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The Daily USTews.
SATURDAY MOUNliNt?, AUGUST 11, 18GG
[From the lioxton Post]
Laid out?tho Atlantic cabio.
Proutico tLiiiliB Naehby should bo written
A wig that won't stay in placo?Scbloswig.
A uro at Nowburg, Now York, roasted eighty
A Held of promiso?Cyrus W.
India-rubbor paint ia a recont article.
Roar Admiral Charles Stewart is ia h?8 eighty
Mr. Windsbip is equal to any lifting oxcopt ship
Prhieo Holionzollorn is baviDg a silver log mado
to roplnco oiujjoat at Sadowa.
Tho Richmond Boar?) of Trade have sent a cora
fortabJo chair to Jiff. Davis.
Ono of tho latest arrivals at Suratoga was a
lady wilh eighty dresseB and thirty-six > oniieta.
Tho Louisville Saongorbuud wound up with a
grand excursion to Mammoth Gave.
A pretty actress in Now York has recently given
up the ate.ge for a carriage.
Czechian women put out tho oyes of wounded
Buesians with a kuifo.
Hair auitablo for toilet purposes coats $7 a pound
Mr. Quilp hopoB the "hops" at tho watering
places will brow no evil.
Tho Nicaragnan Government aro encouraging
emigration to that Republic.
A man has hcon arrested in Chicago for a
murder c ?mniitted six years since in Joilet, 111.
For such a long lino tho cable gives very brief
Some of tho dentists say they had a 'retched
timo down the harbor.
Large numbers of Southerners havo been
swindled by a bogus lottery concern in Detroit,
Sarah Viucont, a young lady of twenty-one,
lately took strychnine ia Sandusky, Ohio, and
Colonel Riply, lately murdered in Georgia, was
formerly of tho Fourteenth New Hampshire regi
Jack Collins, a citizen of Texas, killed another
citizen in order to aottlo a disputo about a dog
Pipos composed of bitumiuized paper are uaed
to convoy gas and water through the strecrs of
McKean Buohauau, the actor, punched a citizen
of Iowa in the head for taking a "reserved" seat
at the theatre. Dubuquo sustained Mr. Buchanan.
Gen. Walker, late of Texas, has commenced
business in Leudunball-street, London, as a com
A man in Tyler, Texan, during a at of insanity,
aroso about midnight, took a hatchet and lite
rally chopped his wife and three children to
A little girl was scalded to death by falling into
a vat of hot mashed, malt liquor in a bowery at
Ea?t Saginaw, Mi?:h.
B. E. Boyd and Wm. Wyiin, two notorious Mis
? iesippi horse thieves, havo been hanged by par
ties from whom they stole mules and horses.
Two members of tho Canadian Parliament got
into a fight recently and were arrested by tho
A New York policeman named Crowloy recently
attempted to shoot a mad dog. and succeeded;
bnt unfortunately for Bernard Duffy, ho happen
ed to be within rango and shared tho fato of the
rabid canine. Verdict?accidental death.
Tho following copy of a written notice appears
in a Western paper : "Lost or strado from tho
subscriber, a sheep all over white, one log was
black and half his body. AH persons shall re
eove five dol'e to bring him. He was a she gote."
Tho alliod fleets or Chili and Peru are said to
be commanded by Admiral Tucker, formerly au
officer of tho United States Navy for 85 years, but
who resigned at the commencement of the civil
war, having cast hie fortune with tho Southern
A thief Btolo a horse from a farmer near Lone
Tree, Nebrask??. and endeavored to escape by
BWiniming the Platte. Ho succeeded in gaining
the opposite bank when he was overtaken by the
owner of the horso and sumo neighbors, who took
him back over the river and "?swung him up to a
limb with a atrap."
A man in Sheffield County, England, was sued
for his milk bill, and resisted pay on the plea that,
having ordered a certain number of quarts of
milk, lio had been supplied with milk-and-water.
His defence availed, and a verdict with coats was
rendered in his favor.
Mrs. Mowatt writes that "in London one sees
hundreds of women?not the uufortunate of the
demimonde, but ladies, well bred, well dressed,
big lily educatod ladies, of irreproachable reputa
tion, and moving in good society, who daily as
sumo their enamel masks with their garments."
Mrs. Hale committed suicide in Springfield,
Conn., by taking arsenic. Her husband left her
in the morning as woll as usual, to go to his atoro,
and when be returned be found her in the agonies
of death. She owned that sho had taken poison,
I? adding, "I have ruined myself and yon too." The
*<? causo lias not transpired.
A Paris correspondent says the Empress Eugenie
is extremely superstitious, and wears an amulet
in which she has unbounded faith as a preventive
against "catching diseases," in oholera or other
epidemics she will have the Emporor wear a little
flannel bag filled with camphor suspended ronnd
his neck, to which notion Napoleon submits with
the best possible grace.
"Jenny June" writes to a New York paper from
Saratoga?" The ladies here expose themselves to
criticism, by wearing, for dancing, high black
boots and black shoes, with thin white dresses.
This ib unheard of gaucherie, unloea the dress ia
trimmed with blaok. The present fashion of
hoops and the present style of dancing exposes
the feet and much more; and the extremost oare
and nicety is required in dressing the feet and the
arrangement of tbe underskirt and other gar
ments. Nothing can be more disenchanting than
to see a pair of large feet encased in coriespoml
ing black boots, whirling round under a thin
while dress and scant Bkirts. And this reminds
ns to venture a hint, that their dresses require
voluminous drapery benoath and over the hooped
skirts. Many gentlemen have a fashion of jigging
a lady up and down and jirking her round in a
way that startles one or two ordinary skirts out
of all propriety, and unless tho dreaa is very deep
ly trained aud properly supported by skirts train
ed in the same way and of the same length, morti
fying accidents and disclosures are inevitable."
BniTisn CmciiMlocution.?1 he New York World
has tho following :
Copies of the diary of Mr. Dean, Secretary oi
the Atlantic cabio expedition, were, shortly after
tho arrival of tho Great EaBtorn at Heart's Con
tent, handed to Mr. Mackay, Superintendent of
tho Newfoundland Lino, for transmission to the
New York Associate Press. Mr. Maokay entrust
ed them to Captain Bruco, of her Majesty's ship
Niger, for delivery to the agent of tho Associated
Pre.-s at Halifax, to which port she was bound,
and whence they wore to be forwarded by the
quickest conveyance- to this city. The Niger ar
rived at Halifax on Friday morning, when, instead
of fulfilling his word, Captain Bruce turned the
copiea over to tho Hritish admiral for perusal. The
Halifax agent of tho Press telegraphs under date
of the 3d instant:
"This afternoon I sent for the copies of tbe di
ary, but they (the admiral and his subordinates)
evidently think thorn their property. I enclosed a
telegraph from Mr. Mack&v and from the goneral
agent of the Proas at New York, trxUeabuae their
minds, but have not as yet auccoodod in obtaining
what is unquestionably the property of the PreaB.
It is now too late for the mall, and the diary, 11
obtained, cannot be forwarded until next Wednes
day. Tho bad faith shown by the British officer?
ia bnt another proof of the value of British profoe
siona where an interest is at stake.
WILLIS & CHISULM,
FACTOIIS. COMMISSION ?BRCDANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PUBOHASE, SALE ANI
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Port?) o
COTTON, RIOE, LUMBEB and NAYAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. O,
t?. WILLIS.A. B.OBISOI.fc
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
SuiDping and Commission Mercuants.
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
AND 128 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
A. ?Betty.S.A. Bonder.S. T. Sotulcr.
July 7 _
JOS. H. RISLEY,
General Commission Merchant,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
SUGARS, MOUSSES. ETC.,
No. HO EAST BAY,
OOHNKll OF ACCOMMODATION WHAHF.
ISAVC E. HERTZ & CO.,
. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Factors ami Auctioneers,
No. 201 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO,
No. ?01 BAST BAY,
OHARI.E9TON, S. O-,
HAVE COMBINED THE SBIP BROKEBAGK WITB
their GENERAL COMMISSION BTJBISESB. and
are now propared ti procuro FREIGUTS and OlIAl
TER8. Masters o? Toaseis having no direct Consigned
can also obtain Frolguts or Charters Uy applying?
GEO. A. HOPLEY & CO. IltAVENEL k GO.
MOTTET. HDCHET & CO. MARSHALL. BEACH & CO.
WM. P. HALL. Ill >B'T MORE k CO.
MOBDECAI & CO. |WILLIS & OIIISOLlt.
Jone 12 ?mo
CO?RTENAY & TRENHOLM
(LATE OK NEWBEBBY O. H., 8. O.,)
\KTTIA, CONTINUE BUSINESS IN CHARLESTON, At
And will be pleased to see their .Mends at
NO. 10 BOYCE'S WHARF.
WM. A. COUBTENaY. P. O. THEN HOLM
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON, i
NOS. 46 AND 48 VENDUE R'IiOE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS INIB0N.METALS.W0OL,
Hides, Bees Wax, Ootton and Naval Stores.
WiU pay the highest cash price for any ot tbo above
articles. Keep constant!) on hand as assortment of
IRON for Blaoksml lm' uso Also, ROPE, BAG UNO
AND TWINE._tnthB3mos_Jnly 2*
GEO. E. FRJTCHETT,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON S. O.
March 9 Cmos?
8. 3. T0WN8END.3. H. HUDSON.
TOWNSEND & HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITOB8 IJST EQTXIT7Z",
BENNETTS VILLE, S. O.
WILL ATTEND U BUSINESS IN THE DISTRICTS
of Marlboro', Chesterfield, Darlington and
Marlon. all Smos Jnly 0
FRYOR & PITTMAN,
Attorneys and Oonnsellors at Law,
NO. 95 LIBERTY STREET,
Roger A. Pry or.'.Tlios. IV. Plttxaan.
WUOI?EflAIJt AND BETAU. DXA1VEB XX
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND YESTINGS,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 Broad, street,
July 38 6mos OH ABLESTON, S. O.
A. S. H?LL, Agent.
8. W. COBNER 0HABLE8TON HOTEL,
WHERE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHS, CAB?
BIMEBES AND VKHTINOS can be had, together
with a choice-tssortmentsf
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods?
?aiNEN AND MUSLIN SHIBTS,.made order, In any
; Is that may be desired.
MR. JOHN i.FLYNN
Will give his special attention to the
as usual, lyr June i
M. M. Q?INN,
Wholesale So Retail Dealer*?
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. 5X7 KINO-HTIIBET,
OHA.RLB8TON, ?. O.,
The latest Issues of the press always oa baud.
Subscriptions rooolvcd and Goods dellveridor U?,
?ardo? by Mall or Express.
AD 0A8H OKDEB8-WU1 be promptly attended to.
ffobruaxy a7 ly
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
Money, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVEB
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
TUE CITY FREE OF
II. II. PLANT,
I'roalilont, Augusta, Oa,
J. P. W. WALTER,
WILL GIVE HIS ATTENTION TO TOE
RENTING OF HOUSES
COLLECTING OP ACCOUNTS GENERALLY.
Offlco No. 25 Broad-street.
Residence No 02 Ooaufaln-streot. lmo July 17
AUSTIN, ANDRUS & CO,,
NO. 131 (MEETING-STREET.
OOUNTBY 0BDEB8 FILLED WITH DISPATCH.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GEO. W. STEFFENS & CO.
WOULD BT8PEOTF?LLY INFORM THEIR GO??
TOM Ell f and the public that, In addition to theti
WHOLESALE aND BETAIL QBOOEBT at the cornei
of King and ( ?sorgo streets, they have now opened i
WHOLESALE 1ND COMMISSION HOUSE at No.I)
Vendue Bangs, whore they will bo able to afford then
onntomera ext?? facilities. Their firm will ooinyrln
ano. w. sTKrn.NB_f. o. uouniib_l. bbkoehhsbh
ALBEE & WARREN,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
FAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c,
KEROSENE LAMPS & OIL,
NO. 4 IIAYNE-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
AiiKUBt 1 lmo
WILBUR & SON,
GENERAL AUCTIONEERS & C0M3ILSSI0?
OFFICE AND SALES BOOM8,
Sos. 18 ?and 15 State-street and Nos. 1 une
OHARLESTON, S. O.
April a_mwi lyr
Exchange Broter and Collection Agent
No. 229 Broad Street, An frusta, (?a.,
Bnys and sella on Commission, OOLD und 8ILVEB
COIN, BANE. MOTES, BONDS, COUPON8 and STOCKS
ot all kinds, and EXCHANGE.
Also Collects for all parts of tho United States, and
makes rcml thin ?s promptly.
BKVEnsxcEs.?Mesare. Oonnbb & Wilson, DeOottes
b Salas, E. 11. Booohbjb b Co., Charleston a 0.
Juno 10 etothSmoa
GEO. B. CRUMP & GO.
AGENTS FOB MANU?a?TURED TOBAOOO,
AMD WHOLESALE DEALEB8 IN
LItllOHM. UUA1N. FLOUR, LIME,
SUfiAKS. 11.11, SALTlil) KIHi?.
NO aOU Bit JAL WX?stktXt
^AUGUSTA. GA. ,
G. E. CHICHESTEE,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
- No. 18 BROAD-STREET,
CHAI.LE8TON, B. O.
a OENT FOB THE PUB0HA8E ANC SALE 01
A BEAL ESTATE In any of the Southern State?,
ALSO A OENT FOB THE SALE, BENT?NO. A??
t >ISQ. V- OFf tTir? ?..'jPfc'I.TY \ "HP '
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALEB IB
MILLINERY AND FANCY ?00D8,
DRY GOODS TOYS &c.
At No. AOA ItlNU-STKKE'J'. Charleston, ?.4.
AT NEW ?OKK I'lUOiSB.
gar ?orkvllle paper oopv for two months, and aeri
r , ? ". 1*1 V -ir??? ?r
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIH HOTEL IS NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It has boon remodelled and refnrnlaheu
ronghont. The travelling pnhlio, transient visitors, oi
era will find in ii all il.o luxuries ol a FIRST-OLASt?
TABLISHMENT, combined with the comforts ol
The location Is one ol the most airy and pleasant for
a mmer, A Billiard Saloon for the lovers of tbli
jalthfnl .excrclso la attached. No pains or expense
p ared to give entire satisfaction.
May 12 F. OPDEB- K.
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
The Subscribers having leased this favorite house, II
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED
IN AN ELEGANT MANNER,
And Is now prepared with the most ported
appointments for the rceeptlon of jruests.
The first position among first-clAsa Hotels will bt
maintained In the future, m in the put.
May 81 ?mioa BAKER A FABLET
BREW8TEE & 8PBATT.
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors In Eqaltj,
OFFIOM NO. 96 11BO?D-8TBKBT,
A. COMPLETE ASS
3S3"o. 4Q?3 I
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PHIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DBUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
THIRD DOOR NORTH OP MARKET,
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT THEY HAVE
on band a full assortment of DRUGS, MEDICINES
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, SOAPS, BI.USHES, PER.
FUMERY and FANOY GOODS, and aro prepared lo
supply physicians and privato families at cheapest mar
E. H. KELLER8, M. D.H. B?ER, M. D.
OLD SO?TIIERORUG lili.
GOODBI^H, W1NEMAN & CO.,
DIRECT IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
CHOICE DRUGS, CHEMICALS. OHEMIOAL RE
AGBNT8. FLU.D EXTRACTS, GLASSWARE, PAINTS,
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A COM
PLETE assortment of tho above, together wltb
all tho most approved
Which thoy offor to the City and Country Trade at low
Merchant?, Physicians and Plantors can depend on
bavin r their orders Ollod with accuracy and dispatch.
W?, abali keep no OOOD-5 In our ESTABLISHMENT that
wo cannot warrant the quality of.
GOOMICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
No. 153 MEETING-ST.,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
GEORGE C. GOODRICH. I PHILIP WINEMAN.
August 1 Cmo
THE MOST INVALUABLE REMEDY FOU THF PEB
MANENT CUBE OF
FOB THE CERTAIN AND SPEEDY CURE OF
Arising from a deblUtated stats of the Stomach or Llvei
PECULIARLY ADAPTED TO THE WANTS OF ODE
I SOUTHERN CLIMATE.
and take none other, and you will not be disappointed.
The trade supplied on tho most liberal terms byjt h e
Proprietor and Manufacturer,
O. P. PANKNIN,
NO. 133 MEETING STREET,
Charleston, S. 0.
93T PLEASE OBSERVE THE FAC SIMILE OFTHB
PBOBPIETOR'S SIGNATURE ON THE OUTSIDE
Also for sale at
G. W. AI MAR,
Dit. P. M. COHEN,
DAWSON & BLAOKMAN.
E. H. KELLERS h CO.
And by Druggists generally.
?3TT. G. A. R.^8
DB. LAWRENCE'S CELEBRATED ANTI-SYPHI
LITIO, warranted a certain cure for SYPHILli
In all its forma. Entirely vegetable.
49~For sale by all Drugglets-tt?
KINO- Ob OAS8IDBY,
Jnly 8 ?mo* CHARLESTON, & 0.
ORTMENT OF THE
iVE E I> GOODS
?C & COHEN'S,
THE OLD STERLING REMEDY
GENUINE COLLETON BITTERS
THESE BITTERS ABE PURELY A VEOETABIiB
COMPOUND, and aro offered ro llio palillc under tho
fullest conviction that ibcy will bo found a tiatuand sov
ereign REMEDY FOR DYSPEPSIA.
They bavo bren triiimphuiitly tested by numerous
families and Physicians In the .South, who bavo furnish
ed ample lestiraony aH to their uocitled excellence.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTI RSI
Cures Nervotm Headache.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON DI ITEltHI
Streu.?thetis tho Digestivo Organs.
MRS. JEN'KINS" C0LLE1 ON BIT 1 ERSI
MtuutilatoA a Torpid Liver.
MRS. JENKINS" COLLET.)N DiTTEBSI
forr?ele ?.cldlty of tho Stomach.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS 1
Croates s Good Appotlte,
SIRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS I
Cures Dyspepsia in Uh most aggravated form.
MRS. JENKINS" COLLETON BITTEH31
Rejuvenates Old Age.
MR8. JENKINS" COLLETON BITTERS!
Are truly called "Tho People's Medicine."
FOR PALE BY ALL DRUOGI8T8.
FOR SALE AY ALL DRUOGIHT8.
FOR SALE BY ALL DI. Uli GISTS.
FOR 8ALE BY rLL DRUGGISTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGCKSTH.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OP AN IMITATION.
BEWABE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWaUE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITAlION.
Star Tho TRADE will bo supplied on LIBEBA
All orders should bo addressed to
WI. A. SERINE. M. D.,
FAMILY MEDIOINE WAREHOUSE,
No. 260 King street,
Manufacturer and Solo Agont for Mrs. Jenkins.
Proprietor and Manufacturer of EPPING'S COM
POUND FLUID EXiBaOI SAR8APARILLA AND
QUEEN'S DELIGHT, the best known remedy for Scro
fula and Eruptions of tho bki-i. Lecommendod espe
cially by Physicians for all Impurities of tue System.
July 7 Onion
THE ASTONISHING SUCCESS WHICH HAS AT
TENDED tliiH invaluable modlclno proves it the
most perfect remedy ever discovered. No language can
convey an adequate idea of tho immediate and almost
miraculous change which It occasions to the debilitated
and shattered system. In fact, It stands unrivalled as ft.
remedy for tho perfect cure of
Loss of Muscular Energy,
Dieeaaos of the
Stone in .he
And all Diseases or A , ctions of the Bladder and Kid?.
oeys, and DropaIoJ-1 * ilings existing lu Mon, Women,
FOB THOSE DI IK ASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES
CONSTITUTION WATER IS A 80VEBBIGN
These irregularities aro the cause of frequently recur
ring disease, and through neglect the seeds of more
grave and dangerous maladies are the result; and as
month after month pa?ses without au effort being made
to assist nature, the dUBculty becomes chronic, the pa
tient gradually loses her appetite, the bowels are con
stipated, sight sweats come on, and consumption final
ly ends her career.
For sale by all Druggist?. Price $1.
W. H. GBEGG ft CO.,
MORGAN ft ALLEN,
General Agents, No. ?10 Cliff street, New York.
THE SUMTER NEWS.
el. Hi. -D^A-I?Hj,
SUMTER, S. O
A GOOD ADVERTISING MEDIUM FOR MEROHANSPB?
CIRCULATION RAPIDLY INCREASING.
THE PROPRIETOR, WELL KNOWN IN CHARLE?.
TON, offers to his old friends the column? of his
paper as a good ADVERTISING MBDIUM, and sollolts
s share of their patronage, feeling aaatired that he can
give entire satisfaction both Is atyle and pri?e?, he
being a PRACTICAL PRINTER, sud will give als entire
attention to his paper.
BUSINESS CARDS inserted at reasonable rat??.
' ADVERTISEMENTS token by contract.
Business Letters will be addressed to
H. L. BARB.
May 30 Sum ter. South Carolina.
TIIK LAUHKNBVILLR, ?IIKIlAbD? .
PUBLISHED AT LAUI.EN8 COURT HOUSE, 8.0.
BY 0BBW8 ft SIMPSON.
U. L. U'UOTfaH AMD W. B. BAIX, KDITOBS.
AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM THE HERALD
offers rare tnduoements. having a olroulatlon ot
MM ? THOUSAND 8UB?)BIBBB<-1 (find the list dally
lsioreasing). among a people of wealth and energy.
Bates of a d-rerUsing reuonabla. Jin? 21