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NEWS OF THE BAY.
-Gold closed In New York yesterday at 10J.
-Cotton cloied Arm, with a fair demand; up?
lands 15>? cents; sales 1200 bales.
-lu Liverpool, on the 12th, cotton closed quiet,'
uplands "^-" W, Orleans sd ; sales 12,000 bales.
-Doors, Inlaid with Ivory and gilt, are now
considered Indispensable In modern dwellings on
-A crowded public meeting lu favor of Italian
unity was held in New York on Thursday night.
General Dix presided.
-The very latest Idea of ultra-fashlonablc ladles
ls to nave their boots and shoes padded at the
Instep, so as to give to the foot at that point a
high and graceful curve.
-A letter from London, describing one of
Spurgeon's evening prayer meetings, says that
"the evening being wet, there were only fifteen
hundred person? present"
-Dr. Holmes says: "Walking ls a perpetual
Talling, with a perpetual self-recovery. It ls a
most perplex, violent and perilous operation,
which we divest of Its extreme danger only by
continual practice from ? -ery early period of
-Dr. Brewster, well known among Americans
in Paris, died recently at Versailles. He left
Charleston, S. C., for Paris, In 1834, and was there
appointed dentlst'to the" Courts or France and
Russia, from which he received numerous deco?
-Hiram Cranston, who, for thirteen years, was
proprietor of the New York Hotel, will resume
that position oa the first of May next. The Insti?
tution ls to be rejuvenated and improved, so as
to be on a par with all the first-class hotels that
have been erected during tho last five or six 1
. - Further details of the loss of thc Sagaoaw says ;
she was totally wrecked. The crew were on the |
inland with three months' provisions, plenty of
water and birds on the Island. The boat which
left the Island for Honolulu was lost in the surf,
butane of the boat's crew escaped. Thc Saganaw ?
was lost October 19th. There ls little doubt but i
' that the ninety-three persons left on Ocean Island |
will be rescued.
-A New York letter says: "Mr. A T. Stewart
ls soon to throw open for the reception of bis '
friends the stately mansion he has been so long
constructing on Fifth avenue. Some idea of the
splendor of the appointments may be inferred
from the fact that the carpet for the drawing
Toom was made expressly for taat apartment,
In Benin, at a cost ot $27 ooo. It is in a single
piece, and was woven upon a loom constructed 1
expressly for its manufacture." ]
-Mr. Bret Harte, who has worthily taken In
the humorous and very Western poetry of the ?
country the place that was so capitally Ulled In Its (
prose by Artemus Ward, has been permanently
engaged by the Harpers as a contributor for their '
-periodicals. They will soon publish a poem some- '
what different In style from "Truthful James" i
and the "Heathen Chinee"-a little more umbi j
Wons, perhaps, and elevated in tone, yet marke 1
by the Incisive humor that characterizes all Mr.
. -A London baker has bis bill heads printed !
upon paper of three different colors-red, green ;
and white. The object of this ls to avoid giving
instructions to the man who delivers the bread,
nour, Ac, to the customers. To prevent mistakes
when the bill was made out upon a red paper, lt
-denoted "danger," and he was not to leave the
goods without the cash; if en green, lt denoted
"caution," as the ct stomer was doubtful, and the
man was to get the money if he could ; if on
White, it was safe to leave any quantity.
-There is to be a new Democratic paper in 1
Louisville, Ky. It ls to be called the Ledger, and
to be issued dally and weekly. It ls to be owned
by a joint stock company, and based npon a capl
- tal of $60,000. The first number ls to be issued
February 1 proximo, under the business manage?
ment of L. G. Mathews, formerly of the New Al?
bany Ledger. Its ed Hors are to be John Forsyth,
present editor of the Mobile Register; Paul R.
Shipman, formerly of the Louisville Journal, and
Richard Stanton, of Maysvllle. Ky.
-The Raleigh (N. C.) Standard establishment '
owned and edited by Governor Holden, was sold
at auction on Saturday last, under a mortgage, I
and was purchased by W. F. Askew, Esq., Tor ]
$4000. Immediately after the sale, the city sher- ,
iff announced that he wouid scU the same estab?
lishment, the goods and chattels or which were '
then nnder execution to certain parties, and"give 1
a better title that the attorney or the mortgagee I
could. He then proceeded to si ll out the concern <
In detail, realizing not quite $300O. There ls a
lively time now among the rival claimants of the
-An American writes from Paris to the Ciacin '
natl Gazette: "You should see us, the Americans ! I
Such a lot for'military advice and appetite. We \
eat and sleep and advise the military authorities. (
We growl ?ll daylong and aU the evening through,
and when we go to bed we growl in our dreams.
You know those of us who are born In our native '
land are born military and political geniuses, i
War and politics are with ns an Intuition. So you j
should hear us discuss Troohu and Favre and ,
Dncrot, while wa discuss the bolled horse or
stewed cat or roast ass, or frlcaseed cat which
these great men entertain us npou."
-The press or Germany are discussing the siege
?of Paris. A correspondent at Versailles asserts i
that the delay in the bombardment has been cans- r
ed purely by military reasons, and makes some .
curious statements. The way from the terminus
or the railroad station ls crowded with ammuni- 3
Xioa trains. In each wagon, according to Its size r
and the power of tue horses, are from eight to tea
boxes Ulled with t wen ty. rour pound shelis; each
box bolds but two, so that a wagon contains bnt
sixteen or twenty. Assuming that when the
bombardment begins one thousand shots per
minute.wUl be fired, then, lor one minute alone,
fifty wagons will be required to bring the necessa?
ry ammunition. This work would require two
-The fearrul catastrophe on the Mississippi and
Tennessee Railroad, four miles below Memphis, by
which nine persons lost their lives and thirty were
more or less injured, ls fully described in the Mem?
phis Avalanche. The train was running twenty
miles an hour, and part or it had crossed a gully
oh an Iron bridge, when an axle of the baggage
car broke, and the first passenger car, containing
over sixty negroes and three whites, was thrown
down the embankment. The stoves were over?
turned, aud In an I stant the car was in flames.
Tlie shrieks of the poor creatures in this furnace
were dr adful, and, though every exertion was
made, seven of the negroes perished In the flames.
In orteen minutes ihe wood-work or the car was
destroyed, and the burntng bodies exposed to
view. Wm. White, an omnibus agent of Mem?
phis, was rescued, but so badly burned that both
hands had to be amputated, and one eye was
burned from Its socket. The next ca: in the rear,
filled with passengers, was totally wrecked, and
a lad named Davis seriously, ir not ratally, wound
ed. The ladies' car, next in rear, was badly dam?
aged, but no serious Injuries occurred. One col?
ored woman taken to the hospital died soon after
rrom lier burns, and another ls reported likely to
The German Empire ls Peace.
The address of tue Reichstag of the North
German Bund to King William, praying him
to consecrate the work of unification by ac?
cepting the Imperial Crown of Germany,
contains these pregnant phrases:
"The Teutonic Crown on the head of your
Majesty will inaugurate, for there-establish?
ed Empire of the German nation, an era of
powe7\ of peace, of xoell-being, and of liberty,
secured under the protection of tne laws. * * *
United Germany ha3 proved Itself mighty and
victorious in war, under the leadership of Its
supreme commander. The united German Em?
pire Kill be mighty and peace-loving under its
This is, undoubtedly, the desire of the
German people. War, for the sake of war,
they never will countenance.- It is their
hope that the close of the war with France
will be the beginning of a long era of abso?
lute tranquillity. They are not willing to
withdraw their armies to-day, with the cer?
tainty that the work of carnage must be
renewed two years or ten years hence. The
war was begun for self-protection, and it
will be continued until Germany has guaran?
tees that site will be allowed to work out
her own destiny; to develop her own re?
sources; to increase her commerce and ele?
vate still further the mental and moral stand?
ard of her people, without any meddling or
interference on the part of France or any
The provisions of the constitution of the
new German Confederation indicate that an
aggressive policy on the part of Prussia is
not to be feared. That Power agrees that,
henceforth, tho consent of the Council of
the Confederation shall be requisite for a
declaration of war in the name of the Con?
federation, except when an attack is made
upon the territory or coasts of the Confede?
ration. Thereby, the Crown of Prussia has,
in part, given up ita highest prerogative ;
one which it possessed of old, and which by
the North German Constitution it had to ex?
ercise for the Confederation. War, except
for strictly defensive purposes, is not to be
declared except by a vote of the Federal
Couucil; and in time of peace that Council
is to have the control of the foreign ail'airs
of the Confederation. This is meant, and is
accepted, as a check on auy aggressive de?
signs which Prussia might cherish, and
Count Bismarck agrees to it upon the
ground that the Confederation is meant to
je mainly a defensive power. These are tho
securities against such a war as that which
Fruuce declared against Germany; against
any war that would not receive the sanction
of the majority of the Federal Council-that
is, agaiust auy war but one for the defence
and protection of the nation. It is, there
lore, hoped and believed that in Germany,
in very truth, the Empire will be Peace.
A Lesson for Boys.
What can be done by boy3 who are willing
to work in play-time is shown iu an article
printed in a Greenville paper.
Two boys, just large enough to plough,
who were going to school in the City of
greenville, determined to spend their Satur- s
jays in working, instead of idling away their
;ime in sauntering about the streets. They !
went out to their fathers farm, three miles s
From'town, and selected patches of ground,
which the tenants thought too poor to culti?
vate. In the spring of last year, they sowed
some of these little patches in oats, which
grew finely, as the season suited this crop.
Then they hauled several loads of manure ?
and spread over other patches for corn.
They were late in commencing, and had to ,
plant their corn and peas before breaking up I
the ground. But every Saturday they went
out and ploughed all day. The crop was
worked well, and they made thirty bushels ,
of corn, fourteen bushels of peas, which they j
picked themselves, twelve hundred bundles i
of fodder, which they pulled in the hottest 1
weather we ever had, and eighty-four dozeu <
of oats, besides a pretty good crop of water?
melons. The corn at one dollar per bushel
is $30; peas, ut one dollar and fifty cents .
per bushel, is $21; the fodder, at one dollar
and fifty cents per hundred, is $18, and the 1
oats, at 20 cents per dozen, is $16 80, makes ,
the nice little sum of $85 80. The water- '
melons were eaten or given away. They
have not yet sold their corn, peas and fod- 1
1er, but hold on for a better market in the i
jpripg and summer. So much encouraged
were they by their crop, that they sowed aud
sloughed in during the past fall, four bush- ,
?Is of wheat, after manuring their patches \
pretty well with barn-yard manure, scraped
ip and hauled out by themselves. They in
:end to enlarge their corn crop the present
?.ear, and are going to clean up, during the J
winter, sundry brier patches and nooks of t
These two boys, by working one day in
.he week for one year, earned S85 80; and :
ive warrant that they found a spare moment
br healthy recreation. They are made of !
.he right stuff, and will grow up to be thrif?
ty, money-making raen. ?
THE Greenville Enterprise announces that
ts arguments in favor of the re-establish- -
neut of the Usury laws have not been ro- 1
uted by thia paper. When the Enterprise ?j
tates its argument?, we will do our best to l<
elute them. "
The Land Ring Once More.
The substance of the last pronuncianiento
of Senator and ex-Land Commissioner C. P.
Leslie is, that it is useless to ask' the Advi?
sory Board about the op?rations of the Land
Commission, because they have no records
and know nothing about that ugly business;
also, that the present Land Commissioner
cannot tell the horrid tale, because he, like?
wise, is in the dark in regard to the past
transactions of the Land concern. This is
a very cool way of announcing that $700,000
has been spent, and only Mr. Leslie cnn
show where and how the money went. Mr.
Leslie will not tell what he knows unless be
is put on oath, and he is confident of being
able to clear his skirts-a declaration which
is not easily reconciled with the remark of
the same senator that "we (the Radicals)
"are all corrupt." How shocking is it,
moreover, for a Radical senator to say de?
liberately on the floor of the Senate that all
the dishonesty and rascality which disgrace
South Carolina are one of the effects of a
Republican form of government. Folks who
abuse what they call "this wicked world"
are apt to forget that the world would be
good enough if there were no wicked people
in it. _ _ _
A Financial View of the War.
A leading banker of Germany writes to his
correspondent in New York, under date of
December 20, as follows: .
"There seems to be no end yet to this Prus?
sian-French war, although the Germans begin
to get tired; but when it ls over I think there
will be a very large emigration of Germans to
"In Europe money is very abundant now,
because business in general is at an entire
stand-still, and moneyed men do not want to
Invest their money; but when the war ls over
there will be such a demand for money that
the rate of discount will go considerably high?
er. France, Germany, Italy, Turkey, Russia,
and even Spain, all want money, and if Prus?
sia, while victorious, had to give a five per
cent, loan at 92*, what will others have to do ?
"The chances for America to sell a four per
cent, loan at par, if ever there were any,
(which I doubt,) are over. Should, however,
the war with France last four or five months
yet, I think revolution will come In Europe; In
such a case the capltal of Europe will all fly to
America, and there will be a chance to Issue a
loan at a low rate of Interest. When such a
time does come, and I tell you confidently I
nm afraid it will come, then will be your coun?
try's financial opportunity."
TUE Orangeburg News handles without
gloves the proposal to re-establish the old
Usury laws of the State. It holds that to
do so would effectually injure and cripple
Hie commerce of the State; that it would
depreciate and ruin the credit of the farmer;
that it would debar our merchants from
making advances to the poor aad dependent;
that it would not only deter capital from
flowing into the State, but would frighten
away the little that now lingers here. The
News is kiud enough to say in conclusion
" THE CHARLESTON NETTS has nobly fought
" and championed this subject, briuging as
V it did invincible arguments against the
" system. May it, in its earnest solicitude
" for the welfare of our people, reap the re
" ward of its labors, and have cause ere
" long to rejoice with us at the re-explosion
"of so retrogressive an idea."
THE Union Times, under the management
)f Mr. IL M. Stokes, is rapidly strengthea
ng its hold upon public favor. The paper
s well arranged and well printed, and wor?
ldly represents the temper and spirit of the
WANTED, A GOOD WATTTNGMAN.
Recommendations required. Apply at
he Hardware Store, comer of King and Market
?fcmcTj ?ooos, &t.
jy? A S Q U E R A DIE SUITS,
REPRESENTING BEARS. MONKEYS, FROGS,
CLOWNS, CHINESE, T?RKS, PRINCES, &C.
I beg to Inform Masqueraders that I have just
.ecclved a larsc consignment of thc above men
toned GOODS, but as they can be offered for sale
br only a few days, parties Interested will please
;allatonceand make their selections.
FANCY COSTUMES, Black and Colored Domino
Suits for hire ut reasonable rates.
I have also opened a complete assortment of
iiASKS, Wigs, Whiskers, Moustachues, Gold and
illver Lace, Card, Stars, Spangles, Gold and Silver
310th, Diamond Dust, io., Ac.
F. VON S ANTEN,
No. 229 King, next door to Academy of Music.
Jg ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Sos. 565 and 567 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Call attention of those about purchasing HOLI?
DAY PRESENTS to i heir unequalled Stock, com?
prising everything In
SILVER, JEWELRY AND FANCY GGODS.
It will be much to the advantage of those living
it a distanc e .rom the city to send their ora. rs.
is special attention will he given lu the selection
>y one of the arm personally. And In case the
roods furnished are not satisfactory in everv re
jpect, they can be exchanged.
Goods sent C. O. I). Packages allowed to be
jpened and selections made. janl8-lyr
SD is solutions of Oopcirtnerstnj).
DISSOLUTION.-THE FIRM OF NORTH,
STEELE St WARDELL have dissolved, to
Mkc ?. Ifect from the ia Instant. C. C NORTH.
)f New York, retires, and JO'IN B. STEELE and
A. W. WARDELL. Jr., continue 'he business un?
ter the name of STEELE A WARDELL.
THE COPARTNERSHIP OF WAGONER
St MUIIDAUGII c ases from this date. Both
purtles will assM iu settlements till closed.
January 12, 1871.
The undersigned have assnciated themselves
Hider the aryle o? MURDAUGH St MATTHEWS,
md will nndoet a KAUTORAGE AND COMMIS?
SION BUSINESS. J. P. MURDAUGH,
Jan 12-3?_C. G. Al ATI'HU WS.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
The Copartnership heretofore existing
Hider the name of J. R. READ St CO., ts this day
llsgolved l>y mutual consent. The liquidation of
?icu- affairs will bc conducted by J. ft. READ.
(Signed) j. R. READ.
C. J. QUINBY.
Charleston, January 17,1871. Jan2
BOARD-FAMILIES AND SINGLE
gentlemen can bc pleasantly accommodated
it the corner of Wentworth aud Glebe streets.
REMOVAL.-FOR THE BETTER AC?
COMMODATION of onr customers; we
ave removed our Wholesale Liquor Department
> No. 26 Bast Bay, corner Fraser's Wnarf, where
re will bc happy to see our friends.
jan'J BYRNE St FOGARTY.
tast ana Satino.
LOST, A PARCEL CONTAINING SEW?
ING Silk, Ac. If left at No. 19 Legare
street, a reward of two dollars will be giren.
STRAYED OR STOLEN FROM OFFICE
of the Southern Express Company, a Liver
Colored and White Pointer PCP, about three
months old. A liberal reward will be paid for re?
covery of same. janl3
LOST, THIS MORNING, A PACKAGE
ofSHIi' PAPERS, belonging to the Bark
Scott. A suitable reward will ne paid if left at
this ofllce. D. JENNINGS, No. li Broad street,
TO BE RENTED FOR ONE OR TWC
years-SOUTH CHACHAN PLANTATION,
on western branch of Cooper River, containing
about 250 acres rice land and large bodies of |
cleared and superior high laud, suitable for cotton
or provisions. Is has been successfully cultivated
during the past year and previously. J. DRAY
TON FORD. No. 33 Broad street._Janl4-2
TO RENT, A BRICK DWELLING No.
9 Wall street, containing six square rooms,
p.HHtrv, dressing-room, gas, Ac, all In good order.
Also, fine cistern and well of water. For terms,
apply to WM. H. DAWSON, Real Estate Agent,
No. 65 Broad Btreet._Janl3-3
EOOMS TO RENT.-TWO COMFORT?
ABLE ROOMS, with fire places.at No. 12 Glebe
street, to single persons, or family without chil?
TO RENT. THE HOUSE AND STORE,
No. 15 King street, with Gouuter and other
Fixtures. Apply at No. 54 King street. jan9 6?
FOR RENT OR SALE, A BEAUTIFUL
ESTATE m Orangeburg District, Hltuated
on Lvons Creek, three and a half miles from the
south Carolina Railroad. The tract contains
^500 acres, soil .rich red clay, adapted to cotton,
corn, wheat, robt crops and clover.
A splendid range for cattle; sunny hillsides for
vineyards, and low lands for meadows. Lyons
Creek, a large, never-falling stream runs through
the estate, and furnishes one of the finest water
powers in the State.
A most valuable Iron ore has been discovered
recently on the place.
The estate has on lt all the necessary farm
buildings, negro houses, barns, 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, on reasonable
AddreBS Mrs. L M. KEITT,
Society Hill, Darlington District, S. C.
Or TL M. MARSHALL & BRO., No. 33 Broad
FOR SALE, A No. 1 WHEELER ?
WILSON'S SEWING MACHINE, in Cabinet
Case-cheap. Apply at J. L. LUNSFORD'S. No. 27
Queen street nov23
J^" ASONIC FEMALE COLLEGE,
COKESBURY, S. C.
The exercises of this College will be resumed
on MONDAY. February 8,1871.
The Board of Trustees take pleasure in stating
ttiat the President is a teacher of rare ability aud
of many years' experience. He will be supported
by un able Faculty.
Good Board $io per month. Other expenses in
proportion to the above.
For further information, address
Jan9-fl _F. F. GARY. Secretary.
HIGH SCHOOL, ANDERSON COURT?
HOUSE, S. C.-W. J. LIGON. PRINCIPAL.
The first Term of fourteen weeks commences
Jannarv 16,1S71. Tuition from $7 to $13 33? per
term. Board in family of the Principal (washing
and llihts excepted) at $12 per month, payable
monthly, for further particulars apply to the
ENGLISH AND GERMAN SCHOOL, No.
82 WENTWORTH STREET.-The exercises of
thlslnstitutlon embrace all the branches necessary
for a good English and Commercial education.
The hours from 3 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 from 7 to 9 o'clock, for exercises of Arith?
metic, Reading, Spelling and Writing, and Orna?
mental and Mechanical Drawing for adults.
The Academy is under my special superinten?
dence, with the assistance of Mr. J. MCDONALD,
Miss J. H. ANGEL, Miss LEONUARDT, Miss J.
Vocal Music by Professor F. BEKCKHAN.
C. H. BERGMANN,
?nntbcr, SncU Ut.
No. 94 CIIURUn STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
TIN \ .
SAND, Ac, Ac, Ac.
A substitute for Laths and Plaster, at less than
one half thc cost.
COO boxes best I. C. Charcoal TIN
100 bbls. Empire Mills Fluster.
E. M. QRIMKE.
S3* Post?nico Box 374._Janl5
LUMBER, AT WHOLESALE AND RE?
ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND QUALITY.
A full stock of WHITE PINE, from ?? to 12 inches
thick, clear and wwi seasoned.
Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry.**Blrch, Oak. Ash,
Poplar Hoards and Planks, Rosewood, Walnut
and Mahogany Veneers. Newels, Bausters, all
kinds of Moulding, Sashes, Blinds, Doors, Ac.
Thc attention of builders aud others ls especial?
ly requested, that wc are prepared to furnish the
above in any quantities wit h such prices that
compare favorably with New York rates.
I. H. HALL & CO.,
Corner East Bay and Market streets.
JOHN MARSHALL, JR.,
NAVAL STORES, COTTON, LUMBER AND RICE.
Charleston, S. C.
Just received at KI*G WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TORY, Nu. aio King street, near Society street, a
lame and complete assortment of Lear. Chewing
and Smoking TOBACCO, Cigarettes, Snuff, Pipes,
Ac. Havana aud Domestic Cigars imported and
manufactured by WM SCHRODER, who respect?
fully Invites the attentiou or chewers and smokers,
and traders, wholesale and retail, to a stock Tully
comprising every variety or quullty and prices,
from the cheapest to the highest grade, which ls
offered ar. the lowest cash rates. Ad orders from
thc country will receive prompt attention and
shipped C. O. D., or at thirty days' city accept
JL. LU NS KO RD, CABINET-MAKER
. and UPHnLSTERKR, heirs leave to nfnrra
thc people ol Charleston, and of thc Stat)-, that
he is still carrying on his old busiuess, at No. 31
Queen street. He can make or r pair a piece of
Furniture or any description. He also manufac?
tures new MATTRESSES and renovates old ones.
Cane Chair-bottoms replaced by an experienced
workman. Customeis may rely upon the per?
formance of work in a prompt and faithful man?
ner. Pi ice for renovating a Moss Mattreas, lanre
size, $3 50; Hair Mattresses, $4; Cotton or Wool
Mattresses. $5. Persons having this work to be
done are assured that thc contents of maltresses
will not be exchanged for cheap or inferior arti?
cles. J. L. L?NSFORD, P. B. H.
rpHE GREENVILLE ENTERPRISE
AND HAS THE
MOST EXTENSIVE CIRCULATION,
OP ANY PAPER PUBLISHED IN
THE CITY OF GREENVILLE. ,
Contract Advertising Low.
Circulates also tn Anderson, Picketts, Spartan
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ASEGULAR MEETING OF DAN
LODGE, No. 93, L O. B. B., will be held at
ihe usual time and place, and a Special Meeting
for the conferring of the Third Degree on the
same evening at G o'clock. By order of the Presi?
dent. P. W1NEMAN, Secretary.
2L?TNA STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
JJh PANT.-The Regular Monthly Meeting of j
your Company will he held at the Company Hall,
Queen street, THIS EVENING, 14th instant, at half
past 7 o'clock.
By order. J. McLEISH, Sec.-etarr.
RELIEF LOAN ASSOCIATION.-THE
Regular Monthly Meeting of the Association
will be held THIS EVESINO at Masonic Hall, at
half-past 7 o'clock. Arrears received during the
day at No. 130 Meeting street, and at the meering.
WM. B. STEEDMAN,
janU_Secretary and Treasurer.
IO. O. F.-R. W. GRAND LODGE OF
. SOCTH CAROLINA.-The Annual Commu?
nication of the R. w. Grand Lodge of South Caro
Una will bc held n the City of Columbia, at Ma?
sonic Hall, on WEDNESDAY", January 18,1871, com
mcrc'ng at 9 o'clock A. M. A general attendance
of the members Is requested, as business of Impor?
tance will be transacted.
By order or thc M. W. G. M.
BIBLE SOCIETY OF CHARLESTON
The Annual Meeting of the Bible Society of
Charleston will be held at the Charlestou College
on next MONDAY,.l6th Instant, at 5 o'clock P. M.,
when an election or officers will be held and the
Annual Report of thc Board be presented.
Jaal3-3 J. N. ROBSON, Secretary.
And all descriptions Of SCHOOL STATIONERY,
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Blank Books, Drawing Papers, Bristol Boards,
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NEW CATALOGUE, No. 1.
FORSYTHE'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 to read them; by Porter, $2.
The Bottom or thc Sea, by L. Sorrel, (The Wonder
Library.) $1 50.
Bronchitis and Kindred Diseases, by Dr. Hall,
Memoirs of the Life and Services of the Rt. Rev.
Alonzo Potter. D. 1)., LL. D., Bishop of Penn?
sylvania, by M. A. De Woolie Howe. D. D., $3.
Coughs and Colds, or the Preventive, Cause and
Cure of various affections of the Throat, Ac,
by Dr. Hall, author of '-Health by Good Liv
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Religio Chemlcl. Essays. By George Wilson, F.
R. S. T., of Edinburgh, $2.
Abbeys, Castles and Ancient Halls of England
and Wales; their Legendary Lore and Popu?
lar History, by John Timbs, 2 vols, $3 50.
Tile Legendary Ballads of England and Scotland,
compiled by J. S. Roberts, Si.
A New Dictionary of Quotations from the Greek.
Latin and Modern Languages, with an exten?
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Wonderful Balloon Accents, a History or Balloons,
Ac, from the French or Marion, $1 50.
Thc Comic History of England, by A. Beckett,
with 20 colored Etchings and 200 Wood Cuts,
The Comic History of Rome, by A. Beckett, Illus?
trated by Leech, $3 76.
The Comic Blacksrone, by A. Beckett, with Illus
trailons by Cruikshanks. $260 and $150.
Bother Goose in a New Dress, $3 75; Mother
Goose's Melodies, with notes, music and an
account of the Goose or Vergoose Family.
$3 75. (These are the great rival editions of
"Dear Old ??other Goose.")
History or English Literature, In a Series or Bio?
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The Rudiments or Col rs and Coloring, with the
nature or Figments, Ac, by Field, $2.
Thomas chalmers, a Biographical Study, by James
Dodels, $1 75.
From Egypt to Sinai; The Exodus or the Children
of Israel, by Professor Uaussen, $1 75.
Memoirs of the Life and Writings or Thomas
Chalmers, by lils son-in-law, Dr. Hanna, 4
vols., $7 50.
Memoir or Wm. Ellery Channing, with Extracts
from Correspondence, Ac, 2 vols, $3 60.
Millar's Aim mac ror 1871. Interleaved.
DIARIES FOR 1871.
Photograph Albums, Writing Albums, Auto?
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Writing Desks. Wrlt'ug Cases and Portfolios,
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Especial attention has been given to our Juve?
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lame, and great care bas been taken to select
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BIBLES AND PRAYER BOOKS.
A large stock of English. Family and Pocket
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the newest editions ami styles of bindings. The
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riety as can be had, and at reduced prices.
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oar Persons residing in the conntry will please
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for auy books published In America, they will be
charged only the price of the book. We pay for
the postage or express.
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street, (tn the Bend,) Charleston, S. O.
ILLUSTRATED nOLTDAY GIFT BOOKS.
FLOWERS FROM THE UPPER ALPS, with
Glimpses of their Homes, superhly Illustrated
with chromo lithographs, folio. $12 60.
The Arts In tlie Mindle Ages, and at the Period
of the Renaissance. By Paul Lacroix, Curator of
the Imperial Library of the Arsenal, Paris. Illus
tra ted with nineteen chromo-llthographlc prints,
and upward or four hundred engravings on wood.
Ecclesiastical Art In Germany during the Middle
Agej. By Profes?or LUbke. Illustrated with one
hundred and elghiy-rour engravings, l vol., 8vo.
Specimens of the Drawings of the Ten Masters,
with descriptive lerter-press and twenty photo?
graphs, 4tn, handsomely bound. $10.
Songs ot Home, with thirty-six Illustrations by
Fenn, Hennessy, Griswold, Ac, and eight auto
graphs, uniform with ' Songs of Lire." "Kath
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The Wonders of Engraving. By George Dn
plesfls. With thirty-four Une wood curs and ten
photograph reproductions in autotype, illustrative
ot tlie varions stages of the art of engraving,
from the earliest times to the present.' $6.
Marvels or fi lass-Making. By A. Sauz ay. With
sixty-seven illustrations on wood, and ten auto?
type copies of the boat examples lu the South Ken?
sington Museum. $6.
Wonders of Italian Art. By Louts Vlardot. with
ten antotypes and thirty engravings, cloth. $8.
Wonders of Painting. Of the Spanish, French,
English and Flemish Schools. By M. Vlardot.
With numerous antotvpe and wood-cut Illustra?
tions, cloth, gilt. $6.
The Birth and childhood of our Lord Jesus
Christ. Meditations selected from the works or
Augustine, Chrysostom, Cosin, Hall, Calvin, Ac,
wit h twelve photographs arter Da Vinci, Raffaelle,
Murillo, Guido, Deiaroche, Ary Schefler, and other
masters, l vol., illuminated cloth, extra gilt. $6.
Illustrations of thc Life or Martin Luther. En?
graved in line after original paintings by Labou?
chere, wirti lettcr-prcBs. By Rev. Merle D'Aublgne.
Twelve pictures in folio. $8.
Library of Poetry and Song. Being a choice
selection from the best poets, with Introduction
by Wm. Cullen Bryant. Handsomely Illustrated,
1 vol., 8vo. $6.
The Song of thc Sower. By Wm. Cullen Bryant.
Illustrated with forly-two engravings by tho best
at fN's, 4tO, Cloth, gilt. $5.
Rustic Adornments for Homes of Taste, with
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Miss Kllmansegg and her Precious Leg; A Gold?
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sixty exquisite etchings from drawings by Thomas
Seccomlie, R. A., in characteristic cloth binding.
$7 .0. ?
Mother Goose In her New Dress. A series of ex?
quisite drawings in tinted chromos. By Miss
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. Illustrations to Goethe's Faust. Thirteen de?
signs lu Silhouette, by Paul Konewka, The English
text rrom Bayard Taylor's new translation, 1
vol.. 4ro. $4.
Mangln-The Desert World. Translated rrom
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Mangln-The Mystery or the Ocean. Translated
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dred and thirty superb illustrations. $0.
Mlchelet-The Bird: Its History, Habits and
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two hundred and ten superb Illustrations by Giaco?
Figuier-Earth and Pea. From the French of
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arty engravings. One handsome vol., royal Svo.
Library of Wonders, Illustrated with one thou?
sand be?u'lful Illustrations. The series consists
of: Wonders of the Human Body; The Sublime In
Nature; Intelligence of Animals; Thunder and
Lightning; Bottom of the Sea; Wonders of the
Heavens; Italian Art; Architecture; Glas6maklng;
Lighthouses and Lightships; Wonders of Pompeii;
Egypt 3300 Years Ago; The Sun; Wonders or Heat;
Optical Wouders; Wonders of Acoustics; Wonder?
ful Escapes; Bodily Strength ard Skill; Balloon
Ascents; Great Hunts. The volumes may be pur?
chased separately at $150.
Etchings by John Leech, containing illustra?
tions of "Jack Brag," "Christopher Tadpole" and
"Hector n'Ualloran," one vol., folio. $3.
M?nchhausen-Adventures du Baron de M?nch?
hausen. Traduction nouvelle par Gautier His.
Illustr?es par Gustave Dore.
Also, a large and choice collection of thc newest
Iuvenile and Toy Books. decl9
GA DEMY OF MUSIC
JAMES A. OATES.LEJSEE AND MANAGER.
TRACT W. TITOS.BCSINES3 MANAGER.
RETURN OF CHARLESTON'S FAVORITES,
FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY MOST POSITIVELY,
Tne Brilliant and Fascinating - -
MRS. JAMES A. OATES
And lier Famous
COMIC OPERA COMPANY.
The most pupular, successful and only organiza?
tion of Hie kind In America, wno wi l appear dar?
ing their limited season of Six Nights and One
Mutlnee in a succession of pieces which have
lately proved such great successes in the hands of
this Company for five months at the Olympic
Theatre, New York; three months at the Chestnut
Street Theatre, Philadelphia, and one month ar,
the Howard Athenaeum, Boston, where they
created a genuine fnrore.and were pronounced by
the entire Press or the three cities to be the
BR>T BURLESQUE AND COMIC OPERA COUPANT IN
MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 16,1871,
will be presented, for thc first time in Charleston,
Offenbach's latest and one of his most pleasing
works, entitled a
PRIMA DONNA OF A NIGHT;
OL, MON8 CHONFLEURI AT HOME.
Mrs. OATES as Ernestine.
The Performance to commence with a FAVOR?
Between tbe pieces, the Great O'REARDON and
his Wonderful Musical Invention, the
Admission $i: Family Circle to cents; Gallery
25 cents; Reserved Seats 25 cents extra.
Sale of Seats commences FRIDAY MORNING, for
any Night, at Holmes's Book House, King street,
corner Wentworth. Janl3
QNE HUNDRED AND FIFTH ANNI?
VERSARY OF THE
GERMAN FRIENDLY SOCIETY.
The One Hundred and Fifth Anniversary of the
German Friendly Society will be celebrated on
WEDNESDAY, January 18, at the Hall of the Freund
schaftsbund, corner Meeting and George streets.
The Members will assemble at that place, at 12
o'clock M., for the transaction or business.
A Poll for the Election of Officers for the ensuing
year wlU be opened at l o'clock, and closed at 3
A COLLATION, suitable to the occasion, will be
prepared and placed on the table at 1 o'clock.
Janl4 JOHN A. BLUM, Secretary.
?rowties, liquors, tee.
gRANDY, .WHISKEY, ALE, &C. '
JUST RECEIVED-An assortment of fine IM?
PORTED AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
BRANDIES-".'Iennessey's" Pale and Dark, and
WHISKIES-Irish and Scotch. "Old Log Cabin,"
Rum, Gin, Porter, and Hart's Bitters.
Smith's celebrated Philadelphia Ale always on
Oysters served at all hours at
Jf.n7-stuth6*_No. 104 Market street.
JjlLOUR, SIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS,
PORK, COFFEE, SUGAR, Ac.
JEFFORDS & CO.,
Nos. 17 and 19 VENDUE RANGE, OFFER AT
LOWEST MARKET RATES:
500 bbls. Fresh Ground FLOUR
2S hhds. Choice r ar Rib Sides
20 hhds. Prime Smoked Shoulders
10 tierces Choice S. C. Hams
io tierces Pure Lear Lard
25 bbls. Heavy city Mess Pork
20.000 pounds Prime Dry Salt Sides
10,000 pounds Dry Salt Bellies
100 sacks Rio Coffee
150 bbls. Refined Sugars
loo cases 2 and 3 lb. Fresh Tomatoes
75 cases Fresh Peaches
.loo cases, 1 and 2 tb, Fresh Oysters.
JJ & H. W CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE PUKE OLD
In order to facilitate the supply of our PURE
OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHISKIES to our
former numerous customers ac the South, we
have appointed Messrs. H. GERD S & CO. our
Agents, who, by this arrangement, aro enabled to
supply the trade at prices which will insure satis?
faction. H. A H. \V. CATHERWOOD.
The subscribers take pleasure to Inform their
customers asd the trade generally that they have
still a few barrels of the Messrs. CATHERWOOD'S
FINE OLD MONONGAHELA WHISKIES on hand,
which has had the benefit of 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. 195 East Bay.
HEAP AS THE CHEAPEST!
GOOD AS THE BEST I
Is the universal verdict pronounced upon
OST EN ? 0 R F F ' S PRIZE GROCERIES
N. B.-All goods delivered free of charge.
PRIZES ! PRIZES ! PRIZES !
Not brass jewelry either, glveu with alt sales of
one dollar, at
OSTENDORFF'S PRIZE GROCERY,
Northeast corner of Rutledge avenue and Cannon
TTANNIS'3 ACME RYE WHISKIES.
Messrs. H. S. HANNIS & CO., of Philadelphia,
ever intent to improve on tho qualities of their
WHISKIES, can lay claim to producing some of
thc choicest In the country, and having rendered
the prices such as to to make them available for
every class of trade and for general use, offer the
celebrated Acme brands or CABINET, NECTAR,
XXXX, XXX, XX and X, through us, as their Bole
agents for this city and the State or South Caro?
lina, at the most advantageous prices and terms.
OLACIUS A WITTE, No. 130 East Bay.
50 BARRELS AND 25 HALF BARRELS OF THE
ABOVE ON HAND NOW.
E N R Y COBIA ? CO.,
No. 26 VENDUE RANGE,
OFFER FOR SALE, AT LOWEST MARKET
10 hhds. Oocd SHOULDERS
20 hhds. Choice C. R. Sides
6 hhds. choice Smoked Breasts
5 hhds. Choice Rib Sides
25 boxes Long, Clear and C. R. Dry-Salted
10 boxes Dry-Salted Shou'ders .
25 barrels Choice Demerara Sugar
- bags Prime Kio and Java Coffee.
SALT, Cheese, Soaps. Ac. . Janl2-ths2
QENU1NE SEED POTATOES.
850 barrels in store-GARNETT AND CHILIES
FISK EYES, and other choice Seeds.
For sale by JNO. F. O'NEILL,
janl2-thstu6 No. 1G7 Eu!:t Bay.
pERUV I AN~lfUAN O
Fer sale a lot of A No. 1 Chincha Island GUANO,
in store and to arrive. LOUIS Mc LAIN',
jan* No. 31 Broad street.
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY
OF CHARLESTON, S. C.
F. J. PORCHER, F. J. PELZER,
DIRECTORS.-W. LE H BY, W. p. HALL, L. D. DB
SAUSSURE, B. G. P1NCKNEY.
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES are now being
manufactured at their works on Ashley River,
under 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 to manufacture
ACID PHOSPHATE for composting with cotton
This preparation ls highly recommended by
chemists, as with lt Planters are enabled to make
their own fertilizers.
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE is sold at $55 per
ton, cash, or $60 on time, with Interest at the rate
of one per cent, per month.
Tbe ACID PHOSPHATE is sold at $3? per ton,
cash, or $40 ou time, with interest at the rate of
one per cent, per month.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
dec3l-4mos Brown's Wharf, Charleston, s. C.
JJR. BING'S PILE REMEDY.
For sale by nu.H. BABB,
(groemos, Ciqgcrrgf &t.
I-L-S-O-N'-S G SOCESI.
If you want good BUTTER, at 30c. a pound,
Go to WILSON'S.
ir you want Table Butter, at 40c. a pound,
Go to WILSON'S.
If you want tte Beat Butter, at 45c,
Go to WILSON'S.
ir you want Coffee, at 17c. a ponnd,
* Go to WILSON'S.
If you want Sugar, io pound* for a dollar,
Go to WILSON'S.
If you want Light Brown sugar, 8 pounds fdr a
Go to WILSON'S.
If yon want the Best Lard, 6x lbs. for one douar,
GO to WILSON'S.
If yon want Fresa Soda Crackers, ?oc. a pound,
GO to WILSON'S.
If yon want a Sugar-cured Pig Ham, at 19c. a
Go to WILSON'S.
If you want Sugar-cured Pig Shoulders, at 12 j?o.
Go to WILSON'S.
If you want 2 lb. can Tomatoes, $i 90 per dozen,
Go to WILSON'S.
If, yon want anything In the Grocery Une rea-,
Go to WILSON'S,
And avoid large rente, which causes large profits.
ey- ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE. "Sa
JT O T I 0 E.
Messrs. STEFFEN'S, WERNER A DUCKER have
transferred the agency of the celebrated BEVER?
IDGE ALE to the undersigned, who ls prepared to
furnish Rat $10 per barrel and $5 50 per half
barrel. M. TRIEBT,
Southeast corner Meeting and Hasel streets.
Slat?) for Orders at STEFFENS, WERNER*
DUCKER. . A
KL EIN KR'S WORLD-RENOWNED CINCINNATI
LAGER always on hand._Janl4-stnth3
?JHOICE SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
60 tierces HAMS, approved brands-Davis's Dia?
mond, Duffield and Beargrass.
Lending and Tor sale, at reduced prices, by
janl3-2 East Bay.
1700 sacks Liverpool SALT. Landing from Ship
Muscongus. For sale by
janl3 T. J. KERR A CO.
HOULDERS, SIDES, HAMS, ?fee.
10 tihds. Choice Bacon SHOULDERS
15 boxes D. S. C. R. Sides
ia boxes D. S. L. C. Sides
16 boxes D. S. Bulk Shoulders
13 boxes S. C. Cumberlands
'M bola. Kew York Sugarhouse Syrup.
Now landing and lor sale low by
PAUL B. LAL A NE A CO.,
Janll_ No. 171 East Bay.
BENGAL CLUB CHUTNEY
Mangoe Slice Chutney.
Imported direct In quart bottles.
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Successor to Wm. S. Corwin k Co.,
janu_No. 275 King street.
ORSE RADISH. ?
London Club Sauce
John Bull Sauce
India Soy Sauce
Royal Osborne Sauce
- Pacolo Sauce
CURRINB, an excellent article for seasoning.
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Late W. S. Corwin A Co.,
Janll_No. 276 King street.
JURIED GREEN PEAS.
Split Peas Barley
Imperial and Stewing Prunes
E. E. BEDFORD,
Janll_Late W. S. Corwin k Co.
QRANGES AND PINEAPPLES.
50,000 ORANGES, at $2 per hundred
110 dozen Pineapples.
Landing from tue Steamship Rita, from Hava?
na, aud for sale at No. 83 Market street, south
side, opposite Market Hall. *
dec8_MRS. C. D. KENDRICK..
JJ A M S ! HAMS! HAMS 1
NEW DAVIS DIAMOND BRAND,
At 20 cents per pound.
nov2-i-3mos JOHN HURKAMP k CO.
lg ELLIN G OFF AT COST !
Ou and after THIS DATE the Stock of Groceries
contatued 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 full assortment of Choice
Family Groceries, TEAS, WI MES, LIQUORS AND
The Fixtures, Good-will, and unexpired term of
Lease, can be treated for at private sale. dec21
_ 130018, gjggbjgg._
JgOOTS AND SHOES.
GET THE BEST I _
GET THE BEST !
GET THE BEST I
Buy your BOOTS AND SHOES at
No. Al BROAD STREET.
He makes them to order, lu any style desired,
using only the best material and workmanship.
constantly on band, a large assortment or cus?
tom mr.de BOOTS AND SBO?S, of all sises.
Which dispenses with shoe strings and elastic
MADE TO ORDER at this establishment.
Call and examine specimens. ;
JACOB STEIBER, _ ~*
decl3-tuths3mos No. 41 Broad street.