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jPepdi KsU fc Nashville Tenn. 7 of toigbt cbtainalito aflppt t arontM t tt A LartrefCraltf'iievaf' -lid Nereral Bnl dloi ttornnl ID Cleveland- JPlao BlnlT Ark Flour JUHt Licked up by b flame. Telegrams to tie CcmsUtntloa. A Irjf Drain Elevator Destroyed. vniXD Nbctober 9. The large grain elevator of sptis & York burned this morning. Total loss. How It Occurred. CLEVELAND October 9. A fire broke out this morning in the elevator of Otis Yorkv on River street The build ing and contents were entirely destroyed. The building occupied by the Michigan Central steamboat line Riilroad hotel and several buildings occupied by saloons were also burned. The origin of the re is unknown. The loss of Otis Yo.k on .buildings $75 000 insured for.$35000 on grain Ac. Ab/ut 35,000 loss of the ilich&ari Central line on building- $25,000 on contents $15,000 misused loss on oth er buildings and contents 120,000. The Co-operative Stove company also lose about $4,000 on stoves" stored in the elevator oh which there was no insurance. During the progress of the fire on lUve street a fire broke out in the Second Presbyterian church on Supe nor street between Erie street And the public square and was almost entirely destroyed. The loss is about $70,000. t ia supposed the church caught from parks from the elevator. Fire In Pin Bluff. Octobers. A private tel- egrtm from Pine Bluff Ark. says that 8 fire there last night consumed three business blocks. MEMPHIS October 9. A special from Pine Bloff says The loss by fire last night aggregate $125,000. The following were the principal sufferers Cohen dealer in dry goods $20,000 Washer dryxoods$10000Chorniing A Sand era drv goods. $10,000 Lemon merchandise 10,000. flour and By JH11 Puns Los DOS Oct. 9. The new wharf with Hour and rye mills at Potterville were burned on Saturday. Loan $450000. four flea Hilled. POTTSVILLE Oct 9. Tbe hoisting gear of the Middle Lebigh elope broke and four miners were killed by the loose car. HaUftXIUlon. LONDON. October 9. The Germania x k over a half million 01 specie for ew York. A Cisstosn Iteelaloa. WASBUGTOS Oct. 9. treasury epartment has received and consider- d sundry appeals from the decisions ifihe collector of customs it Boston asse sing duty on sugar imported at nd the Hawaiian ialandsprovidinz for ree entry of certain articles including lugar. The importations to which the ppeala refer are from the Dominican epublic and Porto Rico and the claim or free entry is under the" treaty slip- ilations that no other or higher duties shall be imposed than on like articles from any other foreign country The claim of" the applicant was rejected on the ground that importation from the Hawaiian 'islands is based upon recip- xxsal privilege l6FTike''ichAracterwith eference to certain products of the United States The supreme court met bat adjourn- jd without business morrow 'the call of docket will commence "which now stands at 770 cases bein an" in- crea&e of over one hundred aincelast ear. Among the cases starulinz over re war insurance policies fro. toe soutn. A rolore Hnrdercr. 1 Nir Yoiat Octobf r 9.jD. H Peteron colored was cohyicted of' murder D the second degree'"for killiQjr/hiB mutreas and sentenced to the penitan- tiarylorUfe ABtoBSito'aWsit Taxes SAX FAAHCXSCO Oct 9. The steamer Montana fromtheilexican port of To- pozo reports that nineMen bare of bul lion vitfned at $25OOQi4d been.Belied from the flersignerrojlinipg company for taxes. Mr. Brooks had. claimed the protection of the United tBteafiteanier Penwicola bat aithe timfr the Montana sailed the result irM not known IsrBsraktnyier. Lonisvux October 9 Hamilton Co i pork dealers whose failure was announced some time ago. went into day. liabilf ities $240.000 ateeta 40,000. Liabili ties of W.B. Hamillon principal member of the firrov4$3571000ta83ets About $7 X fraco 7 EaonnoM Power wb'etatt tae v i iitte-fto0OOO Biaek V. eo Ooa trolled y Us Whites la the lnt re W .5 tbo t COIN Bosith. "asb l nerelai jg e Ire fe&ttn&t ft is always rprobabl8J that improhabla that 'tfo'oeitf party to 'ttnd distribute patronagevwill arise the north and have for its corner stone the disfranehiseffleat of i the J blacks Wa ia HampJon/tbe" atn whife' of South Gm h -iBavs that it MU qulre the tfnlted effort x f i the south to maktAin 'negro nffirage in stheAiutttre j Ue predict that arxmerful. party will of 'the negroes because th'-ir enfrinichisemeJit is- giving 'such pbSdcal power to thft th at will Aoon control tb national govero- raent H thinks this wiU be the next great battJe dind that the white c ao defendbyek8ufirag with All theirmiffet for if it isloat the south will cut no figure at rflln the na- d i CalifomiA f or InstAnce they can control legislation 'elect the pi dentfand administer the government machine as they rnay'seeHt. The rest o therUnlted tates caa .whistle. The solid Qr aid helthfee states named will bejLhe Jgofernment in all deed there are sfgns' that they do. not relish the prospect now and hence the verfgreat effort to"holdNe iYorkto the republican party The far teeing men in the south. on those who are esteemed as far-seeing declare that nothing can prevent the south from haying' a controlling voice Ui 'goveirAmentu. but the disfranchisement of the blacks. i next great question awhichwill 'agitate the.country the north 1" black disfranchisement in Border to ernmenfc z' It is plainly cry plain that tie blacks will be made subservient to the whites in every southern state p far from enabling the north to h6 1 Itfiei/- government this -enfranchisement is having precisely thej opposite f8Ctf giving the south so. large a nnmbeiv of r congresBmen.and electoral votes that this section will virtually hereafter be the ruling power at Washington. I LookatGeorgiai e'whitep pnlA- don of that stAtQ La bat little in excess Of double the population of Cincinnati yeTTieorgia hM nuieTaemocraticT'con- great men tw6'democjatic senators and eleven electoral votes I A .population but little above twice that of Cincinnati has all these and throws them in a solid lump in the interest of the solid south. Solar as the blacks of that state are concerned theyrhaye.no more voice in the national go vernmenOhaa BO many black'8tumps The very .fact that every senator and member of con- Eresa.froraGeorgiaifl a democrat audi hot only a 'democrat but. a" southern' democrat and not only a .southern democrat but a born "democrat is evidence that the bUcka. of 1 that state are withou- voice at For all practicable purposes you had as well give every black stump a vote as. every negro. The .whites find it as. easy to control one as the. other and consequentiy are perfectly well satisfied with negro suffrage as it gives theta nine congressmen and eleven electoral votes which they tnrow in a solid chunk. In fact they -are beginning to love negro suffrage for it will- surely give the south control of the us- lions government as the years roll around. look at South .Carolina. The white population of that state is now almost precisely v the' game as' Cincinnati. Yet this white minority will surely control the blacks .hereafter and throw the seven electoral' votes with the solid south. They will yet ttayeaU the cbn- gressmen and both senators.- It'is but a question 'of time The ealthiln tell igence. property and moral -force of a state will as surely control it as the sun Viinp when thin ncmnpv is wit rinni opposition except from the negroes a race that have never been able to stand out against the whites in any a lar for any length of time. Disfranchise the blacks and .reduce the representation down to. the white population and South Carolina' would , nave two congressmen instead of five and four electoral votes instead of seven. And Georgia would have five coni gressmen instead of nine and seven electoral votes instead of eleven. And Alabama would hive four congressmen instead ol eight And sis .electoral votes instead of ten The south might be "solid" ien wilhoot the least fear' that they could ever control thfrfgoyernment or have a voice in its affairs amounting lo dictation. .v The south sees this now and they would not give op'negrp suffrage lf they coulov "They will dinfir-tb ita they did to slavery for it will give them a larger voice in the government tnanr ever sUyeryrduL .Nbrjrill it interfere with the regulation of their "domestic boncernj" for they- have internal And- xternai 'control of the concerns of every southern state but two and these iWJll come.pnder tl wf.r ii a jhorj tiuie. 'Ujt tiiftu lielTiraiige thatany hue knowing the hisforf of the negro race in Africa and American would suppose that a black party no matter what Its majority could stand putHforAnj length pf.fime against 'white party. Nature' has 'ordained otherwise and when a joint resolution 'of congress is set up against a law ot natnrewe find to our mortification that the legs of the jointresolation. so to speak are too weak for equal combat In other words It ia true that there is a BoUdeontb And that this solid couth .willevenfa ally control the i licj iOf theTeoyenii- inentrEat I do not believe with some that great disaster will follow r this or thAtthwdebtwiUbftr d or a tempt mad in thAt'directioD or Any pftheresuluofthewarlo3t. fiofaraa negro Barrage U' and that is justly esteemed a r alt of the -waff youmayb smretbAt thetouth will not interferetwith that Jt happens tQ be as they biye foTJind 00 the jverj- thine they wanted. The atone which thejrwiiw tOviTeject baa becomeUMf f against years hence but it will not come from the. south. .Without bkck'suflrage the WM south would only control 'itself But'with thfr'enlarged representation hat black suflrige gives they- are in A fair way to cpntrol the whole govern. menu yGive yourseUna concern about this reaoJt of toe war guffraM for.the south will riot disturb it They have' got too ipxxl A thing. 11U IS cow Is pufefislon s o4 ruahif 1 Ilotd at Coniers Georsia where hi wlfl b rieasedtoseeHsifflffleioiaraealsandtAepaiae reoersflT -He pnaaisea ti jrjTe eaflrs taitttc- to Terastos U b ltiffl aa -tf Klrkwood Property is s -jse i4i----vir.-i--ijt- -itfi \K St acres el lsad.j mfort il loot (4) roocs a n rejoin- -5 a- Pe1c1L Brandies Po .Sherry.5MithlIr MaIagi I 1 VZROU1'IE Na3hvHIeTenn obtatnol I. all pebta boeL tbs to N d e o a th t a f s a r f n s I c t y r U e c n c y a a s i m t p f f s f t 5 t tHEuftb1HY t 'mis l &s'ra N yeril Uniisilugs she the.000lUtutIoL i Canvznaimctober 9.-The I &York thisinurning. 9.-A building and'several also-burned. fire r los $7 loniof rnisused1osaoi oth- r S S i on EriOstreet i is It I MEMPHIS 8.-A I 9-A I Btuffsays Thelors aggregate$125,000. drvoods S10,00fh Chowning dry liourand Rye Panned. 9-The 9.-The hoiatln B a tb e 9.-The I ok ior' o r o I t p f the h ns a at irt alter the promulgation of e he treaty betseen the Unitei States g n'ithe e A i i w e rons t dthe app1icamwu he t ollike- character with t nited e y d c all e ow being an e since list t t I October 9.- H. convicted l degree for killing his A DIsputeab.n t j 9.-The ow otbul. $25,00' tired been seized rom ortaxee. MrJlrookahadclaimedthe Unitedtates steannea t butatthetimeila was : Qa4 Lime&go bankruptcy .to $240 000 I abhli- bdroftha I $75,000.- rt-4Z'ICX t.1 -Isp- 0. 5 'ILl 1 i. -j e CtiC.I L -.di ,5TISE UMlNOPAflfT. -I 11) Sb. Month Mepsat of logy. Cal -Ea r.se P.wr.whitb I I lt.es tI.uih-OO,000-BIaei Vtes CcatnUed bj Is Interests Iu ,5 .r,5t I I Oci' We a' told tfart ii awaypmbsbIe'thal.lmpmbabls things.wWhappn. -lertaia It 1 41115 I wiIspenogs.inthe south ant nqt so very soft either'to 'the effec I thitthenezt'party to'Aistnrbpo1itIe I nd La I corneratons I ofthe Hk the'klngwbite mar I Cirollnasays itwihl N 'q lre the'united of.ttbe t ni&Iatln'negrovuSrage .Uapredictsthsta'powerful. wil arise In.thtenorth.demanding the dis rangbisemeat othe negroea.b caus th-irenfrancbisementia 'sue b pbI4des1owertothesouthtbst..ib C the It' meaL-Ilathlnkatblgwjlibethene battle souther ii whitemesi istest defend blasuffrag e tI soltthwillcntnofigureatahltnthen c tioealgovernmeas baviag bet ihaoi I dve e4eelees1ye4es.5' I -.Je what geatower egr tri.a give. wgIk.It has is sto .so 1 -4 tethit thtwltlt1alglof Newrk.Ocn. nucticut and 'for control"legielatlon president andailmmnistea may seefit rtofthe .UnItedStatea can.whiatle. south bejhegoernn1eflt that the termimplies. t iThe north will not- relish this. In- aign do th to bolJ'New York to he in south1 oshoare og in the government theblacks And they argue that this. will be the nextgreat question..whlch will'agitat. the copntry contending for" kee1 the south .fmm' running the gov7 t- it plaiverv madeaubservient adler thenorth hold the the -effect so congressmen 'and Look at Georgia. -'Ihewhite popula- ye'ttieOrgiibai'ninedembcnaflc con- remen twO democratic tftelnterest ofthe uth. So fr they baveno black stumps. gresrsIrom Georgia is democrat-and notonlyademocra a l3eorgia-borndemocrat -12 at Waahlngton youhad a. they-are ove ANO'rGE33 CIIE&RFVL zxana SouthCarelma. iaxne as have all con- gressmenand It Is of wealth Intelligence propertyrend moral-foment surelycontrol ahines without re ut an any-length oftime. ave nd n. resemen ef ven. fourcongrernen nsteadoften then ver the government ion up negro cling to It as toslaveryforltwihigive IhaI yer Nor will oncern southernstata buttwoandtbeee come iinsJytlitjr sw .v in yhor I I set hiM bi iL.e atraiige the'hartoryof thenegro n out for7any a o thelegs oint resolution natuM'huthesdv&ntage. i Itistruethretthereisa and.Ihatthis will eventu. policy of the' govern maul. Bat disasterwill &t oftheresultsolthe warlost. So faras Iseoncerned and result war you may be sure that- be1 s have.fotnd out very toreect ha become the headoithecorner. -Therewifi be nprcar- negro c anfisge some yeaahencebutitwiLnotcomefrom black snfiraethe onIycontrol thatblacksuffsagegives ihey'areana fafrway Give thisresult ofthe suffrage- liavegottoogoodrethlng. iraiiu Tborzi THJlOZDRW4BLZ .1 Scowto reodninnlngtbseswftlck be edWleshisnRw.GossMesi1andtks flepitxui.ea t'givs 1ermi to sill the haMdnm asg6teS I h1T33119'ORSALE myboria Is E1rkOOd -I'm liwesot laad.reeoafexts-I'I.105n14)IOea batagemtboncied dabS. aSs. t'aZ. re gsrdes.6 genie In the bi.es5 a of cnlUvIt.-- of ui kida Ire abundance hed'a'B ta bias pmw 41 J , , , . , ! | > , " ' ; ' . < < ' - , , ( . . * . . 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  2. 10 Oct 1876, Tue,
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