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* CITY AFFAIRS.
Meetings ThU Dt^y.
Citizens of Ward 4, at 8 P. M.
Survivors' Associa*ion, at 8 P. M.
Charleston Library Society, at \ P. M.
South Carolina Friendly Society, at S P. M.
Carolina Chapter, at 8 P. M.
St. Patrick's Benevolent Society, at 8 P. M.
Auction Sales "?lil* Day.
Henry Cobla <fc Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at
their store, macearon!, caadles, Ac.
P. B. Laurie A Co. will sell at halPpast 0 o'clock,
at their store, hams, butt c. Ac.
Steffens, werner A Ducker will sall at 0 o'clock,
at their stores, lard, shoulders, Ac. .
Lanrey & Alexander will sell at io o'clock, at.
their store, hams, shoulders, A'c
J. A. En alow A Co. will sell at io o'clock, at
their store, flour.
A. H. Abrahams A Sons will sell at io o 'clock,
at their store, dry goods, hosiery, Ac
Ti- ciernan, Calder A Co. wltl sell at thrtje-qaar
te rs past e o'clock, at their store, hams, smoul?
ELECTION ANNOUNCEMENTS intended for pub -
ilea' lon In THC NEWS, must, tn all oases, be p-ild
for in advance.
PICNIC-The German Artillery Charitable
Association will go on a picnic to-morrow to the
-Sebntsenplatz, to which Germans a>e generally
invited. _ _"
CAROLINA DRAMATIC* CLUB.-This association
of amateurs, at the solicits tl on *of many of our
citizens, have consented to repeat, on Friday
"nexr, ar- trteir hal], No. 51 Society street, the per
form aloe of "St ,11 Wacere run Deep. "
NOT THE MAN.-We are requested to state
that Mr. J. J. Beasley, published among the find?
ings or the grand Jory, tn yesterday's paper, ls
another man, and not the keeper of the Masonic
THE CHARLESTON LIBRARY SOCIETY.-The
one-hundred and twenty-third'anniversary meet?
ing or this venerable society will be held to-day
at l o'clock P. M.. at the hall on the northwest
corner of Broad and Church streets. A collation
will be served.
M IL rr ART.-A company of the cavalry re?
te tly from the West, and for a while camped in
-Columbia, tool: their departure for Darlington
Saturday. The two remaining cavalry companies
left saturday for their po&U. The dismounted
men arestlll left In camp at Columbi tu
VIRGINIA MILITARY IxsTiTtrt?.- We have re?
ceived a copy of the official register of this Insti?
tution, for the year 1870. From lt we learn that
the number of eadeta in attendance dnrlng the
past session was 38*2, including 19 from South
-Carolina. This institution has a large corps of
able profess rs. and appears to have held lt's own,
year after year, since the close of the war.
FOR X&T ;J*R?. Ima Amtyqi^-The
elegant stile Wueellren steamship Georgia, Cap?
tain Crow di, 1? appointed to sall from Pier. Ea t
Union wharves, this afternoon, at'half-paat 5
-o'clock, punctually. The Georgia will probably
takicut the largest car^-o of cotton and Ace
cleaved at this port for some mo- tbs past. Track
shippers are Informed that, ss usual, ample
freight room ia. reserved on the Georgia for their
A SAD TRAVELLING PARTY/.-Nine lunatics
were sent off from the City Hospital yesterday
evening on. the Columbia train to the State Luna
tic Asylum, lu thatcltj. The pax tj were all color?
ed, and consisted of two men and seven women.
Most or them had been in the hospital for several
mon ba. Most of them were quiet and orderly,
and seemed mach pleased as they stood arrayed
in their new clothes for their trip to Columbia.
They were taken up to the depot In a large omni?
bus, and were each escorted by a policeman.
IN THE WRONG POCKST.-James Brown, who
did not draw a prize in the Charitable Association
Lottery, was arrested just after the noon drawing
yesterday lor attempting to pick the pocket of
Ids Mend, another colored mau named Robert <
wiiuama me lookers on were densely crowded '
in the hall opposite the Charleston Hotel, and as
they.began to move out; Williams felt something
working In his pocket. He gave the alarm, and
caugut hold or Brown's hand as lt was being
Jem d ?j way. Several or the bystanders noticed
the attempt, and Brawn waa speedily arrested. ?
He waa tracked np tn the Guardhouse, and will ba
brought before the Mayor tats morning.
moraidg^fs sTtuTmiWe**ca^T^ay being driven -r
through King near Beaufatn street, the mule
stumped and fell, getting so-entangled -IA ?be
harn?S ttf?? frwas trot easy tonger hrnfupAgain.
A ccajK-d, br coasssj aeon slathered, but the mule, 1
during the commotion, lay perfectly still In his ,
ojioomlortabie position. The- driver yae thrown '
rrom lils seat, and one or the shafts broken by the
weight or tas ?nie. Upon being relieved from
the encumbering harness the mule gol np Quietly,
And sheol Mmseiftm-a very faUff?tee* nesner,
notwithstanding the excitement or the driver,,
who seem etf resolved to "take lt ont" of his hide.
OUR SALUBRIOUS CLIMATE.-Those of our
Teud?f-a-wti?"1rov? been observing the variation?
Ol temperature roportel m the table faxoinned
dally In our telegraphic colutnns" by the United
States Signal-Corps; witt have noticed that so rar
fr^rn purs being a hot elimata, Charleston stands
third fer moderate temp?rature on the net or
eighteen of the largest ottlea ot the Union. The
thermometer bas been higher at Boston, st.
Louis, Cincinnati, and even at Phlradelf Ula on
the same day than In Charleston. On Thursday of
last week toe mercury at Boston stood at 80 Fah?
renheit, while In Charleston lt was only 78; T7 In
Kew York, 84 In Augusta and 91 tn Hew Orleans.
Persons arriving here rrom the Borth st present
Invariably express their surprise et the unexpect?
ed Immunity from 'heat, and the greater comfort
they enjoy here than they did ie the higher lati?
tudes which they had so recently left.
CLUBS AND STARS.-James Ladson and
Charles Carpenter, lodged for fighting in the
streets, and Moses Rudolph, arrested fair cutting
Isaac Nesbit with a knife on Saturday, were all
turned over to a trial justice.
Julia Allen, arrested for disorderly conduct in
Elliott street, was .sentenced to pay a.tine or $10
or gjptothe House or Correction for twenty days.
Daniel Curry, a small boy who applied for lodg?
ings, being unable to give a good account or him
self was sent to Sheriff Mackey's hotel for twenty
Two men, arresting for pommelling one another
In the street, and one who got drunk and beat his
wife, were discharged on pleading the first of
Wm. Jones, lodged for Interfering with a police?
man on duty, was fined $5.
Of two bibulous Individuals who had swallowed
too much alcohol, one was fined $5 and the other
discharged on the plea of the first offence.
THE CROPS.-Factorage firms ol this city
have furnished us the following lu reference to
the growing orops:
SHELTON, UNION COUNTY-, June 7.
We have had, as elsewhere a very unfavorable
spring for the cotton crop. The planters lu ibis
section generally early In the season had good
stands of co ton, but the cold and rainy weather
about the 1st of May killed out much or the young
cotton, and checked the g-c wt h of what did not
die; but the pleasant and dry weather lo thc lat?
ter pa t ot May enabled the planters to work heir
crops well, and greatly Improved the prospee+for
a ralr average yield, we have had ror a weeK a
spell or wet weather, with heavy rains dally, and
'eti'l continuing io such an extent as to suspend
all field ooerauons. Corn crops look well, and
much more bas been planted than any year since
RlDGB, EOQBFIELD CO0NTT, June 9.
Wheat crop poor. Oom very fine Cotton so
so, and plenty or grasa on account or the great
quantity, or rain hereabout.
GAINESVILLE, FLA., Junes.
Wfare having too much rain for cotton.
ROBBING: THE MAIL_J. W. Wilder, the as?
sistant postmaster at S?Btepb?Ps^eniB^n the
Northeastern RallroarlSwAlSnm&ror* the
United States commlss^^jes^^^rf^iln;,
and examined on the charge or abstracting-?
check for $410 from a letter tn the ma ll at that
point. The prisoner confessed that he had taken
ont the drat:, trot ha$0one ap n?tido Intention
of stealing, i'Stie omet*. Mr.^frra$. Freigebt:
fled tatt tho?iprlsoOT"t?d coTnfesgd tr/him his
having broken open the letter containing the
drart. This was drawn by B. R. Smith 4 Co.-, of
Boston, and had been directed to parties in Pine?
ville, North Carolina. The old name Tor Sr. Ste?
phen's ls Pineville^?. Of aid JJ rflistalte beleg
made as to the State, the *leTier*was sent to This
place. The prisoner in default of bail was com?
mitted-Tor trial at the next term.of the district
THE STATE COURT. - The Court of General
Sessions was op-ned at io n'ciock yesterday
morning, Hon. R. F. Graham presiding.
The jurors being all present, the case of the
State vs. Wm. Lewis, Tor grand larceny,was taken
np. John G. Mackey, Esq., for the defence.- Ver?
The State vs. John Peronnean-grand larceny,
c. w. Butts tor the defence. Verdict, not guilty.
The State vs. James Geddes-grand larceny.
The defendants lu this and the preceding case
were ladicted for being implicated in tue robbery
of Messrs. Menke A Muller, ia F'-'bruiry last.
Gedfliea uad managed lo raise $-70, and Ur. Muller
being paid for hts leas, consented to drop tue
prosecution against him. Tjfee case ms then not.
prossed. The attorney in the preceding case at?
tempted to show that Geddes was the truly guilty
party, and that the solicitor had been Induced to
drop the case against Geddes by receiving a part
of the $70. The court ruled this out or order, and
the case of Geddes, which had been restored to
the docket, wa? continued until next term, and a
?bench warrant Issued against the d?tendant, re
! 'inrnabie at that time..? , . 5 \ .
"the State~vs. ciras. H. Cfeapor^-Wgamy. Butta '
A Seymour for the defence. Verdict, guilty, but
recommended to the mercy of the court.
Adjourned until io o'clock this morning.
A Ko-KLUX IN'OUR^MID?T.- Last' Sunday
morning a small negro boy, apparently about
eight years of age. was discovered perambulating
the streets with a large calabash pendant from
each ear*, and clothe'! ia a single raggeu garment,
reaching from Ms neck to his heels. This unu-.ua1
exhibition aroused the suspicions ot a policeman,
who immediately'arrested the queer turnout and
locked iu up in the Guardhouse on the charge of
vagrancy. The boy gave hts name as Daniel
?Carry, end almost without an examination he
was sentenced by the Mayor to twenty days in
jail as a vagrant. Owing to the complaints of the
diminutive prisoner, his person was subsequently
examined. The body was found to be torn and
' lacerated m a frightful manner with cuts from a
a lash, and the wounds had fest ered for want of
proper attention. He had been flogged most brutal?
ly, and the sickening brutality or the deed aroused
the indignation of all-beholders.- Tn? caw waa
brought before Trial Justice "Maj ra th, and a w'ar
rsntjaeuflrt for tu* -arrest of a 00rared drayman
named George Heyward, on the charge of assault
and battery. He waasooa arre: ted, and having
been brought before the justice, admitted that he
had flogged the boy, who w_j his apprentice,
with a leathern strap.- On t>ein genest (ohed, the
boy eal'* Wat Heyward had abut him up in a
room, and had made him run from one end to
the other, "twv og" a potnt at each end. Darug- '
this performance Bey ward stood In the middle,
and gave him cuts, as he passed, with a plaited
cowhide dray whip. At the conclusion of this he
'had ornamented and arrayed his apprentice, and
sent him Into the streets as be was discovered by
the policeman... Hayward was eora mit ted for ex?
amination, and a warrant was a'?o issued tor the
father of the child, who had repeatedly brought
Um back te Beywaffl, after be had bees away
on account'of the cruel"treatment he bad re?
TIGERS, WILD CATS AND OTHER SHALL DEER.
On the south side of Marte: street, midway be?
tween Church and State streets, m^y uO s*en an 1
establishment, the peculiar aspect of whose
front will at once arrest the attention of the cart- '
ons. Several signs of primltlr?.models, and con- 1
structed on economical prin^|ph?s,v after bei?g
duly _ deciphered j jarruoup.- m tneongrconi ?ol
lect?dE wit h (o, Wtfl^i Jean.-t.:, vtsltbr ia- doubt- '
w te their toe; li about w: en ti* ???din of wild' '
"beastes," a plgeon-roosr, or .tdry goods store.
To perplex him still moro. t.u the awning and 1
door post are seen hanging 11.e-ekius of wild ant
mais, suggesting a tannery; also several kero- 1
sene atoves and Iron?, which point to the hard- '
wtr&utflfess; aou agaa, a lot ot walkfcg^anes^ 1
apposite to a gents' rurnlshlng emporium. One '
sign informs us tbat ladies' French corsets are '
for sale here; Entering- the dooran a IraV ses- x
plc ions air. ?pu are accosted by the curator or this 1
impromptu museum, Mr. John Binns, a jtatlve of ?
TOorrflYTrelanTI, wuenttfhee?rhgrated tb tm* State *.
lo lUi, f?e has. seep some of therms -and downs qr 1
ftrisiu'^TiouVportrons'or ?ilsSouthern country, 1
?pd in UM h e. carney ck-, to-tut? ci ty to settle 1
pemanentTy. Hlslctnd manner Instantly'reas* 1
aoresj&e visitor wlKim he invites to lnar-ectUie-cu- 1
rioaliiea.of his,establishment, with the air ora 1
ma* w<b takes-afpride in his ooflectton, a* Myn- 1
beer or Leyden, one hundred years ago, would '
have shown you over his tulip beds. Mr. B. ls 1
about to reed his bird*. In a cage on the counter 1
are several One looking mocking birds, quite *
tame and sweet or note. These being provided v
for, the keeper tums to his couch near the wall, *
on which are perched numer?os young pigeons r
af every variety, pouters, trumpeter*, ruffles, Ac. 1
Mr. Dtrwta would have revelled in the collection. .
Your attention is then called to the shelves, shut c
np by glass doors, where several beautiful speei- c
meas or archangels, Ac, walt to be admired.' c
From your abstraction you are awakened by a '
rattling aad snarling to lind yourself treading on J
the tall of a sleepy looking opossum, who retires I
to hts cage in evident disgust. Running all srbout '
the floor are a numerous brood of rare '
chickens, Brahmas, Cochins, Ac, all Uvely 1
and chirping, m the shelves on the other <
aide of the apartment are a lot of dry goods, and *
every;Slog, from a paper collar to the latest 1
agony In high bnstle hoops, may be found here by '
the anxious inquirer. Curry combs and crackers 1
next attract the attention, until the puzzling l
variety culmin?tes in the window with a One >
doubte-barrel gun, army revolvers, and cases of i
dental and surgical instrumenta. At every turn <
something unusual and rare turna up, and at last i
the Investigator ends with running over a barrel i
of coal tar, and, while you are attn wondering '
what erratic notton brought that to the place, 1
Mr. Bluas asks you to take a look at his pet '
tigers, and iu the yard, to the rear of the store, '
you are brought face to face with a couple of ?
snarling, ferocious-looking wild i lger cats of mag
nlfloent proportions. We cannot say that they :
look either amiable or sociable. They do not like '
strange- faces. That ls plain, by their glaring
"eyes; and the manner in which they tear their
food-raw meat-with their curved talons, and
white long teeth, precludes all ideas " of a
closer acquaintance. Mr. Binns ls proud
of these anlma's. They have attracted
the attention or naturalists, and are to
be forwarded next week to the City orNew .York,
where they will adorn the zoological department
of the Central Park. Th? viewing or these and
other curiosities too numer?os to mention isa
pleasant entertainment tor a hair hour, which
will be heightened by the kind politeness or the
gentlemanly proprietor. He ls a ' uthern man,
and being a mau or means in Texas when the
war broke out he Invested all or hts property,
consisting or fine real estate In San Antonio, In
confederate bon ls. The cause which came near
costing him ids life went down, and Mr. B. was
ruined. He does not repine at this, but ?phudso-.
phlcally "accepts the situation." A fondness
forrare birds aad other curious specimens or
animated nature led htm to establish this shop,
the only one or the kind in the city. He has ideas
or enlarging it, and rew who know him
Will rall to wish bim SBOcess in his peculiar and
independent manner of gaining an honest liveli?
BILL HEADSJ?rimed on fine paper at ?3, $4,
SS, $6 50 and $3 50 per thousand, according to
size, at THB NBWS Job Office.
TUE MUNICIPAL ELECTION.
In response to the call published in the
morning papers of yesterday, Hibernian Ball
waaScr^de4^38*t evening with representatives
frorjfc"?T$,d 2. *7fee strength oft th?* meeting, and
the^timeroniiTepres?uta:ives' froln-dM classes
and parties, gave a sure proof of the general
want of confidence in rhe present administration,
and the strong tendency tn favor of laying aside
pollt.cs, and electing a reliable, conservative
"Mayoritnd CltyTJonnCll. Many Republicans and
Radicals attended, whose actions and speeches
promised much for a quiet election that would
^prove Mitl-factory to ad clttzens.
The ineetlng-was called to order by- Winiam L.
-Daggett, Esq., of tbe Courier, being requested to
act as temporary chairman. Mr. D., on taking
the chair, said :
Ft??ovo-cltUens-We are about tc? organize for
ene of the most important elections ever held in
Charleston-the municipal election to come off
early In August nexr. In doing so, we should be
careful to avoid everything which ls calen lated
to engender bad reefing on the part, of those
whom we must believe are opposed to u \ as well
ss to STOW everythhiK calculated to lead ns futo
a partisan contest. We do net propose, as I on*
darstand lt, to array ourselves -against anyparty.
Our object 1B to secure fdr the City of Charleston
a government which wlil guarantee a Judicious
expenditure of money In all departments of the
city administration, asd a consequent redaction
of taxes, as well as equal jus- ice to all classes of
Oar wacd meetings, as I view-their objects,
should be for work sud ror consultation, and not
for speech-making, which roo frequently engend,
ers bad feelings. Let ns avoid the use or epithets,
which can do our cause no goad, but, on the con?
trary, nTay do it great harm. Oar object ls a good,
one, and, I believe, If properly conducted, will be
-crowned with success.
We must, from tbe outset, seek the co-operation
of all interests and classes; and in order to secure
that co operation which la essential to success, we
tuust not only be moderate In our views, b.nt at
the same time conciliatory. I do net mean that
we mustsaorlace our political principles, Because
the ?le?tioii we are-abotrt ro engage m has nothing
whate ver to do with politics. I mean that we
most abolish politics from our meetings, and in?
vite to oar counsels the Republican as well as the
Democrat-the white manas well as the colored
man-^lf they favor our object. We want the co?
operation, of all classes la a cause which ls to bene
dtallaUke,. * -
I believe, too, ir we conduct the canvass In the
manner which I have Indicated, we will be re?
warded with suc?es, the grand result or which
will be the meauB of placing oar old battle-scarred
city on the road or progress again, where she will
soon loom up In that commercial-Importance
which nature destined her to occupy.
Further, I believe tr we are successlul that In a
short time our burnt districts, which now are
grazing places ror cattle, and heart sickening to
us all, will be merry wltb the once familiar
sounds or the trowel and the hammer. Then the
laboring man will be able to go home to his
family on a Saturday night with dollars In his
Socket, lu the place ?i dimes which he takes
onie now. Such a change will be beneOcl?l to
sli, because it wril lighten the taxes and make
our old city look cheerful again.
Let me ask. ls there a man In the Ut y or
Charleston who would not make any sacrifice
within his reach rohring about such a resale? -I
venture to say there is not one. And 1 sincerely
believe that ir we are successful tn the objects for
which we*are about to organize, the cooU results
to which l have alluded, will certainly follow.
The meeting la now ready to proceed to busi?
lu response to numerous calls a colored man
named Pishbura arose abd said he was a Repub?
lican, and no mistake. He was a Radical Repub?
lican, but he had made up his mind to fight this
campaign on one Une against two men now In or?
nee. Gilbert Pillsbury sud Captain Hendricks. He
had no more use ror these two than ror a snake,
[applause,] and be wanted bis words to be pub?
lished sbrosd. He did not think his Radical
principles were compromised by supporting good
men for the city administration, and he would do
bis best for them against Pillsbury and Hen?
dricks. [Applause ]
During the absence er the committee, Mr. James
Simons, Jr., addressed the meeting la a brier
speech, and was warmly received.
Mr. T. J; Mackey was next called ror, and re?
sponded by saving that he was a Republican, but
st the same time he was a-South Carolinian, and
he hoped the cause would succeed. -
Mr. E. W. M. Mackey was requested to express
his views, but deeltued and said that he had
merely called to look on and see what was going
on, and that he might sustain ehe movement.
The committee appointed to nominate perma?
nent officers to control the meetings or the ward
ia the coming campaign, reported as follows:
W. L. Daggett, president ; George H. Moffatt, first
rtee-prealdoftt; James simona, Jf., second j vice
-resident; Stephen Mctkur, piled] vice-president:
?Itu H. o-tend or ff. recording secretary; ll-w.
lYlgg.correspondlng secretary; W. B. Mlnott, trea?
Loud aid repeated calls ror "Sam Dickerson"
low* resounded through the meeting, and at
ength tn response to the call the irrepressible
KsJ?r ssce-idssVthe stage.^ He ffdd, ?in; the first
place, he thanked them ror this '.spontaneous"
tali: secondly, not having much time, he would
-orne tight down u&Ht&r and murd ly, ne did not
?vant to tread on anybody's corns, but tr he did
io, hs asked leave to apologize. He was a Repub
less-i and sad rou fr* it a* hard ss snyBody for foo r
tears. He came to this meeting. toJtsten, but
*ing forced to*spe*k, ne wouM discuss what was
obs done. He thought he could tell a thing or
wo'from his- expel.?ce.~ He "had Just rettrrned
rom the North, .where? he . had tajteed Xo
he leading Republicans, t u as Greeley,
aiton, . Clafldn/ and ?teVart, and - lad come
jack a changed man. Some people thought
ie had gone North to lecture about the Ku?
nu*, Ac, but this was not so. ir he had done
o, he knew that when he got back thc town
vould have been too hot ror him. He had spoken
o many Republicans on these matters since his
eturn, and they bad been cogitating for some
lme over what was to.be done. It was time for ?
he blaok men-"the moles that pull the political
art, sud can't get shavings for dinner"-to look
mt ror themselves. He wanted lt to be distinctly
inderstood that he did not consider that he For?
feited one lota or his Republican principles by
oining in this Conservative movement, but he ex
>ected, nevertheless, to hear to-day that Sam
dickerson had Jumped over the renee, and was a
Democrat. He asked a mend to look down
he busiest street or the city st midday,
ind say why trade was so doll, and
.he town so still, lt was Want or confidence
n the present administration. Hld any one ever
iee, in ante-bellum times, one alderman with
lour carts on the street with rour drivers, and
these going to the Almshouse and d- awing their
rations. The city pays three dollars apiece ror
the carts, and rations-that ls, twelve dollars a
lay. This alderman's son has two carts on the
same terras. Another son has one cart, and sells
ill the brick and lime. Another alderman's son
was assistant city inspector, and James F.
Greene was both harbor master and keeper or
tho powder magazine at one and the tame time.
The same alderman with the rour carts had one
jon who did all the tin work Tor the city, and
another son was flour inspector. The whole
family was provided for, rrom grandmother down.
The poor widow who before could put her cart on
the-street must now give way till the alder-,
man's ramify were provided for. Alder?
man Smalls and he were members or the
same church, but he had to tell the
truth. While he did not have bat a "lousy" five
cent lost or bread and some mean coffee for
breakfast, there was Alderman Small doing all
the brick and mortar work, under contract, before
hlB very door. These things could not last. He
thought the colored men could best subserve
their interest by going to the white men.and say?
ing, we have been at arms-length, but let us
meet hair way; let ns unite and put reliable men
In office, and give the city a chance. In .doing
this they would not be any worse Repabilcans,
but act like citizens who were willing to do their
best for the city they lived in. The major was In?
terrupted by cheers, and len the stage amid a
storm cl applause.
On motion or Mr. Miller, the following resolu?
tion was unanimously adopted :
Resolved, That while recognizing the spirit or
Ward 8, as shown in the resolution passed at. its
last meeting, looking to an early action lu the
matter or selecting delegates to the convention
to be held to nominate a Mayor and Aldermen
for thlB etty, to be voted for at the coming elec?
tion, we would respectfully request that a later
a*j be named, say the -29th instant, at which
time the respective wards are invited to assemble
at their various places of meeting, to make In
general a selection or delegates to attend said
convention, which we suggest shonld meet on the
stb or July.
The meeting then adjourned.
THE POPE'S JUBILEE.-On the sixteenth of
this month Pope Pins IX will have Siled his high
position for twenty-five years. The situaron
[g?ustbeone of considerable'apprehension if the
fuoly Eather reverences popular tradition. The
annals or the church state that St. Peter's pon?
tificate lasted just a quat ter century, and ancient
prophecy has it that the "years or Peter" will
never again be completed except by the last of
the long line.or Popes, AS ir In confirmation or
this prediction, no successor or' the first Bishop'or j
Rome has filled the chair ror that length or.ttme,
and- lt now remains to bp seen whether Pms IX
wHKconnrm tradition by dying within the week
to come, or harass the souls or the credulous
raKhrul?by living to be, according to the prophecy,
trie last of th? Popes. The alternative must in?
deed be distressing, and we' may imagine the
Pontlrr counting the hours .with nervous appre- j
benslon. But, au tough showing the advances of
age and the wear and tear or the arduous duties
of his position, Pope Plus IX win doubtless pass
the critical sixteenth of June without yielding to
the unwritten law which compels him to die be?
fore that date; and as ror the alternative which
| would make him the last ot the Popes, although
he has lived to Eee the Papacy sho'ra or its tem?
poral power, there ls no prospect that the spirit?
ual pontificate will lack an incumbent ror many
times the years or Peter.
The Roman Catholics all over the world are pre?
paring to celebrate the occasion or the twenty
fifth anniversary bf the election of Pope Plus
with especial magnificence; and in Charleston, we
learn, arrangements are on foot to honor the
event tn becoming style
A meeting or the Catholic Institute waa held
last evening, and a committee composed of ten
>ge_Bt;emen from each congregation, to make ar?
rangements for the celebration, (which will take
place on Saturday, the 17th Instant, at half-past 7
o'clock, at the Cathedral groundB) was appointed.
A band of music ls to be In attendance, and the
ruins of the Cathedral, as well as the hall of tba]
Institute, are to be illuminated. There will, be
sldeB, be a general display of fireworks'. Speakers
will be invited to address the. meeting, and sr Ba?
late or twenty-five guns will be fired at sunset in
.aoenr. ol Jl?e twenty-five completed years of the
pontificate. The committee are requested to
meet at the Cathou: Institute Hall at 8 o'clock
OBSEQUIES OP SISTER MARTHA O'GORMAN.
We are indebted to a friend or the deceased for
the following account of the impressive ceremo?
nies In connection "Pith the funeral of the much
lamented Sister Martha:
The remains or Sister Martha, who died rn last
Saturday, the loth instant, lu the Convent or
"Our Lady or Mercy," Queen street, were brought
to the Cathedral Cliap?l yesterday morning. A Re?
quiem High Maas was celebrated for her repose
by the Very Rev. Dr. Bermingham, V. G., assisted
by Rev. Harry Northrop, as deacon ; Rev. Father
Fullerton, as sab-deacon, and Rev. Father Quig
ly, as master of ceremonies. Save one priest, who
was indisposed, all the Catholic clergy or the city
were in the aftoctoary. After mass, Very Rev.
Dr. Bermingham made a brier allusion to the lire
or the departed sister. It is'appointed, said he,
for all men to die,, and none can escape death.
The saint and sinner m. :&?'>; and the good Sis?
ter Martha ls no more. She waa born In the City
of Cork, in the "island or Saints." The Rigbt
Rev. Dr. England was acquainted with her fami?
ly, and knew their piety and virtues. When he
became Blshof) or Charleston, he saw the necessi?
ty or having a religious community to give a
literary and moral education ta the Catholic I
young ladies and children. In the providence or
God, be succeeded lb getting the two Misses
O'Gorman's, his former acquaintances In Cork.
The two slaters, accompanied by their niece,'
then a girl, were the first rounders or the "Sisters
or Mercy " In Charleston. The elder sister was
Installed Mo her Superior, and held the office 'till
her death. The mece. MISB Barry, has been since
well known to oar citizens BB "Mother Teresa,"
having been elected ror many terms to that office
by her Slaters. For abont forty years the late
Sister Martha has labored ror God and His Church,
and His orphans, as well ss' ror the sick and the
needy in Charleston, as circumstances required.
She ueeds no eulogy, as the crowds who visited
her remains during the last two days fully testi?
fied. .Besides, virtue ls Its own reward, its own
eulogy, an embodiment of the purest and highest
morality in action. Such was the life and exam?
ple or Sister Martha; and though gifted with a
strong origma! mind and keen perceptions, they
were the more evident and appreciated in
hf-r great simplicity or character and manner.
As God renders to au according to their work, I
hope her reward is grear, and that she has
already received the wt-Icorae ot her Heavenly
Fattier, "Well done good ano faithful servant,
enter into the Joy of the Lord."
Hotel Arrival*-June ia.
W. J. Spiers, Bi. Stephen's; W. W. Willis,
Barnwe.l; E. M. Troth, New York; Jno. Nettles,
N. E. Railroad; Ed. 0. Cole, Atlanta. -
R. E. Fraser, Georgetown; D. D. Rogers and
daughter, New Orleans; R. A. Brown, New Haven;
Smith, New York.
A. H. Hammond, New'York; Frank A. Donald?
son, Philadelphia; 0. C. Welt, Boll River; Thomas
Mccomb, Summerville; James Osborne. Wm.
Acorn, Newark; 0. F. Clark, Chas. Sommers,
Kusrssns ir o T i o rn a.
THE NEW PATENT SASH PULLIES.-We direct
attention to the advertisement of Mr. John H.
Devereux in this morning's NEWS. The Pilgrim
Sash Pullies, to Judge from this announcement,
will effect a great reform In this branch or domes
t?o architecture. Weights and box-frames will
soon be among the things that were.
JUST RECEIVED, a fresh supply of Milwaukee
Lager Beer, at C. W. Wlecklcg's, corner of King
aad Society streets. Junl3-1*
CROQUET ! CROQUET !. CROQUET 1 ! I-Im?
mense reduction in price I The largest Field
Croquet at $4.
HASEL STREBT BAZAAR AND No. ifll KINO ST.
THE ATTENTION OF WATCH-BUYERS ls called
to our large stock of Waltha u Watches. These
Watches have been long known throughout the
nutted States as the best and cheapest In the
market. All Watches guaranteed.
W. CARRINGTON A Co.,
m ar Lt No. 256 King street.
I DESIRE to inform the people of Charleston
and the country that they can buy a better and
cheaper Sewing Machine from me than they can
elsewhere, and now ls the time, and No. 31 Queen
street is the place, to get a first class Sewing Ma?
chine, either new or second-hand; ao come one,
come ai<, and let me serve you to a No. 1 Machine.
JUnlO J. L. LUN8FORD.
TUE ACADEMT OF MUSIC GRAND GIFT CON?
CERTS, as advertised by Messrs. Butler, Chadwick,
Gary A Co.-Mr. Eben Collin, sub-agent. Tur this
splendid and attractive scheme ls now prepared
to sell tickets for the same. Applications to be
made to him at thc office of Mr. E. M. Moreland,
No. 29 Broad street. may29
PRICES REDUCED.-Dress Goods ot every de?
scription are now sold at and below cost, by
Messrs. MELCHERS A MULLER.
junQ-6 No. 2t7-Klng street.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Orno
s now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
nosiness cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
nosiness man should have his card printed on
COatcIjcSt Jctoclrrj, &t.
JD ALL, BLACK & CO.,
NOS. 585 and 567 BROADWAY, N. Y.
STERLING SILVER FORKS AND SPOONS
In quantity, at
tl 75 GOLD PER OUNCE.
These Goods are pronounced superior In beauty
of finish, and greater ta variety or pattern, to any
Table Ware manufactured.
A LARGS STOCK OP
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
1 J w '"rT^^^m^r^rtr^r
UNPRECEDENTED BARGAINS 2
" FOR FIVr~DAYS LONCER,
WE PARTICULARLY INVITE THOSE WHO ARE DESIROUS OP OflTAlNINQ BARGAINS TO
VISIT OUR STORES, AS SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY IS'SELDOM OFFERED. ....
EVERY ARTICLE ZN OUR STOCK
.. . ' . . .'. r?; 1 UKJ t tl IB .
WILL BE DISPOSED OP ...
AT NEW YORK COST AND LESS !
A LARGE LINE-OF . ..'??:[
Summer Dress Goods, Irish Linen, Bird's-Eye Diaper, Silk
Trimmings, Ribbons, &c,
AT A ?k. BEAT SACBIPIOE.
AV Call and be convlneeo. The attention of Merchants la called to tue above. -
F???JJG0TT, BENEDICT & CO.,
'?"Wosr?l* and 437 KING STREET.
Jan* . **Sa~? '- Jr? ?
BEDFORD'S (LATE CORWIN'S) QfB\
HEADQUARTERS FOB SELECTED DAIRY BUTTER
PURE LEAF LARD
PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLISH CHEESES
EN H LIS M AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, ?D .
BISCUITS,- ic.", 'deo. " ,
N. B.-I CLAIM TO rlEEP THE LARGEST STOCK. AND* MOST EXTENSIVE .ASSORTMENT Di
FAMILT GROCERIES IN THIS CITT. j
- t ' i '.".
?2. E. BEDFORD, I
VERY . PURE
CHOICE J. IB RANDIES. WINE!
WILLIAM S. CORWIN A CO.. f
F A M I L X . - > AND VERY OLD
' No. '375 ICING STMEET, .?
FLOUK . * WHISKIES.
/ I OPPOSITE HASEL. J
\tfaoi^SUJLdE JLTVO RETAIL DEALER
' : '? : sp " : -?.
Fine '?eas. Coffees, Sugars Provisions; Spices, &o*
HEK .11K T IC A LLY SEALED FfKTXTS.
VEGETABLES," MEAT'S, SOUPS, dVc.
AU articles sold from this astabuertmeat ar? of the VERY BEST QUALITY and' WARRANTEE
3oodi leu ve re J to all parts of the City, Railroad Depots. Steamboats, tree, or ex ge a se.
EVER f E. BEDFORD. > SEND FOR A (JAS. S. MARTIN,
i KO. H. GRUBER. f -, CATALOGUE. ) WM. tt. Hf OOO, Ja
JJ O S E'S HO TE L ;
( FOP. ii KR LT HOST'S HOTEL, )
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Th?a House is In the centre or tlie/jtty, convenient |
to.all the public offices and business bouses, locat?
er da: The southwest corner or the HMHOM
SqQare: has been recently reopened and r?nov?t
ed, and mil now compare favorably with any
Hoiel at the South.
ROSE"S Omnibus ?lil convey passengers to and
from every train freeof charge.
A190, a flTst class Carriage for the accommoda?
tion or ladies. . ?
j no 12 W. E ROSE, Proprietor.
Jatup ?rj??s, Ut.
MOTHERS, READ V/??sT
L T waterproof. Pro
Linea Diapers; avoids
pins} permita clrcoli
u JJ ot air. Keoom
mended by physicians
and all muthera whoae
children have worn
them. Made ta four j
sizes : Ism anent; 4
Malled free. Addreiw
F. TON SANTEN, No.
229 King street. Charleston, H. C., Dealer In all
kinds of RUBBER GOODS, such as Rabber Sheet?
ing, white and black, Air Pillows, Air and Water
Boat, Hospital Cushions. Bandage Gum, Rubber J
Clothing, Plano Covers, D ior Mats. Ac, Ac, and
Imponer of Fancy Goods, Toys and Fireworks.
- Sljirts ano ?nnuslimg Q3ooo*,
g THE PLAGE FOR LOW PRICES? g
7ft, Quality and Work Guaranteed.
Latest New York and London Cuts.
Order your shirts now, berore tho bot
Shirts, Collars, Drawera, Night Shirts.
Made to Orders and Ready-Made.
At less price than any other Bret class
Meu*B'Furn(3.htng Goods at
SCOTT?S SHIRT EMPORIUM.
Slr AR SHIRTS.
Meeting street, opposite' Market.
J & P* 0 0 ATS '
* SPOOL COTTON.
.We have In Stock and will "always keep anas
sortment of COATS' THREAD for sale at New
York trade prices. JOHN 0. M1LN0R A CO.,
febll-stutnsmos No. 135 Meeting street.
Q.ERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL i
AN INVALUABLE REMEDY FOR INFANTS 1
This ls the best Medicine Tor young children
suffering with Colic, Diarrhoea, or any other com
plaint, in Idem to Teething, lt may be g.ve;
with sarety, as lt contains no opium, or other in
Price, 26 cents a bottle.
Manufactured ann cor?ale by
DB. H. BAEB.
Also by the following Druggists:
A. W. ECKEL A CO., Dr. A. RAOUL.
Dr. W. A. SKRINE, A. 0. BAKBOT,
Vt. T. LITTLE A CO., J. BLACKMAN,
P. M. COHEN, Dr. E. H. KELLERS,
K.-S. BURNHAM, GRAMAN A > CU WAKE,
t?. W. AIMAR, J. LOCKWOOD,
(3. J. LUHN, W. T. LINN,
W. A. GIBSON,
And by Druggists generally. jan2
The IRISH WORLD wjlUfive, lulu ?eu^ i
(June 24) u um ter, g .gplMain fail ?1*0 lllnstra
Uon of Mardbal MCMAHON'S tnurnoo- ia. parla.
Get, a copy. The IRISH WORLD la Tor sale at il
the News Stands; price FIVE CENTS. Specimen
coptes sent FRIIB te all persons on application.
AdOresi IRISH WORLD. New Tor?. Jomis-i*
FOR MAY NOW READY.
CONTENTS A3 VARIED ANO INTERESTING
' AS USUAL.
Price-For single number.35 cents
For sate by
WALKER, EVANS 4 COGSWELL^
Publishers. No. 3 Bread street.
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE.
L EV-K Sf RINO?, -
'"- . JS . "Ff'**-'!'"'-'.
SPARTANBUBG OOtJSTy, 3. G.
This dellghtrul watering place la now open for
Being situated la the nortnern part or. the
state, in a section remarkable ror d?nguttul cli?
mate, beauty and healthfulness, together with the
virtues or the water, makes lt one or the most
desirable watering places to be round.
Toe medicinal qualities of this water are not'
exceded, and are a sovereign remedy, ror all Fe?
male Diseases, diseases of long standing. Diseas?
es of the Liver, Bowels, Stomach, Kidneys, Erup?
tions or the Skin, Scrofula, Dyspepsia, Dropsy,
Arrangements will be- made to accommodate
a large number of visitors.
The best music will be In attendance to enliven
Fancy Balls during the summer.
A Livery will be kept at moderate charges.
Charges-$2 60 per day; $30 to $46 per month,
according to rooms. Children ander ten years of
age and colored servants half price. . |
Cottages to rent at $26 and sss ror the sea?
son. W. D. FOWLER,
A9> Stages rrom Jonesville direct to the Hotel
EIGHT MILES FROM SPARTAN ? U rt O C. H., S. C.
Hotel will be opened for visitors 1st June, wi.
Tbe table will be provided with the best thc coon
try affords. Board per month $90; per week $12;
per day $2 6".
Hacks run dally*to the Springs from Spartan
burg. The water ls Chalybeate. Has proven eft.
cacious In curing Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia,
Kjdney Diseases, Gravel, Dropsv, Diarrhoea,
Cutaneous Affections, Chill and Fever, and many
other ins or a kindred nature. Mineral and Free?
stone Baths. H. a OLIVER, Proprietor,
mav23-tuth7* Spartanburg C. H., S. C.
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. A C. MERRIAM, Springdell!,
Mass. Sold by ad Booksellers. may27-18*
anctian s?l?w--gi|ig Utos.
W?LL BE SOLD THIS DAY, BEFORE
anrStore, No.-rn EassBaj.-a: half-past
500 Prtmeiimoted d?ooMrts' ! fl? JfWiil
:chee?o, Batter, Muckern,. j : M ?sdsKtt
STEFFENS, WBBNEE ? M'G&ER
WILL SELL THIS DAY, BEFORE
their Stores, Venu de Range, at a o'clock,
10 haU-barrela LARD .,
iah*. D.s.Shoulders. K
,H"^.8uioir*aflneujdani. . -
i? hpta. Jolee,.
.. Wbbto. Pickle* Pig Heads '" ' ? ' ?
llrtlerces Bagged-and Dabiigged Hans ? t*
20 Ot>l*. Strips . .... .?./? i* 6 *r. e?
25 boxes Tobacco ' J?
19 bbls.No. i Mackerei ' ',K'" ? K'M
?half bbtfM?clBerer- :' -xaKftt JH.VK'A
I j l?boxea-Me? Oheaga.KC ?guojgpflg
SBy LHTC?? & A^tANlTBB!.
. THIS DAY, the l3Trl ioitknt, willie Sold In
to?oaT8?o??*t^c#?jS?blC. - :
?-tiesces N.T. &. O. H*M& in lol? .
10 bblB. S. 0. Strips, ID lots ... .. ....
10W)laS.O.Shoalderg,lnlpta ''"' '
8 DMB.'B. 0. Bellies, in lot?. '
AXD, OM ACCOUNT OP ALL COSCK RN?D,
?boxes SICK BACON , " -,
2 hilde. Hams . ??
2 botes Shoulders ri .?. to . V
. .?8 bois. Potato?, r :r??i:i .-.iry
Conditions cash. . . janjj
By TIE DE KAN, CAXDEB ? CO.
HAMS, BOULDERS, BTJTT^R, -aro.
THIS DAY, at three-ifojirtecs past o o>do?k,
wm oe ssW befase otu- atoes. *. -'
l? tierces Sugar-oured EAMS
5 tierces Shoulders
15 boxes Shoulders <
5 hhds. C. R. Sides . i
: 10 Arkins Now Batter ? r .~ ? r
M tnbs Bar Batter ....n-.t.
10W poanrJ? Stew York Strips
. Si bois. Bmw? Bogar. -:^n
Oondjttona.oMh. - - ? jaiOj
By HEWBY ??BIA f ?0i !*
MA 0 C A R o NI'.':' ' .
THIS DAY, at 9 o'clock, In front of our
?tt*e, wm be-soW,
V) boxas KAC0A11ONI
_ . Candles, Cheeie,.Ac, Ac., r.. ~
OOnalrlons cash . . - ? JgM
: HM. A, H?8M)W;'&'?O,;.;.^C
?LO?R! FLOUR! FLOUR I ,:
X Tb IS MORNING, ur* lorant, at io tf clock,
will be fold in front of our Store, No. 141 East Bay,
76 bbls, FLOUR. . '^loW
Bf A. H. ABBAHAMS & SONst
THIS DAY, TH?13THV AT IO O'CLOCK,
will be sou ac oar -Sion, No. 188 Meetlug
street, (, .uni ...if.^ i
An assorted Stock or DRY GOODS,'' Hottorr.
Shirts and Notions. . , _ ,r"r ^ jfflg
of Perry Wharr, lc Mo emt Pleaaaat, -on tfOfujSlT,
number orrises ?nd Lo^nd^Vac'ar^!xb%,ln
the sa? townJtbeir. location and dlmfm&ahTto
be described i?he time of the sale. LefSTon
and to be sold for. ?axes doe the. said town 'by
the following penons and for amo?ota dMO*lte
site their respective names: V,J v .
Estate M. ?bnott, ta?
<? state S. H. Jervey, *t? 60: watx
. E8toteJ\MlchelLl4jl.((iK. J? :
li^f-M.awan, wu . ?v
Estate Kn. O'Hara. ?8 80 . i..
Kaya? W?. ayaoss,si ^ , i; ? '
Estate JT?. Lsbord, |8 ft . :. ^ ... . .
. Estate JaoMsLabord, .$*2t . .."
li?tate Jaases Arcoer, Wfi9, ?a ia.1 ?
Kstato James Archer, 1870, W?jSf 3f?.
Es'.?te U. Moleaon, ?2 Tl , - ??i? K
Jisaw A. a Phin, se 07. .
.fi^tsJ. Clllller, $4 li. ; *? SaS3??
janl3-mthm3 MwhalTQw? Wpjg^Wggg?
Bj ROBERT 8/ >2tti^B,:"
' A?l?tlom?eaK ^aoww??
FRECLOSURE OF MORTOAQ?S,
Sim?os. A Siegling, Solicitor?, va. Edwin D.
En ato n and tho World Motoal Life- Ia'surance
Company-In the Commoa.*ieasr ChaTtBUon
County. . . . ' fj" 'SUM" . VM""
By virtue of a decretal order in inls case, maile
by Hon. R. F. Graham, I will-offc.-for njt Mjmb
Uc auction, ai the old Pc?tofflee rjuausc. on
Broad street, in the City of Charleston, oh TUES?
DAY, the 27fu day of Jone, A. D. WI, aVUVoKwk
AU that Lot. Piece or Parcel af LAND, together
wirb the BUILDINGS thereon. Bituat?, ly Jog a^id
being on the south side of George streeu? lae
City of Charleston and State AforeBSid.anCBpwn
ss No. 9 On said street; measuring and con talo lng
la front os George- street seventy feet,.thasBorrr
on the back or south line, ano- on tao ?ait,and
west lines respectively two hundred and forty-one
feet three lnchefl. be these dimensions more or
lesa, as-per plat of said property; madsjh^Wm.
?Hume, Jr., Surveyor. February 14, 1870, sad duly
?.corded; bounded nor.h on George street,- east
?a Lands of Freunds".haitobund, Dr. R. A. Kin
loch, and est?t?of James Lamb; sooth on Land
forawrly of Franc:g Black, and west on Lsnd-lste
or estate of Moses I). Hjwsas. : ..?v >
- tc rms- Four tUoaeand CV? hundred OollstB In
?c?>n. and the. tesldue In one and two yesra w 11 h
tatsrest irom t-tie day or ssl*, psyahle sarsl-annu?
ally, ?ooored by bond orbondiOi tue pamiiaaer
ar purchasers, and mortgagootthsjtemiBeB)Blie
sretnifea to be ln?u??<land poUcy-asalgnedi-: 5roe
pu relater tapay for stamps and jpagora.
* joB6-tn4 _? .. Special Beagea
" ? * . . 1 ; . .i jr~
Snsiiuss '. CoToa;; : ??$
jf^ HARLES LIEBEN ROODf
\j f . en-- . . - . .T h*< - ;
SIE Ail TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
w Highest Prices paid in Onsh for Crud? Tur?
pentine. , '
Virgin %406, Yellow Dip $8, Bard $l ?0. ,
jnn9-lmo? . ? '^
TT INSMAN k HO Wj?jft* ,
FA0TOB9 . ut' .
ARD GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. V?s East Bay,
CHARLESTON, ,S.: C. .
Will give prompt personal attention to thesale
or sMpment of
PEACHES AND APPLES IN THEIR SEASON, ARD
COUNTRY PRODTTOE GENERALLY.
Marking Plates, and Instructions for packing,
fornlahed on application. .' mayaMmo
JOSEPH MURRAY, .'
NOTARY PUBLIC, . . .
REAL ESTATE AGENT AND C?LLECIOB,
NO. 109 EAST BAT, NEAR BROAD STRKBT.
mayio_. -K ? -..
JUEVES, BROWN ?V VAN WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
t.X ALL KINDS OF
DOMESTIC FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
In their season.
Nos. 162 and 163 CENTRE RO W,
WEST WASHINGTON, M ARKET,
NEW YORK. ' IYI
REFERBNCES. -S. A. Lambert, with Adolph
Nimitz, Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
No. 209 East Bsy, Charleston; S. a aprl8-3mos
Jsaacscn's preparations. '
STJErJE] POP !
DEATH TO RATS,
NEVER FAILING.- N
BOXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTHERS.
HERMETIC-ALLY SEALED AND. ?
Sold at Wholesale by
DO WIE. MOISE & DAVIS,
And at retail by all Druggists. febl-emo