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aa sscond daw matter.
BATUKDAY, - MARCH 2a, 1
The butchery of Inoffensive colored
men upon the levees of New Orleans
ls a crime against humanity and the
perpetrators of lt should be h au ged
by their necks until they are dead.
T. A. Goodman, who murdered
Col. H. C. Parsons has been acquit?
ted. Here ls a practical demonstra?
tion of what Influence, membership
In secret organizations, and the ap?
pealing to sectional prejudices will
do. Col. Parsons waa a northern
man; Goodman was a southern one.
How the result was brought about
Thornton Parker, colored, was
convicted last wet;*, at Winchester of
attempted assault upon a white
woman and sentenced to death.
Thomas J. Penn, white, who was
conceded to be guilty of rape upon a
ten-year-old colored girl at Danville,
Ya., walks about the streets of the
city a free man.
LAWLESSNESS IN TUE UNITED
The Richmond, Va.. Daily Times
has consistently oppoaed lynching.
Nothing lt has said, however will
tend to more emphatically empha?
size the Iniquity of the evil than the
editorial which appeared in Its issue
of the 16th Inst., under the caption,
"Pass Laws to Protect Foreigners."
"The Congress of the 1 ni ted State*
has persist emt ly failed to legislate upon
a subject that demands intelligent treat?
ment from it, and is liable, without
suitable legislation, to get us iuto verj
serious brawls with foreign countries
besides interrupting those cordial r-ala
tions with all other countries which it if
the interest and the wish of the Ameri?
can people to keep up at all times. W<
have treaties with all foreign powers
and we agree in those foreign poweri
sojourning in this country shall receive
fair and just treatment while here. Tn<
Constitution confers npon Congress the
power to pass all such laws as are neces
Bary to secure observance of the treaties
and laws of the United States, aad i
established the judiciary of the li niter
States to make such acts of Congress el
fectual. Congress, therefore, isclothee
with full power under the Constitutor
to enact and enforce, in any part ol th
United States, whatever legislation i
n-xeseary to secure to foreigners sc
jonrning in any of the States that fai
and just treatment which this Qoven
ment has agreed in ite treaties wit
those foreign Governments that the
citizens shall receive in this count r
Congress has wholly neglected to enai
the legislation which these treaty ob!
gations make* it its duty to enact, at
the consequence is that the country wi
involved a' few years back in a mo
unseemly] snarl with Italy, and is no
threatened with another from bo
Great Britain and Italy.
Well, said. We are of the oplnlt
that finally Judge Lynch will co
the government millions of doliai
And again ;
"We are not deprecating this omissi
of duty from any apprehension of w
with these powers. It would take sot
thing much more serious than 1
wounding of the English captain
New Orleans to produce war bet wi
this country and Great Britain, or tb
the killing of the Italians by a mot
Colorado to cause war between us a
Italy. But we are surely not to w
always for the fear of some misforti
before we proceed to the discharge c
plain duty. We surely owe someth
to ourselves wheo a matter of this s
is involved. If we have contracted w
foreign Governments tbat we will p
tect their citizens while here, we sui
owe it to ourselves to take active st
for carrying our contract into effect.'
And mark you a more bind
contract exists between the gove
ment and the citizen for the latte
pledged to defend with his life
former, and the former is neceasai
under the obligations to protect
latter. I fe does not do it ho wei
The Timbs says:
"We hope that one of the first subj
to engage the attention of the next C
w will be a movement to formulate
ntt llihvnt code of laws tbat will rov
his subj-ct and remove the verv just
unda of conti l?int against u<* ihat
>ign vlovernments now mak
ls soon as the enactment of laws
on thia sui j-ct la begun a howl ere
I go up about state's rights, and pie
? most conservative journals on
a question will be forced to retrace
?lr position and join the mob In
j support of anarchistic principles.
HE CONYICTION OF PARKER
rhe conviction and sentencing to
&th of Thornton Pabkrb, a col
sd man charged with attempted
mina! assault ls an outrage. The
rrylng out of the sentence will be
thing more nor lesa than judicial
Fhe farce of a trial took place at
Inchester, Va, Friday, March
th. This te the first conviction
der the new law which makes the
tempt to commit criminal assault
capital punishment. It was en
ted of course for the sole purpose
hanging colored maa.
Th-at it will re-act upon the pr* ju
ced white men goes without ques
3n. It ls plainly evident that the
we are being made more stringent
ralnst us and the agitation of ob
>xlous measures which hff-?ct our
?lfare on the Increase.
We shall never favor the inti ction
the death-penalty for the attempt
r commit a crime.
Here le Thomas J. Penn, a white
an who did criminally assault a
il ored girl iu a most brutal man
sr walking the streets of Danville,
a., when he should be Incarcerated
i the Virginia penitentiary for life
Thornton Parker, who is cbarg
1 with attempting to criminally ae
iult a Mrs. Melton near Middle
own, Va., ls caught, tried, convict -
d and sentenced to be hanged by a
lry of hie lynchers, all within 48
ours. If Parker ls guilty, eighteen
ears in the penitentiary was suffl
lent, and tbe old law specified that
lunlshment. Tbe new law is notti?
ng more nor lees than the legsKz'ng
>f lynching. We shall never endorse
my such mode of procedure. Col
>red men's lives throughout the
it ate are now In the hands of the
most degraded element of the white
Yes, we repeat lt, the execution of
Thornton Parker will be judicial
murder. lb will be the gratifying of
a race prejudice which ls as IdjuH
ous to the vital financial interests of
the state as the carrjlng into < ff ct
of the sentence will be to the unfor?
tunate victim. Lynch-law must gt I
GOV. O'FERRALL AND TUE COLOR?
An i ff jrt ls being made to create a
sensation because Gov. Chaulks T.
O'Ferrall received the Massachu?
setts Legislative Committee tn an
official capacity at the Executive
Mansion and in accordance with his
oath of office made no discrimina?
tion on account of color.
In reply Gov. O'Ferrall says:
The Philadelphia paper is entirely mis
th.ken when it speaks of a dinner that
bsd been aerved. It was only a light
collation. I received tbe visitors from
Massachusetts in an official capacity,
and 1 only did what any one else would
have done had he been in my position.
While I knew that I was to receive n
committee from the legislature of Mass?
achusetts, 1 was not aware until t he
last moment whom this delegation con
His Excellency had to do what
under ordinary circumstances hf
would not have done and which the
colored officials present would not
have expected him to do. There k
a vast difference between official
courtesies and private ones. No col
ored man wants social (quality
neither does he wish to intrude apor
a private party.
A member of the Massachusetts
Legislature met Gov. Charles T
O'Ferrall in an official capacity
Be could not conscientiously not
his color to the extent of dlscrlml
nattng against him and all talk t<
the contrary is the merest nonsense?
the vaporings of a demagogue, whi
finds solace in arousing race pr* ju
dice and condemning to eternal pun
lshment his soul by the violation c
If this Massachusetts Commltte
is a fair specimen of the represent*
tlvesa in the Bay State, we'd rathe
trust our chances with our otficii
colleagues in the Board of Alderma
of Richmond cit} than to be throw
upon the mercies of a northern coi
mlttee that would so unceremoi
ously desert us and yield to the se
timent of the communities in whi
they travelled rather than rell
quieh the pleasures which they c
Gov. O'Ferrall did no more th
the Democratic Council of the Cl
of Richmond has done. We've g
to be discriminated against now j
the first time since we've been elect
to represent the people of the gn
elty of Richmond.
60V. O'FERRALL AND TDK LA
The action of Gov. Charles
O'Ferrall in promptly endorsing
action of the action of the sheriff
Fredericks county calling upon
militia to assist In upholding \
laws of the state and protecting
colored man, Thornton Parker
Winchester Va, ia highly commen
ble and is in keeping with the prli
pies of right and the malntenanc
the constitution which he has sw
Gov. Charles T. O'Ferr.ll
done more to check the spread
lawlessness in this state than <
other Chief Executive since the
1 his predecessor Hon. Philip W. | m
'here is something In the military
pear a nee of O'Ferrall
J the admiration of him ls te?
ased by his manifest love of fair
ty and his desire to carry out
thfully the guarantees of the con
tutton of the state as he uuder
rhe lynching of six Italians near
alsenburg. Col. March 16, two of
10m were subjects of Italy must
oatiarlly tend to quicken the In?
casing sentiment against Lynch
Italy has been very badly treated
far as the protection of men of
at nativity is concerned, lt re*
Ived thousands of dollars as a re?
it of the lynching In New Orleans
id a monetary indemnity will nec
sarlly follow the massacre In the
ate of Colorada, la this part icu -
r the people of the entire country
?e made to suffer si ace the money
?mes out of the national coffers,
id no law now exists upon the sta
ite books by which the communl
? in which the lawlessness occurs
rn be made to reimburse the na
onal government. Lynch?law
EPRESEXTATIYE TEAMOH AND
The Boston, Mass. Herald In ite
sue of the 17ih inst., tells how
Ion Robert T. Teamoh, the col
red member of Massachusetts legis?
lature '.was treated upon the occa
Lon of bis visit to tbe south with
he Legislative Committee on Mer
antlle a ff airs.
It states that the Committee was
nt> rtained only when the colored
aember bad absented himself,
md allowed to enter the hotels
inly when he remained on board the
pecial t ar or was domiciled in the
lome of some prominent colored eit?
zen, ia Atlanta this treat
nent was also resorted to. And yet
Georgia and the South ls asking the
;olored people to assist In making
ore pronounced this drawing of I -.
dor Hue and violation of ctticlal J
bligatious, by annelin ; exhibits and
?islng money to defray the ? x pen
?s of the same to the Atlanta Expo
Itlon. Was there ever a more ab
urd proposition? The members of
be Massachusetts legislative com?
mittee are not without blame.
Mb. Teamoh was perfectly right
d bis expressed wish not to embarr?
ass the committee, and his wlll
Dgneas not to interfere with their
deasure but they were entirely
rrong In accepting 'such a tender.
It was their duty, representing as
hey did the great state of Maesa
ihusetts to have had all of their
neals brought to the dir and to
lave secured accommodations on
:he outside, where no discrimina?
tion exislted. They were accompa?
nied by tbe representative from the
Beacon Hill district of Boston and
aot primarily by a colored man.
We do not kaow wbat the people
of Boston both white and colored
will thick of the a ff dr; but tn our
judgement the Committee on Mer?
cantile Affairs acted in a reprehensi?
ble spirit. Had they stood by Mb.
Teamoh the story told would have
been different and successful tfforts
would have been made to accord to
him the same consideration as was
tendered the more favored members
of this business committee, lt le for
the colored people to say whether
they will foster southern efforts
when they are made in a spirit ot race
Intolerance or whether they will un?
ceremoniously set down upon them.
For our part we will have none of lt
In ours and areas forward in upbraid?
ing the northern members of the
committee who accepted the insults
tendered Mr. Teamoh as we are In
condemning the southern bourbons
who offered them.
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814. Broad St.
dices in the Courts ot
te city ol Richmond
ind in the State and
Oller la! attention giren to the el?
ation of titles aad the preparation
*hos C. Johnson,
tornev and Couoselior at Law
E. Broad St., Richmoni, Va.,
rte. City of Rlchrrond and ad
ng coontie*. Divorce and oth
lancery matters conducted. Le
documents drawn. Tlt'e-J to
^erty Examined, etc. The pa
age of ths public le toltclted.
? opens evenings for any who
lot call ta the day. M -a-\v loan
a sums to eult.
ETER B. SHORTS.
ATTORNEY At LAW.
ctlce In all the City, County and
State Courts. All business
prompt iv trans?ct??d.
?* in Masonic Hall, 511 K (lay St
2-1 iv t?
CURLY MAIR MADE STRAIGHT BY
Hun rnu Liri.
a acrcaa in int. tmitmiht
>ZONIZED OX MARROW
(OOFVRIOHT BT BI'O* * UI?er*l. CHIC&OO.)
Thia wonderful hair pomade* ls tbe only s*f*
reparattein in thi* worUl thal make** kinky bair
tr*l|fhtaaehown*b?'T*. I r soft,
liable and glo**y, and by nourlshlne; tta?? roow
npartmxiw Hf* and vigor. F.le???nllj i?-?rf umeMl.
i*te>nlx*d Oa Marrow fr tnanufacturesd only by
luck ti Rayner, tbn well known druKgivt* of
lhle*a*n. Th?ir roptitetlon la a g-aarmntee tbat
I la p?<rv>?*tl-r par* Aaa harralm B*>
rar* of Imitation*. See that therfr name I*
ilown la th* bottle. Thcuaanda wbo have u**>d
be eenuin* Oconlaed Ox Marrow ti*atlfy to lt*
i*T*r falling merit*, roll direction** with every
?ottles. Prlc* only Si rent* per bott!*. Sold by
Irofaist*. If your drucKtat doer** cot keep lt, we
rill sand yoa S bottle* for fl.X or 6 tor tUO.
tlwayn Inda** ? post office money order, eaa w*
lo not send -rood* C. O. D Writ*your *ddr*es
mi nam* plainly. Addr*** a?
BUCK & RAYNER, *
STATE aa* MADISON STS . CHICAGO
aitfuttou tuts ? *%v*i
S. et. GILPIN.
Foot-Wear of aU Kinds
M foods sold at Lowest Pri<ces.
Repairing neatly done.
06 E. Broad St. Richmond, Ya.
",. K. POLLOCK,
901 N 3rd Street,
Fresh Meats, and Country
Produce, Fine Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, To
WOOD AND COAL
laaV^atiataction guaranteed. <Call and
Cheap Groceries, Frosh Meats
and Vegetables, Fleur, Feed,
Coal and Wood.
WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO,
Coal sold hy the measure and load at
Yard prices. BEER Garden and
Lunch Counter for Ladies and
107 W. Baker St., Richmond, Va.
(Opposite Baker St. School.)
The Old Dominion Beneficial As?
sociation for 25 cents cash and 20;
cents per week, pay
$5. per Week,Sick Benefit*
$50.00 at Death.
All promises made faithfully k?pt
all obligations promptly paid Thi*
Association is thoroughly reliablt
and solicits the patronage of thi
While you are well prepared for
sickness and death. It ls the aim o?
the founders to give the people thi
benefit of the moat Improved systen
of insurance without the usual an
Officers: John J. Crutch pield,
ecretary and Treasurer
D. G. Richardson, Solicitor
609 E MARSHALL ST.
TaaBa, tassie at
Dalt nowt Do aot walt
fawn la Tbs Security
ladBstrial Lils insuraaot
Ca., whisk does not dis
ariadnats ob account o
eiolor. Llrs Company
aU elalms paid prompt!)
Acsata wasted to caa
JS IDA B. WELLB
['aa b**t b* found la th* colman* ol
of Cleveland, Ohio.
i leading i>ap*er& Race
Ivocatc (se> acknowledged)
has boen published eve
week for 1 2
mple Copies Free.
;or, $1 f>i>: ?'> Months. $1.00;
Three Months, Only BOC.
iON. H. C. SMITH,
(M*mt*er Ohio Leg-'-datur* )
or * The Gatette" 1U"> Superior St.,
gH .iritt Surliii Bhii
201 % W. LEIGH STREIilV
st Class Boarding & Lodging.
MRS. L. A SMITH, Proprietress
Robinson and Thomas*
1 E. Broad St., Richmond, Ya
ir-cutting, shaving and shampoo,
kg. All work strictly first-class.
Call on ns. Satisfaction
824 E. Broad St.
fancy-Goods & Notions
t Styles. Lowest Price
2 E. Broad 8t., Richmond. Va.
Finest Wines and Liqnors, Cigar* A
>baceco. First Class Lunch Counter,
pals Berred at all Routs. Opes from
a. m. to 1 a. m.
I 29 Paocaia-Tos
914 E. Broad St.
'ine Wines, Liqurs, Cigars
)YSTERS IN EVERY STYLE.
S ?reasonaota as a^y in tue caty.
31 VE ME A CALL.
rOODS DELIVERED Fl
312 N. 17th St
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, St Ti
BEER ON DRAUGHT.
Spottwood & Smith Prop.
S. W ROBINSON,
23 N. 18th St.
Dealer in Fine Wines, L
uors, Cigars Ac.
All Stock Sold aa Guaranteed.
Tonr patronage ls respectfully solicited.
JOH H. II C Gill
Choice Groceries, Liquors, Wines
Pure doods. Full vii-:- for tin
:o: ? '? >x ? _
No. 1610 East Franklin^ Strsst.
(Near Old Market.)
Richmond, - - Virginia
BRAHAM STREET MARKET HOUSE.
850 Graham St., Fulton.
Wm. C. Allen, - Pbopbi
The choicest and cheapest Hi
Fresh meats. Smoked meats, H3|
Pork, Mutton, Lamb, Bau*
Lard, Eggs, Butter, Vegetj
Fruits, Fish and Oysters thBt1
be found tn the City. Wood &
always on hand. All orders attec
*d promptly. Goods delivered CO.
??-D? ALTO nf?
lotions, Qfcc6r!os4 Tobsess,
wood & co
flC North Ninth Street,
ttchmond, ? ?? ?> V|