
,ll0 Apennines art covered with snow
and meteorologist, have predicted that
those em ly snows are an indication
that, Europe will havo :iu unusually j
hard winter. f
I Tho Soldiers' Hume.
ltUKI.lH. tSHllt. VI. 1 ;n I iiirr I i vniir
ltALEloii, Sept 22. During tlieypnr
; tJere Luve bw,n 8evel)ty vetf,riin;
the soldie.'s hm,,n 1,-rn. Of iI.pm.
h dil nJ sixtvlhree re-
71PU V'i1 ".?''' ' iy nnit
hsk lor is fiirnisbed Ibem Tu
annual arnmnriaiion fnr ,.;
' tonai.ee isS.OOO. For th U tVar 2
000 was Biinroiiriated for iiniir..v
melds. Three addilioual buildings
have been preiiared for tbe uae of I In
old soldiers. Some buildines bavi
i 1,1,11 lemoveu, so as to uiioid i.iori
i... i . . . . .
! Vtc0-, Var,t'us, '"'P'ovements of ti e
vo oeeu inane, una tut
iilace is more attractive and comfort
ablo than ever before. Of comse it
requires mote jifople than usual to
look after these old men, most of whom
are feeble and can do no woi k of any
kind. Mr. W. C. Slronacb gives min h
personal attention to tho home, which
is always an interesting place to visit
Fatal Knilioiid Collision.
Ktxciu iiY, Ind., Sept. 22 Klevcn
persons lost their lives iu a collision
between a freight train and a Toronto
ami Moutreul express on the Wabash
nillOlldnf this lil.ilh.n ul X 'ill L
i :.. - . .
; .- ,... a l;Poro 01 oiucrs are
i jure.l, many of wboni will die. TLe
1 f'igbf was in a siding west of tie
, depot and was bound east. The first
I M etion of lhe i xpress tmiu imsaed bv
p .....ivm ..,. ii. 111. XI IS
Miid that liie brakeman supposed that
tbe freight train would now move back
to opcu the switch. Hefoie the cars
had begun to mnvH the second section
of the fast i xplcss enme west at tin
rate of titty five miles an hour and
U'foie the brakeuiaii could turn tb
switch, dashed in the side track and
eoiiided with the freight train. TLi
wicil: was complete.
Soi-i-ii liosidx. Vn.. Sim 21! Th
I town iswraiqied in gloom. JM.
! H V.nighan wa-aeci'leiilaii v shotn.i!
iiisiiiitiiy killed je.slir.l.iy eviiiii:
.ilk'til t.ocl'.ck. together with tio
fiiend.'i be wis out hunting. Win-,
unhitching bis horse to r. u. n. b,.
go:: was aeeidentally disci. aigi d. tin
load etuering bin iefl brea.it over ti.i
he-iit, and when his friends ifaehu'
him, who were close by. he wus dead
I) !g:;r V.iiighan was tbe i i'iiaietil un.
pi'P'il.ir cb ik i f tin. county court
llil'.f.ix. at. d was beloved bv i-vc:
' '!'! , : t .i.
' 1.11-iuiin- i (...llllll iii- . ii..
; W,n Id's Fair directors has definite!-.
; . ..! i ' 1 .1 1... : t .1. . ;.; '
. :-' 1 on uv emsu m in.- f)OHinoi
;i.y ucei iirg mat UctuPer .ilbl sUai
: if the list day.
j Cb..r'es Mil el. .11 lias sigv.e I nrtielr
i oi' a; leetuelit x.Kii the('..:ii v I-! il 7!
! At! h lie Club to light Co. for tl.i
i-l 1 11 11 j ; i i i -hijiand S i'),(it)(l.nn oi aboui
I )i ci'inber IS! h next.
j Mr Willis 1!. Williams, of Pi!( coon
, ty. who for years was a State Scnutni
I explicitly deuies the i barge that hi is
I i Populist and has made spicches n
; behalf of that pally. lie s-ci s hi-
i ci.ioei ii'-y is of ti.t true Idiio" l.i id
j Tho fin n er-i of P isoii county re
! port that he ice. nt wind- and lain
iiavi damaged in.- lub-ioeo crop vcr
much and so injured the fodder en
that it will not be worth gaiheiing
A large crop of tobacco will be i mci
iu tins seetiou, but the grade will hi
jXFfa'TOHS' NOTIOK. Hvvim
. II . 1 1 1 .1 -, I ns lln ixn-iliiis-i Hip list will Hli
I, ',-iiuii. -ul nl W. K. K..U.-I..-.-, ilini iis. .1 we li.-ii'lii
n .ury hII ,irs.,im li"Mlni; i-l'ilni- hi.Iiiii mii I !
T.l.-lll I'. I'XIlllill lll ..Hill, ' t.l us "I, . ! 1-. !, e Ill,
U-.1 .l-iy ,.f Auirnsi, :s:i. ii T cum in,
AUrfa.-l ill, If'J. I. U. I'.l.lMi.
I'Mi M AM- MILL roll SALl
I I, al vnliiiil ln FA1IM an, I Mil. I. In llmll. y limn
sliii, f '1 ini-rly uwiiml l)"l'li"M,i.- 1.. I...v. Imi.IT.m
i" I St sbIo CIlEAl'.
'lli'i lHi-ai i-i'iit'iliis iilwiut iiv ncri-s, mnt Im i,ii
,.r il.l lil-nl III lll'll KKIIiill.
'Hie Mai niiki-.i lioili iiit-nl iin, I',-, iir an, I is sii'
uuu" mi 'I y ri-ll'H i-rn'k.
All Oils valilHl'ln ITi'l'iTly I- "ITi nil i ll Inns:
ri-nn'iml.li' ii'r .s. 1 i.r ruriln'i' In r. riioii I. .11 ui.
Mrs. J. W. Wal.-nii, llali'lBli. i.r In
Aug. ... imia. ii. a. uiNi'ON, Attorney.
VII kinds of LUMBLU for sale at t in
PI7TSBORO SHUTTLE MILL
CiSLIHG AwD FLOORING,
I'i.vneI' ami Kii.n Diiiku, oit Huron
Hills ie.iwt d to order t't bhort notict
(iood Ceiling aud Flooring ab end.
Dniwistii at only !?1.'JU per 1H0 feet.
Sept. 17, 18111.
TI & i v. bamaT
Ill effect .Sept. inbel l'.Ub. l.S'.td.
I'Aii.v : , 1 1 t '. Ne.'.v.
irauu.'.li. n,.i ir.
,1 K lie.-
H J.'i H. 111. SVllllillitTI'.ll,
I. I.. I'. Ill K.l.-U. villi-.
i I...-1 .. til
, I ... "
II I : tl III.
W. K. KVLF. Ucii'l 1'iuw Asfiit.
J.W. KllV. OBU'I MllOHiJlT.
Cvi-a'f, and Tnile-Mark olitttlnwl. ttd all l't
fti I'u.inoia conducted for Mooimn rtc.
Oun Ocricr 13 Opmsitc O 9. rrtnt Orrici
nd we rsii f.'i-nri' MHrni lu les tiiui' U.u ILota
remoU' fn.iu Wn.liliii-i'in.
s.'iiil tiuu... lr,i ii nr iihntn.. with di-frin
Uou. Wtf adviw, it l v ic! i ir i.01. Irn uf i
ciiun:. Our t-i.- r.'..' !:'. l'u'f'ii 't nn il. !
PArPMLIT. "H;iw luOllUl.l i jUHlr, .v.til !
riii of si .'iHt cl'-ui In jr ,ur bla'-c-uuiy.ur :
tuwn, vi-ot f.Te. AJurei", :
OW PTCMT Of. 11 . VJ'.lK'ttUT JH, D. C
TT AT T VEGETABLE
Seldom doos a populnr romody win lacb
iroiiK HolJ upon the imhlic confidence m hu
I! VLi.'a Hair Ulnuvkb. 1W5hcId whlcU
il bas ac-coiuilit Ucd a eoim4ita reloratlou of
color to luo liuir, aud Torouj liualtu to tiio
scli, are iiiiiuuii-inkle.
Old people like it for tu wonderful power to
restore to their whitening lock their original
color aud brainy. Middle-aged people Ilka It
bcrausc It prevents them from gutting bald,
kt'ipn Uundiiill away, and makes the Lair
grow thick ami s',ioii. Young indies like it
us a drt'ssin Iiccuum.' ii girt-a tbo hair a beau
tiful giu.')' ln.-lr,', mid i-nablos thvm to dross
it in nhatevcr form they wi.-li. Thus it U tbo
favorite of ail, nnd it lias becomo (0 siiuply
becuuiiv it Ujiippoiuli no one. "
FO THE W1USUKK3 ;
linn become ono of tlie nioft linport.-uit popu
lar ti'ih t articles for gi ntli'iiu-ii's use. Whni
tin' bi-ard is gray or naturally of an uikIo.
siralilo shade, Di iionuuam's Uvi is Ui
11. P. Hall & Co., Nashua, N.U.
Sold bj all Draggists.
HO HODSLHCLD SHOULD BE WITHOUT
a rTr.icTiT ta-:reLi
AULTl.i r;i!.T MtSiCiME.
Tho mnjority of the 1 Ilu of Ilu' huii.an
hoity arlit from u (lli.pii.seil I.lver. Sim
imn. i I.ivir lii'uul.ilur iuis been tin' iiii-iiiih
i.r r'Mui'lii! lucre pmplc lo health unit
li.i i i'inod by giving lliriti a lu-ullliy
l.ivi-r t Imn tiny oilier uueiiry on cni'tli.
fcKlS THAT VOU UiiT THE (iliM'Ub
Wjnston, K. ( ., Sop't Irt, 1K1. f
Jar. IT. "Wfh:, r'tc'y, Wii.-!iim;ton, 1). C. :
Iifah Mk- I li.tvo Invn uMiin one of yonr
Klt !nip(;ist?! fcr f"nr your.-, upma littloln
Vi.lltlHtn.uho I.i ; l t : n.ttlrtrd w ith u uU
ntna.'iry lnuiilrji::l ;i lriiiMt al (i-inlriii'y. I
i.i v I -nriil l.! .-i ! !i. n ! Iiini in tho u of
tl; i:U. 'ni;.(.i t-, h.-ti : KimI.-Iith IiikI ffitilctf
t uivv Jiini iii-v iv,"i! uii'i.t. relief. nnl I nm
P itt-:, th. . I 1- I 1' - 11 1' Iinul. liuvu
l'Mtltim. I o t.' v.'i il it f ill to rrdttru
hid IrVir, r mi hriiij ;-i.irnl bv.cot bl u p.
would not Ih- without it iv many iitw it
cm t. Votirs auly, .1. C. lU'XTON.
Mr. Rnxton i nlso i'rtsidont of Firnt Nn
tioiml HniiK, Wjn-tun, N. t,uuJL0iiu of tho
furt'Hu-! iik'U ot t hi South.
t'onll l'ilt.ni..iti'iu nddiv.J3
ATLANTIC E1.ECTRCPOISE CO.,
No 1405 NcwVorhAv.. Waohikoton, D. C.
on 892 f.tro St., Charleston 8. C.
f if you r
' man nf let- tsw. I
lenetl by the stni:ti ot
9 your mint- n ihi
'.etmuifliit- and u
nl.I :t r.-nrk. tt r-1
Wiu, 11..0 Hop B.
il youar yoiijit? tmnj
inlTiTln', : f mm nny In
iiii-J nr ci i ik.-.
yuiiir,tuiii r;iiK' I mm
ti-'ii j ii you in. mar
luus iviy mm Hop,
1 irilt'-'tli i tlU'r:l! (
ii. if in n ixa oi ick
thnt your nydtrm 'j VLJ fnrni ot Kidney
mtHtii tU'iiimtiiK-. (ink- VvSIr.'tlMi'ii. l-t ntiiTl.t
r yti I .;.
nu? r tniii:i 1 :ii nrtvclK't'iit n-vcnti-n
wiUtautintoxit'ttiun, la i by 1 1 nit-1 y icouf
tk Hop HopCUtrs'
) o. i. o.
'in an absolute
I hit euro for
. Hike li oil .
nr ii nnav
of tli fu;iiwA,
ititr ornrrtvi t
YOU will or
i . -of o.Uun.
- B A Toroulu, Ok I
ecu. i'iij nr. nntl lolp for nil mHlnri.,1 illn-iirili-iH
wlei-ti, i. Ki.iiiin, i.- us,-1 in 11.1
i'!!i,-r ri-u. '. I' ;:!.. io ..'nii.'ii.', r.' r
ni y mill, r i! ii'.i ' ' i -i 1..1'. nil, i.-'iu-o i .
i-iei, :i:i.'. i , t j ... 'iK'i s i.o iiijtiiii't
i ilc. I u; i I' ' i , .'l.tiiii,, t'l.t I. ;..i-ii l!i'
r;. .-1...1 :i - i , .i.il i1 . .L u .; I fi'lu l!.c 1. llll, I .
to cl.ri' en .i . ' ' lii-c u'l.i . i'ii'. tl "r-
liiill.'llt "I- '.'till I'''., t.'l'ltll.'lit I'iW,
i u !. r-. : ... i ii i i.tv ! . . -a.
I :i i : -.'.in . I ! ; n ' . :,. i :i iM;---' I' l-.liti",
; ii- r !: i . 1 i', ,'.-, .i :i:-. .-uii' '(.:;.- .1. I-; iiif
ii ii ,i .;.,'... I .i;y 1. 1 1 I t. iun.l IImi
L f . J . C . A cr ' i. G c . , Lc w c ! ! , F ' a s s .
Sell ! n't I -i iij.
(A .H4irlur, not
11 Ill ( i!C, J M)11AKK,
SIITMI' I' II'-iT l.n I'll -T Ml'I'll'AL ALI'
TliKY J 1 Tit K
All III. if.. f 11,. Su.m irli. P.iwl. ntouil,
Jjivr, 1. 1. '", i-, ii '"I I n:i:irvllr.iiiii. M:r-
Vin..n.. --'' i :ii H..niNminil t'aiMi.iAllj
Kfii.iii.. i o!'.iplaiut.
$1000 IN COLD.
! VI!1 Ih- ps1! f"f a r;io they wit! nit cure 0r
ui iiin luini? iimjmuv or iujuriuui
luuiitl iu thi ui.
Ai'.i vmir it'i-fv I fr Itnn T'.lttrr nnrl trvl
.Lvui U-tvi yui fl.'t-p. Vnkv ua Uthrr.I
(i( PHILADELPHIA. $M
til Prirf. OHE Dollar Hffifj
MiAy w.. k lu'lt
BiT It r.ia
IlKa. ft hmt