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The Daily _N~ews.
FRIDAY UOfcN-Ata. AUGUt?T 10, 18C?
VA It H? li s I Xi-JU 8.
[Front the Jetton Pott.)
Foneacola lisa sinall-pox badly.
Fish aro ecarco in the Bay of St. La wron co.
Sedge grase ia a uuccobbiuI material for papor.
Philadelphia baa a Fomalo Art Club. _
Chili hae a financial depression.
Dean Itichmoud had $108,721 inoomo laat year.
Queen Emma is ?aid to bo a native of Boston.
. Three olopomouts in ?mo wook at K&nBas City.
PruBBia hae eo.it 20,000 needle-guns to Italy,
, Dog-fish are plenty in the watt ra around Gape
Drosses embroidered with needle-guns and pic
ture? of dying Auulrians are faBbionablo in Paris.
Moro MormoiiB passed through Springfield on
".Wednesday, bound for Utah.
Cholera ia moro violent than ever among tho
PilgrhnB at Mucca.
Dispatches ?oman tho Atlantic are a little mud
dled becauso the wire he? on the bottom of tho
A man who never wrbIiob himBolf has land
mark? upon hie faco.-[Prentice.
Bonnor, of tho Lodger, has $120,000 invested in
A lump of gold has boon found in Montana
An Italian namoi] Quick was drugged to death
and robbed in a St. Louis negro den.
A man in Troy claims to e the originator of
tho Atlantic telegraph enterprise.
A very riob gold vein has boon discovered in Ne
vada County, California, by tv man who was dig
ging a cellar.
The Atlantic cabio commenced where the Con
gressional cabal left off- in the mud.-[ Washing
Nearly oue hundred freedmen, who came North
to obtain"work, arrivud in Portland on Wednes
A French company has been started for the ex
ploration of the Costa Rica gold mines.
No ice was to be bad - throughout the Isthmus
The wife of a naval officer recently Btabbod her
husband in the streets of the Mound City.
The "Radical?? are curious abont tho ^Philadelphia
Wigwam. This is natural, as there they will be
"Caleb" saya there are Bcrious obstados in tho
way of lightning dispatches, when thoy charge for
them like thunder.-N. B. Mercury.
?S? "Why ia a happy husband Uko the Atlantic cable?
Because he is spliced to his Heart's Content.-N.
A Frenchman has invented a firearm called the
electric-gun, which is said to beat the needle-gun
by a long shot.
The Egyptians have discovered a new method
of getting rid of the swarms of locusts with
which that country is at present afflicted. They
Mrs. Calvin Toop'o, *of Maquoketo, Iowa, had
occasion to kill a couple of five feet rattlesnakes
the other day while superintending her domestic
A duel with knives was recently fought between
two men named .viiliams and England, near Rich
mond, Ky., in whioh the latter was killed.
A young man named Starr committed suicide at
NobleBville, Ind., by shooting himself through
the head. Venus was his evil star.
Mr b. Odell, of New York, lately armed herself
with a rov? Iver and started in quest of her bus
band's paramour. She would have killed the wrong
woman, but that her pistol was not capped.
A man who was sent to jail from Pittsfield for
bigamy thua bewails his lot in a letter to & friend:
"I hav giv up awl hoapa of gittin out, an must dy
aloanin mv eellof a brokin bart."
The house of Mason Cobb, of Mansfield, was
struck by lightning recently, and a twin daughter
of 9 yeara instantly killed as sbo was getting upon
the bed with bei- sister.
Anne Harrison and Eliza Jolley lied a desper
ate fight tin New York lately, during whioh the
Harrison termagant ?sized au ice-pick and plung
ed it five timos into the breast of her adversary,
producing fatal wounds.
Some New York burglars attempted to oart off a
Grand streut Ht.?ck of fancy goods the othor night
in a hack, whioh thoy bad hired for the purpose,
but tho speculation was a failure. Policemen were
watching their operations, and nabbed them.
A lady in Indianapolis the other day commenced
tickling her dandi'or, a girl fourteen years old.
She continued this amusement until the girl be
came completely exhausted, and finally, in strug
tling to freu herself, burst a blood-vessel, and
Euphrates Lake, of Oswego, N. Y.t a Seventh
Day Baptist, recently used up two whips in flog
ging his Bon, a lad 12 years old, because he would
not work on tho -?bbath, and was going for a
third when the neighbors interfered and rescued
tho boy. The inhuman parent lately turned his
daughter out of doors for the aamo reason.
.- John B. Sherwood, the inventor of a procesa for
-reducing straw to pulp for paper went into an
Albany barber shop during a reoout insane fit and
wanted bia bead taken oil. Next he wanted hia
hair cut, braided and decorated with ribbone, in
Which he was accommodated. He afterwards in
dulged in promiscuous pistol praotice, and was
An amusing a pee t ado was recently witnessed at
Long Branoh. There were 1100 guests at the
-* Continental, and all the rooms being filled, the
proprietor spread about fifty beds and nammocka
in tho dining hall. Abont midnight the ocoupant s
of these extemporized resting places arose, and
each having a sheet wrapped aronnd him, filed
out in solemn proceasion, first to the bar for a
drink, and thence into the yard and elsewhere.
The appearance of tbis spectral file of speechless
beings attract? d much attention*** causing a gene
ra- "wake np" all over the place, and occasioning
much merriment. v
Tho Cincinnati T?mes has received the following
in answor to a matrimonial advertisement ; it ia
from Spring Hill, Tennessee :
"Estella wants a husband who is not a farmer.
In me she can find one of many trades and pro
fessions. I left the plow and bade adieu to farm
ing in boyhoi d. Since then I have been lawyer,
artist, shoemaker, peddler, printer, phrenologist,
merchant and auctioneer. I have been employed
in various other pursuits incident to wild adven
ture, not calculated to win Eetella's hand, lam
a bachelor of fort)-ai x winters, Estella can havo
me. soleoting from my trades and profoaaionrf
-which I shall follow for her support. I have
nearly starved atti.nn all."
? ? ? a
A Rai_wat ." 8_EEPEn "-Tho BenonaiB relates a
singular accident on the Lyons Railway, nci
Mormant (Yonne). A watchman named Froi?!-? '
had returntd to his post about throe in the morn
ing, after having accompanied hie wife to a neigh
boring fete, and foi ling fatigued, he sat down ou
tho top of the embankment which skirt- the line.
There ho foil asleep and slipped on to the perma
nent way in such a manner that his right log lay
across the outer rail. While in that position a
train parsed and severed tho limb below the kueo,
and also injured tbo loft heol. Htrang?? to say, the
mau dooB not appear to have been immtdiately
awaro of the accident, and only discovered hie
situation wlios ho awoke and attempted to got up.
He then called for aesiftauoe. and was removed to
tho noarest hi .a pi tal, whore tue amputation of the
right leg was found to be necessary. Tho man in
? ? ?-s ? *
Tn_ New York Evening Post, of Saturday, eaye
Chief Justice Kufliu, of North Carolina, has de
cided the new State Constitution inoperative,
Judge Ilufllii has dono nothing of the sort. Io
the first place he- is not Chief Juatioe of North
Carolina-that office is filled by Judge R. M. Pear*
eon. In the second place be is not oo the beno
at all. and has not been for a number of years.
Finally, North Cir.'liiia baa n?it nut a new Stat?
Constitution for anybody to '.decide" on.-Peters
burg Expr?s?, ^
d. J. rtililililWa-M,,
NO. 37 IaI_STi_ STREBT,
BEI WEEN KINO AND HI'. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DMJ.0R1PTI0N AND BOILD
INO M .TEBIAL oonatantly on b.nd at thu lowest
marBot prioa. #
Jane M ftnlyr
WILLIS _. CHiSSOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WELL ATTEND TO THE PUBOHASB, BALE ANI
BHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domeutlo Porta) o
lOTTON, BIOS, LUMUKU and NAVAL BTOBES.
' ATLANT 1C W II A IIB". Cl-nr leaton, 8. O.
I. WILLIS.-.A. B.0HB3OL?
ARCHIBALD GI.TTY & CO.,
Shinning au. Commission Herctaals.
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARP,
AND 128 MEETING STREET,
.MAULUMTON, 8. C.
a. ?a?ty.K. A. Sondar.8. T. Sonder.
JOS. H. RISLEY,
General Commission Merchant,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
SUGARS, MOLASSES. ETC,
No. HO EAST BAY,
CORNER OF ACCOMMODATION WHARF.
ISA1C E, HERTZ & CO.,
, COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Factors and Auctioneers,
IST?. 201 EAST BAY>,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ISAAC E. HERTZ _ CO,,
No. SOI BAST BAY,
OHARLBSTON, Q- O.,
HAVE COMBINED THE 8HIP BBOEEBAOE WITH
tlioir GENERAL OOM-?S8ION BOWNESS, and
aro now prepared to procuro Fit EIGHTS and OHAH
TE K8. Mantara of vessels having no dlreot Consignee?
can also obtain Freight, or Charters bf applying a
above , ,
GEO. K. HOPLEY <_ OO. I It AVENEL k CO.
MOTTET, HOCHET & CO. MA ?SHALL, BEAOH-OO.
WM. P HALL. H iB'T MOKE k CO.
MORDEOAI&OO. | WILLIS k OHISOLSI.
Jane 13 8mo
COURTENAY & TRENHOLM
(LATE OF NEWBERRY O. H., 8. a,)
TCTILL CONTINUE BD__NE8S IN0HABLB8T0N, At
And trill be pleased to aee their friends at
NO. IO BOYCE. WHARF.
WM. A. COURTENAY. P. 0. TRENHOLM
GEO. E, PRITCHETT,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON S. O.
* Marah. tau?
8. J. TOWNSEND.J. H. HUDSON.
TOWNSEND A HUDSON.
ATTORNE Y SAT LAW
BOLICITOBd I IST ECaXJia?--",
BENNETTgVILliE, 8. C.
WILL ATTEND T J B?8INE88 IN THE DI8TBI0T8
of Marlboro', Ohester?eld, Darlington and
Marlon. Smog Jnly 6
PRYOR & PITTMAS?
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
N0. 95 LIBEL.TT STREET,
Roger A. Pryor.Thoa. W, Plttman.
July 81 ' lmo
_ \ra07-_U_E -SD BETAIL _____ I?
CL0THS} CASS. MERKS AND TESTINGS.
'No. 35 Broad, street,
Jnly -8 *0moB OHABLEBTON, S. 0.
A. S. HULL. Agent.
8. W. OOBNEB CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHERE A FULL ASSOBTMKNT OF CLOTHS. OAB
8IMEBE8 AND VE8TIN08 can be hod, together
with a cholea ? Mortment-f
-.eutlemen*- ?Furnishing Goods.
i.tNErJ AND MUHLIN 8HIBT8,.made order, In _dj
, le that may be desired.
MR. JOHN .. FLYNN
'??/HI give his special attention to the
_a nao-i. lyr Jone I
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer*
NEWSPAPERS. STATIONERY, BTO.
Ho. ?8T KIBO-8TBBB.,
C-KABLBBTON, S- O.,
Too lataat laanee ot the pr?au _lw*-o on hand.
Sabj-aiptlona _ooel*-d nod Goode dellve-odar lo?,
a/arded by Mau or Eiprece.
All OASHOBDEBfl will ha promptly attend., to,
AU?T, ANMUS & CO.,
no. 131 ni:.: i ?\<;-s trket.
OOUNTHY OBDEBB FLLXJUD WITH DBSPATOH.
WHOLESALE __ND RETAIL
GEO. W. STEFFENS & CO.
WOULD ir^PKOTFULLY INFOBM THEI? CUB
TOMB- I and tho public that, in addition to then
?HOL-8ALE INO BETAIL (?I'OOKUY at Uio OOrnt?
of King and ( ?orge atreeta, they bave now opened?
WHOLESALE IMU 0OMMIH8ION BOTJ8B at No.ll
Vendno Bange, where they will be able to afford then
onatomers oiUa facilities. Their firm will oor-prin
QUO. W. BTKr>-NB....y. O. EOnN-n...... DllEDKJTTl-TlO
March l8 _I"fi
ALBEE & WARREN,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
FAINTS, OILS, GLASS. &c,
KEROSENE LAMPS & OIL,
NO. 1 ilAYNE-SrREET,
CHABLESTON, 3. 0.
Anglist 1 lino
WILBUR & SON,
GENERAL AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
OFFIOB AND BALES BOOM-,
Nos. l8 and 15 State-street and Nob. 1 inn
OHAKU-8TON, S. O
April 2_mwi lyr
J. F. W. WALTEB,
wn,_ give his attbwtion to the
RENTING OF HOl?fc?ES
COLLECTING OP ACCOUNTS GENERALLY.
Office No. 25 BroadBtreet.
Bualdence No M Beanfaln-Btreat. Imo Jnly 17
Eicbaop Bro-cr and Collection Agent
No. 229 Broad Street, Augusta, t?a.,
Buys and Bella on CoaumUaion, GOLD and gILVEIl
COIN. BANK NOTES, BONDS, COUPONS and 8X001-3
Ol all kinds, and EXCHANGE.
Also Collect- for all porta of tho united Statos, and
makes remit Unco? promptly. ?v^
B_T_?_KO_i.-Mokbt?. Cokweii A Wrx-Oit, DE-OTT-a
k S-L-8, E. H. BonoBB- k Co., Obarleaton 8. 0.
Jane 10 ?Urtb-mo?
GEO. E. CEUMP & CO.
AGENTS FOR MAN?DA?TUnED TOBACCO,
AND wnoL_8A-E O-AX-BS IN
L.I1?UUU-. UllAtN, KuUll, "L.1.11K,
SU-AH8, HA _*, SALT til li ?n&k*,
NO I'U'.i Bit JAL Hi
__ "0At;GUS^X. C3-A.
so aou Bil JAL --Aun,.,
MUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY
Offloe No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
Honey, and Valuables.
??TILL OAXL FOR AND DELIVBB
FBBIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
THE CITY FREE OF
H. B. PLANT,
ProBldont, Augusta, Ga.
G. B. CHICHESTER, .
HEAL ESTATE BROKER
Ne. l8 BR0AD-8TB?ET,
OHABLESTON, 8. 0.
a OENT FOB rilE rUBOHABE AND SALB O?
\_ B$aL Eb-ATE In any ol the Sont h ern Btate?.
ALSO AGENT FOB THE SALE, BENTING. B>
g INO. %?- OJ?( ttof a? ?.iPfeltTf .. -n? .
WHO__a__B A1TD -ETAIL DXALBB IN
H1LLENEB? AND FANCY GOODS,
DRY GOODS TOYS &o.
_? No. ?O? IAIN t..HTllli;iCT. dinna ?ton, t>.l
Ai' MEW KOBE JPBIUKU.
JIVYt-irla-nile paper ooprfor two t-ootha, and Mt?
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL IS NOW OPENED ON THE EUKQPEAN
PLAN. It baa been remodelled and returiiishpt
r o nghout. Tin- travelling public, tranalent visitor?, or
ors will find In it all ti,o luxuries ot a l-IB-i-OLASr
TABLlSHMENT, combined witb ' tho comfort? ol
The location is one oi the moat airy and pleasant foi
4 ramer. A Billiard Kaloon for the lovera of tim
laltbfnl exercise ia attached. No pain? or expeoai
p ared to give cntiro satlafact Ion.
Vay 11 P. ."DPDEB R.
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
The Subscriber? baring leaaed this favorite bonse, it
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED
IN AN ELEGANT MANDER,
and Is now prepared with the moat porfec.
appolnUneuta for the reeeptlon of gnents.
The first position among flm-clas- Hotels will b?
maintained In the future, m 1A the pact.
Mut 81 ? ?Uno* UAK*n k FMiT.Hy
BBEWBTEB & SFRATT,
Attorneys sa Law and ScUeiton? hi E^p?t),
OVI-OI HO. 90 BBOA_*-8TB_?ll_,l
A COMPLETE ASSC
(' No. 4Qi- Is
_R,_E- O _P_BlSri3Sr Or
OLD SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE.
GOODRICH, WIN EM AN & CO.,
DIRECT IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
CHOICE DRUGS, CHEMICALS, OHEMIOAL RE
AGES 18, FLU.D EXT-AOT-, GL.S-WAH.E, PAINTS,
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A COM
PLETE astorti_ent of Uio above, together wit
all tlie most approved
Which they offer to the nitv and Country Trado at lovr
Merchant?, Physicians nu.I Planters chu depond on
haviiiK their ord?ra Ulled willi accuracy and diBpatcb.
W- shah keep no GOOD 1 In our ESTABLISHMENT that
wo cannot warrant t ho quality of.
GOODRICH, THNEMAN & CO.,
No. 153 MEETTNG-ST..
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
GEORGE O. GOODRIOH. I PHILIP WINEMAN.
AiiRURt 1 Ctno
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PHIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
THIRD DOUR NORTH OF MARKET,
WOULD LNFOBM THB PUBLIC THAT THE. HAVE
on band a full aisortment of DRUGS. MEDICINES
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, SOAPS. BBU8HE8, PER
FUMERYaud KAN J Y GOODS, and are prepared to
supply physicien? and pr?valo ramillas at cheapest mar
?. H. KELLERS. M. D.H. BAEB, M. D.
THE MOST INVALUABLE REMEDY FOU THF PER.
MANENT CURE OF
FOB THE'.EBTAIN AND SPEEDY OURS OF
Arising from a debilitated state of. the Stomach or Liver
PECULIARLY ADAPTED TO THE WANTS OF OUB
and take none other, and yon will not be disappointed.
The trado supplied on the moat liberal Urina by? the
Proprietor and Manufacturer,
C. F. PANKNIN,
NO. 128 MEETING STREBT,
Charleston, S. O.
4_r PLEASE OBSBBVE THE PAC SIMILE OF THB
PBOBPIETOR'B SIGNATURE ON THE OUTSIDB
Also for sale at
, G. W. AIMAR,
Da. P. M. COHEN,
DAWSON k BLAOEUAN.
K. H. KELLERS k CO.
And by Droggl-ta generally.
July 19 _ _ .moa
?3TT. Or. A. B.^3
DB. LAWBENOE'S OELEBBATED ANTI-BYPHI.
LITIO, warranted a oaruin caro for SYPHILIS
In all ita forms Entirely vu?lenle.
4_rFor sale by all Druggleta-S*
HINO _t_ OASBIDEY,
inly. .mo? CHAULBSTON, S. 0.
fRTMENT of the
JC & COHEN'S,
THE OLD STERLING REMEDY
GENUINE COLLETON HITTERS.
THESE BITTERS ARE PURFLY A VEOETABLB
COMPOUND, and aro offered to the pntillc undor the
fullest conviction that i boy will bu found u safo and eov
erelgn REMKDY FOR 1 Y.iT-EPS'A.
They liiivn bren trluidpti.utly tested bv nu morona
famllles-nd PhyB'cians it. tin- South, who have turnten,
ed ampio testimony as to their docidod oxcellonce.
MRS. JENEINS' COLLETON RITTERS I
Cure? Nervous Hoadache,
MB8. JENKINS' COLLETON Bl 1TEKS1
Htri<ii:>thi>iiH Um Digestivo Organs.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLE.ON BITIF.RSI
Htlniulatoa a Torpid Liver.
MU8. JENKINS" COLLETON BITTERS I
t.orrccta .rl.litv of tbo Stomaoh.
MBS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTER-1
Creates a flood Appetite,
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS I
cures DyspopHla in its most aggravated form.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BIT. EUS I
Rejuvenates Old Age.
MBB. JENKIN8* COLLETON BFTTKUSI
Are truly callod "T?o People's Medicine."
FOR HALE BY ALL DRUGGI8T8.
FOR SALE AY ALL DRUGGISTS.
FOR HALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
FOB 8 -LE BY *LL DRU-G18T8.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION,
BEWARE OF A.N IMITATION.
BEWA'iE O"* AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWaHE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARB ?F AN IMITATION.
j*_- The TBADE will be supplied on LIHEllA
All ordora should bo addressed to
WI. A. SERINE, M. D.,
FAMILY MEDIOINE WAREHOUSE,
No. 200 King street.
Manufacturer and Sole Agent for Mrs. Jenklna.
Proprietor and Manuf_Cv_t_r of EPPING'8 COM
POUND FLUID BXlB-OT SARSAPARILLA AND
QD KEN'S DELIGHT, the best known remedy for Scro
fula aud Eruptions of tim __1 i. l.ecommended espe
cially by Physicians for all Impurities of t. o 8y stem.
No. 288 King-street.
PRAT! & WEIN BROTHERS,
_N~o. 238 __ing-sareet,
FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MARKE--ST.?
Charleston, S. O.
N. A. PRATT, ) 8. W. WILSON. f P. B. WILSON .
Chomtat to late
a. 8. Nitre and \
of Phcrmacy, k
i.-omist to late
O 8 Ord. Dop't.
Tho Proprietors are Native Georgians.
JyJy 7_' _
-T^HE ASTONISHING SUCCESS WHICH HAS ATV
A TENDED Ulla Invaluable medicine provea It the
most perfeot remedy ever discovered. No language can
convey an adequate Idea of the immediate and almost
miraculous change which It oooaale- to the debilitated
?ad ahattered system. In fact, It atanda nnrlvmUed aa ft
remedy for the perfect euro of
Im poten ey.
Lou of Mo-ular Energy,
* Inflammation or
C1 ceration of
? and Kidneys,
Diseases of the
Stone tu .he
Bl. i er,
<- aloulu-, t
ind aU Diaeaaea or* ??tions of the Bladder and Kid.
noys, and Dropalcal3 ' Hing? exiating in Men, Women?
FOB THOSE DI i h ASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES
CONSTITU?". N WA. EH. l8 A SOVEREIGN
These irregularities ere the cause of froqnently recur
ring disease, and through neglect the seeds of more
grave and dangerous maladie*, are the r?unit; and aa
month alter mouth passes without an effort being mad
to assist nature, the difficulty beoomes obronio, the pa
tient gradually loses her appetite, the bowels are con
stipated, night sweats ooma on, and consumption final?
ly ends her career.
For sale by all Druggists. Price $1.
W. H. GREGG A: 00.,
MOROAN k ALLEN,
General Agenta, No. 16 Cliff street, New Yorie..
MORGAN Jut-OS.,* ,
April 14 __-?
rE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RETURNED TO I_8
City, will oontraot for all kinds of HOD8E-BUIHL
EDia AND REPAIRING. W. BL. 1RUVEB,
Or at Dawboh ? A_M_B__*_, No. IT Broad-atroeL