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A ling of the True Metal,
We extract belo* a brief paragraph e
from the remarks of 0. II. Harrison, "
Esq., of Chioago, -Upon taking the r
chair at the Pewooratio County Con. U
vention, (Cook County, Illinois,) a t
feW days since. It has the true ring C
about it, and the fact that outrage /
lias attracted such notice furnishes a
the beat evidence that the people are c
awaking from their slumber and will ii
goon shake off the shackles with v
which they have been bumnd, while a
sleeping, by the "1trong man armcd." 0
Gentlemen a nation never loses its t
liberties, except when it sleepeth. v
And I am sorry to say that the
American people to-day Mleep as
profoundly almost as if stupifled by an
an niodyic. A few days ago there
appeared a little paragraph in the
papers that should have made the
,lood curdle in every freeman's
treast, and yet scarcely elicited a
Iremark. What was it ? Twenty
three free born Americans, carried i
from the limits of Alabama, through
.New York to the Penitentiary it i
Albany, to be punished-for what ? i
Because tLey could not be won to <
vote for Uysses Grant. Punished :
how ? By the sentence of a jury of
their people I No air ; but by mon
organized to convict, men with shoul
der straps upon them, convicting
these men, not by jury but biceau4o
that inestimablo right whieh 'was
wrung by the Barons f roin the British
crown, had been denied to free Ameri
cans,-the writ of habens corpus. I
ray that a people never looses its lib
erties except when it is asleep. The
fact that a thing like this should pass
iunioticed, shows that we are asleep
We mee t then, for wh at purpose ?
To hurl from power the incuinbont of
the Presidential chair who is wield
ing everything for th-, success of a
personal party, for the success of him
Pelf ond ring, that. ring which is carry
ing on ring after ring, until there is
. rot, until there is scarcely, a body of
legislators in the United States that
has not one within its self. We uist
hurl the great ringleader from his
I-oat, and to do that is principle
enough for the great Democratic par
ty for the moment. [Applau-o.]
We must do it. We --nust-he . sure
here, to-day, that we elect delegates
to Springfiold who will exercise prop
er disoretion, atnd when they go to
]lnltim'ore they will Fean the whole
field, and will return to us with cer
tainty that they have acted well,
1nd tbown that they love the country
better oven than party. [\%plplause.]
'l'he fictlysburg I)ead-Solith Corolin
Soldiers Interred nt 1lollywood.
The following is a list of the names
of the South Carolina soldiers, whose
romains havo been removed from
Gottsburg, and in terred in the Iholly
wood Cemetery, Richmond, Vai.:
Lieutmiant U. L11. Meyer.4, company
II. 8th Regimnent ; Lieutenant IH. \\.
Werthior, company lI, 8th Riegi ment;
Lieutenanit WV. C. Uodgren, comnpany
JI, 7th Rtegimwent ; Lieutenant \V. C.
Barmore, company--, 7th Regiment;
Sergeant WT. L. Mct'irry, companly
1), 7th Regimen t ; Corpor-al W. 11.
iMathews, company 1, 7th Reogimont.
N. C. Mo~ulI, company K, 8dh liegi.
menut ; II. McL, com pany C-, 8th Itegi.
ument ;J. R. Broach, company A, 8th
.llegumnent ; C. Unarting, company A,
.8th Rlegimwent ; B. Adlhinson, coin
pany 13, 8th Regiment ; .J. M. McIn
tosh, company (., 8th Regiment; A .
N'ePhecrson, company II, 8dmh Regi
ment ; J. D). Rihodos, company F. 8th
W. Dickson, company, D), [8.h lsogig
muent ;---Tiuhug, company I, 'i h
llegiment ; S. C. R idgeway,----.
M. MoP., company-, 8th Regiment .
.i. RL. Smith, company M3, 7th ILegi
ment J. K. Easterling,ecompany U, 8th
Regiment ; J. B. Robbins, Company I,
8th Regiment ; A. McLannd, company
A, 8th Regiment. II. RL. Adams, comi
pan"y U, 8th Regiment ; A. J. Jen
nlomgs, company B, 2d Regiment
O.A. M., company B, 2d Regiment
* . A. Markley, company B, 2d Riegi
.nont ;---Tra pain, Company-, 7th
A Letter of Stlonewaull Jackson.
Thoe lettor copied below, says the
*Central Presbyterian, comes from the
'hanos of one of our Generals in Vir
-. inia, who served with the immnortal
Jteen, and knew him w'ell. ie says
~ t'"was 'written bay General Jackson
t'o-hi ofieor of his staff wrho had just
S1ftited- sefertl of his children.
Other members of' his family wer-e
dangeroyaly ill, and under these cir-f
cyflstneos he asked a short exten.
'"'son, of his leave of absence. The I
wqrds -I thitik 'nobler than any that
VA Ltty accords 'to ancenmt -heroes.''
oPch letter, wvil be recognized as
-~ lhoypighly eh araceteristic, and the I
~,ilL bi~ bormo in mind that Gen.
'istik tev'er once indulged himiseif
n -ltthe luxury of a visit to his own
famlly though he often granted it to ~
* "April 14th, 1862.
'F' eoe oeaveul, nd %'wish that I f
ubi~paj reo o jyt sorrowing heart ;
l ~~nan aid canYnot .haul the wound.
rfo'm iue y6 have a friend's sympa.
* hy aind w uishi my'duty to our sufler.
uag country permitted me to show it. '
. e.we must look to the lng,
nd thosq who como after as, and see' a
liat with Gud's lcssing the freedom 1
hioh we have enjoyed is transmitted
them. What is life without hon
r? Degredatioii 'is worse thani h
eath. Tho intere-t of the service
uquires that you rshould be at your ti
ost this morning. Join m0 as soon a
Your sympathizing friend, T
T. J. JAcsoN.
The following ppears. as a lending
dlitorial iu the Clovelaud Ilerald :
We wish to give a very simple
Dmedy for fever and ngue, and wish i
r> emphasize it by saying thatt ithas, ti
) our knowviedge, proved very ffiea- <
ious. It is iimply common salt.
L teaspoonful deposited inside each -
tocking, next the foot. just as the
bill is eining on. That's all there t:
i of it - but knowing that it has been t!
cry efiiecaions in 'breakingra chill F
nd porfeotiug a curo, we put it in
ur editorial,columns, where no hum.
ng remedy shall ever find a place if
o know it." n
Wednesday Morning, July 3, 1872,
T. ROSS ROBEUTSON, Editor. n
0jy- Correspondenco solicited from every
mcotion of the country.
Our columns are open to all for a free
lseussion of noy prinoiple, theory or iden, 1
mut wo are inl no way responsible for the views %
or opinions of correspondents
The State University.
In times gone by, the South Caroli
ia College wais an institution that re
lected credit both uion tihe State and
lie wholo S outh. In fact it was, par
3xcellole,o the institution of the
Southi To its classio precincts came
representatives from every section of
cur sunny clime, and to-day many of
Lhoi most distinguisled men of the
3ountry are numbered amongst its I
Alumni. Compared to what it is
now as a University, under a I idical
regime, it has suffered a most humilia.
ting fall, and thus viewed, it is a
ti iking illustration of the unhappy
hanges wrought by the late civil
Its frien ds, and the patrons of edu. I
emtion generally, had hoped that the
political tide which swept over the
State a few years ago, completely
revolutionizing it, would leave it un..
scathod, and free to pursue its mis
sion. But such has not been its fate.
The first blow aimed it its existence
was the election of a Board of TruR
tees antagonitic to its support, and
not in sym thy w itih thAt class ofour
uttz.us 1 b were expected to bestow
upon it a patronage suflicient to man
tain it. This in itself did not neces
sarily bring on its deline, lut it had
a decided tendency in that direction.
Of late, however, other nets have
been consnntimated which will inevita
lbly, in our humble judgment, caus~e
the downfall of this nmolio old liand.
mark. We allude to the displaice
meat of two thoroughly satisfactory
and learned professor-s, and the sub
stiution in their stead of men in no
way identified with that high order- of
mental and social cult ivation which it
is the provinee of tho institution to in
eulcate. Theso new appointecs are
members of the~ par-ty in powver and it
is safe to assumoe that their appoint
ment is (due to this circunmtaneo, and
not to any special fitness on their part
for the positions to wvhichi they have
been asigned. If wo do the parties
hi question any injustice whatever in
saying this much, we arc niot awarb
-From a pecuiniary standpoint, the
Unaiver-sity, as at present managrede.
tailhs upoii the Stavto an expense which
is not compensated for by the benefits ~
accruing therefrom. We have been
told by responsible persons that only
O/rce students, out of the whole numi
bor in attendance, pay their way
through the inst itution. If such be I
thme case, and we do not doubt it, we
protest against the honerst tax-payers
af the State being compelled to con
tributo to its suppor-t, espccially so
,inee the disposition of the dominanta
party seems to be to conv-ert it Into
in asylum wvhere its nleedly follow'ers
may be pensioned off. Such a conrseI
a out rageousa, and we earnestly hope
liat the young men of the St-ato may I
:o share in our indignaitioni as to rea
us80 altogether to patronize it. WVe C
laim to lie the friends of ,edueation, C
ut we denounce as infamous thie at~
emupt to sacrifice the State University Ii
o the whims and caprices of a cor.
tipt political party.
The Ireo-Tr-ado Movement. O
In view of the recent nomination of I1
rudge Groeabeek for the Presidency e<
my ?orporal's guard f. F'ree-Tradeors bi
a New York, we pre0sent our 'readers of
,ith an article from the New York re
lun, whieh discusses very ably the *ai
ropriety of such a nominatIon, and DI
lhe apparent insignide'a'nec' of the ad
movement under existing 'eircumn, 15
repo more "nIn. t us than the ot AV
artes.. eable numbe f
ier, after terypature considerati ,P
tya enjlted Itide the Cincinnatl ji
ag, and itis very 'doubtful whether ti
iey could be brought back by any p
ppeal that might now be addressed
them in bo1alf o( n4w canilida'te.
here is also a large b9dy of. citioens
hoso sypnpathics incline to the free- r
ade causo.wpi regard. the Pontes) to a'
o decided InNovember as involving e
sues far moro womontous. and. vital a
ian tatiffs-and taxei. In the opin- M
in of these citizens this elect ion 1 tob
etormino whether we shall -'Continuo "
enjoy the forms of republio.in liber- ci
y under the present Constitution of fo
lie eountry ; whether, indeed, the !a
eople will hereafter be allowed to
ecide upon sich a question as free
rado or not. Tho iinds of tbese d
ien are deeply eceited upon this i
abject, and it would be inipossible to I
raw them aside to consider the mer
to of free trade or of the candidates
-ho might be chosen to reprosent it. w
'hus the freoetrado party, if it should Il
ow engage in a Presidential cam.
aign of its own, will enter upon the
rork under serious embarrassmeut. B
t will have to fight tI e battle with e
alf of its real force engaged else- P
there, and in the event of defeat will
le worse off than -if it had 'not enter- Li
d upon the struggle at all.
"The free trade:s should also re- a
iember that it is already too late in 1i
ho season to organize a party for a
relidential election. Such alwork I
equires time and careful preparation. L
t must be carried out in great detail g
i every township, ward, and district,
r the voters will not be brought to
lie polls and the movement will be a
icifect failure. If the free traders
hould think best to form themselves t
nto a distinct political party, with I
heir candidates for every important
,lice, they should set about the labor
if organizing their adheeuts imme- t
liately after the election of Novern- i
ier. Then there will be a lull in L
iolitics, and the woi Ic can be set on n
oot and prosecuted with advantago.
3ut it would he vain to attempt it t
tow with any hope of britigin; the I
nachinery to a state of cfieieney be
'ore the election."
The LUi-to End of Nothing.
The New York Tribune disposes of
he recent Free-Trade fiuspo, in New
Vork, in the following forcible and
ommon sense language : t
"The Liberal Republican move- P
nent in one of aspects may be con..
idered as a bolt from the tyrrany of b
t deapotio party organization which l
tad outlived its usefulness and aban. c
loned the aims of its existence. A P
'ow Frcee-Traders huolted from that ~
tolt, ami, as the outgrowth of their.
ntovemnt, called ia conferene'e in New h
kork. Even here the overwhelming g
enutiimnt was still in favor of the d
Jinoinnati ticket. ..Thereupon the ir.
eoncilables bolted again and muns
cred on Friday in' the Fifth Avenue
Iotel twenty four strong. From these g
amue presently another bolt. Gen,. Ja- I
ob D. Ccx gave formal notice t! at, he
ould not permit his name to be used
a any nmovemtent the sole result of'
vhtich would bo to aidl in the roelo- ,
ion of Gen. Grant ; and Mr. David
~. Wells, muakieg no speech, silently I
ook his lhat and departed. The renm.
ants of this miniature bolt from the
~ree Trade bclt. fromi the Cinoinnati
,olt, feil then into a drizzle of talk, C
tbene finally ovcd a Presidential
icket I It was supported on the day
f its nomination by precisely twen
wo men in the United States. To.
ny it may havie the support of somte..
liing like eighteen or nineteen. I n a
ertntight or so it will probably sink 'l
'eacefully out of iight ;-it wonld het
n entirely safe contract, any day,
ext week, to undertake to put all the e
oters in the United States support- e
ig it into a pair of Fifth-ave. stages, It
ad giv'e them ampis room. .t
"Yet we are' sir c'rely 'sotry td seec
hie r~anme of so good a nman as Wil
amn S. Groesbeck thus abused. The ti
ituro has doubtless r'ecognition.and a
onor for a gentleman so upright and 0
ble always, so true a friend of the
)untry during t.jo ,war,. and so aga+
ens since. No-friend of Mr. Fred.
&w Olmisted CanI fail to regret that
is name toeo Ih b6'n mlado ,ridieu: I
mit in this prep ieronse fooling. h I
"The fifth Avonuo Conference was 0
tlied to-unite the opposition toiGen. V
rant.-'tI~ largeI measure it did rio.t
did mtore. "It developed unexfedt2,
I strength for the Cinoinnatt'i ticket, 0
rought out ex-Vice-President Foster, 01
Connedtiot,. dispersed tire .rbis. ~
presentatiofit ulboht Carl' 8ehutz,
t&. bvr ght' levok * 'promuinent a:
emocraf~ieo c at lj~obt' Butt a
I h~ ave aid, thftju~~Itined near
a score of irrdonildbles-fow *of
,epn having eithror plibli6greognition, aj
fluence or enperieroe. Of these i
s or qigh will prpoably vote ' for
en. Granit. 3Tho Xept are -orking,
r bind to the Ixtent of their
tlhfut ability; bIh we 'gladly give
em credit for having no sort of coni.
-ohonsion of what they are about."
A Blast from Butler at Boston.
The Grgnt Campaign Club held a
tibl'atioh'meeting yesterday, Alex.
ider Rice presiding, Judge Hoar
uded -the cntdidates for the well.
rned distinction in the lines of war
id politics. In his allusion, to Sum
!r the audience wao disposed to hies,
it was chvoked by the speaker. 113'
ipression was only one of regret at
e course his fAend had taken, and
the hope- that he would realize his
Ise position. . Gen. Butler followed
id said the only constitutional cam
-ign began on the 19th of April,
i6l. The Old Democratic party
)ne gnme dead. Greeley's success
pcnded upon the uoumination at
Atimoro, which he would not ob-.
in. Angel Gabriel could not be
ected on ruch a ticket. The Be.
'blican - party was united, unbroken,
smest. The Southern Democrats
ere not prepared to support such a
ader as was poresented at Cincinnati.
umner's speech so di.gusted ther
Dople they in.isted upon nominating
is coileague for Vice-President. The
epublican party deskrved to die iC it
>uld not beat ti.o party that had ex
arienced two defeats. Ile believed
k victory, but he considered civil
:rvico reform a humbug. Ile be
eved in turning oflies inside out
very four years, and didn't favor an
ristocracy of office-holders. Thu
epublican party which had worked
*.eolf up hone-stly from smeall begin
iogs, was not to be killed by the
oiniuut,ion of the meanest elements
r a defunct party with few dis
iriig Blank Silhots at the N'inclinnail
CINCINNATI, June 26.--A Con
dential circular has been gnietly dis.
ributed here to-day among the
)emocrats and liberal Republicans
ipoxed to the nomination of Greeley
t Baltimore. The e.lrotlar has no
a te appended, that being left blank
a be filled by the party distributing
. Its exaet souree is not apparent,
lut it is runored that a con-iderabie
uiber n (f copies came from Louis
ille to-day, and it is k-own that
omo have been filled up and directed
o Blanton Duncan, of Kentucky, is
The circular ii marked "confidon
il," and is substintially a call for a
oling 'deinocratio organization,
hould I lie National Conve ution rati
y the Liberal Convention.
Pllissed Denth by -m Inch.
On the 18th inst., an engin a n d
hirt.y cars, near Bullard's Station,
assedover Morfis Ward, of Twigga
ounty, i., who had fallen asleep
otween the rails, and it is supposed
ever woke until the train was over
im, or .o near that there was n1o
hance of escape. Ward says he'bad
resence of mind enough to "lie
lore'' anid hug the grouund wichv was
1I that saved him. lie was scratched
ndl bruise'd badly, and lost pprt of
is coat ; but it is to be hoped lbe
ainad something in the waiy of wis
om--the lesson nuot to wuake his bed
n a railway track.
Sirndllig tile. Fentre.
Forney's Press gives the following
ecott or thle singnhar conduet ofn
tadlicail counitrv er i or:
Ini one of the intertior connities of
uis State the Repulieanit pnper pub.
shed at ..hli cotunty seatanio 'largest
')wni, and14n small-r joiurinal prinited i
villbige in thle sae c oniIv, and only
mtr mi1-1 de~ i~s! nnt fro~m the **com it
0o1se.'' aire bothl owned anad (editedi by
be same genltlemian. The first piapcr
uippots the e'nIire ticket nomninated at
ia rrisb~urg on the 1 0th of April, and
bie other rejects a portion of it, and
alls upon honest Re'publicans to vote
Allti lust iairoad Cars.
On Saturday afternoon, says the
'hiladelphia Record, an anti-dlust
xperimenclt was made en the fast 2
'cloak express cars to Atlantic City.
'here wvere ten well filled cars in the
rain, dach having a cnnvas apron on
oth sidles, covering tihe spaces be
woen it and the rails. Tfhe. end of
f those aprons lapped, thus forming
ontinuousu canvas fromn one end of the
ruin to the other. On a part of the
rip the speed attained was about rorty
tiles per hour. There was not the
,ast p articeoof dtast in tho first seven
are, but there appeared to be somoe
'ing like dust in the eighth, ninth
ad tenth cars, butt not enough to show
a the garments of the passengers.
Thle LAW and thic Profits.
The Republican menitigne a bill of
>sta, recently collected by a trial
istice in this cit-y io a case of asarult
d batte'ry. TIhis business is.,'ery
crat.ive for the justices; bitt, looking
ger the itemsentuinoratod, it nmuist be
,ry onerous to thogo wvho are brought
thq bar of tr ial jticoie coiurts. The
Po iiposod was on'cont :hutL the
>stjI amounted to eleven dollars and
rt-y cents--total elovent dollars fifty.
ic cents I We have the ~ocumnent
9 ,ur pessoislon.--thIia,'eston Ne~ws.
Edehan d'hnis 458;OO0 Odd Fellowy,
a increaso'bf'5,000 for last yeai-an~d
the averago-ratd-of 12,000 per an:'
&t for the past nine years. Their
ipital 'amotnts to throa million.
>unds. Thtlast year's'paytilents for'
ek and funeral bejiefites ere niore
'an hundred thousand paun.
LONDON,tiJun 29.-Lord Tender
don and SirN undell Palmer left ,
Geneva yester Ry. Sir Alexander o
Cockburn, Count Solopis and Mr. e
Davis will leave to-day ; the latter
going to Paris.
GENEYA, June 29.-Count Solopis,
at the rising of the nrbitration, tQ
day, mado a congratulatory speech,
saying that the knot which 'threatened
the execution of the treaty was cut.
The Count has high hopes of the
bene ficial re8ults cf the treaty in the 4
intereste of peace and humanity. 1
7 - -**--& - - - V
$ATAMOn s, Juno 29.-Tho occl
pation of Saltillo by Treviio, the
ievolutionary leader, is coifirmed.
N ;:w Yomc, June 29.-Governor
Soyruour was, last. night, intalkd as
Sacheiml of Taim many. In Iis iudre.es
he endorsed the Cirncinnati platform.
600 packing box nalcers struck fur
an advance of three per cent.
Tom. Suott has succeeded in got.
tiag control of another lino to Phila
dolphia, ria Perth, Auboy and Cin
A number of Irish ci.izeis of
Ireland, issuo a card urging their
country men to desist from any do. e
aonttration on the 1-2:1h of July. !
Ilavaia ildviice< say it hias been .
discovered that Seiko Caro, chief p
clek of one of the departments, has
been holding constant coimuimca- a
tian with the insurgoits, disclosing M
the plans of the Goverument for sup
NEW lont, JuD 29-Evening.
Deaths in this city during the week
intcreicd t.o 129.
The stock and gold exebago will
adj urn over for the 4th of July
William A. Jones has been ap.
pointed deputy nnval ofileer in place
of Major James llaggairty, resigned. 3
Ilaggarty deolares for Giecley.
A committee of the peace jubileo
from Boston arived here to-day, to
wait upon Horace Gocely, and extend
an invitation from the International
!Jubileo Executive Committee And C
city of Boston to visit that city. The 0
commiittehave haVe received an assurance
from Greolcy that he will accept the
iivitalion, an:1 lie will, this evening, -
designato an early day next wcek for
Ilottest day of tho season-ther
mometer 100. Several sun strokes.
Four strikers, who ussaulted a
workman, - who would not str ike, to
day, got ten dIs aouch in the city
prision. The stableinen still hold out.
This morning the Eight.Hour League
distributel about $2,000 relief'
money. MAny men have been unem
ployod'for six weeks, and have re
ceived nothing. A number of cabi
net makers tite ex.eeted to go back
to the teni hoiur systemu next week.
Many o; the furniture makers find ingA
it cheaper, get tliir goods in other
cities. Some are buying in Bston.
GAIvas'rON, Jun. 29.-The Civil.
ian publishes a letter, dated Fred
crieksburg, Texas, June 19, statin N
that General McKenzse, Lieutenant
Smith and eight men were surprised
by sixty lndianrs and killed, between
Forts Beilkina p an af Jacksn . Out of
thirteen in McKenzie's party, only
8-r. Louis, Juno 29-The De.nver
TIihun -of a late date says, edito
rially, t.byt various correspondenits of
that paper in Southern Colorado and
New Mexico state that extensive and C
dlepredations are serinauly appre
headed in sparseely settled pirts (f
those Territoiries. 'The Kiowas, Ar- r
rapahoes, Cite3ennier, Comanches, I
Navaioca rind A paichies have held Ire
quen t countCis dua i g t he p~a~t wviiter,
at whicb it was; etndeuavredl to dii
pate all tribal pre'ndices, anrd efferct'a -
co0 inbnatiun Ifar a genoeral Ind(1ian war.
Recent mnurdlers aind robberies in
New Melxico, Ariz~ona, Texas arAd
other places are referr ed to as evi.
dence of'the intent ions of t he lnd ians V
but whether a complete conubinatloln 0
hams boon effected, is rnot, known. The"
Tribune further states that a letter r
from a promainient Uniit ed States ofh -
eial, danted Fort Still, June 12, says
warriors of the A pachbes. Chtesecnnesh'
Arrapahoes are organ'ziang otenm-ibly
for an at tuck on the Utes of Colorado,
hut the writer thinks that a raid on
the frontier is. reallIy t'heir object,
and he says the Governirent nficeera
aire doin all they can to break up the
Nmv Yont, June 29.-Cottont e
quiet ; ulandiCs 20). ; Orleans 26)
sak~s 889 bales. Gold 131.
duu1 -middlings '25 ; receipts b49
.LivRtlroot., Junie 99. -Evening-.
Cotton closed easicr--nplands 1 1 4;
Orloans 11 4 ; sales (6,000 bales.
lways on hand at Cr
juno 25 . J. AMoCABTL1y.
At Private Sale.
- TilE well-knowni thre->
* story, bick reidenco on
Main or Congress Street,
nexz, to corir of.Libort y street, containi
nag t welvo upright rooms. For partiou
Jars apply ait this oflice.
- - - -u a- naas
South Carolina Reill Estato rlautUig and
CoK(*SDURY, June 24, 1872.
F.AR Sit : 4t a recent meeting
in the city of Charleston of -the Diree
tors of the outh Carolina Real Es.
tate, Planting and Mining Conpany,
the following resolution was passed :
Resolved, That a comnitteookf flvg
be appointed by tho Presideit to lay
before the peoplo of the State a pros
pectus of the South Carolina Real
Estate, Planting an4 M'ining Compapyy,
and to solicit donations of land, , or
subscriptions in cashor land, to the
capital stock of said compinv, In
shares of oQo hundred dollars ($100)
In pursuance of this resolution the
l'resident appointed the following
CO Imittee ; M essrs. ). Wyatt Aike,
of Cukebury ; Gabriel Cannon, of
Spartanibnrg ; W, IV. llarlee, of Mars
Bluff ; WI. M. SlialnIl, of Camden,
and Wmn. I. Lawton of Charle-,tou.
At an early day the prospectus will
be placed In the hands of (oe or more
responsible citizens of each county in
the Stato fur gratuitous distribution.
In the meantimne, our real estate own.
ers can determine whether or not the3
are willing, either by donation of in -
vestment, to aid a compauty organized
chiefly to disenthrall the tax-payers of
Will not every paper in tile State
so far favor the enterprise as to give
thi' commnunication one gratuitous
). WYATT AIKIEN,
- For the Committee.
Ex-Oovernor *Vanco predicts that
tile Conservatives will carry the
North Carolina Legislature by a large
Majority, even hopies for a two-thirds
vote, ill which case the adoptiou of
the desired constitutional amendiments
will be ussured. If the' Baltimore
Cor.vention cndorses Greeley ho can
easily carry North Carolina by ten
thousand ma11jority. The main
sirength of the Radical party,accord.
ing to the Governor, is in the prosti
tution of the revenue service. Tile
government offlicials buy without
scruple many ien with government
moncy and patronage, and they man
age to get others into trouble
about %vbiskcy and tobacco, bring in
dictinents against then, and then
agree to let thei off if they will vote
the regular Republican ticket. In
some cases, where they cannot trust
tile ecfured convicts they hold the
proceedings over them in terror until
after the election. All this Governor
Vance will denounce on the stump,
with his accustomed power, and the
result may be fatal to the hopes of the
Ibdicals. North Carolina will poll a
strong vote in August, and the conser
vatives are confluent of a gecat vic
dd itional caCble Arco mmoldation 1c.
iwecin the Un iteti 8titles unil E1t: rope.
The French Atlantic Cable Compa.
ny, with the consent of the Anglo
Amncrican and New York, Newfound.
land, and London Telegraph Comnpa
nies are about to lay ajfourth Atlantic
Cable from Land's End, England, to
New York. The cable will touch at
llalifax, Nova Scotia, on route, and
be landed on the S 'uth shiore of LIong
Island, immediately weit of 11og
Everything in nature indulces in
amusement of sonmc kind. The light.
nings ploy, the wvinds whistle, the
thunders roll, the snow flies, the rtils
and easead'es sing and dance, the
waves leap, the- fields smile, the vines
creep and run, and tile budls shoot.
But some of them have their searsons
of melancholy. The1 temipests monst,
the zepih3 rs sigh, tile br'ooks mIurmur
and the mountains look blue.
Fifly Cetci nteret
Counterfeit fif'ty cents fractional
currency notecs are dI aily received at
the T.lreasury Deopartmnt for redem p.
tion. Secretary Bon twell is opposed
to cbanging the plate and says thait
the people should be smart~ enough to
dIetect, coluter'feits.- II'ash. -Lor.
NV. Y. ILcraid.
A correspondent of the Edgefield
A dverth,:er, writting from Batesv illo,
says : On thle afternopn of Tu'nesday,
he, dt inilst., Oin the pin11ntationl of
Capt. Thios. Itated near this place,
while a stomrml was approacehinmg, four
of his fields hands(1 took shelter under
an oak tree, which was sh.lortly after
strtuek by lighting. One of tIle par.
ty was killed instantly, two others
were seriously hiirt, whild the remain
irng one received little or no injiury.
'l'ho name of the calored mlan kille~d
was Jake Colceman.
The fornier Confcederate cruiser
Shenandoah was wrecked in a recent
hlurricane at Zanzibar, Africa, as sta
tedl by cable desopatch. She was sur
rendered to the United at the close of
the svar; refitted at Washington, and,
sold to theO Sultan at Muscat, and wvas
in is navy att thle time of her loss.
Thus closed a menmorabecareer.
In -Berlin the labor niovement fins
entered 'an ugly phase, ' ahd serious
troubles areo-anticipated. On a threat
ed strike of thle engincers, the
mate~trs have resolved to forestatl the.
strikers by Closing thecir shops and
factories, thlus throwing out of ivork
both strikets and non-strikers.
* Romeo was a self-ipade elephant.
Ie came to this country without a,
dollftr in his trunk, took Greeley's
advice, went West, and died last Fri
day worth b40,000.
.The Iris~h military- bttnd', whichl
sailed from Queenstown On the 18thl
in'stant. numbers 29 porf...,s. .
ow at work, or looking for somenew book,
ill miss it if they do not at once write for
rctular of the best. selling books publish.
I. Extraordinary inducements offered,
rofits more thnn double tiony. Outfit
cee. Address. F. M. RF.ED, 139 Eighth
t., New York.
Lgents lVanted-For the Lives of
Grant t Greeley I
WILSON I BROWN I
nil the Ieaiding men of all parties Over
0 Steel Potralls. Just the book wanted by
lie mases everywhere. / gents ment, with
ouderful sucoess. Send for circular and
enro Ierritory at once. Address ZlEG LEl,
AllCUA DY, 603 Nordh Sixth Street, St.
)residential Campaign Book
E'very Citizen W1ants It.
Also, for CAM !AlA N GOODS. A ddress
oto|spLTtr3 Empire Publishing House,
New Orleiams, Cincinnati, St. Louis.
lockbridge Alum Springs,Va.
OPEN JUNE 16th, 1872.
he proprietor offers additionrl attraclions
us season. New, elegant and spacious
rlawing and Bull Rooms, beautifual lawns,
xajuisiie nir inod scenery. while. the waters
r cliese special sprinags invariably rflieve
onsimption.- Scruftila, Broiclhitis, Dys.
epsim and Diarrhnce, and are fot sale by
mading Drugitists overyiwiere. Ready ne
essib'e sin (hes:lpeako & Ohio R, It. Stop
t. Goslun Depot, where coaches will be in
'ailing. PaIampthlets on application. JAsss
FR. IEziRn, P'roprietor.
DO NOT FAIL
hile on your Summer Excursion North to
'cure one of tie
U'EWART COOK STOVES
ith its special attalcments, Roaster. Bak.
r aid Broiler. The Stove and Furniture
nrefulilj packed for bafe shipnent. Book n
nit on apaplication. FULLEll, WARREN
CO.. 20 Water St., New York.
New Tut hine is in generat use
hroighout the U.S. A six inch b
; is used by the Government, in
ihe Patapient. oflice, Washington,
-). C. Its sin.plicity of Construe.
tion and the power it. transmits
21L renders it the best water wheol
Ver ins ented. lampilet- free.
X. F. DUlNIIAM, York, Pa.
*m .t PoweIl'ati Tonlic, specially
dapted for use in Saimmer, when the Lan
atid and Debilitateld syst n needs strength
nd vitality ; it will give vigor to thte feeble,
tIrengilh to the0 weak, animation to the do
.eted, activity to the sluggish, rest to the
eaiy, quiet to the nervous, and health to
It is a South American plant, which, ao
ordingat 1 the medical inni scientific perio
iils of Loidon an(] P'arais, possess tho ' ost
'owerful tonic properties knownto Materia
lcdicn. mad is well known in its native
olt ry as having wonderiful curative qiali
le's, ninad hans hier n long used as a Speciflo
'a nll cases of [mipuritie~s of the Blood, PD
a'yr'nael of* the Liver and Splren, Tumaors,
>ropsyq, Poierly, o'f the lood, Debily, C.
Veo/nnms "f the fntestine~s, Ulerine or Uri
)r. Well's E xtract of Jurubeba
s adrenugihieing anmd nouirishaingt like nnx
itnl. food, taken intto thme st onmnh, it as
itimuhtes nrd diffutses itself through the
i rcualation. gi vin g vigor' anda healtis. -
Ia regtulaates thle Boweis, quiets the nervas,
ats diraetly on the 8ecretive Organs, and
y its power'faul TONIC and restoring er'.
.cerdee elh andT vigorous tao
JOHIN Q KELLt l0d,
B Plaitt St.., N. Y., Solo Agent for U. S.
rice One Dollar per Bet tie. Send for cir
alar-. july 2
I Et PC'l LY~ in.
innsbioro anad Fairfield Distriot, that I have
a hiad a full assortmnt, of' Watch
a. Jewelry, Clocks, Spectacles, &c., anald
ill sell at the lowest prices, and would
sil'ec fully auk the cointanuance of lihe
atroannge or my old fr'iend~a nnd customers,
il goodas warrantead as represented. I aan
r'epanred to ado all kind of Watch and Jew,
liy work andi have alwnys a good , tock of
noad nmaml ona handa, and will guarantee
itisafaction. All work warranitedl.
CIJAIILES MU LLERt,
Recend (10or fr'oma Co!. Rion's Ofl1ce.
3500 LBS. C. U. Bacon sides,
Pry salt. and Smoked. For sale low for
may 14 JNO. H. CATHICART.
I Car load Whito Corn,
1 Car loa'd Flour, from New Wheat, I
10 is. Pearl Grist,
5 Casks Bacon,
('rushed, A, ex-9, C anal Domarara Su,
Rio, Laguayra aad Java Coffee,
2 Casks Canvassed Hams,
D. R. Flenniken,