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NEWS OF THE BAT.
-Gold closed in New York, yesterday, at
-Cotton closed qilet; uplands lo % cents; sales
-In Liverpool cotton was easier; uplands 8>ia
SKd.; Orleans 8%oS>?: sales 12,000 bales.
-Tuero are at present In Germany upwards or
25,000 widows and 120,000 ratherless children.
-The siege of Paris has added to thc voiabula
rj. Thus we hear or "pigeoning" messages and
"ballooning" dispatches. ?
-The Missouri Democrat very truly remarks
that the day or party organs Is over, and that
people waut Independent newspapers.
-The bishop or Gloucester and .Bristol has de?
cided that lay preaching cannot be allowed In the
Established Church of England.
-Colonel Williams, chier engineer or the Te
huantepec Railway, ls gone to Mexlc-J to com?
mence active operation.!.
-A correspoL-.'^nt la Paris writes: "People are
continually exchanging receipts for delicious
dishes, in which eggs, butter, milk and meat arc
replaced by water."
-The State of New Hampshire borders on Can- . j
ada for a distance of thirty or forty miles, and
yet there ls not a road of any kind across tho
line. It ls a wild .region ou both sides, little
frequented, except by hunters.
-The Pail Mull Gazette is anxious that "Ameri?
cans should know that England ls heartily tired ol
the Atabama controversy, and is ready to pay any
Impartial money award ll un adjustment can be
-On Sunday during the recent tour or the
Prince of Wales through Scotland, he attended
church. Strangely enough, the lesson for the
day was, "Put not your trust In princes," .fcc,
Which the choir boys Intoucd with ill-suppressed
-Proressor Chandler, in a recent lecture on gas
lights, delivered before the Society of Tradesmen
and Mechanics or New Yuri;, stated that iu order
to test the purity or gas lt was only necessary to
dip a piece or paper in a solution or acetate or
lead and hold it in a current or gas, and that If
any impurities existed thc paper would at once
-The i 'on magistrates, in conscqu?nce of
recent violates or public decency, have refused
to renew their llcenr-es for dancing to the propri
etors of the well-known Alhambra and the High?
bury Barn Tavern, but have granted Uceases for
music only, lt ls some or these dancers that ca?
terers for thc American public have brought out
lor our entertainment.
-The new Georgia Leg:slature, (Democratic,) to
assemble on -thc ilrst Monday In January, will
elect another United States senator to nil thc va?
cancy which will ocsur on the 3d of March next.
This makes eight senators elected by the various
Legislatures of that State, seven or whom arc
still In the positlou, nominally, ol claimants for
admission to a scat.
-The American ramllies who used to spend tue
wlrter In Parla and Rome have emigrated to Ger?
ma, y. Berlin, Dresden, Stuttgart and Munich
arc all full or American Idlers, and thc result is
that the proverbial cheapness or living lu these
cities hos become a thing or the past, tue .ten?
dency or an lutlux of transatlantic touris s bjmg
to make shop and hotel keepers more extravagant
in their pretensions.
-The Hon. W. M. Tweed, the great New York
city Democratic leader, has sent a note, with a
check for fifty thousand dollars, to Mr. J. Shand
ley, to be distributed -'through a few earnest ?ind
pracUcal citizens" among the peor of the seventh
ward of New York. Sherill O'Brien has Just given
four thousand tons of coal to bc distributed among
the poor people of the twenly-nTst ward or New
York, ile has done similar actions for years.
-Cn Christmas afternoon the working parties
from the opposite enJs cf thc Mont Cenis tunnel
were within hearing or each otner, and on Mo.i
day the last barrier of rock was cat through, and
the parties met. Mont Ceuls is one of thc highest
peaks of the Alps, and iles between Savoy, France,
and Piedmont, Italy. Th3 tunnel was commenc?
ed, by the late Emperor, when he was at the
height or his power and popularity, and now the
Immense work ts ucarty compete The Alps win
soon be pierced by a railroad thrungli the tunnel,
to the great ben.ut of tr ivel and commerce
-Though the fact that arms hive been sent
from this country to Fiance has been perfectly
well known, n ?body liavlmr been ac any pains ta
conceal it. and each shipmeut chronicled as it
occurred, mont persons .viii be surpri.-c! ac the
aggregate amount of these shipmi nts. It ap?
pears rro.r. a tattle compiled fruin oilioial sources
that lhere ??ave been sent from New York alone
munitions of war to the va'ue of over niue mil?
lions of doll ara. Thc national treasury lias re?
ceived the value of much of ic. But must of the
arras were exported upon speculation, and ap?
pear to have found a read,, marset.
-The Pall Malt Gazetie complains (bat British
breakfast tables are t Urea toned with a serious dis?
aster, since thc French Goveruiuer,: had prohibi?
ted the exportation of salt, butler and eggs from
France. Thc Gazette says that wittie the adrien I
taral population ls diminishing the manufactur?
ing and commerc'a! districts arc increasing in
numbers, so that the English people will, year by
jr ear, have to "rely more and. more ..pon foreign
producers to supplement the iusuillclent home?
grown stores. In ISC9, England imported $35.
.000,000 worth or butter, of which one-third came
from France. Durlug the Are years ending De?
cember 31st, 1'69, there were imported Into Eng?
land, from France, 230,."S6.000 pounds ol butler,
and 1,830,600,000 eggs, giving a yearly average ol
45,977,200 pounds of butter, and C6S, 120,000 eggs.
From these figures it may be seen that thc En
glisb. people -will be seriously inconvenienced from
-The recent experiments in England in the
construction of railroads with very narrow
gauges, and carrying much smaller cars, have
created almos-, a revolution in thc accepted ideas
on this subj-ct. These roads can be run over
grades too difficult f?.r the ordinary gang-1, aud at
an expense which is trifling in comparison, both
as respects the orignal construction and the cost
or mali.tenancc. Tlieetrect or this new system
will bc to opeu np railway communication to
many districts not now accessible to the ordinary
road-, and greatly to augment the present facill
Me8of travel aud transportation. It may be
doubted whether any county or neighborhood
possessing au average degree nf wealth and pop?
ulation ls too poor to avail itself of the new moana
or communication. According u> u recent,
letter to thc Railroad and Sibling Register,
wr.tten by Mr. d'Alijuy, a Kew York en?
gineer, a company is now organizing for
thc express purpose of building on con?
tract, on this principle, roads and branch roads
especially to connect mining or manufacturing
districts with main-truuk roads. The report for
IS09 of the Festlnlug road, built on this plan,
slates that the net revenue for last year was ?10,
522, and thc capital of the company only ?33,185.
Mr. d'Allgny says: "The economy of the con?
struction and equipment of a narrow-gauge road,
two rcet and six inches, ls Immense, when com?
pared with the cost of a road four feet eight and
a half inches. For a single track it is 50 per cent,
over an ordinary flat country, but in the moun?
tainous or mining districts the proportion In?
crease; to 75 per cent, and more. In fact, a nar?
row-gauge road can be established, and wiU prove
a paying concern, in countries so rough that no
attempt voull ever bo made lo construct a road
of the usual gauge. Xarrow-gauge roads wbl ac?
complish a revolution In the railroad system of
the United States."
The Judicial Decisions of War.
A Radical contemporary, between which
and this paper there is usually a healthy
difforeuco of opinion, declares thal it is far?
cical to assume that war gives, as a rule,
"anything like an approach to a judicial de?
cision," and announces that the history of
the whole world shows that wars, too often,
result in a declaration of the right of might.
Taking the war between the United
States and the Southern Confederacy, rather
than the partition of Poland, as a forcible
example, it is not hard to understand that
might does overcome right, and that per?
sonal demotion and individual gallantry are,
too often, borne down by the brute weight
ol heavier gun3 and larger battalions. This
does not, however, affect in o.ny way the
broad truth of the proposition which our
irascible contemporary scornfully rejects.
What we maintain is this : When all oilier
arguments fail, tlie logic of "blood and
"iron" remains. This is the last resort of
opposing nations. They appeal to the wager
of battle, and it is demanded by humanity,
and by civilizatioa, that they abide by tho
result, as embodied in the treaty by which
the contest is closed. There is no inter?
national tribunal which may try and decide
causes where the parties arc mighty nations,
and war settles questions which, at present,
can be settled in no other way. The issue
of the war is the finding of the court of
irnis to which the nations have recourse,
and, in this sense, it doc-3 partake of the
nature of a judicial decisiou. Il ?3 tho best
judgment that can be had, and, as such, it
is entitled to respect.
Nor do we object to take thc war in
France as a test question. It is not de?
nied that France waa the aggressor. In
Paris, a3 in lue provinces, the cry ?ras : "On
"to Berlin !" The whole mitton was nager
to seize the Rhine Provinces, and to dictate
peace under the lindens in the Prussian
capital. Germany took up the gage which
France threw down. The German battalions,
victorious in every engagement, drove the
French veterans before them until Napo?
leon laid down his sword, and his chosen
armies were slain, dispersed or prisoners of
war. Now, tho Germans besiege the French
metropolis, and the new levies, fight how
desperately they may, are shattered and
crushed by tho ponderous legions of thu inva?
der. All this France brought upon herself.
France is suffering tho pangs which .she dc
?ire? to iullict upon her neighbor, aud the
civilized world will require that the treaty
by which the war is concluded shall
be faithfully observed by both the victor
and the vanquished. Our contemporary
says that France will not abide by a treaty
made in the hour of lier humiliation. This is
the oue great difficulty in the way of making
peace. Germany went to war to protect
herself from iuvasion and to maintain her na?
tional independence. The conilict was not
of her seeking, and when peace comes it
will bc iu such a shape that France shall not
be able, a few years later, to rip open the
old wound, and attempt once more to lay
waste tho fertile plains of Germany. With
the example of Russia and the threats of
France before her oyes, Germany will not
content herself with paper guarantees, as she
might have done were it admitted on all
sides that the sanctity of treaties must be
held inviolate. Bismarck will now insist
upon material guarantees in the form of
money and territory. Indeed, all the argu?
ments of our contemporary, as well as those of
Mr. Mill and Mr. Froude, only prove that it is
not generally for the interest of a victorious
belligerent to content himself with the securi?
ty ol'covenants. The proposition that treaties
may be violated whenever it is convenient
is, therefore, a clear disadvantage, in prac?
tice, to tho weaker party to whom il is de?
sired to give an excuse for breaking the na?
Tlicy who lose the gama must pay the for?
feit. It waa with thia feeling that th<; Soul It?
em people accepted the result of the Con?
federate war. They do not, any tho less,
wish that they had been successful. They
know that wtiut is intrinsically right cannot
by disaster bo changed into wrong. Hut it
is their daly, and llieir interest, to abide by
tho judgment, of the tribunal of antis uuon
the questions submitted for its deci.-ion.
Wo do not pretend to say that any treaty
of peace must endure forever. Titi} p irties
to a treaty ure, however, mutually b<*uud to
the observance of its stipulations, and,
while tho one powor fu i th fa I ly fulfils tho
obligations which it deliberately contracted,
th? other luis no excuse, before God or man,
for cancelling the contract and appealing to
tho sword. No one would have complained
had Russia requested a modification of the '
treaty of Paris upon thc ground lh.it the
course of events had made its provieions
dangerous or unnecessary. The wrong on
the part ot Russia was in arrogating to
herself the right of breaking a bargain,
which she bad deliberately made as her
only means ol' escaping from the penalty of
the war which her gre.-dy ambition provok
el Nobody expects treaties to be per?
petual, but, we repeat, everybody expects
them to last "till there is some other change
"in circumstances luana recovery or strength
"on one side or a loss of it on the other."
Of the nation there should be exacted thc
same good faith in fulfilling a solemn obliga?
tion which the nation itself compels from its
individual citizens in their relations with
each other. And to accept wars as a means
of settling tho relations of great communi?
ties to each other, is a broader and higher
doctrine than to treat fighting "as simply a
"means of finding out which of two cations
"is able to kill and wound moro of its cne
"mies in a given period."
Til? Financial Agency.
It is currently reported that the effect of
Senator Arnira's resolution for an investiga?
tion of tlie management of the New York
Financial Agency of the State will, in all
likelihood, lead lo the removal of the cheru?
bic Kimpton. It is also said that a citizen
of Augusta, well known in financial circles,
will be appointed in Mr. Kimpton's place.
There is no dorjbt, however, that the public
would be best satisfied if the Financial
Agent of the State were a New York Bauk
ing House of large means and established
4i mm II .
BY TnE SEA. By Mrs. Sophronia Currier, au?
thor of "Alice Tracy." New York : E. P.
Dutton & Co. Charleston : Fogartle's Book
Sketchy and spasmodic, with a string of
sensational iucidentsout of all proportion to
the demands either of the plot or tho char?
acters, it is only charitable not to criticise
this book iu detail. Its purpose seems to be
good, as far as we can judge from the cir?
cumstance of every ouo of its ttiousaml
crises beiug pointed by au appropriate text
of Scripture, aud we shall take the will for
the deed, and be silent.
Of a far higher order is
SHILOH. ; OR, WITHOUT AND WITHIN*. By W.
M. L. Jay.
Which comes to us from the same publishers,
and eau also bo fouud at Fogarlie's. This
is a quiet and unpretending story, with,
nevertheless, very high claims to considera?
tion. It is the tale of a young city girl who
goes to spend her vacation in a New Eng?
land village, and who tells, iu a series of let?
ters to a friend, the simple story of her daily
life. The pictures of New England farm and
parish life, several of the sketches of char?
acter, and here aud there bits of the dia?
logue, are worthy of high praise. Tho plot
is also wei! managed, aud some of the clos?
ing chapters evince considerable pathetic
and descriptive power. It is true that the
book has grave fault3. One or two of the
characters are imitations and clumsy ones.
Miss Bust, for install?e, oul-Maliiprops Mrs.
Malaprop in a perfectly absurd way, and tho
heroine's father is made up from Mr. Caxton
pire, and tho father of "Aurora Leigh." Be?
sides th?3, tho arguments with the professed
infidel of the book aro too palpably con?
structed upon thc familiar model, with
carefully prepured "weak places" in the
paper-giant's armor, Truth compels us also
to say that Miss Winnie is frequently very
priggish and pragmatical, aud deserved
much harsher treatment from her dialectical
foe. And, finally, the book would have been
much better without the repulsive allusion
on page 17. But, for all this, "Shiloh" is a
very good story, ami gives promiso of much
future excellence. Il only remains to say
thal both tho volumes are very tastefully
bound and printed.
THE SHADOW OK Mor.ocu MOUNTAIN'. By Jane
A. Austin, author of Cipher. New York :
Sheldon & Co.
Thi3 novel lacks the air of gloomy mys?
tery which gave a certain charm to "Cipher,"
and what itdoses in sombre coloring, it doe3
not gain in consistent development of char?
acter, piquancy of dialogue, or ingenious in?
tricacy of plot The cynic of Hie volume is
a dreary scoffer without wit or fancy, and
tho muscular hero ?3 a queer mixture of
s"U":sh obstinacy and the "tender and true."
Beatrice Wan3tcad, the Cenci of the eventful
history, disappoints all our expectations.
The promise.i3 ?*f agouy, remorse aud crime;
but all's well that ends well, and the threat?
ened tragedy of the opening chapter soon
becomes a semi-domestic drama, In which
all hands, except the big villain and his
mate, are made superlatively happy. "The
Shadow of Moloch Mountain" is by no means
an artistic work. Yet it has good points, and
its sketches of Now England life will doubtless
be read with interest, if not with admiration.
For sale at Greer's, King street.
Gold and Currenoy CH KOKS, fjr sale by
JAMES ll. WILSON,
rtecH-2 No. 5 Broad street.
FOR SALE, A No. 1 WHEELER &
WILSON'S SE WISO MACHINE. In Cabinet
Case-cheap. Apply at J. L. L CNS FORD'S. No. 27
Queen street. nov23
FOii SALE, 666 ACHES OF COTTON
AND PROVIMON LAND, twelve miles from
Oraugcburg, and two miles from I.ewtsvii e De
pot, S.O. Railroad, with Residence of eight rooms,
the usual outbuildings, ^in-nouse. and quarters
ior laborers*. The place ls healthy, wate.- excel?
lent, and Umber abundant, lt ls under cultiva?
tion, and coo bushels of Cott >n Seed for planting
cm be prucuri d ou tue premises.
An tfiitiblc LOT of one and three-quarter acres,
a; Glenn Springs, -parutnburg Couuty, with Out?
take of four ro?>ms and outbuildings, unfinished.
Kor terms. Ac, apply to UBI'RKVILLR & 'A'lIA
LKV. Attorneys ut Law, ur ingeborg C U., s. C.
.ii O ?UlU.
Ty RENT, A PLEASANTLY LOCATED
HOII.;:;. So. 22 Moo ti. g street, near the Kat
lory, conui i iiinx live square, tw . dressing und two
allic roo.us. <\pply lu ISAAC BROWN, corner
Rutledge aud Queen street*. dcciO
FOR RENT OR SALE, A BEAUTIFUL
ESTATE In Orangeburg District, situated
. ?ii Lyons Creek, three and a half miles from the
v?mn Carohua Railroad. The tract contains
??00 acres, soil rich red clay, adapted to cotton,
.torn, wheat, nwt crops and clover.
A splendid r?uge for cattle; sunny hillsides for
. iueyards, aad low lauds for meadows. Lyons
?-.reck, a large, never-falling -stream runs through
the estate, and rurnishen one of the nr.est water
non ers in Mic Slate.
A munt valuable iron ore has been discovered
seently on the place.
The estate has on lt nil thc necessary tariff
itilliling.s, negro houses, barna, stables, gin
house.! Kiui small dwelling. l< Uns been in con
stunt, cultivation since tho war, and the Hplenditi
tawing crop would give enure satin.fiction.
lt is offered for rent, or uule, ou reasonable
Address Mrs. U li. lCivTT,
socie'v rn;1.. Darlington District, s. c.
Or ft. M. MARSHALL * BRO., No. 3U Broad,
jrjri. BING'S PQJE REMEDY.
For sale by DR.H. BAE?.
DAN LODGE, No. 93. I CK B. B.-A
Quarterly Meeting will be held THIS 1? VEN?
INO, at i lu? usual time and place. Candidates will
be punctual. Annual Keports and installation of
otllcers. Thc members will please come prepared
to pay arrears. By order of Hie President.
dccSl D. BENTSCUNER, Secretary.
PALMETTO LODGE, No. 1, KNIGHTS
OP PYTHIAS.-Special Meeting To Nionr,
at T o'clock, for tho transaction of important, bu
'duess. Members will please be punctual to the
hour. By order of thc W. P. J. IL KENDALL,
decSl Recording Secretary.
ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY.-THE REG?
ULAR Meeting of the St.. Andrew's Society
will be held at South Carolina nail Tats BVENINO,
when the pol's for the election of officers will be
opened at T o'clock.
dec31 ROBT. M. CORDON, .Secretary.
HOMESTEAD BUILDING AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION.-The Regular Monthly
Meeting will be held Tins EVEN INO. 3lst inst., at
Ma onie Hall, at a quarter-past 7 o'clock.
A few Shares Stock will be sold previous to sale
of thc m< ney.
Duos from Stockholders received during the
day nt the store of Wm. 0. WhUden A Co.. No.
. 29 Hayna street, and at the Hail in the evening.
decUI JOSEPH WHILDBN. Treasurer.
DB. BUND.-EIN MONDSCHEIN
. Kranzchen mit Vortrag, Gesaneund Tanz
wud stattfinden. In der Halle, nm MONTAO, den
2ten January, 1371, Arafang Abends, 8 uhr.
?CC31-2_DIE COM I TTE E.
UNION, No. 43.-Attend the Anniversary
Meeting of your Union Tms (Saturday) EVENING,
31st Instant, at Hlbernlnn Hall, at 7 o'clock,.
dec31 WM. J. MOSIMANN, Secretary.
WANTED, A GOOD COOK, FOR A
small family. Apply at No 85 K r\g
WANTED, A GOOD COOK FOU A
family of two. Apply ac So. 2 Smith
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO COOK
and wash for a small lamil v, German pre?
ferred. Apply at No. 72 Anson street, near Socle
WANTED, A ROOM IN A CENTRAL
part of the Town as a storeroom io hold
pictures aud looking glasses. Address P. BROWN,
Fore? nouse, King street. dec3l-?
WANTED, A COLORKD GIRL TO
mike herself gcnetally use'ul about a
house. Apply at No. 100 Krofld street, decll-l*
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK, WASH
and iron for a small family. Liberal
wages paid. Apply at No. 574 King, one door
south of Spring street. deett-thstuS
TEN EXPERT CIGAR MAKERS CAN
get fine work Immediately, at J. MADSEN'S.
Charleston Cigar Manufactory, No. 183 Meeting
street, opposite Charleston Hotel dee30
SITJATION WANTED, BY A YOUNG
MAN with live rears' experience In a diversi?
fied business, as general Clork and Bookkeeper.
Address K., at this office._ dec29-3?
ALADY OF EXPERIENCE WISHES A
Situation as Teacher, either in a private
family or rtchool; the former preferred. " Refer?
ences given If desired. Address Box No. 10,
Greenville, S. C. r!ec2S-4*
WANTED, A FIRST-RATE COOK.
None need applv without Hie best recom?
mendation. Apply, before 10 o'clock In the morn
lng, at No. 15 Meeting street._dedo
WANTED, A SMART, ACTIVE COL
OHED BOY, to walt about the house. Re?
commendations required. Apply at No. 15 Meet?
ing street, belo o 10 o'clock in the mornlog.
ZOBI ano ironn?.
LOST, NEAR THE CORNER OF BROAD
and East bay, a pair or EY E-fi LASHES, in
cold frame. Thc tinder will bc liberally rewarded
by leaving them at Mils ollie -,_dec31-2
LOST, ON THURSDAY, THE 29TH
a pUIn GOLD BRACELET. A suitable rn
w..rfl ls offered, if dellverd at Governor AIKEN'S
STRAYED OR STOLEN, A MIDDLING*
SIZED BLACK HORSE, with bridle ano Bad?
die, on the 23d instant, at Six-Mile House, on the
Plank road. Any Information will bc rewarded,
at .No. 25 Middle street. dec3S-S*
"BUT ONCE A YEAR!"
TM K ?IWMBST AND THE NICEST
In the City, always on hand or made to order at
? JELLIES, AC, AC
TULLY'S OLD STAND,
No. 124 KING STREET,
decl7-13 Near Queen Street.
QRANGES AND PINEAPPLES.
60,000 ORANGES, at $2 per hundred
110 dozen Pineapples.
Landing from the Steamship Rita, from Hava?
na, and tor sale at No. 83 Market street, south
side, opposite Market Hall,
decs MKS. C. D. KENDRICK.
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY
OF CHARLESTON, S. C.
F. J. PORCHER, F. J. PELZER,
DIRECTORS.-W. LE H HY, W. P. HALL, L. D. Ds
SAUSSURE, Li. G. PlNCKNEY.
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES are now being
manufactured at their works "n Ashley River,
uuder Hie direction of au experienced and practi?
The Company Intend this to be a first class fer?
tilizer, and one winch can be recommended to
The Company are also prepared t:? manufacture
Ai.il) PHOSPHATE for composting with cotton
This preparation ls highly recommondel hy
chemists, ns with lt Planters arc enabled to make
their own fertilizers.
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE js sold at $55 per
ton, cash, or seo on time, with Interest at the rate
of one per cent, per mouth.
The ACID PHOSPHATE ls sold at $30 per ton.
cash, or $40 on time, with iutercstat thc rate or
one per cent, per month. .
PrLZKR. RODGERS A CO., General Agents,
dec3l-4mos Brown's Wharf, Charleston, s. C.
EDissohitions cr (EopartiLersrjip.
DISSOLUTION 0 F CO P ARTNERSHIP.
The Finn of WILLIS A UH1SOLM is thia day
dissolved by mutual eon-ont. Tue liquidation or
their affairs will be comlnoldl by E. WILLIS, who
will coutiuue the business un ins own Hcoount,
Charleston, S. C., December C. 1S70. dee7
BU \ li D -FA HUA EH A N' D HI N G L E
gentlemen can bc pleasantly accommodated
ut iii? corner of Wentworth and (Hebe streets. '
g OU T H ERN D Y J? Tl OV SE~!
Anew FRENCH DYK Hu L'S M has been opened
it No. 35!) King street, where DYEING in all col?
ors, and Cleaning ot all kinds is done at the
..di.-rtest notice and tn the best stvle.
PLASCOW, HILLER A CO.,
.No. do King street, near corner George street.
g~\lX,TjiX? OK 4 CO.,
Nos. 5G5 and 5G7 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Can attention of those about purchasing HOLI?
DAY PRESENTS :o heir unequalled Stock, com?
prising everything lu
SILVER, JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS.
Ir. will tie mr.ch to :he advantage or those living
atad|4Tan?-eirom che city to .end tiu lr orders,
ns special attention will be given lu the selection
by one ul thc firm per-onaily. A:>d lu eve tire
goods tarnished are not sails;act.iry in every re?
spect, they can De exchanged.
Goods sent C. 0. D. Packages allowed to be
opened and selections made. janis-lyr
?jyjtLLER'S ALMANAC FOR 1871.
FIFTY-FOURTH TEAR OF PUBLICATION.
' This veteran ALMANAC will be ready for sale
to morrow, December 29th, at B. K. NECFVILLE'S
Stationery Depot, No. 107 East Bay, and at the
Hook Stores generally. Orders from the country
to bc addressed to A. M. WILLIAMS St BROTHER,
Printers, and must contain thc cash remittance
to insure attention.
Trade price $7 per hundred; $1 per dozen. Any
quantity less than one hundred will be chafed at
thc price per dozen. dee28-wths3
gCHOOL BOOKS ! SCHOOL BOOKS!
And all descriptions of SCHOOL STATIONARY.
School 'Pens. Copy Books, and all varieties of
Blank Books, Drawing Papers, Bristol Boards,
Pencils, Drawing Sards and Drawing Books, at
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE, No. L
FORSYTIIE'3-LIFE OF CICEriO, 2 vols, in one,
with Illustrations. 3d American Edition, $2 50.
Books and Reading; What Books shall I read and
how to\rea<l them; by Porter. $2.
The Bo tom or the Sea, by L. Sorrel, (The Wonder
Library,) $1 50. '
Bronchitis and Kindred Diseases, by Dr. Hall,
Memoirs or the Lire and Services or fae Rt. Rev.
Alonzo Potter, D. D., LL. D., Bishop ol Penn?
sylvania, by M. A. De Wooire Dowe. D. D., $3.
Coughs and Colds, or the Preventive, Cause and
Cure or valions affections of the Throat, ?fcc,
by Dr. HulL author or "Health by Good Liv?
ing," Ac, SI 50.
Religio Chemlci. Essays. By George Wilson, F.
R. S. T., of Edinburgh, ?2.
Abbeys, Castles and Ancient Halls ol England
and Wales; their Legendary Lore and Popu?
lar History, by John Timbs, 2 vols, $3 50.
Thc Legendary Ballads of England and Scotland,
compiled by J. S. Roberts, $1.
ANew Djoilonaryof Quotations from the Greek,
Latin and Modern Languages, wjth an exten?
sive Index to every Important word, $2.
WondeiTul Balloon A-cents, a History or Balloons,
*c, from the French or Manon, $1 50.
The Comi? History or England, by A. Beckett,
with 29 colored Etchings and 2uo Wood Outs,
Thc Comic nistory of Rome, by A. Beckett, Illus
trntcJ by Leech, $3 75.
The domic blackstone, by A. Beckett, with Illus?
trations by Cruikshank!?. $?50aud $150.
Motlier Goose in a New Dress, $3 75; Motlier
Goose's Melodies, with notes, mu-ic ?ind an
account or the Goi se or Vergoose Family.*
SC 75. .'Those ave thc great rival editions of
"Hear Old *i other Goose")
nistory or English Literature. In a Series or Bio?
graphical Essays, by Collier, LL. I)., $1 75.
The Rudiments ol Col irs and Coloring, with the
nature of Figments, Ac, by Field. $2.
Thomas Chalmers, a Biographical Study, by James
H?dels, $1 75.
From Egypt to Sinai; The Exodus or thc Children
of Israel, by Proressor Gausscn, $1 75.
Memoirs or the Lire and Writings of Thomas
Chalmers, ny his son-in-law, Dr. Uanna, 4
VOlS., $7 50.
Memoir of Wm. Ellery Channing, with Extracts
from Correspondence, Ac, 2 vols, $3 50.
Millar's Alminic for 1871. interleaved.
DIARIES FOR 1871.
Photograph Albums, Writing Albums, Auto
graph Albums. Our varieties of these beautiful
artlclcs.are tinsurpas>ed and cheap.
Writing Desks, Writing cases and Portfolios,
embracing every variety of styles, irom $1 up to
Especial attention has been given to our Juve.
nile Department. Cur assortment ls unusatly
I ur.-e. and great care has been taken to select
good books for the young of all ages.
BIBLES AND PRAYER BOOKS.
A large stock of English Family and rocket
Bibles and Episcopal Prayer Books, embracing all
the newest editions and myles or bindings. The
prices or Bibles and Prayer Books have been
greatly reduced. Our stock offers ss large a va?
riety tis can bc had, and at reduced prices.
N. B. Our Monthly Literary Bullctiu will bc sent
Free to persona in the country.
f Persons residing lu the country will please
bear in mind that by sending their orders to us
tor any books published In America, thav will be
charged only the price or the book. We pay Tor
thc postage or express.
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 2G0 King street, (in the Bend,) Charleston, S. C.
U. SSELL'S LIST.
ILLUSTRATED HOLIDAY GIFT BOOKS.
FLOWERS FROM TIIK UPPKR ALI'S, with
Glimpses or their nomos, superbly illustrated
wlih chromo lithographs, ro'io. $12 50.
The Arts lu the Middle Ages, and ar. thc Period
or the Renaissance. By Paul Lacroix. Curator or
thc Importal Library of Mic Arsena . Paris. Illus,
truted with ulneieca eliromu-llthogniphlo prints,
and upward ol four hundred engravings ?in wood.
Ecclesiastical Art In Germany during thc Middle
Ages. By Profcs-'or LlUike. Illustrated willi one
hundred and eighty-four engravings, lvol., 8vo.
Specimens ol the Drawings or thc Ten Masters,
with descriptive letter-press and twenty photo?
graphs, 4to, huudsomelv bound. $10.
Songs ol Bont?, with thirty-six illustrations by
Fenn. Hennessy, Griswold, Ac, and eight auto?
graphs, uniform with - Sones or Life." "Kath
rina," "Bitter-sweet," ?tc, cloth, rull gilt. $5.
The Wunders of Engraving. By George Du
plesMS. With thirty-four One wood cut? and ten
photograph reproductions In auloty pe. illustrative
of the various slimes <>r the art or engraving,
rrom the earliest times to the present. $0.
Marvels iff Class-Making. By A. Suuzay. With
sixty-seven illustrations rm wood, and len auto?
type copies of-the best examples In thc South Ken?
sington Museum. SO.
Wonders of Italian Alt. By Louis Vlanlnt. With
ten autotypes and thirty engravings, cloth. $ff.
Wonders of Painting. Of thc Spanish, French.
English and Flemish Schools. By M. Vlurdtit.
With numerous un tot vpe and wood-cut Illustra?
tions, cloth, gilt. to.
The Birth and Childhood of onr Lord Jesus
Christ. Mcdltiilons selected from thc works or
Augnstlnc, Chrysostom, Cosin, Hall, Calvin, ?tc,
with twelve photographs after Da Vinci, Ruifaeile.
MurlUo, Guido, DeiarochP, Arv Schetfcr, and other
masters, l vol., illuminated cloth, extra gilt. $1).
Illustrations of the Life or Martin Luther. En?
graved In linc arter original paintings hy Labou?
chere, with letter-press. By .lev. Merle D'Aublgne.
Twelve pictures III folio. $6.
Library of Poe ry and Sorg. Being a chdec
selection rrom the best poe's, with Introdnctlou
by Wm. Cullen Bryant. Handsomely Illustra'ed,
1 vol., 8V0. ?rt.
The Song or the Sower. By Wm. Cullen Bryant.
Illustrated With forty-two engravings hy the best
artists, 4to, cloth, gilt. $5.
Rustic Adornments for nomes of Taste, with
nine colored plates and two hundred and thirty
wood engraving-?, l vol., Bro, cloth, gilt. ?9.
Miss Kllm insegg and her Precious Leg: A Gold?
en Legend. By Thomas Hood. Illustrated by
sixty exquisite etchings from drawings by Thomas
Seccombc, R. A., m character's:lc cloth binding.
Mother Goose In her Now Dress. A series or ex?
quisite drawings In tinted chromos. Bv Miss
Chase, a daughter or the Chier-Justlce. Elegant
4to.. green aud gold. $4 50.
Illustrations to Goethe's Faust. Thirteen de?
signs In Silhouette, by Paul Komwka. The English
text rrom Bayard Taylor's new translation, l
vol., 4to. $4.
Mangln-The Desert World. Translated rrom
the French, with adiililons and emendations. One
very liand>ome vol.. roynl 8vo., with one hundred
AMI Sixty superb Illustrations. $8.
Mangln-The Mystery <>r the Ocean. Translated
rrom the French, with addllons and emendation*.
One veiw handsome vol.. royal Bvo.. with ono hun?
dred and thirty i>iiperb illustrations $0
Michclet-The Bird: Its History, liabiLs and
Usi-ruluo-s. One handsome VOL. royal 8vo., with
two hundred and ten superb ilinst rations by Giaco?
.mer- Earth and -ca. From ihe Kreuch or
Lout- ;,'lguler. illustrated with two hundred and
illly engravings. One handsome vol., royal Bvo.
Library of Wonders. Illustrated with one thou?
sand benn ifni illustrations. The series consists
i>r: Wonders of thu Kunnin Body; Tho Sublime In
Nature; Intelligence of Animals; Thunder and
l.lirhtulng; Bottom of thc sea; Wunders of the
Heavens; Italian Art; Architecture; '"la-sniakliiir:
Lianne-uses and Light shi s; Wonders of Pompeii:
Egypt 3300 Years Ago; Tue sun; Wonders 01' Heal;
(inil a' Wonder*; Wonders nf Acoustics'; Wond r
ful Escapes; Bodily .Mieugth ai d Sklii; Baboon
Ascents; crear Hunts. Thc volumes may be pur
chiis d scpnrafoly at $1 50.
Etcbl 'gs by Joini Leech, containing Illustra?
tions of "Jack Brag." ..Christopher Tadpole'' and
..II-cTor t.?Halloran." one vol., rollo. ?3.
M?nchhausen-Adventures du Huron de M?nch?
hausen. Trad ..dion nouvelle par Guulier lils.
Illustr?es par Gustave Dore.
Also, a large ami choice collection or the newest
Juvenile and Toy Books. declO
~U~R~A L" C A lt O L I N I A N.
GREAT .SOITITEKS' ILL?STRATRO
04 ROYAL OCTAVO PACKS OF BRADING MAT?
TER, BESIDES ADVERTISEMENTS.
MW The RURAL CAIiOLINlAN laspreially.de
voted to thc development of me Agriculture of
the Souiucrii United --ta'es, and ls acknowledged
by the press and people everywhere to rank
among the leading Agricultural Journals br the
Price, $2 per annum.
nov? Charleston, S. 0.
vSroreries, Liquors, S?c.
J?INSMAN BROS. ,
SHIP BREAD AND CRACKERT BAKERY.
RETAIL PRICE LIST OF CRACKERS:
BOSTON CRACKERS. 16 cents per pound
Butter Crackers, io cents per pound
Wine Biscuits, ie cents per pound
SOda Ri-cuits, ll cents per pound
Sugar Crackers. 18 cents per pnnnd
Seed Biscuits, io cents per pound
Fancy Crackers. 16 cents per p und
Maculae Butt er Cracker*, 12 cents per pound
MUK Crackers, 15 cents per pnnnd
Ginger NutJ. 16 om ts per pound
Sugar Jumbles, 16 cents per pound. .
KINSMAN BROS., No. 81 Market street.
Send for Wholesale Trice List._dec31-l
JJ & H. JW. CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE PURE OLD
In order to facilitate the supply or our PURE
OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHISKIES to our
former numerous customers at the South, we
have Appointed Messrs. H. GERD S ic CO. our
Agents, who, by this arrangement, are enabled to
supply the trade at prices which will insure satis?
faction. H. lc H. W. CATHERWOOD.
Thc subscribers take pleasure to Inform their
customers and the trade generativ that they have
still a few barrels of the Messrs. CATHERWOOD'S
FINE OLD MONONGAHELA WHISKIES on hand,
which ha* had the beue?t o? a Southern summer's
heat. Have also received recently one hundred
barrels of various grades, at reduced prices.
H. GERDTS A CO..
dec20-tuths3mos No. 105 East Bay.
JjUOUR, SIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS,
PORK, COFFEE, SUGAR, AO.
JEPPORD8 * CO.,
NOS. 17 and 19 VENDUE RANGE, OFFER AT
LOWEST MARKET RATES:
600 bbls. Fresh Ground FLOUR
25 linds. Choice Clear Rib Sides
20 hhiis. Prime Smoked Shoulders
io tierces Choice S. c. Hams
10 tierces Pure Leaf Lard
25 bbls. Heavy City Mess Pork
20.000 pounds Prime Dry Salt Sides
10,000 pounds Dry Salt Bellies
100 sa' ks Rio Cotice
160 bbls. Refined Sugars
loo cases 2 and 3 lb. Fresh Tomatoes
76 cases Fresh Peaches
loo cases, l and 2 lb, Fresh Oysters,
This SCHOOL will resume Its exercises on TUBS
DAY, 3d of January.
At the request of many friends, children will be
admitted with no distinction of creed.
Tuition-Higher Classes, 40 cents; Lower Classes,
25 cents, every two weeks, In advance; besides 10
cents extra for fuel In winter.
Rev. A. M. FOLCHI,
QHARLESTON FEMALE SEMINARY,
No. 50 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The exercises of this ACADEMY will be resumed
on TUESDAY, January 3d.
Miss E. A. KELLY, Principal.
Accommodations having been extended, a lew
more pupils can be received.
For circulars apply as above. dcc3l-4
RUTLEDGE AVENUE SEMINARY.
Exercises resumed MONDAY, 2d January, at
the corner or Calhoun street and the Avenue.
Thorough instruction iu all the branches of au
English anil Classical educa'ton.
dec3l-l?_1). X. LA F IR, Principal.
TnE EXERCISES OF THE SUBSCRIB?
ER'S SCHOOL will be re?'imcd on MONDAY,
Januarv 2d. 1871, at No. 104 Broad street.
dec31*-2_WILLIAM P. DKSAU-SURE.
MISSES J. V. AND C. C. ROACH WILL
reopen their SCHOOL on MONDAY, Janua?
ry 2d, at No. 13 Society street. -_dec3t-i*
MISS MURD KN & SISTER'S SEMINARY
FOR YOUNG LAD'ES.-The exercises or
this seminary 'Mil be resumed (D. V.) on WEDSES
DAY, January 4th._ ' dec31-smw3
THE EXERCISES OF MISS GILLI
LAND'S SCHOOL will bj resumed on MON?
DAY, 21 or January. Residence No. 21 St. Phillp
street, two doors south or Public School. Mude
and French taught on reasonable rerms. dec30
THE EXERCISES OF MRS. J HUME
SIMONS*:) SCHOOL, for young ladles and
children, will be resumed at No. C Thomas street,
next to the co ner of Radcliiie, (D. V.,) on Mox
SAY. January 2,1871.
Instructions in French at thc School, or at thc
residences of thc pupils. dec29 ths2?
g ELECT BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
COKKBB OF KING AND SotTti BAY STREETS,
MISS C. M. REID, PRINCIPAL.
Thc Exercises or this School will be resumed on
MONDAY, January 2, 1871. dec29-3*
JJIGU SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
The Exerc?es or this institution will be resum?
ed on TUESDAY, 3d January.
Instruction given In Latin, Creek. French. Ger?
man Mathematics, and tho higher branches of
Ti.Uto i, 6lx dollars per quarter, parable In ad*
vance. No extra charge lor ' renell, German or
Stationery. W. lt. KING MA N. A. M.,
dec29-4 Pi lnci pal.
/ 1LASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL, " ENG
\J USU AND FRENCH ACADEMY, No. 30
BULL STREET.-The Exercises ofthe above Instl
tution will be resumed on MONDAY, January 2,
1871. W. H. TARRANT. M. ?.,
RING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY
SCHOOL, YORKVILLE, S. C.
The ?r-t session or the School year of 1S71. will
begin on the FIRST OK FEBRUARY.
ierras-For School Kxnemv-a, 1. e., Tuition,
Booka, stationery. Ac, Boarding, Fuel, Lights
and Washing, $135 In currency per session of live
For circulars, containing run particulars, apply
to. Colon si A. COWARD,
dec20-13 Principal and Proprietor.
Jj^NGLISH, FRENCH, CLASSICAL AND
Northwest Corner Bull and Coming Streets.
The Exercises or the snbscr ber's School will be
resumed on MONDAY, 2d January. A row pupils
can be accommodated With li ian!.
dec?s-wfma Jos. T. CALDWELL.
OUNT ZION SCHOOL,
W I NN S B ORO', S. C.
G. A. WOODWARD, GRADUATE UNIVERSITY
OF VIRGINIA. PRINCIPAL.
M. M. FA&ROW, GRADUATE ti. C. M. A., ASSO?
Thc Exercises of this School will nc resumed
TCXSD vV, .(.lunary 2, 1S71. atrl couti me without
Intermission till cluse of scholastic year. June 30.
Pupils r celved at any limo and charged to close
or 'lorin, students are subjected to the whole?
some restraints or military discipline, and wear
an appropriate umloriu. For circulars, address
ptLASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL, ENG
\J LISU, FRENCH AND liEICMAN SCHOOL,
UEAUFA1N STREET, ONE DOOK WEST OF PITT.
The rmi course of studies in this School will be
comprehensive, and ls intended to occupy six
years. Pupila common' nig at'.lie age of ten. or
if elder and prepared, joining an .viv AH ced class
arid continuing until sixteen, wilt be prepared to
eu er aiiv of out Collegia or Universities, or for a
business life. Exercises wVi be resumed on MON?
DAY, January 2d.
HENRY M. BRUNS, Principal
CHARLES B. COCHRAN, Assistant.
A lew Boys will be received as Boarders in the
family of the Principal. dec2fl-niws4
CTNGLLSH AND GERMAN SCHOOL, No.
Hi S2 WENTWORTH STREET.-Trie exercises or
this Institution embrace all the brunch ea necessary
(or a good English and Commercial education.
The hours from 3 tc 5 o'.;loc? P. M. are devoted
to German lessons, viz: G ram mar, Speaking.
Writing and Reading. Lessons tn Drav/mg and
Moulding every Saturday morning. The Night
School from 7 to 9 o'ciook, ror exercises 'if Arith?
metic,'Keating, SpeUlne and Writing, and Orna?
mental and Mechanical Drawing for adulta.
Tile Academy 18 tinao* my special aupennton
.icnce, with the assistance or Mr. J. MCDONALD,
Sf tua J. H. ANGEL, Miss LEONHARDT, Miss J.
Voe?! Music by Professor F. BERCKHAN.
C. H. BERGMANN,
(Shroceriig, t?gaots. Ut.
pEEK, FREAN,A CO.'S CRACKERS,
PEEK, FBEAN & CO.'S CRACKERS, *
PEEK, FREAN ic CO.'S CRACKERS,
THIRTY CENT8 A POUND.
THIRTY CENTS A POUND.
THIRTY CENTS A POUND.
PURE LEAF LARD,
PURE LEAF LARD,
PURE LEAF LARD,
SIX POUNDS FOR ONE DOLLAR.
SIX POUNDS FOR ONE DOLLAR.
SIX POUNDS FOR ONE BOLLAR.
BRIGHT NEW ORLEANS SUGAR,
BRIGHT NEW ORLEANS SUGAR,
BRIGHT NEW ORLEANS SUGAR,
EIGHT POUNDS FOR ONE DOLLAR.
EIGHT POUNDS FOR ONE DOLLAR,
EIGHT POUNDS FOR ONE DOLLAR.
ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE TO ANY
PART OF THE CITY.
rjlEAS ! TEAS! TEAS !
At greatly reduced prices,
At ? JOHN H UR KAMP Ar CO.
JEANNIES ACME RYE WHIS&lisT
Messrs. H. S. HANNIS A CO.. of Philadelphia,
ever intent to improve on the quadtles of their
WHISKIES, can lay claim to producing some of
the choicest in the country, ami having rendered
the prices such as to to make them available for
every class of trade and for general uso. citer the
celebrated Acme brands of CABINET, NECTAR,
XXXX, XXX, XX and X, througb ns, as their sole
agenta for thia city and the State o South Caro*
lina, at the most advantageous prices and terms.
CLACIUS A WITTK, No. 130 East Bay.
?0 BARRELS AND 25 HALF BARRELS OF TH?
ABOVE ON HANDaNOW.
Just received at KIV G WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TORY, No. 310 King street, near Society street, a
large and complete assortment of Leaf, Chewing
and Smoking TOBACCO. Cigarettes, Snuff, Pipes.
Ac. Havana and Domestic Cigars Imported and
manufactured by WM SCHR?DER, who respect?
fully invites the attention of chewers and smokers,
and traders, wholesale aud retail, ta a stock fully
comprising every variety ol quality and prices,
from the cheapest to the highest grade, which ls
offered at the lowest cash rates. A1 orders from
the country will receive prompt attention and
shipped C. O. D., or at thirty days' city accept
ARES ! CAKES ! !
Fine and tastefully dressed CAKES for Parties
and Weddings furnished at reasonable rates and
short notice, a: the Steam Bakery in Market street.
decl4^_J. C. H. CLAUSSEN.
CORN MEAL! .
CORN FLOUR !
Ground on Toll, and constantly on band.and
for sale at the Steam Bakery In Market street.
decU J. C. H. CLAUSSEN.
Thc attention of of Connoisseur* ls respectfully
Invited to the following Superior Liquors:
VINE GROWERS CO.'S BRANDIES.
Vintages of 1818,1821,1850
JAMES HENNESSEY'S COGNAC.
PURE SHERRY WINES.
AMONTILLADO, THREE GRAPES,
CROWN, STAR AND GARTER,
TOPAZ, PALE AND DARK,
OLD PORT WINES,
OLD MADEIRA WINE
ST. CROIX RUM,
W. S. IX CLUBHOUSE GIN
Thc above are selected with an especial view to'
absolute parity and richness or flavor; they are
classed amongst thc finest Liquors that ever
passed aa American Customhouse.
CORWIN'S CELEBRATE!) BRANDS OF OLD
ALL AROUND THE WORLD
BOORTEEN YEAR OLD BOURBON.
The attention ur disorlraloatiiig? Judges*! par?
ticularly Invited to their merit. W
Any or them can be impllclty relied upon where
a medical stimulant Ls required, they having been
endorsed by medical men or the nighest standing.
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Successor to Wm. S. C irwin A Co.,
decs No. 276 King street.
A full supply of FRENCH CHAMPAGNES.
ALSO THK CKLK1IHATKD
Urbana and Pleasant Valley CHAMPAGNES,
mude after Hie Kreuch method.
They are rich, fru? ry and fragrint, and, In'
every respect, pleasant aud palatable. Price per
case $18 and $20.
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Late W. S. Corwin A Co.,
dec3 No. 275 King street.
?HEAP LIQUORS ! CHEAP LIQUORS !
Imported and Domestic BRANDY
Tani" and Cooking wines
W hiskey of all Grades
Old London Cordial Gin.
All at cost prices, at
Southwest corner of Meeting and Market
CJELLING OFF AT COST !
On and after THIS DATE thc stock of Groceries
contained lu the Palrae'io Pioneer co-operative
Grocery will be offered for sale at retail, at cost
prices, to clos ' the business.
The stock comprises a full assoi tment of Choice
Family Groceries, TEAS, WI MKS, LIQUORS AND
The Fixtures, Good-wu:, and unexpired IBm of
Lease, can be treated for at private sale. det?l