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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO.,
Ka 149 East Bay. Charleston, S.O.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1872.
-Gold closed yesterday at 8jja9.
-In New York cotton closed firm; up?
lands 22s cents.
-In Liverpool cotton dosed active and
Armer; uplands lOAd.
The Crime ?nd the Penalty.
Tho witnesses for the proseen'ion, in the
recent Kn-Kiux trials at Columbia, were not
alow in telling their tale of outrage and
wrong. They described every threat, every
raid, every whipping and pooching, every
%crt of violence, great or Email, of which
they ' had any knowledge. Their diEpo?
sition was, we suppose, to exaggerate the
number and gravity of the offences with
which the prisoners were charged. And we
may fairly assume, therefore, that the crimes
reported on oath try the Government wit?
nesses .are all the crimes with which the Ko
Klux, in the districts from which the wit?
nesses were taken, can, even by their relent?
less pars uer?., be charged. A comparison of
these crimes with the number of convictions,
and with the sentences Jmposed by the conrt,
' will show, -tl ie ref ore, the proportion of the
pnnistunent to the offence.
? The- Colombia correspondent of THE NEWS
ha? collated from the stenographic reports
v of tho evidence for the prosecution ie the
Ka-Til ax trials, the following summary of all
the outrages alleged to have been committed :
1. October, 1868-Captain Ferris and "Gov?
ernor" Fewell visited. Nobody hurt.
2. October, 1870-Bufos White and John Fer?
3. December 2, 1870-Sam Round tree killed.
4. January, 1871-John Wright and John Moss
whipped, and a white woman abused.
" 5. January 20, 1871-James Crosby whipped.
6. January, 1871--Jack Dawton- and Butler
7. January 9,1871-Pressly Holmes, Charley
Good, Charles Leach and Amos Lowell
8* January 29, 1871-Adolphus Moore, Alex,
i Leach, Henry HOM and Wilson Wilsons
whipped, and several guns captured.
9. January 25, 1871-Jerry Cl awn ey whipped.
10. February, 1871-Abner Hambright and
^_ Harry Neely whipped.
IK March 2,1871-Mary Robertson whipped.
12. March 8,1871-Sam Skale and Ell HcCol
- ; lum shot. s
13. March, 1871-Alex. Leach ki. led.
IL. March fr, 1871-Jtm Williams killed, fifteen
ia guns captured.
15. March, 1871-Amzl Rainey whipped.
16.. March,1871-Charley Good killed.
17. March, 1871-John Thomasson whipped.
18. March 1,1871 -Poitie and Storgis whipped.
19. April, 1871-Charley Russel visited.
20. April ll, 1871-Dick WI leon whipped.
21. Sprint 1871-Harriet Slmrll raped.
22. Spring; 1871-Jennie Good visited.
23. Spring. 1871.-Henry Latham whipped.
24. Spring, 1871-Raid on Bpartaifturg Jail.
25. Spring, 1871-Andy and Charley Fernandez
26. Spring, 1871-Ben Phillips whipped.
27. Spritze, 1871-Hary Bean whipped.
28. Spring, 1871-Jim Gaffney and Hat Schnggs
29. Spring, 1871- John Harri?, Major Cash and
- Humphries whipped.
30. Spring, 1871-Dick Roberts whipped.
We now give the names of the prisoners
who were found guilty, and the term or im?
prisonment and amount of fine imposed in
each case : '"
j " SENTENCES. *
L Sberod Childers, eighteen months, $100.
2. Wm. Hontgomery, eight eeri month e, $100.
3. Evans Hurpby, eighteen months, $100.
4. Hezekiah Porter, eighteen months, $100.
6. R. H. Mitchel1, eighteen months, $100*
_ 6. Je W. Mitchell, five years, $1000.
7. T. B. Whltesidee, one year, $100.
8. John 8. Miller, three mon th?, $20.
9. SylvaQus Shearer, eighteen months, $100.
10. William Shearer, eighteen months, $100.
ll..Hugh H. Shearer, eighteen months, $100.
12. James B. Shearer, eighteen months, $100.
t 13. Henry C. Warlick, .eighteen months, $100.
14. Milua Carroll, eighteen months, $100.
15. Eli Ross Ste warr, eighteen months, $100.
16. Josiah Harlin, eighteen months, $100.
if. Samuel G. Brown, five years, $1000. -
18. Aaron Ezell, one year, $10.
19. Honroe Scragg?, ste months, $10.
20. Alexander Bridges, one year, $10.
21. John Burnet, six months.
22. William D. Burnet, six months.
?J. Stephen Sptawn, two years, $50.
24. Marlon.Gardner, three months.
25. Chesterfield Scruggs, six months.
26. Henry Surratt, one month.
27. Andrew Cu dd, three months.
28. .Martin Hammett, six months.
29. Levi Henderson, three months.
30. Winiam Self, three months.
31. Charles Tate, eighteen months.
32. Junius B. Tindall, one year.
33. William C. Blackwood, two months.
34. John L. Moore, eighteen months.
35. John Contre), three months.
36. Jonas Vassey, one year, $10.
37. James Wall, three months.
38. John C. Wall, three months.
39.' Frederick Parris, six months.
40. ' Christenburg Tate, three months.
4L David a HoClure, three months.
41 Carrin Gook, three months.
43. Albert Pt Clement, three months, $10.
44. Dillard N. Cantrei, three months.
45. Zlbeon Cantrel, on? year.
46. W. S. Blackwell, BIX months.
.47. Alfred BlaokweF, six months.
-48. William F. Ramsay, three months.
49. William RobblA,- Bft months.
50. Thomas J.. Price, six months.
61. Taylor Vasseyr three month?.
52, King Edwards, six months.
. We find, then, that thirty raids ol differ-.
eat kinds are alleged to have been made.
Classifying '?i?m according to their resolte,
-Shooting*. . ..-.2
... Wrappings.....32. ...
Prisoners convicted and sentenced.sa
For every whipping, for every innocuous
raid, and for every person abased, more
than one prisoner has been tried, convicted
and sentenced. And we have the authority
of the Columbia Union for the statement
that the Grand Jury have indicted "over
"five hundred.persons, for conspiracy, out?
rage and murder, in the Counties of York,
"Spartanburg and Union." Most of these re?
main untried. There are, moreover, scores of
prisoners, neither indicted nor tried, who
must languish io jail or give heavy bail for
their appearance at the next term of the
Is it not plain that the actual punishment
far exceeds the real offence? Barely "the
"manes of the dead" should now be appeas?
ed. For every real or fictitious whipping, a
white citizen bas been sent to jail. The
suspected conspirators are paying the heavy ?
price of their o^n misdeeds or of those of their
neighbors. Vengeance has been swift and
sharp. And yet, if we may trust the Radi?
cal press, what is called ' 'Justice" is not
satisfied, and we shall have yet another
I Bloody Assizesin the Spring.
ta" MR. WILLIAM E. SIMMONS. Jr., ls the au?
thorized travelling agent of TB NEWS for
lower South Carolina.
THC FALCON.-The hour of sailing of the
: BteamBhlp Falcon, for Baltimore, has been
fixed for five o'clock this afternoon. See ad?
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC DRAWING.-We
print to-day a complete list of the winning
numbers drawn at the Academy of Music on
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday last,
i The prizes will be paid, upon application, on
and after Monday next.
CLEARING UP.-The scaffolding around the
spire of the new German Church la at last
being taken away, beginning at the top, and
the cap stands out now in all Its beauty. The
?spire Is painted a dark brown as the scaffold?
ing comes down.
AN INCIPIENT FIRE was discovered by the
policeman on duty, a little after six o'clock
yesterday afternoon, In the kitchen of the
premises at the corner of Tradd and Friend
'streets. The flames were extinguished by
Clubs and Stars, with no damage except a
.slight charring of the floor.
PERSONAL.-Mr. B. H. True, of Madison,
?Georgia, an authority In Immigration mat?
ters, has become the corresponding editor
and general commissioner for THE SOOTH, the
new weekly paper now working Its way with
notice in this section. Mr. True was in
j ELECTION.-At a meeting of the Pacific
'Terpsichore Social Club, held on the 3d inst.,
the following officers were elected to serve for
the ensuing six months: John B. HUI, presi?
dent; W. L. Petat, vice-president; J. A. Melvin,
secretary; J. R, Yenning, treasurer. Com?
mittee on Letters-W. W. Bolger, J. L.?Torlay
and H. J. Brlssenden. Committee on Finance
W. L. Petat, J. E. Torlay and A. F. Larousse
: THE SISTERS IN WASHINGTON.-The Wash?
ington Star of Wednesday says : "There waa
an unusually large number oi visitors at the
capitol this morning, many ol whom were
strangers in the olty. Among the number'
were two Sisters of Charity from Charleston,
S. C., who are here for the purpose of asking
an additional grant from CoBgress to remune?
rate their order for their loss by the burning of
their asylum and hospital buildings In tharne if?
?during ihe war."
CLUBS AND STARS?-Ed. Brown, for stealing j
a cabbage from one of the fruit stalls in the
market, was senate the House of Correction
James McMIll, for driving his dray against
and brushing a gentleman's fence In Smith
street, was sentenced to repair the damage or
.pay a fine of five dollars.
One old gentleman who found the stones of
St. Philip street soft enough to Bleep apon?
paid a fine of one dollar for being intoxicated. J
OYSTER THIEVES.-Joseph Morris and Rlch
arct^Legare, colored, and Jno. Myerholtz were
brought before the Mayor yesterday morniog,
charged with stealing oysters from the beds
of Sarah Allen, on Sullivan's- Island. A party
had visited the beda on the day previous and
carried off several boat loads of ?the bivalves,
and, on the complaint of the proprietor, the
three defendants had been arrested la the
evening by the. detectives. Altera abort ex?
amination the Mayor turned the culprits over
to a trial justice for. prosecution.
CROCKERY GOING_Last week Webb's
wholesale crockery atore, on Meeting street,
.was entered In the night by thieves, who car?
ried off a few dollars in change from the
money drawer, and also an assortment ol'
' goods. The case was reported to the detec?
tives, who arreefed C. Weathers, a colored <
boy. The latter soon told all about lt, and
Implicated another colored youth, Edward
Prioleau by name, who was immediately ar?
rested. The two have been turned' over to a
trial justice for examination.
BRIMFCLL OP SPIRITS.-About the small
hours of yesterday morning a young man of
liquor-drinking proclivities began to let off
bis over-abundant spirits in King street by
shouting fire at the top of his lungs. A re?
monstrance* from Clubs and Stars puta new
idea in the head of the fiery youth, and he
started to give the police a drubbing. Others
were at hand, however, and, after a tremen?
dous struggle, the alarmist was taken to the
lockup. He paid up his fine of two dellars
yesterday morning with much satisfaction In
consideration of the lively time he had en?
A GOLD WATCH Bx COVERED.-On Thursday
evening, William Pinckney, a small colored
boy. offered to Bell a King-street Jeweller part
of a watch which the Jeweller saw by the
number was one which the detectives had re?
quested him to stop. Calling a policeman, he
turned over into custody the unsuspecting
little vendor, who soon told how another boy
bad given bim the watch to sell. Nearmid
I night, the detectives arrested Edmond Sum?
ter, who, In his fright, confessed that he stole,
j the watch; told where he had concealed the
j guard-case, Ac. The latter articles were
speedily recovered, and, along with the watch,
I were returned to the owner, at Dr. Bachman's
j residence, in Rutledge avenue, whence the
property wa? ttolen about two weeks back. J
.jg -7-_:v ? -
EUROPEAN FLOWERS AND BEEBB.-A choice
collection of European plants, bulbs and seeds
ot the rarest Kinds is for sale by Eamel ? Co.,
af No. 157 King: street,: . 58 /.-r.
? PERSONAL.-Colonel A, Coward, principal of |
tte Kings Mountain Military Academy, ls in
-the eity^ and may be 4ou&d until-MoBday~at|
the residence of Mr. John A. Blum, No. 8
SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.-The annual
meeting of the stockholders ef this company
and of the Southwestern Bail road Bank will
be held in this city on the 13th of February.
Directors of the road and of the bank will be
elected on the following day. See advertise?
APPOINTHENTS.-C. H. Goling, John Cone
and G. E. Killer, trial Justices for Barnwell
county, have been removed by the Governor,
I as also Jame? Thompson, as a notary public,
residing in Blackville; and appointed Charles
A. Tyler notary public for Summerville. J.
G. Scharp, trial justice for Edgefleld, bas reE
signed, and hiB resignation accepted.
A GREAT HARDWARE ESTABLISHMENT.-The
thousands of readers of THE NEWS In this and
the adjoining States can hardly fail to notice
the advertisement of Messrs. Hart ? Co., in
this issue. In their large establishment in
Hayne street, this firm offers to the planting
interest and to the country trade a stock of |
agricultural implements and general hardware
unsurpassed in the Sputb. Visitors to the city
will be sure to find at Hart & Co.'s something
worthy of their attention.
WEEK OP PRATER.-Services at Trinity
Church. Hasel street, this afternoon at four
o'clock, will be conducted by Bev. G. B.
Bracket t and Bev. C. C. Pl nek ney. Subject :
"Prayer for the general outpouring of the
Holy Spirit; for Domestic and Foreign Mis?
sions and Christian Union." The ooncludlug
service of th's profitable series of united gath?
erings for prayer will be held in Trinity
Church, Hasel street, to-morrow n'gbf, at half
past seven o'clock. Addresses may be ex?
pected from Ber. E. T. Win kier, D. D., Bev.
C. S. Veddtx, and Bev. W. H. Adams. Sub
I ject : "Thy Kingdom come; Thy will be done
on Earth as lt Is in Heaven."
FUNERAL OF P. K. COBURN.-The remains of |
Grand Marshal P. K. Coburn were brought
down from Summerville yesterday, under a J
special escort, for interment at Magnolia j
Cemetery. At the time of his death the de- j
I ceased was J.D intendant of the town, and the
.bells were tolled and other marks of respect
] manifested as his honored remains were con?
veyed to the train.
At half-past eight o'clock the. craft assem?
bled at Ho'mes's Lyceum. Washington Lodge
was opened in due form by the worshipful
master, Geo. 3.. Hacker, in the presence of j
! the members of the Grand Lodge In the city,
the South -Carolina Commander?, and South
Carolina Chapter of B. A. M. These |
; proceeded to the depot, and In company
with Hook and Ladder, No. 2, and a num?
ber of the members of the Hibernian Society,
escorted the remains to the Wentworth street j
Lutheran Church. The funeraPBervlces were
here performed by the reverend pastor, W. S.
. Bowman, after which the remains were taken
up to Magnolia, accompanied by a numerous
train and escort. The pall-bearers were all
! the brother Masons and firemen of the de
' cea-ed. At Magnolia the imposing services of
a Masonic burial wereperformed by the Bev.
W. S. Bowman, assisted by the Most Worsbip
. ful Grand Master, R. 3. Bruns. The remains
of the loved and honored man were then com?
mitted to the grave.
f ? ?? i ? i ?
Ii V 8 1 X ES 8 X O TI CE S.
A RAFFLE.-The handsome rifle cane will be
raffled at the saloon ot Mr. A. D. Lorentz, in
Meeting street, at eight o'clock this evening.
You CAN buy a Sewing Machine on easy
1 terms at Singer Office, No. 197 King street.
CROQUET I CROQUET !-The cheapest in the
city. HABEL STREET BAZAAR. dec20
GREATEST BAROAINB ever offered at Furcb
gott, Benedict ? Co.'s, No. 214 King street:
Three cases of 44 Black Lustre Alpaca for
only 25 cents; Fine Balmoral Skirts 75 cents.
ONE DOLLAR WRITING DESKS.-Superior to
I any sold heretofore. HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
and EAST BAT NEWS-BOOM. dec20
CHBTLLE^'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
even alter wear, for any imperfections, such as
tearing or ripping.
. [Paris, 20 Rue de la Paix.
T?*T-T LondOD, 53 Regent street.
DEPOTS New York, 929 Broadway.
Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FURCHOOTT, BENEDICT ? Co., sole Agents
for Charleston. _nov3-6moe
PARCHEESI ! PARCHEESI !-A royal game of
India. Basel street Bazaar, and East Bay
News Room. __ apr20-s
MARK YOUR CLOTHING ?-Order your Stencil
Pi a te 3 at the Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room._ _ octl4-s
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have Just re?
ceived on? thousand boxes, each containing
one quire of fine Note Paper and Envelopes
tc match, (without initial,) also Penholder
and Pen. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic vlewB of
? Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
street Bazaar. dec29
AN ARTICLE OF TRUE MERIT.-"Brown's
Bronchial Troches" are the most popular arti?
cle in this country or Europe for Throat Dis?
eases and Coughs, and this popularity ls based
upon real merit. _Jan9-tuths3
To BUSINESS MEN.-Save your money ^by
purchasing your Blank Books at th! East
Bay News Room._decU
FuRCHGorr, BENEDICT ? Co., No. 244 King
street, invite the attention of the ladies to
their elegant stock of Tarletans, In all colors,
which will be offered at greatly reduced prices.
Cheilly'8 celebrated warranted Gloves only $2.
P. P. TOALE'S MANUFACTORY AND WARE
BOOMS of builders' material of all descriptions
are the most extensive and complete in the
Southern States, and strangers interested in
such matters ehould not fall to pay them a
visit. The factory is situated on Horlbeck's
wharf, near the Northeastern Railroad depot,
and the warerooins are located at No. 20
Hayne street and No. 33 Pinckney street
within half a m mute's walk of the Charleston
HoteL . _augl8-thstu
THE LARGEST, cheapest and best ' made
Stock, Doors, Windows and Blinds, Ac, to be
had in the South. A good 3x7 inch and ? Door,
for $3 20; Windows and Blinds, complete,
8x10, $2 75; 10x12, $3 50; 10x14, $3 90 per pair.
Call and examine before purchasing else?
where. I. H. HALL & Co., corner East Bay
and Market streets, Charleston, B. C. Send
for price list. jan8
^.AOK-ULMO- On the'eveningof January l?,at
1 ue residence of the bride's father, by fi? T. wmk
ler, D. D., ROBERT M. MA?DK, of Sumter, 8. c."; to
ROSA E., yooDgeat daughter of Captain P. H.
Ulmo, of Charleston, 8. OT Ko cards.
WESTON-FINLEY.-on the otb instant, at St.
Thaddens' Church, Aiken, by the Rev. Ur. Edger
K>n.-G>-B.-W*6TON?-Mr?., ol Georgetown, S. C., to
EBTHBB ELLIOTT, eldest daughter of Hon. Peron
nean Finley._ * j
. Special Notices.
^DIVJNE SERVICE WILL S&^COS
DUCTED In the Orphans' Chapel, On SABBATH AF?
TERNOON, at half-past 3 o'clock, 'oy the Kev. O. R.
BRACKET?. " r janl3
JW TRINITY CHURCH.-REV. LOVIC
PIERCE, D.D., wit] preach TO-MOBBOW MORNING,
at half-past40 o'clock. Snnday-School in the af?
ternoon at's o'clock, ana the dc sin g services of
the Week ol Prayer at night at 7 o'clock.
pm-ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH.
The Rev. T. W. DOSH having been temporarily
detained in Virginia by sickness and a death in
his family, the E cv. JOHN H. HONOUR will per?
form Divine Service In his stead, In this Church,
TO-MORKOW MORNING, at the nsnal honr, and In
the afternoon, at half-patt 3 o'clock. Sabbath
School after Morning Service. . Jin13
SERVICE will be held In thia Church TO-MORBOW
MORNING, at bair past io o'clock, and in the even?
ing, at hall past 7 o'clock, the f ev. R. P. CUTI, EN
officiating. All strangers are cordially Invited to
attend. Subject for the evening discourse : 'The
Atonement by Blood. Janis
^THE MARINERS' CHURCH WILL,
be ( pen for Divine Service every SABBATH MORN?
ING, at half-past io o'clock, corner of Church and
Water streets. Services by the Rev. W. B. TATES,
Chaplain. Sunday School at half-past 3 P. M.
ALL PHIZES DBiWN IN THE
Sonth Carolina Land and Immigration Associa-?
uon Gift Concert Distribution, will be paid on and
after MONDAY; the 15th instant. Janl8-3
CONSIGNEES PfiR STEAMSHIP
I JAMES AUGER, from New York, are notified that
[she will THIS DAT discharge cargo at Ad
ger'a Wharf. Gooda uncalled for at sunset will
remain on the wharf at owners' risk.
JanlS-l JAMES ADO ER A CO.. Agents.
?m- BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OP
PUBLIC LAND.-The Board or Commissioners or
Public Land will, at Its next mee Ung, to be held
on WIDNBSDAT EVXNING next, the nth instant,
elect the following Officers for the laatitutlona
under their charge:
A Supetlntendent to the Aabley River Asylum
an 1 House of Refuge.
A Chief Steward fur the Ashley River Asylum.
The Superintendent will be required to give
bond In the penal sum of $5000, with security, to
be approved by the Board of Commisioners.
Applicants must state names of their securities,
'and hand m the same on or before that day.
N. B.-The Hoaae or Refuge, formerly known as
the House or correction.
Ashley River Asylum, rormerly known as the
Old Folks' Home.
By order. J. M. F. DZ REEF,
j an 13 Sec etary B. 0. P. L.
pm* ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
notified that any debts contracted by the crew of
Steamship FLORIDA will not be paid by either
Captain or Consignees. A. TOBIAS'SONS,
pm* BOARD OP FI REMASTERS.
The Board at their next Meeting, 17th mat., will
electa CLERE OF THE BOARD. Applicants will
[?hand In their letters on or before that time.
JanSlO . B. M. STROBE Ls Clerk B. P.M.
pm* CONTRACTORS WANTED. -PAS?
TIES willing to oontract for the DIGGING AND
WASHING OF PHO;PHATES on property adjoln
I mg the Savannah and Charleston Railroad, nine
miles from this city, to the extent of l?.oto tons
per annum, or more, can obtain full Information
by applying at No. 141 Meeting street, up stairs
between the hours of 8 and 6 P. M. J ano tnthaa
pm*BANK OF CHARLESTON,
CHARLESTON, JANUARY 4, 1872.-Thia Bank
has resumed business as a Banking Corporation.
?jj JS* SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
TRUST COMPANY-SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Depositors are requested to leave their Booka to
be credited with the January Quarterly Interest,
\ doe lat proximo. All Deposits made on or before
! the 20th January will bear Interest from the 1st of
inti rest Six Per Cent, compounded quarterly.
dec22-fmwl2 F. A. MITCHELL, Cashier.
pm* OFFICE LIFE ASSOCIATION OF
AMERICA, ST. LOUIS, DECEMBER 28, 187!.-An
i Election for Directora or the Life Association of
; America will be held at the office cf the Associa?
tion, In the City of St. Louis, Mo., on thesoth day
[ of January, 1872.
Polis open furn ll A. M. to 3 P. M.
Jan6-ftu8 WM. HANLEY,"Secretary.
pm* CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK OP
SOUTH CAROLINA - CHARLESTON BRANCH,
No. 8 BROAD STREET.-Oaand after TnURSDAT,
18th January, 1872, the regular semi-annual inter?
est will be paid to depositors,
All in:erm not paid on the Slat day or January
will be added to the principal or the depositor,
and will draw interest as If deposited on the 1st
January. Depositors are requested to bring m
their books, that the interest may be entered.
Interest ls compounded quarterly, but payable &H
heretofore In january and July.
D. RAVENEL, Jr.,
pm* THE CHARLESTON CHARITA?
BLE ASSOCIATION. FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
FREE SCHOOL FUND.-OFFICAL RAFFLED
CLASS NO. 294- MORNING.
36-21- 3-72-73-67-69-48- 9-58-26-32
CLASS No. 295-EVKNIXO.
AS witness our hand at Charleston this l2th;day
of January, 1872. FENN PECK,
JAMES GILLILA ND,
^"SCREVEN HO CSE.-NOTICE TO
PARTIES INTERESTED.-Major JOHN W. CAM?
ERON has consented to conduct, and ia duly ap
' pointed Manager of the SCREVEN HOUSE.
dec20-lmo_ R. BRADLEY.
pm* MCLEAN HAS IT \ HAS WHAT ?
Why that beautiful set of TOY FURNITURE lor
Rande, made by a Charleston man, and the list is
tilling up fast. No time to be lost if you want a
pa* OFFICE OF THE CITY APPRAIS?
ER, CITY HALL, CHARLESTON, S. C., JAN CARY
l, 1872.-NOTICE.-Thia office will be opened from
this date, and remain open nniil the 20th Instant
tor Issuing Licenses lor the year 1872.
WM. H. EASTERBY,
jani-18 _City Appraiser.
To RENT, IN A PRIVATE FAMILY,
Furnished Rooms, wiih or without board,
beautifully adapted for two Bingle gentlemen.
Apply on premises at No. 19 Church street.
Jam 8-1?_- _
TO RENT, No. 22 BEAUFALN STREET,
a two and a half story Brick House, with
usual outbuildings. Apply at No. 64 Broad
street, second story._Janl3-2
TO RENT, THE OLD-ESTABLISHED
Planing Mill and Lamber Yard known as
Clark's Planing MDL corner or Beau'atn and
Lynch streets. Tne Mill ls of brick, 41 by 80 feet;
so-horae Engine, ona Woodworth Planing Ma?
chine, Lath, Edging and Cross-cut Saws. The
Engine ana Machinery will either be sold to the
part; renting or removed. On the Lot ls a two
story Brick Morehouse, 22 by 103 feet, for storing
white pine, Ac, with stables, offices, and large
cistern attached, all built in the most substantial
manner. Tne Lot, 140 by 240 feet, has a water
front on Oumming's creek for landing lumber, Ac.
For terms, apply to J. H. STE1NMBYER or A. J.
BA RToN, west end of Beaofain street.
FARMERS' FEBT?LJ7,EB J0OMP?NY.
An Adjourned Mee\,Cn 0f tbs Stockholders
SrV^t' ?? 7 ?'c100^ An Election for ?mears
will beheld. H. LEE,
Janl3-sm2 (jier? p> Q0P
rPHE. ANNUAL MEETING -OF -THE
X Stockholders of the South Carolina Rall?
rop.d Company and of the Southwestern Railroad
jack win be held at the Southwestern Railroad
Bank, Broad street, on FSBHUABY 18th, proximo,
at ll o'clock A. ii.
On the following day an election will be held
for Fifteen Directors of the .Railroad Company
and Thirteen Directors of the Bank.
Stockholders will be passed over the road, to
and from the meeting, free of charge.
The proposed Amendment to Amele i. Section
1 or the By-laws, changing the time of the annual
meeting, "by striking out February, on second
Une, and Inserting April," will come np for ac?
tion at this meeting. J. R. EMEdY,
janl3 smwi4_ Secrerary.
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTH ANNI
VERSiRY OF THE GERMAN' FRIENDLY
SOCIETY.-Tne one Hundred and Sixth Anniver?
sary of the German Friendly Society will be cele?
brated on WEDNESDAY, January 17, 1872, at the
Hall or the Freundschaftabund.
The members will assemble at 12 o'clock M., for
tba transaction of business.
A Poll for the election or Officers for the ens n
Ince year will bs onenedat 1 o'clock, and closed at
The members and their guests will reassemble
at 6o'clock P. M., precisely, when Dinner w?l be
served. JOHN A. BLUM,
THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-The Seventy-seventh
Annual Meet lng will be held at the Board of Trade
Rooms, on THURSDAY, I8?.h January, at half-past
7 P M.
By order Of the President, janli-thsrnwths
fJHE FOURTH ANNUAL
Will be given at
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1872.
Tickets of Admission ONE DOLLAR. Tickets
can be had of the lollowlng Committee:
J. h. LILIESTHAL, Chairman.
J. H. OE I JEN, F. D. C. KRACKE, JB.,
F. W. M KY ER, H. W. TIDEMANN,
JCB. KNOBELOJH, C. H. on EN,
O. C. SCH M ETZ CR, JR., W. E. KLEIN.
WANTED, A COLOBBD BOY, ABOUT
is years of age. - Apply in the rear of the
Board of Trade.- _Jao.18-1*
WANTED, A WOMAN SERVANT TO
cook and wash for a family of two. Apply
arNo. 45 Tradd street.._ J m?a-i?
WANTED, A COOK, WHITE OB COL
OREO, apply at the Booth corner of. Water
street and the Battery._Janl8>l?
WANTED, ALL PARTIES HAVING 8E
C05D-U AND FURNITURE to know that
they can obtain a good price by addressing P. 0.
box, No. 122._ janl2-fBtns4*
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the Cheapest and best warranted
Sewing Machine in the market ls the HOME SHUT?
TLE, price $26 and |37. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency. No. 61 Basel street, oppo .-i te Express
Offlee. T. L. BIsBELL._Janis-cmo
VEGETABLE COOK WANTED AT THE
Charleston Hotel. None need apply unless
WANTED TO PUBCHASE, TWO
Second-hand ENGINES, with Saw and
Fixtures complete; one portable, 20 to 26 horse?
power; ihe other stationary, 20 to 26 horse-power,
apply to W. P. DOWLING No. 9 noyce's Wharf.
WANTED EVEBYBODY TO KNOW
that you can get a First-Claas SEWING
MACHINE from LCNsFQBJ), smith street, near
Wentworth, cheaper than from any other man in
the city or bute. Olvo him a oall and see for
yourself._j _ nov28
dhO'TK A MONTH, EXPENSES PAID,
(GO I t) Male or Female Agents.-Boree and
ou i ni luruished to sell onr UNIVERSAL CEMENT,
Combination Tunnel, Button Hole cutter and
other artfibles. Circulars iree. Address Novelty
Company, Saco, Me._novl4-78
AGENTS WANTED l-FOR THE UNI?
VERSAL TWINE AND TUfcEAD CUTTER;
aaves time, twice, thread, fingers and teeth.^ome
thlng everybody wanta Samples malled on re?
ceipt Of 26 Cents. Address GLUKOE DAVIS, No.
6W> Broadway, New York. oci30-3moa
Cost ano Jronno.
LOST, BETWEEN MISOBITY AND
Society streets, a BUNCH OF KEYS. A re
waid will be given If lett at the corner of East
Bay and Society streets.-_JajflM
I T OST, ON THE 9TH INSTANT, A GOLD
IJLi KEYSTONE of a Royal Arch Mason: name
ui owner and date on same. A reward win be
paid fur its recovery. Apply at the Northeastern
Railroad. _jan 11-3?
LOST, ON EAST BAY, NEAR VENDUE
Range,, or on Vendue Range, a Package
containing Twenty-five Dollars. A liberal reward
will be given. If left at this i dee._Jans
NOTICE.-STRAYED OB STOLEN,
from No. 6 Vanderhorst street, a large New
nuundland DOO; black, with a white spot on his
breast. A liberal reward ?ld be paid for his re
every, and no gaea1 lons asked. _Jan9
LOST, ON THE EVENING OF THE 4TH
Inst., on King. Archdale or Beaut am streets,
a ueavy SEAL KINO. A suitable reward wi J be
paid for Its recovery. Apply at this office.
BAND EXPOSITION AND SALE OP
IX EUROPEAN PLANTS AND BULBS.
KAMEL A CO., Florists and Horticulturists, have
arrived in Charleston with a large assortment o :
Hothouse and Garden Plants; Fruit Tress of all
kinds; new Roses of the choicest varieties, in
cluulng Standards, Monthly Roses, and Dwan:
Roses; a rich collection or Bulbs, including Lit
Boole de Canon, which is universally admired for
Its exquisite Howers;Flower and Vegetable Seedu
of all kinds; st. Petersburg stawberrles, bearing
trott every month of the year as large as a ben's
egg; also a number of other Plants too long for
Thia splendid (tock is en exhibition and for
eale at No. 157 KINO STREET._Jaul3
HORSES AND MULES.-JUST AR?
RIVED from Kentucky, and for sale at
Mina House statics, 40 head No. 1 work Horses,
t gether with a lot of No. 1 plantation Moles.
Planters and others would do well to look In at
this stock, as the terms are easy._Janl2-Q
JCST ARRIVED FROM KENTUCKY, 65
head Fine MULES AND HORSES, from
three to five years old-to snit plantation and city
use. Also, Fine Saddle and Draft PONIES, from
three to five years old. To be sold at low rates.
H. HORRES A M. HOGAN, Sale Stable, Corner
King and Spring streets._jan8 6?
m WO OR THREE MORE FIRST-CLASS
X SEWING MACHINES for sale cheap. Call at
LUNSFORD'S, Smith street, near Wentworth.
FOR SALE, A BARGAIN.-THE SUB?
STANTIAL BRICK CHURCH BUILDING,
corner Hasel and Anson streets. Offered low if
applied for immediately, at C. VOIOT, Chairman
, Vestry, No. 86 Market street._Janl0-ws7
17 OR SALE OR TO RENT, A GOOD BU
Jj siNESs Corner Store and Dwelling, in Rut?
ledge street, opposite Shepherd street. Terms
accommodating. Apply to T. D. GRANT, No. 67
Rutledge street, four doora above Line street,
j^OUNT ZION SCHOOL,
WI?NSBORO', S. 0.
The Spring Session opens Monday, January
29, 1872. The conree of instruction affords thor?
ough preparation for any department cf univer?
sity study o r for business lire. The Virginia
Military Institute baa recently conferred upon
this Scnool an Annual Prize Scholarship, cover?
ing the entire course tn that Institution.
Address M. M. FARROW,
KING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY
SCHOOL. YORKV1LLE, S. C.-The first
session of the Schoal year, 1872, will begin on the
1st of February, and end on the 30th of June.
TERMS -For School expenses, L e., Tuition,
Board, Washing. Fuel, Lights, Books, stationery,
Ac, $136, payable io advance. Circulars contain?
ing full infirmatlon may be obtained upoi appli?
cation IQ COLONEL A COWARD.
dec9-stnth2mo3 Principal and Proprietor.
I feofgrgg, tigers, Ut. jfcJ
jg A"S T E ff N ? A?T! S"~$
:.I0:0 hales EASTEEN HAY, to arrive, and for
sale In lots to ault purchasers by
JOHN H. HOLMES,
?OGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BBAN
DT, IN U. 5. BONDED STOKES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
Oller for sale from u. s. Bondad Warehousa,
Choice COGNAC and .LA ROCHELLE BRANDY,
varions vintages, m
? a arter causa
Cases or one dosen battles each.
pHOIOE WHITE MILLING COEN AND
FLOUR, LANDING THIS DAY.
MORDEOAI A CO., No. 110 Eas- Bay, offer for
Bale invoices Choice White MILLING CORN and
Extra FLOUR, landing thia day. angS-eao
JJABMONY'S S HERBY WINE.
A. TOBIAS* SONS, ?o. no East Bay. oller for
sale an Invoice or Choice HARMONY'S PALE
SHERRY WINE. A. TOBIAS' SONS.
QHOIOE HAVANA CIGARS.
! MORDEOAI & CO., Nc 110 East Bay, Oker fur
aaie an Invoice or unoice HAVANA CIGARS,
direct from Factory m Havana. augS-emo
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. no East Bay, offer for
sale an Invoice of FIRE CRACKERS, landing this
day._ K angs-gmo
T7TNEGAB, PRUNES, WHITE WINE,
V CLARET, Ac
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White wine, imported direct from
France. ' aug8-emo
JgNGLISH POSTER AND ALE.
, A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agenta of Messrs. Edward
? George Hibben, of London, offer for sale Hlb
bert's PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pinU
and quarte. augs-emo
gQg KING STREET. QQQ
economical establishment,- where can be found
everything to gladden the housekeeper, has re?
plenished the Btoak or articles in Its-line, and the
demand for all of the choicest articles can now be
met; and, as heretofore, satisfaction guaranteed.
In commencing a new year, the
people always profit by past experience, and the
chief member or thia Arm having an extended
knowledge or the
business, knows exactly what is needed to make
a success in what he undertakes, and no
in this city can surpass this one for cheapnesa
and the character or the goods on sale, aa ls evl*
denced by the undiminished demands .
unabated interest - of consumers. Large addi,
tiona have been made to the already numerous
stock. Also, the specialty-that dollar
has been greatly augmented; la fact, nowhere
can be rona d a more complete and varied assort?
ment than at this
(Brand flrfo Pietribnt.ott.
Q.OLD BONDS I GOLD BONDS I
THE THIRD GRAND SINGLE S?d BER RAFFLE
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION
UNITED STATES GOLD BONDS,
WILL TARE PLACE AT No. 147 MEETING ST.,
ON THURSDAY, THE 26TH DAY OF JAN'Y,
AT ONE O'OLOCIK, IN PUBLIC.
THE SCHEDULE OF AWARDS OF THE GOLD
BONDS CAN BE SEEN AT ANY OF
THE AGENTS' OFFICES 1 Z'SI?M
THE RAFFLE WILL POSITlVELT TAKE PLACE
ON THE DAY NAMED !
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION
No. 147 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON.
CERTIFICATES FIVE DOLLARS EACH 1
BEMOVAL-CAVA NAUGH A WELSH
having removed their Plumbing, Tinning
and Stove Establishment from No. 93 Market
street to Meeting street, opposite Circular Church,
are now ready to give prumpt attention to ailor
der* entrusted to their care. Jan4-.thsto5
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS m large or (mau quantitlea.
Price 60 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at. the
office Of TOB HEWE rnajis .
Jfl S H B 0 A ! J? I S H B OE^l
% FISH ROES, Pickled and Dried, at
WELCH'S GROCERY. jg
' ggjjarlMgg^jlgl^B^I^ S
QHOICE SMOKED TONGUES, AT 6?> |
souBfd P?OS FEET, at
JURIED FIGS, -HI DRUMS AND BAS
. KETS, at cost, Piloetat
-_ WELCH'S GROCERY.^ -
CAROLINA CORN WHISKEY.
at $2 per Gallon, a Specialty. Guaranteed ?ure,,
at WELCH'S GROCERY;
Goods delivered free of charge. gogjg
g A LT! SALT!. SALT!
93fl sacks Ground Rock SALT.
For aale cheap by ' HENRY CARD.
janp-6 ; . Accommodation Wharf.
jgUGAB 1 SUGAR ! ? SUGAB ! . j.
DIRECT IMPORTATION* P;?R BRIO SUSSEX.
200 ands. Good to Prime D EMERA RA SUGAR.
For sale In lota to snit purchasers by
W. P. HALL,
ja.MO-4 Brown'? Wharf.
A N D PLASTER.
KOO b?rrela warranted Pure Nova Scotia LAND
PLASTER. For sale by ?V
i HERMANN BUL WINKLE, Kerr's Wnarf.*
jami i . . : . ??: .
rjlHE GREAT GROCERY DEPOT,
NO. 190 KING STREET.
LINLEYS CHEAP STORE,
No. 190 K IN G STREBT.
THE GREAT CROCKERY DEPOT,
I No. 190 KING STREET.
THE, GREAT GLASSWARE DEPOT,
Na IBO KING STREET.
THE GREAT FRENCH CHINA DEPOT.
NO. 190 KING STREET.
THE GREAT TOY AND FANCY GOODS f
: NO. 190 KING STREET.
LINLEYS CHEAP STORE,
Ka 190 KING STREET.
? THE OBEAT HOUSE-FURNISHING DEPOT,
NO. 190 KING STREET. ^ .
- % \
None*.-The Business heretofore condacted at
No. ss 8 Kio g street will bo discontinued 'on the
?th of JANUARY, 1872, and the nndertlgn?d-w?l .
be pleased to see his customers at the NEW
STORE, No. 190 King street. -
JOBB W. LINLEY.
ginction 5oka--^fttttirg -Bagg,
By H. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
0N THURSDAY, 18TB INSTANT, AT ll
o'clock, will be sold at tbe Pcs tom ce, Broad
The desirable RESIDENCE No. 8? America
street, having tin roof, cistern, donnie piazza, five
roo rcs. besides attics, pantry and drenlng'room;
also, Kitchen of four rooms. The Lot measures
(fl feet fl inches front, 90 feet rear, by leo feet l?
depth, more or less. r- y '.
Terms-One-hall cash; balance in one and two
years, secured as nsn?L . Jan 13-a wibi j .
Bj W, T. LEITCH Sc R. S. BRUNS, [
TWENTE WOODEN RESIDENCE AT THE
< ? northeast cerner of Thomas and Radcliffe I
Will be sold on THURSDAY, the. 18th instant; ?
at ll o'clock, at the east end of Broad street, -> 3
That THREE AND A HALF STORY WOODEN .
RESIDENCE, with, all necessary outbuildings, .
situated aa above. Tbe property ba? been placed I
in complete repair, and now ready ror occupancy. I
Lot measures 75 feet fron t, by-119 feet m depth..
Te rms-one-third each; balance tn one. two and I
three years, with interest, secured by bond and ?
mortgage, insurance of the property and au Iga- |
ment of the policy. Pnrobasar to pay for papes
and stamps and city taxes for 1872. -
By TV. T. LEITCH & B. S. BBTJSS,
Amcllonetn. V .
T> EFE REE'S SALE-FORECLOSURE OF
XV Mortgage- R> S. Bruns vs. J. C Lacoste
and the Homestead Building and Loan Associa*
By virtue of an order for sale in this case, made
by i he Hon. R. F. Graham, Judge of the First Cir?
cuit, I will oder for sale at Public Anstfon, on
FRIDAY, the 2d day or February, 1872, at ll
o'clock in the forenoon, at tbe Poatofflce, at the
foot of Broad street, Charleston, & O.,
All that PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND, with the
buildings thereon, situate, lying and being on ?
the north Bide of Montagne street, in the City of
Charleston, and State or South Carolina, meas?
uring and containing in front on said street six?
ty nine (69) feet, more or less, from east to weat,
and in depth from south ta north two hundred
and twenty-five (226) feet, more or lesa; batting
and bounding on lands o' Mr. Gray to the north,
to the south on said street, to the easton Land or
Mrs. Dawson. M ra Tit ton and others, and to the
west on Land of the Estate of J. and S. Black?
Terms-One-half cash; fei an ce payable In twp
equal successive annual instalments, with in?
terest thereon at the rate of seven per cent, per
annum, payable annually, secured by bond or
bonds of the purchaser and mortgage of the
premises, the buildings to be insured and policy
of insurance assigned. Purchaser to pay for
papers and stamps. W. M. BRUNS,
CENTRAL (Ga) RAILROAD STOCK
Macon and Western Railroad Stock
Southwestern (Ga.) Railroad stocky
Western (Ala.) Railroad Bonds (endorsed by Cent? ^
ral Railroad and G orgia Railroad)
Atlantic and Gnir Railroad Bonds Af
Atlanta City BondB.
By A. C. KAUFMAN,
janl2-2 No. 26 Broad street.
jgONDS, COUPONS, Ac,
GOVERNMENT, STATE, CITY AND RAILROAD?
BONDS AND COUPONS
Uncurrent Bank Notes
Gold and Sliver
Land Warranta i
Dealt regularly In. K
COLLECTIONS OF DIVIDENDS, COUPONS AND
COMMERCIAL PAPER-sight and Time-ripon 5
all points in the United States, made opon the
most favorable terms, and proceeds promptly so
r AU business attended to with fidelity and
A. 0. KAUFMAN,
decB tntbs No. 26 Broad street.
BOARDING -A FEW BOARDERS CAN
be accommodated at No. iso Wentworth
I street, west end. _Jani8-.fr
BOARDING.-A SMALL FAMILY AND
two single gentlemen can be accommodated
with BOKARD by applying at Ho. 79 Wentworth..
BBS^jBs ' _ Jania-4"
i ri FEW^?r-SNTLEMEN, OB TWG? COU- :
l\ PLKS,-maysecnre pleasant Board by appiy
. mg immediately at No. 10 Society street, corner
cf ansoh." "' T " " janfl-sufihl* g