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ConiMence Returning-Charity from a!! Parts
of the World.
Business. has been reopened .diong the
wharves of Charleston. Cotton factors
and ship-brokers are ready for business
and full of confidence in the future, and
declare their purpose to make Charles
ton a bigger place than ever. In t
market and on the streets the old
familiar sounds of "sibby bean," "okr'n
tomottis," "raw shrimp," etc., are heard
The U. S. Engineers in Charleston
have begun their survey. T he postoffice
is seriously daniaged. The Custom
House portico is injured. The -iuh
house on Meeting Street will be pulled
down. The rear of the Westeru Cnion
Telegraph building is dangerous. The
Cotton Factory will have its walls pulled
in by rods, and its chimney puiled down
and rebuilt. The general impression of
the board is that a large proportion of
the vacant houses are safe, and they
reconmnend to their owners to return to
Prof. McGee, before leaving Charles
ton, wrote a letter saying that the dan
ger is most probably over. He adds
that in case of shoek, however severe,
those in doors should remain there till
the disturbance is over. He rejects the
idea of tidal waves or volcanic eruptions.
The continuing shocks be dceis evi
dences of safety, as they tend to restore
A Trust Company is organizing in
New York and other cities for the pur
pose of loaningmoney to rebuild Charles
ton at three per cent.
The people of Baltimore have sub
Fcribed $15,000 to the earthquake fund,
and will increase the amount to $25, O0.
The total fund subscribed from all parts
of the United States up to Wednesday
reached $110, 737.67.
The News and Courier says: "The
refugees are profuse in their acknowl
edgment of the many kindnesses that
have been shown them by the people of
. Therewasa fallingoff in the number of
passengers from Charleston on Wednes
day. The free pass system of the rail
roads has been abused. Hereafter
greater care will be exercised in offering
The city schools of Charleston are un
dergoing repairs, and such as are ready
will open on the 10th October.
The clergymen of Charleston are dis
cussing the question whether the earth
quake was a 'visitation of God's wrath
for sin" or not.
The Rev. A Toomer Porter has writ
ten a letter calling on the people to re
turn to their houses and avoid exposure
from sleeping in the open air. he calls
on the strong to go to work and the
feeble to leave the city for a fortnight.
He advocates also the substitution of
te.. . ,ofta pipes for heavy chimney tops.
The Rev. Dr. Girardeau is preaching
to large congregations in Mt. Pleasant.
The shock at Marion was very severe
bat caused not much damage.
Knightsville, a village three miles vst
of Summerville, was seriously injured,
and the inhabitants are asking for aid.
Walterboro was severely shaken, and
but few houses have escaped without in
jury. Several waterspouts were seen
about thirteen miles from the town, and
on one place a well with about ten feet
of water became dry and full of white
On the Edisto River a gap wais made a
hundred and fifty leet long and half an
Diminishing shocks of earthuiuake
have been felt at various times all over
Mr. B. 0. Duncan, of Newberry.
writes to the News and Courier that he
was in Smyrna in lm~i, when the island
of Scio was destroyed, with a loss of
fifteen thousand persons killed -and
wounded; and also at Naoles in 1%3
when two thousand persons perished
from - the earthquake on the isle of
Ichia. In.each case, after shocks con
tinued for some time, each diminishing
in~infensay. In neither place has there
beein any recurrence of calammite-. Mr.
Duncan Thinks the danger is over. He
has certainly had considerable experi
City Assessor Kelly estimates the dam
age in Charleston at $6,000,000.
Prof. McGee denies that there is any
connection between the earthquakes in
Greece and in the United States.
The Southern Telegraph Company did
noble work during the recent excite
ment. Manager Harris sent out the first
news of the Charleston disaster.
The Lord Mayor of London has
opened a relief fund for Charleston.
South Battery, the Mall, Marion
Square and other open places in Charles
ton present a picturesque appearance
with encampments. Rations arc issued
to 6,000 people a day.
Dumb animals appear to have been as
much frightened as their masters.
The Charleston Sailors' Home is in
ruins. The Mi'riners' Chapel is badly
It is believed now that the spires of
St. Philips' and St. Michael's will be
saved. ' Th damge to St. Paul's is
estimated at from eight thousand to
twelve thousand dollars.
Disasters are reported over the whole
of the upper part of Berkeley county.
Most of the houses at Bidgevic are
said to be nninhabitable. In a radius of
fifteen miles, including the ridg-e between
the A shley and Edisto Rivers, the dam
age is said to be little less than in Sum
The old colonial residences in St. An
drew's were badly damaged. St. An
drew's Church is badly shattered.
The earthquake destroyed the curious
Iy warped marble slab in the cemetery
ofthe old Circular Church.
On Tuesday afternoon a portion of
the Savannna and Charleston Railroad,
near Adams' Run, was discovered to have
sunk about eight fact. The depression
in the earth was fifteen feet long by six
wide. The road is carefully p~atroled.
TH E BUSINESS MEN ON EAiST BAiY .1PE.1K
All Look with ('onlldecre and ('ourae t, th~e
[From' the News an i Coa~r.3
An October atmosthiete of chac-rfui
bustle pervaded East lBay yesterdayv. H ear
ily laden trucks rumbkd througrh the~ li
ness thoroughfare. street cars jig'ted to
and fro, and an a'tive. pushing thri'ng
jostled along the sidewalks :and the lately
popular "'middle of the road."' The Bay
threwv off its lethargy and went to work.
The accumulated bu~siness of the earth
quake week was in process of transaction.
and there was also a great deal of new busi
ness in the way of repairs.
From the post oftic to the custom house
a large force of hands were at work, anud
during the day a number of buihiings were
cleared of their toppling bricks, shoredi up
and temporatriiv roofed. All this made
the dtay a noi talie one after the loom anud
torpor of the week.
A reporter of thc KAr en and Gerair
ern-llyA' -iid mos-t of the large business
houses ou the Bay and ilquireil as to their
re:laiss for 1u iness and judIgmnitt of the
s&ees Iprspec. A! the lims were
foundi 1 u. and all spoke with coiideice
anld c :.-oftfutulre.
BtUMS AND DEMO.
Thle ux.-:ul weekly MMill of mortnlity shIows
a tot::1 o iiint-eight deaths in the city
for the week 'endin Sptellber 1. Of
the''ie tw1e vi wVe'e white ad si
cbtcolorll. The dtaths,- 1-se y the
ea lquk ere hrc ih up to 11he 40h
inant w eren A these bli-1in white peopile
then ther v. n v ::dii n
of bui-'hve enindCyteh-t
th,- reut eOf i1j n ies recei-:e on Tuesday
night or from ,X:posue or fright.
F:.urr~gua: N u.ma":N.
On 1h c teirtihS have bcn r.ced Ii :t
the ioiiee oA the ie:dth departient since
Tuesday last. oe white cild and Iwn Col
cred enildren. It is probab.1le, L.owever.
thaLt m1101r children h:lve IbCCI bonT."
Furniture earts and erss wa'onsa
in gneat ead amti the. prices" (if a !,)ad
I- v risent' from -' tents t' ol from . to
$..1 A 1lor.d man med Henry
Leeisne. who own what s : :a
furniture c:rt, fmal that is itomers
wouhi not submit to a charge (f $-2 a WAl,
ao be reiidu ids price to 1. One of hi
cusomers found Ohat LesRsse hMs w"ve
o 1 e 'rm tIl til end of his an at lat two
feet. 1.-. ide; was to reduce the c.rrying
care .t:y of the (ar:, nad tms to make tw,
lozA.- olut of en. it re quires- :m1 earth)
quike to Mrig out the fall chamieter of
the "Charlestn Coon."
.A FALu:-:a 'WA.x.
A clorel mnan, wilose name could tnt
bie le:rned. was crushel by a :ling V'il
in ('.ing poteMon,'gue stree- ys
tel-.v. lIe w:: e:.l at loork on the
prenise, :ut ws cnmght unblr h wall
as it fet. Ile Va tien m :iil liecevivd
p tmediual atte1i(o. His in-juriesr
CA.UTION AG.\INST II:-.
Thne peopile ar :so .to:l atoe
ntto kindle ;',n s 1in titir chimnleys utill
they iave been,- ;ioroughly e::znined for
a chimn y in the entire city that has not
bcon injured in sone way or thr, and it
woi.! lie imposSihie to keep the the from
iitin~ the beiamas of the house or the
setathing of the roof.
AN EA.'ZTIqt'.A TITEORY.
A welitikuwn uof
Char stou. said e steday tIhat he tIhought
lie cotmud ugge't a the-ory wiiici might -C
court for the presea disturUmnee. Ilie
the- earh ;s suppo:-ed to bc -.t its: centre..c a
ioltci mass, the temnperature being grad1
ual:. liwercd as we apiricih the surface
whirc vegetable :ndi anlimial life are sus
tainad. This we hatvc reason to believe
froma the -inking of artesian wells. From
a d. th of two or threce thousand fet we
are enabd 1to bin- blin water to the
surf-.e "'II onel 1 sientist. I believe,
Is sa iid tla the eain's crus-t is. relatively
speing.~~d. stins th" e sh1-ll of an egg.
A comnp::rison may it' iquite hyperbili
c It nay b in tLhickness live huldrel
0' hreh'ua d]V ile for amll that is or
:- po~sitive-ly lknown1. But to what
ever-e we i:. s) fr reachd we have
:de::aS found water. no "atwatr sms,
14) piirate every portion of the earti's
crust. Mav it not he that from the con
stimt iouraning in thmibwejs of the earthi
that tre at :times comes~t' ini atu al coinntc
(:d ,tctii-n lroduingti bleam~l, wh1ich iaus!
tindi a ieat, iad hceiC theC eenecUssion on
the earth's suat'(ce.
.V10NG TilE TIM 1:5.
nioli,. tais sanitered ii cnierabl)y byi the
carthlunk.. Nearly all of the smaill hiead
stones:ire eiher doewn or out <f pIrae.
Anim-:g the larger't monumn~ttls alr. B3. les
hins is c or'telv dem:olished, te marb'le
cross of Mr. J. 0, MlciG-eran is down, the
marhie colunn over 3Ir. C. Ih:rt is down
anud the urn broken, and the shaft of 31r.
Cannton's tln) is down.
LIFE IN THE CAMPs.
.A Tevrible Day for the ShehevrlesK-Scean of
The plight of the public people who oe
cupy the teats and temporary buildings on
3!arton squarei1' was 5:ad enoughl after tile
heavy rain yesterday afternoon. The tents.
a few iof vwhich still remain on the square,
arever flmsystructures and the top cv
stretched with suflicient tension to form: a
When the ratin came down yesterday this
w~Sas t!n to be the fact, and numbers of
the d weliers in the" 'ents histiy viiace and
svu::ht snecher under(' the wooden sheds on
the ' :st :and west f-routs of the square. I:
was5 JMmnd that the~ onditionI of tingtis was
anything.bt satifacry. Tfteramn camel
throgh the roofs in :orrents:aid inundated
even- comnartment, sain.itt tile occutpnnt;
and their lioddin an lrd clotling. Tihie con
stre:0in of thes~e roofs wa's on thte prii
pte <-i toard tshiunling. but it wats soon die
coveredi yesterday thait the pitch of the roof)
was ;o slight that it failed to carry oft the
water whic-h accumiulated on the roof' ando
fotnd its way uinder the "Shinles"(' tio th~e
peopie becnea:th. Imcdiatlyi after the
rain the occunants of the buihiings went to
work :imd 'ucceeded itt patching the roofs
very eftiv-ely with oM! tin, extrat boards,
and 1l manner of material.
At Robb's1 ot0, on wiileh thlere are per
han ore coloired peo'ple. to the squiare
foot th:.n on any of 1. ilher camps of
refuge' in the city. the:e was a very great
'1-.' .f distress and discomfort catusedt by
te .. .n. Th le people in tihe tents, miost of
wh'li<: are overI .erowdedi, were liuddled to
gethr 1k :uults in a pelting~ shiower.
and vIere wiahout excIptin dreni-hedl with
th itiless1 torrentis ot rain. 'The serlius
eteec of suchi a instertunle falls heavily on
thee pooir pple0, a larg~e number of wvhom
ar wtot a change of cloing. About
Ihtil f-t 4 o'clock, however, the sun enaute
out agaitn andm they miade 11a-tO1( to tilize
the -'rate.u bi oot to dry their cothing. A'.
ihtit the drying proes-s was5 Co.'tnued at
the c;m tnires roundl t- whi th men
misey whtch l-ves eomp:iy.
A.t Wa -iiZont sqtuare tie situ::tion wa
eveu' mtr ditresing. Iti i' dh'culbt
descr.1ii th ituaItin. a Th "kts" ta
packed te cI it y ti tit it ' posible to pack
occu:tit s~ haite beenh vt-Ke tai,'miint"
antheIi .atthat they tAel:d :Id t.,' S titen
thill'\ tns.ta'i: . hoe 14-ler cotl hei
dtne -tearoat~ tih'e~n from thcit. A deoa e
aret~ oit::rte arrtnitmems o thiaiinare,'i
ble :oi reu'l 'Crate th ~an::et. Ias ai
con* ue::. act tiie hnrnd men.C
pI:el liltin' as bes the ~. andtie dhin
Wihut I hnl d 1're 'to c'ate an :dar, it
eaobe a, d'tha thne siituio see thi reqtt
such: lunneic. at :ttle:.0 asI W:: iington
(IN Till'. UlvATI-R.
T!: wenpanits of thc flrie tents oin the
bttey re h r h ti .-I sed to
the p ltn ri inth; 1 rai4c 1*-6 - t ruct:,.ns
elsewhere.I NeriWal "he 1: ; ton, ti:evre
c'e: s e provit'ItI -,. . I' tall i: .
w eIen ;loig.w ii.In a great a:
C*. cver d with mauing ad alI)t.
The tents then - es , )f t!c lare arly
ticy braced, i v .c
av had dithe d "nm thm ha
"-r m: m' s o nr :u
theL.L ehIr:ebr IV wtuuunuiV ijLereLt i.
T oi ae 'a l . L I I 1. 1:1
W.ine "'t iI'''Iy '(i:1:i-'4- '::': LL'r eA-t
,h ;:. md h:ee ' L)wn 'i'lt h: ma- ad
SLlL.)~ LIMit :,:Ii t~i ts 'L. LI, WIN' Vt1.
' rite Cha;Eu Cet uxiicea'
Cire. in : LIti i: : .
srv:. :fl - d aill the rb l:i L r . -:L&:
for t:: da'yi.. ''s fur:;(0 j-i ie I 't .It ign l0W
Ic.l we ' t ind theri:I d. l iit iwe tfO
: "FoDr or :md" uMr.n
.'t :.:II P.i V '.ii c loudsdia ' .:t'. the
suL'em Lu t :n t re st i th e On L
coi::ir cr.- te ar
wi d n .11 o icsf'ri, cIO :! ,-. pro
i l il :ha11h o f' h! r I L !ina.
tik;'i 1Ct'Wl"' "IL ' L 1 1 I. allII%
mI of i i .iii -' : :I:!: lf s nwrvi!!e
bi. iat (h I SLe c:Ir:. The wa-i' ':00
chL.I'rnic ' iever:! 'ond.::I tv es ilt. if
t ihe2u::rb h ar s ili: C !oania :un I will
-,r :In :th:il ntltetu!:Ig f h
eat th'CSbsie :mdthir ) reICIences are1r1
pered Dor.a az. li. L.(kefus:Indts .dr.
Jok:: Huhe I::er. , baeI fInilie are no
Ic e eind, werteinS h c h c y es Itt
no wth~ :Jd Pun ther, refe pes, are pro
gen in heir cne le n' oft mmy i
kbI sw sia, t ih ebnlo, he m b ,
thepeitt s a o luc. Tc. ey is y t f'ai
everyt~onay hra~.o sr thao oldhv
llr rei Relmedy ]It 'sVcss n I I
aiidxvwio to m::C : ien c'mfortaIL'e
(an,! tC ealth, wa Thl e .: 1 il
:wt' .led ;.ith bna-ti r oe 120 1k..: it
Cnk.: . Ic isTo , ( Spt. 1 (if 3
he Torap tilh es i:od ;I I
pterAl," br, S.! o g ea S: - av:
vitd cate oator npam %\.<! in hi
hou f need. -as an room v:pe
felv extealt h ulII: fn-:ees etei
for tse prse . ti : 1ol m
thred upon them cetmmsy The kre
:A-e ther duy as -at asx it puily
cnm ohe ur tedsrsig icmtme
*etmk tr resdec S.ec2,r. Th
nwren~cus i::0eve' c''O(l Marry. teml
libera pnteire: ma wft the fune.th
thin man ne~hvera seei omuely ren.ed
omeep marr ie~ or te sakegofda.gWhen
ohe rf.ois n-iisd nevo bcoer their o
chi,te. mehiis:: dcmkheny.e
ais a pricke faritelw ct-.. Aaan,
. woal i ie;: made to oer fousan.
mre o: r. .al .it ::in-r . -At: n
for:::i moroed' om hil nestorks.da.
io .s-an armient burtsinimn.f
C3lristgn andsp>tin rofm o miat e |is
spigsnerllyh CherL bof Comrn at
it sre: milk. n or the le othe glet:
tonyt ulernrs thte preidnrn::ry sbr wht r
cakn towaprdhsed for2nzaentsf at ts
Charl:-s.n :mi wihar:::. es i d
h t- elso i thee-inry. for-rhe l:oe
aof ras in t e r 'arf is . by su bcO seilt
rui::e: '. re n th jme h. iltiwiI Uofe to~
tereli liSt. f~W rIIau ttitt'h
but tof Isth dimseoase of his erason
oftema an be narte~ a 'viUsmll
limoun.citi ofW cae an atL l\ IiLelcb
tohe timl't uhe li~o' wum's aTruIz
PIr' 3buss taIit and liecmlin.1o
trI aeler shuldbe hu beteott uc'V~hI lea
itil kno ven ano isaefh.ol
n[oWdIab aiel from the cihant of|w
uae. The orto raabe edicinto in
frmapr fthe worocnad for the lest an
mttie utie popeties ol ll roher
Tonicre, rmines, with. tet. bing the~
etorsadLf. n leh-etrn
The following! lines were composed since
1C earthquake Iiv a colorcd convict work
at the penitentiary brick yard:
lJudgementt must be comin',
The earth is oi a shake:
All the boys ire screaiin'.
And to tliir hels do take.
The hens beginii to :ackle,
Awl- rai. a mighty fuss:
The co(n:%'viet shakes his shackle
And den says pray I mius'.
De cart hal got de ager,
An' Iryin' to shake it, off;
14en it'll :ake de fever,
And 1'11 git in de loft.
Gwini to be awful hot
Wiwn dis big wold git sick,
All de bickra faces
! red as any brick.
D.- ait' am calhin' somewhar,
I know dis fora fac';
I' 0i: iher in iny arimchair
And peep through yonder crack.
I's lookii obcr vonder
Whar dat old church do stan',
A' i den begin to wonder
Will dat steeple strike the san'.
Petople mintghty spicious,
DIr eyes are turnin' white;
Frit sliook deir guilty conscience,
An;dI now dey's :dl polite.
A dillicult mission-Submission.
Well cinnected-A train of cars.
A smart boy-Just after a whipping.
An open ICquestion-Come.down and let
Thcy are all "head clerks" in the barber's
Nickel-plated watch-Dog with a new
iBetter an empty head than one with a
ol in it.
An interesting liquor case-A box of
I* the fire bell rings a false alarm can it
10 cl:llet a libel'!
A dentist says that false teeth are getting
,s nuuerous as false hearts.
Every pound of hay which can possibly
sesved oulght to be cut.
The cat's antipathy for mice probably
iecounts for womsan's love for cats.
ioney does'it make the man; and it isn't
:very man who makes the money either.
The Ohio main who sold his wife for five
:ele; positively declines to throw in a
Bodies are cremated for three dollars,
whit-1 includes an urn, in Paris. In Milan
he cost Is only ;1.40, it is stated.
A fortune in a name. In Kentucky a
nanl named Breckenridge or Clay can get :
en cent drink of whisky for a nickel.
If a man's religion is pretentious on Sun
lay :md obscure on week-days you better
lo business with him on a cash basis.
Every person has two educations-one
which he receives from others, and one,
ntre important, which he gives himself.
"I iss the baby while you can," warbles
poet. Thn111ks, we will wait till she Is
;ixtcen and risk our chances.
A iain who has nothing to do generally
c:hioncs to busy people to see if they
.VII ,o on an errand for him.
Chronic grumblers are like flies in butter;
bey do not ruin what they mix with, but
hic. spoil the syminletry of the scene.
"Its very solemn thing tobe married.'
,il Aunt Be-thany. '"Yes, but it's a great
icaL more solemn not to be," said her niece.
One way to make picnic sandwiches is
- put a slice of raspb..erry pie between a1
ro srate log and a pair of lmonl colored
routeers. It is nott a good way, however.
A Sioux chief is learning to ride the hi
-veb'. and the tinal exterminatioin of the
Iloriginal race is now only a question of
The most thoughtful man living is the
'le whoil immilediately stopp~ed dy-ing w~hien
emiruledC~ that his life insurance policy had
A:n Ohio cleryman thme other day made
e c-ongregaitioni smile by saying that crc
na:t1ion has become a burning question in
3f-exican sugar plamters offer $2.5 a head
('tiniese laborers. Why, at that rate it
-ii! pay to stop boycotting and go to kid
If infidelity succeeds in teaching a man
hat lie will die like a beast, it will at the
:inne time succeed in teaching him how to
ive. like. on.ic
Ti e single effort by which we stop short
n ourli downward path to perdition is itself
t greater exert ion of virtue than a hundred
:ls of justice.
" Why was Washington like a newspaper
nan i" The Norribtown IHerald has soIlved
he conundrum. Answer: "Because lie
:ouldn't tell a lie."
One hour lost in the morning will put
ack thle buisiness of tlle day; an hour
~eind by rising early, will make one
uionth in tile year.
A well-known gentleman, speaking of
mo~thier very conscientious citizen, said that
'he was so afraid that he would do wrong
hat he did not dare to do right.".
"H~aste makes waste," says the proverb:
rut the maln who buttons his 'waistcoat
er a ha windlow will tell you that haste
:ad no hand in making his waist.
"'Ilessme !" said hec, looking at the clock;
'iis after elever. Ihow the time fics! I
ma1( no iea it was5 so lite.' "'It's better
ate thtan never," she said, hilding a yawn.
A barber red' uced the price of a shave
i'om tenl to eight cents, which action wdis
ollow'd by another. who further agreed to
have a m~an without tailking to him.
The South A mericans put ump sausages int
>trk. Conerning this no0 comment is neces
airy, oily to say that the South Americas
terire to preserve every' phase of the dog.
Along with other things there appears to
ean epidemic of suicides. In Newv York,
a Friday, there were seven, and in nearly
very part of the country we hear of them.
The irgest ('lock ever known is that in
'he" thedr'id it Strasburg. It is one hun
rd fe -ong, thirty feet w ide, and fotur
Cen feet deep,. and has be'en in use for
bre hundcred y'ears.
''1. as 'ked a little boy', "when a poll
-iim g~oes into oilice~ does lie have to take
n h: "es." "And when he goes
't 'of toilc does he talke an oath?" ''Yes;
uit there is nothing compulsory about it"
A female preacher is said to be writing a
Commanentatry on the Life of Joshua." It
is reported thlat she will observe thai,
oshua was successful with the sun, but he
ever comnanded the daughter to he still.
It is no0t the mlan whlo talks loudest who
me~st to be dependeid upon in an emler
.:e.A silver dollair miakes a great deal
wre i'-o'ise than a tiv'e dollar' bhh when it is
I~pe into the contribution box.
"She puiS on a great many :airs, does
- - no't? said Mildred, while disc'ussin"
I. jnihi 'rinaC. "'Airs'" replied Amy.
T IIa dIn't be(gin to express it. She just
I')eelne (on the tops (If hurricanes."
'T'-e. hardest thing in this world to plea-se
:- a wi-rnn Mr. Younlg. oIf Minnesota,
'I kI his~\ wife inito the house; Mr. P'otts.
I Wisc' r'sin. loeked his wife out of the
ou.o.',o bo'th wonien have sued for
Accoring t' the nuthor of "Ihow To Be
[appy Thiough' Married." it was a Chicago
Iu: lady who on' ( being asked the usuail
u:-stion in which the words "Love, honor
ad~ ,bey cur.i' made the straightforward
plv: "Yes I will, if lhe does what lhe
GENERAL NEW5I ITE3iS.
Facts of Interest Gathered front Vnrlion
Oldenburg is to succeed Prince Alexan
Ch1arles II. 3Iurphey comm11itted suici1d"
In Augusta a few days ago.
Secretary Bayard is thc only member of
the Cabinet now in the city of Wa.hing ton.
Prince Alexander is on his way to hi:
parental home at Darmstadt.
The sceond international yacht race has
beel postponed on account of fog.
Geronimo, the murderous Apache chicf.
is to be Imprisoned it Fort 31arion, Fla.
In Dakota butter is selling at eight cents
a pound and corn at 1ifteen cents a bushel.
Tihe total capacity of American miih,
inking steel rails is about 1,500,000 tons la
The Bo-rxen Conrier says: "What will be
the end of the unparalleled success of Itus
The Signal Service office at St. Paul.
Minn., reports light snow at Helena 1un
(lay last, with the thermometer at J1.
A negro man in Garden. Ala., murdered
his three children because lie wanted to get
rid of them.
Pauline 3Mittelstaedt has been arrested
for the murder of an illegitimate inf:ui, for
which she was to receive $*300 froml ito
The negroes at Flcmingtoni a small to:n
a few miles from Savannah, are terribly ex
cited over the story that thc world is con)
ing to an end on September 20.
The J'rnal den Dehatx at Parispub;lics
a sensational report about an alleged up
ri.,ing of the people of Northeastern India
against British rule and in favor of Rus
The Chronice blames DWsmarck for cre
ating the present critical situation. and says
that the clouds in the Balkans are darker
and more lurid than ever.
The Tempm says: "In a short, time EnI
rope wiil have to accept the fact that the
Russian outposts will be by procuration at
the gates of Adrianople."
The 3Jltagub1att says: "De Ciers has
raised the Czar to a position which
has not known since the flattering (hlys of
()lmutz. Russia's influence has again be
come decisive in the fate of Europe."
A volume made its appearance Thurs
day last at Washington containing the
President's vetoes of private pension bills.
There are 101 vetoes in all, which with
copies of the bills and the committe re
ports thereon make a book of 350 pages.
Mrs. James Potter Drown, who made
herself famous at Washington oy readina
"Ostler Joe," hasimet the Prince of WaitS
and he is "her'n." She will soon return to
America, and has big offers to go upon the
stage as a professional.
The 1)aily Tdcqraph says: " 'Every one
for himself' is now the motto of European
concert, and the result is discord more or
less veiled We are a maritime p)wer.
Looking to the dark, lowering future, we
cannot too soon take all needful steps and
rely on ourselves."
The people of the South a few years ago
were paying from $3.50 to $6 an ounce for
quinine, that everybody uses. That vas
when foreign quinine was heavily taxed.
The duty was taken off by a Democratic
Congress, and now it is quoted at whole
sale in the North at 62 cents an ounce.
While Doris's circus was on its way to
Norfolk from Cape Charles on Sunda)
soeic of the c:vasnen becaime involved in
a quarrel, when Frank Smith shot George
Taylor. Thinking that lie had killed Tay
]or, Smith shot himself and died in a f"w
minutes. Taylor will live.
The troops engaged in the Woodford
evictions, on their return to their barrack
at Birr, protested against the work of fore'
bly putting helpless, infirm and starvin
people out of shelter into the readway, andii
declared that they would in future refuste
to perform such objnoxious dluty.
A special from Washington says tha-t
Secretary Bayardl accepts the decree pro
mnulgated by the 3Iexican 3linister of
Foreign A ITairs, 3Mariscal, in regard to the
arrest and treatment of foreigners. as5 a
complete vindication (of the piosition taken
by him in the Cutting aflair.
Thle farmers (If thei South are beginning'
to reap the reward of mlortg:Iginlg thleir
lands to Northern caipitalists for borrowt d
money. especially tho(se2 whlo wish to secll.
Purchlasers know that very soon tihe bod:yl
will be sold under forclosuire of mortgages.
andi that they can then buy them at "a mere
Rev. W. II. Iharrison, of Atlanta, pre
dicted an earthqutake, based on at scienitilic
calculation, on the South Atlantic coazst
during the month of August, 1886. This
p~redlictin was madle in a letter written four
or live years ago. IIe also p~redhi(ctd that
at no dlistant date after the present shake uip
the city of San Francisco would be tottlly
destroyed by an earthquake.
Good for the Child.
Tho ailments of childhood need caref al.
attention and wise treatment. Some|
people think "anything is good enoughi
for a child, and there isn't much the
matter with it anyh~ow." But judicious
mothers know better, and do as Mrs. H.
W. Perry, of Richmond, Va., does. She
says: "I take Brown's Iron Bitters and
give it to myF children with the most sat
factory results" Sold everywhere.
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(soetines called Hearthurn). Miasma. Malaria,
Bloody Flux, Chills and Fever, Breakbone Fever,
Exhsustion before or after Fevers. Chronic Diar.
rhera. Loss of Appetite. Headache, Foul Breath,
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thing harmfual. are
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e marvelous rower of these 'mills, they would walk
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oe Dannr . . te ntller ill a
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The Drcaw of paInf , inhor. Its
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Mother hocd evy i: 111is respect (l
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A l.ontnt plhlys!ian lately remarked
I ;he !.roprh-.r, t I i it were admissible
l: ::.e puh!!c 11:5i.s we receive, the
ilbr F n wa1 a v-.:id outsell anything
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