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POSTPONED.-The sale of houses ia Princess
. Btreet< jn the case of Earle vs. Perkins, ls post
poned to Tuesday, July 2.
IRON LINE-JULY SAILING DAYS.-By refer
ence to the advertisement of the steamship
South Carolina, it will be noticed that she will
be dispatched on Wednesday, July 3d,. at two
o'clock P. M., to be followed by Ute Georgia
on Wednesday, 10th July.
FOR PHILADELPHIA. FRIDAY MORNING.-Tiie
regular line steamer Virginia, C ptain Hinck?
ley, will be dispatched from Brown's wharf j
on 28th Instant at noon. Through bins lading
are being Issued to Providence and all the Ncr
Enzland mills, and via Pennsylvania road to
the Northwest. lorming a week freight dis?
patch to all points North. Eastacd West.
, CAROL NA SOCIAL CIRCLE.-TMS juvenile
olnb. late:y organized, held a meeting at their
dub-room on the evening ol' 25th Instant,
when the following officers were elected to
serve for the time appointed: 0. Gambati,
president; J. P. Collins, vice-president; Olym
plo Gambati, treasurer; P. Finn, secretary;
J, B. Shlrer, recording secretary.
CLUBS AND STARS.-JOS. Petson, who was
lou od setting In Queen street, near Church,
with a lar?e ''brick in his hat," was fined one
dollar. He settled.
A loaded truck, which was driven through
King BtTMC, contrary to city ordinance, was
reported and the driver fined one dollar.
James Gardner; a dusky bacchanalian, found
lying In King street, near Airing, rode to the
Guardhouse at the expense ot the city, nnd'
was fined filly cents for his frolic.
Another case of mental attraction excused
? himself on account ol the heat, and was dis?
? A stray cow caused her owner to be mulcted
In the sum of one dollar.
THE ASHLEY LAND AND PHOSPHATE COM?
PANY.-This new enterprise has been recently j
originated by some of the prominent business i
men of this city, who purchased the works J
and mines of the Palmetto Phosphate Com?
pany, on the Ashley Riv?-r, about sixteen
miles from Charleston. The company is In
the hands of energetic, pnshlng men, who
mean to make lt a success, and who will have
the works in operation oy the first of July.
The organization was completed on Wednes?
day by the election ot the following officers:
B. Q. Plnckney, president. Directors-F. J.
Pelzer, Captain Henry Card, T. D. Eason and
Ben). F. Huger; C. B. Holmes, treasurer and
?gent; Geo. S. Coffin; clerk'.
PRESENTATIONS.-Captain H. P. Hanr?f,*> OI |
the revenue cutter Racer, was r^""11'11 J68"
terday by a number of?r*-""?roen witn a hand?
some gold-mouaced Malacca cane, as an ac?
knowledgment of certain courtesies extended
by htm to them. The presentation took place
at the handsome rooms of the Queen City
Club on Sing street, and was mjtde in a neat
speech by Mr. J. A. Moroso. The captain re?
ceived the gift with suitable acknowledg?
ments, after which affairs of State were dis?
cussed In conjunction with a display of bev?
erages, to the no small delectation of those
Mr. Charles J. Porcher, the efficient and
courteous clerk In Marshal Wallace's office,
was yesterday presented with a handsome
gold watch and chain by the deputy United
States marshals In token of their appreciation
ol his services In connection with that office.
. STATE COURT.-Ia the Common Pleas, be- j
forejudge Graham, yesterday, the tallowing
cases were disposed of:
Oswell Heeder vs. William T. Dil mer. Ac?
tion on account. Verdict for the plaintiff for
five hundred dollars.
C. H. Pritchard, trustee, vs. Henrietta Irby.
Action on promissory note given for judg?
ment, which was not assigned. Verdict for
the plaintiff for eighteen hundred dollars, with j
W. Preston Dowling & Co. vs. James G.
Padget. Case referred to W. G. DeSaussure,
special referee, to report.
The following cases are fixed for trial to-day:
MoLelsb VB. Kalb; Cameron vs. Arnold; Horn- j
ahrens vs. Eornahrens; Daly v*. Scott & Jen?
nings; Witte, assignee, vs. Whaley, trustee;
Murphy TS. Thompson; Buist, ordinary, vs.
Grant; Buist, ordinary, vs. Yates.
TAX BALKS.-The sale of the' city real es?
tate of delinquent taxpayers was .resumed
yesterday. The attendance was very small,
S?d consisted principally of an inebriated bid?
der, wbo-kept~~plylng the auctioneer with
questions concerning the property and the law
nuder which lt was Bold. Only four nooeee
?od lots ?were put np, and these were all
knocked down to the State for the taxes due,
. No. 18 Smith street, property of B. H. Clark
ton, for $-5 75.
Na ll Friend street, property of Jno. Cleary,
for $119 23. .
No. - 8pring street, property of R. J.
Furlong, for *5310
No.-America street, property of Thomas
Gadsden, lor $48 47.
The sales will be resumed at ?2 M. to-day at
the Fire-proof Building.
FIREMEN'S MAROON.-The Palmetto Steam
Fire Eugine Company spent Tuesday at Mount j
Pleasant, and enjoyed a most agreeable ma-1
roon. The members in uniform, with a larg? j
number of Invited, guests, among whom the
ladles were ^je? represented, went over on
tbe flf^mer at eight o'clock, and a fine hall
*!Tith good music afforded the belles and beaux !
an agreeable diversion, which was enjoyed at
Intervals throughout the dey. Target shoot?
ing was also popular, and the following prizes |
were awarded to the lucky members of the
First prize, fireman's hat, Patrick Walsh.
Second prize, silver cup, Joseph Riddock.
Third prize, sliver goblet, Dennis Murray.
Tho prize tor visitors was won by Captain
B, C. Barkley, and consisted of a handsome
The prizes were presented by Captain Jas. 11
Armstrong, Jr., and President Geo. L. Buist;
of the Stonewalis. The party returned safely
In the evening, after a moat.enjoyable day.
CHARLESTON' TO LIVERPOOL-QCIOK COTTON
TRANSPORTATION.-The Iron Line takes gTaat
pains to furnish its patrons with the largest
amount of accommodation, and every advan?
tage to be had In freights ls available by this
route. The most noticeable event in trans?
portation ls the delivery of cotton, per Geor?
gia, hence on 11th, which was lauded In Liv?
erpool on 25th instant, ju9t two weeks from
the wharf tn Charleston. These cottons went
from New York per White Star Line, whose
magnificent steampshlps are the largest and
fastest In the ocean trade. As time ls enter?
ing so largely into transportation affairs, this
instance of quick delivery must have its Influ. | j
enc?, not only in Charleston, but, as our port IJ
seems now to invite attention, even at Mo?
bile, Memphis, Lockville and Nashville. The
whole colton quadrilateral ls likely soon to
learn from practical experience that Charles?
ton la the most economical and direct route I:
North and Erst, not only for cotton but for
grain and tobacco. Some hogsheads of the
latter, weighing a ton each, passed through
here some days since, and it may be these i <
straws show which way the Western winds are I j
CR?MB3.-There wus nothing done in the
[Jolted Slates Court yesterday.
The cigarmakers meet to-night to form.?
union. , -,
A match game of base ball was played In
Broad street yesterday by the Chlcora and
Pacific Clubs. The Chlcora won. Score 12
Major Delany delivers an address thia even?
ir^ belore the pupils and friends ol Walling?
ford Academy. Ihe annual exercises will
take place on Friday evening.
A Radical meeting was held on Saturday
lasr, about fourteen miles from Camden. J.
K. JlllBon was the principal speaker. There
was a thin attendance, and no enthusiasm was
shown for Grant.
The Savannah Scbutzenplatz cost about
seven thousand dollars, and the receipts of
the fest will pay all expenses, and leave a
surplus sufficient to liquidate all the Indebted?
ness of the society save seventeen hundred
THE NEW TORE VEGETABLE MARKET.-The
Dally Bulletin, of Tuesday, June 25, says :
Potatoes are In moderate request and with?
out particular change of prices, in vegetables,
peas and beans are a trifle scarce at the mo?
ment and blither. Beets and turnips lower.
Southern tomatoes are generally poor, a good
many green aud decayed mixed in, and
prices Bhow a wide range. Our quota?
tions for potatoes are In bulk; in shipping or?
der 60c per bbl must be added. Bermudas are
held at $7 50a8 from dock. Kew 8ourtern
$2 60. We quote old as follows: $1 ?alM per
barrel for Peachblowa; 60ca$l per bbl tor
Early Rose; ?Outt/or t?arly Goodrich 50ca$l
nar barrel tor Jackson whites; $1*1 26 lor
Prince Alberta. In vegetables we quote green
peas. Long Island, two bushel bags $1 75a2;
Spluach 75c per obi. Bermuda tomatoes 80a
90c per box; do. onions $1 50al 75 per crate.
Rhubarb $2 per 100 bunches. Lettuce $1 25a
1 50 per 100, Cucumbers 60ca$l 25 per
erat?; do. Norfolk, half barrel crates $3u
3 50. Summer iqimsh, per crate, $lal 50.
New turnip* $3 per 100 bunches. New.
cabbages, Southern, $2a2 50 per bbl; do. Jer?
sey, $7B8 per 100. Strmir beans $3 p-r bbl;
do Looa fslaud per bag $3. Green ouions $4
per 100 bunches. Beets, Jersey $4a5; Cauli?
flowers, good, $3 per dozen. Southern to?
matoes $2 50a4 per crate.
Meeting? i nts Day.
Washington Light Infantry Rifle Club, at 8
Cigarmakers, r P. M.
Auction Sales Thia Day.
Leitch & BrunB will selljtf.ll- near |
the Postofflce, real est?t*?"""
J. FrasetuM****"*8 wl11 86,1 at 11 ?,?0C*i
n^tK^ostofflce, real estate.
" (?erhard Rlecke will sell at half-past. 9
o'clock, at his store?, butter, shoulders, &c
William McKay win sell at half-past 10
o'clock, at his store, clothing, dry goods and
notions. ' _
GREEN TURTLE SOUP for Lunch this day at
Our House, E. H. Stellings, corner Queen and
STOLL, WEBB & Co. are offering the follow- j
lng goods at reduced prices: Plaid and Stripe]
Nainsooks, 20 and 26 cents. Plaid and Stripe
Swiss, 25 to 30 cents. Plain Nainsooks 20 to
60 cents. Bordered Victoria Lawns, Plain
Victoria Lawns, 25 to 50 cents. French Swiss
Muslins, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, 75
cents to $1. Ladies Hem Stitch Handker?
chief, 25 cents, very cheap. Gent's L. C.
Handkerchiefs, 25, 30, 35 cents, extra cheap.
Ladies' Superior White Cotton Hose, 26, 30 to
50 cents pair. 100 dozen Gent's Half Hose at j
$3 dozen, worth $4. Jun25-tuths6
PIQUE.-Another lot of those extra cheap
Piques at 25 and 30 cents, also Apron Linens J
at 20 and 26 cents, at Stol!, Webb & OD., 287
King street. Jun26-tuths6
FOROHGOTT, BE S EDICT 4 Co, 244 King
street.-lau rolls fresh matting, received per
steamship Champion, 26 cents. 20 pieces 4x4
Dress Linen, in all desirable shades, only 20
cents. 2 cases more of the 10-4, 11-4 and
12-4 Allendale Quilts, at $1 37 and $150. Bal?
ance of our Dress Goods has been greatly re?
duced In price.
PARCHEESI I PARCHEESI !-A royal game oy j
India. Basel street Bazaar, and East Ba.
News Boom. apr20-w
FEATHER DUSTERS, 40 cents each. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. _ aprl7-w
lr roc want to buy cheap goods call on
Stoll, Webb 4 Co., 287 King street. They are
offering another lot of those Colored Muslins
at 12$ cents, also Grenadines and Berages at j
12 J cents. Japanese Cloths at 15,20, 25 cents,
worth 25 to 40 cents. jun26-tuths6
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT ? Co., 244 King
street, have received per steamship Georgia j
4 cases of 4-4 Eilerton U. S. Bleached cele- j
orated Shirtings, which they offer for this
week at 15 cents, worth 18 cents-the cheap
est Shirtings ever offered In any market.
LAWYERS can have their Brlels printed in
any style desired, at short notice, at THIS NEWS J
JOB OFFICE. .
DRBBS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS !-LOU?B Cohen
& Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh Stock of DreBS Goods,
Inst received, comprising the latest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cent, below their cost of importation. A
call ls respectfully solicited. Louis COHEN &
Co., No. 248 King street. mayl6
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS beautifully colored for
25 cents each, at Souder's Galleries, No. 263
King street. _ Junl7-lmo
TE Tin its TY MORTALS, ATTENTION l-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Room. Branch of the Hasel street es-1
FRENCH "PASSEPARTOUT" FRAMES for Card
Photographs, 25 cents each, at Souder's Galle?
ries, No. 263 King street. Junl7-lmo
DUTOBER'S LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER sweeps
?hem off and clears the house speedily. Try |
lt, Sold by dealers ever where.
CROQUET SEASON_We are. now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HASEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr27-sluth
rue ciiarr??on cotton, Rice and Narai
T_ ?PFI0B OBJOS?BBTON NKW8, 1
WEDNESDAY EvBNn55?4nne 2?, ma. J
COTTON.-There was no demantr^importance;
sales about 23 bales or stained mlxedp*?^ou and
light weight at 19@23>ic 3 lb. Quotations"nomi. I
RICK-There was a limited inquiry for this
?raln at unchanged prices. Sales about 40 tierces
Df clean Carolina, say 12 tierces at 7jtf. 6 at 1%, is
u 8%, 6 at 8 5-16C ? lb. We quote common to
ralrat good 8@8>ic * ft.
NAVAL STORES.-Receipts 20 obis spii its tnrpen
:me, 372 bbls rosin and 8 bbls crude turpentine.
There were no Bales reported. Crude turpentine
nay be quoted at $3 40 for virgin, $2 65 for
fellow dip and $l 80 for hard.
EXOHANOK.-sterling 60 uay bills 23^.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The bank? pnrrnise
?gm checks on New York ot par @ a premium. .
"?d sell at premmlum. 'Outside they pur- ?
:hase at i-i6@# premium, and sell at s-iea* 1
) re min m.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, Jane 26.
Noon.-OoDsolB 02?. -Bonds M.
PARIS, i ie 26.
Noon.-ReutC3 54f 22C "
NEW YORK. Jone 26.
Noon.-Freights dull. Stocks steady. UM
jfa?? at 13>?. Money easy at 4. Exchange,
long OX: short. 10)?. uoveruments flrui aLd
ijuiet. ?state bonds u ichauged.
LIVERPOOL, June 20.
Noon.-Cotton opened firmer; uplands llj^d
Later.-colton Urra; sales 12,000 bales: specula
Hon and export 3000.
Evening.-Cotton closed firm and unchanged.
Nsw YORE. Juue 20.
Noon.-Cotton firm; uplands 26,'4 cents; Or
leanB 26>?c; salts 680 bales.
Evening.-cotton steady;sales 1564 bales; up
lauds 26?ic; itnoaus i6?c. Sales or luiurea ui
dav 20,7?u bal-s, as follows: July 25?a25 7->6c:.
August 26 15-16e>t26!?c; september 23*ca23%c;
uciuber 21 MttcaXiJfo; November xlK&tSI 3-.6C
BO.-TON, June 20.
Cotton quiet; middlings 26?ic; net receipts 33
baies; gross 33; eales lOO; BCCK 10 sun.
' a PaiLADBLPiHA, June 26.
Cotton firm; middlings 26>ia28KC.
nALTIMORE. June 26.
Cotton quiet; middlings 2?c; gross recelp s 34
bae ; exports coastwise 63; Bales 212, 187 last
eveulng; stock lu40.
6 NORFOLK, Jane 26,
Cotton-net receipts 3C5 bales; exports coast?
wise 620; stuck; 1283.
WILMINGTON, June 26.
Cotton-stock 1116 biles.
SAVANNAH. June 26.
Conon quiet and Arm, no demand; middlings
24e; net repipis 29 baies; sait? ?, stock ao-a
' .m*'-T* AUGUSTA, Juue 20
Cotton nominal; middlings vue; net receipts
167 bales; salts 20.
MEMPHIS, June 26.
Cotton firm; middlings 26c; net receipts 122
MOBILE, Jase 26.
Cotton quiet; middlings 2l*c; net receipts
15 bales; suies 3uo; stock 637.
NEW ORLEANS. June 26.
Cotton nominal; middlings 24>?c; net receipts
42 bales; gross 42;bales f>> 0; htoc* 26 340.
c. ?LTESTEN, Jane 23.
Cotton nominal; good ordinary 20yc; receipts
24 bales; s uck 2076.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, June 26.
Noon.-Breadstufls qoiet. Cumoei land cut 28s.
LONDON, June 26
Evening.-Turpentine 47a48s. Uommn rosin
8s 6d to 8s 9d.
NEW TOBE. June 20.
ti oon.-Flour dall and heavy. WB< at quiet and
UBChauged. Cora dud and unchanged. Pork
quiet; mes* *I3 ?O.U3 26. Lard steady; steam
?>4a9>ic Turpeatlao dull at 53>?a54c. Rosin
qa ie. ut $3 12J? lOr stramed.
Evening - riour dull and declining; common-j?
fair extra $7 tOaO 75; good to ?h?ce^?J*j*
Whiskey aouve and ?rmerat 9?c. JPT*
iceni netter and winter dui I ft ?fr *? u st or
red Wes.em $ 70al 75.^ ? ?
M flrraer and cio^lug heavy at
lurpeutine dull at 63>?a&4c. Rosin
quiet. Tallow dull at S va9 5-1G.
BALTIMORE, June 26.
Flour dall and heavy; quoiail'us nominal.
Wheat dull; new choice wnlte Ul 85al 9ii; fair to
prime $175al 80. Cora dall; white 78a7flc; yel?
low eic; mixed Western 64c. oat) lu good de?
mand; mtxea Western 45i4Bc; white 47a49c. Pro
vlBlons strung; mess pork $13 76. Bacon un?
changed; sugar-cared barns firmer at I3ai4c
Lard in aa improved demand. Whiskey firm at
New Torie Rice Market.
NEW YOKE, June 25.
The Dally v ni lei in says: Tne.e ls no decided
change to note on this market. A good fair trade
inquiry preval s, and buyers bid about former
rauis readily, wltn domestic grown bin wing the
firmest tone, and ottered with the gr. at.-st mod
ration. sa.es of 225 bogs Rangoon ai. 6Xa7Xc;
160 baga Patna 7}?c, aud 40 tes Carolina at oao^c.
New Torie Naval Stores Market
NEW YORK, Jaae 26.
The Dally Bulletin saya: Rccelp s to-day 776
bbls rosin. Spin s of turpentine have met a air
Inquiry to-day, but the prices BLOWS a trifle de?
onne, aud tending downward. Sales 260 bois at
65c; 25 bis ai 65X; 60 bois at 64>?; 60 bbls at 64.
flat; 60 bbls at 51, and loo bbls, seller's option first
fifteen days of J my, at 6to. fctialoed rosin ls
neid steadily at $3 20a3 25, MU rather quiet. Fine
resins are lu moderate request, with eales of ouu
bbls pale at $6 25*6. 'I here has been a large
n.ovement lu tar, embracing home 2500 bbls
WuBhlugton aod Wilmtagiou on terms not made
public Pitch quiet aud unchanged.
WILMINGTON, JUOO 26.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE-Has declined lc. Sales
of 25 casks at 48o. und 420 casks ac47cper gallon
for southern packages.
ROSIN.-i-al-s of 2412 bbls at $2 25 fur fit rainer',
$2 30 for low No. 2. $2 75 for low No. 1, $3 25 for
No. 1, $3 60 for extra No. 1, $3 76a4 for low pale,
and $425?4 5" for pate.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Receipts and sales or 580
bbls at $2 60 for hard, $3 75 fur yellow dip, and
$4 for virgin.
TAR -Sales of 35 bbls at $305 ner bbl.
COTTON.-Sales of 3 bales at 24c per pound.
Interior Cotton Marketa.
COLUMBUS, June 24.
Oar market nominal. Mido.lugs 23 xe, Re?
ceipts three days 4 bales against 7 last week, and
22 corresponding week 1871. ales 4 bales.
MONTGOMERY, Jane 24.
The market ls quiet ano nominal; good ordina?
ry 221^0, st r.ct goo 1 ordinary ??xc, low middlings
23>?C midd tugs 233(C.
Receipts per Railroad, Jane ?6.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
5 bales cotton, loo bales goods. 09 bbls spirits
turpentine, ZU bids rosin, 180 bbl- nour. To
Railroad Agent, Kinsman A Howell, Tledeman,
Gilder A co, OhaptauAco, Goldsmith A Son.
Burmelster A Z-rbst. Barden A Parker. Whilden
A Jones, W B Williams A Son, F D O Kracke, Chas
Bart A co, Waiker, Evans A Cogs w. ll, Do wie,
Moise A Davis.
3 bales cotton, 8 bbl* crude turpentine, 113
bbls spirits tarp n1 lae, 315 bbls rosto, cari lamber
and wood, indee, Ac. To Barden A Parker, JCH
Cmuasen, Whliden A Jones, Kinsman ft Howell,
Caldwell A son, TrenbO'm A Son, J E Adger A co,
J isear. S Kass, F smith, Wagoner A Monsees,
Railroad Agent, ami other?.
Per steamship Falcon, from Baltimore-Miss
Ollder, Mi-s Oenrard, A t? Miller.
Per steamer Water Lily, from Edlato, Enter?
prise and Way Landings- Mri w Seabrook. Mrs
H h Bentz, Mas'er J Glover, B S Whaley, R?v o
Prentiss, M M Seabrook.
UTA Rrtns NEWS.
CHARLESTON, S. O.JUNE 27. 1872.
iiat^tt deg 46 nun 33 sec. j Lon 79 deg 67 mm 27 sec. 11
ARRIVED Y ESTERDA Vt
Steamship Falcon, nay me, Baltimore-lert - 11
instant. Mdse. To Mordecai A co. P ? Trenholm.
S c Railroad co, N E Railroad co. J Heins, ER '
Oowperthwalt, R Gannon, J Graver A co, E Daly I ?
H UublR A co, M H Collins A eo. b Boyd, Crawley
A Dehon, Florida Mearaers, J N Robson, Wagener I '
A Monaees, K> obeloch A Small, G Riecke, Order.
Tledeman, Calder .? co, J H Ducker, J F Taylor A
co, B O'Neill, P Wlneman A co, f DC Kracke. L E
Connor A Sons, D O'Neill. Jeffords A co. J Jara, U I H
LeldiDg, Jeffords A co, Steffens, Werner A Ducker, 1
F Kirby, Jno U V?llers, D K Haselton, H Gerdts A
co, Louis Neumeyer, A L Tyler, Boilmann Bros, D
Fitzgibbon, Miackelford A Kehy.
steamer Water Lily, Toguo, Edls'o, Enterprise 11
and Way Landings. Mdse and buudrles. To D M
Nlflber.. J E adger A co, S A Woodoioe, M McGur
ty, hlinck, Wlckenberg A co, S U Wilson A Bro,
Rev D Qulgley.
steamer Planter. Foster, Georgetown, SC. 0
bales cotton, 1010 bbls naval s ores, mdse and sun-1 '
dries. To Ravenel A cu, Mowry A >on, Whliden
A Jone?, N Emanuel, M t.'old-mlth k Son, Barden ! >
ft Parker. Murdaugh. Mathews A co, Kinsman A
Howell. Quackenbush, h still A IO, S R Marshall A 1
so. rennick A Tolbert, and Order. 1
Received from Bennett's MIIL 104 tierces rice. 5
rowe Bee A co. 1
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, at New York,
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Georgiana, Mann, from Liverpool, Juno 7.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK, Jone 26.
Arrived, steamship San Jacinto. '
Evening.-Arrived, Helvetia and Cambria,
vjmived out, st. Laarlent, Weser, St. David and
The British bark Lucy, Jones, previously report?
ad as loading ror this porvat Liverpool, changed
ber destination to Uty Pololea.
The achr S E Woodbury, Woodbury, from
Georgetown, S O, arrived at Baltimore 22d InBt.
?^7-HITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
?REENBRIER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA,
Famous for their ALTERATIVE WATEKM and
'ashionabie patronage, are now open, ihey are
WOO-feet above tide water-affording entire relief
rom prostrating summer heat. Capacity for two
Charges- $3 per day and $80 per month of thir?
ty days. . GEO. L. PEYTON A CO..
Ootmtrj QLax Sales.
??S- CHARLESTON COON TY, FJ
HSTiUCT.- OFFiOE "F COUNTY AUD
;ilARLESTON. S. C., MAY 24, 1872.-Thc
loa of Delinquent Taxpayers ls re-pee; ful
rited to part of Section 4th of "An Act to a
in Act entitled an Act providing for the A
neut and Taxatlun of Property," passed
ember is, 1868. and all Acts amendatory '
,o. Approved March 12, 1872:
"?BO. 4. That all landa and real estate v
his State, whereupon, or in respect whereoi
lum of money remains due or payable afti
tale provided tor m section 16, chapter 13, t
>r general siamtes. dr which are liable to tx
or, ur on account of, any ia* laid by or i
me authority of this ?tate tor state or u<
purposes, iu accordance with the provisto
jit ncr or i he se v, rai acts, for the purpose
lessing and levying taxes lor the support i
Ut; vern ment of the state, and of tue several <
ties thereof, pasted in the years 1808, 1869
i:,d 1871, shad be exposed tu sale, and so
tue pav ment of each taxes, and all pend
costs and cha' ges thvreon accrned, on the
Munday tn June, 1872, and from day to day t
after, Sundays omy excepted, until the \
thereof bhan be sold, at the place or place
the td ms and in Ute manner nereln-Utcr [
den ; such sa e shall be by the County Treasui
t-ach c >unty. at the county seat, wno shall ei
and offer Ute said lands at public ca.e. to be
and convene i in fee simple without the rig
nd mptlou, for the payment th.-ieof; an
L'onn y Auditor siia.il execute a warrauty de
Irv ng, Tnoraas, 1871, St James Santee. 14 a
I'Ou, Est J Bond, 1870 St James Santee,
acres and 2 buildings.
Jackson, fleury, 1871. M James Santee, 200 a
Juhn?on, Hoheit, 1871, Sullivan's Island, i Jj
Johnsen, W J, 1869, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's
Johnson, Mrs Haley, 1898,1870, 1871, St Steph
Jones, cosar, 1871. St James Santee, 18 acres
Jefferson, Joh?, 1870, St ?stephen's, 50 ac; es.
Jeff rsuu. John. 1870, st Stephen's, loo aerea
Jackson, Mrs B, 1869,1870, st Janna Santee
Jervev, Mrs E H, 1868,1869, 1870, Christ Cht
Jervey, MUs M M, 1870, Mount Pleasant, Ya
Jervey, T C, 1638,1869,1870, Mount Pleasant, Q
Jo h na kin, A. 1870, St Stephen's, 3 acres.
Juhuson, Hoben, 187?, Sullivan's Island, 1 B
Reith, Esl Mina. 1870.1871. St Thomas, 860 aci
KcnacKc. Louis, 1869,1870, 1871, Bull.van's isl;
Kerns u. E L, 1871. Mount Pleasant, 16 Vai
Kciid.nl, R A, sgt. 1871, St Thomas, 416 acres.
Keogan. Mrs I), 1871. Sullivan's Island, Build!
Kinloch, Napoleon, 1871, St stephens, 40 acre
Kimo h, Juna. 1870, 1871, St Stephen's, 2oacr<
Kielpste.u, L F, 1869, 1870, 1871, Christ Church
Kinch A Co, 1868, 1870, 1871, Sullivan's Isli
Laborde, J ?, 186S, 1869, 1870, 1871, Mount Pl
ant, House and t ot.
Laborde, Urs A, 1869, 1870,1871, Mount Pleas
Douse and Lot.
Lacos e, Est Mrs A F J, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1
Mount Pleasant, Bouse aud Lot.
Laurens, A J..1869,1870, 1871, St John's Berke
Laurens, A, 1871, St James Santee, 12 acres.
Lee, Pt ter, 1888, 1869,1870, 1871, Christ, Church
Lee,Soward W, 1871, Christ Chnrch. 3000 PC
Lee, State and others, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871,
James Santee. 2100 acres.
Leland. J H, 1864, 1869, 1871, McClellansvlIle*,
James santee. Bouse and Lot.
Lese-ne, Est Daniel, 1871, Christ Church,
Lellman, Wm, 1868,1871, Christ Church. 31 aci
Legare. Est N, 18d9, 1870, 1871, Christ Church,
Lincoln, P D, 1870, 1871, St James Santee,
Lins ti, Est Wm, 1868, 1871, St Stephen's,
Lockwood. T P, 1868,1869, 1870, 1871, Mount Pie
ant, 2 Lot-,
Lofton, Est S H, 1868, 1870, 1871,. St James S
tee, 5oao acres.
Lofton. J J, 1869, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's,
Logan, Mrs N, 1870, 1871, Christ Church,
Logan, A, A Co, 1869, 1870, 1871, St Thomas,
Lorentz, August D, 1870,1871, Mount Pleasant
Lucas. JAB, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant, 1 Vac:
Lui ko. M, 1868,1869, 1870. 1871, Christ Church,
Lsqueux. S F, Trustee, 1870, St Stephen's, 1
Lance. F, 1870, Sullivan's Island, 2 Buildings.
Laagers on, Mrs M, 1868,1869, 1870, sullivan's
land, l nm.ding.
Lockaller, H, 1869. 1870, St Stephen's, 1268 acr
Muck, Dr Wm, 1870, 1871, christ church, i
Maguth-*, John, 1868. 1869, 1870, 1871, Sullivan
Island, 1 Bul ding.
Hagwuod, H W, 1868,1869,1|70,1871, Mount Pict
ant, 1 Vacant Lot.
Mantgault, Est Peter, 1870, 1871, St James Sante
Manin?ult, Theophllus, 1871, St. Stephen's, l
Martin, samuel, No 2,1871, St James Santee,
Manne wa, Jane. 1870.1871, Sc Stephen's, 90 acre
Mavlne, Luke, 1869, 1870, 1871, Christ Church,
Maybank, Paul, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's, 2(
Meree- w B, 1870, 1871, St John's Berkeley, 2;
aeree, M W, i860. 1871, St John's Berkeley, 2i
Meree. PD, 1871, St John's Berkeley, 690 acres.
Michel, E A, 1868. 1869, 1870, 1871, Mount Plea!
ant. 1 Vacant Lot.
Mkhei. John A, 1868, i860,1870, 1871, Monnt Plea!
ant, 4 Vacant Lots.
Midd eton, P F, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, Sullivan'
Island, 1 Building.
Miller, E M. 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleas
un'. 1 Bondi .g.
Ullitr, J C, 1868,1889, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant
1 Vacant Lot.
Mills, O W, 1868, 1869,1870, 1S71, St Stephen's, 66
?crcH. * ?
Minta, T J, 1868, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant,
ViiC?ur Ii it
Mitchell, Ann, 1870, 1871, Monnt Pleasant, Hon?
Mitchell, t state O, 1868, 1869, 1870,1871, St Thom
as, 400 acres.
Mitcnum, Royal, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's, 64i
Moncrieff, Simon, 1871, St James Santee, 16 acres
Mooney, John, 1868, I860, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's
MOO ncr CH.
Morehead. John. 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, Mount
Pleasant, 1 Vacant Lot.
Horrl-on, RT Jr, i860. 1870.1871, Oirlst Church,
230 acres; St James santee, 270 acres.
Morrlsson, R V, 1870, 1871, st James Santee, 20C
Morriston, legare, 1868, 1869, 1870,1871, Christ
CburcR, 1930 a-rcs
tforris-on. t ?gare, 1870, 1871, St James Santee,
if orris jon. Jin, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant, Va?
Morer, sarah 0,1871, St Stephen's 630 acres,
surtlmer, L H, 1871, Mount Pleasant, Vacant
durpby. Mrs Peter F, 1869, 1870, 1871, St John's
Berkeley, 946 acres,
durmy H C, 1869, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's, 696
dullen. All*n, 1871, St Stephen's, 62 acres.
I alone, Est T W, 1870, Monnt Pleasant, House
durphy, Mrs M, 1869, 1870, St John's Berkeley, 160
darch. Lucas, 1868, 1870, Sullivan's Island, l
dar ki. y, vv H, 1870, st John's Berkeley 639 acres,
laybank, A L, 1870, Mount Pleasant, 2 Houses
llkel. Wi, 1889, 1870, Monnt Pleasant, 2 Houses
llxun M, 1870, St stephen's, 360 acres,
ilxon M. 1870, St Stephen's, 130 acres,
lontgomery, Est W, 1869, 1870, st Stephen's, 60
lack, RLand WM, 1870,St James Santee, 13
icOall Ll J W, 1868,1869,1870,1871, St Stephen's,
?cCants. L A. 1870,1871, Christ Church, 800 acres;
Munnt Pleasant, House and Lot.
Iel ay, C D, 1870, 1871, ht Stephen's, 1400 acres.
IcD.?well, W B. 1870. 1871. St Thomas, 1087 acres.
Jct-: roy. Jno, 1871, St J rim's Berkeley, 426 acres.
icLaln, Luuls, Assignee. 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871,
St John's Berkeley. <?660 acres
fcMtikln, RC, 1870,1871, st Stephen's, 200acres.
IcNeery. 1868, H69,1870, 1871, Sullivan's Island.
IcNulty, Alex, 1870, St Stephen's, 882 acres.
loOabe, Mrs M E, 1870, sullivan's Inland, 7 Band?
IcOants, F M, 1868, 1869,1870, St John's Berkeley,
160 acres. ,
icOants. MISS s s, 1888,1869, 1870, Mount Pleas?
ant, Lot and 2 Houses.
IcKarllu. D. 1870. i hnst Church, 1 acre; Sulli?
van's Island, 2 Bul dings.
IcPhorson, 1888,18d9,1870, st John's Berkeley, 295
ielmao, A, 1869,1870, 1S71, Mount Pleasant, one
Jolea, Est Wm, 186$, 1869, 1870, 1871, St James
Santee, SOO actes,
torten. J, I8d9, 1870, 1871. Sullivan's Island, 2
torihrop, H, 1869, isn, Mount Pleasant, House
lowen. J P, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, St James San
tee, 423 aeren,
fowell, E W, i860, 1870, 1871, St Thomas, 850
lolan. A, 1808, 1870, Mount Pleasant, 3 Houses
and 2 Lots.
raites Z B, 1871. sullivan's Island. 1 Building.
i'He?r. Ann, i860, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant, i
1 Vacant Lot.
Uiver, Thomas, 1809, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's, 366 ]
irvin, N M, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's, 123 acres. i
irvin, Jeremiah, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, St I
stephen's, 263 acres.
donuts ?ax Sales.
OrviD, Est II, 1800, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's, 400
Otvln, John, 1871, St John's Berkeley. 140 acres.
UK cns, x rs J K, 1870, 1871, St Juhn's Bei kiley,
O'Hi-ar, Dr J S, 1870. St Thomas, 1178 seres.
O'Hear, Dr J ?, 1870, Christ Church, 1312 acres.
Owens, hst David, 1868, 1870, st Stephen's, 4C3
Owens A skipper, 1869,1870, St John's Berkeley,
Palmer, El.zabeth, 1869, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's,
Palmer, W D, 1871, Pineville, l Lot and 7 Build
Palmer, Dr J S, 1871, St Stephen's, 6412 acres.
Palmei, Dr J S, 1871, McClellan ville, ?st James San
tee, 140 acres ana 3 Bouses.
Parker, K D, 1871. Chi 1st Church, 876 acres.
Phillips, Captain Thomas, 1871, Mount Pleasant, l
Lot and 2 Buildings.
PhlD, Dr A C, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant, l Vacant
Pineville Academy, 1868.1869, ?sio, 1871, St Ste?
phen's, 300 .cres.
Pipkin. Est E, 1868,1869,1870, 1871, St Stephen's,
706 J ?.CT68
Platt, w D, ?8G3, 1870, 1871, St stephen's, nco
Platt. Mrs A E, 1863, 1869, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's,
Poag, Sarah, 1869, 1870, 1871, St Thomas', 660
Poag, Zacharias, 1869,1870, 1871, St Thomas', 60
Poyas, J tl, 1869,1870, 1871, St Thomas', 24 acres.
Pr.olean. F C, 1868.1869, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleas?
ant, 3 Houses and Lots
Pringle, J H. Jr, ?gi Farm field Plantation, 1871, St
John's Berkeley, 700 nerta.
Palmer, Ml?? A A, 1870, at stephen's, 1000 acres;
MI J i mes San tee, 2u0 acres
Palmer, Juno, 1870, at stephen's. 760 acres.
Pauzeruel er, H A Co, 1870, St Stephen's, 2173
acres and 6 Buildings.
Peagier, Mrs M A. 1870, at stephen's. 3 0 acres.
Po we i s, Mrs C, 1870, Sullivan's lbland, 2 Build?
Palm r, J M, 1870, St Stephen's, 60 acres.
Byan, John, 1870, Sullivan's Island, 1 Building.
Head. Bat B H, 1870, 1871, St John's Berkeley,
Rembert, Mrs O D, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, St
Thomas, 600 actes.
Richards, George R, 1870, Mount Pleasant, 1 Lot.
Koberts. S W, I860, 1870, 1871, Christ Church. 350
Robson, J N, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant. 1 Lot.
Koddln, Est B, 1869, 1871, St Thomas, 600 acres.
Rodgers, W J, 1871, M stephen's, 460 acres.
Rodgers, Est W J. 1871, St stephen's, 19 acres.
Kodgers, John F, 1871, St stephen's. -:97acres.
Rook, W A, 1871, St Thomas. COO acres.
Ru h. A E, 1871, st Stephen's. 226 seres.
Russell, S D, 18)9. 1870, St Stephen's, 10 acre?.
Ravenel, Dr E, 1870, st Thomas, 4U61 acres.
Ravenel, Dr nene. 1870, St John's Berkley, 3500
Reentjsrna, L M, 1870. St Thomas, 630 atres.
Rivers, John, 1870, St Thomas, ito acres.
'Rofeartson, samuel, 1870, aount Pleasant, House
Rush, Mrs LlTzaowh, 1870, St Stephen's, 187 acres.
Hassell, TS, 1869, 1870, st stephan's. 200acres.
Russell, S T, 1870, ist Stephen's, 33 acres.
Russell, Amass, IHOQ, 1870, St Stephen's, so acres.
Sanders, Mrs Claudina, 1889,1870,1871, St Thomas,
Scott. Benj, 1869, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant, Va?
selgnious, FP, 1870,1871, Mount Pleasant,. Vacant
Shepherd, D, 18?9,1870, 1871, St James Santee, 260
Shepherd, Wm, 1871, Mount Pleasant, Vacant
Shingler, Wm P, 1871. St Thomas, 1981 acres;
Mount Pleasant, Hf use and Lot.
Simons, Wm, 1871, St Thomas, loo acres.
Sinclair A Manning, 1889, 1870, 1871, St James
santee, 8910 acres.
Sires, Francis, 1869,1870, 1871, Christ Church, 1260
Skipper^iirs S J, 1870, 1871. St John's Berkley, 200
Slattery, Catherine, 1869,1871, Christ Church, 860
Slattery, BedelllaL, 1871, Sullivan's Island, Bond?
Smith. J F, 1870. 1871. St Stephen's, Stn acres.
Smtih, Timbo, 1871, st si cpu en's, io acres.
Smith. Vennlng A Co, 1871, Christ Church, 45
Snowden,' Est Wm, 1871, St Stephen's, 700 acres;
Pinev.lle. House and Lot.
Snowden, Mrs M S, 1871, Pineville, House and
Snowden. Mrs M A, 1870. 1871, Pineville, Lot.
Stoll, Thomas, 1869,1870,1871, St James Santee,
Stone, Wm, 1889, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's, 76
Strohecker, H F,-1870, 1871. Christ Church, 20
acres; Mount Pleasant. Lot.
Symons, Est Jno. 1809, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant,
1 Lot and 2 Houses.
Sanders. Samuel, 1870, Christ Church, Mount
Pleasant. House and Lot
Shingler, Mrs A A, 1870, Mount Pleasant, House
Starbright. Jos. 1870, St Stephen's, 100 acres.
Simmons, B B, 1869,18 0, St Thomas, 700 acres.
Skipper, J B, 1869, 1670, Sc James Santee, 3500
Skipper, Isaac, 1869, 1870. St James Santee, 664
Sparkman, J F, 18G9, 1870, Pineville, House and
Stevens, Est H L, 1870, St Stephen's, 917 acres.
Stevens, Est H L, 1870. Pineville, House and Lot.
Swinton, Est W A, 1869, 1870, Ch ri ,t Church, 1200
Taylor, shadrack. 1871, St Jarnos Santee, 15 acros.
Taylor, Thus, 1871, St James santee, 14 acres.
Tnomllnson, Mrs M, 1871, Christ Church, 660
Thomltnson, Mrs M. 1871, Mount Pleasant, two
Lots and six Houses.
Thnrcten, Mrs A, 1870, 1671, St Stephen's, 170
Thweatt, w L, 1871, St Stephen's, 300 acres.
Tlenoken, Henry, 1868, 186 ?, 1870, 1871, Mount
Pleasant, Vacant Lot.'
Tingmau, Julius C, 1871, st Stephen's, 42 acres.
Toland, K W, 1870,1871. St Stephen's, 60 acres."
Tonhey. Jno M. 1869, 1870, 1871, sullivan's Island,
Tncker, Henry, 1870.1871, St James Santee, 1300
Thompson, Francis, 1870, Sullivan's island, Build
VanveiBor, Mrs A, 1869, 1870, 1871, St James San?
tee, 60 acres.
Varna, June, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, Christ Church,
Vennlng, R S, 1869, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant,
Lot ajj|L2 Huhnes.
VenulngSBtj, 1869, 1870, 1871, Christ Church, eoo
Vennlng, R D. 1869,1870: 1871, Mount Pleasant, 1
Lot aud 2 Houses.
Vennlng, John, 1809, 1870, 1871, christ Church,
Vennlng, Est H M and B, 1370, Mount Pleasant,
Vennlng. Est H M and B, 1870, 1871, Christ
Church, House and Lot.
VUlapuntaux, Est M B, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1671, St
John's Beikeley. 260 acres.
Vlllapontaux, Est B, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, St
Juhn's Berkeley, 1600 acres.
Vlllapontaux, Benj, 1868, 1869,1870,1871, St John's
Berkeley, 16U0 acres.
Vincent, H E, 18,9 1870,1871, Mount Pleasant, 1
Vennlng, J W, 1871, Mount Pleasant, l Lot.
Vennlng W 0,1870, st Tnomas', 935 acres.
Vennlng, W 0,1870, Ci rist Church, 935 acres.
Weathers, Est D 0. 1870, 1871, St Stephen's, 760
Weathers, Phillp, 1869, 1871, St Stephen's, 2030
wells, Henry, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's, loo acres.
Wnaley, E L, 187i, St John's Berkeley 1800 acres.
Wharton, George, Mount Pleasant, 1 Lot.
White. Mrs Mary, 1869, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's,
Wilkinson, J, 1868. 1869, 1870, 1871, Sullivan's Is?
land, i Building.
Willi ms, Isaac, 1868, 1870,1871, St Thomas, 24
Willis, Est Henry, 1868, 1869, 1670, Sullivan's Is?
land, 1 Building.
Wandbam, Fat F, i860,1870,1871, St John's Berke
. ley, 600 acres. .
Wlther-p ion. Robert. 186S, 1869, 1870, 1871, St
James Santee, 50 acres
Warley, J 0, 1869, 1870, Pineville, 1 Lot and 4
Warley, B M, 1869. 1870, Pineville, i Lot.
Welch, W B, 1870, St stephen's, 77 acres.
Welch, Miss Susan, 1869, 1670, St stephen's, 30
Wells. Absolom, 1870, St Stephen's, 600 acres.
Whaley. L L, 1870, Mount Pieaaan*, 1 Lot and 3
Whiteside, Moses, 1870, Christ Church, 685 acres.
Whiteside, Moses 1870, Mount Pleasant, House
Windham, M, 1870, St Thomas, 386 acres,
windham, u, 1870, st Juhn's Berkeley, 1260 acres,
winiam-, J J, 1868. 1870, >t Stephen's, 6441 acres.
Whliden, W H, 1871, Christ Church, 1500 aeres.
SAMUEL L. BENNETT.
Jun27 County Auditor.
pAOIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers ot the above line leave Pler^f jfjBfc
So, 42, North River, root of Canal??ttfii2
itreet, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, ot tue uui
ind 30th of every month except when these
latea fall on Sunday, then the saturday preceding.
All departures connect at Panama with steam
3ra for South Pacific and Central American ports.
Departure of 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
sisco drat of every month, except when lt falls on
sunday, then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
llrect from New York to Aspluwall.
Une hundred pounds baguage free to each adnlt
?edlctne and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information apply
it the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
'oot of Canal street, North River, New York.
]nly26-lyr F. B. BABY, Agent. I
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The faBt soiling Pilot Boat YOUNG J??
AM Urtica, thirty-eight iona burthen, in VOTP
every re*pect reaiiy for ;-ea voyige. ami would
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N. B_Said Yacbt has j st retnrm d from
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29th June, at 1 O'OlOCk P. M.
as- Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
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NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
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I o sur -nee b? steamers or this Line X percent.
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MW Through Billa of Lading given on cotton to
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ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
SAIL EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
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Freight for points above Georgetown will be
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trouble or sending to the Mills. . -?
For Freight engagements, apply to the Captain
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AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
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HEALTH OB PLEASURE
That bis arrangements are now perfected to
All that can be desired by those who seek the
combined attractions of a. ii j ? ?
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL AND VALUABLE MINE?
RAL WATERS 11 li?
Together with the pleasant'temperature and. in?
vigorating breezes to be enjoyed at Atlanta, situ?
ated on one of the most elevated portions ef
Middle Geargla. A band of .
Hos been secured to render approplate Music
THE BALL ROOM,
One of the most capacious, thorouzhly ventilated,
and brilliantly lUumlned ii america, ls thrown
open nightly for the enjoyment of gilesta In
addition to which ls a
BILLIARD ROOM, ,
For the especial enjoyment of the Ladles. '
The wonderful curative properties of the
Water are now folly, established, as can be.
proven by testimony or those who have thoroughly
tested and realized its efficacy.
For the season for Families can be made on appli?
43~The Proprietor of the H. L KIMBALL
HOUSE respectfully solicits that patronage,
which he deems his efforts to successfully cater
for the appreciative taste/>f a refluid public enti?
tle him to. . ? .
Jun24-lmo & C. CRITTENDEN.
A VIL ION HOTEL,
CHARLESTON, & a
G. T. ALFORD & CO.,
mayl4 R. HAMILTON, Srjperlntondent.
? CHARLESTON, Jane l, 1872.
EXOURS'ON TICKETS to Greenville, Anderson'
and Walhalla have beeb pur. on sale TO-DAT, and
will continue on sale nani 1st September.
Good tb retam jantll 1st November. ?
Bagg ge checked through.
Rn CM to Greenville and Return $17 so. .
Price to Anderson and Return $16.70.
Price to Walhalla and Retam $19 80.
Price to Spar tan b u rg and Return $15 30.
Excursion Thkets also on aale to Catoosa
Spring? (OaO-prlce $24. ' . .. . .> .
8. B. PICKE NS, A. L. TYLER, i
jnnl . G. T.' A. ._vice-President.
g OUT H CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CBAKLBSTUN, S. U.. May 19, 1872.
On and after SUNDA?, May 19, the Passen?
ger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad wUl rad
as follows: i . ' ,
FOB AUGUSTA. . 1
Leave Charleston.~.? 8.10 A M.
Arrive at Augusta.4.26 r x
Leave Charleston.8.10 A M
Arrive at Colombia.4.06 F X
Leave Augusta. 7.40 A X
Arrive at charleston.8.20 if x
Leave columbia.7.40 A X
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 rn,
AUGUBTA NIGHT BXFBB88. , .,
Leave Charleston.:.7.20 r x
Arrive at Augusta...' 6.00 A X
Leave Angosta.7.40 F K
Arrive at Charles ron.. 8.46 A X
OOLUKBIA NIGHT RIP RESS.
Leave Charleston. 8.20 F x
Arrive at Columbia.6.40 A K
Leave Columbia.6.(0 F x
Arrive at Charleston. 6.66 kA
1 B?MMKR VILLI TB All?. - '.. -
Leave Summerville at. T.3S A X
Arrive at charleston at.^8.46 A X
Leave Charleston at. 3.30 F X
Arrive at summerville at.4.46 t x
CAMDEN BRANCH. . .R)
Leave Camden.. 6.16 A X
Arrive at Columbia...10.40 a x
Leave columbia.K46 F X
Arrivo at Camden...............6.26 F x
Day and Night Trains make close connections
at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Central
Night Train connects with Macon and Angosta
Colombia Night .Train connects with Greenville
and columbia Railroad, and with Charlotte Road
to points North. .
Camden Train connects at KlngvUie dally (ex?
cept sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
runs through to Colombia.
.. A, L. TYLER, vice-President.
8. B. PICKENS. G. T. A._ laalO
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM
PANT. ;' . :,
0HARLB8T0N, S. C., June 8,1872.
Trains will leave charleston Dally at 10.16 A. M.
and 8.00 P. M.
arrive at Charleston 6.00 A. M. (Mondays cr?
eepier) sad 3 P. M. <
Tram does not leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., SUN?
Train leaving 10.16 A. M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Rlcnmond and Acqola
Creek only, going through in 44 honra
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P.M. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRI DAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY la Bal
timora. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain Sim?
DAT In Warning ton, N. C.
Thia ts the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to cincinnati, Chicago and otaer points
West and No thwest, both Trains making con?
nections at Washington with Western Trams ott
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, ^
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. Lj OLEAPOR, Gea. Ticket Agent. mav21
AV ANN AH AND CHARLESTON
Cn ARL gs TON, Jane JJ, 1871. 1
On and after MONDAY. June 17th, the Pas?
senger Trains on this Road will ron as follow*:
Leave Charleston dally.aso P. M.
Arrive at savannah daily.9.46 P.M.
Leave Savannah dally.>.11.30 P. M.
Arnve at Charleston dally. 7 A.M.
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. M.
Arrive at savannah, Sunday s excepted. 3.3D P. M.
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted...- ' ll A. M.
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exo'ted. 6.60 P. M.
Passengers from Charleston by 3.30 P. M. train
make close connection with Port Royal Railroad
for Beaufort, (Sundays excepted.) \ : ;;.
Freigut forwarded daily on torongh bills of lad?
ing to points in Florida and by Savannah Une ar
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Royal
Railroad and at as low rates as hy any other Hoe,
Tickets on sale at thia office for Beaufort over
Port Royal Railroad.-- C. s. GADSDEN", '???>
Engineer and Superintendent
8. 0. BOYLSIW, oen'l Ft. and Ticket-Agent.. [
)unl4_' **..:?-:-.-.-.' v
OK MARBI AGE
Happy relief for Yoong Men from the effects
of Errors and Abuses in early life. Manhood re?
stored. Nervous debUlry cured. ' impediments
co Marriage removed. New method^of treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Bool?
?nd Circulars sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad*,
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 Sooth %
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. ocOJ