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THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1871.
;>S-THE PRICE OE SUBSCRIPTION
?OR, THE "DALLY NEWS" IS NOW
EIGHT DOLLARS A YEAR, Di ADVANCE.
ir JEW? OF THE T?A. r.
In New York:, yesterday, cotton closed
weak but not lower; aplauda lijic; Orleans 15Xc.
. -Gold dull at 10XS10&.
-The Concordia cleared on Tut s day from Bos?
ton for Falmouth, England. It ls supposed sim
takes pat a cargo of arms and war material des
tineJ-for France, -* - -
-A full bench of the Supreme Court of New
fork, Judges ingraham, Barnard and Cardosa,
on Tue-day decided that United States bonds
could not be Included in personal assets la reck?
oning property for local and State taxation.
-This ls the style in faa eral notices In Boston
how: "Funeral services at his late residence,
-street, wednesday, at 12 o'clock. Relatives
and friends invited to attend. Burial at conve?
nience of ram Hy.''
-Versailles, the present Prussian capital, ls
now one of the most strongly fortified positions
in the world. Since the seat or government of
Prussia has been removed to that town it has
been transformed into a fortress.
-Letters from Versailles say that Klug William
has always expressed the greatest horror of per?
mitting the Parisian popuUUon to starve, and
the Investment of the capital has worn upon him
more than has all the rest of the war.
- -The Washington Chronicle, or Monday, con
talus the valedictory of Its late editor, Colonel
John W. Forney. The reason he assigns forTe
tiring from the Chronicle is that the expanding
IQ;crests of his Philadelphia paper, the Press, re?
quire all his attention. Ile maltes no allusion In
his valedictory tb the Piesldent. ?
-correspondent Inside Paris writes to thc
London Datly News: ' We are by no means a very
happy family-. General Ducrot and General
Blanchard have had words. The latter, ia the
course of the dispute, said to tho former: .'Ifyon
sword were as long as your tongue, you wou}d be
a wonderful warrior indeed.' "
-The Chicago Republican records the case of
couple who actually desired a divorce, and prov
inga fictitious residence of a year, got lt. Th
Wife soon repented and got the decree set aside
by exposing tho fraud in the "residence," but
a short time again changing her miad, appeared
in the same court and obtained, her divorce a sec
ond timel'.'* \
-All the ofllccrs and entire crew, except six, ot
the French burk New vi Je, Penelope, from Maico
fbr Callao, With" a ?argo or coolies, were murdered
on Ovtober loth by the coolies, who roseen masse
and.overpower ed ali- roslBtaao*. ?Tue-vesset was
th?*?b'S?t one lrand'red and-arty miles south of
the Lo.dr.oae Islands, andwas. navigated into the
harbor of Tiupack ny the survivors of the crew.
- -The Crispins cf New York still maintain a hui
front, and have commenced the fitting up of one
of their stoi es. Seven factories are now p r o .cc ted
by them-six to be owned exclusively by Cilspius.
and one to be open to_ subscriptions of ail th
?jades unions. Thu employers aie oucfHeut that
the 'enterprise will fail through want of cap ta
and commercial experience. The em; loyer.-, ul
cite fourteen recent failures ia the shoe trade lu
Philadelphia, but no thought of failure seems to
daunt the courage of the Crispins. A number of
manufacturers whose hands are out have bad
their work done by another manufacturer, but the
Crispins employed by the latter have refused t
woik 1 inger-unless the arrangement is brukrn up
The subject ls under cen ideratloa.
* -There ls a man living m the mountains of
North Carolina, not more than forty miles from
Greenville, S. C., says theTarooro' Carolinian, who
has reached the extraordinary ago of 143 years
At the time of Braddock's defeat he was twenty
years old, and had a wife and - three children,
gentleman at Greenville states that this man, who
basc?me down to BS from a former generation
has always been m moderate circumstances
"lived upon a coarse vegetable diet; that he has
> never drunk any liquid but spring water, and
bids fair to ?ive many years longer. Fie enjoys
/perfect health; possesses all or manhood's at
tributes, and wishes to marry. De has survived
seven wives, and having lost his last one about
sixty years a^o, he nu w begjas to feel quite lonely
-The Boston Advertiser says that during tue
past year the manufacture ?r?mots and shoe3 has
been quite successful, and the business of 1370
0 will provo as remunerative to the manufacturer
and us pc4:il La ole to lae workman as for auy year
since thc close or the war. The increase iii pro
duetloti has been greater than ls Indicated by
^ the, shipments from that market, as, during the
fall apason, the demand for booti was so urgent
that shipments were made direct from the facto?
ries, instead of from the salesrooms in th-city
astsufiha'ly the custom. Southon denten, who
have purchased largely of brogaus in former
.years, have nut bceu so good customers, partly
"owing tb the low price of cotton, but more to
the fact that thc negro population, which former?
ly wore thus-' g iods exclusively, are fast substl
tuting boots and the fancy sorts of shoes for that
description which reminds them of their days of
-The annual message of Governor Hoffman, of
New York, which was sent to the Legislature on
Tuesday, counsels rctrenciraent in expe ditures,
- and says the entire State debt Is $32,409,144, a re?
duction of$6,445,304daring the year, it recom?
mends that ail the mil.tu be armed with breech?
loaders; re tews former recommendations as to
canals, Including an appropriation for the list of
various projeced methods for the use of ste un:
supports guardeJiy some plan: for an elevated
railroad-in New York; asks a continuation or the
pewees or the commissioners to prevent the
spread of the catt e disease: disapproves of the
administration or Fe leroi ?nauces. an 1 gives
soma ari vkse to Secretary Boatw?!!; charges that
the Federal Government has es-amedto interfere
alrectly, by la ofllcers and armed forces, with
?entona in New York State; analgus the Presl
dent on this account, ena protests formally:!
against these outrages.
v -A correspondent says: "I must tell yon &~
anecdote or Gambe: ta, ? who waa always regarded"
as being very peculiar and now as being half
crazy, that, perhaps, yon have not heard. I sup
pore yowknow he has bnt one eye. though I dont
think lt ls generally known how holest tho other.
When he was a eleven years old ho was sent to.
a bearding school, and. in a flt of homc-sickuess,
wrote thus to his father: 'Father, if you. don't
come a.td take mc homo within three weeks, 1
SHAH cut out one of my eyo?.? Tae '.hree weeks
pasird, an 1 no fa lter a?poarcd; so young Gani
!ictrr\. agreeably to promise, went up ln'-olifs
nom otic day, and, w th his ja<kuife, coolly de?
prived himself of tho u-?e of hts right eye. HU
tome Eickhess Rilli conti :ulng, he Tvrorc again
thoa: 'Path- r, I have but ono eye. If yon arc
not herein threeweeks to take me home, you will
have a blind son.' On receiving that, his father
doubted no longer hia bome-alckueM, bat went
and brought him homo. Doat you cah that real
p uck T Pluck lo om sense of the word, though it
doesn't Beeta very plucky when one thinks he
could not control his home-sickness better. If
yon have ever seen any of Gambctta's photo?
graphs, you will notic* tliat the left ktde or his
profile ls always seen."
Thc Fire Loan Stock.
It is announced that the Fire Loan Stock
of South Carolina, due on the 1st instant,
has not been paid on presentation, in accord?
ance with the official notice of tbe State
Treasurer, dated December 12, 1870.
Thia Fire Loan Stock was isBued under
the act of June, 1838, for rebuilding the City
of Charleston. The rate of interest is six
per cent, and the principal as stated, was
payable on tho 1st January instant. There
has never been any question as to the liability
of the Slate for this debt. There te, it is
true, a case before the Supreme Court, in
which tue holders of the Fire Loan
Stock are parties as claimants of the
assets of tbo Bank of the State of South
.Carolina. But this does not touch the
matter of the liabillity of the State, inas?
much, as whatever right to the assets
of the bank might be established by the Fire
Loan stockholders would remain with tbe
holder of the stock, whether a State or a
private Individual. That Is to say, the State,
by payiDg the stock when due, would not
prejudice the claim of the stock upon the as?
sets of the Bank of the State.
The amount of the Fire Loan Stock is
$304,443, and on December 12, 1870, the
State Treasurer gave notice that the stock
wo ali1 be paid ingold, on and after Decem?
ber 31, 1870, "at the South Carolina Bank
"and Trust Company in Columbia, and at
"the banking-house of H. H. Bampton, No.
"9 Nassau street, New York." ? As soon as
this notice was brought to the attention of
the General Assembly of the State, Repre?
sentative Whipper, a colored lawyer, intro?
duced a jointTesolution requiring the com?
mittee of ways and means "to take such
"legal proceedings as they may think nec
"es8ary to prevent the payment of the Fire
"Loan Stock, should any attempt bc made
"by any financial agent of tho State to pay
"it." This resolution was agreed to-by the
House, but was laid on the table in the
Senate. A complaint was then made before
Judge Melton in tho Court of Common Pleas
for Richland County, by W. J. Whipper,
Joseph Crews and Benjamin F. Bosemou,
and it was ordered that the defendant, Niles
G. Parker, show cause before him at ihe
courthouse in Columbia, on Friday, the 30th
of December, "why an order should riot bo
"issued to restrain and enjoiu him, as treas?
urer of the said State, and until the further
"orderof this court, from Ming, or anywise
"appropriating of the moneys or funds of the
"State in his custody or charge, as such
"treasurer, for the purpose of paying or re
;'deeming the stock kio .vu as the Fire Loan
"Stock of this Slate. And it is further or
"dered that thc said N. G. Parker, as treas
"urer of the State, his servants, attorneys,
"assistants and agents, bein the meantime
"restrained and forbidden from paying or
"redeeming the said stock, or any part
"thereof, with any moneys or funds of this
"State in his custody or charge as such
"treasurer." On the day appointed Mr.
Pressurer Parker failed to appear, and the j
injunction- was continued until the 10th in-,
stunt It is understood that Whipper and.
lis colleagues, without going into the mat?
er oj the liability of ihe State, take"the
ground t?at the State Treasurer had ho au
. Lo ri ty to make the pay meut proposed.
The whole movement, -from the begui?
ling, is regarded in South Carolina as a ;
itock-Jobbing trick. In the first place, the
jermanent holders of the Fire Loan Stock
ioubted whether the stock would oe paid at
naturity. This enabled the Ring to buy up
i large amount of the stock at a liberal dis
;ount. When the notification of the intend?
ed payment wus given, the price rapidly ad?
vanced, and it is believed that as high as 109
n currency was paid for a small lot of the
Hock. Whether Whipper <fc Co. had been
lenieda share of the spoils, we have no
neans of telling. It is plain, however, that
heir action, and the temporary repudiation
)f a rightful debt, tend to depress the price of
.he stock, when the Ring may manage to
tick it up cheap, and realize a handsome
iront. The State is able, we presume, to
ray the stockholders. A tax of nine mills
br the current year ought to realizo $300,
100 or $400,000 more than the current ex?
penses of our costly State Government.
Vir. Kimuton had, besides, in his posses
?on, a year ago, $2,700,000 of State bonds,
)f which no public account has been
;iven. The revenue of the Stt.te is un?
precedentedly large, taxation is enormous,
state bonds are hypothecated by ihe mil
ion; yet a clique of speculators are porinit
,ed to play with the credit of the State, and
ire able to repudiate, for a time, a just
lebt, in order that they may siuff more
>lunder into their gorged and plethoric
Again, Well Done :
The Augusta Chronicle says that lt is
it ill without-full official returns of the late
flections in Georgia, but sufficient is now
iiiown to secure the election of the Demo
iraetic candidates for Congress in the first,
leooud, ?i'th, sixth and seventh districts.
[*he third and fourth have bees carried by
he Radicals. The election of Tift, in the
lecohd district, was for some time ia doubt,
?ut his election is now known to be certain,
LOtwith3tanding the vote of one of the conn?
ies in his district, in which he is known to
lave bad a large majority, has not beeu
ounted anti returned by the managers. A i
lajority of tho managers being Ridicals, ,
aey refuse! to flnjsi tyie count, when it was
scertained that the D???o3rat?C ticket was 1
ir ah ead. ' 1
Tbis company has declared a January
di video d of one dollar a share, payable on
tho 1st February next. The operations
the company for the past year vfili be shown
in detail in the annual report, bub we are
able ai; this time to state, with exact?
ness, that the road and rolling stock havo
becm maintained in a condition of thoron
efficiency, that the dividend 13 paid oat
legitimate, not earnings, anil that the year
1670 is the most prosperous and sutisfac
tory which the company has experienced
since tho beginning of tho lato war.
truth, the company is now reaping the fruits
of its sound policy and judicious manage?
ment, and hasbi?foro it, we hope and believe,
a career as profitais to the stockholders, oe
bentScial to the public at large.
The following table, condensed Trom the
New York Journal of Commerce, shows the
prices of breadstufls, provisons, cotton, rice
and naval stores, at New York, on the 1st
of January in each year, from 1860 to 1871
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?J.OLD. . WANTED.
Apply tb W. P. HALL,
Jan5-2 Brown A Or?.'* Wrtnrve*.
Jj! 0 R SALE,
BANK STATE SOOTH CAROLINA BILLS (USW).
Bank St ate South Carolina Bills (old).
South Carolina Stock.
Charleston Gaslight Company Stock.
Granit-vi'io Manofactnilng Company Stock.
AU mtic Phosphate Company stock.
Jititf LOUIS MoLAtN. No. 31 Broad street.
MACO * AND WESTERN RAILROAD STOCK.
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Second Mort
Farmers' and Exchange Bank Bills.
jani._ No. 31 Bi-nad Strew*.
rp O LOAN,
TWBNTT THOUSAND DOLLARS on trilaterals.
jan4 LOUIS MoLATN. No. 31 Rroad street
JUST RECEIVED, ONE HHNDRED
barrels IRI H POTATOES. Jackson Whites
?nd Peac i Blow Ooodrl-.h, at $3 per barrel, or 45
oent* per peek, at' Fruit stand corner Church
and Ma-ket streets, norta side. Mrs. S. JAUOU.
FO R SALE, ONE SECOND HAND
BOILER, 30 Inches diameter, 22 feet long,
m good omer, ?Ith Front. Orate, liar-, Beams,
Ac, complete. Applv to THURSTON A UOLWKS,
Adgcr's Nonh Wh trf._n"v2i-mrli
FOR SALE, 666 ACRES OE COTTON
AND PROVISION LAND, twelve miles from
urangenurg. and two miles from LowlaviM Oe
pur, s. c. Katiroad, witta Residence of eighr. rooms,
thc usual outbuilding*, gtti-liouae, and quartern
ror lauoters. The place Is healthy, wate.'excel?
lent, and timber abundant, lt ls auder cultiva?
tion, and soo bushels or Cotton seed for planting
can-be procured on tuc premises.
An eligible LOT of one and three quarter acres,
at Glenn Springs, -partanbnrg County, with Cot?
tage ol fmr romns and outbuildings, unfinished.*
Forterms, Ac, apply to DB Ntl! VILLI A iVUA
LBY, Attorneys ut Law, Ur.mgeUurg c. H., S. C.
THE ETER0ISE80F THE PAROCHIAL
SCHOOL will be resumid ou MOI.DAY, the
Ternis-Classics and F-DRltth per month, $3;
Ungi sb aloue, $2; Primary Department, SI.
j*n2-3_JOHN RAUS KN'. PrlrMpal.
THE EXERCISES OF J4?-S G?LLI
LAND sSClfOUi. will be re* un ed on MON
n.w, 2 1 of J ..unary. Residence Nu. 21 St, Phillp
Mire*. rwod.tuN amth of Pubho Scno-d. Music
and French laugnt on reas.ina' l" 'rrmt der-an
ENGLISH AND GERMAN dOUOUL, No.
82 WENTWORTH STREET.-The oxelolseao!
'htninsututlon embrace all the branches necessary
for a zood English aud Commercial education,
rite liuura from & to ? o-. Lock P. M. are devoted
o German lensous, viz: Grammar, Speakinx,
Writing g.nd ReattUig. Lessons In Drawing and
Moulding every Saturday morning. The Night
School from 7 to 9 o'clock, for exercises of Arith?
metic, Reading. Spelling and Writing, and Orna
?nenia: ami Mechanical Drawing for a lalia.
The Academv is under my special superinten?
dence, with th? assistante of Mr. J. MCDONALD,
viiits J. H. AN G KL, Miss LEON HARDT. Mla? J.
Vocal Music by Professor F. BERCKHAN.
a H. BERGMANN,
FOR SALE, THREE Yt- RY FINE
MULES, well broken, and In good order.
Apply at CAMBRON, BARKLEY & 00. Jnw6-g
NEWSPAPERS.-FOR SALE AQUANTI
TT of the above. A?ply at Board of Tra !e
KOtms, Mo. ltfl Meeting street._novio-thrn j '
FOR SALE, A No. 1 WHEELER ?'1
WILSON'S SEWING atAQHINE, In Cabinet
case-cheap. Apply at J. L. LCK?FOKD'S. No. 27
Queen street. nov28
nEET BRASS, OF ALL THICKNESS?
ES AND WIDTHS. FOR SALE BY WM. SHEP
HERD k CO., No. 24 HATNB STREET AND No. 35
PINCKNET STREET. th
WANTED TO HIRE., A GOOD^COOEV
White prerefred. -Apply at Mo.'4S? Ktof
street, ttaird door above Hudson stree? Jan6-l*
WANTED, A GOOD COOK, WHITE OR
colored. Apply at No. laSou.?i Bay, w.?
ead. . , ..... ., Jans-;*
W" ANTED, A GOOD COTTON PLANT?
ER to reut?r work on sharefi a Plintarlon
ou Sont h San t?o. J. Apply to BENJ. M oiNNES, ?NO.
SJ tlidlmeib-treet. j a i r 0-2
WANTID, A SITUATION AS OVE?
SH KR on a rtec or cotton plantatloa; or.
as superintendent ol hands eugaccd in mining,
pr otherwise. App y through POBtrifllce Box- No.
WANTED. A WHITE HOUSEMAID.
Good recommendations required. Apply
ai >o. 47 HUS?I street. Jun*
WANTED TO SELL -TWO HUNDRED
SHA' B3 OP PORT ROYAL RAILROAD
si 0 K for sale. Address oner to w, Box 847,
Angnaia, Qa._ Jan2-tntHBgi4*
AN EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER I
wlxhea employment References flrat-class.
Address Bookkeeper. NSWB office. jan4-2?
WANTED, A WHITE WET N?R8B,
without a child. Apply at this office.
TEN EXPERT CIGAR MAKERS CAN
tret fine work immedlatety.at J. MADSEN'S,
C?aileaton Cifrar Manufacrory, No. 163 Meeting
street, opposite Charleston Hotel decdO
mo IONT, THE HOUSE AND STORE,
X No. 16 King street, with Conn ter and oilier
Fixtures. Apply at go. 64 Klag street. Jan4 -4?
FOR RENT OR SALE, A BEIAUTIF UL
ESTATE In Orangeburg DtstKct, situated
an LyonB Creek, three and a hall ralles from the
south Garollna Railroad. The tn,ct contains
J600 acres, soil rich red clay, adapted to ooitou,
corn, wheat, root crops aud clover.
A splendid range for cattle; sunny hillsides for
vineyards, and- low lands for meadows. Lyons
creak, a large, never-Calling stream rons through
the estate, and furnishes one of the Unest water
powers hi the State.
A most valuable Iron ore has been discovered
recently on the place.
The estate hos on lt all the necessary farm
tum.'decs, negro houses, barna, ntables, gin
nouses and small dwelling. It has been in caa
?itant cultivation since the war, and tho splendid
growing otop would give entire satis; action.
lt ta offered for rent ur sale, on reasonable
Address Mrs. L M. KEITT,
Society II?1L Darlington District, 8. O.
Or R. M. MARSHALL A BRO., Mo. 83 Broad
BOARD -FAMILIES AND SING LE
gentlemen can be pleasantly accommodated
at the corner of Wentworth and Glebe atreets.
deol3 , .
COPARTNEBSHIP -MR. GEORGE E.
GIBBES ls a member of our Firm from this
date. GIBBES Se CU.
Charleston, January 2,1871._ Jan3-3
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ASSOCIA
THD with them in the FACTO HAG K AND
COMMISSION BUSINESS, JOHN B. PALMER, of
Oolumbla, and WM. B. EVERETT, of New York,
md will continue the business lu Charleston un
1er the firm or W. C. COURTNEV A CO., and In
Kew York under the style bf COURTNEY, EVE
?TT A CO. W. C. COURTNEY 4 CO.
December 16, 1870. _ Jan2
TTTM. M. LAWTON INFORMS HIS
VT friends And the public that, from this
*ate. his Bons. WINBURN and PHILIP TIUY
HAN. are associated with him tn the Commission
ind'Factorage Business, und r the Urtu or
WM. M. LAWTON A ?ONS,
No. 8 Uoyco'8 vv han*.
January 2,1871. Jant-6
SHssotetioTts of Cop a rt rt rr o?) ip.
VrOTICE.-THE COPARTNERSHIP EX
Ll lvlING nader the name of HOI NEST A
a ARTIN was dissolved Jul v 1st, 1870, tty thc wit ??
lraw.il or Mr. J. M. MARTIN. The busineae will
>c conducted under the old name, aud at the old
?and, No. 620 Kin/, opposite Ann vtreet, by the
inbscrlber, who will be happy tn nee his old
patrons. J. E. BOIN EST.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
The Copartnership heretorore existing
jinlcr the name of J. R. READ A co., in this day
U>'ahived hy mutual consenr. The liquidation or I
lie r affHtte will bc conducted by J. lt. KI-; AD.
(Signed) J. K. READ. .
C. J. (JUINBY.
Charleston. January 17. UTI. Jan2
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
Tlie Firm of WILLIS A CI1ISOLM ls this day
lls<olvud by mutual <:on~ent. The liquidation or
heir affairs will be conducted by E. WILLI9. who
rvUl continue the business on hts own account.
Charleston, S. C., December 6, lSTo. dec7
.farter) ?oous, &c,
.'INE JEWELRY, WAT0HE!?. ic.-THE LATEST'
Particular attention ls Invited to the NEW.
.ARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF WATCHES,
TE WELBY, SILVERWARE AND FANCr GOODS,
lultabl?ror Presents, Just received andi opened
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KINO I3TBEET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No, 307 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
Ul the newest aud most exquisite designs In
SETS OF PEARL, GARNET, ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE.
Leontine, Opera. Neck and Vest CHAINS; Seal
tinga, Diamond Rings; Gr.ut's .Pins, Pearl And
iUraoud; Plain Gold and Wedding Ringa always
iu hand or made to order; Sleeve Buttons and
ituds, Bracelets, Brooches and Earrings; Armlets
.nd Necklaces. In Gold and Coral; Brioches for
lair 01? Miniatures, Lockets, Charm; and Masonic
'ina, Glove Bands, at
AMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET,
A lew doors above Wentworth street.
gALL, BLACK & CO.,
los. 665 and 567 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Call attention or thoa? about purchasing HOLL
)AY PRESENTS to 1 heir unequalled J?tock, com?
prising everything in
SILVER,-JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS.
It will he much to the advantage of those living
Ltadl-ttane rom Hie cuy io ?end their orders,
especial a teiuioa will iie.giveu iu tue selection
ty one bl the Urtu per-ouady. And In ea-r Die
??.ods rural-lied are not satlsiactory in every re
V< cf, ih-;y can De exchanged.
Goods sent C. O. it. Packages allowed to be
ipened und se: -el ion s made. ja.its-iyr
X"cTuspapero, ?etagia)ines, &t.
JJ ? R A L CAROLINIAN
What is the Duty of the Hour. D. Wyatt Aiken;
lotion Culture in India. Uriti-h Couiiiiisxloiier'a
tHpurt; rear Culture. D-vid z Evans, of Mary
ind; Best Gra--?es ror th" ttouih. Or C. L. Hurl?
er ot North c i ulina; Gullen Liv of Jupm, H.
i. breer.- of PhPailelph-a; Guava ami Dares In
'hinda, W. N. Harr, or FlTM*; Amrora Goat tn
he .?oath, D. H. Jacques: The Sharp .caru8,
idas. R. Dodge, or Washington; Tanning, (new
irocexa.) C. P. Panknln; G<iethe und Frederica, P.
ANo, many other valuable aud Interesting
Single copies, 2i cents. Sub-erip'.ion, $2per
nova Charleston, S. C.
?j OUT H ERN* D?E HOUSE.
A ne""? FRENCH DYE HOUSE has bf-en opened
>t No. 35U King street, w.here DYEING in all coi?
rs, and Cleaning or a)) kinds is done at thc
hurtest notice arid In thp hua) my.'e.
. I. BILLER. Prenoh Dyer,
?6 King street, near corner George street,
P'YlB?GOREAN L?DGE, ?ro. 21, 3t F!
.M.- A K^ular Commutation-of the above
Lodge will be held at Masonic Hall TUTS (Thur*.
day) EYE'.-IVO, st T o'clock. Candidate for tho E.
A. Degree wlil be punctual. Bv order or thc W.
M._ R, STEWART,
YOUNG AMERICA STEAM FIRE EN
01 NE COMPANY.-The Regnlar Monthly
Mutctoir win bc heal Tum iThnraday) EVBNIVO. at
HaTkei nail, at 7 o'clock. Members are reqnest
ed u> attend as buslneo- of "lmporraccc will be
submitted/nr their cOn^itleraMon.
. By oner. J. 8. WESTENDORF P,
ftn5_'* . ' '_Secretary.
FARMERS'.FERTJLIZF.R COMPANY OF.
fOVCH CAROLINA.-In accordance wish L
ReaoJntiop paased at the meeting or this COJB
puny, held un 3d mutant, a Meeting or the stock
nj Wera for the purpose of Increasing the Capital
Stock, and ?raendfntt the Ptre'; Section orthe By
Laws, wlifbi held on TnraD?T, nth instmt. at .
O'Clock, P. M. A. H. MAYZi'K,
Jan 5-1 Treasurer.
gOHOOL BOOKS'! SCHOOL BOOKS I
And ntl descriptions bf SCHOOL STATIONERY..
School 'Pens, Copy Books, and all m ri et UM of
Blank Books. Drawing Papers, Bristol Hoards,
Pencils, Drawing Carda and Drawing Books, at
FOGABTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE, NO. 1.
FORSTTHE'S LIFE OF CICERO, .2 vols. In one,
witfc'Illnstrarli.ns. id American Edition, (2 60.
Booka and Headings What BookB shajl I read aad-j
how IQ read them; by Porter. 12.
The Ho'tom of the Sea, by L. Sorrei, (The Wonder
Library.) tl 60.
Bronchitis and Kindred Diseases, . by "Dr. Hah,
Memoirs of the Lire and Services or the Rt. Rev.
Alonzo'Potter. D. D., LL. D., Bishop ofPenn
aylvjula, hy M. A. De Woolfe Hewe. r>. D., $3.
Coughs and Colds, or the Preventive, Canse and
Cure or rat letts affections of the Throat, Ac,
by Dr. Hali. auUiorof '-Health by Goo? Liv?
ing," Ac, $150.
Religio Chemlel. Essays. By George Wilson, F.
R. S. T., of Edinburgh, 12. . .
Abbeys, Castles and Ancient Halls of England
and Wales; their Legendary Lore and fepn-j
lar History, by John Timba. 2 vois, $3 50.
Tho Legendary Ballads of England and Scotland,
compiled hy J. S. Roberts, $1.
ANew DicHonaryof Quotation? from, the Greek,
Latin and Modern Languages, with au exten?
sive Index to every important word, $2.
Wonderful Balloon A-ceat?y a History of Balloons,
Ac, rrom the French orManoir, $i so.
The comte History of England, by. A. Beckett,
. with 20 odored Etoalngi and 200 WuotLOuts,
nic Comte History of Rouie, by A. Beckett; Hlus
teated by Leech, $370.
.The OouilciUaokstooe, by A. Beckett, with Illus?
trations by cruikshank P. (260 and $1 60.
Mother Goose in a New Dress, S3 76; Mother
Goose's Melodies, with notes, nitric and an
account of the Goose or Vergoo.se Family.
S3 75. (These are the great rival editions of
"Dear Old v other Goose.")
History of English Literature; In a Series of Bio?
graphical Essays, by Collier, LL. I)., $176.
The Rudiments of Colors and Coloring, with the
nature of Figments, ftc, by Field, $2.
Thomas Chalmers, a Biographical Study,' by James
Dode!*. $1 75.
From Egypt to sinai ; The Exodus of the-Children
of Israel, by Professor Gaiissen, $1 75.
Memoirs of the Lire and Writings of Thomas
Chalmers, by hts son-in-law, Dr. Hanna; 4
YOlS., *T?0. -?>*?
Memoir of Wm. Ellery Channing, with. Extracts
from Correspondence,'Ac, S vols, $3 50.
Millar's Almanac ror 1671. Interleaved.
DIARIES FOR 1871.
' Photograph Albums, Writing Albums, Auto?
graph Albums. Our varieties or these beautiful
articles are ansurpas'-ed and cheap.
Writing Detts, Writing Gases and Portfolios,
embracing every variety of styles, from (1 up to
Especial af ten rion has been given to onr Juve?
nile Department. Oar assortment is un usa liy,
large and great care bas been taken to select
good booka for the yoong of all ages.
BIBLES AND PRAYER BOORS.
A large 6tock of English Family and Pocket
Bibles and Episcopal Prayer Booka, embracing ali
the newest e utlous and styles of Maninga,- The
prices or Bibles and Prayer Books hare been
greatly reduced. Our stock offers aa large a va?
riety as eau be had, and at roduued price*.
N. B. Our Monthly Literary Bulletin will be sont
Free to persons in the country.
asr Persons residing lu the country will please
bear In mind that by sending their orders to mi
Tor any books, published In America, thej will be
charged only the price of the book. We psy for
the postage or expresa
FOGARTUrS BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street, (in the Bend,) Charleston, S. C
ILLUSTRATED HOLIDAY GIFT BOOKS.
FLOWERS FROM THE UPPER ALPS, with
Glimpses of their II nm rs. superbly tliuatrated
with chromo llthotrraphs, .'"Ho. $12 60.
The Arts lu the Middle Ages, and at the Period
Of <he Renaissance. Ky Paul Lacroix. Curator of
thc Imperial Library or 'he Arseaa, Parin. Illus?
trated with itlnatecn ehromo-ilihographtc print-',
and upward uf roar hundred engravings ?n wc-ad.
Ecclesiastical Art in Germany during the Middle
Age'. By Professor Lubke. Illustrated with one
hundred and eighty-four engravings, 1 voL, 8vu.
specimens or the Drawings of the Tea Masters,
with descriptivo letter-press and twenty photo?
graph's, 4to, nandsometv bound, flo.
Sonia of Hom -, with - thirty-six IUostrations by
Fenn, Hennessy, Griswold, Ac, and eight auto-,
graphs, uniform with ' Sones ?r Life." "Kath
una," "Ritter Swen," Ac, cloth, mir gilt. $5.
The Wonders or Ehgravlng. By George Du
plcs-is. With thirtv-four tine wood ca's and sen
photograph reproductions In autotype, illustrative
or tho various stages of thc art of engraving,
from the earliest times to the present, fe.
Marvels of Glass-Making. By A. i-auzay. With
sixty-seven Illustrations on wood, and ten auto
type conies (tr the best examples In the South Ken
sroelnn Museum. $6.
Wonder* of Italian Art. By Louts Vlardnt. With
ten autotype-; and thirty engraving*, cloth. $c.
Wonder* or Painting. OT the Snanlsh, Kreuch
K?srlisli and Flemish. Schools. By M. Vlardnt.
With numerous antotype and wood-cat Illustra
Hons, cloth, gdt. $6.
The Birth and Childhood of our Lord Jesus
Christ. Meditations selected from the works of
Arians-tne. Chryaoerom, conti, Hall, calvin. Ac,
wltn twelve photographs af"-r Da Vinci, Rairaelle,
Murillo, Guido. Deiaroehe, Ary Scheffcr>and other
master*, 1 vol., illuminated elor.b. extra gilt. $G.
Illustrations of the Lif . of Martin Luther. En
graved In Hue after original painting* by (.anon
chere, wjih letier-prcs*. By (lev. Merle D'Aubigne.
Twelve plctnrits In lollo. $o.
Library or Poe ry and Song. Being a ohotoe
selectlnn from Hie best poets, with Introduction
by wm. Cullen Bryant. Handsomely illustrated,
1 voL. 6vo. $ J.
The Song of the 8ower. By Wm. Cullen Bryant.
Illustrated with forty-two engravings t.y the best
al tints, 4to, cloth, gilt. $5.
Rusti? Adornments for nome* of Taste, with
nine colored plates and two hundred and thirty
wood engraving.). 1 vol., 8vo, cloth, gilt. $0.
Miss Kllm integg and her Precious [.eg; A Gold?
en LPgernl. By Thomas Hood. lllu>tr*ted by
sL\ty exquisite etchings fromdrawlne* by Thomas
Seccombe,-R. A., in characteris lc cloth blading.
Molher Roo^c In hes New Dress. A .?eries of ex?
quisite 'drawing* lu tinted chromo*. Rv Miss
Chase, a daughter or the Chief-Justice. Eleguut
4in.. creen and gold. $4 60.
fllustnitlnns to fi?etu 's Fautr. Thlr'een de
signs In SllhoncttP, by Paul Konewka. The English
text from Bayard Taylor's new tran-ilaUou, 1
vol.. 4to. $4.
Maneln- I he De-ert World. Translated Trora
ihe French, with additions and emendations. One
?.erv hand otne vol.. royal 8vo.,'wth one hundred
arni sixty superb Blast tatton* $8.
Han?ln-Ttin Mysery i-f Hie Oci??n. Translaied
from the Fieucli, wujiodd tiousandemendations.
One very handsome vol.. r yal 8vo.. with one hun?
dred and thlny ?npp'-h illustrations $8
Mlebelct-Thc Bird: lt* History, Habits and
Burial liens, p::e handsome vol.. myal 8vo" with
two hundred and ten superb illustrations by Giaco?
metti. $6. . .
Figuier-Barth and ea. From the French <tf
Loni- (? limier. Illustrated with two hundred and
Sf ty engravings. One handsome vol.. royal thro.
Library of Wonders. Illnstratcd with one thou?
sand bean-ifni Illustration*. The s M ie* conals's
nf: Wonders or tue Human Body; Tm; .Sublime In
Nature; Intelligence of An?mala: Thunder and
Llirhtnlng; Boir.om of the Sea; Wonder* of the
Heavens; Italian Art; Architecture; ^la^maklng;
Lighthouses and Llgh'Shl s; Wonders o'f Pompeii;
Egvpt 3300 Years Ago; Tue -un; Wonders of Heat;
Ontleai Wonders; Wonders r>r Aco'istlcs; Wonder?
ful Escapes; Bodily .?trength std Skill; Balloon
Ascents; Grear. Hunts. The volumes may be pur?
chased separately Ot $1 50.
Etchl-gs by John Leech, containing illustra?
tions of "Jack Brng." '.Christopher Tadpole'' and
"H-cfor I .'Halloran." one vol., folio. $3.
M?nchhausen- Adventures dn Karon de M?nch?
hausen. Tradnrtlon nouvelle par Gautier.Ate.
Illustr?es par Gus'ave Dore.
Also, a large anil choice collection of the newest
Juvenile and Toy BookB. dcclO
PROFESSOR BERG EB'S BED-BUG
Oostar'B INSECT POWDER
Glentworth's Roach Exterminator
Costar's Rat Poison *
Isaacaen's Sure Fop-Death to Mosquitoes.
For sale by Da. H. BA Flit,
sly* .No. 131 Meeting street,
M. c Mtiyx u% Jo F ii ?sio.
R. DORSBY OQUSN.Manager and Director.
L - THUE?Dii K.vjiM.\c,_iiau3,rx.?;ii, }8JL
Second and last night, but two, or tho wonderful
-.SAP P H O i. ._
WITH TH? ? . -
COMIC OPERA TROD PB.
Entire change or Programme. No extra charge '
for rraerved s>?t*.
BATO RD AT. Mattara.
Donrn opto at S o'clock. Petformaae?at a
harf price._ . Jana
R AMD BA" 1
OBRMAJr RIFLE CLUE
HIBERNIAN HALL, ON THURSDAY, 1?TH
Tie members of the Society are respectfully re?
quested to wear their anlfura upon eUa occa?
. THE ccmfirrsx:
P. PUCK HABER, Chairman.
J. H. PETERMANN; 0. P. LUBS,
J.OARTES, P. AKSEL,
decao-thS 0. H. BERGMANN', Secretary.
ttikoct?tb, tioiioto, Ut. ? t
JpOTATOES I POTATOES I .
ISO hbla. Eastern POTATOES, landing thia day
.ex Schooner-Frederlek Flab.' Formate t?y
J-M;>A v>. ? ^J. A.BNBLOWJt.00.
HE MIC AX'LY PUKE
The attention of of connoisseur/) la respectfully
Invited to the following Superior Liquors:
JINE ORO WEBS CO.'S BRANDIES.
Vintages of isis, ] 834,1860
JAMES HENNESSEY'S. OOftHAO.
AMONTILLADO, THREE GRAPES,
CABINET. HENNE > SE F, ?
- CROWN, STAR AND GARTER,
TOPAZ, PALE AND DARK,
OLD MADEIRA WINE
! ST. CROIX RUM,
W. S. C. CLUBHOUSE GIN
The abov* are .sleeted with aa especial vtar to
absolute purity and. rlotaneaa of flavor; thar are
clawed amongst the finest Liquors that ever
passed an American Customhouse.
OORWIN'S CELEBRATED BRANDS CP OLD
ALL AROUND THE WORLD
. AHD .
FOURTEEN YEAR OLE BOURBON.
The attention or dlacrlmluatlng] judges is par?
ticularly invited to their merit. . |_
Any of them can be Implicit? relied npon where
a medical stimulant ls required, they having been
endorsed by medical men ofthe highest standing.
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Successor to Wm. S. Corwin A Co.,
decs . No. 276 King afreet.
ll A M P A G N E S
A full supply of FRENCH CHAMPAGNES.
ALSO TH? CELEBRAT?
Urbana and Pleasant Valley CHAMPAGNES,
made after the French method.
They are rich, rrulty and rragrrrnt. and, ra
every respect, pleasant and palatable. Prias per
case $18 and r>20.
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Late W. S. Oorwln A Co., -
dec3_ No. 276 King street.
rpo ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Messrs, BAYER A KltESSF.L. Jr.. have removed
to northeast corner or Market and E.at Bay,
where they will be happy to serve thiir old cus?
tomers with anything In their line of business.
J ust received, by schooner W. H. Steele, a fine
car?to or FRUIT, consisting or:
89,000 Sweet Havana ORANGES.
80 dozen Sngar-loar Pines.
Thc Banic will be sold chenp, at the vessel and
Store. . '_JanS-3 .
HEAP AS THE' CHEAPESTl
GOOD AS THE BEST!
Is the universal verdict prononnoed upon
OST EN DORK K'S PRIZE O tOCKBlBS
N. B.-All goods delivered rree of charge.
PRIZES ! PRIZES I PRIZES!
Not broas Jewelry cither, glvcu with, all sales of
one dollar, at .
OSTENDQRFF'S PRIZE GROCERY,
Northeast corner or Rutledge avenue and carmon
jari3-toths2TR08 - .
JJAiftUSB -ACME R?E WHISKIES.
Messrs. H. S. HANNIS A CO.. of Philadelphia
ever intent to Improve on thc quadrios ol their
WHISKIES, can lay claim to proonclng some ol
tue choicest In tho country, arui having rendered
the priers such as io to make them available for
everv casi of trade ami for general uso offer the
celebrated Acme brands of CABINS r, NECTAR,
XXXX. XXX. XX and X through us, as their sole
ageuis for thia city and the State o> South Caro?
lina, ac the most advuutageuu^pricea and terms.
CLACIUS A WITTE, No. 130 East Bay.
30 BARRELS AND 25 HALF BARRELS OP THE
AKOV? ON HAND-NOW.
J, O O K AT THIS.
Now Is th? time for dealers to lay In their stock cf
LIQUORS FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
and we are prepared to save them the trouble of
ordering rronv the North, by .-oiling them the
s.i me article here r r cash at what they would
have to pay lu Philadelphia for lt, theres / saving
freight, insur ance and other expenses. We are
enabled to do ao by our hve ar rangements with
two or the principal Llqnnr house? or Philadelphia
- ?OHS GIBSON'S SON A CO, and HENRY WAL?
LAL'B A 00.
Wc have uaw on hand 103 barrels of the follow?
OLD CORN WHISKEY
60 barrels JOHN GIBSON'S SON A CO.'S OLD
DEER CREEK RYE WHISKEY, of which bund
we have thc so(p right to sell lu this city.'
We ?Uso keep constantly on hand. Port, Madei?
ra and Sherry WINKS, at thc lorfest price fur the
quality. Give ns a trial.
BYRNE A FOGARTY,
Corner Church and Chalmers streets.
JJ 4 H. W. CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE PURE OLD
In order ro racilltate tho supply or our PURE
OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WIUSKIEB to our
former numerous cu<tomer* at the South, wt
have nppomted M-ssr-. II. OERD S A CO. our
A'jent-. who, by iii:- unaugement are enabled to
supply the trade ai prices w.ilch win Insure satis?
faction . H. A ll. W. CATHERWOOD.
The subscribers fake pleasure to inform their
ros to me rs a d me trade uencrailv far. ttnv have
Killi a f-vr barrels ofthe Messrs. OATHKRVVOOirs
FINK OLD MONONGAHELA WHlsKIKS ?ra hand,
which ha- had the benefit ol a sout hern summer's
hear. Have also received recen Hy one hundred
b?rrela of various grades, at reduced prices.
H. GERDTS A CO..
dec20-tuths3mns No 1S6 East Bay.
Jj-tLOUR, SIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS,
PORK, COFFEE, SUGAR, Aa
JEFFORDS & CO..
Nos. 17 and 19 VENDUE RANGE, OFFER AT
LOWEST MARKET RATES:
600 bbls. Fresh Ground FLO GR
2* hilda. Choice Clear Rib Sides
20 alida. Prime smoked Shoulders
10 tierces Choice S. c. Hams
10 tierces Pure Leal l^ard
25 bids. Heavy Olty Mess Pork
20.000 pounds Prime Dry Salt Sldea
lo,ooo pouuds Dry salt Bellies
100 sa KR Rio Corroe '
160 bbls. Refined Sugars
loo cases 2 and .3 tb. Fresh Tomatoes
76 cases Fresh Teaches *
loo casen, 1 and 2 lb, Freeh Oysters.
? hz?o?? ?fi M s*
i * sj s * &i y. ? ..'. ^ .
. . *. ? rr?-; -
i M ' 8 ,G-B O 0 I B Y.
GREAT BBB JOTION IV PBICM.
??wm* io ?be ?tang* ia Tar?, we are BOW'
! ' * TEAS, ' "
GEETEBAL ASr308THENT OF GBOCBBIEB,
LOWER THAW NEW YORK COST.
C*U ss a examine prices at tue ECONOMICAL.
SOUSE KEEPERS'. ORO CERT, before purchasing
'KT AB Goods deUrerea free.
- "WILSON'S GSOOIBT,
jsofi Anson and tttalety streets.
^?rvc.' . (?JJ ' - './??? *. V *
i . ' ?- '. ?i ??-. '. :
-pTAYl HAY! HAY!
soo bales Choice BASTERN HAT. landing thu
day exSehooner Frederick Pleb, fromPorttaaa,
Mame, Par aale by ? ? , '
Jan5-1_ J. A ENBLOW A WT
rJIBAS t TEAS! TEAS 1
At greatly reduced prices,
At JOHN HUH KAMP A 00.
QBANGE8 AND PINE AP PL HA
60,000 ORANGES, at s2 per hundred
lio dozen Pineapples.
Landing from the Steamship Rita, from Hava?
na, and lor sale at Ko. 83 Market street, sooth
Bide, opposite Market Halt. _
decs._Mas. 0 D. KENDRICK.
Just received at KJAO WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TORY, No. 310 King street, near Society street, a
large and complete assortment of Lear, Chewing
and Smoking TOBACCO, cigarettes, Snuff, Pipes.
Ac. Havana and D miestlc Cinara imported and
manufactured by WM SCHR?DER, who respect?
fully invites the attention of cae wei a and smokers,
and'traders, wholesale and retail, to a stock folly
comprising every variety of quality and price?,
from the cheapest to the highest grade, which lt
offered at the loweat cash rates. AI orders from
the country wm receive prompt attention aad
?hipped 0.0. D., oral thirty day a' city accept?
g ELLING OFF AT COST ?
On and after THIS DATE the stock of Groceries
contalued tn the Palmetto Pioneer co-operative
Grocery will be offered for sile at retail, at cost
prices, to close the business.
The-Stock cum prises a foll assortment of Cbc lae
Family Groceries, TEAS. WU ES, LIQUORS AND
The Fixture?, Good-will, and unexpired term of
Lease, can be treateJ for at private sale, deega
QLD OA BO LIN A? BITTERS!
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS !
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS !
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS !
OLD CAROLINA HITTERS I
WANT OF APPETIT?!
WANT OF APPETITE I
WANT OF APPETITE J
WANT OF APPETITB!
DRUGGISTS AND GBOCEBrfcl
DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS!
DRUGGISTS AND GROCERSI
DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS!
E V E R Y W H'E B E !
GOODRICH, WINBMAN A 00.
Boote, Shoes, &t._
gOOTS - AND 8HOB8.
li ET THE BEST I
GET THE BEST !
GET THE BEST I
Boy your BOOTS AND SHOES at
No. 41 BROAD ?TREKT.
He makes them to order, in any sty ie desired,
a-ing only the best material and workmanship.
Constantly on hand, a large assortment of e?s
tom made BOOTS AND SHOES, of aU sutes.
Which dlsp'-n-ea with shoe strings and etastla,
MADi; TO ORDER at thia e-tabiiahmeat.
Cal! and examine specimens.
deois-tathssmos No. 41 Broad street.
SHAMPOOING AND HALE CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residen oes promptly and at
reasonable rates. I
Send orders to. ?
w. K. MAn^nar^ Barber?
Broad asna*, next doo? to Telegraph effloe.
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