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Til3 Bsaufort Tribune.
AV. M. FUliNCII ICdltor nnd I'roprielor WEDNESDAY JULY 10, Mr. F- W. Scheper, returned from Ne.v York, last Saturday, having hail the pilot boat F. W. Schepcr, Jr., coppered and painted. Ho reports the heat as indescribable and is glad to get back to j a cooler climate. Robert Smalls, objected in Congress ! a few days ago to the removal of the i United States troops now in this State to Texas, where they arc needed to protect the frontier, so long as colored men | arc shot down as at Hamburg. ShcriiT Wilson took unto himself a wife i In the person or Mi?s M. E. Boyce last j Monday mornfn < and in company with | Mr. J. P. Boyce and wife the happy j couple left for the North. | It is reported that an attempt was made last Sunday night to murder Mr. It. N. Kettles, living near Yemassco After inflicting two blows upon the head of Mr Kettles, who was in bed at the time, the would-be assassin left, 110 doubt tllinWintr ItA linrl ctioonn"Jo/1 infliofi../# " mortal wound, which, fortunately, was not the cose. THK OOVKRNOIt'S VISIT. On Friday morning a meeting was held at the hank and a committee of twelve appointed to receive his Excellency and make such arrangements as they should think best for his entertainment. The committee, accompanied by the band met the Governor at the depot and escorted him to the hotel where rooms had been engaged for hitn. After dinner lie was driven over town by the shenfti, and after his speech he received many of our citizens at his room. A note was,received from Commodore CI it 7. inviting the Governor br visit the licet and on Saturday the Commodore's bnrge and steam launch came up, and his Excellency accompanied' by a dozen or more citizens went down the river. They were cordially received and entertained by the Commodore and his officers, and after an hours chat were shown ovc t'10 ship. The Governor, accompanied hy the Commodore and the most of the party, then visited the monitors Dictator and Catskill. O11 leaving ihe New Hampshire the Governor was honored with a salute of nineteen guns and nil the vessels hoisted the union jack. The party returned just before dark after a very pleasant suil and in the evening a reception was given by the Governor at the hotel. Mr. Chamberlain left tor Columbia on Sunday morning seemingly much pleased with his visit. Tlic Executive committee ot the Dan ocratic party in litis Stuff! met in Columbia last Wednesday, and issued a circular announcing that a convention would lie held in that city, August 15th, to to uunouncc a platform tor the coming campaign, and to nominate candidates ; State officers and presidential electors. Beaufort County will ba entitled to seven delegates,the same numb r as we have representatives m the general as-ioiubly. The ci lmittee recommend that. the con cies ni .ice no nominations until after the 8t te Convention. K. lb Elliott, Esq., hnstulkd aconveu-j tlon of colored men, to uie ;t in Colnm-1 tw'a to morrow, to take action on the recent slaughter in Hamburg, and to consider what steps should bo taken for th?ir protection and vindication. Haywood Grant, was hung in Home, Georgia, on Friday. lie confessed to killing four men, one of whom was Gen. Hindmun, of the confederate army at Helena, Arkansas. The mnoument to Washington, commenced in Washington city some thirty years ago, has stood tor the past quarter of a century in an unfinished dilapidated condition for wunt of money to carry on the work, t he New York Herald, of Thursday, announces that it has received already $2,269 05 towards the construe, tiou ofu monument to Custer. Among the contributors is Mr. Henry Hilton, who sends his check for one thousand dollars. , There is fun ahead in Abbeville coun tyifwcareto credit the prophesies of the Medium which snys in un article 011 the district sehool tax: ''We are stronger / now than wc wore four ycais ago-and our base and hireling oppressois had better hced,the voico of prophecy. Their doom is written all over the political sky and thunderbolts of the people's wrath are just ready to burst upon their impious liende. Wc lmvc lcarifed one lesson ' Resistance to tyrants is obedience to God YT , The mortality in New York lust week, as reported by telegraph," \ws one thousand Jtwo hundred and ninety-eight. This, in the absence of epidemic disease, is a tearful death rate for a city of u million inhabitant*, especially when wc consider that a very large portion of. the permanent population arc absent at this fe amnnt the watering places aud country summer resorts. This startling mortality report Fs, of course, to be attributed to the r extraordinary heat which line prevailedalmost without intnrnptlon during tl??f 1 past three wicks. R r* kxtmj.:-*M^nc^r/uf *m J wun< t^i ???..!?< < ! ( UiiniBijiui.t; (Jiiiicit. icu'.c-i for the North tomorrow to be absent ^ibout two months. * St. Hki.eka Sound. Entered July 10th, Br. Bg. Maggie. Kv nrs master, 22 daysfroiu Para llni7.il, in ballast to Campbell, "Wyllic & Co. Clearedv ?July lltli, from St. Helena Sound, Russian Ilark Aluia, Hiulman, master, for London, with 1,100 tons phosphate Hock from Oak Point mines. ?July 12th, Russian Bark, Rulitinas Audersou master, for London, with 911, tons of Phosphate Rock from Pacillc | mines. ?July 10th, Norwegian Bark, Lorenzo, Kittleieu master, for Aberdeen, Scotland, with 120 tous of Pho-phate Hock, from Coosaw mimes. ?July 12th,IJr. Bark, Maggie Jenkiu", master tor Rolfnst Tri.Un.t n-ifl. km a> ???% * WW IA/UB of Phosphate Rock from Coosaw uiincB, ?July HUh. Br. Barkentinc, ??Iarion j Evans, master, for London, with 620 i tons of Phosphate Rock from Oak Point mines. [ ?July 14th, Br. Barkentinc, Nushka, | Welch, master, for Bristol, England, with | 812 tons of Phosphate, Rock,'from Coosaw mines. ?July 14th, Br. Brig, Empress, Edmunds, master, for Plymouth, Eng. I with 415 tons Phosphate Rock, from j Coosaw mines. Tin: KKIV'S ANI) COUItIKH I'OIl THi: CAMPAIGN. THE Onnvnss now opening is the uio*t important! n which Re people of South Carolina have been engaged since the momentous election of is*Ml. Upon its result depends the weal or woe of the State ami the Union, j TI1E NEWS a*41) COCKIER will, as ever, lie in | the front of Ihc light, sustaining fearlessly and | fnitlifully the candidates of the National Demo! cratie party, and tlie action, whatever it stall be, of the Slate Dcmuciatic Convention. To this we J pledge thu whole power and influence of a journal I which, in the past, has done w lint it could to serve i the interest, and preserve the rights and liberties, of tile people of South Carolina. In order that It may be within the moans of ever.! Democrat in the State to rend THE NEWS and COURIER during the cauvasp, we have established the following campaign iiitce. Free of I'ostitgo anil for Country Subscriber* only, beginning this day and ru iiing to the l-*<lh of November, a period of four months ; DAILY EDITION. 1 Copy $ 2 3d ft Copies 10 otj 10 Copies !7 0 ) Till-WEEKLY EDITION, 1 Copv $1 A". 3 Copies oi 110 Cop c* S 73 WEEKLY EDITION. i caipy .* <) ceil' r j Iu every case the money 'mutt accompany the i order. S^nsrD^.X^ -WOOIO POSSESSES MUCH GBKATKR POWER IN ! Restoring to a healthy state. it never prxluces | fdckncf a. is certain ami speedy tii Ita action. It j if fant fiipeifcdlng every other remedy. Sixty i capsules cure In fix or eight days. No othcr M edict no can do lids. Owing to its great success, many substitutes have been advertised, such as Pastes, Mixtures, Pills, Balsams, etc., all of which have been abaud| oncd I DUNDAB DICK, ?fc Co.'s Soft Capsules contoin| ing Oil of Sandal Wood, sold utall D.ug Stores, j Ask for Circular, <>r send to :>5 A :tT Woostcr Street New Yor>. for one. AUCTION SALE " OF Condemned Stores I INSPECTED AND ( ONDEMXED STORES Will be Fold AT ITUIRC AUCTION, under oflli fstl orders from the Navy Di partment. By JAM SB 11. CROFUT. Goverunient Auctioneer. in mo amn's uu uuj oirvvi, 111 j>eaniori, lon'.roeilclng on SATURDAY, JULY 15th, 1870, At 2 o'clock p. m., anil continuing each Saturday until the entire stock is disposed of. 41 Bbls Mess Beef, 8.SCO Ihn171 Ca?e? Fresh Beef 8.2T6 lbs. 47 Pnekages Navy Ilrend, 4.132 llis. 2J<s Barrels Flonr, <90 !l>s. 1% Barrels Hice, 38.7 lbs. 4 Boxes Coffee, 200 lbs. 8 Barrels Beans, till lb . - 1 Box Tom&toes, 84 lbs. 12 Cans Dessieated Potatoes and Onions. ro*< Yards blue Satinet. CO Yards blue Flannel. G Lbs. sewing Silk. 2 Pair kip Shoes. 0 Tin Cups, 21 I'ni s Scissors 1 Moss Kettto. 11 Kees Pickles. The n ?ove will be sold in small lots to suit purchasers. Butter! Butter!! TIfF. nBH r BUTTER IN TOWN 41 cts Pi'' t,r KINK TABLE BUTTER 40 COOKING 11! 7 l'ER " nt ItOBEBTS. 1776 Centennial 1876 P-RT ROYAL RAILROAD CO. Otllee General Passenger Agent. Augusta, Ua .July 1st, 1876: A FULL LINK OF Centennial Exenrsion Tickets ' At Greatly I'butfosd Hates, arc now on sale via August i, embracing all the popular roiitcst > the North. | For Tickets, and Time Tables showing schedule off the different routes, apply to Paul Hamilton nyont. Heanfort. 8. C. A. M. Hamilton, ngent, Po^l Royal, 8. C T. 8. DAVANT, General Passenger Agent. Augusta, (la. J FOUND ADRIFT. OFF ST. HELENA BAH, A YAWL BOAT, wliicli the owner ?Jn n have h | proving property and paying cXpvnses.A For further particular*, apply to jonn Lutjf.n, K. W. e.or. of Slate and Qner n streets. f'linileiitnn S. ASSESSMENT JfON 187b. Ol'FieE OF THE CoUKTT AUDITOR. ? I Joan fort, s. C., M*jr 22, 1870. ( THE ASSESSMENT FOlt T1IE FISCAL YEAH i 870 will commence on The First Hay of .Julie, ! and continue until the 20th day of July next. | The assessment will be for Personal Property Only, i but those failing to assess land* last year, or who , j have sold or purchased lands siuce the litst assess- ! | J incnt will note said chances on their fcthrus, to i i gather with any changes that may hdte taken I place in the boitndaiics of their lands, consequent oil such sale or purchase, with a statcnlcnt as to 1 Whether said lands so pol.l or put chased is plow Meadow, or wood land. This statement Is necessary in Kvcry Case , where lands have changed hands, and will save j taxpayers nmcli tioahle, as well as conduce to tlie ' correctness of the official record, and greatly facilI hate the payment of taxes. Each I.and Owner must answer the questions on the return is to his i Post Office, In a legible liind, as this will render | cocrs'spondeuce between this ollicc aud taxpayers j easy whenever imptirics arc necessary, j The boundaries of every tract of land must I be given thin ollicc [where the same has not nlI ready been furnished.] so that the Auditor may ] : know the exact locality of every piece of land in the county. [ In making returns gfcat carc must be taken to : have them correct, ns errors in returns invariably ! [when not discoverable in this ollicc] get on the j Tax Duplicate; often proving expensive to tax- < j payers, as well as troublesome to the Auditor. I ' Further noil c will he given in duo time. L. S. LANULEV, County Auditor. To Holders of Count y Checks or Audited Claims, prior lo Nov. 1, 18*3. OrriCE or the County Commissioners, i Deaufort, S. 0., July 10th, IST.'i. f j In accordance with the ptovision of a joint rcso' lution entitled "A joint resolution authorizing the I | County Commissioners of Beaufort county to levy j a special tax," dated April 7tli. Ih73,and an net to amend the same, approved the 2!>th day ol January | A. D. 187-1. scale I proposals will he received at i this oilice from parties holding checks or audited i claims contracted prior to November 1. 1 72, : until Thursday, August 10th, 187(1, at 12 o'clock, >1., at which time said bids will be opened, aud the Board of County Commissioners will draw orders on the Treasurer to the amount of one thousand dollars iu favor of the person or persons who shall have offered the largest per . centum discount oil their checks or audited claims. Proposals must be addressed to Dr. Paul Priteb| ard. Chairman of the Board and endorsed "Pro. ' posnls for settlement of past indebtedness of Beaufort County." P. PRITCI1ARD, It. J. MARTIN, V. S. SCO IT, County Commissioners. 1 TllOS. II. WllEEEEU, C\cik of Hoard. | BAKER & CLARK, | 8UCCKS OllS TO lt.VKKK, YAH, & CI.AKIi, I Cuicrs ami Suiokcrs of Provisions, j WHOLESALE DEALERS IN j FISH, FLOUR, BACON, Butter, Cheese, Lfftcl, Rice, Pork, S;ilt, &c., ALSO ! COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ; 172 Rentlc & 301 & 303 Washington Sts. M:W vokk. I W. K. r.AKB'5. I ' 1 C. A. CLAliK. f fcb. 9-ly. r ; CORBIN. STONE & WILLIAMS. The undersigned have formed a partnership for j Adruirality practice under the above firm name: Cobu.n & Stove, I Jor. M. William*, Charleston, i* Aik-'u. ni.h.3'-lv. , ! I' Ravteiel Jfc Co.. 51. s. Elliott } Charleston. Item: fort, j Beaufort Steam MILL COMPANY. Having put up in their oatabltahmcut a GRIST MM I A-a nrotvirmi ?A fnrnUll fit t h < M h l ?r I l?K t i notice. Grist, Meal and Feed. Tlic highe.-t carh price paid for CORN. Corn Gi'ouutl on Toll. P. M. WHITMAN,! man in mui i BAY STREET, SEAL'FORT S. C.. IlnR Just received from the North a fine a^sojl ' mcnt of poodf? at Northern Prices. ! WEDDING RINGS,$3.00 to f 12.00, SILVER RINGS, 30c. to $1.50, SILVER NAPKIN RINGS, $2.0<T R> $f.00, LADIES GOLD WATCHES, $30 to $.?0. 8 Dai & 1 Day strikiug Clocks, ttl.&U 10 $?. I GENTS GCH.D CHAINS, PINS, RTNGS.SLEBVE j BU FTONS,STUDS, WATCH CHAINS, LADIES GOLD and PLATED JEWELKY, GOLD PENS. AC., AC. Gents' Gold ani Silver Watcbcs. Call and examine before fmfthaalng, and*atiefy yourself you can gave let totwenty-flvc pfrcci.t, roin Cbarleston or Savannah price*. ' HANKING HOUSE | Wm. H. Loekwood, \ Bay St.t Beaufort, S, C. I GOT.I>, AN't> KXCIlANGE on : New York, Savannah, and Cbarleston BOtJOHT AND SOLD. | t%r~Cnl!ectlona made cm any point in the U. S. 1 r^Acronnf received *nhiect to check at ietit *5.?r~rTS?: sv^vr Conant a Emmons. ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH ICE In ntiy quantity Customers nury desire, from their lee House, Hcvcnl 1* ?-?t root. JOHN CONANT, J. A. EMMONS, nov25-2t. S. M. WALLACE, Cotton. Faetovntid GRIST MILLER, | Mliolcali' tlfSler itl Irain, Itniiy, Meal. Feed, Etc.,! HKA 1HLAN I> CO TTON i Bought, Ginned and prepared for market. 1 A<1 valtcen liiade on Conisluciimeats. i Having the best machinery for ginning :otton and grinding corn and meal, he is I prepared to execute all orders on the hoi test possible Hotice. The highest price paid for Cotton and Cornfill I nn rrt.,.,...! f-ll nov25-2S. H. KLATTE & CO. Wholesale Grocers, and OI:AI.ER9 IX Wines, Liquors. Scgars, Tobacco, &c.. 1S5 Knsl liny, CHARLESTON, S. C. Orders from the Country promptly atlended to. 0DELL'S.j fitriTs. can Toys, ca k i:s. A ITS A full assortment of the above consist-' n?r of ORANG ES, LEMONS, YPPLES, DATES, FIGS, BANANAS. Y11 kinds of FRENCH for.feetioncrv. BRAZIL, NUTS? IIICKOItY NUTS, WALNUTS, ALMONDS, PECANS, ICED, FRUIT, SPONGE, POUND inrl pverr .,f f< ? f.-fis ? ? ? ?j .....V,. .11 y,.\ ui,o ui1 iiuimi or made to order. Particular at'cation given to supplying lartics with all necessary articles. i goods useful as well as ornamental cccivcil by every steamer from new | roKK. James Odell New Spring bloods. I take pleasure in announcing to my fuendH nut customer- tlint I have now in my SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK CT? DRY GOODS, IVEIX.nL.IIsTEJbbY And Fancy Goods. CoS91*T!SO of I.ADIES DRESS GOODS, ALPACAS, MUSLINS. PIQUES, WHITE GOODS, etc. A Full Line op GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, iiiuii'ii * iius mm i ouars, Ilmidhvrrliittfs, Hosiery KtiftV, Holts, l*arasols. Fans/ 6li?vcn, Dross trim tilings &? / A Beaatifnl Sioclc of Millinery, AND A T, * i;?. 1: "ATtoij op It KA l>V .M A Diot 1 A >*r? IIN<; AT LOWEST LIVING PlilCES. e. a. senepee. THE SAFETY INKSTAND fKICK. BOe. 73c. mill HM.OO. Over 60.000 Sold. tU'-Wlfl not spill if upset. I'cW points are not fnjured liv it, jy Every ilrop of ink obtained. t^-It is easily clcnneil. f*y~Jii9t what every one wants. For sale by A, Asifr.ET CiiniETzr.nnrt,NEWS AND 8TA.TK7NEUY DEPOT, mJArpfntT, **. cf. F. D. J. LAWRENCE, mi iSB COUNSELLOR IT Ul Beaufort, S. C, f SJ. COOPER J Dry Goods & Millinery STTZMTIMIEIE I have just laid in a large an I>i*y Goodrt* Millinc!t*yt lL DRESSi Notions, l-n1 broideries, Corsets i At prices within tlie reach of all Doiit for (Jet the pla E. PIHLGARE In the building formerly know BEAU1X>RT C nuAiroi >?-&- < The jirojirittor h; ving Hit id -^V_ respectfully solicits the patronag vy who'will, at all times, lind th I delicasies the markets of Charles prepared by experienced cooks* I BEAUFORT Ml I Having opened a shop i:i Beaufort* 1 i j t0ol8 !0 Build and repair all 1 ; both of WOOD unil IRON. Particular at i DESIGNING 011(1 PATTERN A j StkAm Pipe and Fittings Coastaktl Personal attention given to Setting and 1 STEAM BOILER FURNAC IrtfSlmp uc.\t (o Post Offico. j J. A. "NVIIITA SEA ISLAI BAY STREET, BJ this Elegant hot ft. opened in first-ehiss style, 1 calls the attention of the tit ftdvantages offered at this f iToa ling", l^ishii aiid the inducements held 6 in the soittll, 3M TIE NEV " A DOUBLE THREAD 1 fT retain* all the virtue* of the Light-Rlinnin * Tension, which wa* and is the l>c?t in u?e. I'leasr notice our PATENT HAKDEN1 and Stand. Our new and ohl idea*. worked out with br.oul in the busy city ?f Newark, New Jersev, havi p I.KNCK, Minimum of Friction, M.ixiitmm of 1 reached in the Sewing Machine world. TO THIS STATEMENT AN We invite the Attention of tii, especia ebservation. N. B.?All Machine* fully waVr DOMESTIC INov LADIES, USE "DOMES! MB ' . . - ' *% > I?!?! ? ? lllOllllflM "i sSSTjaHfr 2, GOODS, d complete stock ot ClOthiii^ si| JllcllON* ilatM GOODS, ?, Ties, Laces, Hose, etc? c . No troiiljle to show g cc, COOPER'S. OXjTJB. - >, Proprietor, n'nsjthe LITB HOttfe I1\ b*. 4.1. lip li e r.l t Ve 1i n:cd lew li rwtftnrant, ;e of tlie gentlemen of the e table supplied with all ton and Savannah afford* ? .CHINE SHOP. aitt prepared with the latest impri rinds of Machinery || tcnt'on given to IAKINQ for NKW WORK y On Hand, at Northern Pit Constructing :ES for SAVING FUEL fAN, Mechanical Engineer. STD HOTE I EAUFORT, 3. C, L having been refitted and :he proprietor respectfully H ivelmg public to tl*e many avorite l'esoi't ten* and Hunts' ut to those seeking he iIES ODELL. Proprietor 'DOMESTIC,** .OCK-STTTOH MACHINE 2 "DOMESTIC.'' including the Aafomit: ' -D COMICAL HEARINGS en >K)th the Irfach new Machinery and Tool* at tmr own tnev.-r. ivetr 11* a eihndani nf MKCflANfCAJL KjpC i.. ? >iir..Uluy, and ran);* of WuA, never hereto' [D THE MACHINE ITSELF .11 y tSoee having, high meelxmicai ehiH Mtea. SEWING t York unit ric PAPER FASHIONS