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CUD ROU ES.
Religio?? Services fo-To.Morrow, Sun
.lay June 30, 1873.
Christ Church-Rm 1-dge avenue, above Line
street-5.30 P. M. Eveuing Prayer. Sermon
by Rev. J. Mercier Oreen, rector.
Cnurcn of tue Hoiy C >mmtiinon-corner of
Ashley anil Cmnou .-tra?is-10 30 A. M. Morn?
ing Prayer. Sermon by Rev. A. Tooraer Por?
ter, rector. Eveuioir Prayer at 5 P. M.
Grace Choren-Wentworth street, near
Gleoe-10 30 A. M. Mtiraimr" .'ruy-r. Ser?
mon by Rev. C C. Piockney, rector. Eve?
ning Prayer at 5.30 P. M. Suuday-schcol at 9
bu John's Chap"l-corner of Amherst and
Hanover streets-10.30 A. M. Morning Prayer.
Sermon by Rev. A. VV. Marshall, D. D, rec?
tor. Evening Prayer at 5 P. M.
St. Luke's Church-corner of Elizabeth and
Charlotte stree s-10 30 A. M. Morning
Pray-r. Sertnou by Rev. William O. Premiss,
rector. Ebering Prayer and Sermon at 5 P.
M. Sunr ay school at 9 A. M.
St. Michael's Cnurch- comer of Broad and
Meeting streets-10 30 A. M. Morning Prayer.
' Sermon by Rev. R. S. Trapier, rector. Eve?
ning Pray- r at 5.30 P. M.
Si.. Ptu's Cu.ircu-Coming, near Warren
street-10 30 A. M. Morning Pra\ er. Sermon
by Bev. James H. Elliott, rector. Evening
Prayer at 5 P. M.
St. Phi ip a <:i,urch-Church street, between
Queen aud Cumberland-10.30 A. M. Morning
Prayer. Sermon ny Rev. J.ihu Johnson, as
eistaut minister. Evening Prayer ut 5.30 P. M.
Su Stephen's Free Church-Anson street,
between Society and Geoi ge-10.30 A. M.
Morning Pra>er. S<-imou by R-v. W. H.
.Hanckei, reoior. Evening Prayer at 5 P. M.
Cathedral Chapel-Quo-n street, opposite
Archdale-Rev. Daniel J. Qulgley, pastor;
Bev. H. P. Northrop, asslsiaut. Low Mass at
7 aud 9 A. M. H'gtJ Ma93 at 10.30 A. M. Ves?
pers and Benelictlon at 6 P. M. Sunday
school at 9 A. M.
8L Joseph's Church-Anson street, near
George-Rev. C. J. Croatian, pastor. L?w
Mass at 7 s M. High Mass at 10.30 A. M.
JTeapers and Benediction at 7.30 P. M. Sun?
day-school al 9 A. M.
SL Marv's Church-Hasel street, near King
Bev. C. Bl Northrop, pastor. Low MASS at 7
A. M. H ?ti M .ss at 10.30 A. M. Sunday
Behool at 9 A. M.
Sr. Patrick's Church-corner of Radcliffe
and St. Pulilp sfreeiB- Rev. John Moore, D.
D., pastor; Rev. S. Carew, assistant. Low
Mass at 7 and 9 A. M. Hieb Mass at 10 30 A.
M. Vespers and B?n?diction at 5 P. M. Sun?
day scnool al 9 A. M.
Mass win be celebrated- on Sullivan's Island
at 7 A. M.
First Church-corner or Meeting and Trad*
streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M . by Rev. J.
Forrest, D D . pastor, and ar. 4 P. M
Second Church-comer of Mer tins and Char?
lot!** ftreeis. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Rev.
G. R. Blackett, pastor. Sunday-school at 5 P
Central Church-Meeline street, near Soci?
ety. 8ermon at 10.30 A. M . by Rev. W. C.
Daua, D. D., pastor, and at 4 P. M.
Glebe ctreet Church- GI? be street, near
Wentworth. Serat m ar. 10.30 A. M., by Rev.
J. L. Glrardeau, D. D , pastor.
Bethel Church-corner of Pitt and Calhoun
streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by hev. A.
M. Ohnetzberit-f'pa-anr, and at 5 P.^ M. Sun
day-school ai 9.A. M.
Spring Street Church-corner of Spring and
Coming streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by
Bev. R D. Smart. Sunday-school at 4 P. M.
Trinity Church-corner Hasel street and
Ha den lane. Sermon ar. 10 30 A. M., by Rev*.
E. D. Smart, and at 8.15 P. M. Sunday-school
at 4 P. M.
BU Matthew's (German) Evangelical Church
. -King street, near Vatiderhot st. Serm in ai
10.30 A. M. by Rev. L. Muller, pastor, and at
4 P. M. Sn nd av- School a> 9 A. it.
Su John's Kvantielljal Church-corner Arch
dale and Clifford streets, sermon at 10.30 A.
M by Rev. T. W. Dosh, pastor, and at 6 P. M
Sunday-school at 4.30 P. M.
Wen- worth Street Cnurch. Sermon at 10.30
. ? A. M. by Rev. W. S. Bowman, pa-tor, and
at 6 P. M. Sunday-school at 8.45 A. M.
Cir<.jei Square Church-comer of Meeting
and Henrietta streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M..
by Rev. E. T. Wlokler, D. 1)., pastor. Sun
day-eohool at 9 A. M.
First Batist C i uren-Chu rob. rtreet, be
tween Tradd and Water. Sermon at 10.30 A.
M., by Rev. L. H. Shuck, par-tor, and at 5 V.
M. Sunday-School at 9 A. M.
Circular Church-Meeting street, between
Sue-n and Cumberlmd. Sermon at 10.30 A.
^. try Rdv. W. M. Adams, pastor, and at 4.30
Hnguenot Church-comer of Queen and
Ohnrch streets. Sermou at 10 30 A. M by 11
Bev. C. S. Vedder, pas or, and at 5 P. M. Sun
day School alter morn 1. g service.
Unitarian Church-Archdale strept, between
Queen and Clifford. Services at 10.30 A. M.
?. MTSCELl ANEODS.
Mariners' Church-Church street, between
Water stre-t and stoll's ailey. Sermon at 10.30
A. M. by Rev. W B. Yaies, chaplain.
Oruhnnnoutv Chapel-Vandernorst street,
between King and Sr. Phillp streets. Sermon
at 5 ?. M. by Rev. w. H. Adams.
Confirmation at Camden.
On Sunday last Right Rev. W. B. W. Howe
administered the rite of confirmation to three
candidates at Grace Church, Camden. Owing
to sickness the pastor, Rev. B. F. D. Perry, was
absent, and the bishop conducted the entire
services morning and afternoon, preaching at
both services. The congregation in the morn?
ing was very large end the services impressive
to a high degree.
. * Bev. T. D. Peurifby, of Edgefleld, is dead.
The Edgefleld Baptist Church ls being paint?
Dr. J. P. Smeltzer entertained the citizens of
Walhalla in "an able, eloquent and Instructive
address," on temperance, on the 15th Instant.
The colored women of the Baptist denomi?
nation ot Edgefleld gave a hot supper recently,
to aid In building a church, and realized sixty
The Lancaster (S. C.) District Conference
will be held at Rock Hill, commencing on
Thursday. 29th of August, next. Rev. A. W.
Walker will preach the opening sermon.
Tn? faculty, ol the Southern Baptist Theo?
logical Seminary announce that the agitation
concerning the removal of the seminary, what?
ever may be its result, cannot afr. ct ihe ap?
proaching session, which will certainly be in
Greenville, s. C. Tne session will open on
Monday, September 2.1872.
Installation In Williamsburg County.
The Iodlantown and White Oak churches
> now have a resident pastor. Rev. A. R. Ken
' nedy waa oroalned and installed a minister on
Sunday, the 16 h instant, and will hereafter
preach at those churches regularly, ofhot^ing
two-thirds of his lime at Indiantown Cburcii,
and the other ihird al Whit? Oak Church. Mr.
MoAlpIn, a theological student, ls now supply?
ing the Will amsburg and Union churches on
CLUBS AND STARS.-The attendance at the
Tayor's Court yesterday morning was slim,
and the cases lew and lar between. Two
men, born under the same star, became fear?
fully Inebriated at the same time, and both
aid themselves down to rest. One chose the
corner of East Bay and Wentworth street, and
the other took a trial Justice's office in Chal?
mers street. Both were aroused by Clubs and
Stars and met at the Guardhouse: They came
before the Mayor to,ieiber,and were each tined
one dollar. They paid up, and as they leit
said "such Is fate." This curious case oi co?
incidence was lo lowed by the asiray list,
which consisted ot ihieeducks, lound roamlug
at the corner of Marget and Anson streets.
There being quacks enough running loose
about the dry, the Muy or ordered the delin?
quents to be kept for the owner. The court
adlourned in form.
THE MORTAR AND PESTLE.
The Apothecaries, Dru gel,is and Phar?
For months past the faculty of the Medical
College have been receiving applications aud
holding weekly exam'n itlons lo conformity
with the la-e act of the Legislature, as to the
qualifications ot the. purveyors of drugs and
medicines of the State. These are all now
required to take out licenses, and the follow
in:: is a list of those who, being graduates In
medicine or pharmacy, were granted their li?
censes on application without another exami?
nation: G. W. Aimar, Thos. 0. Almar, Dc. H.
Bier, Ed. S. Burnham, C. F. Panknln, Dr. A.
Raoul, Dr. A. C. Spencer, A. F. Tum Voor
deen. Dr. Geo. Cauller, Dr. M. Greenland,
Charleston; Dr. James E. Byrd, Timmonsville
S. C.; Dr. A. C. Dukes, Orangeburg, S. C.; Dr.
John May, Yorkvllle, 8. C.; Dr. J. A. Mayes,
Mayesville, S. C.; Dr. E. Norton, Con was boro',
S. C.; Dr. D. S. Price, Marlon, S. C.; Dr. A. J.
Vidal, Bennettsville, S. C.
Those who were granted licenses after their
examinai ion are as follows: A. 0. Burbot, A.
W. Eckel, C. 0. Michaelis, A. H. Scliwake
and C. F. Schweitman, Charleston; A. F.
Graham, Marlon; Wm. H. Habers, Aiken; Wm.
C. McMillan, Marlon.
In compliance with the act, all apothecaries
are also required to have their names register?
ed In Columbia. Arrangements have been
made between Dr. Trescot, dean of the facul?
ty of the Medical Colleae of the State of South
Carolina, and Rev. C. Bruce WalKer, secre
j tary of the faculty of the University of South
[caroline.. Coiuini-li, by which all those who
I have received a license from the Medical Col?
lege cnn be registered by simply enclosing In
a letter addressed to Rsv. Mr. Wa ker their
names, place of business, <fcc, and the registra
llon*?ee of one dollar.
YACHT* SOLD.-The schooner yacht Sonny
Side of 16 20-100 tons burden, the properly of
E. R. Morrl?, Esq., was sold yesterday morn?
ing at auction by Leitch & Bruns lor $1300
AWARD OF DIPLOMAS.-Diplomas have been
awarded the tallowing named gentlemen of
the Clarlosophic Society, of the University of
South Carollua, viz : W. F. Wright, John Mc
Junklu, 8. J. McElroy, G. W. Abneyj..O--^
Harris and R. E. Selbels. Of the^srfporadlan
Society : B. L Boon, Jno. P- arthur, D. B. Dar?
by, S. D. Melton, B- ? Townsend, A. Wallace
andT. H,J^g^- _ .
FOREIGN CARGOES.-Mr. Henry Card cleared
yesterday the British bark Marla, for New?
castle, (Eng.,) with nine hundred tons phos?
phate rock; also, by the same, the British bark
Pille de l'Alr, for Liverpool, with six hundred
barrels spirits turpentine, two thousand three
hundred and elghiy-elgbt barrels rosin, and
four thousand and two alav?s. By Mr. W. P.
Hall, the Spanish brig Vencedor, for Barce?
lona, with one thousand and twenty barrels
TAX SALES.-The following property In this
city was sold for taxes yesterday :
House and lot. No. 5 st. Phillp street, owned
by Ormsby Burke, for $47 15.
Vacant lot In Chapel street, owned by David
Bracy, for $21 24.
Both pieces were knooked down to the
State, there being no bidding. The Bale of
i he city property will be closed out to-day,
and that ut the county property, as advertised,
will begin on Tuesday.
CRUMBS.-Veaterday morning was quite
There was afine display of bunting from the
Cliy Hall and Guardhouse, upper and lower,
yesterday in houor to the 28th.
A pleasant excursion trip can be enjoyed on
the schoooer Elizabeth this afternoon, leaving
Commercial wharf at ball-past lour o'clock.
The difference between a bear's foot and a
lopal item Is, lhat one ?as the claws at the end
of the paws and the other has the pause at
the end of the clause.
THE NATIONAL ZODAVES.-This new club held
i meeting la-t Tnuraday night, and adopted
is its nun e the "National Zouave? of Charles?
ton." They also adopted resolutions confining
the organization to one president, four vice
presidents. Ave wardens, eight directors and
eighty active members. An election for offi?
cers will take place about the first of August,
fiad the form tl signing of the company's roll
begun on the same ulghl. All. members not
oaving yet signed, or applicants desirous of
loluing the organization, are requested to pre?
sent themselves at a time and place to be
specified In an advertisement which will ap?
pear in THE NEWS. Arrangements for unl
lorms and arms have already been made at
THE CHARLESTON EXCHANGE.-Aa adjourned
meeting of the Charleston Exchange was held
yesterday afternoon at the moms of the Cham?
ber of Commerce, Mr. T. D. Jervey in the
chair, and the institution completely organiz
ed by the election ol the following officers lo
serve until the first annual meeting on the
15th of next December: President, William
Ravenel; Directors-Francis J. Pelzer, Theo?
dore Huchet, Charles Edward Wunderlich,
James S. Murdoch. Frederick Tupper, Henry
Card, George W. Williams, Wm. L. * enholm,
B. G. Plnckney, R. T. Walker, B. F. Huger
and W. J. Mccormack. A committee, consist?
ing of Messrs. Smith, Lafitte au i Hanckel, was
appointed to notify the president elect, and?
the meeting adjourned subject to the cali of
DEATH OP MR. E. E. BEOFORD.-Intelligence
waa received here yesterday of the death of
Mr. Evert E. Bed lord in New York, where he
was travelling for bis health. Mr. Bedford is
known here as an energetic and enterprising
grocer. He came" to this city with the Feda
ral troops in 1865, and alter keeping a small
grocery for some time, secured the agency of
Messrs. William 8. Corwin & Co., of New
York-. By successful management he was en?
abled at length to buy out this branch ot the
firm, and then kept the extensive and popular
grocery on King street in bis own name until
a few months back, when his falling heal- h
compelled bim to retire and leave the bus!,
ness in the hands of his successors, Messrs.
Laddj Mart?n & Mood. He left ibis eily a few
weeks Tjtwic^and died at a Bmall town in the
State of New>T<?rk.
The two establfirh-j^nis of Messrs. Ladd.
Martin & Mood, in Klnga-.<}M,.e|iD?, streets,
were closed yesterday out .o^T*>sanect to the
memory of their predecessor in busTo^?s
Ilotel Arrivals--June SS.
John Shephard, Augusta; R. D. Brown, North
Carolina; John Elliott, Indiana; James Brock
lngton, W. N. Brocklngton, King-tree; Mrs.
Slontman, Iwo children and servant, A. Clark,
Pennsylvania; James Mahoney, John J. Car?
rington, Newberry; Jas. Van Tassel, Orange
burg; W. H. Hall, Connecticut; D Odom, Bon
neau's; L. 0. Lee, George's Staiioo.
C. 0. Grovenow, Baltimore; A. 8. Sllnaon,
Detroit; M. McRoberts, A. Dyer, V. Smiih,
New York; J. S. Guignard, South Carolina; T.
A. Elliott, Orangeburg; Mr. and Mrs. Nisbet,
child and toarse, Miss Jackson, Savannah.
THREATENED SUSPENSION OF THE |
The startling announcement appeared In the
Columbia Uolon a few dajB ago, on the au?
thority of Ur. Lebby, the health officer of the
port of Charleston, "that, owing te the want
of funds for quarantine purposes, he will prob?
ably be obliged to raise '.he quarantine from
Georgetown to the coast of Georgia on the
18th July," and Dr. Lebby, who has just re?
turned from Columbia, repeats the statement,
and Bays that all his efforts to obtain any por?
tion of the liberal appropriation made by the
!a?t Legislature for the quarantine service
have utterly failed. He sa.? s that twenty-five
hundred dollars ls the minimum amount re?
quired to malnain the quarantine uutll next
fall, and a warrant for that amount was drawn
last week by the comptroller-general, but, on
presentation to the treasurer, it was met by
the stereotyped reply, "No money In the
treasury." He has since been making every
effort to ?blala lile, money from the treasurer,
and he sa) s he has been assisted to the extent
of their power by Governor Scott and Comp
troller-Geueral Neagle, but without Buccess,
and he now sees no resource but to raise the
quarantine, and abandon the coast to Its
chances ol inf. dion. The crew ol' the quar?
antine boat at Bull River have already got
tired of walting for their pay, and abandoned
the boat last week, but Dr. Lebby has already
made private arrangements to pay another j
crew for the present, at least, and the quaran?
tine Is re-establish ed.
LIB EH AL REPUBLICANS.-The following no?
tice appears In the Republican of last evening:
AH Liberal Republicans, opposed to the
pres-nt Federal and Slate covernments, are
! Invited to attend a meeting "on Monday night
next, at the office of the Charleston Dally lie- j
publican, lor the purpose of organizing tor tue
campaign. The appointment ot an executive
cotumlitee and other business ol Importance
will be brought iorward lor consideration.
AUDACIOUS. BOBBERT.-Another daring and
astounding''achievement of the gang of bur- j
glare who appear to be Infesting the city re?
mains to be recorded. Last Thursday eve?
ning the residence of Mr. Burnham, on Hud?
son street, was entered by burglars,' who made
their way to-the sleepy apartment of that
gentleman, aoA?ciou8ly picked up and exam
jntuwaOuble-barreled rifle which Mr. Burn?
ham keeps at his bedside expressly for target
praciice upon such visitors, and then coolly
helped themselves to the contents of bis purse
and var'ons other portables about the room..
No alarm was caused, and the robbery was not
discovered until on awaking yesterday morn?
ing, Mr. Burnham found his gun In one cor?
ner of the room and his empty purse lying on
the floor, and nothing has since been heard of
the thieves. Police !
TRAPPISO A THIEF.-Yesterday evening
Robert Loyd, a worthy representative of the
light-lingered fraternity, entered the drug
store of Messrs. Graman A Sch wake, at the
corner of King and Mary streets, and, seizing
upon a favorable moment, attempted- to rifle
the UH. This Important little adjuuct, how?
ever, had been furnished with a patentHrap,
and the itching Angers ot Robert had hardly
closed upon the duveted greenbacks when his
hand was grabbed and held as If in a vice.
The thief struggled, kicked and swore, Bcat
terlDg the money about, but be was held se?
curely until the proprietor came up and found
Robert In limbo "fla?raute delicto./' A po?
liceman was called, the trap undone, and
Robert, nursing bis bruised Hogers, took his
way In charge of Clubs and Stars to-the upper
FOLLOWING A STREET CAR.-Yesterday
morolug a colored man Heated himself In one
ot the yellow street care on the trip up-town,
and was passing the City Hall, when another
darkey looked in the car, and Immediately
after started In pursuit of lt. He followed
closely, gesticulating fiercely, and evidently
laboring under intense excitement. The car
stopped, and the darkey swearing that the
colored man inside bad sold him a stolen hog,
threatened to arrest the man In the cars. He
was told to get a policeman lo do this, and the
car proceeded, pursued In the hot sun from
the City Hall up to the.corner of Wentworth
street by the excited darkey. The pursuer
here got on the car by invitation and rode
along, vowing vengeance against the quaking
pork-vender within. At the upper Guard?
house the car stopped, and a policeman hav?
ing been called lo, the colored man was ar?
rested on the charge ot stealing a pig. The
question Is to be settled to-day. The swin?
dled darkey was not sunni ruck.
meetings i ni? Day.
Washington Light Infantry Rifle Club, at
half-past 4 P. M.
Sumter Rifle Club, at quarter past 5 P. M.
Charleston Typographical Union, at half-past
8 P. M.
Washington Rifle Club, at 3 P. M.
JOBT RECEIVED, a ire sh. supply of solid Cedar
Chests, and lor sale low at Sil cox's Furniture
Store, northwest corner of King and Clifford
streets. _ Juo29-2
STOLL, WEBB A Co. are offering the follow-1
log goods at reduced prices: Plaid and Stripe
Nainsooks, 20 and 25 cents. Plaid and Stripe
Swiss, 25 to 30 cents. Plain Nainsooks 20 to
50 cents. Bordered Victoria Lawns, Plain
Victoria Lawns, 25 to 60 cents. French Swiss
Muslins, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, 75
cents to $1. Ladles Hem Stitch Handker?
chief, 25 cents, very cheap. Gent's L. C.
Hanokerchiefs, 25, 30, 35 cents, extra cheap.
Ladles' Superior White Cotton TTose, 25, 30 to
50 cents pair. ?100 dozen Gent', Half Hose at
$3 dozen,tworth $4.f Jun25-tuthBG
FCRCHQOTT, BENEDICT & Co., 244 King
street, have received per steamship Georgia
4 cases of 4-4 Eilerton U. S. Bleached cele?
brated Shirtings, which they offer for this
week at 15 cents, worth 18 cents-the cheap?
est Shirtings ever offered In any market.
FORCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co, 244 King
street.-150 rolls fiesh mattiDg, received per
steamship Champloo, 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 $137 and $150. Bal?
ance of our Dress Goods has been greatly re?
duced In price._
BniD'a EYE VIEW OP CHARLESTON.-Frames
for above $3 each. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
GREELEY SONG AND JOKE BOOKS.-A liberal
seo un t to the trade. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
LAWYERS^Thave their Brlels printed In
any style desired^ short notice, at THE NEWS
JOB OFFICE. X.^
FRENCH "PASSEPARTOUT" FRAMES for Card
Photographs, 25 cents, each, at Souder^ Galle?
ries, No. 263 King street. Junl7-lmo
DUTCHER'S LIGUTNING FLY-KILLER BWeeps
them off and clears the house speedily. Try
lt. Sold by dealers everwhere.
Tc BUSINESS MEN.-Save your money by
purchasing your Blank Books at the East
Bay News Boom. dec 14s '
' DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS ! - Louis Cohen
& Co. beg leave lo draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh Stock of Dress Goods,
just receit ed, comprising the latest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cent, below their cost of Importation. A
call ls respectfully solicited. Loins COHEN &
Co., No. 248 King street. maj 16
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS beautifully colored for
25 cents each, at Souder's Galleries, No. 263
King street._ Junl7-lmo
TB THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION1-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Boom. Branch of Ibe Hasel street es?
tablishment. _ 11 aprl6
PIQOE.-Another lot of those extra cheap
Piques at 25 and 30 cents, a so Apron Linens
at 20 and 25 cents, at Stol), Webo & Co., 287
King street. Jnn25 -tuth66
IF YOU want to buy cheap goods call on
Stoil, Webb ? Co., 287 King Btreet. They are
offering anolher lot of thoBe Colored Muslins
at 12* cents, also Grenadines and tferages at j
124 cents. Japanese Cloths at 15,20, 25 cents,
worth 25 to 40 cents. Jun25-tuths6
PLAYING CARDS, wholesale and retail, very
ebeap, at Von Santen'e, No. 229 King si reef,
BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, at 10 cents
each, at Yon Santen's, No. 229 Klug street.
YOUNO M RN. TACE NOTICE.-Base Balls and
Bats-cheaper thin the cheapest, HASEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr20-s
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr27-stuth
LIVERPOOL-Per Br hark F.lle de rAir-ooo obis
spit ns turp?n tine. 28R3 bo s rosi i, 4002 Staves.
NEWCASTLE, ENG -Per Br bark Marla-900 tons
UAKCBLON?-Per Span brig Vencedor-1020 bbls I
i'n IL An ELrn i A-Per steamship Virginia-60
bales cotton, ioi bales-domesilcs and goods. ?00
r?b:s naval stores. ?20 Heros rr?.-lamons old Ima.
682 crates ve^e.ables, 49,702 leet lumber, and. 241
rue Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, I
FRIDAY EVENING. Jone 28.18TX )
COTTON.-The market for this staple remained
dull, and there were noshes.
RICK -There was a mo lerate Inquiry for this
article at steady price*. Sales about 120 Heroes
of clean carolina, say lo tierces at 7X c, 2 at 7X,
30 at 8c, coat ?Xe, 10 at 8 Xe ft lb. We quote
common to fair at 7X@' Jic; good 8@6>?c.
NAVAL STORES.-Receipts light, say 28 bbls
spit its turpentne and ill bbls rosin. Sa'es 250
bbls spirits turpentine at 46c fl gallon; also 300
bois common grade rosin at $2 60@2 75 for No 2
and extra No 2 und $2 40 for strained; also 16
bb s crude turpentine, yellow dip, at $2 66 fl bbl.
Crude turpentine may be quoted at $3 40 for
virgin, $2 66 for yellow dip and $1 so for hard. ?
f HBioum-To.Liverpoo,, by steam direct, nomi
aal on upiauda, nominal on sea islands; via New
fork, Xdon apiaodav\d on sea ulanda; by sall,
Xd nominal on nplanda, on sea Islands nominal.
To tia vre - on nplaads. Coastwise-to Ne w. york
by ateam $2 on uplands and - on Bea Islands;
$1 60 ft tierce on noe; 60b fl bbl on rosin;
by sall Kc ft lb on cotton; - fl Meroe
on rico; eoe fl barrel on rosin; $8 f? M on
.um Mr; $10 ft M on timber. To Boston, by Bail?
ie fl lb on upland cotton ; rosin esc; resawed
stun* $10310 60; phosphate $5@5 60. To Provl
lonce, Dy sall $10 fl M on boards,Xo fl lb on
cotton; by steam $1- ft bale on Now York ratea.
Co Poliatelpnla, by steam $2 fl on cotton;
oy sall, $9v u on boards; $0 60@io on timber; $8
per ton en clay, and $8a$3 60 on phosphates. To |
Baltimore, by ateam Xo ft lb by sall, te 60@7 ft
M on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; $8 26 ft
ton on phosphate rock. "Vessels are In de
maud by our merchants to take lumber freights
rom Georgetown, S. C., Darlen and sat il ia Elver,
Da., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern porta.
?nd $ic@ia ft M are the rates on lumber and
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 23X.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The ban sa parchase
tight checks oa New York at par @ X premium,
and sell af X@X premmtum. Outside they pur?
chase at 1-16?x premium, and sell at 3-ie?x
marketa by Telegraph.
LONDON, June 28.
Noon.-Consols MX. Bonds 91.
PARIS, Jane 28.
Koon.-Rentes 63f 76c
Nsw TORS, June 28.
Noon.-Freights steady. Mocka atrong. uold
finn at 13X. Money easy at 4. Exchange, long
HJ?; sn on lox. Gjvernments strong. Slate
bonds qutet anu Urm.
Evening.-Mone? easy at 3a6. Sterling Arm at
BJ?aio. Gold UM 18X- Governments strung at
X?X advabce. states steady but Uuli; no changes,
LIVERPOOL, Jone 28.
Noon.-Cotton opened quiet und steady; up
land" uxailXd. Oi leans 11,v ; saes 10.00.) hales;
aalPB or ibe we. k 62 OOH; exports 6U?0; speculation
12 ouu; stock l.oil.ooo; American 33-.010; recel nt
69.000; Am> nc-in ?22.000; ac.nal export 6000; afloat j
282,uoo; American ;-7.010.
Later.-Cul tun quiet and steady; speculation
and export 2.O110 Dales. The stuck to-day waa
from actual count.
Evening.-Cot'on closed quiet and steady; up?
lands' m;d. Orleans uxailXd. Yarna aud
NEW YORX. Jane 28.
Noon.-COM on qnlet; aplauda 26X0, orleans
26c; sales390 baiea.
Evening.-Cotton easy; sales 1066 bales; np?
landa 26X0. Orl-ana 26XC salea of futures 12,000
ba ea, as follows: Joly, 24X. 26 11-16; August,
23 9-16, 23X: septemoer, 23 3-16, 28 6-16; Octoner,
2u 13-16, ?2UX; November, 20; December, lox,
19 9 16C.
BOSTON. June 28.
Net receipts of cotton O); groas 243; adra 200;
Block ll.ouo; net receipts of the week 155; gross
725; exporta to Great Britain 44; sal s lsou balea.
PROVIDENCE, June 28.
Stock of cotton 14,000 bales.
PHILADELPHIA, Jane 28.
Weekly net receipts of cotton 628; gross 2137
BALTIMORE, Jane 28.
Net receipts or cotton 28 bul a; gross 67; exports
coastwise ns; aa es 46; s.ock 896; weekly net re?
ceipts 223; gross 400; exporta coastwise 260; sales
or the week 364
CITY POINT. Jane 28.
Cotton, net receipts"r the week 16 bales.
NORFOLK. June 28.
Net recelnts of cotton 62 bales; expor s coast?
wise 18; stock 1144; weekly net receipts ie-3; ex?
ports coastwise 2684.
WILMINGTON, June 28,
Net receipts of cotton 6 hales; -it. ck 1084; week?
ly net receipts 68; exports coastwise 292; tales of
the week 269.
SAVANNAH June 28.
Net receipts 82 balea; exporta coastwise 103;
sa'e* 165; stock 2040;,weekly net receipts Ul; ex?
ports coaatwl.se 133; sales 4U6.
AUGUSTA, Jnne 28.
Net receipts 36 bales; eal's 19; stuck 8270; week?
ly net receipts 267; Bales 267.
MACON, Jane 28
Net receipts 16 bales; shipmen's 44; stock 143.
COLUMBUS, Jone 28.
Receipts of the week ll baie; shipments 66;
MEMPHIS, June 28.
Net receip'a or cotton 70 ba ea; ex.iurta cou at*
wise 102; stock 5408; net receipts of ihe week 662;
exports coa8twlae 820; sales 21PO
NA?HVILLB, Juno 28
Net receipts or cotton ll baits; tmipmeuts 80;
MONTGOMERY, June 28.
Receipts of cotton 10 balea; ublpinenta c6; atock
MOBILE. June 28.
Net receipts of cotton 40 bales; exporta coast?
wise 413; aalea 60; stock 2340; net receipts of tne
week 246; exporta to Great Britain 639; coaBtwtse
413; sales 700.
NEW ORLEANS, June 28.
Cotton-net receipts 278 boles; gross 278; sa es
8?0; atock 26,727; weesly net receipts 8 8; gr sa
82u; exporta to croat taut 450; coaatwlse 2163;
a ales 2400.
GALVESTON, June 28.
Cotton-stock 2110 bales; weekly net receipts
139; exports coastwise 72 .
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LONDON. June 28.
Evening.-Turpentine la quoted at 44ai6a.
LIVERPOOL, June 28.
The weather through! ut England la favoraole.
Breadstuira easier, neu* Wi atern wheat lia 8d to
12a; red winter 12a Od. Corn 26a Od. ,
NEW YORK, Jane 28.
Koon.-Floor duli and dc lmlr g. Wheat < nil
and heavy. Con declining Pirk qnlit; mes j
SU 20al3 25. Lard quet ?nd lu hayer* laVor.
Turpentine q lei. ?nd u> cha ged tit 62&52)?c.
hus lu dui! at $3 05 3 lu fur strained.
Kv- nmg.-b'.our dull aud lower; common to
fairexTa *7 30u? 5u; good to cu Ice $9 65a>2 76.
vi hiakey heuv. at 9.c. Wne.u la2e lower; go d
export demand at a decline; winter red Wes
lei n at G8a7uc. uoru a shat e e sier at G3;,aG4s c*
> lee uiiiet. Pork steany Lard dun and ne ivy.
at 8^a9^c. Navals stores qu et. Talluw steady.
Nsw ORLEANS, June 28.
Flour dull. C?rn quiet. Po K dun; ute* $12 75.
Bacon firmer at 0 tu o%c, 8 io 8)*c. Lard dull.
Sugar dull. Mo.ajses, no stock
fT. Lnois. June 27.
Flour dull and unchanged and i.u-inesa small.
0 rn <4ull'an>i UucnangKl; Nu 2 mixe? 40i\ Whis?
key firm at 88c. Pork du 1; orderl..t? $,2. Bacon
flrm. o.-.y ID limittd juboing demand. Lard uail
at 8?ic for summer.
Lons VILLE, Jnly 27.
Flour dull; extra fam ly $tt ?5 co-n MUM nal.
Pork steady at $12. ?aeon tlrm; shoulders 6?ie;
clear no 7?; olear sides 7?. Packed lard nrui at
?aloe, order lots tfc higher. Whiskey uull at 85a
Wilmington Market-Weekly Review.
WILMINGTON. June 27.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-The market throughout
the early penod uf i he werk and up io Tn Biay,
r?malned steady H nd active wt 480. TU-MLIV, In
sympathy wi h the New York market, a decuiieof
ic was a> cepc?-d. Wednesday die market dedin
e<i lc. and tu day a d cune ul lc has b. en made.
The receipts fur the we< k reach a toial of 4760
casks against 4064 fur la t week, an 1 crea e of 82
ca>ks, and Hie exp .rta were 6891 ca-ks aualust
'?.?Qi casks showing an lucreaae of 3626 iask-, and
t e ?lock on hand to-day is 46d2ca^ks again -i. 6898
casks, a decrease of 83t casks. The muru-1 closes
meady at 45c per gallun. Tuc Bales fur the week
foot up 2978 bbls.
CRUD a IURPBNTINE-During the weak just
ended i he stock un ha? d has wlih th-; dally re?
ceipts, supplied both the dist Uer und expurger to
the full extent ul meir wants. Under a good con?
sumptive aud sh pfitnR demand tue market re?
tained Us farmer pi lc ?a up to Tuesday, when cor?
respond lu g to the decline of spirits turpeauue
became dud and he?vy; receivers were loth to
give way to the views uf buyers, but ou Wednes?
day, a lu1 ther decline of tplr.B, buyers refu-ed
to pay i he asking rac B, aud sellera to tfl cc
, s.iim, succumbed to their wishes aud yellow dip
and virgin dedin- d 25c. The receipts are now
very neavy aud are lu fact, more than ls actually
neexlei for tue present ra inofacrurlug. Tue
stuck ha? increased, and the market closes dud
to-dny at $2 6u lor hard. $3 5 J for yellow dip, and
$3 76 for virgin.
RofiiN.-rue roaln mirket tlinugh still rather
qu et has been m TC active Tor the p.ist three or
, lour days than during the Drat part or ihe week.
I >tntine ijn the early pm ind tinder review was
active at tho closing rates of p evmua review,
bur. on Saturday, u-der the oecluing advices
norn few York gav? way. and -nc mel loo.
On Monday the decline was gained by a corr. -
apondlug advai.ee, since the uuiket has ruled
wltnout uhai ge with a fair demand for expon
and f re transactions. In che relative po-uloa
we have no very great changes to note in No. 2.
A- ta&ted by tit* dec lue of strained, prices
were a flttie off. buc have been rvgaiurd. and ene
quocauous of t >-uay are the ?ameai last wtek's;
No l and pales have experienced no ehaoee or
quotation. Aa the suppiy lmmtd ately avail.ble
ia only moderate, the undertone of tue market
bas shown more Bm-ngt?, and buyers are taking
od f dr amounis dally ai. the present pr c-s. The
reedits ure upward.-of ll OuO bbls. but the ex
porn have overreached iii: receipts, anti the
stock ls slightly reduced, beiog now 30,125 bbls,
against 32.075 bbls fur last week.
Sew York Naval Stores Harket
. Nsw > OBJX, June 27. v
The Dally Bulletin says: Recelp H io-day 2166
bbls rosin; 9u8 do spins of turpentine and 39S
dot ir. spirits turpentine are decidedly ea-ler,
bot with only a moderate movement. ?Sales ul
bbia at &2Xc; 60 bids at 52c. and 60 bbls at 61 KC.
Strained Malu continues quiet, and the pnce
sh JW? a further sunlit reoucil?n. Wu quote
$310o3 15. Fine grades are in modetate demand
and H eady, ?ales 2 0 bbls at $4 76a& 25. 0 bb s
at $6, au -106 bbls at $6 37 j?. Tar quiet bot firm.
New York Rice Market.
NEW YOBS June 27."
The Dally Bulletin saya : There lt no cnange on
thc (tenei al mai ker, a lair demand preval lug on
trade account, and former p lc-a rudng for most
goods, 'i he supply 1-? eqna> tin the outlet, but not
in excess, and or dom' stic there ls sea eely any?
thing offered until positiver caile<i f r. .-alts or
2A0 bans Rangoon at o^aTc; 126 bags Patna at
THC; and loo tierces carolina ac 8xa9^c, and
9Jic for very choice.
Interior Cotton Markets.
YOHKV LLB, June 26.
Cotton ia worth from 22>?J to 23.
CHARLOTTE, Jone 24.
No sales of cotton to-day.
" . GREENVILLE, June 26.
Cotton is selling to-day at 22 sa wc
?. cuLOMBUS, June 28.
Our market ls nominal; mid ulm a 23>,c; re?
ceipts Ove days ll bales against 8 last ween and
42 corresponding week 1871;s loped sime dav 80
aghlna* 32 and 223; sabs 46 b .Ls: receipts 2 balee;
shipments 66 bales.
MONTGOMERY, Jane 26.
The market li quiet and nominal; good ordi?
nary 22>?c; stri t good ord nary 21}i; low mid.
dungs 28>i ; middlloas23Xe.
Receipts per Railroad, June.28.
BOOTH CAROLINA RAH.HOAD.
?44 bales cotton. 86 b-iles roo-la, : 8 bbls spirits
turpentine, 101 bbla roam 151 obis fl mr, and 1 car
?too?. To Railroad Agent, Kinsman A Howell,
Chapeau A co, C Llebenrood, Harden A Park?r, ?
Kui.io, Wnllden A Jones. Frost. Adger A co, G A
Trenholm A .-on, Jeffords A co. R M Hutler A son,
Ravenel. Uo.mes * co, D Paul A t o Jno OampBi n
A co, Wageuer A Monsees, H Gerdts A co J v/"H
1 Ulausirn, XV (1 Jones A co, O Clacius, U is latte A
co, il Bul winkle.
6 bales cotton, 23 bbls erode turpentine, 598
bbls spirits t irpeutlne. v26 bola rosin. mdM> Ac.
To Barden A Parker, WK lld n A Jones, th peiu
A co. Kinsman A Bowe 1, O l.eib-nrood. Lt Unpin,
Frost, Adger A co. J M Caldwell A >on, order, F
Smith, E Well In/, Wagener A Mousees, J 0 mil nor
A co. W K Ryan, W ti Jones. C Sahlm nn, w C
Dukes A co, A S Smith, Tren . olm A ?sou, B F Sim?
mons, Railroad Agent, and others.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, rrom Savannah via
Reaufort, Hilton Bead, and Way Lanoluga-Capt
J J Flinn, Mrs D B Vincent, child and nurse, Mra
Ginns, K F 11 a- d. tl daer, Capt Thea, n, li P King
man, and four deck.
Per aceamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S G
Miel! Kaiuinskl, c did and nurse, Mrs stockman,
chil l and servant, Mrs Hazzaru, child and nurse,
4 G Tren 11 ulm, wife, etti d aud sei vane?. Rev Jes
Rubv. Augustus Di er, Mr Kirton, V MU Uli. Major
E Manlgautr, K Wallace, Dr F L Frost, E ? Bowes,
and tweive un de k.
AlAJULNE HEW H,
CHARLESTON, S. C.JONE 29. 1872.
oat 32 de? 4o min 83 sec. | Lon 7ftdeg67 nun 27 st c.
, 4KRIVED VEaTEKUAX.
Sehr Ann S Peas. Garbat .1, West Point Mill. 32
tierces rice. To W O Bee A co.
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNeity, Savannah via
Beaufort. Hilton- Head and other Landings.
38 tes rice. mdse. Ac. To Ravenel. Holmes A co,
II Bischun A co. G Riecke. Dowle, Moise A Davis.
J A pp e. Mary Simmons, H Ursine, Sont hem Ex?
press co, Roach A Marett, C L McCleu than, and
Meamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, S 0. 80
pkgs rice, 13,60u shingles, 1 piano, m se and sun?
dries. To shackeirord A Kelly, W c Bee A co. J R
Prli> ale A Son, K N rn ors tun, C R Holmes, Frost,
Adger A co N Emanuel, w E Huger, E a Barn?
well, H Bischoff A co, and others.
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley, Philadelphia-W
A Courtenay. .
British hark FUle de UAtr, Jonfe, Liverpool
H- nrv Cord.
Brlibrt bark Maria, Sin drake, Newcastle, Eng
Henry Card. '
spanlso. brig Vencedor, Corchs, Barcelona-W P
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley. Philadelphia.
Bi lg Lewis Cianc, stnicb, New Haven. %
FKCM TUls ft)UT.
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, at New York, 28th
British bark Anevoca, Williams, at Liverpool,
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship South carolina, Beckett, at New
York, June 26.
The ship Energy, Canlklns, rrom Bull River, S C,
was oil ccllly June 13.
NO-ttTHEASTEKN RAILROAD COM
CHARLESTON, S. O., June 8,1872.
Trains will leave charleston Dally ac io. 15 A. M.
and 8.00 P. M. -
Arrive at charleston 6.00 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cept eu) and 3 F. M.
Tram does not leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., SUN?
Train leaving 10 J6 A. M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqjla
Creek only, going tbr?ugh in 44 hours.
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P. M. Train have
cholee or route, Tia Ricnmo >d and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY io Bal
tlmure. Thone leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN*
DAY lu Wilmington, N. C.
This is the chi apest. quickest and most pleas?
ant route to > 1.1 cnn .i ti, chicago and ot uer points
West and No tbwest, both, trains making con?
nection- at Washington with Western Trains ol
Baltimore and Ohio Kailroa 1.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. OLEAPOR, Gen. Ticket Agent. m ay 21
QEotintrj Hat ?ali?.
pm* CHARLESTON COUNTY, ;iSE?
F.NTH DISTRICT.-OFFICE OF COONTA AJ?DJ>
TOR, CHARLESTON COUNTY, CHARLEST0?,!S.;
C.. JUNE 28, 1872-The attention of Delinquent*
TaxpayeralH t< spectra ly la viced to part of Sec-'
tlon 4th of "An Act io amend an Act entitled an
Aotp culing Tor the Asa-asment aud Taxation ef
Property." passed Septemoer 15. 1868. and alt
ActB arfiendatory thereto. Approved March 12, I
NEC. 4 That all landa and real estate within
thin st ite, whereupon, or In reap-ct whereof, any
sum uf m xicy remains Tlue or nayable alter the
aa e provided for lu sect hm 15, chapter 13. t.tle 3
of general &. annes, or w?ten are liable to he sold
for, or on account of, any tax laid bv or under
the authority uf thia State for state or Oount.v
pu po-.es. In accorda ce with the provialma of
eltner o. the a veral acta, f>r the purpose or as
aesHintc ano levy inst taxes fur the support of the
<>overnment of the State, and ur tne i-everal conn- <
tlc- ihereor. passed lu tne years 1868,18?s, 1870"
and 1871. shall be exposed to Baie, aud sold fur
the payment or Mien taxes and a l penalties
costs and charges thereon accrued, on the Brat
M nday In Juue. 1872, a id from nay to day there
arter, Sundays oi ly exepted. until the whole j
thereu shall be sold, at the place or pl ice-, on
tue terms aud in the manner nerdoati.-r provl
ded; such saleanau.be by rue County Treasurer of
each county, at the county ?eat, wno shall export*
and * ffer rh* said landa at public aale to be sold
and cunveyed in fee simple wlihoot the rtzht of
redemption, fur the payaient thereof; and the
county audi or shall execute a warranty deed lo?
Appleton, Nathaniel, 1869, 1870, EddlngSVllIe, 1025
acres aud 3 Buildings. .' -
Balley, Beujamlu. Jr; mo, 1871, Rockville, 600
acree ?nd l Building -
BaPey, W C, 1870, M John's, 670 acres. ,
Bailey, O ?, lb09,1870. 187 J , St Jotin's, S3 acres.
Balley, Estate E I). 1870, Rockville, 130 acres and
lot and a Bouses.
Ballev. Estate Wm, 1869, 1870, Edd ngsville, 4
Bftvnard/r A, 1670, Eddlagavllle, 300? acres and 2
Bolger. M, 870,1871, St Andrew's, 1 Bail iKg. '
brown. James, ls6S, 1869, 1870, 1871, St John's,
Brodie, i-eta e O M, 1869,^870, 1871, St Andrew's,
Bail, wm lzard, 18?., 1870, 1871, st Andrew's;,
1080 acresi <
Cha-e, 0 T, i860,1870, 187!. ?t John's,'860 aerea.
Oherrell. Mrs at A, 1869, 1870,1871, st Andrew's,
GhlHOlm Est J J, 1869, 1870, 1871, St John's, 763
cia. k, A J 1*168, 1870,',-Edolcgavllle, 297 acres and
Clark, Est J J, 1868,1869,1870, 1871, St John's, 857
Clark, H.st James Sr, 1870, 1871, Ed dings vi lie, 200
Oralia Geo J, 1868. ISTO, mi, St Andrew's, 280
Crew?. A J, 1869. 1870, St Andrew's. 60 acres, te
Des verney, Franca. 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871," Ed
Timgsv.lle, l Building.
Droge, J no P, 1868, lt09, 1870,' St Andrew's, loo
a. rea. ~%
Dupont, C S, 1868, I860; 1870, 1811, St Andrew's,
724 aerea. . "
Edlugri, J Evans, 1869, 1870,1871, St John's, 1786
Ed Inga, Misa P, 1868, 1869, 1870, St John's, 150
ncr? s. ' .
Fitch. Dr C, 1868, 1670, 1871, St Andrew's, 52
Fripp, Mrs Evans. 1870, 1871, St John's, 20 acres.,
Gervais Paul T, 1870, Legarevlhe, 660 acres, 2
Buildings ann l Lot.
Giegga. wm, 1870, St John's, Rockville, 3100 sores
aud l Lot. ?*
Llahuanau, Est J J, 1870, 1871, St John's, 214
LUarfnaiian. Est H D, 1870, St John's. 300 acres.
Hughes, O E, 1869, 187o, 1871, St Andrew's, 744
Humbert, J M, 1870, St John's Colleton, 1040
Jenkin-!, Est R H. mo, Rockville, 1600 acres and l
Lut and 2 Houses. . i
Jeuklus, Eni D K, 1870, St John's, 637 aces.
Je i K ms, MHjor J. 1869M87 '. St John's. 113 acres.
Kennedy. G G. 1870, at Joan's Oolieton, 3-?cres.
King, John, Trust?e, 1809, 1870, 1871, St John's,
lil acres.. - ;
Kinsman, H W, 1?69, 1870, 1871, St Andrews, 800
LaRouche, Jam? a, 1870, St John'd Colleton and
Rockville, 668 aerea', 1 Lot aud 2 Bmlolugs.
Legate. J O W. iS7u, it Andrew's, 826 acres.
Legar.-, Miss Ellen, 1870, St John's Colleton, 260
Lucan, J A D, i860, 1870, 1871, St Andrew's, 40
Lewis A Pratt, 1870, 1871, St Andrew'a, 1500 acres.
Min ell, TP, M ?. 1868. 18J0, 1871, -Eddlugavllle,
283 ac i es and 1 Bolldiair. : .
WI ken, Est E, 1888, 18c9, 1870, 1871, St John's, 85
Milne, Mrs EOS, 1869, 1870, 1871, St Andrews, 771
Moore, Thomas. 1870. 1871; St Andrew'?, 20acreB.
McEihlnney. E K. 1870, St John's, 828 acres.
Pollard, Mrs L, 1870. St John's. 404 acres.
Rubertnoo, E K, 1870, st John's Colleton, 447
Robinson, Mra E M and Children. 1868, 1869, 1670,
1871, M John's Coiletou, 260 acres.
Roblubon, J A. agt, 186 >, 1870, 1871, St John's
colleton, 1250 acres. - . -
Roper, Wm. 1?70, 1871, st John's, Legarevllle, 860
acres, i Lot ano 2 Hoat-es.
Sabley, ?ra Lydia, 1870,1871, St John's Colleton,
2 J aores.
Sanls, B?m, 1869, 1870, 1871, St Andrew's, 80 acres,
seaurook, Jonn L, 1870, Rockville, 1 Lot and 3
Scabro k.'J Edward, mo, mi, St Johu's, Ed
dmgavllle 460 acres and 1 Building
Seabrook, E W, 1868, 1869, 1870. St John's, Eddlngs
vllle. 1100 acre? and 1 Bundi ag
SeabiO k, Henry, 1888, 1869, 1870,1871, St John's,
shine-, Ned, 1868, 1870, St Andrew's, 600 acres.
Sprague A ?ruinera, 1870,1871, st Andrew'a, 160
Stuney, Theodore. In Trust. 1870. 1871, Eddlngs
ville, 860 aores and 2 Buildings.
Saras, c. 1870, Si. Jonu'.i, 60 avrtS.
Sean rook, Mts NE, 1869, 1870, St John's, 490
Terrill, Beary T, 1868.1888,.1870, 1871, St John's
, Coile on, 3 Buil lng-).
Thorner, ll L, 1863, lSoo, 1870, 1871, St Andrew's,
8uo Bcres. * '
Townsend. Daniel, 1869, 1870 St John'a, 600 acres.
To A les, D P. 1868, 1870, Si John's, 12 xi acieb.
T .nen, Mra J ,,a d Mrs Haui.lO, 1863, 18o9, 1870,
M Andie A'S, 782 acres,
walpole Legare, m IBU. St John's, 20 acres.
Wnulev, Wm, 1848,1870. 1871. st John's Eddings
viiie, -bo uciea aud 1 Llouse.
wiiaie., B Seabrook, 1870, 1871, Eddlngavllle, 93
Whaley, F M, ISTO, Rockville, 300 acres and 1
Uou>c aud Lut.
Whaley. W S, M D, 1870," Legarevllle, 1307 acres
and 1 House and Lot.
Whaiev, Dr J E, 1868, 1869. 1870, 1871, St John'a
Eddlngs.Lie. 121 acres and l Building.
Wilson, Jnu R, i860, mo, 1871, st John's Colleton,
wus m, j it, sr, 1870,1871, St John'a Colleton, ?aoo
SAMUEL L. BENNETT,
Jun29 _County Auditor.
JpOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITOBY.
NEW CATALOGUE, No. 28.
STUDIES IN POETRY AND PHILOSOPHY, by J.
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