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Taoslay ffiornintf, June 20, ^871.- .
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Thu neath of VallunillgUBW-.v \
Oar readers have read .the1 details of
the tr ag io death of Mr, Yallandighara,
one of the prominent glenden . of'' the
Ohio Democraoy. The- news was nnexr
pee ted. The 'Jessop is obvio os. i "When
Mr. Vjil'andigham was last heard ffom
in political utterance, he was lull .of: lifo
and hope. His u? m o bad, Just'' b'?'on
linked with a f\o-called new political
"dopafVure," whep he waa sa m tu on ed
be?ce-on an eternal departurel Mr.
Vail nu di gb a m waa an earnest, out-ap?keu
md ajb?? man? and.exercised no little in?
fluence in the State of Ohio und else?
where.^ ..l'a view bf bia services in. be?
half of a just recognition of the ein im? J
of this s ec lion, tho South will.unite in
the sorrow his un timely death excites,
and.in, tho tributo of honor duo to ou o
who waa - abUy g?nerons and firm in his
':" ! i? '?W P" --
A Native Artist-Teillmony Of Ht v.
i lMl EilleoM Copora, .
We hrave already, *^^si^l^^n in
ont columna to the'happy, efforts ox the
genius of a young Carolina artist-Mr.
Albert Querry-now located in Green?
ville. . We. observe/, that;: bia. portraits
have been I very highly commended. Ex
Goyeinpr .'Perry,; 'S^?In^M^K'i ?H-4
Judge Orr bato excepted-themselves in
thevqiiW^ io general
of MtsQuerry..in ?Wahave^nowr'ibie.tea?
rnony of' lire 'R?fc- Ellison Capers, jre?l
known for ilia patriotic fpir?t and much
esteemed us a minister u? tho (.rospi l.
Observe" bia band^"omoi tribut?1 to Mr.
Querry's genius' and Works:: "Wo do
most cordially commend the claims of
thia young artist to the confidence and
?apport of all vf ho desire to 'coll' bia
art into play in bob alf of eenie beloved
relative-or esteemed frippd. . Tq oncour
Dgo struggling m'erit-^dj'gi.ve'liigh
ramona the oppor t u ni ty to fin d fr ni tion
in the works of genius-^hie' has ever
beon esteemed the privilege of a culti?
vated t ns to au d a liberal spirit.. Mr.
G ti?; rr y seeks to live by a noble art.' He
seeks lo illustrate South Carolina in arts
and to walk in the honored paths trod
.hy Allston, DeVeanx, Scarborough and
other Carolina artists. Let bia claims
receive a g?nerons recognition in view of
bis qualities as a man and his success as
To inri ED iron OF THE PHOSTX: Will
you permit, me to call attention to the
portrait of Dr.-James Furmaq, the Pre?
sident of the Focal ty of. the Furman
University; at Greenville, now on exhibi?
tion at tue book-store of Mr. R. L.
This in n lifd-Biee and life-like paint?
ing, and is the work of Mr. Albert
Guerry, a young nrtist of decided genius.
Mri Guerry has been in Greenville for
some mouths pant, and has excited great
interest among our people. "I
A Sooth Carolinian by birth and', rear?
ing, oud a gentleman of earnest-ob'ar&o
?er,'be bas devoted birnself to his pto
feaaioQ with so muoh perseveringMndus
try, and baa given os so many evidenoea
of bis ability, that we feel it to bea doty
.we owe to bis gonius and to the noble
art he represen ts, to oom mond his work
to oar fellow-oitizons. Dr. Fu'rman'e
portrait is pronounced here, on all
hands, and especially by bis associ?tes,
to be admirably correct. You will be
struck with the truthfulness of every de
- tail of this fine painting. In the proper
light the distinctness of outline, the ouse
of posture, the living expression of the
eye and mouth, and the natural colors
and tints of tho face, are all on the can?
Let them speak for *our artist 1 We
hail him among OB-the son of our soil,
tho child of genius, and' the laborious
and faithful exponent of a noble art.
Very truly, yours,
GRRENTTXIIB, S. C., Jane 13, 1871.
Affairs are onoe more becoming excit?
ing ia Mexico. Tired of carrying on a
paper warfare, both the supporters of
Juarez and the chronic issuers of pro
nunoiamento3 have taken to actual war
with all the earnestness of which the
Mexican character is capable of putting
forth. Tampico is being vigorously
bombarded by the insurgents, and is by
this time probably in their possession,
as their gnus had silenced tho govern?
ment batteries on the date of our latest
despatch. At Guerrero, there bas been
desperate fighting, terminating in a vio
tory for the Juarisls,- In Sinaioa mat?
ters ore in utter confusion. Taken alto?
gether, the situation indicates but too
plainly that the sister Bepublio is ateadi
ly ftppro??hing ft condition of nn?rohy so
complete ia ila rain to both life and pro?
perty, that some strong foreign power
"will bo compelled to intervene for .hu?
manity's sake. This task, however dif?
ficult and disagreeable, it must fall to
our. lot in.tho end to perform. We can
no-? permit? a foreign power to establish
a protectorate-,over Mexico/ , In fact, no
European rmtion would j Care to^ under?
take- tho. .carrying out of ony, aob-omo
looking to th? tran quill ization of our
uneasy*airier, after the. 'sad exp?riences
of Maximilian', and .Louis Nap oreg ?.'.
Pr i?o?~ N?p?f?on*/ (JeromeTTo^-?rwise
known aa Prince Plon-Plon, cornea to the
d?fon??t.Napoleon ?il tuan able and
a plausible lotter addressed,- to Julfee
Farro. Hoircoouuta tho disasters brought
upon France aiuco tho ?death di the Em?
piretwa^ jflectyed^ ^.at^th?re
must be an appeal to the people, in order
to bring order out of* tho present cbaoa.
He aaya: "Faith in monarchy cannot' bo
imposed-. The only baso upon which a
govornmQut iu. Frarlce cari affirm ita
priuoipler-tbe-ouly eoorco ?Irom wbioh it
'can draw legitimacy mid fqroo, ia by an
appeal to tho'people. Which Mve claim
add on which France ought to insist."
Prince- Napoleon is said to bo an nblo
writer and a briliiaut.d?buter, and the
inheritor of the featares of the first Na?
THE PARIS COMMON? :AS A RAT TRAT.'
It is said that Prince Bismarok, in va?
rions ways, encouraged the Paris Com?
mune for sometime, and particularly in
admitting, on that aide of the city held
by tho German army, all comors into
Paris, without questioning, and that bis
idea was that the Commune would thus
draw within tho Walls of Paris ali the
most vicious revolutionary elements of
thb Continent. But what for? "Then,"
said the great rat-catcher, as reported,
"when the trap is full, we will shut tho
door." And BO it was, that when the
trap was full, the Germans did shut the
door on their aide, and tho Versailliats,
eujtoring on tho opposite side of the city,
tho fighting incendiaries of the Oom
mjibe were all killed or captarod.
<: A'special correspondent of 'the New
Yprk World, writing from Paris under
date of Hay 29, givea tho following list
of tho pnblio buildings in that city which
hcjve been destroyed, and those wbioh
have been either partially pr entirely
sajred: .1 ? . ii.'i
' Tho Tuileries, wholly destroyed as far
as the Pavilion-do Floro-all of the old
building; tho Hotel de Vi Ho, wholly de?
stroyed; tho Sainto Chapelle, saved; the
Palais de JuStioe, saved, partially; tho
Bank of Franco, saved i thc Talma Boya),
destroyed,, partially; the Theatre Ly?
rique, destroyed; the Theatre du Gh?to
let, destroyed; the Theatre Port at. Mar?
tin, destroyed; the Louvre, noarly all
saved, the library barned; the gas works
at Aubervilliers, destroyed; the Hotel de
Justioe, destroyed; the G bu rob of St.
EaBtaohe, partially destroyed; tbe Min?
istry of Finan oe, destroyed; tho Palais
d'Orsay, destroyed; the Cour des
Comptes, destroyed; half the buildings
ou the Quai d Orsay, destroyed; the
Biblioth?que Nationale, saved; tbe Grand
Livre, saved; the - Mont de Piete, Hue
Blancs Manteaux,-'partially destroyed;
the Madeleino, saved, but the columns
sadly defaoed; the Prefecture of Police,
destroyed;, tho Grenier d'Abondance,
destroyed; the Entrepot des Yins, Quai
St. Bernard, partially destroyed; the
Odeon Theatre, partially destroyed; tho
Conciergerie, ono tower destroyed; the
Pantheon, saved; tho Caisse des Depots
Graineterie, destroyed; the Garde Meu?
ADVANCING CIVILIZATION.- We see by
tho telegraph, wbioh has how girdled the
world and brings, ns news quiok as
Pack, that France and America- are
taking care of the heathen Coreana on
the coast of Asia, and forcing our civili?
zation down their throats at the cannon's
mouth, while tho heathen at home are
making very rapid progress in the other
direction. We had almost forgotten
all about Corea, until aroused by the
thunder of war-like American and
French guns. Some weeks ago we saw
it stated that orders had been sent to the
Asiatic squadron to look after our inte?
rest in tho Peninsula of Corea, a sort of
appendage to Japan, we believe, whose
people had acted very stupidly in ex?
cluding Christians from their miserable
half acre of terrestrial squalor and
wretchedness, and dealt cruelly with
ship-wrecked mariners. Tho instruc?
tions wero to exhaust peaceful, persua?
sive means, and then try what virtue
there still remained in gun-powder. The
result ia before us by telegraph. Thc
combined naval forces of France and
America havo mado a "reconnaissance
in force" against tho masked batteries ol
the copper-oolored Coreans, and esoapet]
without muoh injury. It was a "gallan!
advance" and a "glorious retreat." Ol
course we shall conquer, and civilize ont]
utilize these savages, and teach them hov,
to wear ootton manufactured goods,
smoko Virginia tobacco, drink French
wines, and eat English opium.
There appears no way in which tb<
California murderess, Mrs. Laura D
Fair, can escape ?bo penalty of hoi
crime. Tho lawa of that State do no
permit tho Governor to interfere in aoj
other way than by granting an absolutt
pardon-a power which he will bo loll
to exercise in the present state of publb
feeling. According to a San Francise*
paper, Mrs. Fair takes tho greatest paim
with her toilet in prison, often changiuf
her dress threo or four times a day.
Tho Wheeling, West Virginia, Int?tti
gencer reports that the Cincinnati ant
Pittsburg express, going West, over tin
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, on Tues
day, about a mile East Of Glover's Gap
ran over and instantly killed a younj
man, of perhaps eighteen, and a child o
fiyo or six years ot ago, wbioh he wa
trying to rescue frdm danger.
The Department of Agriculture, a
Washington, is satisfied, from report
reoeived from all parts of the South, tba
ihe cotton crop this year will not exCeec
8,50O,Q00 bales, and, - perhaps,- may b<
- "THB "ITOWBV"CtANO*-W??-AND WHAX
THET ABB-THC B?BIN II?OD OF A - DIS?
MAL SWAMP.- For nearly fifteen ytors
has been infested with a gang pf despera?
does. . 8 om o of tho dater bl?Q?y ; deeds
?.bts baud" pave boen' tetographod as
Klux outrages, "and b?*o: formed an
?ortaut part of tho.?topk'.in 'trade df
Jiu Klux agitators.# $ Wg4'?#i?.,09m*
posed of whites, bla^M'dt?.molattopsi
with, tn tho caso of tb<s"i??d?fs, on' ad
a swamp,rin.wbiob pursuit.is quite use
lees. . On-the Western boundary of this
swamp, tho Lowry family baa resided
from colonial times; at first, a? .respecta?
ble farmers? and..later, as thieves and
outlaws." They are of Portuguese stook,
but intermixed with the Indian several
generations book, andsincobave received
au infusion of negro blood. Allan Low?
ry, tbe father of tbe six boys now in tba
band,'Bcems to .have been, by instinct
and in appearance, moro o( nn Iodian
than anything else. Hebry Berry Low?
ry', the youngest brother,, is tho acknow?
ledged i?ader of the gang. At tho com?
mencement of tho late war, them? Low
rye, with -a number of mulatto coosins,
became more bold ~ and outrageous io
tboir depredations. Attempts to oapture
them resulted in the murder of the
In the winter of 18G3-C1, the gang
was joined, by some .escaped Federal
prisoners, from Florence, 8. O. This
increased their number to abont thirty.
They now maintained themselves by
open and undisguised plunder, killing
stock, robbing houses and individuals.
At last, the citizens bauded to hunt them
down, and a fight took place on the bor?
der of the ewamp, in which old Allan
Lowry and tho oldest son, "Bill," were
killed. When tho war ended, the Fede?
ral soldiers left the gang and were sent
North. The remainder wore th roo Low
rye, three Oxehdines, "Boss" Strong,
and George Applewhite, a coal-black ne?
gro, who married a sister of tbe Lowrys.
Since then, several of the gang have been
captured, but all broke jail except Hen?
derson Oxendine, who was executed for
murder in March, and Calvin Oxendine,
who is now in jail at Wilmington,
charged with the murder of ex-Sheriff
King, of Bobeson County. Tho United
States troops, lately stationed ia Bobo
son, once attempted to take the oulla ws.
These shot and killed a citizen, named
Taylor, within 200 yards of tho soldiers*
camp. They were at onoo ordered under
arme, and started for tbe SCOLD of murder.
By tho time they got there, tho outlaws
wore, of course, deep in tho heart of the
ewamp. Since the war, the gang have
committed eight murders, besides wound?
ing a number of persons, beating and
maltreating others, and averaging, nt
least, one robbery per week. AI! the
members of the gang beloDg to the
Union League, and, all tho men who
have been murdered, except OLe, Mr. In?
man, were Democrats.
A HORSE PLAQUE.-A now borso dis?
ease, which baffles tho skill of tho most
eminent veterinary surgeons, says the
New York Post, bas appeared in tue sta?
bles of the horse railroad oompanies and
large livery keepera of New York, and
has destroyed many valuable animals.
Tho Third avenue lino has, it is report?
ed, two huudred horses suffering from
the plague, and thu disease is also pre?
valent in the stables of tbe.olber compa?
nies. The veterinary surgeons declare
that the disenso is not infectious, but
confess thoir inability to define its true
character. It is reported that up to the
present time, upwards of eight hundred
horaea have been attacked by it. Many
; In 1848, Mr. Junina Smith, of South
Carolina, commenced the cultivation of
toa in this country, and since that timo
it has been cultivated with moderate suo
oess in various parts of the South. A
correspondent of the Wilmington (N. C.)
Journal says that his brother bas raised
plants and cured tea which cannot be
excelled in flavor by the imported arti?
cle. Tbe plants were obtained from the
Agricultural Bureau of the Patent Office
before the rebollion, and?thoir number
has increased every year, the later plants
being fully equal to those first grown.
Tho manifesto said to bovo been issued
by the International Society, accepting
the responsibility of the Parisian insur?
rection and announcing its determina?
tion to maintain the struggle against
capital and priest-craft, bas not quite the
air of a genuine document. It is alleged
to havo been issued at Paris; but it is
hardly probable that any of tho loaders
of the society aro still in that city.
At Jefferson City, Missouri, on Sunday
evening, a disputo ocourred between
Mrs. Berry and her brother, named Hof
flns, which resulted in Hollins shooting
his sister and then blowing out his own
brains. Thc woman died on Monday
night. Tho cxaot cause of tho quarrel is
not knowu. Mrs. Berry kept a drug
store, and her brother lived with ber.
Bapid progroBS is being made with tho
works of the great tunnel under Mont.
Cenis. Communication from ond to end
has now been open for some little timo,
but there are still about seventy metres
of the tunnel to complete ia the con tro
and tho permanont way to lay down. It
is expected that the whole will bo finish?
ed by the end of Juno.
Buchhoit, tho Charleston baker, whoso
supposed drowning created 00 little sen?
sation and river-dragging last week, has
been "interviewed" by a Charleston po?
liceman, in Louisville, Ky. Ho was all
right, aud bound to Wisconsin.
Boroo Dade County (Ga.) ruffians in?
vaded tho house of a Mr. Kennedy, somo
.time since, and wore repulsed, one of
them losing bis life. They again at?
tempted tho outrage, shooting Kennedy
and bis daughter,
The publia schools iu Charleston, S.
C., aro to bo discontinued, on tho 30th
inst., for want of funda tp'run them.
There aro still about 250 Seminole In?
dians in Florida.
?Tho German papera are working into"
ar great ^excitement over Heb golan d,
which tb oy demand Bball be ceded book
fco;G?r'many. AB tWr !stBTn3~hrehad&
story, and as its possession may yet bio,
question tbab .will give Prussia liDr
' ?pity to measure ^swords with;
ritain, a description and ? sketch
L?Btory of -the island will not.bo?
laco. Helgoland, or Heligoland,
and in tho North Sea, forty-six
miles from tho month .pfc the ?Elbe. It
is A great rock 200 feet high, surrounded
by a,sandy plain. The whole area of
tho island- barely bxceeds five sq ti aro
miles; its population is but 2,200, mostly
fishermen and pilots, who speak a dia?
lect of tho Friaciuo tongue It uaod to
belong' to Schleswig, .but was taken
forcibly from Denmark, in 1807, by Eng?
land, to frustr?t o the plans of tho first
Napol?on against Great Britain. Tho
possession of tho island was confirmed
to Great Britain by tho treaty of Kiel,
1814, the parties to that treaty being
England, Denmark and Sweden. Heli?
goland is of little value to Great Britain
except for ita naval position, os it brings
no rovonues to the Imperial treasury,
and tho whole trade with the mother
country is less than ?1,000 a year. The
cry in Germany is for a "restoration" of
the island, but ita history 6bows that it
was never a part of Germany. Great
Britain was the first spoiler of Denmark,
and took a barren rock aud a littlo sundy
plain. Prussia oame afterwards, and,
having seized a province, lays claim to
that wbiob formerly bolongcd to the pro?
vince. Certainly thora eau bo no justifi?
cation of the manner in which Great
Britain became possessed of it, but if
she is accountable to any country for the
occupation, which has been confirmed
by treaty, it is to? Deumark, and by no
means to Germany. The significance of
the demand is not to be denied. The
control which Prince Bismarck exercises
over the press is well known. Before
any important step bo takes occasion to
have a predetermined line of policy de?
manded through tho public organs. It
was so at, every crisis of the lato war.
The taking of Alsace and Lorraine was
foreshadowed by tho press long before it
was officially stated OH one of the terms
of peace. It may be, and it very likely
is, as yet, only a tentative step. Perhaps
it will bo years before it is followed up
by a formal demand. But we may be
sure that if the outcry about a "restora?
tion" to Germany of what never belong?
ed to it, by Great Britain, with wbiob
Germany bas no quarrel, were displeas?
ing to the astute chancellor of tho Em?
pire, bo would speedily find a way to put
a stop to it.
The second annual council of the In?
dian tribes inhabiting tho Indian Terri?
tory is in session at. Octnulgee for the
purpose of forming a constitution for a
permanent government. During the
first day's sossiou speeches were made to
tho Indians by Gens. Sherman and Mar?
cy. Tbe delegates ore mostly educated
men, and are exceedingly anxious to
'jring the tribes together under a civilized
form of government.
ibo relativos, fricada and acquaintances of
Mre. 8. A. WALTER, and of Mr. and Mra. W.
?. Walter, arc invited to attend tho funeral of
the former, at hor late residence, on Plain
street, THI3 AFTERNOON, at half-past i
' ?1 ? ? . -*
At a regular meeting of tho Independent
Steam Firo Engine Company, held in thoir
Hall, du tho 23d of May, 1S71, tho following
resolutions were unanimously adopted:
Resolved, That tho Company looks hack
with emotione of heartfelt jdeaenro at thoir
lato visit to tho City hy the Sea, where all,
both firemen and citizens, vied with each
J other in administering to our comfort and
Resolved, That tho thanks cf this Com?
pany be tendered to all, who, in any manner,
tended to make our visit a pleasant one.
Resolved, That wo hereby extend our thanks
to the firemen of tho city of Charleston gene?
rally, and to tho Eagle Company, onr old ally
and devoted friends, most especially.
Resolved, That our Lhauks are due, and arc
hereby extended, to Captain LyBrand and
his fine band for tho rica melodies discoursed
on the occasion.
Resolved, That our thanks aro tend ci cd to
ttl0 Palmotto Firo Engino Company for tho
very handsomo and courteous reception given
on our return to our homes and UresiJos.
By order of tho Company.
DANIEL C. PEIXOTTO, Soc'y.
Native and Foreign Wines.
SCUPPERNONG, Concord, Sauterne, Cla
rot, Champagnes, just received and for
salo low. by E. LIOTE.
A DWELLING.on tho corner ot Plain
[and Marion xtroets. Also, for salo three
lbuilding LOTS, 52 foot front. Terms
lihoral. Apply to J. H. HEISE,
Juno 20 Gt_Agent.
New and Seasonable Goods Oponed
ICE CHESTS and REFRIGERATORS.
WATER COOLEttS and PLATED ICE
Packer's, patent leo Cream Freiztra.
Wiro Di-h and Plato Covors.
Palmetto and Foather Fly brushed.
Fish Globos and Aquariams.
Qunnine Congress Springs Water.
Class and Earthen Self-healing Jare.
Brass Preserving Kotllos.
Together with an endless variety of IJonso
Furnishing Cootia, at STANLEY'S
Juno 20 3_China Hall.
Encourage Home Industry.
HAVINO secured ono of tho best receipt?
in tho Stato^and procured a largo num?
ber of jara from tho North. I am now prc
parod to put up all kinds of PICKLES, on tho
most improved style, and as cheap aa can bo
bad anywhere Merchants, Li olola and
Familioa would do woll to give mo a call.
Corner Richland and Marion streets.
June '10_ G
Uaoital Building and Loan Associa
THE regular monthly meeting nf tho Stock?
holders of tliin Association will ho hold at
tho Hibornian Hall, over tho store of Mosers.
J. Agnew & Son, at 8 o'clock THIS EVENING.
A full attendanoo is nocoesary, as important
changos aro to bo mado in tho By-Laws and a
considerable amount of money to ho loaned.
Instalments will bo received at tho Tolegr.tph
Ofilco to-day and at tho Hall thi<i ?Toning.
June 20 1 . W. Ri CATHCART, Sec'y.
rr-T-. . t.. -r:-:-.'. .?WI' IUJJ.^WI? ? .tVJ-.i?"
3Lt? ?~b ?4, 1 X't O ms.
PHCENIXIANA.--The price of single
copies Of the P8o8S is ^v?^eniO?^i
Whatjword ntajr be prc?honjiced qnicV
erv;by jjdding .tvfb^mor?n?tters t?j it?
'.Quick.' \ . jj fi p
ifenry- D oblifrrar'an'" ! ti dustri oas" no d
go-ahead colored msu, is engaged io the
.preparation of pickles of various kind?,
from an excellent recipe, and is satisfied
that be can furnish . them at a less price
than tboy can be obtained from the
North. Call and see a specimen at the
PITOSIX office. 1 > v1
Pamphlets,' briefs, catamgu??B, dodgers,
posters, hand-bills, bill-heads -in fact,
everything in the way of job printing
gotten np in the bust style and on terms
that we pledge ourselves will be satisfac?
tory to all purtles. With approved ma*
clanery and steam power, we challenge
comparison in prices.
The first peaches of the season were
offered for sale in ciar streets, yesterday.
A settled thing-A good cap of coffee.
Seo the advertisement of the great
Southern freight and 1 passenger line,
published this morning. The steamers
arc all first clues," with accomplished
The catalogue of the Dae WeBt Po-'
male College, located in Abbeville Dis?
trict, shows that the institution is in a
flourishing condition. Dev. J. I. Bon?
ner is tho President.
Catholics throughout thc Christian
world, on Saturday, celebrated aa event
which to them was little less than a mi?
racle, since it never occurred but once
before, and its repetition bad como to
be regarded as next to impossible. This
was the completion of the twenty-fifth
year of the reign of the Popo-the only
one of the long line of Doman Pontiffs
who, Binco St. Peter, the founder of the
Church, bas occupied the Papal chair
for that length of time
It is pleasant, in those torrid days, to
think that Capt. Hull takes with bim in
his Arctic voyage a thermometer which
will register eighty-eight degrees below
In conntries subject to earthquakes wc
look for their periodical return, and ir
nations like France we expect tho recur
: renee of reigns of terror and scenes ol
j horror, such as have jost been pass?e
"Henpeck" is the name of a post of
I fice in Alexandria County, Illinois. It
does a small business-mails avoid it.
Cotton is HO genorally planted at tb<
South because Sambo will steal the corn
Cheap out-of-door breakfast-A roi
ou tho grass. , -
"Was the Doman matron, whose son
were jowels, a mother of pearl?" "No
my child, the Gracohi were Cornelians.1
An honest banker somotimes fails it
making money, but a dishonest on
makea money by foiling. "
j DEATH OF MRS. S. A. WAITES.-W
are again called upon to record the deatl
of a "mother in Israel." Mrs. Sarah A
Wolter was born in Fayetteville, N. C.
'but bas been a resident of Columbi
nearly her entire life-sixty-eight yean
and to say that she was generally be
loved, is simply to speak tho truth. Sh
was a consistent member of thc Metbc
dist Episcopal Church, for a number c
years. Mrs. Walter was a true friend,
model wife and an excellent motbei
Her death was sudden. She had bee
complaining for several days, but yestei
day morning, apparently much bette:
dressed herself and sat up, but in a shoi
time fell back and died soon after bein
placod on her bed. Her funoral servie*
will bo performed this afternoon, at hal
past 1 o'clock.
EEUOIOUS.-On Sunday last, Dishc
Davis administered tho rito of confirm
tion iu Trinity Church to fifteen cand
dates. It was a touching spectacle I
witness the blind Bishop, assisted I
tho Rev. P. J. Shand, perform his hif.
ofilco. Tho Bishop, from bis chair
the chancel, preached an able and i
On Saturday last, there was a Gath
lie jubilee in Charleston, in honor of tl
twenty-fifth anniversary of tho eleoth
of Pies IX. There was a grand gathc
iug of Catholics, and addresses were d
livered by Ber. T. Birmingham, M.
O'Connor, Esq., and Rev. C. J. Crogba
In 1316, on the 16th day of June, Gi
vanni Maria Mastai Ferretti was chos
as tho 250th successor of St. Peter?' a;
beoamo Popo under tho title of Pius I
Tho celebration was in honor of t
twenty-fifth anniversary of his pouti
M Ain ARRANGEMENTS,-Tho*Nortbe
mail opens at 3.00 P. M.; closes 7.
A. M. Charleston day mail opens 4.
P. M.; closes COO A. M. Chariest
night mail opens G.30 A. M. ; closes 6.
P. M. Greenville moil opens 6.45
M.; closes, 0.00 A. M. Western m
opens0.00A.-M.; doses 1.80P. M. <
i Sunday ofilco open from 3 to 4 P. M.
TnV QAijikitT. of MESSRS. . WEARS &:
Hfx,r-4*s W^t?' Wi: to. it he gallery of ?
Meeerei Wham . & JE?X convinces us that
these artists' ?re still io toe lino of prb- '
gross! . Tit'ey-' keep tullyi??Wp&j os toc/
all -,tbeiYraproveraents , ?ado in their 'd?- ?
pajrtmeot.iond they torn out jas fino pic- 1
turee, of nil kindra As you will find in
?ny. galley. Their work is/ c^s?de^ed .
very fine, abd. tt??y hove scoured a 'tte-;',
servedly Jiigh reputation in their .branch:,
of the fine arts, -v .' iii :>'::.
HOTKI? AiuiiVALS, Juno 19.~Colur?^ia
?Hotel-K?. J. Hayes,,L^xingt?p;-.Wi-Ji;
Crosswell, Augusta;. Mrs. J. H. Adams
and two children!, Richland; ,T. J, .Qood
wyn, Fort Motte; Q..jf?.Hay, Summer?
ville; G. O. Perrin? L. W. Sinikine, Va.;-:
Mra..W. lt. Robertson, T. ?. Robertson,
Wjonsboro; W. B, Gooding,-: A.) B. R-?
W. O, Heriot, Columbia. ;i
Jtficliereon 'House-S. ,F, Tenney ?nd.
wife, Texas;. Mr. Rutlodge, Misa. Rut?
ledge aiid servant, J. Gilfillan,-. J. M.
Fredeberg, 0. M. Furmnu, Charleston;
J. ?. Godfrey, Atlanta; J. Sutphen, B- <
C.; W* D. Kennedy, S. C.; J. W. Hoff?
man, Philadelphia; G. K. Wright, G. N.
G. Batt and wife. Wm. Johnston, Char?
lotte; J. S. R. Thomaon, Yorkville;, J..
H. Averill, Ringville; J. A. Bronson,
Barnwell; . W. B. Ball, Laurens; E. *
LIST OP NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.'
Jacob Levin-Ano ti on Sales.
R. IL Scott-Proclamation.
A. L. Tyler-Steamship Line. ' , " >". j
H. Dobbins-Home Industry. .
Meeting Independent Steam Fire Cor'
J. H. Heise-Dwelling to Rent. ' '
Capital Building and Loan Association
D. B. Miller-Special Session Court. '.
. Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient.
E. Hope-Foreign Wines. jr.-n-.i. c
W. B. Sthaleyr-Seosonablo Goods.: <r
Resolutions IndependentFire Go.'
C mci An RaVPMt HTTMBEUS of the Charleston
Charitable Association, for the benefit of the
Free School. Fund: . ' '
RAFFLE CLASS NO. SO;
Morning... ...June 19,1871.
Witnesa oar hands, at Charleston, this ?9th .
day of June, 1S71. FENN PECK, : * .'
Juno 20 1" _-Sworn'Commis*iopera.
Independent Fire Co. }j>
THE Ropular Monthly
, Mooting of this Com?
pany will be hold In the
.Call, THIS EVENING,
120th, 8 o'clock.- By order: .
D. 0. PEIXOTTO,
Juno 20:1 Secretory,
'lue company is also.ordered to appear at
their Engine House, at half-past i o'clock P.
M., for parado._* * _. ? . .
Special Session of Court,
C LE It K'S OFFICE,
CoLraiBii, 8.0., June 19,1871.
PURSUANT ta an ordir ot HON. SAMUEL
Y7. MELTON, a SPECIAL SESSION Of
tho Court ot General Sessions, for Richland
County, will bo held at Colombia, commenc?
ing na MONDAY NEXT, the 2Gth day of June.
Prosecutors, Witneaee?, and others interest?
ed, are not i lied to attend..
Jnno20 6_P. B. MfLLER. C. C. C.
THE MOB.RIB COTTON GIN
HAS DISTANCED ALL OTHERS, . ..
AND is warranted to do it again. For fall .
particulars, relative to these machines,
address E. MORRIS,
June 18 3n:o Columbia, S. C.
EXTRA due FULTON MARKET BEEF.
Extra fine SMOKED BEEF.
Ohoico SDGAR-OTJRED STRIPS.
'.wrra . .-. ..
Other fr?ab and desirable articles, J dat re?
ceived aud for sale, by
Juno 18 2_ R. D. BENN A BAN:
ASELECT assortment of DOOR BELLS,
GONGS, LOCKS, NIGHT LATCHES,
Ac. All kinds Sawing Maohtne NEEDLES '
constantly on* hand. Fine Locks m ad o to
order, and repairing or all kinda done prompt- .
ly. F. A. SCHNEIDER,
_Gun and Locksmith. Plain street.
PURE LEAF LARD-"guaranteed strictly
pure"- -in barrels, bair barrel?, kegs ana
3, 5 and 10 caddies, for jalo at reduced prices,
by . JOHN AGNEW Sc SON.
THREE mouths from this dato, application
will be made to tho Greenville and Colum- '
bia Railroad Company for the renewal of the
following SCRIP, belonging to the estate of
JESSE DBBKUHL, which boa been lost or
mini aid, viz:
Stock Scrip No. 1,102, 250 shares.
Assessment Certificate on same, No. 1,132.
Scrip No. 1,337, 5 shares.
Assessment Certificate on same, No. 1,514.
no. WM. H. PARKER.
Receiver Estate of Jesse DeBruhl. deo'd,
JUNE 2. 1871. Abbeville C. H.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
WHEREAS, information has reach od this
Department, that William Sims, Sr.,
of Darlington County, was, OD the 21st day of
May last, without canse or oro ve cation, shot
and barbarously murdered by one JAMES
SANDERS, who nts Qed from' justice, and all
efforts for lila arrost have boen BO far unsuc?
Now, therefore, I, ROBERT K. SCOTT,
Governor of the State of Booth Carolina afore?
said, in order that tho law? may bo vindicated
bv the arrost and punishment of said Sanders,
db hereby offer a rowaM of TWO HUNDRED '
DOLLARS for the app < hi neion of ?aid San?
ders,-and his delivery in ft ty Jail of thia State:
lu teatUnon* wi.?reof, I have ho?
-- unto Bub*IT;! id my nara?-, and
I. ? 1 caused tQ< at Heat ol tho State
j \hB- i to be affix?.', i. Columbia, thia 17th
? -~ day of Jur e. A. D. 1871, and in
' tho niucty-.i/th year of. can Inde
i peodance of tho United States of
. ROBERT K. 8COTT, Goverhor.
F. L. CABDozo,.Seorctary of State
June^O V < ' * .