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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1046
NEWS FSOM WASHINGTON.
WABHTNoros, July 29. - Ex-G overa or Haem,
tjf Louisiana, dined ?ito. Dent yesterday. The
table con venation ia Mid to have indicated
DO intention on the part of Dent to abandon
bis petition regarding Hisaiesippi.
Secretary Bjutwell bas decided that the
*/bio Shader Society ire onlv entitled to $1000
exemption from incoase tax, instead of $1000
for each adult male. The same role applies to
Trinity Church. Ne* York, and several other
associations through out the country.
There is a great ^pressure en Gram to throw
theinflaence of tko administration io favor of
th<>ex tremiste of Texas and Mississippi. The ex?
tremista hero are in good spirits, this morning;,
though notniug^deJonite is known. Sherman
ito stated to baw? said to-day th?i his depart?
ment .won ld net interf?re beyond securing a
Mair registration and a-peaceful -election.
Grant had af special session of the Cabinet
' tb day, whiob was devoted -to accumulated
business; Neither Virginia, Mississippi or
Texas affair* were considered.
Grant goos to Saratoga on Tuesday.
-?The ?oUtRvine messages -were transmitted
over the French cable:
Pams, 8.45 A. IL
To the ffmnjrabie Secretary of Slate, Was/unj
The Ersrperor of the French to the President
of the Qnited Staten at Washington:' 1am
highly gae tn fled to inaugurate the new lino of
telegraph whiob unites Franc? with the United
States, Jaw sending to you the expression of my
good wishes tor yon and for tho pr s per it y of
the United States. NAPOLEON,
REPLI OF THE sazsmsirr.
Toe President of the United States to tbe,
Emperor of the French : J cordially rec i pro- -
. cato yean* good wishes, and trust that tbe Jibe- i
at ral pokey Ot the Um ted .States, pursuant to
m which ?his cable bas been landed, may result
? In many such means of communication, espeo
iaUhp batweeo this country -and its earl) est sly
and" fr ?end. ' U. 8. GBAST.
.Jodien Jeffords and General Moorman vis?
ited 'Dent- to-day, and received renewed aa-;
sTiianees ot Lia determination to act Kith the :
JaataMppi Conservative /RcpubTicans. Gen?
eral Wirt Adams and ledge -Hunt, ;?f Vicka
horgv?^?o visited Dent ?a-rhtyV: : 7 ; ' \
a raaen gxam snmxcz.
Pin**, Joly 39.-Tbe Pres se says tlr.t fur?
loughed soldiers will receive indefinite leave.
LosDts, Joly 29.-Chas. Gilpin introduced a
bill in the House of Commons abolishing capi?
car CAT or THE 0A?uatrs ur SPATH.
?lADBJD July 29-Arrests still continue.
One hundred of the insurgente at ciudad Beal
are applying for pardon, claiming thai they
weje deceived by the Carlista. A sharp street
fight occurred at La Mancha; the Carlist s were
defeated and fled to the mountains.
? THE JEWS rn BCS?tA
ST. PI I ?aniiuao. Jory 29.-Tho^e ws of th?
Empire have united in a pe ti tien to tbe Czar
for ao ex tension of their religions and educa?
IM? WAR IX CUBA.
HAVANA, Joly 29,-The ixurorpenta age active
in the central department, and have destroyed
much proper ty about Tr i n i dad. A large band
of insurgents had attacked Paerto Prinmpe,
hut after a sborajatrnrgie wore beaten og ?Ith
?considerable loas. - : *1!tjffj
FAILURE OT AM INSURANCE COM*
few Tons, Joly 29-lhe faimre of the BaJ
tic Insurance Company is announced.
. -A Paris, paper relates that the Emperor,
'.Whin saar Kt. Cloud the .other day, came upon
?a group of little boys playing np on the grass.
.With the Wind teas natural io him, his Maj es ty
took notice of a gingerbread stall that wis
near at hand, bought; np the whole stock and
threw it io the boys, whereupon the London
l Newprofanely observ?e: TTOegIoriona scram?
ble that folio tr ed may be accepted aa some
e sm pent a tion for tb* conscription which wOI
soon draft them mto the army." - k ,r
-A London firm has jost obtained a patent
fofa method, startling to old salts in ita origi?
nality.for catching whales by means of electric?
ity. By their plan every whaleboat is provided
with a galvanic battery. Wires from opposite
poles ran down to the points of each set of
harpoons. When tho whale is sufficiently near,
two h ai poona are thrown as nearly simultane?
ously as possible, and when imbedded the flesh
of tb* monster completes the circuit. The
aw. oharge is expected io be sufficiently powerful
r "to paralyze the animal, so that the small boat
may advance and dispatch bim at leisure.
-Bowed legs and knocking knees are among
the commonest deformites of humanity; and
wise mothers assert that the crookedness in
either case arises from the afflicted ooo having
been pot opon his or her feet too early in baby?
hood. But a Manchester physician? Dr..
Crompton, who has watched for the trae
cause, thinks differently. He attributes tbe
first mentioned distortion to a habit some -
youngsters delight io of robbing the sole of:
one foot against that of the other; some will
go to aleep with tbe Boles pressed together.
They appear to enjoy the contact only when
the feet are naked; they don't attempt to make
it when they are socked or slippered. So the
remedy is obvious-keep ' tho baby's s?ies cov?
ered. Knocking knees the doctor ascribes to
a different childish habit,-that of sleeping on
the side with one leg tucked into the hollow
bebind the other. Be bas found tb it where
one leg bas boen bowed inwards more than
the other, the patient has always slept on one
eifrc?and the uppermost member bas been the
most deformed. Here the preventive is to pad
the inside of the knees so as t o keep them apart
and let the limbs grow freely their own way.
-The Paris correspondent of the New York
Times, in alluding to the enthusiasm manifest?
ed at the recent reception given the Frencb
Emperor on the Boulevards, says: "Imost
again repeat what I stated in one of my tor?
rear letters, tbat a great deal of tte CD thu
siasm manifested on tbat ocousion was manu?
factured. Along tho lire of the boulevards
were stationed at intervals groups of police in
plain clothes, who did nearly all the cheering,
and otherwise tried to impart a stimulus to
the crowd. I do not know whether you aro
aware of the feet that tbe government has in
ito pay a body of twelve hundred men, who
precede or accompanv the imperial family on
all its expeditious. They receive about two
dollars per day besides their travelling ex?
penses, and they continually change their dis?
guises so as to avoid observation. Their busi?
ness is to prepare for the reception of tbeir
Majesties, to get upsn enthusiasm when the
population is discontented or indifferent, to
watch for the first evidence of plots against
the life of the Emperor, and to surround his
person when they have reasons to apprehend
that an attempt is about to be made again; t it.
This fcrce is quite distinct trom what is called
the secret police, and has a separate organ?aa
)joii acd chiefs of its owTj." . i
TEE EDGEFIELD NEGRO MILITIA.
"GRAND MILITARY ENTREE OF HUBBARD
TEST BRI* G TWO HUNDRED AND JUETT
An Interview with G over cor Scott.
As confirmatory of, and additional to, the
partionars published by ai a!rea*>- concern?
ing the unnecessary and grossly unjust ont
r?pe nerpetrated upon th? quietend law-abid?
ing people or Edgefield. un . er ?iio patronage
of theeentetnpUole Eichelberger and the in
famone Hubbard, wo pnnt the following from
the Edgefield Advertiser:
A Little more whisker ano* cajolery for the
ignorant and mtsguded blacks, and a little
m ore'Rn provoked provocation for thc astonish?
ed and insulted wmtee, and the qaiet village
of Edgefield wonld, last-week, have been the
scene cf fearful and sanguinary transactions.
EdsraSeld reconstructed. ( ?s is all Som h Caro?
lina) in the most approved Radical style, is
now?. victim to the nate, the venom the de
prffuity of a set of men who care not for tbe
.prosperity and happiness of herself aud her.
cu liar en," but whose eo?r objecte are place,
plunder and revenue. The treachery, the
lying, the contemptible -meanness, the entire:
absence of everything unanly or honorable,/
that characteriz e tho.proceedings of this set
Otatin, almost hurpasa belief. B. E.Scott, the'
ali .-u Governor of.tLiaState, ts either the dupe
and tool or (ae we artimoreinoliheu to think).
the willing helper and coadjutor of these men.
.For the last month, fear or ti vu deputy State
constables have becneojonrnin^ m our midst,
said to have been sent here by Governor Scott,
upon the wilful and .oalicious representation
of the renegade Eichelberger, os a kind of bod\
?uard for the latter, .Eichelbergjr baviue de?
serted bis own race,-n nd his own race having
openly and very appropriately signified their
inexpressible contempt for him is a prey to
miauled feelings of -iear and revet ge. Bm
that any one wishes to take his life, or hae
-threatened to do se, is all nonsense. He was
bumed in effigy some time ago. and sinco tben
be has been treated With silent coi tempu
. Acut there the matter ?ends. He has not been
in the slightest d>-groe.molested sod his body?
guard are enjoying a comfortable sinecure, fur.
which oar overburdened peool roast pay.
--?Ind tor the last f mr?Saturdays oar town hoe
been thronged' with negroes, min, women,
children, idle, gaping, evidently expecting the
occur ren e of something unwonted. Danna:
this time we have beard thai a negro company:
era?being ranecFby Eurheibtrger Indeed we'
know that many negroes signed their names. ;
or sande their marks, ascneinbers ot this oom. j
pa ny. Oo the 4th nf July, mach of he day I
was WE pent in dnliine
Ga ZhoTBday afternoon last, to the niter as?
tonishment of the peseaable and law abiding
ettiseus of oar town, two hundred and for y
guns,-with ammunition according, escorted by
Eichelberger, Hubbard, and sime fony or flt o
negroee, arrived in EdgeUeJd. These negroes
bad been previously warned lo meet these
ams atrthe Pine House Depot. And many of
them, deliberately and wu hen t a word of warn*
bur. quitted the service ol honest white men
and repaired tb Irturd tho anne which are to
enforce reepect if am the poop c of Edgefield
towards Jiicnelborger and his minions Nor is
that the wotnt. After they had gaarded the
arms into ina town, they- quietly rc turo rd io
the service they had to deuharately quitted
Pretty business truly ; sod yat the whites said
nothing, and stood it as best they .could. Stood
it with calm ?ignuy, jost as they have stood
?the many incendiary harangues and yelling
mobs that haye to often-and lately too-dis?
graced our stree?, oar puk, our courthouse.
'i bo arms bavin* been escorted in tiiumph
to the public square, one of the State oousta
bles, Ballinger hy Mund, said to be commis?
sioned by Scott es captain ot Eichelbergers
company, presented to the sheriff ao order
'from the Governor fdr a portion or the
jail as a depository for the gnus. This order
was complied with. A nd now. day and night,
tue jai! is gaarded by negro soldiers with
arma in their bands. Fifteen or twenty delu?
ded f ?ls have teen seduced into this wretch?
ed business. They are ia regalar military
service, receiving lawful? pay and rations.
God help them when they ?ha11 be oat of mili?
tary service, for io these regious they will not
find-c or should they ?-either friends or ser?
vice. The $16 a month which the white peo?
ple are paying them now, for gnaroicg the
arms which are to eat their throats, ie quite
enough. .When we oro done paying these
doughty negroes for their military service, we
should certainly wash our hands of them. Let
them lire upon their military glory. Perhaps
Eichelberger will tase them all ont to his
home and support them forever. Wo have no
doubt he will.
As regards the militia company of ono hun?
dred-ali negroes-they have oot yet actual?
ly appeared upon the field. We understand,
however, that they are to be diligently drilled
?ur log the latter three days of the i resent week.
. And thus matters stand in Edgefield; and,
without a doubt, all these proceedings are
high-handed and unjustifiable outrages upon
an unoffending i eopie. The Governor derives
bis authority for calling ont tho militia bv vir?
tue of a 'joint resolution authorizing tho Gov?
ernor tc employ an armed force for ibo pre?
servation of the peace;" and be is therein
authorized to call ou: the militia ('wbon in
any county io this State It s'iail become impos?
sible, from any cause, to enforce the laws and
keep the peace by the ordinary civil process,"
whose duty it shall be to "quell each disturb?
ances and arrest the guilty parties."
Now, wher. has the sheriff of this district
failed to enforce the laws? Never. We de ty
Governor Scott. Eichelberger, Hubbard or any
of the crew, to show one instance of tbe
sheriff having failed to make arrests where
warrants were lodged in his hands. The nhite
p?op.'e and the black people bf ibis commu?
nity and tb is district Uve, and have h ved, in
pence and harmony; and we challenge these
fomentera of discoid to produce evidence to
sbow that a single murder bas been commit?
ted in Edgeheld Di?tnct within the last three
years on account of political views.
Bah i the upshot of the whole abominable
matter is, (bat this mischievous and merce?
nary man, Eichelberger, wants tho sheriff's
office, and has beon at work with that view.
He and others of the mongrel can novo told
Mr. McDavitr, the sheriff he must appoint a
negro jailer, -which Mr. MtDantt mused, and
still refuses to flo. And now we hear that
young Covar, the jailer, is a notorious bush?
whacker,-Ac., and Governor Scott joins his or?
der to that of Eichelberger ft Co. that he be
dismissed. So young <'ovar eoes bv the b tard.
He is not, and never has boen, a bushwhacker;
those who tell this lie know it to be a he.
. This nesro guard around our jad. au ^ this
contemplated negro militia, Will do no good m
Edgefield. They are emphatically uncalled
for and unnecessary. Already tbe feeling of
bitterness and exasperation is greater than at
any time since tbe close of the n ar.
The Advertiser invokes Governor Scott to
visit Edgefield and examine for himself. If,
under the exciting and unjustifiable circum?
stances with which he bas permitted this
unoffending people to be threatened be fails to
respond io this Frank and freo invitation to
judge of the facts io the case, he will have
proclaimed himself wanting in every elemont
of courage and honesty which should charac
torize the man who presumes to write himself
as the Governor of a Sta te.
THE INTERVIEW WITH QOVZEHOB SCOTT.
Two of the distinguished citizens of Edge
field, ex- Governor Bonham and General But?
ler, visited Governor Scott, at Columbia, to
repiesent to him bow totally unnecessary wero
the arms, the soldiers and the constables late?
ly imposed rjpon tho people of that county.
They have returned. Of the interview, the
Edgefield Advertiser remarks :
Governor Scott received them with courtesy
and heard them with c nsideration. He a
enred them that he bad not authorized the or
ganiz ition of any militia company in our town
or district. That he had merely sanctioned
tbe employment of a sufficient gourd for the
Arms and ammunition, and ?hat he had Bent
saldarme and ammunition here as a measure
ot precaution, representations being constantly
made to him of most lawless domes io d ffereBt
parts of the district. Bosh! His Excellency,
if he chose, coud very easily indeed hod out
that all these representations are. from begin?
ning to end groundless and malignant hes.
The guns are here, and. authorized or unau?
thorized, there seems to be a stiong orobabili
ty that negroes will be regularly drilled.
[From the Satorday 3?eview ]
lhere axe people who are never what North?
ern h ouse wi vea call "Btraigbt"-people whu
seeia ? o have been horn in a Bcramble. who live
in a scramble, and who. when their time conies,
will die in a scramble, just able to scrawl their
Signatare to a will that oaght to have been
made years ago. and that does not embody
their real infceotions no.. Emphatically the
Unready, they are never prepared fer anything,
whether expected or unexpected; they make ne
plane more stable than good intentions; and
they neither calculate nor foresee. Evervtbing
wrtn themis hurry and confusion, not because
they have more to do than other people, bat
because they do it more loosely and ICSB .me?
thodically-because they have not learnt the
art of dovetailing or the mystery of
packing. Consequently half their pleas?
ures and more than hali their duties
slip through their fingers tax want of the
knack of compact holdinc; and their lives are
pssfed in trving to pick up what they have
let drop, and in frantic endeavors. to remedy
their mistakse. For scranrbleis are always
makhig mistakes, and going through ao
endless round of forgetting. For ooo thing,
they never remember heir engagement, but
accept in the blandest andfrankest way ima?
ginable two or more invitations for'the same
?day and boor, and assure yon quito seriously
' when, taucht -y experienee, you .push them
Jhard and probe them dean, ?that they have no
engagement what ver on hand, ead are cer?
tain not to fail you. lu an evil hour yon trust
to them. Wheu tho dav ?ornes they suddenly
vake to the fact that they had accepted Mrs.
So-and-so's invitation hefore yosrs: and ali:
von get for your empt.v piece aud careful ar?
rangements ruthlessly upset, is a harried,
note of apology, wbich comes, perhaps,
in th3 middle ot dinner, perhaps some time
next day. when too 1 te to be of use. If they
forget tneir own engagements they also ignore
vours, no matter how distinctly you may have
tabulated them; and are sure to rome rattling
to your noose ou the day wheo you said em?
phatically you weree. gaged and could not see
them. If 'Ou keep to your.programme, and
refuso to admit them, mue likely than not yon
affront them. Encasements being m their
eyes movable leasts, which it does not iu the
least signify whether they keep ou t hf- date set
down or not, thev canuot nndirst.ind ?our
noddy of purpose; sud were it not that as a
tribe tbey are good natured and too fluid to
hold evon annoyance for any length of time,
you would in all probability have a quarrel fas?
tened on von, beoauseyour ?crambliog friends
chose to make? calendar for .themselves, and
to insist on your setting y<?r diary by it. And
as they ignore your appointed hours, so do
thev forget your street and number. 1'bey
always stick to yonr Drat card, though
yon may have moved many times since ?
it was printed du.y apprising them oj
each change as it occurred. That does not
,help yon, foi they never nate the changes
ot thou friends' addresses, but keep loyally to
.tbe first. It all comes to tbe same in the end,
they sav, and the postman is cleverer thin
they. But they do not often fa on ble their
friends with letters on their own account, sud
they have a specialty for not answering aucb
I as are written to them, and, wheu they do
answer them, of not replying to the question*
I ?eked or diving the news demanded. They do
I not .even reply to invitai iona like other people.
Dat leave you to m rei- from their silence the
yes or no tbey are meditating. When they, in
their turu invite you., they generally puzz e
you by mismatching the day of the week with
the date of the month, leaving you tormented
with doubt wbioli you are to go by; and they
lorget to give you tho hour. . Besides ibis,
they write au illegible sprawling hand and
they are famous for the blots they make and
the Queen's beads they om t.
A scrambling wife is no ligbt cross to a man
who values or er and regularity as part of his
home life. She may be, and probably is, the
best-tempered creature in the world- a peevish
scrambler wonld be too unendurable-but a
freso face, bright eyes, and a merry laugh do
not atone for uever-endirg disorder and dis?
comfort. Thia kind of thing does not depend
on income, and is not to be remedied by nebea.
Thc households where my lady has nothing to
do bat let ber maid keep her to the hours she
herself has appointed are just aa uncomforta?
ble in their way as poorer establishments, if
my lady is a scrambler, and cannot ba tanght
method and the value of holding ou by the
ior-loek. Sometimes my lady gets herself into
such an inextricable coil of promises and en?
gagements, all crossing each other, that in
despair Bbc takes to ber bed and gives herself
out as ill, and BO cuts what she canuot untie.
People wouder at her sudden indisposition,
looking as she did ooly yesterday in
the verv blojm of health; aud tbe wonder at
her radiant reappearance without a trace of
even languor upon her; they do'not know that
her retirement was simply a veraion of the
famous rope trick, and that, like the Brothers
Davenport, she went into the dark to shake
herself free of tbe cords with which she bad
Buffered herself to be bound. It ie a short and
easy method certainly, but it has rather too
much of tho echo of "wolf in it to bear fre?
quent repetition. lu houses of a lower grade,
where the lady is her own housekeeper, the
?habit of scrambling, of coarse, leads to far
greater and more manifest confusion. The
serv in:s catch from the mistress the trick of
overstaying time, and punctuality at last comes
to mean an clastic margin, where fixed doti s
and their appointed times appear comet?a illy
at irregular intervals. Tho cook is lato with
dinner; the coachman begins to put-to a little
after the hour ho was ordered to be at the
door; but they snow that, however late they
are, tbe chances ore ten to one their mistress
will not be ready lor them, asd that in hor heart
she nill be gr.itetul to them for the shelter
their own unpunctuality affoi ds her. This be?
ing so, they take their tims, and dawdle ac
their pleasure; thus adding to tbe pressure
whicb always comos at the end of the scram?
bler^ day. when everything is throwo into a
cbaotic mass, and norhiug comos out straight
or complete. Did any one ever know a scram?
bling w mian ready at the moment in her own
house ? That she shou-d be punctual to any
ippointment out of her house is of cour.-e. not
to bo thought of; but she makes an awkward
thing of it sometimos at home. Ber guests
ore often ?ll assembled, and the dinner hour
hos struck, before she bas toro off oue gown
and dragged on another. What she canuot lie
she pins, and her pms aro many and demon?
strative. She wisps OD her hair, not having
left herself time io braid it; and the conse?
quence is that before sbe has been half an hour
in tbe room onds and tails are snre to atrav play?
fully from their fastenings, and come tumbling
about her ears. H r jewels aie mismatched,
her colora ill-assorted, ber belt is awry, her bou?
quet lolling to nieces, -be rushes into the draw?
ing-room in her morning slippers smiling aud
good-tempered, with a patchwork look about J
ber-something forgotten in her attire that
makes her whole appearance shaky and unfin?
ished-ftstening her last button, ot clasping
on her first bracelet. She it full of i egrets
aud excuses delivered in her lovons, buoyant
manner, or in a voice so winning an accent so
coaxing that you cannot be annoyed. Besides,
you leave the annoyance to ber husband, who
is sure to have in reserve a pickle quite sufii
ciontly strong tor the inevitable rod, as the
poor scrambler kiowa too well, all you can
dois to accept ber apolo.ies with a good
grace and to carry awav wi'h you a viv d re?
collection of an awkward half Lour, a spoilt
dinner and a scrambling hostess all abroad
and out of time, sweeping through the room
v?ry heated very good-lempered only half
dressed and chronically out of breath.
Scramblers eau never learn the value of mo?
ney, either for themselves or for others. They
are famous for borro<*iug small sums which
they forget to rei urn; bnt to do them justice.
I they are just aa willing to lead what they
never dream of askiog for again. Long ago
thw caught hold of the fact that money is only
a circulating mediuas, and tbey have added an
extra speed to tbs sareulation at which slower
folks stand aghast. To be BU re. the practical
results, of their theory are not very satisfactory,
and (he confusion between the possessive pro?
nouns which distinguishes their financial cate?
chism is apt to lead to unpleasant issues.
Scrambling women are especially notorious for
the way in whiou tber set themselves afloat
without sufficient means to carry them on;
finding themselves s1 randed in mid-career
because they have made no calculations,
and have forgotten the rule of substracci?n.
Tbey find themse ves at a small Italian
town, sav, where the virtues of the Brit- !
tah banking system are unknown, and wbero
their letrera of credit and circular notes
are not worth more than the value of
the paper they are written on. More than one
British matron ot respectable condition and
weak arithmetic bas fo-ind herself in such a
plight as this with ber black-eyed landlord
perfectly civil aud well-bred but as firm as a
rock in his resolution that the Signora shall
not depart ont of bis custody tri! his little ac?
count ie paid-a plight out of which she hos to
scramble the best nay shu can with
perhaps or a little dignity and of more
at least in the locality where her soli
gavo out and her precious paper coule
cashed. This ia the samo woman wht
aa omnibus conductor a sovereign for i
penny fare; who gives the village groce
ix)uml note for a shilling's worth of
und who, when sae cortes up to Londt
day's shopping and bas got her last
made up and ready to be put into, ber ca
she bas rot left, herself half enough mi
pay for it-with a shopman whose faitl
man nature is bv BO means lively
wt-Pj onlv last week was bitten
lady swindler of undeniable manne
appearance, nd not very unlike )
She has been known, too, to go into
feet lonerV, and alter having made an es
luncheon, find to her dismay that she 1
her parse in the pocket ot her -other d
home, and that -?he bas not a-six pen ci
her. la fact there is not an equivo -al p
in which forgetfs.lue.3B, want ox metbot
of foresight, and all the other characti
which make np scrambling in the einen
! place her, in which she has'not boen a
I tune or otber. But no experience teach
the -scrambler she bas been; the scrambi
! will die; and to the last will tumble tl
her life, all ber ends flying, and depri
excuses on ber lips.
Scramblers are notoriously great in r
prom iee?, and as no tonou < for not per fe
vrhat they promise. Kmdteurted as tb
in gem ral, and willing todo their friends
^vico-going out ot their way indeed to
|.kindnesses quite beyond your expeci
I ar>d the range ol their duties towards yo
! always undertaking works of supereioj
wbiob in fact lead to more than h i if the
mal scramble -they forget the next ho
promise on which yon have baaed youl
est hopes. Or, If they do not forget it
find it ie crowded ont of time by a mnl
of engagements and prior promises, of
which they were innocently oblivious
they offered to do your business so ir
I ana swore so confidently they woul
I about it now at once, and get i
I of baud without delay. Ihe oath
tba offar wbich you took to b? as M
! the best chain cable yon will find ot
lo be only a rope of sand that could not
j so much as a bunch of tow to se tu er. still
bul i the anch ir of a life; and many a
i sick with hope deferred, and with the <
I poi mme nt which might have been so
pre ven ted. has been half broken now froi
anguish that has followed on the
ure of the kind-hearted scrambler t<
form the promise voluntarily made,
the service freely offered ai.d eari
pressed on. a reluctant acceptor. Tb:
the tragic side of tbe scrambler's caree
i shadow thrown by almost every one o
doss. For ail the minor delinquencies ol
ry and unpunctuality ID social affairs it i
difficult to lind foll and ample fore;iv? ness
when it comes to untrustworthiness in g
matten, tbeo the scrambler becomes ase.
matead of ony aa lnonvenionce. Tbe
safe way of dealing with the ciaos ie to
them when wo can get hold of them, a
accept them for what they are worth; bu
to rely on them, and not to attempt aoy
ticing of ot.c's ?ffairs with their pron
They are the froth nd foam of society, p;
sud pleasant enough in the sanhgut. as
splash and splutter abont tbe rooka, but
are not the deep waters which bear the ba
of our ships, sn i by which the life of
world is maintained.
THE CHINESE LABQM QC bl IO.
A Pa aettcal Vie w-Absordlty of the T
about fc.xeludiiig the Chinamen.
j A correspondent of the New York Eve;
i Post addresses the following communies
to the editors of that paper:
As it is evident tbat the question of imp
mg Chinese laborers m ist Boon come to a p
neal issue, especially as it regards tbe cuit
lion cf cotton, I deaire to present ooo sid
tbe question wbich bas not yet been state
With the moral aspect of the question :
ilOt purpose to meddle, contenting my
with this, that if we cannot absorb tho M ol
lianas well as tho Celt, the Teuton and
oesro, and permit oach and all to have et
rights aol privileges, then democracy i
What I have to say is upon the cconoi
question. The immigration of Chinese lil
ers has thus fax been treated as if they m
of necessity be imported as "coolies" un
conti acts for long terms of service, st
rates of wages, and nuder such compnls
conditions as to mike them practically se:
almost slaves. Such importation is 'riga
prohibited by law, and Southerners who
peet to re-establish a /creed system of labor
any such methods wilt bo grievously dis
pointed. But very large numbers of Chim
laborers-as Ibo hove nearly tho whole fo
wbich built tbe Central Pacific Railroad-w
brought over os freo laborers, under contra
approved by a United States Consul, a
uhich did not infringe the law prohibiting i
The svstcra was established by a gontlem
now in San Francisco, wbo explained rt to I
himself. 1 give it from memory at tbe risk
some errors. He went to Hong Kong, a
tbere found a Chinese merchant of gr<
wealth wno was willing to attempt to indu
the voluntary migration of laborers and to I
come responsible for tbe fulfilment of contra?
made by them; and if my tu em orv serves i
he sent ont over twenty thousand men. ]
(the merchant) agreed with otber dur.
mon that each should furnish ono thousaii
These men again agreed" wita others to fur ni:
fifty each, and tho contractors for fil
went ont to find tho men. The bargain w
to advance fourteen dollars-tbo coot of pa
BBge-and a deposit with the Chin?se compat
of San Francisco to secure the return or bi
d;es in ca?o or death. Inc contract made 1
the laborer, and accredited bet?re a Uiiiti
States CoiMul, was to work out this advam
at a certain rate of wages, ?nd thereafter t
bo free to make a new bargain or to go whe:
he pleased. I was ussured by thegentletUd
who mado these arrangements that each lab
rer gave hi i note for such amount, with h
ut ?gb bord as surety ; these notes were ei
dorsed hy the contractors tor fifty to tho coi
tractors for one thousand, by them to tb
mere iant in Hong Kong, and he executed
m r gage on r al estate for (her fulfilment,
was also assure :! that it bud not been nccessar
to fall back upon the security, but that tb
agreements had been faithfully met.
the gentleman who mado ibis statement t
me returned to San Francise J a tew wt/ek
since to enter into the business of furnisniu
otber laborers upon same terme. It such con
tracts can be made with nr-n sufficiently edu?
cated and trained to make them aud abide b
tbem. they cannot fail to bc ecnnomicaily valu
able as laborers.
lu fact, nothing but arbitrary legislation, ab
solutelv prohibiting the immigration ot Chi
nose labor, can possibly prevent it. Take onlj
the State of Arkansas, covering over Lftj
tho sand squire miles, ono half of wnich it
cotton land of the best quality, mostly rivei
bottom. Tue Chinaman ie fitted in every re<
spect to eett'e the region, of which onlv abou?
one Acre lu a hundred has ever vet been culti?
vated in cotton. The ,'rop easily made is a
bale to the acre, ai d cigbt to ten baloa to thc
hand, besidos food. Tho value of ten oalcs is
n iw over $1200 in currency. The labor is not
hard, but persistent.
Hore arc tho conditions of demand for labor,
and 81X11 da> s' i ime, with abc ut $100 in moDev,
will bring an unlimited supply. If sue i con?
tracts can be mado as were laid before me by
my informant, such demand and such supply
cannot fail to mt>et. The Pacific Mail Com?
pany can move about twelve thousand per
month. One hundred thousand such laborers
would add eigbt hundred thousand to one
million bales to our annual crop of cotton, and
would place under cultivation, m arkansas,
we will say, ouly two or threo acres more out
of each huudrcd in addition to the little patch
now under cultivation.
There ia a plan now maturing in St. Louis
for building a short line or railroad from Cape
Girardeau to Helena, the distance being. I b .
heve, about two hundred miles, and continu?
ing the li ou Mountain road southward. Tbe.
embankment for this road to form a levee, ex?
cluding the Mississippi River from five million
acres of the richest bottom lai d ot which
over s million ac es have b.en suba?nbed to?
ward the construction of the road, if th e
road should be built, and th is little patch put
into cotton by Cninamsn, the crop therefrom
nigh; be four to five million bales of cotton
from land non almost uncultivated and worth?
I had hoped for a complete statement from
m>' friend iu San Fransisco bet?re making this
public, but 1 avoid delay, as 1 wisb it to ba
made apparent that Chinamen who aro not
"coolies" may be expected m very large num?
bers. E, A. J
Tbe Atlantic Cable Competition.
[From the London Star, Joly H.]
The success of the French Atlantic cable
will occasion great rogrot to the propriet ?rs of
the English line, bat if their intorests are
mach injured they h .ve no one but themselves
to blame. They had no confidence in what was
really the strongest part of their enterprise
namely, its capacity to serve the general pub?
lic and not merely oue particular class. Mes?
sages to sod from America ons ht to be as com?
mon as similar messages are between England
and France, for a constant stream of travellers
is passing between the two countries, and a
large proportion wotrd be very glad to tele?
graph their safe arrival to hie .de. Then.
Americans who lfre here, or in other parts of
Europe, would olson be glad to ask by tele?
graph after relatives who happen to be ill, or
io send news of their daughter's marriages rr
of equally interesting incidents in domestic
life. Bat this kind of business has been de?
liberately discouraged by the managers of the
A minister may send an important message
to his agents, though even then the amount ot
h IB bill is likely to startle his government, as
we may see in tbe case of Mr. 3eward. fie
sent a message to the American representative
in Sussia, fjr which between ?4000 aud J?OW
was charged. The government bas not yet
been able to make up its mind to pay for that
cos'ly dispatch. A.am commercial men who
have Amer icm connections are obliged to nse
tbe cable. If the tariff were much higher even
than it is. thev woola still have no choice but
to pay the money and send their messages.
The dim wbicb first learns the price of cotton,
et iron, or of shares and bonds, has an im?
mense advantage over competitors who are
?cling without this information. Such traffic,
therefore, nee ssarily develops itself. BUL i;
os not huge enough to pay for the expenses or
laying a cable beneath the Atlantic. The im?
mense advantage which might have been sain?
ed by inviting the general body of the public
to use the cable has been thrown away. The
directors acted in a timid spirit, as if their
line weald inevitably break down next week,
and it was necessary for them to scrape to
gether all the money they could io the in?
The -com poi it ion of tbe French cable will ex?
pand their ideas. In the first place, they w?l
fiad their French customers going to the other
s.ion,uulets they reduce their prices ; in the
next, the French company might easily at ir., ct
a large share ot tbe English business by adopt?
ing a reasonable scale. At tbe recent meeting
of the English company oaf of the officials de
I>lored the fact that they had not enjoyed a
ouger lease of the monopoly before rivals en?
tered the field, that ls all very well from their
point of view, but tbe public cannot be expect?
ed to sympathize with it. If anybody deserves
sympathy in reference to Atlantic cable
schemes lt is the shareholder or director m
the erigin al comp my, who has not yet reca? ved
back a penny of his money. They were the
people who paid for the experiment which
made future successes certain, and they have
derived no profit whatever trom the seoond
cible. It is a plain matter of business with
the present proprietors, and aa they have acted
ip a narrow and niggardly spirit towards tbe
public, they cannot expect us to mix our teais
with th ein?.
A great fuss bas recently been made about a
redaction m the tariff. Messages were to bo
sent for two pounds. But when a man came
to write down his message, he found that be
was expected to hay for every word or Aguie m
the dates or addresses; whereas five words had
formerly bees given m. The address alone
now exhausts tbe two pounds thus: 'Thomp?
son to Barker, 112 Twenty-sixth street, New
York." Here ate the teu word*, at once, which
form tho lim t of a massage for two pounds.
Of course the rate is al moy t prohibitory as re?
gards the oidinary run of people. A man with
a si inder purse cannot send word to his wife in
America tbat their child at school in England
is very ill. Messages of that description would
ba dispatched by hundreds every day. if the
scale or charges invited them. At present there
is scarcely work enough to employ one out of
the two English cables now in existence.
Would it not be far better to-eharge ten shil?
lings for cable messages, and multiply tho cus?
tomers a hundredfold, than to let the wires lie
comparatively idle? Remonstrances, however,
having failed, we are very glad that the sharp
goad of competition has bern applied to the di?
rectors. The French proprietors moy easily
do the creator part of tho business it* they will
come down to tin public need?. OJ Catt ac?
count we may well wish the new lino success.
We may not bear so mach about its binding
the Old World and the New together in per?
petual friendship, for wo have found out that
misunderstandings are possible even with a
telegraph wire lying comfortably beneath the
Atlantic. But the cible will be a distinct ad?
vantage to the world, and everybody but the
shareholders in the ?.Anglo-Americn" will bo
glad to hear that tbe difficulties which sur?
rounded tho promoters have been successfully
?rMABEffOO.-F E VEB AND AGUE
CURE. TONIC. FEVER PREViiSTlVE.-Thu val?
uable preoaration his been lu private us* for many
years, and through the persuadion of Mends, who
have u ed lt with the most beneficial results, thc
proprietor bas been J-aduced to o flor it to thc pub?
lic It is warr meed tocare CHILLS ANO FEVER
of however long standing, amoving the cause and
entirely eradicating Its effects from the system. It
will PURIFY TUE BLOOD, strengthen the diges?
tive organs, induce an appetite, and restore the
patient to perfect health. It ls a purely VEGETABLE
preparation, and no ba'-inless that children of all
ages may take It with safety. As a tonic MARKNO'J
ha? no superior, aud for debility arUmz from tba
effects ol fever, or fro n other cause, is invaluable.
A few do:-es is sufficient to satisfy thc most in?
credulous puff-rer of Its vin no and worth. Ali
who try one bottle of MAKE.NGO will be so ranch
pleased ?iib l.s effect, that they will readily en?
dorse it, NO HUMBUG. For evidence of its ern
cacy and valu?, refer to MARENGO circulara, which
contain certificates of well known and respectable
MABENGO is a genuine Southern pr?paration,
thc propr etor and m inufacrurer b -ing a native and
resident of Charleston, and it is fully guaranteed to
give complete and universal sthstaction.
>0 HUMBUG. TRY If. *
For sale by all Druggist?, and bj DOW IE *
MOIST, corner Meeting and Hasel 6treeU>; (JUOD
BICH. WISEMAN a CO., Hayne-street. and G. J.
LC UN, Druggist, Agent of Proprietor, corner of |
King ani John streets, Charleston, d. C.
Juue 8 uic Snioe
es- ,:FBESH AS A MAIDEN'S BLU8H"
Is tho pure pea hy Complexion which follows the
Ott ot BAGA Vd MAGNOLIA BALM. It is thc
True >ecret of Beauly. Fashionable Ladies in So?
ciety understand tn!*.
The uAGNOiJa BALM changes the rustic Coun
irv Girl into a City Belle more rapidly than any other
Reims', Sunburn, Tan, Freciles, Blot-hes and ali
effec.sof the Sun.mer Sun disapnear wtien lt is u?ed,
and a genial, cult.vated, freso expression is obtained,
which rivals the Bloom of Youth. Beauty is possi?
ble to all who will invest seventy-five rents at any
respectable store and insist on getting the MAGNO?
LIA BAL VI.
Cse no'hlng but Lyon's Kithairon to dress the
Hair nae mwflmo July 26
?9-1HE NEA 1 EST, THE Q?ICKKST AND
THE OHEAPE'T.- Ins Nxws JOB OFFICE, No.
Hi KA<r BaY, having replenished its Stock with a
ne? and laren assortment ot material of tbe Quest
quality and latest styles, ia prep arel to execuie.at
tue shortest notice and in the beet manner, JOB
PRINTING ol every description.
Call and examine tbe scale ol prices before giving
your orders elsewhere. _
?-NOIICE.-TBREE MONTH3 AFTER
date or under (he existing laws, application will be
made for a CHARTER fora Cotton Mill Ht the moft
eligible point on Black Creek in the neighborhood of j
Dove's Depot. lamo3 Jure?
?.MB. F. P. SALAS HAVING MY POWER
of Attorney, will act for roe durizig my absence from
tbe State. W. P. HaLL.
Jnly 80 _3
~~rw SOU rH CAROLINA, CHARLESTON
CC UH TT-IN I. QUI Y-OFFICE CLERK C. C. P.
G. W. PINGLE, AS>IGN?E, vs. JOHN JAMES
GLASSON, Ja., KI AL-BILL ? OR FOBECLO
SUBE.-It appearing to my satisfaction tbat JOHN
JM1E-< GLASSON, Jr., and CABOIINE GLAS-ON,
bis wife, and ALICE AIE ZN', defendants in thi"
canse, are'absent from, and reside beyond, the lim
ta e f thia State, so tbat tbe ordinary process of the
Court cannot be served on them; on motion of
WHALET, MITCHELL ft CLANCY, complainant's so?
licitera, ordered tbat tbe said defendants. JOHN
JAMES GLASSON, Jr.. CAROLINE GLASSON, his
wife, and ALIC c AIKEN do appear and plead, an?
swer or demur to this bill within forty dave from
the publication of ibis order, or an order pro con
foto will be granted and entered against them.
A. C. RICHMOND,
C. 0. C. P., Charlea te a County.
tO- FA?T LIVING. - IN THIS AGETOF
luxurious living, late sup De ra and neb food produce
painful eruptions upon the skin by overheating it,
especially during hot weather. Ton caa prevent
this and keep it cool, soft and white, by using MILK
OF VIOLEIS. The effect of tte use ls truly won?
derful. So d by druggists and fancy (toeds dealers.
MO"l HEREBY APPOINT MR. J. A TOR
BENT to act os my Attorney, duri JR my ab?euce
from tbe 8tate. G. H. BBOWN.
July 28 3?
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The best work guaranteed at less than
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Our Job Department is in cbarge of
Mr. J13. TX PA ERY, a practical and ex?
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OT PHILOSOPHY OF MARBIAGE.-A
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jacta : How to Live and Wn?t to Live for ; SoanX
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April 19 sawfly;
a HE i IMS FAST ^AILING YACHT
ELLA ANNA, the Champion of the -outh,
_i-j ia now ready and prepared to mak? regular
' tripe, thus affording au oppormnit? to all
who ma? wish to visit points of interest In oar btaw
For passage, apply lo the Captain on Union Wharf.
EXCURSIONS AROUND T11IC HARBOR.
_j -v. THE FINE, FAST SAILING AND COM*
.kT^FOBTABLY appointed Yacht ELKANOB
will resume her trips to historic pointe 1a
? ?'J the tarbor, and will leave GoTemmen t
Wharf daily at Ten A. M.
Foi Pa as age apply to IHOMA9 YOUNO, '
Decemoer 18 Captain, on board.
FOR SEW I JU K,
SEQ ULAR LINE EVER Y WEDNEEDA F?
TES SPLENDID 8TK>M9BTF
9ABAGO.-8A, Captin C. Br-nw?
wilt ?eave vaxdeiliorst's Wharf en
WZPKIBPAX, ?th August, lift), i at
RAVENED j 00.. AgaaH,
?ICW YORK. AMD CHAHLRSTOJ?
FOR If ? W YORK.
CABIN PASSAGE $20.
TBE SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL
'8TV4W1FTP MANHATTAN, ILS.
WOODHULL, Commander, wfh sail
from dger's boutb (7 bart on SAT
ran AY. dist instant at ll o&ock a. M.
MST An extra charge ot $5 made for Tickets pur?
chased on board after sailing
MW No Billa of Lading signed after the steamer
JET1 Through Bill? La ling given for Cotton to
Boston and Providence. K. I.
MW i brough Billa of Lading gi ven .to Liverpool.
Hr Manus Insurance by this line Y, per cent
MW The stearn ?rt ot thu liae WA Ont class In
every respect, and their Tablea ar* ?u-iohrd with al
the delicacies of the New York and Charleston mar?
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAME? ADOHH a co. Agesta,
Corner Ade-er's Wharf and Past Bav ? rte-tain )
MW CHAMPION to follow fcATUBDAY, August
7 th, at 0 o'clock, P. M.
FOR FII1L ALI fe.L,PH 1 A AN O BO? IOU.
THE STEAMSHIP PBOH?
'THEU3, Captain A B. GBAT, WI?
'ltaf Vont Atlantic Wriar?, 09
.HATDBDAT. 31I-, at - o'clock.
For Freight apply to
JOHN & 1HK0. GBTTY, '
July 3d_North Atlantic ff barf.
CAC J VIC MAIL, MhAMSllIP CO/UJ? * S
THB0COH WM TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAK- \
CB ANO g OF SAILING DAISI .
81 EA Mi"UH OF HU. ABOV
lise leave Pier No. ii. North Slver,
foot of Canal-street. New York, al
12 o'clock noun, of the lat, 11 tn aha
list of every month lexoept when these datea fall
en Sanday, then the' Saturday preceding/.
Departure of 1st and 21st connect kt Panama witt-. -
?teamers tor South Pacific and Central Axaerl???
porta Those of 1st touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of 11th ot each month oosneeti With
tbe new steam line from Panama to Australia and
Steamship OREGONIAN leaves Ban Fm asco for
China sod Japan AugTLjt * 1889.
No California steamers toucnat Havana, bat gr*
direct from New lorkin AspinwaU.
One hundred pounds baggage free to ?ach adah,
Medicine and atteodaaee tree.
For Passage Ttcketa or farther Information apo)'
at toe COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on th? wharf
toot of Caual-street, North River. New York.
March 12 lyr F. EL RABY, Ageat
MW OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
FIBEPBOOF BUILDING, JULY 12 1869 -Persons
wishing to contract for the Building of a Bridge over
a Creek, known as "Church Creak," to connect
John's Island and Wadmalaw, will hand In their
proposals to this office. Offers are open to 2 o'slook
P. M. on SATTJEDAY. the Slat inst. A plan and s poet?
ics fl ona recently prepared by Mr, L. J. Bar bot. urvil
Engineer, can he seen at this office, from 10 o'clock
A. M., to a o'clock e. M.
By order or the Board. F. LANCE,
Clerk Board of County Commissioners.
MW SOUTHERN BRANCH OF THE EQUI?
TABLE LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY, Ne. lil
MEETING-STREET.-During my absence from the
city, my office wUl be in charge of Mr. THOMAS H.
CROFT, who wiD attend to all business cont ec ted
with the General Agency. WM. B. SHAW,
July 26_6*_General Ageat.
MW THE CONDiriONSOF HEALTH.-IT
is idle to expect h eal? h if the precautions necessary
to secure it are neglected. The human organization
ls a d?licats piece cf mechanism, and require? as
much intelligent care and watcbJulnoM to keep lt ia
order, a? are requisite in the management of the
most complicated combination of levers, wheels ana
At this season of thc year the body is peculiarly
sensitive, because it is greatly weakened and relaxed
by tbe continuous heat. Tho skin, in summer, with
its millions of pores wile opes, is a very different
sort of tegument from the compact fl'irons covering
which it becomes under the action of the winter'?
cold. ? he muscle?, too, are comparatively flaccid,
tbe nerves tremulous, the blood poor, an i tbe whole
trame lc?s capable or endnring fatigue and resisting
tutease, than in cool weather. These indications of
a depressed condition of the vital forces are so many
unmistakable hints that nature needs reinforcing.
Ordinary simulants will not effect this object.
They inflame and exalte, but do not strength ext
The or.l v preparation which can be depended upon
to Impart ataminal vigor to the system, and enable it
to endure the ordeal of the heated term wimont
giving way under the pressure, is HO-TETTKB'S
STOMACH HITTERS, a toni? and corrective so pure,
so harmless, so utterly free from tbe drawbacks
which render many of the powerful astringents em?
ployed m medical prac:). c more dangerous than the
ailments they are employed to cure, that it may be
administered witbent fear to the feeblest female ta
valid, or the most delicate child. The cathartic and
alterative vegetable mtrredients, which are combin&l
with tbose of a tonic nature in Its composition, keep
.ne bowels moderately free an l pert.-ctl? regular,
?hile thc work of invigorating la going on. The
finest blood dep?rente which the herbal kingdom
affords are alto among its components, so that lt re?
cruits, purifies and regulates the system ?toral
tsueooBly. 6_DAC_July 84
MW BATCHELOR'S HALB DYB.-THB
splendid Hair Dye is the best In lbs world; the only
true and perfect Dje; harmless, reliable, instanta?
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?di?e the ill effects of bod dre?; invigorate? and
leaves tbe bair soft and beautiful black or brows,
.-old l y all Druggist* and Perfumers; and properly
applied at Bachelor's Wig Factory, No. - Bona.
street. New York._lyr_May 16
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Hood. with the humane view or treatment and case,
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May 22 limos
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March 34 ?ule
O B 17 SI S ? 9 a St E S .
Th* SUMTER NEWS,
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io ONE OF THE BEST PAPES* IN THB BP
COUNT BY; bas a large circulation, and aWords Su?
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February 22 Propn^wv