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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 27 July 1866

r?\L:ie JDuJly JN ews. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 27. I860. UFFlClAh. LIST OF LETTERS Bemalntug in tho Postofnco at Ohorloston, for the week ending ?OLY 20, 1806, and ordered to bo print ed in The Dailt Nkwb, agreeably to the following sec tion of tho now Postofnco Law, a? tho nowepsper having t he largest circulation In tho City of Charleston: Ssxjtioh 6. And be it further enacted, That lleta of let tors remalniug uncalled for in any Post?nico In any city, own or vUlago, whore a newspaper shall be printed, ?hall hereafter be pubUBhod once only in tho nowspapor which, bel?g published weekly or oftener, shall havo tho largest circulation within range of dolivery of tho ?aid office. 49> Persone calling for Lotten Advertised, should atato that thoy are "Advertised." .9* Office hours from 8 A. M. to G P. M. On Sun days, from 1 o'clock to 2 o'clock, P. M. STANLEY G. TROTT, Acting Postmaster. "w*o"jveb3>t?s list. a. Amor, Mrs L Armstrong. Louisa Ash, Janny 33 BMP, Miss Bakor, Mrs J H Bent...

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. — 28 July 1866

VOLTJME II....N0. 395.1 CHARLESTON, S. O., SATUBDAY. JULY 38. 1866. PRICF FIVE CiSNTS. BY TELEGRAPH. -.*.- m Washington Nowa. Washington, July 27_Mr. Harlan this after moon addrosscd a brief but courteous noto to the .President, resigning the offico of Secretary of tho .Interior. coxonnssioNAL. The Senate pushed tho bill for the admission of Nebraska. Also paeeed a joint resolution, so .modifying the Test Oath as to pormit Senator Patterson, of Tennessee, to take his seat. ThiB requires tho concurrence of the House. The House dit-agreod to tho Senate's amend ment of tho Civil Appropriation Bill setting apart $1,500,000 for repairing Misijieaippi levees. Also, by a large majority, voted down tho proposition to inorease tho salaries of members of Congress from throo to flvo thousand dollars. The Judiciary Committee of the House, to-day, made a report relative to the alleged complicity of -Jeffebson Davis in tho assassination of Mr. Lin coln; whoroin they stato that it is notorious tha...

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. — 28 July 1866

Ttie Dailv News, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 28, I860. Tlie Split Pearl?. BY 11 . O. TBEHcn. His courtlore of the Caliph cravo ..Oh siiv h'?w thlB may t>e, That of i hy elaviB. this Ethlop slavo Is best belov.-d by theo ? ..For be Is bMauttS as tbo night: Yet when Iiob iver chose A nl?htiii?*lo lor Us delight A hueles?, scoiitloss roso? Tbo Caliph thou-"No features fair Nor ci'iuoly mein aro his; .Love 1 tho beauty ho doth woar. Anti love his glory la. , "Once wh?n a camel "fmy train Tuero fell lu narrow street, From brokcu caskut rolled amain Rich pearl i before my foot. "I nodding to my slaves, that I Would freely ulvo them thtee; At once upon the spoil they fly, Tho cor ti> boon to seize. "Ono only at my side remained Besido this Ethlop, none.: Ho, move ess as tin steed he reined, Ilehind me Bat alono. "What will tbv gain, good follow, be, Thus lingering at my eldo ? ?My King, that 1 shall faithfully Bavo guarded theo,' bo cried. "True servants' tillo bo may wear, Ho only who ha...

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. — 28 July 1866

Tlie Ua,ilv -News? SATURDAY MOKNING. JULY 28, 180?. OOM Mu. KO I AL. Tile (li ml ?Him? Cotton Market. In oonsoqnence of tho high prices demanded by holder?, buyers wero yesterday unablo to oporate, and wo havo no sales to report. Savannah market. SAVANNAH, July 20-Cott??n-During the past .wook thero ha- boon a steady demand for the better grades of Upland Cotton Prices range principally from 38 to Sao, middling being quoted ginerally at 32e. The sales during tho week have boen much moro heavy than during several weeks past, th? number of bales ?old amounting to about 1700, and tho market closes steady, without any dianne. Wo boar of a low trausactlonB in tho hottor grade of Sea Islands at prices ranging from 80c to $1 05. COTTON STATEMENT. Stock on baud September 1st.. Becclvod Btuco tilly l8. " Previously. Total Receipts. (Exported since July l8. *' Provloualy_ Total Hxports. ?Stock on hand. 1BG5-00. 281 27 9,607 0,910 Iii 9,316 9,158 457 Upland. 8,724 1,116 223,056 227,896 1.494 2...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 July 1866

TMi? CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, O. K. CATHCART, Bon or. # CATHCART, MCMILLAN Se MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. l8 HAYNE-STREET. IWEIll-ttS-OASK. SUBSCRIPTION. HAILY-TWELVE MOMHS.-. ....010.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS.a......B.00 BAILY-TF'.IOE MONTHS.?.50 BINGLE COPIES.5 r.tnto TO NEWS DEALERS.| cent? LARGEST CIRCULATION Di TUE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?TTHS IjIST OW IjHITXHIRS re mniiiijiK in the Postofnoe at the end of euoh week is ?ntolislaetl ofnoially In THE DAILY NEWS every ITvir day morninii. News Summary. A call ia issued for a National Labor Conven tion to meet in Baltimore on the '20th of Amount. Gon. BL W. Ransom apol?nea to bo a candidate for Qovornor of North Carolina. Dr. llKitNiiAitDT, bo of Austi alian fame, is in Wilmington at promeut. Water baa been Belling in Norfolk at twenty-fivo cent? a gallon. Columbus, Ga., is recovering Hb former pros perity. Tbo manufacturing establishments burnt during tho war are boing rebuilt. Judge Tilden, of Cleveland, has decided that "sh...

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. — 28 July 1866

The Daily I?3~ews. SATURDAY MORNING. JTJ..Y 28, 18C0. LAHMEST ClHCULATlOfl IN TUE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ttty lEBEB lilST OF ZJHJTXTffiRS re tnainixia In the Postoffloe at tlxe end Of each w??el** I? prat? 11 ?li ?ml officially in IB El DAILiY NEWS e^eiry Evi ct ny mornliu. LOCAL MATTERS. ... tar SUB SBCOND AND THIRD PAO BE. -%*? ? ??? - We aub nndor obligations to tho Southern Ex proas Company for late papers. Musio on TDK Battery_The fine Band of tbo Sixth TJ. S. Iufantry will perform on the Battory thia oveniui?, c> ?mtu oncing at 6 P. M. Th e follow ing ia tho programme: 1. Eriegamarch der Priester, from Athslie. 2. Potpourri-The Vlu-lual T.legrsph. 3. Waltz-Songs of tho Thames. 4. Grand Fltialo from Lucia. 5. Gallop-Wilbelmabod. t 0. Bueno? NuchtB. ". Beaufort District.-The following delogatoa wero selected on Monday last to represent thia Districtin tho Convention at Columbia : R. W. BARNWELL, I GEO. P. ELLIOTT, Col. A. H. LAW CUH. J. D. POPE, W. J. COL O '...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 July 1866

N.Y?rk Advertisements. J?SEl'H fctlLLOTT'8 ST?TKL PEN?, O? THE OLD tSTANDABD QUALOT. ? JOSEPH GILLOTT WARRANTED. Or Descriptive Name, and Designating Number. MOND SEBIEt?.-From No. 700 to 761. tbai? Min?! I Jowm GmLoxT, l With dotignatlai %-nxna mask. > yf^B^rngo, J Htunbei. Tor sale by H-nrn owx?, joseph gillott * sons, Bole Agent. No. 01 John-street, K. Ti September M_lri First FreftKUB Sie*UB Saw-Mills. THE FIRSTPRIZE, THE GOLD MEDAL, Was awarded to the WASHINGTON IRON WORKS By the American Institnto. at their Fair, InOotober, IBM for the best oiROTJLAR ?.A.vcr-ivrix.x* AND STEAM ENGINE OBDEBS FOR THESE, GANG SAW-MTLLS, B?GAB Mills, General Maobinery, Iron and Rrass Osstingi Forgtngs, Railroad Oars, ko., ko,, promptly filled. Ad On?? GEO. M. OLAPP. Treasurer, Newburgh, M. Y" or L. O. WARD, Agent, No, iOLiberty-st., (Boom No. 8), N. Y. December 13_lyr NEEDLES AM) FISHING TACKLE. ANDREW CLERK k CO., NO. 48 MAIDEN LANE, N Y., sole lmportor? ot JOS. WARRIN'S celebrated Drlllod Eye...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 July 1866

SOUTHERN IMPORTING AND MANUFACTURING DRTJGr HOUSE, No. 238 King-street. PRATT & W?Ln? BROTHERS, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS, !N~o. Q38 King-street, ., FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MARKET-ST., Charleston, S. C. N.A.PRATT, *| S.W.WILSON. f P. B. WILFON, Ohomlst to Into Grad?alo ol O. S. Nitre end I J Phils. College M in In? Bu-f i of Pharmacy, A r i .ni. Ohcmist to late j |OS Ord. Dep'L The Proprietors, are Native Georglaus. July 7 WORMS^_ WORMS! HURLEYS POPULAR WORM CANDY l8 A SPECIFIC FOR WORMS. IN PALATABLE FORM,'AND WARRANTED TO CURE. Order from PRATT & WILSON BROS., No. 238 KING-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. 0. FOR CHTLLS AND FEVER1 USE TUB BEST. / _ HURLEY'S AGUE TONIC NEVER FAILS -Al WAYS TO BE DEPENDED upon-nothing more xollablo than HORLEY'B TONIC. ? Will euro Arne and Fevor, Chilla and Fever, Intermit tent Fever, Dumb Ague. Every poraon who has tried Hurley's Tonic speaks in high terms of it. As a curative egont it is tin Burp Asm?d, anti more certain than quinine. ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 28 July 1866

1?iie Uijbily JN ew?. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1866. .??? Good News fruin Maryland Tho following lottor, written by J. W. Fobney, to his paporiu Philadelphia, The Press, brings cheering intelligence : Washington, D. 0., July 23, 1BC6.-Tbo aspeot in Maryland ie by no moaus promising. Ia Baying fbis I duairo to buto a fact and a warning at tbo aamo timo. Governor Swann, chosen by Union mon, ie following tho exm-uplo of Andrew John son, and preparing to betray Ino friends. It is not doubtud that, through tho siuiater influence of Montgomery ?lair, he will appoint commissioners undor iho rogistry law, who will enroll the names of returned rebels in the different counties. AU hopes of a different rosult are given np, and now the tried and trust ni patriots who fluttered thom ee Ives thai Mary laud was wholly secured to the Union, are preparing for a desperate Btrugglo in November. Remembering tho counsels and the admonitions of thoir illustrious and lamented loader, Henry Winter Davis,...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 30 July 1866

VOLTJME II....N0. 395.1 CHARLESTON, S. O., SATUBDAY. JULY 38. 1866. PRICF FIVE CiSNTS. BT TELEGRAPH. TUE ATL1KT1C CABLE. NEW YORE, July 29.- The Atlantic Oablo is a -.success. The following dis pa tn h has just beon received : HEART'S CONTENT, July 28, P. M_Wo arrived hero at 9 o'clock thia morning-all well, thank God. Tho cabio has hoon laid, and is in perfect working order. CYRUB W. FIELD. SECOND DISPATCH. HEART'B CONTENT, July 28.-We aro in to'e graphio communication with Ireland. Tho cable is in perfect working order. CYRUB W. FIELD. ?UinD DISPATCH. HEART'S CONTENT, July 28.-England and Amer ica are again united by telegraph. Tho cable is in perfect order. We havo been receiving and send ing messages through tho whole cable, aince tho splice on the 18th inst, off Valentia. CYRUS W. FIELD. HEART'S CONTENT, FRIDAY, July 27th-9 SO A. M. The Great Eastern haa just anobored opposite the telegraph office. Tho cable was spliced two hours ainoe on the Midway, and will be here in three o...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 30 July 1866

The Dailv News MONDAY MORNING, JULY 30. 1866. TOE following beautiful poem was written for theAbordoen (M?BS.) Daily Examiner, by a tal ented young gentleman of Memphis, who will not consent to append his name to hie production : The Prisoner ot' Monroe. The nigbt'wln 's moan Has a ?addeued tone. As it sweeps o'er the prison dreary. With Its (earful br. nth Breathes a tong o( death To the captive wi bin those stern grey walls, As on bis ears lt? sighing falls, Now soft and mournfully, Now loud and scornfully. As If mocking bis sighs so weary. On heaven's broad main Sad funeral train Theaters look do?n on the nightly shore, And the moon's soft light Illuming the night, The dungeon wada und the murmuring deep That sadly ?igh o'er tho prisoner's sleep, Lew and thril lng, And anon swelliug, Into a ceaseless, eternal roar. 'Mid the shadows dim, Stands the ventry grlm, Ever sullen, and wiry, and watchful of him Who within his lo? coll ls sleoping ; As be tramps hi? round, Tho echo d Round...

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. — 30 July 1866

Tlie O ai Iv JSTew?. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1866. COMMERCIAL. Kxports. NEW YORK-Per steamship Raragosss-531 balee Up. land and 10 hale? 8 I Cotton. 70 tiercea Rice, 331 bbl? Rosin 91 balee Yurn, 43 bundles Pspor. a balee Cloth, 3T bales Wooli-na. 17i Km pty Bbls, 105 pack agaa Fruit an i Vegetables, 106 packagea Bund rios. TT.. ..Per steamship Cumbria-16 balea Cotton. 106 ?bis Rosin, 61 tlorces Rice, 39 balee Yarn, 9 Pack ages and Pox?u>. 1 balo Wool, 331 Empty B?rrela. .p,r sehr 8 J Waring-3477 bara Railroad Iron, ?6 casks Ulay, 81 casca Medicines, 1 Planing Ma chine, 10 bundles Furniture, ll boxes Furniture, 3 caaka Crockery, 1 chest Clothing, 13hmpty Carboys. Tim ( hm lesion Cotton Market, On Saturday there was but little Cotton on the mraket, sud such aa was offered waa held at such high figur?e I that buyers were unable to purchase. We consequently | bave n J salea to report. Nobile Market. Mt) HI LE, July 31_COTTON.-A light demand has ex isted to-day, confined to two buye...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 30 July 1866

TJbiJE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, Q. R. CATHCART Bono?. ciTiicART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. 18 HAYNE-STREET. ITBBMS-OASH. 8TTB80B?PTION. DAILY-TWLLVB MONTHB.-?10.0(. DAILY-91X .?..?.Ot? DAILY-TH'.t KE MONTHB.M.BA> KNOLE COPIES.B cent? XO NEWS DEALERS.B cant? LA RU K ST CIRCULATION IN TUE STATE. LARGKST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY. ?rTHE LIST OF LiKTTEKS re xxxainina in the FoBtoffioe at trio end of eaoh week is published oflfioiully In THE DAILY NKW8 every ITri doy momtn?. News Summary. The Boston Pott says that 30,000,000 pounds of tea aro annually consumed within tho TJuitcd States. Tho city authorities of Mobile have rejected tho petition of Mina AUOUSTA EVANS for permission to erect a monument to the Confederate dead in Domville Square. Another bauk is broken -thc bank of tho Erie Ganai, near Little Falls. A check on navigation was, however, duly honored after tho break waa discovered. General T. C. HlXDUAM writes a long letter to tho New York News from Orizaba, Moxico...

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. — 30 July 1866

The Dailv News MONDAY HOKNINOt JULY ?0, 1866. LA Kit EST cmUlJLATlO?l 1? THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. SW THK LIBT OF" LBTTTKIFIS re maining In thu Poetoffloe at the end of ?non weal* la published officially 1? THE DAILY NEWS every BVi duy mornlnu. LOCAL. MATTERS. mmr BBB SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -et . ? . RAIS.-Wo had a deligbful shower yesterday afternoon, from about two o'clock to near four, filliug the cisterns, and rendering tho air delight fully cool. Wo do not remember a time when a rain was moro a ceptablo or gratofal to tho parch ed earth and to tho heated inhabitants, than it was yosterday evening. CUSTOM HOUSE.-WILLIAMY. LEITCH, Esq., lato Surveyor of tho Port, retired 1 rom the position -on Saturday, being unable to take tho test oath, and his successor having been sworn into oftice, entered upon tho duties. OPENING OF POSTOFFICES. -WO learn that the following Postoffieo* hnvo been re-oponed : Mush Creo?, Greenville M K P Youngb lood. Tanco'a Ferry, Orangobu...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 30 July 1866

N.York Advertisements. NEEDLES ?ND FISHING TACKLE. A ND HEW CLERK A CO., NO. 48 MAIDEN LANE, N P\ Y., aolo Importer? of JOS. WARRIN'8 celebrated Drilled Eyed N KED LKS. beg to notify their old custom ers and the public that thoy have on hond a full assort ment of WARRIN'8 DRILLED EYED NEEDLE8 _ WARRIN'8 TELEGRAPH NEEDLES IN CASKETS, extra largo Oval Eyoa _ WARRIN'8 NEEDLES IN SYNOPTICAL 0A8E3, a new article WARRI N'S HU HU KONS, MILLINERS, SAIL, PACK NEEDLES. Ac. .ma, i ii Needlea have boea before tho pnblio for thirty years and are acknowledged by good Judgea to be supe rior to all ot horn in temper, finish, uniformity and qual ity of atoe). Our aaaortmont of FISHING TACKLE la complete, and tho most ox tensivo in this or any other country. June 20 _mwiflmoa FURNITURE ! FURNITURE I WHOLESAL E~? ND RETAIL. DEGRAFF & TAYLOR, NOS. 87 A 80 BOWERY A 65 OHRYSTIE-STREET. HAVE THE BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF PARLOR, DINING-ROOM AND BED-ROOM FURNITUEE, PRING BEDS AND BEDDING, IN THE: UNION. O...

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. — 30 July 1866

N.York Advertisements. NEEDLES AND FISHING TACKLE. A NDREW CLERK at CO., MO. 48 MAIDEN LANE, N 7% Y., solo importer' of JOS. WARRIN'8 celebrated Drilled Eyed N KEDLES. be? to notify their old onatoan era and tho public that thoy have on hond a roil assort. mont of WARRIN'fl DRILLED EYED NEEDLES WARRIN'fc) TELEGRAPH NEEDLES IN CASKETS, extra largo Oval Eyes_ WARRIN'8 NEEDLES IN SYNOPTICAL GASB9, % new article WABBIN'8 ?UROBONS, MILLINERS, SAIL, PAOK KEEDLES. Ac ftkr- Needlos hare boee before tho pnbllo for thirty yean and are acknowledged by good judges to be supe rior to all othors in temper, nuish, uniformity and qual ity of stool. Our assortment of FISHING TACKLE ia complote, and the most extensivo in this or any other country. June 35 _m wi ttmos FURNITURE t FURNITURE! WHOLE SAL E~~? N D RETAIL. DEGRAFF & TAYLOR. NOS. 87 A 80 BOWEBY & 65 OHBYSTIE-STBEET. HATS THX nKST ASSORTED STOCK OF PARLOR, DINING-ROOM AND BED-ROOM FUBNITUEE, PRING- BEDS AND BEDDING, IN THIS UNION. O?B...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 30 July 1866

THE SOUTHERN E IP RE S S COIPAMY' Office No. 147 Meeting-street. OOIsTISTEOTIOITS Vf ITH ALL RAILROADS THROUGHOUT, THE UNITED STATES. Every attention given to the safe Transmission of Freight, Honey, and Valuables. WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVEB FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE. H. B. PLANT, Proildent, Augusta, Ga. April]) C. K. HUGER, No. 137 MEETING-ST. CHA KI,KS ION. S. C. /% \ != -isl itls-? *- ..^wl, LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON RAILWAY SUPPLIES PORTABLE A STATIONARY ENGINES IRON * WOOD WORK MACHINERY SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS COTTON GINS, MILL AND GIN BANDS WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, Aa 49- Represented by Messrs. M. E.. JES3DP A CO., New York. Aprill J. P. W. WALTER, COLLECTOR AND GENERAL AGENT, WILL GIVE HIS ATTENTION TO THE RENTING OF HOUSES ? AND COLLECTING OF ACCOUNTS GENERALLY. Office No. SA Broad-street. Residence No. 8J Ucaufain-street. Imo July 17 OEO. E. CHUMP & CO. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AGENTS FOR MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, AMD WHOLESALE DEALERS IK I.HUOU...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 30 July 1866

r?\b.e UiXLiy JN ews. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 30. 1866. MUK Items. M AH?.nono'. -At a mooting hold in Bennottsville on Monday last, in puroiiaiico of Governor Orr's call, the following gentlemen were elected dele gates to thu Convention to be held iu Columbia this woek : 0. \V. Dudley, J. H. Hudson, and H. B. Covington. - Ile n netts riUe Journ.nl . GREENVILLE.-Tho following are the delegates elected from Greenville to tho Columbia Conven tion : Gov. B. P. Perry. H. P. Hammett, Esq., Alox. MeBee, Esq., Col. G. F. Townes, T. Q. Donaldson, Esq., J. H. '?.mdwin, Esq., Dr. Jas. Harrison, J. H. Clovoland, Esq:,. Wm. F. Lester, Esq., J. W. Grady, Esq.-Mountaineer. LATJBENS.-From tho Lauronsvillo Herald wo learn that tho following geutlomon were elected delegates to tho Columbi* Convention, at a large meetiug hold iu Lauronsvillo, on Monday last: D. M. M. Hunter, Capt. W. D. Evins, Dr. Thos. Wior, Sr., Dr. J. T. Craik, Dr. A. G. Fuller, Capt. G. W. Sullivan, Col. John Cunningham, Maj. J. B. F...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 31 July 1866

viri?stffit VOLUME II....N0. 997.1 OHARLBSTON. S. O., TUESDAY. JULY 81, 1866. PRICE ir IVE CJ3NTS. BY TELEGRAPH. ? ?>? Later from Rarope. New Yobk, July 80.-Tlio China arrived at Hali fax bringing Queenstown datos to the 22d. Cot ton 4 to _d. higher. SaleB on Saturday 20,000 balea Middling Uplands at abont 14d. to 14,d. BroadatntTa inactive. Weather fine. Provieiona flat. ConsolB, 88J to 88_. Five-twontioa, 70. to .71. The China's news about tho armistice waB anticipated by tho cabio. Livebpool, July 21.-The announcement that Austria had accepted the proposals for suspension .of hostilities caused groat buoyancy in all the .markets. The previous opinion, and especially among Germane, being that peaco was almost ? cortain to bo concluded, and consequently thore will be no resumption of hostilities. The Italian answer had not yet boen received. There were jno reports of furthor fighting. THE NAVAL BATTI.K IK ITALY. Liverpool, July 22.-In the groat naval fight off Lissa, tho Italian...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 31 July 1866

The D?ilv ISTews. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 18C6. Si(in(?i?i| Jackson's Way. To the Editor of Iii. tiound Table: Deab Bib:-Your corniapoudont "X," in your last ?bbuo, has B'?metbing to eay about the robel ballad, "Stonowall Jaokeon's Way." which was bo fiopular in Confederate campe and homes during ho war. Ab tho song is givon incorrectly in moBt of tho Northern collections, porhapa you will not objoot to print the truo vereion; and ?> oblige that "Sorneant of tho Old Stonewall Brigade' who was not "killed at Winches-tor,' and on whose dead body it wae not found. Now York. July 15, 18GC. STONEWALL JACKSON'S WAY. Come, stack arms, moa 1 Pile on the rails; Stir up tbe camp fire bright! No matter if the canteen falls, We'll m .?ko a ro rt? g n'ght. HereShensn <oab brawls along. There burly Bin?- It id go echoes strong To swell tbe Brigade's rousing song Of Stonewal Jackson's Way. Wo seo him now: the old slouohed bat Cocked o'er his eye askew; Tbo shrewd, dry smllo; tho.speech so ...

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