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MEETINGS THIS DA Y.
FriendshipXodge, at 8 P, M.
Mia*, Fire Company, at half-past 8 P. M.
Burns' Charitable Association, at 8 P. IL
Mochan i cs' Union, Mo. 1? at 8 P. M.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
WrLLfax MGKAX will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, household f arni turo, ?Vc.
Fm Bios.-We have been shown some very
Hoe specimens of the growing rice, from the
Hobooy plantation of Mr. iL Bischoff, on the
Com bah ea River. From the length of the
young unfilled ears and the lux ur-ince of the
plant, tbs prospect seems fair' enough for a
good crop. ^ "
> QUICK Wons.-At ten o'clock Saturday morn?
ing'a lady reported to the chief of the detec?
tara force, that she had been robbed-ot several
dollars in money and a breastpin. Officers
Nipson and Lovett were detailed to work np
the case, and in thirty minutes had arrested a
woman named E. M. Conlon, in whose posses?
sion the' missing artioles were found;
TBS DETECTIVE FOSOS.-To-morrow night
Conned will meet, sad about the most impor?
tant business before it is the ratification of the
ordinance relative to the detective force and
the election of a chief. 1 hus far we have only
heard of one candidate for this important posi?
tion, Mr. A. E. Philippy, who for several
months past has boen in oom tn an dot tba force,
and by the able, energetic and impartial dis?
charge of the duties pf the office, has won the
commendation bf all'who have had dealings
with him. He is an ex-United States Army
officer, and shortly after the ?vacuation was in
charge of the county jail. Mr. Philippy will
doubtless be elected even if there be other can?
- ? r- 1 ?.
PEESOICAL.-General Robert H: - Anderson,
formerly of the United ttates Army, and sub?
sequently of the Confederate States Army, and
at pi ese nt'Chief'of-'the Savannah' Police De?
partment, accompanied the Savannah Base
Ball Club on their excursion to this City. .
' Messrs. E. L. Beard add George G. Kimball,
editors and proprietors of the Savannah Ad?
vertiser, and Hr. Wm. My Sneed, of the Savan?
nah Republican, also came over with the Baso
?Jail Club. Messrs. Beard and Kimball are
members of the Savannah Club, and to them
is mainly doe the interest felt by the Savan
nahiana in the national game. None have
worked^ harder lo sustain the elsi?than they,
both oo the tripod and n the field.
I'nuatBS_Geo. A. Richmond . has received
from Governor Scott an appointment ai notary
public for the City and County of Charleston.
Among the .fifty.or more aspirants for the
position of clerk of the markets, ia Officer W.
Y, Lovett, of the detective force, who is work?
ing very hard to secure .the position, and it is
said that his chances are the best of any.
The fox which was captured by the detec?
tives, and has several times escaped and been
recaptured, escaped again Fridy night, and
sought the protection of the law, having hid?
den himself under tho seat of the Recorder in
the City Ha IL
A lady recently stopped at one of our hotels
and registered herself as Mrs. Captain ?,
of the United States army.
The fine musical box raffled at Mr. Yon San?
cho's store, on Saturday, waa won by Mr. H. I.
A 8wtKDLISO NKOBO,-On Saturday morning
a colored man named Ohas. Campbell was ar?
rested by Officer Freeman, and arraigned be?
fore the Mayor to answer the charga of piss?
ing himself off as a detective. It appeared
from the evidence, that Campbell had also
ripresented himself as an ex-United States
army officer, and bad applied to several per?
sona stating that he wou'd obtain bounty .'or
them. He secured money from some, among
them a half of a doz -n ex-'Jonfederatea, to
commence the cases before the courts. The
final hearmg of his ease was postponed until
ABBTVAX or THE SAVAJTSAH BASEBALL CLUB
TBS GAME THIS Arrsastoos.-Abont half-past
?ix o'clock yesterday morning, the steamer
Nick King arrived, bringing the members ot
the Savannah Base Ball Club and a large num?
ber of excursionists.
They were received at the wharf by the com?
mittee appointed tram the Carolina Club, and
to the tune of "D.xie" from the Washington
^Cornet Band (colored) of Savannah, marched
np town and were quartered at the Charleston
The game will be called at half-past one
.o'clock to-day. and will be played upon Citadel
'Green. The nine ? and scorers of the clubs are
Savannah Club.-G. G. Kimball, L B. ; J P,
Flanders, S ; W. F. May, 3B.; F. Dasher
P.; ti. W. Ho?! cu ol, C. F.; P, Neidlinger, C.; E.
L. Beard. L. F.; J. McNultv. 2 ti.; W. C. Nich?
ols, B. F.; W. F. Bi na; ism, 8corer,
Carolina Club_E. Maun ire 8. S.; John A.
Moroso, R. F.; C. Houston. C. F ; J. J. Edser
*tbn, %B r F.,Meyer 8 B ; C. S. Mcnulty, L. F.;
D. Toohey. P.; C. ?gglestoo, C.; E. F.
Scba?bje, 1B.; li. F. Tapper, Scorer.
FA S BW ET. T, TO A PHI E ATE.
The Friend* of Bishop Fersice) Present
hun with a Parse on tile tVre of hu
Departo rc for Kome-'l he Addresses
A, large Bomber of Cathode gentlemen ac
aembledlast evening at tho Episcopal resi?
dence in Broid-street, to present to Bishop
Pcrsioo an adilres* upon hin departure for
Rome, before entering UDoa his d ltira as new?
ly appointed Bishop or Florida. Among those
present on the occasion, we recognized a num?
ber of the clergy. Rev. Dr. Bermingham,
Vicar General, Fathers Shadier, Quigley,
Northrop and Schachte, and Rev. Dr. Moore
of this city; then we noticed Mr. B. O'Neill,
Pr?sident of the Catholic Instigate; fdr.
O'Brien, John B. and Edward Lafitte, Bsqa., and
numer?os other gentlemen representing the
Tarions Catholic congregations. On behalf of
the c JJ) mi i tee appointed bv the Catholic In?
stitute, Bf. P. O'Connor, Esq., rose and de?
livered tho following add rea -:
BISHOP PEBSICO-Bight Reverend Sir : The
ilergy and laity of this diocese have been
Torced to realize, with emotions of the pro
roundest regret, that voar laborious and useful
mission amongst them in about to close, lhe
summons that has CJ lied jon to another and
?rider sphere of ministerial duty, terminates
roar labors among a people boand to you by
ties of the parent amity. Relations mast soon
je severed as sacred as the ministry voa have
lignified by your chara tee and adorned by
Before part?awith yon, it is their desire, in
union with and under the auspices and san
;ion of the Catholic Instit oto to make aa ex
>ressioa (feeble though it be) of their feelings
m thin occasion, and to testify their appr?cia
ion of your valuable services, and their over?
saving Gratitude for the zeal and devotion you
lave displayed in miniateri> g to their spiritual
rants Ton came into tins community a
itraoger; you leave behind yon hosts of
nacer? and admiring friends, noon whose
leam have been luddlibly stamped the
mage ot your noble vtrtaes. the soft
mpression of yoar finer qualities, and the
nemory of your pious example. You came
waring the cross of che humble missionary,
vi th mitre and golden crozier studded with
rema and preci?os atones, the gifts of Elstern
inn?es bestowed as a reward for your heroio
lacnucee and Christian acbievemmts in a dis?
ant and heathen land. Yon bear off with you
i greater prize-fresh and endnting laurels
ron in the cause of Catholic truth and unity,
n the full blaze of the progress of the ame
lean Charon in this enlightened nineteenth
notary-a bright exemplar ot the good and
IOIV missionary of Christ's Church, covered
nth the panoply of faith, with heart fired with
ore and charity for all mankind, penetrating
he wilderness and the pathless desert, and
coidmg the tootsie pa of her pilgrim children,
iv the ever radiant beams of that Church
rhioh excites him to further cona nests, and
?pens to his entranced vision ne'w fields of
oil and glory for the salvation ot tonis.
rVith characteristic humility, you for awhile
a das de t be Episcopal robes,and io tue hamble
rarb of a priest went abroad among oar people
rherever there was a soul to be converted, or
he consolations of the Church were needed
>.v the faithful. Yoar efforts for the diffusion
fa better knowledge of the pnnoiples of our
auction, enforced bv your own good example,
las been attended with signal success in South
karolina. Io places re oote trom this See,
f hare the glimmering embers of the faith were
lu m bering in. their bed, by yoar presence and
lersoaaive eloquence i's flame bas been re
iodled and barns again as blight aa ever,
h hearts that were sterile, yon have sowa tne
eeds of a new lite, and the fruits of Catholic
ave'and piety have sprung up from this newly
pened soil. Religious fndiffeience, ripening
a some instances almost into infidelity, you
lave successfully combarted, and by contact
nd tho force of holy oommaoion, tbe light of
our faith has dispelled the darkness which
raa gradually overshadowing others. The
riand of youth and patron ot education, voa
ave enconraged every rising virtue, checked
ach budding vice in the one, and by your en
owments as a scholar stimulated every enter
rise for the other. Yon have porsonified tho
ood shepherd, whose voice obeering and com
irtiog lite the soft music of the swain's pipe
i heard at evening's twilight dose, amid the
lea tin g of the flock return mg home. A volun
ur soldier of tho cross yon appeared among
people having no claim upon you, and sut
-diuating yourself to the command of tbe
iperior of this diocese, with a self-abnegation
liy equalled by your modesty and fervent
ety, yon have nourished with your prayers
ad your care the tree of onr Church. whoa*
[bet vigorous stem was planted on Carolina
ni by the venerated and beloved Eng and,
istained by the faithful and enterprising Rey
alda, and which has grown and flourished un
3t the patronage of our renowned Diocesan
whop. Lynch. The genial warmth of your
>cialia?rcoarse bas frequently enlivened the
athulic urcle, and tba charm of your in
aenet will forever cling to those who
ave como under its sway. Those to
hom yow hare peraooally ministered
ta supported with yoar advice and conso
.t ion io the hour of adversity, will never
ill to oherish the remembrance of your kind
ess. Your name and good deeds will ever be
?sociated in their minda, and idemifisd with
ie good pastor. Your removal seems to re?
ive more forcibly the conviction, how fleeting
nd transitory aro all haman arrangements
nd calculations.. We bad began to regard and
lai m you as our awn; but a higher power haa
iscinded oar appropriation.
To-day yon are present with us, receiving
nd interchanging oar sympathies, under the
batlow or the mouldering ruins of our once
e mt ifni cathedral ; a few days hence and yon
rill stand beneath tbe dome of the Vatican in
ompanx u mitred bishops and abbots from
very quarter of the gio oe, surrounded by all
ie insignia and glory of Christianity, and in
ae presence of the good father of all the faith -
il. Oar prayers tor y qpr personal safety si?
md you m your journey; oar highest and
lost virtuous aspirations will continua to ?s?
end to the Throne of Grace for the glory and
e rf ec t ion of y our new and more enlarged fa?
In taking leave of voa permit me. oa behalf
f the Catholics of Charleston to prosent you
ith a small collection, the offerings ot their
banty, as an inadequate bab genuine token of
heir esteem and friendship. Littlo sleniu
ance is to bo attaobed to its intrinsic value;
nt as a tribute of the homagi and respect
aid by loving hearts, I am sore you will pnz3
od cherish the testimonial. Ia conclusion,
ll we have to ask of voa, ia yoar journey
aroagh life, are your prayers and your benedic?
to n. II. P. O'Comma,
For and on behalf o? the Committee.
At the conclusion of the address, Mr. O'Con
or, on behalf of those present, handed the
tisbop a paree of $525.
Bishop P?rsico, who S3em.9d very mach af?
retad, repUed kia few touching and feeling
smarks, expressing his grateful sense of the
nlfbrm kindness shown him by the peeple of
harleston-his reverence for shs great men
f the 8 -.ate, and particularly for Bishop Bog
md, whose fame was traditional. He rafer
ad in eloquent terms to his great success ia
he oause of religion, and paid a passing tri?
?te to bis distinguished successors, the
light Reverend Bishops Reynolds and Lynch,
fe alluded io a mist feeling manuer to the
offerings endured by our people ia the late
afort?nate war, the sad traces ot which he
ad witnessed ia bis mission through tho
tate; and returning to all the people of Sooth
.Tolina whose generous hospitality be had
hared his heartfelt thanks, ho couolud.d
itu his best wishes for the prosperity of all
nd extended his Episcopal beoedictioo.
The Bishop leaves oo Wednesday morning
>r Washington, en roule for Rome, to attend
ae (Ecumenical Couucil. He will return as
lishop of Florida.
POSTPOHTO.-The meeting of the Republi
ans, which was to have been held to-night,
as been postponed until Wednesday light,
rben Dr. Mackey will give the secret history
f the political imbroglio in the State.
THE NEWS IN THE COUNTBT.-Readers of
[HE NBWS goin^: to tho country can receive
t'eir fav inte paper by mail, daily, at seventy
ive cents a mooth, by addressing a note, with
heir subscription, to oar publication office.
THE MILLS HOUSE.-OU Saturday last, Alder
nm T. J. Mackey received ihc Deccan ry bonds
or the rent ot the Milis House. He will pro
isbly take chartrr- of tho building on Tuesday
ir Wednesday next, anl the work upon it will
) j commenced at an early day.
THE YACHT RACE.
Tao Maggi* Mitchell tai Eleanor With?
draw n after Sailing n s ba rt Dis?
tance-The fella Anna Win? tn? Race.
On Saturday the majority of the citizens of
Charleston were either on the water or near
its edge, to witness the long-talked-of race be?
tween the yac a ts Ella Anna, Maggie Mitchell
and Eleanor. Thesteuners St. Helena, Sam?
son and Emilie were crowded with passengers.
The harbor was literally white with the sails of
the nnmerons small craft that gayly flitted to
and fro. The day was bright, a light breeze
blowing, on which floated strains of music
from the bands aboard the steamers, and from
the vessels in port van-colored bunting flat?
tered, all oombining to form a bright and
It was agreed that the Maggie Mitchell
should be allowed the difference of eleven min
ltes in her favor, and that the yachts shou'd
?cart at one o'clock, from the White Point
moy, and proceed down the harbor, passing
;o right and southward of Marsh Channel
moy, to left and eastward of Cummings Point
>noy, to the right and southward of Pumpkin ,
Idl buoy (red, ) out and around the Charles- j
on Bar Lightship. Rot urning, passing the -
bumpkin Hill buoy to the lett and southward, ?
be Cummlng'a Point bnoy to the right and j
lorth ward, the Marsh Channel buoy ta the left ,
nd southward, then np the harbor, and
round a stake boat anchored near Bemley's .
'oint, retaining to the starting buoy. It was
arther agreed that providing the race was not ,
aade within six hours from the time of start- .
og, that it should be declared no raoe, and '
be boats should sail again within two weeks.
The dimensions, tonnage, dec., of the yachts
rill be found in tbe following statement:
Eleanor-Tonnage 9.75; length of keel 36 feet ,
inches; length over all 38 feet; beam 14 feet j
inoheB; draft aft 4 feet 3 inches. .
Ella Anna-Tonnage 7.69; length of keel 85 j
set ll inches; length over all 39 feet; beam ll .
bet 3 inches; draft aft 4 feet. .
Maggie Mitchell-Tonnage 5; length of keal
9 feet; length over all 28 feet 6 inches; beam
1 feet 3 inches; draft aft 1 foot 8 inches.
The following named gentlemen were ap- .
ointed judges : A. O. Stone, judge of the Ella
una, sailed in the Eleanor; N. L. Coate, judge .
f the Eleanor, sailed in the Ella Anna; J. 8. .
'erry, judge of the Maggie Mitchell, sailed in .
tie Eleanor; Captain McMillan time-keeper. .
Captain 1 hom is Daniela sailed the alas gie
litoheH; Captain Thomas Yoong the Bleanor, ,
nd Captain Nichols the Ella Anna.
TBS BACK. -
At one o'clock the signal for the start was .
iven by fir:ag a gun from the reveane cutter .
ring off Southern wharf, and all three yaohts -
tarted with mainsails and jibs set. The .
[iggie Mitchell was to the leeward and the
?lia Anna to the. windward, the Eleanor in the
entre. The wind, what there was of it, was ,
ast and southeast.
The Maggie Mitchell forged ahead on the
tart, closely followed by her opponents. Off .
?astie Pinckney her sails foaled and she lost
istance. UffFort Sumter there was a strug
le as to which should get to the windwaid. .
be Maggie Mitchell cat the Ella Anoa on the
ret tack,.bat the last named yacht again
icked and regained ber position. On the ont
ard tack the Ella Anna passed Fort Sumter
t 42 miaates, the Maggie Mitchell 42} min?
tos and the Eleanor at 49} minutes past one
'clock-the Ella Ann? being one hundred
iras to the windward. After passing the
?rt, rigging was gradually put on, and before e
ie yachts reached the bar all sails were set, in ^
der to catch every capful of the wind, which
as getting lower and lower.
Before reaching the Charleston bar light
lip, both the Eleanor and f Haggle Mitchell
tve np and started to return to the oity. The ?
Ila An ia passed the lightship at seven ram?
os past four. At five o'oloek there was
urary a breath of air, yet the Ella Anna con
unod on bor course, taking advantage of
rery whiff. About this hoar the interest in
ie race commenced to subside, with those on
te water-in a great measure occasioned by
ie provalence of sea sickness, and the steam- .
-s and sailing craft returned to the city,
hose who were not damaged by the trip join- .
I the crowd on the battery, to which there
ere further am" large accessions from that .
ass of persons who np to this time, either
om ohoice or necessity, remained at their
aces of business.
The course of the Ella Anna as sho came up
te harbor was closely, anxiously watched, and
any bets were offered and taken that ehe
ould not reach the starting point by seven
'clock. She did, ho are ver-arriving within
in minutes of the time allowed for the race lo ,
e made in. .
Last year the race WM O ver the same ground, .
id the Ella Anna won it in four boors and six
limites. _^_ j
HOTEL A sm VALS, JOLY 24 AND 25,-Charles
n Hotel-?. Stelling and family, J. Hahn and c
ife, J. C. Levy, Augusta; Miss J. Knox, Mrs. 6
attersoi, Atlanta; Mrs. HoMihoa, Tennessee; f
eorge H.. Andrews, United States Army; S.
. Wooibery, Barnwell, C. H.; 8. Paris, B. <
regman, Florida; C. H. Carfield, New Jersey; <
bilip Sterne, Germany; Charles A. Larnsdon, <
"denington, N. C.; Major D. M. Cohen, United 1
bates Marines; John A. Sbroder, New Tork; 1
t. B. Crowell, E. W. Bparhawk, Steamship
lasnolia; John 8. Fairly, City; Wm. M. Sneed, (
J. G. Charlton, Charles 8. Park, J. Belsinger, *
. H. Bradley, J. A. Knatein, Isaac Russell.
. Potter Williamson, John T. Thompson, W. >
. Taylor, Wm. D. R. Millar, John Cooper, B. 1
. Lester, P. H. Ward, W. Johnson, W. F. ;
[ay, George G. Kimball, J. P. Flanders, 1
'rank Dasher, G. W. BosignoL P. Neid- <
nger, E. L. Bsard, J. 0. MoNulty, P. <
toComber, Alexis Mc Sui ty, J. J. Abrahams, <
f. T. Bingham,T. Brown, S. J. Wheaton, Thoa,
hrosolaude, L. A. MoOarthy, Martin Milla, J. *
I. Hunt, wife, servant and two children, J. ?
falters, Captain A. Talbert, B. Wayne Wilson, J
'rank Hanter, E. J. Martin, W. L. Baynod, E.
. Holcombo, Thoa. Arkwright, M. Henderson,
7. McKonna, L. Haynes, J. C. Thompson, W. i
.. Gammell. Savannah.
Pavilion Hotel.-J. H. McKoon, South Caro- i
na; \Y. 0. Ulmo, Guorgia; R. Keasy, Philadel- 1
hi i; L. Davis and child, M. C. Davis, Florida; 1
j. Liney, R.chmood; J. P. Gibbes, John Leon- '
rdy, G. N. moomba T. D. Papoy, E. W. I
Vii?on, W. T. Bingham, J. P. Brown, M. Hen- 1
orson, N. MoKenna, J. A. Einstein, J. Belbin- <
er, J. H. Bradley, L. Schaffer, I. Russell, Sa- 1
annan. . _ <
ABE TSE CONSERVATIVE POLICEMEN TOBE
JiecnABGED ?-We are informed that there is <
strong pressure being brought against the ]
1 ivor and Chief of Police to make them dis- i
naree from the police force the twenty-five or 1
hirty conservative members. These men aro f
ld and efficient officers, and the freedom from (
a vlessness Charleston has onjoyod is doo al- i
OKOthor to those worthy men. If thc Repub- i
?can party daio be guilty of thia act of pro- |
criprion an ] appoint, us in that event they ?
rill do, men who are totally inexperienced, in- i
fBeient in every way and repugnant to all
;uod citizen*, the evil that is done to the city
rill bo duo to them alone. We understand <
hat Captain Hendricks has it in bis po ver to J
irev nt tho removal of these officers. In the i
lame of thc law-abiding citizens, we ask that >
10 exert every effort lo prevent it.
UPSHOT OF THE BOWEN SPRKXADE.
The Mackey Mea tbarge the Serena?
' der? and Capture their Pla?, which
thor Present to Dr. ?aekey-Speeches
.f Do?tor and Alderman Mackey
Bowen Compared to ? Snake- Sher LAT I
. Davekey. Slopi Woolf g JP nee-Wooli* |
Purniehti ht? Epitaph ?nd then
Kndesrora to get up m Panerai.
THE NEWS of Saturday gave an account of
all that transpired between the Serenaden and
the friends of the Mackeys np to half-past
ele von o'clock Friday night, at whioh hoar the
reporter left, supposing that the affair was
over. But not so.
CAPTTBE OF THE FLAG.
About a quarter of twelve o'clock the Mackey
men charged the serenading party, dispersed
them and captured their flag, which they bore
in triumph to the residence of Dr.. Mackey,
who, upon being loudly called for, came out
and thanked the crowd for their demonstra?
tion, and adviued them to preserve order. The
dag was then presented to the Doctor.
BOWEN COMPARED TO A SH AJEX.
Alderman T. J. Mackey was loudly called for
and said that the action pf the assemblage that
night had proven that when it was necessary
to denounce traitors to the principles of the
Republican party, Bepublietna needed no
leader; they rose spontaneously and each one
became a leader nato himself. A farmer once
'ound a snake nearly frozen to death, and
when be had picked it ap and restored it to
ife, it had stung him. C. 0. Bowen is the
make and you are the men who saved him, and
lave been struck by his treacherous haod.
iou will consign bim to ? tho mad of infamy m
ivhich you originally found him.
After thia speech the crowd quietly dis?
SHKBTJfT MACKEY. BTEIXBS WOOLF.
Shortly after the capture of the flag by tbe
Mackey men, Woolf went to a barroom on
Broad-street, where Sheriff E. W. M. Mackey
?aa sitting, and walked np to him and insulted
lim, using very abusive language, whereupon
he Sheriff gave him several severe slaps in the
ace. Woolf " spoke and looked daggers, bnt
WOOLF r?KNISHE? HIS EPITAPH.
Daring the confusion occasioned by the
Uffioulty between Sheriff Mackey and Woolf,
Captain Hendricks went into the saloon to
lacertain what the fuss was about. Woolf!
urned upon him and denounced him as a
rieBd of the Mackeys, and informed him that
f he stuck to then they would hang bim.
iVoolf, after declaring himself a Democrat,
md swearing vengeance against the " Repub
icans who had thrown dirt down his back,"
rent to the guardhouse snd wept. He then
?formed an officer that he intended to poison
limself after " putting a p'stol ballet through
tis enemies," and he hoped when " his poor
lead body was found, the Republicana would
jury him, and over bis grave erect a monu
nent inscribed: "Here Lies a martyr whe was
;aenticed upon the altar of Liberty and Bepub
WOOLF'S EFFOBTS TO GET OP A FUN EBAL.
Saturday morning Woolf ceased weeping and
ook to drinking. By two o'clock steam was
ip to the highest pitch, and he proceeded to
he scene of the difficulty between himself and
Sheriff Mackey, and thea and there, with re
olver io band, threatened to exterminate the
rhole Mackey family on sight. Captaiu Hen
Iricks hearioff of this belligerent demonstra
ion, proceeded to the saloon and took tbe revol
'er from the would-be serenader and custom
toase officer. Woolf was then arrested and car
ied before Magistrate Misbaw, wbo, observing
hat he was not in a condition to und . rpo aa
lamination, therefore postponed a hearing
intil to-day, requiring $100 Mourity for hie ap?
THE CUSTOMHOUSE WAE.
Ir. Clark Withdraws hu Charge of
A aa a nit and Dattery againat Alder? | j
man T. J. and nr. A. PI. ni ache y-He is
Arrested upon the Cnarge of Perjury.
At eleven o'clock Saturday morning, Alder
nan T. J. Mackey and Mr. A. M. Mackey ap
?eared before Magistrate DaLarge, colored, to
nswer the charge of assault and battery, pre
erred by Mr. Clark.
The Assistant District Attorney appeared for
ir. Clark, and asked a postponement of the
ase until four o'clock, on the ground that Mr.
}lark was engaged a. tbe Customhouse, and it
rouid be detrimental to the pablic service for
lim to appear belore that time.
Alderman Mackey demanded that Mr. Clark
hould appear at once, asserting that he would
lot give a hood to keep the peace towards Mr.
"lark, as he bad learned he was to be request
id to do.
The Assistant District Attorney stated that
te bad come for the purpose of making the
ildermao give bond to keep tho peaoe towards
8ome farther discussion ensued, and the ma?
gistrate sent a constable for Mr. Clark.
After the lapso of about fit teen minutes the
loustablo returned, stating that Mr. Clark had
aid be wonld be at tho magistrate's office iu a
His attorney, however, announced that Mr.
;lark would not come, bat would drop the
maige of assault and battery against all ex?
cepting Dr. Mackey, and would demand that
>oth Alderman T. J. and Mr. A. M. Mackey be
JO und over to keep the peace towards him.
Alderman Mackey contended that Mr. Clark
lould not, under the law, bind him over to keep
The magistrate decided that as ho saw notti?
ng that would support the charge of assault
md battery against Alderman T. J. and Mr. A.
If. Mackey, he would dismiss the case; bot as
ie had reason to believe that there waa danger
>f a breach of the peace, he would kind both
>f the accused and also Mr. Clark, in the sum
>f 1100, to keep the peace towards one another.
At this stage of the proceedings Mr. Clark
?ame in and signed tbe bond, as did the two
Mackeys a moment after. The court then ad
CL IEE ABBBSTEDFOB PERJUBY.
Immediately after the adjournment of Mag
stra'e DeLarge'sojurt, Alderman T. J. Mackey
trent to Magistrate Misbaw and had a warrant
ssued against Mr. Clark, charging him with
saving committed perjury in sweanug that he
lad committod an assault and battery upon
nm. Mr. Clark was summoned to appear be
tore thc magistra e aod did so at three o'clock,
when be waived an examination and was re?
quired to give security in the sum of oue
thousand dollars, to appear aod answer tbe
marge before the next term of the State Court.
CHABOES PBEF?KBED.- Lieutenant Philippy,
commanding the detective forci, on Saturday
ireforrod charges against (Jfficer Reed, and re?
quested tho Chief of Police to suspend him
[rom duty until the chariros could ba invest i
rateJ. Tbe charges are, substantially, that on
,he afternoon of Friday last (when Mr. Clark
leized the Customhouse) Officer Reed, revolver
n hand, headed a mob and entered tho Cus
;omhouse. Captain Hendricks, immediately
ifter the receipt of the charges, comolted with
ho request to suspend I he officer Irom daly.
*: IlisT FOB DOLL HUES.-Take advantage
>i the great reduction in prices, and preparo
br the approa:liiDg bud ess season by hav?
ing your Job Printing neatly; expeditiously
?.id cheaply done at THE NEWJ Job Office, No.
119 East Bay.
SATiKHAEaixB.-By reference to the "Hotel
Arrivais,'' it .will ba seen that there are a large
number of citizensof Savannah en a visit to'oar
city; Besides those registered are many others
who1 hs ve remained on board tie exe ora ion
BUSINESS : NOTICES,
Wi WOULD call the attention of all who are in
want of travelling cr plain trunks* to call at
John Commins1, No; 181 Meeting-street, nearly
oppoai teMajrltet, His prices wfll be found to be
quite low. lmtbf Julv 2,9
o i i ?
Go TO G io EOS LITTLE 4 Co. for fine Liben
Sacks, ll 60. 6 July 22
INTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS of all denomina?
tions, also PBOPSXETABY STAMPS, a full assort?
ment always kept on hand, and for sale by
HUGER 4 RAYENEL,
. No. 66 East Bay,
Joly 10 Opposite Courter Office.
Stitt* an) /urnist)tnn, ?ooh.
B T TOUR" SHIRTS AT
THE QBEAT DEPOT FOE
IE NTS' FURNISHING GOODS
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS
DRAWEES OF ALL QUALITIES
LINEN AND PAPER CUFFS
HOSIERY, IN COTTON AND LISLE THREAD
NECKTIES AND CRAVATS
QMBBELLAS IN GBEAT VARIETY
Ac., Ac., *o.
8HLBT8 ready made and made to order. Direc?
tions for measurement aent by mail.
den tl omen's Furnishing atore,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
No. 910 KIKG-STREET,
One door below Market
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
TIES, SCARFS, HANDKERCHIEFS
SHIRTS, COLL AB 3, GLOVES
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR
FINE SBIBIS TO OBDEB, A SPECI
PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tated with care and taste can bave their orders
promptly filled by leaving tbem at Holmes' Book
Souse. Written directions should in each case be
riven as to the style of coloring preferred.
July 23 Smoa*
Jlrq ?00LU, (Etc.
TTBNTION t DRY GOODS RUTERS.
A FINE AND LARGE SrOCK OF
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
WE WILL. PREVIOUS TO TAKING SIOCK,
reduoe many of our Goods to
ONE-HALF THEIR VALUE,
ivblch should not be lost sight of by those in nee a of
articles in our line.
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
iOUTHWEST CORNER E. IN" G k CALHOUN SIS.
Boots, Shoes. Hats and Tranks,
FOR SALE LOW.
May 3 3rnos
fJIRUNKS, TRUNKS, TRUNKS.
JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE LOT OF TRAVEL?
LING AND PLAIN TBUNKs.whlsh will be ?old very
low at JOHN COMMINS,
No. 131 Meetliigrtreet.
July 23 1 m th! Nearly opposite ?larker.
Jg EDD U GS-ON FORFEIT.
BEDSTEADS AND BKDDING UA DE BUG
proof by a single application of tie "BUG DE
arttOT&ri." Warranted to contain neither poison
Dor quicksilver It ino eases dally in favor, alon,.
BEKGEK. No. 20 Weatwor o-street. will apply it on
forfeit Ho d by Mons. LVASSAUNE, No. 104
Einc-street. thorns* July 22
V N S
TOM KS, IHELVAIN & CO.,
No. 6 MAIDEN LAXE, NKW YORK.
FOWLING PIECES OF ALL QUALITIES, 8?ITA.
BLE tor the Southern trade. Both MUZZLE AND
BREECH LO.VD J! RS.
IN STOCK A PHLL ASSORTMENT OF CUTLE?
RY, PEBF?MEBY. BRUSHhS. SOAPS, ?c.
SOLE AGENTS FOB THE
GENUINE D? HINGER PISTOL.
July 19 mwflrao
TU E STAR
8?UTHERN BEAL ESTATE ADVERTISER,
As AU advertls'ngm?Jiuro. offers faei ities to Mer
hi itu. I ru uists, Mabloists, Au., of extending
noir business, unsurpassed by any Southern
Its circulation is ta-t "eeotnin? iren-ral. neal
rstate agents, un'l parties int re-ted in the purchase
>r sile of real p?iato wil Hud lt m their advantage
ocon-ultits roi mus and ailvortisc therein aa we
ir* effcc'in;? arrangement- by wh.CU our pa, er will
:ircu.ate larrey arno Norih-ru ra itullats.
Information ten dn.? io ihc development of our
inners!, in .nufaciuriu?;;iu(l tgricniiural resource
ir?cnptivo ol climie, soil, k - so.lciteJ and tliank
? i ly ecolve? iioiu any section.
TVnns rash. 43 i yea- ; a 'opy pratts lo anyone
?endiug six suo-erbers; aeuuf len, $2 AO each
Butt-B of adverti?iua Huerai- *d ir***
W. J. McKVKRALL,
Joly 18 Marion,. 8 9,
9 K O O X
SCROFULA, DY9PEP3IA,. LIVER COMPLAINT,
' NEBY0?3 DEBILITY, ? H EU MA Its M,
NEURALGIA, KIDNEY AFFECTIONS,
ER CP I IO NS OF THB (KIN,
Ob s lin? te or lone standing diseases of th?
BLOOD, LIV LB, URINARY ORGANS,
NERVOUS SY8T?M, Ac.
it purifies and enr?e li es ?he Blood, eradicates all
Syphilitic orKcroiulous Taints. Restores (he Liver
and Kidneys lo a healthy action, aids digestion, reg?
ulates the bowels, and lavigorate* the Nervous Sys?
?9- NOT A "ECBET QUACK MEDICINE."io
FOBMUL*. ABOUND EACH BOTTLE.
Recommended by the best Physicians, eminent
Divines. Editors, Druggets, Merchants, Ac.
MW THE BEST AND MOST POPULAS MEDI
CINE IN USE. ;
PSEPASES ON'LT nz
J. J. LAWBENCE, M. D.,
(An experienced and weiMmown Physietan and
Laboratory and Office, No 6 Main-street,
No BF OLK, YA.
Price One DoVar per bottle. "
For sale by
GOODRICH, WISEMAN A CO ,
DO WIE A MOI<?,
Charleston, 8. C.
And Druggists everywhere.
July jj_' noo lyr
jg B CAREFUL
YOU T A K K .
Wff EN YOU AB EES H AU S TED BY OVERWORK
of bead or hand, and feel the need of something in?
vigorating, don't drink whiskey or any intoxicating
thing, wheiher under the name of Ritters or other*
wise, such articles giv? Jut a? much strength to
your weary bodv and mind as the whin gives to the
Jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stimulants are
injurions to Nerve health, and are ALWAYS followed
by DEPRESSING REACTION.
Dodd's Nerrine and Iiivigorator
U a TONIC and GENTLE STIMULANT which is
NOT attended by REACTION. Weat lt gains for
yon it maintains. When Hr* trashes body or mind,
lt refreshes with natural strength that comes to atsy.
We are hot recommending teetotalism in the interest
of any faction; but long and extended observation;
teaches us that he who resorts to the bottle tor rest
or recuperation, will find, as ho keens at it, that he
is kindling a fire in bia bonea which will consume
like the flames of perdition. Turn from it. Take a
tonic that will refresh md not destroy. DODDS
NERVI SK is for sale by all Drugoiata. Price One
Dellar. See Book of Certificates that accompanies
each bottle. "mos June 25
UK BISHOP PILLI
TUE BISHOP PILLI
THE BISHOP PILL!
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-coated.)
"C08TARV BISHOP PILL,
"Ia of extraordinary efficacy for Costiveness, Indi?
gestion, Dyspepsia, Headache. Nervoua Debility,
Liver complaint." "The best PILL in tbe world."
Medical Jmtrnal, September 8.
T B Y THEM!
T B Y T H E HI
AU Druggists lo CHARLESTON sell th coi.
"Co&tnr'a1' Bat, Roach, ote.. External's,
< tratar V Bed Bag Exte rmi ran tora.
"toatar's" (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Remedie* known."
"18 years established in New York."
"2000 Boxes and Flasks manufactured daily."
"111 Beware 111 of apurions Imitation?.."
"All Druggiats in CHABLkSTON sell them."
For $1, $2, $3 and $6 sizes, Address
"COST AU" CODI PA NY,
No. 13 Howard-street, New York.
Sold in CHARLESTON, 8.0., by
GOODRICH, WIN KHAN 6i CO.
March 23 DAO lyr
S A D A L I S
Purilies the Blood.
For sale by Druasrisis Kverywbere.
Jnlv 38 lr?
RE P O Pl
THE ONLY CERTAIN
ADOLPH I ?-A.A. CS EIS"'S
sealed and warranted to
keep freahforali time
the greatest disrovery
of its kind In the age we
Uv* In. No person need
be troubled with BATS,
MICE, BED BUGS or
ROACHES, for Mr. Isaacson's destructive remedy is
within the reach of all. Prepared only byAlmself,
from rare and valuable compounds, its oo/apness ls
as wondesful as its efficacy. UuncT'ds of testimo?
nials have been received irom all puru ot the United
lhe great advantage ibis SURB FOP povseasea
over all Mmilar preparations is the FACT that it ia
Certain In Its HlTects,
and free from the unp'easantraae or rat? drina 1?
their holes, as it causes them to leave the premises
to seek air, and consumes them so entirely as to
leave ^ Diaaarreeable Odor.
Numbera o? refeienees can be made to
Persons In this City,
who have successfully used it
SOLE AGENTS FOB FOU l'H CAROLINA,
DOWIE & MOISE,
IMPORTERS AND WBOLE?ALE DHUOG1ST8,
Corner Meeting aa J Hasei-Btreets.
April 23 mwf6mo_Obar'.es'on, 8.0.
mo REftlOVK ti '.EASE SPOTS.
USE THE DOUBLE DISIILLED
Prepared, and for ta'e, whelesa'e and retail, hy
I IL LT. I ALK,
Hay M NO. 131 Meeting-street.
..?a'? Household Furniture. Book
Catee, Mir rori. LOK* g et, Sofa?, Sideboard
HM. McKAY, Auctioneer,
Will sell THI? D>Y, Mia In start at No. 136 Meeting
street, commercing at 10 oeMk.
Long's t'e ?-rate j PATENT SODA FO HM TAIN, fa*
w : D.N KttDAY, ?th, sale of assorted DET GOODS'
Sundries, to pay Freight and other Expensa.
BI LAI KEY & A LEX INDER?
TO-MORROW 27th IQ?tant, will be sold before oar
Store, No. 137 Hast Bay, at 10 o'clock, to pay
f:eight and o UT *xpenses,
CONSIST rsa or:
COFFEE, Spice. Brooms, Backets
Rope, ?teri, molasses, ?boes
Burkitts, Trunk?. Pails, Paper
Hollow-ware. Soda, Ice, fte., ftc
Condition* cash._Jm\y 14
Positive Sale-Family Removing front ike
Stale-One ttory Wooden Dwelling, Nv.
8 Bogard street, one door east of Coming,
in good order inept
W. T. LEITCH & B. & BRUNS,
wi'i be sol J TO-MORROW 27rb instant, at the Old
Pt ?tornee, at ll o'clock.
That fine ONK bl OBY wnoDFN DWELLING,
with piazza and eas fixtures, known as Mo. 8 Bogazd
t- rr ee i. no i th sid?, one door east of com ng, with
rt'rben and stable. Boose contains three roomsv
lot rc pap ur 4 > by 61 leet, moro or lees.
Terms-One third cash; bal noe In one and tww
years, wi'h Interest, tee tired by bond and mortgage.
Property to be insured, pone? assigned. Purchaser
tn pay us for paoer* and stamps. -9 Inly M
SUKKIPF'8 S AXiK.
By Tirtue of a Writ of Fieri Kaela s to me directed and
delivered, will be sold on MONDAY ano TTJ?BDAY,
tho Sd and 3d days of August next, at northeast
comer of the Ceuitbouse, netweeo the honra ot
ll A. M., and 8 o'clock P. IL.
All UM right, title and ntereat of the defendant fa:
a LO I OF LAND with a woden Dwelling and other
improvements thereon, g I tu? te on the south ?Ute of
Ann street, between Meeting and gllsabeih-itrests,
and known as No. 19, measuring A3 fest front br 300
feet in depth.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of /ano*
Ccrcor in, at the several suits of F. D. 0: Kracke and
At toe same time and place,
All the right, title and interest ot defendant la *
LOT OF LANB wim tue wooden D weill ag and im?
provements thereon, ai-nate on the sooth aide of
Cathoo, n-street, and known sa Ho. 108.
Leveed on and to oe sold as the property of J. F.
Church, under an execution m the case of J. and P.
Dawson va. Francis Dawson, adrnisurtrator ott, r.
At the same tune and place,
All the right, U l? and interest of tbe defendant
m an that Pi KC H OB LOT OF LAND, situate at
the southwest corner of Market and Bast Baw
Levied on and to be sold as tbs property of Thouu*
N. Gads Jen, at the suit of John Horlbeok,' et al.
Executors of J. O. Blum.
AU the right, title and Interest of the defendant
tn a LOT OF LAND, with tbe Buildings thereon,
situate on the west aide of Chestnut-street, measur?
ing 75 feet front by 100 feet lo depth.
A LOT OF LAND, with-the Buildings thereon,
situate on Ute east side ot- Lucis-street, and known
as No. 18, measuring 36 feet front by UM feet in
A LOT OF LAND, situate on east side of 0*ds
den-srreet, near Spring-street, with the Building?
thereon, measuring 75 feet front by 169 feet ut
Levied on audio be sold as the property of H. BL
Hamey, al the suit of the Exchange National Baak.
of Norfolk, Virginia.
At the same time and place,
All the right title and Interest of the defendant ia
a LOT OF LAND, with a two story Brick House and
other Buildings thereon, situate on the south alda
of Harket street, and known as No. 7L
Levied on and' to be sold as the property of B.
Enlckmeyer at the suit of Tycho Beens tjema.
Terms cub. Vi E. W AL MACKEY,
Joly 12_mil_8.O. a
Assign?e1? Sale pf Beal Estate of Samuel Fo~
gartie, Bankrupt, by Deere? of the Court in
WK G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
Will be sold on the first TUESDAY in August next, at
the old Pc staffle e, foot, of Broad-street, at .11
o'clock A. M.,
The following-valuable HE VL ESTATE:
1st All tbat TRACT OF LAND ?nth the Baudin**
thereon, situate in the town of Mount Plecas nt, fat
the Pariah of Christ Church, and . 'o au ty of Oharies?
ton, measuring three hundred and ten by three hun?
dred and forty feet, and designated on a plat of the
same ai three Lots in Hiluardnlle, numbered 119,
113 iud Ul.
3d. AU that TB ACT OF LAND known as Lot No.
21 on the plat of the Mount Pleasant Ferry Compa?
ny's land, containing twenty-two acres, manor Iee?.
3d AU that TIA CT OF LAND adj oin [DR tho
above, known as Lot No. 26 o s said plat, and contain?
ing twenty-two acres, more or less.
Terms-One half cash; the balance In twelve?
months, secured by bond or bonds ot the purchaser
or pureba-ers, and mortgage of the pr?mises res?
pectively. The buildings to be mea-ured, and the
policy assigned. Lurch ?sera to pay tor pt pera and
stamps. FBRDEBIOK J SMITH,
Assignee samuel Foejartte.
Nones is hereby given under order of Court, made
m the above case to all person? holding liens upon
th? above described Beal Estate, to prove the sante
before J. C. CABPhNTBB, Isq . Registrar in Bank?
ruptcy . in Charl est? ra, on or tjafore the first day of
August next, orbe debarred from aU parttdparkwA
mme distribution of be net proceeds of the sala
thereof. FBED EBICK J . SMITH.
July 12 mi Assignee Samuel FogartJe.
CJOUTH CAROLINA KAILKUA1).
Q EN EBAL SUPEBINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHABXISTOM. 8. 0" April ?, 1869. I
ON AND AFT EB SUI* DAY, AFB LL ll TH, THC
PASALL'OEB TBAINS of the 8oute Oarobia BaU
road win ron as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.89 a. V.
arrive at augusta.Ail P. af.
Connecting with trains forMontitomery, Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Mont,ornery and
Leave Charleston.,.8.89 A. M,
Arrive at Columbi?..'.6.19 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester B*ftV
road, ano Camden train.
Leave Auguste..9.99 A. BL
Arrive at Charl eaton.9.10 P. M.
Leave Columksn.7 46 a. ht.
Arrive at Chill ss koa.6.10 P. BJ.
AUGUSTA NIOBT ETPBE*?
Leave Charleston...7.90 P. sL
Arrive at Augusts._9.10 A. H.
Connecting with tratas for Memphis, Nish vt Un
and Hew Orle ana, ve Grand Junoann.
Leave Augusta.4.10P. M.
Arrive at CharlevAea..4.00 A. Xi,
OOLVMBIA NIGHT EXPBB88.
Leave Charleston.106 P. H.
Arrive at Colombia.4.46 A. M.
Coaneo ting (sundays excepted) with Greenville sad
Leave Columbia.6.9o P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.1.80 A. M.
Sr MMEBVILLB TBAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.36 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville. 1.(0 P. V.
Leave Sommerville.7.19 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.25 A. Bl
CAMDEN K fU NO H.
Camdon and columbi i Parson uer Trails en Mox
BATS, WEPSESDATS and ?ATuaDATS, eonneots wKh
up and il J vu Day Pawmgers al Eiogwill*.
Ueava Camden.6 86 A. M.
Arri? eat Columbia.ll.MI A. MU.
Leave Columbia.2 2v p. M.
irrire at Camden.7.9SP. M.
Mlgnedi B. T. PBAKK.
?prU 10 Q sn seal sa?*n ot ?iden t.
POBTBATT ANB PICTTJBE BBAME MANtTFAO
No. 3? KIN O - STREET,
C H AB UM TON, 8.0.
LOOKINQ-GLASSES of aB ants fitted to Frames.
July 16 nae fraw3aio
F. C II K V li E tJ X ,
SCULPTOR i ND ABOHITECr.
MAB ULE VT OAK S,
Corner Meeting-Street nnl IlorUbeck'S.
( HABLS TO i ?, C.
Plans made to cr 1? r and wo rr t xs nawd^romptky*.