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E11 C eAM No. 1,
S&UTIERN CRoss IIo'ritEoi(IOo,
RICLAND, VA., July, 1872.
Our order is composed of coifed
crate Soldiers alone, who had an ulu.. 0
blekmished record during the war. 'Its
objeots are, to perpetuate the memory 'y
and heroism of our fallen comradcs,
to aid the families of' our former
brethren in arns who nced assistance,
ind to try and prcscrve the truth and
purity of history.
Ve 11r now specially engaged inl
th sacred duty of raising funds to
assist llollywood Momorial Associa.
tion in removing the remains of our
nos6o deadl from' ottysbuig ilad other
points where they are neglected and I
mistreated, to llollywood Cemetery l
ner this city, whore, through the un.
tiring efforts of our ladies, an hoinora- I
bie resting place is provided, and nil
enduring monument erected to their
memory ; and whero protected indi
oared for, they can yearly receive he I
honor bestowed on our "M emorial
Day," in decorating their graves with
flowers. There are 3et at (Iettysburg
the remainis of' near (ne thouuai I bod. i
ies ; they arc from nearly all tho I
States ; and when wo say, inl some in-.
stanices, the boartl..xs wretches of the
viciuity wlero they fell and lie are
plougliig their hos a)out is if they
were dogs, it is eiilnugh to make the
blood of decent humanity boil, alld
the pocket-of all who are not faLe
to' feeling-falso to priieiple-fallse
to a cause onco dear-opemi to re
llove thosoe heroes from slll in1dignti
ty and inliunanity.
Some of these men are from your
State ; soeio of theiln ingy have been
your deur frieii(s or your own kin -
ill of them lo.t their lives iln 301or
You professed to love them while
living ; you prfensed t) lovo ti
conse for which they died. Shall
their remains be dishonered when they
lost t heir lives for you ? Will you
not1 aid us to remove tim to a safe
and sacred spot, whero th warim, no.
blo hearts and gentlo care of Vir inia
women canu watch over tlc:n Into
uwhatever hands this appeal falls, we
beg you to aid its inl this cause, inl
which our wholo soul is enlisted.
Ask your friends to aid ytu. Do not
hesitato becaiso N ou cannot give
much ; rome1nb1r, 1aS drops make anll
ocean, so many small contributions
will make a goodly sui.
Can't you sparo a day or so to
canvass spccially for th is purpo ''
It is necessiry to raise s'.co
thousand dollars to accomplil 0111
purpose, but we do not hesitate to
undertake it, ats we canlot think
S ,uthern people will clo.o their
hearts aid pockets to so sacred an
Reimit all contributions to W. 0.
Carrington, care Piedmiaont and Air
Ilington ILife Inisuranice Company,
Rtichmoneid, Va1., ho being C2hairmlan of
Please act promptly ; give as libe
rally as you can, but givec somiething,
and let us bringv our birothiers away
from hiosti lo hands and8f T Northlerin soil.
W. C. ('AlIlNGTON,
IR. 10. AIDMSTIl:ONU,
.J. 11. P- TN
A I'0oc10i 1t'|Cil01, liltill l ' lilituiilibe
EXPressioll of Ilhe People' x if ll.
Thle retui'ns here a meagre, and1(
only two wvards of this city ar10 yet
counifted. A Conservativo gain of
overI throu hlundrled is indicated in
this counlty. Th'le nou is from iiialeigh
and fromi t he easterni pairt of thol StalteC
is very cheering. E0leven townishirps,
from whlich ret urns halve been rece iv
ed, give nino1 hunded anIiiid fifIty ii
juriity for Merrimion, anhd show large
Th'le Rad icals are looikinig lue and
the Conservativyes conifideint. TJha
e'lOetion hafs been <p((iet anid order'ly.
]hoth sides have poild a heavy vote,
andl soino negroes have voted the
(Conservativo ticket. Theo Conserva-.
titron have madiito a1 lairgo gain in thus
ct through local dissenisionis of the
.The first return s r'eceivedt in t his
cit y, thuis even Iiin, w~ere fraoim A bbots
burg Bladen (County. Thao town ship I
ci.ves Merr'limon01 a nimijor ity, anad a gaini
(it about forty over the voito of' 187t,
wheii the Conservat ives carried thle
lState by St5000 iznjerit.v. I lalifa
County, whiebi in 1870 gav'e a
lRadical majority of 1883, shious
a gain of 0130 huniidred for Mer'
rimnon. This is the strongest R-idi.
cal county in the Radical district
of the State, and the Conseivativye
gain is regardedl as a very favorabie
md icationi. Nor'thiwest Tiownshipj, in
.uswick Couinty, gives Nlerrimon a
gaim of thirty-four over theo vote ot I
1670. This is a very close county,t
having gone Demoocratio in 1b70 biy
*only ono, majority. Theo second wardi
of this city gives Morrimon 296, Cald
well 227, a Conservativ'o gain of 154 t
over 1 870. Warsaw, D~uplin County,
gives Merrimmn 1631, Caldwelh 143, 1
which is a Conservative gain.-.lyil
I',>cial elegramn to the Charleston
A beef was kcilled at Augusta with t
about, a icc ,-1,.. i.. its st-- al.
auf Takiig to C11re Brollliltis tInd
)r. John Murray, one0 of tho best
fown ]ifuropern authorities, as
)ts that ho has soon the progress
f Cotsumption arrested by practioing
io iibit of snnilf taking, which is
qually (fieicut in tho oaso of bron
hitis. 110 says ti at by tickling the
ining mueibraino of the nostrils, snulf
cts as a powerful derivativo and
ounter irritant, t-ud its use will tend
D pr-serve the ntoro important and
usceptiblo pulmizonary mucousi mem
rano from harm. The snteczin
Ih-ih suocceds the uuaccustomed
piplication of th article, and the
ough whlch is induced when, by
hatice, some of the lighter partiles
et into the tiro:t, aitty, Io thinlks,
e of sne Ittil in liko manner as sea
cliness is believed to be, in cifectingv
lo elimination of the albumoiuid
iatter-the precnrsor of tubercle
romt the lungs, before it has timetc to
11 the air colk and minuto biu onchi,
Filltl lihill-d .l Acidellt,
A young man, named Manning
Irn) aiged tsixteie 3111ears, Came to
is death in At lanta, G.I., oin 'Th urs
ny last., by being rtun over by a
reight traini. Ile was engaged in
mioiting in the depot, r.id fell from
p latform a1s a Freight trainl ws W as.
ing, run over II and intsla ty hilled.
le formerly resided in QColumbia, aul
rIas bi ought up by ir. H. Jones.
'he romttails of the timttlI' unate young
1111 Werle br01oglht to Columbia, and
nterred in the Catholie burial
Wodnesday Morning, August '7, 1872
'. ROSS 101) BE TSON, Editor.
PMy" CorrespJonlenclle solicited f'ruin every
ectio oll t0,he conltri y.
Our coltits are open to ll for a free
lienio n ti f an, 11y princile, iteory or. Hties,
il wi are in n' wiay rtSnilt f,or 1 ie vie ws
ropiumnols of, cor-re!'- 1ime s
INaMonl Reforim T11i1ckeC t.
11011 A('I' 011(d E1EY3.
F"rJ ie-I 'resdClit.
BENJ AMN GILATZ BlROW N.
Glorious News from Noith Uarolina.
[HREE CHEERS FOR THE OLD
UP to 110011 yesterday, the dispatch
s roceived at this poitit inienated n
nost decided triumph of the Conser
ativOs in North Carolina. I leav.y
:1 0re reported in the tadical dis'
rwt , and the majority of J udge
Qerrimtion, for Governor, is variousl3
istimated at from seven to fifttet
housand. Mcchlonburg gives himu'
broo hutndrod majority.
This intelligeneo is indecd cheering
mtd will be received everywhere b~
lie friends of good governmen't as
'avorabte augury for the future
N'or th Carol ina stanlds to-day com1
plitely redeemted fromt tt hockles oi
R~ad icalismt, and dleclares that heor owt
iative citizens shtall framou anid ad
mii iter ther lawus. She comniid
aitrplet- btggers to p'ie'k up thle ir ill
;ot ten pl uder, andI leave for Nthe
imes. No longer will shte be mtis
epr~iesentedl by corrupt detma~gogue
ndttIi tieves, antd peace and pr'osper it:
vill s':into throughout ther borders
I er Kirks antd Liogan s, wilt be con
itned to thait instigitian tce b efi tting
hir~ infamtouts characters. H er Cauld
vetls, l'hillips, Badgers, D~ockorys
mtd those of her- native sons who htav<
urned their backs uipon tier, wilt b<
'equest ed to sl ink inito Iteir mtiserahlt
toles, antd took ulpont tier disonthurallI
id, released fromu political bondatge
mud iestored t that Ihight stat ion fron
vh ich1~ the has be en putlled dlown.
If, as the IRadeils thave contetnded
Ite resuIlt of lthis elect in will h iv
mn imtiportant bea rinig upon the I'resi
lent iat conttest, t hen 'ithat gloriut
>rostpets now tlom tulp beforte Lthat
reu t "'Nat iottat RefCormt party,"h iead
du by llo~rneo Greley. Thto defeat
>t Raical ismt is atlmost douly assur
dt, anid our e.mttdites mayt~ be tlood
11on1 as alreadyv int the portico of' the
btite I louse, Let the ball be niow
ept r'otlintg, andu in a few tmonths,~ the
'etotry will be o~urs.
'ho Eoconmy of tie Girat Admninistra
Th'le damnogitng prof of thte illega.l
Wpication of the publie fu::ds, says
lie Car otliian:~, and toeir 'vent ptlitt
ler by otlicialts tand rings more or less
lirectly conntected withl the ad minis
ration, hais been brought to Iliht in
lie course of the last yeatr, hans had
lie effeet (of putting that party' on its
eleenso before the people, andt now
hat the issues of theo day have to be
iscussed before that high court of
ast resort, it is refroshting to witness
heo despoerato efforts which thtoso spo.
tial leadors, BoutwellI, Wilson and
)uttano, have been makintg to retiove
heir caso of its vecry unipopular fea.
In the face of the facts that nuwor'
ous defalcations of the eppointoes of. 1
Grant, covering millions of dollary<
the misapplication of millions more .1
by the approval or peruitsion of the I
headsof departments,especially those .
of war and justioc, and other evideno - I
es of extravagance so patent as to ro
qjuiro no further proof, these bench. i
men of the administration are ondeav.S
oting to tuako it appear that "coono- 1
my" in the uso of the nation's money
has been the distinguishing character. I
istic of the Grant adiniiistration.
lion. David6 A. Wells has e.mmu. I
niented to thea nationl anl elborate I
statement of' ie results of his investi
gition ol the stilijuect, whih glos to I
thow that tle stateienits imiodo by Mr. I
BI utwell muit be10 reoive.! w ilit uimy I
grains of allwnc.te. It is ans) con- *
curred in by the Natiun (viriulen.tly I
anti-Giouley,) the parper fur which
M1r. Well0s' aiticle was preparied.
Sayi the Natioi: "The statementi in
jiiestioin, therefore, of Ge~n. Wilson
and Mr. .Doutull, res.p.ecting the
comvi parative dcurea e oI' tle publ ic
expenditures, while tlecuhnical ly true,
is, in the senise in wlichl it h:s been
presented to the people, nlot true ; and
as the Sacretary, uniless lie was mere
ly crammed by some Treasury celik
must iave known all ihe; circ umstan.
ces, the act is, to .ay tie least, dis.
The Tribune, in calling att:tiion to
this article .Iays: "What . hall we
.a y of' the cemillplete expos of the
a'bsurd awl ilmre di.sgr:ueffl Ias -
hood that Grancct's adiiiiijitratioin (I!
I ow ing fo r c ~eni 1it an lS 64 , eew ri! y
ari-ing fion thie war and the incre sed
puI)c debt) is mule ec'onomnical than
any ad i.i.t iratiin we ha~ve lihd "I Iee
Martin V:, un lOri's, the truth I ig
that, inakil.g eveiy a'lownce for the
blirdenrs enlailed by the wa.ir, the
Grant admini tir: tit-n ha.. been cor
extravaigant than any former :alin is
tration sir.ei the four.datiun er thce
"' UndisCouraged antd iuna.l, by
beinlg awio to aPp r in -sO. l o di racI
ful a plight, thle Admlinlisltratio ik
even niw preparing and i ling : t
a1 new det of ret aric ioi. , de ilned
to convey the impie:.ion th -t le t
pulihe unmy h.s been stolen by i
olli hoiildeirs thn wasi - .tolen' b I i
vol's and d3 is--n', (llice-holder5.
Hlow inach was ,piriied4 away by the
latter we havo lia) 11 is Lit' huiiiw mg
but this no do kiow, and stll de
iolstrato ait no distant day, thift the
lss by roblits runder Crant I . mighti.
ly exceeds the Mum.4 set fo'rib il tle
olicii icimpaigi doumot1s. "r a
examiple, we have the United Sae
Treasurer ho:sting hat t h '
in his tlice have be:-t L11.1.a'i a dl
ing thar- o h lie dli F. T.o t at
this resualt he: goe bak to I1';!, cnd
higi~utes upi the faibube'i c.man't of lit'.
hainmg piassll thr''ughf l6:s landuL. lii
thle ollice of the Unaited Stts Tazcas
urer', supposing that tefliial morals to
be hut mioderately ):uperior' to thlose of
the cities oh' the p! dlo, it ought to hbe
physically imiposcibhle toi lose anything
without inunedjiate dotectjin. la
fact, Gen. Spinlner', chit. get lonug
safely for eight years uinder Lincoln
and ,Johmoun, but under Gr ant lie was
suddenly start led oino day to learn'l
that his clerks haid contrived, righlt
wnder his nose, to rob the Uited
States'Treasury of' $55.000. More'~
hasgon te smeway since. Aind
yet the orgnsyo~e n n
believte that 1loraco G}reeley couId
iml prove on t he c fliecal in tegrit y
shown by thle albove exhuibit of theo
Trealsurer's acun~ts '.' .1ah !
T~lhte IS.oody Chasm."
IHorace (Greeley, ini hiis let teri of' a.'
eeptainee of' the nom'ilinaftioni for the
1'ueoide!nu'y by tile Niatinal IDemno
era tieciloveniti oc, ireferrred to thle dec
sitieof' thle N orthl anid SourthI to clacsp
hands over 'the bloody c.haZsm caut'.iidi
by (lie late civil w..r. In thc.4 tonehi
ing the key-note oif the geuine bui t
r'ect ion.s ofi the I Uion. Mr1. (reele(hcy
has awakened a ne0v i')a inl the miincl
of this great pe ople. 1Be for'e them' h.
pr'eented ai :ecuie bot h striking~ and'.
repl'clive. Li their imIxaginaition they
see a yawning golf, fired with siee't ion
withl thle bon es of n xiy thoxusa nd
A mei'ican soldiers, whd d ied while en.~
gai .ed in deathly con flict withI eich
other' i, which alone divides a p)owerful
na tion, and constitute the only liar
rier to a perfect reuniion, and harmio
niziationi of' sentimient of feeling. Up.
on one side of this chiasim stands the
LJibe ralhismi of the Nortl, holding out
to thle Liberalismi of the Southi, on thli
other', the olive branch ot' peace, and
the hand of friendship aind brotherlIy
love. TIhieSouth, rememnbering that the
the past can never be called back, arid
that it is the future with which she has
jto deal, steps forward as one man, arid
ordially grasps the hand extended by
oer Northern brethren. The gulf
lses) and is remembered no more. I
3erpetital peace reigns) and prosperi. h
y and thrift are its hippy fruits.
his is what is Ineant by "clasping r
lands over the bloody ghasm." (
This noble sentiment,bowevor does n
hot seem to Ilease -the fancy of Mr. (
'eeretary liontwell, as evidenced by t
his SpCCCI in North Carolina, a short
Vhile Pgo. H1e doesn't want to clasp a
he hand of h rebel, so-called. May be m
ic is afraid he will got hold of the a
and of aII honiest man, as has been ,
emarked by a cotemporary, whiebl, We
Al know would be exceedingly di,
asteful to him. The real animtus ofl
tie Radioal party is to keep alive uhei
,itter sectionial animo.,ties tha-t have
or ten yors existod between tihe peo. f
)te of, the North, am,4 the citizeins of
,he foriner lave-hold ing St.ates. and o
ill the oppressive acts of Congress
li i be n coliceive~d in thi sPirit.
lebellion at.d Fh.very ha:ve f. im<.id
he (utire Radical S1tiock inl trade,"'
ild iipon) thtso "dead iue" has it
.ot inn a d to live.
It is plaising, howcver, to refLet
lint a revolit ion Uf public feeling is
low going on, l tie lirspect
11rigltenus for a s ee-.ling ch osing (if
1ie Lloody chanm by the tnited I
ands 1A Liberalismn aid Democracy.
Jtgo The:nas' Card.
On: ica.ders will ob.serve inl anmother
1!01unn a erd f judge Thomas.
It is il in resjp-oi to s.o e inu(iriC,
mo ii a priv..ti letter, reg dinig
h i S ( n hI pr (eIIt 1 Citic l sIt.
;Ran, :uiad w r ii.g aho C~t h Vo t
mt s.s of a Iepoi t it) circulation that he
woull be a c .iialt fo.r (:mi.gress
this fall. It n ill be QeCin thalt Jidge I
T. takev.! stron ;riund for (ieeeY
Yolngz, V. C., 30 IJ uly, 1672.
M/r. L lor :.
In vour niote (-f thct 27th ilt., vou
me it I fovr the libertl inve
liauit, anid if I will 1.e a cal.didiate for
In 168, believ'ng that the late
I c'ed muen wIe mnoni, I Coiscieit ionlsy
supor1.i1ted their righ. to -fae, aid
with it Gen. Grant for l'rei.ilent -
.ince t Ie ii havh fa ii that the ioU t
of the party who voted with me, in-i
stead of .Otiig from "h 'ivh 111ral
were tevoted to the I.lriniples
or f ld;itn division aind iilenice,"''
ain1 that ticir W.01uiations w 0 1o
t.'ae for) I.e. A.s oe expre. sid it. to
anlother "dhe Judge'is good epubli
Cani L:t. he d't, aet with the p:r1ty."
fint82 1 flnd what 1 piedietedl inl
1868 ha: Cme to pass, thi.t the iitel
l ige trec of t hit Sta:1te hasi comei uip to
thme Rebic iItianI plaitf ormi. l never
lknew t hi -; peole ta io nwin:;ty do a
iean, dislome~tst or deceitful net, they
ariiuder the leadler.-hip of' tuen of'
"high anxd imoral idteasa,' 'Greeley rand
i own i. h thierefore eu-st miy lot watithi
2d . La 18~G8 i t slll u its a
"'whliteC ii mu's goverinnen Ct," I wa)s op.
posed to it. In 1872 it is practictlly
at cotored mauin's goverunenit, anti I ami
opposed to it.
3d. in 1868 I voted for a constit- i.
tioinal gov-era nment as contra ii.t in
gun ih ed fromii one "'revolt' tionaryi**, niull
and void." Jn 18$72 I d > the siame ios
->n t r a-d ist iguishe d, un tde r my owna
personal obseorat ion, fromt ai in ilitary
-L. Inli 1868 1 voted to aept thie
si tit(ato and joinf itf~ hand acos tiO ie
dbluoody ebaismii.' Ini 1872 1 sti all do0
the saino', I uatill inot ctiange.
5th lIG I v ~oted to avoid a wiar
of races. Wiith 1ess conifiden1ce, but
waith tho ramec view, I -halh vote~ in
18t2 for the party of reconciliation.
As to my becing a candlidt:a for
Conigress, it is a matter for tho Con..
;gressiaii~l D istr ict. I have never as.
p ired to' be a j.oliitician, but if I ecan
dIo bjetter and higher for mly fellow.
citizens 1 :am at their service.
A Postin-asier A rresltId
Tfhe ('atumbiat l onix saya . "Johni
*. Uan.'weih, late positmaiustcr at Ca:m
ded. . C. u asa 1rstedin iit p.lt
tln Saturdt~ay, on at eLbiigu of' emibt 4e.
teitr. t cIof ony rece iveu c from inmone',
orders, lie was bailedl in time in:n ta',
two thiousanid dolaiis to appearc~ for
ex:uiation cun Wedneisdiy next.
A dliipattch was received fro~m (;hes.
ter yesterd ay, stasting that Williamn
Ford bru tally murdered Ge(orge Cres
we(lt Sunday iiigtt. Croswell wats a
dlischartgedl Union soldier of good
repunte, who wits en!'ggd in business
at Chester. Tho Governor willI offer
a rewatrd of $200) for the apprehien
sion of the murder.--(Columb'ia Uinion.
An O)went, Ky., girl, beoing utniderI
age, got mrzied by proxy the other i
llavitig their Eyes Opened.
The Columbia correspondent of the
leaufort Republican relates the fol.
A prominent State oflal has just
eoeived a letter from Ohio, which has
roduced quito a flutter among the
rant men here. Our South Caroli
a Grant man had written to his
)hio relat've, ridiculing the noinina
ion of Greeley at Baltimore, olosing
iith the assertion that there was but
no Liberal Republican in this State
ad that rooms In the Lunatic Asylim
'ere being prepared for him. ''he
nswer to this lotter itnforned him
hat it he shubl lie called upon to
Arri-i room4 for all the Oreloy Re,
ub!iania in Ohio, lie wouldl have to
ulild an avyluim as big as tihe StLteof
01th C.arolina; that a bout all 1of his
)hio reltives were for (3reeley ; the
aImes of forty prminitent working
publicans in Henry County were
Ur Greeley, and the letter ulo.-cd with
hle as ertien that Greeley would get
av third of the iepublican vote of that
sId otler Couti es inl the North
los'ern purt of the State. Our Grant
tan looked as if lie had collapsed a
tie. "ily (3-d," said he, "G reeley
ill i h.vU 5o,000 majority in Ohio."
Who said I hollired i"
The N11at litnh Troubles.
Tbe S.vaniiah News a:vs
.\bout eight o'clock oi Tu'esday
ight three white boys -ind a little
irl, sitting on the top of Mr. Davia.'s
ouse, on New llouston Steet, near
islnilt, were flied into by ohie of a
air1y Lf passing iegroCs. Fortunate.
y the il dren were unharmed, al
iough their escape was most miraci
ouS. Th'lie balls struck a fIenace adjoin
Ig Ie I tuI, and v; 0re imbedded to
be do;,th (f se eral inches. They
vere cut out and shown us yesterday,
ud ere evidently fired from an army
,idtol. One of th-. balls passed be.
weenl the teet of one of the youths
lld aothr close to hiis car. Two of
ie lys ale sons of Mr. Price, cnd
he :ts wcrc children of Mr. Me
i ahtsn. The si inc crowd of negroes
irtd i.to the y:id of Mr. Pirendergast
id kaled a :o."
XW. W i :m, onie of tile anti ens
oIIhOustae Radicails, was arrested on
V cdII, s!ay by hi- o ppunen ts for brea k.
hg u p the St. Andrew's Hall mecet
Aft er som:o 'alk, tLe case was
i nd ft. r a 4ay.
'olleutor Adkins publiies a card
.e1 iyi-g anV co1plicity or connection
itlt ile riot, anid promises that ''the
aiihy uvndrer his commiad .shall not
io ,pared. "
'ho G ernan Agriculturalist ray.
At a gieat pottion of the fine
lavor of fre.0h butter is destioy.
!- by the usual modo of waliig,
; and h recon Ii Ii ends a thorongi
kitd i for tle remtaoval of the
b tter Ii i I:, aid subl'se qucnt press
ill" in a linen CILoth. Butter thus pro
pa.ed isi pr-c iient for its sweetites
if itato an11d flavor, qial ities which
are ret.ined for a long time. To ilm.
O lO 1l i lituacturevl butter, we are
advi.-d by the sa it.( attthot ity to wrk
it Ihorouaghily with ireli cold milk,
anid theat to w~a-,h it itt clear water;
stid it is said that eveni old and 'rasin1
butter maiay Le renderleed palaitable b~
wasta.g ai ni e nter to whieb a few
d o.1s 4 1 ai siluItions of el~lozide of lisng
have beeni added.
The prongres:iveniess of scieneei
t ruly gratjtiyin. Wc piresenit th<
followit dlivery 1upon1 enthquake.
ancrcoinendii it tot lie careful pern
sal of al Is'cintits. We~ arei of' 1h<
saime o pinaion withI the d istiinuishetc
A ihily cairespondent of the Sni
Fra ncis co ''Ca.11"' writ inrg on eathI
nlu k es, thliniks thliat "hIete rogeneeou
pha.lexes prisatically convergin
tire not due to) the silicious introduc
t ions of pho it osphear ical aistero ids, bua
raither' to pat abo.lio stratilicaitionis o
Tomnas C'arrollI, wh 1ile riding na
Sant doso Calijforia, on Sasturdai
-night, *July 29, saw two meni whots: hi
su pposed~ to ite hi gh wIi mn ; he shto
one1 oif thiemi dlead, and( imtade the othel
a pr isonier. Invest igat ionr shows th<
victimo to be I leuiri I'at tel, ian insoflen
sive Frenich fleaiist , who, with hiis com-i
panijot, who is in the same biusiners
was goinig in to th mountains to gath
er tilowers. Carroll was comitatet
for trial on ihe charge of mtansltg
It'a lawv whiebi it was found neces,
sa ry to put. in force ini thie seventeent I
(cent ury ini Englnid were to 1)0 resum'
ed to-day,1' it wouIld cause an immnense
dewnfalli of chtignins. It was as tol
Iowa :'"All womnen, of whatever age
rankh. pofessioni, or degree, whecthie
virgaian, ivies, or widows, t hat shalb1
frm satntd aifter thiiis da: te, imatpose iipon
sedceli4, tand betray into mtatrimon
anty (-f hig .\l Xiajsty's male sub~jects by
scenits pints, cosmetitics, washos, arti,
IieiaI teethi, tals h iair, Spanshl wool
ion stay s hoops, hiighi-heeled shtoes
ar bolstered ips , shall incur the pen
aliy of the hatws in force againsi
wuchleraift, sorcery, anid the like, and
I io iiarriaige, upon01 conviction, shtal.
tandt niullI and v'oid."'
Th'Iere is a horse in California
which, when ho is thlirsty, pulls the
bulng out of a water barrel and hselpa
himaself. lie learned the procss bj
wvaitchinig the treatment of other bar.
risa by his owner.
Nothing but a rough board at thet
icadi anad a coder bush at the foot,
muarks Get. Magruder's grave at
GLORIOUS NEWS I!
Hurrah for the
T..B. MXIEEEam I
Down Goes Grant !
UP GO]ES GRJWELEY'!
North Carolina Goes Conservative by Over
TEN THOUSAND I
ENOUGHI WORK FO ONE DAY !
[Wo are permitted to use the fol
lowing dispatch received here yester
day by W. R. Robertson, Esq., from
Col, Wam. Johnston, Charlotte, N. C.]
CNAnLo-'rx, August 2.-As for at
beard from, the Conservatives have
gained in every county. Six or seven
Men b-rs, cut of eight, elected to
Congress. Our majority in the State
over ten thousand.
The above has been confirmed by a
a despatch received at Charlotte from
lIon. D. 1h 3arringer, Chairman of
State Executive Committee.
North Carolin 11 lighl,
CuAuR.oTT, N. 0., August 3-1
P. Al. Foity-six Counties have been
heard from, which iuolude the Radi
cals' strongest Counties. The roturns
show a conservative gain on Shipp's
vote of 600 in excess of the Radical
gain. The West still to hear from
which will give large Conservative
Pmtis, August 3.-Lie Temps is in.
elined to doubt the authenticity of the
Livingstone letters, published by
Stanley. It quotes the opinion of
the German geographer Kiepert,
who discovered various geographical
blunders in the letters. lie thinks
that part of the narrative was invent
ed by Mr. Stanley, and hence the
whole is valueless ; and hints that it
is possible that Stanley never saw
Disastrous floods have occurred in
Yorkshire, Lineashire, and other
Engli.lh Counties, causing loss of life
and iinmenso destruction of property.
One ghastly incident is reported front
Manchester, where a grave-yard was
submerged and many bodies wore
washed away. About fifty have been
W1L.Mu1NGT0N, August 3.-The fol.
lowing Counties give Morrimon the
respective majorities attached :aStan
leIy, 37; Union, 439 ; Iredell, 800
Orange, 634 ; Cibarras, 349 ; Wilsmi,
167 ; Anson, 171 ; Cumberland, 7
Cathamii, 95 ; Mecklenburg, 251
Rowan, 537. 'rhe following give
Calt dwell majoritices : Rich mion d,299
Lenoir, 4-17 ; Wayne, 203 ; Grece,
141 ; NePy lHanover, 1,253.
N:ev Yonic, August 3.-The Her
ald's London despatch says letters
have been rceiod by Stanley from
Viscount Hafield, haLrl Granville and
a son of Dr. Liviigstoiie. Lord Ei
field, in tie name of Earl Granville,
acknowledges the receipt of lettere.
andl docunments fromt Liv ingston,de
livered by Stuniley to her Mahzjesty's
Aimbassador a t P'.ris, for transmission
to the foreignm departimnt. Earl
Granville says, in a letter, that he has
no doubt of thme genuineness of the
letters purporting to come from Liv
ingetonme. Livingstone's son says lhe
has no doub t that the papers na i let.
ters brought to him by Stanley are
The Democrats fired 100 guns in
the City Iha 1 Park, th is noon, in lhon
or of the victory in North Carolina.
The firin g party carried a banner
with the words: "Nortit Carolina
prnune in favor of reconciliationm,
unimon and peace."
Ali Washington despatch says that
\loccasin is still wvatchiung the Cuban
privateer Pioneer at Newport. Her
guns arc shotted, and orders given to
sink the Pioneer, should she attempt
tu escape. These orders will withdraw
thme Moccasin from police duty, and it
is munmored that the Cuban s-ympathi
zers have taken advantauge thereof,
and~ have btarted another expedition
to Cuba, under the muost favorable
-The Iherald's London Despatch
says that Stanley was inmvitedl to dine
with Lord Stanley, Lady Franklin
and other distinguiahed persons.
At the very latest hour, North
Carolinai agents have not thought it
worth while to confirm previous des
It is the general opinion of the Lon.
don piress that the letters of Sumn(er
aind Banaks, advocating the election of
Greeley, together with the Democratic
victory in North Carolina, indicate
beyond peradventure, the election of
Grecley and Brownm in November.
A Raleigh dlespatch to the Iherald
says it may take the official count to
give the result in North Carolina.
Th'le Democrats there olaim a majority
of 2,000 or 3,000. The Republicans,
howevor, decline to give up the result,
although the Era, thme Republican
organ of the State concedes thme ec.e
tion to Merrimnon by a small majority.
The World's special says Merrimon
thinks his majority will be 0,000.
The Times is unwillIng to give the
State to the Doecrats, and think it
may take till Monday to sottlo the
(Juestion. The Tribune rejoices over
the victory--claiming l,000 majority
in the State, at the lowest.
Greeley has gone to Rhode Island,
the guest of Sen ator Sprague.
Lieutenant Daiwson, chief of the
English search expedition, whliich
sailed from this county in the steamer
Abydos. befrer Stnleys, fir. de.
patch announcing his meeting with
Livingstone was received, loft Zanzi.
bar for England on the 21st of May,
and is expected to arrive in London
about the middle of next month.
WAa1nINGTpN, August 3.-Speoial
telegrams from Raleigh, to-day, state
that the official vote of the State can.
not be announced before Monday, but
it is believed the Democrats have car.
ried the State.
Thero is no reason to i1oubt the ap.
proximations made by previous dns.
patches, regarding North Carolina
fixing the mujority at 5,000 to 10,000
and six Congresstuen-however, both
parties here still claim the State.
The Radicals, in rare instances, wager
$30 to $100 on the State ovon,
Two buildings in Keokuk, Iowa,
fell down yesterday, burying seven
women and children in the ruins. One
woman was fatally wounded, and all
were muoro or leis injured.
LoNo 1n3ANcii August 3.-Milesian
won the hurdle raeo ; Lochiel second
-time 3.521. Prinokness won the
second race; Faladen second-timo
1.45. Sanfort's mate won the third
race ; Extract second-time 3.15,
NEW Yonic, August 3.-Cotton
opened and closed steady ; uplands
214; Orleans 21j'; sales 1,182 bales.
CInARLF.STON, August 3.- Cotton
firm and very little offering-mida
ding 19 ; receipts 24 bales ; sales 50
Livi:nroo, Aug., 3.-Evening
Cotton opened and closed firm-up.
lands 9g ; O-leans 10; sales 12,000
Forncy on lhic (oluimbia fling.
Tihe first and guiltiest of the receding
States, Soutr Crohina has been tho
most unfortunato nml worst punished
of theni nil ; but, tie punishiment has
been greater than she deserved. Since
the war closel and the military gov.
ernment was superseded by the civil
iuthorihy, she has beei at. the mercy of
a more rapacious gang of thieves than
tihe Tiinmiy of Tweed. A corrupt
Rng have wantonly wast-l aid ap
propr tLed the reventies of to State,
aind, while its people of all classes aro
to-day the most. impoverished in the
co1n1t1ry, tiese men are amonc, the
wealthiest. The extent of theirsteal.
ings reaches amllions of dollars and
cuve~rs a period of many years. -
The cruelest feature of' the whole
muforiutinate 0akfir is that tle ItX pa V
eri iave no redresi. Thu colored people
are in a great majority and coimpletely
under the control of these r.ascals.
Their voes pt:rpelnate this iif mions
rule, and have em bittered thousands of
white men in the State disprsed to bo
fair to the colored men. The conse
quieunce Ias been tie Ku Kii and a
Vain altempt. it the restoration of tho
white mitiority throtigh assassitiation
anad int imidation Of the blacks.
We deplore, but do not anpiiogizn for,
L.is condition of at'airs, the end of
which ve cannot see. It, has made the
nilme (f Reipblicnts1au synonvmlous fot
pinnder in South Carolina, anrid it ougit
to boa warning for uts of Pennsylvaniiia
not to elect to offices of homior and t rust
11ncompe t. ior d isho0nest men. TIh~e
whleu oif Sou i! Crilinm's tiroiubles since
tihe wajr date fromi lhe elect ion and ro
elect ion of imein sjII imly beciase they
were Ripublicjan s, and not beicauise they
were hioiest anid ih.-Phialap- h
The Cincinnati Erqcuirer or the
20th instant, says that an anecdote
has been related to it, coingD. fronm
Mr. P. Tr. Barnum, which is worthy
of tnotic: "Mr. Barnum, on his way
from Brid geport tio Cincinnati, was a
witness, on several occasions, when
wagers at considecrablo odds were of..
fered in favor of Greelov. There
were no takers. One individual, a
Greeley man, said lhe could get some
wagers when hu got home, whichi was
in the Voorhees District, of Indiana,
because that gentleman had so aliena
ted the Democracy there that they
were net going for Gireeley and had
no confidence in his election, and en.
couraged the Republicans in that be.
lief. But on his arrival in (Cincin
nati, Mr. Barnum received a letter
from that gentleman, who had gone
on to his home, stating that the bet
ting pig was up--that Voorheesi him
self was at work for Greeley-that .
everybody was for Greeley anid
wvagors were iampossible to obtain
there as elsewhere."
A man too cowardly to furnish his
name to the editor, writes to the Bal.
timore Gazette r~dvooating Grant for
Emperor. ie said that Groeloy,
would not be allowed to take his seat
if elected, that Grunt would be elect.
ed, to a second and then to a third'
term ; after that he would be pro..
claimed Emperor, as it was thne pur
pose of the Radical faction to haive
"strong govern ment for this big coun
try.' This is no doubt Grant's pur..
pose, but the people have a say in this
Mr. Goely's capacity for the
Presidency is the theme for an edito
rial in thme Ihartford Post (Grant).
Trhe "capacity"1 generally required
nowadays of ofiice-holders is the capa
ciousness of their pockets to hold the
plunder they steal fromi the publi.
N. Y. ilerald.
The unsightly wvhite hairs on hors
Cs eausedl by the wvear of saddle or
harness may be remoived to make way
for those of natural color, by applying
lard at three or four different times
and rubbing the same with the hand
until it becomes quite ot.