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j- -Gold at New York yesterday closed at lOJa
-The New Tork cotton market closed weak and
Irregular at 15c; sales 3000 bales.
-Carl Anschutz, the well-known promoter of
classical music In this country, died in New Tork
on Friday, after a protracted illness.
-The social condition of Chicago may be In?
ferred from the fact that one of the papers of that
city had on the 23d Instant only one marriage no?
tice and six divorce notices.
". -The Salute Public says that tho distress at
Lyons has reached a serious extent, owing to the
complete-stagnation of the silk trade and the
severe cold weather.
-Fifty Frenchmen, seized as hostages for the
German merchant captains, arrived at Frankfort
on the nth, and on the following day were sent
on to Bremen. They are composed of counts,
marquises, barons and wealthy commoners from
the district of Dijon.
-Libel suits against newspapers are not pros?
pering. One m Louisville has just resulted ia a
verdict or one cent damages, and another in
Providence in a verdict of six cents. A recent
Bult against an Albany, New Tork, paper ended
in a verdict for the defendants.
-Th? PaU MaU Gazette says: "Information,
which ls believed to be trustworthy, has reached
this count ry that the German Confederation can
eommasci: the services, in case of need, of sixty
thousand seamen, a very large number of whom
are now serving, or have served and have le. .med
their bu^\ness, in the EngUah mercantile marine."
-Captain Travers, of Rochester, N. Y., has
made a wager or twenty-fi-e dollars that he will,
at the distance of thirty-six feet, with a pistol,
shoo; from the top of a wine bottle a cork on
which Is placed a bullet, dropping the bullet int
the bottle and not breaking the bottle. He has
twelve shots, and engages to perform the feat
-The Berlin correspondent of the London Tele?
graph writes: "The empire scheme has found
bnt little sympathy. Those who think lt worth
waUe to say anything at all about the matter re?
gret the to*? of the Kings of Prussia, whose wond?
rous onward progress has been associated with
the name of their bleak, bare, beloved country.
Bit the majority do not trouble themselves about
tho matter." .
-The cultivation of the banana is engaging
considerable, attention la the neighborhood of
Palatka, Florida, and the river counties. Three
years ago a gentlem?n in Orange county set out
nine plants, and ls now reaping the fruits of a
three-acre field, and realizes $125 per month from
the fruit and the young plants that are continual?
ly suckering around the roots of the old plan ts.
The banana fruits in aU seasons, the year round,
and is fertilized by the shedding of its huge leaves.
-The Spectator says the French armies are no w
real armies, commanded by real soldiers, who
know how to ace when they are worsted-are
armies which fight at least as well as Bazatne's at
Gravelotte, and sometimes even better. Under
the discouragement or recent defeat and the moat
depressing weather, they held their own tn the
face of a qui e equal enemy. Their morale la no
. longer dependent on mere good spirits. They
fight like men who trust their general, and who
mean tb fight In bad fortune as well as good.
-The proposed reception In New York of the
Fenian prisoners, who have recently been libe?
rated by the British Government, ls beglnnlug to
assame substantial shape.. The committee of ar?
rangements were unsious to obtain the Academy
of Music, as the largest hall in-the city, but fan?
ing In that,'they will be compelled to fall back on
old Tammany, next door. Invitations have been
sent to General Butler, Senator ?sumner, and
other prominent Congressmen. Some $20,000
have already been raised by private contribution
to defray expenses.
..-The London Times ridicules the new plan for
settling the Alabama claims by private aud irre?
sponsible negotiators. It denies that Lord Clar?
endon or .his successor or the ministry ever prom?
ised to settle directly with the hoi ?era of those
claims, dr gave any encouragement to such a
scheme. Furthermore the Times declares em?
phatic illy that such a s-jheaie has not the least
sanction of legal authority. There can be, lt says,
no valid claim till the International oirenoe is es?
tablished, and that can only be clone as the result
of diplomatic negotiations between the two gov?
-The rooms of the Tweed Poor Association, No.
114 Bast Broad way. New York^were crowded all
day and evening Saturday. At the closing of the
establishment, at ll o'clock, goods had been dis?
tributed as follows : 300 tons or coaL ?co bartels
or Dour, 1500 pounds of codfish, 1600 pairs of
shoes, 50 barrels of beans, 6000 candles, 300 pounds
of soap, 2500 pounds of beer, io,ouo pounds or
sugar, 2500 loaves or bread, and 4000 pounds of
rice. On account of the selling of shoes in the
streets no more are given out for the present.
Many of the aged recipients of the gifts were
hardly able to stagger home with their weU filled
baskets. Over a thousand people applied on Sun?
day evening and received as istance. Such an
array or market baskets was never seen before In
this city In such a limited space. The money value
of the gifts to each person va ri CH from $3 to ti .
-Information has been received at the veteri?
nary department of the privy council, England,
that the cattle plague ls raging In many parts of
Geimany and France, and that, in consequence
of the war on the Continent, all efforts to check
it in the various provinces of Germany appear to
have failed, w iile in France it ls reported to have
accompanied the German army' from the vicinity
of Metz to Paris. Orlers have been issued by the
lords or the connell adding France to the list of
suspected countries, and subjecting sheep and
goats from Germany and France to the same re*
strictions as are imposed upon cattle coming
from those countries; and further requiring that
all such ca'tlc, sheep and goats coming to Lon
den shall be slaughtered at the place of landing,
Instead of being brought to tho metropolitan mar
ket. The Governments of Belglnm and the Neth?
erlands are strictly guarding their frontiers and
seaboard against the introduction of animals
from Germany and France.
-An Important decision of the United States
Court in bankruptcy has been announced from
Boston In the case br the Bo-ton, "dartford and
Erle Hoad. Judge Shepley ruled that railway
corporations are clearly embraced in the terms ot
"business corporations" in thc bankropt law, and
tho concern Involved ls now in bankruptcy, and
its stock down to less tuan two cents on thc dol?
lar. This salties the Tact that all bankrupt and
fraudulently managfd railways are amenab'e to
thc Bankrupt Court of the United States. Some
learned lawyers have been apprehensive that
once lc bankruptcy the roads could never be re?
lieved without Anal and Irretrievable ruin to the
stockholders. But such, lt ls now said, is not the
practicable interpretation of the law any more
than in the case of a receiver and foreclosure un?
der State proceedings, where the stock and bond?
holders having through such receivership rid
themselves of bad management, are permitted to
come together on agreed terms to relieve the pro?
perty or tts difficulties, and to reorganize without
prejudice to any of the interests concerned.
"The Nice of America."
Yesterday justified tho right of thia fair
old city lo the name so happily given her
by Colonel Lathers in his letter to the Board
ofTrada Every trace of winter had disap?
peared. The mild and balmy air seemed
laden with the perfume ol vernal flowers,
stirring the blood in sluggish veins, and
giving to the step of business man and
pleasure seeker a healthy elasticity. Bustling
wharves and quiet streets were lighted up by
the mellow sunshine. Even a decline in
cotton and a tardy trade could not make
the visage dull, or lill the heart with care.
Charleston made good her claim to the new
name, long ago deserved, of the Nice of
There is, lu Charleston, just the variety
which the ballad-writer produced when he
sang that life would be but sultry weather if
we had nothing else but spring. We have a
cold day or two, and a dull day or two, but c -
a winter climate that of Charleston has no
equal upon tho Continent of America. Flori?
da cannot give to tourist or valetudinarian
the joyousness, the genial breezes, the
spring in mid-winter, which make up the
climate of Charleston. And these are not
all our advantages. This city is easily ac?
cessible either by railroad or by a fleet of
luxurious steamships, which ply between
Charleston and New York, Philadelphia and
Baltimore. The telegraph lines connect us
with Europe as well as with every part of
the United States. There is a handsome
theatre. The hotels, in richness of appoint?
ment, dainty variety of fi .re, and judicions
general management, have no superiors
south of the Quaker City. Around Charles?
ton are many historic spots, made famous
during the revolution and the war of the
Confederacy. Lastly, there is a refined so?
ciety and a cordial welcome to every worthy
Without, then, boasting* of the favors
which nature has given us, we may fairly
claim that Charleston is eminently fit to be
the winter-home of the swarming thousands
who flee from the rigors of the North, and
who desire to keep an eye to, business while
their families enjoy the delight of a winter
in the South.
Russia and England.
We find the European journals still cogi?
tating and speculating upon the ability of
Russia to alter the balance in Europe. To
the remark that she is poor and her array
disorganized, it is replied that Russia bas
borrowed thirty-five millions sterling within
the last few years without any difficulty
whatever; that a commission is at this mo?
ment sitting for the purpose of considering
army reform, and that Eussia has laid down
six iron-clads within the last six months.
She is laying down a net-work of railways,
( which, when completed, will be the greatest
system of iron roads in the world. She is
perfecting this system, moreover, by means
of foreign capital, twenty-two millions ster?
ling having been contributed by England,
and thirteen millions by the rest of the con?
tinent of Europe. When next Russia tries
to break down the balance of power, the
rest of Europe will have a very different op?
ponent to deal with from that which mot
France and England in 1855-56. To be a
great maritime power is the dream of her
ambition. Ice-bound in tho north, the Bos
pliorus offers the sole outlet for her egress to
the western seas.
I In the East, there is no fraternity of
civilized nations with whom England can
co-operate in imposing constitutional checks
upon the advance of Ru33iainto the heart of
Asia, or who will join in stopping her.
England, therefore, stands in a different
position in Asia to that which she occupies
in Europe, and a conviction of this dis?
turbs the minds of her rulers. Unaided,
save by such support as she can derive from
the nations of the East, she must meet Rus?
sia alone. Here Englaud suddenly remem?
bers that 6he is not a great military power
will never be, probably. Great Britain will
not furnish a regular army of over 200,000
British bayonets. Indeed, it is doubted ir
ever she can count upon being able to
muster much more than one-fourth of that
number of efficient soldiers upon any foreign
field of battle. lu the Crimea, the English
army jae ver reached 50,000 British soldiers;
In India, the same armies on no field of but?
tle have ever mustered as many as half that
strength. At the outbreak of thc mutiny,
the entire strength of the British army for
the protection of India-a continent as large
as the whole of Europe without Russia
was considerably under 50,000. In Asia,
England eau look for support solely to east?
ern nationalists, or such" a combination of
them as her influence in the East enables
her to command.
NAPOLEON THE LITTLB. By Victor Hugo.
Translated by a clergyman of the Protestant
Episcopal Church from th i sixteenth French
edition. New York: Sheldon & Co. 1870.
Napoleon staked his Em pire on the cast of
a die-and l03t. The prisoner of Wilhelms?
hohe may be buffeted and abused by those
who would not venture a word of reproach
while Napoleon ruled wuh absolute away
forty millions of people. Victor Hugo, how?
ever, ls no time-server. What he Bays now
of the captive monarch he said of the
Prince President, of the Dictator, of the
Emperor. And, although it is too early for
an impartial verdict to be passed upon the
career of him who, fortwo decades, was the
central figure in the politics of Europe, it is
well to review the steps by which he reached
the commanding eminence from which he
fell at Sedan, never to risc again. As an
exact history of the election of Louis Napo?
leon to the Presidency of the Republic, and
of the bloody drama of the coup d'?tat, Na?
poleon the Little is of no small value. M.
Hugo is too indignant to be just. Yet his
splendid declamation, biting sarcasm, poeti?
cal imagery and great power of descrip?
tion give the work a deep interest, and must
cause it to retain a high rank in the politi?
cal literature of France. Many of M. Hu?
go's predictions have been verified with
singular accuracy, and the whole book,
read in the light of recent events, points
a moral which all may understand.
The translator has done his work careful?
ly, but his acquaintance with French seems
to be that which comes of books and not of
men. In many instances the translation is
too literal to be correct. Wo could hardly re?
cognise a Chasseur de Vincennes in a "Vin
"cennes Skirmisher," and le grand cordonot
the Legion of Honor can hardly be spoken
of as "the great cord." Nor is it proper to
change the Place de la Revolution into
"Revolution Square," or the Rue de Jean
Jacques Rousseau, into "Jenn Jacques
'Rousseau Street" There is no such place
or street in Paris. Proper names should
never be translated-a maxim which seems
hard to learn. Some of the translator's
notes are very funny in their simplicity.
Two examples must Bu?flce. On page 34,
M. Hugo says, "Europe laughed from the
"other continent* as she looked at Hayti,
"when she saw this white Soulouque ap
"pear."t The translator gives these notes:
?That ia Europo which had emigrated to
tSoblouqac waa a negro Emperor of Hayti, who
hid treated that Island as Louis Napoleon has
Again, on page 85, M. Hugo says: "The
coup d'?lat goes to mass * * embraces
Catin."* The translator explains the allu?
Throw a kiss to the girls !
The book is well printed, with clear type
upon tinted paper; but the proof-reader was
asleep. It is too bad to split M. Odiilon
Barrot in half, and make of him (p. 37}
Messrs. Odllon, Barrol. And there are
other blunders quite as bad.
For sale at Greer's, in King street.
rjHE AGRICULTURAL SOCI
Will hold Its Seventy-sixth Annual Meeting on
THURSDAY, 12th January next. The Annual Ad?
dress will be delivered by N. R. MIDDLETON, Esq.
On WEDNESDAY, nth Instant, there will bei
meeting at hall-past 4 P. M., when the following
papers will be read for discussion, viz:
Fish Culture, by Prof. JOHN MoCRADT.
How to Farm Profitably, by Dr. A. B. ROSE.
Labor Question, by J. JENKINS MIKELL, Esq.
Improved Implements Adapted to Corn and Cot?
ton Culture, by J. STONEY PORCHER, Esq.
On Tn CBS DAY, 12th, at 4 P. M., election for Offi?
cers will be held,-after which papers, us follows:
Chinese Labor, by Hon. JOHN TOWNSEND.
Commercial Fertilizers, by W. A. CLARKE, Esq.
Improved Implements and Machinery Adapted
to Rico Culture, by Hon. S..W. BARKER.
Ashley Marts, by Fror. F. S. HOLMES.
Very important measures are to bc considered
at these meeting-, and ii ia hoped that the Country
Members will make special effort to be present.
Place of meet in;: announced hereafter.
.JanS-5 ROSWELL T. LOOAN, Secretary.
Apply to W. P. HALL,
Jand-2 Brown A Co.?? Wharves.
jp O R SALE,
BANK STATE SOOTH CAROLINA BILLS (new).
Bank State South Carolina Dills (old).
South Carolina Stock.
Charleston Gaslight Company Stock.
Granltevllle Manufacturing Company Stock.
Atlantic Phosphate Company Stock.
j ir. 4 LOUIS Mc LAIN, No. 31 Broad street.
MACON AND WESTERN RAILROAD STOCK.
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Second Mort?
Farmers' and Exchange Bank Bills.
jan4 No. 31 Broad street.
rp O LOAN,
TWENTY THOUSAND. DOLLARS .on Collaterals.
Jan4 LOUIS McLAIN, No. 31 Broad street
FRUITERERS, LOOK OUT ! ! !-HERE
ls a rare chance for any one: don't miss lt.
That store-No. 339 Kl?g street -known as
KLEIN'S "handsome" FRUIT STORE, Is for sale.
The store ls well supplied with all kinds of FRUIT
and other artloles, and the fixtures and numer?
ous engravings arc very tasteful. 'Also, one very
fine Marble Soda Water Stand, with new fountain,
Morse's patent, In complete order. The' reason
for selling ont ls Mr. KLEIN'S feeble health. Sick?
ness compels him to retire from his usual attend?
HORSES! HORSES!-JUST RECEIV?
ED at Mills House Stables, a lot or fine
HORSES, suitable for saddle and draft. Also, a
lot nf cheap Muirs. jae6-3
FOR SALE O HEAP, LOT HORSES AND
MULIS. Inquire at No. 52 State street.
JUST RECEIVED, ONE HONORED
barrels IRI-H POTATOES, Jackson Whites
aud Peach Blow Goodrich; at $3 per barrel, or 45
cents per peck, ai Fruit stand corner Church
and Market streets, north side. Mrs. S. JACOB.
FOR SALE, THREE VFRY FINE
- MUi.ES, well broken, and In good order.
Apply at CAMERON, PARKLEY lt CO. Jan5-a
FOR SALE, A No. 1 WHEELER &
WILSON'S SEWIN'G MACHINE. In Cabinet
i^asc-cheap. Apply at J. L. LUN?FOR?'S. No. 27
Queen street. novJ3
THE EXERCISES OF MISS GILLI
LAND'S SCHOOL will be resumed on MON?
DAY, 2d or January. Residence No. 21 St. Phillp
street-, two doors south or Publie School. Music
aud French taught on reasonable terms, decao
ENGL [SH AND GERMAN ?UHUUL, No.
82 WENTWORTH STREET.-The exercises of
this Institution embrace all the branches necessary
tor a good English and Commercial education.
The honrs from S to 5 o'clock P. M. are devoted
to German lessons, viz: Grammar, Speaking,
Writing and Reading. Lessons in Drawing and
Moulding every Saturday morning. The Night
School rrora 7 to 9 o'clock, ror exercises or Arith-,
oietic, Reading, Spelling and Writing, and Orna?
mental and Mechanical Drawing lor adults.
The Academy is under my special super in t en .
lenee, with the assistance of Mr. J. MCDONALD,
Hiss J. H. ANGEL, Miss LEONHARDT, Miss J.
Vocal Music by Professor F. BEROKHAN.
0. H. BEUG MANN,
g OU T HERN DYE HOUSE.
Anew FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
at No. 359 King street, where DYEING in all-col?
ors, and Cleaning of all kinds ls done at the
shortest notice and In the beit strie.
I. BILLER, French Dyer,
Nv. ss Ring street, near corner George street.
WANTED.-A YOUNG MAN -OF LIVE
business energy, fair education, and poa*
sassed of $600 cash, can command an Interest in
a good paying business, and assume the position
of Cashier at a fair salary, business well estab?
lished and respectable. Parties who mean busl
ne-s can address Cashier, CEABLESTON NEWS
WANTED, A FIBST CLASS' COOK,
Mate or Female. Only one well recom?
mended need apply at No. 13 Wentworth street.
WANTED. A CAPABLE WHITE GIRL
as Ch.Id's Nurse. None need apply with?
out thc best recommendations. Inquire at Office
of. DAILY NKW3._Jan6-2*
WANTED, A STEADY GERMAN GIRL
to take care of two children and assist
with sewing. None need apply without good ref?
erences. Call at room No. 93, Mills Honse, be?
tween 10 and 2 o'clock. j ano
WANTED, TWO OR THREE TAILOR
ESSES, to work on Coats and Pants. Ap
p:y io No. 153 Calhoun street._Jan6-2?
WANTED, COOK AND WASHER FOR
two persons. Apply at this office, jans
WANTED, A GOOD COTTON PLANT?
ER to rentor work on shares a Plantation
on South Santee. Apply to BEN J. MCINNES, No.
32 Chalmers street._Jans-2
WANTED, A WHITE HOUSEMAID.
Good recommendations required. ' Apply
at No. 47 Hasel street. Jans
TEN EXPERT CIGAR MAKERS CAN
get fine work immediately, at J. MADSEN'S,
.Charleston Cigar Manufactory, No. 103 Meeting
street, opposite Charleston Hotel dec30
mo RENT, THE NEW AND COMMODI
X O?S STORE, Mo. 153 King-street, west side.
Rent moderate. Apply at No. 48 Cannon street.
TO RENT, THE HOUSE AND STORE,
No. 15 King street, with Counter and other
Fixtures. Apply at Ko. 54 Klnir street. Jan4-4*
FOR RENT OR SALE, A BEAUTIFUL
ESTATE in Orangeburg District, situated
on Lyons Creek, titree and a half ralles from the
south Carolina Railroad. The tract contains
-.100 acres, soil rich red clay, adapted to cotton,
corn, wheat, root crops and clover.
A splendid range for cattle; sunny hillsides for
vineyards, and low lands for meadows. Lyons
Crook, a large, never-falling stream runs through
the estate, and furnishes one of the finest water
powers In the State.
A most valuable bron ore has been discovered
recently on the place. -
The estate has on lt all the necessary farm
buildings, negro houses, barnB, stables, gin
? houses and small dwelling. It has been in con?
stant cultivation since the war, and the splendid
growing crop would give entire satisfaction.
It ls offered for rent or sale, oh reasonable
Address Mrs. L. M. KEITT,
Society HUI, Darlington District, S. 0.
Or R. M. MARSHALL A BRO., No. 33 Broad
street, v aug*
AGENTLEMAN AND LADY, ALSO A J
few single gentlemen, can And pleasant
board, In a pr?vale family, in the western part ol
the city, on the Una of the City Railroad. Address
A. Z., P. 0. liol No. 340. _jan6-fm2?
BOARD-FAMILIES AND SINGLE
gentlemen can be pleasantly accommodated
at the corner af Wentworth and Glebe streets.
QT o p a rt n crs!) ip Notices.
TENNENT & HUME, CONVEYANCERS
OF REAL ESTATE.-The undersigned have
this day formed a Special Partnership as CON*
VETANGERS OF RBAL PROPERTY, and wlU
furnish thorough abstracts to all titles they pass
Bach member of the firm will conduct the other
branches of bis business separately, as hereto?
fore. WM. TENNENT,
Attorney and Solicitor.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ASSOCIA?
TED with them in the FACTORAGE AND
COMMISSION BUSINESS, JOHN B. PALMER, of
Columbia, and WM. E. EVERETT, of New York,
and win continue the business in Charleston un?
der the ffrra or W. C. COURTNEY & CO., and in
New York under the Btyle of COURTNEY, EVE?
RETT A CO. W. C. COURTNEY A CO.
WM. M. LAWTON INFORMS HLS
friends and the public that, from this
date, his sons, WINBURN and PHILIP TIUY
M AN. are associated with him in the Commission
and Factorage Business, und>-r the tl rm or
WM. M. LAWTON A SONS,
" No. 3 Boyce's wharf.
January 2,1871. Jan2-6
Dissolutions Sf (Tojiartncrsljip.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
The Copartnership heretofore existing un?
der the name of L. onAPIN A CO., No. 20 Hayna
street, Charleston, S. C., expired by limitation on
November 14. 1870. LEONARD CHAPIN Is au?
thorized to settle the business of tue firm, at the
Carriage and Harness Warehouse, No. 193, south?
west come.- Meeting and Wentworth streets.
Jan4-wfm3_B. W. WARREN.
MR. ALEXANDER CALDER WITH?
DRAWS this day from our ?rm.
Jau2-mwf3_HENRY CORIA A CO.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
The Copartnership heretofore existing
nuder the name or J. R. KEAD ? CO., ls this day
dissolved by mutual consent. The liquidation of
their affairs will bc conducted by J. H. READ.
(Signed) J. R. READ.
C. J. QUISBY.
Charleston. January 17.1871._Jan2
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
The Firm of WILLIS A CUISOLM ia this day
dissolved by mutual consent. The liquidation of
their affairs will be conducted by E. WILLIS. who
will continue the business on his own account.
Charleston, S. C., December 6,1870. dec?
luaicljes, letodrtj, tee.
piNE JEWELRY WATCHES, &c.
THE LATE8T 8TYLES.
Particular attention ls invited to the NEW,
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF WATCHES,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND FANG Y GOODS,
suitable for Presents, jost received and opened
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET. .
All the newest and most exquisite designs in
Jewelry, comprising, g
SETS OF PEARL, GARNET, ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE.
Leontine, Opera, Neck and Vest CHAINS; Seal
Rings, Diamond Rings; Gent's Pins,-Pearl and
Diamond; Plain Gold and Wedding Rings always
on hand or made to order; Sleeve Buttons and
studs, Bracelets, Brooches and Earrings; Armlets
and Necklaces, in Gold and Coral; Brooches for
Hair or Miniatures, Lockets, Channa and Masonic
Pins, Glove Bands, at
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET,
A few doors above Wentworth street.
&ttnspatierst iflaganues, Ut.
What is the Duty of the Hour, D. Wyatt Aiken;
Cotton Oulture In India. BrltNh Commissioner's
Report; Pear Culture, Divid Z. Evaus, of Mary?
land; Best Grasses for the South, Dr CL. Hun?
ter, or North O?rollna; Golden Lily of Japan, H.
A. breer, of Philadelphia: Guava and Dates In
Florida, W. N. Hart, of Flori.!*; Angora Goat in
the r>oath. D. II. Jacques; The Sheep acarus,
Chad. R. Dodge, of Wushington; Tanning, (new
process.) u. K. Panknln; Goethe and Frederica, P.
Also, many other valuable and Interesting
Single copies, 25 cents. Subscription, $2 per
nov29 Charleston, S. C.
A FULL ASSORTMENT just reoelved by
DR. H. BAER,
'nlyS No m Meeting street.
STRICT OBSERVANCE LODGE, No. 75,
A. F. M.-The Regular Monthly Communica?
tion of this Lodge will be holden at Masonic Hall,
THIS HYEM SQ, January 6th, at 7 o'clock punc?
tually. The E. A. Degree wm be conrerred.
Brethren and Candidates will take due and timely
notice and govern themselves accordingly.
By order or the Worshipful Master.
jano CLARENCE WAGNER, Secretary.
MARION LODGE, No. 2.1. O. 0. F.
The Regular Weekly Meeting of this Lodge
will be held Tats EvENiNO.'&t 7 o'clock, at Odd
Fellow's Hall, corner King and Liberty streets.
TheR, W. Grand Lodge wi 1 instad the Officers,
lor ensuing term. ROBERT 0. STARR,
jane_Secretary Marlon Lodge No. 2.
EAGLE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-You are hereby summoned to at?
tend a Regular Monthly Meeting or yuur Com?
pany, at your Hall, on THIS (Frida;) EVENING, otb.
lest., at 7 o'clock. Bv order.
Jane_ARTHUR M. COHEN, Secretary.
MARIONSTEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
PANY.-Attend the Regular Monthly Meet?
ing or your Company, at your Ha I, THIS (Friday)
EVENING, at 7 o'clock. By order.
Jans_GEO. A. CALDER, Secretary.
MEDICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA.-An Extra Meei lng or thu Society
will be held THIS EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clock,
to consider Important qnestlpns In relation to the
Roper Fund. By order.
Jane MANNING SIMONS, M. P., Secretary.
THE LADIES' FUEL SOCIETY WILL
meet at the Depository, Chalmers street, on
SATURDAY, 7th, at 12 o'clock M. By order or the
Wem Publice tiens.
And all descriptions or SCHOOL STATIONERY,
School fPens, Copy Books, and all varieties of
Blank Books, Drawing Papers, Bristol Boards,
Pencils, Drawing Cards and Drawing Books, at
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE, No. 1.
FORSYTH E'S LIFE OF CICERO, 2 vols, in one,
with Illustrations, 3d American Edition, $2 50.
Books and Reading; What Books shall I read and
how io read them; by Porter. $2.
The Bottom of the Sea, by L. iiorrel, (The Wonder
Bronchitis and Kindred Diseases, by Dr. Halt,
Memoirs of the Life and Services of the Rt. Rev.
Alonzo Potter. D. D., LL. D., Bishop of Penn
Bylvanla, by M. A. Dc Wooire Howe. D. D., $8,
Coughs and Colds, or i he Preventive, Cn use and
Core or valions affections of the Throat, Ac,
by Dr. Hall, author of '-Health by Good Liv?
ing," Ac, $150. .
Religio Chemlct. Essays. Bj George Wilson, F.
R. S. T., of Edinburgh, $2. .
Abbeys, Castles and Ancient Halls or England
and Wales; their Legendary Lore and Popu?
lar History, by John Timbs', 2 vols, $3 50.
The Legendary Ballads of England and Scotland,
compiled by J. S. Roberts, $1.
A New Dictionary of Quotations from the Greek,
Latin and Modern Languages, with an exten?
sive index to every important word, $2.
Wonderful Balloon Accents, a History or Balloons,
Ac, from the French or Marlon, $1 50.
The comic History or England, by A. Beckett,
with 29 colored Etchings and 200 Wood Cuts,
The Comic History of Rome, b'/ A. Beckett, Illus?
trated by Leech, $3 76.
The Comic Blackstone, by A. Beckett, with Illus?
trations by Cruikshank, ?$260 and $150.
Mother Goose In a New Dress, $3 75; .Motlier
Goose's Melodies, with notts, music and aa
account or the Goose or Vergoose Family.
$3 75. (These are the great rival editions of
"Dear Old v other Goose,")
History of Engllsi Literature, in a Series or Bio?
graphical Essays, by Collier, LL. 0., $1 75.
The Rudiments ol Colors and Coloring, with the
nature of Figments, Ac, br Field. $2.
Thomas Chalmers, a Biographical Study, by James
Dodeis, $1 76.
From Egypt to Sinai; The Exodus of the Children
of Israel, by Professor Ganasen, $1 75.
Memoirs or the Lire and Writings or Thomas
Chalmers, by his son-lu-k.w, Dr. lianna, 4
vola, $7 60.
Memoir or Wm. Ellery Channing, with Extracts
from Correspondence, Ac, 2 vols, $3 50.
Millar's Almanac for 1871. Interleaved.
DIARIES FOR ?71.
Photograph Albums, Writing Albums, Auto?
graph Albums, our varieties of these beautiful
articles are unsurpassed and cheap.
Writing Desks, Writing Oasjs and Portrollos,
embracing every variety or styles, from $1 up to
Especia] atlentlon has been given to our Juve?
nile Department. Our assortiment ls unusally
large, and great care tins been taken to select
good books for the young or ali ages.
BIBLES AND PRAYER BOOKS.
A large stuck ol English Family and Pocket
Bibles and Episcopal Prayer Books, embracing all
the newest editions and styles of bindings. The
prices of Bibles and Prayer Books have been
greatly reduced. Our stock offers ns Urge a va?
riety as can be hart, and at red aced prices.
N. B. Our Monthly Literary Bulletin will be sent
Free to persons In cue country.
40? Persons residing in the conntry will please
bear In mind that by sending their orders to ue
tor any books published In America, they will be
charged only the price or the book. We pay for
the postage or express.
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King stre?t, (in the Bend,) Charleston, S. C.
Jnn26 _ _.
ILLUSTRATED HOLIDAY GIFT BOOKS.
FLOWERS FROM THE UPPER ALPS, with
Glimpses or their Homes. Euperbly Illustrated
with chromo lithographs, f'lio $12 60.
The Arts in the Middle Ages, ami at the Period
or the Renaissance. By Paul Lacroix. Curator or J
the Imperial Library of the Ar-eua , Parin. Illus?
trated with nineteen chromo-lliliographlc prints,
and upward or four hundred engravings en wood.
i Ecclesiastical Art in Germany during the Middle
Age-". By Professor Ltlbke. Illustrated with one
hundred and elgluy-four engravings, l vol., 8vo.
Specimens of the Drawings of the Ten Masters,
with descriptive letter-press and twenty photo?
graphs, 4to, handsomely bound. $10.
I Songs of Home, with thirty-six illustrations by
! Fenn, Hennessy, Griswold, J?c, and eight auto?
graphs, uniform with ' Songs of Life." "Kath
rina," "Bitter-sweet," Ac, eic th, full gilt. $5.
The Wonders or Engraving. By George Du
[ p'.ea-ia. With thlrty-rour One wood cuts and ten
photograph reproductions In autotype. Illustrative
I or the varions stages or the art or engraving,
from the earliest times.to the iire-seat. $6.
Murvel8 of Glass-Making. By A. sfauzay. With
sixty-seven Illustrations on wood, atul ten auto?
type copies of thc best examples in the South Ken?
sington Museum. $6.
Wonders of Italian Art. By Louis Vlardot. With
ten autotypes and thirty engravings, cloth. $6.
Wonders of Painting, or tte Spanish, French,
English and Flemish Schools. By M. Vlardot.
With numerous antotypc and wood-cat illustra?
tions, cloth, gilt. $6.
The Birth and Childhood or our Lord Jesus
Christ. Meditations selected from the works of j
Augustine, Chrysostom, cosin, Hall, Calvin, Ac,
with twelve photographs afcer Da Vinci, Raffuelle,
Murillo, Guido, Deiaroche, Ary Scheffer, and other
masters, 1 vol., illuminated cloth, extra gilt. $6.
Illustrations ol the Lire or Martin Luther. En?
graved tn line arter original paintings by Labou?
chere, with letter-press. By Rev. Merle D'Aublgnc
Twelve pictures In rollo. $6.
Library or Poe-ry and Song. Being a choice
selection from the best poets, with Introduction
by Wm. Cullen Bryant. Handsomely illustrated,
1 VOL. 8vo. $8.
The Song or the Sower. By Wm. Cullen Bryant.
Illustrated with rorty-twn engravings by thc best
artists. 4to, cloth, gilt. $5.
Rustic Adorntticnrs Tor Homes or Taste, with
nine colored pintes and two hundred and thirty
wood engraving-?, l vol., svo, cloth, gilt. $9.
Miss Kllm msegg and her Precious Leg; A Gobi
en Legend. By Thomas Hood. Illustrated hy
sixty exquisite etchings from drawing* by Thomas
Seccombc, R. A., m cliaracteris.lc cioth binding.
Mot lier noose In her New Dress. A ?eries nr ex?
quisite drawings In tinted ohromos. Bv Miss
Chase, a daughter or the Chief-Justice. Elegant
410.. green and gold. $4 50.
Illustrations to a?ettv 's Faust. Thirteen de?
signs In Silhouette, by Paul Konewk*. The English
text, from Bayard Taylor's tew translation, 1
vol.. 4to. $4.
Mangln-Thc Desert World. Translated from
the French, with additions and emendations. One
very hand-ome vol., royal 8vo., with oue hundred
aaa sixty superb Illustrations. $s.
Mangln-Th? Mystery nfl he Ocean. Translated
from the F .?each, with additions and emendations.
One very handsome vol., r ?yal Bvo.. with one hun?
dred and thirty superb Illustrations $6
Mlchelet-The Bird: Its Hu tory, Habits and
Bielulness. One handsome vo ., royal 8vo., with
two hundred and ten superb il inst rat lons by Giaco?
Figuier-Earth and ''ea. From the French of
Louis Figuier. Illustrated with two hundred and
nf ty engravings. One handsome vol., royal 8vo.
Library or Wonders, illustrated with one thou?
sand beau'1 fui illustration?. The series consists
on Wonders or the Haman Body; The Sublime In
Nature; Intelligence or Animals; Thunder and
Lightning; Bottom or the Sea; Wonders or the
Heavens; Italian Art; Architecture; Glassmaklng;
Lighthouses and Light Bub s; Wonders of Pompeii;
Egypt 3300 Years Ago; The >nn ; Wonders of Heat;
Optical Wonders; SVonders of Acoustics; Wonder
ful Escapes; Bodily .Strength ard Skill; Balloon
Ascents: Great Hunts. The vot?mes may be pu.r
chas?d separately at $1 60.
Etchings by John Leech, containing illustra?
tions of "Jack Brag." "Christopher Tadpole'1 and
"Hector o'Halloran." one vol., rollo. $3.
M?nchhausen-Adventures du Karon de M?nch?
hausen. Traduction nouvelle par Gautier Als.
Illustr?es par Gustave Dore.
Also, a largp and choice colle :tioa ot the newest
Juvenile and Toy Books. declo
? ; Qmnsmtnte.
^OIDE ITT OF MUSIC.
R. J90RSAY OGDEN.Managor and Director.
Last Night, bat One or
FRIDAY ETHNINO, January eth, engagement of
the Charleston German Orchestra for
Selections from the Great Mas'ers will ha made
as follows: The Messiah. The Creation. Sonppe,
Schubert, Ac. Professor SCHLAMTIWIH also m.
traduce selections from his own compositions.
To Conclude with J. P. WOOLER'S Operetta of
THE RING AND THE KEEPER;
In which the SAPPHO will sustain turee charac?
On SATURDAY Grand Day Performance.
Doors open at 12 o'clock, commencing at 1
at bairprices. Jane
?rru ?oobs, Uz.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY AND FANCY
At Greatly Reduced Prices to Suit the Holidays,
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
NOS 244 AND 437 KIMO STREET.
loo Sets of Fine FURS, from $4 to $10, worth $8
100 dozen Yidette Kid Gloves, only $1-quality
guaranteed-our own Importation
60 dozen Conley's Celebrated Seamless Kid
Gloves $176 and $2, each pah- warranted,,
worth In New York $2 60
1,000 dozen other Kid Gloves, at satisfactory
OCt8l_FUROHQOTT, B ENEDICT A CO.
LAN NE L DEPARTMENT.
1 case Fine Opera FLANNEL, 40 cents, worth
1 case Fine Red Flannel, 26 cents, worth 40
1 case All-wool White Flannel, 26 cents, worth
Blankets and other Flannels at very reasona?
too Buggy Blankets, at $5, worth $8.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A 00-,
OCt31 No. 244 Ring street.
J^TNEN, DCMESTIC AND DRESS GOODS
r>oo dozen Linen TOWELS, at $1 per dozen
loo dozen Doylies, at 76 cents per dozen
loo dozen Napkins, at $126 per dozen
1 case Pillow Case* Sbeetiug, at 18 cents per
1 case 3 4 Sheeting, at 37 K cents per yard
1 case 19 4 Sheeting, at 4& ceuts per yard
5 oases 3-4, 7-4 and 44 Shirting, from 8 cents to
20 cents, very ?ow
500 pieces Dress Goods, best selections In the city,
from 20 cents to 50 cents, worth 30 to \6
I case New Irish Poplins, only $1 per yard,
worth $1 so
Colored and Black: Silks at reduced prices
All colors of Velveteens can be bought at a
1 case Boulevard Balmoral Skirts at $160
1 case Arabs, only $3. worth $6.
At FUROHCIOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
oct3l _No. 244 King street.
iQARPETS 1 CARPETS 1 CARPETS 1
MATTING i MATTING 1 MATTING !
OILCLOTHS! OILCLOTHS! OILCLOTHSJ
RUGS! RUGS I RUGS I
We are closing the above Goods, and would ad?
vise buyers to give us an early calL
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT k GO.,
OCtg_No. 244 King street.
^THITE GOODS, CLOTH, NOTIONS,
HOSIERY AND RIBBON
Are foll and well assorted.
Velvet RIBBONS, No. 1?, 40 cents; No. 2, 40
cents; No. 3, 60 cents; No.4, 65 centB; No. 6,75
lt wUl be for the beneOt or Ribbon buyers to give
cs a call, as our stock is the best in the city.
We are the sole importers Of -a great many of
the above goods, and. do sell them at New York
Jobbing prices. '*
F JRCHGOTT, BENEDICT k CO.,
octal No. 244 King street.
For sale a lot or A No. 1 Chincha Uland GUANO,
in store and to arrive. LODI* MoLAIN,
Jan4_No. 31 Broad street.
TOTTAN D 0 FERTILIZER.
Cash-FIFTY DOLL ARS? per ton of 2000 pounds,
Time -FIFTY-FIVE DOLLARS per tm of 2000
pounds, at factory, payable November l, 1811,
without in ter. st. For sale by .
WM. G. DUKE* k CO., General Agents,
No. 1 South Atlantic Wharf,
Jan4-wfmlmoD*c _Charleston. 8. 0.
pACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
This GUANO ls uaw so well known in all the
Southern States for its remarkable effects as an
agency for increasing thc products of labor*, as
not to require especial commendation from us.
Its usc Tor Qve years past has established Its
character for reliable excellence. The large fixed
capital invested by the Company in this trade,
v nords the surest guarantee of the continued ex?
cellence of its Guano. J. N. HOBSON,
Selling Agent, charleston, S. 0.
JOHNS. REESE k CO., General Agents, Balti?
OMPOUND AC I.D
PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
This article ls manufactured by the PACIFIO
GUANO COMPANY, at Charleston, s. C., nnder
the superintendence of Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVE
NEL. Whee composted with an equal weight of
Cotton Seed, its resmts have been found fully
equal to tho best standard f?rtllizers. Its econo?
my must commend lt to the notice of Planters
generally For specific directions for composting,
and for supplies, apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Selling Agent, Charleston, S. C.
JOHNS. REESE k CO., General Agents, Balti?
TLAN1IC PHOSPHATE COMPANY
OF CHARLESTON, S. C.
F. J. PORCHER, F. J. PELZER,
DmKCTOKS.-W. LEI'BY, W. P. HALL, L. D. Ds
SAUtisUItE, B. G. PINCKNEY.
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES are now being
mauufaciured at ?their works ?u Ashley River,
ii nd cr the direction of an experienced and practi?
The Company Intend this to be a first-class fer?
tilizer, and one which can be recommended to
The Company are also prepared t > manufacture
ACID PHOSPHATE for composting with cotton
This preparation is highly recommended by
chemists, as with lt Planters are enabled to make
their own fertilizers.
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE ls Bold at $66 per
ton, cash, or $60 ou time, with Interest at the rate
of one per cent, per month.
Tue ACID PHOSPHATE ls sold at $35 per ton,
cash, or $40 ou time, with Interest at the rate of
one per cent, per month.
pm,ZUR, RODGERS k CO., General Agents,
d?c31-4jnos Brown's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
rL LUNSFOBD, CABINETMAKFR
. and UPHOLSTERER, bcjrs leave to nforra
i he people or Charleston, and or the stat-, that
he is still carrying on lils old busines-, at No. 31
Queen street. He can make or r pair a piece of
Furniture of any description. He alHo manufac?
tures new MATTRESSES and renuvutes old ones.
Cane Chair-bottoms replaced ny an experienced
workman. Oustomew may rely, upon the per?
formance of work in a prompt and faithful man?
ner. Pi ice for reno vi.ii ag a Moss Mattress, large
Mize, $3 50; Hair Mattresses, $4; Cotton or Wool
Mattresses, $5. Persona having ibis work to be
done are assured that the contenta of mattresses
will not be exchanged for cheap or inferior arti?
cles. J. L. LUNSFORD, P. B. H.
(Sroeerie*, Conors, tot.
B A O.O-O! T 0 B A C
. G. FOLLINy
SO. : J 7 4 -EAST, BAT,
(Virginia and North karolina Tobaco" Manafas
Oflera at factory prices to the Trade, a foll Une
of manufactured CHEWING AND SMOKING TO?
An assorted stock or CIGARS, Havana and Do?
mestic Leaf Tobacco, and Smokers' Articles.
QHOICE "NAVY' TOBACCO.
50 caddies Choice "Nary" TOBACCO.
Jost received direct from manufacturers, and
offered at low figures at G. FOL L IN'S
Tobacco Manufacturers Agency,
jan6-1 No. 173 East Bay.
20 bales BAGGING "Borneo."
200 rolla Bagging, "favorite brandad? .
Heavy and of superior quality. For sale by
jan6-l W. B. SMITH A CO., Napier's Ranga.
The attention of of Connoisseur is respectfully
Invited to the following Superior Liquors:
VINE GROWERS CO.'S BRANDIES.
Vintages or 1818, 1821, 1850
JAMES HENNESSEY'S COGNAC.
PURE SHERRY WINES.
AMONTILLADO, THREE GRAPES,
CROWN, STAR AND GARTER, 4
TOPAZ, PALE AND DARKjt
OLD PORT WINES,
OLD MADEIRA WINE
ST. CROIX RUM,
W. S.O. CLUBHOUSE-GDI
The above are selected, with an especial view to
absolute parity and richness of flavor; they aro
classed amongst the finest Liquors that ever
passed an American Customhouse.
CORWINS CELEBRATED BRANDS OF OLD
ALL. AROUND THE WORLD
. FOURTEEN YEAR OLD BOURBON.
The attention or discriminating] Judges la par.
tloularly invited to their merit.
Any of them caa be fm p li ci ty reUednpoh where
a medical stimulant is rs quired, they having been
endorsed by medical men of the highest standing.
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Successor to Wm. S. Corwin A Co.,
decs No. 276 King street
A faU supply Of FRENCH CHAMPAGNES.
AUK) THE CELEBRATED
Urbana and Pleasant Valley CHAMPAGNES,
made after the French ir et nod.
They are rich, fruity and fragrant, and, Ia
every respect, pleasant and palatable. Price per
case $18 and $20. *
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Late W. S. Corwin k Co.,
dec3 No. 275 King street.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Owing to the change in Tariff, we are now
GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF GROCER!SJ,
LOWER THAN NEW YORK OOST.
Call and examine prices at the ECONOMICAL
HOUSEKEEPERS' GROCERY, before purchasing
49" All Goods delivered free. .
jans Anson and Society streets.
rJEAS! TEAS! TEAS!
At greatly reduced prices,
At JOHN H UR KA MP ? CO.
BUTTER, NEW ORLEANS MOLASSE*
150 tubs and firkins Yellow GOSHEN BUTTER
100 bbls. Light New Orleans Molasses
300 boxes Adamantine Caadles
iso bbls Gibson's Whiskies, Cabinet, y***-, XX,
X, and Doable Rectified.
Just .received and for sale low by
STEFFENS, WERNER 4 DUCKER.
QRANGES AND PINEAPPLES.
50,000 ORANGES, at $2 per hundred
110 dozen Pinea J pies.
Landing from the Steamship Rita, from Hava?
na, and for sale at No. 33 Market street, sooth
side, opposite Market Hall.
decs_MRS. 0 D. KENDRICK.
? J ust received at KI VQ WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TORY, No. 310 King street, near Society ?treal, *
laree and complete' assortment of Leaf, Chewing
and Smoking TOBACCO, cigarettes. Snuff, Pipes.
Ac. Havana and D unestic Cigars Imported and
manufactured by WM SCHRuDER, who respect?
fully Invites the attention or chewers and smokers,
and traders, wholesale and retail, to a stock fnJty
comprising every variety or quality and prices,
from the cheapest to the highest grade, w h left fa
offered at the lowest cash rates. Ad orders from
the country will receive prompt attention and
shipped C. O. D., or at thirty days' city sccepV
ance. , deci8-6moa
gfcJLLING OFF AT COST !
On and after THIS DATE the Stock or Groceries
contained tn the Palmetto Pioneer Co-operative
Grocery will be offered for sale at retail, at cost
prices, to close the business.
The stock comprises a fun assortment of Choice
Family Groceries, TEAS, WINES, LIQUORS AND
The Fixtures, Good-will, andnnexolred teri*or
Lease,' can be treated for at private sale. deeil