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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 18 July 1866

THE CHARLESTON DULY NEWS, Q. R. CATHCART, Edito*. CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. ?THRMS-OABH. BUBSOBI'PTION. DAILY?TWtLVB MlOTHB.^??tlO.OO DAILY?SIS Y'sSTBB.....5.G( DAILY?XFtlBl MONTHS.~..S.50 BIN?LE COPIES.5 cent. XONBWS DEALERS.3 cent. LAKttEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY, ?Jrl-KEG LIST OB' LICTTKR8 re mr?lniniz in the FostofHoe at the end of euoh week is published ollioiully In THE DAILY NHJWS every Fri day morniiiK. News Summary. Tho overflow of tho Alabama IUvor is said to have cost tho plantera throe thousand bales of cotton. A Jewish Synagogue, just completed, at Berlin, is represented to bo ono of tho most gorgeous buildings in Europe, coating $700,000 in gold. Prince Amadeos, tho son of Victor Emanuel, was wounded in tho chest at tho battle of Cus tozza, while loading forward a brigade of grena diers. Tho intornal revenue law has passed Congress. Tho act is o lo of immcuso importance. It roaches every househ...

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. — 18 July 1866

The Daily J_Te^vv"S, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1866. LOCAL MATTEBS. BUT 3BB SECOND AND THIRD PAO BE. -_?. Thermometer at 12 o'clock last night 00 decrees Fabrouhoit. Horses, Mules, Mii.cu Cows. Ho ! nil you in ncod ! Go and purchaso of Mmers, Smith & McGilliveay, Broad-street; who, as you will eoo by tboir advertisement, havo an cxcellont stock for salo to-day. Everything they aoll is of tho beet. Tue Weekly Courrier des Etats Unis comea to U8 vory ranch enlarged. It huB recently en tered on its 33th year, and enjoys a, rcmarkablo degree of success. Wo always read it with great interest. The steamer Helen Getty, Captain Inouam, of tbo Savannah and Florida lino, arrived here yes terday, from tho former point, boing on hor way to Wilmington, Delaware, to have Borne repaire dono. Wo aro indebted to Capt. Inoham for Sa vannah papera of Tuesday. The Ph_nix. ?In our report yesterday of tbo Phoenix parado, wo neglected mentioning a very handaomo wreath, twined by tho tasteful hands o...

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. — 18 July 1866

N. York Advertisements. PUMPS! PL?MPS! PUMPS! Steam, force, Sncliofl an? Lilting Pnmpi OP EVERY DESCRIPTION: _T_Ai_ ANO O A? PIP??. rjPJpe and Steam FUtlng8,B Airo ?van?? oesoiui?iow or Plumbera', Gas and Steam Fitter. GOODS, FOB BALE AT XHB LOWEST BATES, AY JOHN B. FULLER. no. H OKV-SrilKKT, NEW YORK. BTovembor 10 _frowlyt C?RHART, WMTFORD & CO., MAVUFICTUIIKIIS AND Wholesale Dealers in.1 READY-M ADE CLOTHING, AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, Nos. 55, 5T CD nml 01 Hadaon, near Daane-street, New York. T. F. OARHART. I HENRY SHAN ER. W. H. WH1TFCRD. | J. D. VAN WAGENEN. A. T. HAMILTON. OQice of Payan J? Cahiia kt in liquidation, /one _mwfOnio PRICES REDUCED! PRINTING MATERIALS. NEW YORK TYPE FOUNDRY, (ESTABLISHED 16*3.) NO. 53d BHBICIvrA.rsr-STIl.ElHX. P1UK CEI18 ARE INVITED TO OALL ON THE SUB SCRIBER, where thoy can be supplied with over* tyle of PRINTING TYPES, made from nnrivallod bard tnotal, and finished In the most accurate manner, wltb PRESSES and over7 artlolothey require, at t...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 18 July 1866

I CHILDREN^ FRIEND 1 PERM'S WORM TEL A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL REMEDY FOB ALL binds of Worms fcmml In tho human body; ?loo, ?certain euro for Worm Kits, W-tto Fovor, Tenesmue, &o. PoSBcssIni! In it? combination eminent cleansing and Btrongthonlhg properties, II? nsn will always Im prove the health of the pationt, whether impaired by worms or othor causes. Porry'e Worm Tea, euVctunllv carrion off the slime or mucous which is tho b-tior nest of worms, in which they breed, end con?nquently ?vorms cannot exist whero this medicine Is a_*d A physician In largo practico says: "I have been called to msny cane? 01 Fit?, ?iven up by othor Dootors as lncursblo, a I of which (hi injr caused by worms) havo been cured by Porry'e Worm Tea." Anothor eoye: "I prescribo Porry'e Worm Tea in all cases whero aiithelmintlcs (worm medicino) Is indica ted, and always with tho happiest rcsultB." JOHN A. FEIUIY, Chemist, Boston, Proprietor. M. 8. BDBB k CO., 2fl T oiuont ?treet, Boston, General Agents, and so...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 18 July 1866

Tlae Daily JSTews. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 18, I860. TUB FilK-DM^M'S UUJtKAU DILL. The tolegraph yesterday announced tho veto of tho President to tbiB second Froodmon'e Bureau Bill; and with an importinonco unparalleled in tho history of legislativo assemblies, tho voto was votood on tho epot by both houseo of Congress. This bill being now a law, wo lay it boforo our re adore. AN ACT TO CONTINUE IN fOHCE AND TO AMEND " AN ACT TO ESTAHLISU A HUUKVU FOB THE RELIEF OF FBEEDMEM AND BEKUOKES, " AND FOB OTBEB FOB POSES. Section 1. That the Act to establish a Bureau for tho roliof of freodmon and refngeos, approvod March third, eighteen hundred and eixty-flve, shall couiinuo iu force tor tbo torm of two years from and aftor the passsgo of this Act. Sec. 2. That the supervision and care of said Buroau shall extend to all loyal refugees and froedmon, so far aa tho same shall bo necessary to onablo them as speedily aa practicable to bc coiiio solf-snpportinK citizona ot tho United Statos, and...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 July 1866

VOLUME II....NO. 287.1 CHARLESTON. S. O., THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1866 PRICE FIVE CENTS. BY TELEGRAPH. a? a ?LATER FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA. Halifax, July 18_The steamship Africa, from 1 .Liverpool July 7, via Quconstown, July 8th, has arrived. Tho cotton market on Saturday was dull, and tho improvement of Friday was lost. Tho decline was caused by the anticipated failure of peace ne gotiations. Sales 7000 bales; Middling Uplands quoted at about I4d. Broadstnffa Armer. Pro visions inactive. OonBols874 to 87J. Fivo-TwentieB 66} to 67. Prussia and Italy havo acceptod tho proposod armistice conditionally?Prussia maintaining her present military position?tho troops to be sup ported by tho countries occupied. Tho Aastrians nut to inoroaso the army in the field. Italy to occupy one fort rosa in the Quadrilateral. Italy in reply demandod two fortresses. Vienna telegrams roport a good prospect of an armistice for six -weeks. Hostilities had not beon resumed. Tho Austrians continued the...

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. — 19 July 1866

The Daily lS"ews? TIIUB8DAY MORNING, ?TTTLY 19, 18CC. [ l.( ) M M U N11 : AT Kl ). ] Cincinnati ana Charleston Railroad, VIA FRENCH BROAD. In view of tho great intorcst which is now be ing taken in having a communication by railroad botweou tho Northwest and tho Atlantic seaboard, and on account of tho urgent claims advancod by the friends of rival routos, wo would respectfully suggest to tho friends of tho various routes, and especially to tho citizens of Cincinnati, Kentucky, Tonnossoo, North and South Carolina, that a Con vention bo called, composed of delegates from Cincinnati and tho States named. Tho Con vention to meot this summer or fall, at somo convenient place?say Morristown, Knox ville, or Ashvillo?to consider the merits of tho various routoB prosposed; decido thereon, and see what may bo dono in tho promues. Lot Cin cinnati namo tho place and timo. If it bo thought expedient, a corps of engineers, in tho meantime, might mako a rccounoissanco of the diff?rant routes, or ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 July 1866

Tlie JDailv JS^ew?. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY l'?>. 1B06. Tropical Krults. [From the N. 1*. Times ) riNEAPl'LKa, CANANAS, OIIANOKH, LEMON8, ETC WUEUE THEY COME F it OU, TUE O^ANT?T? BKO?UnT, AMD WHERE Til KV UO TO. The market in now glutted with tropical fruits of all kiude. A visit to either ono of tho largo mar kets lying upon tho rlvor will provo of intorost to anyone who desires information upon tho traffic carriod on in foreign fruits. Pilos of pine-apples. quantities of bananas, hoxos of orange? and lemons, lie about tho docke at thoso points, with out rogard to regularity or ownership, all await ing transportation. Tho amount of monoy invest or, m this trade is immouso, yot it is carried on in -inch a loose, dotaclied manner as almost to pre clude tho possibility of arriving at any bat is factory statistics in roforonco to it. The men ongagotl in the business are not of tho class ono would suspect or conducting great on tornrwes, or of directing capital to successful ro aulls...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 July 1866

TJdLE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, G. R. OATHCART, Bonoa. CATHC?RT, McMILLAii & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. DJo. 18 HAYNE-STREET. SUBSCRiPTIOH. iJAILY?TWELVE MOMH8.-?UO.OO DAILY?SIX yONTHB.B.00 ?AILY?TP'.iKE MONTHS.~.14.50 6INQLE 00PIE8.S cents TO NEWS DEALERS.Scents LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ? THE H.IST OF LETTERS re muinirifc in. the Postoffioe at the ?nd of euoh week is p*arjlish?B<-l officially In THE DAILY l^?K^VS every Fri day morninji. ^LSTews Su.1rnr1a.r3T. It was reported that Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton was to be raised to a peerage at? Lord Lytton. Tho little craft "lied, While and Blue" was spokon on tho 11th instant, thirty-flvo milos eaBt by-BOuth from Barnegat. It ia statod that Commander Mauiiv is abont to bt? attached to the French navy as chief of the meteorological department. The Indian council at Fort Laramio has broken tip. It was a completo failure, tho Indiana re fusing to make peace upon their own terms. II is thought that Col...

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. — 19 July 1866

The Daily ZN'e'WS. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1806. LOCAL, MATTKRS. ?a tCtrSEB SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -?? The TuEnMoMF.TF.it in uur oflico, i\t 12 o'clock last night, btooil at 01 flogree?. Attention ie called to tho advertisement in to day's News of Mesar*?. En.vnoit ??c AJallonek, of fering for aale a beautiful and tant nailing yacht. o We PDBLieii to day, on our second pago, a very ablo paper on llio project for n railroad connect ing CbarlcBton with Knoxvillo via Spartanburg and tho French Broal, which wo commend to tho attention of our roadora. 8tabiiino AirnAY.?On yoatcrday afternoon about 6 o'clock, a difficulty occurred between two nogro men at a house on South Bay, it being tho residence of ono of tho party. One of the mon was boat by tho other, and attempted to make hia eacapo by running to Tradd atroot. Tho other followed him, and when in tho act of enter ing a shop in Tradd noar King street, inflicted a severe wound by atabbiug him in tbo baok of tbe neck. Tbo ono who p...

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. — 19 July 1866

N. York Advertisement* FURNITURE! FURNIIURE ! WHOLESAL E~k ND RETAIL. DEGRAFF & TAYLOR, H08. 87 k 89 BOWEBY k 05 CHRY8TIE-STREET. HAVE IHK BEST ABSOnTRn STOCK OF PARLOR, DINING-ROOM AND BED-ROOM FURNITURE, . PRING BEDS AND BEDDING, IN THE UNION. OUR FACILITIES FOR MANUFACTURING AT LOW PRICES doly competition. STEAMERS AND HOTELS FURNISHED FOR STYLE AND QUALI TY . Wo rcler jou on board of tho Hndson River Steam era , ST. JOHN and DEAN RICHMOND. Puller's Patent Hair-Spring Mattresses FIVE STATE PREMIUMS AWARDED. Jnno'Jl thstuGmo B.J.BECK ?CO. No. O PIN_-STK__.T, NEW YORK,, MANUFACTURING STATIONERS, JOB PBINTEB8 AND L1THOGBAPHEBS, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in First-Class Office Fixture*. CONSTANTLY ON HAND A SPLENDID AS80BT MENT o? Foreign and Domestic LETTER AND ROTE PAPER. EnvelopoB of ovory size and quantity. Certificates of Stock, Bonds, Ohooks Notes, Drafts, Bills of Exchange, Billheads and Garda, ko., Usterallj xeonted. Ordere .by mall will receive prompt attention at low ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 July 1866

1866. l'OIl 1866. 1866. _- A?$J-R'<%_\ ?O Duplex ellipTIC. EACH HOOP BEING COMPOSED or WWO PERFECThY TE1SPEREO Sllf OLI SPBINGB, BRAIDED TIGHTLY AND FIRMLY TOGETHER ,?.~S?8e *? e,J8et forming ono hoop, and making tht flTBONOEBT Ar?D MOST FLEXIBLE, tho LIQBTE87 AND MOST DURABLE SPRING made. They wUl not bend or break like the single springs Dot wlH always preserve tholr PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL SHAPE. VX AI_ OBOWDED ASSEMBLAGES 0H?RCHE8 THEATRES JBAILROAD OARS ~*-_o FOB PROMENADE OR HOUSE DRE88. In fact, they are superior to all others, combining OOMFORT, ECONOMY, _IQHTNES8 ANT DURABILITY. INQUIBE FOB BRADLEY'S DUPLEX ELLIPTIC _ OB DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT For ule everywhere. Manufactured exclusively bi the sole owners of the Patent. WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY, HO. 7? CHAMBERS AND Nos. 79 AND 81 BEADS BTO. NEW YORK. For M?e in Charleston, 8. O, Wholesale and BeUH. hi WM. T. BUBGB h OO. EDWIN BATES h CO. KING & GOODBIOH. 3. R. READ A OO. WM. MoCOMB A 00. T. KELLY, E. SCOTT A 00. . UFFEB...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 19 July 1866

Tlie JDaily JNTews. THURSDAY MOltNINO, JULY 19, 1806*. bumiu 11 ? y of Kon-I?*1 ????' By tho America's mails, rocoivod ycstorday, wo aro in possoesion of advicoe, in dolail, up to tho 5th, and London tolograms to the 6th. Tho tele graph has brought ua still lator news. But it may not bo uninteresting to onr readers to have a resume of tho fighting of tho last days of Juno and first day? of July. Tho Pruaeiana aud Austrians wero engagod for tbroo daya continuously on tho 27th, 28th and 20th. Tho forcea of Gon. Benedek wero tho roughly oxbaustod. Tuo Austrian corps, under Gon. Gadlekz, was completely brokon up. Tho nuinbor of priaonora, gun*, Ac, oapturod by the Prussians, was onormous. Tho King of Prussia loft Berlin on tho 1st for the Jrout. He was moat enthusiastically cltcorod by tho crowds in tho streets, from tho Piilaco to tho railway atation. Tho Auatrian loas on July 1 waaannouncod as boiui< 20,000 men up to Ihat timo. Tho PruBBiau losses, alao, wero vor yhoavy, tho onoiny...

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. — 20 July 1866

VOLUME II....N0. 288.1 CHARLESTON, S. O., FRIDAY, JULY SO, 1866. PRICE V* iViv. r-;c.T_?n_ BY TELEGBAPH. New York News. New York, July 19.? In the case of cotton sold ?ero on Government accouut, nudor tho Confisca tion Act, tho claimant? moved to chango tho trial from the United StatoB Court to tho Stato Court. -Judgo Nelson decided agiviuBt tho chungo. Tho heated term is apparently over. The ther mometer thie morning stood at 7G. There were 320 doaths, ycBtorday, fruin all causes. Totnl number of sunstrokes this eummor 258, of which 135 woro fatal. Tho ropo factory of Lawrence ft Sons, in Wil lianiBburg, was Btruck by lightning. Four boilers oxploded. Two woro driven ft distance of COO feet through a brick wall, destroying .several trees. Tho other two passed through and destroyed a brick stable aud fell nomo diatance off. Ono man ? was killed. A Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn, St. John's Chapel, and St. Therosa Church in this city, were -atrnck and slightly damaged. The ship Cina...

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. — 20 July 1866

Ttie Dailv lS"e-ws. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1860. [From Blackicood's Magarine.] A Plan'? a. Mun Tor a' i'lmf. A N?.W VEOSION. "A man's a man." says Robert Burns, Fora' that ami a' that;" But though tli? ong bo cloar ana strong, It lackH a iiototor a" that. The lout ?vlioM sliirli his daily work, let clslui 111? *ano and a' that, Or bag, whon lio imitln cam, biB broad, I? no! a man for a' that. n. If nil who dino on homoty faro Wcru trtto un 1 nrave, aud a' that, And nono wlioso garb Is "hoddou groy," Was fool and kuuvo and a' that, Th? vi o and crime that shame our tinao Would mili? and f .11 aud a' that, And ploughmen bo as good as kings, Aud churl i ub carls tor a' that. in. Yon bos yon brawny, blustering sot, Who swaggers, swears, and a' that, Aud ililukH, t? cuutii? his strong right arm Miii ht fell an ox and a' that. That ho's as uoblo, nr.u for man, As iluko or lord, aud a' tbat: Ho'a but a bruto, beyond disputo, And not a man for a' that. IV. A man may own a largo estate, Ha...

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. — 20 July 1866

The Dailv News. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 18C6. CO M M g HO I AL._ Export? for tlie Wvck ending July 10. FOREIGN. NA88AU?For acbr Grapo bhot?20,000 foot Pino Lum ber. COABTWIBK .NEW YORK?Per eteam-hip E ' B Souder?107 bales Cotton, 344 boxea 8uuar, 100 bates Yarn and Do mestics. 100 Boxes and Packages, 04 bbls Rosin, 13 tierces Rice.Por Btearnsbip Saragossa?01 balen Cotton, 64 tierces Rice, 48 iiblB Kaolin Clay, 27 pkgs Fruit? and Vegetables. 4 bales Woolons, 7 packages Sundries.Per sehr Wide World?100 tons Rail road Iron, 66 tous Machinery and Pig Iron, 16 pack ages nml 9 boxes machinery Old Press, 6 bags H S Kails, 6 boxea Paper Bags, IG crates Crockery, 2 bbls BpliltB Turpentino, 8 packages Brass, &o, 7 balea Upland Cotton, 7 packages Furniture, 14 Empty O r boys, 40 boxes Pipes, 21 boxes Potash, 0 boxes Mdzo 61 tierces Clay, 1 cask Paint, 31 bbls Rosin, 17 bbls Ale, 3 bbla Glaos, &o. -PHILADELPHIA?Per sehr Alba?43 bales Cotton, 2 balea Ropo Cuttings, 47 bbls Vinotar, 30 p...

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. — 20 July 1866

TJhLEi CHARLESTON 01IL? NEWS, Q. R. CATIIOART; Editor. CATHCAKT, Hc.WILLAN & MORTON, PUOPIUETOEB. NTo. IS HAYNR-STREET. ?CCE-tSUlS- 0_V.S_=E_ srmsoRiPTioN. DAILY?TWr-LVF- M ?TII8.,^?..?10.00 DAILY?-UX ?W./NT118.B.ur DAILY--TP'.iKE MGNTHB.8.Fit B1NGLE COPIES.5 cent* SO NEWS DEALERS.3 cent* LiRttEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LAIWEST CIRCULATION IN TUE CITY. ?erTHCH. LIST OF" LETTERS re mainins in the PoetofHoe at the end of eaoh week is published officially In THK DAILY JMBrVNTS every Fri day mornirm. News Summary. Five oasoB of sunstroke occurred at Milwaukio, Wie., on Sunday. The thermometer stood at 102 in tho filiado. t Robebt M. D0UOLA8, a Bon of Stephen A. Douo ' las, graduated at tbe Jetmit College, Georgetown, D. 0., on tbo 3d. A severe shock of earthquake wits felt tit Sacra monto and Stockton, California, at a quarter past 10 o'clock ou tbo iii^lit of the 11th iust. Tho negro Chancy, convicted by tbe Military Commission of tbo murder of a white family iu Boekbridge count...

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. — 20 July 1866

The Daily ?S"ews? FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 20. 18C.C. LAlltf?ST ClttCULATlUM Hi TILE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?*- THH? TjIRT OF LBWHBH8 ro mniiiliiH in th? I-?ostorflOB ?vt trie find o? enoh -w??=?U is puhl??!??* oftlomlry In TI?T. DAXXjY NKW3 ??very Wri rt?y iriorriititr. .A. O- E TNT X S _ The foBowlnrr aro tho Agonts for this paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collect ing Agont. Rov. COLIN MURCaiSON, Ocnoral TraveUng and Collecting Agent. TOWNSEND & NORTH, BookseUors and Stationers, Columbia, 8. O. Col. J. J. RYAN, Barnwoll, 8. 0. F. M. TRIMMIER, Spartan Office, Spartanburg, 8. 0. J. T. DuUOIH, Marlon. 0. 8. HARRY, 8andy Ford P. O., Madison CO., Fla. PATRICK k HUVEY, Macon, Georgia. B. a. Mcknight, union ?tu**, T. Y. H. WILLIAMS. Clinton, 8. O. J. B. ALLEN. Chester O. H? B. 0. JOSEPH H. BEARS, New Bonth," Hilton Head. W. 8. LANCE, GrahamviUo P. O., Beaufort, 8. 0. 8. F. BRADFORD, Waltorboro', 8, 0. B. L. DARR, Suinter, 8. O. THAD. O. ANDREWS, Orangehnrg,...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 20 July 1866

N. York Advertisement PUMPS! PUMPS! PUMPS! Steam, Force, Snction and Lining Pomp: OP EVERY DESCRIPTION : ?TKAM AND QAS PIPE?, BPIpe and Steam Fittings,!. aVITO BVaMT DWOBIPTIOS O? Plumbors', Gas and Steam Fittei? GOODS, FOB HALB AT T.HE LOWEST BATES* JOHN B. FULLEE, If o. 8 DKY-8TUKKT, NEW YORK. November 10_fmwlyr CARHART, WB?TF0RD & CO., 1IANUFACTURER9 AND "Wholesale Dealers in READY-HADE CLOTHING, AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, Nos. 55, ST. DO and 61 Hudson, near Daane-strect, Now Yoric. T. P. CARHART. I HENRY 8HANER. W. H. WHITFORD. | J. B. VAK WAGENEN. A. T. HAMILTON. ' Ofllco of Payan & Carhabt in liquidation. June_mwfOmo PRICES REDUCED! PRINTING MATERIALS. NEW YORK TYPK FOUNDRY, (ESTABLISHED 1838.) NO. ?O BBHKMAN-STRBBT. PHIN I'ERS ARE INVITED TO O ALL ON THE SUB BO BIBER, where thoy can be supplied with everj tyle of PRINTING TYPES, made from unrivalled hard metal, and ?nlahed In the most aconrate manner, with PRESSES and every article they roqulro, at the LOWKST PRICE fo...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 20 July 1866

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Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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