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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 31 July 1866

Tt-e I>ailv _N"ews. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 31. 18C6. COMMfcJKCIAL. Tlio ? Iinrlestoii tallon ffarkct. The report of a pcaco In Europe, which wee published yesterday morning, together with tho light stock and tho firmness ol holdem, keep? tho market unsettled. Wo learn of sales of somo CO balea at an improvement of 1 to 3c per lb on prevfoua prices, say Low Middling at 33c, and Middling at .15o per lb. A fine lot repacked changed hands at 31c por lb. Mobile Market. MOBILE, July 27 -Cotton -We note a moro ani mated demand to-d?y, which li .h resulted In sales of 1000 bales. Tlio heiter arad, s ure still scarce, and uni form lots of how Middling und ntiovu command outsldo figures. Factors arc firm lu their Ideas, atid lull prices bavo boen paid in all cat.es where the above class of cot to-swero purchased Tho lower ?(railes, however, aro comparatively cheaper. The murkot closing at 31 to 33 for Middling. Sales ol tho week 2i< 0 bales. MoNETAiiY and Finaki'ial- - Thorn has been but...

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. — 31 July 1866

CHARLESTON UM NEWS, Q. B. CATHCART, Editor. cathcart, mcmillan & morton, PROPRIETOR!*. No. l8 HAYNE-STKEET. ITBRMS-CASH. BDBSORrPTION. PAILY-TWLLVB MONTH8.~..~..110.00 DAILY-SIX VVBTHB.?..8.00 DAILY-TP'.tlCE MONTHS.".8.50 BTNOLB COPIES...B cents TOVBWS DBALBR8.Scents LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?t*s*r TKTK LIST OB1 rJBTTXElTfcS re malnirtg in the Pofrtofiioe at the end of eiioh week is -published oilloiully Ira TUE} JDAJ3LTY NEWS every fri day morning. JSTews Summary. As candidates for the next Governorship of Tennessee, Judge Tinao, Tnos. A. H. Nelson and Bah, P. Walker have boon mentioned. The recent visit of Governor 8habkey. to Wash ington is stated to have been at,the invitation of tho President, who contemplated giving him Sec retary Stanton's position. The Cincinnati Union sayB they have a shoe maker in that city, a returned soldier, who, having lost both of his arms in battle, does the finest quality of sewed work with his toes. Som...

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. — 31 July 1866

The Dailv News. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1900. LAKOEST CUKCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. .sTTHE IjIST OK LBTTERB x-e sxxnininu in trie Postoffioe at the end of auoh -two??** 1st ptxhllshed ol?! o i? ill y im THE DAILY NTDWS every &ri duy morninu. . A Q- B N T S . The following are the Agents for this paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collect, tog Agent Boy. COLIN MUROBTSOIV, Oenexal Traveling and Collecting Agent TOWNSEND ft NORTH, Booksellera and Stationore, Columbia, 8. O. Captain W. E. EARLE, Greenville, a 0. Col. J. J. RYAN. BarnweU. S. 0. V. M. TRIMMIER, Spartan Ofllco, Bpartanburg, 8. 0. J. T. DuBOIS. Marlon. 0. 8. HARBY, Sandy Ford P. 0" Madison co., Fla. PATRICK k HUVEY, Maoon, Georgia. B. A. MCKNIGHT. Unlonvlue. J. Y. H. WILLIAM8. OUnton. 8. 0. 1. B. ALLEN. Chester 0. H., & 0. JOSEPH H. SEARS. .' New South," Hilton Head. W. B. LANCE, Grahamville P. O., Beaufort, H. 0. B. F. BRADFORD. Walterboro', S, 0. H. L. DARR, Humtor, 8. O. ...

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. — 31 July 1866

N. Yirk Advertisements, FUKMTUKE. FUH.M lUl?i: ! WHOLESAL E~? ND RETAIL. DEGHAFF & TAYLOR. ?08. 87 & 89 BOWERY k 65 OHRYSTIE-STREET. HATE TBK BKHT ASSOnTBD STOCK Ol' PARLOR, DINING-ROOM AND BED-ROOM FTI^INTITTJ-RE., PBING BEDS AND BEDDING, IN THIS UNION. OUR FACILITIES FOR MANUFACTURING AT LOW PRICES ?loiy competition. STEAMERS AND HOTELS FURNISHED FOR STYLE AND QOALL TY Wo refer jon on board of tho Hudson Rlvor Uteara ora, ST. JOHN and DEAN RIuUMOND. Fuller's Patent Hair-Spring Mattresses FIVE STATE PREMIUMS AWARDED. JuneSl_thBtnOmo DAVEGA, YOUNG& McKenzie, LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE, Nos. 39 and 40 Park Row? ISAAC DAVEGA, ) GEORGE B. YOUNG, J NEW YORK. GERARD L. MoRENZIB.) HAVING SUCCEEDED TO THF TOEEION OOLLE? TION BUSINESS ol Mem?-. BIRNEY. PBEH TISS ft FLANDERS, wo will attend to tho collodion o past doe and maturing claims throughout the Unlttf ates IS- la-nntir.. COMMISSIONERS FOB ALL THE STATES, aTanaary g MARVIN'S NEW PATENT ALUM AND DKY PLASTER WIRE AND BURGLAR ...

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. — 31 July 1866

THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY Office No. 147 Meeting-street. ooasri^?OTionsrs wira ALL RAILROADS THROUGHOUT, TBK UNITEDJSTATES. Every attention given to the safe Transmission of Freight, Money, and Valuables. WILL CALL FOR AND DEL1TBB FREIGUT TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE. II. B. PLANT, President, Augusta, Ga, April?_ C. K. HUGER, No. 137 MEETING-STa, CHARLKSTON. S. C. LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON RAILWAY SUPPLIES PORTABLE ? STATIONARY ENGINES IRON A WOOD WORK MACHINERY SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS COTTON GINS, MILL AND GIN BANDS WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, Ao. to- Represented by Messrs. M. K. JESSUP k CO., Now York. April .1_ J. P. W. WALTER, COLLECTOR AND GENERAL AGENT, WILL GIVE HIS ATTENTION TO THE RENTING OF HOUSES AND COLLECTING OP ACCOUNTS GENERALLY. Office No. 26 Broad street. Residence No. M Boanfaln-street. lmo Jnly 17 GEO. E. CRUMP & GO. ??ENERH COMMISSION AGENTS FOR MANUFACTURED TOBA00O, AND ?I!0LE91L? ?PAI.KUH IN ?LUITIOUS, UUA1N, KLOUIl, LIME, SUOA11S. I1A *', BAL1...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 31 July 1866

Tile JL>ciily JNewt TUEt?DAY MOHN INU. JULY 31. 1866 :_s-- " = BY YESTERDAY. MAIL. Samrasry of Congressional Wow?. Friday, Juiy 27_ibis wau tho last night of the session, but ovorybody waB so fagged from tho long session and hot woathor, that but little of unusual interest was mauifeetcd. The Oommittoo on tlio Judiciary mado their re port on the assassination conspirators ; but as wo gave it infull in our telographio columnaomo days ago, we will not ropoat it. Tho Equalizition of B'UintioB has no spooial in terest for our rcadere, except bo far as it adds con siderably to tho exponaos of tho Qovernment ; but in that wo havo no say, and so wo shall Bay noth ing about it. In the Sonato, a portion of tho day was devotod to tho case of Senator Pattkbsox. Tho Judioiary Committco found that ho had onoo taken an oath to support the Confederate and State Government of TonnoBse, but there were so many palliating circumstances connected thorewith, chief among which was tho fact that when o...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 1 August 1866

^P? VOLUME II....N0. 298] CHARLESTON, S. O...WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 1, 186R. PRIOF V. 1 vrTT?. _n_o. ?_t?tm BY T___GRAPH. I a.a LATEE FROM EUROPE. *w -Per the __ tlantic Cable. Abp? Bay, July 80-Midnight.-By arrival of * vessel from Port an Daequo, further dis patchos through cabio from Europe have been rocoived. Several nie8t>agoa to private partioa from England aro among those brought from Heart'a Content. By this arrival arrange ments bavo been inado whieb will ensure more rapid and frrquent transmissions of dia patohoa from Burt au Busquo hencofortb, till the Gulf Cable ie laid. London, Saturday Evenino, Jnly 28_Latest reporta from tbo seat of war ?tate that prelimina rieB of peace hotwoon the contending forcoB wore progreBaing; but no details bave been received. ?Consola closed at 88j. Five-Twenties C9}. Liverpool, July 28-Evening.-Cotton market firm; Middling Uplands, M.}d. [New YonK, July 81.-The grade of Cotton -quoted in the above market report, was not stated in the diapatoh...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 1 August 1866

Tile Daily ?S'e^v^s. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, I860. Clilltlhooil. BT OEOBOB r. rnENTICE. 'Tis sad, yo? sweet, to listen To tho soft winn'b gent?o swell, Ann tblnk ?.?. hoai tlio music Our childhood loved so well; To uazu ou' ou iho eve, And tho lionnilleBS flolds of air, . And feel ?yalu our boyhood's wish, To roaiu like angels there. There aro many droims of gladness That cling around the past, And from the tomb of feeling Old thoughts como ihr. ngtng fast; The forms wo lovod ao dearly, lu the hanpy days now gone, Tho beautiful aud lively, So fair to look upon, Thopo bright aud gontlo maidens. Who seemed so lormod for bliss, Too glorious and too heavenly F? r such a world as this! Whoso dark soft eyes seom'd swimming In a si'B of liquid light, And wuose locks of guld were streaming O'er brows so sunny blight. Like the brightest buds of summer They have fallen from tho atem; Yet. uh ! it ia a lovoly dream, To fade from oarth liko them. And yet the thought ia saddening, To muse o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 1 August 1866

Tile Dili i v -Ne-wts. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 18CG. a - .. - Negro It lot In It lela mond. [From the Richmond Times, July S*? ] On Friday night last ilio vory lioart of our city Was invaded by an orKimizod band of intjoi.'n. and Impudent negroes, who rando tho night hidoous With thoir munie, tho claraorouB ordora of thoir ofllcore, and tho tramp or many hundred foot. Theso wretchoa wero armed, wo learned, with enlircH and pistols, and thoir drill waa that of soldiers preparing f?ir apoody and bloody conflict. Suoh a spectacle natiimlly aroused tho indigna tion of the citizens of Richmond, bnt thoy exhibit ed praiseworthy forbearance in not putting thone black vagabonda to rout, and forover terminating their unblushing preparations for future inaur rectiona agaiuat their patrons and employer??. Nor was this, wo lorim, the fir?* iustanco of tho appearance of theso pionoora of a future war of races. On tho billa around Ihia city, aud in ita suburbs, the tramp of negro military oo...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 1 August 1866

T?iJ_. CflARLESTON BAILY NEWS, G. R. CATHO ART, Edi f or. CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON, PBOPIUETOR8. No. l8 HAYNE-STREET. ?TB-til-S-CU-BSE. sPBacan-pnoN. PAILY-TWELVB MONTH8.?^_..BlO.Ot) ?AILY-?IX MONTHS.ti.Ot DAILY-TFt?EB MONTH8.?.._..?.50 BINGLE OOP-?J.5 cent? TOFEWH DEALERS.......'....Scent? LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE. aJ*f t LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY. *Vr __._' Ii IS T Ol?1 __TT_33I-S re mt.li-ii.l_ in the Fostornoe at the end Of eaoh week is published officially In TI__ DATT.Y -NErWS every BVi ?tay xnornlna;. _N"ews Summary. Hon. GEonoE Davis, Attorney Genoral of the lato Confodorato Government, has been pardoned by the President. It ia uaiil that Rosa Bonheur ?b coming to this country to seo a live buffalo. Could wo not em brace thia opportunity and lot her eco tbo ele phant ae well ? Recent news from Fort Smith states that seri ous troubles havo arisen between the Choctawe and their former slaves, and that troops have been sent to quell the disturbance. The Uni...

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. — 1 August 1866

The Dailv News, WEDNESDAY Mt'RN'NQ, AUGUST 1, 1-GG. LAfttiE?T CIKCH La MON ifl Tllfi ?TATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?rTHH! LIST OF' LKT^rKKS re mulnlng In tne "PostofHoe nt the end Of oaciri weeli la iitihliMlmil Offiolully In THE DiVJULiY NEWS every ITrl <luy morninur. LUCJAL MATTEKS. -..* tO-BEB SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -?*. -. ?. We are indebted to tho (Southern ExpreBB for late Southern und Wetjtem papers. The Weather-The hoavy rains that wo havo enjoyed latterly seem io have dispolled the cl?nela and havo cooled tho atmosphere considera bly. July made hr-r conge graciously, retiring in a porfeot blaze of beauty. In tho morning thoro was scarcely a speck to stain the aznro heaven. The glorious orb of day, in pity to our par-boiled condition, veiled somowhat his fiery splendor. Shirt collars preserved thsir dignity, in spite of a long hot walk, and though items were scarce, yet the stroots woro by no moans empty. Coup d' solid was not dreamed of, aud reporters and lo e...

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. — 1 August 1866

N. Y^rk Advertisements. DAVEGA, young & Mckenzie LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE, Nos. 3? and 40 Park Row. ISAAC DAFEGA, i GKOBOE B. YOUNG, [ NEW YORK. GERARD L. MoKBNZIE.) MAYING SUCCEEDED TO THF TOREiaN OOLLBC TION BUSINESS of MeBBid. BIRNEY, PRES I A ELAN DEES, wo will attend to the oolleotlon o past duo and maturing claims throughout the Units? ato?a~-1 1 ?viada. COMMISSIONERS FOR ALL THE STATES. January g_ MARVIN'S NEW PATENT _ AhUttl AND OK Y PLASTIC K F?RB AND BUK8JL-AK PROOF SAFES. MERCHANTS' SAPES, BANKERS' STEEL BDBG LAR PROOF AND SPECIE CHESTS, Plate and ewelry Safes for Dwelling Houses, of Ornamented Patterns, with Marble tops. Our Bafea possess the following advantages : Thoy combino the two moat fire-proof anbstanoei known, They are perfectly dry, and do not oorrode the Iron. They do not loee their fire-proof qualities by age. Our Looks are superior to any others in use. MAU VIN A CO., No. 268 Broadway, Now York*! No. 731 Chestnut-street, Phlladelpnlf Agents-W11. M. BIRD...

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. — 1 August 1866

O. K. HUGEB, No. 137 MEETINGS-, CI1A1.LI-8TON. S. C. LOCOMOTIVAS, RAILROAD IRON RAILWAY SUPPLIES PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES IRON _ WOOD WORK MACHINERY SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS COTTON GINS, . MILL AND OIN BANDS WILDER'? SALAMANDER SAFES, ?ia JtST* Represented by Messrs. M. K. JESSUP k CO., New York. a April!_ THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COUPAIT" Office No. 147 Meeting-street oo_\r_^r__i?Tio3srs ( WITHjAI-C, RAILROADS THROUGHOUT, TH_ UN1TED_STATES? Every attention given to the safe Transmission .of Freight, Money, and Valuables. WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVEB FREIGUT TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY FREE OF .' CHARGE. II. B. PLANT, Prosldent, Augusta, Ga, April.?_ J. P. W. WALTER, bOLLEOTOB AND GENERAL AGENT, WH- QI?7E HI? ATTENTION TO THE RENTING OF HOUSES AND OOLLEOTING OF ACOOUNTS GENERALLY. Offlce No. 25 Broad-street. Residence No. ?i Uoaufuln-strcot. lmo July IT GEO. E. CRUMP & GO. GENERAL ?OMMISSIOK MERCHANTS, AGENTS FOB MANU^A?TCBED TOBAOOO, AMD WH0_8A__ DSAIXBB IN IaiaUOHS. 'UHA1N. Fl.il...

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. — 1 August 1866

yjt-ie J-Utily JN ews. WEDNESD\Y M'MININO, AUO?ST 1, 1866. Kegulc-r PI. < iii.,; of louncll. The rogulnr moeiioa of tlio Oity Council was held at tlio Citv Hill yesterday aftrrnonn. jProai?nt -Tho Maror, At?l?l -va lUvi?nol, Wragg, Gerdts, Small, O'Ni'ill, ?teiiiinoyer, Willis, Oakes, Honour, Marehall, Euatoii, Cosgrove, Butler, Oourtenay, and Pnnitlo. Tho minatoa of tho last mooting wcio read and confirmed. , Tho appllcalions of G. Fuziiauskl, Jos. Win throp, ana JaniuB Lowndes, for renewal of ct-r tillcatou of Citv h?x percent. St->oks, wero granted. Petit ion? of W. Y. Leitch for auotioneer'a lice use; Soranton &. Davie, to kep a billiard table ; Ht. L. Aituar, J. Alhrecht, Oook &, Co., Lilionthal & Co., E. 0. Metz, J Wiotors, 0. IX Ahrontj, J. E. Bemko A Co., Steffous & Co., L. Sohuoll.Tideman, Elinok A Wiokonbor?, D Paul ?.. Co., Jas. Wiley, P. O. Kerrigan, and other??, for lioenso No. 1, woro re ferred to tho Committed on Licenses. A communication from th...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 August 1866

/ (ftlmrlestfltt VOLUME II_No. 399.1 CHARLESTON, S. O., THURSDAY. AUGUST Q, 1866. JPRTtTl-r. v i -attt. ?n iT*? Vr?T1C3 BY TELEGBAPH. THE CONVENTION AT COLUMBIA, ITS ORGANIZATION. Tue Kernten Elected lo Plila?elplila, ADJOURNMENT, [SPECIAL TO THE DAILY NEWS.] Columbia, August let_The State Oonvontion, lor the pnrpoao of electing Dologateatotho Phila delphia National Convention, waa organized to day. His Excellency Oov. On? waa eleoted Presi dent, and Gen. Wade Hampton, E. H. Brown, 0. W. Dudley and Gabbiei, Cannon wore olected Vice-Presidents ; F. J. Moses and W. L. DbPabb -were olooted Secretaries. Five Dlstriote were unrepresented-Beaufort, Edgoflold, Horry, Williamsburg and York. One hundred, and eleven delegates were prcaoqt The following resolution was adopted : Besolved, That two delegates from each Con gressional District and four from the State at large, be appointed to ropresent the State in the .Philadelphia Convention. LATER. The resuit of the oleotions this ?evening are ...

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. — 2 August 1866

The Dailv Ne~vs? THUR8DAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 18CC. [ron the daily news 1 The Dying Hu-band to lils Wiro. Draw nearer to me, darliu?; my weary hoad wou'd rest. In thlB last parting inouion', upon thy faithful breast ; And place yo?r baud in mluo, lovo, as oft you did of When anguish wrung my brow, lovo, and peace for mo My end tina' weary life, lovo, has closod, aud wo must But happv 'tia to ?lio, lovo, thuB pillowed on thy heart. Tho noblest ol the land, love, the bravest of the brave, Far, far Irons home or kindred, havo found a namaleta gravo; Mo baud I f friend or brotbor, no wlfo or dear ones nigh, To soothe their dying moments, or boar their latest sigh. Thoo why should I complain, lovo, tho' hard to patt from thee, The weary Joiirn-'y's ended, my brokon spirit's free: And still I murmu- blesuluRS, at vorgo or life's eclipse. And usher lu ihn futuro with piayors updn my l>ps, For her who loved so truly, tor her, my friend and guide, In fortuuos blest or adverse, o'er clingin...

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. — 2 August 1866

Tlie I3a.il v Ne^v^ TIIUB8DAY MOUN1NO, AUQ?t?T 2, 18C6 COMMKHOlAL. 'I'll?- ? lim teston ? ottos. /Hartae.. Yesterday tbcro was but little Inquiry, but one buyer boing m tho markt?. The peace nowi, which was at flrot supposed to be tbo final termination of hoBtiiltios, is only an armistice, which may or may cot coucludo tbo war. This lins producid increased caution on tho part of many buyer?, who aro awaiting further Intelli gence?. lln.ro vu i o no palen yesterday, but holdors ro main firm, askiDg about 35c. for Low Middling, and StJo. ay. lb. for Middling Cotton. Augusta market. AUGUSTA, AiigUBt 1.-Cottok-There Is a fair de cnand, with light ofluriug Booka. Prices range from 30 to 83 cents. STOCK OF COTTON IN A-OUSTA AND UA-1D?BO, 31ST july, 18GG. Augusta.10.018 Hamburg. COO 11,618 Gold-Tbo market opened on yesterday at 110, soiling at 143; but early in tin- da} there was an advauco. and In the afcernoon broners bought at 118. ami ?old at 160. Silveb-Buying at 135, auil Beillug at ...

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. — 2 August 1866

TMJB (?1MLEST?N BAILY NEWS, O. R. CATHCART, Edito?. CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON, PROPBIETORB. No. l8 HAYNE-STREET. 0-S.si-V_CS-0-f-.SZ-C. BUB80BH?TI0N. DAILY-TWELVE MONTHS.?...-.....01O.OO DAILY--?IX M'.NTHS.....(3.UU DAILY-TF"EE MONTHS._..8.50 BINGLE COPIES.Scant? TO NEWS DEALERS.leant? LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?-THB tilSX OF L-7-T1-BS re main Iron in. the -Postoffio? at tilt- en$ of oaoh -vvoel. is p-lsllslietfl ollloiully In TEC- DAILY N__"*W_ every _.__ dajr morning. News Summary. Qeneral E. Kmnv Smith has been elected to the Presidency of the Virginia and Kentucky Bail road. . fj,.Tho News thinks the price of new wheat will not exceed two dollars and a half in the Lynoh hnrg market. Tbo Shenandoah Herald aays that most of the mills burned _j "little Phil." Hueiudan are now ready te ?>"._ 7:_?_at and other grain. A lady recently, of Anderson, 8. O., died at the age of seventy years. For thirty-six dayB prior to her death she had n...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 August 1866

The Da.ilv _N"ews. THUllSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 18CG. L?111.EST CIKDULATION IN THE STATE. LAUGEST CIJ.C'ULATIC-? IN THE CITY. ?r* THE LIST OW ILiK.T__ii.S re im ni nina: In the Postoftice at the end of on o li week la published officially ta _____ D-\__Y NEWS every _Tri doy mor-i-lrut. LOOAJL MATTERS. - tai - SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. - Mutual Benefit Loan Association_We do eiro to call the attention of the stockholdera of this oompany to the advertisement of a meeting to be held this evening, at the Masonic Hall, at 8 o'clock, on buoinoas of importance. Roper Hospital.-At tbo rogular monthly mooting of the Medical Society of South Carolina, last evening, Dr. Wm. C. HoRLDEOR?wa8 eleoted Physician of the Roper Hospital, vice Dr. R. A. Kinloch, resigned. Dialogues Fran?aises_We had the pleasure laut evening of assisting at an entertainment, gi von by the young lad'es of Mesdames Giraud and Dowell's Seminary, at the Freundaohaftabund Halle, in Sooioty street. There was a flue attend ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 August 1866

N. Y^rk Ad versements. BOGERT & EVANS, . WHOLESALE PAPER DEALERS kuli MAN?FACT?REK' No?. 28 PLATT AND 20 AND '12 OOLD-STa. R. T. fJAFER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, SIZE OR QUA sT ITY constantly on hand, or made to order. Alf. Binders, Trunk and Straw Boards. ly October M TttIM) & RAFFKRTY, ENGINEERS & FOUNDERS, Oslcpaml Worlts, Psitersosa, NawJariay. WASHHOUSE. NO. 4 DKY-8TREET, N. Y. MANDFA0T?RKR8 OF STATIONARY AND PORT ABLE STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS; Flax emp, Tow, Oakuua, and Rope Maohlnory; Shafting lilli Geering, Iron and Braaa (lasting? of aB kinds; ?>thes, Planing Uaohluos, Drills: Shaping, Slotting an? "orlng Machines; Gear Cutters, Centering, ?"dilling ant* lolt-Onttiiig Machines; Chitoks of sil kinds, Leather ind Bobber Solting, Lace Leether, Bell Hooka, anc -leneral Supplies tor Railroad end other Machino Shops lodson A Scow's Patent Governors. Saw Mills, Cottos ?ino, Presses, Ac, constantly on hand. TODD At RAFFERTY, March 20_ly_No. 4 Dey-Street, N. Y. TO THE PA...

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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