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GLIMPSES OF GOTHAM.
NXWm. YORK ENJOYS A HANGING
Roger? a Victim to a Panic-How
Criminal li Choked to Death In th
Nineteenth Century-The Future of
the Tribune-The vice-President and
the Editorship- Fallare of ??Africa
Stanley as a Lecturer-Mr. Fronde
and Olary tineen of scots, Again.
[FROM OTJB OWN OORBXSPOKDBNT.]
NEW YORK, December 7.
Society ls feeling quite comfortable and
happy over the banging of a ruffian In Brook?
lyn yesterday. Society has been In a panic
because, owing to Its own maudlin cowardice
the criminal classes have been riding rough
shod over everything lately. We are lu a flt
of virtuous indignation, and the first mur?
derer whose time was near had to suffer for
lt. Had Scannet spared Donohue and King
confined his pistol practice to a sporting gal?
lery, lt ls likely that Hr. Bogers, who was
choked to death yesterday, would have suc?
ceeded In getting a new trial. He might
have bad satisfaction at the gallows, though,
in reflecting that by the sacrifice of his Hie
those of the other thirty or forty odd assas?
sins in the New York and King's County Jails
will be saved. We have hanged a man
society is safe, and now lt is in order to gush
over the poor dear murderer again.
As to the ir an ncr ol the execution yesterday
lt was disgusting and horrible. The excuse
1B made for the sheriff by a morning paper
tbat hangings are BO rare now-a-days that we
cannot expect them to be done with neatness
and dispatch. But inexperienced as the offi?
cials were, it does not seem necessary that
the criminal should have been made to under?
go a lcjjgg drawn out preliminary torture be?
lora he waa put to death. A mob of people
are allowed to surround him in the ceil, and
wring his hands abd weep wildly over bim. and
then the sheriff approaches, and, with quiv?
ering voice, reads the warrant for execution.
Following him comes the executioner, who
straps the man's hands behind, decorates bis
head with a horrible black cap, and potting a
rope around his neck, adjusts the knot
carefully, under the left ear. Thus arrayed
the criminal goes lortb, supported on all
aides, front rear, right and left, by five Briests,
ehauntiog the-, prayers for the dying. With
solemn,- measured tread the procession
marches over a long prison yard to one cor?
ner where a great crowd of "special deputy
sheriffs" are gathered. Hats are defied and
all eyes are turned upon the central figure.
So wonder that, under the accumulation of
these dreadful ceremonies, the pluck of tue
fellow, gave way and he fainted at the toot of i
the sallows. After be bad revived and, I ?
trembling in every limb, was put under the ,,
drop, it was some minutes before the praying f
and hand shaking was finished and he was j
allowed to depart in peace. He really died a
hundred deaths before his neck was broken.
Poor Hr. Greeley is In bis grave and tho j
world has returned to business again. The
only tokens of the recent mourning to be
seen are at the Tribune office, whose doors |
and windows are still clothed with black.
The Hisses Greeley respectfully decline the j
fund proposed for their benefit, and lt ls
probable oh at the public's anxiety to do some
thing will take tbe shape of a monument lu
Central Park. -There ls already a considera?
ble sum In the bands of Hr. Dana, ol the Sun,
raised some months ago for a statue of Ur.
Greeley lu Printing House Square. A bronze
Franklin occupies tbe end next to the Tri?
bune offloe, (Hr. Greeley presided at Its un?
veiling.) and lt was proposed to put "Our
later Franklin" at the olber end In Iront of
the new Staats Zeltung building.
There is a good deal of speculation among
newspaper men about the future of the Tri?
bune. Mr. Greeley made it a power, bot now
he is gone, lt seems to have almost lost its
individuality. Whitelaw Held ls a clever
young taurnaltflt, hut he is not "heavy guns
enough* to keep up the old reputation ol tbe
eper. January is coming on, when tbe coun
' annual subscriptions are usually renewed,
and what have the Tribune stockholders to
offer their rural patrons in return for having
abandoned tbe Republican par tv * It ls a seri?
ons business question.
The rumor lo that tbe Tribune will go back
to the party. There Is no field for it outside,
uslesa lt wants to try the experiment ot being
an Independent Journal, In Imitation of tbe
Herald.. The Liberal Republican party can
hardly bc Bald to have an existence, lt cer?
tainly ls not numerous enough to support an
organ of the magnitude of the Tribune. The
World-ls the Democratic organ, and cannot
well be displaced by a new comer. The re
port ls. I repeat, that the Tribune will have to
make its peace with the party lt attempted to
overthrow, and as a conciliatory means to?
wards that end a man pf distinction, whose
Radicalism Is orthodox. Will be put at the head
of lu affairs. Humor revives the name ef vice
President Colfax in this connection, and I also
hear those of General Hawley, of the Hartford
Courant, and Bev. Henry Ward Beecher men
Th? nomination of Colonel James L. Orr, of
Sooth Carolina, as minister to Russia by the
President-, provokes comment from the New
York papers. They generally speak favor?
ably of him, and the Sunday News, after re?
viewing Bis public career, pronounces him to
be one of the "luckiest ot politicians." - He ls
not credited with transcendant abilities, but
with what ls better-being one of fortune
. Perhaps you will remember the doubts
expressed in one ot these letters of the peen
nlary success of Stanley, tbe Herald reporter,
as a lecturer. Rullmao, the manager, de
celvesjVby the fuss.made over Stanley Tn Eng?
land and duly exaggerated by the Herald
here, made the preposterous offer to him of
an engagement for one hundred nights at Ave
hundred dollars per night. There ls really
nothing in Stanley to attract a crowd after
- ' you have read the Herald's very full report of
his travels In Africa. So, lt seems, the publlo
thought, for last evening, when the third
lecture of his course was to come off at Stein
- -way Hall, the doors were not opened. About
twenty people holding season tickets were
clamoring for admission, and were informed
that Mr. Stanley would not lecture any more
BS the former lectures bad not paid expenses
Here h a chance now for the Herald to All the
vacancy made in Its Cuban expedition by the
Ignominious retreat ol its late special corres
pondent, Henderson. Stanley ls the man to
heard the Spanish lion in bis den.
Mr. Moline, the chivalrous champion oftbat
" abused woman, the late Queen ol Scots,
; Mr. Fronde with two more columns of
brevier, this mortiny. I think lt ls lo
one of Smollett's novels tbat two Berving
men, a Scot and an Englishman, wax so warm
In a dispute over the character of the long
defunct Queen, that they strip and pummel
each other soundly. There ls danger that
Fronde and Hellne will come to blows; that
is, if tbe former is of a pugnacious tempera?
ment and the latter continues to goad him as
he dld to-day.
Mr. fronde last week threw np all his en
gagement? to lecture, on the plea onliness:
but it ia announced now that he will lecture
In Hew. Haven, and Brooklyn. In the latter
city he will speak on two new subjects, "A
Bishop of the Middle Ages," and "Toe Open?
ing of the Reformation." NTH
y - ? ? is? i. ?
-The Anderson Intelligencer says: "We
aie pained to record the death of Hr. William
Mattlson, an aged and respected citizen,
which occurred at bis residence near Honea
Path, on last Sunday morning, December 1st,
In the eighty-sixth year of bis age. Mr. Mat?
tlson was a soldier in the war of 1812, and
was an upright and useful member of socie?
ty. He Joined the Baptist Churoh last sum
O. O. PLENGE,
NO. 201 KINO STREET,
Invites the attention of the Public to his
FINE STOCK OF
HITS, CAPS MD Finis.
CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS
.4& A Specialty.
201 King Street.
Olotijing aub Jnrrusijmg ?OCC?.
J. H. LAWTON,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILDING,
Corner ot King- and Market Streets,
_Scots, Srjots, &z.
THE GREAT SECRET
las been bold inviolate by the "Draft for many
Bnturtes, and THE QREXT SIC BET of success in
ie transaction of every business ls comprised m
ARGE CASH SALES, with small profita The
ibacr Ibers fully realizing this mercantile fact,
ive opened another Retail Establishment at the
>rner of King and Wentworth streets, nnder the
asonlc Temple, and have Jost received and
Freth and Complete S'ock of Boots and
loes of the latest and most fashionable styles,
ir Ladies. Hisses, Genta. Boys and Children;
igether with a large variety of Tranks, Valises
itchels and Ladles' Belt Bags, to all .of which
tey Invite the attention of friends, customers
id the public generally,
LT THE NEW MASONIC
LEWIS, ELIAS & CO.?
D. 294, CORNER KING AND WENTWORTH 8TS.
tailoring, jPrtjjjjjjgs jjfc
NEW GOODS !
MENKE ft MULLER,
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
?VITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO
iPLENDID NEW STOCK
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
ENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
AND CHOICE MATERIALS
r'OR C?8TOM WORK.
AN INSPECTION OF THE
3-OODS AND PRICES,
OR, XING ?ND WENTWORTH STS.,
19 RESPECTFULLY SOLICITE JJ.
OF THE CELEBRATED
181,260 SOLD IN 1871.
2,734 MORE THAN A\NI OTHER CO.
NO? 186 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ftntp entine tjools. Coopers' Kocie, ^ar?xoare, Qt.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
HACKERS. BRASS WIRE CLOTH.
DIPPERS. IRON WIRE CLOTH.
AXES. TRUSS HOOPS.
' FOR BALE BY
HART & CO.,
CORNER KING ANT3 MARKET STREETS,
39 HAYNE STREET,
itoncg gfoofts, Notions, &t.
JOHN 8. FAIRLY ft CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HOSIERY &. WHITE GOODS,
Ito. 37 HAYSE STREET,
Desire to eau the attention of Merchants visit?
ing tue city at tala time to their very ATTRACT?
IVE STOCK Of
AND OTHER GOODS SUITABLE
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Their usual Stock la also very F?LL AND DE?
SIRABLE IN EYE KT DEPARTMENT. They
solicit irom their customers and the Trade gen?
erally the favor of an early call. deoll io
doora, Saoftes ano SiinoB
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
8TORK DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDIKGS, WINDOW GLASS,
NEWELS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS,
No. 30 Hayne street,
FACTORY, H OB LB E OK'S WHARF
WOOD MOULDINGS, STAIR RAILS, NEWELS, j
AND. ALL KINDS OF FANCY GLASS.
LARGE STOCK-LOWEST RATE8|
ORDER WORK SOLICITED.
SEND FOR ESTIMATE AND PRICE LISTS.
^ KEOGH ft THORNE,
?54 AND 256 CANAL STREET,|
deos-lyr * " Weir York City. 1
SASHES, BLINDS, DOORS.
WHITE PINE, WALNUT
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND
Bend for Price Ll Et.
I. H. HALL & CO.,
BAST BAY AND MARKET STREETS,
VICINITY OF NSW OUSTOKHOUBK.
AIKEN HOTEL, AIKEN, S^?WcARf>
Having recently purchased, thoroughly over?
hauled and relisted the above Hotel, we respect?
fully announce to onr friends and the public thal
we are now ready to receive and eniertaln gaestf
In flrstolasa stylo. BALLEY A PEGG,
Or p. (Soo?i, &z.
J. il. READ & CO.
Invite s p eel a 1 a 11 ten t ! on to their choice
DRESS QOODS. SILKS, VELVET?
EENS, BLACK OUOD8, KID
(in all grades, tl 00 to $3 oo.)
EMBROIDERIES, FAS'CY GOODS.
CLOAKS, SHAWLS iJSO FURS.
IVO. 968 KING,
oppoarrs HASSL STRSIT.
?pi?ECHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 278 UKO STREET.
Will offer for the week commencing
Monday, December B, and throughout
.-"X TRA ORDINARY ATTRACTIONS
In Every Department.
A decided reduction bas been made In
all oar prices, and we offer this week.
In all of oar Departsment.
And au In need of Goods will do well
to call and examine our stock.
We mention below the prices of cal j
few of our goodB :
loo pieces 4 4 Wamsutts, Bleached.only
s c?sea 4-4 Bleached, 12.sj and 16, worth
lft and 18 rents
s cases 10-4 Sheeting, only 40 cents
2 bales 8-4 While Flannels, 20ceniB,
5 bales 3 4 White Flannels, 2ft and 80,
worth 80 and 40 cents
? cases io 4 White Blankets, only $3 50
100 pieces Floe Cassi me re, $1 $125,
worth SI 60
so pieces Fino Casslmere,$i 60, worth $2
lease Plain and Figured Dress Goods,
25 pieces Fine Poplin, 80 and 85 oents
50 pieces Black Alpaca, only 60 cents,
Great Reduction la Blsck 811ks
Great Reduction in Colored Silks
Great Redaction In Vaionrs.silk Poplins
and Fine Dress Goods
Great Redaction In Mourning Goods
Slx-lnoh sash Ribbon, only fl, all
Great Bargains In all the New Sh ad ec
Qreat Bargains In Bows, Ties and Silk
Great Bargains in Kid Gloves, (see
Great Bargains in Laoes, Handker?
chiefs, Cuffs and Collars
Great Bargains in Jet Sets, Hair Orna?
ments, Ac, Ac
Great Bargains In Silk Trimmings,
Full Lines of Ladles' Usderwear
Fall Lines of Gents' Furnishing Goods
Fall Lines of Hosiery and Notions
AU St Great Bargains.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED IN
CARPETS, OIL CLOTH,
MATTINGS AND RUGS.
Fine VELVET CARPETS marked down
Fine English-Body Brussels Carpet
Fine English Tapestry Brussels marked
Fine Three Ply Carpet marked down
Fine Wool carpets marked down
Fino Ingrain Carpets marked down
Fine Hemp carpets marked down
Fine Venetian Carpets marked down
Good Quality Ingram Carpets for 66,66
and 76 cen ta
Good 4-4 Hatting marked down
Oilcloths, Rugs,Mats, all marked down.
Our Wholesale Departments are com
nlete, and we constantly offer Great
Bargains to Merchants, Farmers, and
allin need of Goods.
Oar Millinery Department is the beal
assorted in this market.
FUROHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
No. 276 King Street.
pianos, CDrgons, m.
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
Furnished at factory prices for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. McCLEN AH AN,
Plano and Musis Store,
sep3-imo8 No. 161 King street,
jj^T? LTVETP o oL.
The A? Iron Bark MAGNET, Wm.
Brown, Master, will have dlipa'ch for the
Fer Freight Engagements apply to
, GIBB, ii & HARNWELL,
declS_ North Atlantic Wharf.
r,!?.6T FTst-class Brinah Ship ISLAND A
HOME, sinclair, Master, h ai lng a portion?
of her cargo engaged will a? ve immediate*
patch. Apply to HENRY UARD,
. " Exchange Rance,
dec*_ ' Atlantic Wharf.
pOR NEW YOEE.
ON THURSDAY, 19TH DECEMBER, AT
10 O'CLOCK A. M.
NEWIEOff STEAM LINE- ESTABLISHED 18T0.
STATE BOOMS ALL ON DECK.
Ti ie Splendid New Iron 3ldewheel Steamship
SOUTH CAROLINA, Eec se t, Commander, will
tall for New York oa THTJBJIDAY, IB h December,
?t io o'clock A. M, from Pier No. 2, Union
Through Bills of Lading i o Liverpool and the
Sew England cities as usuaL
sar Insurance ey steamets of this Une X per
For. Freight or Passage engagements, having
rerj Une Deck Stateroom aooommodattons. ap?
ply to WAGNER, HUGER A CO.. No. 23 Broad
itreet, or to WM. A. COURTENAY, NO. l Union
PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM
BE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
. VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
GULP STREAM, Cap ti,in Hunter.
Lre now regularly on the Lice, insuring a first
lass sea connection between Philadelphia and
marleston, and In alliance with Railroad Compa?
res at both termini, arrara" iv pia transportation
o and from all points in the Cotton States, and
o apo from Cincinnati, st. LooSs,Chicago and the
?rindpal cities of the North wost, Boston. Provl
ence and the Eastern Manulacturlng Centres,
ay Tho VIRGINIA Is api ointed to san from
Irown's Wharf on FRIDAY, l3sh December, at 8
'dock P. M.
MW The GULF STREAM Trill follow.
For particulars of Freight i.rrangements. apply
o WM. A. COURTENA f, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A 00., General Agents, No. ia
ontti Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
P O B BALTIMORE.
?HEIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGF
BILLS LADING ISSUED
^[^^ TO ^?M?SSBB?
LND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Fine Steamship FALCON, J. F. Haynie
:om ra an J or, will sall for Haiti n are, on h ATCBDA Y,
4th December, at 4 o'clock i. M.
mw Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
tty by railroad from Baltimore without addi
ional insurance, and Oonagnees are allowed
mpi ; time to sample and sel their Goods fron
he Railroad Depot in Phlladeiplila.
For Freight or Passage a p pi ? to
PAUL & TRESHOLM, Agent,
decio o_Na l Union Wharves.
HB ANGE OF SAILING DATS.
.ACIFIC MATT. STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY KE DUDED.
Steamers or the above line lsave Plsr^ftfi
(o. 42, North River, foot of Canal ?"Mt *tfkn
few York, at 13 o'clock noon, of the lom. wSH
nd 80th of every month, except when these date?
Ul on sunday, then the Samt day preceding.
All departures connect at Panama with steam
ra for Sooth Padflo and Cest ral American ports.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran
Isco first of every month, except when it falls on
nnday-then on the day preceding.
No California Steamers to n h at Havana, but
o direct from New York to .LsplnwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult
[edlclhe and attendance free. 1
For Passage Tickets or other Information, apply
t the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, OB the
Pharf foot of Canal street, North River, New
orfc. F. R. BABT, Agent.
angio-lyr ? ?_
gt OR GARDNER'S BLUFF,
.ND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE PEE- j
DEE RIVER, VIA GEORGETOWN.
The Steamer PLANTER, Captain
. T. Foster, will receive Freight at.
accommodation Wharf, Fain ir and SATOKUAT,
he 18th and 14th Instant, anl leave on SATUR?
Freight and Whsrisge mos ; be prepaid.
For Freight or Passage aopl r on board, or to
HAVEN EL, ?ULMES A CO.
dec?a 8_Ko. so East Bay
pi O E SAVANNAH,
UESDAY, THURSDAY and SUNDAY EVENING,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
The Splendid Side-Wheel Steamers
HCTATOR and CITY POINT Willi
lave Southern Wharf as abore.
No extra charge made for Meals and State
For Freight and Passage apply to
K/LVENEL A CO.,
Corner Vand erhors t's Wt arf and Eas t, Bay.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
OR GEORGETOWN. S. 0.. TO TCHING AT SOUTH
ISLAND. WAVERLY, K KITHFIELD
AND WEYMOUTH MILLS.
FROM SOUTH COMMERCIAL WHARF.
On and after 1st December, the
teamer EMILIE, Captain 0. OL? _.
fhlte. will leave Char Iestyn ai above every SON
AT and WSDNSSDAY NIGHTS, at 9 o'clock. And
etnrnli-g, leave Geurgeiown nvery T?SSDAT and
KI DAT MORNINGS, at 6 O'ClOClt.
Freight received every SATURDAY and WKDNBS
All Freight and wharfage must be prepaid.
No Freight received after sunset.
Duplicate receipts required vi th all shipments.
For Freight or Passage apply on board or to
BHACKELFORD A KEiiLY, Agents,
North atlantic Wharf.
A. MORGAN, Agent, Georgetown, B. 0.
The Splendid Side-wheel Steamers,
MUTATOR. Captain L. M. Ooxetter,,
jlTY POINT, Captain Fitzgerald, ?rill leave
marleston every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SUN
>AT EVKHING, at 8 o'clock preclrely, for
GREEN COVE SPRINGS,
LND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Connecting at Palatka with steamers for ]
che Oclawaha River and with the Steamer STAR?
LIGHT for Enterprise, Mellor.vllle, and all points
in the Upper st. John's and Indian Rivers.
These fine Steamers, .bull ; In New York, espe?
cially adapted for the Floride trade, are furnished
with every comfort and convenience, aid afford
the OHEAPFST. SAFEST A1ID MOST COMFORT?
ABLE MEANS OF REACHING FLORIDA. They
provide a first-class table, veil famished, com?
fortable staterooms, and make NO EXTRA
CHARGE FOR M15ALS ANU STATEROOMS.
They land almost at the doors of the principal
Hotels of an above points, saving the invalid and
taurist the dangers and dilromforts or frequent
changes. j.- ? ,
Osnneot at Fernandina Trtth Florida Railroad
for all points in the Interior, and with Railroad
for New Orleans sud Havant* via Cedar Keys.
For Freight or Passage, imply to
RA YEN EL 4 CO., Agents,
Oerner Vanderhdrst's W harf and East Bay.
By j^?l?BT, ALEXAJTDEK & CO.
ESTATE SALE, BY ORDER OP THE
' EXECCTR IX
THIS DAY, 13 ta. in HI a uti wi il be sold at tba
comer of Franklin and Magazine streets, at ll
o'clock, on account of an festste,
0 Carts, ic, Ac.
Conditions casa._ gagg
By F. P. SALAS,
EAKINS, ALMOND8, WINES, 4c, Ac,
IMPORTED BY W, P. HALL.
THIS DAY , theista inst., at ll o'clock, A. M.,
will be sold at Middle A'lantic Wharf,
Tbe CARO1 ? of toe Spsntsn Bark providencia,
Just arrived from Barcelona and Malaga, and es?
pecially selected for thia market :
800 whole boxea LAYEK RAISINS
16C0 half rj xes Layer Raisins
2000 quarter b >xes Layer Raisins
io boxes Figs
26 bair barrels Grapes
60 boxes Lamons
IT cases, of 12 cartoons each, Layer Raisins
6 cases, of 24 cartoons ea?h, Layer Raisins
109 saoSd sort Shell Almonas
26 sa- ks Filberts
25 sackii Wain nts
10 barrais Canary Seed
86 b' xes Vermicelli and Maccaronl
loo casen Preserved Fruits
6 cases (illvea
I 100 Demijohns Olives .
I 40 boxea Castile Soap
25 canes ' live Oil " '
26 barrels Olive Oil for Machinery
16 half h ar re; a Salted Herrings
200 strings Garlic
8 bales Alicante Straw Mats
10 b?rrela Dry Malaga Wine
40 barrels Sweet Malaga Wine
86 barrels Sherry ?nd Muscatel Wine
200 quareer casks Red Wine, of various brande
80 quarter casks Taya Wine
60 quarter casks Port Wiae
60 eighth assks Rancio Wine
40 eighth "casks Garnacha Wine
60 sixteenth cask* Garnacha wine
20 eighth casks White Wine
20 sixteenth casks Mistela Wine.
Conditions of sale-All sums under $600, cash;
from $500 to $1000. thirty days; above $1000,
sixty days, with approved city endorsed notes,
i at al og nef at sale. de cl?
JJ j MILES DRAKE.
CLOTHING, HATS, 4o.
TBIs HORNING, at io o'clock. I win sell at
m? s ore, corner King and Liberty streets, a Une
line of Men's SACK co ?TS, Frocks. Pea Jackets,
uerbya, Overcoats, Pants and Ves s. Ladies'
sh? wis, Nublas, scarfs, Fanoy Aprons. Breakfast
Shawls, Piece G"ods, Towels, Table Cloths, Soaps.
AO., Ac, . " \
A long line of Men's Felt, Silk, and Wool HATS,
HOUSEHOLD F?BNITTJBE, PIANOS,
Bouse-Fornlshlng Goods, Carpeting Stoves,
Fancy Goods, AC Will sell, THIS DAY, St 10
o'clock, st bis Salesroom, No. 46 Wentworth
Station Salts-iHtor* flJcp.
By J. A. ?NSL0W & ?O?
SALE POSTPONED ON ACCOUNT OP
the inclemency or the weather to SATUR?
DAY, Ut ri imitant, at il o'clock.
Htanalng and Running Kigglng,Balls, Anchors,
Chains Br oks, nabln Furniture, Ac, Ac
SATURDAY MO RM NO, the 14th instant, at li
o'clock, on central Wharf, will be sold,
Lot of Standing sud Running Rigging
Lot of Sails
Anchors and chains
Blocks and Cabin Furniture, consisting of Tables,
Conditions cash. .. dec 12
By H. H. DeLEON.
LARGE BRICK HOUSE ON EAST
BAY KNOWN AS NEW YORK HOTEL,.
I will sell, on THURSDAY, December 10,1873, st
the corner of East Bay and Broad streets, at ll
All that LOT OF LAND, with three story Brick
Building thereon, on west sloe of Esst Bay stree r,
known as New York Hotel, containing nine rooms,
with store beneath; lot -twenty-one feet three
inches (21.8) front on East Bay, and on weat and
back line seventeen feet six Inches (17.6). on north
line ono hundred and sixty-five feet six In ones
(185,8), and on sonth line one hundred and sixty
feet six inches (160.6), mere or leu. On rear of
building is a large Brick storehouse, with open?
ing on BedoD's Alley, said lot baving tbe right of
passage through said Bedon's Alley on tbe sooth.
Tr rms-uuo-thiru (H) cash, balance In ene and
two year?, by bond and mortgage of premises
baarlng seven par oent. interest, payable an
? nally; property to be Insured and pulley as?
sign Od. Purchaser to pay for papi-rs. deon
By LOUIS D. l)e?*AUSSCBE,
RICE PLANTATION, Ac, Aa, ON PON
PON River, A. H. Hey ward vs. John A.
Hassell and others, Devisees of JohuAshe, de?
on THURSDAY, the is th day of December, will
be Bold In the City or charle .ton, near the Post
office, on B-o ad street, tn obedience to an order
of the Conrt or Common Ple*s,
The two RICE PLANTATIONS, at the beat
pitch or tide, known as "Will Town," and "High
Wassie," or "Rotterdam," now merged into one
Plantation, s tuate la St. Bartholomew's Parish,
Colieton county opposite wm Town, on a large
creek, waters of Poo Pen River, contain mg joint?
ly 1049 sores, of which 400 acres are Rice Land,
ander bank, (about 200 of which have been
planted last year;) bounding to tbe north and
northwest by lands of estate of Bay n ard and Ed?
ward Barnweu, to the sooth on lands of Mrs.
Wayne,, and to the east on said creek. On the
place ara two smad Dwelling Houses and accom?
modations for negroes.
A TRACT OF PINE BARREN LAND, on the Pon
Pon River, St. Paul's Parish, opposite the "Will
Town" Pl?ntatton, co training 180 acres orland.
FIFTEEN TOWN LOTS in the Village of "Will
The TRACT OF LAND or Island commonly
known as Whooping island, on the Dawhoc
River, Colieton County, containing shoat 211
acres of land.
Conditions-One-third cash; balance by bonds
payable In three equal anoceeslve annual instal?
ments, with interest, payable annually, from day
of ?ale, to he secured by a mortgage of tho prop?
erty. Parchaseis to pay for papers.
de 04,6,9,111,13 14,16,18,18
QUttiomwro' ?Driv?t* Bateo, Pt.
By W. T. LEITCH Sc B, S. BBTJRS, -
FOB SALE OB BENT, A HANDSOME
RBSKDENOE at Sommerville, with noe Out?
buildings; Lot containing one or moreacres of
Land. Dliitance irom Railroad Depot about five
m mates' walk. Residence of the late K. K. "BED?
Cia ari, ? eba ere, m.
In order to go Into another Business, I will
dispose of my
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. The Goods
must be sold by the last or this month, as I will
have no use for them.
Call at once and make your selections either In
small lots or In bulk.
THE ENTIRE LOT OF
AND FANOY GOODS
MUST BE SOLD.
Emperor William Cigar Store,
No. 310 KING STBEET,
moh7-lyri)OAW CHARLESTON, 8.0.
gutrtfoii Ba??^^f??tm^ Pag?.
""Bj W. t. ?XMJBTtrB. 8. BBUNS,
A actione er*.
EETAIL STOCK-OP DBY GOODS OP
Estate of T. Kelly,' by order or toeAdsnlBsv
trator, at Auction, v p
Wulbe ?old oo wt DVESDAT, the 18tb Instant,
at the s'ore NO. 26) King street, coinnmetna/at
lo o'clock, v -
The en ire remaining Stock In said,8tore, pdn
Hating or KENTUOKT J EAN>, Delaines, Hoe ?md
Gray Flannels, shawls*, Blankets, Towelling.
White and Colored Linen, Swiss, Ksmsook aaa
Tarleton Mail ns. ." ,. \t
- ' AND ' .
/ A fine assortment or H CS I E RT, Gloves, Corsets,
. UoderrestB, spool Cotton ?nd Silks, Ac, Ao, -
Terms cash, sale to be continued from day
to day until completion. . deo 18-6 : '
Bj J. FRASER MATHE WES,
SEIQLING VS. WRIGHT,!!* Ali j
Pursuant to an Order of sale tn this case, to
me directed, by the Hon. R. F. < raham, Jodge of
the First circuit, Twill off?r .'orsale, atPublie
Auction, on WEDNESDAY, the first day of Janu
ary. 1878 at the corner or Broad street, In the dtr
or Charleston, at ll o'olock A. sf.,
AU that PLANTATION OR TRACT OE LAND,
situation Edisto Island, In the County uf0bsrlst>
tor, measuring and ooctalnlng abont lao acres;
bm ting end bounding to the south on the Edisto
Fiver, esst on the ?tiamlc Ocean, north on Lands
of tttrs. Ja mes Le ga re, wast on Lands or W. J ames
Wtaley, Consrantin? Balley and a. M. Raynard.
Terms - 0 ce-1 bird cash ; tbe residue on a credit
of one sod two years from day or sale, recored
br bonds or the purchaser, bearing interest at the
rate .of .seven per. cent., and mortgage of tte
property sold. Purchaser to pay for yape? and
stamps. WM. J. GAYER,
Bf W. T. LEITCH & BL & BBUJfS,
Auctioneer?. .. .r.
SPECIAL SALE OP WORKS ?P ?B1Y; 'i.
Will be sold at Auction oh s ATC ED IT, nth
Instant, ac the store corner of Church and Broad
streets, ar is if.,
A collect on of Rare and Choles Works of Art
Fine OIL PAINTINGS. Oholoe Imported Chro?
mos in handsome and elaborate Gold Leaf
A one assortment or English^ree! Engravings,
after Ansdeil, Landseer, Taylor, Wunama sad
others. - -
This collection ls the finest of the kind exhibit?
ed in this section or the conni ry, being copies nf
the genuine origina s in the Louvre, Dusseldorf
ant. nin-r celebrated Galleries, ny celebrated
American and Enropeao artists.
The attention or connoisseurs and lovers of art
is called to this Kxniu lon. -
Goods now on Exhibition, and Catalogues ready
By W. T. LEITCH & BL 8. BBUKS.
ItOSITIYE AND * UNBESEBVED
Sale of va'uabla REAL ESTATE at' Auction.
At the Pos lomee, at ll o'clock on TDKSDAY,
lilli Instant,. .
one LOUSE AND LOT Ka os Besufslnstreet.
The house ls of wood, two stories, double plissa,
and contains six square rooms. Tne lonsess
nres forty-three, by one hundred and twelve reel
tn depth. mSi
One HOUSE AND LOT No. 95 Beaofalu street.
Tbe house ls <hree stories, lists roof, doubl?
piazzas, and O' tttalns nine square rooms. The
first story ls brlok, the second and third wood,
all or which ls In thorough repair, and reoeu ty
painted, with a two Btory kit hen ci ntalng (ive
rooms on premises. Lot meafiores fifty feet fact
by one huudrfd sud twelve feet ladepth. ... ,
One VACANT L' T, fifty feet front on Beau fain
street by one honored and twelve la depth, sdi
ene STORE AND LOT corner Besnfaln and
Lynch streets. Lot me unre< twenty-five reston
Besnfaln street by one h and red and twelve feet
in depth on Lynch strret. *. :
Also two LO ra on Lynch street, ?ach measur?
ing thirty-four 'eet trent hy one hundred sud six
ty-elnhi feet in depth.
Fist ol the property drawn by Louis/. Barbot
can be seen st our office.
Terms-One-haT c?sh; balance in one year, se?
cured by bond, with interest of the purchaser and
mo tgage of premises, insurance a*d assignment
of the policy. Purchaser to pay us .for p ^pera. .
This pronerty as a whole or lu par. can ha treat?
ed for at private sale before the 24 L of Deco 'fiber
by application to W. Y. LEITCH A E. 8. BRON'S,
No. 85 Broad street.___?_ decir
NOBTHEABTEBN . RAILROAD COM -
OHABLMTOS, B. 0.. Jane 8,18T3.
Trains will leave Char los ton Dany at io.lt A. M
and 8.00 P. M. " .
arrive at Charleston 6.00 A. M. (Mondays- ex?
cepted) and s p. M. i.
Train does not leave Charleston 8.00 p. M., brw
Train leaving io.is A. M. makes through ron nee?
tlon to New York, vis Rich mond sud Acqula
Creek only, going through in u boors.
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P. M. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. .Those lessing
FanuT by this Train lay aver on BTJOTAT in Bal
timora. Those leaving OO-SAT?EOAT remain Btw
OAT In Wilmington, N. C.. , . . .
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to Claolnnati, Chicago sad other point*
West and No th weat, both Trains making con?
nections at Washington with western TTalns of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. .
8.8, SOLOMONS. :
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. OLE APOR, Gen. Ticket Agent, may ai ?
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON
CHARL ss TON, lone 18, Uti,
On and after, MOND AT, June 17th, the rae?
Benger Trains on this Road will run sa follows.
EXPRESS TRAIN, ? * ' ,
Leave Charleston dally. 8,80 P.M.
Arrive at Havannah dally.............. e.? P. M.
Leave Savannah dally........1L80 P. Sf.
Arrive at Charleston dally.... TA. M.
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. M.
Arrive at savannah, Sundays excepted. 8.80 P. H.
Leave Savannah, sundays excepted... HA. au
Artlve at Charleston, Sundays excted. e.60 PVM.
Passengers from Charleston tty 7.40 A. M. train
make close connection with Port Royal Railroad
for all stations OH that Road, (Sundays exceptad.)
Freight forwarded daily on through Mils of lac?
ing to points in Florida and by Savannah fine o?
steamships to Boston. Prompt dis patch given' w
freights for Beaufort and points- on Port Royal
Railroad and ai as low rates as by any other linc
Tickets on sale at this office /or Beaufort over
Poit Royal Railroad. 0. 8. 0AD6DEH,
Engineer and Superintendent
S. 0. BOYLSTON. Qen'l Ft. and Ticket Agent,.
tunis ' . -a
g OUT H CAROLINA EAILBOAD.
OEARLSsrroN, S. C., September 27,18T?.
On and after SUNPAT, september 28, me Pas?
senger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad will
mr aa follows:
FOB COLUMBIA- iVtUlO
Leave Charleston........-~.o.so A X
Arrive at Columbia. e.20 r tc
Ler.ve Onarleaton...........~.?~. ?.30 A M
Arrive at Augnsta....................... LttrK
. TOB CH ASI JETTON.
Leave Columbia. 9.00 A M
Anlve st Charleston.AMT ?
Leave Augusta................... e.oo A M
Anlve at charleston........?.AJO r M
COLOMBIA NI 8HT SXPBJtSa.
- (Sundays excepted.) . st . --
Leave Ohsnsston.^. 7.10 r x
Arrive a? colombia. tao A M
Leave columbia......... 7.50 r rn
Arrive at charleston.e 46 A M
A?9TJBTA NIGHT BXFB B&L
Leave Charleston.-.:.~.. 8.80 PM
Arrive at Augusta...i.SM 7.? A X
Leave Angosta.? ...?.v>la r x
Arrive at Charleston.-t.io A K
Leave Snmmeryiue at. T.28 A X
Arrive at Charleston.-MO A M
Leave Charleston........................ ASS PK
Arrive at summerville.?... 4,40 r x
Leave camden..". 7.oo A X
Arrive at Columbia...u.5* A X
Leave Columbia. xso r x
Arrive at Camden.,. Mi r x
Day and Night Trains concoct st Angosta with
Maoon and Augusta Railroad, Cen ural Railroad
sud Georgia Railroad. This ls the quickest sud
most direct route and as comfortable sndohe*paa
any other route to Louisville, CMnclnnaA Chicago,
Bb Lonla and ail other polca WestssdNosthwesfc
potott^rth. ^ at nnrvflle daily (ex
"?nndWwnb'w ras^ongTlrsln; sad
g. g. FJ9KEN8. G. T. A. _
The oroorietor bas a large and thrifty stock of
Boothera and acclimated r'RUlT TREBS, partlcu
larlv adapted to onr climate, from tho earnest to
ina latest: Apples, Pesohes, Pears, Piojoas, Cher?
rie a, Apricots, Nectarines, Q^n?? .MedJUus,
Pcmegranates, Ever-bearing Mulberries, Figs,
English Waluuta, Spanish .cnr-stnois.. Filberts,
Grapes in great variety. Raspberries. Strawber?
ry Plants, ail the best kinds, Roses, ali the new
kinds. Dahlias, Gladiolas, Verbenas, violets. Or?
namental Flowing Shrubs, Ac; Evergreens jor
Cemeteries and lawns In great vartem. Aspsra
gns and Horse Radish roots; 0?8^ Oran ge, sad
lutttrrney Roses for hedges. Adesortot^psta.
logue will be sent to all appUcanta. g^J^j^
yBOtsWnamos . 8WWt>?.*'. 9<)