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SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM
VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1046
XE H'S FROM WASHINGTON.
WABBIHOTOH, July 21.-Colonel L. A. White?
ly, formerly of the National Intelligencer 6tarT,
Secretary Bout well gives notice of the adop?
tion of a distinctive paper for all obligations
and other securities of the United States, and
warns all parties that it is felony to have or re?
tain possession of such paper or paper like it.
One of the peculiarities of the paper is the in?
troduction of colored silk, cott m or other ma
? lerial into the body of the paper while in prc?
?sss of manufacture.
i. It is stated on good authority that the man
?a?** lg era of the French cable, haring agreed to
abide by tho action of Congress, will be allow?
ed to land their cable in Massachusetts and
work it without any present Federal inter
. Teronoe whatever.
Ex Senator Wade saya that the Walker vic
Sory in Virginia will affect unfavorably the
Secretary Robeson, willi a party aboard the
Talla poo sa, will inspect the navy yards on the
The murderers of Minnie Gaines have been
sent to the insane asylu n.
The Revenue department decides that smok?
ing tobacco cannot be retailed from pound
packages unless packed in wooden boxes and
The Philadelphia Enquirer says that a bark
^teit Baltimore recently with 24 OOO stand of
Bps? and 170,000 rounds of ammunition for
mWvnb?. She professed to be loaded with hay,
and reached her destination in safety. An?
ther similar vessel is likely to sail soon.
M-^THE CONSERVATIVE VICTORY IN
HR ., VIRGINIA.
* RICHMOND. July 21-Toe official returns
((bow that the vote tor Walker fell 26,000 short
of the white registration, and the vote for
Wells 18,000 short ot the colored registration.
. The objectionable clauses io the const ? mt ion
were defeated by 40,000 majority.
. There seems to have been a new dealin poli
t?os, as only an members of the new Legisla?
ture have ev?rr been there before. Thomas B.
Bondel], the State Attorney-General, resigned
'? - *
RIOTS HT SPAIN-ALARM OF TES AUTHORITIES
*~ -COLLISION WITH TSE IN8UKGIEST3.
MADRID, July iL-lhere is much excite?
ment throughout Spain. Many arrests have
been made at Yailadotid, C ndova and Barcelo?
na of persons believed to be fomenting r?vo?
lution-among them ara g?rerai generals and
} colonels. The authorities are taking great
pr?cautions to prevent aa outbreak. The
French Government bas ordered all conspira?
tors away from the frontier. A plot for the as
aa BB in arion of Serano, Prim and Havana has
been discovered here. A short n\ht. took
place at Ciudad Rodrigo between the civic au?
thorities and insurgents, of whom nine, with
Several soldiers, were wounded. The insur?
gent a then retreated, the leaden making their
SSTFWascx-THC LOB? HA? OE OF LONDON AND
LONDON, Joly 2t.-The British ship Lord
Bedmiante, from Quebec on Jone * for Glasgow,
encountered a heavy gale and sprang aleak.
The crew were saved.
JA the House of Commons, last night, the
Lord Mayor of Dublin, in his official robes,
presented a petition at the bar of the Houea,
praying a persistence in the efforts maring to
secure religious equality in Ireland.
THE USIVIKSTTT TX8T BILL-TEM (SCO Ml WTO AT,
COUNCIL-TSC mas GSUBCH ru AD.
LONDON, July 19.-In the House of Com?
mon 8, to-night, the University Test bill came
. The Earl of Carnarvon moved the previous
question, on the ground of the lateness of the
session and the insufficiency of time for con?
sideration of the bill.
On a division of the House the bill was
In the Boase of Commons, Mr. Ottway,
Under Secretary of Foreign Affairs, said the
government was aware that negotiations had
passed between Bavaria and Aaa tr ia with re
F '.peet to the (Ecumenical Council, but having
W received no official information, it could sub?
mit no papers on the subject.
In reply to an inquiry by Mr. Hoggard as to
bow far the Irish Church surplus food was to
b> locally applied, Mr. Gladstone said that the
question was rather premature. Ho could
not presume that the bill would pass. More?
over, the fin aacial parts of the measure
were very complex, and he could not say
how far the portions of the surplus would
bear a local character. Bat he assured the
House tbat the government was desirous,
of distributing the fond equally over the isl?
ASSASSINATION IN IRELAND.
DUBLIN. July 19.-Mr, Washbarne, High
Sheriff of Qaeen'e County, while on hiB way
to the assizjs, was fired at from the road?
side and severely wounded. The assassin es?
SPARES ER OH THE WIRES.
The Boston Post office is to be bnilt of granite.
Tusre are Aro to ten arrivals daily at the
White Sulphur 8pnngs.
Mr. Peabody a jd Mr. Corcoran, of Wasbing
ington, will visit the White Sulphur springs
In the Wbito Sulphur Springs sectiou, Vir?
ginia, the ern crop will be shortened by the
?iity Spanish troops bad a sharp engage?
ment with the Cabans near Manzanillo. Twen?
ty Cubans wore lilied and twelve captured.
The Spanish hiss is not given.
Wes India advices to June 24th report tho
yellow fever an opidemio anna; ?he soldiers at
dina: ia stat). There were ten cases aud five
deaths in the town. The shipping was healthy.
the New York dun argues that Kooma tra
sohaap's plan for importing the Chineso vio?
lates th' stamtes agaiust the coolie trade, and
will result in forfeiture and subject the persons
interested to Que and imprisonment.
? The first fatal case of yellow fever this sea?
son took place in New Orleans on Mon Jay.
The victim was a young Frenchman, jual ar?
rived from France. He stopped a few h jura in
Havana and waa quarantined eight days at New
-A German, named Carl Sohtll, married a
yooue girl josi irom the FaderUnd, at O.uaba,
Bone threJ weeks ago. in a most peculiar man?
ner. He pure a at ed a par ot ear-bobs, pnt
Shan in her e?n>, and informed tue young lady
bust "this little ceremony constantes a mar?
na re in America." Arter a week bad passed he
took them oat. and inf J rm ed her of auotu^r
piece of ne ws vi: *. This little ceremony coifer j
?tita es a divorc^ io America." He is cow m
jan for B teaiuig a trank.
THAT NIXE MILLION JOB.
MORE LIGHT UPON THE 0i?ERiTI0N3 OF
THE BLUE RIDGE RING.
TBE PERQUISITES OF A RADICAL GOV?
The Amount of the Bids for Completing
the Blue Midge Railroad-Character
and Responsibility of the B ida cr *-ls
Governor Scott Interested in the con?
tract t-Information for the People.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Tuesday, July 20.
TO THE EDITOR OP TUE NEWS.
Since the arrival of Tm NEWS of Saturday
containing the expose ot the machinations of
the Blue Ridge Railroad Ring, his Excellency
Governor Scott has been as cross as a bear
with a nore bead. No wonder. It is not pleas?
ant to have a profitable little game hete np to
public acorn; nor is it any consolation to know
that there id a good cbaooe of one million of
dollars (which MB Excellency expected to
make,) slipping through one's fingers. The
whole Radical ring here waa struck dumb with
astonishment when it was found tbat Scott in?
tended to gobbe np so big a share of the party
spoils. The un dei strappers are mad, and
Scott will either have to go enacks with bis
followers or make another contract in which
there will be less room for stealing.
GOVERNOR SCOTT'fl REPLY.
I do not know whetner Governor Scott in?
tends to attempt any reply to the questions BO
pithily pnt by THE NEWS. Ton might have
Bared yourself the trouble, in any case. No
one can disprove the main allegations of my
previous letter; ont in order to satisfy some of
the Quid Nunca here, I will say a few wards m
regard to the amount of the bids of the differ?
ent contractors, the responsibility of the differ?
ent persons offering to do the work, and the
reasons why I charge Governor Scott with
having a pecuniary interest-direct or indi
root-in the contract awarded to Cresswell (or
Cries vii I, I don't know which) Patterson and
* THE BIDS.
I have before me, as I write, a detailed
statement of the price at which each part of
the work was proposed to be done by tho dif?
ferent contractors. This yon can have if yon
want it. At present, I will only give tbe gross
amount in round numbers of each bid :
J. M. Chr'Biy * Co.$10 200.000
Dudley, Bardwell & Co. 9250,000
Cresswell. Sellers ? Co .. :. 10000.000
D. Tyier 4 Co. 8 7&OOU0
J. A. Bunt. 8 250,00?
B.D. HasellJi o. 7600000
J. D. Champlin ?Co. 8 SOO OOO
Eogineer'e estimate. 7,900 000
These ar3 not the exaot figures, but they are
near enough. Now, I contend that Christy's
b.d was only put in to be higher than Cresswell
& Sel'era' bid. It was offered by a Dlr. Kelly,
representing Christy ? Co., who, a ft or the
Bing wae exposed, was charred to his face by
Mr. Champlin with being "interested" in the
bid of Cresswell A Sellers. Kelly appealed to
Colonel Low, chief engineer of tbe company,
to say whether Christy's bid was not a bona
fide one. Colonel Low made no answer. Kelly
than dented -that he waa "interested" m Crem
well and Patterbon'a contract. A few minutes
before he had told another gentleman tbat he
had an interest tn CressvxWs contract. So
much for Christy.
As I have already said, the amounts given
show the original bids. When Scott told the
contractors that the bonds must not be touch?
ed and that money must be found to carry on
the work for nine or twelve months, those who
bad not been in the secret (that is all but
Crees wei I A Co.) claimed the right to modify
their bids. All of them put in second bids,
except B.D. Hasell, who joined in with Champ?
lin. The second bids ran about ten per cent,
higher than the first bids, except Champlin'e,
which was Increased very little, if st all, leav?
ing it by far the lowest offer, ??lind yon, all
the contractors ware now on ?he same footing.
Bot what did Scott do ? He deliberately pro?
posed to Cree <well A Co. to take tbe contract
st about $9,000,000, and they consented to take
it. Here are the naked facts. The work, by
chicanery and double dealing, is given ont at
$9,000,000, sad 1 assert here, and it cannot be
gainsaid, that the whole work can be done, and
done well, for SEVEN MILLIONS cash, or BEVIN
AND A HALT MILLIONS m first mortgage guaran?
teed coin bonds. There is about iwo MILLIONS
or DOLLARS pr J fi t to be made as the job stands.
What will be Scott's share ? As hts time is
short and he haB other irons in the fire, (State
bonds, bank bille, land Bales, Ac.,) he may be
satisfied to take only A MILLION ! Who will
now say that Scott is good for nothing ?
As Cresswell A Co. reduced their bid from
$10,000,000 to $9.000,000, a corresponding valu?
ation must bs made in the charges for iror,
Ac, contained in my first letter. Tbis would
bring the iron down to about $120 per ton
ONLY $30 A TON MOBS THAN THE PRICE AT
WHICH IT CAN BE DELIVERED AT ANDERSON.
There is a proportionate difference in tbe
oharge for chairs and spikes, which will stand
at twelve cents and thirteen and a kai/ cents a
pound, costing about FIVE AND A HALF CENTS in
WEBE THE CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBLE PERSONo?
- I will tell yon all I know about the firms
which offai ed to do the work.
Ot the finn of D. Tyler A Co. General Tyler
is the head, and it was represented by his BOO,
who was formerly Superintendent of the Macon
and Western Railroad aud lately of tho Phila?
delphia and Erie Railroad. G?ncral T\ 1er has
for many years been connected with public
works as a contractor. Mr. Edgar Tnompson,
President of tho Penu.vlvaoia Central Rail?
road, has generally beeu onuectel with Gen?
eral tyler, and would, it is believed, have been
interested in the Blue B.d/e contract.
J. A. Hnot, of North Caro.ina, is said to bo
highly responsible as a contracto.-. He v.as
present himself, and was also represented by
Major G ul. ck. of this place. Colonel Child.*, of
ibis city, can, I believe, give a Bali.-factory ac?
count of Mr. Haut end tbe large iu.cre?ts
which he repres?uts.
B. D. Hasell, now of New York, is a nativ *f
Charieatou, bud comes trom one of tho t
families m the Si ate. Gu leaving college Lo
chooso tho profession ot civil engineer, and
has for more thaa twen<y y^ars boea connect?
ed wit h railroads a?d other public works. Mr.
Hasell was Chief Engineer of the Qatncy and
Toledo Bauroad, Chief Engineer aud General
Superintendent of tbe New Orieaus, Jackson
aud Great Northern Railroad, and of tbe Mem?
phis and Ohio Railroad, and during the war
waa Presideut of the Charleston and Savannah
Railroad. For the post two years he has
been Goueral Aeeut of the Great Southern
Freight Lino via Charieatou, S. C. Mr. Hasell
bas tbo highest testimonials, is a first-rat-c
engineer and can mike as close an estimate of
tue value ot work ss un j man in the con itr>.
Ho had good backers io New York, and coald
have given security for twice tbe amount of ibo
contract. I am told positively that Air. Bnseil's
bid was rejected because "it was BO much
lower than the other b.ds." I eiy that it was
rejected because Scott w as not a partner in the
J. D. Champlin has been a railroad contrac?
tor for many years. He built the Memphis
and Ohio Railroad, did considerable work in
Louisiana, had a heavy contract on the North
Missouri Railroad, and is now carrying out a
large contract in New Jersey. He brought
letters from prominent bankers in New York
and had a letter of introduction to Governor
Scott from General Sherman. No use. Dr.
Scott was not in the shop.
The only persons of wbom I can learn but
huleare J. M. Co ns ty A Co., and Cresswell,
Patterson & Sellera. They are believed to be
Pennsylvania men. As I said, Christy's bid
was a mere blind.
1 think I have made it very clear that there
were four responsible contractors who offered
to do the Tork at from $1 OOO OOO to $1.500,000
leas than the price at which it was awarded to
the Pennsylvania firm of Cresswell. Patterson
A Co. This ie enough for ta; purpose. It is
not necessary to rob it in.
ANOTHER REASON WHY.
One big teason why Scott preferred Cress?
well to any other man, I forgot to mention.
Mr. Champlin proposed thar the $4 000,000
guaranteed bord? bi leposi ted with a N ttional
trust Company in the North, so that they
could not be touched by the con tr ictor or the
Governor until the proper time came. Cress?
well A Co., on the contrary, said that they
were willing that the $4.000 090 should be lodg?
ed in the bands of Governor Scott and State
Treasurer Parker. Cresswell A Co. look the
WHY SCOTT ITC ST BE A PABTNEB IN THE CON?
I have not seen the documents, and do not
know what the figures are, but I say that
Scott is to bare a plum ont of the Blue Ridge
p e, for these reasons: The work conld be
d me and was offered to be done at seven and a
half mil 1 ions, and was awarded at nine millions;
Cresswell A Co. wero allowed to negotiate with
Scott, while the other contractors were not;
Cresswell A Co.'s bid was not accepted, but
Scott told them they conld have the job at niue
millions, and they took it; DO similar opportu?
nity was given the other contractors; Cresswell
& Co. were in constant communication
with Scott, and squatted in his back of?
fice the dav the bids were opened; lob?
bying, whispering and riding abont with Cress?
well & Co. was going on all the time. These
are my reasons, and they satisfy me, as I be?
lieve they will satisfy the people of the Sute,
who remember the manipulation of the State
bonds and the bills of the Bank of the State,
and who know that there is only one way io
wbioh a man can make hundreds of thousands
of dollars out of thirty five hundred dollars a
year. Who would not b: the Radical Governor
of a Southern State ?
I hare said my say, and said it withoot mal?
ice. Ibis whole government is a plundering,
pilfering Ring, whose aim is to make money
quick, no* matter how. I koow it, and yon
hnow it. My only object in writing these let?
ters is to show np one or the biggest j o os on
reeord-a little brother of the Pacific Railroad
job; and to ask whether even our present Le?
gislatura wifl a lo w Scott to have toll awing,
and pile upon the State a load of debt which
no people can bear. 1 do aot believe that their
stomachs will stand it, and if this be so,
then will Cresswell, Patterson A Co., and
their silent partner, come to unmitigated
grief. The taxpayers must remember that
every million of dollars we spend represents
$70,000 a year in taxation. They can readily
see that $10.000,000, for the Bine Bidge Ring
means an addition ol fifty per cent, to our pre?
sent taxes, lhis is the whole matter in a nut?
The Phoenix to-day, pitches into Scott very
handsomely. I leave to-morrow for the moun?
tains and shall not be back for a fortnight,
when, if necessary, I will again present my re?
epects to his Excellency Governor Scott.
THE HABET FAMILY.
Trouble Brewing nt Washington-A
Chapter ot Interesting Political Gos?
sip-Boutwcll TS, ihe President.
A Washington letter of July 15th, to tho Cin.
cinnati Commercial, says :
We may or we may not like it, bot it is nev?
ertheless a fact, t but a tempest is Known io be
brewing in the admin sttative cir .-les. 1 am
going to tell yon wuat is said among those who
are classed as Radical Republicans, with my
inference as to the weight that may be placed
on their testimony.
In the first place, it is considered that the
President bas altogether too much sympathy
with the reualt in Virginia ; that he prefers
too openly the success of Sen ter io Tennessee,
ol Hamilton i i Texas, and especially of lient,
his brother-in-law, iu Mississippi. I hoard an
active Radical Bay to-day, that the administra
tion's policy was to secure the elimination ot
the negro from national politics by adoption of
tho pendine I'd teen th Article, aud leave uim iu
thc native wh'te bands, so far us local State
affairs are concerned.
lt would appear that Governor Boutweil ie
opposed to this. Ho is the outspoken R idical
in the Cabinet, and ull who know him well un?
derstand that he is a man with definite pur?
poses, and clear and decided intentions of car?
rying them out it that be possible; and of not
being used to carry out any other line ot poli?
cy, ii is affirmed mat tue point is re icu ea
where the latter alternative is to be seen ap?
Governor Boutwcll is undoubtedly very much
dissatisfied with the resulto: the Virginia elec?
tion. Hu has strained his influence to tho
utmost to prevent the carly ordering of an
sleetiOH in Mississippi, which could terminate
only io a new Walker triumph. It is not that
the Radicals object so much to Walker lum
sef, uti they do to those i ho elect him. It ia
rea-ouauiy concluded mat if the niau, bouy of
supporters are irom tho rebel Democracy, then
the State administration must bo strained tor
then' bauolii,. oo with regard to tuc caudiuacy
ot Louis Dent aa Governor of Mississippi.
He will, like Waiker, be m the niaiu eustuLeu
only bi thu old rebel ii fi umc s.
It ia declared hy pe-iao-a g uer.illy well m
foimed aa to the po-uttou of <uu Secretary ot
thc Tieaaury and tho pohtic.il guaaip winch
circulates about bim, thai, within a couple ol
di)u Secretar,) Routweil and Judge Dent uaw
liud some very warm words over tao Misais
8ippi app iiutuieuta - reve.'iud and ciistjriis.
It ia understood that Dent ' spoke aa o:ie
hiving authority." and demande J cet tam
ciiuuges. Tue Appointment Clerk, Ur. tul?
lock, into whoso banda Governor Boiit.veil
has intrusted niucu ot tbe responsibility of
tho chauire-i mada or itnpondiu:-. carno in
tor a v.gorous denunciation, 'tullock is a
Radical, und by bia iutimaio knowledge
ot tho t>onth hos bsen able to secure Rad.cal
appointments there ia most caaes where they
have had nothing to do with the Methodi t
Cnurcb at least, lt is r- ported that Governor
Barnwell told Judire Dent that he proposed to
run the Treasury, at le^st aa long as he was at
iis head; and furthermore that bc looaed
suspiciously ou ali political movements tliat
fen it ?KCc.-sLry to prefix some word otb.r
than waa adopted b.v tue pariv itself to the
title of ibo Republican party. It this was said,
it was certainly a neat drfve at thc National
Guion Repub ican porty of Mississippi, wuich
is the orgau.z.uoa by whom Judge Dent has
beet trotted out.
lt is also reported thal at the last two Cabi?
net nieetin-s Governor Bou well has taken oc?
casion to express himself in the Btron.eot
terms in raver of -ustuini. g Republicanism
pure and simple iu all the Southern S ates und
as being remarkably su-oicious of all move?
ments that pandered, nuder whatever guise, lo
the rebel vote and support..
So much I deem to bj truth in all the ra
mors I have outlined in the foregoing, and
that is, that Mr. Boutwell declares that what
influence the administration can give, legiti?
mately, ?hall be extended in ali State elections
to the Radical Republicans; while General
Grant desires neutrality, unless the patties as?
sume positions of active brat iii ty to. and equal?
ly as active support of tho administration. All
thia may seem speculation, and of an idle
kind, but it is the cloud no bigger than a man's
band in its risine. which threatens at last to
overshadow the heavens. There are lbose
who predict the resignation of Governor
Boutwell before Congress reassembles.
THE CHIN AM AIT AS HE IS.
The New Element ot Labor In Califor?
nia and the Wes -An Interesting
Picture by an Intelligent Observer.
The San Francisco correspondent of the Cin?
cinnati Gazette writes :
Wbat of the Chinese ? Much that is inter?
esting and important. There are in round
numbers one hundred thousand of them in the
Pacific States, and the new arrivals now aver?
age from fifteej hundred to two thousand per J
month. They abound as laborers along the
whole of the Central Paciflo Railroad to Pro?
montory Point, and over this distance have
pushed off into the towns as servants ai?d
tradesmen, and into the mines wherever allow?
ed to come. They are spreading eastward
slowly; there are a few m Omaha, and John
Chinaman, with his round bat and pig-tail
coiled under it or dangling between his heels I
his long hine shirt which he wears over his
blue pantaloons, will shortly be no curiosity
in the mississippi Valley, fie ia on bu way
in force to make bis fnture Eastern employ?
ers a visit.
CUTS A TO WS IK SAN FSA NC 18 CO.
Chinatown, as tbe quartet ol tne city in
which the Celestials live is called, is certainly
one of the most interesting spots to visit in
California. There are abont a dozen blocks of
w hose four sides a warm with them, and a halft
dozen euee s for a distance of several squares
are filled with their stores and shops. Nearly
all are dressed alike, in long bine overshots j
and pants. The round straw hat is, howe er, I,
rapidly being abandoned for tbe American felt, j
and the peculiar clogs and eboes for our j
boots. The higher class of merchants wear a
similar dress in style, of a dark and fine cloth, ,
and tbe rank and station is Bbown by the j
length and thickness of the cue. Tbs ladies ]
may be clad to know that these citizens Of the I :
Fiowsry Kingdom bronght with them the arl
of wearing the most deceptive additions into ;
their bair, so that no matter what the crop is ?
the ladies can have waterfalls of any given
size, and the men of standing even cl any I,
given lei gtb. Through all these streets, flam
in;, red and yellow handbills, covered with i
columus of their peculiar characters, tell these I
multitudes of Bales and cheap goods, of letters 11
and new arrivals, ot tbeatres, and where labor?
ers are wanted. 11
THE CHTNESB a*BUCHANTS. , I '
Every store has its Chinese sign and most I :
of them are English ones also. Chy Long & I J
Co. are ol i merchants of wealth and standing,
so are Hip Yik and Hip Wo. I hey sell silks 11
and ivory goods, inlaid work, teas, Chinaware J
ttbleware, groceries, cigars, and the coantlese
other articles which are included in the name i
..curios." Their word or bond is good as gold I
among the bankers and merchants of the ci tv. I
HUD? Lung selle you oigars. Gem Leo, Hung
Lee, Hip Ho, and otber firms with similar I <
names, make you cigars, mend booie, or do I
y ar wasbing and ironing, their market stalls 11
abound in articles which Americans know L
-.** HOW THE CHINESE COME.
Six years ago tbe emigrat.ou began in earn- :
est. Before there had been only enough on
tbe coast to make them more than a curiosity. I .
They cam? quiet ly, and engaged in such labor
aa they coola obtain. They worked fer a trifle,}
were temperate, industrious, honest and re?
spectful. They became popular, and conse?
quent inquiry for them aeon increased the
Bupply. Tbe numbers which answered the
call created alarm among the classes whiob
had previously monopolized labor, demagogues
caught at the opportunity of pandering to tho
lower classes, and began to denounoe the new
comers. From that time John has seen
trouble enough. But bis friends are rapidly
increasing now, and be bas already obtained a
foothold from which he cannot be driven. He
is here, and his friends and neighbors are
coming. No power in America, as our laws are
constituted, and considering tbe demand for I
his labor on the whole coast, can drive bim
back even if any considerable number of re?
spectable citizens should desire to bid him
TEZ CHATTED OF THE DEM AOOOCES.
The fact is, there is not such a widespread
prejudice against the Chinese as Eastern peo?
ple have been led to believe existed in Califor?
nia. Tne large majority of the respectable
people of both parties consider their presence
a blessing. Politicians, or rather the unscru?
pulous demagogues among politi nans, have
caused most ot the trouble. To secure the
tupport of the most reckless and vicious por?
tions of the population, they have framed un
just Jaws, and winked at outrages and abases
which are a disgrace to the State. Against all
this. John, by hie skid, patience, exemplary
conduct, indus1 ry, and moderate charges for
labor, is slowly but steadily working his way.
JOHN PROTECTING HIMSELF.
As the State refused them protection, they
formed companies to aid and, so far as possi?
ble, to protect eaoh other. There are now six
o? th?s? io San Francisco, each under the di?
rection of Chinese merchants of weal h, cul?
ture and standing. The directors of these
companies have a common place of meeline,
aud their organization is complete. Tbe ex?
istence of these associations has given rise to
the story that the Chin amen who were brought
over were really bold in a kind of slavery by
these corporations, and that they were actual?
ly bought and sold like slaves. There is no
truth in this. The companies were formed as
benevolent associations, aud in uo respect do
they depart from their original design. Each
company represents a certain district in China,
and all who arrive havo the opportunity of
joining the particular ODe covering the placa
from which they come. Eicli is free to be?
come a member or not, as he chooses. Thc
fee of membership is ten dollar*. For this he
receives assistance from the directors and their
agcuta in obtainiug emplovm 'nt; he ts taken
into tbe company's lodgiog-houseB and board?
ed free, or at> a very email expense, till be ob?
tains a place, and whenever he leaves or loses
his situation, or comes in from the farms or
mines, he finas a free lodging placo, and a hos?
pital in case he is sick.
THE PATJPEB CHINAMEN IN CALIFORNIA.
The companies ootaiu employment tor their
members. From this tact they have been
Charged witn dealing in coolies. The charge
IB wholly lalee. No member of the company
is obliged io accept a place found fur bim it he
docs not (lesite to do bo. though he must trust
the companies implicitly, for the reason ibat
he finas no better friends. Thousands who
come aro brought bv thc Company fund ihrouch
n previous arrangement niadooy the emigrants
with tho agents in Clima For tho repayment
of this the/ eire their word. Their first anx?
iety is to repines this sum. ibo company
keeps a record of th3 amount, ol the place
where tb:? emigrant is euip.oyed. aud tours a
special rgrecucut with euell :-s to ihe ra c ul
repa) men ts. 'lue company has no hold upon
the laborer whatever except his promise, and
does not assume control i f him to any extent
Bu', John id bonsai anti prompt to pay. and
grateful beanies fir the help ex ended. These
eoniptu os lako en ire chai go of all pauptrs,
and uo thiuama'i has a? yet become a charge
upon tho State.
Vf H AT JOHN CAN DO.
California is blessed wi ll co d ard rich soil
au J charmine climate. Ita resourcja are be?
yond computation. Ita best citizens speak ol
these, and then say that of all t heir blessings
that of Cuiuese labor is ono of the greatest.
Tho whole bumoets ind commerce ol the ?tate
was langui-hing b?cause o: tue tc.trcity of
laborers. Bu just in the time of croaieat need
relief came. Women were few ia California,
bi'u-e servants could bo found fjr tue wealth?
iest alone. But John arri v jd and. though bo
knew notbinc of Amencia housekeeping or
c lokinc, he learned both airaos'- with a single
lesson. But for John tho facific Railroad
would bave been delayed three years. As aa
ariist with shovel or drill, whe (barrow and
cart, he has proved himself unsurpassed. He
is temperate, has uo rows, is not al homo in a
riot, has fe iv holiday a. boards himself, cooks
bis own food to his liking, do:s bia own wash?
ing, keeps h.mselisc upulouily clean, ia alwa>B
respectful, contented and j ivis). He is above
all other .-lassea a must uselul aud pleasant
person tob ni.I railroads with.
ALDINQ TO THE NATION'a WEALTH.
Such a i eople are an acquisition m a great
country needing development, even il tbev re?
ceive what wLites demand for similar services.
Bnt when the question of cost presents itsolf,
the value of labor appears in a new and impor?
tant light. Speaking in liberal terms, Chinese
lAbor costs only one-third as mu :h as white
workmen demand. Now, if they receive only
lair treatment, ia there any limit to tue supply?
China is crowded to overflowing with its popu?
lation. We cannot stop the inroad if we would.
Looking to the great undeveloped West, which
stretches beyond the Rocky Mountains, the
best men in both parties in California regard
the promise for labor with rejoicing. Farmers
are employing them io all directions. Silk
colt are is opening, and cotton and rice and
tea, it is confidently believed, will be hereafter
The yield of gold and silver will be vastly in?
creased the rdoment capitalists can succeed in
securing Chinamen admission to the mines.
With the present price of white labor, mmes
which vieil less than about $20 to the ton can?
not be worked. There are inexhaustible mines
already known which will produce from $7 to
$20 to the ton. With Chinese labor, all rock
which produces $7 per ton eau be worked with
profit. It can be faintly seen what advanta?
ges to the whole country would flow from snch
a change in mining.
As yet it is impossible to introduce these
people into the great mines, though they are
gradually making headway. Where a white
miner abandons his claim if h's daily receipts
tall mnch below $4 or $3, a Chinamao thinks be
ts making a fortune if he secares seventy-five
TSOn EDUCATION AND PAGANISM.
Ninety-eight per cent, of those that come
here can read and write their own language.
&lost ot them are rapid in figuring. Th ir
shildren learn our language rapidly ; the
parents with difficulty, thongn they soon man?
age to acqmre a stock of words and sentences
which answer their purposes. They show a
(treat anxiety to send their children to school
where English is taught, though as yet few
facilities bare been given them, for while they
pay full school taxes, they have as yet been
furnished but one school house for forty pu?
pils. As a class, there is none so law- i biding
not even tbe Americans - and none m re
honest. They pay all taxes to the government
cheerfully ana carefully, and the school tax of
the State, though they have very small returns
Tor the latter.
The State imposes a tax of five dollars per
lapita upon all the land, and some special
licenses, snob as the miners' tax of three do -
lars, the first of which the State has no right
to collect. There are disgraces of this kind
which demagogues have brought upon Califor?
nia, but which the respectable classes do not
sanction, and will rectify before long.
They are idolaters. This is the mo it diffi?
cult point in the whole problem, brill those
who suppose that American civilization cannot
stand against a few thousand or a few mil?
lion Chinese, are borrowing mach needless
Contrary to the opinion of most readers, the
Chinaman erects no idol of God. He would no
sooner do this than tho Chnatain. His faith
ls thia : God is good and kmd,- and so merci?
ful that hd will und.T no circumstances do ns
anyth.ng hut good. Bat the Evil One bates
as, and ia ever watching an opp irtnnity to in
I ure and destroy us; we must conciliate him
And so JOBS or Dc vii houses are erected, and
insence burned constantly, and offerings made
io conoihate the Devi).
. * . THIMtt DEAD.
They believe in the sweet influences of de
parted-spirits, that the dead are constantly
around them to watch, and guard, and help.
The; make offerings of food at their graves,
not, aa- is said with tho idea of feeding the
dead, but to show them that they are remem?
bered. Their name for Got! and tor the in?
fluence whion these departed exert is the same
as that which expresses the soft warmth aud
effect of a southern sun failing upon a slope
which lo 'ILS toward the south.
They send their dead home to bury them in
the family Une, so that the chain of ancestry
may be complete, snd the sweet influences
from the spirit would flow through the line un?
interruptedly. If the une is broken by an ab?
sent dead one, the influences are leas regular,
and the wandering spirit is not at rest, and in?
stead of watching to do good, desires to injure
and make trouble in return for the neglect of
his body. Three times a year offerings are
made to departed spirits, and a late Emperor
has decreed that the government make offer?
ings also three times a year to spirits at large,
that is to tue spirits of such aa have died in
battle or have been lost at sea, and left unbu?
ried or not returned to the graves where the
family line is laid.
WHY WEALTH IB MADE FOB CHINA.
lt is charged that thoee who come hoard all
their gold, and take it home, tb ns keeping
mnoh coin ont of circulation. This has been
true. The reason is obvious. The courts ex?
tend no protection; their testimony was worth?
less; they could not enforce contracte; sharp?
ers were continually preying upon them, and
?o they were drivtn to trade with their own
people, and hoard their gold.
But under the encouragement which the
better classes are giving them, all this is
changing. Their merchants are erecting stores
and in Vi sting m real estate. The laborers are
purchasing homes and sending for their wives.
More and more of those who go home are re?
turning, and most of them with friends de - ign
iog to stay. The attentioa of t.ie great Chinese
capitalists of the Empire is being turned to our
coast, and the hope among many of on; best
business men in -san Francisco is that they
will shortly bo induced to take hold of creat
enterprises. The coin of tbe world has been
pouting into China for generations, lu Can?
ton and Hong Kong there are many native de?
positors ot bro and six millions, and many
Chinese companies which could tarnish fifty
and sixty millions to such an enterprise as tho
Pacific Railroad, or to steamship lines, if they
could once be interested in the matter. Chi?
nese merchants soy these men will invest the
moment they can have full protection for their
persons and property under the laws.
JWMARENGO.-F EVER AND AGUE
PURE, TONIO, FEVER PE EV SS riVE-This val?
uable prenaration has b?en in private us* for many
years, and throupu tbe persuadion of triends, who
have u ed it with the most beneficial results, the
proprietor ha9 been induced to offer it to the pub?
lic. It is warr meed to cure CHILLS AND FEVER
of howevei loDg standing, removing the cause and
entire!} eradicating its effects from the system. It
will PCR1FT TBE BLOOD, strensHieu tho diges?
tive organs, induce aa appetite, and restore the
paiient to perfect health. It is a purely VEGETABLE
prepararon, and so harmless that children of all
ages may take It willi safely?? As a tonic MARfcNG'J
ha? no superior, and for debility arising from the
effects of fever, or fren otber cause ii invaluable
A few dc 03 is sufficient to pati.-ty ibo most in?
credulous Miff-rer of its viriue and worth. All
who try one bottle of MARENGO wi 1 bi sa much
pleased withi s effect, tbat .hey will readdv en?
dorse it, >?0 HUMBUG. For evidence ol its effi?
cacy and varar, refer to MARI- NGO circulars, which
contain ctrrtiflcaiej of well known and respectable
Mt RENGO ii a geuuine southern preparation,
the r-ropr etor and m inufacrurer b ins u native and
r? siden; of Cbarlesou, ami it is fully guaranteed to
five tomplrtc uod univercal sibsiaction.
>0 BL'M DUG. TRY I f.
For eale bv all Druggists, and bi DOW IE A
MOIST, corner Meeting and Hasel Hreets; OOOD
RICH. WIN Bil AN a HO.. Havue-stre-t. and G. 3.
ICHN. Druggist, Agent ol Proprietor, corner of
Kin;* a-'d Julin streets, charleston, a. C.
June 8 uac 3mos
Sa-BEAUT1FUL WOMAN, IF YOU WOULD
bo bcautllal, usc Hagan's M.-ttvNOLIA BALM.
It tilves a pure blo-nning complexion and restores
yo.itblul beau y.
Tts effecis are gradual, natural and rerfect.
It removes Redness Blotches and Pimples, cures
Tan, .Sunburn sod Freckles, BJ! makes a lady of
thirty appear ' ut twenty
Tte MAGNOLIA BW.M makes th a ?kin smooth
and pearly; the Eye bright and oar; the Check
glow with the bloom of youth, and impart* a fresh,
plump appearance to tho counieuance. No lady
need complain of ber com i ez'on, wbci fcvcnly
fjve cents will purchase th<e delightful article.
The heft arti.le to dress the hair is Lyon's Kathai
rcL. th?rc Imo sac June 2-1
SWINTON-Died, in Charleston. Jilv 15, 18-19,
from tbe effects of malarious fever, KD Wa KD i Lt
MENT SWINTON, In tbe twenty-sixth year of his
Few, perhaps, in io ?hort a Ufr, have so commend?
ed themselves to the respect and love of all with
whom they have b ?en asiociated as our dear yoong
friend, and no one will be more missed irom Ute cir?
cle in which he moved.
But while we must no far yield to our natural emo?
tions as to indulg?? a keen regret for tbs loss we
bave tbus experienced we can yet comfort ourselves
with tbs consideration that having professed bis
fmth in our Divine Redeemer, wo have every reason
to believe that he "fell asteen in Jeana."
When the weary ones we love,
Enter on their reit above.
Seem i tte earth BO poor and vast,
All our life joy overcast ?
Hush I be every murmur dumb I
It is only .< 'till Be come " *
?"GO TO GEOEGE LITTLE ? CO. FOB
fine SlDx Warp Alpaca Sacks for $6.
49-NOTICE.-THE HANDSOME MUSIC
BOX, at YON 8 AM EV S BAZAAR, No. 929 Xing
street, will be raffled on FATOBDAT A mom OOF, the
21th mat., at Four o'clock. A few chances left.
MW DANIEL BAVENEL, PRESIDENT,
AND OTHEBS, DI SECT' BS. Vi. THE PL. AMI BS
AND MECHANICS' BANE AND OTBEBS, CLAIM?
ANTS THEBEO?-IN EQUITY.-TBE PUNTEES'
AND MECBANIOS' BANK OF SO?1H CAROLINA,
CHARLESTON. JULY 21.1869 -Ibe Presid-nt and
Director* of thia Bank, in obedience to the decree in
the above cause, made by his Honor Judge CAR?
PEN TEE, on the 16th Ju'y Inf tant, do hereby cali
upon the Ptockholdera to attend a meeting at the
Bank, on THUBSDAT, the 12tu day of August, at 13 J
o'clock noon, to consider and take such ac lon as
they may choo?e upo J the report which la to be laid
Ibe Stockholders are also notifie l that if they fail
toorganiz>a meeting, the du'y will then devolve
upon the Board ol Directors to determine whether
to wini ap the said Bink or to apply to the Gover?
nor and Comptroller-General for the benefit of the
act of the Legislature of the 12th March. 1869. enti?
tled "An Act to enable the Banks of this htate to re?
new business or to place them in liquidation.
W. E. HASKELL, Cashier.
PO SM OF PBOXT.
CHARLEMOS, 8. C.,- 1869.
I hereby appoint--- lor me and
in my name, io vote on the ?hares I hold in the
Planters' an J Mechanics' Bank of Sooth Caro ina at
the meeting of the stockholders, to be held on the
12th day ef August, 1869, and at all subsequent meet?
ings of (be stockholders of said Bank, until revoca?
tion hereof. ----
49-GO TO GEORGE LITTLE & CO. FOR
fine Drab D'kte Sacka for ?4. 6 July 21
?-TAXES! TAXES ;-NOTICE IS
hereby given that the Treasurer of Colleton County
will be ready to receive tho STATE AND COUNTY
TaXES at toe following places:
Ada Vs Ban, July 26 and 27.
George's - tatton, August 5 and 6.
Green Pond Station, Auguit 18 and 19.
Beeves'Station, South Carolina Ballroad, Auguit 7.
Blakeville Station, South Carolina Railroad, Au?
Summerville 6 ta ti aa, South Carolina Railroad, Au?
gust 2 and 3.
Wal ter boro', from the 5th to the 24 th of July.
Yongee' Island, (St Paul,) July 28, 29, 31 and Au
Jackaonboro', July 80.
Tbe Treasurer wfll be found at bli office in Wal
terboro' to recMve Taxes on and after the above
named dates until August 26. After that date an ad?
dition of Twenty per Cent, will be charged on all
amounts of Taxe? unpaid before the 17th day of Oc?
tober, and after that date the Treasurer will proceed
to cillect, by dislre.a or otherwise. All real and per?
sonal property ure charged with seven and-o-h.lf
milla on the dollar for State, and three mills for
Office County Treasurer, Walterboxo", 8. C., July
s, 1869. JAMES W. GRACE,
July 91 6 Treasurer.
?OFFICE COUNTY COMMISIONERS,
FIREPROOF BUILDING, JULY. 12,1869.-FeraonB
wishing to contract for the building or a Bridge
over a creek, known as "Church Creek. " to connect
John's Island and Wadmalaw, will hand in their pro?
posals to thia office on or before the 24th inst. A
Plan and Specifications, recently prepared by Mr. L.
J. Barbot, Civil Engineer, can be seen at this office
from 10 o'clock A. M., to 2 o'clock P. M.
July 13_ll_Clerk Board C. C.
?-1HE NEATEST, THE QUICKEST AND
THE CHEAPEST.-THE NEWS JOB OFFIOE, No.
14J EAST BAY, having replenished ita Stock witb a
ne* and large assortment ot material of the finest
quality and latest style*, is prepired to execute, at
me abortest notice and in the beat manner, JOB
PRINTING of every deicrlpbon.
Call and examine the scale of prices before giving
your orders elsewhere.
MW NOIICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
an Election for TWO (2) WARDEN 3 ff the Tewn of
Monltiieville, will be held on SATUBDA: , the 24<h cf
July, at Moaltrieville, Sullivan's Island.
By order of the Council.
D. B. GI LL IL AND,
Charleston, July 13, 1869. Clerk.
July 15 tbstuthf5
?-?U il UER PERILS-HOW TO ESCaPE
TL) Eil -lt will not do to irina with the health in
hot weather. Vigor oozes through the pain at every
pore, and it is by physical vi/o- only that unbeal
tby iiifiu'nces can ne baffled and repelled. The vi?
tal elementa are evaporated iu perspiration. Intense
beat convene a man into a self-acting pump, and the
moisture that ls pumped out of bim is derived from
tbe well springs of life within bim. There is great
need, therefore, that these sources oi physical
strength should be in a condition to bear, without
dangtr or inconvenience, the extraordinary drain.
If hey arenot in such a condition, tbs individual
becomes languid and low-spirited.
The mum thing is to kesp ihc digestive apparatus
in good norktugtiiui; for if the etoaacb, the pur?
veyor ol the system, does ?-? dnty thrjoughly, tbe
liver, thc b-?el?, the brain, and the nervous sys?
tem, being duly nur'ured, will bo likely lo do tbe.rs.
In v.cw of these iact-i, it is miniiest that a poweiiul
tnd wholesome vegetable tiuic nie HOSTE I Ut RS
MOM? H BU??B> ? eauectaily required at this
onteeblin? eeasoii. Il is thc cost adaiiTible of all
corree ti vee au u in ?iso i ant?, and lor thia i-in iou it
doe not over-siimulat? Ibe t-vstem. Thc propor?
tions ol aperient, toulc aui stimulating coruoonenN
are so jud'Ci >usly g aduatrd that the r-roco-iei of in
vijoratton and pnriQcition co on simultaneously,
aud non duo excitement ts crealeJ ia tho tirculr.
tioa cr the braiu. ali nnmeaieateU ? lmulants, how
ever pure, exe te the nuise aad the n-rvous system.
Their exbi aratina effect ls teuipo-a y, and wh-n lt
passes off the physica'. and mental depression they
were employed to remove r.turus iu an aggravated
form. But this not tho case when UO'TblTtR" .
BITTERS arc tak-u as a stomachic and nervine.
The medicinal herbs, roots and gums with which
they are iugng. ated, neutralize tbe exciting princi?
ple ol the ry* spirit wbicb iorms their basis, and
which ls iu itseli the mo?t wholesome ol all the va?
rieties of alcohol 0 nae July 17
MW PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE.-A
NfcW COURSE OF LECTURE*, as delivered at tne
New Tort Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub?
jects : How to Uv> and ?Vh*t to Live for ; Youth,
Maturity and ula Ago ; Maabood generally review?
ed ; the i lause ol Indigestion ; Flatul-nce and Ner?
vous Dise nos BCCCUUtecl for ; Marrase Philosophi?
cally Consul? red &:. These lectures will be for?
warded on receipt of four stamps, by addressing :
NECRETARY BALTIMORE ilL'stUM OF ANATO.
MY. No. 74 Wc =t baltimore-*tree? Baltimore. Md.
April 19 mw.' lyr
TACHT RACE 1 TACHT RACE I
TBE STE* il EE ST. H F LENA
_ Captain E. D ELLIOTT, will leave as
?ve AI un D A Y A mm NOON, July 24 from itlantic
Wharf, ba k of th- Old Postoffl e, at 1 o'clock, ac.
companying the Yachts tome Bar and reta rn at the
conclusion of the race.
Fare, 50 cents. _1* Joly 39
THE NEW AND COMMODIOUS TACHt
M Ah Y ELLA, ls now ready and prepared
to make regular trips to points of interest
m our harbor. Will also take parit?s for
Picnics and Moonlight Excursions.
For Engagements apply to Captain COJK, oa
board at Atlantic Wharf, or to No. 103 EAST BAT.
EXCURSION?! EXCURSIONS r
THE I IN ti FAST SAILING TACHT
ELLA ANNA, the Champion of the south,
i is now ready and prepared to maka r?gulai
' trips, thus affording arf opportunit? to a ll
who mav wish to visit points of interest in oar bean .
For passage, apply to the Captain on Union Waar
EXCURSIONS AROUND TUE HARBOR,
.xv THE FINE, FAST BAILING AND COM*
?y FOBTABLI appointed Yacht KLBANOB
"WlP^1" nnu&e her trips to historie points la
m the harker, and will Laave Governmen
Wharf daily at Ten A. M.
For Paa*age apply to 1 HOM AS YOUNO,
December 18 Captain, on hoard.
FOR HEW li JKK.
REG UL AB LIFE EVERY WEDNEEDA Y.
THB SPLENDID 8IDEWHEBL
'STE/M-UP MAGVOLI>, Captrln
M. B. rnowxLL. ha vine elegant and
. ipacioita accommodations for naa
aeugers. will lea.e Vandernoiarr ?.'?ri OB WXZ>
?XSDAI Moairnto Jul; 28, lf-SS, at 9 o'clock.
July 22_HA TEN ix a "O. ?.?c?a,
NEW IvaKARO C ll A ll L K S T O iT
FOR s B W Y ORK.
CABIN PASSAGE $30.
THE RPLENMD STDE-WHFEL
! STEAMSHIP CHAMPION, LOOK
woon Commander, will sall from
. dger's south Wharf on tai sanar
July 24, at fl o'clock P. M.
MW An extra charge of $6 made for Tickets pur?
chased on board siter sailing
MW Ko Bilm of Lading signed after the steamer
MW Through Bill? Lading given for Cotton to
Borton sad Fro nd euc P. B. I.
MW I brough Bills of Lading^ ven to Liverpool.
SJT Mamie insurance by this lute >? per neat.
MW the uteara ?TH ot this Mae ar* first class in
every respect, and their Tables are tn jobed with all
the delicacies of the New York and Charleston mar?
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAME? ADGaJt A 00. Agents.
Corner Adw'a Wharf and East Bav lUp-taw.)
MW MANHATTAN to follow ?-ATUHDAT the Slat
at ll A M.
Jury 91_ S
BALTinuHE ANDUHALESTO\ STEAM?
3 HE STEAMSHIP M AB YL AND,
Captain J. V. JOHNSON, wu I sail fer
Baltimore on luv Bas AT . FTE ?KOOK,
i at 6 o'clock, Iront Pier No 1, Union
through Bills Lading signed for all classes of
Freigut to BO&TON. PHiLADhi PHI A. WlLAflNO.
TON. DEL., WASHINGTON CITY, and the NORTH?
For Freight or passage, apply to
COURTENAY A TBENHOLM.
Jaly lt_mwtbS_Union Waarraa.
run P:IILAUKU'HI.I AaoBUsius.
THE S1EAMRHTP J. W. EVER
'MANN, Captara W H. thrrso, wn
'have Nortk Atlanac Wharf, ot
_?ParrAI. 23d, at - o'clock.
For Freight apply to
JOHN A THRO. G ETTY.
July 17_ North Atlantic Wharf.
PACIFIC HAI Li' STEAMSHIP COMFY ?
THBOCQH LIN al TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AMD JAPAN.
C? Ay OS OF SAILING DATS!
STEAMERS OF THE ABO Ta
line leave Pier No. 43, North Bl vat.
foot of Canal-street, New Fork, at
13 o'clock noon, of the 1st, 11th and
Ust of every month (except when these datas tall
ea Sanday, then the Saturday preceding).
Departure of lat and ?lat connect at Panama wita
I -rteamere for Boam Padflo and Central Americas
porta. Those of lit touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of 11th of each month connecta with
the new steam line from Panama' to Australia ana
Steamship OREGONIAN leaves San Fiar.cinco for
China aod Japan Auguwt 4.1889.
No California steamers tonca st Bavaria, hat ff
direct from New Fork to AsplnwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adc?*,
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Ticke ia or further information appl'
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
foot of Caual-atreet, North Bl Ter, New Fork.
Varch 13 lyr F. B. BABY, Agent,
MW ALL PERSONS HAYING CLAIMS
against the estate of CHRISTIAN B BUNGES, lats
ol Charleston, Grocer, are hereby requested to band
In tbe same properly attested, and those who are
Indebted to Estate will make payment to
HENBY GEBD1S, Administrator
MW BOSADALIS THE GREAT BLOOD
MEDICINE, is not prepared like fluid extract* ordi?
narily ore, (most of which con tan very little of the
virtues of the articles from which they are mide,)
but is compounded upon scientific principles ?Ith
great eire by an experienced Chemist and Pharma?
ceutist, and it contains al the act ve principle J of
the articles from wbich it is prepared, in a highly
concentrated and pleasant form. The "BOSADAL
IS" Compound, therefore, gives universal satisfac?
tion to all Physicians and patients who h - ve tested
it in diseases of the Blood, Liver Sidneys or Blad?
der. It has been highly recommended and ap
pioved by thc Medical Faculty wherever it has been
introduced, anl is now being used with the most
decided success in the pra -tice of some of the most
eminent Pbys-clans in the United .-tates.
For salo by GOODRICH WIN EM AN A CO., Im?
porter? of Drugs snd Chemicals, Charleston. S. C.
43"THE NEW YORK TRIB?NE SAY8 THE
reason why PLANTATION BITTER? are so gersa
rally used is owing to the fact that they are always
made np to the original standard, and of pure mate?
rial, let tbe price be what it will. The Tribune Just
hits the nail on tbe he d; for PLANTATION BIT?
TERS aie rot only made of pure ma-eria', but the
people are told ?hat they are made of, as the recipe
is wrapped around each bottle. Don't go boma with?
out a bottle.
MAGNOLIA WATEB--cperior to 'hi best imported
German . otogne, and sold at half the prica.
,T.i v .-O tuthsS
~?Vl?S??YS~FOtt YOUNG MEN.-ON THE
Errors and Atase* incident to Youth ana Early Man?
hood, w.lh thc humine view ot treatment sud care,
??it by mail Ires of charge. Addr-n BOW ABD A9
SOClO ION. Rox P. Philadelphia, Pa.
aS-DUTCHER'S LIGHTNING FLY-KTLLE~R
Death to thc Liviog 1 Lon; live the Killers I Sold
by Dealers everywhere. Imo Jane 39
r BATCHELORS BAIR DYE.-THB3
splenxlid Hair Dye u the beat In the world; the only
true and perfect Dve; harmless, reliable, lnvtanta
Deou? ; no disappolntm -nt; no ndiculous tints; rem?
edies the ill effects of bad dves; invigorates and
leavea the bair soft and beautiful black or bro'vn.
i-old I y all DrugR??ts and Perfumera; and property
applied at Batchelor^ Wig Factory. No. - Bond
.treet. New York _ly M>y 1C
JOHN O . ALEXANDER,
NOT A ST PUBLIC AND G BN EBAL AGENT,
No. IS Bro ad-street.
RESPECT F?LLT SOUCI1B BC9IBIS8 IN AP
JCSTING ACCOUNT of Merchants and others,
and ia WRITING UP AND POSTING their BOOKS,
citt-r m part or whole, Ac. January 9