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-In New York, yesterday, cotton closed
.quiet at 15}?c. ror middling uplands.
-In Liverpool on Tuesday evening, uplands
Were 77ia3d., and Orleans 8Xa8J?d.
. -Fourteen more Japanese Princes arc coming
to school in New York.
-The loe In Virginia ls said to be the be. and
thickest ever gathered in that State. .
. -General McMahon is said to feel confident that
Louis Napoleon will be restored ro the French
-Auerbach and Splelhagen, the two most pop?
ular German novelists, are private soldiers in thc
-Among the defenders of Paris, at the outposts
of Courbevole, has been detected, to -th? great
surprise of the Parisians, a Bonaparte, In the per?
son of Mr. Jerome Bonaparte, of Baltimore.
-The death-rate in Paris ls dreadful to contem?
plate. During the days of the 18tli and 2lth ulti?
mo, says a correspondent writing from the city,
2728 people died, among the citizens chiefly.
-nie Southern officers who have enlisted in the
service of the Viceroy of Egypt are reported to be
greatly dissatisfied with their new positions. Like
Ur. Jeremiah Blossom, they want to go home.
-A Hans correspondent says that more than
two hundred French actresses are waiting for the
fall of the city and thc first opportunity to come
to America, where they fondly believe laurels and
largesse will attend chem.
-servants receive the highest prices In the
world in St. Petersburg. Girls that can cook get
%A? par mooth, and all ta that proportion. After
SC Petersburg, Rouan m la and London pay ser?
vants best, and then the United States.
, -"St. Peter" is the novel name of a weekly
journal jus: started, ia New York City, in the in?
terests of the Roman Catholic Church. The edi?
tor, lu his salutatory, says that "St. Peter I* au
enterprise of faith: lt ls brought out specially for
the service or the Infallible See.'?
. .-One of the German batteries before Paris, NJ.
18, bas been pushed for .va rd io within 7400 paces
(less than four mlle.-) of the Cathedral of Notre
Dame. Tuts may bring that venerable and his?
torical edifice within range of the Prussian guns;
ann. tr BO, woe to lu
-One of the most suooessful Journals in thc
Weat-the Cincinnati Commercial-was cstab
Ushed hf L. G. Curtis, who so named his paper,
because be did not know the difference between a
substantive and an adjective. He did not discover
I .his error in grammar uutll it was too late to re
' .name the prosperous daily.
-Another effort ls to be made in the New York
Legislature to make the savings bunks disgorge
the heavy sums which, lt ls said, they hold under
the title or unclaimed m meys, and to put then
into the banda ot the State. Some of tue news?
papers hint that there l* a big mouse In the meal,
and that the Investigation which ls proposed will
mn into a job. This is. very likely, for everything
now seems to he a "job"" In the Legislatures,
National aud State.
-A Washington correspondent writes: "The
beautiful lernale lobbyist is one of the institut! Jns
or this c ty, and her power over gray-headed sen?
ators and dignified members is potent iu propor?
tion to her attractions ami graces ormanner.
There is one gol len-hatred goddess here with
rosy cheeks and Cleopatra's rorm whose inilu
ence is said to bc never exerted in vain; and at
her nod or the glance of her pretty eye, she can
bring any or our solous to kucel at her pretty
-Brooklyn has a stamin:: sensation in thc per?
formance* or some mysterious youth, who has
been going about the streets after nightfall stab?
bing young girls with a penknife, tits modus
operandi is to dart ont np n them fruin behind
trees, stoops and other hiding places, aud, after
giving them a thrust with his weapou, he sud?
denly disappears. The police have made diligent
search for him, but thus far in vain, AS many as
a dozen girls have been Stabbed, two of them
-Mi*s Anna E. Dickinson delivers her lecture
on "Joan cf Arc," In Washington, on Thursday
evening, and win. -devote the" entire proceeds tu
the rand for ih? relier of the wounded Po?Her? of
France. In lur letter to Madam de Chainbrun,
offering to do this, she says: "I have refused to
del ver 'Jeanne D'Arc' in Washington, because I
thought my time too crowded to allow, but 1
must lind space for this. I only hope people will
be as glad io hear her story as I shalt be to tell
lt for such a cm*e: that the dead peasant girl
may put her h md out or :he gravo lo recd some
or ?ie peasant she loved so welk The hero and j
martyr may flu ??erve France, doubtless as dear
to her soul now as when sjie died for lt."
-There i an be no question ih it the spectacle
of opposite parties in New York making a conten?
tion tor the favor of the liberated Fenians who
bave arrived there rn>m the Euglah prisons ls a
yery sorry ami discreditable spectacle. It is
ehargei that lt ls ihe Republican Collector
Jforphy, and the so-called "customhouse gang"
on the one han !, and Hie Democratic Tammany
committee and el'y officials on the other, who are
Striving r.o do the honors with the vlow of mating
pohilcd capital wim I rim-born voters. Sofarihe
.exiles have ?howed great tact and good sense in
Commuting themselves to nrlth?r party. It ls
.evident, however, that the reception on the par:
<Of Tl?? city is to be a most generous oue whenever
lt do? a take place, which will probably be after
the other patriots that are expected shall bave
-A Washington telegram of the 23d instant
says : "There are at present In Washington quite
large dotations of Southern Republicans, con?
ferring with regard to the rutare political policy
to be pursued In the Sonth, and the relations of
the legislation of Congress to the same. Among
them are Governor Smith, of Alabama, ex-Gov?
ernor Parsons, of the same State, and others of
equal prominence. The advisability of serai-re
conBtrnctlon by Congress has beer, generally de?
bated, aud has met with a very general
disagreement. In lieu of lt an amendment
to the enforcement act. proposing' that
Congress shall apply its terms of registra?
tion for all sta-.e and local elections, and
sustain it by a military force seems to meet with
more Tavor. A bill has already been drawn to
that eTect. Another measure, which proposes to
declare that the electoral vote or no State shall bc
counted for President In which any violence or
intimidation or so-called outrages have been
practiced preceding such election, has also been
prepared. Probably neither of these schemes
will be introduced till the Porty-second Congress
convenes, when tho special committee of the Sen?
ate on the Southern States will be able to make a
report as a basis for Congressional action."
What Brave Men Can Do.
There are DOW in this port two disabled
steamships, which, under Providence, were
only saved from total loss by the consum?
mate seamanship and singularly cool cour?
age of their skilful commanders.
The Sea Gull, a staunch steamship run?
ning betweeen Baltimore and Charleston,
came into collision with a schooner on Sat?
urday night, when about twenty miles from
land. By the force of the collision her cut?
water was bent and twisted, and the bow tim?
bers were thrust apart under the water line so
that torrents of water poured into the for?
ward hold There seemed to be no hope of
keep'mg the ship afloat; but Captain N. P.
Dutton, true as steel, partially stopped the
leak, and succeeded in elevating the bows so
as to check the flow of waler. The ship and
crew were in imminent peril, but Captain
Dutton brought them safely into Charleston
harbor. So badly damaged i3 the Sea Gull
that the pumps, even now, are constantly at
work to keep her from sinking.
Qn the same night the steamship Cuba,
from Baltimore to New Orleans, command?
ed by Captain John M. Dukehart, was TUH
into by a brig, which stove in the Cuba's
port side, making a huge hole below the
waler line. The water poured in and
swelled up to within a few inches of the
engine-room lire3. Charleston, the nearest
port, was one hui;tired and twenty miles to
the westward. The boats were ample for
the passengers ' and crew. But Captain
Dukehart would not leave his vessel. By
shifting the cargo he gave the Cuba a list
to starboard, while mattresses and bedding
were thrust into the yawning hole nod secur?
ed by planks nailed to the timbers b\ the
captain and chief engineer, who were 6us
peuded by a line alongside, dashing to and
fro with every roll of tire ship. The Cuba,
also, was brought safely into port.
We have said enough to show what these
gallant captains have done. Either of them
would have been justified io abandoning his
vessel. No mariner weuld- have deemed it
possible to bring the vessels into port, until
Dutton and Dukehart had proved that it
could be done. They have saved property
valued at half a million dollars. They have
established their own professional reputa?
tion. More than this, they have set a bright
example to their profession as men who,
while one plank holds to another, will uevcr
give np the ship.
Two Million? for Port Royal.
The persons interested in the construc?
tion of the Port Royal Railroad are now in
Columbia, and hope, hy working quietly and
swiftly, W secure the ear of the General As?
sembly before it is generally known that an
attempt is making to saddle two millions
more of unproductive debt upon the broad
shoulders of the State. They propose to
give two mUliou dollars of preferred stock of
the Port Koyjtf Railroad in exchange for two
millions of dollars in State bonds, and it is
said that they are willing to pay four hun?
dred thousand dollars in bonds to secure
thc passage of tho measure.
The only wise and prudent course which
the Genend Assembly eau take in regard lo
the-' Pprt ik>\ ai' Railroad is'easy enough to
see: There is riot any hope that tho busi?
ness of the country through which tho line
is to ran- will make the road profitable. It
will depend upon through business, and this
through business must be wrested from
coinpetiug roads who will not relinquish it,
wholly or in part, without a sharp light.
With wrat grace, then, can the General As?
sembly be asked to subsidize a road which
can only be successful at the expense of cor?
porations in which the people of the State
?re now interested to the extent of many
million dollars ? In other words, the Port
Royal clique respectfully request the people
to give them two million dollars, that they
may be enabled, to depress the value of the
railroad securities which the people already
possess. Nor can it bc expected that the
General Assembly shall furnish the means of
building railroads to accommodate the trade
of particular localities. Tue Sute is already
head over ears in xlebt, and to give two mil?
lions to the Port Royal Railroad will be tan?
tamount to putting Slate bonds below fifty,
besides making it practically impossible to
complete thc Blue Ridge road. An increas?
ed debt of two million dollars represent?,
moreover, an additional State tax, in gold,
of 5120,000 a year, and some day or other
the State would have to pay 62,000,000 in
gold for what will only give, thc Port " Royal
Company $1,000,000 in currency.
When there i3 a fair prospect that a rail?
road can be operated at a profit, capitalists
ure always ready to invest their money in
building and equipping thc line. When a
company is compelled to flee to tho Slate for
a subsidy, it is an evidence that capitalists
do not see any money in the scheme. And
we hold that what is too precarious an in?
vestment for a private individual is fur too
hazardous a venture for the Slate to touch.
In the meantime we look to the Genera!
Assembly to reaffirm its declaration o? ian
session, and decline to take up the rotten
railroad schemes which clamor for assist?
ance. Governor Scott is already pledged to
oppose, through thick and thin, any'propo?
sition which involves the addition of a singh)
dollar to the huge liabilities of the State.
The Walhalla Courier thinks that the pro?
posed Jury Law, which entrusts the selec?
tion of juries to a commissioner for each
county, is open to unlimited abuse. "In
"stead or removing the ee'ection of jurors
"from political control, it places them in
"the power-of the hea l ami fron o', what?
ever par;y may be in lhe asiendanc; in the
SWEEGAN-HOOKEY-Ia Augusta, Ga., on
the morning of the 19th Instant, by the Ker.
Father Hamilton, EDWARD F. SWBEOAK, or this
city, to MART E., eldest daughter of George S.
Hookey, esq., of Augusta. Nu cards. *
GREG :.-Died, at Iowa City, January 19, in tho
twenty-first year of her age. CASSIE, beloved wlfo
of Jo?eph Gregg, of South Carolina, and only
daughter or Chas. H. Berryhlll, of Iowa City. *
^NOTICE.- ALL PERSONS HAVING
claims against the Estate or BENJAMIN JOHN?
SON, will present the same duly attested, and all
indebted will please make payment to
jan26-th3_JOHN JOHNSON, Executor.
^STEAMSHIP SEA GULL, FROM
BALTIMORE.-Consignees or carge by this vessel
are hereby notified that she ls n.>w discharging at
Union Wharr, and that before receiving their
goods they will be required to produce their in?
voices and sign the Average Bond, at the office or
W. B. HERIOT, Average Adjustor, No. 54 Broad
street. Goods not taken away by sunset will re?
main on wharr at the risk and expense of owners
thereof. MORDECAI A CO.,
.^OFFICE MOUNT PLEASANT AND
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND FERRY COMPANY
CHARLESTON, JANUARY 25Tn, 1871.-At a meet?
ing of tho Directors of the Mount Pleasant and
Sullivan's Island Ferry Company, held this day,
lt was determined to Increase the Capital Stock or
the Company $20,000 for the purchase of anothor
Steamer, and tho Presldeut was authorized to issue
?200 additional Shares. One hundred and fifty
;150) or these Shares were taken up at thc meet
lng, and fifty (50) may be subscribed for at the
office of HGTSOX LEB,
Secretary and Treasurer,
jan2C-3 Corner Broad and State streets.
JSTIF YOU HAVE A BAD TASTE IN
your mouth, saUowucss or yellow color of skin,
.'eel despondent, stupid and drowsy, appetite un?
steady, frequent headache or dizziness, you arc
"bilious," and nothing will arouse your liver to
action and strengthen up your system equal to
DR. PIERCE'S ALT. EXT. OR GOLDEN MEDICAL
DISCOVERY. Used moderately during exposure
to malarial poisons, It enables the liver to work
off the poison, and wl'l thus prevent Ague and
Bilious Fevers. It ls J ist thc thing for Jaundice.
As a blood purifier for the cure of Pimples, Blotch?
es, Eruptions, Salt Rheum, and other skin diseas?
es, lt has never yet been equalled. Sold by Drug
LIVER COMPLAINTS, COSTIVENESS, DYS?
PEPSIA, Ac, are speedily rcraovel by Dr.
D. JAYNE'S SANATIVE PILLS. The test or
thirty years' ase has" proved them superior
to all other remedies Tor the cure or the various
diseases Tor which they are recommended. In
their action they are mild and certain, and may
be taken at any time without risk from exposure.
Sold by all Druggists. For sale by GOODRICH,
WISEMAN A CO., Cnarleston, S. C. Jan23-thatuS
TO THE CITIZENS OF CHARLES?
TON-The YOUNG AMERICA STEAM FIRE COM?
PANY would respectfully represent that their pre
sent financial condition compels them to make
an appeal to your well-known liberality and pub?
After live years' uninterrupted service our appa?
ratus, worn and Injnred by the faithful duty per?
formed, has been sent to the builders for repairs.
The pay from tho city, having been gieatly re?
duced, is Inadequate to meet our current expenses
aud pay thc debt Incurred by the company for the
necessary repairs now being made.
The following geuilemeti have been appointed
to call on the citizens for donations :
A W. LEWIN, vice-President,
P. FINN, J. MCDOUGAL,
GEO. RELYE), * J. ROSIS,
J. C. MAHER, JAS. QUINN,
M. CAMEY, M. KING.
By order of the Company.
IL S. BRUNS, President.
J. S. WESTESDORFF, Secretary.
I cheerfully recommend the appeal of the above
Company. M. H. NATHAN,
Jnn25_ Chier Fire Department.
jZSr GETTING MARRIED -ESSAYS
for Young Men on Social Evils, ami the propriety
or Impropriety of getting Married, with sanitary
help for those who feel audited for matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
?SrNOTICE. -ALL CLAIMS AGAINST
THE PALMETTO PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE AS
SOClATtoN must bo presented fur payment, on or
before the 15th of February, 1S?L Tho Corpora?
tion baa determined to close their present Daftness
carried on at tile corn er or Meeting and Market
streets, and no debi s contracted by any person ou
their account from this date will be paid.
jar WM. MCKAY, AT NO. no MEET?
ING STREET, will make advances on any and
everything sent to him on conslganieut.
^CONSIGNEES' NOTICE -CONSIG?
NEES by British Bark VISCO, are hereby noti?
fied that she has been entere<l nuder the Five Day
Act. A:l gooda not permitted at the expiration of
that period, will bc sent to Customhouse Stores.
J3n2i_RAVEN EL ACO.
??" MEDICAL NOTICE. -PATIENTS
?raOring from Diseases pe taming to tho GEX1TO
URINARY ORGANS, will receive th* latent scien?
tific treatmeut by placing themselves ander the
care o: Dr. T. REENSTJERNA. olllce No. 74 Hasel
street, three doors from the Piosfnfllce.
/SSTTHE GREAT MEDICAL WONDER,
DH. HASKELL'S ELECTRIC OIL k:!ls cl! pain In
two minutes. Gaucers, Bolls, Tetter and Old
Sores, cured lu 43 hours by DR. HASKELL'S CAR?
BOLIC CANCER SALVE. For sale at retal! by
G. W. AIMAR, COHEN'S MEDICAL DE?
DE. H. BA ER, POT,
A. O. BARBOT, DR. G. J. LUIIN,
ED. S. BURNHAM, W. T. LITTLE A CO..
M. IL 0? ILLINS A CO.. ALFRED RAOUL. M. 1).,
GRAMAN A SCH WAKE, DR. W. A. SERINE.
E. H. KELLERS, M. D.,
And at wholesale by HOWIE. MOISE A DAVIS,
sole Agents for South Carolina, nov! Ijmoarttw
?ZSJ-THE LESSON OF NATURE.-TOR?
POR is the characters:ic of winter. Vegetation
dies or fal s hilo a state of trance. The whole
aspect or Inanimate natures teaches us that thei e
ls a paralyzing Influence lu the air, and ought to
teach us that our bodies require an increase of vi
tal power to contend witi :t. f;om-: of even thc
wann blooded juituals bary themselves ia the
earth and remain la a state of partial stupefao
rion um il Hie sea-oa is ove;-, and the elixir of thc
spring sunshine stimulates their sisgnant blood,
and restores their vigor. But man although ho
feels Hie influence of the season, ct?:: protect bim*
self against its Inclemency. Ile has fuel to warm
him externally, and can tone and strengthen his
internal organization and endow it with the ex
tra amount or vitality which the circumstances
require Ofall Inv gorants that have ever been
recommended for this purpose, HOSTf.TTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS is the purest and the beet.
Fortified by thc dally use of this wholesome vege?
table tonic, the human system may defy the
chills and damps of winter in any latitud;. Hs
effect ls to promote a br.>k and regular circula?
tion of the blood, and activity in all the gecretive
organs. Without l he t ilga test tendency to pro?
duce fever, lt imparts a healthful glow to thesur
race, and stimulates the exterior vessels to dis?
charge, tn tile rorm or gentle perspiration, thc
useless matter eliminated from the blood. Thus
the system ls kept unclogged. Fever and ague,
biliousness. Indigestion and colic, all of which are
t he cummon consequences or i he searching rtamp3
and low temperature of winter, may be avoided
(aa well as cured) by a course of this genial tonio
and alterative. jan2l-8Dic
MAGNETIC IRON COMPANY OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-The Stockholders of
this Company arc requested to attend a Meeting
on business of importance, to be held at the Board
of Trade Rooms, THIS DAV, t he 26th instant, at 7
o'clock P. M. GEO. S. CAMERON,
jan2ii_President M. I. C.
PALMETTO PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE
ASSOCIATION'.-An Extra Meeting of this
Associai lon win be held at the Market Hall, THIS
EVENING, 26th instant, at 7 o'clock.
A full attendance of Stockholders ls desired, as
onliness of importance will be considced.
By order. ' W. H. WELCH,
Jan26 _ Secretary and Treasurer.
OFFICE CHARLESTON GASLIGHT
COMPANY. JANUARY 2?, mi.-The An?
nual Meeting of the Stockholders of this Company
will be held on MONDAY, 6th Feb uary. 1871, at-12
o'clock M., at the Hall of the Planters and Me?
chanics, Rank, East Bay, when a statement or the
affairs or the Comnany will be submitted, and an
election held for President and eight Directors to
serve for the ensuing year.
W. J. HERIOT,
Ian25 Secretory and Treasurer.
__?csiano jToanG. ._
FOUND, A""SETTER BITCH, WHICH
the owner can recover by proving pronerty
and paying for advertisement. Anply at No. 31
Broad street._ Jan26-2
STRAYED OR STOLEN, ON THE
morning or the 25th, from No. 125 Calhoun
street, a Setter Bitch, white and orange, named
Bell. Tho finder will be rewarded by leaving
Fame at BISSELL'S H ARDWARt STORE, No. 156
Meeting street, Big Padlock._Jan26-1*
FOUND, ON EAST BAY, NEAR UNION
wharves, a large Brass Key, which the
owner can obtain by proving property and pay
ing expenses. Apply at this olllce. jan25
STRAYED OR STOLEN FROM OFFICE
of the Southern Express Company, a Liver
Colored and White Poluter- PUP, about three
months old. A liberal reward will be pal 1 for re?
covery or same. janis
LOST, THIS MORNING, A PACKAGE
of SHI.' PAPERS, belonging to the Bark
Scott. A suitable reward will oe paid If left at
this olllce. D. JENNINGS, No. 12 Broad street.
pOGARTIES B O O K DEPOSITORY.
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SI 25: Life and Times of Bishop McKendree, by
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Wheeler. SI; Cotton Culture, by LT moo, $150;
Draining for ProfP and Health, by Waring. $1 50;
Farm Drainage, by French, $l 50; How crops
Feed, by Johnson, $2; How Crops Grow, by John?
son, $2; Johnson'* Agricultural <?hemlstr.v, $1 75;
Dana's Muck Manual, $1 25; Grasses and Forage
Plants, by-C. L. Flint, $2; Farm Implements and
Farm Machinery, by Thomas, gi 50; The Grape
Vine, Its Management, ?c., Mohr. SI: The Ameri?
can Grape Grower's Guide, hy Charlton. $1; The
Strawberry Culture, by Pardee, 75 cents; Wheel?
er's Rural Homes, $2; Wheeler's Homes for the
People. $3; Cattle. Their Breeds, Management and
Diseases, with I he Dairy, by Martin, 75 cents;
Tuc Pig, How lo Choose, Breed and Cure, by Mar
tin, so cents; S- cop and Their Treatment, by
Martin, 50 cents; The Horse, by William Loreitt.
50 cent?; Pigeons ?nd Rabbits, by Dclemerc, fo
cents; Cage and singing Birds, by Adams, 50
cents: The Canary, Its Management and Breed?
ing, by Avl?, 50 cents.
N. H.-Our Monthly Lllernry Bulletin will bc
sont FREE to persons lu the country.
SOT Persons roiidiug in the country will please
near In mind that, by sending their orders to na
for any books published lu America, they will be
charged only the price of the book. Wc pay for
Hie postage or express.
FOGARTYS BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 200 KING STREET (in the Bend,)
janlO Charleston. S. C.
JJU S S EL L ' ?j LIST
ILLUSTRATED HOLIDAY GIFT BOOKS.
FLOWERS FROM THU UPPER ALPS, with
Glimpses or I Heir n"mes. superbly Illustrated
with chromo lithographs, folio. $12 60.
The Arts in the Middle Ages, and at the Period
of thc Renaissance. *y Paul Lacroix, Curator of
the Imperial Library o' the Arscm, Paris. Illus?
trated with ulneteeu chromolithographie print-?,
and upward of four hundred engravings on wood.
Ecclesiastical Art In Germany during thc Middle
Age4. By Professor Lubke. Illustrated with one
hundred and elgin v-four engravings, 1 vol., Bru.
specimens of the Drawings or the ren Masters,
with descriptive letter-press anil twenty photo?
graphs-, 4ti>. handsomely bound. $10.
Songs of Home, WIM thirty-six illustrations by
Kemi. Hennessy, Griswold, fte., and eight Auto?
graphs, uniform with ' Songs of Lire." "Kata?
rina," ..BI ter-Swect," .vc, cloth, rmi gut. $5.
Marvels oi Glass-Making. B/A. Saoxay. With
sixty-seven illustrations on wood, and ten auto?
type copies of the best examples In thc South Ken
sm-'tnii Museum. $6.
Wonders of Italian Art. By Louis Yiardot With
ten autotypes mid thirty engravings, cloth. $6.
Wonders of Palming. Of the Sjiunish, French.
Englisli ond Flemish Schools By M. Viardot.
with numerous sntoi vpe and woad-cu: Illustra?
tions, Sloth, gilt. $6.
The Wonders ol' Engraving. By George Du
ples-is. With thirty-four line wood cms and ten
photograph reproductions m autotype. Illustrative
or the various stagr-H or the art of engraving,
from thc earliest Hines to the present. $o.
The Birth and Chddhood of our Lord Jesus
Christ. Meditations selected front the works or
Augustine, Chrysostom, cosln, Hall. Calvin, ?tc,
with twelve photographs arter Da Vinci, Ralladle,
Mu? illo, Guido, Delaroche, Ar.v Scheifer, ?nd other
masters, l vol., illuminated cloth, extra gilt. $(>.
Illustrations or thc Lire or Martin Luther. En?
graved tn linc afier original paintings by Labou?
chere, with letter-pres?. By Rev. Merle D'Aubigne.
Twelve pictures lu loi:o. $s.
Rustic Adornments for Homes or Taste, with
nim-colored plates und two hundred and thirty
wood engravings, l v d., Svo, cloth, gilt.
Miss Kilnriu-cgg ami her Precious Leg: A Gold
en Legend. Hy Thomas Hood. Illustrated by
sixty exquisite etching* from drawings by Thomas
Seacombe, K. A.. in character's lc c.oth binding.
$7 "O. .
-Mother Goose In her New Dress. A series or ex?
quisite drawings m tuned ch rn ni os. Bv Miss
Glume, a daughter of the Chief-Justice. Elegant.
?Ito., green and gold. $4 50.
Illustrations io GOetii.'s Faust, fhlruen de
signs in Silhouette*by Paul Kom-wka. The English
text front Bayard Taylor's new translation, 1
vo'.. iu<. $4.
Uangra-The Desert World. Translated from
the French, with additions and emendations. One
very handsome vol.. royal Svo., with one hundred
and sixty superb illustrations. $S.
Mangln-The Mystery of I he Ocean. Translated
from the French, with additions .".nd emendations.
One very handsome vol.. royal svo.. with one hun?
dred and thirty Miperh Illustrations $0
Miehetet-The Bird: Its History, Habits ind
D"sefulne?s. One handsome vol., royal 8vo.. with
two hundred and ten superb Illustrations by Glaco
Figuier- Eirth and ci. From the French of
Louts Uguie:. Illustrated with two hundred and
fifty engravings. One handsome vol., royal 8vo.
Library or Wonders. Itla>trat?d with one thou?
sand beau Kui Illustrations. Thc series consists
of: Wonders ortho Human Body; The Sublime In
Nature: Intelligence of Animals: Thunder and
Lightning; Bottom of the Sea; Wonders or the
Heavens; Italian Ar:; Architecture; Gla>smaklng;
Lighthouses mid Llglnshi s; Wonders or Pompeii;
Egypt Years Ago; The >un; Wonders or Heat;
Optical Wondon; Wonders nf Acoustics; Wonder?
ful Escapes; Bodiiv strength ard skill; Balloon
Ascents: Great Hunts. The volumes may be pur
chaaad separately nt *.l 60.
Etchings by .lohn Leoeh. containing Illustra?
tions or "Jack Brag." -Christopher Tanpole"'and
"H-'ctor 0'H.illoran," one vol? folio. $3.. ~
M?nchhausen-Advenmivs du naroiwle M?nch?
hausen. Traduction nouvelle par Gautier Als.
lllnstrees p.u Orara re Doro.
Also, a large and. ch nice collection of the newest
Juvenile and Toy Books. deol9
WET NURSE.-WANTED, A WHITE
WET NURSE, without a Child. Apply at
WANTED, A COLORED WOMAN AS
co' k. Apply at the northwest corner ?r
King and Morris streets._jan26-l*
WANTED, A SECOND-HAND IRON
SAFE In good order. Address, with de?
scription and price, Key Box No. 076 Charleston
WANTED, A WHITE .WOMAN TO DO
plain Cooking and Chamber work for a
fnmilv. Inquire at No. 94 King street, one door
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO
cook and wash for a small family. Also,
a white boy to make himself generally useful and
attend to a store. Irish preferred. Apply to WM.
HUNT. No. 42 Market street, before 12 M., or at
Four Mlle House._Jan26-2*
WANTED, BY A SINGLE GENTLE?
MAN engaged In business during theday,
Board and Lodging In a private family: location
In the western part of the city. References ex?
changed. Address J. B. I., Bally News Onice.
AYOUNG LAD? IS DESIROUS OF
obtaining a situation as companion or
housekeeper to an Invalid or elderly lady, either
In the city or country. Salary not so much of an
object as a comfortable home. Address M. Z.,
BAILY NEWS Office._Jan24
WANTED TO KNOW, THAT WIL?
SON'S Improved Shuttle Sewing Machine
ls thc cheapest first-class Machine yet offered to
the public, and Is at least equal, if not superior,
to all others. Sold at the manufactory price, $40,
(being $25 less than anv . ther.) Please call and
examine them. W. 0. DUVAL, Agent, corner of
King and Liberty streets._Jan20-12
WANTED TO RENT BY THE FIRST
of February, a small Residence or a suite
nf four or (ive Rooms in a pleasant neighborhood.
Lower part of the city preferred. Address, giving
particulars and lowest terms, "A," office of TnE
-_ _j? iar^?ojx._
D~ RUG STORE FOR SALE, SITUATED
In a very pleasant town in this State, wher^
there is no drng business for twenty miles around.
A good dwelling, convenient, will be rented to the
purchaser of thc store at a reasonable rent. The
business will comfortably suoport a family, and
can be largely Increased according to stock.
Price low.. For further partlcul irs address F. C.
M., care of Messrs. Goodrich, Wlncman A <'o.,
Charleston. S. C._Jan26-thstn3?
FOR SALE, ONE SECOND-HAND
BOILER, 30 Inches diameter, 22 feet long,
In good order, with Front. Grate, Bars, Beams,
Ac, complete. Applv to THURSTON A HOLMES,
Adgcr's North Wharf._nov2l-mth
FOR SALE, ONE FINE LARGE WORK?
ING MULE, and one Saddle and Draft
HtiRSE. Inquire at No. 52 State street.
VTEWSPAPERS.- FOR SALE AQUANTI
Xl TY of the above. Ar.ply at Board of Trade
Rooms, No. 191 Meeting street. novio-thtu
In the upper part of the city, off Spring
street, near Gadsden's Green. This house was
occupied by the sisters of Mercy, ami ls large and
commodious having all thc modern Improve?
ments. Kent low. Apply at No. 114 Broad street.
ENGLISH AND GERMANSCHOOL, No,
82 WENTWORTH STREET.-The exercises of
this institution' 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 lessens, 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, ?liss LEON HARDT, Mla:i J.
Vocal Music by Professor F. BERCKHAN.
C. H. BERGMANN,
ONU MENTAL FAIR.
THE LADIES' MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION will
hold a FAIR In aid of the Monument to our He?
roic Dead, at Hibernian Dall, the tjilrd week In
February, commencing the 13th; and, as Its object
must be dear to thc hearts of all, hope to be sus?
tained by the community generally.
Even thc poorest can give a mite to honor the
memory of those who gave their all for us; and
thc appeal ls made to every friend or our heroes,
ct en those distant.
Donailous of Money, contributions of Fancy
Articles, Work, tc, will be gladly received by
either ol the Ladies holding the Tables, whose
names are upp aided, and which will be acknowl?
edged weekly In ibo city journals:
Mrs. M. A. SNOWDEN.
Mrs. GEORGE OLNEY and Mrs. C. STOCKER.
Mrs. PHILIP WISEMAN.
Mr.?. HENRY WI G FALL and MissP.LAMYER.
Mrs G. S. SNOWDEN and Midi S. MILLS.
Mrs. Dr. SOLOMON'S and Miss SIMPSON.
Br. W.'A. A. Deas, M. Bibble, Esq ,
Dr. J. s. Buist, A. G. Miigrath. Jr., Esq..
Dr. IL Muckenfuss, G. Cdlilaud. Esq.,
Captain H. B. Olney, W. Webb. E-q.,
Captiiln W. A. Kelly, St J. DeOaradeuc, Esq ,
Captain L C. Nowell, J. II. Loeb, Esq,
H. DcSaossnrc. Esq , T. D. Lebby, E-q.,
W. M. Mtickiiifu-s, Esq.,T. Webb, Esc.
G. L. Kaufraan, Esq., A. W. Taft, Esq.,
H. Deas, Jr., Esq.. F. Honour, Esq.,
I). I!. Gllllland. Esq., J. Y. Stocker, E-q..
J. L. Sheppard, Esq., L. Honour, Esq.
The Fair will be held under thc patronage of thc
following geni remen:
Gen. J. simons, A. T. Smythe, Esq.,
Gen. James C inner, J. E. Adger. Esq ,
(?cn. A. M. Manlgault, T. .Stoney, E q..
Com. I). N. Iugraham, T. I). Wanner, E-tq.,
Col. P. C. Gaillard, II. II. DeL-on. Esq..
Col. J. A. Wakener, M. P. Matheson, E*q.,
Col. Edward MeCrady, W. J. Magrath. Esq.,
Col. R. H. Knildge, w. Shepherd, Esq,,
Col. C. ll. Sinionton, J. P. O'Neill, Esq ,
Col. T. Y. Simon-, F. J. Prizer. Esq.,
Col. Irvin Walker, A. Isaacs. Esq..
Co!. Zimmerman Davis, oliver Middleton, Esq.,
Co'. W. L. Trenholm, A. F. Rtvenel, Esq.,
M.ijor T. G. Ba' ker. DJ. E Geddings,
Major II. E. Youne. Dr. R. A. Kinloch,
Capt James M. Carson, Dr. J. R. Solomons,
Cap!. W. A. KWlv, Dr. L. F. Parker,
Capt. E. L. Halsey, ? .. J. S. Buist.
Capt. Melchers, Dr. B. A. Muckenfuss,
Capt. Ellison Arther, H. !<. Olney. Esq.,
Captain F. W. Dawson, John Chadwick. Esq.,
Capt. s. Lord, W. K. Kyau, Esq.,
Capt G. Waltpr, J. n GrunbaM, Esq.,
Capt. G. H. Monett, B. R. Riordan, E-q.,
Capt. J. Armstrong, James Kason, Esq.,
Capt. J. A. Fairley; T. D. Ll nicy, Esq..
i:a?it. w. H. I'eronneau, S. S, Solomons. Esq.,
Capt. C. li. trowel', F. S Iii I nes, Esq.,
Capt. G. Manigault, CT. Lowndes. Esq.,
Hon. W. D. Porter, Phillp ?Vineman, Esq.,
Hon. W. S. Henercv. D. Revene', Jr., Esq ,
Hon. .1. B. Campbell. .1. R. Mead. Esq.,
Hon. G. A. Trenholm, E. W. M rshall. Esq.,
L. 1?. Mowry, E?q., Edwin Bates. Esq.,
H. Jager, E-q., Werte? Dingi -, Esq.,
J. ll. Murrell. F?|.. W. G. Whltden, Esq.,
B. H. Jackson. E>q , J. 0. Mlloor. E-q.,
J. ll. Witton. Esq.. W. Roach, Esq ,
Wm. l.ntdler, Esq., W. Thayer, Esq.,
W. C. Kee, Esq.. W. Cunny, Esq.,
Ro-t. Adirer. E-?q.. J. O l iUnA E-q.,
Henry Gourdin, Esq.. II. T. Peake. Esq.,
Joan Alex miler. Esq , W. li. Houston. E-q.
Thomas O'Brien, E-q. Robert Mure. Esq.
F. J. Porcher, Esq.. Dr. Honiton Piucknry.
Captain S. Y. Tupper, Colonel Hunt. janis
Cumber, incl, ?t. _
Jp UMBER! LUMBER!
Lumber or all sizes aud .<eserlotlons. sawed and
delivered at Charleston, or any point, on thc South
Carolina Rullroad. Orders addressed to
TROS S. BROWNING,
j au 26-ih-tulm* 20 .station, s. c. Railroad.
TDUILDBRS' DEPOT, #
No. 94 CHURCH STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
SAND, Ac, Ac, Ac.
A substitute for Laths aud P.aster, at less than
one-half the cost.
300 boxes best I. C. Charcoal TIN
100 bbls. Empire Mills Plaster.
E. M. GRIMEE.
ta- Poatofflce Box '374. T ants
RA ND MASQUE EADE!
. ; - OP THE
To bc given at their. Hall, corner qi Meeting and
George streets, January 20, 1871.
S. ELA!TE. C. LUDERS,
C. C. PLENGE, R. HEISSER,
B. WOHLERS. S. BOESCH.
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL
DEUTSCHER ARTILLERIE UNTER3TUTZ?NGS
wm be given at Hibernian Hall on THUBSDAY,
the 2d of February, 1871.
Ticket? can be had fron the undersigned.
H. HARMS, Chairman.
C. F. LU BS, F. J. LILIEI?THAL,
F. PUCKHABER, F. JUNGE,
O.BIEL, . H. HDXALIb
At Mr. E.KLATTE'S, East Bay.
At Mr. J. W. OL DEN B?TTE L'S, No. 61 Broad,
near Church street.
At Mr. W. SCHRODER'S, No. 310 King, near
At Mr. J. GRAVER'S, No. 636 King anil Reid
At Mr. THOMAS H. HARM S'S.
At Mr. F. VON SANTEN'S, King Street.
REMO VAL OF BISSELL'S HARDWARE
HOUSE.-The undersigned begs respectfully
to Inform their customers mat they nave removed
from No. 88 Husel street to No. 155 MEETING
STREET, opposite the Charleston Hotel, where
they will be glad to see their friends. Will con?
tinue to keep a roll assortment of H* OWARE,
Agricultural Implements. Sporting Accoutre?
ments. Ac., Ac. Sold at the lowest cash prices.
Sign Mammoth Padlock. W. S. B1SSELL.
?OOtS, Sl)0?6, &t.
OOTS AND SHOES.
QET THE BEST !
GET THE BEST !
GET THE BEST I
Buy your BOOTS AND SHOES at
S TB IB EB'8 ?
No. 41 BROAD STREET.
He makes them to order, in any style desired,
using only the best material and workmanship.
Constantly on hand, a large assortment of cus?
tom made BOOTS AND SHOES, of all sizes.
willoh dispenses with shoe strings and elastic,
MADK TO ORDER at this establishment.
Call and examine specimens.
decl3-tuths3mos No. 41 Broad street.
ira nen (Staads, &c.
"DALL, BLAOBT * co., ".
Nos. 665 and 5G7 BROADWAY, NEW TORE,
Of the best quality and at LOWEST PRICES.
Goods sent per Express, C. O. D.
(groceries, Liquors, &z.
CORN, OATS, FLOUR, SYRUP AND
2500 bushels PRIME WESTERN OATS
200 barrell Western Flour
Per steamer "J. W. Everman."
4000 bushels Prime White Flint Corn
100 barrels Bee Hive Syrup
Per steamship "Virginia."
3-500 bushels Prime White Corn
300O bushels Prime Maryland Oats
Per schooner "Sea Queen."
3800 bushc s Prime Waite Corn
4400 liuslu-ls Prime Maryland Oats
550 barre s "Family," "Extra," "Super" and
Per schooner "Ida Richardson."
IN STORE :
1200 bales PRIME HAY.
For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
1700 sacks Liverpool SALT. Landing from Slilp
Muscongus. For sale by
Jan 13_T.J. KERR A CO.
jyVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
40?0 sacks Liverpool SALT,
Just received per bark Vinco, uua for sale in
lots to suit purchasers by
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
LOUR, SIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS,
PORK, COFFEE, SUGAR, AC.
JEFFORDS ? CO
Nos. 17 and IS* VENDUE RANGE, OFFER AT
LOWEST MARKET RATES:
600 bbls. Fresh Ground FLOCK
25 hhds. Choice Clear Rib Sides
20 hhds. Prime Mtioked Shoulders
10 tierces Cnoicc s. C. Hams
10 tierces Pure Leaf Lard
25 bids. Heavy City Mess Pork
UO.OOO pounds Prime Dry Salt Sides
10,000 pounds Dry *alt Bellies
loo sa' ks Rio Co Jee
150 bills. Relined Sugars
loo cases 2 and S lb. Fresh Tomatoes
75 cases Fresn I'cacnes
100 cases, l and 1 tb, Fresh Oysters.
JJ ? H. vW. CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE PURE OLD
In order to facilitate the supply or our PURE
OLO MONONGAHELA RYE WHISKIES to our
former numerous customers at the South, we
have appointed Mesara. H. GERD S A CO. onr
Agents, who, by this arrangement, are enabled to
ftipply the trade a: prices which wilt insure satis?
faction. H. A ll. W. CATHERWOOD.
The subscribers take pleasure to Inform their
customers and me trade generali v tn at they have
still a f -w burrett! of the .Messrs. CATHERWOOD'S
FINE OLD MONONGAHELA WHISKIES on hand,
which ha* had the benefit ol a Southern summer's
heat. Have aNo received recently one hundred
barrels or various grades, at reduced prices.
H. GERDTS 4 CO..
dcc20-'itths3mns No 195 East Bay.
Q.HEAP AS THE CHEAPEST!
GOOD AS THE BEST !
Is the universal verdict pronounced upon
OST EN DORF F'S PRIZE G tt OC ERIES
N. C.-All good;} delivered free of charge.
PRIZES! PRIZES! PRIZES!
Not brass jewelry cither, glveu with all sales of
one dollar, ut
OsTEXDOHFF'S PRIZE GROCERY,
Northeast corner of Rutledge avenue and cannon
g EED POTATOES.
500 barrels Choice SEED POTATOES-"CMl
Reds." "Goodrich," Ac Landing and tn store.
For sale by KINSMAN A HOWELL,
Janl7-tutli8_No. 123 Ea?t Bay.
JJANNIS'S ACME RYE WHISKIES.
Messrs. H S. HANNIS A CO.. or Philadelphia,
ever intent to Inprove on the qua ines or their
WHISKIES.-can lay claim to producing some of
the choicest in the country, and having rendered
thc prices such as to to make them available for
every c'ass of trade ano for general use oner the
I cele-irated Acme brands or CABINE r, NECTAR,
XXXX. XXX. XX and X, through us, as their sole
ageuts tor i ids city and the State o South Caro
lina, at the most advantageous prices aud terms.
CLACHIS A WITTE, No. 130 East Bay.
50 BARRELS AND 25 HALF BARRELS OF THE
A HOVE ON HAND NOW.
(groemos, ti^t?oxe, &t.
If yon vant good BUTTER, at 30c. a pound,
Go to WILSON'S.
If yon want Table Batter, at 40c. a pound,
GO to WILSON'S.
ir yon want tbe Bea'.Better, at 45c,
Go to WILSON'S.
If yon want Co ree, at 17c. a pound,
Go to WILSON'S.
If yon want Sogar, 10 poonda for a dollar,
Go to WILSON'S.
If you want Ligat Brown Sugar, 8 pounds for a
Go to WILSON'S.
If yon want tue B/st Lard, ex lbs. for one dollar,
Go to WILSON'S.
If yon want Fresh Soda Crackers, lue a pound,
Go to WILSON'S.
If yon want a Sugar-cored Pig Ham, at 19c a
Go to WILSON'S.
If yon want Sag jr-cured Pig Shoulders, at 12 xe
Go to WILSON'S.
If yon want 2 lb. can Tomatoes, $190 per dozen,
Go to WILSON'S.
If you want anything in the Grocery Une rea?
Go to WILSON'S,
And avoid large reata, which causes large profits.
. ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE.???
JJ AMS ! HAMS! HAMS ?
NEW DAVIS DIAMOND BRAND, ?
At 20 cents per ponnd.
nov24-8mos JOHN H UR KAMP A CO.
BENGAL CLUB CHUTNEY
nangoo Slice Chatney.
Imported direct La quart bottles.
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Successor to Wm. S. Corwin A Co.,
janll No. 276 King street.
London Club Sauce
John Bull Sance
India Soy Sauce
Royal Osborne Sauce
J . Pacolo Sauce
CURRINE, aa excellent article for seasoning.
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
' Late W. S. Corwin A Co.,
janll_No. 275 King street.
JJ RIED GREEN PEAS.
' White Beans
Split Peas Barley
Imperial and Stewing Prunes
E. E. BEDFORD,
Janll Late W. S. Corwin A Co.
?Jcwrij?S, 3fujclrn, &c.
' THE LATEST STYLES.
Particular attention ls Invited to the NEW,
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF WATCHES,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND FANCY GOODS,
suitable for Presents, Just received and opened
JAM?S ALLAN'S, No. 807 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 807 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
All the newest and most exquisite designs In
SETS OF PEARL, GARNET, ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE.
Leontine, Opera. Neck and Vest CHAINS; Seal
Rings, Diamond Rings; Gent's Pms, Pea ri 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, tn Gold and Coral; Brooches for
Hair or Miniatures, Lockets, Charm-* and Masonic
Pms, Glove Bands, at
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KUs'G STREET,
A few doors above Wentworth street..
AMES M CC ON KEY,
PAINTER AND DECORATOR.
Orders received at A. O. BARBOT'S Drug
Store, No. 48 Broad street. ? Jan24-lmo
Just received at KING WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TORY; No. 310 King street, near Society street, a
large and complete assortment of Leaf. Chewing
and Smoking TOBACCO, cigarette* Snuff, Pipes.
Ac. Havana aud D >mestlc Cigars Imported and
manufactured by WM SC il Ru DER, who respect
fuily.in vites the attention or chewers and smokers,
aud traders, wholesale aud retail, to a stock folly
comprising every variety of quality and prices,
from the cheapest to the highest grade, which ta
offered at the lowest cash rates. AH orders from
the country will receive prompt attention and
shipped C. O. D., or at thirty days' city accept?
JL LUNSFOBD, CABINET-MAKER
. and UPHOLSTERER, begs leave to inform
the people of Charleston, and of the State, that
be is still carrying on his old business, at No. 31
Queen street. He can make or r pair a piece of
Furniture of any description. Ile also manufac?
tures new MATTRESSES and renovates old ones.
Cane Chair-bottoms replaced by an experienced
workman. Custemers may rely upon the per?
formance of wont in a prompt and faithful man?
ner. Price for reaovatlng a Moss Mattress, large
size, $3 60; Hair Mattresses, $4; Cotton or Wool
Mattresses, $5. Persons having this work to be
done are assured that the contents of mattresses
will not be exchanged for cheap or Inferior arti?
cles. J. L. LUNSFOBD, P. B, H.