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The Long White Seam.
BT JEAN INGELOW.
As I came round the harbor buoy,
The lights began ?o clearn.
Ko wave the land-locked harbor stirred,
The crags were white as cream;
And I marked my love by candle-light,
Sewing her long white seam.
Its aye sewing ashore, my dear,
Watch and steer at sea.
It's reef and furl, and haul the line,
Set sail and thin ic of thee.
I ellmbed to reach her cottage door;
Oh, sweetly ray love slogs ! _ ,_
Like a shaft of ?ight her voice breaks forth,
Hy soul to meet it springs
As the shining water leaped of old,
Wlie-i stirred by angel wings.
Aye longini? to list anew,
Awake and in my dream,
Bot never a song she sang like thl3,
Sewing her long white seam.
Fair fall the llghtp, the harbor lights,
That brought me in to thee,
And peace drop down on that low roof
For the sight that I did see,
And the voice, my dear, that rang so clear
All for the love of me.
For Oh, for Oh, with brow bent low
By the nickering candle's gleam,
lier wedding gown it was she wrought,
Sewing the long white seam.
[Good Words for October.
THE SIEGE OF METZ.
A French Sortie and Its Repulse-Th??,
star -vaticn Process.
A correspondent of the London Times with
the Prussian army before Metz, writing on the
20th of September, says :
On rte day McMahon was attacked at Sedan
Bazaine made his sortie near Cour celles. It is
surprising that so little bas been heard of this
battle, or, rather, of tbeee two battles. Tbe
attack was made in the first instance at about
tee at night, and laeted from about ten till one,
when the French were driven back, or at least
withdrew, wah heavy losses. It was renewed
again at dawn on the following day and con?
tinued until nearly eleven A. M., but with this
diff?rence in result, chat the French suffered
on the second occasion far more heavily than
on the first. The Prussians lay on the ground
with their knapsacks in front of them, over
which they fired. The French bad, of course,
to advance standing, ana their loss was au fui.
let they never faced thc.Pmssians at Conted?
les in a manner that could be compared to tho
determination with which the Prussians met
them under far more disadvantageous circum?
stances at the heights of Spi eneren. Courcel
les, as we in front ot it can know, has decided
the fate of Metz. We know that it must sur?
render. The Prussians bave set their ho.-.rtH
on taking it, and, if I can believe in what thev
say, they would rather take Metz than Paris.
With the stone walls tue Prussians say they
do not mean to meddle. They seem far too
well ' advised to run unnecessary risks. The
atoDe walis they know cannot hurt them, but
the men inside them can. They have only to
bide their time till the great hosts which lie
within them are reduced to the level of child
ion ; they have only to wait till, according to
the askges of "civilized" war, the women and
children in the city are starved out, and then
till the army is reduced by attenuation to such
a state that the stone walls and great bastions,
the moats and covered causeways, and all the
great defences which might make even cowards
brave, will become useless in the hands of a
famished crowd. There will be no blood?
stained ruins here, bat there will be as bad ;
there will te houses filled with dead and dying,
or almost empty, and echoing only to the* hol?
low voice of lamine. Heaven forgive us all
lor as a Christian I cannot but feel that if
Metz is starved it will be a spectacle to shock
the world. You havo not seen what I have ;
you have not seen the miserable traces of star- .
f vation ; you- have not seen, as I have, what
real starvation is, with all its horrors, not nt
grown men gunering, but of women and little (
children. I have; bat yet I dread the day 1
when we shall enter Metz after it bas been *
starved. "Starved'ID writing or in print is (
only a participle ; think for a second of what it ,
means, done deliberately, systematically, skil?
fully, and by force to 250,000 people. I would
not dwell ou the repulsive horrors of Sedan ; I i
would not dwell en the abject sufferings of the <
French prisoners ; nor can I dwell, for I have
not seen it yet, on what the suffering in Metz
must be, where people are kept till they die of
hunger unless tbey yield. The troops will take 1
all the provisions, and Iben think what the ?
condition of the women and children will be.
On Saturday, while at the front, the officer, j
drew my aiton ion to a balloon that had been .
sent up from Metz. He at once exclaimed.
"There will be a sortie to-night." Ail night
we anxiously waited an attack, bun towards >
midnight three guDS were fired at intervals of ;
one minute. Nothing came of it. We there- ,
fore concluded that it was a signal to counter- (
mand the sortie. During the day we contd
distinctly bear tbe bands playinirin Metz. Tbe 1
Prus3?anB have now a telegraphic communies- '
lion all around Metz, by which means they are
enable to collect over 8,000 men in one spot
within the spase of fifteen minutes, and upon a
late occasion I had tbe opportunity of observ- ;
ing,. when the assembly sounded, that within i
twenty-eight minutes a force of 22,000 men,'
consisting of every branch of the service, were !
in fall marching order ready to proceed to the
LIVERPOOL-Per British bark Vince-1400 bales
upland cotton, 7? tons phosphates.
NEW YOKE-Per steamship Champion-17 bags
sea island cotton, 2176 bales upland cotton,
Dalei domestics, loo bbls rosin, 32 bandies paper,
13 packages sundries.Per sehr My rover-604
kales upland cotton, 100 bbls turp<"itine, 145
casks clay, 50 empty ale barrels, 7 packages hard
ware, 28 barrels oil....Per sehr Wapella-101,000
feet timber, 85,000 feet plank.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship J W Everman
70 tierces rice. 5S6 bales cotton, 52 bales yarn,
bales hides, 451 bbls rosin, 14 sacks frnlt and sun
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Maryland-433 bales
cotton, ?1 tierces rice, 120 bbls rosin, 41 bbls EU
wan Fertilizers, 22 bales and l hhd hides, 29 rolls
leather, 25 tons Iron, 2000 feet lumber, and sun
The Charleston Cotton, Klee ami Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS. )
SATURDAY EVENING, October 8, 1870. J
COTTON.-The demand was to a fair extent at
an early hour, and prices were similar to those
prevailing at the close of business the day before
but the inquiry afterwards lessened, the market
became easier, and closed heavy at an Va \? c f; lb
decline; 'sales about SOO br les, of which some 200
were sold the evening before; say 27 at lia, 36 at
izk, 44 at 13% 20 at 14, 91 at 14;4', 13 at 14>?, 49
at uv, 100 at UH, 144 at U% 63 at u%, 2 at 15;
and the day before: 3 at 14.19 at MM, 28 at UX,
SI at l4?i, 21 at ldc We quote:
Ordinary to gond ordinary.13 @14
RICE.-The market was Urra for this grain with
A fair inquiry ; sales 1-0 tierces or clean Carolina;
say 9 tie.ces at 713-16, 26 at 29 at 8, 50 at S??c
.a lb. We quote common to fair at 7&a?ft good
7;faS V'c, and good to common prime at &Mc ft Yb.
NAVAL STORES.-There was an active demand
for these articles; sales about 200 bbls spirits tur?
pentine at 34c ft gallon; 3 bois bl. k rosin at Si;
8 bbls black at $1 25; 6S bbls No. 3 at $1 35; 10e
bbls No. 2 at $140*1 55; 67 bbls low No. 1 at $1 00;
131 bbls No. 1 at ?1 70; 29 bbls No. 1 at $2; 139 bbls
No. 1 at $2 30 ft bbl.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal; via New Yerk, ?id on uplands, 1,vd on sea
islands ; by sall >?d on upland?, 3?d on sea
Islands. To Havre nominal. Coastwise-to New
York, by steam, %c on uplands and lc on sea
islands; $1 50 ft tierce on rice; by sail,-on cot?
ton; -ft tierce on rice; 40c ft barrel on rosin;
$7@8 fl Mon luuber; $9@10 ft M on timber. To
Boston, by sall, >?@??c ft lb on upland cotton
To Providence, by sall $8 ft M on boards, *gc
fl lb on cotton; by steam $1 ft bale on New
Tork rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, )?c ft rb
on uplands;.by sall, $7 ft M on boards; $9on
timber; $3 fl ton on clay, and $3@3 50 on phos
phates. To Baltimore, by steam, KC ft tt; by
sail, $6 so?? fi M on boards; $3?3 25 fl ton on
phosphate rock. Vessels are In demand by
our merchants to take lumber frelguts from
Georgetown, S. C., Darlen and Satllla River, Ga.,
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,, and $10
@12 fi M are the rates on lamber and boards.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 21@21,V.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. - The banks purchase
sigh'- checks at v off, and sell at par; outside
?bey parchase at v off and sell at off.
.GOLD-12@14. I ?jj
Markets toy Telegraph.
LONDON, October S-Noon.-Consols 92^892?.
LIVERPOOL, October S-Noon.-Cotton opens
quiet; uplands 6XaS%d; Orleans 9d; sales 10,000
Evening.-Uplands 8 Jias^d; Orleans Bd; sales
10,000 bales. Red winter wheat 9s 9dal0s. Bee!
112s 6d. Lard 71a.
NEW YORK, October 8-Noon.-Gold UH- Gov?
ernments firm; sixty-twos Wi; money ?HS; ster?
ling, long 8J?; short W, stocks steady; South?
erns very dull. Flour dull and cunhanged. Wheat
dud. Corn dull and heavy. Pork steady at $25 25.
Lard firm. Cotton heavy; uplands 16,J?;.Orleans
16%; sales 900 bales. Turpentine tending up at
41a42a Rosin Arm. Freights very firm.
Evening.-Money easy at 7; sterling dull
at 8&a8Ji; gold I3>?al3??; governments closed
dull; sixty-twos I2?i; Southerns dull and gene?
rally steady. The notable event of the week was
the steady increase in the business on the Stock
Exchange towards the close, and an improved
feeling which prevailed. There ls a general dis?
position to accept this change as permanent, and
as likely to be still more marked in future. The
Bank Statement is unfavorable. The decrease in
every item of figures caused disappointment on
the street, a more favorable exhibit being expect?
ed. The large decrease in legal tenders cause
considerable comment. Loans have declined $l.
333,000; specie has declined $725,000; circulation
declined $124,000; deposits declined $066,000; legal
tenders declined $750,000. Call gold opened
?ore active at 13%al3%; during the after?
noon firm. Governments opened firmer
and active, and closed dull; sixes SI; coupons
13%; sixty-twos 12%; sixty-foars ll}i; sixty-fives
11%; new 10%; sixty-sevens 10?i; sixty-eights
10%; ten-forties 6%. Southerns dull and steady
throughout the day; Tennessees 62>?; new 60%;
Virginias 62%; new 03; Louisianan 70; new 69;
Levee sixes 76; eights 87%; Alabama eights 101;
fives 80; Georgia sixes 81; sevens 89; North Car?
olinas 49; new 26; South Carolinas 80; new 67.
Cotton closed dull and lower; 6ales 1500 bales;
uplands l6%c. Floor inactive and unchanged.
Wheat a shade easier; winter red and amber
Western $130al 33. Corn a shade easier and
more active at 83aS5c. Porte quiet at $25 50a
25G2%. Beer dull. Lard firm; kettle 16al8%c.
Groceries in fair request. Naval stores firm.
Freights a shade firmer.
BOSTON, October 8.-Cotton qnlet; middling
16%al6%; sales 30O bales; receipts coastwise 545;
stock 4500 bales.
BALTIMORE, October 8-Flour active and high?
er; Howard street superfine $5 25a5 75. Wheat
quiet; prices unchanged. Corn dull; white 90ca
$1 01. Pork firm at $26 50a27. Bacon active and
advancing; shoulders I4%c. Whiskey firm at Ole.
Cotton less active, but prices are maintained;
low middling 15%c; sales 275 bales; receipts
coastwise 231; exports coastwise 20; stock 3100
CINCINNATI, October S.-Flour dull; family
$5 60a5 75. Corn, new 45c; old 60a62c. Pork in
good demand at $25; $25 50 asked. Bacon active;
shoulders I3;<c; clear sides 16c. Whiskey dull at
ST. Lons, October 8.-Flour and corn doll and
unchanged. Bagging firm and unchanged at
29%a30c. Provisions advancing. Pork $20 50.
Bacon, shoulders 14c; clear sides 18c. Lard
steady at I5%al6c.
NORFOLK, October 8.-Cotton dull and lower;
low middlings 14%al4%c; sales 75 bales; net re?
ceipts 372; exports coastwise775;stock20P0 bales.
AUGUSTA, October $.- At the opening of the
market there was a good demand for cotton at
14c :or Liverpool and MJ?0 for JTew York mld
llings;but in consequence of unfavorable New
fork and Liverpool accounts, buyers gradually
vithdrew, and the article closed nominal at the
ipeniiig prices. Sales 10S2 bales; receipts 1074
SAVANNAH, October 8.-Cotton quiet; middling*
?4>?c; 9ales 900 bales; net receipts 3701; exports
wast wise 1407; stock 34,984 bales.
MOHILB, October 8.-Cotton- qnlet and easier:
nothing doing; middling I4%al4%c; sales 600
aales; net receipts 1377 bales; exports coastwise
104 bales; stock 21,424 bales.
GALVESTON, October 8.-Cotton steady and in
.'alldemand; good ordinary 13c; sales 250 bales;
aet receipts 4; stock 6000 baies.
NEW ORLEANS, October 8.-Cotton demand fair
?ind prices lower; middling 15 Vc; sales 2250 bales;
aet receipts 2467; coastwise 19; total 24W; exports
coastwise 15*3; Block 41,087. Su^ar, nothing
doing. Molasses, prime new, $130, and very
scarce. Coffee, prime, I7%al7%c. Sterling 22%a
K%. New York sight % discount. Gold 12%.
HAVANA, October 1.-The sugar market has
not beea very active through the week, and the
sales here only cover about 5000 boxes, and at
Matanzas 2500; but prices have been fully sus?
tained under the Influence of cable reports from
London and New York, and the market firm tor
Sos ll and 12 at 9 to 9% reals per arrobe, or $4%
co $4% per 100 ponnds. shipped during the week
Hence and from Matanzas, 23,949 boxes and 428
iihds-of which to the United States 15,217 boxes
ind 423 ii lids, and balance to various European
?wrts-leaving stocks in the two ports equal to
130,749 boxes and 103? li lids, against the same pe?
riod of previous year of 192,700 boxes and 6110
shipments since 1870.*. ..1,497,880 149,712
shipments since 1S69.1.436,193 116,254
shipments since l*>6$.1,485,773 104,039
Clayed molasses has been sold at outports,
miall cargoes at 3 to 3% reals per keg.
Leaf tobacco and cigars,rule about as usual,
ind factories have nearly all the orders they eau
111 with the working material at their command.
The news from thc country is not unfavorable
:o the growing crops of caue or other produce,
md we expect to realize this year the fruits of ag
-icult rial Industry, without molestation by the
torch or knife. It ls many years since we have
:iad so dull a week, as our exchange Hst shows.
BOSTON, October 5.-COFFEE.-There ls very
lttle doing in coffee, the trade purchasing only in
small lots as wanted. We quote sales ol Java at
2i%a22c, and Rio at l5%aiso per lb, gold. St.
Domingo, in hand, ls nominally 8%a8%c per lb,
?Old, but no recent transactions. In Mo?lia
loihing has been done and prices are nominal.
COTTON.-The past has beeu a very dull week
Tor cotton, and prices have again eased off. The
lemand for consumption ls now very limited, so
much machinery has been stopped for want of
ivater, and sales in consequence have been quite
limited. We quote ordinary at I3al3%c; good
ordinary at 14%al5%c; low middling I6al6%e,
ind middling I6%al7c per lb, including uplands
iud Gulf. The crop prospects are quite favorable,
ind for future delivery the article is offered at a
DOMESTICS.-The movements in cotton goods
lave not been to any extent, but desirable kinds
ire sold close np, and In many Instances ahead of
iroduction. Prices in consequence rule firm.
iVoollens have been in very fair demand and the
narket sustains full prices, all desirable kinds
GcxNY BAGS.-There have been sales of soo
jales at lOaJOe. currency. Market dull.
G CNN Y CLOTH.-Demand cont innes to be con
Ined to small lots at 29;?a00c per vard currency,
stock small, but demand falls short of expecta?
HAT-There has been a fair demand for last
?ru and Northern at f lSmSO per ton, as to quality.
NAVAL STORES.-In spirits turpentine Hie sales \
lave been conllned to small lots ar. 4ta42 per gal. i
In tar, rosin and pitch no transactions of anv
Rice.-The stock is very much reduced, and the
?ales have been confined to small lots, at 7?io for
itangoon and 8% for Patna.
New York Rice Market.
From the Daily Bulletin, October 6: Business is
?till mostly or a jobbing character, and the m?r?
tet In rather a null condition, but about former
nices are retained. Sales of 100 bags Rangoon
it 7a*iic; 75 bags Patna at s%c, and 30 tierces
.'amlina at 8%a'J%c.
From tue Jo; mal of Commerce: The market
amaina dull, but prices are fairly steady, we
[note Carolina at 9a9%c. ami Rangoon at 7a7'4c.
?ales 100 bags Rangoon: 30 tierces Carolina at
[uotations. and 75 bags Patna at S'ic.
From the Daily Bulletin, Odober 7: We find a
ontinued fair trade demand and steady prices,
mt there is no call for large parcels at present,
toles of 75 tierces new Carolina al 9au%e; 2?0 bags
tangoon at 7a7%c, and 60 bags Patna at 8X0.
From the World: There ls still a fair demand,
rita former Ugures current on all grades. Sales
f 25 tierces new crop Carolina at 9a9%c: 100 bags
langoon at Tkfc, aud 69 bags Porto Rico at s%e.
From the Herald: Carolina was scarce and
rm, though in light demand.. Small sales new
?ere made at 9a9%c, and Rangoon was quiet at
New York Hay Market. ?
From the Dally Bulletin, October 7: The market 1
firmer; shipping is quoted at $1 05al io. The 1
ty railroads are taking so much that there is <
arcely any for shippers. The Second Avenue 1
ok to-day soo bales at $l 10; the Eighth Avenue *
o at $l 05, and the Sixth Avenue 350 at $110. ;
tere is a light trade In retail at former quota- J
New York. Naval Stores Market.
From the New "?ork Journal or Commerce, Oc?
tober 7 : Tlie market ror spirits turpentine is very
strong at 40c, owing to a light stock: sales are 80
bbls in lots at 40u. ror merchantable. Rosins
Strained meet with a fair Inquiry, and with a
light stock prices are higher and quite irregular;
strained common ls quoted at $2a2 05. with good
strained held as high as $215; sales are 300 bbls
low So. 2 at $2 20; we quote at $2 20a2 45 Tor So.
2; $2 50a3 for So. l; S3 S0a6 25 for pale and extra
New York Sugar Market.
From the Journal or Commerce, September 7 :
The market for raw is not so active to-day, but
holders remain Arm In their views. We quote fair
relining at 9,Va9>?c, good at 9%al0c, and No 12
box at 10 j? c. The sales are largely for groc-ry
nse, and foot up 925 hhds at loan V tor Cuba; io ?; a
10,Vc for Porto Rico; 12)?al2Jic far Demerara; SS
hhds Melado at Wc, and 3U0 boxes Havana at
10 vail Vc. Refined continues to move quite
rreely at steady prices. We quote sort yellow at
I2ai2v, Bort white at I2?ial8c, and crushed, pow?
dered and granulated at 13vc.
GEORGETOWN, October c.-CorroK.-Sales
or 2 bales this week at from 15 to 18 cents per lb.
We quote from 15 to 20 cents per lb.
C.)RM.-Arriving freely and retailing at $1 30
per bushel for prime white and $124 for yellow.
Tra BER-Arriving slowly; market depressed.
Stock on hand 2000 sticks, unsold. We quote 5 to
TURPENTINE_Virgin dip $275; yellow dip $2 50;
scrape or hard $1 to $1 60 per bbl. or 280 lbs.
to the bbl.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Per gallon 34 cents.
TAB.-Per bbl., retail, $3.
Interior Cotton Markets.
ORANGEB?RG, October 7.-Sales during the
week 195 bales. We quote: Ordinary Ile; low
middling lzjic; middling 13c.
COLUMBIA, October 8.-Sales of cotton yester?
day 145 bales-middling I3,vc.
CHARLOTTE, October 7.-Sales to-day 175 balo
at 14al4 l-ioc. Market active.
ATLANTA, October 7.-The market closed at
1S% cents for middlings: 13V for low middlings;
12V for good ordinary; ll>i for ordinary. The
market opened quiet and Arm, with good de?
mand; receipts light.
MACON, October 7.-Receipts to-day, 945 bales;
sales 718; shipped 010 bales. The market contin?
ues active, with a strong demand, and prices
tend upward, though they are not qnotably
higher. Middlings at the close this evening read?
ily brought lave.
Receipts by Hallroad, October 8.
80UTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
2170 bales cotton. 129 bales goods, 9S bags rice.
To Pelzer, Rodgers & co, G H Wah er A- co. Mowry
A Sou, Reeder A Lavis, A J Salinas, G W williams
* co, W W Smith. W K Ryan, W C Courtney A co.
W B Williams A Son, R Moorman A co, Frost ,t
Adger, Sloan Sc Seignlous, A B Mulligan, Wiss A
co, T P Smith, West lc Jones, Street Bros, Clag
horn, Herring JE CO, W A Courtenay, Dowling Sc
co, Wiigener Sc Murdaugh, Wardlaw A Carew, w
G Whllden ic co. Brodie A co, Graeser Sc Smith, F
C May, Caldwell A Sn, Kinsman A Howell, Gold?
smith A Son, and Railroad Agent.
320 bales cotton, 101 ?bis naval stores, cars
lumber, mdse. Ac. To G W Williams & co. Gruc
sec Sc Smith, A J Salinas, Walter A co, Frost St
Adger Mowry St Sou, Nacumann A co, W K Ryan,
G W Wine, A B Mulligan, Caldwell Sc Son, Brodie
Sc co, T P Smith, Thurston Sc Holmes, Reeder A
Davis. Pelzer. Rodgers & co, Steffens, Werner A
H?cker. W c Courtney ic co, B Boyd, Clughorn,
Herring A co, Sloan Sc Seignlous, Shackcirord A
Kelly, ingraham Sc Son, Gaillard A Minott, W C
Bee A co, Wagner, Huger Sc co, A D Walker, 0 C
Thames, Dowling A co', J Marshall, Jr, Barden Sc
Parker, Kinsman .t Howell, S D Stoney, J Wiley,
Bultmann Bros. J 1) Aiken. Mrs M Magill. E Wei
ling. Stono Phosphate Company, and Railroad
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
64 bales upland cotton, 3 bales sea Island cotton,
627 bushels rough rice, 15 cars lumber, c cars
wood, and mdse. To Reeder ac Davis, w p Dow?
ling A co, A J Salinas, lt Wade, Wagner, Stewart
A co. G W Witte, J ? Aiken A co. Ravenel A co,
W C Bee Sc co, J Hanckel, F Flshburne, W Glover,
W c Courtney Sc co. T Maxwell, D Bailey, T Den?
nis, J R Pringle Sc Son, R Howell, R Green, M
Green. C Voigt, 8 Ladson, P Gnrdoer. A Smith, B
.\Teultrlc, J G A II U Martin, G Small. W II Maul
din, N Geddl.?, W Readdy. J Smith, B Moult lc, P
Maxwell, F Ladson, O S Pelzer, S Jackson, Miss M
P Price, J A May, Hopkins, McPherson A co, and
Fraser Sc Dill.
Per steamship Champion, for New York
J B Baird, A McConnell. Mrs Doyle, W M Thoms*.
J W Spragne, O P Bull, Miss L Bloss. F E Well*. T
C Waterman. General A L Tyler, Mr Wylie and
wife, Mrs Drake, and Mrs F Rosebrook.
Per steamship Clyde, from New York-Charles
G Kendall and lady, J T Bagley, J Y Stock, The?
resa Huschblng, M Cheesboru and lady, Mrs Levy
and servant. Ida Uuschblng, Mrs Julia Alston, J
G Murrell, Master Alston, J Harbeson, T Lvons, P
J Welch, J O'Neill, J Leado, u Muller, J W McEI
rah, U J Church, Miss M McEIrath, Mrs P L Al?
cott, J Torance and lady, C H Spices, G A Johns,
L Schiller and lady, B Murphy, Miss B McElhose,
Mlsj Mary Morgan. J McCarty, J A Carson. M Mc
Junes, C Maguire, L Clark, L Berry, J W 'fowl, J
McCrady, and H Janie?.
Per steamship Sea Gull, from Baltimore-Mrs
C W Smith, Master C C Smith. H S Meyers, and E
Per steamer Argo, from Edlsto and Way Land?
ings-W B Seabrook, C Balley, H T Terrell, C Ber?
lin, J Whaler, J Wright, G L Mare telle, and 8 on
Per steamer Pilot Bo.', from Beaufort, Pacific
Landing and KOlsto-M B Sams, J Smith, M Cun
nlgnn. F S Toomer, and 2 on deck.
First Quarter. 1st, 3 hours, 59 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 9th, 8 hours, 23 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, nth, 12 hours, 63 minutes, evening.
Sew Moon, 24th. io hours, 13 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 3lst, 2 hours, 41 minutes, morning.
R. A 8
CHARLESTON, OCTOBER 10
Ship Tranquebar, Harward, Philadelphia-5
days. Ballast. To W Roach Sc co.
British bark Marla, Webster, Philadelphia-5
days. B.i Hast. To B S Rhett & Son.
Steam tug Ida, Elliott, Philadelphia via Norfolk,
Va. To the Cuosaw Mlnlug Company.
Scl.r Nellie, French, Rockport, Me-6 days. Hay
and lime. To A McCobb, Jr.
Sehr Ann S Deas, uarbattl, West Point NHL ey
tierces rice. To Cohen. Hauckel Sc co, and Rav?
enel Si co.
Steamer Planter, Foster, Peedee River via
Georgetown. 703 bales upland cotton, 34 bbls
bbls spirits turpentine, mdso, and sundries, lo
Ravenel A Holmes, L I) Mowry & Son, G W Witte,
G W Williams A co, Graeser A Smith, Reeder Sc
Davis, F W Emanuel, Stoney A Lowudes, lioli
manu Bros, T P Smith, G U Walter A co, Shackci?
rord A Kelly, J A Quackenbush. Frost A Adg?r,
Barden Sc Parker, and Order.
Steamer Argo, Klssam, Edlsto and Way Land?
ings. 23 bales upland and ll bags sea island cot?
ton, mdse and sundries. To D Nisbet, Stoney A
Lowndes, W M Lawton, Ravenel A co. G U Wal?
ter Sc co, W C Courtney A co, W A Buyle, Fraser
& DUI, Willis A Chlsolni, G W Witte, M MeGorry, J
C li ciaus.-ea, Bultmann Bros, Cameron, Barkley
Sc co, M Trlcst, and Order.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Sly, Beaufort, Paciac
Landing and Edisto. IS bales upland cotton, 7
bales sea Island cotton, and sundries. To J D
Aiken Sc co, J Colcock'A co, Hopkins, McPherson
Sc co, stoney A Lowudes, and Slsiers of Mercy.
Sloop Julia, from Rantowlcs. 1100 bushels
rough lice. To B S Rhett & Sou.
Boat fi um ?Jurist church. 3 bags sea island
cotton. Tu W Gurney.
Received rrom West Point MI1L 10 tierces rice.
To W C Bec Sc co.
Steamship Clyde, Hunter, Sew York-left -
Inst. Mdse. To Wagner, Huger A co, W A Courte?
nay, J D Aiken & co, J E Adger Sc co. Mrs Arm?
strong, Mrs M A Ashton, J Apple, ADA co, T A
Beamish, U Blschoif A co, ll Buer, Mrs M J Booth,
TS Budd, T M Bristoll, U Brown, E T Brown. W
C Bee A co, W Broukbanks, Bullmaun Bros, F C
Bonier, J U Boesch, E Bates A co, J U Br?ning, E
T Benedikt, B F A co, G A Beaman, agent, came?
ron, Barkley A co, W U Chafee A co, C A co, T D
Claucy, J Campsen, W Carrington, P L cleapor,
Courier Oillce, G ll Cornelsou, L Cuhcn, c B A co,
H Cheesboro, Goodrich, Wincmau A co, C A W, T
Campbell, Bowie, Moise A Davis, P Darcev, Dailv
Sews, Douglas A Miller, J II Lawton, L Ellas, J M
Easou A Bro, F B A co, D Fleming A co, Parch*
gutt, Benedict A co. J S Fairly A co, ll Hann, For
aythe. Mccomb A co, Mary Gullawav. J Gorham, J
ll Graver A co, U Gerdts A co, D Goldstein, W S
Uenerey, S A Hunt, Hulnics'a Book Store, Harbe?
son A co, J Iseman, A W Jaeger, W A Joues, A
Johnson, W J Green, J A co, Kanapuux A Gon?
zales, Klinck, Wickenberg A co, R L, c Kerrison,
I Kelly, T Lyons, Laurey A Alexander, Lenguick,
Sell A Foster, D L?tz, J U Muller, McLoy A Rice,
MAR, Muller A Wieters, W A Martin, J G Milnur
A co, C Mehrteus, S R Marshall, M Marks, McNa?
mara A Jones, Harbeson A co, Uart A co, J Heins,
H Klatte A co, I Hyman, J A Hamilton, J S Hyer,
A H Hayden, H A R, T M Horsey ic Bro, B O'Neill.
North, Steele A Wardell, J Ogren, J G Oetjen, J F
WNellI, D O'Neill, L Ott, J R Pringle A Son, Par?
ker A Pond, C P Poppenheim, Palmetto Pioneer
Co-operative Association, D Paul A co, H Cobla A
M), J A Quackenbush, J R Read A co, W R A co, E
3 Stoddard A co, Southern Express Company, J
shaw A co, Stiles A Jennings, A R Stillman, H
itencken A co, Schaffer Bros Steffens, Werner &
bucker, Stenhouse A co, W Steele, J C Stackley, J
itelnmeyer, ?toll, Webb A co, A L Tyler, J T T A
co, W Ufferhardt, W Vince, Wagener 4 Monsees,
Mrs Weinberg. G W Williams 4 co, Walker, Evans
4 Cogswell, Mrs C Watts, W 4 M, W 4 ti, J Webb,
J K M Wohltmann, J Wi.ey, P Walsh, Mrs Zernow,
and USP. Experienced very heavy gales the en?
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-left
- Instan ,. Mdse. To Mordecai 4 co. P C Tren
holm, J E Adger A co, B Feldmann4 co. Wagener
4 Monsees, J w Robins, T P Brown, H Bischoff 4
co, J Campsen 4 co, Ostendorff 4 co, S C Railroad
Ageat, R Tfmmllnson A co, Jeffords 4 co. Knobe?
loch 4 Small. C LUlenthal 4 co, ? H Stelling, W
Marscher, Mantoue 4 co, E Perry, Ravenel 4 co,
W M Lawton, L Chlsolm. J H W?hrmann 4 co, D
Paul 4 co, Ravenel 4 Holmes, H Gerdts 4 co, N E
Railroad Agent, G H Walter A co, T A Beamish 4
co, G W Williams 4 co, H Leldlng, W A Hammer,
H Klatte 4 co. Clacius 4 Witte, J Archer. Kana
paux A Gonzales, H Cobla 4 co, Steffens, Werner
4 Ducker, Captain Ingraham, Goodrich, Wine
man 4 co, and others.
British ship w H Moody, Hilton, Sew York-4
days. Ballast. To J A Enslow 4 co.
Steamship C W Lord, Post, Havana-6 days.
To P C Trenhelm. Bound to New York and hav?
ing experienced heavy head gales, bas put In for
A steamer, supposed the Tillie, from .Galveston
for New York.
Sehr Emma D Finney, Quillen, St Mary's, Ga.
via Savannah, Lumber. Bound to Philadelphia,
and nas put In with loss of rudder and leaky,
having experienced heavy northeast gales. The
vessel was at one time thirty miles north of Hat?
teras, and was driven back. Off Cape Romain,
saw a wreck with what appeared to be a dead
body lashed to lt.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York
James Adeer 4 co.
Steamship J w Everman, Hinckley, Philadel?
phia-W A Courtenay.
Steamship Marviand, Johnson, Baltimore
P C Trenholm.
British bark Vinco, Doyle, Liverpool-H Card.
Sehr Myrover, Brown, New York-W Roach 4
Sehr Wapella, Welton. New Tors-W Roach 4
S.br Zeta Psi, Thompson, Philadelphia.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, Najv York.
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, Baltimore.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York,
Steamer Francis Wright, -, Havana, Octo?
Brig c V williams, Froyard, Philadelphia, Octo?
UP FOR THIS POxtT.
Bark A Norris,-, at Boston, October 5.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton. Baltimore, Octo?
The brig M E Pennell, bound North, schrs W L
Bradley for Boston, Frank Jameson for Philadel?
phia, and Mott Bedell fur Alexandria, Va, pre?
viously reported went to sea. have been detained
by heavy northeast gales, and will sah first op?
5!) ip ping.
The New Al Shin TRANQUEBAR, Har
ward. Master, having a portion of Cargo
engsged, will load up promptly.
OCt6 WILLIAM ROACH A CO
The Al British Bark FLORENCE CHIP?
MAN, Captain R. Jones, is now ready to re-1_
celve cargo, and having a portlennf the same en?
gaged, will load with dispatch. 1
For frelglit engagements, apply to
octs Accommodation Wharf.
The Al British Bark ' FLORENCE CHIP?
MAN" sailed from Portland, Maine, on the_
2? h, and dally expected to arrive in ballast, win
load with dispatch.
For Freight engagements, apply to
HENRI" CARD, Agent,
octl . Accommodation Wharf.
jyjERCHANTS LINE-FOR BOSTON.
[FREIGHT ON COTTON >ic. PER POUND.]
The regular Packet Brig JOnN FREEMAN.
Baker, master, having her heavy Freight
engaged, wants eettun to mi np.
oct7-fmw3 WILLIAM ROACH 4 CO
p ? R y E fy Y O BK
ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13TH, AT 6
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Screw Steam?
ship CLYDE. Hunter, Commander, will sall
for New York on TUCRSDAY, October 13th,
at 6 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. 2, Union
Wharves, connecting with Day Passenger Trains
from Columbia and Augusta, arriving at half
past 3 P. M.
The CLYDE will connect with the Liverpool
Steamship WISCONSIN, of Messrs. WILLIAMS
4 GUION'S Line, sailing October 19.
Insurance by Steamers of this Line K per cent.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, having
very fine state-room accommodatloas, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 20 Broad street, or
to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
IJIHROUGH BILLS LADING TO AND
FROM BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The fine Steamship "SEA GULI,"
Dutton, Commander, will sail for.
Baltimore on 'IH?KSDAY, lotti Octeoer, at half
past 8 A. M.
tm* Philadelphia Freights forwarded to thai
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi
tional insurance, and consignees are allowed am?
ple time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot In Philadelphia.
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
octlO-4 No. 2 Union Wharves.
R F L O R I D A ,
TWICE A. WEEK.
FOR SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON
VILLE, IMLATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
TUE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Tte Steamer DICTATOR, Captain _ . ^ir*"1?^
George E. McMillan, will sall from^j^Sg^S?
Ceutral Wharr for above points every IL'E61>AY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock, arriving back an Charles?
ton every SUNDAY AITERNOON, at 5 o'clock.
Thc Steamer CITY POINT, Captain I). B. Vin?
cent, will sall from Central Wharf for above points
every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock, arriving
back at Charleston WE?NESDAY AI-THICOON, at ?
Fare from Charleston to Savannah, including
meals and berth, $3.
J. D. AIKEN 4 CO.. Agents,
octlO No. 5 Central Wharf.
-y^TEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACIFIC LANDING, BEACFORT, HILTON
HEAD, SAVANNAH, DA RIEN AND SA
The ravorlte Steamer
Captain L. W. Brass,
will receive Freight at South Atlan- r . yfT0^
tlc wharf for above points every?3SS3?3M
TiiEsr?Y, and leave on every WEDNESDAY MORN?
ING, at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah the same
evening, ami leaving for Darlen, Ac, the follow?
ing morning. Returning, will leave Savannali for
Charleston every MONDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or passage, apply to
[RAVENEL A HOLMES,
seplO_No. 177 Kast Bay.
TTESSELS SUPPLIED WITH CABIN AND
V MESS STORES ON SHORT NOTICE.
Captains and Stewards are respect
fully invited to call and examine the
quality and prices of our GOODS. FL
guaranteed, delivered free of expense.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 276 King street, opposite Hasel,
Charleston, S. C.
Mm* Branch of No. BOO Broadway, New York,
JOE NEW YORK.
[ON* TUESDAY. OCT. ll, AT .5 O'CLOCK F. M.)
OLD LINE NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
ESTABLISHED 1 8 4 5.
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK STATE-ROOMS.
Thc superior Side-wheel Steamship CHARLES?
TON, J. Berry, Commander, will leave Adger's
Wharf as above.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAMI- S ADGER A CO, Agents.
ta- The MANHATTAN follows on SATURDAY,
October 15th, a'. - o'clock._octlO-2
THE REGULAR STEAM LINE-WEEKLY.
. The large Iron Screw Steamship
1500 bales Cotton capacity, will be dis- ^fr&S&L
patched for Philadelphia on SATURDAY r-jt^Wi?
October 15th, at 5 o'clock P. M., from Brown's
The LEOPARD will make close connection at
Philadelphia with the Steamship ARIES, of the
Philadelphia and Boston legnlar line, saUlng on
WEDNESDAY, October 19th.
jtWThrough Bills Lading will be Issued to Bos?
ton and New York.
Cotton rate to Philadelphia Vc per pound; Rice
$1 25 per cask; Rosin 40c per barrel.
For Freight engagements only, apply to
WM. A. COURTENAY,
octlo-mwfs4 Union Wharf.
~pOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain C. _ .r!T~*w,
C. White, ls now receiving Freight ?l^itiS^i
at South Commercial Wharf, and will leave as
above TUESDAY NIGHT, the nth Instant,
at 10 o'clock.
Returning, will leave Georgetown THURSDAY AF?
TERNOON, October 13th.
For engagements, arply on beard or to
SHACKELFORD A KELLY.
The reduced rates of freight are now la effect.
Next week the steamer will commence her win?
ter schedule, leaving each port twice every week.
TIMETABLE OF STEAMER "ARGO'
FOR OCTOBER, 1S70.
DAYS OF LEAVING CHANGED TO TUESDAYS
FOR EDISTO AND ENTERPRISE. VIA JOHN'S
ISLAND FERRY, CHURCH FLATS. YOUNG'S
ISLAND, BEAR'S BLUFF, Ac.
The Steamer "ARGO," will re?
ceive Freight at South Atlantic._
Wharf, on MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, and leave
Tuesday, 4th....12 M Wednesday, 5th, ll AM
Friday, 7th, 2 P M Saturday, 8th. 1PM
Tuesday, lit ti, ev A M Wednesday, Pith, 6AM
Friday, 14th, s A M Saturday, 15th, 7AM
Tuesday, 18th, nv A M Wednesday, 19th,ll AM
Friday, 2l3t, 2PM Saturday, 22d, 1PM
Tuesday, 25th, 6AM Wednesday.20th, &v A M
Friday, 26tb, s.v A MjSaturday, 29th, 8AM
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to
DOUGLAS NISBET, Agent,
South Atlantic Wharf.
N. B.-Freight and wharfage payable on the
?pOR SAVANNAH, BEAUFORT, SEA?
BROOK'S, PACIFIC LANDING, FENWICK'S IS?
LAND, AND EDISTO.
The Fast Steamer PILOT BOY, , . a4r~*
Captain John Sly, will resume her???aj?3???"?
ronte on TUESDAY, 27th September, leavtn? Fra
ser's Wharf every TUESDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock,
for Savannah, Beaufort aud Pacido Landlug.
Every FRIDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock, for Beau?
fort, Pacific Landing, Fenwick's Island and
Will leave Savannah every WEDNESDAY AFTER?
NOON, at half past 2 o'clock, touching at Sea?
brook's, Beaufort and Pacific Landing. On the
FRIDAY Trip, will leave Beaufort FRIDAY NIGHT,
touching at all the Landings on ber way to
Charleston. Every alternate FRIDAY, she will
touch at Chlsolm's Landing.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board or
to J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL
PASSEXCER TRAINS on this Road run daily as
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Savannah.3.00 P. M.
Leave Savannah.11.15 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.20 P. M.
Connects at Savannah with the Atlantic k Gulf
Railroad fur Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and all
points in Florida.
Wita Central Railroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile. New Orleans and the West.
With Steamboats for points on the Savaunah
At Charleston with the Northeastern ami South
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all points
North and West.
Through Tickets over this linc on sole at Hotels
In Charleston; Scrcvcn House, Savannah; and all
principal Ticket, offices North and Sout h.
Freights forwarded daily to and from Savan?
nah and nil points beyond.
Through Bills of Lading issued to Jacksonville,
Tariff as low as by any other line.
C. S. GADSDEN,
oet? Engineer and Superintendent.
Trains leave Charleston dully at 9.30 A. M.,
(Sundays excepted,) and 6.30 P. M:
Arrive at Charleston 7.30 A.M., (Mondays ex?
cepted,) and 5 P. M.
Train leaving at 9:30 A. M., makes through con?
nection to New York via Richmond and Aqula
creek only-going through lu 42 hours, and with?
out detention on Sunday.
Train leaving at 6:30 P. M., have choice of route
via Richmond and Washington, or Bay route via
Portsmouth and Baltimore. Passengers leaving
Friday by this train lay over on Sunday in Balti?
more ; those leaving on saturday remain Sunday
tn Wilmington, N. c.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to Cincinnati, Chicago aud other points
West and Northwest, both trains making close
connections at Washington with Western trains of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLEArtm, General Ticket Agent.
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
OENERALSUPEH?NT_.M?j'.N? .- -?FICE, \
CHARLESTON. >. C. ll, 1ST0. J
On and after sunday. Mn" -otb, the Passenger
Tralus upon -uc Soutn ..';>. jana Railroad wiH rua
Leave Charleston.s.30 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 P. M.
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M
Arrive at Columbia.4.10 P. M.
Leave Augusta.8.uo A. M
Leave Columbia.7.45 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.3.39 P. K
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.S.so P. M
Leave Augusta.?.00 P. M
Arrive at Augusta.7.05 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.:.5.40 A. M
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Leave Columbia.7.5U p. IL
Arrive at Columbia.e.oo A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.45 A. M.
Leave Charloston.6.20 P. M
Arrive at Summerville.6.40 P. M
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.8.26 A. M.
Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains on
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, and be?
tween Camden and Kmc ville dally, (Sundays ex?
cepted,) connects with hp and down Day Pas?
sengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.6.36 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A. M.
Arrive at Camden.6.40 P. H.
H. T. PEAKE
nay 13 General Superintendent.
Afilio1 ifarnieljing ftoobs,'
EESH STOCK OE
F ALL G 0"0 D S.
MADE TO ORDER
STAR, SHTRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE THE MARKET.
Call and see the new and elegant assortment of winter and Fall Underwear,
Umbrellas, Canes, Scarfe, Ties, Bows and Gents' Furnishing Goods generally
J H E P?LIC.Y- il 0 L D E J J !,
.. STAR 8 HIRTS
. STAR SHIRTS
LIFE AND TONTINE ASSURANCE CO,
OF T H E ?OUT H.
No. 39 BROAD STREE'i', CHARLESTON, S. C.
WM. McBURMY. Piestdent.
E. P. ALEXANDER, vice-President and Actuary.
J. F. G1LMER, vice-President, resident in Georgia.
E. NYE HUTCHISON, vice-President, resident in
GEORGE E. BOOGS, Secretary.
JOHN T. DARBY. M. D., Medical Adviser.
AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE, Solicitor.
JAMES CONNER, Counsel.
R. A. KINLOCH. M. D..T Local Medical
R. LEBBY. JR.. M. D., f mers.
WiUlam C. Bee,
John R. Dukes,
George W. Williams,
James R. Pringle, ;
Lewis D. Mowry
Wm. K. Ryan,
J. Eli Gregg,
J. Harvey Wilson,
E. Nye Hutchison,
Z. B. Vance,
J. F. Gllmer,
-John L. Hardee,
John B. Palmer,
' R. O'Neale, Jr.,
John T. Darby, M. D.,
Wm. M. Shannon,
D. Wyatt Aiken,
Giles J. Patterson,
Rev. James P. Boyce,
Robt. L. McCanghrln,
George H. McMaster,
Wm. G. Whilden,
A. S. Johnson,
George H. Morfett,
George E. Bogga, ?
John H. Devereux,
Et P. Alexander,
E. J. Scott.
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with Comptroller-General for protection of Policy-Holders^
More than ONE MILLION DOLLARS of Assurance applied for I '-il
This Company, having complied with all the conditions of its Charter, is now prepared lo issue the
usual forms of Life and Endowment Policies on the Cash system.
CASH PREMIUMS! CASH DI7IDENDS! CASH POLICIES! !
All Policies non-ionettable after the payment of ONE Annual Premium. '
Paid-up Policies Issued on surrender of the original for an equitable amount. . *T * >
Purely MUTUAL I No Stockholders I All Profits DIVIDED among the Policy-Holders.. Dividends
declared Annually. .
Dividends once declared are non-forfeitable, and may be used to reduce the Premium, to increase1
the amount of Assurance, or to make the Policy self-sustaining. Dividends left with the Company,
however applied, may beused, In case of need, to pay Premiums.
Investments confined by Charter to the most solid and reliable Securities. ?
ta* Patronize the only Life Assurance m the State, and keep y.our MONEY AT HOME. . . r
JOHN H. SIMONS, Local Agent. 1
TTNICKERBOCKER MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 1
ESTABLISHED 1853. \
ERASTUS LYMAN, President. GEORGE F. 8NIFFBN, Secretary. ?I
.' . . tri ..- r --'i ..'/ ? .-- .?
INCOME FOR IStfO.$5,041,924
ASSETS OVER. 7,600,000
Securely invested under stringent Life Insurance Law of New York. . . .. . r
jrtils Company has deposited $50,000 In State Bonds with Comptroller-General of Sooth Caroling
a's addititlonal security to Local Policyholders. .
Ordinary Life, Non-Forfeiture and Endowment Policies Issued on every plan. Premiums payable,
annually, semi annuaUy and quarterly.
Rates of Premium are as low as any Company can offer and do a safe business. Np extra charge
for Sonthern residence.
Cash and Reversionary Dividends proportioned on Contribution plan declared annually, and may'
be used to reduce Premiums for ensuing year, or to increase amount assured.
A Loan or xsy? per cent, on amount or premiums allowed If desired. No restrictions on travel In?
st: y portion of the United States or Europe. Losses promptly paid. '
WM. S. HASTIE ? SON, General Agents for the Carolinas,
No. 43 BROAD STREET, Charleston, 8. C.
TJNION INSURANCE COMPANY, OF SAN FRANCISCO.
CAPITAL, GOLD.$750,000 00
ASSETS. GOLD, JULY 1, 1869.$1,051,998 73
" PT* BOARD OF REFERENCE IN NEW YORK:
H. B. CLAFLIN, of H. B. Claflin A Co. EUGENE KELLY, of Eugene Ketty A Co.
GEORGE OPDYKE, of George Opdyke A Co. J. G. KITTLE, of Dewitt, Kittie A Co. ? :
DAVID DOWS, of David Dows A Co. WM. T. COLEMAN, late of Wm. T. Coleman A Co..
JOHN WINSLOW, of Van Cott, Winslow A Van Colt, j
POLICIES GRANTED IN CURRENCY OB 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 M. JT3 . HERIOT ?fe CO., AGENTS?
.CHARLESTON, S. C.
AND WI N T EB
JUST OPENED AT
S T O L 3L. ,
We beg tojuform the ladles of Charleston that wc have opened a large WHOLESALE STOCK AT
No. 289 KING STR? ET, for the convenience of those filling Country Orders, where they can get all
classes of Goods by the piece, at jobbing rates, as low as at any house in me city.
Wt have also arranged our RETAIL STORE with special care for adding to the comfort and
convenience of the ladles and all who purchase
C U E A. I? DRY
_We are determined to sell all styles of Goods at a very greta auvance on cost, and hope that
?*?Trrientls and all consumers ol the useful, as well as ornamental Goods in our Une, win give
us a call before pnrchasing elsewhere, "'v - ?.? tc
We have Just made very large additions to our Stocks in both Stores. We beg to eau specif 1 -
attention to a few leading styles:
DRESS GOODS PROM AUCTION-CHEAP.
A lot of FALL POPLIN'S, 25 ceuts ?
AU shades in Plain Colored Alpacas, at 25 cents, worth 40 cents-cheep
Large lot of Detains, a gool assortment of Poplins, Plain and Plaid, from 35 to 45 ceuts
liTshadea Figured ottoman Cloths, at 86 cents. These are choice Goods. Also, the 4-4 Ottoman
Cloths-In all shades
Large assortment of Empress Cloths, ranging In price from 65 to 90 cents and $L
Alse, a CHEAP LOT OF FLANNELS, Longcloths, Sheetings, Brown and Bleached Shirtings. ic, Ac
Together wtth every other article to be found in a DRY GOODS HOUSE, which we wfll sett low
for cash, cr city acceptance, at
sep26 S TO LL, WEBB & CO.
'WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCH
MACHINE. . .
are the best in nse.
For sale on the Lease Flan, with monthly pay?
ments, on easy terms, or for cash. All kidds ol
Machine attachments, Needles, Cotton, (white,
black and colored,) Silk, OH, 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 King stree:,
angl7 Charleston. S. C.
jyR. BING'S PILE REMEDY.
For sale by Da. H. BAKE.
S TAB LISHED 185S
So. 1204 Frankford Avenue, above Girard Avenue,
Manufacturer of Exclusively First-class
i__5_B_ __ NEWEST STYLES:
! Clarences, Landaus, Landaulettes, Cloae
Coaches, Shifting Quarter Coaches, Coupes, Ba?
rouches, Pbanons, Rockaways, Ac, suitable for
private family and public use. Also, Hearses si
most modern styles and finish. ?
Designs and prices furnished when desired.
Workmanship and finish second to none in the
country. _ . .
Fine and varied stock completed, on hana ana
to the works. . .
Orders receive prompt and personal attention.
All work warranted. _S_sepl2-lmo