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NEWS OE THE HA.Y.
-Gold at New York closed at lOialOJc.
-The New York cotton market closed weak.
Sales 3300 boles at 15 j; cents.
-The James River is frozen over at Richmond.
-lt ls stated that King William's new title will
be Emperor, and not Emperor of Germany.
-The New York Tribune th mks that the renom?
ination of General Grant for 1872 ls a foregone
-The engagement of Mr. J. G. Bennett, Jr., of
the New York Herald, to Miss Margaret Middle,
ton, ia announced. Miss Middleton ls a Buffalo
lady, arid a niece of Leonard W. Jerome.
-The bishop of Chalons, France, has written
his name down on the list of notables ohosen to
stand on the locomotives of thc dally trial trains,
and baa even proposed to replace the fathers, of
families exposed to this obligation.
?The articles of Impeachment presented against
Governor Holden have appeared In the Raleigh
papers. They constitute a formidable indict?
ment, charging him, as they do, with the nu mor?
ons unlawful acts of which he is so well known
to be guilty.
-The friends of the Southern Pacific Railroad
have so* far made no public demonstration lu
Congress, but have quietly prevented the passage
Of bills giving lands to other roads. They insist
that none such sholl pass In advance of their pro
-General G. W. Custls Lee, second son to Gene?
ral Robert E. Lee, l as formally accepted thc
presidency of Washington College, at Lexington.
General Lee has been for some time a professor
. tn the Virginia Military Institute, where he was
much distinguished for ability. Tho personal re?
semblance to his father ls vi ry striking.
-The Paper Trade Reporter says that petticoats
arc now made of paper printed in such colors as
to imitate the fasMonable textile fabrics usually
worn as such garments, or stamped In open work
with such beauty und delicacy as is hardly attain?
able with ot her material, and each ls sold at thc
moderate price of fifteen cents, table-cloths,
cretonnes and chintz, and even shoes, which are
said to be durable, are made of paper.
-Mr. Charles Allen Perklus, assistant secretary
of the Americau Legation at Lisbon, Portugal,
was married on the 12th of November, at Lisbon,
to Princess Donna Maria Isabel Francisco de
Bourbon y Bourbon, daughter of her Royal "Ugli?
ness the Inlanta of Spain, and a nelce of thc ex
Queen Donna Isobel II, and the ex-King Francisco
de Assis or Spain. Many distinguished American
officers and thc aristocracy or Lisbon were pres?
ent at the ceremony. A grand banquet weuud
up the affair.
-The most strenous attempts continue to bc
made to rats; thc strength or the armies or
France. Especially Is this true of Brittany,
where the youths trom eighteen ro twenty-one
years old aie hoing drilled, as well as tho married
men from twenty-one to forty years or age.
Great complaints ure made, however, that the
departments generally do not make Hie sacrifices
called for, nor even obey ttie orders of the gov?
ernment. Central and Western * rance have, tor
the most part, provided the recruits required by
the government; while the South has been very
remis? in the discharge of military obligation.
-It was recently stated that the President had
pardoned ex-speakor Calicott, or the New York
State Legislature, who was; two years ago, sen?
tenced to two years' imprisonment and $10.000
fine for defrauding the revenue. The sentence
covered imprisonment till the flue was paid, lt
now appears that Mr. < allcott refu-es to receive
the pardou, on thc ground that: he was convicted
of a crime of which he was not legally guilty. He
has therefore applied for a writ ot habeas corpus.
His counsel aliege3 that the provisions of thc law
nuder which he was tried and convicted had been
repealed before the Mid took pince. Neither the
lawyers who defended him nor the judge who sen
tenced him was awxre of the repeal of thc law
for the violation for which he was convicted
What ls still more singular-although the fact
was discovered noon a:tor his sjuteuce-lt b Inz ;
a criminal tase, no !e?al manhinTy has yet been
devised by which ?ie can be set free, ir he persist
in reruslug io accept the purdon.
-Details of the discussions W South Germany
relative to thc adjustment or a m-w Confedera?
tion show that, In spite or the brotherhood ii:
arms, and the general Increase or patriotic feel?
ing, the old distrust or Prussia is not yet dead
Even thc war lias had its share In developing
this, since, in the language of a writer at Dresden,
"the ?suspicious elements'-namely, the Bava?
rians. Wurtcmburgi rs and Pules-have almost al?
ways beeu piaced In the front,'the Prussians
being nsualiy brought up as rc nrorrcnienis. und
orteu Obtaining the credit of .i victory which they
only helped to secure a ter lt had been substan?
tially achieved by their southern allies." This
State of feeling ls adduced t-> explain the Impor?
tant privileges demanded for ami granted to Ba?
varia In the new Band. Just as lt certainly Inspir?
ed the bl.ter Bcarcasm uttered by a Bavarian Ra?
dical, that if Prussia continued her arbitrary poli?
cy, "she would have to demand from France not
only Alsace uud Lorraine, but also Cayenne."
-The ex-Secr?stary of state, Mr. Seward, lu his
famous Oriental tour from court to court ia the
East, seems destined t;i experience in his person a
series of adventures whltrt, lu th=lr features of
wild Improbability, rival, If they do not-sarpass,
the marve.* of the Arabian Nights, lt ls only a
few weeks ago that we heard or his having pene?
trated into tho awiol presence or the Brother or
the Sun and Moon and Protector or the Earth,
the Emperor of China. Imposing as that event
waa, however, it wai not so romantic by half as
bis subsequent dinner, on the 27th of October,
with the Russian. Ambassador at Tien-tsln. While
Mr. Seward was partaking of the hospitalities of
mat envoy, in the same moment tlie rigid-al
though*rcluctnnt-sense of Justice of the authori?
ties of the town was, within a stone's throw of
where he sat, cutting ot! sixteen Chinese heads,
whereof the owners had participated in thc hor?
rible Tien tsin massacres sqmc months ago. Here
was a combination of piquant accessories indeed,
which must have sharpened tho appetite of the
ex-premier, and possibly suggested sonic reflec?
tion not unfamiliar to his experience on this side
of thc globe, when little bells tinkled dungeons
-The lion. Mrs. Yelverton-Lady Avonmore
In a note to the editor o? the San Francisco Bulle?
tin, brlctly defines her position, which a few of the
Americnn papers have misrcprescn;cd. Her c;ise,
she "states, has tC3n thiough eighteen different
trials-the Scotuh and Irish benches each declar?
ing in her favor. In the trial in England the mar?
riage issue was never decided, she having been
non-suited on tho ground orno jurisdiction. Upen
ano'her occasion rhe House or Lords, haviu? a
conjoint action before them, refused on thc one
hand the petition of M:dor Yelverton to be declar?
ed rrec or marriitge with her, and on thc ot lier
pronounced a Judgment or "non-prov a" against
her marriage with him. Th's singular decision
took the legal profession by surprise. It was the
acme or mystlUcallon or the Scotch law or mar?
riage. Major Yelverton was not freed, but she
was net bound : Fortunately their real status did
not depend upon the Scotch matrlage, thc Irish
one having been finally proved In 1802, since
which time the continuation ff the various suits
has only been litigious and vexatious, as a Scotch
court could never inieifere with au IrLsh mar?
riage, and the litigar jon was luteudcl merely to
stave orrcrinilnal proceedings for bigamy In Scot?
land. They were not married a third time in Eng?
land, otherwise, she presumes; theie might be a
third claimant for dower on the Avonmore estate,
such is the peculiar complications or the British
Milking Money Cheap!
We print an article in which tho Barnwell
Set.tine! reiterates its reasons for supporting
thc proposition, now before thc General As?
sembly, for thc re-establishment of the old
u?ury laws of the State. The Sentinel can?
didly admits that the general argument
against usury laws is unanswerable, but it
evidently thinks that South Carolina is an
exceptiou to tho rule, and1 that, in this State,
capitalists contrive to obtain, for their money,
far more than the money is really worth.
That is to say, in the absence of usury laws,
the planters of South Carolina love tha city
factors and bankers so dearly that they in?
sist upon borrowing money in Charleston at
one and two per cent, a month, when they
can get it, with ease, in New York at seven
per cent, a year. "Thi3 Charleston rate is
"an extortion, a fraud. Tho New York rate
"is leas than half as much. Farmers und
"planters ruin themselves by paying Charles
"tou these enormous prices. But they will
"do it, unless the usury laws prevent. They
"are not shrewd enough to lind out before
"hand what borrowed capital costs, or what
"is likely to be the protit upon their crop.
"Tliey arc not able to take care of tliciu
"selve3. Therefore, the State must step in
"and say that they shall not pay more Iban
"seven per cent, a year."
This, logically speaking, is thc precise
' position of Uic Sentinel. Unless that paper
I admits that the Sooth Carolina planters are
unable to take care of their own iuterests;
unless it insists that thc planter who is keen
at a horse-trade or in buying a house, loses
his wits when he-comes to borrow money
it cuu have no solid reason for asking the
Legislature to prevent the planters from bor?
rowing money, as they do now, without per?
suasion qr intimidation, ot the Jowcst_priciJ
at which it can bc had. Nay, to sustain
itself, the Sentinel must go farther. It must
contrive a law to compel all persons who have
monpy al their command to lend it, upon
demand, at not exceeding seven per cent.
Unless this cati lie done, the usury laws will
noe enable the planters to obtain what money
they require; for the simple reason that
money iu Charleston is worth, on stock col?
laterals, on eal!, one or one and a half per
cent, a month, and, while this rule bolds,
bankers will not advance their money to fac?
tors ur planters at seven per cent, a year.
The fact thai money can be borrowed in
New York at Bro ami seven per cent., under
certain conditions, does not help the argu?
ment. No planter is forbidden to go to New
York to borrow money. The financial world
is all before him. We say that, if he cnn get
money cheaper in New York than he can get
it here, he ought to go, and will go, to New
York, and uot to Charleston. But as long tis
money rs worth twelve per cent, in Charles?
ton, borrowers here will have to pay thal
rate, or go without the mouey. And this will
be so, whether the legal rate b:j live or fif?
teen per cent.
We oppose usury laws because they have
failed (.1 cheapen money wherever they were
tried; because they have made money dearer
wherever they have been in operation ; be?
cause the laws of trade in South Carolina,
are the saine as iu every other place where
the vain attempt hus been made to ?x by
statute the price of money; because the
planters are as free now as they ever will be
to burrow mouey in the cheapest market;
because the effort :o compel a banker'to
take seven dollars for what is worth twelve
will only make money harder to obtain, and
make its price higher lo those who continue
to borrow. It is in the interest ofborrowei-s
of money that we oppose usury laws, aud
we (irmly believe that if the bill of Mr.
Wilkes is defeated, we, and all who think
with us, will deserve the thanks of ihe agri?
cultural and laboring population, of the State.
The War Songs of Gcnusity,
The German war songs, whether old or
new, ring willi the assertion of the unity of
tiie Teutonic lace; they all claim the Rhine;
they all look forward to the restoration o?
the German Empire. All these features are
marked ia the collection of German war
lyrics printed ?ti the London Quarterly He
1 view. Tile Ural, we notice, was written by
Arudt i:i 1811, when Thiers was stirring up
the French to war, and calls for a mustering
of the Germans tar the invasion of France.
Every verse concludes with this cry :
.'To the Rhine, cross the river, advance I
All Germany, on, imo France !"
One of the verses declares :
"Of Strasburg, and Metz, and Lorraine I
They Khali hand it all back to the uttermost
Auotlier song, by the same author, writ?
ten at tho same period-thirty years ago
uses the wor.U : "Our Fatherland, all Ger?
many"-"Again, as once, one Germany !"
Two old German legends are reproduced.
One represents the Emperor, Frederick Bar?
barossa, as not dead, but enchanted, waiting
in an underground palace for the summons
to recall him to preside as Emperor over a
united German Empire. I
One verse of a song upon this legend runs
"The glories or the Empire,
Alone with him he's ta'en,
And when the time is ripe he'll rise
And bring them back again."
He is represented as opening his eyes
"now and then in centuries," and telling his
page to go forth and see
Tlie ravens, as in days gone by,
Are flying round the hills."
If they are, theu he
"Must sleep another century
The general desire of the Germans for
united Empire of Germany leads them to
look upon tho King of Prussia as tho repre?
sentative of Barbarossa, and in the same
spirit to interpret "the ravens" as the
French. A recent song thus renders tho
"Now is Germany one ; like the breath of thc
Thc glad tidings echo aronnd.
X"w, Emperor, rise from thy tomb again,
Thc Ravens are underground.''
Another old legend i3 referred to in
song, which we can only glance at. The le?
gend runs thu3 : When the Turks for the
inst time 3hall have watered their steeds in
the Rhine, then the Germau Empire shall
come again. The interpretation is that
France had in her tririn a number of
"Turcos," and that fulfils the prophecy. The
song then bursts forth exultingly
"Our Emperor rides to election
Rise, Emperor of Germany, rise !"
The celebrated Rhine song of Niklos
Becker, written about thirty years ugo, ha3
this verse :
"Our Rhine, our German river,
Shall never bc betrayed,
'Till the last brave German warrior
Beneath its stream ls laid."
The famous "Rhino Watch," written ir
1840, by Max Schneckenburger, uuder the
feeling caused by Thiers's provocation of
Germany, lias the following invocation :
"Defend my Rhine, cries Germany !"
"Each plights his oath that Rhine shall roll,
"As German as his Ccrman soul '."
"We all wlil jjuard with heart and hand,
The German Rhine for German land."
A recent war song has this verse :
"AH old disunion passed away,
Shout, shout, from shore to shore,
We've found our Fatherland at last,
"We'll never lose lt more."
Another recent song, called "The Song of
the War Harvest," has this verse :
"Our Waterloo ls ripe agata ;
Mow, eager German sword, amain,
Nor hold thy glorious harvest done
'Till Alsace and Lorraine be won.''
THU Lexington Dispatch says that it has
not heard, or read, a singl? convincing argu?
ment in favor of the proposed revivul of the
usury laws, and it, accordingly, protests
against it. .
_Coat ano jfonttft.
STRAYED INTO LOT NORTHEAST
corner of Shepherd and King streets, a COW.
owner can have same hy paying expenses.
STRAYED, FROM No. 37 EAST BAY,
two EnRllsh TERRIERS, eighteen nndpine
months or age. yo low and White, and entire
White Ears, trimmed. Tads long. A reward or-five
dollars each will be for their delivery co C T.
LOWNDES. . de:20-2
T?KGUSn, FRENCH, CLASSICAL AND
Northwest Corner Bull and. Coming Streets.
The Exercises or the subscriber's Schcol will he
resumed on MONDAY, 2d January. A few pupils
can be accommodated with board.
deo23-wfma JOS. T. CALDWELL.
CLASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL, ENG?
LISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN SCHOOL,
BEACFA1N STREET, ONE DOOR WEST OF PITT.
The full course of studies ir. this School will be
comprehensive, and ls intended to occupy six ?
rear*. Pupils commencing at the ase or ten. or
if older and prepared, joining an advanced elliss
and continuing until sixteen, will he prepared to
cn?er auy of cur Colleges or Universities, or for a
busiin-ss lire. Exercises will be resumed on MON?
DAY, January 2d.
HENRY M. BRUNS, Principal.
CHARLES Ii. COCHRAN, Assistant.
A row Boys will be received os Boarders in the
ramily of the Principal._dec28-mws4
fa S ACHTLEBE N'S
(BOARDING AND DAY ?CHOOL,)
.YO. 44 BEA UFA IN ?I THE ET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
This SCHOOL i=i now permanently established
in the above locality. The course ol instruction
cmhruc'.-s thc Classics, Mod rn Languages, Mathe?
matics. English Branches and Drawing.
The preseut Corps or Teachers consists or :
Thc Principal, who teaches the Ancient and
Mr. I'UILIF P. MAZYCK. In charge or the Eng?
lish Branches, and Mr. JOHN B. HASKELL, who
instructs especially In Mathematics.
Mr. MAZYCK will, alter the ilrst of Jinnary
next, bc prepared to receive BOARDERS Into his
For Circulars, address A. SACHTLEBEN,
deelO-mwfO P. 0. Box 07, Charleston, S. C.
MI?S A. L. SALOMON CONTINUES
to teach WAX and ROSIN FRC IT; Wax,
Wurst cd, Hair, Leather and Paper Flowers; Gre
clau ?nd Orient-.il Painting; Embroidery, Tapestry
and Tulling Work; Crochet, Nelllup. K'lining
and Fancy Work, in its various branches, at No'.
23 Society street, third door east of Meeting,
where specimens can be seen.
Ordjcrs in any of the above branches promptly
RING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY
SCHOOL, YORKVILLE, S. C.
The first session of the School year of 1371. will
beglu on the Ft HST or FEBRUARY.
I erins-For School Expenses, 1. e., Tuition,
Books, Stationery, Ac, Boarding, Fuel, Lights
and Washing, $135 in currency per session of five
For circulars, containing rall particulars, apply
' to. . Colonel A. COWARD.
dec20-13_Principal and Proprietor.
jyj^OUNT ZION SCHOOL
W I N N S 3 0 It 0 ' , S. C.
G. A. WOODWARD, GRADUATE UNIVERSITY
OF VIRGINIA. PRINCIPAL.
M. M. FARROW, GRADUATE S. C. M. A.j ASSO?
The Exercises or this School will be resumed
TUES!) \Y, January 2.1871. and coutpine without
intermission till close ol scholastic year. June 30.
Pupils r celved at any time and charged tu close
or terni. Students are subjected ti? the whole?
some restraints or tnllliary discipline, and wear
an appropriate uniform. For circulars, address
the Principal. . deo7-ws8
ENGLISH AND GERMAN SCHOOL, No
82 WENTWORTH STREET.-The exercises of
this i n s: it ut lon embrace all the branches necessary
for a good English and Commercial edncation.
Tho hours irum 3 to 6 o'clock P. M. are devoted
to German kasons, viz: Orammar, Speaking,
Writing iud Heading. Lessons in Drawing and
Moulding every Saturday morning. The Night
School from 7 to 9 o'clock, ror exercises or Arith?
metic, Reading, Spelling and Writing, and Orna?
mental and Mechanical Drawing for adults.
The Academy is under my special superinten?
dence, with the assistance or Mr. J. MCDONALD,
Mian J. H. ANGEL, Miss LEONHARDT, Miss J.
Vocal Music by Prolesaor F. BEROitHAN.
C. H. BERGMANN,
gentlemen can be pleasantly accommodated
at the corner of Wentworth and Glebe streets.
PALMETTO LODGE, No. L KNIGHTS
OF PYTHIAS.-Regular Meeting TO-NIGHT,
at 7 o'clock. Members will please come prepared
to pay their arrear's. The Third Degree will be
conferred. By order of the W. 0.
dec28 J. H. KENDALL Recording Secretary*.
SUMTER SOCIAL CLUB-THE MEM?
BERS of the above Club are requested to at?
tend an Extra Meeting, Tins Evan INO, at
Schachte's Dall, at half-past 7o'clock. A punctuc
al attendance ls particularly desired, as Impor
i a business will be brought up for considera?
tion. By order. WM. T. LEOPOLD,
IO. 0. F.-SOUTH CAROL?NA LODGE,
. No. L-A Regular Meeting ol tlii-* Lodge.
will luke place. THIS EVENINO, at Odd Fellow's
Hall, at 7 o'clock. An election for Officers will
take place for the ensuing term. A full atten
d.mcc of members ls requested, as business of im?
portance will t>e transacted.
dcc28 ROBT. JAMES, Recording Secretary.
ALADY OF EXPERIENCE WISHES A
Situation as Teacher, either in a private
family or school: the fermer preferred. Refer?
ences given ir desired. Address Box No. 10,
Greenville, S. c. dcr28-t*
WANTED, TWO OR THREE EXPERI
EXOED CANVASSERS. Apply ar No. 197
King street, between S and 9 o'clock A. M. -
WANTED, A SERVANT TO COOK,
wash and iron, with refrenes. Apply
at Mr. ALEXANDER'S, King street, three doors
rrom Queen. _dec28-l*
WANTED, SE TORAL SMART FEMALE
Assistants at Archer'. Bazaar. No. 363
King street, to reside with, the rainlly. Must
come well recommended. dec2S-l*
WANTED, A TEACHER. MALE OR
Female, to take charge of a small School
In SL Matthew's Parish. One "who can give in?
structions in Music'preferred. A liberal salary
will he niven, and board furnished. Address F. &
w., sr. Matthew's P. 0" S. C. _deegt-j
WANTED, A.FIRST-RATE COOK.
None need upply wltbont tho best recom?
mendation. Apply, before io o'clock In the morn
lng. qt No. is Mee'lng street._declB
WANTED, A SMART, ACTIVE COL
ORED BOY, to walt about the honsc. Re?
commendations required. Apply at No. 15 Meet?
ing street, befo o lo o'clock in the morning,
FOR SALE, EMPTY PACKING BOXES,
assorted sizes, at No. 197 King street.
FOR SALE, SEC* 'ND HAND WHEELER
ft WILSON and SINGER. MATRIXES, lu
good order, at No. 197 King street. dcc-28-2
FOB SALE, A No. 1 WHEELER &
WILSON'S SEWING MACHINE. In Cabinet
Case-cheap. Apply at J. L. LONGFORD'S. No. 27
CUA KC\(\_FOR SALE, A LONG
i?-?OUU. ESTABLISHED BUSI?
NESS, (Retail.) paying anet prodtof $2500 per an?
num. Ample time given a purchaser to learn the
business. This ls a rare chance for an-active man
to secure a permanent income. Business done
wholly for cash. Persons having the "stamps"
and meanlngbuslness may address "$250O in?
come," Box V, DAILY NEWS Office, giving real
olo ft em.
FARM TO RENT.-A FARM OF FOUR?
TEEN acres, situated on thc Bellvedlere
Tract, three miles from the city. To rent low to
a good tenant. Apply al J. C. H. CLAU.^SEX'S,
FOR RENT OK SALE, A BEAUTIFUL
ESTATE In -Oraugeburg District, situated
on Lyons Creek,xhree and a half miles from the
.-outn Carolina'Railroad. The tract contains
2600 acres, soil rich red clay, adapted to cotton,
corn, wheat, root crops and clover.
A splendid range for cattle; sunny hillsides for
vlueyards, and low lauds for meadows. Lyons
Creek, a large, never-falling stream runs through
the estate, and furnishes one of the ?uest wat.?:
powers in thc Mate.
A most valuable iron ore has been discovered
recently on thc place.
Tho estate has on lt ?ll the necessary farm
buildings, negro house*, barns, atables, gin
houses and small dwelling, lt has been In cou
stant cultivation since the "war, and the splendid
growing crop wouid give entire satisfaction.
It ls oilercd for rent or sale, on reasonable
?UUress Mrs. L M. KS ITT',
Society Ulli, Darlington Distrier, s. o.
Or R. li. MARSHALL ?1 BRO., Ko. 33 Brnnd
CDissolntions of Oopnr?nersiiip.
The Firm of WILLIS ft CIIISOLM ls tills day
dis-olved by mutual con-eat. The liquidation of
their affairs will be conducted by E. WILLIS. who
will commue thc business on his own account.
Charleston, S. C., December 0,1870. dee7
pRESENTs" " ' FOU THE HOLIDAYS^
The particular attention of thc Ladles ls called
to the opening of the lar?est and meat fashiona?
ble stock of
UPHOLSTERY AND DECORATIVE GOODS
that has been exhibited in this city since thc
war. W. J. TRIM.
No. 243 Kine street,
_Two doors south of Beanfain street.
"yyiNDOW CURTAINS, SHADES AND
SWISS. NOTTINGHAM ANO MUSLIN CURTAINS
Wnlntit. Rosewood and Cdt Cornices
Cords, Tassels and Plctnro Nails
Window Hollands, Burr, Blue Green and White
Plain ?nd Decorated Window shades.
At TRIM'S UPHOLSTERY WAREROO.MS,
_No'. 243 Kine street.
JpiNE UPHOLSTERY GOODS,
REPS, TERRIES AND SATIN DAMASKS
Plushes, Moreens and French Lastings
French und English Cretonnes and Chintzes
Llucu Coverings nud Furniture Stripes
Gimps, Tassels, Conti es ni?d Hunds.
At TRIM'S UPHOLSTERY WAAR ROOMS,
No. 243 Kins street.
FRENCn AND AMERICAN PAPER HANGINGS
Embroidered Table und Plano Covers, Tolle
With a great variety or the latest styles of
FANCY GOODS in the same iine. At
TRIM'S UPHOLSTERY WA RE ROOMS.
_No. 243 King street.
J?URN1TU1O RENOVATED AND RE
This establishment makes a specialty or catting
LAMBREQUINS AND DRAPERIES from the new
.est designs. Also, of Hair, Muss and Wool Mat
tresses sud Pew Cushions.
SOFAS, CHAIRS AND LOUNGES repaired ami
covered, by Hie most competent workmen, atstieh
prices and terms that will not fall to give satis
W. J. '1 RIM'S UPHOLSTERY WAREROOMS,
No. 243 King street,
dec7-wfralmo Two doors south of Heaufaln.
0 L ??~M~B FATH 0 T E L 7
COLUMBIA, S. 0.,
WM. GORMAN, PROPRIETOR.
The Proprleior or tins pleasantly located and
elegantly furnished Establishment, at the Statt
Capital, desires to inform the iruvelllng public and
others seeking accommodations, tha*. Inc ?'U0
UIICBIA" is iu every respect a Qrsl-CIOSS Hole!,
unsurpassed by any In the State or the United
Mutes, situated In thc business centre or tin
city, with line large airy rooms, and a table sup
plied with every delicacy or the season, boin from
New York and Charleston markets, the Piopric
tor pledges that no efforts will bf spared to give
perfect satisractlon in everv respect.
A first-class Livery Stable ls attached to thc
Hotel, where vehicles of every description can bf
had at Hie shortest notice.
Omnibuses attend the arrival and departure ol
every Train. WM. GORMAN.
Proprietor and Superlntondent.
J. D. BUDDS, Cashier._aprl3-wrm
J^Q^ HENRY'S RETREAT, JQrJ
No. 107 EAST BAY, ONE DOOR BELOW BROAD
, ,. STRhST.
2. Oysters always Iresh on hand.
3. FREE LUNCH rrom hair-past 10 o'clock
4. Meals at all hours. Dinner served from 12
to 4 P. M.
6. Meals served on Sunday until 2 P. M.
0. The best IMPORTED WINES, Liquors and
7. Only place In rown for good genuine Hot
Tom and Jerry.
Gtve me a eau. -
Formerly Barkeeper the Milla House.
^ILLER'S ALMANAC FOR 1871.
FIFTY-FOURTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION.
This veternn ALMANAC will bc ready for sale
to morrow, December 29th, atB. K.NEUFYILLE'S
Stationery Depot, No. 107 East Bay, and at Hie
Book Stores generally. Orders from the country
to bc addressed to A. M. WILLIAMS Se BROTHER,
Printers, and must contain the cash remittance
to insure attention.
Trade price$7 per hundred; $1 per dozen. Any
quantity less than one hundred will bc charged at
the price per dozen. _doc28-wths3
UR HOLIDAY CATALOGUE.
This can gire only a slight Idea of our Large and
Beautiful Stock of
BOOKS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON.
FOG ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
Now ready, a new edition of that beautiful
Christmas poem THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL, by a
lady of Charleston, with illustrations by the '
author. Price, ce cents. Sunday-schools supplied
at $2 50 ncr dosen.
MISS KILMANSEitG AND HER PRECIOUS LEG,
a Golden Legend, by Hood, w?h sixty lilus
tra?ons.. The style of this book is entirely
original In typography and illustrations.
Songs of Home, with numerous Illustrations Mo?
rocco cloth, $5; Morocco extra, $9.
Forest Scenes, with illustrations on every page,
Picture Gallery of Nations, fully illustrated, Mo?
ri cen cloth, ir lt r. S3.
The Birth and Childhood of Our Lord, with medi?
tations, twelve photographs, ic.
Tlie Holiday---Christ mas, Easter and Whitsun?
tide, illustrated by Darley. $6.
Gems of Art, from Rubens, Titian, Hobilna and
others, executed in colors, S4.
The Gallery of Fine Arts, from British and foreign
St. Geor.e and thc Dragon, Illustrated by Frank?
lin. $4 25.
Milton's ode on the Morning or Christ's Nativity,
over luity Illustrations, 32 50.
Whittier's Ballads or New England, with Illustra?
tions and vignettes. $5.
Ceorgc Herbert's Poetical Works, with over two
hundred Illustrations and ornamentations,
The Book or Shakespeare Gems, landscape illus
t rations of localities In lils dramas, $4.
Spanish Pictures, drawn with pen and pencil, by
Dote, and others, $4.
Art and Song, selections from choice poems, wlih
nineteen steel engravings, $14.
Dalzeel's Illustrated Arabian Nights, one huudred
illustrations, 2 vols., folio, S7 60.
The Midnight Skv. familiar notes on the stars and
planets, by Dunkin, with thirty two star
maps and numerous other Illustrations, $3
Women or thc Bible, with numerous illustrations,
The Parables ot Our Lord, with ten Illustrations
and ornamentations, $7.
Illustrations or the Lire or Martin Luther, en?
graved In line alter original designs, hy P. H.
Laboucher, with letter press descriptions, by
In addition to the above wehave all the Stand?
ard Poets, illustrated, and various styles of at?
JUVENILE BOOKS.-Especial attention has been
given to our Juvenile Department. Onr as?
sortment ls unusually large, and great care
has been taken to select good books for the
young or all ages.
BIBLES AND Pit A i ER BOOKS.
A large stock or English, Family and Pocket Bl
b.es and Episcopal Prayer Books, embracing
oil the newest editions and styles or bindings.
Thc prices or Bibles and Prayer Books have |
hcen greatly reduced. Our stock offers as
large a variety osean be had, and at thc re?
DIARIES FOR 1871.
A large assortment, combining thc Pocketbook
and Diary, some entirely new styles.
Photograph Albums. Writing Albums. Autograph
Albums-our varieties of these beautiful aril
tides arc un-urpassed and cheap.
Writing Desks, Writing Cases and Portfolios, em?
bracing every variety of styles, from $1 up to
Our store ls arranged so as to afford visitors
every convenience for examining the books, ond
the price or each book ls marked In plain figures.
"T. H.-Our Monthly Literary Bulletin will be
sent FREE to persons In the country.
USS' Persons residing lu the country will please
bear in mimi that by sending their orders ro us
for any books published in America, they will be
charged only the price oi the book. We pay for
the postage or express.
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 KING STREET (In the Bend,)
4un2S Charleston, S. C.
ILLUSTRATED HOLIDAY OIFT- BOOKS.
FLOWERS FROM THE UPPER ALPS.- with
Glimpses of their Humes, superbly Illustrated
with chrom? lithographs, folio. $12 50.
The Arts in the Middle Ages, and at tho Period
of the Renaissance. By Paul Lacroix. Curator of
thc Imperial Library o' ? lie Arsens', Purls-, ?lins
trtited ?Ith nineteen chromo-lliliographlc print?
and upward ol' four huudred engravings ?in wood.
Ecclesiastic:.! Art In Germany during the Middle
Age^. By Pmfes-or'Liibke. Illustrated with otic
hundred and eighty-four engravings, 1 vol., 8vi
specimens of the Drawings or the Ten ^rastcrs,
with descriptivo letter press and tweuty photo?
graphs, 4t<\ handsome!* bound. $10.
Suns* Of Home, with thirty-six illustration* by
Fenn, Hennessy, Griswold, ic, and right auto?
graphs, uniform with ' Songs or Lire." "Kath
nua," "Bitior-Sweet," .Vc, cloth, full gilt. $5.
The Wunders of Engraving. Uy George Du
plessis. Willi thirty-four fine wood cms and ten
photograph reproductions In autotype, illustrative
of thc varions stages of the uri of engraving,
from the earliest times to the present. $6.
Marvels or (ihi-s-Maklng. By A. Sauzsy. With
?sixty-seven 'illustrations ?m wood, .nul ten auto
type copies ?! thu best examples lu t|ic South Ken?
sington Museum. $G.
Wonders of Italian Art. By Louis Vlardnt. With
ten BUtotype* and thirty engravings cloth. $0.
Wonders of Painting, or the Spanish, French.
English and flemish Schools. By M. Vlardnt.
With numerous ontotypc and wood cut lllastra
lions, elm h. gilt. $0.
The Birth and Childhood or our Lord Jesus
Christ. Meditations selected from the works of
Augustine, Chrysostom, Cusin, Hall, (.'alvin, ftc,
with twelve photograph*after Da Vinci. Raffaello.
Murillo, Guli)-). Delarot he, Ary Seltener, sud other
masters, 1 vol.. illuminated cloth, extra if ur. S?.
Illustrations or the Life of Martin Luther. En?
graved lu linc after original paintings hy Laban
j'.terc, with letter-press. By Rev. Merle D'Aublgne.
t welve pictures In folio. $o.
Library of I'oc rv and Seng. TJefng a choice
selection from the be-t poets, with Introduction
by Win. Cullen Bryaut. Handsomely illustra'ed,
lvol., 8vo. $0.
The Song of thc Sower. By Wm. Cullen Bryant.
Illustrated with forty-two engravings by the best
artists, 4to, cloth, gilt. $5.
Rustle Adornments for Homes of Taste, with
nine colored plates and two hundred and thirty
rood engraving*. 1 vol., Svo, cloth, gilt. $9.
Miss Kilmin*egg and her Precious Leg; A Gold?
en Legend. By Thomas Hood, illustrated by
sixty exquisite etchings from drawings by Thomas
Scccombe, R. A., in characteris lc cloth bindiup
Motlier ?oose in her New Dress. A series of ex?
quisite drawings In tinted chromos. Bv Mi-s
Chase, a daughter or the Chief-Justice. Elegant
4io.. green and gold. $4 50.
Illustrations ta Goethe'* Faust. Thin cen de?
signs In Silhouette, by Paul Kouewka. The English
text rrom Bavard Taylor's new tran-lallon, 1
vol.. 4to. $4. *
Mangln-Hie Dc-ert World. Translated from
the French, willi additions and emendations. One
very handsome vol., royal 8vo., with one hundred
and sixty superb illustrations. $8.
Mangln-The Mystery or Hie Ocean. Transl a'ed
from the French, with additions and emendations.
One very handsome vol.. royal 8vo.. with one liun
red and thirty superb Illustrations $0
Mlcttclet-The Bud: Its History, Habits and
J?efuliH'.?s. One handsome vol., royal 8vo.. with
two hundred and ten superb Illustrations by ciacn
Klguior- Eui h and ct. From tho French of
Louis Figuier. Illustrated with two hundred and
?Tty engravings, enc haudsome vol., royal two.
Library of Wonders, illustrated with one thou?
sand benn ifni illustrations. The series consists
or: Wonders wf the Human Body; The sublime in
Nature; Intelligence of Animals; Thunder and
l.iirhttflng: Bot rom of the Sea; Wonders nf tho
Heavens; Italian Art; Architecture; lilassmaklna;
Lighthouse* ntul Ugnisili s; Wonders of Pompeii;
Egypt aaoa Years Ago; The ;-un; Wonders of liest;
I Optical VYHWIKIV; W onders of Amusties; Wonder?
ful Escapes; Bodily Strength ai d Skill; Baboon
Avcenis; Great Hunts. The volumes may bc pur?
chased separately at $1 fto.
Etchings by John Leech, containing Illustra?
tions of "Jack Brag." "Christopher Tadpole'' and
..Hector o'llalloran," one ?rt., folio. $3.
M?nchhausen-Adventures du Baron de M?nch?
hausen. TratUir.tion nouvelle par Gautier ?bt.
Illustr?es par Gustave Dore.
Also, a large and choice collection of the newest
Juvenile und Toy Books. decl9
H A R L E S T O.N
CORKER BROAD STREET AXD EAST BAY.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers' lowest
cash rates for ALL PAPERS in the United States.
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL.
JJAVE YOU SEEN WILSON'S
HAVE YOU SEEN WILSON'S .
HAVE YOU SEEN WILSON'S
NEW "r (EA) SIGNS ?
NEW "I" (EA) SIGNS ?
>EW "T" (EA) SIGNS ?
AT CORNEE SOCIETY AND ANSON STREETS
AT CORNER SOCIETY AND ANSON STREETS
AT CORNER SOCIETY ANL ANSON STREETS
ALL LATEST CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES,
ALL LATEST CHRISTMAS NOVEL'lliSS,
ALL LATEST CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES,
AND NEW YEAR VARIETIES,
AND NEW YEAR TARIETIES,
AND NEW YEAR VARIETIES.
RAISINS, CURRANTS, JELLIES,
SAUCE3, .CITRONS, FRUITS,
WINES, BRANDIES, CORDIALS.
HAMS, TONGUES, SHOULDERS,
STRIPS, BUTTER,' CHEESE,
FLOUR, CRACKERS, Ac, &C.,.&C.
All of the above at lowest rate, at
CORNER SOCIETY AND ANSON STREETS.
M A S CHEER.
"BUT ONCE A YEAR !"
. THE RICHEST AND THE KICEST
Ia the City, always on hand or made to order at
JELLIES, ?C., Ac.
TULLY'S OLD STAND,
No. 124"KING STREET,
Is the place to bay the cheapest
TOYS, DOLLS, TEA SETS, FANCY BOXES
' AND OTUEB
Call, see and jmlge for yourselves._dccl5
QRANGES AND PINEAPPLES.
50,000 ORANGES, at $2 per handred
Landing from the Steamship Rita, from Hava?
na, and for sale at No. 83 Market street, south
xide. opposite Markee Hall,
decs MKS. C. D. KENDRICK.
Saner} ?00?3, Ut.
S T AB LI SEBDJ 8 5.4
WOKING GLASS AND PICTURE FRAMES.
GILT, OVAL, WALNUT,and all kinds of PICTURE
FRAMES ror Photographs, Chromos ami Needle
Wi rk Spelul attention (riven to Regilding,
Hanging Glasse and Pictures. Also. Oil Paintings
cleaned and varnished. A good assortment ol
L'hrouiiis, Photographs and flue Engravings, Ac,
No. 315 KINO STREET, A DOVE LIBERTY.
JgALL, BLACK ?fe CO.,
Nos. 665 and 567 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Cal] at ten rioh or those about purchasing HOLI?
DAY PRESENTS to ? heir unequalled Stock, com?
prising everything In
SILVER, JEWELRY AND FANCY GGODS.
It will he much to the advantage or those living
at a dlstau< e >rom the city to rend their orders,
as special attention wilt be given tn the selection
by one of the linn per-onaily. And in case the
goods furnished are not satlsiactory in every re?
spect, they eau oe exohanged.
Goods sent C. O. D. Packages allowed to be
opened and selections made. jaulfl-lyr
JL. LU NS FORD." CABINET-MAKER
. and UPHOLSTERER, begs leave to nrorm
the people or Charie-itou, and of Hie Stare, that
he is siill carrying on lils old business, ar No. 31
tineen street. He oau make or r pair a piece of
Furniture or any description. He also manufac?
tures new MATTRESSES and renovares old ones.
Cane Oiiair-iiottoms replaced ny an experienced
workman. Customets may rely upon thc per?
formance of work In u prompt and faithful man?
ner. Pi Ice Tor renovating u Moss Mattress, large
>lze, }3 ?0; Hair Mattress, ?+; Cotton or Wool
Miitiressi-s. S5- Persor.s having this work to be
done are assured that the contents or mattresses
will not be exchanged for oin np or Ipferlor arti
des. J. L. LU.Nt-FORD, P. 15. H.
?QUAYS, CARTS AND WAGONS,
WILSON, CHILDS & CO.,
Constantly on hand and for sale by
CAMERON, BARKLEY Sc CO.,
Agents for Wilson, Childs A Co.
gOUTHERN DYE HO'USE.
A new FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
at No. 359 Klug street, where DYEING In all col?
ors, and cleaning of all kinds ls done at the
shortest notice and In the best sty ie,
BLASCOW, BILLER Sc CO.,
No. S5 King street, near corner George street.
J?ENZINE, DOUBLE DISTILLED,
FOR CLEANING CLOTHES.
For sale wholesale and retail by
Dr. H. BAEB,
No. 181 Meeting street. ,
l?oo sacks, per bark ARBITRATOR, just ar?
rived: For Bale by
dec28-2_WAGNER. HUGER ft CO.
J? I N G WILLIAM.
Just received at KIVG WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TORY, No. 310 King street, near' Society street, a
large and complete assortment or Leaf. Chewing
and Smoking TOBACCO. Cigarettes. Snuff, Pipes.
Ac. Havana and Domestic Cigars Importedana
manufactured by WM SCHR<'DER, who respect?
fully Invites the attention of chewers and smokers,
and traders, wholesale and retail, to a 6tock fully
: comprising every variety of quality and prices,
; from i he cheapest to the highest grade, .which ts
offered at the lowest cash rates. A l orders from
the country will receive prompt attention and
shipped C. O. D., or at thirty days' city accept
Fine and tastefully dressed OAKES for Parties
and Weddings famished at reasonable rates and
short no tice, at the Steam Bakery in Market street.
decli_J. C; H. CHAUSSEN.
Q.ORN G RIS TI
CORN FLOUR !
Ground on Toll, and constantly on hand and
for sale at the Steam Bakery In Market street,
decl* J. C. H. CLAUSSBN.
The attention of of Connoisseurs Is respectfully
invited to the following Superior Liquors:
VINE G ROWERS OO.'S BRANDIES. *
Vintages of 1818,1821,1850
JAMES HENNESSEY'S COGNAC.
PURE SHERRY WINES.
AMONTILLADO, THREE GRAPES,
CROWN, STAR AND GARTER,
TOPAZ, PALE AND LARK,
OLD PORT WINES,
OLD MADEIRA WINE
ST. CROIX RUM,
W. S. C. CLUBHOUSE GIN
The above are selected with an especial view to
absolute purity and richness of flavor; they are
classed amongst the finest Liquors that ever
passed an American Customhouse.
CORWIN'S CELEBRATED BRANDS OF OLD
ALL AROUND THE WORLD
FOURTEEN YEAR OLD BOURBON. '
The attention of discriminating] judges is par?
tlcularly Invited to their merit.
Any of them can be impllcHty relied upon where
a medical stimulant ls required, they having been
endorsed by medical men of the highest standing.
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
- Snccessor to Wm. S. Corwin ft Co.,
decs ' No. 275 King street.
A full supply Of FRENCH CHAMPAGNES.
ALSO TEE CELEBRATED
Urbana and Pleasant Valley CHAMPAGNES,
made after the Frcuch method.
Tliey are rich,. fruity and' fragrant, and, ta
every respect, pleasant and palatable.- Price peg
case $18 and $20.
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Late W. S. Corwin Sc Co.,
dec3 No. 275 King street.
^ NEW LOT OP FRESH
Direct from the Factory a "El Aguila de Oro."
Among them are a very fine LONDRES, which
we offer at $9 per hundred.
nov24-3moB JOHN HURRA MP ft 00.
?HEAP LIQUORS ! CHEAP LIQUORS !
Imported and Domestic BRANDY
Table ami Cooking Wines
Whiskey of all Grades
Old London Cordial Gin.
All at cost prices, at .
t O-OPERATIVE GROCERY,
Southwest corner of Meeting and Market
gtLLING OFF AT COST
On and after THIS DATE the stock of Groceries
contained In the Palmetto Pioneer co operative
Grocery will bc offered for sale at retail, at cost
prices, to close the business. .
Thc Stock comprises a full assortment of Choice
Family Groceries. TEAS, WISES, LIQUORS AND
The Fixtures, Good-will, and unexpired term of
Lease, can bc treated for at private sale. dec21
.J^OOK AT T* H I S. .
Now is the time for dealers to lay in their stock of
LIQUORS FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
and we are prepared to save them the trouble of
ordering from the North, by celling them the
s i me article herc f?r cash at what they would
nave to pay In Philadelphia for lt. thereby saving
freight, insurance and other expenses. We aie
enabled todo so by our late arrangements Jfflth
two of the principal Liquor houses or Philadelphia
-IOUN GIBSON'S SON ft CO., and HENRY WAL?
LACE lt CO.
We have now on hand loo barrels of the follow
OLD CORN WHISKEY
60 barrels JOHN GIBSON'S SON ft CO.'S OLD
DEER CREEK RYE WHISKEY, of which brand
we h?ve the sole right t" sell In this city.
We also keep constantly on hand, Port, Madei?
ra and Sherry WINES, at the lowest price for the
quality. Give us a trial.
BYRNE ft FOGARTY,
dec?s Corner Church and Chalmers streets.
pACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
SOL ?BLE PACIFIC GUANO.
This GUANO is now so well known In all the
Southern States for its remarkable effects as an
agency for increasing the products of labor, as
not to require especial commendation from ns.
Its use for five years past has established lu
character for reliable excellence. The large fixed
capital invested by the Company in this tr ide,
affords the surest guarantee of the continued .ex?
cellence of its Guano. J. N. ROBSON,
Selling Agents, charleston, S. C.
JOnN S. REESE ft CO., General Agents, Balti?
QO MP OU ND ACID
PHOSPHATE. OF LIME,
FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
This article ts manufactured by the PACIFIC
GUANO COMPANY, at Charleston, s. C., under
Hie superintendence Of Dr. ST.'JUMEN RAVE
NEL. When composted with an equal weight of
Conon Seed, its rc-u ts have been found fully
equal to the best standard fertilizers. Its econo
mv must commend lt to the nonce of Planters
generally For specific directions for composting,
and for supplies, apply to J. N. ROB; ON,
Se Ung Agents. Charleston, S. C.
JOHN S. REESE 4 CO., General Agents, Balli
GENCY FOR THE SALE OP
The undersigned, having been appointed their
Agent at this port by Messrs. Hobson, Hurtado
ft Co., ol New York, who are the sole agents and
consignees of direct importations of Peruvian
Guano into the United States, offers for sale, and
will keep on hand supplies oi
NO. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
A depot is established here for direct importa?
Quantities of ten (10) Tons, or more, can be had
at $oo, gold, or its equivalent in currency, per
ton of 2240 lbs., for Guanape Island Guano, and
$67 60 for Chincha Island Guano, exclusive of
State tax for Inspection, and being the preapt
R. G. LAY, Agent,
At Office of Mew rs. Tunno A Co.,
nov20-lmo Savannah, Georgia.