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DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET
J. u. For Gorcrair, rrOXE. of TUbomliifo. Far I WaWaaal Hon. mot, W. H. SIMS, af Lnwadc. Far Sanv sf Staia, KIXLOC1I rATJCOXC, ( Mtrafc.ll w. l. hrmdiuwat r umi. For AaaatoefFatHs AatsejMs. t. c. ciTcanos, r fun. r ifiiti t rim i COUNTY TICKET. rr lk LajUalan, W. A. ncarr. WAM HAlt?tOX, Jr. Fst SastttY. . : t Wi I. jsubt. JOHN F. TOLAT. Robert e. una. BLRRRT HARRIS. FurBau af SaaanrUsn, -Tint IMaati A. W. m"Fl Iwwi l 'rt W. H. W(, ... -T0 hwt iiwki Laii i.. btow. . PiUrtel WDCTTOM . WOT. Far MafictntM TUrd Dfetrfc, t TATUM RUCKS. VBABLU HeAIXIiAn. Fs SRAXT RUCXA. PAXttL TAYLOR OaSl WllWi saafSty la uai, . FARISH, ef DE1T3ATI3 AT LARGE K. BAs!alefef Iliads. J. CI ItrrtX cXYtsoo. W. Vt. Ilumphrevs, of Lowndes. J. w. litms, or Marshall. W. A. Percy, of Washington. FlBST DlBTBICf , COXQkKoBIONAL R. II. Alienor Lm. ' L. D. McDowell, of Oktibbeha. 8SC0XD DISTRICT. It II. Taylor, of Paaola. A. If. West of Marshall. Third Dutrict. A. E. Ellis, of Kemper. A. J. Baker of Montgomery. TOVRTH DUTRIOT. It. F. Ferry, of Juper. W. tteWillie,ofKadisoa. " Fifth District. K. T. Grl2a, of Jscksou. T. . Cocker, of Oc;tah. ' . . tzxtu District. ' Geo. If. Klein, of Warren. T. Otis t-iar cf Adams. Csssiy tzstsUvi Oanaittos. FIRST DISTRICT. JohnsoR Ervln; J. G. Sessions, ' SICORD DISTRICT. James BWtt, ' II. L. Baker, TKtSD DISTRICT. ' C. II. RalCk, Johu W. Shield. FOURTH DISTRICT. D. L. Stone, A. J. Paxton FIFTH DISTRICT. T. 0 Walmtt, W. M. Morris W. G. Terser, Chairman. Drmocratio Platform. "The Democratic nartv of Miss issippi, rrefal for the success of its tuts. arts in Uie caate or re forms and of Just and boaeet gov ernment, and Invoking the bis ins of Heaven on its future ea deavors In the same cans, do adopt end proclaim the following platform of principles t Fidelity to the Constitution of the United Slate. Home rule, and the preservation of the Slate Governments, with all their reterved aud guarautced rights unimpaired. No Interference by the military power with the freedom of elec , tions; and with the civil and poll tlcel rlfbU .of eltiicM of the uttflr tales) . The protection of equal rights of all clkMcs. No discrimination on account of race, color or previous condition runlll. Ltl I ... . vi mat iiiiud. wi wrtapiaoe, ma uo special legislation for the benefit of ine rew at the expense of the many. A strict adbcrance, in the selectlou of public sgeutt, to the time-bon- oreu jeircraonfan standard, "Is he honest, Is he capable, is he true to the Constitution V A continuation of the policy of nwwwiiwi ana reiorm so sigt nallv inaugurated by the Demo cratic party. Reduction of the burthens of tax- AtlOR (0 the lowest Mint eomnatl. ble with br efficient execution of the law. Corporations of every descrip tion supervisable within Consti tutional limiU by Bute snthorltv. ana snbordlnats to BtaU legisfa tioo, la the Interest sad for the t Bll sri . -v ah an I t ' t TWEHT K.UJ3XS M Lift. Tws Etstrtl Saian Fibs, ikklisug Mxiigus, Atitiay, IiTalTkt. A Herald reporter called yester day at No. 237 Broadway, the offlce of Mr. Thomas Cary, ex-Aatembly- man from Iludsoa Conaty, New Jersey, who occupies Tweed's old rooau was lafonaed that be had undertaken the conduct of sa Im portant suit for the recovery of 111,000 acres of land situated la of Philadelphia, a contractor, who died tlx years ago, leaving hit children ia fery comfortable" elr- eonutaiices. The second son, William Henry, born in 1800, went to Baton Rouge La., aad establish ed the Batoa Rouge Gazette. He left one son, William Nash Young, who ltnow extensively engaged in the cracker business la Riehmoad. Ferdinand Mantetla Young bora ia 1804, weat after his brother to Baton Rouge, where he became an A CIslssuUc Secret. From tk Chicago Tribaa. Few people know bow deeply indebted the United States is to Russia for kindly services during the wsr. It has often been vaguely wbUpered that Ruian infloeuce nrevente I the armed interference of France and perhaps Engiaua in behalf of the South. Ws are en abled to lav beiore our readers trustworthy information, never be fore published, in support or ws truth of this rumor. When Governor Cnrtin, on the eve of his return to this country, went, in his capacity as Minister to Russia, to take formal leave of the Emperor, the latter closed tne conversation substantially as fol lows ; -1 wish, sir, that yon would upon vonr return express my hoar- jCiau no. nmDii. I -j - - -1 - i figured extensively la a contested 'er eondncting claimant. Ilea- ty thanks to the American people salt acalast the bank rant of ry Kichols Young, born in 1808 'or the reception they hsve given fwi-it r n.'i .iJthe vouncest son. died ten rears i Grand Dune Alexis. InrpsTmuftTr " ' Baltimore, loaveng no This, it will be remember w ii. .i i. .k. inat after uenersi urans nau in- porter visited Famrapo, audfuuud West Viniuia and Ka.tnr extensive planter, havlag between noo nr arhih .r. ! Vnrmt tm r.. I himself and brother at one time ty, aud on part of which the eity wr 600 slaves. Thla old gentle- of Lexington now stands. There m,n' now im hU "rtmt foBrth m .ivht .ui..i. Kt k. ... year, is the only known survivor who haa th Immadt. ,Wi of the children of Joba Yonng. ol the case Is Mrs. Miller, present hM M v"rio" responsible leasee of the Willow Haven Hotel, SUto aad munidpsl positions, and iPn . ,. v.. is well known In Baton Ronge. He naatrai Rail mail Kh. .... iu- has only one daughter, Mrs. Mil - I . .. a A tjrK an. .1.. . .s aa I alillslMiH Asar.amrasoKgeauoHinere- .r" . ... " rl.lt and nd fouud oracaer ouaiuess, wmcn seems io " " "-,m lira. Miller, who gave, la brief, I D'" b hereditary in tne family I "e .. sera.- .... " k. r.iu.i... M...- .i.-- and was senior member of the disguM. Governor Cnrtin noticed Sheprodnced a ponderous, richly rm of Yonng, Bestly ODon- the Emperor's ' I SS A kin at a ISlVaWil Sa fllA tfAVd rnttlAtl I Hal WaVll hanndfiimtlrlt Ua nrtnlHnlTM neil.no. S U'UOUnell S WUSH. "a a""- . r.mk.i. ka. .ji-i..t I The deJav In nroseeutlns- the to the people. He supposed, how- theUUe-page wuUlnedalist of ln esMsed by b. follow, ever, that it wass slip of the tougus subscribers, among which was a nf The children were ler, un i tne s-mprc. roodlv arrav of th. .nhtiit. ..! orphans at a teadsr age, with only well In almost precisely the same gentry ol England. In the family Bney to support and ed- words. I shsll be hsppy, ssld register of the old Dominion me- utMt na aoenmeats , ----- memtowasr.mrdaH.haf.rt thai bavlng been destroyed by their to my government and people. JnhH vnnn. .k.... i i. ik. I stepmother were not In a position I t sent my usnaa, air, " a , I . - . . . I . i. .1.. dtT Ol Phlladeluhla. had amhrra. ' snioree Claims to land or tne preae reionau, . . ll"- ii a i. .i v. I existence of which tbavoalv knew I sud only to the people." w Miuraura. v m IB) Iiot.i I .. where he married and established by hearsay. In 1845, however, the Governor urt.n a. erwaru. bimsolf as a cracker and pilot -P Jckson, a well known compuuneu o. n ...a hmA .... i. . lawyer of Richmond, who was Mboa been publicly put upon the stone house, which is still stanciug conversant with the particulars re- government he represented. He in. ir. .h. ..... laUng to these claims, havlnc been was Invited by Gortschakoff to a Maratalla. waa a eon.iw.ttmi r th. st one time an oflclal In the Laud eonfereuce on the subject. Three Custls family, aad consequently Office, found these tracts awaiting books were brought In from the related to Martha Wuhlugton His an owner, ueiusutnteaiuquiries vnu1. viwj.v.v. " business flourished, aad after accu- nd fonnd bat Ferdinand M. first contained an autograph letter mutating considerable wealth he In- Young. Mrs. Miller's fethsr, was from Nspoleon III, asking Russia W . a S ' fit. S. S . -S Li . vested In 1U.8B1 aurea lu tha natant resident Of Baton Rouge. He join wun cngianu ana crauce lands of the Commonwealth of oponod communication, and en- Mu breaking up the Federal block Virgiula, situated as follows: 83 000 dosed blank powers of attorney ud guaranteeing the indepen acres In Faratta Ooontv. is in for Mr. Yonng to sigu, stipulating nence oi tne tonieaeracy. Ll . . . . . . T. I ai.. i.ii...u..ii ii... v..i..j Harrison, and tha ramalmU In UMtnewaSM OSVS Bail U)S Pro at x.uBiuu Monongalia, Ohio. Washinaiou. dd stating that consider, nau aireaay promised Mrco-opera- ame money coura oe ooiaineo. i MW,, " " k,uu"U1 An ansrv eorresnondonea enauad The second book conUined the meat lands were purchased or d finally Mr. Young wrote to the emperors reply, ue flatly ae eonvered th him bv others between Virginia Treasury Depratment, the alliance proposed by the years 1784 and 1800, the deeds ",a ftund B0 record of NaP,eon ,ud docl,red th r M.k MM i k- ing paid on portions or this land j "uiw"" iiimner- Patrlek Hanrr II Ha..dtnh w ' u th o the several Court oe in the war, Russia would ao- . " . , kll J I .L. Illw.lw .111 Ik. V.xlk Tk. Ikltt mund Randolph' James Monroe, p "i ,.L, , " , . " B. Harrlana and llannr 1M .11 PWMS WOleh are BOW In Mr. wuoia is copieaonne historical names. The amount Carey's hands. On account of sealed orders given to the Russian paid varied from three to five cerUl11 family disagreements Admiral who, as our readers will eeats an acre, aud la a few minor wblh are of bo moment to the pub- remember, brought his fleet into Kanawha, Linclon and Montrom g6msry Couuties. These Govern- S a a . . lnsmuoes was as low as half a eent. He probably Invested from gJ.OCC to 4,000 which, however, at compound Interest, would reach to-dsy the snug sum of a bout 1300,000. A SPECIMEN ORANT. vne eonuins oe,uuo srres on lie, Mr Young took no action In Pw York harbor dn ring the war. the matter, aud during the war The order directed him to proceed burled the box containing the I 0,,ce with his wbolo available deeds on his plsntatlon near Baton force, to New York city; to re- Rouge. Last year Mrs. Miller lnai at anchorage there for some visited her father, whom she had '"ie ! d in the event of Euro not seen for twenty years. An en- pcan interlercncn with the block- tire reconciliation was affected, Mo, to put himself and his whole which part of Lexl no-ton now ""don her departure he placed 'orco st the command of tho Cabl stands. Patrick Henry, Esq., tDe documents In her hands. Four not at asliington, aud promise Governon of the Commonwealth he leased the Willow Haven llo-Ubiiiulaut and speedy reinforce- of Virginia, to whom all these M l Pamrapo from CottrellA ments. While Governor Curtin presents shall come trectlnr : I Bsbcock and lavested 820.000. stsred, dumb-founded, at these nn- Kuow ye that by vlrture of twon- P'eolng her son in charge. On expected proofs of Russia's stead tyuree Land Office Treasury ne tenure or uottrell Babooek st naeiity to the Union cause. warrants Issued on the 26th of "6 wss involved In considerable Gortschakoff said to him: "Per September, 1788, there, Is granted esstlous litigation, the facts of haps yon can appreciate now, sir, by the said Commomwoalth unto which have been published in the why the Emperor and Empress John Young a certain tract orl"ily press. Her lawyer. Mr. sent tliolr thanks to the people psreel of land containing 86,000 Carey, has full instructions to who have honored the Grand Duke acres by survey" (probably (Ur. prosecute the suit, which will be Alexis, and not to the government veyed by George Wsshlngton, commenced at the next sitting of thai has Insulted h.'in. We saved who wss sngsged for several years the United Stales Sunrema Court, vour count rv. and now vnnr Pmm. in surveying in west Virginia), Mr. Charles O'Conner, who was Went insults our representative rearing uaie fcoruary.30, 1784. consulted casus v on the claim. It Is too much." Curtin imwl iu the couuty of Fayette, bounded says the property involued is I with him. and the interview tar. m w w I ' asioiiowsist au ash number 8, a worth fully $30,000. protection of the neonla. A a the perpetuity offree govern, tnent aopends upon the virtue aud iate.lgeaeo of the people, we pledge ourselves to the mainten ance of our Bute system of free schools. weievorths grantina- of such aid as may be extended without violation of the Constitution of the United States, or departing from the esUblUhodnsaseaof the rar.rpad, and for the rebuilding d "Png In repair of the levees v uv Jkiaaiaaippi nver. That upon this platform of prin ciples at oc-operatloo of all dtl aens without regard to putdlf ferenoes, In support of theesndi dates noBaated by this Convsa- uon. Cesolvea, That ufltyand har ff0?'' ' !U to victory ; that aX iuisieat movements aredangerons to the integrity of n ormaauon j mat an Hide pendent caadllates are Inspired !?lely F V ,n,t for. 0flc 5 tbat they shsll be treated as common enemies to the welfare of the peo pie, and avowed enemies of the Democratlo party of tt,e State of Mississippi. sngar tree a and beach, thence uorth 75 degrees, etc., etc. To hsve and hold the ssid tract or parcel of; land, with Its sppurtenances, to the said John Yonnu and his heirs forever. In witness whereof the said Patrick Henry, esq., Gover nor of the Commonwealth of Vlr- ginla, hath hereunto sot his hand and caused the lesser seal ot said Commonwealth to be affixed at Tlcbmond on the 4th of January, 1786, and of the Commonwealth the 10th. TMB HEIRS. John Yonng, during the war of 1818 manufactured from the fa. mous brands of Virginia flour lm meuse quantities of crackors aud pilot bread for the use of the Am erieau army and navy, but the British laying au embago on Alex audria, aud destroying thirty ves sels laden by him, so preped upon tne old man's mind that he lost his reason and died soon after. His second wife, who left no issue. either through iguarance or a par uaiiy aeranged intellect, destroyed armsfuU of hU papers, and hence the confusion in his affairs. Pre vious to the embago ho was regard ed as the wealthiest amonc the business dsss In that portion of the country. Yet the loss so erip. a a a a ..... pieo nis estate uuu only swOcleut was len to oiUeato his eight chil dren. Of these John was born In 1784; Josiah, in 1788, and George, in (W2, grew up to manhood and went out nest ana were never afterwards beard from. One daugh ter Elsie, died unmarried, and the other' MargRiet, married John Ball miuated. We have every reason to trust the gentleman from whom we have received this story. It will prob ably be found substantially cor rect, although may be errors in detail. The newspapers have a great deal to say about the ssvsge bar barity of the Turks and the Rus sians. The New York Suu has this to say of some barbarism a little nearer home: It n Dt I I aaa a a ucu onenuau called UlODon'S a 1tank.n.ak ... i... lth JnU.nh .1 nt. - k.l . i i . T , At , """' night creeping softly along the blow to the Indians. We are lust L-im aJ ... J. k...i i rMHn th. m.tl ,ki. 7 " umuvm hard blow and And that of the J biddeTuier;-;;.;" .'nl b7 IIIsb1B118I ItlllnsB nay Attsi taAAtva I . ... " " tore, ills wire woke np and said Iwl- we7 7meB'Ma " Fetor, what nader the heaven viuiurw, iuui uuwa ni saeir eainp, while the Indians killed or wound, ed probsbly as insny of our men as our troops did of them. - Prom the, despite his oppor tunities, not an authentic case has come to our notice la which Jo seph bsnd has killed a white wo man. Ou the contrary, In several weu-attesea instances, white wo men csptuaed by him have been released unharmed, and have back the news that Joseph only fougut the soldiers of the Government that had wronged him. Such is Joseph's remarkable ane unpre cedenteb record. Yet in the bat. SPRING 5-SUMUER GOODS. We are now opening our stock of pew end beautiful SprfcZ 5 :er GOODS, consisting of the latest styles of Pristo, Lir.cr.s, Lav;n3, Ribbons), Fancy Gccda Our stock of Gentlemen's. La- CUCa, Misses anu dhoeo are made expressly to our order, of the best material, and guana teed to give satisfaction OEXT8' FURNISHING GOdDS A large stocR. WBI8S a GOLDS TRW. Aripti.isn. NOTICE TO THE TAX PAYERS OF THE Town cf GreMiTllle. In the mstter of the rwssasl ssi Ua4 Amaasial Islls. WiUiam Marshall, Towa Asses- .... . . ... sor, having tws day tenaereo to the Council the persons! assess ment roll of the town made by him : It Is ordered by the Council thst the sstne be placed on file in the office of the tax collector, together with the land roll of the town, and that the clerk notify, by publication in the Greenville Times, all persons interested in said rolls thst the same are on file for their examination; aud that the Council will, at the regular meeting on the first Tuesdsy of September next, proceed to equal lie ssid assessment, and hear snch objections in writing as may be filed to the same on. or before that day. In accordance with the above or dinance of the Town Council, the tax payers of Greenville s.re here by notified of the filing of ssid roils for the present fiscal year; and are requested to call and ex amine same at the office of Th. Pohl, collector; and In esse of ob- ections, fljo written petitions with the undersigned, for the consider ation of the Council at the meeting stated abovo. WM. MARSHALL, Clerk, august 11. 1877 PALACE JALOON. A. SEXTOII, PROPR. Mulberry street, Greenville Having- just opened the above Saloon, I respectfully invite my friouds and the public to give It a trial. The bar is supplied with the Ei-xt Li;-::rt, Wfosi, C:sr AND CIGARS. A FINE TEN PIN ALLEY has been fitted nn for those who are fond of this healthy sport. uciooer zi, 1070. KO00UTH HOUSE. The nubile am raanantfullv In. formed that I am now nrenaMui t entertain all who may favor me with their patronage, In a manner not surpassed by any house In the Htata. M hnll.. haa hamt I. complete order ; the bed-rooms are mm anu wen ventiiatea, and tne table will be supplied with the best the market can furnish. JOHN HABICHT. Greenville, Aug 1 jascabt an yon doing 7". "Dear." he, " I'm walking in my sleep, and dreaming that lam plucking water luiee from the soft blue bosom of tho lake." How to get that flask out of there before she got np la tne morning waa what worried htm more than the water lilies did. Abolish the Registration law- that's what we say. Let every man vote who has his receipt for his poll tax. Let ble poll tax be hla certlfleate of reristratloa. Is that fair or aot? We think It is, ..t tr k.u 1. . !....! . of the above, we say to the next Legislature repeal it, aad every voting mo win stand upon its owa bottom. Woodvllle Re publican Indians which our General claim' ed.th have killed, we now discov er that more than two-thirds were women aud children surprised aud slaughtsred In their tenst." " Aarala. a remarkable faatnm or Joseph's war is that no ease has been known of the mutilation of ZT We have no particular objec ft" tiSEte 10 f'1f iTgeand .1.. r T... " rnlnlug the drain-ways of the city. --waw waai Braaaam wesv aasww as 1 . trophy-taking usage traditional wul M "ere is a positive ordinance among Indians from time immem- agalust It, the ordlnauco should be omi reneslcd or the ho arrested UKir.a central at: . Greenville, ... Miss. (hdysasItsskfMSi ias Usaaksat L'd'g. tT This house has lata) baan enlarged and undergone thorough ifra, iminvina; ran new rnrai tore. The table will baannniii with the best that Is In the conn- try, ana osry competition. Olvemeacall. UVvj Vlll3 CIC7T r r V. v The Beat CkNixsTio7Asin Always ant. OBDES8 BCLICrtlD fat BALIS Pattlaa, Wedding, tte. otrst, neswea Kaleerrg ana . uaaaai- AaCZ iiov. 18, 1876. I II H I! CO febrvart .Fi 1 1 1 11 n s CO MARCH a t S' II H ISM tflislli IS IS ii 00 AFRII. WMI7 cHnsi CO MAT II 1 it si 1SIIT CO JINK HIT 11 I 13 14 ni Himn nxi HV CAT.TsTJDAD fJUCT.C2IDE a FOB TUB A ITS WOPa&ZTlZZV Especialli Devoted TO TUB I . Green villeG r ' - -s f ASD THE COUST1E8 OF UnM:;t:3, C;!lTir, Ix:i;::r.i tzi ZzzZz-xzt. (Communications of local in terest la these counties solicited. AM. MASKER OF Job West: CO ;i A .,1 CO tsas Hsettt, Caesa4SsSaass1Ssesl. Ti ll E D , Cretsvilb, : Hi::. CO OCT f "!-.. .' ',4' CO f-l-l II. D. jomicon & G2. i t: I . BUILDERS, UNDERTAKER 1 i lAtiDWAnE r.:2rAc::.i:j70, DEALERS IN Sash, Doors, Blinds. Paint. Oils and Gh::. ' 3 T ESPECTFULLY solicit the attention of the Planters, MerchsniJ, xv Mechanics and the public generally to their large and well assert Plantation and Iluilclers' Ilnrdwnrc, j paiii?,ciia3 ahd aiijic O U 7 L U D G V A L)l .: IS WELL STOCKED WITII t J , Chsics vs.rlei.si ef tis::s:J Pki JtrJ Cr;r:::( At reasonable prices. We kave adJcd to our plato DLLs , In the country, which enables na to make a ' ;r; cnsAT r.2DucTio:j t:j, p:3i:,- Estimates made ou Building or Mechanical work . , ,,, Onr Undertaking Tfeo Wooisn CrV department is f . xs are ct 1 1 furnished with V IciUtljaofLv Mbtalio and V . . uUies. ti U Woodrn Cask fc lBia t reprices from tlO to t40 aeeor! a (.. .ml ) . r ia. ' Miuinilllgi l Of all altes. ?4,1"V A HOME INSTITUWOiTe With ample Capit.1, wkix X ADJUSTS & PAYS LOSSES PZ0XP7LV. e. tmk:zvx r.:": ' M. A. VAN HOOK, Cccrctcr.- . W A IIAYQIIAPT Arjenta GrccHvilU : f' JIM I 111 I ,. t ayv- rrrk.' i 3-' aiii 1 1 (?' a Cirnxr C..i :c-r",-r ' lasartsf--- Trr- and wars 1 . J Propsrv.js.