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F^rhatai, De?embor 31. - Tho Minis
tera o? tho, Italian Cabinet Lave gone to
MADRID, > Pocember 31.-The Cortea
sanotioned (mo ?BBUO of Treasury bonds.
LONDON, December 31.-Owing to the
approach'of-the New Year, news to-day
is very meagre.
The Limn, from Glasgow for New
York, ran upon tho wreck of the Antilles,
in tho Clyde, and was obliged to put
back to Havre to have her bottom ex?
A PVeuoh icon-clad was seen off
Roche's Point, Ireland, to-day.
Advices from Cochin Ohina announce
that ronny Germnn priests hove been
taken into the French port of Saigon.
The Post's MOBOOW correspondent says
the belief in an alliance between tho
United States, and Russia, in case of
war* is becoming ali but universal.
MADRID, Deco rn b or 31.-Prim died
last night. J Acosta arrived at Oarthagenn
on Friday, jtfSk enthusiastically received,
and departed for Madrid.
Prim's death produced a profound
sensation of grief, and indignation eve?
ry where .prevails.
Tho Republiouu battalions have nearly
all surrendered their arms, and perfect
tranquility prevails in Madrid und the
WASHINGTON, D. C., January 1.-Tba
King is expected at Madrid on Monday.
The proposed festivities were postponed.
An American vessel, with arms foi
France, is in Queenstown harbor, closelj
watched by the German corvotte Au?
Foti Mont Av ron WUB not case me n ted
the garrison lost eight killed and t wenty
wounded during the three days' bom
A despatch to the London Times say;
Troohn is forming nu entrenched cam]
at Fort Valerean, with a view to evacn
ating Paris. Gambetta addressed th
people of Bordeaux; tho enthusiasm \vn
A special to tho Now York Her alu
dated Versailles, 27th ult., says everj
thing is ready for the bombardment o
a terrific scale, simultaneously from
semi-oirole Weat of Puris. The Frene
have had Borne minor successes befor
Havre. The troops have been sent fror.
Thionville and Verdun to support Gone
ral Werden against General Bourbaki.
The German engineers doubt th
feasibility of holding Mont Avron r
present. General Chancey reports
victory near Vendomo, and says he wi
follow up the success, and continue 1
advance. The besiegers around Far
have been reinforced by a large portia
of Frederick Charles* army. A corp
about 12,000 strong, sworn to ci
their way'through the Prussians, hi
been organized in Paris. A despote
says that it cost the Germans 8,000 rat
to silence Mont Avron.
BORDEAUX; January. 3.-A portion.
Gen. Oh?u?irty's army is now strong
posted near : Vendome. Tho ehgag
ments along the Loire for a week pa
have all been successes for the Frene
Near LaTroohe 12,000 prisoners we
taken by . the French. The Prussit
column, recently lost 300 men by drow
ing, in an attempt to cross the Loiro <
LONDON, January 3.-The Telegra,
aunqnnces, on authority, that the c
mando mada npon Prussia by the Briti
Cabinet, relative to the seizure and sin
ing of English colliers in the Seine, a
in alair way of adjustment.
Nsw YORK, Jannary 8.-The Worl
special says the Court at Berlin expi
an early surrender of Paris. Tue re t
continual courtesies occurring betwe
Berlin and Wilhelmshoe. TheEmpei
is confident of . his restoration, thou
the Empress spends the most of 1
time weeping and praying for penco.
Troops are concentrating in South?
Gladstone's constituents request
resignation-his policy having imp
The French Government at Bordee
designate Jnles Favre to represent th
Prince Louis telegraphs tho Gove
ment at Darmstadt, that two Hess
regiments whipped a superior Frei
force on Saturday, South-east of Orles
The Hessians lost fifty men.
LONDON, January 3.-A severe engt
tuent has occurred, in which the Fre
were BU cc es s ful. This was preceded
the evacuation of Gray by the Gcrmt
The reports that the German arm;
the Loire has retired on (Hen, aro a?
VERSAILLES, January 1, VIA LONI
Jauuary 3.-The King gave a recep
at the palace. Ho said the groat ev
which preceded the celebration of t
a day in such a placo was duo to
heroism and perseverance of tho offi
and the bravery of the soldiers,
goal is still, however, unattained;
portant tasks remain before we achie
lasting peace. He would be consur
to make any peace which involves
tiuuance of tho duties which brougl
BORDEAUX, January 3.-Paris ad'
of the 30th ult., say tho Parisians i
in urging Troohu to make a sortie
an enormous force which eau readi!
CHARLESTON, January 3.- Arm
Steamships M cree di hi and Georgia,
York; Maryland, Bultimore; brig i
Hall, Baltimore; schooner L. S. I
SAN FRANCISCO, December 31.
?toamship Japan, for China tc
carried supplies of fresh and sal
visions for Midway Island.
The United States steamer So
loft Honolulu for Midway Island
thence for San Franoisco, four na
ago, and mnoh anxiety is feltconcf
hor fate. The Bteamer Japan
endeavor to ascertain what liss b
of tho Baranna It is feared that sc
h aa broken ont nt Midway Island, or
that tho Saronao ia look . ,r .
The otaamor Japan, for Yokohomo to?
day, camed $345,000 treasure and $83.
000 worth ol merchandize, including
400 barrels cf flour* ,t . i
Yesterday the following despatch was
sont to Gambetta: "As a New Year's
gift to France, the Fieuchnion of Cali?
fornia Bend 100,000 franc? for the na?
tional defence. Vive ia France/ Vive ia
liepublique! From the Central Commit?
tee of California." G. Tanchard re?
ceived to-day an enthusiastic reply from
HARRISBURG, January 1.-Seventy
buildings in the centre of the manufac?
turing part of the city were burned last
night. Loss nearly a quarter of a mil?
V/A?HXHO?UN, January 1.-An otnoial
c ible despatch, received itere this after?
noon, from Madrid, states that Prim
died last night, nt ll o'clock, from
wounds received in the shoulder uud
The new King reached Marcia, and
was warmly received. The Cortes voted
full powers to the Government formed
by Admiral T?pela.
WASHINGTON, January 2 -Tho Herak
hos the following: "Our correspondent
at Havana sends no further dotuils of th?
steamer Hornet at Nassau; the Cliburn
at that place were much incensed at th?
Governor for sending a British mau-of
war to watoh her, but the lookout die
not amount to unything, the Horne
easily leaving her disagreeable compa
It is reported that while at Nassau -sin
took on board au armament. If this i
tho oase, she may give the Spaniard
much trouble, aud we may hear of ope
rations on a scale similar to those of tb
Alabama. lu point of speed she is vastl
superior to the Spanish fleet on the coat
of Cuba, but she may leave tho Wet
Indiau waters aud try the Spanish hom
coast, where she will be able to do muc
damage and create a perfect panic arnon
those of Spain who have property afloat
If such is the intention of her cou
inauder it cannot bo long before we uu\
accounts of Spauish commercial vessel
being sunk, burned and destroyed.
Tho change in the tariff, which can
into effect yesterday, includes some lift
drug articles, which go ou the free lis
and some forty others are much reducet
The duty on tea is reduced ten ccnts
that is, from twenty-five to fifteen cent
aud cottee two ceuts-from five to thn
cents on a ponud; and tho reduction c
bulk of tho sugars imported is thre
quarters of a cent, per pound. The
are also considerable changes iu wine
braudies, spirits aud iron.
Another court martial bas been orde
ed to try Cadet Smith, tho colored bo;
at West Point, for untruthfulness.
RICHMOND, January 2.-A meeting
the Roman Catholics was held yes turd;
and denounced the nction of Viet
Emmanuel in seizing upon Rome. B
solutions were adopted for holding
mass meeting on the subject.
There was no quorum in the Legis'
NEW YORK, Jaunary 2.-John '.
Wrightley, playing with a rifle suppos
unloaded, shot William Mallows dead.
ST. LOUIS, January 3.-Bishop Kt
drick, of St. Louis, was formally :
ceived here. 2,000 persous parade
with music and banners. The Art
bishop said, with respect to his com
io the Ooumenical Council, he wot
state briefly the motives which govern
bis actions. Often in debate, he hi
perhaps, seemed opposed to the gr
doctrine of the Church; but this an
from the fact that there were argume
which ho could not explain. His op]
sitiou was due to a misconception of i
real character of the principios involv
After the close of tho examination of I
question, he would say that his moti
for submission were simply duo to
uu8hakon belief in the authority of
Catholic Church. The reason of
necessity for rendering obedience to
Church was self-evident, and could
be gaiu8ayed. He would call to
remembrance of the Church that Sci
tural declaration, "Thou hast wordf
eternal life," and reminded them of
trusts committed to Peter and Paul.
MEMPHIS, January 3.-Gen. For.
has submitted a proposition to the Co
ty Court to appropriate 8500,000 to
Memphis and Selma Railroad. Tn
event the Court refuses the propositi
the Illinois Central proposo extend
their road from Cairo to Holly Sprii
Fivo negroes were killed and a w
man fatally hurt by an accident at
ennah bridge. Two cars wero buri
The cause was tho breaking of an ax!
the first passenger train.
ST. LOUIS, January 3.-Christ Chu
on 13th street, was burned to-day.
NEW ORLEANS, January 3.-In
Legislature, J. Pinckney Smith (De
erat) was elected Warrant Clerk. T
was quito a contest for this posit
The election of a Democrat was th
suit of n combination of Democrats
tho Governor Warmouth party, whi>
is believed will secure tho electio
General J. R. West, United States g
tor, to succeed Harris.
Tho steamboat Travis, to-uight,
burned; IOBS $5,000.
MAGNOLIA, MISS , January 3.
sominary herc was burned to-day
ALBANY, N. Y., January 3.-Thc
gisluture orgauizod to-day. Asse
elected Democratio officers.
ST. JOHN'S, January 3.-The ste
Robert M. Lowe leuves to-day, to >
for favorable weather, to grapple fe
RICHMOND, VA., January 3.-Th
gislaturo had a quorum to-day.
total debt of Virginia, including in
duo January 1, 1871, is $11,39
Foreigu attachments have been i
against the deposit of 835,000 mai
the New Haven Insurance Compa
the State Treasury here.
ATLANTA, GA., January 3.-The t
election returns are not fully ia-si
have been roturned to show the el
ct; General 'Ycucg, fron tho - Seventh
Congressional District, by near 9,000
majority. Bigby awl Bolhuno ore elect?
ed in the Third District?; by 700 or 800;
Lou g and Speer, from the Fonrth Dis?
trict, by about 500; Tift, in the Second
Dietriot, by about 800 votes. The other
Distriots are as previously reported.
Judge O. H. Loch rune waa appointed
Chief justice of tho Supremo Court to?
Attorney-General Akerman has pur?
chased a home near Carterville.
Rev. J. T. Leftwioh, of the Presbyte?
rian Church, was presented by bia con?
gregation with two life insurance policies
WASHINGTON, January 3.-There was
a full Cabinet meeting to-day, oxcept
Akerman. Greeley and Postmaster
General Creswell had a long interview
$17,000 have boen recovered from ex
Collector Tullis, of Texas. He is still
hold, us tho defalcation amount is
Plensau ton took the oath of office to?
day aa Commissioner of Iuterual Reve?
The debt statement shows a lecrease
of $'2,250,000; coin in Treasury nearly
8109,000,000; currency $30,250.000. The
Paoif?o Railroads owe the Government
nearly $6,500,000-accrued interest, after
Navigation hence to Acquia Creek has
HARRISBURG, PA., Jauuary 3.--The
House organized to-day. Jas. H. Webb
(Republican) was chosen Speaker. The
Senate organized; Wm. A. Wallace (De?
mocrat) waa elected Speaker, and all tho
Democratic caucus candidates were
DovKit, DEL., January 3.-The Legis?
lature orgauized to-day. lu tho Senate,
the Speaker chosen was Charles Good?
ing; in tho House, Sewell C. Riggs was
KIN AN Cl A I. AND UO At Rt IS HG IA I?.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Jauuary 3.-Sales of
of cottou during the past two days 128
bales-middling 13J.,'(o)13 L<c.
NEW YoitK, January 3-Noon.-Stocks
steady. Gold 10^(^10J?. Money 7
currency to gold. Sterling-long 9;
.short 9/V. 62a 8^H'. Tennessees 04;
new 03. Virginias b7,L<; now G3. Lou?
isiana* 70; new 04; levees 70; 8s 80.
Alabamas, ex-interest, 96; 5s 70. Geor?
gias, ex-interest, 78; 7s 91. North Caro?
linas 44?4; new 23. South Carolinas,
ex-interest, 85; new 63. Flour a shade
firmer. Wheat held higher. Corn quiet
and firm. Pork quiet-new 19.25(o)
19.75. Lard stendy. Cottou quiet-up?
lands 15 '?'; Orleans 15"'&; sales 1,500
bales. Freights firm.
7 P. M.-Cotton dull and nominal;
sales 1,800 bales, at 15??. Flour-South?
ern a ahnde firmer; common to good ex?
tra 6.25(o)6.65. Whiskey unaottled, at
?92@93. Wheat l(oj2e. better-winter
red and amber Western 2.46(0)2.50. Corn
closed less active-now 76@77. Pork
dull-new and old 19.25. Lard dull
kettle 12^4. Freights steady-steam
cotton }?. Mouey 7-currency to gold;
market not so easy ns expected. Ex?
change heavy, at 9(o/9,,8\ Gold dull, at
lO^u'. Governments closed steady, at a
decline. 62a Hy.U Southerns quiet.
Stocka heavy and declining.
BALTIMORE, January 3.-Flour and
wheat firm and in fair demand. Corn
firm and acareo-white 80(o)82; yellow
75(of76. Little doing in provisions, but
a better feeling. Pork 20 50. Shoulders
10. Whiskey 92@92<?. Cotton firmer
and held higher-middlings 15}?; re?
ceipts 1,290 bales; exports 355; salea
300; stook 12,032.
BOSTON, January 3.-Cotton quiet and
steady-middlings 15>V; receipts 3,805;
sales 400; stock 7,000.
NORFOLK, January 3.-Cotton dull
low middlings l i'?i ; receipts 3,546; sales
100 bales; stock 5,519.
CINCINNATI, January 3.-Flonr firm
and in fair demand. Corn dull and
drooping, at 52@53. Provisions-full
prices asked, but no demand. Mess
pork 19.00. Lard 10J?@11W. Shoul?
der 10; clear rib ll; clear sides 11 JJ.
LOUISVILLE, Jannary 3.-Tobacco
firm. Bagging quiet-hemp and flax
25 and 26. Flour steady. Corn quiet.
Provisions firm. Mess pork 20.00.
Shoulders 10; clear rib HLj; clear sides
!2. Lard 12. Whiskey steady, nt 87.
ST. LOUIS, January 3.-Flour firm
low grades scarce. Corn steady-mixed
45^@47. Whiskey steady, nt 89. Pro?
visions quiet. Mess pork 19.00 Shoul?
ders 9J?; clear sides 12. Lard-prime
CHARLESTON, January 3.-Cotton very
steady-middlings 14'.<(o.l4^?; receipts
3.524; exports 3,C19; "niles' 600; stock
AUGUSTA, GA., January 3.-Colton
market stiff, with light offerings; sales
600bale8; receipts 640-middlings 14,,4/
(r?,\4.%; markot closing quiet andu shade
SAVANNAH, January 3.-Cotton in fair
demand -middlings 14%@14JH' ; receipts
11.225; exports 3,811; sales 1,800; stock
WILMINGTON, January 3.-Cotton qniel
and steady-middlings 14}<?; receipts
980; salos 47; stock 1,991.
NEW ORLEANS, January 3.-Pork low?
er-mess firstname.lastname@example.org. Bacon-cle??
rib 13; clour 13'.J. Sugar in good dc
maud-fair 5,14(0)8; prime 9 Li (?) 10. Mo?
lasses firm-common 46(3)52; primo 5C
(o)58; choice 61(0,62. Whiskey-West?
ern rectified email@example.com)?. iCotton
steady and in fair demand-middling;
14*6(0)14%; receipts 14,796; sales 13.0UC
bolos; stock 222,223.
LONDON, January 3-Noon.-Consok
92. Bonds 89,'y\
LIVERPOOL, January 3-Noon.-Thort
was no cottou market yesterday. Cot? or.
to-day is feuding down-uplands 8t^(o
8^; Orleans 8^@8^.
LIVERPOOL, January 8-Evening.
Cotton cloyed with & downward tenden
cy-uplonds8^@8>i; Orleans 8*?@0L?
s des 10,000 bales; export and speoula
" f '- IVI .1
UjfcW?l?vi KSS. L?vx wiii retamo tba ox
?fbBk ? orcUeaof. h?r School on MONDAY,
nWirfr Jann?nt 2, at h?r resia?nce, corner
^SHHKof Laclr and Ball stroste.
j&rmSr THBsre o? Tornow PRK Mow-rn.
.Mmr Firot Class, $4; Second. CUBB, $3;
Third Glass, $2; strictly lu advance.
jffS^ School Notice.
~?.(jM?F MIIS- B- s McCULLY will re
^^Hj^Sopen her SCHOOL on MONDAY,
War JMiuary 2, at her residence oa
^SkW^ Laurel street. Deo 25
jgjfM^ WILL CHRISTIE BENET,
t?O?jE? NEXT SESSION hogina MON
HaiSDAY, January 1G. 1871.
Way FEES for Session: $12.50, $20.00,
*M?W $25.00, In advance^ Dec 22?12
(fffot School Notice.
trffiUBBfe THE undersigned will oncn a
^SgBKgsOHOOL for Boy?, at tho Brick
jW^nMy Chapel, on Bull streut, between
4^ Richland and Laurel streets, on
TUEtiDAY, January 10. Rates of Tuition per
month, in thu Classical Department, 17.00;
English, $5 50; Primary,M 00-payable strict?
ly in advance. 'C. H. BARNWELL.
REKKUKNCKS.-Hon. R. W. Barnwell and Dr.
John T. Darby, Professors in tho South Caro?
lina University; Col. F. W. McMaster, Attor?
ney at Law; Col. L. D. Childs, President Na
tionil Bank. _ Dec 28
King's Mountain Military School,
YO URVILLE, 5. O.
?mf? THE First Session of tho School
ilfuf?i >oar ?f l'S71 will hogin on the lat
t^flBfc? THUMS.-For School Exponsos, i
JFUST" Tuition, Booka, Stationery, Ac.
iar Boarding, Fuel, Lights and Wash?
ing, $135 in currency, per session of five
For circulars containing tull particulars
apply to Con. A. COWARD.
Dec Kifw Piiucipal and Proprietor.
Triumphs of Sci?nce.
THE first bottle of Stanley's celebrnte<
COUGH SYRUP was prepared by Mr
Heinitsh, in 1848, for our distinguished fellow
citizen, Captain W. B. Stanley, tbuu on hi
way to Mexico. Tho marked SUCCGSB wbicl
followed its uso, in curing a troublcsomi
cough, with vc-aknoHS of tho lnnga, bas alsi
marked it as a preparation worth having, fn
tho cure of all affections of the lunge. Thou
sands now attest its worth, and to-day "Stan
loy's Cough Syrup" enjoys a higher reputation
than any other cough medicine known. Prc
pared only by E. H. HEINITSH,
Deo 14 t Druggist.
Choice Wines, Scotch Whiskey, Rye Whiekie?
California Champagne, Otnrd Brandy, Jama
ca Rum, Holland Gin, Ac, for salo nt lo'
figur?e by J. Sc T. JR. AGNEW-.
Gold and Silver Coin.
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK buy an
Bell GOLD and SILVER ut a small margit
Oct 23 A. G. BRENIZER, Cashier.
Oh Ar IA stout A? VflTti??*m An tfig
83 Pearl JBtreet, tfew[ torie,
W. 0. COURTNEY & GO.,
8 Central Wharf, Charleston,
General Commis Rion Merchants.
CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON and
other Produco solicited. Liberal ad?
vances rnado on Bhipmonts. Orders for
parchase o? PKOVI8IONS, Ao., in Charleston
or Now York promptly attended to.
Jun 1 imo
r. F. nnoniK. R. n. HUUOINS. H. C. IIUDOINH.
BRODIE & CO.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
North Atlantic Wharf,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
LIIlERALadvanccsuiadc on Consignments,
liefer to ANDltEW SIMONDS, Esq., Presi?
dent 1st National Bank, Charleston, S. C.
Aug 24 8mo
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
^><2r public in gonoral that I bavo
-gfC^^^^S^Just received an entire new
w ??dock of Double and Singlo Bar
rol GUNS, REPEATEBS, Flasks, Pooches,
Pistol-Belts, Caps, Buck-Shot, Cartridges.
Cartridges for all kinds of Pistols, Powder
REPAIRING done at short notico.
Oct 8 _P. W. KRAFT, Main street.
Bagging. Rope, Twine and Cotton Ties.
AFULL SUPPLY constantly on hand and
for sale low, by J. A T. B. AGNEW.
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS pleasantly located HO?
TEL, nUBUrpatmed by any
Houso in the South for com?
fort and healthy locality, ?B
now open to Travelers and others seeking ac?
commodation. Families c&u bo furnished
with nico, airy rooms on reasonable tenon.
"A call is solicited." My Omnibus will bo
found at the diflerent depots.
Nov 3 WM. A. WRIGHT. _
BRYAN A McCABTER bavo just opened a
new stock of HOLIDAY GIFT BOOKS
from Iiondon and New York.
Rosewood, Walnut and Mahogany WniTiNO
DESKS, Portfolios, Toilet Books, Card Cases,
Pocket Knives, Gold Pens, Letter Folders,
Fency Inkstands, Work Boxes, Ladies' Com?
panions, PiiOTOORAPH ALDUMS, Writing Al?
bum*, Stereoscopes and Views, Chess Men,
Backgammon Boxes, Croquet Boxes, of all
'? The Bri lieh and American Toots, Pccket and
. Family BIDI.ES, Books of COMMON PiiAYEtt, all
sixes and styles of biuding; HYMN BOOKS, for
Some elegant Cu HOMOS and P:cilTHKS, iu
; neut frames. Dec 20
City Currency will be Taken
IN payment tor Goods at
Nov ll _II ABDY SOLOMONNS._
I Norfolk oysters, $1.50 per gallon, at
the POIJJOCK HOUSE.
12,000 LBS. BACON, 500 BB LS. FLOUR,
500 BUSHELS COEN, 150 .SMCA'S SALT.
100 BB LS. WHISKEY,
Friglitfu.lly 0*uel Prices.
Also, have joet made LA RGE ADDITIONS to our stoek of HA UD WARE, in all ita
variety, which we offer at ut>| MT? dt ul td prices. We experted to have been in our now
S toro ero the arrivul ot thc to Go( de, sud, bcii g disappointed, they will be offered BELOW
LOH?OK & LOWRANCE,
H. E. NICHOLS & CO.,
&&~ ESTABLISHED 1845.-??
Oldest and Leading Insurance Agency
Of Central and Northern South Carolina.
NOB TH BBITISH AND MEBCA NTILE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of London and Edinburg. Incorporated 1800. Assets in Gold, $14,200,000.
HARTFORD INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Hartford, Conn. Incorporated 1810. Assets, 82,100,000.
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Neio York. Incorporated 1852. Assets, $2,339,122.
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of New York. Incorjwrated 1856. Assets.. ?2,017,869.
GEORGIA HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Columbus, Ga. Incorporated 1859. Assets, $500,000.
THE above ai o among thc olde;st and best established Companies in the country. Their
ample Assets and the reputation they have long bince acquired as prtropf andern?*dealing
c ompanies, aro tho best guarantees of their safety and honorable conduct in tho future.
LOSSES adjusted and paid at tbiB Agency.
Nov in 3mo
Insure with H. E. NICHOLS & CO.,
Office in Savings' Bank Building, Columbia, S. C.
NEW MUSIC STORE,
CITIZENS1 SAVINGS BANK BUILDING, TAYLOR, NEAR MAIN ST.
/Qtf&ffrftSk THE subscribers would respectfully inform tba
^flTffiwra^jfl/ -g-g public that they havn opened the largest and most
^^g^lliriqmrw^igggi g complete stock of MUSICAL MERCHANDIZE over
mm W!tPaSBW!kt& brought to this market. Having secured tho agency
dB pgafB of some of flin largest Piano Factories in tho coun
iBS^sMB^^g^^^^HWWHBSy '?Jg try, wo aro enabled to offer special inducements to
?Jj*' M?f^^^BSSnr" nT Ihoso in want of theso instruments. Thu celebrated
J ^j^jPT^^ffl^^ American Piano Forte,
IrtWlW^' l-J^-_-^-S^^l^^^P Manufactured by Wm. McCammon k Co., which
are HO well adapted to tho Southern climate, owing
to their peculiar construction, can be HI-en nt our rooms. Will also keep second-hand Tisnos
for salo. Wo are nlso agents for the BURDETT COMBINATION GROAN, tho grcatopt suc?
cess of thc ?gc. Several of the inst ruinent a have been disposed of in the State, and bavo
given universal satisfaction. We cordially invito thc profession aud the musical public gen?
erally, to call sud examine thin" wonderful instruments.
A gu _ WE bavo also added a BRASS BAND
A M. *tW fiWK <??^ A DEPARTMENT to our eslabliahmeiit
A S?? IHEL jfe^ al,(1 ar0 onabled to furnish everything
2a sWt ?8 A needed in that lino, either of Brass or
T&Sr Si Wr jtn Sst Jft?jS -1 Gorman Silver. Completo sets of theso
- Mf. Jg <? [fl |vj Tun Wf^9~ instruments may bo seen at our rooms,
^jgafrJBft If ilil--*"-"~JiL~- \ ' /By together with Bass Drums, Snare Drums,
j| ^4 t-?*^" lu. ^ Sticks, Snares, Drum Heads, Cymbals,
ma J?/<Gj??v Our stock of Musical merchandize em
fif^?" <* sm hraccH everything in tho Music lino, such
^?rjflfcfc? <o> uT aH ^'ounB? Rows, Concertinas, Flutes,
mw StA A- A CK9 ?SW/? Guitars, and ovorything pertaining to a
ff^ flw 8f 0 g^V) j?^-att^? Musical instrument. Sheet Music always
W ET9 Bm Mgtk aVftia aff mfr 011 'lfl,lu> or furnished nt short notice.
ml fin Ji$r '.TOffifep juba SH Vii Musical instruments of all kinds repaired
KflR TlttiT?fiBa? i/?^'* and tuned. Will also arrango Music
?il.W'W BPT ?H 3J^? oithor for Brass or Quadrille Bands, for
J? -ja-Hiff JUL* any numbor of inatrnmente.
Va**m Our Pitno Room is neatly fitted up for
the accommodation of Ladies, and we oordinlly invite (htm to rall and examine our Pianos.
Hov 9 W? byOUAKD & SON.
?Sar? of Groceries, Cigars, Ac. f$+ ~ '
BY JACOB LEVIN.
TO-MORBOW (Thursday) MO RN INO, ai 10
o'clock, I -frill noll, st the store formerly B.
H. Rico A Go., the balance of goods in store,
coneiatintr in nart nf;
BBL8. BYE WHISKEY, FBENOH BRANDY,
Applu Brandy, Gin, Scotch Whiskey, Cherry
Brandy, Bitters, Wincu, Juleps, Canned Oy?
sters, San?os, Cigars, Chocolate, Blast ard.
Starch, deo., and a variety of Sholf Goods, ?o.
- Lbs. primo Bacon Sides.
Bbls. unbagged Haras.
" primo Sngar-Cured Strips.
" Corned Pork. Goshen Butter.
5 bbl?. Sugar.
Platform Scales, &o., Ac._Jan 4 2
Valuable Real Estate, at Auction.
BY E. W. SEIBELS & CO. -
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
WE will Bell, without reservo, on the second
MONDAY (Otb) in January, commencing ll
That really valuable property, on which
formerly stood the -'United States Hotel," at
tho corner of Richardson and Lady streets,
consisting of live Lots, 25 foot 1 inch front
each, on Main or Bicbardaon ulroot, and run?
ning back K.i.).
Six Lots, fronting on Lady street, 25 feet,
more or leeB, and running back 184 feet 6
This in the meat valuable property ever of?
fered in this city, and is desirable, in every
point of view, in locution, and from the faot
that the property is unencumbered and titles
Terme will bo stated by Auctioneers at sale.
At Heinitsirs urug Store
YOU CAN OBTAIN
The Best Articles
AT LOWEST PRICES.
LIEBIO'S EXTRACT OF MEAT. 0
English Mustard, of warranted purity.
Flavoring Extracts, all concentrated and ot
Spices of every kind, pure.
Gronnd Spiocs, pure.
Russia Shred Isinglass. Coxe'a Gelatine.
Soa Moss Farina. Puro Arrow Root.
Salad Oil, for dreaaings and tablo use.
Celery Seed, for flavoiing.
Puro Extract of Yandia Beana.
Pure Extract of Lemon, from thc fruit.
Fresh Vanilla Beans.
Triple Distilled Rose Water.
Puro Extract Calvos Feet Jelly.
Food for Infanta.
Broma, Cocoa, Corn Starch.
Baking Powder-), of superior purity and ex?
cellence, and at less price than any other in
the market. E. H. HEJNITSH,
Dec 18 Druggist.
ofgOBjr. A COMPLETE assortment of two
y?g=2W- and four-seat Passenger OARRI
AGKS has just been received at the Reposito
ry, corner Lady and Assembly streets. The
latest and most stylish patterns have been
selected with care, from some of tho best
buddera in tho country; and the stock never
bas been surpassed in design or finish by any
offered here, l'rices moderate.
Pao 10_W. K. GREENFIELD,
New Livery Stable?.
mm_' THE undersigned
^wn^ABflflS would announce to tho
opened a LIVERY STAHLE,? to be kept tem?
porarily at Stable of Mr. LOGAN, and that
t hov will bo pleased to accommodate the pub?
lic with fine HOBSES. OAR HI AGES, BUG?
GIES, &c. BOYCE A CO.
W. H. BOYCE,
C. H. PETTKNOILL._Dec 10
"OYSTERS! OYSTERS! <.
?AM selling the beat NORFOLK OYSTERS
offered in this market, and get them fresh
every day from Norfolk.
I have also reduced tho price to 81.7.1 por
gallon, and smaller quantities in proportion.
Families can havo them delivered at their re
sidencos, by leaving their orders at the Ice
House. JOHN D. BATEMAN.
Liquors and Cigars.
1835. James Henneesv, 1858 and 1865.
Pinet Castillon, I860.
WINES.-Moot & Chandon's CHAMPAGNES.
Thenn all brauds, being sole agent in South
Carolina, and the Winos second to none.
SHKUIIIES.-Alijarados, from common to the
HOCK, WHITE ANO CL.VIIET WINES.-Hock
beimer, Laudoahe.imor, H't Sauternes, Latour
Blanch, St. Julien, La Rose, Nierstener, Mar
cobrium, H't Barsac, Cbatoau Santernes,
Pontet Banet, Margaux, Grand Vin Chateaux,
Lafitte, and Latonr, Vintage 1858.
FINK WHISKIES, SIC.-Theso aro selected with
great care, and comprise tho finest known
brands, whilst thc stock of rectified gooda,
domestic GINS, RUM, Ste, are offered kt lower
SCOTCH WHISKEY.-Beal PEAT REEK, is of
my own importation, very superior.
CIOABS -LIVE INDIAN. Figaro, Espanola,
Palmetto, and other brands are offered, ohoioe
in M H nh i v mili lumiorniu in price.
SMOKING TOBACCO in variety, and spe?
cially ?elected with regard to quality; ana, a
word in your ear, the best is always the cheap
est,jin whatever ono eats, drinks or smokes.
Dec 18 GEORGE SYMMEBB.
_lS=Sr-THE subscriber would re
f^Ljk-uspectrally inform his friends
lWlHEaHilanil ol(i customers that ho has
vTinBfflBB/re-ecitabl!ahod biuisolf in tho
BJB?SBBKBI GENERAL GROCERY BUSI?
NESS, at his old stand, (No. 109,) where he
will bo pleased to ahow and sell to purchasers
a complete stock of new fancy and substan?
tial GOODS, carefully selected.
Richardson street, first squaro South of old
Market corner. ORLANDO Z. BATES.
Dec 1 3mo _
New Raisins, Figs, Citron, &c
-| f\f\ WHOLE, half and quarter boxes
li JU now LAYER RAISIN8 and CITRON,
50 half drums Smyrna FIGS,
English Walnuts, Pecans, Brazil Nuts and
Almonds, fresh and for sale low.
Dec 13 EDWARD HOPB.
?}f\(\ CHOICE Now York Sugar-Cored
100 ohoico New York Sngar-Cnrml KHOUT
DEltS. Just received and tor sale, at reduced
prices, by J. St T. It. AGNEW.
PT /\ BAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale low to
DU doalorsby EDWARD HOI'E.
25 Cents tor Cotton.
MESSRS. L?RICK Sc LOWRANCE having
purchased the right to manufacturo
John G. Ham'a improved SEED and MANURB
DROPPER, for Richland, would call tho atten?
tion of all farmers using fertilizers and re?
quest an examination of this plantor-tho
boet and most permet ever yot invented; hav?
ing taken tho premium nt tho Georgia and
Alabama 8tato fairs. Tho undersigned are
propared to furnish any qnantity of Plows,
Cotton Planters and Plow H?.r.d!rs, at a IOT.
?anre. Every varietv of Agricultural Imple?
ments on band. L?RICK St LOWRANCE.
,Bargains in Clothing at HOCK'S,