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I am COD quered, you Bay-let ns see,
Strong man w;;n the long yellow hair !
Strong mao with the steady regard !
Let os see what these conquests are.
Have yon captured the Ure or my eyes,
Which can burn np simms nice the leaves ?
Have yen taken the Bmlle o? my month.
That enchants where it most deceives ?
Have you leagnered the wit in my brain,
fne wit in which all things dissolve?
Have yon bound up the cry in my throat,
Theery t hat mases cowards resolvev
Have yon torn out the charm from my bosom.
That whosoe'er'* head has there ?am
Arab, Snanlard, Italian or German
He abandons me never again .
You have oroken my sword, not my power
Yon Samson with long ye.low hair !
I win send out a thought 'mid the millions,
And the King?, and nc: 1 shall despair.
Elz po ru.
NBW Yon*-Fer steamship Manhattan-1215
bales upland cotton, 4 bags sea island cotton, 52
bois flour, 5? sacks dried irait, 4S empty barrels,
18 bales domestics, 49 packages snndnes.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Sal vor-483 bales
cotton, 242 bf ls rosin, 38 bales yarns and domes
. tics, 82 old car wheels, and sundries.
B A LTi M 0 ' ; i-Per sehr J H Stickney-360 tons
phosphate rock. . " -
PKOVIBCTE, R I-Per brig Henry C Brooks
. 110,138 feet sooring boards.
The Charley toi? Calton. Klee Md Naval
Om? CHARLESTON NEWS, )
S AT PBD AT .EVEN INO, September 17,1870. J
COTTON*.-This article was depressed and prices
had a detuning tendency, the rates falling off
about ??c ft rb. Sales about 360 bales, say l at
14?: 5 at 16; 14 at le.'i; 12 at 16?,'; 109 at 16>;;
s at Mia H Hj6jfj ; SS at 17; 0O at 17 ii' 10 at
17)?c. we quote:
Ordinary to g Md ordinary.14 @16
Rics.-The transactions were 23 tierces of good
clean Carolina at Sr.'c.
NAVAL STORES.-There was no business of note
In these articles.
FREIGHTS.-TO Liverpool, by steam direct
nominal; via New Yerk, T-l6d on uplands,
no ed oe sea islands ; by sail s d on up?
land?, Md on sea islanes. To Havre nominal.
Coastwise-to New York, by steam, *ic on up?
lands and % c on sea IslandB; $150 ft tierce on rice;
by sail, Xe on cotton; $i M fi tierce on rice; 40c
* barrel on rosin; $7@8 ft M OD lumber; $9^10
fi M on timber. To Boston, by sail, ???c ft ft
on upland cotton.' To Providence. $8 fl M on
boards, Xe ?fi lb on cotton. To Philadelphia, by
steam, >?c ft rb on uplands; by sall, $7 fl Mon
boards; $9 on timber; $3 fi ton on clay, and $S@
60 on phosphates. To Baltimore, by Steam, tja
ft ntV by sill, $6 50@7 ft M on boards; $3 fr ton
on phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand by
our merchants to take lumber freights from
Georgetown, s. C., Darien and Sat?la River, Ga.
and Jacksonville, Fla, to Northern portB, and $10
@12 fi M are the rates oe lumber and boards.
EACHANGK. -Sterling 60 day bills nominal.
DOMESTIC Hi cuAXGE.-The banks purchase sigh:
checks at par, And sell at premium. Outside
they purchase a: par, and sell at premium.
?ark et? by. Te le gr a pb,
LONDOK, seF?a?>er 1^~l??on.-Consols 92'?.
Bonds 60. Turpentine firmer at 27sa?7a ed.
Afternoon.-Consols 92>i Bonds 90. -
LIVERPOOL, September 17-Noon.-Cotton qnlet;
npiands 9?d; Orleans 9&d; eales 10,000 bales.
Breadsto??flrni. Wheat fina, ECar&sM.
Afternoon,-Cotton dull; uplands 9,S'd; Or?
leans 9/;d; sales 8000 bales, ia cl ad Lng export
and sp?culation. Pork nominal at 117s 6d,
NEW TOBE, September 17.-Noon.-Stocks ac?
tiva Gold, IA Money 5a6 per cenu Exchange,
long 9V; Bhort iOH- Bonds 12K. Flour 5c bet?
ter. wt>cat ic better. Corn a shade firmer. Pork
$20 26. Lard dnlL Cotton doll and heavy; up?
lands 19'-ic; Orleans 19 J? c; sales 660 bales. Tur?
pentine very quiet at 39>?a40c. Rosin doll at r-c-a
Evening.-Money easier, sterling nominal
Gold uai4,v Governments very firm; few trans
actions and prices unchanged. Southerns dull;
no'important change?. The bank statement
snows loans have decreased nearly $3,600,000;
specie decreased nearly $2,260,000; deposits de?
creased nearly $3,600,000; circulation decreased a
trifle; legal tenders m creased nearly $1,000,000.
Cotton irregular and declining; sales SSO bales;
npiands 19)?c ^Flour, State ind Western super?
fine $? 85aS 05. Wheat in fair demand for export,
nilling and speculation; winter red and amber
Western $134al 87. Corn S4a?6?c. Pork dull and
heavy at $26. Beef quiet. Lard dui!. Groceries
qnlet. Naval Stores dull. Freights a shade
, firmer. .
BOSTON, September 17.-Cotton dull and lower;
middling 20c; sales 200 bales; net receipts coast?
wise 425; Stock. 3500.
BALTIMORE, September 17.-Cotton dull and de?
clining; middlings ty&e; sales eo bales; net re?
ceipts 20; coastwise 43; total 65; exports coast?
wise 60; stock 1098.
CINCINNATI, September 17_Flour firm at $5 40a
6 60. Cora firm'at 70a72c. Whiskey dull and
nommai. Pork dull and holders anxioos at $26a
2826'. Lard 15c. Bacon in fair demand and lower:
shordders l4>?c; clear sides 17}fc.
LOUISVILLE, September 17.-Flour and corn un?
changed. Mess pork $2C-,Btc3i'jersl4 '?'c. Whiskey
NORTOIX, September 17.-Cotton unchange*.;
low mldCing J7>ic*> net receipts 223 bales; exports
Coastwise "&i ; stock ill. *
AtdcWA, September 17.-Cotton*opened with a
fair demand, and the accounts from New York
and Liverpool coming in unfavorable, - buyers
showed lltue or no disposition to operate. Bow
' ever, there, were some sales of middling made at
is vc ' At the clore of the market buyers offered
164?C We omit the closing price, as correct quo?
tations cannot be given. The market closed dull
and drooping. Sales 646 bales ; receipts 591.
SAVANNAH; September 17.-Cotton easier, but
" not lower; middlings l7*?al7Kc; sales 200 bales;
' net-receipt? 1347; exports coastwise 6; stock 6036.
MOBILE, September 17.-Cotton dull; middling
17Mo; sales loo bales; net receipts 326; exports
coastwise 6; stock 10,286.
- GitVESTON, September 17.-Cotton dnll and
nominal; good ordinary i?V; net receipts 111
bales; stock 4551.
Nsw ORLEANS, September 17.-Cotton less ac?
tive and prices maintained; middling 17j?al8*
sales 1300 bales; net receipts 688; exports coast?
wise s ; stock 18.194. Sugar, molasses, coffee and
whiskey unchanged, sterling 25x; sight x pre?
mium; gold 133?'.
Sm'th, Edwards diCo.'s Monthly Cotton
LIVERPOOL, September 1.-The' tone or the
market during the past month has been general?
ly strong, and an advance in prices-bas been es
lished equal to nearly ld per pound.
At the date of our last report the&first rally had
oc?uxred from the Intense depresi?n of the war
panic; middling Orleans, after toncalng Tva on
th jspot, had improved to 8^d,and fair Dhotlerah
from 6d to tao. During the first rew days or Au
gnBt the feeling of gloom returned; rallnres were
numerous, and. many people dreaded a worse
crisis than had yet been witnessed;prices relapsed
Md, and middling Orleans went back to 8d per
lb. An entire and most welcome change how?
ever, came over oar market on Monday, the 8th
ultimo On that day news reached us of a succeF
slon of gTeat German vlctor.es, which caused the
yrowth or a sanguine feeling that the war would
cot last long.
A very large demand for cotton immediately
.started np in our market, and for several days
the sales were 16,000 to 20,000 bales per day, and
prices ran np ld per ponnd, bringing middling
Orleans to 9d, and fair Dhollerahto 7d per pound.
Buyers lound a great scarcity of cotton ?Hering
as most of the bankrupt ? stock held by banks,
broker? and others, was taken off the market, the
iolden thinking they saw a prospect of recover?
ing a good part of their loss. A loll occurred for
two or three days after this excitement, but the
upward moTemeat was resumed next week with
The highest point of our market was reached on
^?^H??/*1 JAu,8?attwnen ?nwdiing Orleans
tOO?Mi 9J?d. and ralr fahollerah iva per ft, er
??*b?&??23?! aB?J*dta tbfother above
tme lowest point tonohed In the crisis These
prices, however, still felt sh -rt by lt per ft TS5
Slft^ZXLi?n*0")* o? Wfand taon?h
laey aided wonderfanj m Improvins; the nonltinn
4>i weak holden, and facBltailng inf aaj?nt
of bankrupt estates, they dW not relieve the cot
.ton interest generally from the burden of a heavy
loss. Tue improwent, nowev?.. :vas griyiter
and more-rapid than any one had expected and
fears were expressed toat the pubue mind was
airain becomlo?too sanguine.
The Broapectai'of our marfeec mrn ohl?By upon
the)anratlon of tue war on rte Continent, and lt
is impossible for any one 'to forecast its coarse.
The prevaUinK impression la this country is that
lt will be a short one, and that the Germans, by
ice overpowering weight of their armies and ex?
cellent organization, will force the French to suc
camb and sue for peace. There ls no doubt that
me tide of war has hitherto run strongly In their
favor, and lt would nea surprise any one to hear
of further. German, victories, which would bring
their conquering armies to Baris; and lt seems by
no means. Improbable that they will dictate a
peace at the French capita!.
On the other hand, it mnst be remembered that
time ia working in favor of the French; they are
strenuously applying themselves to raise fresh
forces, and will soon have armies on foot walch
may be able to cope with the Germans, if thev
can only keep them at bay for a few weeks, and,
therefore, li any serious reverse befell the Ger?
man arms, the aspect of the war wonld eniireiy
change. There seems little donbt that the spirit
of the French people is fully roused, and that
they will mate gigantic effortsio expel the inva?
ders, and there does not seem as yet any sign of
a wish or intention to treat for peace. We fear
that a settlement ls further off than most people
think, and unless the Germans gain decisive suc?
cess in the next few weeks, we will be prepared
for a continued and Increasingly bloody war. It
is strongly tn be hoped, however, that the neutral
canons of Europe will bring a combined pressure
to bear upon the combatants with a view to
peace, and we think the best hope of a settlement
comes from that quarter. There seems no dispo?
sition among any of the neutrals to take sides,
acd the general feeling ls one of sadness at the
horrible butchery that 1B going on.
It is obvious to any one that a prolonged war
will ruin both countries; for the scale upon which
armies are now kept np, and the deadly nature of
modern arma, make the havoc far greater than In
former times. Sorely this consideration, and a
sense or common humanity, not to speak of the
claims of the christian religion, will lead to some
plan of settlement, and we hope that through the
friendly Intervention of. the neutral powers, If
not by the exhaustion or one or the combatants,
a way or settling this deplorable quarrel may be
found ere long. We confess, however, that we
are not too sanguine, and lt is well to bear in mind
The possibility of a long continuance of this
dreadful war, and also the risk thai its area may
Turning to thc supply of cotton available for
this year, the position of the market appears
sound, even with the continuance of the war.
We annex a statement giving an estimate of sup?
ply for Great Britain to 3,st December, as com?
pared with last year, and lt seems that we have
scarcely so much cotton to work upon. The total
supple is 1,620,000 bale?, against i,G*l,ooo last
year. Allowing the consumption, as supplied
from Liverpool and London, to be 53,000 bales per
week till the end of the year, against 50,000 bales
same time lan year, and the exports to be 12.000
baie*, against 17,500 bales last year, we are left
with a total stock in both ports of 450,000 bal^s,
against 460,ooo bales last year.
When we consider that the average price of
middllnjr Orleans In the last four mohths of i860
was 12,S'd p?r pound, and of fair Dhollerah 9?,'d
j per pound, t ar present values of 9-?d and 7,'4d
appear n ^derate. Of course circumstances in
other respecs are very different. We had then
profound peace and no fear or war; now we have
a terrible conflagration going on almo-t within,
sight of our ?hores. Then we had no indea that
America could grow so much cotton. The favo
rite estimate at this time last year was 2,800,000
bales, but we know the result was about 3.100,000
bales, and the general e\pectatlon ls that the
next crop will exceed the last. We think these
circumstances quite account for this reduotion in
price, but they do not j . Btlfy any further fall, for
we cannot in any case have more than a mode?
rate supply to the end of this ypar, and if there
should be an early peace our supply would scarce?
ly be sufficient. Oar stock or American, in par?
ticular. mest run very iow, and lt is probable
that during October and November spinners will
th- ?1.71*1 d'rccui: to supply themselves with
the better grades.
Looking further ahead into next vear, however
the prospect again changes. we continue to re'
ce.ve very favorable accounts of the progress of
the growing crop In America,' and public opinion
In that country is settling down upon three and a
nan ?T^i1009113 Pr?hable for next year. Of course
this presnppcf? 2 'notable picking season, ami
the prospect may be mncil changed for the worst
ir bad weather occurs. Still the gSS^ra1 outlook
for nex ty ear is one of aon'P'i'.St cotted s?*vo!v: |
and should this unhappy war continue. England
will receive much more than her usual share of
the crop: for the requirements of the continent
will be Much less. Indeed, lt might easily hap?
pen that we had a glamor cotton, as in large cr?p
pears beiore, inc American wir.
Should peace be spiedily restored, this prospect
ff?uld be somewnat altered; but even then thc
.rade and consuming power ot the continent
would be crlpp ed, especially that of France: for
we fear that much Internal trouble ls in store for
that country before the corruption of the empire
ls swept away. With this outlook ahead, lt will
be unsafe for our market to advance much during
th*' next few months; and it seems more likely
that prices will remain about their present level.
ESTIMATE OK SVPrLY TO DECEMBER, AS COM TARED
" WITH LAST YEA?.
Stock in Liverpool, all
kind', 26th August.... 524,0.0 24 S. OOO
Stock In London, all kinds,
28th August. 26,000 23,000
Import of American, 2f:h
Angus", to 3lstDec'r.?36.000 ?61,000
Import of East India. 514,000 677,000
Import of Brazil, Egyptian.
AC. 220,000 262,000
Total Supply.1,620,000 1,671,000
Bales. Fer week.
trade.53,000 TraOe about 50,000
export.12,000 Expon .. 17,500
18 weeks (per
Est'd stock 3l6t Dec.
Our est. mate of the import for the remainder o?
the year is made up as follows : In American we
add to last y ear's import the excess now afloat, sav
25.000 bales, and for additional shipments doe
this year, 60,000 bales. We trunk this Increase
probable in consequence of the larger stock of
old cotton carried over in America, and the
smaller demand for new crop that will be expe?
rienced for thc Continent at the opening of the
season. In Eas: Indian, to the figures now afloat
to Great Britain, .say 414,000 bales for August
clearances, vii Cape, from Calcutta, Madras, i.e.,
not included In the present figures afloat, and for
September and October shipments from Bombay,
by the Canal. We think this allowance liberal, as
there is at present very ll. tie cotton coming by
canal, nor viU there be much for eenie time yet.
Brazil, Egyptian, Ac, we estimate at 2:0000
against 202,000 bales, aa the crops this year'are
considerably less than last,
BOSTON, September 14.-COFFBB.-The trade
are purchasing only in small lots and very little
has been done. Java has been selling at 2i?ja
22C, gold; and Rio at l?^aisc. Shipments of St.
Domingo continue to be made to Europe about as
last as received. No Mocha here.
COTTON.-The demand for cotton is almost ex
elusively for the better grades, and prices con?
tinue to be well sustained for all grades above
?rood ordinary, bnt other kinds are dull and ne?
glected and oannot be Bold except at concessions,
we quote ordinary at 14al5c; good ordlnarv at
l6Xal7c; low middlings I9a20c, and middling
20a21c per lb, including uplands and Gulf. The
lemana from manufacturers is steady, and prices
ire well sustain- d at the close for e a nigh grades.
DoKSSTics.-In cotton goods there bas been
quite an active trade, and the market ls steady
ind firm and the business quite satisfactory.
(Voollens are In better demand and the market ls
gradually improving. The production ls now
nuch smaller than for some time past, a large
lumber of mills having been compelled to stop
>n account of the low state of the streams, and
?applies or goods are likely to be sold up closer
.han for some previous years. The prospects of
:he trade are quite encouraging for a good de
mund aud remunerative prices.
GUNNY BAGS.-The market for gunny bags has 11
oeen quiet since our last, and prices are nominal
ly 20a22c, currency..
GUNNY CLOTH.-This article has become more
active, but prices remain without improvement
Bales of 800a900 bales at 29,sa30xc, mostly at80c:
JV. 260C rolls of domestic at 29>?a3l)ic per lb,'
:urrency. Borneo cloth ls held at 3i)ic, cur
HAY.-With more abundant receipts the mar?
get is not so firm. The sales of Eastern and
Northern have been at $29*30 per ton, as to qualty.
NAVAL SToaaa-In spirits turpentine there
lave been smaU sales at 40a4lo per gal. Tar ls
lulj, with sales of 290 bbls Wilmington at $2 50
>er bbl and small lots at an advance on this price,
losin and pitch have been quiet, and no sales of
RICE.-The market is quiet for this article, and
be stock isrno much reduced that the iransac- I J
ions have been of no importance.
The New York Rice Market.
From the Dally Bulletin, September 15: The
lemand to day has been very hghfrf and the mar
tsnshows a slack, unsatisfactory tone. Former
ates are carrent, but evidently supported with
nfflculty. Sales of 100 hags Rangoon at 7>ia7Xc
Kl*m the Jonr?al or Commerce: Rice remains
without change. The demand from the trade is
i?deraS?"the offerings are light. We notice
lalea of ito bags Rangoon at IX&Mc
'?e Times, September 15: Rice has been
? hrTT^ndwith ralner *<*r offerings.
SfSViM^LV1T** advantage. The
^la?TftB^l?*,*,B* Cuba will not
H? j'iv an m uti oe ober t or emu further notw
.pentes Injuriously on v?luw"rtaunta!*
he recent free purchases vor the oSSa market
erne lots are belogen offered here^S?!
00 hags prime w*?e placed to-day at M^S?E'
;old, in bond, per 100 lbs. 3 *3 37J?C>
From tho Dally Bulletin, September ie- Thp
aarketcontinues dull, the movement coverlid
nly small lots as wanted by the trade and Dtlc"?
re a little weak, though a positive decline can
hardly be quoted. Sales of 150- bags Rangoon at
7)?a7*?c. Carolina common to good, per cwt.,
$8. 3.0*8.76;. do. prime to fancv do $8 82**9 ;
Rangoon per pound 7a>ic; Rangoon, goUKln
bond, do 3\aS V-'
.i From the Journal of- Comme-ce: The market
Tor Rangoon is a shade easier, owing to the post?
ponement of the date at which the new Cuban
tariff is to take effect. Several lots are now offer?
ing for sale which were intended for shipment,
.w? quote lots in bond at 3%a~x, goid, and lots
duty paid at 7*a'?c, currency.
New York Naval Stores Market.
From the Journal of Commerce, September 16:
Spirits turpentine is easier, owing to a better
supply and iess favorable foreign market. Sales
are no bbls in merchantable order on wharf at
40a40Kc, closing at39*a40c in yard, the higher
price for lull lots, and 40con wharr. Rosins-the
demand ls for small lots of good grades for local
uce at steady prices. Strained In small lots ls
?offered at $l$0al 95, with cargo lota difficult to
obtain at the higher figure. Sales are ooo bbls
good strained and Ko. 2. at $210; 160 bbls pale at
$4. We quote Ko. 2, at $210a2 30; No 1, $2 50a3;
pile $3 25a4 50; extra pale $5a6 50; the latter price
for small lots. Tar is quiet; the last sales were at
$255 for Wilmington.
New York Sagar Market.
From the Journal of Commerce, September 16:
The market for raw ls strong, with a good busi?
ness doing.:.The features of the market are the
same as those noted during the past few days.
We quote fair refining at 9?a9?c; good at 9?a
BJfc, and No. 12 box at 10}?c. The sales are 1500
hhds at 9a9Jic for, Cuba; lOall for Porto Rico,
and 1500 boxes Havana on private terras. For
refined there ls a fair demand at. steady prlceB.
We quote soft yellow at Uiial2?4c; sort white at
12S'al2%c, and crushed, powdered and .gruudu
lated at i3>ial3}jC. 1
WILMINGTON*. September 17.-TURPENTINE
Is 5al0c lower, and we quote sales of 180 bbls at
$2 50 Jor soft, and $1 25 for hard, per 280 lbs.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE- Has declined a shade, and
238 bbls changed hands at 36>ic per gallon for
ROSIN.-359 bus sold at $1 50 for strained, and
$3 for No. L
TAH.-H bbls sold a: $150 per bbl.
NASHVILLE, September 15.-COTTON.-The
market to day was doll and weak, the outside
figure being reduced fully &c. We quote as fol?
lows: Inferior, Sall; ordinary, I2*al3)?; good
ordinary, I4>?al5>?; low middling, I0al6>?cts.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1870. 2,201
Received to-day. 12
Received previously. 283- 295
Shipped to-day. 44
Shipped previously.. 468- 512
Stock on hand. l,9S4
FLOCK.-Market quiet. We quote as follows:
Superfine $6; extra $5 25: family $6; fancy st.
CORN.-We quote at 70aT5c per bushel from
wagon, and 95ca$l sacked and delivered in depot.
WHEAT.-Receipts fair, and sales to-day on the
following basis: Mediterranean 76aS0c; red 80a
90c: amber 95c$l; white $ial 05.
0.vre.~We quote af35a40c buying from wagons,
BARLEY.-Sales from wagon to-day of 600 bush
els at 65c.
MONTGOMERY, September 16.-Cotton, de?
mand good and firm at ie:?al6'?c for low mid?
COT ros STATEMENT.
Stock on hand September 1, 1670.... 1,575
Received past week.1.044
Received previously,. 3S0- 1,424
Shipped post week. 1.121 .
Shipped previously.,, 391- 1.512
Stock on ham: September 35,1670. 1,487
^golnmbm Market. * BST** |
COLUMBUS, September lt'..-Our m?rket?pened
brisk on b"t ter grades, but was quiet and weak
after 12 M. ; sales 263 hales at the following cur?
rent quotations: or mary nominal; good ordi?
nary 15*ai5.Vc: low middling MlfalStfc; raid?
diing lO^airc. Sales of the week 873 bales-300
on European orders, S Northern account, 543 ror
Northern pinners, 22 /?r Jjvme consumption.
Week's receipts nw tales, agatfiBt 375 the pre?
vious one, and 2142 thc corresponding week of
last season. Shipments 791 bales.
Stock on hand September 1, 1870. 1,572
Received past week.?104
Shipped past week.791
Stock on hand September 16,1870.1.580
On the week the stock has increased 213 bales.
GEORGETOWN, September 15.-COTTON.-Sa les
of 2 bales this week at from 15 to 16 cents per lb.
We o.uote from 15 to 20 cents per lb.
Ci RN.-Arriving freely and retailing at $1 30
per bushel for prime white and $1 24 for yellow.
TIMBER-Arriving slowly; market depressed.
Stock on hand 2?00 sticks, unsold. We quote 5 to
TERPENTINE.-Virgin dip $2 50; yellow dip $2 25;
scrape or hard $1 to (1 25 per bbl. of 280 IbE.
to the bbl.
SPIRITS TCRPENTINE.-Per gallon 34 cents.
TAR.-Per bbl., retail, $3,
Interior Cotton Markets.
ORANGEBURG, September 16-Cotton, sales
during the week 155 bales. We quote ordinary
14al6c; low middling 15,'?'c; middling UJiC.
CHARLOTTE. September 16.-Sales to-day
about 18-bales, mostly new cotton. We quote
low middlings at 1? .? cts; market weaker.
MACON, September 16.-Receipts to-day 610
bales; sales 407; shipped 537. The market was
quiet all day, and prices of yesterday were barely
maintained. It closed weak this evening at ic*.
ATLANTA, September lo.-The market closed
at 17c for middling; 15c for low middling; 14o for
good ordinary; 13c for ordinary.
Receipts hy Railroad, September 17.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1202 bales cotton, 5 bales domestics, 9 bbls na?
val stores, 124 bags rough rice, 1S2 sacks wheat.
10 hhds bacon. To G H Walter A co. Pelzer, Rod?
gers lt co, Mowry A Son, Reeder A Da' is, Clag
horn, Herring A co, W C Bee A co, A salinas, J
R Pringle A Son, Dowling & co, Frast & Adger, G
,W Williams A co, w w smith. Wagen er A Mur
dangii. W B Williams A Son. SUan A Selgnious,
G w Witte, and Railroad Agent.
NORTH BASTERS RAILROAD.
ifll bales cotton, 139 bbls naval stores, cars
lumber, boxes tobacco, mdse, Ac. To J R Prin?
gle A Son, G W Williams A co, D C Ebaugh, Frost
A Adger, E Welling, lngraham A Son, A J Sali?
nas, Walter A co, T P smith, Mowry A Son. Cald?
well A Son. Graeser A Smith. W K Ryan, G FoUln,
?Reeder A Davis, Cleghorn, Herring A co. H Bis?
choff A co, Steffens, Werner A Ducker, B Boyd, A
williamson, J Bradley, and Railroad Agent.,
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
48 bales cotton, 1 car shingles, 1 car lumber, 13
cars wood, mdse, and Uve stock. To J A May, W
P Dowling A co, Wagener A Mnrdaugh, J A Ens
low A co, W C Courtney A co, Kinsman A Howell,
Fraser A Dill. Railroad Agent, p G HaselL. H Bis?
choff A co, W M Lawton. J R Pringle A Son, E J
WIBS A co, and J G and H O.Martin.
Per steamship Manhattan, for New York-Miss
Wood, Mrs Tanlunson, Mrs M Clear, J Gadsden, S
Sampson, Mrs Hunneken and child, Mrs W Dan?
iels, Miss Rosa Cooper, Miss J Markley, Mrs T
Markley, Mrs M Burns, Mrs McGuire, Miss M Kerr,
Miss LR Read, Miss S E Brown, A G Penible, Mrs
L MertenB, L W White, P Dolan. G W Parketon. J
B Peck, F Schutz, R Smith, G F Hendricks, Col E
W Bradley, and 6 steerage.
Per steamship South Carolin A from New York
ill W Fredericks, T J Gleason, Augusta J Crlstello,
W Hlnson, A Lusher, J Fruraanski, W Goodwin,
F Backus, J R Warren, T Kohn. L Kohn, 8 Ire?
land, Idlss C Moise, C H Moise, J Ireland. O Ryan,
El Brnning, H Servis, L Hutchinson, Mr Roddy.
Kr Smith, and Miss Booth.
Per steamer Dictator. IromPalatka via Jack?
sonville. Fernandina and Savannah-Mrs M Dot
terer. Miss A Dptterer, J 8 Drlggs, M W Dreen, D
P Smith, W c Livingston, T F Winn, C P Shaffer,
H H Hoegg, and 6 deck.
Per Bteamer Emilie, from Georgetown, Ac
Mr Wilson, S Sampson, Mr Grome, Dr W A Deas,
Miss M A Deas.
Per steamer Starlight, from Beaufort. Pacific
Landing and Edlsto-Miss Nora Fitzgerald and
servant, W Johnson, E P Crouch, J Rumley, S L
Blackwell, and 15 deck.
First Quarter. 2d, 8 hours. 38 minutes, morning,
Full Moon, 9th, 4 hours, 51 minutes, evening.
Last tiuarter, 17 th, 8 hours, io minutes, evening.
New Moon, 25th. 1 hour, 14 minutes, morning.
Monday. 5.. 48
R. * 5.
J H ARLESTON, B.C., SEPT'R 19
. . ARRIVED SATURDAY.
Steamer Dictator. McMillan, Palatka, via Jack.
.nvlile, Fernandina and Savannah." 16 bales up.
wd cotton, 3 bales -ea Island cotton, mdse, Ac
'0 J D Aiken A co, G W Witte, G H lngraham A
Son, E R White, Pinckney Bros, J.B-B Sloan,-WB
Williams y Son, ami Kinsman A Howell.
! Steamer Emilie,WhlfVGe?rget?wn. SC. 2?
tierces rico, mdse and sundries. Tb Sharkeirord
A Kelly, Jeffords * co, Mrs E P Guerard, Mrs B. F
Hoger, A Pudlgon, E Ball, Mrs C J,Walker, Came?
ron, Barkley A co, Thurston A Hdlmea, J R Prin
Sle A Son, Holmes ft Macbeth, J E Adger * co. ;W
Courtney A oo, and others.
Sloop Isabel, from Ashepoo. 1725 bushels rough
rice. To L D DeSaussure.
Hoop R E Iee, from Cooper River. 600 bushels
rough rice. To W c Bee A co.
Sloop Greenlea/, from Christ Church. 6 bales
upland cotton. To Gaillard A Minott.
Sloop Jack, from Russell Creek Mills, Edisto. 2
bales cotton. To Fraser A Dill, and Ravenel A co.
: Boat from Christ Church. 1 tale upland cot?
ton. To W Gurney.
Steamship South Carolina Adkins, Xew York
left 16th Inst. Mdse. To Wagner, Huger A co,
W A Courtenay, J E Adger A co, Southern Ex?
press Companv, S C Railroad Agent, J D Aiken
A co, D A Amme, Dr H Baer, E Baker A co, W C
Bee & co, E E Bedford, W M Bird k co, Blum 4
Miller, H Bischoff k co, S Brown, E F Brown, C D
Brahe A co, T M Bristoll k co, R Caldwell k co, W
H Cbafee A co, Cameron, Bartley k co, Charles?
ton Hotel, H Cobla k co. J Commins. G H Cornel
son, Clacus A Witte, L Cohen A co, N A Cohen, H
Daly, Dow le, Moise A Davis, M Drake, L Ellas, J S
Fairly A co, B Feldmann k co, A D Fleming, D F
Fleming A co, Forsytbe, Mccomb k co, Furcngott.
'lenedlct 4 co. H Gerdts 4 co, D Goldstein, A G
Goodwin, Goodrich, Wlneman A co. Granltevllle
Manufacturing Company, Hart k co, A H Hay?
den, Holmes 4 Calder T M Horsey k Bro, S Jan
covich, J s Hager, N A Hunt, W Hunt. ? H Jack?
son, M Jaretzky, Jeffords 4 co. Johnston, Crews
4 co, Kanapanx 4 Gonzales, C Kerrison, Kinsman
4 Howell, H Klatt? 4 co, Rllnck, Wickenberg 4
co, Kriete 4 ChapT.an, Laurey A Alexander, J H
Lawton 4 co, Lengnick, Sell 4 Foster, E J Lewith,
J H Lopez, G J Luhn, Mantoue 4 co, w Mancher,
5 R Marshall, McLoy 4 Rice, J G Mllnor 4 co, W.
A Mehrtens, Norris A Baldwin, J C OJemann, J F
O'Neill A Son, B O'Neill, D O'Neill 4 Son, Palmetto.
Pioneer Co-operative Association, Paul, Welch A
Brandes, D Paul 4 co, E Perry, Pelzer, R?dgen 4
co, 0 P Poppenhelm, J A Quackenbush, W P Rus?
sell, J Rnghelmer, A Seckendorff, W Schroder, E ?
Scott, W Steele, Steffens, Werner 4 Docker, Sten?
house 4 co, E B Stoddard. 4 co, Stol!, Webb A co.
R Thomllnson, S Thompson 4 co, E F Torck, F
von Santen, p Walsh, Waiker, EvanB 4 Cogswell,
G H Waiter 4 co, W L Webb, S H Wilson, J. Wlrth
4 co, w j Cat?s, Zogttaum, Young 4 co, E. Bates
4 co, F C Borner, G A Bowman, J Burke A Son, J
Buldge, Jr. J A Blake, H T Brown, K G Chlsolm, J
Campsen 4 co, Crane, Bojlston A co, I L Falk, M
Garfunkle, T R Grassier, P L Gulllemln, H Hahn.
A J Harris, c Hickey, Holmes' Book House, Kins?
man Bros, I Hyman A co, F Kressel, Jr, A Langer,
L Lorentz, M M A R J Lown, J Marlon, R Watson,
Mrs M Martin, W MAtthlessen, Marshall A Barge,
W Knobeloch, B K Neuf ville, Dr N L North, North,
Steele A Wardell w F Paddon, Rev Dr Palmer, J
R Pringle 4 Son, F S Redkopt, P Reilly, Mrs W F
Sharpe. A R Stillman, Schaffer Bros, H Slender 4
co, J W Tarbox, M A Tannlunson. J F Taylor A
co, J Thomson & co, P P Toale, A L Tyler, Wage?
ner 4 Monsees, W L Webt), R Wing, Bull, Scoville
4 Pike, order, and others. On saturday, 17th,
off Cape Lookout, 5:10 P M. met steamship Clyde.
Steamship Maryland, Johnson. Baltimore-len
l&th instant, 6 P M. Mdse. To Mordecai 4 co, P
C iTrcnholm, H Gerdts 4 co, H Schroder, Man?
toue A co. E Bates 4 co, RH McDowell, J A Jones,
Baldwin Bros, Pelzer, R?dgen A co, w H Chafee
I A co, Kinsmen Bros. Mordecai 4 co, Maller A
Wieten, Steffens, Werner A Backer, W Marscher,
Stiles A Jennings, Atlantic Mntnal Insurance
Company, W H Boring. R Caldwell, A J Salinas.
M Leibner, Stenhouse A co. Reeder A Davis, P J
Brown, A R Taft A co, C Kerrison. Shackelford 4
Kelly, W H Boring. J w ilev A co, B Graham, C D
Brahe A co, and othen.
Sehr Ralph Carlton, Cartis. Rockport, Me-sailed
3d Inst. Lime and hay. To Olney A Son. Has
been to leward of the bar for the past week.
Sehr Enchantress. Phillipp. Savannah. Lum?
ber. To W Roach A co. Bound to Providence,
ami put Into this port leaking badly.
Steamer Starlight, Coste, Beaufort, Pacific
Landing and EdUto. s bales sea Island cotton,
70 packages sundries. To J D Aiken A co, Klinck,
Wickenberg * co. F Kressel, H Klatte A co, Mn
H Harrison, H Gerdts A co. J R Marshal), Charles?
ton Anennl. S'D Stoney, W M Bird A co, Kavenel
A Holmes, B C Adams, J Col ock A co, Fogartle's
Book Depository, W S Henerey, and Order.
A brig, supposed to be the Mary F Tecs?ll. from
Steamship Manhattan. Woodhen. New York
James Adger A co.
Steamship Salvor, Ashcroft. Philadelphia- W A
Steamship Manhattan. Woodhull. New York.
Sicam8htp Salvor, Ashcroft. Philadelphia -
Steamship Mary Sauford, Chadwick, Wilming?
Brig Henry C Brook.--, Shea, Providence. R I
J A Enslow & cu.
Sehr J il Stickney, Fooks, Baltimore-Stree:
Bros A CO.
-. SAILED YESTERDAY.
Bark Flori M Hurlburt, Hi?ey, a Port In Great
Brig H C Brooks, Shea, Providencc.'R L
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, New York.
Sehr Zeta-Psi, Thompson. Philadelphia
Sehr Traveller. Hodges, Philadelphia.
Sehr E G Knight, Mcalister, Philadelphia.
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, Baltimore.
Sehr L N Lovell, McLane, Providence.
FROM THIS PORT.,
Steamship J W Everman, Hinckley, Philadel?
phia. September 15.
Sehr Matilda Brooks. Jones, Jacksonville, Sep?
UP FOR THIS POAT.
Sehr J F Willey, Willey, at Philadelphia, Sep?
Sehr Surprise, Beery, at Baitlmore, Septem?
Sehr EllaHodson, Mckerson, at New York, Sep?
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Brig Monsoon, Monz:e, from Cardenas, Septem?
Consignees per sehr Ada Ames, from Philadel?
phia, arrived on Friday last-H F Baker A co, J E
Adger A co, Cameron, Barkley A co, T M Cater,
W Shepherd A co, W G Whlldea A co, Kinsman A
Howell, Dowie, Moise t Davis, C D Francke, Wer?
ner A Docker, R White, Goodrich, Winemdn A co,
J ll Graver A co, Adams, Damon A co, E R Cow
perthwait, W 8 Bissell. and H Bascom.
The brig Lizabel. from Boston for this port,
sailed from Holmes's Hole September 23.
LIST OF VESSELS
CT, fiXABBD ANN BAILED PCB THIS PORT.
The Heiress, Rea, sahel.Angnst 20
Bark Annie Kimball, Stlnson, sailed....Angnst 22
Brig R P Grove, Harkness, cleared.August 29
Brig Monsoon, Mouzie, sailed.Sept 5
D O M E~B TIC.
Brig Carmina,-, up.Sept 8
Brig John Freeman,-,np.Angnst 31
Brig Mariposa, Milton, cleared.Sept 12
Brig LIzabel,-, np.Sept 2
Sehr Anna E Glover, Terry, np.Sept 2
Sehr Montana, Beane, cleared.Sept 13
Sehr M 0 Moseby, Darann, cleared.Sept 15
Brig Georgie, Swan, up.Sept 6
Sehr Myrover, Brown, up.Sept 8
Sehr Ella Hodson, Nlckenon, up.Sept 15
Sehr D V Streaker, Van Gilder, np.Sept 8
Sehr S L Burns, Crosby, cleared.8tpt io
Sehr R J Mercer, Fargo! np.Sept 12
Scar F Jameson, Jameson, cleared.Sept 12
Sehr J F willey, Willey, up.Sept 15
Br,g Concord, Kelly, up.Sept 12
Sehr E J Palmer, Smoot, np.Sept 12
Sehr Surprise, Beery, np.Sept 17
Having recently made extensive additions to ocr
Btock of PAPERS, Ac, for the printing or
also, in NEW MACHINERY and other Printing
We are prepared to execute al orden for
LOWEST NEW YORK BATES.
Call at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE and examine
ipeclmens and prices. _
Q J. SCHLEPEGBELL,
S?. 87 LINE STREET, BETWEEN KINO AND
ST. PHILIP. _
LUMBER of every description and BUILDING
HATE RIAL, Lime aid Plastering Laths, Paints,
?iis, Glasses, Shingles: also Groove and Tongue
ioards, Ac, constantly on hand al the lowest
nark? prices; also, Vegetable Boxes?
mTHE Al BRITISH BARK GRAOT?N,
X 444 tons, wi? be na?y In o few days l2u
to rfci-ive cargo., ^nippers HUI plesieSSHt
apply on board mr room to '
sepio-l? ' WM.'A. GRUNDELL, Master.
The first-class British Bark vixco. Cap?
tain M. Doyle, having one-half of her Cargo J_
engaged, win have immediate ?ispatchfor tue
For balance of Freight engagements, apply to
aepio Accommodation Wharf.
JP O R NEW YORK.
[ON TUESDAY, SEPT. 20, AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M.]
OLD LINE NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
ESTABLISHED 184 5.
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK STATE-ROOMS.
The very fast ami splendid side-wheel steamship
JAMES AD GER, T. J. Lockwood, Commander.
will sad fi om Adger's Wharf as above.
??.The CHAMPION follows SATURDAY, Sep?
tember 24th, at 6 o'clock P. M.
M* insurance by this Line half per cent.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
BeplP-2 JAMES ADGER A CO, Agents.
THE REGULAR STEAM LINE-WEEKLY.
The Screw Steamship EVERMAN,,
Hinckley, Commander,will sall for Phil-,_ _
adelphla, direct, on SATURDAY. September 24tn,
at hair-past 9 o'clock A. M., from Brown's South
93- Cotton rate to Philadelphia, *c per pound.
OS- Through Bills Lading Issue J to Boston.
ta* Insurance by the Steamers of this line half
per cent, to Philadelphia, and \ per cent, to BOB
For Freight engagements or Passage, (Cabin
$16,) apply to WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent,
sepl7-emwf4_No. L Union Wharves.
THROUGH BILLS LADING TO AND
FROM BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
BOSTON. AND TUB CITIES
-? i OF THE NORTH WEST.
The One Steamship "MARYLAND,"
Johnson, Commander, will sall forj_
Baltimore on WEDNESDAY, 21st September, at 5
P. M. '
1 49* Philadelphia Freights forwarded to Cia:
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi
tlonal Insurance, and Consign?es are allowed am?
ple time to sample and sell their Goods from
tbe Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
49* The "BEA GULL" will follow on TUESDAY,
the 27th Instant, at o P. M.
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
sepl7-4_No. 2 Union Wharves.
pACIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP OOMPY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier ^ftiMsv
No. 42, North River, roo: cr CanalSttsissB
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or the itu.
and 20th of every month (except when these
dates fall on Sunday, then the Saturday preced
"^Departure of the 20th connect at Panama with
steamers forsooth Pacific and Central American
ports. Those of 4th touch at Manzanillo.
steamship JAPAN leaves San Francisco for Ja?
pan and China October 1, 1870.
No California steamers touch at Havana, bat
go direct from New York to Asplnw&u.
(me hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information appiv
at the COMPANYS TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf foot of Canal street. North River, New
York. J. R. BABY, Agent.
.pOR FLORID Aj,
IONCE A WEEKd
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON
VILLE, PILATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
ST. JttHN'8 RIVER.
The Steamer DICTATOR will sall _ _ ^rr**~* tm.
on and after the 5th July for above?r?S?eSC
places every TUESDAY EVENING, at s O'CIOCK.
Fare from Charleston to Savannah, including
meals and berth. $3. julyl
IJIHE ONLY INLAND ROUTE.
FOR ED1STO AND ENTERPRISE. VIA JOHN'S
ISLAND FERRY, CHURCH FLATS. YOUNG'S
ISLAND, BEAR'S BLUFF, Ac.
Tte Steamer "ARGO," Captain ? _
J.D. Proctor, wt? receive Freight?mSSBmm
at South Atlantic Wharf, on WEDNESDAYS and
SATURDAYS, and leave as lollows:
CHARLESTON, I XDISTO.
Thursday, Septl,9K A MjFnday, Sept 2, 6>i A M
Monday, Sept 6, 12 MjTuesday, Sept 6, 12 M
Thursday, Sept 8, 2 P MiFriday, Sept 9, l P M
Monday, sept 12, 7 A M;Tnesday, Sept 13, 6AM
Thursday, Sept 15,9 A Mi Friday, Sept 16, 6 AM
Monday, Sept 19, 12 M Tuesday, Sept 20, 12 M
Thursday, Sept 22, 2 P M Friday, Sept 23, 1 P M
Monday. Sept 26, 7 A M Tuesday. Sept 27, 6 A M
Tnnrsday, Sept 29,9 A M Friday, Sept 30, 8 A M
N. B.-Freight and wharfage payable on the
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to
DOUGLAS NISBET, Agent,
anggj_South Atlantic Wharf.
FOR ED1STO, PACIFIC LANDING, BEAUFORT
FROM NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
ONCE A WEEK.
The Steamer STARLIGHT, Cap- _ _ ^Tf^k.
tain Coste, will ?eave every TH?ES-????J????/???
DAY for the above places, as follows :
On THURSDAY, September 16, at 8 o'clock A. M.
On THURSDAY, September 22, at 3 o'clock A. M.
On THURSDAY, September 29, at 8 o'clock A. M.
Fine Stateroom accommodations.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board of
Steamer, at North Atlantic Wharl, or to
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents.
?yTTEEELY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACIFIC LANDING, BEAUFORT, HILTON
HEAD, SAVANNAH, DAR1EN AND 9A
The favorite Steamer
Captain L. W. BURNS,
will receive Freight at South Atlan- r _?,TK**-?w
tic wharf for above points every ?S3H$3C
TUESDAY, and leave on every WEDNESDAY MOP.N
LNG, at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah the same
evening, and leaving for Darlen, Ac, the follow?
ing morning. Returning, will leave Savannah fer
Charleston every MONDAY MORNINO, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or passage, applv to
RAVENEL A HOLMES,
seplO Na 177 East Bay.
OR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
The Steamer EMILIE. Captain C.
C. White, ls now receiving Freight ?_
at South Commercial Wharf, and will leave as
above on TUESDAY NIGHT, the 20th instant, at io
Bet urning, will ?eave Georgetown on THURSDAY
AFTERNOON, the 22d instant, ?it. 4 o'clock.
SHACKELFOKI) A KELLY,
TTESSEL8 SUPPLIED WITH CABIN ANI?
V MEbS STORES CN SHORT NOTICE.
Captains and Stewards are respect
rally invited to call and examine the
inality and prices of our GOODS. Fuli weigl
ruaranteed. beavered free of expense.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
NO. 276 Byng street, opposite Hasel,
Charleston, S. C.
JtSf Branca of No. 900 Broadway, New York.
rTPHAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
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One Dollar a Bottle. Sent by man, postage
said, on receipt of price.
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f oct? - - A Tent for South Caroili a.
TJNION INSURANCE COMPANY, OF SAN FRANCISCO.
CAPITAL. GOLD...'.,..$760,000 00
A8SETS, GOLD, JULY 1, 1869......$1,051,998 73
BOARD OP REFERENCE IN NEW YORK:
H. B. CLAFLIN, of H. B. Claflln A Co. EUGENE KELLY, of Eugene Kelly A Co.
GEORGE OPDYKE, of George Opdyke ft Co. J. G. KITTLE, of Dewitt, Kittie k Co.
DAVID DOWS, of David Dows A Co. WM. T. COLEMAN, late of Wm. T. Coleman lt Co.
JOHN WISSLOW, of Van Cott, Winslow A Van Cot t.
POLICIES GRANTED IN CURRENCY OR GOLD?
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE.
ALL LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED AND PAID AT BRANCH OFFICE No. 114 BROADWAY, N. Y
SHEELS, BOWERS ?fe BOUGHTON, MANAGERS.
POLICIES OF INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE ISSUED BY
W >X . Ti . HERIOT ?fe CO., AGENTS,
"CHARLESTON, S. C.
E POLICT-HOL DE B 8 ?
LIFE AND TONTINE ASSUK?NCE CO.
OF THK ?OUTHI
No. 29 BROAD] STIiEEi . CH ARLESTON, S. C.
WM. McBURNKY. Pressent.
E. P. ALEXANDER, Vice-Preslflecr and Actuary.
J. F. G1LMER. vice-President, n slrient in Georgia.
E. NYE HUTCHISON, vice-President, resident in
North Carolina. . j
william C. Bee,
John R. Dukes, '
George W. Wilhams,
James R Fringle,
Lewis D. Mowry
Wm. K. Ryan,
GEORGE E. BOG GS, Secretary.
JOHN T. DARBY. M. D.. Medical Adviser.
AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE, Solicitor.
JAMES CONNER, Counsel.
R. A. KINLOCH, M. D.,1 Local Medical Eiram
R. LEBBY, JB..M. D.. j iners.
J. EU Gregg,
J. Harvey Wilson,
E. Nye Hutchison,
Z. B. Vance.
M. McRae, '
J. F. Gurner,
John L. Hardee,
John B. Palmer,
R. O'Neaie, Jr.,
John T. Darby, M. P.,
Wm. M. Shannon,
Di Wyatt Aiken,
Giles J. Patterson,
Rev. James P. Boyce,
Robt. L. McCiogbrln,
George H. McMaster,
Win. G. wmiden,
A. S. Johnson,
George H. Monett,
George E. Bogga,
John H. Devereux,
E. P. Alexander,
E. J. Scon.. '
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with Comptroller-Genera! for protection of Policy -Holders.
More than ONE MILLION DOLLARS of Assurance applied for I
This Ccrapanr, having complied with all the conditions of Its Charter, ls now prepared to issue the
usual forms of Life and Endowment Policies on the Cash system.
CASE PREMIUMS I CASH D.I7IDEND8 ! CASH POLICIES 1
All Policies non-forfeltable atter the payment of ONE Annual Premium.
Paid-up Policies Issued on surrender of the original for an equitable amoant.
Purely MUTUAL l No Stockholders 1 AU Profits DIVIDED among the Pollcy-Holdera. Dividends
DlvHlends once declared are non-forfeltable. and may be used to reduce the Premium, to increase
the amor.nt of Assurance, or to make the Policy seli-custainlng. Dividends left with the Company,
however applied, muy be used, in case of ueed, to pay Premlnma.
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fever, and his whole family. It bas never failed
in a single case. Yours respectfully,
We annex herewith one of the many certifi?
cates for the famous "OIL OF LIFE," in our pos?
MAYOR'S OFFICE, GRIFFIN, GA,, 1
February 8,1868. j
This is to certify thst I have used Professor H.
H. Kayton's "Oil or Life"1 In my family, in a case
of aggravated "Neuralgia in the Face," and after
three applications, gave permanent relief.
apri6-smos W. M CLINE, Mayor.
GEORGE PAGE & CO.
Paten' Portable Circular Saw Mills,
Staticaary and Portable
GRIST MILLS, Sta.
No. 5 Schroeder Street, \
(T^"'Sendfor C?idogvei arid Pric?-L?ts.
Jtinei8-anj'oerb4w " cP" '? ' '
: AND- THE .
"WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCH
are the hes: in use.
For Bale on the Lease Flan, with monthly pay?
ments, on easy terms, or for cash. AU tinda of
Machine attachments, Needles, Cotton, (white,
black ann* colored,) Silk, Oil, Soap, Ac, Ac.
Repairing as' usual. Circulars and samples of
work sent on application.
D. B. HASELTON,
General Dealer in First Class Sewing Ma?
chines and Material, No. 307 Kingstreet,
angl7 .- Charleston, S. a
JJEETING STREET FOUNDRY
mUl ISTABU6BMSNT IS KOW rTBNJBETNO TEX TM*
MCCARTHY COTTON- GIB,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
- Of varions sizes, on hand.
Improved Vertical and Horizontal Corn Milla,
Sugar Mills, Sugar Boilers axid Pans, of all
Borse-Powere and Gin Gearing, from p to 16 feet
Improved Lever Cotton Presses, lor Hand, Power,
Saw and Rice Mills,
liacclnery and Castings of all descriptions mad?
ie crder. y
Particular attention paid to House Fronts and
3&ftinirs for Buildings, Gratings, Cistern Covers,
?ash weights, AC, AC
WILLIAM 9. H ENERBY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER,
NC. ?14 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, ?. 2,
filis ri: Ila nco us.
" MARENGO "
'EYER AND A f/U E CUBE.
A certain cure for CHILLS AND FEVER-a gen
ilne Southern preparation, purely vegetable; a>
onie and fever preventive, highly recommended,
nd Btands unequalled by any preparation now
iflered. To persons residing in unhealthy soc?
io ns lt ls m val nable.
For 6ttle by all Druggists, and by
G. J. L??HN, Agent,
irngglst, southeast corner King and John sis., v
ionlS-tmosPAC_Charleston. 3. C
TRISH BOO? ING FELT.
'HE BEST, CHEAPEST ANl> MUST UtiRABLE-i
Material for Rooting known.
For sale by
CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO.,
Comer Meeting and Cumberland streets,
mcnS4 Brno_Charleston, S. C
JUST BE CEI VED,
CARBOLATE OF LIME, the best Disinfectant,
nd destroyer of Rats, Mice Bugs, Cockroaches,
;c A small quantity placed where they frequent
nil at once disperse them.
Pendleton's Panacea, or Vegetable Pain El?
A fresh supply of Reming's Worm Confections,
be most reliable m use.
Also, a fresh supply of SEAL OLEUM, the gres*
emedy for Rheumatism.
For sal?,wholesale and retail, hy
i . Dr. H* BAciA,
mayso ' NC 131 Meeting street
SHAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
.?ended at their residences promptly and eft
Send orders to _^ ?
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber, -f
Broad street, next door to Telegraph sffloc