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-Gold closed in New York yesterday at 37 ?.
-Cotton closed very .firm ; sales 2500 bales;
noddling 33c. .?
'-Cotton in Liverpool yesterday closed quiet;
sales 12 OOO bales ; uplands 12] d.
-Church bells were rang in honor of Pre?
tender's Winning the Derby.
-Ajournai ad voe it to g vegetarian principles
is printed in Germany, aod circulates a thou
-The Japanese, ia bringing living plants to
this country, wrap their roots in a mixture of
earth abd carrots groaud together.
-There axe 570 Smiths, 190 Schmidts, 53
Schmitts, and. a number ol' Sm its, Schmids,
Sohmidlins, Smitzsrs and Smyths, in Cincin?
'-Molal for statues being scarce ia En gland,-J
tho bronze which lately stood in the form of a [
statue of Sir Robert Peel was melted down and
recast i?fco a statue of Lord Palmerston.
-"Twice Ref used," "Simple is a Dove,*
"Fatal Zero," "A Woman's Errors," "Nether- j
ton-on-Sea," ' Found Dead," and "The Buck?
hurst Volunteers," are titles of recent English j
novels, by writers not specially known to fame.
-There ia a little girl, ten years old, io Ken?
tucky, who has never spoken- to her father.
She converses freely with, any one else, but
wht n nor father speaks she is silent, She has
been whipped lor her obstinacy, but persists i
saying that aha has tried to speak to blur"and
-"ALhalifth" ia the title of a new Jewish
novel^rrricrrCarleton publishes in a few daye
* The 'scene is bul ia. Palestine during the
reign of David, and the events of this period
with the wo aliar social laws bf the Jaws, offer
a rich field haetofore singularly overlooked by
-Apr^e^Wferin Cal.?onna iisaravoated
a new method for Bairn ming auk. He fi? a fine
gau* sieve to a hoop of the size ol the pan
The nuit is theo poured into the pan so as to
a little more, than cover the sieve. When the
cream has risen tho hoop is lifted, and t he
cream ? thoa com iletely removed. .
-Tho great diamand found at. the Cape of
Good Hoper has arrived in England, It weighs
eignry-tireo karst s and had an insurance upon
. it during the.voyage.of 230.000. The royalty
claims keep ailont thoae who have discovered
other gems,bot mention is made of one other
diamond for. which ?1900- was- offered and re?
fusait - The search for - gold ia the locality
does not seem tb promise very great results.
~- im A |SBi,sais^?ii~m''g?la?; ow iimuuear ct
newapap.ra to the effoct that three thousand
duels were fought last year in the German
univerflitiea. Any one at all acquainted with
the way m which duels are fought in German
universities will not. be at all shocked at this,
or think that German students mut be avery
bloodthirsty set ol. fellows. The" paragraph
simply means that about three thousand stn
dente made good their social footing in the
universities, and were worthy members of
"oban," fit to bare canes and pipes "dodi
oated" to them.
-A steam p.'ough experiment in New Jersey
lately was entirely successful. - In view of the
scarcity and changed condition of labor in the
South, the probabilities are that eventually
fanners having large tr?ete of land to cul?
tivate : there, will triturate th? soil with
ploughs driven by steam. Why should oot
every very large farm ha Ve ita steam en jr ?*? the
power to be applied to a molt i tode of 13 rnces | j
upon the plaoe? A little ingenuity might make
a small portable steam engine to do io muon
general work that a farm of a thousand or two |1
acres could be run by a very few bands.'
-The Agricultural Department has issued
its report foi tba months of May aod June. The
returns show a high average condition of
wheat j and indicate a good prospect of an
abundant crop, if no casualties occur before or
aft ar the harvest. It should be observed, how?
ever, that the size ana succulence or the stalk
favor? lodging;or laying, which is reported as
already somewhat serious inparts ot the South
and West. Rye, barley, aacL other grains are
generally in fine, condition. The oom crop te
backward, and the latest reporto in regard to
cotton are favorable. The yield of small fruits
is uririeualiy abua<?Mt, with a fine promise for
?ioee' comteg id later in the season. Peaches
will ?? a rendent in New Jersey and Delaware, J ]
will be a tair eros io the West, sada short
sopply only in some localities in the Southern
States whare untimely froats prevailed. | g
-A new and daring experiment is noted by
the Pall Mall Gaset te : "The invariable failure
which has hitherto attended Baa ti Oil expedi?
tious to the Arctic regions bas induced two
Frenchmen, Messieurs Tiasandier sud de
Fouyfen?, to undertake tbe enterprise of reach?
ing Uta . ort h pole in s balloon. Tho rm carne
in wbioh tie bold adventurers are about to
embark po their penlloua journey, an J which is
appropriately named'Lo Pole Nord,'is now
being completed in tho Champs de Mars,
which the goverrmient have piase J at their
disposal for tuat purpose. Tue monster bal?
loon, beside which, even tin famous Geaut
would seem a mere toy, will conta in over 10,
0X) cub e metres of gas, and is composed en?
tirely ol cloth manufactured from caoutchouc,
woielTwill allow of great expansion in the
rarefied strata of the atmosphere. The seams
uniting ?he different pieces form a total length
of three Eagliah miles. The cir, a marvel, it
te sat 1, ol strength and lightness, is construct?
ed to carry ten passengers, four thousand
pounds ofbalfast, and provisions for a month.
We can only hope thia bold enterprise may be
attended with better rook than the aerial
flight of the Geaut in 1863."
-The New York Times edltorlal'y advocates
the immediate removal of all political restric?
tions from the ci tis ms of Southern Slates. It
says: "Practically,the8outh ia now just as
olearas tbs North of any purpose tn organise
resistance against Federal authority. The
suspension of kaboo* corpus, which the North?
ern people were- made to feel daring tbs war,
would be scarcely more out of Hmo, if revived
now; than are those civil di nihil i ti an atol vis?
ited upon the South. The" rebellion has for?
ever passed, and wHb-i* should pass forever
away from both parts of the rscamtij the last
glimmering ot its cruel necessities. Ti there
was aaystgnt?can:? rn the. test Pr?sid?e rial
etectisfut ws* just this which the people ol
both sections pr on OUDCOCI for. io uniting aa
they so generally did upon General Grant, wi;h
his watchword, 'Let us have Peace.' The
peace that waa then voted was no hollow pre?
text or sham affair. It waa honest, heartfelt
peace, springing from a sense of common bro?
therhood and common in ter eat-a peace sought
and found in its natural course, laid in liberal
forgiving sentiments, and in principles purely
pacific, as far removed as the poles from all in
tolciance and prescript ion. Despite of the oppo?
sition of the few malignante on either side, it
will yet bs the glory of this administration to
fulfil its assigned w?rk> DJ ^^^Stbis Peace
a genuine and grand reality." That the South
has for several years past ceased all resis?
tance against Federal an.hority, is a fact
which bsa only been disputed by the Radical
party tor the basest of purposes, and that
Grant s election was greatly facilitated by his
supposed pease "policy, is not to he denied.
Since the inauguration, however, hi? small cry
of peace has been drowned in a roar of Radi?
cal voices shouting forth, "Lei us hav < 'fice. '
It is to appease a portion of these coi', ants
that the South is still held in bondage and its
citizens disfranchised. Disturbances at tho
South are the mero pretences, and the only
real difficulty is in retaining Radicals in office.
Could that be overcome, enfranchisement
would soon follow.
SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 26, 1869.
Tue Cabinet Padding.
Mr. lime, Secretary of the Nary, has
resigned, and Mr. Geo. M. Robeson, of New
Jersey, has been appointed in his place.
This is another surprise giren to the people
by the Presidential joker. Of Borie little
enough was known, in all conscience ; but
who on earth is Robeson ? It was believed
that Admiral Porter would have the vacant
berth when Borle stepped ont of the navy,
but the gallant Admiral haa missed stays for
once, and must console himself as best he
Of the administration of Secretary Borie
there is little to be said. He has restored
an officer who was cashiered; he has order?
ed Ute spars of the Federal vessels to he
painted white instead of yellow, or yellow
instand of white, and he has changed the
Indian names of a large number of men-of
war to others of the Snapper and Growler
type. Mr. Robeson, whoever be may. be,
cannot well do less than bis predecessor has
done, and the country, expecting nothing,
Will not be disappointed.
. .OstxjDanger nnd Our Dnty. . .
The discontent and dissatisfaction with
which the Radioals are regarded grow
daily more bitter, and the party journals,
are to the full as unkindly in their criti?
cisms as are the expositors of Democratic
opinions. They who run may read the
signs of the approaching dissolution of a
party, which has broken ile own baok while
it bai revolutionized the government and1
Bet up a consolidated despotism in the plaoe
of a confederation of free and independent
The Radicals now feel the effects of their
long lease of power; Their party issues
negro emancipation and the reconstruction of
the South-hare virtually ceased to exist.
Iba ?1.-... .r.tal ? ? is r.s
away, and its legacy of corruption, debt
and taxation is disgusting the people with
the very name of Radical. Had the dom?
inant party, admitting the fast that their
lelf-impoied task was accomplished, direc?
ted their endeavors to purifying the gov?
ernment, to redueing its expenditures, and
to lessening the burdens whioh oppress the
industries of the country, a new strength
might have been gained whioh would have
renewed their lease of power. Oa the con?
trary, they have so acted as to repel their
own adherents, and have sapped the climax
by attempting to force negro equality down
the throats of the working classes of the
S?rth. The Trades Unions are already
banded together in opposition to the adm is -
lion of the negro to the privileges of their
jody. They are solid and compact in their
irganitatiou. Ihey hold the balance of
jolitical power. They are determined
tot to recede one inch from their delibe
?ately obosen position. And their active
ipposition to the negro-Radical party will
nake itself felt wherever there is a meet
ng to be held or a vote to be oast. The
bes of Radicalism stand on the bread plat
orm of free trade, equal taxation, the re?
motion of the national expenditures, and
ipposition to negro equality. With com?
oon prudence and care, they must and will ,
The only stronghold of the Badioal party
s the South, where every means has been ,
aken to elevate the Badioal negro and de?
lrosa the conservative white man. But
soft of the Southern 8 tat es will soon, by :
he ballot, win baok their liberties, and !
louth Carolins may, if shs win, follow in '
heir train: If the white men of the State '
tend together, despising the allurements
,nd temptations of Radicalism, they will be
ible at the next elections to place the reins
f government in the hands of upright and
ateiligent men of their own race. If they
.How themselves to be cajoled into embark
ng in the sinking ship, or into sacrificing a
ife-time of honesty for a year of place, they
rill not check the revolution in any other 1
(tate of the South, but may for a thor
eason delay the deliverance of our owu
iegro-riJJen people. With the white peo
de of the State a political unit, we can whip
he Radioals in every fight. Who, theo, will
lesire, by timeserving and equivocation, to
lisintegrate the anti-Radical party and
mBure the victory of the enemies of a pure
Ad just administration ?
:hlef Justice Chase and the Negro Bonds
The Charlotte Demoorat, of the 22 J inst,
tays : " We learn that Judge Chase, Chief
'Justice of the Supreme Court of the
' United States, who is now presiding at
'the District Court for North Carolina in
.session at Raleigh, decided last week that
'all notes for the purchase or hire of ne
. groes made since January, 1863, (the date
"of President Lincoln's Emancipation
'Proclamation,) are null and void." We
ire inclined to think that there is some
nistake here, and that the Democrat's an?
nouncement is at least premature. If Judge
Chase has really pronounced snob a deci?
sion, it is passing strange that we should
hare heard nothing of it before.
THE DEAD GDEST. A Mysterious Story. By
Heionch Zschokke. Translated from the
German by Geo. C. McWhorter. New York :
D. Appleton & Co. Charleston : John Rus?
Heinrich Zscbokko had quite a reputation
half a century ago. He was by taros a strol?
ling player, journalist, novelist, pedagogue,
and late in life held tbe position of Chief of the
Department of Education in one of the Swiss
Cantons. The story translated by Dr. Mc
Whorter is not very horrible and is very dull.
It is said to be one of Zschokke's best. If this
be true, we may well thank Providence that
wo have been spared one of his worst. Price
PRIMACY. TBUTHS OF RELIGIO?. By Thomas
M. i lark, D. D., LL. D., Bishop of Rhode
Island. New York : D. Appleton & ( Co.
Charleston : John Bussell.
This little work is designed "to meet the un?
settled condition of mind in regard to the fun?
damental principles of morals and religion
which prevails so extensively in onr commu?
HE K> EW HE WAS BIGHT, PAST II. By Antho?
ny 'I rollope. New York : Harper A Bros.
Charleston : Holmes' Book House.
Ii truth be stranger than nation, which is
very doubtful, real life is certainly more paltry
and more queer than the romantic I ife of the
novelist, and we have a right to complain
when thc realistic tendencies of an author
cause him to follow to the letter the twist?
ing and turnings which mar even the purest
human character. There are very few real-life
angels of whom we have more than a super?
ficial knowledge, and the better for as that it
is so. If tho goddess has fest of clay, let ber
hide them in dainty slippers and the world is
none the wiser. Mr. Trollope, however, has
no mercy for boro or heroine, and in his last
novel, now before us, bas managed to make
his every character disagreeable by developing
some little meanness however true to life,
is wholly unnecessary to tho Echeme of
the work. There is much in "He Knew be
was Bight" that will amuse and interest, al?
though there is nothing that will create a sen?
sation. A well-deserved popularity is tbe sign
of Mr. Trollope's merit; but bis books should
be read in the lazy summer days. Then, his
quiet ohattiog and innocent digressions will
' be as pleasant as the rippling of waters and
the rustling of leaves. Price 59 cents.
BIACXWOOD'S MAGAZINE, EOE JUSE. New
York : Leonard Scott Publishing Company.
Charleston : John Bussel1.
The present number opens with an interest?
ing story, eotitled "Late, for the.Train." The
series of Historical"1 Sketches of tbe Soign of
George the Third is continued. The well writ?
ten Sketch of the Life and Publio Services of
Sir John Lawrence is brought to a conclusion,
whilst Cornelius O'Dowd is more witty and
shrewd than usual.
THE LoirooM QOABTEBLX BEVIEW. FOB APB.IL.
New lora: Leonard Scott Publishing Com?
pany. Charleston : John Bussell.
The articles are on Rasaam's Abyssinia';
Modern English Poets ; Geological Climates
and the Origin of Species ; the Cost of Party
Government ; Dante ; Female Education ;
Travels in Greece; the Beligious Wars of.
France ; Aims of Modern Medicine ; and the
Irish Church Bill.
THE GALAXT, FOB JULE.
Charles Reade's novel. Pat Yourself in His
Place, is continued. "Our Impending Cnineso
Problem*' is an able and interesting paper upon
a most important subject. There ore also the
following articles : Tho Throne of Louis Phil?
ippe, by John S. C. Abbott; A Light Man, by
?erny James, Jr.; Our Great Farmers-the
Poultry Lovers, by Charles W. Elliott; Susan
Fielding, by Mrs. Edwards; The Practical
View of Spiders' Silk, by Burt G. Wilder, M.
v.; me Li8Tcm*pter~in~Tus- "msTOry" of the
War, by J. M. Bandy; A Plea for Jack Cade
The End of Word Controversy, by Bich ard
?int anti ??onnb.
STOCKS, FHOn MRS. L, K VIC Y ?MOKE,
in Colleton County, two mt'es from Walterboro',
on tbe night ol tbe 10th April hst. her only MA BK.
1 he Mare ia black, and rather low for her length,
bnt well built; her body long; both tore feet and
one hind foit are white, and branded on the shoul?
der 3. 8. The Mare was followed fifteen miles above
Walterboro'. in tbe direction of Baruwell. a white
man was riding her. Mn. ?moke could not have
the thief followed for waDt of means, and her little
crop must be los*, without help, any information
relative to the Mara will be thankfully received. Di*
reet to Mrs. L. SMOKE, Walterboro', Colleton Conn
ty.: May 31
^MEKltAN TON TINK
Life and Savings Insurance Co.
-Yo. ft MARYLAND BUILDINGS, BALTIMORE
Du. WM. M. POMT, Medical Examiner.
THOMAS E. COURTENAY, Manager.
Blt AS CH OFK1CE, t'HAULKSTO.y, S. C.
DB. THOMAS L. OGIEB, Medical Examiner.
JOHN KIBKLAND, JR., General Agent.
C BABLES TON BOA ED BETEBIHCX:
Hon. ALFBED HOQEB.
W Q. M AO KA l H. Esq., President S. C. B. B.
Hon. J. B. CAMPBELL, Attorney at Law
TH KO. D. WAGNER, Esq., of J. Fraser A Co.
ANDBEW 8IMO.NDS, Esq., President First Na?
BO BK RV MORE, Esq . of Messrs. R. Mure A Co.
EDWARD LaFirrK, or Ed. Lafitte A Co.
colonel J. B. E. SLO.vN, Cotton Factor.
W. A. co UR rEN AY, Esq., of Messrs. Courtenay A
H. B. OLNEY, Esq., of Meurs. 0 ney ? Co.
Hartog besn spp luted General Agent for North
md South Carol.n? for the shove reliable aud popu?
lar Life Insurance Company, I am prepared to re?
Delve applications at reasonable rates and on favor
ibis terms. JOHN KIRKLAND, JB.
Office for th* present at Meaars. Courtenay A
Freuholm's. Union Wharf. ws.lmos June 2
.j^UC DIGHT TO INSURE lil THE
FOB THE FOLLOWING REASONS :
1st Because it is a homo institution min-ged ac j
co ltrolled by your own Citizen?.
.M. Because it ix the ouly monicJ institution ul
trio Lind tint loans iii Cund? in the Mates itom which
they arc denvea.
3d. Because it it- purely muru il; ?ll po'.ky holders
shore i i it J prouts or earnings, n- large and tu
weasiug a*sota bcloug exclusively to ttie policy
stu. Bocausc itt tates arel wer thin thosoof most
other companies Alid Its dlvid 'lids will be lar.cr.
6th. l'. ciu-i' it invests its lundi) at rates ot iuterpsi
averaging ten per cent., wolle Eat-teru comp .t'.'os'
rate? average leas than seven per cent. This makes
the dividends of tbe Association larcer and the rate?
of premium smaller. One hundred dollars Improved
at six per cent tor fifty i ear* wUl amount to $1,8(2 ul
The same amount invested at 'en per cent, will pro?
duce $11 739 09. Difference in favor of the ten per
cent investment $9.H97 08.
6th Because yon ought to in sur. in a successful in?
stitution, and the Life Association of Amarles ia ac
knowledged by its enemies a- well as its friends tc
be by far the most successful life insurance ius?ru
tJon of its age in the United States.
NET ASSETS OF THIS DEPARTMENT IN?
VESTED IN IBIS COMMUNITY.
$100,000 deposited in the Insurance Department
of tbe State of Missouri (according to liw for tbe
protection of policy hoi der*.
H. G. LOPEB, Pres'nt (Cashier People's Nit. Bank).
W. G. GIBBES, vice-President (W. G. Whilden ft Co.)
E. E. JENKINS, al. D.. Medical Examiner.
JOHN B. STEELE (ot North. Steele A Wardell.)
O. IRVINE WA (.KER (Walker, Evans A CogswelU
G. W. AIU AB, Druggist.
B. T. PEAKE. Gen'i Superintendent 8. C. Ball roa 3.
C. F. PANKNIN, Druggist.
J AH. E. SPEAR. JaweJler.
D. H. fe I Leo X. Wholesale and Be tall Furniture.
rv. P. CABTKH, Secretary and Agent,
March 20 lyr No. 40 Broad-street
WANTED, BY A FAMILY WITHOUT
children, a SMALL HOUSE, or H Ai F OF A
HOUSE, pleasantly situated ul tbe central part ol
the City. Addreaa, stating lenna, P. O. B X. No.
336. JUDO 28
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generally useful. The beat recommendations re?
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June 26 1*
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June 1 tutnalnio
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WANTED, FIFTYTIMBKltCIITl ICKS
to work alon? Hoe havannah and Charleston
Railroad; payment made by the piece and waget paid
weekly, uanda can have it so arranged that their
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April 21 No. 161 KING-STREET.
WANTED, B V A M A lt Hi K I) MAX, A
situation in ?orno Cotton Mill ?outii or Soulh
west; ia acquainted with all branches, having work?
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choice, tarries wishing to engage su<-h a iierson
?ill please address a note, stat u? terms, to JOBS J.
KELLY, No. 143 ?titc-street, Boston May 24
WANT KD-.Yt? " NTS - l i? SELL THE
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$25. The simplest, cheapest and best Kmttiog Ma?
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minute. Liberal inducements to Agents, address
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May 4 78
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CAN FARMERS' HORSE BOOK, in both Eng
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The work covers the whole ground of the breeding
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bobbin sickness and health. It baa won ita way to
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Publisher, Cincinnati, O. 6mo* March 19
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month, everywhere, male and female, to in?
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8EN3E FAMILY StWING MACHINE. Ibis ma?
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P. ice only $18. Fully warranted for five years. We
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ours. lt makes tbe ''Elastic Lock stitch " Every
second <titch can be cut. and still the c'oth cannot
be pulled apart without tearing it. We pi y agent?
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Address, SECOMB it CO., PITTSBUBG, PA.; ST.
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rooms above, in King street, east aide. 1st door
abov* Wentwrth-etre t. Iuq--iro at LPJtENlZ'S
Segar Store, northeast corner ol King and Wem worin
streets. June 22
TO KENT. THF. PLF.ASANTLY SITU.
Al ED TWO AND A HALF STORY RES I
Di'NCE. No. 6 Gadaden street, oppodto Wentworth.
Apply at CHARLESTON STEAM s \W MILL.
?E%L ESTATE AGENTS, AND Ol HERS
hs?1ng houses to rout, can have their Placards,
fcc, printed at the lowest ratea and in the newest
and neatest stvlea of type, at THE NEWS JOB OF?
FICE, No, 140 East Bsy.
FOR SALK OK KENT, HOUSE, No. 130
COMI NO->T Rt ET, in complete order; has
been newly painted, end hss gas throughout, ant
Bood water on premise*. Apply at the Si ORE
Northwest Corner of Coming and Rsdcllffe-streets.
Jane 28 2*
FOK SALK, B"Y8 AND CHILDttKft'S
CLOTHINGi ia gre.t variety and without re?
gard to cost, at GEOKUK LI lILE k CU.'s, No. 213
King-street. tutbalmo June 1
AT PRIVATE SALE, THAT FINE
STAND with fixtures for a Grocery, corner
calhoun and East Buy streets, No. 35. Apply ON
PBEMlfES. thata January 21
STEAM ENGINES FOR ?ALE CHEAP,
if applied ter immediately
' <1| One 12 horse Portable ENGINE
(ll One 4-horae Portable Engine.
ill One 8-horse-power ENGINE, in good condition
CAMERON, BARK LEK At CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting ana Cumberland-streets
AUCTION KEKS, B KOK ERS, AND
others wishing "tor Sale" i ls aid?, Buaiuess
Cards, or other Jon Printinir executed with neat?
ness and dispatch, will consult their interest by leav?
ing tbe.r orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No
149 Ea?t Bay.
rOW\s COUNTY. G \ ., PLANTATION
FOB SALE_I offer for sale a PLANTATION
in Thomas County, four miles from Thomas ville,
consisting of twelve hundred and two and a half
acres first qaa'iiy Land, witb (rood Dwellirg, Cat-ins
Kitchen, Barns, stables, Gla-house, Gin Packing
Screw. Blacksmith .?hop, 4c, all und ?r good fence;
five hundred acres cleared, balance heavily timber?
ed. There are three hundred acres of virgin barn
mock-bounded on tbe north side by the Atlantic
and Gulf Railroad; on the south by the Monticello
rood, and th? new railroad from Albany will come
within haifa mlle of Ibis Plantation.
There ia a never-failing creek of fine water run?
ning through the Plantation ; siso five wells and two
weil stocked flab ponda on tbe premises.
This place Ls known as the ' Seward Hone Place,"
being formerly the property of Hon. Jam.s L. Sew?
The Mules. Horses and other Stock, with all tbs
Wagons sud Agricultural lmpl?in nts, will be sold
with the place on reasonable terms.
For particulars, apply to
A. STEVEN-< Au?i'et?. Ga.
Orto A. P. WRIGHT. Thomaavllie, G?.
Or L. J. GUILM RTIN & CO , Savannah, Ga.
P. S.-Tharc are twoichurchis and two schools in
IhomaevHle. Ga., fine climate an I good nelso t ora.
Juno 7 Inn
CHM? SALK, HLD NEWSPAPERS IN
V a??y cumrity. I rice 75 cent3 per hundred,
the cheapest wr.vppm; piper that can i>o tined. Ap
t Iv ai the office ot i HE N-WS. March 1
BOA HD ON SULL1VAVS ISL IND. - \
pleasantly localed touso. l-'roat l eich, where
parties ran finii every arcotntno ?anon, will bj open?
ed on the I't of July. Car ri sae ia attendance.
W T. MCDONALD, Pro -rietor.
For pariiculara apply at No. 4? EAST BAY,
Juno 26 3
KING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY
SCHOOL, ?OBKVILLE, H. C.-The Second
hendon of five months, of the year 1860 will b?gin
on the FiBSTor J ULT and end on the T HLBITETH or
Ts Mis -For Tuition. Boird, Washing, Fuel,
Lights, Books and Stationery, $1J0; payable in ad?
vance. Forctrcnlara, containing lull information,
apply to CM on el A. Cn WA RD,
Jane 12 st a tbs Principal and Pi oonet?r.
LIM IT FD PARTNERSHIP.-THE UN?
DERSIGNED have, in accordance with the
Act? of the General Ass moly, and nuder Urta name
of WILLIAM. GURNEY, ana ia conformity with the
articles of agreement of Limited Partnership, baa?
ing date 6th day of September, 1865, expiring this
lt is mutually agreed to renew and continue the
same under said agreement to June 1.1871.
(Siguedl v? ILL IA M GURNEY, General Partner.
(Signed) JAY I- ADAMS, Sp?cial Partner.
Charterten, 8. C., June 1, 1859.
June 5 stu h Imo
L O. O. F,-SCUILLE(l LODGR, No. 30.
THE NEXT BEGULAB QUABTEBLY MEE HNO
of this I.od pe will be bold lo- ? o nao w (Pun -
dar,) tbe 27th of June, at Eignt o'clock P. M Mem?
bers are reqoesu-d to com i prepared to pay arreara.
Thfre a ill be also an election of officers for tbe en?
By order of the N. 0. D. NO RDM RT EB,
June 26 1* Recording Secretary.
I NI ON, No. 43.
ATTEND THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
of your Union. Tms (SatnraaT) LVEXESG
26th in?i, at Masonic Hall, ac Eight o'clock
June 26 0. ADAMS, Secretary.
Hoticcs tn panferuptcn.
IN THR DISTRICT COURT OF THB
UNITED rvTATES, FOB SOOTH CABOLINA
MAY it RM, 1869- IN THE MATTER OP J?MfcS
B. KEI.L>, OF WILLl<M*BU*G COUNTY,
BANE RUP r-PETITIO N FOR FULL AND FINAL
DIM) U A ?GE IN BANK [IUP i C'Y. - Ordered. That a
bearing be had on the TWRNTY BECOKO DAT or JOLT,
1869, at Federal Courthouse io Charleston, s. C.;
and that all Creditors kc. of said Bankrupt appear
st said time and place, and show cause, if any tbey
can, why the iraver of the petitioner should not be
By order of the Court, the 24th day of June. 1869.
Clerk of the District Court of the U. t>. lor S. C.
June 26 ?3
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
NO. HO East Boy,
Executes all kinda of PLAIN and
F ANO 7 P JUN UNG with neatness and
The best work guaranteed at less than
New York prices.
EVEBY DESCBIPTION OF
BRIEFS, PAMPHLETS, P0LICIE3
CABDS, CIRCULAR*. NOTES
BILLHEADS, POSTEBS, RECEIPTS
CAT ALOQUES, BANK-CHECKS
TICKETS, DRUG LABELS, 4c, 4c.
AS wau, AS
LAW BLANKS of every description,
Printed at the shorted! nollce, and
cheap for cash, at
THE NEW9 JOB OFFICE.
And aU those who have JOB PRINTING
to do, will find it to their interest to call at
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE?
No. 140 East Bay.
A large and well assorted stock of
PAPEB8 and MATERIAL kepton hand,
from which se'ectiona may be made.
OUR FRIENDS IN THE COUNTRY
may send their orders to
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
And rely npos their receiving the same
attention and being filled as promptly
and aa oheaply as If given personally.
Our Job Department is in charge of
Mr. JAS. D. PARRY, a practical and ex?
perienced Job Printer, who will afford
every facility possible in the execution of
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S. 0.
g X S K K H 8 ,
bXOCK AND EXCHANGE BR0EER3 AND MER?
CHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Tob Printing of any description, c. n get their orders
Siled promptly and in the neatest style, at cheap
rates, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 East Bay.
gT. CLOUD HOTEL.
THIS NEW AND COMMOtlOUS HOUSE, LOCAT?
ED corner ot Broadway and Forty-eecond-street,
possesses advantages over all other houses for the so*
commodation ot its cueste. It waa built expressly
for a Arrt-clusa family boardLig house-the rooms
being large and en suite, heated by steam-with bot
and cold w:ter. and furnished second to none; while
the culinary department is in the most experienced
bands, affording guests an unequalled table.
Une of Atwood's Patent Elevators te also among
the "modern improvemeuU" and ut the service ol
jue* tn at all hours.
Thc Broadway and University Place Cars pass the
door everv four minutes, rutinm ; from the Oliy
Ball lo Central Park, while the Sixth and > eventh
Avenue 'ines ar? bat a short block on either aide,
iflonling ample facilities for communicating with all
the depots, steamboat landings, o laces of abase?
ment and business of the great aetropalis.
MUHE ?t BULLEY, Proprietors,
U arch 13 6mas
Clading ?nb /ttrntsi)tng ?uu&s.
QttBAT CLEARING OUT SALE.
THE LABGEST STOCK Ol?
In this City, to be sold regardless of cont ia manufac?
turing the same.
In order to dlspo.-e of our entire Stock for the
COMING FALL TRADE,
We have REDUCED THE PRICES regardless of the
cost of manufacturing thc same.
AU persons in want of anything in our Une will do
well to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, as
wc guarantee a savin : of
TWENTY-FIVE TO FIFT? PER CENT.
To all who buy of us.
?-Our terms will bo STRICTLY <".ASH.
I. I.. FALK & CO.,
ONE-PBICE CLOTHING WAREHOUSE,
No. 303 Eing-slreet, and No. 157 Meeting-street,
Opposite Charleston H itel.
June 1 fl stuth Imo
ja^TOW IS YOUR CHANCE.
LESS THAN COST.
GEORGE I??TTLE & CO.,
No. 313 King-street,
NEXT DOOR TO THE VICTORIA HOTEL,
OFFER THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF
HEN'S, WWI .IM) BOW CLOTHING
LESS THAN COST,
IN ORDER TO CLEAR THE STORE FOB RE?
All those iu want of the ARTICLE would do well
to give ns a call and examine for themselves.
FOB SPRING AND SUMMER.
MENKE & MULLER.
AND DEALERd IN
Readv Made Clotriiiig,
SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN, MEN AND BOTS.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, dt?..
No. 345 Klug-atreet,
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING OUR
patrons and the public generally that we have j nat
opened a larne and w?ll assorted ?toes of CLOTH?
ING, MEN'd FURNISHING GOODS, Atc., fortbe
Sprirg and summer, at the above ytand, consisting
of Business and Dress Suits, all sizes and qualities
of Shirts and Underwear Goods, /ic; all sizes end
qualities of English and Domestic Hall Hose ; all
aizes and qualiUea of Silk and Lisle 1 bread Gloves;
all sizes and Btyles of Linen and Paper Collars ; all
sizes and styles of Cravata. Neck Ties, Pocket
Handkerchiefs, suspenders. Umbrellas, kc. ; also, a
large and well assorted stock of Broadcloths, Cassi
meres. Doeskins, Coatings, Vestings, ko., which we
offer to aell by piece, yard or pattern; or makeup
Into Garments, by measure, in any shapb or atyle.
according: to order, at tba altortaat uotice. Our
Stock has been selected wi'h great oare, and we are
confident that we can compete with any other house
in this city. We invite an examination of our Stock,
and bespeak a share of the public patronage.
MENKE dc MULLER.
March 27 stuthSmos
J^CONOMY IN FUEL ANO LABOR.
SINCE OUR INTRODUCION INTO THE Oil Y OF
THEY HAVE STEADILY GAINED IN PUBLIC
favor, and are now used not only for various mil
narr purposes, but also for PRESERVING FRUIT*-,
DISTILLING ROSE WATER. PREPARING LARD,
?c. In the Nursery and bick Room they are in?
valuable. Dentists, Cheml-ts sud Manufacturers,
sndotbers who need PORTABLE HEATING AP?
PARATUS, will find them admirably adapted to their
A large supply of the above, and also of the
superior GAS STOVES on hand and for sale at man
uficturer'.t prices, wholesale and retail, by
J. B. DUVAL & SON,
No. 337 King.street, one door north of Ll bert y
JnneS *? thatu
jy? L . KILLEY.
TROY, NEW YORK,
Sr OTES, RANGES, HE ATE BS, HOLLOW
" PHIXANTBBOPIST," "CHLEF COOK,"
"CHABTEB OAK" AND "CIVILIAN"
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE SOUTHERN
AMD FOX SALK B S
D. I . FULLERTON,
THESE STOVE? BT A ND UNRIVALLED FOB
capacity, durobilttv, convenience- and the itcneral
purpose* to which Cooking Stoves are used. The
PHILANTHROPIST in eura heavy plated, and ha
Axh Drawer; eau be mad*- inio a Ax boiler boif
?tove t bas ca-t Iron Witcr Tans calvi uizci", oi
enamel lined. A ntrictly first-class t-to^e. Tl*
civil IAN* is ot i neat design, ami ha? afine lari'e
Oven. Th 17 Stove can be tia-J with the extension
Duck, ns holes, and reservoir when desired
For further iul jr ma Hon apply to
D. L. FULLERTON.
January 3C (mos Aususta, Ga
J. B. "riTin x. y. I W. J. HEATH), NORFOLK.
C. W. YOUNO, V. T. j F. E. QOODBIDOE , PORTSMOUTH.
J JE ARD, YOUNG ct CO.,
PBOD?CB COMMISSION MEBCHANTS,
No. 347 Washington street,
NB W TORE.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE SALE OF
EARLY Vf.QHGABLES, FBU'TS.
REFERENCES,-Governor Z. B. Vance, Charlotte;
W. t>. Beyno'ds k Bro., Norfolk; E. G. Ohio. Super,
intendent S. k R. Railroad. PortsmonUi ; Colonel a
L. Fremont, E. E. Bnrrnss, Esq., Wilmington: B.
E. Thurber k Co., Loughrea k Egbert, New YPSK;
Bernard O'Neill, charleston; Alexander k BussolL
Savannah. 3mos Apt*!:
(?rarm'fs and ^isfcllancaas*
FOB SALE, WHOLESALE AND BETAL, BT
Dr. B. BABB,
Jane 28_No. 1 tl Meeting-street.
JUST BEC El VED AND FOB SALE. WHOLB
SALK AND REI A iL, by Dr. H. BA EB, No.
131 M EETING-STBKET
WOLF'a SCHI EDAH tCHNAPPS
Fontz' Horse and Cattle Powders
i Winslow's Sootbine *yrap
Perry Dsns' 1 ainlciher
Mexican Mustang Liniment
labren back's Vermiruge
Perry's Dead Shot, ic, Ac., atc,
PlUME WESTERN C. R. SIDES
OA HHDP. STBICTLT PBIME WESTEBN C. B.
20 hhda. Strictly Prime Western Shoulders
10 hbds. Fair Qaallty Shoulders
10 boxea Choice Sugar Cured Strips.
Just received and tor sale by
Jane25 2 LAUBEY A ALEXANDER.
FORE, HERRINGS AND CIDER
OA BB LS. CHOICE MESS PORK, WESTEBN
?JU 25 bbls. Labrador Pickle Herrings
46 bbls. Champagne Cider.
On consignment and for sale low from wharf, by
Jun" 25 2_East Bay.
TA A BALES PBIME NOBTH BTV EB HAY.
I Uv For sale by T. J. KEBB k CO.
A?\t\ BBL9 ?FAMILY," "3CPEB' AND
<*SJ\J ' TNE" FLOCK.
For sale by 1. J. KEBB & CO.
WANTED. FIVE H ? ND CED OR ONE THOUS?
AND Farrels ot good large POTATOES.
June 21 tba2?_No. 52 State-street,
TO CIGAR MAKERS.
LEAF TOBACCO I LEAF TOBACCO t
CONSTANTLY ON HAND. HAVANA LEaF TO?
BACCO, WRAPPER-, AND FILLERS; also tv
rioa? grades of CONNECTICUT SEED LEAF TO?
BACCO, For sale in quantities to suit purchasers.
MaNTOUE A CO,,
Juno 22 tutbsS_No. 114 East Bay.
H. & H. W. CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA FINK PU BE OLD
IN OBDEB TO FACH IT ATE THE SUPPLY 0?
OUB PUBE OLD MONONGAHELA BYE WHIS?
KIES to our former numerous customers at the
South, we have appointed Mesara, H. GERDTS A
CO. our Agent?, who by this arrangement, are en?
abled to supply the trade at prices which will in sura
satisfaction. H. k H. w. OATH EB WOOD.
H. df H. W. CATHERWOOOO'S
EX TBA FINK PUBE OLD
BARBELS OF THE ABOVE FAVORITE
WHISKIES confinan*of X, XX XXX, XXXX.
sud NECTAR and CABINET BRAND-, and also of
Now landing, and fer sale low by
H. GEBDT8 A CO.,
Jqr.e 12 : 3tnth3mo_No. 195 Eist Bay.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA, A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, most de ?cloua and healths, food, vffd
for Puddings. Jellies, Blanc Mane!, Ice Cream,
Griddle Cakes, Soups, ste., put np in 1 16. pack?
ages, with directions for use.
Desk-eat'd Cocoanut, for Pies, Puddings, Cakes,
Ac, pat ap in half th. paeksges. with directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American in half pints, pints
Cider and White Wine Vlnegtr, warranted pure
Freeh Boasted Bio Coffee, of good quality, at 35c.
Jost received snd for sale by
CO-OPERA i IVE G Rot 'ER Y STORE,
Southwest corm r Meeting and Market streets.
Good-- delivered free. May 28
Prp (Mts, (tte.
Q HEAT BARGAINS
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS.
5 OASES OF 4-4 LONGCLOTHS, AT 12K CENTS.
A large issortment ot French Corsets, from 75
Fine choice Collara of Crape Mareta only 34
cents per yard.
French Figured Cambrics, ?t 25 cents per yard.
A full supply of Colored Muslins, Mozimbiques,
Bareges, Lenos, 20 per cent, cheaper than anywhere
A full line of Swisses, Cambrics, Nainsooks,
Crossbarred Muslins, st moderate prices.
600 dozens of English sud German Ladles'snd
Gent's Hosiery, from 12>? cents up.
lue latest style of Parasols for Ladles and Chil?
dren, from 60 cents up. a>
Ladles' Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs, from %
Robinet for Pavilions, at reduced prlcea.
fioopskirts for Ladle?, from 40 cents up.
A well assorted stock of Straw Goods, Ribbons,
Gloves, Ac, which we sell at ridiculous prices.
Call and examine our stock. Great inducements
are offered at
FL KC II G OTT Si BRO.,
Corner King and Calhoun streets.
An exclusive department for BOOTS, SHOES,
HAT8 and TBUHK-?, which we are able to sell 20
per cent, cheaper than any other house.
May 3 3mos
rjMlE UNIVERSAL. FAVORITE,
WILLCOX Sc GIBBS'
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
THIS MACHINE STANDS THUS FAR UNRI?
VALLED as a FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, and
bas taken the place of over forty double thread ma?
chines in thia city. Reliable Agents wanted in all
large towns in the State.
D. B. HASELTON,
NO. 307 KING-STREET,
Willcox A Gibbs' Agent of South Carolina.
NEEDLES, OIL, SILK, Ac, constantly on hand.
BBPAIKENO as usual. etuthlyr Mayl
J^USSELL'S BOOK ?TOKE. ^
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS, icc.
THE POET AND THE PAI >TEB, or Oems of Art
and song, with ninety-nlae Urge ateel engrav
insu, imperial avo. moroc- o, 520
TEXSTSON'S ENID Illistrated by Gustave Dore, fo?
lio. in an elegant binding. $10.
TJWNTSON'S LOCKSLY BALL, tllu-tratod by Hennesy,
4 octavo, $3.
GRAY'S CLEOT, with seventeen fluelv colored draw?
ings and a photographic reproduction cf the.
oiia'ual manuscript, 410 $6 23.
WAYSIDE POBLES, original Poems of connery Bte,
edited by Robert Buchanan, with forty-seven
illustrations. 4to. $10
Tnx Bas, by Michel?, illustrated by two hundred
aud ten exquisite engravings by GiaoomelU, te. ,
CHRIST IM Soso, or H vms ot immanuel, selected
from all ages by Philip Schaff, D. D., bvo, cloth
gilt extra, $6.
Cown&'s TABLE TALI, and other Poems, beas?
mlly illustrated by the most eminent Engiiaby
Artists, 1 volume, ito, $3. 1
STOUT WITHOUT AH EHD, from the German of Oa
rove, large ito. with fifteen beautiful pic?
tures, in imitation of water colors, $7 60.
CHRISTMAS CAROL, by Charles Dickens, with thirty
illustrations, by Ey ange, email 4 octavo, $5.
SCOTIA'S BARD?, the choicest Droduo?ona of the
Scottish Poets, beautifully illustrated. 8vo, **.
MARMION, by Walter Scott, with fifteen photographic
Lara or THE BOU LAXD, from ancient and modem
writers, with sixty-three illustrations, 8vo, ?8.
CHAMBERS' BOOK or 1>ATB a miscellany of popular
antiquities, two lame volume?, royal 8vo, $9.
Thc above are all in elegant bindings.
H AM POOl Si G ASIO HAlK-CUTTlNG^
LADIES AND CHILDREN
attended at their residences promptly and at reason?
Send orders to W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
April M No, 31 Broad-atrset vup stairs.)