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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1046
NEWS FROM WASHINGTON.
WAeJarsQTro?, July 24.-Collector Casey from
New Orleans writes BontweU, enclosine a let
' ter from William Mc Cree ry regarding coolie
importation, god asks instructions BontweU
replies ta at Mclreery waa in error in stating
that tb? act of Fe brasr j, 1862. forbid die g Amer?
ican citizens from engaging in the coolie trade
wae abrogated. On January 16,1867?it passed
beth houses unanimously, Congress express?
ing the abhorrence of the people of the United
States itt the coolie trade. In conformity
(therewith, Secretary Mcculloch addressed a
batter to the oolleclor of customs at New Or*
ie an s, (a copy of which BontweU encloses to
-Casey.) The additional artiolejBve to the
treaty concluded on the 28th of July last, and
now awaiting tbe Chinese ratification, repro?
bates any other than voluntary emigration,
and makes it a penal offence to take Chinese
subjects from China without their free con?
sett. A circular dated January 17, 1867.
and addressed to the Ministers and Consuls of
the United States, directs that Consuls at every
port where ooolies may embark be required
to certify, after full examination, that sue a
embarkation is net forced or procured by fraud,
and requires moreover that such Ministers and
Consuls use all their power and influence to
prevent-and discourage the coolie trade. 8ach
being the facts, BontweU instructs and directs
Casey to use ail vigilance in this, aa BoutweU
terms it, "new modification of the steve
_, Bassett, the negro Minister to Hayti, gives a
gloomy account of the want of war vessels to
protect American interests. Sainare is at the
head of the army in the So a tn, but the revo?
lution in the North is not even o becked. One
dollar io gold is worth seven hundred in cur?
Sumner writes approvingly of the present
Cuban policy, and urges its continuance.
THE BRITISH BOOSE OF COBDZOSS-OOirXUCZD
DIB ?TE OH THU CHUSOS BTU.-TUX OOXTBO
msH AMssjatxsm or THE LOBOS SOOXFTEX? BT
THE coax OHS.
LONDON, Joly 23.-There was a full at (en?
os nc s of members and spectators in the Bouse
of Commons this evening. Wnen Mr. Glad?
stone arose to speak he .was greeted with great
cheering. Under a heavy-sense of the respon?
sibility, but with profound satisfaction, he
moved that the House agree to the amend?
ments inserted yesterday without exception or
lodbrration. He called attention to the exci?
sion from the preamble ot the words, specify?
ing the appropriation of the surplus, but as the
point was better indicated in the bill, he thought
it would be invidious and unnecessary to
require a theoretical and sb3tracc declara
" ti on in the preamble. The reinsertion of
the date of 1871 waa not a token of victory, but
an indication of the Joint and harmonious
working of the Houses. He reviewed the otner
amendments wbiob had been met with objec?
tions, and said the substance of the govern?
ment proposals bad remained virtually unal?
tered. He asked the House to discard every
word that might have been uttered tending to
embitter tba question, and he apologized for
any warmth of feeling he might have shown.
He congratulated, the House on the satisfactory
settlement which had been arrived at, and
praised the ability and moderation with whkh
debates have been conducted by Bari Granville
and Bord Cairn es. He hoped the diseetablish
ei Church would develo pe in her qualities by
which her great career would be marked out
for her, and that God would speed her on ber
Sir Bounden Palmer, member for Bichmond,
approved the course which had be? taken. Ic
waa honorable and fair to both sides. The
point agreed upon waa one which all must ac?
cept. In ease of au adverse decision we must
bow to the superior1 force of those who control
events, and when that time comes it ia folly to
refuse to see and acknowledge tbe fact. He
thought the compromise waa substantially a
cqheeeaion to the church, and a settlement ar?
rived at whieh was satisfactory and statesman?
like. ~ ...
He concluded bis speech with a compliment
to Mr. Gladstone on the tone and temper of
Bight Hon. Mr. Disraeli said that when the
difference between the Houses was only s mat?
ter of detail, he felt that delay in the settle?
ment was only a doubtful advantage, sud ?
might result io disasters and difficulties of no
inconsiderable kind. Compromise waa not un?
The most essential points in the amend?
ments bad been assented to, and be thought
the House and the country would deem the
compromise fair and just. Ha hoped thal the
present would be the last occasion when voht .
ioal eire am stan oe would be dealt with by ao
stract principles. We had been on the eve of
a collision, occasioned by a mw understanding
between the two Houses, at a time when each
had deported itself in a manner to show the
possession of the confidence and satisfaction of
the country. Surely aU would bail with satis?
faction and ratify with pleasure.
After the conclusion of Mr. Disraeli's speech,'
the amendments were agreed to without divi?
sion. The result was received with great
mSTOBT OF THE COMPROMIS E.
The compromise was the result of fear on
abc part ot the Peers of the consequences
threatened by a collision ot the two Houses of
Parliament. Last night the Tory Lords held a
large meeting at a private residence, and re?
solved to repudiate the Marquis of Sa:ihbury,
and put themselves auder tbe leadership of
Lard Cairns, and the latter was authorized to
malu peace with the ministry,nod express tte
willingness of the Peers to yield. To-day
Cairns sought an interview with Earl Granville
and gave in the submission of the Peers,
when upon the Cabinet agreed to the compro*
.mise an no un oed to-nigbt. The prompt and
lpod expression of popular indignation terri?
fied the Lords, and thus bas been postponed
for a while the threatened agitation.
manes PC LITIOS.
PATHS, Julv tl.-The Irreconcilables met yes?
terday. Thiers, assuming the leadershio, sub?
mitted a draft of an address to the sleeters of !
Aranon. The address was rejioted. The
ftrenob Assembly r?assembles in 0 ito ber, but
' tba Senate will remain in session during the
month of August, to consider the constitutional
?bangos. The Senats expects a message from '
tara Emperor shortly, and the ministry is busy ?
drafting new laws, which the Bmperor desires ?
wJU be more h bera! than indicated in the last
message. Prince Napoleon intends addressing j
the Senat eon the proposed reform, whiob be i
Tda aa hardly full enough,
e Viceroy of Egypt departed suddenly j
hom shard, lt is rumored that his rupture i
wia?r the Grand Turk is the cause of his sudden i
MAB. nAL LAW ? SPAHI j
MAOXCB, Joly SA?-There is much Carlist ex- t
ci temen:, and many arrests have been made.
The government hesitates whether to meet the
difficulty by civil means or by tue deciarttiion
of martial law.
MADRID, July 25. -The Spanish Government
bas declared martial law.
THE PEABODY STATUE.
LONDON, July 24.-The Prince of Wales un
veiled the Peabody statue with imposing c?r??
H AV AH A, July ?M.-De Rodas baa issued strin?
gent orden regarding tho collection nf cus?
The British authorities at Jamaica condemn
ed the ?argo of the Grapeshot for violation of
Tte Spanish explanation of the execution of
one of the Grapeshot's crew satisfies Admiral
Jordan is between here and Bay arno, and bas
been reinforced. Several heavy skirmishes
have taken place, but no details are furnished.
Jordan was not wounded.
HAVANA, July 25.-The rebels have burned
the railroad and bridge near Puerto Principe.
FIRE IE WULXINOTOV.
WILMINGTON, N. C., July 24.-At half-past 9 j
-o'clock to- nlgtt a fire broke ont in the large;
spirit manufactory of Strauss <fc Bice. The en?
tire stock, machinery, Ac, was destroyed.
Loss $?5,000, which was covered by $9500 in?
surance in the Atlantic, of Baltimore, Liver?
pool, London, and Globe and other insurance
companies. The fire was. accidental.
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
The Cuban filibusters in New Tork, mostly
Irishmen and Confederates, paid ten dollars
fine and were discharged.
The shore end of the French cable has been
landed at Denbury, Massachusetts, and the
entire line is m good order.
Tbs crop reports from Southern Georgia and
Florida are very cheering. Nam ero us speci?
mens of the new crop have been re reived at
T. F. Joues, a wealthy citizen of Liberty j
Mills, Md., dropped dead in a saloon nt tho j
Wbite Sulphur Springs, Ya., on Friday night.
Canse, heart disease.
Imported ci erara must be stamped an J can?
celled by a s worn officer of Customs, under the
control of the Collector, and for which labor the
importer must pay tweuty cesta per thousand.
The Con gr e a ai ou al Committee of Ways and
Means depart Eastward from San Francisco on
Monday. Senator Hendricks was enthusiasti?
cally received by the Democrats, and sere?
BLOODY WORK IE BARNWELL.
Two Hex? Killed ita a Political Affray
Another Mortally WeaaOed-Vonr ar
FIT? Stabbed S erl on ?ly- Wh*t lt Costa
to Call a Maa a > cala wag.
A serious and bloody riot occurred in Barn?
well County on Thursday last, growing ont ol j
the election for township officials, held on that !
day. The scene of the affair was at a place
near the banks of tbe Savannah River, known
as the Upper Three Buns, distant about twen?
ty-fire miles from Augusta, The following ire
the main facta, as given in the Augusta Chron?
icle and Sentine
The township waa of course inhabited by two
parties, Radicals and Democrats, and each fac?
tion had its candid ?tea in the field. The prin?
cipal officer to bs elected was a township clerk,
and for this position the D?mocrate were run?
ning a very respectable gentleman named John
8. Green, while tbe candidate of tbe negroes
was a man named Pickena Woodward, the son
of a well-to-do merchant, who, we understand,
had always stood well in the county, bnt who.
being very popular with tb? negroes. Buffered
his name to be used on the Radical ticket. The
election took place on Thursday morning, and
was held at Nat. Greene's atore. 0/ coarse, as
the negroes bad a large numerical majority,
they carried the township and elected their
candidato, while Greene was defeated. There
were present at the election, besides other
white men, the Democratic candidate, John
Greene, his son. Frank Greene, his son-in-law,
John Holland, James Tyler, Wyatt Tyler, and
three or four others of the same name. Pic sena
Woodward, the Radical candidate, A. P. Wood?
ward, hie brocher, and W. J. Woodward, his
HOW THE WOT COMMENCED.
After the election was over, and it was known
what party bad been snocdssiul, a crowd ol the
white men were standiug around tue store dis?
cussing it, in wbich crowd were the parties
above mention. At length one of tbe Ty lei s,
an ardent Democrat, remarked, that while he
hate.? very badly his party's being defeated by
the negroes, still be attached no blame to tbe
latter for what they bad done, bnt the m m he
did blame were the "d-d white scalawags
who ran on tho negto ticket." At thu remark
A. P. Woodward stepped np o the speaker and
said that his brother's name was on that ticket;
that he was no scalawag, and Tyler must with?
draw the offensive epithet. The latter declined
to make (he required retraction aud an alter?
cation between the parties ensued, while their
respective friends gathered around.
THE MELEE COMMENCES.
While the quarrel was progressing botween
Tyler and A.P. Woodward, but before blows
had passed, the Radical candidate stepped
into the crowd with a drawn te volver in bis
band to tase his brother's part. As soon as
this was observed, John Greene, tbe D.mo
eratic candidate, fell upon Wood .-."id and
knocked the pistol from bis band. Almost at
the same instant A. p. Woodward turned from
Trier, drew bis revolver and shot John Greene,
killing bim almost instantly. Here John Hol?
land drew his pistol io defend his father-in
law, bnt before he coaid fire, Woodward shot
him, inflicting a mortal wound.
A SCENE OF CABNAGE.
The melee here became general, and it is im?
possible to give any detailed description. The
negroes retreated from the precinct, as soon as
the firing commenced, aud lue field waa lett to
the Tylers, Hollauiis. Greenes and Wood war de.
As fast as the combatants emptied their ws
tols, tho useless weapons were thrown aside
and the knife was drawn and tree y used by
both parties, tye learn that as Johu Mol?an i
lay dying ou the ground, with the balls whist?
ling around bim, and the parties deiling mur?
derous stabs over him, be managed to COCK
sod aim bia revolver, aol soot A. P. Wood
wood twice, one of the balls penetrating his
back, the other taking effect in hu kidue.vs.
the latter wound, it is believed, being mortal.
Frank Greene was also shit aud severely
wounded and blabbed with akjife. J*mos Ty?
ler, Wyatt Tylor and two vt turee ot uer?, were
badly subbed, but none of their wounds will
prove mortal. Tiius olosed this terrible com
bat, in whioh one mau was k?ied outrigur, two
others mor ally wounded (one of whom nas
since died,) in which every mau eng J te a was,
we believe, more or less seriously wounded,
and which will carry mourning aod desolation
into so many families.
On yesterday morning, at an early hov. a
messenger c me np from the soene of slaugh?
ter to this city for tbs purpose of procuring a
Boffin tor Mr. Greene. Liv er in the day anoth?
er messenger came for another corri.i-this
one tor Mx. Holland. We snupose tbe uextone
ordered will be for Ur. A. P. Woodward, who,
we learn, was not expected to lire. AU of ibe
parties in this tra rie oconxrenee were, we un?
derstand, men bigbly houorub e and of un?
doubted social position. A. P. Woodward is
weil k IOWU m this oity, having been living
here for two or three years, olerking for the
bouse of W. B. Royal, corner of Broad and
Centre streets, ana had gone home for a few
3a} s on a visit to his family. He is a mm of
?ood character and a capital shot with a pistol,
having frequently in his employer's store,
shot ott the he id ct a rat at twenty pacoa with
a Coifs revolver.
THE AWARD OF THE BLUE RIDGE
What tbe Executive Committee Hare to
r-ay on tile Subject.
TO 1 HE EDITOR OP THE S EWS.
lu THE DALLY NEWS of tbe 17th instant ap?
peared a letter from Columbia, containing what
pu -ported to be a statement derived from
"first rate sources,* of tbe circumstances at?
tending the recent letting of the work on the
Eine Ridge Railroad, and also of the amounts
of tbe various proDosals, and tbe puces at
which eriswell ft Co. obtained the award of
Tbe writer, ''Lux," bas Callen into a few errors
of fact and figures, and tbat the public may
be fully informed upon the matter, the follow?
ing corrections of his statements are made
from the official records of the proceedings of
the Executive Committee:
The lowest bid received under the advertise?
ment was $7 252 099 M; the highest ?0,166,
056 94. The other bids were intermediate be?
tween these extremes-that of eriswell ft Co.
being $9,GOO 527 4?. The Executive Commit?
tee having decided to reject all these propo?
sals under tbe terms of the advertisement, all
the bidders were invited to a conference wi tb
the committee, and were advised of the action
taken upon the bids, and made acquainted
with the reasons therefor.
At this conference were present all tbe bid?
ders save one. All were permitted to snbmit
new proposals upon the nev basis laid down
by the committee. Under this arrangement four
proposals were received and considered by the
committee, of which the highest amounted to
$9 883,426 -63, and the lowest to 48 707.651 61.
The party who made the proposai nuder the
advertisement or $7 590,000 in which "Lux"
seems to take a peculiar interest, now put his
proposal at $9 000 OOO.
Some advantages were offered in the details
ofthenegotiaii'msby tbe highest bidders, (eris?
well ft Co.,) which led the committee to pursue
negotiations with them; an t the proposition
having been submitted to them that thor
should reduce their bid below the lowest, viz..
to $8,700.000, and they having acceded to this,
tbe company still having the benefit of the ad?
vantages of detail heretofore mentioned, the
award was made to them as the lowest and
That thore is room for honest difference
of opinion as to the expediency of the
policy punned by the committee in the
rejection of all the original proposals, is
not denied. It is also possible tbat they
erred in preferring tbe proposal of M eas rs
eriswell ft Co., as more advintageons to the
company than those of the other bidders.
The committee, however, feel that they can
abundantly jusiify the soundness of their
judgment on those points to the Board of Di?
rectors, and to the public.
Bat the point now made is tbat the letting
was perfectly fair and open, conduoted accord?
ing to usage, and tbat the committee not only
had the, right, bnt it was then: duty, to con?
sider all collateral advantages offered to the
company by the bidders, as well as tbe prices
affixed to the different items of work.
The work was finally awarded to eriswell ft
Co. at $8 700,000. or #7651 61 below the low?
est bid from other parties, and the commit?
tee fail to see that in making that award they
have betrayed the trust reposed in them.
The statement of ' Lui" "that there was
other bi is aa responsible iu every way at
$8,000,000 and less, but the $9.000,000 bid was
accepted, is wholly erroneous.
Under the caption of "the price of the
work," "Lux" gives the prices of eriswell'*
bid as compared with other proposals. He
does not say in so many words that tam are
the pnces at which tho work waa awarded,
bnt he certainly would have the public in'er
that these are tbe prices.
Now these prices coincido nearly with those
of Criewen ft Co. 'a first bid, bnt this bid was
rejected with all others, as bas been herein?
before stated, and the work was awarded to
them at a reduction in total amount of $900,000
below that first proposed, and of course at a
corresponding reduction in prices for materials
and work. The Executive Committee have
accepted the bid that they believe (o be the
most judicious and advantageous to the com?
pany, if earned out m Rood faith by the cont?
If wrong, or error has been committed, let
the responsibility rast on tho members of the
committee present. The undersigned will
bear their part. J. W. H ORISON,
President and ei-o?cio member of Executive
GEO. 8. CAMERON,
Director and member of Executive Committee.
MORE RADICAL RASCAL ITT.
A KalLroad King in Florida-How lu
Operations were < ondueted- % Bois! ttx>
d!i nt- Mutilai lou of the Act-A Nice
It is openly stated in Florida that one Gene?
ral Littlefield, late of the Federal army, io the
party who mutilated the Railroad bill, or caus?
ed it to bi done. The same individual is Batd
to have been presented by a North Carolina
grand jury for perjury, ibo Quiiman Banner
has Borne remarks showing tho extended sys
tem of unblushing rascality that prevails in
the Executive and Legislative departments of
our s ister State. It says :
Tbe rascality of officuls in Florida is unpar?
alleled. A number of Yaukoo adventurers,
with headquarters at Jacksonville, h < ve formed
a "ring" tor the robbery of tho State on a
mammoth scale. Recen, ly they couceived the
i .'ea ot procuring uu appropriation of three
millions or moro of Slate bonds for the ostensi?
ble construction of a railroid from the Chat?
tahoochee River to the waters of Esc mbiaB.tv;
and it is said the Governor was paid eight thou?
sand dollars to induce bim to convene an ex ra
session ot the Legislature, so that a bill mtgut
be iii traduced and passed, making the required
appropiiitioo. Upon the assembling o. the
L gtsluluro. the 'Tins" proceeded to the work
ot bribing the members in tbe most scientific
sud unblushing wanner. Nen York dra.ts
svero d.siribuicd web <i lavish band, arid tho
recipients boldly offered them for sale on thu
streets of Tallahassee. When the pockets of
the " truly loti" legislators wore bofltaenliy
filled, tbe necessary bill was passed nnil
promptly approved by the Governor.
Some of ns provisions, however, were ob?
noxious to the ' nug," and to remedy the evil,
the most outrageous fraud ever committed was
re-sorted to. Previous to the pub icu iou of tho
law, tbe "ring" eau ed the officials of that
State-by what mema is btBt known to them -
to mutilate, actually erase such clauses as ?ere
objcct.onaole clauses that, in a measure, in?
terfered with the high-handed robbery of the
people. This fraud, of com se. was promptly
discovered and at the instance of two promi?
nent citizens of Tallahassee, an injune.ion was :
served upon the Governor, restraining him
from the issuing of the suiboru!3d bends.
This transaction is but .motber evidence of i
the baseness of heart and reek!ess luaifforen .*e
to all pnnoiples ot honor influencing ac ven i
tiners who come South to fatten upon the
resources of the people. La there no law to ;
punish, no hand io strike dowD the scheming
rognes w o thus pollute and disgrace the i
State and steal the substance nf sn unpr >- i
tected people? The thieving 'Ting" id cer?
tainly deserving o, censure but it is against :
the officials of the 8'ate. tho Governor, his
subo di ates and .ho Legislature, that tbe ana?
themas of the people should be hurled.
-The Gentleman's Magazine will soon con?
tain a ttie from thc pen of Charles Dickeue, Jr.
-1 he latest sensation of New York is the
elopement of Miss Kate Taylor, of Madison
Avenue, an acknowledged belle, and heiress of
an immense fortnne, with Mr. Henry Howland.
--Ex-President Millard Fillmore and Mr.
Tharlow Weed met the other day in Saratoga,
and renewed an acquaintance which had been
interrupted by political differences for many
-Mr. Raymond, of the New York Times, it
seems, died intestate, leaving behind him an
estate amounting *. the comfortable sum of
$450,000. It was the result of a life of assidu?
ous application and labor, euch as few men
have gone through.
-Horace Qreeley made a very narrow es?
cape from serious injury and perhtps death on
Thursday, at Long Br?nch. While out car?
riage riding the horses took fright and ran
away, throwing Mr. Greeley out. He fortu?
nately escaped with a few slight bruises.
-Mr. Samuel Burke, a South Carolin ian of
wealth previous to the war, died in Newark,
New Jersey, on Monday, tn the 581 h year of j
his age. He was at one time a prominent offi?
cer of the Grand Lodge of Sooth Carolina, and
was buried with Masonic honors, several of
the Newark Lodges attending bis funeral.
-Wade Bolton, of Memphis, who was shot
by Dr. Dickens in that city a few days ago,
died on Friday. Before dying he made a will
bequeathing one hundred thousand dollars to
charitable purposes, including ten thousand
dollars to Mrs. Stonewall Jackson, and fifty
acruB of land to each of his former slaves.
-It makes Queen Victoria sea-sick to hold a I
levee. The London Medical Times and Ga- J
^ette says: "We are not revealing medical se?
crets, but simply stating what is well known to
all ber Majesty's inner circle, that the presence
of a crowd, or the succession of persons who j
are presented at court, produces on her ner?
vous system the giaVdmoss and other symptoms
comm m to landsmen at sea."
-A remarkable story is told about tbe fatc
of the Russian peasant who a few years ago
saved the Osar from assassination. For his
conduct he was elevated to the nobility, and
received an enormous fortune with all possible
honors. But he could not endure the dazzling
glory of his new life, and so he took to drink,
became a sot, and has Just hung himself. By
saving the Czar's life, Komissarron lost his
-When the Princes Metternich was about
leaving Paris the other day, she submitted to
her husband a dressmaker's bill for 112,000
francs. He paid ii Then she brought out a
m ll in er's bill for 2250 francs. "My dear,'1
aa d the Prince, as he opened his purse again,
"I bavenotioed that io proportion as your bon?
nets diminish in size the prit? of them in?
creases. One of these mornings we sh?ll have
the millner bringing nothing but the bill.''
-The great ecclesiastical trial in Chicago
bu commenced. Bev. Mr. Chiney is being
tried before an Episcopal board for alleged un?
authorized omissions-mainly of the word "re?
generate"-in the baptismal rites of the
Church. Mr. Cheney is rector of i Christ Epis?
copal Chnrcb, in Chicago. The proceedings
of the trial on Thursday were interrupted by
tue serving of a writ, issued by the Supreme |
Court, ordering a stay of proceedings. The
sheriff was louily cheered wLen he served the
writ, and the court, amid acme confusion, ad?
journed until Friday, on which day Bishop
Whitehouse postponed the trial until the 29th
-At a dinner party given by Queen Victoria
to the Viceroy of Egypt, her Majesty's private
band played, among other selections, Beetho?
ven's Chorus of Dervishes and Turkish march
entitled "The Bain of Athens," which was in?
tended as a delicate compliment to Mohamme?
dan prejudioes, but which is said not to have
been at all relished by Ismail Pasha, who is at
daggers drawn with the Grand Turk, and
who consequently propitiates the Greeks. The
Greek and Buss ian Ministers, who were
present, smiled daring the performance of
this political air, and looked knowingly at
Ismail Pasha, who frowned upon the innocent
-The Security Insurance Company of New
York has 1 st 163 000 by a defalcation on the
part KJ Mr. Frank W. Ballard, who has been ils
secretary since November, 1366. The discovery
was made two days ago, and Mr. Ballard was
promptly dismissed. Heretofore be bas al?
ways held a high position among insurance
men, having filled the position of secretary In
both the New York Board of Fire Underwriters
and : be National Board. The defalcation was
managed in the most ingenious manner, and
could have been accomplished only by an ex?
pert bookkeeper. Tho company usually has
a surplus of about $200.000, part of which is
used to make call loane. Tbe company never
charges moro than seven per cent., and re?
?oives only government bonds as collateral
security. These collaterals were used by Mr.
Ballard for purposes ot speculation. Mr. Bal?
lard, it may be added, is a prominent member
of the Young Men's Christian Association, and
was in attendance at their International Con?
vention at Portland last week, when he was
elected one of their officers to serve during the
year. _ _ _
REV. JAMES H. VI'URE RT, D. D.
We copy from the Bicbmond (Va.) Beligiou*
Herald thc tallowing, in reference to this dis?
tinguished divine, who has been laboring in
Augusta, Ga., for the last five or six years,
havintr accepted the oallofth: First Baptist
Church of Washington, D. C. :
being in Augusta, Ga., on the fourth Sab?
bath of last month, 1 w<ut to tic Uroenc
street Church, to hoar the valedictory of Dr.
Cuthbert, the theme selected for the occa?
sion was, "Tue full assurance of faith." The
suhstauciof the disc mrse was that no Cbns
tiou cou d uttalfTth i full m msiire of holiness,
and happiness, and in fu ness to which tho
Goxpjl invited him without it.
What will not Washington hare to answer
for? We have felt its crushing, dishouoraole
legislation; now, she must drag our ministers
from our adare! The people here suy, "They
need Dr Cathbcrt m ?i e maa we do. Was i
iugtoii is a bad placj." Well will those emis
sanes of evil, that afflict ?md corrupt the peo?
ple, go to hear him? He will not "prophesy
unto thom smooth things," though he will tell
them terrible things in a tend'* woy. and carn
ejsily.beseech thom "tosoek those that make
REF. DH. HICKS IN GRE E.WILL E.
The Greenville Euteipnso of tho 21 it inst.
BEV. Da. W. W. HICKS.- This distinguished
munster has favored our city with a visit, and
last buuday preached, tu his very eloquent
manner, two sermons. In the morning he oc?
cupied the Presbyterian Church, in the
evening the Baptist. Both were filled with
deeply at tout ve listeners Ha also attended
the Sunday School meeting of the Presbyte?
rian Churo >, and the Meiuodist and Baptist,
which ali uuited tor tbe occasion at the Baptist
Church, io hear an address from him. IL was
an excellent one, au i very appropriate. Dr.
Hicks is a very gifted man indeed, and we are
not surprised at the gie it un Tension m ide by
hts preaching upon tuecuy cjogregation. Dr.
H.cki lectures tnis ?yening before the Literary
Cuib IL the Courthouse.
AFFAIRS IN THU STATU.
Kerahaw, Richland ?nd Orangeburg.
From these counties we have reports that
several refreshing showers have cheered the
drooping corn and the fanners' spirits, during
the past week.
The Cheraw Democrat says : "The six weeks
drought may bo said to be over. Yesterday
we bad quite a pleasant shower, falling gently
and steaddy for some time. Though there
was not as much rain as we would like to have,
it will be of immense service. A great deal of
the corn is past recovery; bnt the young crop
trill be benefitted and the cotton saved in a
Hugh Craig, Jr., for many years the oopular
and efficient clerk of the court for Ches ter field,
died last week.
The Times says : 'The past week bas been
but a repetition of the week before, the ther?
mometer seldom ranging lower thai 90 de?
grees, and frequently several notches beyond.
We bave had several attempts to rain, which
have been generally ineffectual. On Tuesday
we received a grateful shower-the best we
have had for* month past-wbicb, although
not profuse enough, has tended to cool the at?
mosphere, and will doubtless do something
towards resuscitating such vegetation aa may
not be beyond hope. From present appear?
ances, we hope for a repetition of showers."
The Lasrensville Herald says: "Since our
last issue, splendid showers have blessed
varions sections of the district-our own
particularly. The crops are reviving and
looking bu >yant. In many places they were
suffern'g badly and wera seno us ly injured by
the drouth. We hope by this, every nook and
corner of the land has been made to put ou a
smiling look by visitations of generous show?
The same paper says: "In the fall of 1867,
Bob Yoong (negro) shot and killed, at Clin?
ton, in tbis county, a negro by the name of
George Dial. It was a most unprovoked and
fiendish murder. Bob Young was a great Radi?
cal light and orator. He made bis escape, and
sometime this year was arrested and commit?
ted to the jail ot Cabanas County, N. C. Ic is
rumored here tbat Y mn g is no wat large-that
Governor Holden informed thr Governor of
'our sute' and oar people-to wit. R. K. Scott
-and Governor Scott de lined to make a r??
quisition for Young, an i therefore, the murde?
rer is turned loose on the good people of tbe
Old North State. Can these things be true?" >
The Yorkv?le Enquirer says : "Another week
has passed away without bringing those re?
freshing rains which the suffering crops need
BO much. A lew light showers bave rallen in
vari <ua parts of the county, but none, so lar
as we have been able to learn, heavy enough
to lay the dust. Anxiety about the crops is
beginning to prevail extensively. Tbe corn
crop has certainly been a good deal shortened
by the drought. Cotton has not yet been in?
jured to any great extent, and looks as if it
might stand it awhile longer. Gardens and
track patches are pretty thoroughly used np.
The weather is intensely hot, with a preva?
lence of warm, dry winds, which are anything
The same paper has the following : "Those of
onr readers who think the addition of seventy
five per sent, to then- assessment, under or?
ders from tbe Board of Equalisation, unjust,
have a remedy, if they choose to use it. Ap?
plications made to the State snditor, through
the County Auditor, will be received, and if the
applicant can make it appear to the satisfac?
tion of these officers that hi ? property was re?
turned at its full value, the additional assess?
ment will be taken off. Bat unless this condi?
tion is shown te exist, it will of course be use?
less to apply to Columbia for a release from
the seventy-five per cent, increase of valuation.
Parties bore bave tried this plan and have suc?
ceeded iu getting off, with various degrees of
success. Some had all their additional tax re?
moved, and others part of it, each case being
decided on its own supposed menta."
Tbe Journal says : "The aspect of things in
tbs way of corn and cotton is distressing in?
deed. The corn is scorched np, and even
with most favorable seasons in future, will not
re ach half a crop. The cotton is casting off
its forms by the thousand, and the yield will
be far below the average."
The Sentinel says : "We reported the fact
last week of the homicide of a negro man near
this place, whose name we have learned was
Blake Col y. we also stated that his wife was
at the same time shot down and dangerously
wounded. The report of ber havii? been shot
was true; but not so the fact of her dangerous
condition, as she is now again going about.
An inquest was hald on Thursday last over the
dead body at Coloy's house, and six white and
six colored men composed tbe Jury-magis?
trate Graham acting as coroner. The evidence
of the wounded won? m and of her son, a lad
some thirteen years of age, charged four white
man of the vicinity with having committed
the deed. The friends of the accused brought
forward evidence to prove ahbie. On the last
and final sitting of the jury-the acting coro?
ner having adjourned from day to day-the
jory failed to agree apon a verdict. 1 he coro?
ner drew np a report to that effect, which was
signed' by the six white jurors. The colored
jurors refused to sign the report, and the jury
were accordingly discharged. The colored
people, although much excited by the homi?
cide, have behaved iu a very quiet and orderly
way. There is a mystery banging over the
whole proceeding, and it mast be remarked
that there was much discrepancy between the
evidence of Coley's wife and that of her son.
The whole affair is a most lamentable occur?
rence, and so far unaccountable."
Tbe Banner says : "Abbeville District has
never boen more exempt from sickness than
during the present summer. The doctors pro?
nounce the country alarmingly healthy. The
continued drought his greatly damaged tho
early corn. Recen, showers, though very par?
tial, inspire some hope that the crop will not
prove a total failure. Oar gardens have been
almost totally destroyed. The cotton crop is
very small. The production mu-t necessarily
be light Pnces must rule high in the fall.
Dealers seem to understand the matter. A
gent oman informed us that be had been offer?
ed twenty-five cents a pound for the whole of
his incoming crop."
The BJ nner gives the folio wi og account of a
circumstance which occurred at Abbeville
Court Bonsai, which has been magnified and
distorted bv Huge and other Ridicala in the
h >pe of injuring the people of the county :
"Ou Saturday last, abour a doz JU young mon
who had been arrested under a warrant issued
by Guffin as a magistrate, came to this village
in obedience to a summons to make their ap
pearanae at court. OJ their anivai they as?
certained that no court was in session, and
that G flin bad no riirht to iasuo tho warrant
for their arrest. They acording'y demanded
and received their bonds. While in thc vjciu
ity of Guffin'd office a negro acted very inso
1 ?nth towards ono of tho yoong men. who be
cime so exasperated that bc tbroatened to
shoot tho fellow. This led to the assembling
of a good many negroes, with tho constabu?
lary force. Excitement ran very high, and,
lor a time, a collidion seemed inevitable. Out
ibo Kev. Ocavius orcher for whom thc young
men referred to cherished a profound regard
interpose! very opportunely, and prevailed
upon them to refrain ft om any acts of violence
and to return home."
yyiLLis ct CHisuitA,
FACTORS, COillllSSION MERCHANTS
SHIPPING J GENTS,
gai. ATTEND TO THE P?BOBASE. SALE AMI
SHIPMENT ito Poreiim tua Domestic Portei of
COTTON, RICE, i,cV (. Kit \ND NAVAL HTOKEf
a r La S HO WHARF, Charleston,o.
R. W IU LS.A. H. ?HISOLM
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
So. sua Warren-otreet.
PtBSO^AL ATTENTION OIVfiN TO THU l-CB
CBASE ot all kinda oi MtBCH-NMSE. Boots.
Shoe?. Hats, Ca., g and Truss*, and straw Goods ?
Conaignaaenta of all kinds of Staple Articles on?
general Proouce solicited.
Prompt return? gua-auteed.
Late Of Ohad'atoo. 8. 0.
mi-Westly Price 8 orren ta lent free bj post.
January 2t fi*0 fimos
MW SOUTHERN BRANCH OF THE EQUI?
TABLE LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY, No. 141
MEETING-STREET.-During my ibsence from the
city, my office will be in charge of Mr. THOMAS H
CHOFI, wbo wlD attend to all trastees* connected
with the General Agency. WM. B. SHAW,
jolj 26 6*_General Agent.
ns- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMER SEA
GULL, from Bal timare, are hereby notified that the
is THIS DAT discharging cargo at Pier No. 1. Union
Wharves. AU goods not taken away at sunset will
remain on the wharf at consignees' riak.
MORDECAI A CO.,
MW CONSIGNEES PER BRIG HAMPDEN
are hereby notified that she is THU DAT discharging
Cargo at Ad per'e North Wharf. All poods not oalled
for before sunset will be stored at their risk and
expense. No claims allowed after Goods leave the
wharf. WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
July J?_' _1_
~MW CONSIGNEES' NOTICE-MER?
CHANT*' LINS.-Consignees per schooner 1IYRO
VEB are hereby notified that she is THU DAT dis?
charging cargo at Adger*s Kor b Wharf. All goods
not called for before suniet will be stored at their
riskaod expense. No claims allowed after goods
leave the wharf. WILLIAM RO ACH ft CO.
S3" LOOK HERE A MINUIE.-IF YOU
want a smooth, white and beau ti i ul skin, resembling
alabaster, yon should stop using poisonous tobet
powders, and give MILK OF VIOLE ts a trial. The
effect of tts use, especially during hot weather, ls
wond TI ally pleasing. Sold by druggists and fancy
goods dealers._1_Joly 36
MW "FRESH AS A MAIDEN'S BLUSH"
Ie the pare peachy Complexion which follows the
use of HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA BILM. It is the
Trae Secret of Beamy. Fashionable Ladles in So?
ciety understand this.
The MAGNOLIA BALM changea the rna ti: Coun?
try Girl into a City Belle more rapidly than aay other
Hedores, Sunburn Tan, Freckles, Blotches and all
effects of the Summer Sun disapnear when it ls axed,
and a genial, cultivated, fresa expression is obtained,
wbioh riralo the Bloom of Tontta. Beauty Is possi?
ble to all who will Invest seventy-five cents at any
respectable store and insist on getting the af AO NO?
UA BAL ?.
Use nothing but Lyon's KsUialron to dresatbe
Hair. nae mwnmo July 26
49-GO TO GEORGE LITTLE & CO. FOB
fine Silk Warp Alpaca backs far $6.
MW TA X E S I TAXE8I-N0TI0E IS
herebv given that the Treasurer of Colleton County
will be ready to receive the 8TATE AND COU S TY
TsXE? at the tollo iring pisces:
Adan's Bun, July 26 and 27.
George's -tatton, August 6 ind 6.
Green Fond Station, August 18 and 19.
Beeves'Station, South Carolina Railroad. August 7.
Kidgevllle Station, South Carolina Railroad, Au?
Summerville Station, South Carolina Railroad, Au*
Walterboro', from the 5tb to the 24th of July.
Yonge?' leland, /St. Paul,} July 28, 29, 31 and Au?
Jicksonboro', July 80.
Tb? Treasurer wi? be found at his office ia Wal?
terboro' to receive Taxes on and after the above
named date J until August 26. After that date an ad?
dition of Twenty per Cent, will be charged on all
amounts of Taxes unpaid bel jr? tbe 17th day of Oc?
tober, and after that date the Treasurer will pro .-red
to olle ct, by dis tress or otherwise. All real and per?
sonal property are charged with seven aiid-a-bJf
mills on th? dollar for State, and three mills for
Office Couoty Treasurer, Walterboro', 8. C., .>*?
6,1869. JAMES W. GB ACE,
July 21_6_Treai-ur er.
MWTBX NEATEST, THE QUICKEST AND
THE CHEAPEST.-Tax Nxwa JOB OFFI0B, No.
149 EAST BAT, having replenished its Stock with a
ne* and large assortment ?r material of the finest
quality aa? latest styles, ls prepared lo execute, at
tba ahorteat nobe? and In the best mannsr, JOB
PB IN TING of ?ve>y desert p?o a.
Call and wine the scale of prices before firing
your orders elsewhere.
49-G0 TO GEORGE LITTLE & CO. FOR
fine Drab D'Et? Sacks for $4._0 July 21
MW ESSAYS FOB YOUNG MEN.-ON THE
Errors and Abuses IDO!dent to Youth and Early Man?
hood, with the humane view or treatment and care,
sent by mail free of charge. Address HOW ABD AS?
SOCIATION. Box P. Philadelphia, Pa.
MW BATCHELOR'8 HAIR D YE v-THIS
splendid Hair Dye is the best In the world; the only
true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable, instanta?
neous; no disappointment; no ridiculous tinU; rem?
edies the ill effects ot bad dyes; invigorates and
leaves the bair soft and beautiful black or brown.
?old 1 y all Druggists and Perfumers; and properly
applied at Batchelors Wig Factory, No. - Bond
street. New fork. tyr Hay 16
ayDUrCHER'8 LIGHTNING FLY-KILLEB
Death to the Lirlog ! Long Ure the Killers ! Sold
by Dealer? everywhere. Imo June 29 j
??.MARENGO.-F E VER AND AGUE j
CUBE, TONIO, FEVER PREVK* Ti VE-This val- |
natte prcDaration had been in private nae for many
years, and through tbe persuadion of friends, who
have u ed it with the most beneficial results, the
proprietor has been iuduced to offer it to the pub
lio It is wamnted tocare CHILL** AND FE VEB
of bowevei long standing, removing the cause and
entirely eradicating its effects from the system. It
will PURIFY TBE BLOOD, strengthen the diges?
tive organs, Induce an appetite, and restore the
patient to perfect health. It f s a purely VEOETABLE
preparation, and so harmless that children of all
ages may take lt wiih safety. As a tonic MAKKNGJ
ha" no superior, aud for debility arii-ln? from the
effects of fever, or Iro n utber canse, is invaluable.
A few du>es is sufficient to palisty the most in
credulous puff-rer ot it* virtue and worth. All
who try one bottle of MARE >GO will be so much
ptoased with i s effect, that ihey will readily en?
dorse it, y.0 HUMBUG. For evidence ol its effi?
cacy and value, refer to MAlitN'GO sironlars, which
con tai J certificates of well known and respectable
MARENGO 1? a genuine Southern ] .reparation,
the proprietor and minutaocurer h inp* a native cn J
r^ sident of Charles-an, and it ls fully guaranteed to
give complete and universal satisfaction.
IiO HUMBUG. TB? I C.
For sale by all Druggist*, and by DOWIE A
MOISE, corner Meeting and Hasel streets; GOOD?
RICH. W1NBMAN a CO.. Hayue-sire-t. and G. J.
LUHN, Druggist, Agent of Proprietor, corner of j
King and John streets, Charleston, d. C.
June 8 UAC 3mos
J WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
jiUKlCUL fURAL IMPLEMENTS, GARDE i
ELLERBEK TRANSPLANTER FOR SALE,
GEO. E. PINGS. BE,
Nc. 110 Meeting-street, chuleta?.
A C A ti. D.
OFFICE No. 167 EAST BAY.
joly ll imo
THE EINE FIST ?AILIVO YACHT
ELLA ANNA, tbe Champion of the .-outs ,
, is now ready and prepared u> make regal a i
i trips, thus affording aa oupoitunlt* to all
who mar wish to visit points ot mb-reet in oar beam .
For passage, apply to tbe Captain on TJ?ion Waar
EXCURSIONS AllUUKD TUE UAJEBOR.
~w THU FIXE, FAST SAILING AND COM.
My1 FOBT ABLE appointed Sacht vi, EA NOB
/ I Ck ?Tin resume nar tripa to biatone points la
? mr*M the harbor and will leave Governiren
Wharf daily at Ten A. M.
1er Passage apply to THOMAS YUWO,
December 18 Captain, on board.
HW YUB& ADD CHA UhBSTOS
FORK S W YORK.
CABIN PASSAGE $20. ?
>vC*??a? TBK SPLENDID SIDH-WHKBL
^^at?WJ'HTKAM?uip MANHATTAN, M. a
??/MjC&fu Woopinrix. Commander, will ?all
?MsttHaiaWL. from '.oner'a oouth Wharf on PAT
OBSAX, diet instant at ll o cioca A. al.
$Sf An extra charge ot SS made tor Tickets pur?
chased on board after sailing
sty No Billa of Lading signed after the steams*
lea vee. ,
ter Through Billa Lading given for Cotton to
Boston and Pron'dence. B. I.
?S- ihreugh Billa of Lading given to Liverpool.
A?r Marine Insurance 07 this une % ?ter cent.
ns- The steamers of this Una art first class lp
every respect, and their Tablea ar* eUoolied with al)
the delicacies ot the New York and Charleston mar.
ivor "freight or Passage, apply to
JAMA> 1D0A.11 A CO. Agenta,
Corner Adirer** Wharf and Past Bav1 Hp-.-uir?.)
ter CHAMPION to follow BiTtranax, Angus*
7 b. at 8 o'clock, P. M,
FOR PniLAoKLPHlA AK O BUS a Oil.
r f-rawiar STEAMSHIP P P. O M B .
sZt&D&SZ THEDS' Captain A B. GRAT, wfll
4ZmMf&m*h.\- North Atlantic Wharf, 0*
ammWmmitL- FBEOAT 30 h, at - o'clook.
For Freight apply to
JOHN ? THEO. GETTY,
July 26_North Atlantic Wharf.
BALTIBOHE ARD CH AKLHSTOS
t- f-raari 3 HE STEAMSHIP SEA GULL,
Captain N. P. DOTTOX will sail
?&Mw?m for Baltimore on 1 HTJUSDAY, ?th
-3ataj||f?pi|L july, at - o'clock, fron, Pier So. 1,
<#- Through Bi Us Lading signed for all classes of
Fn-ight to BOOTON, PHJLaDtt PSI A, W1LM1NQ.
10N DEL., WASHINGTON CITY, and the NOBTH
For Freight er paaaage, apply to
COtrBTKNAY A TBEHHOLM,
Jul? 36_mwth8_Onion Wharves.
FOR nt ac w lt aun.
REO ULAR LINE EVERY WEDNESDAY.
f rr aa aa THE SPLENDID PTDRWHEB1
^S?rB?J OTB/M rip MAGNOLl*. Capt?la
?ffltv?kftr M. B. ''BOWELL harina elegant and
^aMttTaTAaw spacious accommodations for pas?
sengers, will lente vactisinorai'f ?"art oa Waa
nisnax M omaso July 38, lt ?d, ai 9 o'clock.
July 33_Ks VEN KL A- O. s gutta,
PACIFIC MAIL ST KA 31* HIP COMFY 8
TWKOrOH LIB* TO
CALIFOBNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
CHANGE OE HAILING DAYS I
- 8TBA MY BB OF TSR ABOV
^im^^r hoi ot Canal-sa-sst New York, at
?aWalaaaaMaW IQ o'clock noon, of th* lat. MM and
list of every meath (except whan tbeae a ada laM
.o Sunday, then the Saturday preoading).
Departure of lat and list connect at Panama with
.teamer* for Hon tn Pad Bx and Central Am erica D
perts. Those of lat touch at Manors flin.
Departure of nth ot each month oonneota with
the new aleara Une from Panama to Ana trana aa*
Stsamahip OREGONIAN leaves San Prarcateo for
China and Japan Augtut 1.1860.
No Cali lonna steamer* tomen at Havana, trat gt
direct from New York to AspinwaU.
Onu hundred pounds baggage fros to each saut).
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage rickets or farther Information awol;
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, oa thj wharf
root of Ceual-atreet, North Bivar, New York.
March 13 lyr F. B. BABY. Agent
EXCURSION TO FORT SUMTKH.
" . "rf-?a. ONB OF THE MOTJN T PLEAS D'. T
i*sJ*33aaaK FERRY KTEAUER* will leave as
above from Market Wharf, foot of Market-eta- ?ti,
1 nts DAT, at haU-pasi Twelve o'clock, and retara a>
City at ball past Two o'clock.
JOHN H. MURRAY,
Joly 36_]*_Market Waarf.
FOR G KOKS ?.TO Wi?, 8. C.
? ?TT""*? THE STE A MEE EUI IB C .PTAIN
.ttaGaBaC p- C. Lura, will rooeive freina.t
Tata Dar, at Commercial Wharf, and leave a s
above, on Tu tan AT Momnso, the 27.h instant, at
S o'clock A M.
For engagements apply to
SHACK.ELFORD k KH CLY,
July 26 1_Ko l Boyoe'a Wharf.
~~ CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
FOR PALATKA. FLORIDA.
TIA SAVANNAH, Fi BN ANDINA AND JAOHjtf
i- ^Sk THE ELEGANT AND FlftST-CLASS
?tm^SBmZ STEAM HB DICTATOR, Captais
W. 1. inwalaB, will sall from Charleston every
TUESDAY Evumro, at Nine o'clock, tor the abovt
Connecting^wrah the Central Railroad at Savanesr
for Mobile and New Ortean*, and wuh tbs Florid]
Railroad at Fernandina for Cedar Keys, at wniei
point steamers connect with New Orleans, Mobile,
Pensacola. Key West and Ht vans.
Through Bills Lading signed to New Orleans and
All freight oiyable on the wharf.
Gooda not removed at runlet wul be stored at ria
and expense of owners.
J. D. AIKEN k CO., Agent?.
May 27 mw South AtlanUo Whar'.
ta- THE CONDITIONS OF HEALTH.-IT
is idle to expect health if the precautions necessary
to secure it are neglected. The human organization
is a delicate piece cf mechanism, and requires as
much intelligent care and watcululne?s to keep it fn
order, ts are requisite in the management of tba
most complicated combination ot levert, wheels and
At fbi? season of the year the body ia peculiarly
sensitive, because it is greatly ? sakened and relaxed
by the continuous bea*. The akin, in eumuier, wHh
its miUiona of pores wide open, is a very different
sort of tegument from the compact fl rous covering
wb'ch it become? under the action of the winters
cold. I he muscles too, arc comparatively Harold,
the nerves tremulous, the bloo i poor, an i the whole
frame less capable ot enduring fatigue and restating
disease, than in cool weather. 1 hean indications of
a depressed condition of the vital forces aro so mana:
anmiatakab'o hui's that mirare nceda re intoning.
Ordinary stluulaoU will not tffoct this oojeat.
Tbeyinflime and excite, but do not streu?; then.
The onl.? prepara ion which can bc depended upon
to impart sumiual vigor to the system, aud enable it
to enduro tho ordeal of the heated tenn without
giving way nuder the pressure, is HOtTBTf SB'S
STOMACH HITTERS, a louie and corrective so pare,
so harmless, so vtterly Cres from toe drawbacks
which render many of th* po verful astringents em?
ployed tn meJieaJ practice more dangerous than tho
ailments they ace employed to cure, that it ay as
administered witbont fear te the feeblest female In?
valid, or tbe mot dehcate child. The cathartie and
alterative vegetable ingredients which are combined
with those of a tonic nature in its composition, keep
toe bowels mwderaUly free on 1 porteetly regular,
while shs work of Invigorating is going on. She
fine? blood dep?rente winna the herbal kingdom
affords are alto among its component*, so that it re?
cruits, purines and regulates the system shanl
tanfoaslj. 6_SAO_July SI
tO- PHILOSOPHY OF M ABBI AGB.-A
HEW COURSE OF LEOTURES, as delivered at tito
New York "Inseam of Anatomy, embracing the suh?
le ctn : Bow to Uv a and What to Live for ; Yoath,
Maturity and ala Age j Manhood generally review -
ed ; the flaute ot Indigestion ; Fla tul-nc* and Ner?
vous D?seises aaocnuted far ; Marriage Philosophi?
cally Considtred, SK. These lectures will be for?
warded on receipt of four stamps, by addMtwtna :
HBOBETABY BALXlilOBB MObkTJM OF ANATO?
MY, No. 71 Wen Baltimore-stroat, Baltimore, M4.
April 19 auf Irr