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THE HONORED DEAD.
. Fanerai of Slr. Charles M. Furman.
The Masonic lodges of the city assembled,
pursuant to call, at Holmes's Lyceum yester?
day afternoon, lor the purpose of taking part
In the funeral of the distinguished Past Grand
Matter, Mr. Charles M. Furman. Union Kil?
winning Lodge having been opened, W. M.
J. Adger Smythe formed the assembled bret h.
ren, who marched In procession to the resi?
dence of th- deceased. The Grand Lodge was
represented by G. M. R. S. Bruns, Grand Chap?
lain Rev. A. Toomer Porter, Past Grand Mas?
ter James Conner, Henry Buist and other
officers, all In their regalia, alon? with the
rest of the brethren. The remains were escort?
ed to the Citadel Square Baptist Church, in
front of which the brethren opened their
ranks, through which was borne the coffin by
Messrs. B. C. Pressley, James B. Campbell, E
W. Marshall, A. Burnett, D. L. Ward law, Hen?
ry Gourdin, Leonidas S pr att and Dr. Framp?
ton, followed by Colonel Gaillard, Hon. A. G.
Magrath and other distinguished citizens.
The services ot th? dead were then read by
the Bev. L. H. Shuck, pastor of the First Bap?
tist Church, and the pastor offered up an elo?
quent prayer. At the conclusion of the ser?
vices the cotna was placed upon the hearse
and escorted down to the First Baptist
Church, the Masonic lodges walking along
the sidewalk, and a long line of carriages Ail?
ing the street.
At the First Baptist Church the remains
were taken into the yard and interred, ac?
cording to the Masonic ritual, near the west
end ot the church. Grand Master R. S. Bruns,
assisted by the Grand Chaplain, A. Toomer
Porter, performed the ceremonies, near the
olose of which the brethren united In sing?
ing an ode, and deposited tbeir sprigs of
arborvlta? upon the coffin. A lambskin apron
was also placed there, and the remains were
then lowered Into the gravel The scene was
witnessed by many, and was beautiful and
Odd Pillows' Fanerai.
Mr. W. K^ Peanal, the well known organist
of Jefferson Lodge. No. 4, L O. O. F., was, at
bis dying request. Interred yesterday at Mag?
nolia with all the burial solemnities ot this
Order. Having assembled around the grave,
Mie N. G., Jno. H. Ostendorff, delivered an
eloquent address, alter which the V. G., F. H.
Strohecker, off-red up a prayer. The breth?
ren then threw In tbeir sprigs of evergreen,
and the scarlet collar of the deceased officer
was placed upon bis coffin as lt was lowered.
The ceremonies wore marked by much so?
lemnity, and are remarkable as being the flr-t
instance, in the past ten years, In which this
Lodge has performed the funeral ceremonies
in public over a brother's grave.
PATENTS.-The commissioner of patents has
extended the patent of George W. Morse, of
Booth Carolina, for cartridges. The patent
was to expire on Saturday last
BASK BALL.-A match game was played on
the Citadel Green yesterday afternoon between
the Cblcora and the Pacific Base Ball Clubs.
Toe- Ohlcoras won by a score of 22 to 9.
THE C*oP9 IN UNION.-A practical planter
writes, under date of the 1st, that11 viewing the
cotton crop in the aggregate, he does not
'regard It as quite as good as ltwasatthiB
time last year."
FIST FIGHT-Yesterday afternoon two pug?
nacious white men gave a pugilistic exhibit loa
In King street, near Calhoun, before a large
crowd. A policeman came up, and the com?
batants, seeing the Guardhouse in view,
though t discretion was the better part ol valor
and separated by mutual consent. The matter
was afterwards amicably arranged.
MORE IMPROVEMENTS.-Yesterday morning
a number of workmen began making excava
tlons on South Atlanllo wharf, preparatory to
laying the foundation of a handsome range of
two story brick offices, to correspond wllh
. others Just north of them. The building is
pot. up by Messrs. G. A. Trenholm & Son, the
owners ol the property.
ACCIDENT TO A STREET CAR.-Yesterday
evening while the last car. No. 33, of the Rut?
ledge street line was passing the Pavilion
Hotel, the back brake on the rear wheels*
slipped out of place, and created considerable
noise by dangling over the cobble stones. A
short delay was the only Inconvenience that
resulted. _ _ '
jHo! POR CANADA AND A COOL PLACE TO STOP.
The steamship Bourn Carolina was crowded
with passengers yesterday to the extent of her
accommodations, and took ont as well one
thousand bales of cotton, parcels from Mobile
and some from Nashville; Immense 2200
pound hogshead of Kentucytooicco, (which,
by the way, ought to come here forshipment
to Europe In cargoes, and lt don't;) naval
atores, clay, Granltevllle, Langley and Augus?
ta factory goods, ?kc. All this la July, when
some cf our neighbors are living on next
winter's expectations. The Georgia will sall
next Wednesday at tea o'clock A. M.
CURIOUS RELICS.-The Zeitung of this morn?
ing says that Mr. Alfred Bernard, who was In
Paris during the late France-German war,
there purchased a number of table napkins,
table cloths, china vases, Ac, which, until
thee, had been the property .of the Emperor
Napoleon. The table napkins are marked in
the corner with the Imperial eagle and with
the letter N and the Imperial crown on the
aide, together with other ornaments, such as
the Imperial Bee. Mr. Bernard also procured
a lew other table napkins that had been the
property of the citizen King, LOUIB Philippe,
and bore his monogram, "L"
"SHOULD AULD ACQUAINTANCE BE FORGOT."
The Washington Cornet Band, o? Savannah,
Georgia, are expected here this morning at
seven o'olock, and will be received at the
depot by a delegation of the Carolina Light
Infantry. After the usual effusions on the
Fourth, the band will perform at a grand
promenade concert on Friday evening at the
Military Hall. This band bas strong reasons
to remember Charleston and a certain game of
base ball at the Citadel Green some time back,
and It Is hoped that their experiences of this
city will be just a little more peaceful and
pleasant than lt was on a former occasion.
CLUBS AND STARS.-An unruly man, arrested
for being lively drunk at the corner of King
and Line streets and tearing the outer cover?
ing ot three Clubs and Stars who were trying
to arrest bim, near twelve-o'clock on Tuesday
night, was fined two dollars.
Themas Burn?, lodged for being drunk and
trespassing on the premises of a gentleman in
Harket street and abusing the police in the
discharge of their duty, was fined two dollars,
with an alternative visit ot twenty days at the
Ashley River farm.
Emma Nichols, arrested for abusing and as?
saulting a policeman who was not In the dis?
cbarge of his duty, showed she was not so
much to blame, and was dismissed.
A young mao, who was recuperating under
the trees in Aiken's Park from an attack of
punch, lound his way to the Guardhouse and
paid np his fine of one dollar.
Two goats astray on Hampstead Mall were
gathered In and fined one dollar each. Alli
fines were paid. j
TBE GLORIOUS FOVRTB.
The nlnety-Blxth anniversary of the Fourth
of July will be celebrated to-day ia Charleston
by the usual display of bunting, speech-mak?
ing and a general turning out ol the militia.
Colonel Taft's regiment will parade, accom?
panied by several civic societies, and at Ave
o'clock the organizations will repair to the
Battery, where a goodly number of Fourth ol
July orators will discuss the past, present and
future of this glorious republic. Colonel E.W.
M. Mackeys regiment of "melish" are ;i*o ex?
pected to participate In the exercises, and the
parade threatens to be something for nldable
Two rustic looking companies ot the N. G S.
C. arrived in the city yesterday from the Isl?
and?, and marched through the streets with a
fife and drum. They seem determined to be
lu time and mean business.
The banks, one and all, will be closed. Num?
bers of young business men, clerks, &c, will
take advantage of the general holiday to go
down to the sea in ships, and the Black Fish
Banks promise to be quite lively during the
day. Last evening the city was free from Ore
crackers nod other noises, and it is hoped
these abominations will be kept within reason
A special meeting of this society was held
last evening at Tully's In King street, where
the members deposed of their business in the
most satisfactory manner. The anniversary
meeting will be held at four o'clock this after?
noon at the South Carolina Hall, aller which
the members will dine at the last mentioned
The building committee of the Freund
schaftsbiind made their report at the regular
meeting on last Tuesday night, from which
we learn that the new hall of the society, at
the corner ot Meeting and George streets,
W&gcner Artillery Clnb.
The regular meeting of this club was held
last evening at Llndstedt'a Hall. The anni?
versary falling on Sunday, the 21st instant, it
was determined to celebrate the event by a
moonlight excursion around the harbor on the
Monday evening succeeding. The members
enjoyed themselves over the pipe and the
bowl until the evening was far advanced. The
following officers were elected to serve for
the ensuing year; H. Wagener, captain; F.
W. Pieper, first lleuleuant; John Kiatte, sec?
ond lieutenant; H. R. Wlecklng, third lieuten?
ant; J. J. Wagener, orderly sergeant; C. H.
Otten, first sergeant; F. W. Meyer, second
sergeant; C. Stelnmeyer, third sergeant; H.
Kahrs, fourth sergeant; J. F. Llllenthal, sec?
retary; F. W. Jessen, treasurer; J. N. Neu?
mann, H. Stelling, H. Stelncamp and George
Stelber, corporals; John Ahrens, amorer; John
F. Neumann and C. H. Sturken, stewards.
Board of Trade.
At a meeting of the Board ol Trade, held
last evening, the action on the proposed
amendment to the constitution, viz: striking
out twenty-five dollars as the entrance fee,
and making it five dollars, was postponed
until the regular meeting in October. No
other business of any public interest was
TBE NEW YORK VEGETABLE MARKET.
The Daily Bulletin, of Tuesday, July 2,
says: . .
Old potatoes are not quotable, holders being
willing to take anything offered, from 25c per
bbl and upward. New continues about steady
and In fair demand?t $1 75a2 50 per bbl. Ia
vegetables green peas and brfftis are decidedly
lower. We quote green peas, Long land, two
bushel bags, 75c. Bermuda onlous $lal25 per
crate; cucumbers Norfolk, half barrel crates,
$1 ?Odl 75; do Jersey and Long Island, $1 60
per 100; summer squash, per crate, 75c; new
turnips $3*6 per 100 bunches; new cabbages
$4a6 per 100; string beans, Long Island, per
two bushel bass, 75c; green onions $4 per 100
bunches; beets, Jersey, $4a5; cauliflowers,
$1 75*3 per dozen; Southern tomatoes $1 50a
2 50 per crate.
AK ADVERTISING SWINDLER. -A man calling
himself George P. C?bler, general supervisor
ol some advertising medium with a long
name, bas Juat made bis escape from Savan?
nah after^swlndling the merchants of that c?y
out of several hundred dollars paid in ad?
vance for advertisements to be Inserted In
Cabler's Medium. He was lound out by a
persistent tailor, whom he tried to swindle
out of a suit ot clothes, but when the warrant
for Cabler's arrest was taken out the youth
bad left for parts unknown, leaving bis hotel
bill unpaid and nothing but an old trunk filled
with older newspapers to satisfy the same.
Cabler was arrested when he first reached
Savnonab, charged with swindling a tailor of
this city out of a suit ot clothes, but he got off
by glvlog his diamond breastpin as security.
The plr^of course waa paste.
TAX 8ALES-PLANTATIONS AT AUCTION_The
sale of the country real estate of delinquent
taxpayers,was continued yesterday at the
usual hour. The following pieces of property
were offered at auction, and there being no
bidders, or bids, were knocked down to the
Slate for the taxes due:
Dr. P. Bonneau, agent, 68 acres, St. Ste?
Dr. P. Bonneau, house and lot, Mount Pleas?
ant. $54 22.
Estate A. Bradwell, 205 acres, St. Stephen's,
Mary Bradley, 24 acres, Christ Church,
Jno. C. Brandon, 124 acres, St. Stephen's,
Mary Brlnson, 170 acres, St. James Bantee,
Isaac Brlnson, 2300 acres, St. James Santee,
Isaac Brlnson, 1500 acres, St. Stephen's
J. B. Butt, 50 acres, St, John's Berkeley,
James Brown, 170 acree, St. James San?
tee, $18 26.
Estate E. Brownlee, 538 acres, St. Ste?
phen's, $93 96.
B. V." Bryan, lot on Sullivan's Island, $19 43.
H. Buckley, lot on Sullivan's Island, $41 32.
E. J. Butler, 400 acres, St. James Santee,
Estate Charles Barnes, 200 acres, 8t. Ste?
phen's, $16 28.
S. E. Bishop, 167 acres, St. Stephen's, $9 36.
Isaac C. Bishop, ll acres, St. Stephen's, $849.
Estate J. Ballow, 20 acres, ChrlBt Church,
E. L. Bowman, 349 acres, St. James San?
tee, $14 37.
Estate. Caddy, house and lot, Mount Pleas?
ant, $106 31.
S. C. Cales, 130 acres, Sf. Stephen's, $15 08.
Charles Campbell, 40 acres, St. Stephen's,
D. O. Causey, 49 acres, St. James Santee,
There will be no auction to-day on account
of the national holiday, but on Friday the
salen will be resumed at 12 M. at the Fire?
proof building, continuing with the Hst of tbe
ISeetlngs This Day.
Charleston Riflemen Club, at 10 A. M.
Cincinnati Society, at 4 P. M.
Irish Rifle Club, at 8 P. M.
THE BLACKVILLE TRAGEDY.
The following additional particulars have
been obtained concerning the shooting affray
which took place ut Blackville on Munday
evenlug last. Mr. J. S. Groves was mucb more
seriously wounded than at flrt-t reported, the
ball entering one side ol the abdomen and
passing out at the opposite side, Just above the
hip. He was in a critical condition on Tuesday -
night, butfwas said to be better on Wednesday
mornlug. Captain Black has been arrested
and lodged In Jill at Barnwell. The affray
grew out of a political quarrel between Black
and Solomon Groves, lather of the young man
Groves. According lo the Aiken Journal, lt j
was Solomon Groves who, while the shooting
was going on, felled Biack with a bar ot Iron.
THE NEW YORK FRUIT MARKET.
The Dally Bulletin of Tuesday, July 2,
As usually the case on Mondays the arrivals
of berries were very light, but prices without
material chauge, as the demand is ulso limit?
ed. A lair Miippiy ol Southern p acnes were re?
ceived, and sold a> $4 >6 50 per crate, with a few
v?ry eunice ai $7 50 We quote: New apples $2a
3 Der bbl, 76?$l 50 per crate. Old russells *5a
6 50 per bul. Strawberries 15a25c per quart,
ita-pbetrles 10dl5c per quert. Biacabeirles 5
al2c for common and 20a26c tor ?redling.
Peaches $1 >G 50 per ci ate. Cherries 3*Md per
pouud. Currants DalGo per pound. Pears $3a
3 25 for sugar per crate. Whortleberries 16a
18c per quart. Gooseberries $2 60?3 50 per
bushel, aud watermelons (50 iGO per 100.
FtJRCHOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
street, have received four cases 4-4 Ellerton
Bleached Shirting, only 15 cents, worth 20;
three cases 9 and 10-4 Unbleached Sbeetlng, 35
and 40 cents; two coses Plain Bull Lawn, only
15 cents; six cases Allendale Quilts, 10 4, 11-4,
12-4, SI 25, $1 37, $1 60; two cases Wamsutta
Bleached Longciotb, only 20 cents; one case
Lonsdale :lne 4-4 Cembrlc, only 25 cents: one
thousand pieces Mosquito Nets, only 65 cents.
FURCHQOTT, BENEDICT <fc Co., No. 244 King
street, have received a email lot of the real
Dolly Varden Sashes, something new and ex- j
traordinary nice, only $7 50. Great closing
ont sale of all ot our spring and summer
dress goods, regardless of cost.
FRENCH "PASSEPARTOUT" FRAMES for Card
Photographs, 25 cents each, at Souder's Gaile- J
rles, No. 263 King street. Jnnl7-lmo
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS 1-Louis Cohen
<fc Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh Stock of DreBS Goode,
just 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 KlDg street. may 1G
BUILDING- MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sasb.ee, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, Ac, are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, ut lils warerooms,
No. 20 Oay ne street and No. 33 Pl nc k ney street.
The above are all made at his own factory on
Ho ri beck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the
best manufacturers. mchS-imwlyr
STOLL, WEBB & Co. are offering the follow?
ing-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 50 cents. French Swiss
Muslins, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, 75
cents to $1. Ladies Hem Stitch Handker?
chiefs. 25 cents, very cheap. Gent's L. C.
Handkerchiefs, 25. 30, 35 cents, extra cheap.
Ladies' Superior White Colton Hose, 25, 30 to
50 cents pair. *10O dozen Gent's Half Hose at
$3 dozen, worth $4. Jun25-tuthsG
DUTCHER'S LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER aweeps
them off and clears the house speedily. Try
it. Sold by dealerse everywhere.
PIQUE.-Another lot of those extra cheap
Piques at 25 and 30 cents, also Apron Linens
at 20 and 25 cents, at Stoll, Webb ? Co., 287
King street. Jun25-tulhs6
TF YOU want to buy cheap goods call on
Stoll, Webb & Co., 287 King Btreet. They are
offering another lot of those Colored Muslins
at 12$ cents, also Grenadines and berages at
Uh cents. Japanese Cloths at 15,20, 25 cents,
worth 25 to 40 cents. Jun25-tuths6
CROQUET SEASON_Wo are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HASEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr27-atuth
GAMES! GAMES ?-Magic Hoop , Building
Blocks, Alphabet Blocks. HASEL STREET BA?
MARK TOUR CLOTHING!-Order your Stencil
Plates at the Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. octl4-th
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS beautifully colored for
25 cents each, at Souder's Galleries, No. 263
King Btreet. * Junl7-lmo
YE THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Room. Branch of the Hasel street es?
BIRD'S EYE VIEW OP CHARLESTON_Frames
for above $3 each. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
Jun28-12 _ _
GREELEY SONG AND JOKE BOOKS.-A liberal
discount to the trade. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
NEW YORK-Per steamship South Caro ma-18
bags sea isla .d and 963 oalei upland cotton. 149
tierces of rice. 124 bales domestics and goons,
loo casks of clay. 891 bbls of naval stores, 045
watermelons, 687 boxes fruit, and sundries.
Per sehr Aluana Rokes-168,000 feet timber, 68,000
NEW GAVEN-Per brig W H Parks-80,000 feet
timber, 30.0uo feet lumber.
Hew York Naval Stores Market.
NEW YORE, July 2.
The Dally Bulletin says receipts to-day, 630 bbls
rosin, 41 do spirit? tnrpenttue. Spirits turpen?
tine has rnled very quiet to-day, butpri e- for loi s
tn yard are hel . pretty steadLy at 47a47)ic,
which ls a trifle lower, .sales 210 bbls from yard
at 47a48c ; 21 bbls from tho wharf at 46c and 24
bbl - from wharf at 452?c. Kuala continues quiet
at about $3 00*3 io for common to good strained.
Kine rust us without parti ular change. Salen 200
bbls No l. and pale at S4a5. Tar scarce and heid
pretty firmly. Pitch m moderate jobbing demand
at unchanged prices.
The New York Rice Market,
NEW YORK, July 2.
A moderate demand has prevailed for moderate
sized lots, and a ralr day's b'istuess ts reported.
The orr rings are fu ly equal to the call, but in the
absence or any over stuck the lone tem ?ina
H ready and n ICHS Arm. w e cote sales nf 40u b > g-<
Rang on, iso baga Patna eo bags carolina, and
2U0 bags Rangoon at 3a3^c
WILHINOTON, July 2.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Sal-ts <>t 288 casks at 443
per gallon for .southern packages.
ROSIN.-Sales ot 1596 bbl* at $? 20 for strained,
$2 60 tor extra No. 2, $3 for low No. 1. $3-.'54
3 37 >3' for No. I, $4 for inw pale. $4 25a4 50 for
pa' . and 15 for extra pale.
CRUDE TURPENTINE -Receipts and sales of 715
bb s ai $2 6ufur hurd, $3 OJ lor yellow dip, and
$3 75 for virgin.
TAR.-Sales of 69 bbls at $3 06 por bbl. Market
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Narai
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, 1
WEDNESDAY EV SN INO. Joly 3. IS 7 2. I
COTTON.-'liiere was some lnqul y, mostly from
one purcnastr, woo operated to ti e extent of
ab oat iou bales, on the basis of 2lc fl lb for mid?
dlings. Ti e sales were 1 at 20; 1 at si; 26 at 213*;
3 at 23hi; 70 at 24. We quote somewhat nomi?
Ordinary to good ordinary.20 @2l K
Low middling.23 @
Mldillng..24 @- *
RICK.-There was a fair Inquiry for this grain.
Sales about 140 tierces of clean Carolina, say 60
tlercea at 6Kc; 60 at 7K; io at 716-10; 25 on pri?
vate terma. We quote common to lair at 7@IKc;
good 7K@SKc 11 m.
NAVAL STORES.-Receipts 48 bbls spirits tur?
pentine, S3 bbls crnde turpentine, and 616 bbls
rosin. There were no sales reported. Crude tur?
pem Ine may be quoted at $3 25 for virgin.,
$2 60 tor yellow dip, and $1 soc for hard.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, ny steam direct, nomi
aol on uplands, nominal on sea Islands; via New
fork, Xd on uplands, Xd on sea islands; by sall,
y,d nominal on nplauds, on sea islands nominal.
To davre-on uplands. Coastwise-to New York
by steam $2 on uplands and - on Bea Islands;
fl PO fl tierce jn rice; 60c fi bbl on rosin;
by sall Kc fl lb on cotton; - fl tierce
on rico; 6O0 ft barrel on rosin; $8 fl M on
loaner; $10 fi H on umber. To Boston, by Ball
40 V ft on upland cotton; rosin 63c; resawed
stun $lo@io60; phosphate $5@6 60. To Provi
tence, by sall $10 f Mon boards,Ko fl ft 00
cotton; by steam $1 ft bale on New York rates,
ro Philadelphia, by steam $2 fi on cotton;
by aau, $sf) M on boards; $e 60@10 on timber; $3
per ton en clay, and $8a$8 eo on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam KC fi Bi by Ball, $0 &o@7 fi
M on boards; $8?s 60 on timber; $8 26 fl
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are in de?
mand by our merchants to take lnmber freights
'rom Georgetown, S. O., Darlen and SatUla River,
ia, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
ind $io@12 ft M are the rates on lamber and
EZCHANGB.-Sterling 60 day billa 23K.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks parchase
sight checks on New York at par @ K premium,
and sell at K@K premmlnm. Outside they pur?
chase at 1-16@K premium, and Bell at 8-16&K
LONDON, July 3.
Noon.-Consols B2J?. Bonds OL
Evening.-Consuls and American securities un?
PARIS, July 3.
Noon.-Rentes 53f 87c.
NEW TORE. July 3.
Noon.-Freights steady, stocks doll. Gold
heavy ar. 13K. Money easy at 4. Exchange, long
9K;ahortlaK. Governments dull. State bonds
dull and weat.
Evening.-Freights more active. Stock, ex?
change and gold room adjourned till Friday.
Money easy at 4a6 on cali. Exchange dnil and
nominally nncbanged. Gold dall and uniform
with sil the business at 13K- Gold dial did not
change f mm opening re close, which ls a fair illus -
irail n of the condition 01 affairs in Wall street.
New aves 13#; sixty-two? 14hi. Siates dull. Ten
nessee 8lxei74X; new 74K- Vlrslnla sixea 40;
new 60. Missouri sixe? 94K- LonuUua sixes 32;
oew 60 Levee sixes 6i; eights 73. Ahbam*
eights 83; fives 60. Georgia sixes 70; sevens 88.
?.nh carolinas 32>,'; new20. Sooth Carolinas
64; new 28.
There twelve bids for government gold to-day,
am-noting to $3,825,000, from I3ai3.75-100; the
Sl.oou.uoo offered will probably gu at 13 62a
13 76-100. The amou it of bonds bought yester?
day by the government was 300,830 at i3.esa
LIVERPOOL, Jnly 3.
Noon.-Cotton opened quiet; uplands 11 hid; Or
Later.-sales of colton 8000 bales; export and
Evening.-Cotton closed with a downward
tendency; uplands Hailed, orleans U>?aliKd;
sales 8000 nales; sp?culation and export 1600.
NEW YORK, July 3.
Noon.-Cotton steady; uplands 25Kc, orleans
25Vc: sates 373 bales.
Evenlug.-Cotton firm; sales 1285 bales at 25KC
fo . sslddling uplands and 25KC for Ot leans. t?aloa
of cotton futures to-dav 97?0 bales, as follows:
July 2i ll 16a23K; August 24 3-16a24K: September
23 3-l6a23K; October 2?Ka20 710; November lOK;
BOSTON, Joly 8.
Cotton dall; middlings 25Kc; sales loo bales;
PHILADELPHIA, Joly 2.
Cotton quiet; middlings 2&Xc.
BALTIMORE. July 2.
Cotton duli; middlings 26Kc; net rec-ipts 27
bales; cross 20; exper a coastwise 31; Bales 106;
NORFOLK, July 3.
Cotton dull; hw middlings 23ye; net receipts
116 balee; exports coastwise ai2: ?-lock 698.
WILMINGTON July 3.
Cotton quiet; middlings 24*40; stuck 1074.
SAVANNAH JUT 3.
Cotton quiet ; middlings 23Kc ; net receipts 48
bales; Bales 30; stock 1560. >
AUGUSTA, Joly 3.
Cotton weak; middling 23Xa23Jic; net reoep s
MEMPHIS. Jalv 3.
Cotton dall; middlings 2-1 Kc; net receipts 18
MOBILE, Jnly 3.
Cotton dull; middlings 23Ka24c; saies to eales;
NEW ORLEANS, Joly 3.
Coton dull, nothing doing; middlings 24Ka
24Kc; net recepts 217 hales; g ress 868; exp?rtalo
Liverpool 1637; sales 209; H toe k 22,188.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL. Jnly 8.
Noon.-Red spring wheat 11s 6d 1- Hs sd.
NEW YORK. Joly 3.
Noon.-Flour dnll and 6al0c lower. Wheat dall
and nominally lower. Corn dal and declining.
ork quiet; mesa $13 26. Lard steady, rurpen
tine q let and steady at 47a47Kc KoMn dull and
in huyera' favor a> $3a3 06 for atralned.
Evening.-Southern (lour dull and lower at ?Ta
9 for common to fair extra; $9 06a9 12K or good
to cm-Ice. -Whlnkey heavy dOaBOtt. Wh>at dall;
winter red Western $1 float 68. Qom lc lower ai
Blast K- Western mixed. Pork nncbanged. B ef
dull at $7 60a9 60 for plain mess. Lard dull at
8Ka9K. Turpentine 47*47 >i. Ri sm s $3o3 06.
BALTIMORE, July 3.
Flour unchanged. Wheat dall; n w choice
whits $1 ASal 60; fair to prime wnlte $1 40ai 60;
new choice amber $1 <6al 60; fair to prime new
red $l4oalM>; old Western $146il 65. corn
?carce and inactive for Soothern; white sont hern
80-iS2c; y ello* Muthern Ole; ranted Western
63Ka64c. Oats doll; mixed 43a44o.; white 47a
49 y Southern 46a48c. Rve qal t and noe an ged
at 90c.nfl. Pro vi-ions quiet bat arni. Mess pork
$13 60al3 75. Bnlk meats 6K es of 20,000
pounds or iib sides are madr at OKc ; clear rib
sidea 7 ^c. Bacon active, with a jobbing demand;
prices unchauBcd. Sntar-cired hams I3al4c.
Lard 9a9Kc. Western butter quiet aud steady;
choice 17c. Whiskey dull and unchanged.
ST. LOUIS, July 8.
Flour dull and unsettled and small business
doing; winter doubla extra $5 66a6 25. Oom dall
and drooping. Whiskey easier at 87aS7K. Pork
dull at $ 1175. Bacon-clear sides 7a: s c.
CINCINNATI. Joly 8.
Pork dall and regular at $12. Lard dall and
nominal. Bacon firm; clear rib 7Kc. Whiskey
firm at S4o.
LOUISVILLE, July 3.
Pork qnlet at $12 cash. Bacon sides, packed,
7Ka7Kc. Whiskey firm at 86c.
Interior Cotton Markets.
ORANGKBURG, July 3.
Sales for the week ending July SA 8 bates. Ordi?
nary 21c; low middling 22*; middling 28.
MONTGOMERY, Jnly 1.
The market ls qnlet and nominal; good ordlna
ry 22c; strict good ordinary 22hi; low middlings
23; middlings 23*.
Receipts hy Railroad. July 3.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
303 bales cotton, 61 bales gooda, 119 bbls spirits
turpentine, 34J bbls rosin and 1 car stock. To
Railroad Agent, Chapeau A co, Barden A Parker,
Wm H Jones A co, A J Satins?, Kinsman A Bow?
el, Whllden A Jonrs, C Lelbenrood. G Foll?n, W 8
Smith A co, Wlss A co. 1' P Smith, w 0 Bee A co,
Frost, Adrfcr A co, Jeffords A co, Walker, Evans
Per steamship Sooth Carolina, for New York
Miss Reyward, 0 Heyward, Miss Gill. Mrs C GUI,
Master G ll, Mrs J W Collins, Mrs J E Lewis, Ml?s
MA? Onmke, F A Mltched. J Donelly, w a right,
Mrs Politzer and time children. J N Voorh- es, Mr
Josephs aud wife, Miss C A 0 tolenyul, DWG
Pnlllps, W G Phldps. Jr, Rev O F Percher, M B Dr
W Q Philips. U W Held. C R RPM, J M Reid. Mrs K
Seo't, J Hanckel and son, D P Grim tn and wife. T
G ri 111'.h, Mis- L Griltl'h, s orlitl n and servant. ? F
Mawoy B A Singleton. Mrs N W Kinsm-in, Mrs J
Doler. E Bush. F K. Rou un and wi ie. G K Pieper
and ?If-, Dr liasso 1 and wife. Miss Ba-son, Mas?
ter A liasso i, Ma-1 er I) liaron. E Bauer, Mrs J
N Hill, L Charnu, F F Ml erteil. L B Clark, Mr- W
Reynold*. B G Walker ano wile. Miss J Reid, Miss
J H Reynolds, Ml s s M Revnolds, ?apt Carl, Jno
Brown J Bullard, J M Curtis, J Webby, and six In
Per steamer Water Lily, from Edlstn. Enter?
prise. Rockville, and Way Landings- Miss M P
Chaplin, Hon John Townsend and wife, Miss P
Townsend, Miss J Jenkins, J F Townsend, G Mc?
Neill, J W Seabrook, F Schaffer, T Behan,
MOON'S PEAS KS.
New Moon, 5th, 1 boar 5 rain?tes, evening.
First Qaarter. I8rh 2 boara, 20 minutos evening.
F ni; Hoon. atilt, 9 bonis, 34 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 27th, 2 boars, 0 minutes, morning.
a. ? e.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.JOLY 4. 1872.
Lat 36 deg 46 min 38 sec. | Lon 7Meg 67 min 27 sec.
Sehr Ann S Deas. Garbattl, West Point Min. :
tierces rice. To W 0 Bee A co.
Steamer Water Lily, Togllo, Edls'o, Enterprise
and Way Landings. Mdse and sundries. To D
Nisbet. ? A Wood-ide, Wm Wbaley Wagener ft
Mo'isees. Adams. Damon A co, J Hnrkamp A co,
- Frank, W Uarrall. aud others.
Received from Cblsolm's Mill. 44 tierces rice.
To W McBurney.
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, Nsw York
-Wanner, Unger A co, W A Courtenav.
Brig Wm II Parks, Dix, New Haven, Conn
Cohen A Wells.
?ehr Aldana Rokes, Rhodes, New York-Cohen
Steamship South Carolina. Beckett, New York.
?nuth bark N K Clements, Kelly, London.
FROM TUIS PORT.
Steamship Falcon, Haynle. at Baltimore, 3d
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, from Nev York.
MARINE. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YoKKrJaly 3.
Arrived out, steamship Parthia.
Arrived, steamships Cuba and Italy, from Liver?
pool; Moro Odsilo, Havana.
BOSTON, July 3.
Arrived, steamship Liberia, Liverpool.
LIST OP VESSELS
OP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
The Annie, Davis, sailed.Marchi:
The Georgiana, Mai n, sailed.Jane 7
The Duke of Cornwall, Keays, sailed.May 22
j The Essex, Smith, tailed.March 26
I The Amazon, McDonald, up.May 14
Bi bark Architect, Doddridge, sailed.June 2
WEST HARTLEPOOL, ENG.
j The Pegaros, Christiansen, cleared.May 16
The Athene, Sorensen, sailed.March io
The Brenton, Rich, salted.March 20
The Bachelor, Tooker, sailed.March 26
The Heinrich, Woffer, s ai ic J.April 8
Sehr H E Sampson, Davis, cid.June 1
Brig Henry A Louise. H <nd, cleared.June 28
Sehr'Myro. er, Brown, up.Jane 17
Scnr Liny, Hughes, cleared.Jane 18
Sehr carne A Bentley, cleared.June 6
Sehr Florence Balley, Bailey, up.June 27
Sehr Gothen,-, up.Jane 27
PE LL A DELPHI A.
Br bark Jas Holmes, Wise, cleared.May 17
Sehr Caroline Young. Young, cleared....June 7
Behr E R Kemmell, Ripley, up.July 1
Brig Altavela, Cousins, np.June 6
Sehr Henry Allen, Tatem, cleared.May 17
Sehr M O Frye. Bnnker, cid.June 10
Sehr virgin! i, Dryden, cleared.June 20
fen r Grace B West, Lord, cleared.Jnne 2u
Sehr J H Stickney, Foots, up.June ?1
Sehr Conrad Fox, Lewis, cleared.Jane 22
Sehr John A Frank, Mathews, cleared.June 1
8chr Frank A Emily, McOobb, sailed.Juno 10
Sehr Willie Luce, Talbot, np.June 28
Drugs ana ?Heoinriee.
CONCENTRATED PROOF LIQUEUR
Hr Guyot has succeeded in depriving tar
of its insupportable sourness and bitterness,
and in rendering it very soluble. ProGting
by this happy discovery, he prepares a con
ccntrated liqueur of tar, which in a small
volume contains a large proportion of the
active principle. * .
Guyot ? tar possesses all thc advantages of
ordinary tar-watcr without any of its draw
backs A glass of excellent tar-water without
any disagreeable taste may bc instantaneously
obtained by pouring a teaspoonful into a
glass of water.
Any one can thus prepare his glass of tar
watcr at thc moment he requires it, thus
economizing time, facilitating carriage and
obviating the disagreeable necessity of hand?
Guyot s Ur replaces advantageously se?
veral more or less inactive ptisans in tiie
treatment of colds, bronchitis, coughs, and
Gayola lar is.employed with the greatest
success in the following diseases :
AS A DRAUGHT. - A teasponfal in a glass
of water, or two tablespoonfuls in a bottle.
CATARRH OF THE BLADDER
IRRITATION OF THE CHEST
DISEASES OF THE THROAT
AS A LOTION. - Pure or diluted with a
AFFECTIONS OF THE SKIN
ITCH I NOS
DISEASES OF THE SCALP
Gnyot's tar has been tried with the
greatest success in the principal hospitals of
France, Belgium, and Spain. Experience has
proved it to bo the most hygienic drink in
time of epidemics.
Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
Depol in PIM, L. FRERE, 19, rm JiccJi.
/gents In Charleston, DOWiE, MOISE A
DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists. j
THE ENEMY SURRENDERS. -THE
dragun slain by St George, and the snake
that ?topped the march of Regulus, were mild
nuisances compared with OMEO ?lol INDIGES?
TION and ita accompaniments; yet this foe of
heal i h and lire, with all the brood of bilious and
n?rveas ailments of which lt ls the parent, sur?
Tarrant'* Effervescent Seltzer Aperient
and ls banished from the system. At this season,
wh'n the physical powers are so apt to droop and
languish, and thc sp.rtts to give way, the toning,
purifying, refreshing, renovating and regulating
operation of this most agrenable of all correctives
is especially conducive to a healthful and vigor?
ous coBdlcton of the system, sold by all Drug?
?j^JTOSES GOLDSMITH A SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE
Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX
Hides, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds of
Dealers in COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
Pig iron. may?o-mwnyr |
Counts Cat Sales.
DISTRICT, COMPRISING THE PARISHES OF ST.
JAMES GOO>E CREEK AND ST. JOHN'S
BERKELEY, WE.VT OF COOPER RIVER._
OFFiOIS OF OOONTY AUDITOR, CHARLES?
TON. S. C., JULY 3, 1872.-Trie attention of
Delinquent Taxpayers ls re-pectfully Invited
to part of Section 4th of "An Act to amend
coi Act entitle!! an Act providing for the Assess?
ment and Taxation of Property," passed Sep?
tember 16,1888. and all Acta amendatory there?
to. Approved March 12,1872:
"SKC. 4. That all lands and real estate within
this S ate, whereupon, or In respect whereof, any
sum of money remains due or payable after the
sale provided torin section 16, chapter 18, title 3,
of geueral staiujea. or which ara liable to be sold
lor, or on account or, any tax laid by or under
the authority of -this state for State or County
purposes, lu accordance with the provisions of
either of i he sev?-rai acts, for the purpose of as?
sessing and levying taxes for the support orme
auvern ment or the state, and of toe several coun?
ties thc rem, pasted la the years 1888, 1860. 1870
and 1871, snail bc exposed to sale, and sold for
the pa> mont of such taxes, and all penalties,
costs and charges thereon accrued, on the first
Monday lo June, 1872, and from day to day there
arrer, Sundays only excepted, until the wnule
thereof shati be Bold, at the place or places, on
the ic ms and In the mauuer hereinafter provi?
ded; such sa e shall be by the County Treasurer of
eachc lunty, at the county seat, wno shall expose
,and offer the said lands at public *aie. to be s dd
aud con ve) ed in fee simple without the right of
red -mptlon, for the payment th reof; and the
Coon y Auditor shad execute a warranty deed to
Adams, W s, if89, 1870, 1871, Sc James Qoose
Creek, 200 acres.
Abbott, T H. 1868.1869, 1870, 1871, St James Goose
Greek. 180 acres.
Allen. Est TP, 186?, 1870,1871, Meeting st road,
Arno d, Mary S, 1869,1870, St James Goose Creek,
A rons, M rn, 1868,1869, 1870, 1871, Meeting st road,
Asbe, Wm, 1870, 1871, 160 acres.
Austin, W. 1869 1870, 1871,226 acres.
savior, Wainwright, i8o9. 1870, 1871, 200 acres.
Baylor, J w, so J, ts TO, 1871, 36 acres.
Baylor, Est Wm. 1870, 1871.1100 acres.
Barker, James, 1888,18 9, 1870, 1871. 200 acres.
Ballentlce. Samuel, 1868, 1869, 1870,1871, 39 acres,
Ballen'me, Est Jos, 1870,160acres.
Bi-IL Willum, isa-, I8ss. 1870.1871. 4880acres.
blanton, Peter, 1868. i860, 1870.1871 2eo acres.
Blauton, James, 1868 18?9. i870. 1871, soo acres.
Beckman, Dolphus. 1868. 1869, I87u. 1871, 4 acres.
Bou dow, B 1868. 1869. 1870, 1871, 3600 acres.
Brown, W S, 1870. ll acres.
Browning, S C. 1888. 1869,1870, 1871, 760 acres.
Bradley, s C, 1869, 1870. 7 acres.
Bradford. Winiam, 1889, 1870, 1871, 6O0 acres. .
Ii ra rr iln, J F. 1870. 60 acres.
Harthas. James. 1868. 1869. 1870,1871, 60 acres.
Bunch, James, 1870, 1871, 668 arres.
Bunch, J, 1868,18o9, 1870, 1871. 660 acres.
Bunch. Kat Wm, 1870,1871,200 acres.
Bunch, Est Adger, 1870. 204 acres.
Bunch, Fanny, 1888 < 870.1871.200 aores.
Buroane. Joanna, 1868.1889,1870. 86 acres.
uuin, Rev R ti, ISMS, i860. 1870, 1871, 81 acres."
Cari w, J no E, 1868,1869, 18 0.1871, 20 acres.
Carew. Jnn E, 1889. is 0.1871, 460 acres.
Carroll, Harper. 1869.1870, 60 acres.
Carreil, B. 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, Summerville, Va?
Carpenter, R B, 1869, 1870, 1871, St James Goose
creen, 100 acres.
Carn. E, 187?, 1871, ooo acres.
Oantlntlue, Mary. 1670, 2 acres.
Gapeiiart, Fred, 1868, 1369, 1870, 1871, Summer?
ville, House and Lot.
Chubb, Oaleb, 1870. 1871, 76 acres.
Clark, P W J. 1870. 300 acres.
Clark, Uriah, 1869,' 1870, 1871,66 acres.
Clark. L A, 1870,1871.106 acres.
Cia k, James, 1869. mo, 1871, loo acres.
Clam, P S, 1868.1870, 1871, 1178 acres.
Clare. James E, 1868, 1870,1871,126 acres.
Conner, susan, 1868,1870, 1871,300 acres.
Couturier, R J, 1868, 1*69. 1870. 866 acres.
Comings, William, 1868, 1869 187u, 1871, 102 acres.
Crane, AO, 889.1870. 1871. 1800 acres,
earner. Jno, 1869, l?70, 1871, Summerville, Rouse
Ch in nerd. Jno J, 1870.100 acres.
Davis, J ames. 1870.1871, '. 8 acres.
OeH y, A M, 1888 I860. 1870 and 1871, 129 acres.
De Bay, Uauiei. 1868.1869. 1870, lt>7l. 173 acres.
Derla*. L D, 1868.1869.1870. 1871. 126 acres.
De Hay. Kiizabeh. 186S. 1869, 1870, 147 acres.
Doiteraou, A, 1870 200 acron.
Donnelly, 1868,1869,1870 1871, 106 acres.
Donnel.y, BenJ. 1869, 1870, 1871.400 acres.
Dnggers, H, 1868.187u, 1871, 102 acres.
Drlgtiers, Mo es. 187 ?, loo acres,
nrlggers, Thomas, 18?8,1?69, 1870, 1871, 0 acres.
Dase. Jnck I808. 1889. 1870.1871, 4 J acres.
Droae, Est Jonn. 186 . 1860, 1870, 1871,429 acres.
Durr. Elisha, 1870,1871. .88 actes.
Dubose, Jno, 1870, 1871. 60 acre'.
Du none, Est E, 1869 1870, 38u0 acres.
Duaose, Eit wm, i87u, 108 acres.
Kasterling, Ellis, 1868, 1870, 1871, 100 acres.
Ea-terllug, E M. 1868.1869, 1870.1871, 82 acres.
Eule, Est Geo, lt>69. 1870, 1871, 100 acres.
Edie, Es Geo, 1849,1870. 1871. 100 acres.
Edie, R P, is;8, 1870. 1871. 20 a res.
?larnUte, J B. 1869,1670, 1871, 280 a;res.
Evans J W 1870. 6 acre .
Evans, Mary M. 1888*1870, 1871. 86 acres.
Evans, sylvia. 1870. 1871, 20acres.
Edle, Zac, 1868.1870,1871. 160 acres,
tulle, Fhldp, 1870. 1871, 60 acres.
Edle, Edward, 1870,1871, 60 acres,
tiule Zac, 1868,1810, 1871, 60 acres.
Fau.llug. J M. 16 0. 1870. 1871,109 acre*.
Fare?, J D, 1868,1869, 1870,1871, 800 acres.
Mlzer, M, 1868,1869, 1870,1871, 70 acres.
Flynn, John. 1868,1869, 1870, 1871, .Sommerville,
Hun- e and u t.
Frier,? W. 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, Sum mer vi1 le,
House and Lot.
Ferguson, James, 1868,1886. 1870,1971, 1665 acres.
Fut! s. Est J E or Andrew, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871,
Foster, Trust Est Mrs H S, 1870, 1871, Summer?
ville, House and Lot.
Gaillard, E M. 18n9,1H70, 1871, 2400 acres.
Gaillard. E M. 1870, 1871. ?60 acres.
uadi-deu, Pump, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, Summer?
ville, House and Lot.
Garrett, Jackson, 1870 1871, 146 acres.
Gaylor, N B, 1ST-, 1871. OUO ac rei.
uinbs, Dr tl A, 1864.1870, 1871, 22acres,
.bibbs, Edwin, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1671, 40 acres.
Godden. E ti, 1869, 1870, 1871, Rikersviile, House
Godfrey, T P, 1870, 1871. 340 acres.
Godfrey, A, 1869.1870.160 aerea
Gourdin, ist S T, 1670, tata w ville, House and
Let and 84u acres.
Gonruin, Peter, l87o, 2110 acres.
Go >drlcn, Catharine. 1868, 1870,1871,16 acres.
Grooms, Hobt, 1868, 187o. 1871 434 sens.
Craves, chartes W, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871,1600
G regor le,'William. 1888, 1869, 1870, 1871, 1 acre.
U e-r. Wildara, 1870, 8 acres.
Harvey, Est F A, 1870. 765 acres.
Mai moo, A M, I860 187o. 1871, 875 acres.
Harmon, r>t Thomas, 1870, 1871, 876 acres.
Ba'mon, H. 1868, 1869.1870. 1871, 384 acres.
Hart, ' ?amblet n J. 1870. 1871 470 acres.
Bart, L M. 1669,1870. &40 acres.
Harper, carroll, 1870, 1871, 60 acrcs.
ti ut son, Wm J, 187 . 492 acres.
Halbeinstadr, L, 1888, 1870, 1871,1300 acres.
Hampton, Wade, 1870, 1871, 67% acres.
Bampton, Wade. 1870, 187 , 112 acres,
Harm, Robert, 1868, 1B70, 1871, Summerville,
House and Lot.
Beins, J J, 1868. I860, 1870, 1871. 300 acres.
Heap, Edwaid. 1868.1869, 1870, 1871,300 acres.
Hilton, Thomas U, i860 1870, m acres.
HU.on, J T, 191-9,1870.1871, 336 acres.
Hu to i, L W, 1669, 1870, 640 acres.
Hud, Saran, 1870, 1871. 60 acres.
Hut!, T W, 1868. 1869. 1870, 1871, 60 acres.
Hyalin, H A. 1870, 1871, 30 ?cres.
Hyatt, R. 1868, 1869, 1870,1871. 60j?res.
SAMUEL E. BENNETT,
july4 County Auditor.
WRIGHT & WARNOCK'S
PATENTED OCTOBER 10, 1871.
We take pleasure in presenting to the planters
and public a Horse Power gotten up by Messrs.
WRIGHT A WARNOCK, of Barnwell and Beau?
fort Counties, S C. which ls a most perfect ma?
chine. The said Power will give greater speed at
the expense of less power than anything yet In
?se; ls struLg. simple and durable. Can be used
with eq ial ease for ginulng cotton, threshing'
grain, pumping water, Ac. Will, on a forty:gfcw
gin In good order, with two mules, moderate
galt, gin 1600 pounds lint cotton per day; brisk
driving 2000 pounds. Ooe mule can pull lt; light
for two. It sits in a frame In me l ouse; can be
arranged to gin with the gin and gear sitting on
Another important feature or this Power Is
that the rising or falling of the floor of the bonse
does not affect the working of the gear in any
Thi 9 Isa Southern enterprise, and no humbug
Price $126, and freight, ready for potting np.
G. H. KIRKLAND and W. A. CLARK.
Allendale, S. C.,
Agents for South Carolina.
G. H. KIRKLAND, Agent for North Carolina.
Rev. Messrs. Joseph A. Lawton* and Joseph
Bostick.* of the Savannah River Assoca
Hon, Allendale; Captain W. M. Bostick.* Allen?
dale; Rev. Me-srs. D. J. Simmons and P. Milton
Kenned v. of the ibu th Carolina Conference; Gen
Tal Johnson Hairood, Bar,.well Courthouse;
Captain R D. Senn, Columbi i; F. J. Peizer, Esq.,
and Messrs. Ree ter A Davis, Charleston, S. C.
Those marked thus have seen the Power at
K" ?SW Y O fi K .
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, AT 10
O'CLOCK A. M.
SEW IBON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.^"
BTATE-BOOMS ALL ON DECS.,
The splendid New Iron Sldewheel steamship
GEO HOI A, Hoi mes. Commander, will eal! for'
New Torte on WEDNESDAY. July lotb, at 10 o'clock
A. M.. from Pier No. a. Uuloo Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England Cities as usual.
insnnnee bi steamers of this Line Vi percent.
Far Freight or Passage Engagement?, having
very one Deck Stateroom accommod itiona. apply
to WAGNER, HUG BR A CO., No 23 Broad street, .
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
PHILADELPHIA IBON STEAK
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain Hanter, ?
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly on the Line, Insnrlng a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and m alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all pointa lu the Cotton States, ana
to and from cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest. Boston;
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
sr The GULF STREAM is appointed to san
from Brown's Wharf on s AT CROAT, eth Joly, at 6
o'eiook P. M.
ta* The VIRGINIA will follow.
For particulars or Freight arrangements', apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
w. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, Ne. IS
sooth Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
Jp OR NEW TOBE. '
MSW YORK AND CliAJlLYESTOH
The Splendid Sldewheel Steamship CH i M PION,
R- W. Lockwood. Commander, will sall from
Adder's South Wharf for the above port on SAT?
URDAY, the mb J ni v. at 6 o'clock P. M. .
E9-lneCHAMPION ls handnomHy and comfort?
ably titted ap for passengers, and offers superior
Inducements to travellers going North.
?-Murine Insurance by this vessel hair por
ta* Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston. Providence, and the New Eng.
land manufacturing towna a
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply tob
' Jalyl-e JAMBS ADGER A CO., Agents.
J O E BALTIMORE.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DALLY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIES OF THE NOBTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN. .
The Fine Steamship SEA GULL, Dutton, Oom?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, cn SATURDAY,
6th Joly, at 6 o'clock P. M.
ta* Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi*
tlonal insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot in Pntiadelphla.
For Freight or Passage anni? to
PAUL C. TREN H OLM, Agent,
Inly2-6_SQ. 2 Union Wharves.
J_>AOLFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN. ?
FABES GREATLY SEDUCED.
Steamers ot the above line leave Pler^-ffta.,
No. 42. North River, foot of CanalSUKB
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the BS
and soth of every month except when these
dates fall on sunday, thea the .saturday preceding.
AU departures connect at Panama with steam?
era for Sooth Pacific and Central American ports.
Departure of 16tb touches at Kingston, J?mate*}?
For Japan and China, ateamers leave San Fran?'
olsco Drat of every month, except when lt falls on
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
No california steamers touch at Havana, bat gd
direct from New York to AsplawaU.
- One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult,
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
root of Canal street, North River, New York.
laly26-lyr_F. R. BABY. Agent.
JP OB LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
wm dispatch one of their nrst-class, fail power
iron screw steamships from
PIER No. 4? N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Ornee No. 20 Broadway) gao.
oorrency. _ ,
For Freight or cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 68 Wall street, N. Y.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool issued
Dy the Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with tua above line.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
- JAMES ADGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
maye or WM. A. COURTENAY.
?REDUCTION IN PASSAGE BATES 1
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
SAIL EYEBY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Passengers booked to and from any ^fti??k
Hillway Station or Seaport In Great
Britain, Ireland, Norway. Sweden, Deuuiark.
Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, and the
Cabin Fare from New York to London, Liver?
pool, Glasgow and Derry by wednesday's Steam?
ers $60. By Saturday'a -?earners $66 and $76.
EXCURSION TICKETS. $120.
Intermediate, $33; steerage, $28, all payable in
Parties sendlmr for their friends ia the Old
Oonutry can purchase tickets at lowest ratea.
For farther partlcutara apply to the Agents,
No. 7 Bowling Green, N. Y,
Orto DOUGLAS NISBET,
aprll-Smoaptw_Charleston. S. C.
_ iThe splendid Steamer,_
Pf POI NI1.Captain MCMILLAN
will leave Charleston every TUESDAY BVBNIHO,
at half-post 8 o'clock,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Returning, CITY POINT leaves Palatk* FamiT
MOHNING and Savannah SATURDAY MORNING,
arriving here SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
For Frelsht or Passage, having first-Class Ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVENEL A co.. Agents,
corner Yanderhorst's Wharf and East Bay, V