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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 July 1866

CHARLESTON DULY NEWS, G. R. CATHOART, Edit o a. C1THCART, McMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. ITEBM8- CASH. STT.Sfini'iTION. DAILY?TW" LVE Xl>? ?TUS. DALLY?SIX ryWrTHB. DAILY- A?' ? e MONTH8. BIN?LE OOHIES. 10 NEWS DEALERS. LaRUEST CIRCULATION LN TUE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION LN THE CITY. ?rTHK T-.TST OK1 IjTGTTTCRS re mnininK in the Postofnoe at trie end ol eaoh weel* is piiblishe.t offioiully In THK I3A.IL? Y NEWS every Jb'rl day mornin?. ISIews ?Summary. A Connecticut mau rocoivoa a salary of $30,000 in a New York dry goods bouse. Sovonty-five convicts woro discharged from tbo Washington Ponitoiitiary on Friday, under the rocont ordor from tho War Department. About a quarter o? a million of dollars in gold duet arrived at St. Joseph, HI)., latoly, in the hands of paBBengors from Montana. Tho President on Friday pardoned three persona under the amnesty proclamation, the first for aororal ?lays. Two of tnotn woro frool A,..*,.'?rna* and the other from Georg...

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. — 25 July 1866

The Dai] y _STews. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 25. 186*3, tARUEST CIUl'.ll i,a hon IM TUE STATE. LAHMEST CIRCULATION l?i THE CITO. ?THE LIST OP' I1KTTKR8 re miiliiiufic In the Postniflos nt t_e entl of siioh wocl? la i>iil>liHho<l officinlly 1_'THK DAU.Y E*?_VW8 every Jb^ri dny mornitia. Lu?-Ai. mIk' F F B H s. Il? *tr 3SS 8ROON0 AlVU THIRD PAOF.&. "?? - ... We abe under obligation! to Captain Rfed and Ptirsor Wilson, of the steamship John Gibson, tor lato Baltimore papers. Frank Leslie's f? n ArorsT_We arc indobtcd to MessrB. M. M. Quinn ? BnoTUEii for an advanco copy of this valnablo monthly. It containa the usual valuable assortment of fashions and infor mation, and ia rondored particularly interesting to married ladies by a ti?sue paper pattern of tbo Bailor's Horn pipo suit for boys. That is tbo latest juvo'iilo stylo. Madamoirelle Favier boa oponed au Ico Groara Gardon at No. 102 St. Philip street. Tue ?iiEHiiiiMETEB, hanging in the editorial sanctum of tbo CnAnr.BSTO...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 July 1866

N. Y ^rk a ti m ernseta en r,s. MVE?A, YUUflt? & M? KENZLL LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE, Nos, 39 and 40 Park Row. ISAAC DAVEGA, 1 GEORGE B. YOUNG, I NEW YORK. okrard L. McKenzie,) _TAVTNG SUOOEEDBD^THFTOREIONOOIJUBO XA TION B08INE88 of Moisr??. BIRNE Y, PRE? __? fc FLANDEWH. we will attend to the ooUaottonift Mat due and maturing oleims throughout the Unit? ?v?M a- 3 lanada. ooMMisatoNsaa fob all the states. Januar? 8_ MARVIN'S NEW PATENT AXiUm AHO DRY PLASTER HBB AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFEa ??-ERO-ANT8* HAVEH. BANKERS' STEEL B?RO __. LAR PROOF AND SPECIE CHESTS, Plate and ewelry Safos for Dwelling House?, of Ornamented Patterns, with Marble tops. Our 8afos oobposs the following advantages : They combine the two most fire-proof iubstanoei known. They are perfectly dry, and do not corrode the Iron. They do not toso thoir fire-proof qnalities by ago. Our Locks aro superior to any others in uso. MARVIN h 00., No. 26C Broadway, New York! No. 721 Ohoatnut-streot, Philadelphia. A?onts-W_. M....

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 July 1866

rlHE Leading Journal OF T_E_:j3 sotjth? THE PUBLISHERS OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS Bog reapootfally to return their thanka to the pabilo for its liboral ?support to thoir Juurnal, and promiao that in the future, as in the past, it shall be thoir aim to make the: MOST DESIRABLE PAPER fn tho country. It has now TUB LARGEST CIRCULATION of any Newspaper iasned in the State, and ?a THE LARGEST IN SIZE of any Paper published in the State?iasned in folio form of eight pages, and the size of the Nevt York Herald. It is universally conceded that THE ilARLESTON DAILY NEWS IS THE MOST ENTERPRISING, I3ST 3D 33 3P 331ST 3D 33 IST T, AND THE BEST COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPEB published in the South. It ia A SOUTHERN PAPER, WITH SOUTHERN PRINCIPLES. A TRI-WEEKLY. Many of onr friends have spoken and written to US concerning the publication of a Tri-Weokly. We have thonght of doing this for some time, but owing to the general disarrangement of postal af fairs, we have concluded not to do so until the commen...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 July 1866

fX\b.e JL>a,_ly JSews? WEDNESDAY MuRNING. JULY 25, 1806. COMMUNICATIONS. To Colonel A. O. Andrew?, President of the Cliam ber of Commtrce: Hear ?r:-Tlio bill "to ropoal tho tTonry Laws of thin Stato," inlrodnood into tho laat Logiela turo, passocl tho House ot Hopro.-entativca after full debato, and wad ?out to tho Ponato. Thoro not boing auflloieut time left for it a dis cussion in that body, it was continued over until tho noxt BoeeioD, when it will bo takon up; and ae it in advooatcd by Borne of tho strongest mon thoro, there is good reaaon to hopo that it will bo pasBod by tbo Son?lo and become a law. * It is important, however, that tho supporters of tho moaaure in tho Logtslaturo should havo at their command all tho facia dorivod from tho ox porionco or morcluintB to assist tho argument, and it occurs to nio that much good can bo dono by tho Oharabor of Oomtnorco iu tho matter, at thia time. If a commit too woro appointed to collect and rodjioo iuto tatifiiblo form such mat...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 July 1866

VOLUME IT....N0. 993.1 CHARLESTON. S. C, THURSDAY. JULY 26, 1866. PRICF Five oj^ntt-h. BY TELEGRAPH. a ? a Congrcsklonal. "Washington, July 25.?Tho Sonate last night passed tho appropriation of $1,500,000 for tho re pair of tho Mim-isuippi lov?es. The proposition to tack tho Equalized Bounty Bill to tho Civil Appropriation Bill was defeated. 8ECitNI> Dlt-PATCH. In the Senate, E. 8. Ross, tho successor of LANE, was qualified as 8onator from Kansas. Fow ler, of Tonnosaeo, was sworn in. Tho committee have not reported on tho credentials of Patter son, from tho samo State. Tho Senate agreed to adjourn on Saturday. Tho Houso subsequently ooncurrod. Tho President lias si nod the bill restoring the grade of Gonornl in tho United States Army, and nominate-d General Grant for tho same. Ho also nominated Vico Admiral Farraout as Ad miral under the rccout law. Thoao nominations, and A. W. Randall as Postmaslor-Gonoral, were oonfirmed. Tho Houso, on motion of Mr. Stevens, allowed the Tenness...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 July 1866

The Daily Ne^ws. THURSDAY MORNINO, JULY 16, 18G6. BIrarriagc of tlie Prlnccas Helena at Wiu?i nor < 'untie. {From Wiltner and Smith's European Times, July 7.) On the 5th the Princesa Helena Augusta Vic toria, third daughter or her Majesty, was united in marriage to his Royal Digbn*MM Prince Chris tian of SdilesiviK-lIoiatoiii-Sondi'rboui-g Augtia tenbiirg. The ceremony waa performed in Um private cha pel attached to tho royal apai-tmouts in Winder Castle. lb was nenrlv 13 ??'?el ?ok when the distinguished gUCBfa began to arrive, hut before that hour offi cers ot the h??u?Johold and veoniten of the guard wem moving in and out and breaking tho stillness of tho little i-hupul. Artists also had been engag ed in tho preparations necessary to socuru au offoctivo ph itograph of tho ecoiic. Meanwhile, tho momhiis of the royal family and other royal and illustrions visitors woro aasomhliug iu tho Whito Drawing-room, tho brido being in her Majo?ty'a private a pavimento and her tjuito iu th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 July 1866

Tlie D?Liilv News. THURSDAY MOBNINQ, JULY 2G, 18G6. COM MLKiiO 1 AI_. Kiporli. LIVERPOOL?rer ship Amelia?895 bales Upland Cot ton, 2417 h ul * Rosin. The Charleston Cotton Market. The foreign news per Hcotia, announcing a declino in tho staple, did not affoct this market, and holdors con tinued generally lirai at pievlous prices. Wo oould only hear of tho ?ale of eight baies yestorday, quillty Strict Mitldlit g, at 35 cents per lb. Augusta Market. AUGUSTA, Juiy 24.?Cotton.?Tho brisk demand ?Which wo noticed lu our last rovlow as having beeu oreatod by tho then lavora>?lo news from Europe, con tinued throughout the w .?U, causing a atoady ad vane o from day to day. Yesterday wo quoted at 29 to S3?:. Tho dull condition of tho market in Now York, to gether with the uncertainty oi affairs in Europe, has cauaod a falling off iu the domaud this morning, and wlilk? wo do not foel warrante,1 in roducln?.' our quota tions, wo can say that holders, aie more accommodating and inclined to ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 July 1866

TMJB CH1RLBST0N BAILY SEWS, Q. R. OATHCABT: Editor. C_THC_KT, ?oMILLA- * MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. iTBBMS- CASH. SrpsORI'PTION. DA1LS--TW;-LVE MONTHS.FJltaOO OAILY-KIX VVMTBa.?.01 DAILY?T)?'.?._ MONTH8.?I.tif BIN?LE C0PIE8.? cents TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cent? LAKttEST C-BCDLATIOH in the state. _ LA.U?EST CIRCULATION IN TUE CITY. ? THE LIST OTT? JLtBYITrE1RS re main,in.BE in the Postofnoe at the end of euoh -wee? is r>_?->lishe<:l of_oially itx T__H. DAILY NEWS every _Vi tluv mornin?. ISfews S\imrri.arv. General Sweeny, Goueral 8rEAn, and ColoucI Mehan, of Fenian notoriety, woro released on bond at St. Albana on Friday, and left for New York. A Convonlion at Nashville, on Saturday, ap pointed delegates to tho Philadelphia Convontion, and recommend ull Uuion mon of Tennoaeco, who can mako it convenient, to bo present. Thoro woro 739 doatliB in Philadelphia last week ?of cholera 10; sunstroke 44; offect of tho heat 47; dyaontory 25; infl^miuatiotia 44, and convul ei...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 July 1866

Tlie Daily DN'e^v^s THURSDAY MOHNINO, JULY 2G, 1866. LARGEST CIK-ULATIOS UN TUE STATE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY *W Tule LlfT OF IjJK'P'PICrtS re ?xininiiiK in t?*p? PoBtofiloe at tino em of enoh w???-?U ia i?ti i>li*-tlit>?l oflioiiill' la THK U/__J.iY NEWg overv JETx-i ?1u,v tnot-nlnu. _A. <3- ?J 1ST 'A? S _ Tbe following are Uio Agents for this paper: W. A. HEMINQWAY, Goneral Traveling and Collocl Ing Agent. Rov. COLIN MUROULSON, Ocueral TravcUng ant Collecting Agent. TOWNSEND k NORTH, Booksellora and Stationers Colombia, B. 0. Ool. J. 3. RYAN, Barnwell, 8. C. P. M. TRIMMIER, .Spartan Office, Spartan burg, 8. 0 ?. T. DnBOI8, Marlon. 0. 8. HARBY, Bandy Ford P. 0., Madison ca., Fla. PATRICK k nUVKY, Macon, Georgia. B. A. MoKNIOHT. Unlonvillo. i. Y. H. WILLIAM8. Clinton. 8. 0. J. R. ALLEN. Chester 0. IL, 8. O. JOSEPH H. 8EAR8. " New Soutb," Hilton Head. W. B. LANOK, Orahamvlllo P. O., Boaofort, 8. 0. O. F. BRADFORD, Waltorboro', 8, 0. H. L. DARR. Hiinitor. H. 0. THAD. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 July 1866

H. Y^rk Advertisements. DAVEGA, YOUNG & MoKENZLfc. LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE, Nos. 39 and 40 Park Row. ISAAC DAVEGA, ) ___ ?__ GEORGE B. YOUNG, \ HEW YOBK. MBA?- L. MoK?NZIE,) TTAVINO 8UOOEEDED TO THF ?TOREIGN COLL?D H. TION BUSINESS of Messiai. BIRNEY, PBB? -IBS h FLANDERS, we wlB attend to the ooUsotion 01 past due and matar?g o?alais throughout the Unit??) atea a-1 ?Ki?J?. COM MISSION BRM TOB ALL THE BTATBO. Jaomxy 8 "_ MARVIN'S NEW PATENT AL.UM AND IHIY PLASTER riBB AND BUR.?LAK PKUOF SAFES. MARCHANTS' HAKES, BANKERS' STEEL BURG LAR, PROOF AND SPECIE CHESTS, Plato and ewelry Bafea for Dwelling Houses, of Ornamented Patterns, with Marble tops. Our Safes posaoss the following advantages : Thoy combino tho two most fire-proof inbstanoei known. Thoy arre perfectly dry, and do not oorrode the Iron. Thoy do not lose their fire-proof qualities by age. Oar Looks are euporlor to any othors In nso. MARVIN h CO., No. 268 Broadway, Now York?) No. 721 Ohostuut-Rtreet, Philadelphia, Agent...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 July 1866

w1 JOHN B. FULLER, MANUFACTURER & DEALER, No. 8 DKV-8TIIKKT, NEW YORK, Dm in store and roady for imnolodiato ehipmont and is manufaotui-ing to order, PORTABLE AND STATIONARY steam i<:n(.i\i:s \m> boilers, 0 360 horse power; Circular and Upright Saw Mills o: most approved construction, of all sfeoB, cutting 71H 0 1000 foot of lumber per hour; Grist Mills, MU? Irons Water Wheola, and every kind of Mill Machinery; Snga? Mills, Papor and Mining Machinery; Tools, Tanks, kc. or Oil and Salt Works; Cotton and Woolen Machinerj ?Tee, Var?oal Planers, Woodworth Planing Ma on Planers, chines, logine Lather, Gray At Wood's Planing Ma Diill Lathes, chines. Boring Machines, Daniels' Planing Machine* Slatting Machiner, Moulding Machines, Upright Drill?, Saab Machines, Bteam Pumps, Tenoning Machines, Force Pumps, Powor Morticing Machlues Lifting Pumps, Foot Morticing Machines, notion rump?, Boring Machines, Hydranllo ?Tacks, Blind Slat Tenoning Ma ew ?Tacks, chines, Shafting PnBeys and Ci...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 26 July 1866

ri i Tiie JL->-Ltily JNuwi-ji THU1?8DAY MOHNlNG, JUL? 26. loti?. Mim- Iicmii [From the Orang'burg Timtt, 2Mh in??] Houses Going Up.? l'o ?eo tho number of storos buitdiug a?, prvnout, a Puiiita'lv.iiiiai* would say that our merchants h ?vo evidently "strack oil. - Ezokiel A Kohu havo just finished painting thoir haiulaomo building, hii.i havo a full stock of good? on hand, wliict" ?boy ?n"or "t reasonable pncos. O D Keilt & Co. aro now comfortably ensconced in their lamo, airy, cool apart im-nt--. Bull, Boovill ft Co., aro busy sduing an addition to their atoro, uml othorwi*-o improving it. Mr. J* A. Hamilton will havo hin store, now building, roailv in a, IV w mouths. Cornel? n. Kramer ?V. Co., hardly recovered from tho heat or I ho lato tiro, havo alroady raisod thoir fraino work nu??v<? all competitor?, and expect by tho first of Ooiobor to bo roady for all comers. Tli'- merchants and carpuutcrs sootn to be on tho mo.it agruoablo terms. Wo wish tticm both auc 01:88. A m...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 27 July 1866

a% I^?ojs. VOLUME II....N0. 394=1 CHARLESTON, S. O., FRIDAY. JULY 27, 1866. PRICF IFIVE flRNTH BY TELEGRAPH. LATER FROM EUROPE. .ARRIVAL OF THE HIBERNIAN. Father Point, July 26.- Tho Hibernian paesod *this point yestortlay with Livorpool advices to tho 16th, which roport tho Cotton raarkot as opening ?on that day with an improvomont in tho demand. Market firm, but-prices not derolopod. Salea es timated at 8000 hales. Consols 87]@87?. No ? other markets einco tho sailing of the Scotia. Tho Great Eastern had laid nearly 300 milcB of tho cabio up to the oveuing of tho 15th, and was progressing favorably. Nothing further transpirod about peace nego tiations bofctveon Napoleon and tho contending powora. Tho Prussians had dofoatod tho Feder als in a sanguinary conflict at Aschaffenburg, and marched towards Frankfort, which was ovacuated by the Federals. The Diet had romoved to AugUBtonburg. Prus sian headquarters wore at Brunn. It ia reported that the Prussians had occupiod Iglan. The Lon...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 27 July 1866

Tlie ?ailv N~ews. FllIDAY MORNING. JULY 27, 18GG. A Willow For Mc. Let youth sin? tbo pralso of blushes. And thrill with ino rapturous bliss Thal rlBOB unbidden and flushes The bralU at 11m Uwwgkt of a kiss. It is all very well to bo lailou Wi li piiBHloimte joy when you boo The Iiiiioco. t bliiili of a maiden, Hut ibu glauco of a widow for lue. jjo? n n>? would I glvo for tho rapture Tlnit swills lu the breast of a boy When CltoHl lias b-lpo i him to capturo A b nnlli'iJ-Bclionl casket of joy. Idon t caro 'or nlooui anil fino dresses, Hut Paradina comos when I seo A widow lu weeds and solt treBSCB, Oh ! tb*t is a charmer for me. Tuen let youth sing iba praise? of beauty, And kucel before maidenhood's fchrlue. To ringlets and blushes pay duty, Aud dream that such Ulinga aro dlriuo. But give mo the tlasti that outrances, Th? heart that was hound aud ia free, Tho eye with a soul in it? glances Oh I a gentle young widow for me. BY YESTERDAY'S MAIL. Foreign. Ab many of our loaders ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 27 July 1866

The Dailv News. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 18GC. CO M M E KO I AL. Exports for tile Weah ending July ?0. rullEIUN. LIVERPOOL-Per ship Amelia-895 bales Upland Cot ton, 2417 hols Kosh). NASSAU-Per sehr ?rapo 8hot-28,000 foot Pino Lum bor. .0ARDENA8-Per brig L T Knight-165,354 feet Pitch Pino Lumber, 1 bblltlco. COABTWIHK. NEW YORK-Per steamship Quaker City-220 bales Up land and 0 tuile? 8 I Cotton, h0 bbls Rosin, 10 bales .Yorn, 12 halos Woolens, 97 bnudlia Paper, 07 Empty Bbls, 30 packages Sundries, 4u paokagCB Vegetable's and Fruit THE CHARLESTON M A It. IC ET. [FUS THE WEKK ENDINO THUK6DAT, JOLT 26, 18G?.] COTTON.-Tho transactions in tho ?tapio slnco our last weekly report have been oztremoly limited, holders of stocks only selling when buyers exhibited a willing ncBB to pay Iho prices demanded, this being the caso particularly In the class of cottons above Low Mid dling, which aro hold with much firmness, and which bad an upward tendency during most of tho week, until tho decllue, p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 27 July 1866

THE CHARLESTON DAIL? NEWS, Q. R. CATHCART, Edito*. cathcart, Mcmillan & morton, PROPRIETORS. No. l8 HAYNE-STREET. ITEBMS-OASH. SFBaORI-PTION. OAJLY-TWLLVB MONTHS.~~ ^..610.0U DAILY-SIX MVNTHS.....5.00 PAILY-'TP'.?l-E MONTB8.?.50 BINGLE COPIES.0 cents XONBWS BBALERS.Scents LAUGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. 8TTHK LIST OW L.BTTTKRB re mnininn In the Postorrloe at the end of each week is vu.??lish.e<l otHoially In. THB DAILY NfliWS every Fri day morniiuc. News Summary. Heavy marino disasters are reported along the coast. It is estimated that tho cost of transmitting mosBRgos through tho Atlantic telegraph cable will bo about $2000 for twonty words. General Sheridan, at Now Orleaus, telegraphs the Secrotary of War that bodies of French troops are still being landed at Vera Graz. Wm. B. Abtob, of New York, this yoar returns an inoomo of $1,154,050, Cornelius Vanderhilt returns 5G23.9G0, and Edward S. Jaffray $082, C81. A Prussian soldier's daily rat...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 27 July 1866

The DailT News. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 18CG. LARUEST ClTtCULATlON IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATIC?? IN THE CITY. .?- THE LIST OF LETTERS re maining in the Fostoffioe at the end of eaoh wooli is published officially Ixa THE DAILY NEWS every Eri day mornlnit. AQENTS. The following aro the Agents for this paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, General TraveUng and Collect ing Agent Rev. COLIN MURO BISON, Oonorol Traveling and Collecting Agent. TOWNSEND & NORTH, BooksoUora and Stationers, Columbia, 8. O. Gol. J. J. RYAN, Barnwell, 8. 0. F. M. TRIMMIER, 8partan Omeo, Sportanborg, S. 0. f. T. DuBOIS, Marlon. 0. B. HARBY, Sandy Ford P. 0., Madison co., Flo. PATRICK St HUVEY, Macon, Georgia. B. A. MCKNIGHT. UntonviHo. J. Y. H. WILLIAMS. OUnton. 8. 0. J. B. ALLEN. Chester 0. II., 8. 0. JOSEPH H. SEARS, << Now South," Hilton Head. W. 8. LANGE, GrahamviUo P. O., Beaufort, 8. 0. B. F. BRADFORD, Waltorboro', 8, 0. H. L. DARR, 8umter, 8. 0. T HAD. O. ANDREW8, Orangebnrg. 8. 0. 1. T. HER8HMAN, "Jour...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 27 July 1866

N. York Advertisements, SPENCERD.C. VAN BOKKELEN COMMISSION MERCHANT, Mo. 198 WATKR-STIIICICT, NEW YORK. PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE SALB OF COTTON AMD NAVAL STORES. ' REPRESENTED BY MORGE H. PRITOHETT. Oharioaton S. 0. D. D. HOOOTT, Camden, 8. O. A. H. VAN BOKKELEN, WUmlngton, N. O. \"r.'_""''?* BOGERT & EVANS, WHOLESALE PAPER DEALERS AND MANUFACTURER? Noi. 33 PLATT AND 90 AND 33 UOLU-BT8., N. T, T>APEB OF EVERY DE80RIPTION, SIZE OR gUAl X. IT? conBtoutly on hand, or made to order. Ala? Binders, Tra at and Straw Board?. ly October M TOD? & RAFFERTY, ENGINEERS & FOUNDERS, Office ii ml Werk?, l'a te mon, Kew Jersey. WAREHOU8E, NO. 4 DEY-8TREET, N. Y. * MANUFACTURERS OF STATIONARY AND PORT. ABLE STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS; Flax, Hemp, Tow, Oaknm, and Rope Machinery; Shafting, Hill Gearing, Iron and Bra?? (lasting? of ?R kind?; lathee, Planing Maohino?, Drills; Shaping, Slotting and boring Machine?; Ooar Cuttern, Centering, Muling ?nd iolt-OuttluR Machines; Chucks o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 27 July 1866

THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY Office No. 147 Meeting-street. ooisrisr?OTio3srs WITR A1X RAILROADS THROUGHOUT, THE UNITED_STATES. ? Every attention given to the safe Transmission of Freight, Money, and Valuables. WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVEB FREIGUT TO ANY POINT IN tue city; FREE OF CHARGE. II. B. PLANT, President, Augusta, Ga. April] i C. K. HUGEB, No. 137 MEETING-ST^ CIIARLKSTON, S. C. IP*, ^.'%-*>-? '??'?MP SI ? WS? _2S?iir-W>'^.-r--V. ..i&=a- : _:MMl Hi-Tfli?Bj RAILWAY SUPPLIES PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS COTTON GINS, MILL AND GIN BANDS WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, 4c, 49- Represented by Messrs. M. K. JESSUP ft CO., New York. April!_ J. P. W. WALTER, COLLECTOR AND GENERAL AGENT, WILL GIVE HIS ATTENTION TO THE RENTING OF HOUSES l AND COLLECTING OP ACCOUNTS GENERALLY. Office No. 25 Broad-street Residence No. 8i Roaufoin-atreot. lmo July it ?. S. HULL, Agent, MERCHANT TAILOR, 8. W. CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL, WHERE A FULL ...

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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