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Greenville Times. lhe . can, after Cu.l.ng that ti. ;j.rort Of 111 lit rt ho Tm' llw,i,",---n, fV-vrf !r TV Presort Tilkia; D1UC STOR tXTZZDkT, XUT 1. 1877. ituJeni.tr to tbe uuiliuic!il f ...UBS. I a (."iTIllI lulUMT Geaeral Boyatoa, : ib Cincin nati Gazelle, La jast re-turned froaa a trip through Ohio, lie re- pam Uuu it aa election mere to rr ym I?. M A pxtrsr.lhiiii-v event l as Ur-icham Vonn'- Wtieil I. With a.iM wm V,rke in iMckets ""rrr" n m-i. i pwm wwr. i h iwcivct mi ti e m-ayMe and made tht'ir : rt-;i blvf Wi. an eye wttie-- Em-land a minion in V I track tBJcMhew.verofdarUe,. I 'oU -he affair. I alimie t the frequently nked Joseph Smith lad if l, ;n t-t. . :... .I. 'stranding and capture f i!ie vert- hi; w e shild tin this and that : Xorthf-ra nrium u .i ilub,! rpe! in from of the'Nud he: "Brother Hicham mill find llic.'c rrenrded deeds a liK-h are commit ted without iiro- , table e rpe! in from of the uid he: "Brother IJrisham, 1 Caledonian Hotel, tieorge street,; nt you to understand doctrine 0'h. Ahont four o'clock vefer-i it i. When you iacU England be held o-morrn the Cm.u1.IU I ..... t.. . . . nay an animal or fi. evidentlv of the Iortl wiil tench vott what to 1 r nwn iHinmni vu H- . ' - cant would at earn- a aine-h? j h eomnared to ahieh the n.i. fHf se prting hi ' do, ju; a he teache me how to con at j in that State. He mas coospietely atonihed to tui t-oi b aa owrabelaiing ritioa to ih President' Sob then policy among Ohio Eepablicafct. Thia U Eepalilk-aa information traveling thronjh Kepttblicaa ar eaaea. It U ia the nature of u illia2 testlaoay, which ia the cearU ha irrras-J v.: ue. What- rcr BoyuloB may have atL tlx- atai f thiagt rrprcwented etiiUk la Ohi. We are tterhajw ot jire farad to saj that no county ia CUo woalJ pre a Ccpublicaa ma 1 Joritj to-diy, but it i atill true that the I!eubli(B diaflwtioa U sreatokt ia the Rcjmhlicaa roua Uea. The WeM era Rcmrrre hat little reaerre ia expreasia w rath . at the Sou them policy of rret deal Ilayea. Old Bca Wade hai a foilaaiaf ia the Wetter Ucac ne. , Bat it b bmIcm to attempt to di- Caiat the fact that the Cejmblicafi party ia this Sute it almost real aaaader. Hie voice of Bca Wade la bat the echo of thousands of voice. It ia only the uouthice of tantitaada of Repablicana that bora the burden and the heat of tkaday. The diowUt crop out ia tha coaalry rc., aad even aoaM of the dailiea do not htilatc toetpreaa their diacatikfacliou The Washington corrrfpondent of the Ciucianali Timet taj t : Ur. Cowiea, pnpriclor of the Cleve laatl Leader, bad au Interview with taa rreahkat latt bitit, duria; which the political tituatiou wat freely dincusM-d by tha latter. Mr. Cowiea told the President that tlic diawlisfactioii among tU Ohio Eepubllcaut at the Southern policy 'la no great ai lo probably result in tha Stale being lott to the Repub lican iu October next, by the Ite paUlcaaa refuting to vote. The lrcaldent evlnood ao turpriae at tua, but aald that although a tetu porary defeat might bo encouuter td at the (kiIIh, iu tlio cud the party would best router ttmu ever, , Tlio politic! of llio country are in a diteaaed condition, ami require evens treatment to bo iniulo heal thy again. Tlio 1'reniduiit uid lie axterlalncd uo doubt of I ho uo eeaa of hla policy, which will do etroy (he color Hue In polilk-a, aud bring lira best men of both partiv to the front, lie expected tlio lto- publican would certainly carry ITorlh Carolina and Tcuncaico at the Next election, and already the Democratic party in South Caro lina ia ahowing aigus of breakltig up. lie expected Hampton would pumue tuvb a coumo that two years heuce the lUpublicaua will bo glad' to nominate and run him aa their candidate for Governor. The Trculdeut said he alo believed the llcpubllaaus would carry Lou itiana at the next election, aud that the Democratic jaity in il)0 State will not be able to hold together. These, ho said, will bo tlio fruits of the Southern policy, which Just now Is not acceptable to all Re publicans. "i ic jveniprr neonie arc exam-1 pie of merry and humanity. Even a. w rite w e Uve Mart b a Sew York Herald emaVuij: aa account of au ootrafrr almost ia the suhnrh of that city Mc exoeed in fteadihlinrw any offonw Dial lite annals of or abT other Soother Mnte can fuN nish, even tliouh they t the ont- rroppmp of nMlir! w'ru!e. In thi case the vi tim was a helplc, unoffending w oman. Aftorsnfler ing untold iiilmiiiaiiitH at the! hand of twenty-three mflians he wat left to die in the wool alone. In the tncautinie, ay tlc Herald reporter, not a inj.'le step h been taken hy the authorities to bring to justice the fien.is who, if tlicy liave not murdered the clrl. hare terribly injured her for lilo." Xow, thia jHor, bclplc female was lnnnreiit of offense to iind or man she had floneier wrongdo ers no injury she had not brokm the jeaee ot the coiiimunliy he had not committed anamination nor plot tod it but she wa sub jected to cruelties by the side of which the punitdiment inflicted npoa the Cilwer-ChiKhoIra dun was mercy. A later llorald (the Sd), ha rcforeuoe to atill another crime la that community of altnwt parallel enormity to the one just recited, and the Herald is fuir minded enough to say : " This out rage hapjicnod ia the midnt of what we call the hight civiliaation. aud seenu to have excited the au thorities here urjrisiiij;Iy litlJe. Let nt make our own police do their doty, aud then we can com plain of MiitsiNKippL" We don t uudemand what is meant by the call upon Governor Stoue to u strike terror to the hearts of lawless men." The Gov ernor is as much bound hv the law Mother people arc, and it distinct ly prescribes hi d Hies. It gives him uo authority to Iry anybody to hang anybody or to put any hotly iu tho penitentiary. The men engaged iu the Kcmm-r aflair did their w oik in open day. They will not run away aor hide them selves. They are amcuable to the law; and judicial tribuuals are established to try them. It will bo time enough for Ibo Governor to exercise his tiowera comman der iu chief when the law for the punishment of tho accusod arc do-! the bay near Heather Maud. Its act hers." This I fo.iti 1 to-be vec- japfwaranec evidently pcrph-xed a ily true. Brother Ileber C Kim i Isrjrc ijuwbor of spectators wm-. ball ami I started on that mission ! ble.1 n Hie tiier. ami several tele-; in coorheaUh. wlihont mose scopes were directel towards it. j in pr cloth". My family, too. A careful look satit-fiwl lis that it I were ick and but I'Oorlv off, we tias of the wrpent species, carry-j ha vitijj been driven fromotir hons inits head fnlly twenty feet abovc.'e. in Missouri. We started from the water. A number of boats ; Terra llnute and traveied to Ohio; were soon launched and proceeded 1 evcrj" place we stopped 1 found lied aud when the courts are show lobe powerlct to execute their decrees. Clariou. Gcucral Butler give a lively ac count of his interview with the I resident. It must bo trivcu en urc, fur coudeusation would rui it: " Yes, sir, I have had a vcrv do lighlful interview and understand tug with tho President. I told him I was delighted that ho had post poucd .the scsnion, and that it woum eventuate in our boiiiir able w nrgauue tlio bouo. I told him that if the Southern people beha vcu uiomsotvc and kept thuir plctlgca It would bo tlio lirst timu they rver did so, and tint thev -I .1 a siiohiu nave uuo credit for their goou aaun front uie. But I tho't ho OU lit to haVO tha ren.nl mm' The long era of corrupt and iu- cnclcnt government thro' which illsslsslppl aud Louisiana have IMwaetl, baa brought about a want of confidence in and respect for ijmj uw, aud given to violent and lawless mon a dangerous latitude der iu Mississippi inquired iuto. of action. This evil must be vlgo-1 a 1 was ono of thoso who were rouaiy craUicatcd from both states. We have heard of uo moro atro- cioua crime than that which was perpetrated iu Kemper couuty, and Governor Stone hat now an opportunity, by fearless and dctcr- of the opinion that they were oulra goon massacres, caused by pollti col hate. Ho said the tnuUor was being inquired iuto. I gavo lilm to understand that I had learned an effort wua bcinir tiiudo to HI. mined action, lo strike such terror h'"10 1,' l'arkor, postmaster at lo the heart of lawless men in Aew orleana. ite is my brotlior- Mississippi, that he will, If lie avail himself of it, have little trouble of a similar nature iu At- lure. -New Orleans Democrat , Thia ia a specimen of tho tub iu-iatt.- irencrol Key was in tho room, aud was at ouco reminded hy tho President that Dr. Parker was not to ho disturbed for tho present. I told tlio Provident that which aome Southern newspapers Bttmucl Bowles was ia tho onto- that ought to know better aro throwing out to tho Northern whale, which they Imagine is crav m or a sensational cast. If our Mew Orleans cotcmpornry will tax me momory just a littlo ho will reaaiiy recall crimes equally as atrocious aa the Kemper affair, when outraged communities were room, and that perhaps Adams was also some where around, nt Which tho President looked some- what alarmed, and I followed tip myaavautago by Just giving the President my opinion of hit. Sam uel Bowles. I think I have bulked any gamo ho was after. Tho Pre- Wont asked me about tho seven forced, by ab-iscs for which thev chooner loads of uavlnir stone wore not responsible, to inflict ,rom Capo Ann quarry now lylnir mushU. I a n - a.r : . . . -uwuiary vengeuueo upon evil ,no waaningtou wiiarvo. and 1 uoera. it hannennil at Mnnlmtitn.' Institute iu Now Orleans iu 1868, urant parish in 1874. In New Orleans on the memorable 14th of September. At Clinton. Missis. told him that they were purchased by contractor, aud that it was tho best stono in the world. I did sav a good word for Mullctt, for ho would alwoy buy the Cape Ann atn.t I- ........ I . 1 anu at Hamburg, stono when ho was an architect Eoutfa i Carolina, in 1876. If our The statements thai! am on bad lew Orloam nol.'ubor will tax hi term with the Prcldcnt are false memory he will rocall the scones at Wo will show the Democracy next rJwC.r JSt f !ew JrcaM fB,lhow wo land, lam going to J reading the war And the sum- join In the campaign iu Ohio it. r rynugcaueewhkhtheludiaua September ucxi.''" . to the bay, the crews armed w ith such wcaMiit a-, could be got han dy. Voder flic dtrcctonti of Mal colm Nicholson, our boatman, they headed the monster, and some of the boata were within twenty yards ot it when it suddenly sprang half length out of the water and made for the open. A random tire from several volunteers with ritle seemed to have no effect upon it. The boat now ranged across the entrance of the bay, and by hout and scream turned the monster and it headed directly for the breast wall ot the Great Western Hotel. The aulmul teemed thor oughly frightened, and as the boats closed in tho volunteers were u able to fire more, owing to the crowds assembled on the shore. ai a little pun six the monster took the ground ou the beach in front of the Calcdoniun Hotel, and his proportions were now fully vis ible, iu his frantic exertions, wit hi tail sweeping the beach, no cue dared approach. The sto-cs were flying iu all directions ; ono sen oiihly injuring a man, and another breaking a window ol the Com mercial Batik. A party of volun tocra under Lieutenant David Menzio now appeared, aud fired volley aftct volley into the neck. according to the directions of Dr. Campbell, w ho did not w ish, for scientific reasons that the confign ration of the head should be dam aged. As there was a bright moon this continued till nearly ten o clock, when Mr. Stevctis, f the Commercial Bank, waded in and fixed a strong rope to the animal's bead, aud by the exertion of some seventy folk it was securely drag- god above high watermark, its exact appearance as it lies on the beach is as follow : The extreme length Is 101 feet, aud tho thickest part Is about S5 feet from I ho head, which is II feet in circumference. At this part is fixed a pair of fins, which aro 4 feet long bv nearly 7 feet across at the tides. Further back is a long dorsal fin, extending for at least 12 or IS feet, and b feet high in frott, tapering to 1 foot, The tail is more of a flattened ter mination to the body than anything else. 1 ho eye aro very small In proportion and elongated, and the gill of tho length of two feet and a half behind. There aro no cx tcmal cars. Dr. Campbell did not wish tho animal handled till he communicated with lotno eminent scieutilio gentlemen, and wo could not ascertain if tlicro woro teeth or not. Great excitement Is crea ted, and tho country people aro flocking In to view it. This morn- lug Mr. Duncan Clerk, writer, took possession of tho mounter in tho rights of Mr. McKoo of Applu, and James Ninol, writer, in the iiamo of tho erowu. Rrnirkablc Phenoneioi. From Hi N im Orleuni t'lcji) une, Two mile southwest of Milne- burg, mid about half a mile from Lnko Pontehartralii, there occur red, on Friday night, a wonderful phenomenon. Tho earth for about thirty acre became suddenly de pressed, sinking fully thirty foot. aud trees on the margin tumbled into tlio chasm. When there on Saturday evening very distinct rumbling noiso could be hoard al intervals, while in tho center of tlio cave Hushes of light sprung up to tno height of fifteen or twenty C.. A I . I . mut. d iiinuwiti ouor t so strong on tho margin of tho chasm that it I approached with dlfllcul ty, and is perceptible at a distance of a milo from tho spot. Where fore is this, and what docs It mean ? I am a seafaring man, and have re cently notleud a chongo In tho gulf stream, it sett In with a powerful current through tho Chandcleur islands, Mississippi Sound. Lake Borguc, and by the lilgolct, into Portchartraln. Can it bo. hv uddun convulsion in tho internal structure of the earth, that a va- uiiiii ho been created so near. Into wblc the water of the Atlantic are now running, threatening an artnqnake r The ubleci J worth the attention of scientific hin bet ter able than the writer to ex Main this very traiige phenomenon, lo wuan i merely call attention. Jomjt Hvohv, C'i tain bvlj Aits. money in my trunk, and our ex penses only amounted to und a 1 live I had no more than $13 50 when I started. I have oue grati fication when I tell people that anything is true, they kuow it is true jui a well as I do, Corresjoudent The people c-f the East arc anxious to know soiuc- thinir of the agreement with the women lu polygamy. Young It is none of their busi uok, no more than it is our busi ness to inquire of them what agreement they make. I have been a protector ot virtue all the days of uiy life. Correspondent How could the woiiicu couseut in i heir hearts to share the same hubands ? Young We believe that the plural order of marriage is true, and the truth is just as applicable lor women as men. I dure say there are nit-n to-day who wisn they bad another wife ; aud there are single w omen who w ili they wore married to such and such a man. And il the law of the land did not prevent men from marry iug more than one wife there would not be to-di.y so many thousand old maids iu Massachusetts. A. B. FINLAY& CO., liru r.i:S in i n u a s iXD HEDICIirES FLR.TMERY. TOILET SOAPS, raiats. Oils, Dy, Cla. AlSO SODA AND MINERAL Ca rrszglii asi in Battles. T Onion sets and Garden Grass and Flower seed of all de scriptions. Cornt Wellington rVr'arrri- I II i SI i 7 K b;(.'Imi- I. uM-.t,i;ii e- siysip.-.., CO I tBRt ART . CALENDAR lllli l.i'H f in 1.MH I at, A veil ne and Mnlberrv streets. Feb - f.a. G REEXVILLE. CO MARCH Greenville Dakerr j Bread, Cakes, Pastry and CoNrECTIOXARIES , Always kept. OUDERS S0L1C1TKP for IU1.' P Patties, Wedilings, Etc. On Main Srret, bet men llnlherrv and Loeost A. 7ACCII nov. 18, 187S- lfiif 13114 -iiiil 17 tf --!)! I : i' sow DO a run. Hi l t.VIK l SI urn iu -.ii jsi CO HAT :IJi l-t 14 IM arist. ii REFUGE SALCCL HAVINO Nowattcd ap saauir ished my Salwn,in the Large Two Story Building i Wll I til 17 41 Hit i-i lMl! roa the Q Qftnl Bitkr. ' Wmhinfton WrejHinJeol Cln. KiKjuirw. 15c u Duller lias done another shrewd thing. It will be remem bered that a few day ago the past master general appointed Bcu's nephew, George liutlcr, special agent to the Black Hills region, ou the combined recomuicudaiioit of Ben Butler, Sayler and Cox, and has siuce dismissed him ou the tes timony of a promhient Methodist bishop Hut Ueurge Butler was linnk, disorderly, profane aud vulgar on a palace car en route to Chicaso. To-day tho postmaster general received a characteristic letter from Gcneial Butler, iu which, after quoting the published statement of his nephew' pcrfor mauee and Key' action thereon, he sav : ' " If any part of this statmeut Is true, you did exactly right prompt to remove the otlundcr. If Mr. Butler, drunk or obor, is capable of acting in that way, ho is utterly until to hold any position among gentlemen. I should not place any credence in tho statement were it not that I could hardly Conceive that tho postmaster geucral would remove ou official upon so grave a chargo without a hearing, unless after a careful investigation he had ascertained tho trutu of the, state ment or established thorn by rell- uie witnesses beyond doubt. Therefore, in this note I assume tho facts hnve been proven to vour satisfaction, because after what on told mo of your utiwlllimruo to change the appointment ot Mr. Adams asposlmaftcrat Doadwood after charges had been muduj against him, tlio fact of removal ould show that tlio charges had eon sustained. I feel certuin that ou would act with like justice In tho other enso. Assuming this fact, therefore, I most fully concur witu and applaud your action in the promises, and would have acted as you have douo when assured of tlio raets hnd I bocn iu your place. IlKNJ. F. BUTt.KK." Judge Key think Butlo- has doue tho square thing. Ho tt) t j,o made thu appointment mainly on Hen' roeomincndntioii, to show that he (Koy), an cx-robcl, was willing to forget and forgive even General Butler. But he adds, joc ularly, "How tho Democratic pa per would have pitched into me if I had not had Co mid Soylor'a letters." MULBERRY STREKT, Refuge Club Rooms.! 1 sow . solicit the rrnuc patkosa CO JtXK NONE BIT THB FRKSU KADr best m ALWAV8 MOVOKS htH'. 4t om Ut .. . ill KEPT, ' dec23 .. ...... . it I I lUfil i ! lu II ljl:i 14 1.1 II i; H iwailji .i s i s .tija7jvs is T A XT22W8FAFZZI Especialli Devoted TO TDK IreenvilleG AND THE COI'KTIES Of Washington, Bolivar Issaquena and Sunfiotvtr. S7Com m tinieat ions of local in terest in those counties eolciterr - AM. MANNER Or Job Worh Dsn Ktstl,, Cheaply aM Capeaitleaaij. " AUIiBKO . TIMES, Greenville, : Kiss DO a rcr sr. H,l4lf CQ' VPTtv WlKt- CO mIimiJu. KOVf" CO lKttVP"t iilii!if ' W IIlNi- N. B. JOHNOOII Ci. WW HAND. RfTTI nrpRQ TTMnDTATPn iiiiiiiiifiiiiii i i i i i iii a n ii i iiii I. ISEXBEW.. Tr vxiij SPRING SUMMER HARDWARE ttEnC..AfJ7C, GOODS. Wo are now opening our stock ot few ami uvntituui DEALEItS 1K ; Sash, Doors, Blinds, Paiut, Oils and Glab K)Hn Cf I - 1 " Z2 BmU q 3III.II.HT RESPECTFULLY solicit ,ha attention of the l'lantcm,Mmh..9, i iiiunve aaaa m for Rfetrerlix fltl.009. The Brooklyn Bank director yesterday presented Detectlvos Corwin and Looney wlth10Oeach, In acknowledgement of their ser vice In arresting Gilbert L. Whit ing, the absconded ?Hok-kcepor of mo mtiK. ann recovering tha no. no cvnrinisrfionor ftomn m.i.,l the detectives highly, and express t rogret thst they were obliged Under the rulos, to deduct 10 per rent, of tl nmoimt, to be applied to tbel'olice Mntnal Aid ruml. When arrested, Whltin ftfmrf j the defectives l?,000of the bftrk't money wh.rh ho had in his tmet. tZ v ' lot him es. jesjer-N. Y. World. GOODS, consisting of the latest itvles of Prints, Linens, Lawns, Ilibbons, Notions, N Fancy Goods uur stock of Gentlemen's, La mes, Misses and Chililieu's SHOES nre made expressly to our order, ii iiiu ucHt material, anu guaran teed to give satisfaction. I . , . . ihuivi r iui t vuaiaaiff Ulla tlllt till I tl la mi m twit la l...t. I--. .1 II - cd stock of 3va.v..i. iu iiiun in i g v iuu wuii Fori Plantation and DitildovM Yini mm m ssr vv j a OUR LUr.lDGR V A n ' IS WEIJ, STOCKED WITII Choice varieties of sea:nneri Pino -h pv-o " -..w IV VJ V-- , A t reasoimbic prices. We 'Hv added to our PLANING MILLS riAr?M"7nv ---v -l'MKHK-nip mwi . . XHK BKBT I the cotiiitry, which enables us to moke a - GENTS' A prill, 1877 FURNISHING GOODS A largo stock. WEI8S A OOLDSTEIX. GREAT REDUCTION l."J PZl Estimates made on Building or Mechanical work Plans and Specifications Furnished ci iizil 0 nr Undertaking I'i'IMii iiiiciii, ih r. furnished with i i1 DR. J. L. YOUNG, Resident Dentist. Mrtamc and Woodkn Casus 0 .... I ft. mi uii si7.es. ThoWvoden Cc- flus are made 1 - imitation of X f tallies, aud I . every rcspei. Tli OlttCKNVIU.B. Ofllce iii.tlr ottr A. II, riiilny Co Wn.liiiint.iii A v. linig mors, IccsfromotoO according to sl and) Jrn ......... I TaanaaMiauaa A Teeth Xxrraoted Without Pain nov. 4, 1876. A HOME INSTITUTION, ""X , With am plo Capital, which ADJUSTS PAYS LOSSES PROJJPTLV. t DIAU Ar9nl K. -IJ Forwarding and Receiving . rk&ioS!iSS W. D. IIIIA, Lake Washington Landing, tvu, stock or Groceries and Dry ssds VUV.kP run f jut at my storo at the Landing and at nullity piBce, myzo A. PnLlOCIC, rrra I. KnSTW:IWA, W. P. KnKmiiM.tR, AM't Oiwhler, Bank cf Grcssvilto. Transact a' General Boughtjind Sold. S alia. f . AUTnnirzD cArm oacai5 ia tcl. " mis ni."trict. ai23 7 H IM