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ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM
Ucl is lou? S?i"v'?e? for To-Morron
day. August ll, 1873.
Christ Church-Rutledge avenue, abc
street-5.30 P. M. Eveutug Prayer,
by Rev. J. Mercier Green, rector. 5
ecbool at 4 P. M.
Churcnof the Holy Communion-c<
Ashley and Cannon streets-10.30 A. M
lng Prayer. Sermon by Rev. A. Toon
ter. mstor. Evening Prayer at 5.30 P.
Grace Church-Wentworth street
GI eoe-10.30 A. M. Moraine Prayer
mon by Rev. J. Mercier Green. ?
Prayer at 5.30 P. M. Sunday-school at
St. John's Chapel-corner ol' Amhei
. Hanover streets-10.30 A. M. Morning
Sermon by Rev. A. w. Marshall. E
Prayer at 5 P. M.
8t Luke's Church-corner of Elizabf
Charlotte streets-10.30 A. M. M
Prayer, bunnoo by Rev. William O. Pi
rector. Evening Prayer and Sermon t
H. Sunday FChool at 9 A. M.
SL Michael's Church-corner of Brou
Meeting streets-10.30 A. M. Morning I
Sermon by Rev. R. 3. Trapler, rector,
nine Prayer at 5.30 P. M.
St. Paul's Church-Coming, near V
street-10.30 A. M. Morniug Prayer. S
by Rev. James EL Elliott, rector. E<
Prayer at 5 P. M.
St. Philip's Church-Church street, be
Queen and Cumberland-10.30 A. M. Mt
Prayer. Sermon o y Rev. John Johns?
slstaut minister. Evening Prayer at 5.31
St. Stephen's Free Cnurch-Anson
between Society and George-10.30
Morning Prayer. Service at 5.30 P. M.
Cathedral Chapel-Queen street, op
Archdale- Rev. Daniel J. Qulgley, p
Rev. H. P. Northrop, assistant. Low M
7 and 9 A.M. High Mass at 10.30 A. M.
pera and Benediction at 5 P. M. Su
school at 9 A. M.
8t Joseph's Church-Anson street,
George-Rev. C. J. Crochan, pastor.
Mast at 7 A. M. Hizh Mass at 10.30 i
Vespers and Benediction at 7.30 P. M.
day-school at OA. M.
?st. Mary's Church-Hasel street, near K
Rev. C. B. Northrop, pastor. Low Mass
A. M. High Muss at 10.30 A. M. Sui
school at 9 A. M.
St. Patrick's Church-corner of Bad
and St. Phillp streets-Re v. John Moor?
D., pastor; Rev. 8. Carew, assistant.
Mass at 7 and 9 A. M. High Mass at 10.3
M. Vespers and Benediction .at 5 P. M.
day-Bchool at 9 A. M.
Mass will be celebrated on Sullivan's It
at 8 A. M. Xi
First Church-corner of Meeting and T
streets. No services.
Second Church-corner rf Meeting and (
lotte streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.. by :
G. R. Blackett, pastor. Sunday-school at
Central Church-Meeline street, near ?
ety. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.. by Rev. "rt
Dana. D. D., pastor, and at 4 P. M.
Glebe street Church-Glebe street, r
Wentworth. Sermon at io. 30 A. M, by I
J. L. Girardeau, D. IX, pastor.
Sullivan's Island Church-Sermon at l
M., by Rev. John T. Wightman.
Bethel Church-corner of Pitt and Calhi
streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Rev.
M. Chiietzbere, pastor, and at 5 P. M. S
day-School at 9 A. M.
Spring Street Church-corner o? Spring i
Coming streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.. s
In toe evening at 8 o'clock. Sunday-school
Trinity Church-corner Hasel street a
Malden lane. Sermon at 10.30 A. M..
Rev. Whlteloora Smith, D. D."and at 8.15
M., by Rev. R. D. Smart. Sunday-school
St. Matthew's (German) Evangelical Chur
-King street, near Vaoderhorst Sermon
10.30 A- M. by Rev. L. Muller, pastor, and
4 Pi M. Sunday-School at. 9 A. M.
St. John't Evangelical Church-corner Arc
dale and Clifford streets. Sermon at 10.30.
M. by Rev. T. W. Dosh, pastor, and at 6 P. 1
Sunday-school at 4.30 P. M.
WeQ!worth Street Church. Sermon at Iii
_?ffL by Rev. W. S. Bowman, pastor, at
.^Tat 6 P.M. Sunday-school at 8.45 A. M.
Citadel Square Church-corner of Mee tic
and Henrietta streets. Bermon at 10.30 A. M
by Rev. O. P. Gregory. Sunday-school at 9J
M. No service in the afternoon.
First Baptist Church - Church street, bi
tween Tradd and Water. Sermon by Rev. 1
H. Shuck, pastor, ai.-6 Pt Mi,?J Sunday-Scjgx
at 9 A. M. . -
Circular Church-Meeting street, be twee
Queen and Cumberland. Bermon at 10.30 i
M. by B?v. W, H. Anama, pastor, and at
Huguenot Church-corner of Queen an
Church Btreets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M. b
Rev. C. 8. Vedder, pastor, and at 5 P. M. Sui
day School after morning service.
Unitarian Churcb -Archdale street, betwee
Queen and Clifford. Services at 10.30 A. M.
Mariners' Church-Church street, betwee
Water street and s to 1 l's alley. Sermon at 10.3
A. M by Rev. W.B. Yates, chaplain.
Orphanhouse Chapel-Yanderhorst street
between King and St. Phillp streets. Sermoi
at 5 ?. M. byllev. T. W. Doab.
Tb? Associate Reformed Church. ..
The general synod of the Associate Re
formed Church in the South is to meet in thc
Rev. E. E. Boyce's church in Pisgah, Gastoi
County, North Carolina, on Thursday, the 12tt
The second Presbytery ot the Associate Re
formed Church, comprising most of the con
gregations of that denomination In this State
will convene at Cannon Creek, Newberry
County, on Friday, the 6th proximo.
Co st es bu ry District Conference.
isfe'*^^.iQnarterly District Conference of th(
Methodist Episcopal Church! South closed its
session In. Abbeville on Sunday last. During
the meeting instructive sermons were preach?
ed by-the Revs. Mood, Cauthen, Murray, Mar?
tin, Oliver and' others, and Impressive dis?
courses on temperance and to the Sunday
Schools, delivered by Professor Carlisle, of
Wofford. On Sunday the pulpits of both the
Presbyterian and Methodist Churches were
filled by members ol the Conlerence. On
Bunday night the communion was administer?
ed In the Methodist Church.
The Camp-Meeting in Sumter.-.
The Methodists have bad a camp-meeting at
Providence, 8umter County, which was com?
menced on Wednesday, the31st ult, and con?
tinued for overa we?k. It was largely at?
tended, and was addressed by the Rev. Messrs.
Hill, Carlisle, Stokes, McKinney, Fleming and
others. The location is sold to be particularly
well adapted either for'camp-meeting pur?
poses or for a summer resort. The air ls pure
and bracing, the water splendid, and the
nights delightful. From the success of this
meeting, lt ls probable a permanent camp
ground may be established at Providence.
The Abbeville Bible Society.
The forty-ninth anniversary of the Abbeville
Bible Society was celebrated In the Methodist
Church, In Abbeville, on Wednesday the 3Ut
nit The annual sermon .was. by the Rev.
James Ii. Martin, of the Abbeville Presbyte?
rian . Churcb, and the annual address by Gen?
eral Samuel McGowan. Rev. E. R. Miles was
elected one of the vice-presidents, in the
place of the Rev. W. P. Du Bose, who bas re?
moved, and Mr. J. F. C. DuPre, librarian, vice
Dr. L Braach, deceased.- The board of direc?
tors were directed to make arrangements for
celebrating the next being the fiftieth, anni?
versary, and to select the speakers for the
occasion. ,' ;:.
Rev. K. T. Winkler, D. D.
It has been remarked as a particularly hon- ;
orable feature of the record in Charleston of .
th a distinguished preacher, who has recently i
lett the Citadel Square Baptist Church to set- :
tie in Marion, Ala., that daring his long pas
ion? in this city, extending over a period of ]
twenty years, ?e never deserted bis post d
lng any of the sickly seasons with which
city has been visited during that period,
was eminently a faithful pastor, never shl
lng his duty to the congregations or the <
for which he had acquired such a const
affection, and he paid tue penalty of his fid
ty on no less than three occasions by be
prostrated by yellow fever.
New M. E. Church tn Chester.
The new edifice of the Methodist Eplscc
Church In Chester, the corner-3tone of wh
was laid in the summer of 1871. was c<
pleted a Tew weeks ago, and will be ded!""
to-morrow by the Rev. E. J. Meynardle, D,
The church ls situated on York Btreetoi
lot running through to Saluda street, and
flftv-four feet long by thirty-four feet In wid
with a vestibule of twenty by nine feet, s
mounted by a belfry, and it will seat th
hundred and Atty persons. The auditorlun
twenty feet high, and the celling and wi
are neatly blocked off In various cool tit
The total cost of the church was four thonss
dollars, all of which has been made up
voluntary contribution, except about four bi
dred dollars, which the congregation exp
soon lo raise.
The Citadel Square Baptist Church
The services at this church to-morr
morning will be conducted by tbe Rev, 0.
Gregory, pastor of the Baptist Church
Mount Pleasant, who will for the pres?
officiate in this church on Sunday momlm
and In his own church on Sunday afternoc
The society of this church have not yet c
elded upon a successor lo their late esteem
pastor, the Rev. Dr. Wlnkler. At the lt
church meeting, held last Monday evenlc
Deacons Zimmerman Davis, Wm. Thayer ai
R. S. Gantt were appointed a committee
Issue invitations to different clergymen
preach in the church wllh a view of making
selection, but uo definite arrangements hat
yet been made.
The Baptist Theological Seminary.
It having been decided at the last Gener
Convention of the Southern Baptist Church i
remove the Southern Baptist Theological Sei
?nary from Greenville, 8. C., and varloi
offers of laud, &c, having been made by A
?anta. Chattanooga, Louisville and Nashvil
to Induce the location of the institution 1
those cities, a committee of seven was a;
pointed by the convention to visit those plac?
and decide between them. Thomas P. Smitl
Esq., ooe of the deacons of the Citadel Squai
Baptist Church of this city, was the represen
atlve of this Stale in this important duty, ao
left some days ago to join the commltte<
! which began its Investigations at Chattanoog
! on the 1st instant. The committee has sine
visited all th? cities named, and adispatc
I received by THE'NEWS last evening repon
that they yesterday decided upon Louisville
; Kentucky, as the future location of the semi
nary, and thal there was active competition b
all the other placee.
A Week or Prayer.
The bishops of the Methodist Episcopa
Church, Soutb, having appointed a week o
prayer, com mend - on Sunday, the 11th inst,
the same will be observed by suitable eervlcei
In the several churches of this denomlnatioi
lu this city, in the following order, viz :
. Sunday, Augutt ll.-Services in the several
churches. Subject : The increase of Christ-;
kingdom among men. Lessons: Psalms, cxxll:
John, xvii. (This embraces the condition and
wants of the church, Ac.)
Monday, August 12.-Service at Spring street
Church, to be conducted by Dr. Whitefoord
Smith. Subject : Prayer for increase of min
listers, and for a holy, zealous and devoted
ministry. Lessons; Isaiah, lxll; 2 Cora., Iv.
Tuesday, August 13.-Service at Spring slreet
Church, to be conducted by the Rev. W. P.
Mouzon. Subject : The Importance of using
all the means of grace. Lessons : Isaiah, Iv;
Wednesday, August 14.-Service at Bethel
Church, to be conducted by Dr. J. T. Wight?
man. Subject : The spirit of Christianity is a
missionary spirit. Lessons: Isaiah, xxxv;
i Thursday, August 15.-Service at Bethel
Church, to be conducted by Ute Rev..RD.
Bmart. Subject : The claims of the heathen
world upon the Christian churcb. Lessons :
Isaiah, lvi; Romans, xl.
I Friday. August 16, (Fast Day.)-Service at
Trinity Church, to be conducted by the Rev.
A. M. Chrletzberg. Subject : The duty of en?
couraging those agencies which serve to edify
the Church of Christ, (Sunday-schools, institu?
tions ot learning, Ac.) Lessons: Psalms,
cxli; EphB., iv.
I Saturday, August 17.-Service at Trinity
Churcb, where ?ho parents are requested to
bring the children of the church together.
Several addresses may be expected. Subject :
The children of the church should be trained
for the Lord. Lessons : Dent., vi; Mark, x.
Sunday, August 18.-Services lu all the
churches. Subject : The conversion of the
young. Lessons : Proverbs, Iii; 1st John, 1.
(Prayer for all our colleges.) *
The exercises on each day, except Sunday,
will begin at five o'clock P. M.
News and Goaalp.
-Rev. J. T. McBryde, of Aiken, bas received
and accepted a call to Selma, Ala., and ex?
pects to leave for that place next week.
-Rev. T. R. Gaines has retired (rom the
editorship of the Working Christian, tbe Bap?
tist organ in this State, and ls succeeded by
Captain C. J. McJunken.
-Rev. Lucius Cuthbert, pastor of the Aiken
Baptist Church, bas so far recovered from bis
recent Indisposition as to be able to preach on
-Extensive arrangements are in progress
tor a camp meeting of the Methodists In the
Darlington Circuit, at the old Gully Camp?
ground, Borne time in October next.
-A protracted .meeting, which had been
continued lor three weeks In the Methodist 1
Church at Orangeburg, and attended by Kev. 1
Messrs. Walker, Seal, Kirkland, McKay and 1
McKinney, was brought to a close last week.
-There will be a convention of the diff?r?
ant Sunday-schools of Darlington County, em?
bracing Friday, Saturday and Snnday, 23d, ?
24th and 25th instant, at Darlington Court- <
-A large and enjoyable anniversary picnic <
was had last Friday at the Beauty Spot Churcb, (
Marlboro' Count, by-Bennettsvllle Division, t
No. 45, S. of T. A splendid collation, and ad- c
dresses by Major B. D. Townsend and Major s
F. E. Warley, both of Darlington, were among c
the good things of the day. j
THE TEA QUESTION.-The exoltem?nt of the
hour among housekeepers ls the welcome re- 8
duction In the. price of teas of all grades, con- 1
sequent upon the removal of the customs- p
dulles upon that exhilarating herb. Wilson, 1
the indefatigable grocer of King street, who, 8
as every reader of TBE NEWS knows, has for
yeariTmade cheap and good teas a specialty s
Is, as nsual, foremost lu giving the public I
the benefit of the greatly reduced price, and p
in (what Is hardly less Important) lotting F
everybody know the gratifying fact. 'Quick BI
and large saies, and small profits" is : he prin?
ciple upon which Wilson Is constantly Increas?
ing an already flourishing business, and the 11
vigor and persls'ence with which he always 11
ivails himself of the columns of the people's 0
favorite newspaper In advertising his wares ??
iroveB that his sagacity ls equal to his enter- _
Meetings This Day.
Frank lia Lodge, A. F. M., at half past 7
Auction Sales This Day. .
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
atore, household furniture.
TBERMOMETR1 CA L.
The range of the thermometer yesterday, at
the drug store of Mr. Joseph Blackman, on
the south side of Broad street, was SB follows:
8 A. M., 82; 10 A. M., 85; 12 M., 87; 2 P. M., 87;
4 P. M., 86; 6 P. M., 85; 8 P. M., 83.
The steamship Falcon will not sail for Balti?
more until to-morrow, at 10 A. M.
A scaffolding has been put up in the vesti?
bule of the Charleston Hotel, tx the purpose
of repairing the celling.
Abraham Taylor denies that he Lad any?
thing to do with the attempt to steal the bal?
lot box on Thursday evening.
Beveral small colored children were forcibly
overturned yesterday, near the west end of
Beaufain street, by a mischievous William
The summer session of the Charleston High
8chool was closed yesterday. There was no
formal examination, but the proficiency of the
scholars was privately tested by Mr. V. C.
Dibble, the principal, and his assistants. The
result was in every way gratifying. The next
session commences on the 1st of October.
TBE MACKEY MEETINGS.
Primary meetings were held in the various
wards, last evening, for the election of del?
egates from the Mackey faction of the Badlcal
party, to Ihe Radical County -Convention,
which convenes at the Military Hall on Thurs?
day evening next The meetings were con?
ducted in an orderly and quiet manner. For?
tunately lor the peace of the city the Bowen -
Ites displayed more wisdom than their adver?
saries, and made no attempt to retaliate for
the outrage perpetrated upon them the eve?
ning before. The delegates elected are as fol-1
Ward 1.-Wm. N. Tait, D. H. F?rst, J. A.
Williams, J. J. Young, B. C. McPherson, H. L.
Ward 7.-Abram Taylor, John A. MuBhing
ton, Edward P. Wall. 8r., Abel Walker, J. O.
Hasel, Samuel Peronneau.
Ward 8.-L. Dunneman, Jos. Parker, Wm.
Gadsden, F. F. Lee, J. F. Mason, R. L. Rich?
A VALUABLE LIBT.-We have received from
Mr. A. C. Kaufman, broker, Broad street, a
copy of "The Merchants' Banking and Legal
Directory," which ls a handsome and apparent?
ly carefully prepared list of banks, bankers,
and attorneys in the Western and Northwest?
ern States, for tbe use ot the commercial men
and legal profession.
STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.-The proceed?
ings of the South Carolina Medical Association
at its last annual session, held In Columbia,
April 16 and 17, 1872, bave Just been published
tty Messrs. Walker, Evans ct Coggswell in neat
pamphlet form and make a valuable volume of |
ibout one hundred pages. In addition to the
regular transactions of the association there
ire various interesting reports of cases by
l?verai of the best physicians of the State, and
m exceedingly valuable paper on the yellow
ever In Charleston in 1871, included In the
innual address of the president ol the associa
lon, Dr. F. Pey re Porcher.
MANSLAUGHTER.-A difficulty occurred at
he Farmfield plantation, near Strawberry
.?"erry. Cooper River, on Wednesday, the
th instant, between Scipio Washington
.nd Jack Drayton, two negroes. Tbe men
ame to blows, and another negro, Joseph
legar, while attempting to separate them was
truck over the head by a large clnb in the
ands of Jack Drayton, from the effects of j
rhicb he died in a short time. A Jury or 'in?
put was im pan elled by Trial Justice George
ackson, which rendered a verdict to the
fleet that Segar hod been accidentally killed
y Jack Drayton. Drayton was brought to the
tty yesterday and committed to Jail for trial
t the next term ot the Criminal Court.
ARRIVAL or NEW COTTON.-The receipt of
wo new bales on Thursday last was followed
esterdayby two others-the first by the South
larollha Railroad, shipped by Mr. Hey ward |
trow n, from Barnwell County, S. C.. weigh
ag five hundred and five pounds, and con
Igned to Messrs. E. H. Frost & Co., factors,
idger's wharves; the second lrom Messrs. W.
h Ellis & Brother, Macon, Ga., weighing three
undred and seven pounds, and consigned to
[essrs. W. B. Williams A Son, factors, Aooom
iodation wharf. The new bale from.Florida,
sported the' day before, was purchased by
leesrs. Porcher A Henry, brokers, Atlantic
tbarves, at twenty-one cents per pound, and
111 be snipped by the steamship James
dger to Mr. W. H. Wagner, New York.
PROFESSOR MAILLEFERT.-A lew days ago,
committee of the Chamber of Commerce
tailed, by invitation, the wrecking vessels of
roiessor Malllefert, who is. engaged in re
loving the blockade-runners and monitors |
tink In Charleston harbor during the war.
'roiessor Malllefert courteously explained tbe
rhole manner of proceeding; and the divers
mde their descents, heavy charges ol powder
rere fired, and huge pieces of wreck were
olsted up for the especial delectation of the
lsitors. Later in the day, the committee were |
andsomely entertained by Professor Mallle
Wt, at his residence, on Sullivan's Island,
[ere tbe committee were shown a number of
urlous relics from the wrecks, including a
reech-loading rifle and a handsome lamp In
.hich the candies had been prematurely ex
nguisbed by the sodden sinking of-the ves
il. Altogether, thanks to the untiring cour?
cy and lavish hospitality ol Professor Maltie?
st, lt was a delightful day.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, Notions, Toilet Soaps, Ac,
: and below cost Closing Bale at the Dry
oods House of A. R. Stillman, No. 281 King
reet Dressing Combs, Hair Brushes, Fine
ombs, greatly reduced In price. A lot of
rochet and Rick-Rack Braids, at half the
mal price, by the dozen. Ladle*', Misses' and
ems' Gauze Merino Vests, sold at cost. A
nail lot of Ladies' Colored Kid Gloves, at 50
mts per pair. At A. R. Stillman's No. 281
NOTICE.-Previous to removal to our new
ore, No. 275 King street, Browning's old
ry Goods stand, we will close out all ol our
resent stock at extremely low prices.
URcuooTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
reet? _ _ July 22
NOTICE.-Previous io removal to our new
;ore, No. 275 King street, Browning's old
ry Goods stand, we will close out ull ot our
resent stock at extremely low prices
CRCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
?net. ' _ july22
VERT CHEAP.-A Handsome Box, contain
ig One Quire Initial Note Paper, Twenty-four
lilial Envelopes, a Penholder and Pen, for
aiy twenty-five cents, at Von Santen's Ba?
lar, No. 229 King street, next Academy of
uslc. july 6-8
ee First Page for other Local matters.
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS I-Lo?la Cohen
k Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their FreBh Stock of Dress Goods,
Just received, comprising the latest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cent below their cost of importation. A
call 1B respectfully, solicited. Louis. COHEN &
Co,', No. 248 King street. mayl6
BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, at 10 cents
each, at Von Santen's, No. 229 King street.
PLATING CARDS, wholesale and retail, very
cheap, at Von Santen's, No. 229 King street.
CHROMOS.-To close out the balance of our
stock, will Bell framed Cb romos from 40c. to
$1 each. Hasel street Bazaar.
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr27-sluth
To BUSINESS MEN.-Save your money by
j purchasing your Blank Books at the East
Bay News Room. decl4s
YOUNO MEN, TAKE NOTIOE.-Base Balls and
Bats-cheaper than the cheapest. HASEL]
STREET BAZAAR, j apr20-s
X? THE PUBLIC.
Having heard various reports in regard to
repairing Slnge&?sjpiog Machines should they
get ont of order, and other reports detrimental to
the Interes; of the Singer Manufacturing Com?
pany, we take thia opportunity to say: Since
the oitice has been under my charge I have never
sent a machine, to New York to be repaired, and I
very much doubt lhere ever being a Singer Ma?
chine aent to New York to be repaired elnce the
oftlce was opened in Charleston City, about 1st
November, is:o. All repairing on Singer Machines
IB done at our office In this city. Cur Machine
ls hot only simple, but probably less liable to get
out of order than any other.
The factor the matter ls, we have very little re?
pairing to do, so there is no necessity of sleding j
oar machines to New York.
I will also state that I will prosecute all persons
who make falso statements in reference to the
singer sewing Machine to the full extent of the
law. j. CLARE BEDELL,
Agent Singer Manufacturing Company.
WILLIS-POINSETT. -Oa Tuesday, Julv 80,
1872. at St. Marks's Church, by the Kev. J. B. Sea?
brook, Mr. NOBLE G. WILLIS, of Aogos'a, Ga., to
Mina M. J., daughter of the late Paul Pulosett, of I
Cli ar les', on, ?. C.
in net at SS onces.
^SRtA^HAxTwDGETm. 5, A. Y.
M.-Assemble <u Masonic Hall, THIS DAT, loth
instant, at 2 o'clock P. M, to pay the last tribute |
or respect to oar late Tyler, Brother WM. H.
DAVIS. By order of W. M.
H. BOLDEN PICKLNPAOK,
Religions Not ir cs.
.?krSPRING 8 TBE ET CHURCH.
Divine Service TOMORROW at hair-past io
o'clock A. M. Sabbath-Schrol at 4 o'clock, and
In the evening at 8 o'clock. A Discourse on
"The First Tear or the Public Min is try of Jesus,"
in commu?t lon or the eries of the Life or Jesus,
by the Pastor, Rev. J. T. WIGHTMAN, D. D. Ser?
vices may be expected In this Church on MONDAY
and TUESDAY AFTERNOONS, at 6 o'clock, begining
the week or Prayer. Services conducted by Rev.
WHITEFOORD SMITH, D. ix, and Rev. W. P.
MOCZON, P. E. anglO-1
tv M.ll Kit CI AL NEWS.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship J W ?verman
fis tierces rice, 112 bales upland cotton, fifi bales
domestics. 84 bundles paper, 013 obis naval stores,
128 ions old iron,"20,700 feet lamber,~2fi packages
CORE AND A MAREET-Per brig Henry and Lou?
ise- 2oa bbls spirits turpentine and 897 bbis rosin.
The charleston Cotton, Rle? and 5aral
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, I
FRIDAY KVBNINO, AUgUSt 0, 1872. I
COTTON.-There was a limited demand for this
article, with alight business doing at unchanged
prices. Sales ,113 bales-say 1 at 18, l a t i e x'. 5
at 18?, 3 at l&x. 3* at 10, li at lfltf, 14 at lox. 14
at 10^0. Low middling selling at 10c, and mid?
dling grt?es at us'c ? lt.
RICE.-The transactions were light; salea- 5
tierces at 8c, 14 at 9 xe ? lb. We quote common
to fuir at 7a7Xo; good 7%aS?o.
NAVAL STORES.-The receipts were 212 bbls.
spirits turpenuno, OH bbls. rosin, and 42 bbls.
erode turpentine. The market was firmer, with
a good demand. Sales 126J*ls. spirits turpentine
at 44@46c fl gallon, as in packages. Rosins weie
stronger; aalt-B about ?00 bbls. at $5 76 for extra
pale, $fi for pale, $4 60 for low'pale, $3 76 for
extra No. 1, H.for dull, $3 for opaque, $3 26 for
low No. ?,.$3 for No. 2, and $3 for strained.
St'jck light. Crude turpentine may be quoted at
$816 for Virgin, $2 70 ror yellow dip, and $180 for
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, non V
aalon uplands, nominal on sea islands; via New
fork, J?d on uplands, Jfd on sea islands; by sall,
nominal on uplands, on sea islands nominal.
To Havre - on nplands. Ooastwlso- to New york
by steam $2 on nplands and - on sea islands;
$1 60 ? tierce on rico; soc fi bbl on rosin;
by sall Kc V lb oa cotton; - ft tierce
on rice; 60a ? barrel on rosin; $8 fl M on
lum ser; $10 ft M on timber. To Boston, by sat>,
.i'o ?> m on upland cotton; rosin 85c; res a wed
stun* $10310 60; ph oap: 1 ate $fi@6 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall $10 ft Mon boards,Kc fl lb on
cotton; by steam $1 fl balo on Now Tork rater.
To Philadelphia, by steam $2 ft on cotton;
by sall, $s fi M on boards; $0 GO@IO on timber; $8
por ton un clay, and $8a$3 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam >;c ft ns by sall, $8 60@7 fi
M on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; $3 26 fl
ton on phosphate rook. Vessels are In de?
mand by our merchants to tako lumber freights
from Georgetown, s. c., Darlcn and Satilia River,
la., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
and $10@12 ft M aro the rates on lamber and ] ;
KXOHANSR.~sterllT.ig 80 day bins U%.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-Tho banks purchase
sight chocks on New York at par? X premium,
and sell at ,v@ X premmlnm. Outaide they. par
chase at i-ia?.x premium, and sell at cie^x
HOLD-14X015 X- '
Markets by Telegrapti.
MONET MARKETS. j
LONDON, Angus 9.
Noon_Consols 92 X- Bonds 92. The hop crop
promises a large \ leid.
Evening.-Consols closed 92X for money, 02X
roraqcountj Bouda-92. .
fr:-FRAiMEFORT, AUgUStO. . 1
'NoonT-Bonds 96X. 1
PARIS, August e. j
Noon.-Rentes 55f5Cc. Specie Increased ^?,000,000
.NEW YORK,"Anguat 0.
Noon.-Freights quiet. Stocks dniL Gold firm
?16X- Money easy at 4. Exchange-long 8X;.
: hort 9 M. Governments dull. State bonds firm. 1
Evening.-Money easy and closed at 2Xa3. Ex- ,
:liaoge uusetilea. .with sa es at sx, less broker? ,
ige. Gold l?Xal&X- Loans 2a6 for carrying/ <
Sew fives 12X : eight v.ones 1SX ; feixty-twi s 16%.
vates closed steady, -fenness?es 74; new 74. j
Virginias 46X; new 60. Louisianas 60; new 61.
i-evee sixes 88a70. Alabama eights 83; eves so.
3eorgla sixes 73; Revens 86. North Carolin as 35;
lew ?0 South Carolinas 64; new Freights
lulbt and steady, lt is announced that over hair
he remnant ot the Erie consolidated mortgages,
sr about $3,600,000, ls taken in London at a rate
letting par in carrency. lae French loan ia
luoted at 3X premium at Paris to-day.
LIVERPOOL, August 9.
Noon.-Cotton opened firm; uplands led; or
eans loxaiuxd; m\eH 16i0oo bales; weekly 60,OOP;
:xport 12,000; speculation 6000; stock 938.000;
american 2b8.oco; recelprs 27,000; American 7000; <
td nal exports eooo; afijat 252,000; American (
Later.-Cotton firm; sales 16,000 bales; specula
ton and export 3000.
Evening.-Cotton steady; sales 1775 bales: mid?
dlings 21Xc; uplands 22Kc Sales of cotton
futures to-day 6200 baleB as follows : August
20>?a2O3?c.; September 20*a20 9-16; October 19% a
lOXo; November 18?al816-16; December 1811-16.
NSW YORE, August 9.
Noon.-Cotton Arm; salea 1316 bales: uplandB
21*c; Orleans 22*. ' v
livening.-cotton closed unchanged. Tarns
and fabrica ar Manchester quiet and Arm.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL. August 9.
Noon.-BreadatnffS firmer; flour 27s ea to 28s.
Cumberland cut i9s Gd.
" Nsw YORK. August 9.
Noon.-Fleur strong. Wheat held 3a4c higher.
Corn very firm. Pork t-teady at $i3 62ai3 75.
Lard Bteady. Turpentine firm at 60a5ic. Rosin
firm at $3 65a3 75 for strained.
BOSTON. August 9.
Cotton quiet but Arm; middlings 23#c; nee re?
ceipts 23 bales; gruss23; sales loo stock 8500: net
receipt) L>r the week 85: gross 280; sales 1300.
PHILADELPHIA, August 9.
Cotton quiet; middlings 22c; weekly net receipts
282 balee; gross 1024.
PROVIDENCE, August 9.
Stock or cotton io,oco bales.
BALTIMORE, August 9.
Cotton doll; middlings 2iXc; receipts s?bales;
exports coastwise 10; ?ales 6; spinners 106; stock
lose; weekly gross receipts 136; exports coastwise
70; sales 271.
NORFOLK, August 9.
Cotton qnlet; low middling*, 20c; net receipts
40; exporis coastwlBe 17;stock 384; weekly net re?
ceipts 178; exports coastwise 222.
WILMINGTON, August 9.
cotton In good demand and holders Arm; mid?
dlings 20c; sales 3 halts; stock 348; weekly ex?
ports coast wise 19; sales 24.
SAVANNAH, Auirnst 9.
Cotton quiet and in light demand; middlings
20c; net receipts 2 bales; salea 49; stock 1338:
weekly net receipts 218; exports coastwise 375:
rJL. . AUGUSTA, August 9.
Cotton nominal; middling I9*c; net receipts 13
bales; sales 23; stock 1871, 4087; 1872,1730: wecklv
tecelpta 116; salea sn. ? .
- MACON, August 9.
cotton, there were no transactions; weekly re?
ceipts 26 balee; shipments li; stoat 1871.i570:
1872, 469. 1
COLUMBUS, August 9.
Cotton dull; weekly receipts 2j oales; srdpraentr,
17; sales to spinners 20; Btock 1871,1785; 1872, 201
MONTGOMERY, August 9.
Cotton-week iv receipts 2 bales; shipments ll;
stock 1871 1930; 1872 363.
SELKA, August 9.
Cotton-week'y receipts 65 balea; stock 1871 780;
1872 101. *
MoBas, August 9.
Cotton nominal; net receipts 6 bates; gross
106; exports coastwise t8l; stock 750; weeklv net
receipts 24; gross 185; exports coastwise 315;
MEMPHIS, August 9.
Cotton dull; middlings 2l*?c; net receipts 141
balea: shipments 317; sales 876.
NASHVILLE, Angnst 9.
Cotton qnlet; low middlings I9al9>ic; weekly
receipts 4 bales; shipments HO; stock of 1871,
433; 1872, 847,
NEW ORLEANS, August 9.
Cotton nominal; low middlings l9)ial9Xc; net I
receipts 46 balea; gross 45; sales 145; stock 7695;
weekly net receipt* 282; gross 233; exports coast?
wise 1244; sales 600.
O ALVESTON. Angtist 9.
Weekly net receipts 201 bales; exports coast
wise 48; sales 60.
Er. LOUIS, August 9.
Flour qnlet and unchanged. Corn doll and ut -
changed; No. 2 mixed 38c. Whiskey unchanged
at 92c Pork doll and unchanged. B icon armer;
shoulders 7c; sides ox&sxc. i,ard unchanged.
Evening.-Flour, Southern in BOO l demand
an i a shade armer at S7 60a9 65; common to fair
extra $9 70afZ5O; god to choice $9 70al2 60.
Whiskey In fair request and steady at U3c. Wheat
very quiet and scat ce, held at 3a5c higher; wlncer
red Wt stern $1 86al 90. Com a shade Armer and
ralrly active at 6la63Xc ror ?teamer Western
mixed. Pork firm at sis 6&al3 '&. Mess beef dull
at $6a7; plain and extra mess $8al0. Lard steady
at s^aQKc. Turpentine firm at 6oa6ic. Bonn
Arm at $8 6&a3 76.
CINCINNATI. Ansuat 9.
Flour quiet and unchanged; old $7 76a8; new
S7a7 26. corn dull ana unsettled at 44a4Hc. Pork
lower at $18 for city. Lard dull and nominal;
tor winter 8\c; steam 8%a8K; summer Arm at
"JiaS. Bicon In good demand; shoulders 6J?;
aides 9a9>i. Whiskey Arm at SOC.
Lt.) ns vt LLB, August 9.
Corn dull and quiet; shelled, sucked, 60c. Pork
quiet and held at $13 26. Bacon firm; shoulders
7; sides 9??a9)?. packed. Lard steady at gratos,';
order lots a higher. Whlxky Arm at 90c
HAVANA, August 3.
Sugar at Havana and Matanzas: stock 340,600
boxe? and 5800 nhda. R-celpts of the week is,ooo
boxes and 476 hhds. Exported during tue week
36,000 boxes and 8900 inda, of which 9500 boxes
and 2200 hhds were to the United Mates. Market
at Havana-Noa io to 12 D s 9Xaioj? rf ala pt r
arrobe; Noa 16 to 20 D S UX&IZX male. Molasses
sugar 7Xa8c ror NOB 8 to io. mu.-co vado sogar
fair to good refining 9j?a9Xc; grocery grades
loralie The sogar market has been quiet aa d
weak and quotations barely maintained : business
bas been small and buyers demaud a rednotlon;
the market cioaed doll and unsettled and c nces
slons would have to be made to selL There ls no I
export demand. A farther decline ls certain
unless foreign advices are more favorable. Mo?
lasses flat: clayed 8tf reals per keg; Muscovado
3K reals. Lumber Armer bnt not quotably higher.
Cooperase flat. Turpentine loxc per ID. Tar
dall at $6 per bbl. RO? in In fair demand at $7 per
bbl. Hoops quiet and steady. Freights quh t ;
shippers r?fuse to charter, owing to uu'avo able
advices rrom abroad: small craft in demand for
the United Stages. To Northern and Soathcrn
ports in the United States, per box or tugar, $1;
per hhd of sugar $4a6; per hbd of raulassea $2 60a |
3'?5; to Falmouth and orders"30a36 . Exchange
excited; on United Mares, 60 days, currency, 3^a
3>i premium; short sight 4 >ia5 premium; os dava,
gold, MSlIM premium; short sight i?jia?0 pre?
mium; ou Londou 3l)ia32 premium; on Paris 16a
Weekly Review or the Wilmington
Naval Stores .Harket.
WILMINGTON, August 8.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.- Influenced by the upward
movement in i he Kew York market, our market
has slowly ad vano d throughout the entire week.
On Friday the market opened at 43c; Saturday le
advanced lc; Monday lt was active at saturday's
figures, but closed in the evening strong, and on
Tuesday advanced xe; Wednesday lt runtier
Advanced lc, and to-day (Thursday) closes
firm at 46c. The purchases were principally
made ror export, the speculative mov .
meut being kept down by the advanced
prices. 'J tie receipts for the week. 4.696 bales,
are an increase or about loo bbta over last week;
bat the exports were heavy, and the stock ls re?
duced considerably. The exporta ror the month
ot July were 6470 casks coastwise and 7.no casks
foreign, against 23u6 casks coastwise and 12,619
casks foreign ror the same nerlod ol 1871, and
?904 casks coastwise aod 6243 ca-kB loreign for
tho corresponding mooth or 1870, showing a de
creau-, both coastwise and foreign on 1S71, of
23^5 casks aDd an Increase over 1870 of 453 casks.
ROSIN.-'i he chief features or the market during
the past week have been the lower grades, of j
these, however, strained lus been the ruling
quality, having been free in transactions and ad?
vancing in tendency. On Friday the market
opened at an advauce or loo over the closing quo?
tations of last week.- -since, tbe market has been
firm at the advance, wit h bayera purchasing all
that could be reached In Arst banda No 2 has
been in fair demand, but the limited stock has to
Borne extent restricted its movement. No 1 and
pales retained the advance noted in our last up
to Tuesday, when the market became easier, aud
thc advance waa loai by a similar deciluo. For the
past'day or,so, however, the market has exhlhtted
au Improved reeling, And closes steady, wlih an
advance over last week of about 26c. The receipts
rorthe .veek were 14 725 bbWagalo8tl3,626 bbls ror
last week-an Increase or noo bbls. The ex?
ports wero 16,280 bbls, and'the stock ia market
Istnroand numt era about 80,0?o"ubl3. The " ex?
ports for the month or Joly were 63,281 bbls coast?
wise ard 16,167 bbls foreign, against 3?,305 bbls-J
coastwise, and l?,422:bms foreign ror thei-amen
month or 1871, und 41,683 bbls coastwise and
2811 bbls foreign for the corresponding month of
1870, making the ex ports bot h coastwise and for?
eign.09,438 bbls against 46.727 bbN ror 1871 and
14,491 bbls for 1870, showing a decided lncrepse
aver the two years.
CBUDE, jXrjBPKNTiNE-Bas' .passed through
another week without experiencing any change
sr.quotations. The market has been kept buoyant
by the advance of rosin and spirits turpemine,
and we note an Increased export and consump?
tive demand.-..For >the, pastry or so wehave^
noticed a desire on the" part" or receivers to nd
vance .the market, but.intnls their concerted
?ObrtS have proven a failure, and to-day the mar?
ket closes as lt opened at $2 to for hard, $3 75 ror
pellow dip and'$4"26 .for virgin. The receipts for
:he week were 2808 bbls against 3600 bbls for last
week, a railing oil cf 604 bbls. The exports, both
joastwise anurorelgp' for themoutn or July, were
1141 bbls, against 1305 bola for the sime month or
1871, and 893 bbls for ibe corresponding month or
1870. showing a decrease or 264 bbls over 1871 and
in increase of 248 bbls over 1870.
New York Naval stoi cs .Harket.
Nsw YORK, Augusts.
The Daily Bulletin saya: Receipts to-day 0 Obis
:ru ie turpentine. Spirits turpentine have been
n fair demand, and pride? a trine stronger. Sa'es
226 I bis at 50>ic; 2D0 bbls at, Me; ICU bhls ut & ia
or Southern and;61u51KC fur New York bbls. and
100 New York bbls at &ij.c, the market closing at.
tbout 61c for merchantaoh! order. Strained rosin
ms met a light demand at a slight advance,
adders generally ask $3 60 for good, and $3 75
ms been b d. ?BI -S soo bbls at $3 70; 550 bbN on
private terms, and 3 ;o bbls common at $3 60.
Tar continue* scarce, but scarcely ao Arm as vea
;erday. sales 60 bnta wu m. tigron ar. $4 87 )i.
Pitch very Arm at $3 75, and lo fair Jobbing iu
inlry. Z~..'f. '
Interior Cotton Markets.
CHARLOTTE. August 5.
Oor marke* during the week ruled very dull,
tvlih light sales and prices corre-pon ?lng to tho
.ecent decline at New York and Liverpool. We
juote middling at 20c, low middling 19. and good
ordinary 17. Crop accounts continue to be re?
tarded generally favorable.
ABBEVILLE, August 7.
Very little offering; good gradea would bring
Sew York Rice Market.
_T _ " NEW VOBK, Angnat 8.
The Dally Bolletin saya : The demand ls lair,
with sa'es mainly at fall rates. Some transac?
tions in Carolinas, ont of conditio", have been
closed at very low prices, bur. for prime stock the
market remains strong. The tiles are 160 bags
Rangoon at 8Xa7??c, 100 bags Patna at 7Xa8. '
Weekly Review of the Savannah Cot?
COTTON.-Beyond the receipt of a few bales of tho
new crop there ls very little of interest to note in
the market this week, crop accounts, as pub?
lished in oar country exchanger, say that the
worm pervades' nearly the whole cotton crop of
the Southwest, and in several couatlea in
Middle Georgia are beginning to be developed.
This statement dees not agree with the New
York Flaancial and Commercial Chronicle.
That Journal seems to attach but li"tie Import?
ance to the catei pillar reports, The genuine
caterpillar seldom makes Its appearance In south?
western Georgia, and still less frequently ia the'
midland connues; and when lt does, lt ls generally
in september, and comparatively little damage
reaults. Bnt this year lt makea Its appearance In
July, and ls formidable In August, with wet
weather and a tender and luxuriant crop npon
which to operate, and we think these facts Justify
the grave apprehensions expressed by plantera.
Receipts per Rallroaut, Ausrast 9.
' SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
144 bates cotton, 49 bales goods, 43 bbls rplrlts
turpentine, 133 bbls rosin and spirits, l car s.ock.
To Railroad Agent, 0 Lelbenrood, Whllden &
Jones, Kinsman A Howell, Johnston, Crews A
co, Goldsmith A Son, C F Levy, T M Bristoll,
Campeen A co, M Tr?ese, JeffordB A co, Wagner A
Monsee*, Laure?. Alexander A co, Steffen?, Wer?
ner A Ducker, H BischoirA co, B CN?ll, P0Tren
holm and others.
NORTHS ASTERN RAILROAD.
1 bale cotton, 70 bbls spirits turpentine. 610
bbls rosin, tobacco, lumber, mdse, Ac. To Whll?
den A Jones, Kinsman ? Ho wi ii, Barden A Par?
ker. Mantoae A co, T.H A W Dewets, s K Mar?
shall, T P Smith. Steffens, Werner A Ducker, S O
R R Agent, E Welling, Mrs Hacker, Order, and
CHARLESTON, 8. C.AUGUST 10,1872
Lat aa nett 40 mm aa. seo. | Lorquon* 67 nnn-iTspq
Sehr J P Wyman, Erman, Boston, 10 days-Ice.
To A Gage A co.
Steamship J W E ver man, Morgan, Philadel?
phia- W A Courtenay.
Brig Henry and Louise, Hand, Cork and a mar*
Steamship J W Everman, Morgan, Philadelphia.
Sehr Minnie, Hudson, Jacksonville.
fROM TH1? Pf)KT.
Steamship Gulf stream, Hunter, at Philadel?
phia, August 0.
tILKARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Jarnet, Tilton, at New York, August P.
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
British bark Granton, Rowland, at Liverpool,
The sehr Adolph Hugel, Halse, from George?
town, s C, arrived at New York August 6.
1 he Energy, Oaulkins, for Port Royal, entered
ont wari at Cardiff July 28.
The sohr Oakes Ames, Edmond?, from George?
town, 8 C, arrived at New York August e.
. The British bark Medway, Evans, from Cha rits?
on for London, was off Torbay Joly 22.
IRE PHI!?ADE LFHIA IRON STEAK
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Aro now regularly on the Lino, insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia anc
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Com
panics at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all points In the Cotton States, and
to and from Cincinnati, st. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest. Boston.
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen
tar The GULF STREAM is appointed to'sall
from Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, 16th August, af
4 o'clock P. M.
ESTTae-- Will follow. .
For particulars or Freight arrangements, applj
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. 1J
South Dnlawnre Avenue, Philadelphia.
auglO . . ? .-. V. ?'i
OS NEW YOB'K;
! MSW YORK AND CHARLESTON
E 8 T A B LTBH E D 1846.
The sp] en di ri Sldewheol Steamship JAMES
AUGER, T. jr. Lockwood, Commander, will;
sall (tom Adger's South Wharron SATURDAY, Au?
gust loth, at 10 o'clock Ai M., precisely.
MW The J A MEa ADGER ls handsomely and|oom
fortably fitted up' for passengers, and offers
great inducements to travellers going North.
*W Through Bills or Lading given on cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence, and the New Eng
land manufacturing towns.
For Freight.or.PaBsage Engagements,;apply tc
ajjgM JAMES A POER A Ogg Agents.
p O li N E Vt T O R K .
ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, AT 2
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISH LU 1970.
BTATE-SOOM8 ALL ON DECK.
i The Splendid New Iron sidewheei steamship
IsOUTH CAROLINA, Beckett, commander, will
Bail for New York on WEDNESDAY. 14th Auo-nst,
at 2 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. 2, Union
Through Bills or Lading to Liverpool and the
New England cities aa nauaL
tamma? by Steamers or this Line X percent.
Fer Freight or Passage Engagements, having,
very fine Deck Stateroom accommodations, applj
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 28 Broad street,
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
y OR BALTIMORE,
FREIGHTS RBO??VBD DAILT, AND THROUGB
BILLS LADING ISSUED
^KZSm. TO <*&fS?L
! THE CITIES OP THE, j NORTHWEST. ! ".
The Fine Steamship FAI CON, Haynle, Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on SUNDAY,
nth August, at io o'clock-A. M. ?
MW Philadelphia Freights: forwarded to thai
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional Iqauranc?; and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from'
tho Railroad Depot in Philadelphia. "'.
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL C. TliKNIIOLH,. Agent,
au*?? No. 2 Union Wharves.
Ti O R PLO R IDA,
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR.
Captain L. M. Coxetter, will '""""w - -
Charleston everv TOEHDAY EVBNING. at'bail pas J?
o'clock, tor SAVANNAH, FRRNAJ?DINA?JA?K
SON Vi LLB. PALATKA ANO ALL LANDIN??
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. . A TR A
Returning. DICTATOR will leave PAL AI?, A
TH?RSDAY NIGHT. SAVANNAH SATURDAY MORN?
ING, arnvivlng here same afternoon.
All Way freight must be prepaid..
For Freight or Passage, having splendid ac
commodatlonB, apply ro . .
. RAVENEL A CO., Agents. .
Corner Vanderhorat's Wharf and bast
IDrngs at CDt)0le0aU.
WHY SHAKE AND BURN
CHILLS AND FEVER?
SiLVKB SPRINGS, NBAE oe ALA, FLA;, \
March 1,1871. j -
MESSRS. Down?, MOISE St DAVIS, OHABLBSTOH, .
S. u -Dear Sirs: I regard MOIRE'S FEVER -AND
AGUE PILLS as a certain care, and a blessing to
all living in the malarious districts or the -south,
and particularly lu the everglades or our State.
Very respectfully, yours,
JAS. B. o WENS, M. D.
KiNGSTRKE, S. C., December 31?1870.
MR. B. F. MOISE, CHARLESTON, ts. c.-Dear Slr:
I have used your FEVER AND AG CE PILLS in
my practice this Tall, and have never in the first
Instance rahed to relieve my patients. I have
now frequent calls In my drug store tor them, and
I always recommend them, and With the happiest
resents: I warn that yon may- have the aatis?ac
ti' n or knowing that your "Fever and.nAgue
Pilis" have relieved many under my treatment,
when other medielues that I have tried have
railed todo. Tours, respectfully.-**'^
J. S. BROUKINGTONVM. UT
MEBCATOBS, BARNWELL DIST.; B.Cir,T ;
Joiyia,i87L ' j"
MR. B. F. MOISE-Dear Slr: lu reply to y oaf
question as to what has been the-success or year
FhVhR AN U AO CE PILLS, that ti : ve be*n sold
by ns, we would say as far. ss we know,-they
have given entire satisfaction. We shall continue
to recommend them. ? ,.
Toura, respectfully, . .
W. T. BLANTON & SON".
NEAR GREEN POKO, S. AC. R. Bv) .
No ve m uer ll, 1870. j .
MR. B. F. MOISE-Dear'Slr: I am glad .to aay
your FEVER AND AGUE PILLS are all yon claim
lor them. I have med th?m in my family and on
my place, and In every case tney have proved ef?
fectual ; some of the cases 1 had t .ought chronic. .
as they have lasted over two yea s.' lu n? case
was more than a single box required, and In no
case has the disease returned, ana it ls over taree
months ago since 1 used them. ., / ?o? ..ny
.Yours, AC, WI^SON, .,
QotJRorN'8 DEPOT, N. E. R. R., Septldf?87?
MESSRS. DOWIB, Hoiss Aluvis-airs: I am Ira?
proving in heal tn almost as fast as I tun, laboring v
under different- clj curonlc distases. I took
MOIsE'SFEVER AND AGUI? PIL-LS, agreeaWe to
directions, and find. them..the beat medicine I
have ever taken, and they have made a' complete -
enre of Chilla and Fever on me; and my case was
one ef the worst. - U?TT., a
Your humble ?ferva?t- ' '?**Lt::
Peedee Railroad Bridge Keeper.
They contain no arsenic or poisonous logre
dlents of any kind-nothing lh' the lease degree' .
Injurious to the system under any circumstances '
-and may be administered with perfect safety
toan infant. -.. .'"?? - . ? .TV.t
They never fall to care the most obstinate cae?
when taken aa directed; ? ?.i ? .-.
sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere,
DOWIE. MOIiB 4 UAVJS,: . .
Proprietors and. Wholesale Druggists, . .
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A RELIABLE REMEDY FOR ALL DISEASE OF
THE URINARY ORGANS. . ?,: -|
This is a Solid Extract, and ls r ec ommend ed' es-"
peclally tor Druggists' ann Physician's use in pre- f
sc rip tion s. The quality and unirormstrength ta
'guaranteed. This Extract, ls superior to,c-qpsjjja, .
i and Cubaos, or plain Oil or t-an dal. Unlike most
i preparations of this class, lt does not nauseate, .
, The testimonials of haUdre^i?litftlfc?in^ri::
,vate lire, who have;ueeh cured by'thii'preplaj*';
tlon could be added ; but the proprietor wishes it ".
to stand upon its own merits, au : ?mly asks a'
, single trial to convince the afflicted Of Ita efficacy..' .
Circulars and samples can bo obtained by PhjM
slclanssnappltcatlomtO '.Mrr.m, .^".iBal
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Agents for So. Ca., Charleston, S. 0. ,'? . :
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SIM M O N S'
? This unrivalled Medicine ls warranted not to
contain a single particle of Mercury, or aayfI?
Jarious mineral sobBtauce,.butts. ?.(..("*
. PURELY YEQETABLE. > '\? aij :
. For forty years it T?as proved its great v&loe in
all diseases ot the Liver, Bowels ? unavfttdneya. i
Thousands of the good and great. IQ all parts of
the country vouch for its wonderful and . peculiar
power tn purifying the Blood, stimulating the
torpid Liver and Bowels, and .imparting new lire?'
and vigor to tre whole system. BlkfMONS's
LITER REGULATOR is acknowledged to navo
no eqnal as a
LIVER MEDIOINE. r .
It contalnB four medical ?l?ments, never united'
in the same happy proportion in any other pre?
paration, viz: a gentle Cathartic a wonderful:
Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative and a car;
tain Corrective or aa impurities of the body. ?
Buch signal success bas attended its use that lt ls?
now regarded aa tho r '\? '.'
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC %\
for Liver complaint ned the painful offspring
thereor, to wit: Dy-pepSla, Constipation,' Jaun?
dice, Bilious attacks, Sick' Headache, - colrc; De?
pression of Spirits, sour stomach, Heart Bora,
Ac, Ac : .. ..f'l.i ?'Uv. .. .. Bj
j iRegui?te theLlver-and prevent rjs 1.i..
i CHURLS AND FEVER;^"""'^-''"*^1
SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR'' *"7;' VTn; : " -
. Is manufactured OBtyt'tiy''1 uifa '*? <?'
t .-..-. . ii J.fl:?!?ftTN*'COv;j"'
'-'Macon. Ga., and Philadelphia.- "
' PRICK- ?l per package; sent by- mall, postage?
paid, $i 25. Prepared ready for nae In bo-ties, ?
$160. , . . . tl cns tiri - . f
\ . SOLD BY ALL DRr/OGISTS.
S3- Beware or all counterfeits and imita?
tions.' _ ..',";",' , ,. ang8-thstnPAw6mOB '
AEE YOU A BANKRUPT V DO NOT
reseut i his question, reader. Ic ls not aa
impertinence. We have no right to Inquire into
your business amirs, ant don't Intend to. Buc
are yon bankrupt in health ? lt so. recruit, regu
late.and renovate your Insolvent system with
Tarran t's KOVrvesrcnt Stluer Aperient.
Turn Its reserves nt. Jaient strength and vitality
Into active, vita capital with that most agreeabia
or all tonics,: that mildest of.evacuauts, taat inoat
genlalor Btomaclilcs, that.most salucr.ous ofex
hilarants. It pats dyspepsia and btllorwnes8^to~?
flight, cures constipation, braces the nerves- *
Clears the bram, and rerresbes. reanimates ?n?
panfles tho whole physique. - Sold by sll drui