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-Gold at Nev York yesterday waa quoted
-The New York cotton market waa beary;
sales 800 bales at 33io.
-At Liverpool oottoo c'osei firm; sales 15,
000 ba es; uplands 12]J.
-Kr. Jefferson D ivis ialends returning to I
his home in Mississippi in a short time.
-The corner-stone of a new Jewish ayn a- I
gogne is to be laid at Bichmond city to-day. I
'i-Genera! Lee has bad a house built for I
him by publiti subscription at Lexington, Yir- I
gima. .>"'. .'- j
-Tba "Youeg Men's Sodality," of St. Louis j
has nowt the Pope two thousand dollars and an I
address printed in purple letter, on white satin,
and bound in eold and pearls.
" -A lady, who baa just returnee from pass-1
lng the winter in Fiocida, states that a planter
made bis appearance -tn town rrom tho depths I
of tue everglade-?, bringing with him two ne- I
oe? for sale I He was actually ignorant that I
trWre bad been a war I Imagine his feelings I
ti Che sudden depreciation of bis movable
property. . -- I
.-Tha'Ne w York; papare say that ut Am azo- I 1
niau boat race came off .in New. Jersey Wad nee
day evening. ; Tba boats were light Whit o h all j1
skiffs, painted the same colors- as the dresee? I '
of ?heir fair crews, by which the j wore deal g -1
naiad. Thea? were rod, - white and., blue. I
There were three of them, a? four oared, with j
male coxs wains* At) the eta**,' the Oygnet shot
ahead, and elated with-th eirene was, the crew
broke out lb- cries of exultation and merry I ?
ebouta_ to their competitors, as: 'Throw ns a j
lina, Sae, well tow you;" -''Harry np. Lizzie, I
cryon wont gat any strawberrie&f' "Come on J
girls; what are you hangicg back for ?" inter- I j
ape raed with marry peals ol laugh tao: that soon
exh*U8?d'tbeii*reath, and cauae them grada- (
l^'theij\ handsome wart and to come 1
in last' in' the race. -Theprizwconsisted of j <
rniniaiuro os ra of gold, bearing inscriptions of J1
tb* date of the race, each member-bf the vie- I j
torious crew receiving one. . - L
-The ite'w-giant Masting powder ia exciting I .
gast oppcatUon among tba minara in Cali-1
for^iiavwho assert that its fumes cremore '
nc?noaa than those of. ordin\ry gunpowder. M
Bur the other adven ts gea of. the giant powder I
axsm&aifeat. It baa Ave timei the explosive I i
foroe"of grinpcrirder, and smvUer drilinoles are (
sufficient. Acoordiagtoa trial recently made, j j
it appears that at ibo current mle or wages it | j
co?t45.39 a tonto extract quart* rock with gua?
po wder, and $2 09 *rth giant powder.- The I !
mme owners are, therefore, highly pleased with j '
the new powder, bab the drillers and blasters JI
are opposed to it, anim Nevada hara organ- j t
Lzed an exianaiva strike, refaaing to work for I t
mine, owners nt?ng giant powder. Under tbeae I ;
ciroarnetanees, the mine owners have made ar* I ,
rangepamta..for;jt^ employ- j .
ment or Chinese labor ar*. The giant powder, I
although opposed by ibo : minera, will in oro ase I 1
I for their labor, aa many mines now
l?naccoont of the expense caa be worked 11
aH>pMth >.?'?'? x e..-.-.. j,
-Only a vary B niall fraction of the capacity of I j
the tete^raph. wire-is yet availed of by any in- j
s tra ment- now in use. : Tho c ai rents pf elec
tn etty pass' more rapidly and frequently than
any present haman means can employ in the 11
trapemiaespn of signals. Rut a new syatem Ic
has b?en well nigh perfected, which multiplies 1
toan fmrnenexrerteirt the present rate of trans-1 t
mhta?ip, and. which is likely tb work a great I d
revolution in the business of. telegraphing. I .
Already ' a rate of from fire hundred to one
thousand letters a min0te h?t? been attained;
an&itia believed that this can be increased, by I *
improvemecta in the machinery, to two thou- j ?
?and letter?, pax nucut". If this is realized, i
and thar:-ti na reason to supposa it may not I ?
be, the,.only, lunation being (bat of tb? power B
of ionian ingenuity to avail itself ol- the ca- L
partly of the electric encrant, the telegraph I ?
companies wal be able to transmit dispatches
for about the swne price that the postofflco 1
now chargea for postage on letters. The real 6
expeaaaeand4e??y?will be simply in reducing e
the mesa**** to wr.iiag, t
-Mr. John Btoar , MilL arguing in his now 8
book on the Subj ec Uon of Women, that women e
possess a more rapid insight into ebano ter
than, roer?, and that their vocation for govern- a
mont.?iiiemflmua% says that ?tie ?peciaUy f1
true if we uk? ia to <?oiM? deration - Asia aa watt 1*
ta Europe; and then follows a curious bit from f t
bli own observation. If a Hindoo principally, j j
he remarka, im aUrniaU, vigilantly and eoonom-1
ically governaaVtia. three caaes oat of four that I
pnncipsJity. ia under A womals sols. 'This I
faot," Aida Mr^ MilL ?to me an antirely unex- |
peet fd one, I bave col toe ted toma Ion*official t
axwwledgeof Hindoo governments. There are I 0
many snob ina tances; for though, by Hindoo in- L
etitntiona, a woman cannot reign, abe is the le
gai reirent cf a kiugdom duri ng the minority of 1
the bair; and minorities, tra frequent, the lives 1
or tho mal? rulers oeing so often ? "ematurely t
term i aa vod turon h tho effect of inactivity and
sensual excesses. When wp consider that those I e
princesses nave never been seen in public. a
bava never conversed with any man not of I a
their own family except fron, behind a curtain,
that they do not read, and if they did there is j n
no book in their language whisb. can give them
the smallest instruction on political affairs,
the ejujapJe-tbsy afford of tb? natural capa
?eity of women for- ?oven? men t is very strike j
mg." Tba.?ply-Uiat qceene art better than '
kings, because under langa women govern,
but under gueena, men-Mr. Mill considera a
-In the yo^edSUtee Circuit Court st New
York, Judge Blatchford has decided that the
mmA?? tij? pallal whiob was made out ia
tttH httt iaytr of ftemdent Johnson's aomlma
trationrbr the two Dupuy?? in prison forwbia
\ ian j-H waa tog*L and they must, there
jD^ n^i^hoaii . Tbs .raain question
was-a? to a legal dehvery of the pardon; whe?
ther the delivery to toe marshal waa a delivery
to Dupery, UKI placed the matter beyond the )
eontroi of FretWant 0rast. lt had been con?
tended that when ? panton bad received the
Signatare of the. .Resident and the seal
of the Bute Departpb en t jt wat a oompleted
a ct, and hud passed beyond the power of revo- '
ca^9ti,but SV(JadgeBUtonford) did not think
wo- .Tba btfentUm o/, a ,fte*udont to grant a
pardeo it, even after the pardon has brno is
tined, aimp.y a matter ot intended favor au til
the ant is made oom ?> le ta by a legal delivery.
To make a legal delivery the pardon most
either be pat in the personal possession of the
person for whom it is intended, or of the offi?
cer who bas him in custody. The marshal had
no control of Dupuy, who was in the custody
of tbe warden of the penitent ?arv. It is a pre?
rogative of the Presidential office to stop a
pardon at any time before delivery. Such stop?
page ra not a revocation, aa the pardon is not
complete. The Presidential offiov; never dies.
If President Johnson had a righi, to recall, e.?
had President Grant.
-It seems that the Paraguayan war is not
over yet. L >pez must nave nine liveB, like a
cat. He has been beaten from pillar to post
and had reverses enough to discourage any or?
dinary mortal, but he disputes every foot ot
ground available for defence and rises from
every fall, no matter how hard. Strangest of
alLhe seems to infuse his oourage and energy
into all his people, and they follow and cline to
him wherever he goes. He keeps a watchful
eye upon his assail nt s and shows them at
times that his claws are as long and sharp SB
ever. It may bs that m iny a day will yet pass
before the mountain oat is driven from bis
(astnease3 or bis shrill cry cease .o strike terror
amone his toes. By the latest advices, the
correspondent of a Kew Turk paper writes :
Ho ia still in his retreat among the spurs of
the Cordi lloras, where hts faw veterans are
preparing t"> hazard tho ir all. He s said to have
taken there about twenty guns and to bave made
about as many*more, nd he gathers forage,
sweeps in herses, and brings m old men and
boys. His men are employed as spies and
so nts so as to swarm over the country. There
is no movement of the allies that he does not
know of at once. Since Dooember 27 pursuit
ot Lopez has been talked of, but not yet under?
taken. About the middle of April nearly all
the troops m Asuncion moved oat in three di?
vergent bands, but they have not gone far
enough to endanger either themselves or Lo?
pez. The only thing looking like activity wan
the sun iriso of a regiment of Braz?ian cavalry.
Tbey were encamped at Ire joey Bridge, which
la being repaired, and were going ont one day
to pasture their horse? when they were sur?
prised by a body ot Paraguayans, who dashed
down? on them and earned off their horses.
The sorry cavalrymen, on foot, were then
attached, and nearly all were killed or captured.
The war is now on ? round that allows of the
strategy of the native wild Paraguayan, where,
tvrtb natural defences and with native modes,
ka opposed to the Brizilian, one man counts
I WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1889
The Virginia Elections.
The political contest in Virginia is grow
tag exceedingly waria, and the people are
tppacently aroused to the necessity of m ak
Inga desperate struggle to avoid being sad
iled with negro rule in ita most offensive
form. The maia choice is between the in?
famous Underwood constitution, with Wells
ts Governor and a negro as Lieutenant
Jo vernor, and the expurgated constitution,
vi th Walker as Governor. ? If the expurga -
ad constitution ba adop ted, the people will
>e rid of the obnoxious clauses relating to
liafranohieement abd the test oath. With
mt these it is bid enough; bat in Mr.
iValker, a Northern man, the Virginians
rill have ? Governor who ie at least a con
lervative and law abiding eitisen. It is
nie that the people may Tote squarely,
igainst the constitution; bat it is not likely
hat this extreme step will be taken. The
sagt prominent men ia the State advise the
leople to vote for Walker and the expurga
ed constitution, and it ia known that Gen?
ital Lee-ia himself a host-recommends
hat this course be pursued.
It ia urged that the Walker movement is
he work of polltioiana who are now shelved,
ind who desire a return to political life
X thia be the truth, we see no eridenos of
t ia the o ol um us of-the Virginia press.
Ja the contrary, the leaders whom the peo?
ria trust-men of the sword as well asmen
if the robe-are nearly unanimous in ex
lorting them to give all their time and ea
irgy to securing the adoption of the amen
led constitution sad the election of Hr
Virginia, with her large white popal a
ion, may be acting wisely; the Old Domin
on, confident ia her white strength, may
?enture what this Stat? cannot. The danger
if oompromiae measures is not felt at the
Bornent of their aoeeptanoe. Their peril is
a their tende noy to lower the piton of pnb
Le sentiment, and to ohange by degrees the
tanderd of right and wrong. When the
ta of July is past, and the constitutional
lection is over, ether and graver quos
lons will arise; and if Virginia, following
till a compromise polioy, resolves to eleot
iren one negro to office, for the sake of
?earing the electio a of an hundred white
aen, the Mother of States will have sealed
ter ?wa rain and made certain, for years,
he moral and political degradaren of her
Hew Telegraph Lin??.
We leam from the Montgomery Mail of j
he *8ia inst., that a powerfal company ia |
irgaaiied and will eemmenoe operations at
a early day toward building new telegraph
Ines between Washington and New Orleans,
D ooanect with lines now under construe
lon in the North and West.
Tue company, we understand, is compos
d of men of ampio means and experience
M engineers and telegraphists tu the North,
nd aomn of the mist ao.ive and prominent
len in the South.
It is understood that the ns w linea will
e built and work id aa part of the oheap
estai system no w attracting so muon pub
io attention, and that the new company
rill make nae of all the Utoat inventions
a telegraphy, each as the compound steel
nd copper wira, no superior te all other
i pawer, and of sueh strength as to
equlre but twelve ar fourteen poles to the
aile, in place of thirty to forty, aow used
ri th the ordinary wire.
Th? Brook? Insulator, which ?conomise?
he Strength or the current from ten to
brty per cent., will also be used, together
ri th the new "donnie . transmitter,'' by
rhioh maseegsa can be seat both ways ?a
he same wire at the ?ame time, thus doab
Ing the capacity of the line. ?.
We aee no reason, with the improvements
afar red to, why th? new company should
ice be able - to furnish telegraph facilities at
iheap rates, and we earnestly hope their
?ff or ta towards this and will be aaoeessfuL
Admiral Memme?1 Book.
BzBTias APLOAT Dr/xryo rai WAH BKTWKKH
THE STATES. BJ Admiral Baphael Sommes,
o? tho late Confederate States Nary. Balti?
more : Kell v ?V Piet. Charleston : John Bus?
This is destined to be a popular book at the
South. Dealing with a subject of rare and ab?
sorbing interest, the gallant author treats it
with a free pen and -with un iistrnised feeling.
The story of the cruises and servie ea of the
Admiral, from the period of his withdrawal
from the Federal navy to the cloao of the war,
embracing tbe operations of his two ships, the
Sumter ana the Alabama, their blockade run?
nings, captures and sea fights, forms a narra?
tive full of dramatic incident and bold adven?
ture; and thoso who, through the four years of
blood and ruin, have striven with eager gaz9 to
follow the vengoful course of the Confederate
cruisers upon the main, will gladly walcome in
this book the first authentic record (on the
Southern side ) of a phase of the war about
which so much has been said and so little
really known. The chief blemish of the work
is the uniform bitterness of tone which marks
every reference of the author towards bis late
antagonists. Indeed, although the people
whom be championed so effectively on the high
seas will be indulgent oritioa of tho brave
Admiral's book, it must be said that had he
confined himself more strictly to the facts be
narrates and tndulred a little less liberally in
comment, it would have added much to the
historical value, to say nothing of the good
taste of the memoirs which he has given us.
The volume has been put forth by the Balti?
more pub ishers, M lesrs. Kelly & Piet, in very
handsome style, being printe 1 in 'arge, clear
type, and illustrated with numerous beautiful
oolored plates. It is sold only by subscription.
John Bussell is the agent for Charleston, and
Mr. Bicbard Caldwell, Jr., the canvassing
fest an* /rani).
TW?VT Y-FIY K DOLI. \RS REWARD,
stolen fros the subscriber on 16th June, a
CHESTNUT Bt?M^Bt, aoont tlx years olj, Mick
lea*, scar on len bind foot between npper and tower
Jointe. Abovi reward will be paid for ber delivery
at i-uuamerville, 3. O. BICHO. 8 PB IN G.
LUST. ON 1 HE AP I'KRNOON OF
Jone -dst, a CHILDS GOLD BRACELET,
with owner's name engraved on the clasp, lhe
finder will recelv i a suitable reward by lean nj? the
same at I HI* OFFICE. 1_Jone 23
STOL.KN, Fttua ?ma. UVH Y >MUKK,
in Colleton Concty, two mt'ea irom Walterboro',
on the night of the 10th April last her only MA BK.
lhe alareis black, and rather low for her length,
but well buut; her body looa; both tore feet and
one bind foot ara white, and branded on the shoul?
der S. & The Mare was followed fifteen miles above
Walterboro'. in the direction of Boro well. A whiie
man was riding her. Mrs. Smoke could not hive
the thief lollowed for want of moana, and her little
crop must be los', without help. Any information
relative to the Mare will be thankfully received. Di?
rect to Mrs. L. SMOKE, Walterboro', Colleton Coun?
Pissalntipa of Cfpirtirrslw.
DISSOLUTION OP < OPART > EU8HIP
The firm existing under ike nssse of 8ATA8
fe MARINAS was dlesol'td on the 1st by the with
draws! of Mr. MaRIlAfJ, who returns his thanks to
bia friends and customers for their liberal patronage,
and respectfully solicits a continuance of the sam?
In bSJSlf of bi* late copartner, Mr. SAYAS, who will
conduct tho badness <n future at the old aland. No.
SO MiBKEr-STBKiT, one door west or Meetlug
street, north aide. A. MARIN A*.
Wholes ile and Bet ill Dealer and Manufacturer of
Havana Segare choice brands of lobacco, and a fine
isfortment of Pipes constantly on band.
June .3 . wfmS
THIS SUBSCRIBE RS H IVE FORA1ICD
a Copartnership nuder the name ot J. H. QB&
Ft?R ti co.. to carry on the Wholesale and He all
JBOJEBY M??tN KSS, at No. 936. eas- sile of King.
;arnar of King and BeM streets. They will be
rrateful for pstroaag?,and will by a c >n-tant supply
)t cheap and very b?st of Groceries, merit sa anon.
J. H. G ft .\ VE lt.
June 21 m*f3 J. GHAYEU.
^ME RICAN TONTINE
Life and Savings Insurance Co.
Yo. 4 MARYLAND BUILDINGS, BALTIMORE
DB. WU. M. POST, Medical Examiner.
THOMAS E. COURTENAY, Manager.
BRANCH OF Fl CK, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Da. THOMAS L. OGIBB, Medical Examiner.
JOHN KIRKLAND, Ja., General Agent.
CHARLES rOS BOA LD BEFEB?NCE'
Hon. ALFRED LI CG ER.
W Q .MAGRA t B. Esa., President 8. 0. B. B.
Hon. J. B. CAMP HELL, Attorney at Law
THtO. D. WAGNER, Esq., ot J. Fraser A Co.
ANDBtW SIMONOS, ?sq., President Flr.t Na?
BOBKBV MURE, Esq . of Messrs. B. Mure A Co.
EDWARD LAFtf lt, ot Ed. Lafitte fe Co.
colonel J. B. E. 8LOAN, ( otten Factor.
W. A. CO UR L'EN A Y, Esq., of Messrs. Courtenay A
H. t?. OLNEY, Esq., of Messrs. 0 ney fe Co.
Havl'ia been app luted Qpuer?l Aeont for North
ind south Carolina for the abovj reliable a id popn
ar Life Insurance Company, I am prepared to re
:eive application? at reasonable rates ana on favor?
able terms. JOHN KIRKLAND. Ja.
' office for th? present at Messrs. Courtenay fe
Trenholm's Union Wharf wsSmos June 2
yOU Ul'GUT TO INSURE IN TUB
FOB THE FOLLOWING REASONS :
1st Because lt la a home Institution mam.ged and
antrolled by your owa citizens.
2d. Because it la the only monied institution of
be kind that loans its funda m the States from which
hey are derivea.
3d. Because it le purely mutual; ?Il policyholders
share i i its profits or esrnings. Its large and m.
sreaslng assets belong exclusively to the policy
4tb. Because its rates are l wer than thoso of most
>ther companies- And its dividends wQl be larger.
Sta. Became lt invests tts funds st rate* of interest
iTsraging ten per cent., while Eastern comp inlet*
atm average less than seven per cent Thia makes
he dividends of the ASSOC! at on larser and the rates
>f premium smaller. One hundred dollars improved
it six per cent for fifty * ear? will amount to $1,812 ol
[he same amount invosted at <en per cent will pro
lure $11 739 0?. Difference in f?vo.' of the ten per
rent, inve-tmcat $0,?97 08.
6th Because vou ousht to Insur ? in a success lui in
itimtio'i, and the tile Association of Amener la ac
mowledered by i's enemie- a- well os ils tr?enos tc
>c by far t c moet succ-ssful af., insurance institu
ion of it* ase in the United states.
S*ET ASSETS OF THIS DEPARTMENT IN?
VESTED IN 1HI8 COMMUNIT?.
5100,000 deposited in lhe Insuracc* Department
5f the Male of Missouri (accord.ngto law for the
protection of policy holders.
EL G. LOPER, Pres'nt ?'aubier People's Nkf. Bank),
?v. G. GIBBES, vice-President |W. G. Whiiden at Co.)
?. E. JENKINS, at. D., Medical Examiner.
rOHK a STEELE (of North. Steele fe Wardell.)
X IRVINE WALKER (Wslker, Evans fe Cogswell.)
i. W. AIM AB, DroffRlst
3. T. PEAKE. Gen'i Supermtendent 8. C. Banroad.
J. F. PA * KN EN, Drugsist
). H. SILCOX. Wbolesale and Be tail Furniture,
ls. P. CART EIC , Seeretaury and A KC nt,
March 20 lyr So. 40 Broad-street
UENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
So. SS Waurreit-street.
PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THB PUR
WISE of aQ kinda of MERCHANDISE. Boots,
Ihoes. Hats, Ca a tad Trunks, sid Stn? ar Goods ?
Oonstgaeaenis of all kmds ol Staple Articles and
leneral Produce solicited.
Prompt rv turns gut-anteed.
- Late of Ch arl?, ton. 8. C
mi-We? Xl y Price Currents seat fm by post,
"lauary 28 nae Sm os
WAVTKD, A SMALL GIRL, WHU K
preferred) to take care or a child and make
beraelt generally use!al. Apply at No. ?3 LaUKKNH
HlKEEi._!._ Jone SS
WAMKD, BY A CO LOK RD WOMAN,
a place aa nurse in some family leaving the
ciiy. Good recommendations will he given a note
addressed io ?H. J.," at lax fcrws. office, will re
oelre prompt attention. 2* Jans 28
WAFTED, A CO.tlPKTfc-NT CHILD'S
NURSE ; one that eau come well recommend?
ed. Apply at OLNBr A CO.'S LIME WOBK 1, next
Savanna li and Ohirleston Railroad.
WANTED. A YUL W Gr, GOOD TEMPE lt -
ED COLORED WOMAN, ss norse for two
children. Apply st No. 2 ATLAN TIC-S 1 BEBT.
Janeas . 1
WANTHD, A WHIVIC GIRL TO Ml KD
a child. Apply at so. 47 8BIIH-HiKEttt,
near Calhoun. 1* June 23
IIMV1EU, A WHITE W OMAN TO
Tr take charge of children. Beferences required.
Apply at TH I ?> OFFICE. 1 Jane '23
WANTED, A MAN SERVANT AT TflB
southwest corner of THOMAS ANi> WARKEM
ClRPKNTKRS WANTED-TWO GOOD
B&NCHHANDS; good wsges andsleidy work.
Apply at P P. lOALb's sash Factory, Horlbeck's
wharf, near Northeastern Railroad Depot.
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
WASH, and do hOJSework. Recommenda?
tions required. Apply st No 125 QUEEN-ITKEEr,
second hou-e shove Trspaiann. 2? June 33
WANTKD, FIFTY TIMBEU CCTTKUS
to work along line Savannah and Charleston
Bailroad; payment made by the piece and wage i paid
weekly, nanda caa have it so arranged that their
families eau draw their wages or pa t in char.onion.
Applj !0 F CA>PBELL'o Wood Yaid, Last Bay,
near Bufl's Foundry._6*_Jone 21
ll/ANTED, A STKAUV INDU TUIKLS
V V MAN to run a Circular Saw. Inqnbe at No.
161BEAUFAIN-S1B jj I*._June 21
WANT " A), A SM* LL HOUSE, OF I HB EE
or toar ro >m?, with kitchen, in the central
part of tho city. Bent not to exceed $20 j.er mor th.
Address -M.." st this Office._Jone 17
WA NT EU, BV A M A lt lt 1 KO MAN, A
situation in ?orne Cotton Hill -ontb or South?
west; ts acquainted With all bron rh es, having work?
ed in them all, but should sleet WEAVING as a
choice i ar?ps wishing to engsge 6U>-h s person
.ii) please sddressa note, stating terms, to JOHN J.
KELLY, No. IIS ftate-atreet, Boaton. May 2?
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Address, with atamp, & F. HOWE, No. 639 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa. 3nios aprils
WANTED. EVEUYBOOY TO SUB?
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. BIGHTEB'S Select Library of New
Books contains sil of the latest publics tiona.
April 21_No. 161 KING-STBEET.
WANTED, KV KU Y BODY TO KNOW
that JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plain and
ornamental, is executed promptly in the neatest '
style and at the lowest New York prices, at 1 HZ
News Job Office, No. 14 J EAST BAY. Call and ex?
amine the scale of prices before giving your erders
el se where._
WANTED. AGENTS FOR THE AMERI?
CAN FAKMEBS' HOBSE BOOK, in both Eng?
lish and German, by Robert stewart. V. M., of Miss,
i he work covers the whole ground of tho breeding
and raising, and the treatment o. horses and mules,
bo'.h in sickness and health. It has won ita wav to
popular favor, and is to-day the most popular and
bett Kelling Horne Book out. Address C. F. YEN
Publisher, Cincinnati..O. 6mo* March 19
month, everywhere, male snd female, to in'
trounce the GEN OL NE IMPROVED COMMON
SENsE FAMILY SAWING MACHINE, lhis ma?
chine will stich, hem, fell, tuck, quilt, cori, bind,
braid and embroider in a most superior manner
P. Ice only SIS. Fully warranted for five years. Wo
will pay $1000 tor any michino that will sew
stronger, more beautiful, or n ore elastic seam thin
ours. It makes the 'Elastic Lock Stitch" Every
second -titel: can be cut. and still the c'oth cannot
be pulled apart without tearing lt. We piy agents
from $75 to $200 per m mth snd expenses, or s com?
mission from which twinn tbat amount ran be made.
Address, SECOMB A CO., PITTSBURG, PA.; ST.
LO?IS. MO , or BOSTON. MASS.
CAI'HON.-Do not be imposed upon by othar
parties palming off worthlo* cae -iron machines,
under tho same name or othorwise. Ours is the
only genuine and really practical cheap machine
manuiictured. 78 Mav 4
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE AND
pleasantly situated H O U s F-five rooms,
dressing room and pantry, fine yard, Ac-In st
Ph'lip-Btrtct, opposite the Charleston Col'ege, Ap?
ply at No. 44 ST. PHILIP-SI BEET.
June 23 1*
rKKNT, A SUITE OFT WO OK THREE
ROOM-, first floor, with u?e of piazza. Apply
at No. 95 "T. PH1LIP-S TB BET, above Radcliffe.
Juno 21 mwf3?
YE RT DESIRABLE STORK* AND
RESIDENCE TO BENT.-To hent. 8TOBE and
rooms above, in King street, east side. 1st door
above Wentwrth street. Inquire at LORENTZ'S
Segar Store, northeast corner ot Klngsnd Wentworh
streets. Jone 32
TO RENT. TllK. Ft.i -As ANTI.Y SITU?
ATED TWO AND A HALF S TO KY BEM
D/NCE, No. 5 Gadsden-slreot, oppo-lte Wentworth.
Apply st CH AR LE-1 ON STEAM SAW MILL.
TO UK NT. ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
a first-elan j newly renovated DOUBLE PIiZZ A
HOUSE, containing niue room* and kneen. The
whole premises ere substantially fenced in, snd in?
clude a wei of fl ie witer; the house is well furn'sh
ed and may bs so ren>d. or the furniture for sule.
Apply at IHK DAILY NKW8 OFFICE. June 3
?KAL K ST ATE AGENTS, ANO OIHEttS
having bouses to reot, can have their Placirds,
&c. printed at the lowest rates and in the newest
and neatest stvles of upe, at THE NEWS JOB OF
HE, No. 149 East Bay
FUR S ?LE, A GOOD SCHOONER,
built of Uvposk. carrying 30 cords wood ; wu!
be sold low at BKANl'o SHIP YA KD.
June 3 wlm
STEAM ENGINES FOR s A L.E CHEA F,
if applied fer immediately
(1) One 13 horse Portable ENGINE
(ll One 4-Lo rae Portable Engine.
il) One S-horse-power ENGINE, in good condition.
CAMERON. BARKLEY A CO.,
Northeast corner Meetiag and Cnmberland-streetB.
UCTIONEEKS, B KOK ERS, A N D
others wishing "1 or Sale" Placards, Business
Cards, or other Job Printioa executed with neat?
ness and dispatch, will consult their interest by leav?
ing their orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 Ea>i Bay.
/TlIIOUAS COUNTY Gt., PLANTATION
X FOR SALK_I offer for sale a PLANTATION
in Thomas County, four tuiles from tuomn-viile,
conel'tiug of twelve hun '.red and two audabalf
acres flint qua i y Land, wit i trcoJ Deviling, Ca ian.
Kitchen, barns, -"tables Glu-house. Oin Packing
screw RtaeksmUh ?bop. A?, all und r good fence;
five hundred acr-'j cle.ir.-d. babnee heavily Um cr
ed. lhere aro tbrco hundr. d ucrc-s nf virgin b lru
mock-bounded ou thu uortb siJo liv the AtUuMc
and Gulf llallr.ad; on tue sonni by tac Monticello
road, and th" new railroad from Albany will come
within half a mlle of hi> Plantation
lhere i? a never-fa?iaa creek of fine water run?
ning through thc Plantation; a'so fl vc wells an I two
well stocked fish ponds on the premises.
Ibis place ii kuown as the ' seward Ho ne Place,"
being formerly tho property of Hon Jam? L kew
The Mules. Horses and other Stock, with adi the
Wagons and Agricultural Imploro tits, will be sold
with the place on reasonable terms.
For partioulara, apply to
'A. sr tv KN? Au: "PLA. Ga.
Orto A.P. WRIGHT, ThomasvlUe, Gi.
Or LJ. GUILM BIT V A CO, Havannah. Ga.
P. 8.-There are two churches and two school-) in
Thosaasvllle, Ga., fine chm ate and good neighbors.
June 7 Imo
FOK SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
any quinary. l?ice 75 cents per hundred.
The cheapest wrappins paper that can be used. Ap?
ply st the Offlco of THE N EW8.' March 1
J W. ? L. G. WELLS dc CO.,
PBODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
BiO. 114 WEST PRATT-STKEE r.
RECEIVE AND SELL ON COMMISSION ALL
We guarantee bittest market p:ic?a and prompt
returns for aO consignments to eur house, stencil
Plates furuisfied free of charge. amos May 3
I. O. O. F.
SOUTH CAROLINA. LODGE NO. 1.
THE BEOULAB WHEE LY KEE TING 07 THIS
LODGfc w?T be held Trna ETEWIXU, at Eight
By order. T. W. CANNON,
ORANG t? IV JJ ti H, Bo. 14, A. F. 1H.
TBE M FM BEhS OF THE L0D"3 F, ABB HEREBY
. northed that tho Tyler ?di oe ia attendance at
MA onie Hill THIS AFTERNOON, between the boara
of S ?ni 7. to famish all th"te who can participate tn
the celebratloa of "ot. John's Day" wita their Re?
galia. . THOMAS s. BES.
nine 23 _ Secretary O TM
ZBKDBBABKL CHAPTER, HO. ll, R.
AN EXTRA CONVOCATION OF THE ABOVE
OH*P l RR will be held J HIS Emtrao, at
Eight o'clock, at Masonic Hall. Candidates for the
M. fi. M. and B. A. Degrees are requested to be
By order M. E. H. P. E. N. JEANNERETT,
WASHINGTON LO OG E. No. S, A. F. AI.
rE MEMBEBS OF TBIS LODQK WILL AS?
SEMBLE at Masonic Ba>l lo-Moaiow (Thurs?
day) M ons mo, Jnne 24th, st half-past -even o'clock,
to unite in the celebration of Ht. John's Day, ac
The Lodge will leave the Hall precisely at Eight
By order of W. M. 0. B. 6IGWALD.
Jane 23 2 Secretary,
I.NK'N CHAPTER, No. 3, R.A. M.
COMPANIONS DE-IfiOUAOF PARTICIPATING
In the Festivit?s of Mon at Pleasant, ore re?
quited to meei at Masonic Hall. TO-MOBBOW,
(Jbursday) MORNING, at Seven O'ctvk. Transient
and vi -iting Brothers are respectfully invited to
spend the dav with as
Bv order of tho M. E. BL P.
. June 23 PHILIP AUSTIN, Secretary.
THE NEW8 JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 Est?t Bay,
Executes all kinda of PLAIN ?and
FANOT PRINTING with neatness ;and
The best work guaranteed at leas than
New Tork prices.
EVEBY DESCRIPTION OF
BRIEFS, PAMPHLETS, POLICIES
CABD3, CIRCULARS, N0TE3
BILL-HEADS, POSTEES, BECEIPT9
TICKETS, D3UG LABELS, ic, kc.
AS WELL AS
LAW BLANKS of every description,
Printed at ths shortest no. Ice, and
cheap for cash, at
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
RAILROAD AGES fi,
And all those who have JOB PAINTING
todo, will find it to their Interest lo collat
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 Cavst Bay.
A large and well assorted stock of
PAPERS and MATEBIAL kept on hand,
from which se'ections may be made.
OUR FBIENDS IN THE COUNTBY
may send their orders to
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
And rely upon their receiving the same
attention and being ulled aa promptly
and as cheaply as if given personally.
Our Job Department ls in charge of
Mr. J19. T>. PARRY, a practical and ex?
perienced Job Printer, who will affoid
every faultily pos.dWc iu the execution of
A d'1 res J
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
A H T ? 1? .
CITY SIX PER CENT. STOCK
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock.
Apply to JAMES M. SHACK ELFORD,
Jone 22 2 Broker. No. 14 Broad street
Jg A N K K H 8 ,
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS AND MER?
CHANT?, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of any description, c:n get their orders
filled promptly and in the neatest style, at cheap
ratea, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, NaT
140 East Bay.
ON ST. JO EN'S DAT,
Jane ?4, I860.
ETIWAX LODGE, No. 95, A. F. M., WILL CELE?
BRATE St. Jobas' Day, Juae 24, 1869, at Mount
Tho various Delineation*, Lodpos, and Chapters
will assemble at Market wuarr, a*quaner-past Light
o'clock t. M., where ao extra boat of the Ferry line
will convey them to Mount Pleisact. There they
will be met by Etiwan Lodge and conducted to their
A procession will lhere he foi med under tho direc?
tion or the Grand Marena', ard marched to the grove
wberean oration viii be delivered by R. W. Brother
L. SOM I RS HOIST, Junior Grand Warden of the
G'and Lodge of South Carolina.
The various Lodges and Chapters aro f.aicma'ly
invited to participate
Ample arm fitments have been made to contribute
to thc enjoyment of all.
The public are respectfully invited to attend.
F. GREGOitlK. ) Oom. of Arrangements,
GEO. F KINLOCH.! Etiwan Lodge,
JOHN V. Du PB E. J No. 35.
June 2? 1
LA CANDEUK LODGE, No. 36, AND WAL
H ALLA LuDOE, NO. 66,
Schmetienslalz, on Thursday, Jane 24.
The Fraternity are respectfully invites to attend.
Tho Omnibuses will Ii ave Liae-atreat at 9 o'clock
A. M., and e v r ry fifteen min?tes during tho day.
Jone 23 2*
NEW ORLEANS OIBO?S
Organized lSOS-Q,uadruplcd 1869.
THE LARGEST AGGREGATION
OF EQUESTRIAN, GTMNA8TIC, ATHLETIC
and Acrobatic Artiste, Zoological and Ornithological
Speclmeis ever consolidated in one instructive
amusement combination, nnmbering
MOBS BEAUTIFUL LADIES,
QUEENS IN THEIR RESPECTIVE AND PLEAS?
MORE DA5HIKO MALE ARTISTS,
More Trained Horses,
A LARGER MENA OERIE,
BETTER MUsIC, GREATER NOVELTIES.
A more Splendid anl Commodious Outfit than ever
before presented to the people of the South,
WILL EXHIBIT IX CHARLE TON,
? ednfidsj and 1 horsday. June 23 di 84,
At Two and half-past Seven, Afternoon and
Night, each day. '
Colonel C. T. AMES.Proprietor.
DOC CHAMBERS.Business Manager.
Capiain J. L. BB KISS.Treasurer.
The almost inexhaustible resources of this colossal
orginlzinon will be displayed in a
GRAND STREET PR0C?S3I0N,
At 10 A. M. WEDNESDAY, 2 ld Inst.
In which, in a Mitton to the retinue of gorgeous
apparelled Ladles and Gentlemen, the herd of gaily
caparisoned Horses and elfin Ponies, Trained E e
phant and Camels, Dens and Cages of Wild B< asrs,
the specialty not even attempted by auy other Circus
or M?nagera on earlh, of turning
LIONS, TIGSRs AND . EOPARDS LOOSE IN THE
WiU form a Scene of Or iee Ml Grandenrand Thrill?
ing Interest beyoud the possiblely ol equalling, and
second only la attraction to the prowess af
SIGNOR ir A ELLA EUGENIE AND HEBB
LE NO EL,
As disp'ayed in the Tena of the Savage Monsters at
49> Fo<- fui] particulars ?t>e Mammon th Posters,
Descriptive B Ils, Lithographs, Pam phi? ts Ac,
June 18 6
ATSl HATS: HATSI
THE bUBSCBIHER BEGS IO CALL THE AT?
TENTION of the public that be is now prepared to
Clean Press ana make new all styles of beavers,
Straw, bilk and Panama HAT?, at a very low figure.
I.. BOOJAbSON, French Hatter,
June 22 6* No. 114 King-street.
gOUTHK RA LA NUS WANTED.
W. C. ALDEN & CO.,
BEAL ESTATE OFFICE,
Na 34X PINE-STREET. NEW YORK CITY.
THE ABOVE FIRM HAVE ESTABLISHED A
Special Department for the Baylor and Selling of
Southern BEAL EiXATT, City and Country. They
have placed Mr. J. M. MORGAN (late ot Charleston,
S. C ,) at the head of thu br inch ol 1 heir bu-ine.tj.
Parties sri?hlag to ic'.l property in the New York
mirket will Hui tr to their advantage to address the
above ti rr.
Mr. MO EG AN refer- to Messrs. G. A. TBESHOLX
& FON, Charleston, s. c.
June 7 nie Imo
A N S I O N II O V S K ,
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
THE ABOVE LONG ESTABLISHED, DELIGHT?
FUL HOTEL has inst been placed ia suoertor order
to accommodate guests during the rammer. .
is. SWANDALE, Proprietor.
June 16 wfmfl
gT- CLOUD HOTEL.
THIS NEW AND COM MOI IOOS HOUSE, LOCAT?
ED corner ot Broadway and Forty-eecond-street,
possesses advantages over ali other houses for the ac?
commodation o; its ene? ts. It was built exp resal y
for a flM-cNss family board mg hons?-the rooms
being largo end on suite, heated by steam-with bot
and cold w.ter. and furnished rtcoai to nose; while
the culinary department is io the roost experienced
bonds, affording guests an un o qua U? d table.
one of Atwood's Patent Elevatum ls also among
tue '-modern improvements" and at the service ol
guests at all hours.
The Broadway and University PISCM Cars pass the
door every four' minutes, rac nm./ fron* the City
Hall to Central Pack, while thesixthani-evenib
Avenue lines are bat a abort, block on either aloe,
affording ample facilities for common testing arith ail
the depots, steamboat landings, olacca of abase?
ment and business ol the great metropolis.
MUKH dc HSLLEY, Proprietor*.
M arch 12 Ca.'?
tomt?ts ont JtiuctUntm.
BALES PBIHE NOKTH BTV PB HAT.
?trJKJ Landing lion steamar Oh am pion, ?ai
Adair's Whsrf. For sale low, wuUe IsadtbsT, by
Jua? ?_3 JOBS CAMP?KN k CO.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA, a NSW, AGBESA
BLE, mostdeidiob a d healthy food, used
for Paddings, Jellies, B ana Manse, Ice Cream,
Griddlecakes, 8oa.pt, fte , put np iu 1 IS? pack?
ages, with dlreetlons fer oas.
Deehcat-d cocoanut f>r Plea, Paddings, Cakes,
Atc, put up in half th packages, w th directions.
Sweet Oil, i" rr ach and American iu half piata, pinta
and q taris.
Cider ona White Wlae VI neg ir. warranted pore
Fresh Roasted i> lo Cstfee, of Rood quality, at 36o.
Just received and for sale by
CO-OPEB A . PVE dBi ic EBV STORE,
Southwest corn<r Meeting ana Market streets.
Goods delivered tree. May 38
JUST IIECK1VED ANO FOB, SALK
WHOLESALE ABO BET AIL. Bi DR.
H. BABB, No. 131 SIBSTIN G>
BISON'S TOBACCO ANTI DO IB
Bose's Conch Syrup
hcbenk's Palmonic Syrup
8cbenk's Seaweed Tonic
fcpears' Fnut f reserving Solutioa
German Blooo or 'Kaiser" Fills, Ac . fee.
Fleming's Worm Coatectiona
Wi-ght'd H (ju ven sting Elixir
Churchill's y<ap HypopbospbJts of Lima
Van Deneen's Worm ? ou'ecuoas
Hurley's Wo m Candy
Bardo tte'* Worm sugar Drop?
Cephalic Fids %
Sehalleubemer'a Fever and Ague Pills
McLane's Liver rlll?
Lion'? Vegetable Fills
arasteU's HOOtnfshjBjtnp for Children Teething
Jayne's Exp ec o rant
Jayne's Laxative Pills
Badway's Beany Belief
Baa wa? 'a K. Pills
B dway's Beadv hesorvent, June 91
pnil?ing JHitrriolfj <?tf.
A CAROO OF PRIME QUALITY. For sale by
June 18 fmwS W. a BEE & CO. _
g T SAH SASH, BLIND
L. E. CORDRAY & CO.,
No. 2 PB I TV HARDS TR EST,
OPPOSITE J. F. TAYLOR A CO.'8 MACHINS
SASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, always
ou band ^
PANEL DOORS, HOT HOUSE SASHES,
MOULDINGS, Ac, made up at short no?
tice, and at the lowest terms.
L. E. COBOBAT..0. A. TB00CH1
March 33 . . Smo
-poOK BUYERS WILL FIND IT TO
TBEIB ADVANTAGE TO CONSULT THIS
The List win be Changed at least Once a Week.
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