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United States Court.
In the District Court yesterday, before Judge
Bryan, writsof attachments and monitions re?
turnable on the 5th of .August, 1872, at the
Greenville Court, against four hundred pounds
of tobacco, two horses and wagon found at
Laurens County, three hundred and twenty
gallons of distilled spirits and three copper
stills found at Spartanburg, two barrels ot
distilled spirits, mme, horse and wagon iound
at Union, aud f>r y gallons of distilled spirits
found at Spartanburg.
A bay mule, wagon and forty gallons of dis
tllied ?g'rtfa, and two horses, one wagon and
four hundred pounds of manufactured tobac?
co, seized for violation of the Internal revenue
law, were ordered to be s old by the marshal
alter due notice.
With the additional Jurors summoned by the
. marshal, the grand jury was organized as fol?
lows: M. W. Yenning, torc mao; Plenty Jef?
ferson, Ptnckoey Brantley, Wm. Spears.
Cudge Lamtv, Galvin Jefferson, CUyron Can?
non, Richard Wallace, James Trnesdell, Cal?
vin Strother, Lewis BICKley, B-M.J. Goodwyn,
J. B. Plnceel, Aug. Tnompson. Sancho Davis.
Williams A ni H. H -nry Ma.-wood, J. Reeves
Gibbes, C W Bingley, Ed. C. Tnarln, Joseph
Bamsou. J une* Doooln. Johu Meehan.
The grand Jury retired and soon after
brought In the following bills:
United States vs. Wm. J. McLaughlin, em?
bezzling letiers and stealing thereirom. True
bid. The- prisoner was arraigned and pleaded
guilty for i h wi i h.
Wm. S. B own, assignee of Reese & Mc
Cully,'bankrupt, was ordered to pay the lieus
reported against the eBtate by the registrar
and ho'd the balance subject t J the lurther
order of i he court. -
Adjourned until ten o'clock this morning.
v Thc State Court.
In the Court of Common Pleas, before Judge
Graham, the sealed verdict lu the case of Arch?
ibald Cameron vs. Biohard Arnold, brought In
by the Jory on Monday evening after the ad?
journment of tbe court, was opened and found
to be for the plaintiff, for three hundred and
The court was occupied all day in bearing
the case of Lawrence Pox vs. the Savannah
and Charleston Railroad-action for damages
for crunching off the piaintifTs left leg be?
tween two cars in an accident on the road,
near Greenpond, in December, 1870. After
hearing the testimony and arguments, the
case was given to the Jury under the judge's
charge, with Instructions to bring in a sealed
- Cases for trial to-day: Toomer vs. Humbert,
executor; Daly vs. Scott A Jennlngs^Murphy
vs. Thompson; Hough vs. Co.clough; McElroy
vs. Guy; Bomnell vs. Fredsburg; Hunt, Thome*
son A Co. vs. Willis; Hunt Bros. vs. Willis.
THE PHILADELPHIA STEAMERS are taking j
lamber to that port on accommodating terms.
The GuirStream, Captain Hunter, will Ballon
A GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT, to be given
at Military Hall by the Washlogton Cornet
Band, of Savannah, ls announced for the
evening of the 5th lost. See advertisement.
PERSONAL- W B. Smith, ot this city, ac?
companied by his wife, daughter and niece,
sa'led for Liverpool In the steamship Republic
which left New York on Saturday, the 29th
Tn GLORIOUS FOURTH.-All the banks will
be closed, and paper maturing on that day
most be anticipated.
The public markets will close at nine A. M.
THE CHARLESTON- HOTTX.-Messrs. E. H.
Jackson, Robert Douglass and John Hanckel
have associated themselves as partners In the
business of keeping this favorite hotel, under
the name of E. H. Jackson A Co.
TBS HEAT YESTERDAY.-The range of the
thermometer, yesterday, at the drug store
ol Mr. Joseph Blackman, on the south side ol
Broad street, was as follows :
8 A.M. 12 M. 2 P.M. 4 P.M. 6 P.M.
85 89 91 91 87
A' HUGE SWORD FiaH, about seventeen
feet In length and whose sword ls tully three
and a halt fret long, was captured In a seine
on Sullivan's Island beach yesterday, and
brought lo the city. The monster may be
?ern by the curious to-day at Moreland's
wharf near the foot of King street.
GERMAN HUSSAR TILTING CLUB.-A meeting
Of this club was held last evening at No. 63
Market street. Captain Theo. Cordes presid?
ing. A committee was appointed to call apon
the old members and secure a full attendance
on the 16th Instant, at which time it' was re
solved to hold an extra meeting and organize
permanently by electing officers.
THE CASE OP LIEUTENANT HEIDT, charged
' with milir-atiog a pr^onnr in the .cell of the
deteoiive offlc<*, was beard before Trial Jus?
tice A M. Mackey yesterday. The defendant
was found guilty by the trial Justice, and sen?
tenced to pay a fine of twenty-five dollars and
? costs. He appealed at once to the Griminal
8ALES OF REAL ESTATE.-Tbe following rea j
estate io Summerville was Bord yesterday
morning at auction, by Leitch and Brun
One and a half story wooden residence, known
as the former residence ol Rev. C. P. Gadsden ; j
lot two acres, for $600 cash. Two and a hair ?
Story wooden dwelling, known as the new ?
residence of the Rev. C. P. Gadsden; lot two
acre?, for $1/00 cash.
THE RICE CROP AND THE CATERPILLAR,-The
Savannah R-publlcaa learns from a gentleman
who has Just returned from an extensive tour
among the various plantations on thc 8avan- j
nah, Ogeeohee, Altamaha and Satilla River?,
that the caterpillars, which recently created
auch fearful apprehensions for the coming rice
crop, have entirely disappeared. Wnlle some
damage bas been done, lt ls not quite so ex?
tensive as was at first supposed.
INSTALLATION OP ODD FELLOWS.-At a regu?
lar meeting of Jefferson Lodge. No. 4,1. 0. 0.
F., held last evening at Odd Fellows' Hall, the
following officers were installed by the Grand
Lodge: A. J. Mirna, G. M., presiding; T. E.
Newton, P. G.; John H. Ostendorff, N. G. ; T.
H. Strohecker, V. G ; Dr. R p. Huger, re?
cording secretary; W. E. Milliken, permanent
secretary; Ja?. Si lc -ix, treasurer; H. A. Cohen,
conductor; E. H. Rodgers, ?varden; Arthur
Fairly, B. 8., and W. H. Carson, L. 8. to N. G.;
A. Tobias, B. S. to V. G.; F. Teppe, J. G ; Jno.
T. Milligan, O. G.; J. A. Lunsford, E. S. S.
CLUB* AND S?ARS_Wm. Stevens, arrested
on a warrant and lodged Tor safekeeping, was
turned over to a trial justice.
-Morris Rivers, alias Davis, and Frank j1
Palmer, lodged for forming a ring and afford
lng a pugilistic display to a crowd in Calhoun
street, were fined one dollar eacb, which they
The driver or dray No. 817, reported for
careless drlviog aDd Jamming the buggy of
Mr. Arnold, at the corner ot King and Line
streets, had his case contluued until to day.
Tho?. Cochran, lound lying la a state ot
somnolent Inebriation at the corner of George 11
and Meeting etreets, was fined one dollar. j r
MORTUARY REPORT FOR THE WEER.
The following le the official return of deathB
for the City of Charleston, for the week end?
ing June 29, 1872 :
BLACKS OK COL
bolera In fin
' lon vu 18 lons|
( arp H eu ni..
D I s r r h ce a.
l?r p y. K>ntl..
Entert.- ont IM. .
uaatr.i . Enteri?
H v pe trophv of
H a t,.
N e p e. r 1 r 1 M ,
Phtnl ls Pulmo
Perpara. H ?-.
rab s M?sente'
i rl-mn NBS
wm tc is. Blacks and Colored 28-total 44, and
Coder l year o age..
Between l and 5 years ot aere...
Between 20 and so years of age...,
Between SO and 40 years of age...
B-tween 40 and 60 years ot age
Between 60and so vears "f age...,
Betwe"n SO <nd 70 years of age....
Between 7o and t>0 years of age...,
GEO. 8. PBLZBR M. C.. City Registrar.
SHOOTING AFFRAT AT BLACKVILLE. - An
altercation occurred at Blackville, on Monday
evening, between Captain E. J. B ack and
some of the county officials. During tbe quar
rel and lu the eadeavor to keep peace the
town marshal, N. F. Turner, and a Mr. Frank
Groves were shot by Captain Biaok. The for?
mer died In about half an hour. Mr. Groves
was shot through the arm, and was not sup
posed to be seriously injured. The shooting
caused considerable excitement in the visage,
and a negro In the crowd struck Captain Black
over the bead with an iron bar which rendered
him senseless for several hours. The origin
of tbe disturbance Is not known, but all was
quiet when tbe down train passed Blackville
TAX SILKS.- The sale of the country rear
estate ot delinquent taxpayers was begun yes?
terday, at the Fireproof Building, according
to the schedule of the Fifth District, as adver?
tised In THE NEWS. The attendance was poor,
and there was no bidding. The following
pieces ?f property were offered aad knocked
down to the State for the taxes due, for want
ot a bid:
Adams, 24 acres, 8t Thomas, $27 33.
Estate Joseph Addison, vacant lot, Mount
Pleasant, $18 68.
A. H. ?hrens, vacant lot, Monnt Pleasant,
J. E. Algenr, vacant lot,] Mount Pleasant,
M. and P. Allston, 1790 acres, Christ Church,
E. Allen, 75 acres, Christ Church, $5 44.
Estate of Y. G. Anderson, 735 acres, St
James Sante-*, $80 19.
>? state ot Y. G. Anderson, 112 acres, st.
James Santee, $29 05.
John Anderson, 167 acre?, St. James Santee,
David Balley, house and lot, Mount Pleas?
ant, $78 30.
Mrs. S. C. Bailey, 420 acres, St. James San?
tee, $42 69.
E. Barnett, 300 acres, St. Stephen's. $13 53,
W J Bites, 2900 acres, St. James Santee,
W. Barlor, 125 acres, St. John's Berkeley,
Stephen Bishop, 100 acres, St. Stephen's,
E. J. Blaek. lot, Mount Pleasant, $19 90.
Mrs. S. Blake, 1000 acres, St. James Santee,
Tbe sale will be resumed to-day, at twelve
Vclook, beginning with the end of the list of
the letter B. .
Hotel Arrivals-July 8.
E. Rouen, South Carolina; J A H. Cock
Meld- Wm. M. McMlll, Leesville; J. H. Wahl
TS, Orangeburg; Dr. J. F. Brockton, Wil?
liamsburg; Dr. J. F. Bracken, Williamsburg;
J. G. Thompson, Alfred Wi.Hams, Beaufort.
O. M Sadler. South Carolina; S. Y. Bunting,
Winning on; Geo. A. Allen, Kentucky; C. T.
Lathrop, Georgia; J. S. Fair, Virginia; Miss 11
Lizzie B jyce, J. P. Boyce, Greenville; MI SH
id* R. Gardner, Augusta; B. D. Townsend, js
Society HUI; C. M. May, EdgeQeld; R. G.
Walker and wife, Aiken; W. F. Summers, Eel
jna; Dr. W. G. Phillips and son, Augusta.
Meetings Tbl? Day.
Charleston Board of Trade, at 8 P. M.
Stonewall Lodge, K. P., at 8 P. M.
Wagener Artillery Club, at 8 P. M.
Pioneer Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Young America Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Live Oak Social Club, at 8 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
itoro, clothing, hats, Ac.
Wm. McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his |
itore, clothing, prints, dec
Leitch A Bruns will sell at ll o'clock, at ;
heir office, mule, cart and harneas.
FcRCHOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
itreet, have received four cases 4-4 Ellerton
Bleached Shirting, only 15 cents, worth 20; j
bree cases 9 and 10-4 Unbleached Sheeting, 35
ind 40 cents; two cas* s Plain Buff Lawn, only
.5 cents; six cases Allendale Quilts, 10 4,11-4,
.2-4, $1 25, $1 37, $1 50; two cases Wammutta
Bleached Longcloth, only 20 cents; one case
^?nisdale fine 4 4 Cf morie, only 25 cents: one
hotisand pieces Mosq mo Nets, only 65 cents.
FURCHGOTT, BENKDICT A Co., No. 244 King
treet, have received a small lot of the real
Jolly Varden Sashes, something new and ex
raordinary nice, only $7 50. Great closing
>ut Bale of all ot our spring and summer
tress good", regardless of cost. I
FRENCH "PASSEPARTOUT" FRAMES for Card
'holographs, 25 cents each, at Souder's Gaile- f1
les, No, 263 King street. JunlT-lmo
DRESS GOODS 1 DRESS GOODS ?-Louis Coben
& Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh Stock: of Dress Goods,
Just received, comprising the latest novelties
and style?, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cent, below their cost of importation. A
call is respectfully solicited. Louis CODEN A
Co., No. 248 King street. maylG
STOLL, WEBB & Co. are offering the follow?
ing goods at reduced prices: Plaid and Stripe,
Nainsooks, 20 and 25 cents. Plaid and Stripe
Swiss, 26 to 30 cents. Plain Nainsooks 20 to
60 cents. Bordered Victoria Lawns, Piala
Vlcioria Lawns, 25 to 60 cents. French Swiss
Muslins, Linen Cambric Handkerchief, 75
cents to $1. Ladies Hem Stitch Haoriker- |
chtels, 25 cents, very cheap. Gent's L. C.
Hanokrrchieff, 25. 30, 35 ceuts, extra cheap.
Ladies' Superior White Cotton Hose, 25, 30 to"
50 cents pair. 100 dozen Gent's Half Hose at |
$3 dozen, worth $4. Jun25-luthe6
DUTCDER'S LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER uweeps
them off and clears the House speedily. Try
it. Sold by dealerse everywhere.
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS beautifully colored for
26 cents each, at Souder's Galleries, No. 263
King street. _ Junl7-lmo
BUILDING MATERIAL.-AD extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, ?c., are kept constantly
OB hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, al his wardrooms,
No. 20 Bayne street and No. 33 PInckney street.
The above are all made at his own lactory on
Horlbeck's wbarf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, ?c., from the
best manufacturer*. mch8-fmwlyr
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic ?
Views, $1 60 per dozen. HASEL STREET
BAZAAR. aprlO mwf
TB THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION '-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Boom. Branch of tue Hasel street es- I
tabllshment. _ _ aprl6
BIRD'S ETE VIEW OF CHARLESTON.-Frames
for above S3 each. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
PARCHEESI I PARCHEESI I-A lyal game oy
India. Hasel street Bazaar, and East Ba.
News Boom.- apr20-w
FEATHER DUSTERS, 40 cents each. HABEL
STREUT BAZAAR. aprl7-w
GREELEY SONO AND JOKE BOOKS.-A liberal
dlscouut to the trade. H AS tx STREET BAZAA?..
BA..TIMORB-Per tclir Sallie Bissell-24,070 feet
TU? Cba.rleir.on Cotton, Rice and Narai
OPFlOM OUAKLKaruN NKW8, 1
TUESDAY KVSMNO. July 2. 1872. J
COTTON.-ibis a aple remained dull and heavy,
wu h unimportant transactions, .-ides only 20
bales of various qualities at 21@22>?c fl lb ; quo?
RICE.- Tne. e was a moderate Inquiry for thia
grain at east r rates sales .65 tureca of clean
Carolina at 7J?o fl lb. High grades are heid
steadily, while o> hers are w ak. We quote com
mou to lair at ix? Kc; good 7K@8Ko fl lb.
NAVAL Sroaaa - R. ceipts 189 ubis spirits tur?
pentine, 73u bbls rosin aud 02 bbls-crude turpen?
tine, 'ihis market ls dull ano heavj, with sates
ot about 30J bbis spirits turpentine at 44@45c. ft
gallon as lu packages. Rodna dull. Sales 60 bbls
pale, l w pale, Ac, on private terms and in the
past two days about 800 bbls low grades were
disposed or at $2 60 lor No 2 and $2 4 J for
strained. Crude turpentine may be quoted at
$3 26 for virgin. $2 60 for yellow dip, and $l 80
? aniou rs.-To Liverpool, by Bteam direct, nomi
.alon npiaods, nominal on Bea islands; via Ne?
fork, ttfi oa uplands, jfd on son islands; by sall,
Xa nominal on aplanas, on sea islands nominal,
fo davre - on npiaods. Coast wise-to New ? ork
oy ?team $2 on uplands and - on sea Islands:
|1 60 fl tierce ja noe; 60o ft bbl on rosin;
oy sall Ko fl rb on coilou; - lt tierce
oo rice; 60c fl barrel on rosin; $8 fl M on
am jer; $io fl M on Umber. To Boston, by saii
to V tb on upland cotton; rosin 65o; resawed
staff $lo@lo 60; phosphate <5@5 60. To Provl
tenca, oy sail $10 ft M on ooards, KO ft lb ou
otton; by steam $1 fi baie on New York ratee,
ro Phi ia ?edp hi a, by steam S2 fi on cotton;
oy sall, $8fl M on boards; $o 60@10 on Umber; %b
ier ton en clay, aud $ 3a$a 60 on phosphates. To
baltimore, by steam sc fi rn by sall, 36 60?7 ft
K on boards; j8@8 60 on timber; $8 26 fi
.un on phosphate rock. Vessels are in de
nand by our merchants to take lumber I reigate
rom Georgetown, S. C., Danen ano sauna River.
?a?, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern porra
md 110012 fi M are the rates on lumber ano
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day billa 23K@23J?.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banns um htae
sight checks on New York at par ? x premium.
ind sell at X@K premmmm. outside they pur
:hase at MO?* premium, and sell at a-16?px
Marketa by Telegraph.
LONDON, July 2.
Noon.-Consols 92K? Bonds 91. * eather l.ivoi
PARIS, July 2.
Noon.-Rentes 63f 86c.
Nsw YORK Joly a.
Noon.-Freights steady. Mocks dud Gold
inlet at i?v Money easv at 4. Exchange, long
9K: snort iuK- Governments steady, at atc bunns
l. rtV.v but quiet.
Evening -Freights steady. Money unchanged,
-telling dall and unchanged. u> mm rrUl bli a
i?ar?e aimil rate . Gol' qui tat l3Kal8K- Gov
?n, menta strong and unouanued renues.-eea
lrmer. New south Oorulluas H. off. Others very
LIVERPOOL, Joly 2.
Noon.-Cotton opened qui t und steady; up
anda UKaiiXd. Orleans u>,-d
Later.-co LUI qu et and steady; npiaods llKd,
Di leans ll ?id ; sales sooj bales; speculation and
Evening.-Cotton closed unchanged. Yarns
ind fabrics at Mandu ster qule and unchanged.
NEW YORE, Juiy 2.
Noon.-Cou on nominal; sales 646 bales; up?
anha 25 sc Orleans 26K1'?
Evening.-Cotton sie<?dy; sales 003 bales; up
aui>s2&Kc; Otlears26J?c. ?alesoreo1 ion futures |
o-da* 12,8 o bales aa i?i)ows: July 23K*24; AU- j
rust 24124 7-16; September 22 s-ieai-K; october
luK; November 19K; december ?o^ai? 3-16 s.
Ko.-TI is, July 2.
Cotton dall; middlings 26Kc; net receipts
13 oa es;gross 33; exports to oieat Britain 312;
)alea20o; Block io,ooo.
PHILADELPHIA, July 2.
Cotton dud; middlings 2oKa2*Xc
BAI TIMORB, Joly 2.
Cotton dull; 1 w middlings 2 >Xv. gross recel ts
3 balea; exports coastwise6?; s le- 21: stork 985
NOKFOLK. Joly 2.
Cotton dall; low middlings 24c; nei r-celpis 60
(ales; exports coastwise 111; st-ck 88>.
WILMINOTON, Jnly 2.
Cotton quiet; middlings 24Xc; s ock i074 tja es.
/ ?GDeTA July 2.
Colton weak; middlings nx*~?>%~; net receipts
ll bales; aales 74.
SAVANNAH, July 2.
Cotton dall; middlings 24c; net receipts 37
.ale- ; salea ll; stock 1612 baie-.
MEMPHIS Joly 2
Cotton dull; middlings 24%a24Kc; net receipts
MOBILE, July 2.
Cotton ?lull and nominal; middlings 24c; sales
00 > aies; stock 2429.
NEW ORLEANS, July 2. 1
Cot on dull and nominal; middlings .4Sc;net
ecepts lo bales; gross 10; sait-s 46i>; stock 23,6 ,7. 1
GALVESTON. Jul> 2
Cotton nominal good ordinary 2uKu; net re- <
elpts 16 bales; sro-it 832. j
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL. July 2.
Noon.-Breadstuff-i q let. Red ?otero Wheat
ls 8d to 12s; red Western 12s 4d. Corn 288 6d
IONDON, July 2
Evening.-Sugar afloat 80s 6da30s 90. Turp?n-,
Ine 3is. 1
NEW YORK, July 2. 1
Noon.-Flour doll and eaioc lower. Wheat 11
doll and declining, rora dall and declining.
P>>rk quiet ai. $18 20al3 25. Lard dall; merni
9??-9'JC. Tn^peniin*- quleL and weak at 47c.
Ku-in du lao? nommai at r3a3 i0 ror sira>n-d.
Kveni g.-FI u - S uihern dull and lower;
$7 10a9 tu f r Cwniniou to Mr; $9 ao*.2 5<> lor
go?d to choke. wninK-y unchanged. Wneat
?iuil and ne vy at ia2c lower; limited expert
eman at de line; $1 Butti 65 for winter red
Wea ern. ? oru Onemdsiea y;cio>ed h a*y and
lower; SD?HS?J?C, b. ?tea uer, for Western
mixed; 61 tuc, ny B.ill, for do. P.ice stead, at
0 9 s c. P th q let and stead at $13 26. Beef
dad at $7 6oa9 5u tor plain mees; $10x12 for extra
du. Lard steady at 83<c 'turpentine quitt and
weak at 47c uosiu dull and norn nal. Tallow
BALTIMORE, Joly 2.
Flour dall and nominal, vv. e.a, new cuolce
wime $1 io; fair to prime red fl Mal 66; old
w.-tem $i oSai 05. -oro wane Oas.; yellow
62: mixed Wesurn 63*.-?4. uats arm; mixed
44?46 white 47. Hye qui r and unchanged, ero
vis.iinn quiet. Bulk poi lt arm; mer* ?13 ooal3 76.
abouideis?. Lard?o9>?. Wninkey9>.
LOUISVILLE, July 2.
Flour dull; some grades I,wet; extra family
held at 162. corn quiet. Fork steady at $w;
round lots cash bacon flrm;siionld>-rs b%; sides
7*4a'J? pack'd. Lard mradj; k nie 9; coutr ca
8J? m tkret-s; kegs lo; oiders h higher. Whiskey
aaieaule at 81.
CINCINNATI. July 2.
Flour dud and nominal ai $7 26a 9 60. t orn
dun ai 4sa<9. P.,rk dui and lowe ; cry $14 50
L* A rei demand light and Uildeia firm; sum er sa
s.S; steam s?; Bncou ste dy; sbon.der- bx;
c.ear iib sides 7?; clear aidts l?ia7>4. Whiskey
ste., dy ai 85.
ST. Louis. July 2.
Flour dull and unsettle!, wltn Binad business.
..'Oru und and dr oi>ln?t;N? 2 n ixed at 37Ka39.
whiskey ea- 1er at i?7. Poi lc dull; small lot tua
.???0. Bacoi ebSrr;8h uUer- 6%n6x; clear nb
si-es 7>,a7.<. ; ciear' alda 7X-77?. Lard, no
New Torie Naval Stores Market.
NBW YORK. July 1.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipt* toda?.133
ribla c ode tu pent I e, 43 do pi ch 8270 d.
ro-ln. w89 du splriis turpentine, luo-do ar. -spirits
iur|ientlne is in mod-ra e rtqneBt, a> adecld>d
decline tn prices, owi g to large arrivais. Sales
300 Obis at 48c and 160 aids at 48KC. Rosin ls In
fair demand and about ?teady. We bear of sales
r 70? ho ls - i rained st $316 f iee on board and 460
tibia do at $3 io delivered. Tar scarce and firm.
Pitch one h au g ed.
New York Rice Market.
Nsw TORC, July L
The Dally Bulletin says: From the trad J there
has been a Mr call and the small lots take . out
make a pren? goo total bu-lue.ta. 'i ne cu let ls
met oy a an (Helen c otfeilng both as to quantity
and assortment, but there is uo pressure to real?
ize ai.d former pitees are Insisted upon, esoeel-1
ally for domestic grades. Saics O' So tea Caro
ltua at 9a9)?c;2uo nags Rangoon at cji&'Xc, and
loo baga Patna at :y a7>?c.
WILMINGTON. Joly l.
SPIRITS TTTRPKNTINB-Bas declined ic. ba es of |
373 c s tts at 4'c per gal on for s* ut Dem packages.
HOS is -si rained has d citied 6c. Sates to-day
eraoi ace -j5 7 bb,s at $2 20 for strained. $2 SO (or
No 2, $2 OJ for ext ra >o 2, $3 for low No. 1, $4 26
for No i. $3 60 tor extra NO I, $4 60 lor pale, am
$6 for extra pale.
Receipts per Railroad, July it,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
22 hale? cotton. 68 bales goods, 19 cars lumber
and wood. To Railroad Agent, Chapeau A co. ti
Lelbenrood, E S Miles J O aiaiouee. H U> rats A
co, Lauroy. Alexander A co, H Bischoff A co, H E
u rai ager, F Ansel. Steffens. Weiner A Docker, J F
- ire s, Mowry A Son, ?aler A Hernandez.
83 bbis crude turpentine. 98 bbis spirits tar
peuilue. 618 bbis resin, cars lamner, mdse, Ac
To B .rden A Parker. Wnllden A Jones, Ch peau
A co. Kinsman A Bowed, G l.eib-nrood, C Bart
A co. Railroad Agent, and others.
Per steamship Chammon, from New Yotk
J M Fair. J i' coi ins Ceo Gunn, Mrs J Guan, J J
Chl-oim, K.<te Flood, J R Buwllti, P .-tins m. Mrs
BrelSiu, Capt J carlin, J P Buyos, Miss L Boyce,
A Schachte Miss Mar. Gardner. Mr seabrlng, E
M Braytoo, Miss Bowman, Mi-B Mary Collin J w
?mith J D Smith, Harriet A Smith, N Carduza, E.]
Carduza and Wife.
Per steamship Sea Gall, from Baltimore-Miss
A Lar iga?, C a Will ams, wife, child and nurse,
Master s White, Master MatihleaBcn, Miss Marie
cam, Misa M A Sheuherd.
New Moon, 6th, 1 hour ;6 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, !3' n 2 hours, 29 min?tes, evening.
F li Moon. 20th. 9 hoots, 84 minutes, morning.
i*B8t Quarter, 27th, a boars, 0 min?tes, morning.
R. A 8
MARINE NB WS.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.JULY 3. 1872.
?at 82 ?leg 40 min 33 sec. | Lon 70 deg 67 min 27 ste.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York
left 29U1 ult. Mdse. To Jas Adger A co, S A C
Rallro.d ?gent. SC Railroad ageut. Southern
* xpress co. * M Adger, D A Amine. C D Ahrens
A co, J AI cher, lt Armstrong. E Bates A cu, ti
Mrchi'tl A co, T M drisioli** co. W M Hird A co,
B Boyd, Holtmann Un s, F C orner, H Brandt, h
C BU?II, ?iewer A Konuke, Callegas A Sun, Th09
caiupoell, Chapeau A Be tin m. T M Cat>r, Wm H
OUafee A co. iJ unapt n. Crane, Bo.? lston A co O
U'IHCIUS. P calleg.u Douglas A Miller, P Darcy.
J fl D-veiejti. J B Cuvai A SOU, D.iWle, Mid-e A
Ba vin, ?ABM Fo.' artie, D F Fleming A CO. J a
Gotham, r'orn> the. Mccomb A co, tl uerdrs A co,
FurctiKoU, Benedict A cn, A W Gurney, Hart A
co, J tl HI 1 n 1 H Hall A co Joliu ll ur K amp A BO,
N A Huut, COI il VV Be. ty Gramann A Si hwacse.
o S Gadsden, Cnaa Hickei, J W Harrison Hiram
Hat ns. A ll IQ , u u Jeuntugs. Jtffoids A co. u M
Jonnson. Johnson, rewa A cu. A Joh sou, H W
K ie e. Kl..Binas Bro?, Kiluck, Wickenbeig A c i
Ku COCA ch A Small. A Langer, J W Linle.v, David
Lopez Lraesue A Welts, Wm Lebny, i H Lawton
A i o, Cul Wm Ludlow, S R Ma-.-hiii A co, * m
McKay. P F Marra;, Mantoue A co. Jno G v liner
A CO, Mc Loy a Rice, E * Maralla 1 ? co, M Marks,
J O Mayo. B K Ni ufvilie, Juo F O'Neill, ii p Pup
pen ii i un, N M Potter 1) O'Neill A Sons, E Perry,
Order. C F Pank. In, Quackenbuaii, Estlll A co, F j
m >chroder, RaVcuel ? c , Raven* 1. Holmes A cu,
Steifend Werne A Ducker, Shackelfurd A Kelly,
U .-tenner, atoll, Wehb A co, E B Stoddard A co,
D H Site* x. sunday Times, A U Sioue. J F Taylor
A co, A Rsul nu . S Thompson, Walker. Evans
A Cogswell, Tiedeman, Calder A cu, M Trlest, F
Von sauten, P P Tonie, Rev H S Trapler, S H
wiiaon A Br s 0 F Wleters. P Wi ewan A co, W
Orrerhardt, W i Up.-legrove. Mrs Wmgy, A Witt,
deo ti Waller A co, P Walsh, Wm J Yates, and
steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-left
36th lustaut. Mdse. To Mordecai A co. P c Tren
h.dm, R i tiomtin-on A co. J H Hillen, A ? Eckel
A co, W U Chaire A CO, H .lines A ?.alder, D FUZ
gtbuon, Jeffords A ce. Adams. Damon A co, Otto K
?vietere, J Cosgrove, BU Nedi, L Neum yer, J N
Robson. M Luhrs. C Bart A co, F D C Kiacke, H
Bi chod A co, Kavenel A co, J Acnew A Son, Jno
F Taylor A co, H Cobla A co, B Feld mao n A co, J
H Graver A co, J He Hein.nn A Bro, J P Browne,
J ll W?hrmann, J H Volera, G w Aimar, Tiede?
man, Caluer A CO, C Ciaclus, Waxener A Monsees.
I E Adger A co, P P Toa e. D R Uaslelt.
senr Minneuaha, swinton, Corabahee. 2400
Bushels r ugn tl ce. To W O Bee A co.
.loop Julia Dean, Harris. Uombahee. 1200 boah
ala rough nee. To W C Bee A co.
Sehr Sallie Blsaell, Lavis, Baltimore-Cohen A
British bark Perseverance, Cawsey, Bristol,
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Palatka, via Jack
lonvllle, Fernandina aud Savannan.
rKuM rills PORI.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, at New
York, July 2.
OP FOR THIS POxtT.
Sehr E R Rommell, Ripley, at Philadelphia, lat I
CLEARED FOR T3IS PORT.
Sehr Dr Rogers, Allen, at Bangor, Me, June 27.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK, July 2.
Arrived, steamship Rising Star.
Arrived ont, the Oceanic and Rhein.
Even lng.-An i ved, the Silesia, Ville de Paris.
The Bhlp Robena, Daggett, for London, salle!
rom St Helena, s C, 1st inst.
The bark Ohrtsilann, Measey, for London, sailed
rom -t He.eua, s O, 2d Inst.
Tne sehr Palma, Rankin, from Georgetown, S C,
or New Haven, conn, arrived at New York 28th
LIST OF VESSELS
CP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
he Annie, Davis, sailed.March 17
ne Georgiana, Mann, sailed.Jone 7
'he Dake of Cornwall, Keaya, sailed.May 22 j
The Essex, Smith, sailed.March 26
The Amazon, McDonald, np.May 14
Bi bark Architect, Doddridge, sailed.Jane 2
?SST HARTLEPOOL, EKG.
The Pegaras, chris;lansen, cleared.May 16
The Athene, Sorensen, sailed.March 19
The Brenton, Rich, sailed.March 20
The bachelor, Tooker, sailed.March 26
The Heinrich, Waller, sailed.April 8
Sehr n E Sampson, Davis, cid.Janel
Brig Henry A Louise. H nd, cleared.Jane 28
Sehr Myro er. Brown, up.June 17
Scnr Lii.y, Hugues, cleared.June 18
Sehr ?'arne A Bentley, c leared.June a
sehr Florence Balley, Balley, up.June 27
Sehr Gothen,-, ap.Jane 27
Br ba<-k Jas Holmes, Wise, neared.May 17
sehr (taronne Young. Young, cleared_Jane 7
Sehr E R RornmfcU, Ripley, ap.July 1
Brig Altavela, Cousins, up.Jane 6
Scur Henry Allen, Tatem, cleared...May 17
??cm MO Frye Bunker, cid.June 10
Sehr vtrginl , Dryden, cleared.Jone 20
scir Qr tee B West, Lord, cleared..June 2o
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, up.June 21
Sehr Conrad Fox. Lewis, cleared.Juue 22
. BANGOR, MB.
Sehr John A Frank, Mattiers, cleared.June 1
sehr Frank A Emily, McCobb, sailed.June 19
Sehr Willie Lace, Talbot, np.Jane 28
W.ll be given on the EVENING of the 6th Joly, at
Military Hall, at 8 o'clo k,
WASHINGTON CORNET BAND,
OP SAVANNAS, OA.
Admission, 26 cents.
COMMITTEE OP ARRANGEMENTS.
S. S3 IK AULT, SR ,
W. H. WoonnouBB, w. A. GEARY,
0. H. HERNANDEZ, R. J. ARTSON,
H. WILLIAMS, S. MIR AULT.
ROBERT HOWARD, JR ,
R. W. TURNER, BENJ. E. HOLLOWAY,
R. L. SUTTON, A. B. MITCHELL,
E. P. WALL, JR., A. A. ASTIN ALL,
Jos. P. HOWARD, B. R. DISVBRNRT.
N. B.-Tickets can be procured from either of |
the Committee. July3-i
?pOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION.
All Members and Officers of the U. L. ?r\ are re?
quested to meet at Military n .ll. Wentworth
street, at S o'cl. ck P. M., on THURSDAY, 4th inst.;
and alt Military companies, Firemen and Civic
Associations are respectfully invited to partiel"
pate in the same. The Washington Cornet Band,
of Savannah, Ga,, will escort the Procession to
White Point Garden, where the Declaration of In?
dependence win be read, and addresses delivered
by Messrs. STEWART A NORRI?, by request.
W. J. BRODIE, President ?. L. A.
Attest : ALEX, WILLIAMS, Chairman Committee
of Arrangements. ,. ju ly 3
JAY COOKE, MCCULLOCH ? co.,
No. 41 LOMBARD STREET, LONDON.
FOR TRAVELLERS, AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
JAY COOKE ? CO.,
NO. 20 WALL STREET. .
(EonniTj Oa* Salee.
pSS*- CHARLESTON COUNTY, FIFTH
DISTRICT.-OFFlOB <iF COUNTY AUDITOR
CHARLESTON. S.C., JUNE 28, 1872.-The atten?
tion or Delinquent Taxpayers ls respectfully in?
vited to part of Section 4th of "An Act to amend
an Act entitled an Act providing for the Assess
meat and Taxation of Property," passed sep
tember 16, 1808. and all A ct H amendatory there?
to. Approved March 12, 1872:
"sic 4. That all lands- and real estate within
this S ate, whereupon, or in respect whereof, any
sum of muney remains doe or payable after the
sale provided .or in section 16, chapter 13, title a,
of general sta ates, or which are nattie to be solo
tor, ur on account of, any tax laid by or unuer
the aathorby of thia Atate for state or County
purpose*, lu acc.'i-d ince with the provisions ol
either of hesev.rai acts, for the purpose of as?
sessing and levying taxes fur ibe support of thc
Government of theataie, and or tue several conn?
ues thereoi, passed in the years lBdtt, 1H69.1870
ai. d 1871. shad be exposed tu sale, and sold for
tire pat meut of such taxes, and all penalties,
costs and una-gea thereon accrued, on tue first
Monday In June, 1872, and from day to day there
after, sundays oniy excepted, until the wnule
thereof sha. be sold, at the place or places, on
tim te ms and In de manner hereinafter provi?
ded ; such sa ashall be ny the count) Treasurer ot
i ?eh c 'nut y. al me county seat, wno shall expose
and offer the sa d lauds al public -a,e. io be s dd
aud couve) ed In fee simple without the right of I j
r-d m pt lon, for the payment th ieor; ant the
Coun y Auditor snail execute a warrauty deed to
he purchaser." j <
The ro lowing property will be sold at he Fire
Proof Building, corner or Meeting and Chalmers
Bt eet, THIS DAY, July 3, 1872. at 12 A. M., at
pub ic outcry, and will continu? from day to day,
a phabetlcally :
Irv og, Tnomas, 1871, St James San tee, 14 acres.
rou, Esi J Bond, 1870 st James santee, 2200
acres and 2 buildings.
Jackson, Henry, 1871. at James Santee, 200 acres.
J ott n son, Hoheit. 1871, Sullivan *s Island, l Build?
Johusun, W J, 1869,1870, 1871, St Stephen's, 200
Johnson, Mrs Haley, 1868,1870,1871, St Stephen's,
KO acres. I <
Jones, cresar, 1871 st James Santee, 18 acres.
Jefferson, John, 1870, St stephen's, 60 ao.es.
Jeff rsun. John. 1870, st Stephen's, iou aores
Jackson, Mrs B, 1869, 1870, sc Janus Santee, 162
Jervey, Mrs E H, 1888, 1869,1870, Christ Church,
366 acres. .
lervey,T c, 1888,18S9,1870, Mount Pleasant, House
lohnakln, A, 1870, St Stephen's, 3 acres.
J uh i. sm, Robert, 1870, Sullivan's Island, 1 Build?
Keith, Esr. Miss, 1870.1871, St Thomas, 850 acres.
Kenacke, Louis, 1869,1870,1871, Sullivan's island,
Kerr Ism, E L, 1871, Mount Pleasant, 16 Vacant
Kendall, R A, sgt. 1871, St Thomas, 416 acres.
Kinloch, Napoleon, 1871, St stepheu's, 40 acres.
Kimo, h, Julia. 1870, 1871, Sc Stepnen's, 20 acres.
Kielpstein, L F, 1889, 1&70, 1871, Christ church, 210
Kurch & Co, 1868, 1870, 1871,'Sullivan's Island,
Laborde, J r, 186S, 1869,1870, 1871, Mount Pleas?
ant, House und i ot.
Laborde, Mrs A, I860,1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant,
House and Lot.
Lacos e. Est Mrs A F J, 1868. 1369, 1870, 1871,
Mount Pleasant, Hume aud Lot. I -
Laurens, A J, 1869, i87u, 1871, St John's Berkeley,
Laurens, A, 1871, St James Santee, 12 acres.
Lee, P. ter, 1863,1869, 1670, 1871, Cnrls: Church, 24
Lee^E^ward W, 1871, Christ Chnrch, 8000 ?cres.
Lee, State and others, 1868, 1?69, 1870, 1871. St I ?
James Santee, 2100 acres. ,
Leland J H.' Is6<, 1869, 1871, McClellansville, St
J .mes saut?e. House and Lot.
Lese-ne, Est Daniel, 1871, Christ Church, 660
Leffman, Wm, 1888,1871, Christ Church. 31 acres.
Legare. Est N, 1869,1870, 1871, Christ Church, 430
Lincoln, P D, 1870,1871, St James Santee, 460
Lins n. Est Wm, 1868, 1871, St Stephen's, 79
Lockwood. T P, 1868,1869,1870,1871, Mount Pleas- y
aut, 2 Lot-. ,
Lofton, Esr. S H. 1868, 1670, 1871, St James San- -
tee, 6000 acres.
Lofton. J J, i860, 1870, 1871, St stephen's, IIB y
ac es. t
Logan, Mrs N, 1870, 1871, Christ Church, 430
liOgan, A, A Co, 1809. 1870, 1871, St Thomas, 440 -
?orentz, August D, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant, 2 ^
Acas. JAB, 1870,1871, Mount Pleasant,l Vacant
CConntn (Ea* Sales.
Lurke. M, 1868, 1860. 1870. 1871, Christ Church, 19
Lequeux. S F, Trastee, 1870, St Stephen's, 800
Langers on. Mrs M. 1868,1869, 1870, -Sullivan's Ia
land. 1 Bollding. * '
Mack, Dr Wm, 1870, 1871, Christ Church, 499
Magoth-, John, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, Sullivan's
island, l Bal ding.
Magwood, H W, 1868,1889,1870,1871, Mount Pleas?
ant, 1 Vacant Lou
Manlgault, Theophlius, 1871, St. Stephen's, 140
Martin. Samuel, No 2,1871, st James Sante?, 60
Moree. W H. 1870 1871, St John'sBerkeley, 239
Meree. M W, 1869. 1871, St John's Berkeley, 250
Meree. PD, 1871,StJohn'a Berkeley, 690 acres.
Michel, E A, 1868. 1869, 1870,1811, Monut Pleas?
ant, l Vacant L it.
Michel, John A, 1688, i860,1870,187L Mount Pleas?
ant, 4 Vac mt ..ots.
Midd eton, P F, 1868. i860, 1870, 1871, Sullivan's
launel. IB mid in c.
Miller. E M. 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleas?
ant, i Bundi ir.
M?h r, J C, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant,
1 Vauant Lit
MU1P, O W, 1868.1889, 1870, U71, St Stephen's, 588
Mlntz. T J, 1868, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant, 1
Vacant L .t.
Mitchell, Ann, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant, Boase
Mitchell. ' state C, 1868, 1869,1870,1871, St Thom?
as, 400 acres.
Mito um. Boyal, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's, 640
Moncrieff, Simon, 1371, St James Santee, 16 acres.
Mooney. John. 1868, 1869, 1870,1871, St Stephen's,
Moro trad. John. 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, Mount
Pleasant, 1 Vacaut Lot.
Morrl-03, RT Jr, 863. 1670. 1871, C Tist Church,
280 acres; St James Santee, 276 acres.
Morrlsson, R V, 1870, 1671, bt James Santee, 200
Morriston, Tetare, 1868, I860, 1870,1871, Christ
church, 1930 acres
Morriston. 1 ?gare, 1870, 1871, St James Santee,
Morriston. Jn >, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant, Va?
Murphy. Mrs Peter F, I860, 1870, 1871, St John's
Berkeley. 946 acres.
Murray fl C, 1869, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's, 695
Murphy, Mrs M, 1869, 1870. St John's Berkeley, 160
March. Lucas, 1868, 1870, Sullivan's Island, 1
Mikel W L, 1869, 1870, Mount Pleasant, 2 Houses
Mlxon M, 1870, St stephen's, 350 acres.
Mlxon M. 1870. St Stephen's, 130 acres.
Montgomery, Eic W, i860, 1870, St Stephen's, 60
McOall o'J W, 1868,1369, 1870,1871, St Stephen's,
McCams. L A. 1870,1871, Christ Church, 800 acres;
Munt Pleasant, House uni Lor.
Mc av, o D. 1870, 1871, M stephen's, 1400 acres.
McDowell, vv B. 1870. 1871. St Thomas, 1081 ad es.
Mc ti roy. Jno, 1871, st John's Rerkeley, 426 acres.
McLain, Louis. As-lgnee. 1868, 1869, U7u, 1871,
St John's Berkeley. ?660 acres
McMakln, RC, 1870. 1871. st Stephen's. SOOaorei.
McNeery. 1868, 1369, 1870. 1871, Sullivan's Island,
McOanta. Miss S S, 1868, 1869, 1870, Mount Pleas?
ant, Lot and 2 Houses.
McKarlln D. 1870. < first Church, 1 acre; Sulli?
van's Island, 2 Bal dings.
McPherson, 1868,1889,1870, st John's Berkeley, 296
Nelman, A, 1809,1870, im, Mount Pleasant, one
Noles, Est Wm. isa?, 1869, 1870, 1871, St James
Santee, 800 acres.
Nortel!. J, 1869, 1870, 1871, Sullivan's Island, 2
Nowell, J P, 1868,1869, 1870, 1871, 8t James San?
tee, 423 acres.
Newel), E W, 1869, 1870, 1871, St Thomas, 860
Oases Z B. 1871, Sullivan's Island, l Building.
Oliver. Thomas, 1869, 1870,1871, St Stephen's, 866
O' vin. N tf, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's, 123 acres.
Orvin. Jeremiah, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, St
Stephen's, 263 acres.
Orvin, Est H, 1869, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's, 400
Owens. M rs J E, 1870, 1871, St John's Berkeley,
Owens, Eat David, 1868, 1870, St Stephen's, 4CS
OweoH A skipper, 1869,1870, Bt John's Berkeley,
Palmer. Elizabeth, 1869, 1870, 1871. St Stephen's,
Palmer, W D, 1871, Pineville, 1 Lot and 7 Build?
Parker, R D, 1871. Christ Church, 878 acres.
Phillips. Captain Thomas, 1871, Mount Pleasant, 1
Lot and 2 Buildings.
Phln, Dr A 0,1870,1871, Mount Pleasant, 1 Vacant
Pipkin. Est E, 1868,1889, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's,
Platt, W D, ?868, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's, SOO
Platt. Mrs A E, 1863, 1809, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's,
Poag, Sarah, 1869, 1870, 1871, St Thomas!, 650
Poag, Zacharias, 1869,1870, 1871, St Thomas', 60
acres. J ?
Poyas, J H. 1869,1870, 1871, St Thomas', 24 acres.
Palmer, John, 187o, St Stephen's. 7o0 acre?.
Patizerbel er, H A Oe, 1870, st stephen's, 2178
acres and 6 Buildings.
Peagler, Mrs M A. 1870, SC stephen's. 3 <o aores.
rowe s, Mrs 0,1870, Sullivan's island, 2 Build?
Palm -r, J M, 1870. St Stephen's, 60 acres.
Beau. Est B u, 1870, 1871, Sc John's Berkeley,
Rcmbert, Mrs O D, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, St
Thomas, 600 acres.
Richards, George R, 1870, Mount Pleasant, 1 Lot.
Roberts, s W, 1869, 1870, 1871, Christ Church. 360
Koddln, Est B, 1869, 1871, St Thomas, 600 acres.
Rodgers, W J, 1871, nt Stephen's, 460 acres.
Rodgers, Eut w J 1871, St stephen's, 19 acres,
noogera, John P, 1671, Sc stephen's. ?97 acres.
Ku -h, A Is. 1871, st stopben'a. 226 acres.
Ravenel, Dr E, 1870. at Thomas, 4961 acres.
Rivers, john, 1870. St Thomas, iso acre-'.
Rush, Mrs Elizabeth, 1870, M stephen's, 187 acres.
Kassel!, TS. 1869, 1870, Si Steph n's. 200aeres.
Kussel,, Ama-a. l>>69. 1870, st Stephen's, 90 acres,
scott. BenJ, 1869, 1870, 1871, Mount Pieasao, atV
selgnlous, FP, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant, Vacant
shepherd, D, i860,1870, 1871, St James Santee, 260
shepherd, Wm, 1871, Mount Pleasant, Vacant
shingler, Wm P, 1871, Mount Pleasant, House
slmoua. Wm. 1871, St Thomas, loo acres,
sinclair A Manning, 1809, 1870, 1871, St James
.?antee, 3910 acres,
sires, Francis, 1889, 1870, 1871, Christchurch, 1260
skipper, Mrs S J, 1870, 1871, St John's Berkley, 200
slattery? Catherine, i860,1871, Christ Church, 860
smitn. J F, 1870.1871. St Stephen's, 640 acreB.
.mtth, limbo, 1871, st stephen's, io acres,
stoll, (humas, 1869,1870, 1871, St James Santee,
v?. 00 acree.
sytftona. Esc Jno. 1869,1370, 1871, Mount Pleasant,
1 Lot and 2 Houses,
simmons. B B, 1869,18 o, St Thomas, 700 aores.
skipper, J B, 1669, 1870, Sc James Santee, 3500
skipper, Isaac, I860, 1870. St James Santee, 664
sparkman, J F, 1869, 1870, Pineville, House and
swinton, Est W A, 1869, 1870, Chrlit Church, 1200
Taylor, shadrack, 1871. St Jamos Santee, 15 acres,
raylor, Thoa, 1871, st Jame-? saotee, 14 acres.
fhur>tou, Mrs A, 1870, 1871, Sc stephen's, 170
Mencken', Henry, 1868, 186), 1870, 1871, Monnt
Pleasant, Vacant Lot.
rouhey. Jno M. 1869, 1870, 1871, Sullivan's Island,
rocker, Henry, 1870 1871, St James Santee, 1300
Thompson, Francis, 1870, Sullivan's Island, Build
7anveisor, Mrs A, 1889, 1870, 1871, St James San?
tee, 60 aeren.
rams, June, 1868, 1869,1870, 1871, Christ Church,
Penning. R D. 1869, 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant, 1
Lot and 2 Houses,
benning, John, 1869, 1870, 1871, Christ Church,
nilapontaux, Est M E, 1858, 1869, 1870, 1871, St
John's Beikfiey. 260acres,
ftilapon'aux. Esc B, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, St
John'a berkeley, lfioo acres,
nilapoutaux, Benj, 1868.1869,1870,1871, St John's
Berkeley, 1600 acres,
rincent, H t?, 18J9 1870, 1871, Mount Pleasant, 1
.'en e me, J W, 1871. Mount Pleasant, 1 Lot.
Reamers, Est D G 1870, 1871, St Stephen's, 760
Wells, Henry, 1870,1871, St Stephen's, 100 acres.
?Visley. E L, 1871, Sc John's Berkeley 1300 acres.
Vhart?n, George, Mourn, Pleasant, 1 Lot.
White. Mrs Mary, 1869, 1870, 1871, St Stephen's,
VllkinBon, J, 1868. 1869, 1870, 1871, Sullivan's Is?
land, 1 Building.
Villi ms, Isaac, 1868, 1870,1871, St Thomas, 24
Vandham. Fat F, 1869,1870,1871, St John's Berke?
ley, 600 acres.
Vlthrr-poon. Robert 1861, 1869, 1870, 1871, St
James Santee, 60 acres
Varley? J C, I860, 1870, Pineville, 1 Lot and 4
Varley, B M. 1869. 1870, Pineville. 1 Lot.
Vetch, W B, 1870, St stephen's, 77 acres,
ve.cn. Misa Susan, I860, 1870, St Stephen's, 80
Vehs. Absolom, 1870. St Stephen's, 600 acres.
Vhaiey. L L, 1870, Mount Pleasant, l Lot und 8
Vlndham, M, 1870. St Thoma', 386 acres,
vind am, M, 1870, iv John's Berkeley, 125C acres.
Vliliam-, J J, 1868.1870, M Stephen'*. 6441 acres.
Vniiden, W H, 1871, Christ Church, 1600 acres.
SAMUEL L. BENNETT,
jun27 County Auditor.
mffif PILOT BOAT YOUNG AMERICA
Can be hired by the month to parties wiio Ai
may want loo-etnc same for flahlntr orSBE
pleasure parties The -.aid B >at Is in every respect
seaworthy, and one of the fastest and safestf
boats tnat floats In oar harbor. F<>r partloaara
Inquire of Captain tl. F. HaBENIOHT, No 17 ?sonto
Bay. . . . _- jgiM-3
O R B A L T I M O fi E.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON? .
THE CITIES OP THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The Fine Steamship SEA GULL, Dutton, Oom?
mander, wm sail for Baltimore, on SATURDAY,
etti Jnlv, ate o'ciock P. M. -
MW Philadelphia. Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi*
thonal Insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot tn Philadelphia.
For Freigut or Passage apply to
PAOL O. TRENHOLM, Agent,
Inly ^-6_SQ. g rjnlon wu arrea.
JpOR NEW YOKE...
WKW YORK AJTD CHARLESTON
The Splendid sidewhool steamship OH tMPION,
R. w. Lockwood. Commander, will eau from
Adger's south Wharf for the above port?n SAT?
URDAY, the 6th Joly, at 6 o'clock P. M.
j9-Th?CH AMP103 ls handsomely and comfort?
ably fitted ap for passengers, and offers superior
inducements to travellers going North.
03-M.irine Insurance by this vessel half per
MW Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool.Boston. Providence, and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns.
For.Freight or Passage. Engagements, apply to
Jaly-l-O JAMES ADQER A PO., Agents.
T?? PHILADELPHIA ISON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia tad
Charleston, and in alliance with Railroad Corn
pan les at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from an po? ts in the cotton states,'and
to and from cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest. Boston.
Providence and the Eastern MannfacwlngOen*
mw The GULF STREAM is appointed to san
from Brown's Wharf on- FRIDAY, 6th Joly, tx 6
o'ciock P. M. .
MW The VIRGINIA will follow.
For particulars or Freight arramtementi, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A 00., General Agenta, Be* U
Sooth Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia, ?
Jon?_2? f J
OB HEW YORK.
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, AT 2 O'CLOCK
KEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 187?,
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewbeel Steamship
SOCTH CAROLINA. Beckett Commander, wm safi
for New York on WEDNESDAY. July 3d, at a o'clock
P. M.. from Pter No. 3. UUIOD Wharves.
Through Bills or hading to Liverpool and the
New England Cities as asnal
I na ur nee b. steamers of this Une x percent.
Fer Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very fine Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO.. No 2o Broad street,
Or te WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Uni on Wh arres.
pACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP Y'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN,'
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers ot the above lino leave Pier ^&UMtk,
No. 42. North River, root of CanalJiJ?E
street; New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the uta
and 30th of every monta except when these
dates fall on sunday, then the saturday preceding.
. AU departures connect at Panama with - team,
era for south Pacllc and Central American ports.
Departure of 16tl touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and china, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt fails on
sunday; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to AsplnwaU.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
' For Passage Ticket* or other information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
foot of canal street, North River, New York.
lnlv2Mvr _F. R, HABY..Agent.
JJED?CT10N IN PASSAGE BATES I /
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
SAIL EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Passengers booked to and from any ^S???L
R.illway station or Seaport In Great ?2^02
Britain, Ireland, Norway*. Sweden, Dsuinarx,
Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, and the
Cabin Fare from New York to London, Liver?
pool Glasgow and Derry by Wednes jay's Steam?
ers iso. By Saturday's ?earners $66 and $76.
EXCURSION TICKETS. $120.
Intermediate, $83; Steerage, $28. all payable in
Parties sending fof their friends In tbe Old
Country can purchase tickets at lowest rates.
For farther pan?cula rs apply to the Agent?,
No. 7 B?wllng Green, N. Y.,
Or to DOUGLAS NISBET,
N Soutnern Wharf.
'The splendid attainer,
eli Y POINT...Captain MCMILLAN
Will leave Charleston every TUESDAY EVENING,
at half-past 8 o'clook,
- PA LAT KA,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Returning, CITY POINT leaves Palate FRIDAY
MORNING and savannah SATURDAY MORNING,
arriving here SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
For Freight or Passage, having H^a^Cla83.
commodaUons, apply t.o _
RAVENF.L A CO.. Agents,
Comer Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bay.
JJOWLES BROTHERS & CO.,
LONDON, PARIS AND BOSTON,
No. 10 WILLIAM STREET,
CIRCULAR CREDITS for Travellers, avalMie ?
tbrooghoat the world. Bills of Exchange abd I
Telegraphic Transfers on any part or Europe m ^
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