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Rettstloua: Services forTo-Morrow, S
day. August 4,187?.
Christ Church-Rutledge avenue, above
street-5.30 P. M. Evening Prayer. Ber
by Rev. J. Mercier Green, rector. Sun
BCboul at 4 P. M.
Church of the Holy Communion-ooru
Ashley and Cannon streets-10 30 A. M. M
lng Prayer. Sermon by Rev. A. Toomer
ter. rector. Evening Prayer at 6.30 P. M.
Grace Church-Wentworth street,
Glebe-10.S0 A. M. Morains Prayer,
mon by Rev. J. Mercier Green. Eve
Prayer at 6.30 P. M. 8unday-school at 9 i
BL John's Chapel-corner of Amherst
Hanover streets-10.30 A. M. Morning Pn
Sermon by-; Evening Prayer at 5 I
8L Luke's Church-corner of Elizabeth
Charlotte streeia-10 30 A. M. Mor
Prayer. Sermon by Rev. William O. Prec
rector. Evening Prayer and Sermon at
M. Sunday school at 9 A. M.
BL Mlohael's Church-corner of Broad
Meeting streets-10.30 A. M. Morning Pra
Sermon by Kev. R. 3. Trapler, rector. 1
nlng Prayer at 6.30 P. M. .
8L Paul'-? Charon -Coming, near wai
street-10 30 A. M. Morning Prayer. Sen
by Rev. James H. Elliott, rector. Evei
Prayer at 6 P. M.
BL Philip's Church-Church street, betw
Queen and Cumberland-10.30 A. M. Mon
Prayer. Sermon oy Rev. John Johnson.
Blatant minister. Evening Prayer at 6.30 F
BL Stf phyn's Free Cnurch-Anson au
between Society and George-10.30 A.
Morning Prayer. Service at 6.30 P. M.
ROMAN- CATHOLIC, ; .
Cathedral Chapel-Queen street, oppc
Archdale- Rev. Daniel J. Quigley, pa
Rev. H. P. Northrop, assistant. Low Mai
7 and 9 A.M. High Mass at 10.30 A. M. 1
pers and Benediction at 5 P. M. Sum
school at 9 A. M.
8L Joseph's Church-Anson; street, r
George-Rev. C. J. Croehan, pastor. I
- Mass at 7 A. M. High Mass at 10.30 A.
Vespers and Benediction at 7.30 P. M. ?
day-school at 9 A. M.
SL Mary's Church-Hasel street, near Kin
Bev. C. B. Northrop, pastor. Low Mass t
A. M. High Mass at 10.30 A. M. Sund
school at 9 A. M. . ? ? ,
BL Patrick's Church-corner of Badcl
and BL Phillp streets-Rev. John Moore,
D., pastor; Rev. S. Carew, assistant. L
Haas at 7 and 9 A. M. High Mass at 10.30
M. Vespers and Benediction at 5 P. M. 8
day-sohoOl at 9 A. M.
Mass will be celebrated on Sullivan's I ali
at 7 A. M.
First Church-corner of Meeting and Tn
? streets. No services.
Second Church-corner of Meeting and Cl
lotte streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.. by R
G. B. Brackett, pastor. Sunday-school at ;
Central Church-Meeline streeL neal Si
ety. . Sermon at 10.30 A. M.. by Rev. W
Dana, D. D., pastor, and at 4 P. M.
Glebe street Church-Glebe street, n
Wentworth. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by B
J. L. Glrardean, D. D., pastor.
Bethel Church-corner of Pitt and Calhc
streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Rev.
M. Ohrletzbersr, pastor, and at 5 P. M. St
day-school at 9 A. M.
Spring Street Church-corner of Spring a
Coming streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.,
Bev. J. T. Wightman, and In the evening
8 o'clock. Snnday-Bchool at 4 P. M.
Trinity Church-corner Basel street a:
Malden lane. Sermon at 10.30 A. M..
Ber.B.D.Smart Sunday-school at4.30 P.;
SL Matthew's (German) Evangelical Chur
-King street, near Vanderhorst. Sermon
10.30 A. M. by Rev. L. Muller, pastor, and
A P. M. Sunday-School at 9 A. M.
BL John's Evangelical Church-corner Arc
dale and Clifford streets. Sermon at 10.30 ;
M. by Bev. T. W. Dosh, pastor, and at 6 P. I
Sunday-school at 4.30 P. M.
Wentworth Street Church. Sermon at 10.
A. M. by Rev. W. 8. Bowman, pastor, ai
at 6 P. M. Sunday-school at 8.46 A. M.
Citadel Square Church-corner of Mee tit
and Henrietta streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. tl
by Bev. Dr. Winkler. Sunday-school at 9 i
M. No service in the afternoon.
First Baptist Church-Church street, b(
tween Tradd and Water. Sermon by Rev. I
H. Bhnck, pastor, at 6 P. M. Bunday-Schoi
at 9 A. M.
Circular Church-Meeting street, betwee
Qneen and Cumberland. Sermon at 10.30 A
M. by Rey. W. E. Adams, pastor, and at
' FRENCH PROTESTANT.
Huguenot Church-corner of Queen an
Church streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M. b
Bev. C. 8. Vedder, pastor, and at 6 P. M. Sue
day School after morning service.
Unitarian Church -Archdale Btreet, betwee:
Queen and Clifford. Services at 10.30 A. M.
Mariners' Church-Church street, betweei
?ater street and Stol l's alley. Sermon at 10,S
M. by Rev. W. B. Yates, chaplain.
Orphannouse Ctiapel- Vanderi'orst street
between King and St. Phillp streets. Sermoi
at 6 ?. M. hy Bev. R. D. Smart.
Death of Kev. Joan H. Bocock, Dv D.
This distinguished clergyman of the Presby
terian Cnurch died In Lexington on the nighi
o? the 18th ultimo. He was fifty-nine yean
old last January. For nearly a year he and blt
family have resided in Lexington, but hie
health has been sn oh as to forbid his appearing
In public Two years ago, being then pastor
of the Presby terian Church In Fiocastle, in the
midst of his useful labors he was stricken
with paralysis, which shattered his physical
frame, rendered ?peech difficult and greatly
impaired bis Intellect. Dr. Booook leaves a
widow and four children-three sons anda
daughter. The oldest son is a student ol
Washington and Lee University.
The Services at Christ Church.
As will be seen by reference to our religious
calendar the services In this church, which
have now been regularly re-established, will
oe continued to-morrow at half-past 5 P. M.,
the Bey". J. Mercier Green, rector, officiating
-? at evening prayer and preaching a sermon.
The Sunday-school will also be reorganized
to-morrow afternoon at four o'clock, and win
hereafter be regularly maintained. The seats
in this church are entirely free, an ?I all per?
sons are cordially Invited to attend. Parents
of aU denominations are also respect
lolly urged to send their children to the
Sunday-school which is to be conducted on
non-sectarian principles, and which promises
tobe made one ot the most Interesting and
attractive Sunday-schools in this city. The
gentlemen who are engaged In the re-esta?
blishment ot this church are among the most
earnest and eaergetlc young meu of the com?
munity, and they admit of no such word as
fal) In their vocabulary. They are certainly
entitled to great credit for their unselfish en?
terprise In this direction, and they have now
ever/prospect of a complete and gratifying
success In their undertaking.
Miscellaneous Notes and Gossip.
-The Baptist Church In Edgefleld has a new
-The Methodists of Greenville are building
a new church.
-An interesting Sunday school convention
1B In progress at Dry Creek, Edgefleld County.
-The First Baptist Church of this city has
licensed and ordained the Bev. Boyeo Tupper
to preach the Gospel.
- -The Bev. C. Benn ls to preach hereafter In
the Lexington Methodist Church on the first
Sunday In each month, and. the Bev. L. C.
Loyal on the second Sunday.
-Bev. Mr. Lindsay, pastor of the Barnwell '
Baptist Church, has been given a month's
leave of absence, and is rnsticatlng at Green- ;
-A camp-meetlng for the Sumter Circuit t
commenced last Weanesday evening at Pro- 1
vldenoe,8umter County. Rey. Me88rs H1" t
Carlisle and others are in attendance. ?
-A temperance division was formed In
Barnwell last Monday evening, with twenty
six members and a lull Hst of officers. It will
meet every Thursday evening.
-Durlng-no year since the war have Bap?
tist colleges produced such a crop of D. D.'s as
they have done this year. East, West, North
and Souih, the crop ls plentiful.
-Newberry Division Sons ot Temperance
had a picnic and public celebration last Wed?
nesday. Professor Carlisle and Bev. Mr. Mey
nardle were among the speakers.
-The Presbytery ot South Carolina has
appointed commissioners to visit each of the
fifty-six churches belonging to the Presbytery,
and report upon their condition.
-The Bev. John H. Robinson, for many
yearB an itinerant Methodist preacher in
Horry County, died, at his residence, In Ogle?
thorpe, Ga., on ihe 13th ult.
-The ladies of the Working Society of the
Greenville Baptist Church are giving enjoya?
ble and lucrative Ice-cream sociables, for the
benefit of the church, on Tuesday and Friday
evenlogs ol' each week.
-The annual Sunday-school convention o?
the South Carolina Presbytery was begun in
the Presbyterian Church of Laurens last Thurs?
day, and will continue until to-morrow eve?
-Bev. Wm. M. Beer'i has tendered his resig?
nation as pastor of the Mount Zion Church, in
Sumter County. He was a member ot the
first class that graduated at tbe Theological
Seminary in Columbia.
-The ladies of the Aiken Baptist congrega?
tion propose holding an ice-cream festival at
the town hall on Wednesday, August 7. It
will be under the management of Miss Phillips
and Mr?. M a nil.
-A convention of delegates from all the
Methodist Sunday-schools In Darlington, In
both Darlington and Timmonsvllle circuits,
has been calied for the 23d of August, at 10
o'clock A. M., at Darlington Courthouse.
-The Rev. E. T. Wlnkler will officiate at the
Citadel Square Baptist Church for the last
time to morrow. He leaves on Wednesday
next for Marlon, Alabama, to take charge of
the Baptist Church at that place.
-Rev. J. T. Mc Bryde, of Aiken, has accepted
the temporary call of the Selma, Alabama,
Presbyterian Church, lo fill the pulpit during
a lengthy absence of their pastor, Rev. J. T.
Lowrie, and left Aiken for Selma a few days
-A union Sunday-school picnic was held
near Rich Hill, Chester County, on the 25th
ult,, and addressed by Rev. Messrs. Brice,
Griffith, Boyd and Saye, of the Associate Re?
formed, Baptist, Methodist and Presbyterian
-A Methodist protracted meeting was be?
gun at Olio Church, Marlboro' County, on Fri?
day, the 19th ult., and continued until Friday,
the 26th ult. Bev. Messrs. Stoll, Hamer,
Adams and Wilson were In attendance, and a
number of accessions made to the church.
Meetings This Day.
School Commissioners of Charleston Coun?
ty, at 9 A. M.
Typographical Society, at hall-past 8 P. M.
THE SOUTHERN DENTAL ASSOCIATION.-Dr.
Thomas J. Moore, of Columbia, IB elected vice
president of the Southern Dental Association.
SALE OF BINK OF CHARLESTON STOCK-J.
Drayton Ford Bold fifty shares Bank of
Charleston stock yesterday, at nineteen aod
nineteen and a quarter cents on the dollar.
RESPITED.-Sheriff Mackey received a noti?
fication Thursday evening from Governor
Scott granting a respite of four weeks for
Bama Washington, who was sentenced m
June last to be hung yesterday for- infanticide.
NORTHERS SENTIMENT FOR GREELET.-A
prominent Charleston banker, now sojourn?
ing at Saratoga, cays In a private letter: "The
people of the North 'talk as if the Liberal
movement will. sweep the country like an
avalanche. Out of nine Radical lawyers at
this hotel (Congress Hall) I am told that
eight support Greeley."
Loos Oar FOR SWINDLERS.-Several colored
women bave lately hit upon an Ingenious plan
ol swindling the community. One will take,
say, four chickens, worth, as a lot, abont sev?
enty-five cents, and, having chosen a house,
represent that the gentleman of that house
ha?ordered ihe chickens and desires his wife
to pay one dollar and a quarter for the same.
Of course, when the gentleman getB home be
is dissatisfied with the bargain.
CROPS ta CHRISTCHURCH.-Mr. L. F. Glover,
who owns a fine plantation on tho George?
town road, about two miles from Mount
Pleasant, yesterday sent to this office a few
bolls of Bea island cotton from his place which
are opening very rapidly, and bearing a very
fine quality of ' te staple. Mr. L. P. Smith,
another extensive planter of Christ Church
Parish, reports that the cotton crop has been
suffering severely from the continued ?ry
weather, but was greatly refreshed by the
rain of yesterday afternoon, and be thinks that
with a succession of such showers for a few
days or weeks to come the planters will fully
realize their expectations aa to the crop.
CLOSING OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.-The pab?
ilo schools of the city were closed yesterday.
Though there was no formal examination, the
event was celebrated with singing and r?cita?
tions by the scholars of the varions schools.
At the 8t. Philip's Btreet school, H. P. Archer,
Esq., principal, a number of prizes contributed
by che teaohers were presented to the most
proficient scholars by G. L. Buist, Esq., com?
missioner, with appropriate remarks. At the
Normal School, two young ladles who during
the past session have kindly performed upon
the piano for the beneQt or the Behool were
each presented with au elegantly bound vol?
ume ot poems, as a testimonial of appreciation
ot their services.
CRUMBS.--The Irish Rifle Club will go on a
moonlight excursion around the harbor on the
night of the 20th Instant.
The singular spectacle of raised umbrellas
In a street car was witnessed in front of the
Pavilion Hotel during the rain yesterday after?
Our Camden correspondent has seen a corn
stalk sixteen and a halt feet hieb, grown on
the plantation of W. L. Arthur. It was grown
The old tile roof upon the store of Messrs.
Wagener <fc Monseee, at the corner of Queen
and East Bay streets, has been taken off,
and its place will be supplied by a new one of
ARREST OF SUPPOSED THIEVES.-William
Mackey, colored, who delight9 in several
aliases, was arrested Thuraday, on suspicion
of having beca connected with the robbery
lately committed at Mr. Bischoff's residence,
In Hampstead. The pants he wore at the time
rt his arrest have been identified as a pair
Holen from that gentleman. He win be heard
About daylight on Thursday morning, Mr.
?. Q. Pinckney, living in Church street, was
.obbed of several pieces of silver and other
inicies. Yesterday a colored youth, Joseph
fevers, supposed to have been implicated In ?
be affair, was arrested by tjie detectives. He :
rill have a hearing to day. j
THE HEAT YESTERDAY.
The range of the thermometer yesterday, at
Lhe drug store of Mr. Joseph Blackmail, on
the south s!Je ol Broad street, was as follows:
3 A. M., 88; 10 A. M., 89; 12 M., 92; 2 P. M., 89;
I P. M., 86; 6 P. M., 82; 8 P. M., 82.
Mr. J. E. Evans, the observer of the TJalted
Slates Signal Service In this city, furnishes
the iollowlog meteorological report ior the
month of July: Highest daily mean of the bar?
ometer, July 9tb, 30178 degrees; lowest dally
mean, July 27th, 29.952 degrees; monthly
mean 30.056 degrees. Highest daily mean of
the thermometer, July 27th, 87 degrees; low?
est daily mean, July 7th, 82 degrees; monthly
mean 84.1 degrees. The total rainfall for the
month was 2.30 Inches; the prevailing wind
was southwest, and the number of miles trav?
elled by the wind was 4167.
INQUEST.-Coroner Tait held an inquest yes?
terday over the body of James Bussell, the
colored boy who vms drowned in the pond at
at the foot ol Queen Btreet, the evening be?
fore. The evidence developed the fact that
the boy could not swim, and had unintention?
ally got Into deep water. A verdict of acci?
dental drowning was rendered.
POSTPONED.-The case of the State auditor
VB. the State treasurer, known as the revenue
bond scrip case, which was to have been
argued before Judge Melton on Thursday, has
been again postponed, as counsel on one part
were not entirely ready to proceed. It is un?
derstood the case will be called next week,
and then perhaps proceeded with.
HYDROPHOBIA. - An unfortunate cur iell
down In a flt yesterday, while following his
master up Meeting street. After kicking on
the ground ior a lew minutes, he jumped up
and ran into the vacant lot on the west Bide
of the street, next south of White's Marble
Works, and there kept galloping around, with
eyes fixed upon the heavens. Several shots
were fired at bim without effect, but a police?
man chased him into a corner and dispatched
bim with his club. A large crowd assembled
upon the sidewalk outside the fence, and made
a ridiculous scene by breaking whenever the
1 dog approached in that direction.
A BEMARKABLE PHENOMENON.-Our city was
I visited by a shower ol rain, about four o'clock
yesterday afternoon, which flooded the streets
In the central part, while it did not lay the
dust in the upper portion. A hundred yards
above Mary street a pedestrian would not
have been Inconvenienced by the want of an
umbrella, but at the same dislance below be
would have been drenched in ihre? minutes.
Nor was there a much greater fall below
Broad Btreet; a gentleman living on South
Battery shut the water from his els'ern and
placed a basin under the gutter. The water
that came from the shed was not enough to
fill the basin. _
THE STEAMER WATER LILT_Until further
notice, the steamer Water Lily will make only
one trip per week to Edlsto, leaving the elly
every Wednesday and returning on Thurs?
days. See advertisement In another column.
THE COUPONS AND INTEREST on Registered
Bonds, due August 15, of First Mortgage
Eight Per Cent. Gold Bonds ol the St. Joseph
and Denver City Railroad Company will be
paid by the Farmers' Loan and Trust Compa?
ny of New York. Messrs. Tanner & Co., ll
Wall street, New York, are the agents for the
sale of these BondB.
FRUIT AND SUPPLIES FOR SULLIVAN'S ISL?
AND.-Ur. Wm. Hunt, the enterprising Market
street dealer in country produce, ls now
making arrangements te supply the Sullivan's
Islanders with the choicest peaches, water?
melons and other fruit, as well as poultry,
eggs, Ac, all at city prices. This will be a
great accommodation to our friends who are
taking life easy by the Bad sea waves.
NOTICE.-Previous to removal to our new
store, No. 275 King street, Browning's old
Dry Goods stand, we will close out all of our
present stock at extremely low prices.
F enc H G OTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
DRESS GOODS 1 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-five
per cent below their ccst of Importation. A
call ls respectfully solicited. Louis COHEN &
Co., No. 248 King street. may 16
NOTICE.-Previous to removal to our new
store, No. 276 King Btreet, Browning's old
Dry Goods stand, we will close out all of our
present stock at extremely low prices
FuRCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have Just re?
ceived one thousand boxes, each containing
one quire of fine Note Paper and Envelopes
to match, (without Initial,) also Penholder
and Pen. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
PICNIC AND EXCURSION PARTIBS will COHBUI
their Interests by calling at THE NEWS JOB
OFFICE, when printed tickets or posters are
LAWYERS can have their Briels printed In
any style desired, at Bhort notice, at THE NEWS
NOTICE.-Gr??t reduction In prices of Dry
Goods at Stol!, Webb <fc Co., No. 297 King
Btreet. The subscribers respectfully inform
their friends and customers that they will
offer their entire stock of goods at greatly re?
duced prices for the next thirty days in order
to make room for Fall Goods. We solicit a
call before purchasing elsewhere. Respect?
fully, STOLL, WEBB & Co. July23-tuths6
LoxocLOTHS.-Call at Stoll, Webb & Co.,
No. 287 King street and see their 4-4 Long
cloths at 12J, 15,16$, 20 cents. Also, one case
New Prints, fast colors. One case 10-4 Spreads
at $1 25. One c??se 12-4 super Spreads at $2 50.
CHEAP WHITE GOODS at Stoll, Webb & Co.,
No. 287 King street. Super Plaid and Striped
Nainsooks at 20 and 25 cents. Bordered and
Striped Victoria Lawns at 35 cents, worth 60.
4-4 Nainsooks 20, 25, 30 cents. Super White
Brllllantes at 25 and 30 cents. White Piques
at 25, 30,35 cents. July23 tuthsG
CHROMOS.-To ciose out the balance of our
atocle, will sell framed Chromos from 40c. to
$1 each. Hasel Btreet Bazaar.
DRESS GOODS AT STOLL, WEBB & Co.-Three
thousand yards more of those super Bareges
and Japanese at 12$ cents, worth 25. 3000
yards at 6 yards for fl. 1000 yards 4-4
Eogll8h Cambrics at 6 yards for $1.
VERY CHEAP.-A Handsome Box, contain?
ing One Quire Initial Note Paper, Twenty-four
Initial Envelopes, a Penholder and Pen, for
only twenty-five cents, at Von Santen's Ba?
zaar, No. 229 King street, next Academy ol
CROQUET SEASON',-We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at |3 25. HASEL
BTREET BAZAAR. apr27-stuth
BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, at IO cents
each, at Yon Santen's, No. 229 King street,
PLATING CAROB, hrholes?le and retail, very
cheap, at Von SanUn's, No. 229 King street.
To BUSINESS MEII.-Save your money by j
purcbaalng your Blank Books at the East
Bay News Boom. decMs
YOUNG MBN, TABS NOTIOB.-Base Balls and
Bats-cheaper than the cheapest. HASEL J
STREET BAZAAR. apr20-s
HEICBEL.-Died, on Tuesday morcing, July
3 'th, 1872, Mrs. JOHAINA W. HEICHSL, aged sixty
one years, six monist and flf eeo days.
Divine Service at htif-paat IO o'clock A. M. TO?
MORROW. Sabbath-ashtol at 4 o'clock, and at 8
o'clock in the evening the second ot a brief
Series of Discourses DU the Lire or Jesna. Sab
ject-"The First Year of the Ministry of Jesus,"
by the Pastor, Bev. j. T. WIGHTMAN.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.-THE
Congregation are Invited to attend TO-HORBOW
MORNING Service at the 'Citadel Square Church.
Divine Service may be expected in the Afternoon
at 5 o'ol.ck, by the Pastor, Rev. L. H. SHUCK.
^**THE MARINERS' CHURCH WILL
be open for Divine Service every SABBATH MORN?
ING, at half-past io o'clock, corner of Church and
Water streets, Kev. W. B. YATES, officiating.
^?FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
On account of the oontlnued Indisposition of the
Pastor, there win bs no service In this Church to?
morrow. The Sunday-school in connection with
the same will also be closed. aug a
wmuKitciAJt ms H's.
PHILADIWHIA - steamship. Gulf Stream -14
bates cotton, loi bahs domestics, 104 tierces rice,
9:i obis naval stores, iso tons old metal, 21,100
feet lumber, and 418pkgs sundries.
Th? Charleston Cotton, Rice and Narai
Orrios CHARLESTON NEWS, 1
FRIOAY EVENING, August a, 1873. 1
COTTON.-With some improvement in the New
York telegrams the market ha t a better tone
with a fair inquiry; sales about 200 bales, say 8 at
16, G ac 15*, 2D at 17*, 35 at 18, 101 at 19, 17 at
19*; middling grades selling at 19 j * th.
Rios.-Thli grain was held flrmly; sales 83
tierces clean Carolina at 7*c f) lb. we quote:
Common to fair at 7@7*; good 7 *@8*c.
NAVAL STORBJ.-Receipts 104 bb s spirits tur.
pentlne, 624 bbls roita and 31 bbls erode turpen?
tine. There was a good demand for rosins,
which slowed a firm character, with sales of
about 2600 bbls at full former prices.
KBS io OTB.-To Liverpool, ny steam direct, nomi
talon uplands, nominal on sea islands; via New
fork, *d on uplands, xd on sea Islands; by sall,
nominal oa uplands, on sea Islands nominal.
To Havre - on uplands. Coast wise-to New York
I ny i team $2 on upland * and - on sea islands;
$1 eo lt tierce on noe; soo * bbl on rosin;
oy sall Ko T flt on cotton; - f> tierce
on rice; Mo H barrel on rosin; $8 ? H 00
tanner; $10?HODumber. To Boston, by Bau,
ic V m on upland cotton; rosin eso; resawed
stuff $io@io 60; phosphate $6@6 60. To Provi
lenee, by sall $10 fi Mon boards,J?c V Bs on
tatton; by steam $1 ? bale on New York rates,
ro Philadelphia, by steam $3 V on cotton;
oy Bau, MP M on boards; $9 so@io on timber; $8
ser ton en day, and I8a$8 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by ?team %c 9 a by sall, $8 60@7 ?
If on boards; $S@B 60 on timber; $8 26 ?
on on phosphate rock. Vessels are in de
nand by our merchants to take lamber freights
rom Georgetown, s. C., narien and Saul:a River,
ia?, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
.nd $io?ia v M are the rates on mm bor and
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day billa 24\.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase*
ught checks oo New York at par ? * premium,
and sell at *@* premmlnm. Outside they par
chase at 1-16@* premium, and sell at 3-ieg*
Markets- by Telegraph.
Noon.-Consols 92*. Bonds 90*.
Evening.-Consols 92*. Bonds 91*.
PARIS, August 2.
Noon.-Specie increased 16,600,000 francs.
FRANKFORT, August 2.
NEW YORK, August 2.
Noon.-Freights dnlL Stocks better, bat quiet.
Quid firm at 16*. Money easy at 3. Exchange
long OX; short 10*. Governments dall. State
bonds dall and steady.
Evening.-Freights dnll and lower. Money
fluctuated and closing at 3. Sterling quiet, Gold
strong at I6*ai6* Governments * to * lower,
states barely steady.
" " LIVERPOOL, August 2.
Noon.-Cotton opened qilet and steady : up?
lands 0*d, Orleans IOU; saies 10,000 bales, sales o;
tho week 77,000; export ll.Onu; speculation 9000;
stock 086 ooo; American 28.',u o; export r.r the
week 78,o0u; american ,9,ooo; actual export 6000;
afloat 240 ooo; American 24 ooo.
Later.-cotton Armer; sates 10,000 bales; specu
ailon and export 2000.
Evening.-cotton closed unchanged. Yarns
and fabrics tending downward.
NEW YOBS, August 2.
Noon.-Cotton Arm; uplands 2i*c, Orleaas
21 *c; salCB 1100 bales.
?vening.-Ootton steady; sales 2162 bales; up?
land* 2l*a21*. Sales of futures to-day 8600
bales, as follows: August, 20*. 20*; september,
20*, 2J*; October. 19*, 19*; November, 181M6.
18X; December, 18 716,18*.
BOSTON, August 2.
Cotton strong; middlings 22c; gross receipts 64
balea; sales 200; stotts 9000; weekly net receipts
183; gross892; sales 100; exports to Great Britain
PHILADELPHIA, AUgtrft 2.
Cotton steady; middlings 2i*a22c; weekly
gross receipts 6u8 bales; net receipts 15.
BALTIMORE, Augnst 2.
Cottcn firm; middlings21*c; gross receipts292.
bales; exports coastwise6; sales 120; stock noa;
weekiy gross receipts 450; exports coastwise 886;
NORFOLK, August 2.
Cotton dall; low middlings 20o; net receipts 15
bales; exports coastwise 8; stock 428; weekly
net receipts 216; exports coaatwt>e 437.
WILMINGTON, August 2.
Cotton quiet; middlings 20*c; exports coast?
wise 21 ba ea; sales S; stock 8a9; weekly exports
coas twite 217; salea 80.
SAVANNAH, Angus: 2.
Cotton quiet and In light demand; middlings
20u; net receipts 44 bales; exports coastwise 63;
sales 6; stock 1498; weekly net receipts 397; groas
receipts 897; exports coastwise soi; sales 66.
AUGUSTA, August 2.
Cotton quiet; middlings I9*c; nee receipts 13
bales; sales ll; stock 1871, 4087; stock 1872, 38.
Cotton nominal; middlings 2i*c; weekly re?
ceipts 20 bales; shipments so J; stoct: 445
COLUMBUS, August 2.
Cotton dnll; weekly receipts lu bales; shipments
25; stock m 1871, 1785; In 1872, 218
NASHVILLE, August 1.
Co;ion unsettled; low middlings I8*al9c;
weekly shipments 81 bales; stock 953.
MEMPHIS, August 2.
Cotton firmer; middlings 20*a2lc; receipts 32
balrs; shipments 431; stock in 1871, 4376: In 1872,
8207; weekly net receipts 212; gross 926; sales
1200; shipments 026.
MONTGOMERY, August 2.
Cotton-weekly receipts 18 bales; shipments 32;
Stock of 1871, 1880; 1872, 877.
SELMA, August 2.
Cotton-weekly receipts 1 bale; shipments 16;
StOCt o? 1871, 780; 1872, 96.
MOBILE, August 2.
Cotton dall and nominal; middlings nominal;
net receipts 4 bales; gross 80; exports coastwise
143; stuck 880; weekiy recipts20; gross 96; ex?
ports coastwise 143; sales 66.
NEW ORLEANS, Augnst 2.
Cotton dnll and nothing doing; low middlings
19*c; net receipts 60 bales; gross 60; exports
coastwise 5; sales 18; stock 8693; weekly nee re?
ceipts 334; gross 335; exports coastwUe 539; gross
GALVESTON Augnst 2.
Cotton nominal; good ordinary 19*c; net re?
ceipts 12 bales; stock 367.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LONDON, August 2.
Evening.-Turpentine 821883 9J. Rosin 16al8a.
Sugar afloat 28B.
LIVERPOOL, August 2.
Evening.-Short ribs 9a. Red winter wheat
Ils sd. Flour 26a2Ti. Oom 27aa27s 3d. Pork
. NBW YORK, Angnst 2.
Noon.-Flour quiet and firm. Wheat steady.
Corn firm. Pork quiet; mess $ iS'EO. Lani steady;
8a87i. Turpentine dull at 50a52Hc Rosin firm
at $3 40a3 so for strained.
Evening.-Hour quiet but firm; common extra
$7 loaB; good $9 63ai2. Whiskey qui t; low B3a
es^c. Wheat a shade firmer, wita a mod-rate
reining and export demand; offerings slight;
winter red Western $1 60al 69. Corn cmoed quiet
and unchanged; choice white Southern Sic Rye
quiet at 8%a9J?c. Pork steady at $ 13 6tal3 en.
Lard dull at 8a9Xc Turpentine dull. Rosin firm.
CINCINNATI, August 2.
Flour in fair demand aud firm; old $8a8 26;
new $7 60a7 76. corn dull and lower at 46c.
Pork dull and nominal; regular $13 60; no sales.
Lard-advance asked, but none established on
steam; kettle 8Xc; steam 8Xa8)?c. Bacon in
good demand; shoulders exe; sales of c ear rib
aides sxaSKc; olear sides Bc. Whiskey quiet and
weak at 91c
LOUISVILLE, AUgUBt 2.
Tobacco firm; salea 60 hogsheads F.our in
fair demand and firm; extra family $6 25. Corn
quiet st 60a64. Provisions firm; po>k, round
lots $13 50. Bacon-shoulders 8X; Bides S^ao;*.
Packed lard steady at 9?10>i ; other lots # htghtr.
Whiskey firm at 90J91.
ST. LOUIS, August2.
Floor steady for medium grades; other quali?
ties qnlet and weak. Corn easier; No 2 mixed 33a
39, according to location. Whiskey quiet at 9la
02. Pork, small lots, $13 50al4. Bacon Arm ; on ?j
order trade. Shoulders e%; sides 9a9>?. L.rd
Weekly Review oi the Wilmington
N aval Stores market.
WILMINGTON, August 2.
ROSIN.-The general market daring the past
we-k has been very active and upwards of 16.000
bbls have changed handp. In the early period of
the week ali qua mies advanced, but for the past
day or to the undertone bas' been weak and all
grades are a fra ci ion off. Strained has again been
the ruling grade, and the purchases were made
prlaclpally for foreign export to fill expiring
charters of vessels BOW awaiting cargoes.
Friday the market opened with an advance
of 26o; Monday the advance c-ntlnned,
and 6o was pained; Tuesday the mar?
ket declined loc; wednesday the decline
of the previous day was partially gamed
by an advance of 6c, and boyera Bwept the wnole 1
stock In market that could be bought, and the [
entire stock Is now held in second hands. To-day
(Thursday) the market closes strong at $2 76 with
aa upward tendency. No 2 In its relative posi?
tion to strained has also advanced .about 20c.
No 1 and pales advanced from 25 to 60c lu the
early part of the review, bnt Wednesday the mar?
ket declined about the same Agares, and the quo?
tations are about the ?ame as for some weeks
paot. The receipts for the week. 13,020 bbla, will
abont equal 'those previous week. The exporta
about balance the receipts, and the sto :k In mar?
ket has been neither Increased nor dlmlnl-hed.
TAR -Owing to the scarcity of this article, tbe
light receipts and the small stook, the market bas
evinced a s rong feeling throughout the entire
week, but buyers have been unable to purchase
any lots of size, and the extent of the operations
were confined to email transactions which, for
the past three days, were made at an advance of
16c. The receipts for the week, 860 i bis against
652 bbls for last week, show a decided falling off
The exports were comparatively light, and tue
stock in market shows a slight increase. The
markeri clones steady at $2 90 per bb>.
OK DDK TUBPENTINK.-Influenced In the early
perlou of onr report by the upward movement of
rosins and spirits turpentine, the market became
more buoyant, and. with a good demand fiom
both distiller and exporter, advanced 25 cents on
yellow dip and virgin. For the past day or so
the dullness of other branches uf naval stores
bas characterized the market with a rather heavy
and dull reeling, but. pi Ices bave bi en regular and
uniform, and to-day tbe mai kee closes steady at
unchanged figures-$2 60 for bard, }3 76f r yel?
low dip, aud 84 26 for virgin. The receipts for
the week are upwards or 3600 barrels; tue niock
1B quite small, owing to the heavy demand for
spurrs TURPENTINE.-The market bas fluctua?
ted considerably during the pant week, on Fri?
day lt opened at an advance or. 2c, bot Saturday,
auder the Influence or a declining market In
New York, became weak and declined 2o. bator
day the market was nominal, bat opened on
Monday ac 48c On Tuesday, ander less favor?
able advices, declined in the morulag to lc; out
at toe close of the day the decline was gained
by an advance of >?c Sluce Tuesday the
market has ruled active ac 46Xc, with a
fair amount of business doing. To-day, on ac?
count of the interest felt la the election, no busi?
ness of importance has been transacied, and ihe
market closes entirely nominal. Tue receipts for I
the week, 4604 casks agatnac 6638 casks, are a
decrease or OM casks. The exports, foreign and
domestic were qui' e heavy, and the stock has
slightly become decreased.
Weekly Review of the Savannah Cot?
SAVANNAH, August 2.
COTTON.-The reports generally of me condi?
tion or the pla t In Georgia, Florida and the Caro?
lina aide or the Savannah River are very favor?
able, some few compla?ts, as usual, being receiv?
ed or rust and shedding. The late cotton shows,
Ula said, too much weed . and little I ru lt, but
a fine season hereafter may counteract such, lt
being the efiect or the late rains. From the Weat
we have not such flattering advices; still, what
Injury there-ls by flood and worms seems con?
fined to Alabama. Mississippi and Louisiana
seem to be apprehensive that the worms will
come there; but the line dry hot spell now pre?
vailing all over the Sooth, will, lt ls thought, pre?
vent any t-erious injury from'them. Reason ng
from ail the advices received, the crop seems to
be In a verj fine condition, and an average yield
-say about 8,oou,ooo bales-may be assumed as
an estimate likely to be teallz- d.
The receipts lor the week were 88 bales upland
and 2 bales sea Uland, against 804 bales upland for
the corresponding week last year.
The experts for the sam? time were aa fol lows:
Coastwise-To New York Wi bales upland, making
a total or 242 bales np Und, ugalqst 947 balea op
land for the corresponding week la-t year.
SKA ISLANDS.-Nothing bas been none during
the past week. Mesan. Joseph Flnegan A co. on
Tuesday received a sample from Mr. H R. Teas?
dale, of Palatka, Florida, said by experts te be or
New Tork Coffee Harket.
Nsw YORK, August 1.
The Dally Bulletin says: The market foi Brazils
shows a good degree ol firmness, notwithstand?
ing the liberal offerings. The news per the Hip?
parchus ls decidedly more favorable and shows
an advance or about 6 per cent la the home mar?
kets, with a very short st ck and the crop pros?
pect rendered less favorable by the late rains.
The cargo or the Hipparchus ls made up partly or
new orup, tbe first tbat has arrived. The grades
are mostly good to prime, and are reported to be
of very fair quality. 1 he sales are 1600 bags ex
sou'h America. 2600 bags ex Idalia, 468bags ex
Stockton, and 220* bags ex Lactda. We quote:
Ordinary oargoes 16Xal6Kc, fair do 16Xal7, good
dol7Xal7%, prime do l8al8K. Java, mats and
bags, gold. 19*21, Singapore l?aio. Native Ceylon
natex, Maracaibo l?^aisx, Laguayra isai9,
St. Domingo 14al4& Jamaica 16il7>i, Oosta Rica
leais, Mexican 17al8, bavanllla I7al8.
New Tork Naval Stores Market.
NBW YORK, August L
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to-day 1059
bbls. Spirits turpentine has been quiet to-day
and the price shows a farther reducion, mer?
chantable rder cosing at 62a62)?c. Sales 60 bbls
at 63c and 25 bbls at 62c Strained rosin con?
tinues In fair request, but hardly so firm, dosing
at $3 25a3 36 for common to go id. The firm grades
In light demand a d steady. Sales 2500 bbls
Rtr?ined ac f3 35.126 bbls do at $330 flat, 200 bbls
du at $3 26. and 200 bbla pale at $5 60. In tar, we
notice sales or IBO bbis Wilmington at $8 80. Pitch
ls fairly active and Arm. Sales 160 bbls, lu lots, at
$3 60 lor prime city delivered.
New Tork Rice Market.
NEW YORK, August 1.
The Dally Bulletin says: Carolinas continue j
strong, although th-J movement to-day ls a little,
less active. Foreign grades are in lair requeBt
and holders snow no deposition to make conces?
sions. We not* Bales of 200 uagi Range -n at 8%a
7'ic, 175 bags Patna at 7Xa8c, and 60 tierces Caro?
lina at 8Xa9j?c.
Interior Cotton Markets.
CHARLOTTE, July 29.
Since our last reporuthe manet has sci 1 ronlier
declined. We now qaote good ordinary at 18>ic,
low middling 20c, aud middling 20#a2lc; very
little offering, market weak
GREEN vi LLB, July 31.
Cotton ls selling to-day at i8>,'c.
FORT GALES UAH.
MOON'S PH ABBS.
New Moon, 41b, 4 hours 26 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 12th. 12 hoars, 33 minutes, mor'ag.
Full Moon. 18th. 8 horns, 34 minute-, evening.
Last Quarter, 25th, 3 hours. 16 minutes, evening.
H. 4 8
Receipts by Ra Ur o ad. Angnst 3.
SOUTH CAROLINA BAILBOAD.
ll bales cotton, 08 balee gooda, ll bbls spirits
95 bbls rosin, 100 bbl- flour, 470 sacks grain To'
Railroad ?gent, G W Williams A co, U Bul winkle
J Campsen A co. Goldsmith A Son, 0 Ltibenrood
KinBman A Howell, G A Trenholm A Son, Geo H
walter A co, H Ltldlng, Wagener A Monsees, H
Gardes A co, J W Luden, B Feldmann A co S R
Marshall A co, T?edeman, Calder A co, 0 Schnell
crane, Boylston A co, H Cobla A co, L Deltz.
NORTHS ASTERN BULBO AD.
JLbft1?8 cott?n, 80 bois spirits turpentine, 431
obla rosin, cars lumber, mase, Ac To Barden A
? ,rlc,?t wbilden, A Jones, R T Walker, P Slat ery.
rl=.irL" co> p,ora Smalls. Flora Smith, B
Welling, Railroad Agent, and others.
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Marshall, Miss Lone Ont90lm, and ionr deck.
CHARLESTON, 8. O.AUGUST 3,1672.
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Oteamer St Helena, Christian, Savannah, Bean
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O Foll?n A Sons, JOH Oianssen, L Lopez, K W
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Steamship Golf Stream, Hunter, Philadelphia
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Brig W H Parka, Dix, at New Haven, Conn, 27th
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PIER No. 40 N. R., ?VERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. 20 Broadway) $80,
For Freight or cabin Passage apply to
WILLIAM? A GUION, ,
No. ea Wall street, N. Y.
N. B.-Through Rui s Lading to Liverpool issued
Dy the Charleston and New York' Steamers, which
make close connection with the above line.
For particulars and rate or Freight apply to
JAMES AUGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A 00,^A
may? or WM. A. COURTENAY.
pAOIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP Y'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. OHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers ol the above line leave Pier
No. 42. North River, foot of OantAl
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or the IRL
and 80th or every month except when, these
dates fall on sunday, then the saturday preceding.
All departures connect at Panama with steam?
ers ror south Pacific and Central American ports.
Dep?rtate af 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
Por Japan and Ohma, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first or every month, except when lt falls on
Sunday; tben on the day preceding.
No california steamers touch at Havana, rat ga
direct from New York to Asplnwall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adollw
Medicine and attendance free. ;.
For Passage .Ti eke tn or other Information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wbari
root of Canal street, North River, New York.
]nly28-lyr_ F.-B. BABY. Agent.
?pOR EDISTO, ENTERPRISE, ?c.
Until further no: Ice the Steamer _ ^TT^w
WATER ULY ?II mase one trip-^?StaBST
weekly, leaving Southern Wharf on WEDNESDAYS-.
and returning on THURSDAY**.
Freight received on TUESDAYS.
DOUGLAS NISBET, Agent,
N.B.-Freight and wharfage payable on toe
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR.
Captain L. M. Ooxetter. will lea vp jg .
Charleston every TUB-DAY EVENING, at ha" p!T s
SnLvft ,R?R SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACK
SQNVlU^^jrAuAriLa AND AU, BANDINGS
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER,
Returning. DICTATOR will leave PALATKA
THUKSDAY NIGHT, SAVANNAH SATURDAY MORNT
INO arrivivlug here same afternoon.
AU Way freight mast be prepaid.
.?H??5?& or P*88*?"6? having splendid ac?
commodations, applv to . u
" " \ RAVENEL A co., Agenta-,
Corner Vanderhorafs Wharf and East Bay
JIR?1T TREES, SMALL FRUITS,
ORNAMENTAL TREES AND PLANTS, OaWCX
GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS, Ac
A splendld'stock or the choicest varieties.
Send ror descriptive catalogue and price Hat.
All Trees well packed BO sa to carry Barely to
any part of toe United State'.
SMALL FRUITS AND SMALL PLANTS,
of all kinds. Bent by mall, postage paid, to any
postorflce In the United States.
EDWARD J. EVANS A CO.,
Nursery men and Seedsmen, ?
jolyae-thimoe York, Pa.