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FUNERAL OF THE REV. PAUL TEA
PIER, D- D.
The remains of this lamented divine arrived
yesterday by the early morning train on t he
South Carolina Railroad, and were conveyed
to the vestibule of St. Michael^ Church, where
they lay in state for the remainder of the day
The case containing the coffin was draped in
black, and on the top were a number of
crosses and wreaths made of evergreens and
?white flowers. At half-past five o'clock P. M. a
large number of the connexions of the deceas?
ed, and the Irlands and acquaintances of the
lamlly, assembled In the body of the church
and the south gallery. The north gallery was
crowded with colored persons, chiefly wor?
shippers at Calvary, the church established by
As the bells of St. Michael's chimed the half
hour the body was borne up the aisle, prece?
ded by the Episcopal clergy of the city, two
abreast, In the following order: Messrs. John?
son and Elliott, Marshall and Plnckney, Phil?
lips and Hanckel, Green and Welch, Prentiss
and Babbitt, and. Immediately In front of the
coffin, the Bev. J. W. Miles. The pall-bearers
were the Hon. W. A. Pringle, Dr. W. T.
Wragg, Mr. C. K. Huger, and the following
nephews ol the deceased: Isaac Hayne, T. B.
Hayne, W. E. Hayne, E. S. Trapier and Henry
Trapler. When the remains reached the
chancel the choir chanted uLord, let me know
my end." The 20th chapter of 2d Corinthians
was then read by the Rev. Mr. Elliott, after
which the hymn "Who are these In bright
array" was sung by the choir. The hymn be?
ing finished, the remains were taken to the
grave, where the services were concluded by
the Bev. John Johnson. The coffin was then
lowered into the grave, which was filled up
while the crowd slowly dispersed.
THE HEAT TESTER DA T.
The range of the thermometer, yesterday,
at the drug store of Dr. Joseph Blackman, on
the south side ol Broad street, was as follows :
8 A. M., 81; 10 A. M., 86; 12 M., 88; 2 P. M., 88; J
4 P. H., 88; ? P. M., 86; 8 P. M., 83.
THE FLORIDA LING.-The repairs of the
Dictator being Incomplete, there will be no?
boat for Savannah this week.
COMMITTED.-James Drayton, colored, was
committed to jail yesterday by Trial Justice
Lovett for trial at the next term of the Crimi?
nal Court, on a charge of grand larceny.
MABION LODGE, I. 0. 0. P.-At a recent
meeting of this lodge the tallowing officers j
were installed for the ensuing term: ?A^N.
Bellinger, P. G.; B. A. Muckenfuss, N. G; B.
C. Barkley, V. G.; B. C. Starr, B. S.; J.
Martin, P. a and T.: A. W. Lewin, C.; A. P.
Caldwell, W.; A- J. Berry, R. 8. N. G.; E. J.
Masterman, L. S. N. G.: C. T. Blcbardson, B.
S. V. G.; Francis T. Moore, L. 8. V. G.; Morris
Harris, 0. G.; G. M. Francis, I. G.; W. P. Her?
ron, B. S. 8.; James E. Raine, L. S. S.; W. H.
THE STEAMSHIP SARATOGA.-This fast and
superior steamship, which put into this port
on Monday last for a supply of fuel, was
promptly and satisfactorily served, and left
here yesterday for Havana The Saratoga
has been a favorite boat for some time on the
route between Bichmond, Va, Norfolk and
New York, where she was remarkably popu- j
lar. She was lately purchased by parties In
Cuba, to which she is now bound, and there
she will be employed as a mall and passenger
packet 1mm Havana, touching at the most j
Important ports, and proceeding round Cape
Mayal to St.* Jago de Cuba. Her draft yester?
day, alter being fully coaled, was about thir?
teen feet, and she steamed down to the oar in
about three-four i hs of an hour, moving like a
GERMAN HUSSAR TILTING CLUB.-At the I
meeting of tb'? club, held last evening, the-'j
following o deers were elected: Hanke
Wohlken, president; E. H. Eberhardt, first
vice-president; Henry Buck, second vice
president; J. H. Dunnemann, third vice-presi?
dent; J. C. W. Bischoff, first director; John
Voigt, second director; Louis Wacker, third
director; John Renter, fourth director; Joseph
Dot hage, treasurer.
Captain Theo. Cordes, after the above elec?
tion, resigned his seat. President Wohlken
made the motion that Captain Cordes be
elected an honorary member ol the club,
which was -unanimously adopted. The club
also extended their thanks to him for his
services rendered In organizing the club.
The meeting then adjourned and partook of a
A NEW MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISE.
About a month ago an establishment was
opened at No. 161 King street lor the manu?
facture of ladles' and gentlemen's underwear.
It now gives steady employment to eighteen
or twenty operatives, mostly female?, runs
five sewinguacblues, and is capable of turn?
ing out two dozen first-class shirts or ten
dozen pair of drawers per day. The finest
shirts are sold for two dollars and a quarter,
f.nd are of the same quality as those sold else?
where for three dollars. A tailor ls constant?
ly employed, and good fits thereby guaran?
teed. Parties preferring to do so can furnish
the cloth for their underwear. Tucking and
a tl tc K lng are also included in Its branches, and
will be executed ia the neatest manner upon
any kind of fabric. The establishment Is
owned and managed by Mr. S. Langley, Jr., a j
native South Carolinian and former dry
goods clerk of this city.
CLUBS AND STABS.-Pompey Jenkins, ol dus?
ky hue, raised a disturbance In Vanderhorst
street, on Monday, and pitched Into Clubs and
Stars when ordered to be quiet. The Mayor
?ned him one dollar, which he paid.
Edward Jaeger, a white man, who had been
fined and discharged on Monday morning for
having been drunk the day before, was lodged j
in the upper Guardhouse in a like condition
the same evening. He contributed another |
dollar to the city coffers.
James Grant, found lying down at the cor?
ner of Calhoun and Coming streets in a happy
state ot unconsciousness, was carried to the
upper Guardhouse. He paid one dollar.
Thomas Boacb, white, got drunk on Mon?
day afternoon and went through a sparring
match with his Image reflected in a window
glass ot D. O'Neill & Son's shoe store on King
street The glass was broken, and Thomas
went to the Guardhouse. Yesterday morning
he delivered up two dollars and thirty-five
cents, his entire stock of funds, and was dis?
Captain Grant, charged with firing a pistol
from bis piazza, on Concord street, into an
adjoining one, did not appear. Hts case was
turned over to a trial Justice for examination.
Tbos. Mathews, a white invalid, applied for
lodgings and was sent to the City Hospital.
Edward Browne, colored, was nabbed while
bathing in Patton's dock. Union wharves. He
explained that he didn't know he was doing
wrong, and was dismissed with a reprimand.
Joseph Mitchell, who had taken less water
than whiskey during the day, went into the
main Guardhouse, Monday evening, for a drink
of water. He became dlsorder.y, and was
asked to spend the night. Yesterday morning
he paid one dollar and was let out.
James Powers, becoming drunk and noisy
on,KIng street, was taken to the main Guard?
house and fined one dollar.
TBE COURTS YESTERDAY.
United States District Court.
The proceedings in the bankruptcy case of
Daniel E. Scannel against the Greenville and
Columbia Railroad Company wore resumed
yesterday morning in the United 8tates Dis?
trict Court before Judge Bryan.
Mr. Corbin, counsel for the petitioner, pre?
sented In evidence the annual reports ot the
president and general superintendent of the
road during the year 1871, which showed that
the gross earnings during that year were
$457,144 80; expenses $447,269 78, leaving the
net earnings only $9875 02. The debt of the
company was stated OB follows: Bond?
ed debt $1,958,635 13; floating debt
$451,261 87; total debt $2,409,897. The
repairs, <fcc, necessary to put the
road and machinery in good order were esti?
mated at $466,000, and with ouch repairs lt
was estimated that tbe road could be run lor
60 per cent, of its gross earnings, but without
them the entire earnings would be absorbed
in the expenses. Ur. Corbin also produced
the records of judgments by default obtained
against the Greenville and Columbia Railroad
Company, for past due Interest in suits brought
by John D. .Caldwell for $2439 20, E. J. Scott,
Son tc Co., for $466 50; Wm. H. Raye, for
$446 67; John T. Rhett, for $200 72, and David
Gamble, tor $1682; which judgments had not
been paid by the company, but some of which
had been sold aud assigned to third parties.
ColonelJames P. Low, chief engineer of the
Blue Bldge Railroad, testified as to the condi?
tion of the Greenville and Columbia Road,
having examined lt some time ago. He
thought the statement of the general superin?
tendent a lair one, and that, with the neces?
sary repairs, the road might be run at an ex?
pense ol sixty per cent, of the earnings. The
business of the road might be expected con?
stantly to Increase with proper management.
Mr. W. J. Magrath was next examined. He
testified that he had been the preside ut of the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Company
since January 1, 1872. He read a document
presented by Mr. Corbin, which purported to
be a* statement of the indebtedness of that
company to the Commercial Warehouse Com?
pany for a loan negotiated by H. H. Eimpton,
the financial agent of the company. He said
the company had not paid the demand, be?
cause they did not recognize the debt. There
were three reasons for not recognizing tbe
debt: First, because the contract was signed
by John J. Patterson, as vice-president, and at
the time lt purported to be executed the presi?
dent of the company was in Columbia, and
performing the (unctions of bis office; second,
because the proceeds of the transaction were
1 never transmitted to the Greenville and Co?
lumbia Railroad Company, at Columbia; and
third, because ef the exorbitant interest
charged, which was at the rate of thirty-seven
per cent, per annum.
The counsel for the petitioner not belog pre?
pared with other testimony, the court ad?
journed until this morning.
The mcLr.aghlln Case.
The case of Cocnty Commissioner Mc?
Laughlin, who was imprisoned upon the order
of Judge Lee for al.eged contempt of court,
was resumed yesterday afternoon beloreChlet
Justice Moses, in tho Common Pleas room of |
the County Courthouse, In presence ol anoth?
er large crowd of Interested spectators.
Solicitor Whipper continued bis argument
in opposition to the release of the prisoner, and
In reference to the right of Judge Lee to issue
the order to Mr. McLaughlin at ?ambers he
stated that the only order In the case which
was issued at chambers was the cue of May
17, in which Mr. McLaughlin was directed to
turn over certain checks in his possession to
the clerk of the court. The mle to show
cause why he should not be attached for con?
tempt In disobeying thal order and the rule of ?
attachment were both issued during the term
of the court, and, therefore, he argued were
'legal and regular, even If the* first order were
Mr. Corbin, of counsel for tbe prisoner, said
that in all proceedings by a court of limited
Jurisdiction the court has to show in the firs';
place, upon the lace of Its process or order,
that the subject matter is within its Jurisdic?
tion. In this case the court clearly had no
power in the premises, for lt was created and
defined by the statute as simply "an Inferior
court for the trial of criminal cases." The |
Judge of that court had only such authority as
was distinctly vested In him by the statute,
which was simply the authority to try crimi?
nal cises and the necessary powers to carry
his authority into effect, but only such power
as ls Incidental to the trial of criminal
cases In - court. Outside of his court?
room he had no more authority than
any other citizen. There was no Indictment
against Mr. McLaughlin; nothing but avery
stupid presentment ol the grand Jury, by,
which they bad made great fools ol themselves.
On this Judge Lee Issued an order to another
officer of tills county to bring certain checks
and deposit them with the clerk of the court.
Those checks were a part ol the records of
the county commissioner's office, and Judge
Lee bad no more right to order them out of
i heir custody than he had to order the money
In the oustody of the couity treasurer to be
deposited with the clerk of his court. If he
had been sitting in court, he would have no
right to issue such an order, because lt was
not in a criminal case. That was the return
made to Judge Lee. Mr. McLaughlin came
Into court, and, through his counsel, said, In
the most respectful language, to the judge,
"You have made a mistake. That order has
been improvidently issued, and I have no au?
thority to comply with lt." Whereupon Judge
Lee Instantly sent Mr. McLaughlin to jail, and
even told the attorney to sit down, and re?
fused to listen to him. He would not attempt j
to characterize such conduct on Judge Lee's
part, but he had no doubt that every man who
heard of the case would very promptly charac?
terize it. Mr. McLaughlin had no right to
obey the order, because the law says that no
checks shall be issued unless there be money
in the county treasury to pay them, and if he
had obeyed the order he could have been In?
dicted and punished lor doing so. He was not
obliged to go to Judge Lee and ask to be re?
lieved from the order, not bound to go to court [
to set aside Judge Lee's foolish orders, and
there was uo law to compel him to do so. He
had no desire to reflect On Judge Lee. He
was a young judge, and very young at the bar.
He had been one of his examiners not more
than a year ago. Thal he should make mis?
takes was not surprising, but when he had
made a mistake he ought to stop and say so.
That was the way all honest men did
when they made ralstakes;'and t hat he advised
Judgs Lee to do.
Solicitor Whipper briefly replied, alter
which Chief Justice Moses rendered hia de?
cision. He said that lt was clear that Mr.
McLaughlin not being a party to any criminal
case before the court, Judge Lee bad no
power to issue the attachment, and was acting
entirely beyond his jurisdiction. He had no
doubt that the Judge had acted without im?
proper motive?? and had simply made a mis?
take; he might himself have made such
mistake a good many years ago, when he was
as young at the bar as Judge Lee. He, there?
fore, ordered that Mr. McLaughlin be dis?
charged from the custody of the sheriff.
The Criminal Court
Was opened by Judge Lee at 9 A. M. yester?
The Juries having failed to agree lu the
caaes? of Joseph Wilson, robbery, and Henry
Wilson, grand larceny, mistrials were ordered
and the cases continued to the next term.
The prisoners were ordered to be discharged
Jerry Coleman was found guilty of assault
A nol. pros, was entered in the case of Ed?
ward Kelly and Victor Delvan, charged with
The names of L. Lut jen and Bernard Mc Man?
ly were stricken from the docket.
M. McLaughlin, arraigned on a charge of
breach of trust and grand larceny, pleaded not
guilty. His ?rial was fixed for this morning.
The court then adjourned.
CITY I.VP Ii O VEMENTS.
The New Building of the Charleston
Exchange-Other Operation? on At.
If any one has an Idea tbat building opera?
tions In Charleston are at a stand-still, lt
would be well lor bim to disabuse his mind of
that impression by a visit to Atlantic wharves,
where wl!i be found a larger number of exten?
sive Improvements in progress than at any
previous time for many months. The most
important of these improvements ls the new
building now being erected for the Charleston
Exchange by Mr. Walter Cade, the well-known
contractor and builder. This Is progressing
rapidly, tbe excavations being now completed
and the foundation walls In mostiplaces above
the surface. The building ls to be of brick,
witb solid foundations three and a half feet
thick, laid in a bed of concrete and navel.
The front building, which will contain the Ex?
change, will be fifty feet square and about
thirty feet high to the eaves. In the rear of this
will be a two story brick building one hundred
feet long and thirty-six .feet wide, which will
be fitted up for committee rooms and offices.
The front or west side of the main building
will contain three Jarge arched doorways with
heavy double doors,- and over these will be
three oval windows with swinging sashes for
the admission ol air and light. On the north
and south side of this building respectively
there will also be one arched door and two
large arched windows, with a smaller oval
window over each, and it will be covered with
a pitch roof, with apertures and slats In the
apex for ventilation. The rear building will
be two stories In height, the lower story being
twelve feet and the upper one ten feet high,
and will have six doors and four windows to
the first floor on each side, and ten windows
to tbe second floor on each side.
Inside the main building will consisto! one
large ball for the purposes of the Exchange,
rblch will be fifty feet square and twenty-three
feet high, with three pilasters on each side, and
an arched and panelled ceiling. The other
building will be divided by a partition across
the centre into lour floe offices, two on each
floor, each measuring fifty by thirty-six feet.
The western office on the first floor has already
been engaged by Messrs. W. K. Ryan and
Motet. Hucbet & Co., and the other by Messrs.
Witte & Co. The western room on the second
floor will probably ba occupied In whole or In
part as a committee room, and the other will
be rented as a business office. This building
ls expected to be completed and ready for Its
tenants by the 1st ol September, and tbe Ex?
change room will be turned over for the use
of its members on about the 1st of October.
In -addition to these buildings a number of |
other improvements are In progress on Atlan?
tic wharf, under the direction ol Mr. H. C.
Robertson, the agent lor this valuable prop?
erty. North Atlantic wharf has been torn up,
the defective timber removed, and a solid and
durable structure of palmetto logs, ballasted
with lmavy stone and with new pier head and
planking, Is being put down in Its place. South
Atlantic wharf bas recently been thoroughly
overhauled lo the same way, and the large
sheds on middle Atlantic wharf have lately
been whitewashed, and are now receiving new
On the corner of North Atlantic wharf and
East Bay, the building formerly occupied by
Messrs. Henry Campsen & Co., ls being adapt?
ed by Mr. Cade lor the use of Messrs. Ravenel
& Holmes, who expect to occupy lt by the
first ol September. On the front of the lot ls
a three-story brick store about sixty feet deep,
and running back from this ls a large brick
warehouse one hundred leet long. These two
buildings are nqw being thrown lnlo one by
the removal of the rear wall of the one first
named and the substitution of brick arches,
which will afford a handsome Blore one hun?
dred and sixty feet deep, well lighted and ven?
THE NEW TORE FRUIT MARKET.
The Dally Bulletin of Monday, July 15,
There ls a gooc1 demand for berries, and a
market for about all the receipts. Other fruits
without Important change. We quote: New ap
oles, good, $3a4 50 per barrel, $la2 20 per crate.
Old Russets $5a6 50 per barrel. Raspberries
GalOc per quat... Cherries Sal 5c per pound.
Currants 7al5o per pound. Gooseberries $3a
$6 per bush. Watermelons $66a75 per 100.
Strawberries 12air,c per quart. Blackberries
14al8c for Wilson's and Lawton's, and Ca8c
for common. Whortleberries $3a5 60 per
THE NE fT YORK VEGETABLE MARKET.
The Dally Bulletin, or Monday, July 15th,
The general market bas ruled quiet to-day,
as usual on Monday, but prices ao not ubow
any essential chances. We quote new
potatoes at $2 26a2 75. Green peas, Long
Island, two bushel bags, 75c. Bermuda onbns,
60ca$l per crate. Green corn $lal 25 per 100.
Southern onions, per bbl, $2 75a3; do, Con?
necticut, $1 per 100 strings. Cucumbers, Jer?
sey, ti per bol, and Long Island $1 25 per 100.
Squash, per basket, 25a37c; do, marrowfat
per bbl, $1 50a2. New turnips $3a$6 per 100
bunches. Cabbages, $4a6 per 100. String
beaus, Long Island, per two bushel bag 75c.
Green onions $4 per 100 bunches. Cauliflow?
ers, $1 76aS per dozen. Southern tomatoes,
$1 per crate; Jersey, $1 26 per basket, and
Long Island, $1 75 per basket.
SENT TO JAIL.-Eliza Williams alias Mary
Hall, who was turned over to Trial Justice O.
R. Levy, on Monday, charged with stealing
some Jewelry and clothing from a gentleman
living In Trumbo'a Court, was found guilty
yesterday, and sent to jail for thirty days.
CRUMBS-A small portion of the quarter?
deck of the steamer St. Helena broke in be?
neath the weight of the crowd during the ex?
cursion of the Irish Volunteer Rifle Club on
Monday night. It created quite a commotion,
but nobody was hurt.
The Lincoln Light Infantry, colored, will
celebrate their second anniversary by a picnic
at Glbbs's farm, on Monday next.
A man accidentally fell into the river from
Market wharf, on Monday nigh!, at the return
ol the moonlight excursionists. He was
promptly pulled out, and escaped uninjured.
A gold watch, lost by a gentleman on the
steamer St. Helena, Monday night, was re?
covered yesterday by Officer May of the de?
Mr. William DeSaussure, a son of Dr. De
Sau98ure, Btruck his head against a sill while
running rapidly down a flight of stairs, at his
father's house, a few days ago, and was seri?
Adam Britton, a colored man, brought a
cart-load of wood' to the elly, yesterday, and
attempted to sell it without a Iloense. His
horse, cart and wood were taken to tbo upper* |
Guardhouse, and await the decision o? the
Mayor this morning.
Hotel Arrlvali-.luly 16.
C. W. Jester, Wilmington, N. C.; H. P.
Oliver, Madison, Ga.; J. P. McBryder Aiken;
Wm. Haas, Savannah; H. 8. Dawley, Balti?
more; J. C. Thomas, New York; Wm. W.
Carter, Savanah; j. G. Tupper, wife and lour
children, Grahamville; Wm. Cooper, Kings
tree, S. C.; T.W.Kennedy, wife and nurse,
Tilman B. Gaines, Columbia; J. Odom, Bon
neau's; J. J. Walton, St. Stephen's, 8. C.; W.
E. Simmons, New York; J. S. McCall, Effing?
ham, 8. C.; John W. Coward, Effingham, 8.
C.; W. L. Lee, Leesville; M. C. Brown, North?
eastern Railroad; John H. Harlee, Barnwell.
^ Meetings This Day.
Stonewall Lodge, K. P., at 8 P. M.
Tyro Lodge, A. P. M., at 8 P. M.
Carolina Independent Boat Club, half-past 8
Wagener Artillery Club, at 8 P. M.
Irish Volunteer Rifle Club, at 8 P. M.
Anetlon Sales Thia Day.
Paul B. Lalane will sell at 10 o'clock, on
I the north side of South Bay. a retail grocery
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
I Btore, clothing, hats, <fec.
William McKay will sell at half-past 10
I o'clock, at his store, furniture, bedding, Ac.
TBK WILMINGTON ANO RUTBKR
A. Writ of'injunction issuer!.
The Wilmington Star of Saturday Bays: "L.
D. Childs, president of the Carolina National
Bank, of Columbia, 8. C., has sued out a writ
ol Injunction bet?re bia honor, Judge G W.
Logan, returnable at Butberiordton on yester?
day, the 12ih instant, restraining the presi?
dent, board ot directors, and others from any
further steps in submitting to a judgment of |
foreclosure of the mortgage on tne Wilming?
ton, Charlotte and Rutherford Railroad, and
that they be required to cali, according to the j
by-laws of said company, a special meeting of J
the stockholders to the end that they may
direct what answer shall be made to any ac?
tion for such loreclosure. The injunction pro?
vides for a reorganization of the company and
that a receiver be appointed by the court to
take charge and control of all the affairs of
the company, with a view of paying off the
Interest due and unpaid and make provision
to pay the same hereafter, pursuant to such
orders as may be made in this cause. It pro?
vides further that an order of Injunction issue
to Judge Onderdonk and the other bondhold?
ers and trustees, who are d?fendants, restrain?
ing them from prosecuting their suit until
GENT'S COATS, PANTS and Panama Hats
cleaned and renewed at Otto S son tag's, dyer,
Wentworth street, near Artesian Well. *
FCBCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co. advertise for
this week a clearlng-out sale of all their Dress
Goods. A reduction as never before has been
made in thia department. julys
FUROHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co. beg to call the
attention of the public to their this day's ad?
DRLSS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS I-Louis Cohen
& Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh Stock of Dress Goods,
Just received, comprising the latest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-live
per cent, below their cost of Importation. A
call 1B respectfully solicited. Louis COHEN A
Co., No. 248 King street mayl6
BDTLDINO MATS RIAL.-An extensive slock
and large variety- of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, ?c., are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his wareroomB,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Pl nek ney street.
The above are all made at his own factory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the
best manufacturers. mch8-fmwlyr
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, $1 60 per dozen. HASEL STREET
FRENCH "PASSEPARTOUT" FRAMES for Card
Photographs, 25 cents each, at Souders Galle?
ries, No. 263 King street. JunlT-lmo
PARCHEESI 1 PARCHEESI I-A royal game oy |
India. Hasel street Bazaar, and East Ba.
News Room. apr20-w
FEATHER DUSTERS, 40 cents each. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. aprl7-w
SOMETHING NEW AND VERY BEAUTIFUL.
The Dolly Varden Albums, Just received, are
handsomer and better finished than the old
lashloned kind, and are just as cheap, at Von
Santen's Bazaar, No. 229 King street.
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS beautifully colored for
26 cents each, at Bonder's Galleries, No. 263
King street_ Junl7-lnto
nie Charleston Cotton, Rice ann Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, I
TUESDAY EVENING, July 16, 1872.1
COTTON.-The Inquiry was only in a limited
way, the market showing dull and easier fea?
tures; sales about no bales, say 80 bales of good
ordinary at 20%c, and 30 bales middling grades
at 22xc $ tb.
RICK.-This grain was lu fslr request at steady
rates ; sales 114 tierces of clean Carolina, say si
ferces at exe, 40 at 1%. 40 at 8c fl lb. We quote
common to fair at 7@7Xc; good 7},@8>?c.
NAVAL STORES.-Receipts 107 bbls spirits tur?
pentine, 102 bbls rosin aud 22 bbls crude turpen?
tine. 1 here was a moderate Inquiry for spirits
turpentine, with sales of 200 bbls at 41@42c, as in
packages. Rosins were quiet, with sales or 300
bbls of Une grades at $5 26 for extra pale, and
$4 25 for pale; also 40 bbls window glass on pri?
vate terms. No transaction I In common rosins
were reported. Grade turpentine may be quoted
at $3 10 for virgin, $2 70 for yellow dip, and
$180 for hard.
FEIIQHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi
aai on uplands, nommai on sea islands; via New
fork, Xd on uplands, Xd on sea Islands; by sall,
nominal on uplands, on sea Islands nomL*u.l.
To Bavre - on uplands. Ooastwiae- to New York
by steam $2 on uplands and - on sea Islands;
$1 60 f. tierce on rice; eoe fl bbl on rosin;
by sall Kc V ft on cotton; - 11 tierce
on rice; 60c ll barrel on rosin; $8 fl M on
lum cor; $10 f Hon Umber. To Boston, by sail
<o V ft on upland cotton ; rosin esc; resawed
stuff $10@10 50; phosphate $&@6 60. To Provi?
dence, by gall $10 ft M on boards, Xe fl ft on
cotton; by steam $1 H bale on New Tork rates.
To Phi ;a; elphin, by steam $2 fi on cotton;
by Ball, $8fl M on boards; $9 50@10 on timber; $8
per ton on clay, and $3a$3 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam xe ? ? by sall, $0 60@7 fl
M on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; $3 26 fl
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are in de?
mand by our merchants to take lumber freights
from Georgetown, S. C., Darlen and Satllla River,
aa., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
and $io@ia fi M are the rates on lumber and
EXCHANGE.-sterling 60 day billa 24X.
DOKB8TIO Exeu ANOS.-Tho banks purchase
sight checks on New York ai par @ x premium,
and sell at X@X premmlnm. Outside they pur?
chase at l-l6@x premium, and sell at 8-168X
marketa by Telegraph.
MONEY MAB EE TS.
LONDON, July ie.
Noon-COHBO;?92K. Bonds 91*.
. - PARIS, July 16.
Koon.-Rentes 64f 20c.
NEW YORK, July ia.
Noon.-Freights flrm Stocks arni. Gold firm,
at 14,',., Money easy. Exchange, long 9X; snort
lox. Governments dull and steady... state bonds
Evening.-Freights very firm. Money easy at
3a4. Sterling dull at 9%. Gold I4*;al4x. Gov?
ernments closed very drm. States dad. Ten?
ne ?ees we ak. New South Carolinas x off.
LIVERPOOL, July is.
- Noon.-Cotton opened dull; uplands loxd, Or?
Later.-Cotton heavy; uplands lOXalOXd, Or?
leans llsJlKd; sales 8000 bales; speculation and
Evening.-Cotton closed unchanged. Yarns
and labrlcs uncbangoa.
NEW YORK, July ie.
Noon.-Cotton quiet; salea 197 bales; uplands
23Xc, orleans 24c.
KvenlDg.-Cotton steady: sales 466 bales; up?
lands 28XC Orleans 2ic.
BOSTON, July ie.
Cotton dull; middlings 24c; net receipts 16
bales; gross ITT ; a^ les loo; stock 9600.
PHILADELPHIA, Joly ie.
i Cotton quiet; middlings 24c.
JJ ALTIMORE, July 16.
Cotton dull; middlings 23\c; gross receipts 79
I bales; sales 50; stock 1069.
NORFOLK, Joly 16.
Cotton dull; low mhldllng 22Xc; net receipts
loe balea; exporta coaMwlie 209; stock 601.
WILMINGTON, July ie.
Cotton qalet and nominal; middlings 24c; net
receipts 21 nales; exports oastwlse 32: sales 8;
SAVANNAH. Joly 16.
Cotton quiet and In light demand; middlings
22Xc: net receipts 69 bales; sales 25; stock 7612.
AUGUSTA, July 16.
Cotton dull and nominal; middlings 22a22Xc;
net receipts 80 bale*; sales 60.
MEMPHIS, July 16.
Cotton quiet; middlings 23Xa23Xc.
MOBILE, July 16.
Cotton nominal; middlings 22c; stock 1536
NEW ORLEANS, Joly 18.
Cotton quiet and little doing; middlings 22%a.
22.V; net receipts 45 bales; gross 66; exports to
Liverpool 2629; sales 72; stock 13,364.
GALVESTON. Jnly 1?.
Cotton nominalr good ordinary 20Xc; net re?
ceipts 3 bales; stock 638.
PROVISIONS AND PRODOCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, Joly 16.
Noon.-BreadstutTs dall. Red winter wheat
12B ld. Corn 27s.
NEW YORK, July 16.
Noon.-Flour quiet and firm. Wheat dull and
heavy. Corn dull and unchanged. Pork steady
at $13 80. Lard quiet, now steam axuS'.'c, old
'Evening.-Southern nour unchanged. Whiskey
steady. Wheat Inactive; winter red $1 60ai 65c.
Corn closed quiet and holders disposed to teallze,
Pork lower and aominal at $13 r>oal3 75. Lard
heavy. Navals quiet. Tallow steady at 82?a9X.
ST. LOUIS, July 16.
Flour steady. Corn dull and unchanged; NO. 2
mixed 40B41C Whiskey steady at 88c. Pork
nominal. Bacon firm oaly on order trade; shoul?
ders exe; clear rib 8xc; clear sides 8Xa8X.
Lard quiet; refined 9c.
LOUISVILLE, July ie.
Tobacco Brm and unchanged; salea 189 ti lids.
Floor dull and unchanged. Corn qalet. Pork
advanced and held at $13. Bacon Armer; shoul?
ders 6c; clear rib 8Xa8Xc; clear aldea 8Xc.
Packed lard flrm; leaf in tierces 9Xc; kegs loxc.
Whiskey steady at 87c.
CINCINNATI, Ju'y ie
Flour in good demand and higher, $7 25a7 60.
Corn in fair demand, si KC. Pork ateady. regu?
lar $12 60; city beld at $14 76al5. Lard flrm,
summer 7 siasc, steam 8Xc, offerings light, kettle
held at 9c. Bacon flrm; shoulders 6c; clear riba
BALTIMORE, July 16.
Flour unchanged. Wheat buoyant, white choice
$186, fair to prime $1 70al 80. Cum strong,
white 8ia83c, veiiow6>a83c. Oats firmer, South?
ern 42a45c. Provisions very strong and buoyant
?nd sales a-e restricted by the flrmoeds or hold
ers. Meas pork $14. Shoulders 7Xc; rio sides 8c;
clear rib exe Whiskey 92X.
New York Rice Market.
NEW YORE, July IA.
The Dally Bulletin says: A limited business has
been done to-day, but the market ls without nota?
ble leal ure beyond a.allght Improvement In Oaro
llnaa.lSalea of SOD bags Rangoon, 175 bags Patna
and 160 caaks Carolinas.
New Yirk Naval Stores Market.
Nsw V ORE, Ju'y 16.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to-day 1363
barrels of roam. The usual saturdays dullness
has pervaded thia market, and the absence of any
save a jobbing demand has weakened the tone;
but prices are not quotably lower. lu spirits tor?
peo'lue the only sale reported was 00 barrels at
47a47Xc Fine grades or roam have been in mod?
erate request for home use, but the export oe.
mand was abut orr by scarcity or freight room
and consequent high rates. Strained quo ed at
$3a3 io. Sales or 450 barrels pale at $4 60a4 76.
and 3 JO barrels pale at $5. Tar dull and steady,
City pitch nominal at $3 25.
Interior Cotton Markets.
ROCK BILL. July l-l.
For the greater part or the weet; the leading
markets have been very depressed and irregular
under continued favorable reports from the grow?
ing crops. Yesterday the appearance or worms
In Alabama was announced, and a better reeling
at once manifested l tc elf. We quote our markes
arm) at|22^c for middling. Sales or the week 6
WILMINGTON, July 15.
SPiRirs TURPENTINE.-Sales or 103 ca9ks at
42c per gallon for southern packages.
ROSIN.-Sales or 2586 bbls at $2 26 for strained,
$3a3 26 for No. 1, $3 60 for extra No l, $4a4 26
for pale, $3 60a4 70 for extra pale, and $e for win?
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Market steady at un
changed Cgurea. Receipts and sales or 638 bbls
at $2 60 for hard, $3 60 for yellow dip, and $3 75
TAR.-9 j bbls sold at market price, but no price
bad been established that we can learn or ac the
time of closing onr evening market. The market
ls dull and buyers have refused to pay the asking
CORN.-A cargo or 1837 bushels sold at 86XC,
free or wharfage-an advance or Xe
Kee el pt s per Railroad, Joly 18.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
113 bales cotton. 48 bales gooda, 181 sacks flour,
5io sacks door, 22 bbls spirits, 123 bbls rosin. To
Railroad Agent, Pelzer, Rodgers & co, Kinsman A
Howell, Oeo U Walter A co, B BlsohotT A co, J N
Robson, Barden A Parker, Chapeau A co, Quack
enbtub, Eutin A co, Burmelster A Zerbst, Wm
Marscher, B O'Neill, Steffens, Werner A Ducker,
Wm Shepherd A co.
6 bales coltan, 40 bbls crude and 91 bbls spir?
its turpentine, 297 bbls rosin, cars of rouen rice,
lumber, mdse, Ac. To Barden A Parker, Whllden
A Jones, EluBman A Howell, C Llebenrood, Mrs
J G Thompson, W E Bee k co, Pelzer, Rodgers &
co, F Klint worth, JOH Clausscn, E Welling,
Railroad Agent, and others.
PD RT VAUCNIiAJL.
New Moon, 6th. l hour, 6 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 18th. 2 hoare, 29 minutes, evening.
Full Moon. 20th, 9 horns, 34 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 27th, 2 hoare, o minuten, morning.
R. ? 8,
CHARLESTON, H. C.JULY 17. 1872.
bat 82 deg 46 min83 sec. | Lon 7f> deg 67 nun 27 sec.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York
left 13th inat. Mdse. To Jaa Adger A co, J E
Adger A co, and others.
Steamship Gull Stream, Hanter, Philadelphia
left Friday. Mdse. To W A Courtenay, Railroad
Agents, H Bul winkle. A M Adger, FC Borner, Dr
H Baer, E S Bamham, G W Bradley, W M Bird A
co, Bollmann Bros, Bium A Miller, J A Blake, Jno
Campsen * co, Jas Cosgrove, Cameron, Barkley
A co. Chase A cuttlno. O Hooper, J C II ClauBStn,
D Fitzgibbon. Howie, Moise A Davis, C D Frauke,
Fraser A DIU, B Feldmann A co, H Gerdts A co,
G ram ann A schwacke, J M Greer A Son, Holmes
A Calder, Ravenel, Holmes A co, A Hunter, J R
Johnson, Holmes's Book House, Jeffords A co. M
Johnson, Kinsman Bros, Dr E H Kellers, steamer
Pilot Boy, H Blatte A co, C L Kornahrena, O J
Lahn, A R Lewtth, G lUecke. Jas Mallooey, Louis
Ortmann, F L O'Neill, O F Pankul=. Ravenel A co,
SnackenbnBh, Estin A co, PF Murray, Steffens,
erner A Ducker, W F Surau, J F Taylor A co,
Tletjen A Laden, A Tiefentcai. J H Voilera, Wag
ener A Mont?es, Walker, Evans A Cogswell, P
Walsh, P Wineman A co, and Order.
Brig Tubal Cain, Stone, Matanzas-3 days. Bal?
last. To Cohen A WellB. [Previously reported at
Jchr Ann S Deas. Garbattl, West Point Mill. 46
tierces rice. To J K Pringle A Son.
Spanish mall steamship Saratoaga, Ochoa, Ha?
vana-J A EUBIOW A co.
Sehr Henry Allen, Tatem, Ballimore via Bruns?
wick, Ga-H F Baker A co.
Spanish steamship Saratoga, ochoa, Havana.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, at New
Torte, J a ly 15.
Steamship Falcon, Hay me, at Baltimore, leth
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, at Baltimore, 14th
MARINE NEWS BY TELEORAPB.
LIVERPOOL, July ie.
Arrived, the A'tna, from New Orleans.
NEW YORK, July lfl.
Arrived, steamships DenmarK and Montreal.
Arrived ont, the Abyssinia.
LIST OF VESSELS
DP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Georgiana, Mann, sailed.Jnne 7
The Duke of Cornwall, Reays, sailed.May 22
The Granton, Duke, up.June 19
Bi bark Architect, Doddridge, Balled.June 2
WEST HARTLEPOOL. XNO.
The Pegaras, Christiansen, cleared.May 16
Br brig Julia Llngley, Pratt, cleared.Jnly 2
Brig Henry A Louise. Hind, cleared.June 28
Sehr Myrover, Brown, up.June 17
Sehr Florence Bailey, Balley, cleared.July 6
Sehr Jonas amlth Hodgkinson, up.July 4
Sctir Eothen. Brantberg, cleared.Joly 1
Sehr Roger Drury, Gage, up.July 4
Sehr Palma, Rankin, up.July o
Sehr Caroline Young, Youngrcleared....June 7
Sehr E R Rommen, Ripley, up.July l
Sehr Ann S Cannon, cutten, cleared.Juty 3
Brig Ai tavela, Cousins, up..June 6
Sehr J H Stickney, Collins, sailed..July 8
Sehr Lewis Ehrmann, Fooks, up.July e
Sehr J W spencer, Thomas, cleared.July 6
Sehr Dr Rogers, Allen, Halie.i .July 1
CD bit nor 5.
VINCENT.-Died, on the morning or July 12,
1872, st Cherry Hill Plantation, Beaufort County,
Huon E. VINCENT, or charleston, S. C., lu the
53d year or his age.
Special Nati ceo.
OF THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS, and very re?
markable scenes of the Great Civil War, will be
exhibited every evening this week, at How?
ard's Hall, No. 188 Meeting street, lew doors below
Calhoun street, at 8 P. M.
Fine Lectures are prepared, aud a 1=0 good
Tickets sold at low rates at the door.
^SB~1RISH VOLUNTEER RIFLE CLUB.
Attend a Regular Meeting THIS EVENING, at
Hibernian Hali, at 8 o'clock.
JAMES A MURRAY,
jolyn Secretary I. V. R. 0.
<3>T0CtTUS, ?iqnora, Kt.
Having removed to No. 318 King street, and
laid in a large stock or WHISKEYS, BRANDY.
GIN, WINE. CIGARS, Ac, we are now prepared
to sell a pure article at very low prices, for cash.
Give us a call and examine onr stock.
BYRNE A FOGARTY, '
Julyl7 No. 318 King street, Opposite Liberty.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE,
No. 310 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO of all kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examino stock before buying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B.-The Wheel of Fortune constantly on
hand, invest 25 cents and try your luck.
f GUYOTS TAR N
CONCENTRATED PROOF LIQUEUR
Mr Guyot has succeeded in depriving tar
of its insupportable sourness and bitterness,
and in rendering it very soluble. Profiting
by this happy discovery, lie prepares a con?
centrated liqueur of tar, which in a small
volume contains a large proportion of the
Guyot'* tar possesses all the advantages of
ordinary tar-water without any of its draw?
backs A glass of excellent tar-water without
any disagreeable taste may be instantaneously
obtained by pouring a teaspoonful into a
glass of water.
Any one can thus prepare his glass of tar
water- at the moment he requires it, thus
economizing time, facilitating carriage and
obviating the disagreeable necessity of hand?
Guvot s tar replaces advantageously se?
veral more or less inactive ptisans in the
treatment of colds, bronchitis, coughs, and
Guyot ? tar 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
OBSTINATE COUGHS *
IRRITATION OF THE CHEST
DISEASES OF THE THROAT
AS A LOTION. - Pure or diluted with a
AFFECTIONS OF THE SKIN
DISEASES OF THE SCALP
Guyot's tar has been tried with the
greatest success in the principal hospitals of
France, Delgium. and Spain. Experience has
proved it to be the most hygienic drink in
time of epidemics.
Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
Dipol in Paria, L. FRERE, i9, rue Jacob.
L Agents In Charleston, DOWiE, MOISE 4
^DAVIS^Wholesale Druggists. ?
THREE MONTHS AFTER DATE AP?
PLICATION win be made to rhe Bank of
Charleston for Renewal of CERTIFICATES OF
STOuK, as follows, viz:
No. 7319, (Twenty one Shares,) dated March
No. 7391, (One Share.) dated March 29,1858.
No. 4376, (Three Shares,) dated February 26,
All standing In the name of Rev. WM. DE HON.
P O E BA \ T I M O B ET
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILT, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
^PfA, TO jtfWt
? PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON,
THE CITIES OP THE NORTHWEST.
The Floe Steamship SEA GULL, Dut-on, Oom
mander, will BAU for Baltimore, on SATURDAY,
20th Joly, at half-past ? o'clock P. M.
ta* Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional Insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Gooda from
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL 0. TRENHOLM, Agent,
lnlyifl-6_xo. 2 Union Wharves.
MEW YORK ANO CHAJU.ESTOP*
The Superior First-class Sldewheel steamship
CHAMPION, R. W. Lockwood. Commander, will
sall from Adger'a South Wharr on SATURDAY, the
20;h instant, ar 6 o'clock P. M , precisely.
ta* The CHAMPION is handsomely and com?
fortably fitted op for passengers, and offers
great Inducements to travellers going North.. .
ta* Marine Insurance by this line One-hAlX
?a- Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence, and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns.
First-class passage $20, which Includes state?
room and meals.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
Joly 16-6 JAMES A DO ER A CO., Agents.
PHLTiADELPHIA IRON 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 and
Charleston, and in alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
co and from all points lo the Cotton States, and
to aod from Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities or the Northwest, Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
ta* The GULF STREAM la appointed to sall
from Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, 19th Joly, at 6
o'clock P. M.
JWThe VIRGINIA will follow.
For particulars or Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. OLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. ia
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
ON WEDNESDiY, JULY 17, AT 2
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-BOOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel steamship
SOOTH CAROLINA. Beckett, Commander, wlU
sall tor New York on WEDNESDAY. July 17th, at 2
o'clock P. M.. from Pier No. 2. Union Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England cities as usual.
insurance by Steamers of this Line X percent.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very fine Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 26 Broad street,
or to WM. A COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
pAOLFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY SEDUCED.
Steamers ot the above line leave rier _rfft*a_
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal SUBK
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or the 16th
and 80th of every month except when these
dates tallon sunday, then the saturday preceding.
All departures connect at Panama wtth steam?
ers tor Sooth Pacific and Central American ports.
Departure of 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falls on
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
No california steamers touch at Havana, bat go
direct from New York to Asplnwall.
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 wharr
root of canal street, North River, New York.
jnly26-lyr_F. R. HABY. Agent,
J4IOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
STEAM COMPAS If
Will dispatch one of their nrst-olass, mil power
iron screw steamships rrom
PIER No. 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. 39 Broadway) $80,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLUM5.; A GUIONi
No. - J Wall street, N. ?.
N. B.-Through Billa Ladlug to Liverpool issuea
.ny the Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above line.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
mave or WM. A. COURTENAY.
pOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain C. r . *~~*-u
0. White, wm receive Freight THIS ?rfSaaMBC
DAY, the nih Instant, at Commercial waarTpSud
leave as above TO-NIGHT, at 9 o'clock.
SH AC K ELFO KI) A KELLY. Agents,
T?^^RB K L Y LT I N E
SAVANNAH, GA.. BEAUFORT, PACIFIC ANO
Captain W. T. MCNELTY,
Will receive Freight at Accommo
tlon wharf, every TUESDAY, and.-,_
leave for above poiots every WEDNESDAY
wo, at 8 o'clock.
Freight received for points on Savannah P.!vcr,
to be transferred to steamer CLYDE, leaving Sa?
vannah every THURSDAY.
consign meats Co care of Agents will be forward?
ed free or storage or Commissions.
For engagements apply to
BAVEN EL; HOLMES A CO.,
may2S-tu No. 177 East Bay.
IN BANKRUPTCY.-NOTICE OF AS
SIGNEE'S APPOINTMENT.-In the District
court or the United States, for the Eastern Dis?
trict of South Carolina.-in the matter of
STEPHEN C. CLYBURN, Bankrupt-in Bank
To whom lt may concern: The undersigned
hereby gives notice of his appointment as As?
signee or STEPHEN C. CLYBURN, Of Camden, la
the County of Kershaw, and State of South Caro?
lina, within said District., who has been adjadgfd
a bankrupt upon his owo petition, by the District
Court of said DlstrlcT.
Dated at Camden, the 13th day of Jone, A. D.
1872. HENRY C. SALMOND,