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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 14 July 1866

rr tie -Daily News. SATURDAY MONNING, JULY 14, 1866. Political. MABYLAND. -A State Convention of the support ?rsof Pr?sident JOHNBON in Maryland ia to be held at Baltimoro, July 25. MAINE.-1 he Portland Daily Pres$, July 9, pub I ishos a letter from Hon. A. G. JEWETT, President of tho Radioal S tato Convention at Bangor, in f oi ming General CHAMBEBLAIN of bis nomination f or Governor of Maino, and Genoral CHAMBER LAIN'S reply, accepting tho nomination. General CHAMBERLAIN accepts the constitutional amend ment ns a step in tho right direotion, endorsos the p, . hon of tho Radical majority in Congress on th< <|iiostion of reconstruction, and pledges him self to a cordial support of tho party which aims t o secure equal, oivil and politioal rights for all American citizens. This is tho usual Radical o ant, which means tho securing of civil and politi oal rights to all who voto tho Radioal ticket, mean while disfranchising so far as is posible in most of tho large cities in tho N...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 16 July 1866

ail Mtb) 4 MONDAY. JULY IG, 1866. PRICE FIVE GENTS. BY TELEGBAPH. LATER FROM EUROPE, ARRIVAL OP THE AMERICA. Nkw York, July 15.?The steamship America h?? arrived at Una port with Southampton dates to the 4th. Cotton markot quiot and unchanged. Salea the laat two days 18,000 balea. Salea to speculators and exporters 4000 balea. Flour Oat and ono shilling lowor. Wheat 3d. lower and dull. Corn declined Gd. Mixed 28 shillings. Beef aud Pork steady. Uncon dull. Tallow aud Lard inactive. Sugar quiet. Corteo and rice steady. Common rosin quiot. Turpeutiuo dull. Consols for money ?0$ to 86?. Fivo-TwontieB 65 to G5J. THE NEW MINISTBY. Lord Derby has formed a Ministry, among the niout prominent membera of which are Derby, Premier; DTsraeli, Chancoilor of the Exchequer, .and leader in the Houso of Commons, s nd Lord Stanley as Foreign Secretary. THE WAR IN OEnMANT.?GREAT PRDS8IAN VICTORY. The Prussians have oarried Gitzsohen by storm, after an obstinate defence. A junction has been effected be...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 16 July 1866

The T>ailv News. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 16,186C. IFOR THK OHAM-ESTON 1'AU.Y hxwb.J Christ?The Koch. DEVOTED TO THE MEMORY Of A DEL0VED FRIEND AND COUSIN. BT C. O. P. The simple record o? bo7eDd. what peace It sheds Unbind "ho^andals from your i.e., for this Is holy Tread'?oSlM?* uo Ja"in8 B0UDd nor 0CUO m60t her oar; Broatho Hoftly prnyerI n? nuict: only let me feol that yo are vory noor, Prose tbo worm alea upon my brow, toy with my wavy Pot me an yo wore went to do?yo know I love it so, Friends ! lot mo fool that yo aro boro whon I am called to go. "Thoughts of 'The Valloy' usod to fill my heart with gloom and fear, But loi tho valley is all bright?I seo my 8avlour there, Iiigh'ning It with Hie victor crown, Hie smile eeronoly calm, Sheds for tho festering wounds within a softly soothing balm." 'Tls noon?high noon?tho hour when Ho eat w esry on the well, And sho Is weary, and would loavo this world with Him to dwoll; And Christ ha* como?she fools Hin near?Tho Itock wboeo friendly...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 16 July 1866

Th.e ?ailv USTe^vs. MONDAY MOHNING, JULY IG, 18G6. Ci >MMKR<J1A.L.. Kxports. HEW YORK?Per steamship Saragossa? 91 bales Cotton, 64 tierces Rico, 48 ubis Kaolin Clay, 37 packages Fruits and Ycgotablos, 4 bales Woolens, 7 packages Sundries.Per sehr Wide World?100 tons Rail road Iron, 65 tons Machlnory and Pig Iron, 16 pack ages and 9 boxes machinery Old Proas, 6 bsgs H S Nails, 6 boxcB I'apor Bags, 16 crates Crockery, 3 bbls Spit Its Turpentine, 8 packages Brass, Ac, 7 balos Upland Cotton, 7 packages Furniture, 14 Empty O r boys, 40 boxes Pipes, 21 boxeB Potash, 6 boxos Mdzo. 61 tiercos Clay, 1 ca*k Paint, 31 bbls Rosin, 17 bbls Ale, 3 bbla Glass, &o. The Charleston Cotton Market. Tbo stock of cotton on tho markot Is so light as to in terfore vory. much with transactions, and particularly?;. this tho case with tho bettor grades, and wbon such aro -wanted, can generally only be had ata price above quo tums. On Saturday about 80 balos wore sold at tho fol iowiug price's: Repac...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 16 July 1866

THE CMRLESTON BAIL? NEWS, Q. R. OATIIOART, Editor. CATHCART, McfflLLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. ?TERMS-OASH. BnilaOIUPTION. DAILY-TWfcLVB MONTHS.~~-'^'??? ?AILY-8IX MONTHS.**,?, BAiLT?th:?ke MONTHS. .?-BU BIN?LE COPIES.?cents XONEW8 DEALERS.3 cent? LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. MT THE LIST OF LETTERS re maininx in. tho 3?ostofnoe at the end of eaoh week ie published ofHoially ln THE DAILY NEWS every Fri day morninjt. News Summary. loo formed in paite and pitchors in many houses in Austin, Novada, Juno 7. So says the ReveW.e. Tho oombiuod incomes of the Chicago Tribune woro said to foot np $1G0,000, Mr. Cow les having tho lar-cBt, $10,000. Gokriel L. Q. 0. Lamar has been appointed to tho chair of Ethics and Metaphysics in tho Missis sippi University. An Astor House waiter, while running up ?taira tho other night, foil aud out his jugular with a tumbler ho was carrying. The accident was fatal. A book with tho curious title of...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 16 July 1866

? The Daily N~ews. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 10. 1866. LARUEST CIRCULATION IN TUE STATE. LARUEST CIRCULATION IN TUE CITY. ?r THK LIST OIT LKTTKH8 re malninK in the Postoffioe at the enrt ol auoh week Is published officially la XHK D^VIXiY NKWS every BVi rtay mornlnu. LOCAL. MATTERS. ? ? W S KB SECOND AND TH1SD FAQ BE. ? -... Univebsit? Medical Colleqe, New YonK.? We bavo boen favored with a copy of tho Annual Announcement of Lectures at this school. Thoir building, it will bo recollected, wan burnod in May, with tho Aoademy of Mueio. Tho oxorciaos havo boon continued in tho Now York Hospital Building in Broadway, whoro lectures aro to be delivered next bobb?oii. Soda Wateb_Mosers. Pbatt &. Wilson Bnoa. have, at tboir drug establishment, in King, near Markot street, a supply of cold double extra. Soda Water, contained in porcelain lined founts, re markably strong and pure, and which will bo found particularly relroshing during this very warm spell. Thoy havo also a largo and superior ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 16 July 1866

N. York Advertisements NEEDLES AND F.SUING TACKLE. ANDREW OLERK k CO., NO. 48 MAIDEN LANE, N Y., solo importor of JOS. WAUHIN'S celobratod Drlllod Eyed NKKDLtS. bpg to notify their old custom ers and the public that they havo on bond a full assort ment of WARRIN'S DRILLED EYED NEEDLES elAmmW?m WARRINT? TELEGRAPH NEEDLES IN GABK?TTH, extra largo Oval Byoa __ .?#.*? ?looll . ??_, WARRIN'S NEEDLEH IN SYNOPTICAL CASES, % new WARRIN?8 HURGEONS, MILLINERS, SAIL, PACK Tli?aEsS.W? been before the public for thirty y.T "d w icknowlcdged by g~<l judge, to bo aupa rlo" to aRothora In tompor, Qulsb, uniformity and quel ltM?ir8ta?ortment of FISHING TACKLE is complete, an I the most extensivo In this or any other country. Jto M a? . _mwMmos Ca JM'ENTERS, JOINEKS, PATT?KN AND nuiDioi. m a it io i is. G KICKING VALVES AND ALL KINDS OF PAT TERNS (or machinery executed with dispatch. Fittings for atoros and offloes shimed to ani faut or THE wonLD. OINS I GHI?TS I O-TTSTQ I IMPltUVKD RUL.LBR SEA IS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 16 July 1866

CHILDREN'S FRIEND ! PERRY'S WORN TOA. A8AFE AND EFFEOTUAL REMEDY FOR ALL kinds of Worms found in tho human body; aleo, a oortalu euro for Worm Kits, Worm Fever, Tonoimus, 4c. Possessing; In its combination eminent cleansing and strengthening propon Ich, its uso will always Im prove tho health of tho patlout, whether Impaired by worms or other cantos. Perry's Worm Tea, eflVctually carries off tho elimo or mucous which Is tho b+d or nest ofworme, in which thoy breed, and consequently worin* cannot exist whero this medicino la us. d A physician In largo practice eaya: "I have boen called to many cases ot Fit?, given up by other Doctors as Incurable, a 1 of which (bi-ln? canned by worm?) havo been cured by Perry's Worm Ten." Another says: "I preaorlbo Perry's Worm Tea In all oases whore antholmintlcs (worm medicine) Is indica ted, and always with the happiest results.'* JOHN A. PERRY, Chemist. Boston, Proprietor. M. S. BURR 4 CO., 20 T emont street, Boston, General Agenta, and sold by a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 16 July 1866

Tfte Daily yfews. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1806. ti Wr>T C?BC?LAT10N Di THE STATE. UWwtt?T CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. jr rKCEl LIST OB' LETTERS ro oo ,i?iutc in. the JPoetoffioe at the end ct ..j?oh wools is i>nbli?hed of I lei nil y t.> i T?H? O-AJXiY NH3V7 8 ?very Wxl a .: TTiomainte. AOBNTS. tur lollowlng aro the Agonts for this paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, General TraveUng andOolleot in? Agent R*v. COLIN MUR0HI8ON, Ooueral Traveling and Collating Agent. TOtfNSEND & NORTH, Bookeellors and Stationers, Columbia, S. 0. Col. J. J. RYAN, Barnwoll, 8. O. t. If. TRIMMIER. Spartan Office, Spartanbnrg, S. O. I. T. DnBOIS, Marion. 0. H. HARDY, Bandy Ford P. O., Madison co., Fla. p?rRICK A H UVE Y, Mac?n, Georgia. n. A. MoKNIGRT, ?nlonviUe. J. Y. H. WILLIAMS. Clinton, 8. 0. 1. K. ALLEN. Chester 0. H., S. O. . jfiRPB H. SEARS, ? Now South," Hilton Head. "*, 8. LANCE, Orahamville P. O., Beaufort, B. 0. ?, P. BRADFORD, Waltcrhoro', S, O. X L. DARR, Sumter, S. 0. ''IAD. 0. ANDREWS, Orange...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 July 1866

VOLUME II....N0. 385.1 CHARLESTON. S. O., TUESDAY? JULY 17, 1866 PRTnW t^T%TTT> ?~% IT? '?wTman BY TELEGRAPH. LATER FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF THE NOVA SCOTIA. Another Great Battle. Farther Point. July 15.?Tho stoatnahip Nova Scotia, from Liverpool July 5th, anil Londonderry July Cth, has puseod this point. Tho Cotton market, according to tho Broltors' Circular, has been received and reported. Salea for the week 88.000 Mies, including 8500 balea to speculators and 12,500 balea to exportera. The market openod dull aud downward, but cloned buoyant, with an advnnco of J-l. to jd. on Ameri cans and .jd. to \t], on other descriptions, owing to the prospect of poaco. Sales on tho Cth 20,000 halos ; market dosing firmer aud prices advanc ing. Tho authorized quotations aro as follows : Orleans Fair, led.; Middling, 14 jd.; Mobile Fair, 15Jd.; Middling, lAJd.; Uplands'Fair, 15d.; Mid dling, 14d. Stock in port 67,000 bales, including 42,950 balee American. Breadstuff? market very dull, with a...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 July 1866

The Dailv ISTe^wrs. ?OlfftAY MORNING JULY IG, 18C6. Stagnier Dlieloinrri in Washington? Tnc AasnHilnnilon of President Lincoln Su JLioi n 111 g \V linimih lu Prove tHe lomji 11? -1 -, j t \JvFT. UlVT In, die. Under th announcement wo find in tho New lork Heroid o the 11th, a loiter from Washing ton developing wh well characterizes as "one D itho most villainous couspiraelo? ever concocted ?ntho civilized world,"?"a bloodly and cowardly And cmol conspiracy to murder, through the forms of law, ox-Preaiileut Davih and others o? the defunct Confederacy." Tlio writer says : This revelation will no doubt astound tho pub lie, and well it may; but to none who have observ ed the nioliguaut ami fiendish Bpirit of tho Radi cals in Congress and other high placea will it Beem incredible. Tho Judiciary Committee, anx ious as most of its members aro to ?tippre m the evidence it has educed and ?croon tho conspira tors from tho opprobrium they Justly morit, will Dot vonture to douy my avormonts. The...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 July 1866

The Dailv ISTews. MONDAY KUHM1NQ, JULY 10, 18C0. l''nnl(?ii Items. JonN MiTonEL, in ono of hie lottora from Paris to tho Now York Daily News, spoaking of the Bocoseion of Prussia from tho Gorman Coufodora tion, and of Austria'? iuaiating that tho Union Was indi8Bolublo, aaya : In other words, hero is another "wicked and oauaolcaB rebellion," and tho Union will and muat be preserved. Ouo thing only ie wanted to com pleto tho parallel with anothor well known caao? namoly, that in case of Austria being Buccoaaful in thia war, tho Austrian Government ahould lay tip tho King of Prussia and Count Bismark in jail, handcuff them, feod thorn for awhilo upon oouvict rations, aud mako a-protouco of preparing ?O try them for high treason, GARD3ALDI and Gavazzi.?Garibaldi baa sum moned AloBaandro Gavazzi to assist in tho care of the military hospitals in Italy. Tbeae two dia tinguiahed mon havo frequently boon aaaociated in aerving their country in their different voca tions. Thoy wero togothor ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 July 1866

THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, Q. R. OATHOART, Edit or. CATHCART. McMILLAN & MORTON, PHOPIUETORH. No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. larBUMS-o-ASi-x. STTB?ORIPTION. PAILY-TWI'LVE MONTHS.*. w- 10.00 BAILY-SIX MONTHS.~..B.0l> DAILY?TP:iEE MONTHB.? 5? BINGLE COPIES.Scents SONHWS DEALERS.3 cent* LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. JWTHiC LIST OB' LBTTTICR8 re xnuinirxK i? the Fostofrloe at trio end of eaolx week is p-utolisneel officially in. THK DAILY NEWS every Fri day niornliiK. News Summary. Genoral Jovn Echols was elected Froeidont of the Alumni ^i Washington Collego, V?., last week. Tho Republicans of Nebraska elected their two Honatore to Congress by seven majority on joint ballot, Tho Maine Episcopal Convention has elected Rev. P. D. Hohtingdok, D. D., of Boston, sb Bishop of the Diocese. Tho Duke de Ghabtees baa not entered tho Italian army, as stated. It will bo rornemberod that this young gontloman served in the lato war. on MoClellan'b staff. Tho omnibuse...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 July 1866

The Daily News. IUE8DAY MOKNINQ. JULY 17, 1860. LARGEST CMCULATIOfl IN TUE STATE.' LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY. ? -TUB! LIST OK" XiBTTTElIiS re malninK in the F?oHtofHoe at tb.6 end of eaoh week la published officially In THK JJAIXiY JSTHJWS every Fri day mornltu. AGENTS. The following are the Agents for this paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Travoling and Collect ing Agent. Bev. COLIN MURCHISO.V, Oonoral Traveling and Collecting Agent TOWNSEND & NORTH, BooksoUers and Stationers, Columbia, 8. O. Ool. J. J. RYAN, Baruwoll, 8. 0. V. M. TRIMMIER, Spartan Office, Bpartanbnrg, S. 0. a. T. DuBOIS, Marlon. O. a HARBY, 8andy Ford P. 0., Madison co., Fla. PATRICK & HUVEY, Macon, Georgia. B. A. MoKNIGHT. Unlonvllle. 3. Y. H. WILLIAMS. Clinton. S. 0. 9. B. ALLEN. Chester O. H., 8. 0. JOSEPH H. SEARS, " New South," Hilton Head. W. 8. LANCE, GrahamvUlo P. O., Beaufort, B. 0. B. F. BRADFORD. Walterboro', 8, 0. H. L, DARR, Humtor, S. 0. THAD. 0. ANDREWS, Orangobnrg, 8. 0. J. T. HER8HMAN,...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 July 1866

N.York Advertisements PUMPS! PUJdPS! PUMPS! Steam, Force, Suction and Lilting Pudr OF EVERY DESOBIPT10N : ?TEAM AND QA.S P I P K ?t CPIpo and Steam Fittings,!! .. AMD atVaUaX DBSOBUTIOH OV Plumbers', Gas and Steam Fitttw aooDS, FOB 9UM AT THE LOWEST RATES, AY JOHN 6. F?LLER, Ho. 8 DKV-STRBKT, RB? YORK. Hovembor 10_fmwlyr C?RHART. WHITFORD & CO., MANUFACTURERS AND Wholes5i>Le Oealer? inl READY-Ma.DE CLOTHING, AMERICAN EXPRE88 BUILDING, Nos. 50, ?r. 50 and 61 Iladson, near Daane-street, New If orte. T. P. CARHART. I HENRY SHANBR. W. H. WHITFuRD. | J. B. VAN WAGENEN. A. T. HAMILTON. Office of Payan rfe Cakuaut in liquidation. jnne_mwfCroo PRICES REDUCED! PRINTING MATERIALS. NEW YORK TYPE FOUNDRY, (ESTABLISHED 1838.) _ X70. ?a Tt H Hi HT EagAatr-aaragMBEHC. T>RIN TEES ABB INVITED TO OALL OH THE BOB 3l 80BIBER, where they can be supplied with everj Tyle of PRINTING TYPES, made from unrivalled hare metal, and finished in the most accurate manner, with PRESSES and ovory artiolo t...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 July 1866

1866. F??1866. 1866. r?^^^^^ I Duplex ellipTIC. EACH HOOP BEIN0 COMPOSED TWO PEHPKCThY TKBIPKRKD SIHOLB SPBING8, BRAIDED TIGHTLY AND FIRMLY TOGETHER odge to edge, forming ono hoop, and making thf STRONGEST AND MOST FLEXIBLE, the LIGHTESI AND MOST DURABLE SPRING made. They will not bend or break like tbo single springt, but will always preserve their PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL SHAPE. IM ALL CROWDED ASSEMBLAGES OHUROHES THEATRES RAILROAD CARS FOR PROMENADE OR HOUSE DRESS. In faut, they are superior to all others, combining COMFORT, ECONOMY, LIGHTNESS AND DURABILITY. INQUIBF. FOB BRADLETS DUPLEX ELM' OB DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT For aale everywhere. Manufactured exclusively bj the sole owners of the Patent, WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY, ?0. 70 CHAMBERS AND Nos. 79 AND 81 BEADS BT8,, NEW YORK. Fot aale In Charleston, 8. 0., Wholesale and Retail, by WM. T. BUBGE & CO. EDWIN BATES & CO. KING & GOODRIOH. J. R. READ h CO. WM. MoOOMB A CO. T. KELLY. E. SCOTT & CO. UFFEBHABDT, OAMPSEN &...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 17 July 1866

Tlie JJaiiy 3S"ews. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1806. State. Amount. Louisiana. $294,256 Missouri. 40,701 Kentucky. 731 Tonnesaoo. 1(1,490 Ohio. 188,740 Indiana. 110,220 Illinois. 153,859 Michigan. 80.3S4 Vilnnoso'a. 7,000 Wisconsin. 93,183 Iowa. 122,120 Kansas. 22.000 California. 2,332,665 Nebraska. 5,000 Now Mexico. 7,851 Washington. 118.334 Utah. 3,254 Oregon and Wash ington. 340,000 Colorado. 51,323 Acres. Iowa.2,132.759 Wisconalo.2,005,660 Orogon. 72.000 Minnesota.4,708.160 Kansas.3,006,400 Novada. 625,1100 Kxpesidltarcs fus* Publlo Works. In anawor to a roBotution a communication from tho PrOBidont was aubmittod to tho Sonato a fow days einco, oovoring a atatomont of tho oxpondi turos for public works sinco 1860, for navy yarda, Custom LOUB6B, coast housoB, courts, arsonals, river and harbor improvements Tho toad??WM? thus expended ia $28,404,439 ; of thia ???JW?? Was for tho Capitol oxtonaion, and ?488,459 for tho now domo. Tho following ahowa tho amount ox ponded in eaoh State...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 18 July 1866

i VOLUME II....N0. 386.1 CHARLESTON. S. O., WEDNESDAY. JULY 18, 1866. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BY TELEGRAPH. ? a?. ?LATER FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OP THE PIERRE. New Yoiik, July 17.?Tho French steamship Pierre has arrived from Brest, with datos to tho 7th inst. Prussia and Italy have refused the armistice, aud the Italians Lavo crossed tho Po. There is nothing later from tho Liverppol Cot ton market than tho Nova Scotia's nows. Our telegram from Liverpool, on tho morning of tho 7th, gives tho closing rates of the day provious. CoDBole, 86j to 8GJ. Five-twenties, (?7 to G7$. The Havro cotton markot was vory quiot. Tres Bau Orleans 170f. to 172f. Bas Orleans 200f. Tho Deiuiy Cabiuothau boon iiistallod. It is rumored that tho Archduke Albert Bupor 90des Renedek in tho command of tho Austrian army. Tho Austrians had evacuated Lombardy. IMPORTAMT FROM TENNESSEE. THE RADICALS BEGIN TO UNMASK. t??v. Browclow calls on the Military to Control the Legislature* Washington, July 17_Tho following dispatch ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 18 July 1866

T~b.e ?ailv ?S~e,ws. WEDNE6DA? MORNING, JULY 18, 186C. THE BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD. Below wo present to our readers tbo Report of iho several CommitIpob of tho City Council of Charleston, tho Blue Ridge Railroad Company, of iho Charleston Chamber of Commerco, and tho Board of Trade of this city, on tho subject of ihe Blue Ridgo Railroad, and in roforonco to tho railroad counoctiou with Cincinnati and Louisville via Knoxvillo. Ou to-morrow we will publish a very ?bio paper on tho subjoot of the Oharloston and Cincinnati Railroad via French Broad. Both oro xnattors of great concern to our people, and we aro euro will bo of iuterost. REPORT. Jb the nonorable the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Charleston, the Board of Directors of the Blue liidge Railroad Company, the Chamber of Commerce of Charleston, and the Board of Trade of Charleston. The several committees appointed to proceed to Cincinnati, and to other wostorn cities, to repre sent tho condition, and advance tbo intorests of the ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 18 July 1866

The Daily HSTe-ws*. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 18G6. ALiLi HURTS or l'All.VUitAI'lli. [from tht Boston Post.] Bonner'a income: $105,009.05. Jericho (Vt.) has had a ilrst-olasB tornado. A Cabinot motto?the more haato tho less 43 pood. A negro died recontly in Louisiana aged 120. Punch stylos diplomatic notes waste papor. All Yankees at Beaufort, S. O. Horse Shoo Falls, Niagara, are tumbling in. Tho burnt district in Portland oovers 327 acres. Important discoveries of copper in St. Domingo. Georgia is opening her diamond minos. Washington is gotting too hot for tho Radicals. t?o will the whole country bo Boon. Tho Lebanon, Ohio, Shakers aro trying to shako sugar out of Borghum. One horBO railroad in Philadelphia carried 32,251 passengers on tho Fourth. Connecticut has 700 insane, and will build a hospital for them. Ar apple treo in South Gardiner, Ho., put forth among tho applo blossoms a perfect white rose. A thirty-pound eel was recontly caught in tho vicinity of Hartford. Jackson,...

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