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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 2 August 1866

THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPAS! Office No. 147 Meeting-street. oo-i>r_Nr__icTio_srs WITH AIX RAILROADS THROUGHOUT, THE -? UNITEDjSTATES. Every attention given to the safe Transmission of Freight, Money, and Valuables. IfILL GALL FOR AND DELIVBB FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE. H. ft. PILANT, ___. Presldont, Augusta, Ga. April.!_ J. P. W. WALTER, "COLLECTOR ANS GENERAL AGENT, WILL GIVE BIS ATTENTION "TO THE RENTING OF HOUSES AND COLLECTING OF ACCOUNTS GENERALLY. Offloe No. 28 Broad .street. Besldenoa No 8. Boanf-ln-strcfA lmo July 17 GEO. R. CRUMP & CO. GENERAL C0MMISS?0K MERCHANTS, AGENTS FOR MANU-aOTURED TOBACCO, and wHo__a__ ziBax-u-) ra laCll'OUS. -U.A. ft, FLUl'll. J.IA1K, SU ?AUS. U\*\ HAI.TK1) FISH. WAN??. <fiv, NO. -0. LRjAi/ _t-_C.__.__J.. "yAUQUgTA. QA." 0. ?. CHICHESTER, REAL ESTATE BROKER; No. l8 BROAD-STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. 0. AGENT FOB IHK fUROHASK AND BALE 0} KRAI, Kb-ATI- In any ot the Bouthern ?tatop. ALSO AGENT FOB TUE BALE, BENT-NO. >i>...

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. — 2 August 1866

I'iie JL>a,iiy _LN ews. THURSDAY MOBNiNG, AUO?8T 2, 1-66. State Item?. Tho Columbia South Carolinian, o? yestorday, gives tho following further particulars of tho mur der of Mr. Lane, of Nowborry: It ia now dofinitolv known that several poreona wero engaged in tho murder of tho unfortunate victim, and all the circumstances indicate that thoy had prepared tbo way for tho committal of the crime. - Two young mon named Keller and Ln.no (a eon of tho murdered mun), woro aBleop on tho piazza and woro awakened u> dod a wliito man and three or four nogrooB Btanding ovor them. By theao thoy woro bound and kept under guard, the kill ing having already taken place and tho robbery of tbo prcmiBca commouced. tioarcoly anything of valuo was loft, oven to tho bacon and provisions. Thcro woro $8500 iu gold and silver and $2200 in gronnbacka in tbo house, all of wbi.h we loam waa taken. Au soon as the robbora had disappeared, tho young mon freed themselves from thoir bonds, and thon for tbo fi...

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. — 3 August 1866

VOLUME II....N0. 300.1 CHARLESTON. S. O., FRIDAY. AUGUST 3, 1866. PRICE El VE CiT. NTT'S. BY TELEGRAPH. m Blore Alunit trie Cable, Heart's Content, July 81.-The President's reply to the Queen was acknowledged from Oaborno at 5 P. 51., or one hour and eight con minutes after its reception hore. It passed through the oable in eleven minutes. A royal salute waa flrod by tho Great Eastern, and the American flag was hoiatod on tho tolo ,graph building. ?Cholera- at Tybce? Savannah, August 2.-Two doutha took place on 'Tyboe Island to-day, one from cholera and one from diarrhoea. No new casca of cholera. Fatal Rencontre? Savannah, August 2.-Col. John D. Scbiven was .shot through the head to-day in a rencontre with .J. W. Kearn y, of Bulloo!.. Tho wound is suppos ed to be mortal. Cholera. In Brooklyn. New York, August 2.-There were nineteen oases and four death? by cholera reportod in Brooklyn, from noon yesterday to noon to-day ; eight of the cases were in tho jail and penitentiary. Pennsy...

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. — 3 August 1866

Tiae Daily .News. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 18CC. LETTER FllUM BAHATOOA. [FROM OUR OWN CORR--irOi*DEI*T.] Sabatooa Spiunos, July 29.-Mindful of tho fact that tho morrow-that is to say, to-day-was one of the regular days for chatting with your readers through tho medium or your columns, your cor respondent betook himsoiriast night round to the Union Hotol, and kopi bia eyes well open. Tho apeotnolo behold by said open eyes was well wor thy of more than passing montion. It was of tho gay gayest, of tho fashionable most fashion able, of tho beautiful most beautiful. Tho im mense parlors wero crowded with handsomo and handsomely attirod ladies, attended and esoortod by thoir beaux, dazzliug in thoir wealth of diamond pius and rings. In and around the hotel all was lifo and gayoty-Broadway putting to tho blush, or rathor in tho shade, the groat thorough fare of tho Empire city, and fairly (though on a amall scale) rivalling tho Parisian boulevards Up and down tho parlors, and through tho...

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. — 3 August 1866

Tlie JD?i?lv New! FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 18GG. OOMMEK?LAL. Export? for tho Week ?iitling August -i. ronaaoa*. LIVERPOOL-Per Dr hark Kock wood-871 bbls Spirits Turuoiillue, 294 bbls UobIu, 116,207 foot Fitch- rino Lumber. , COAST WISE. MEW ?ORK-Per stenumlilp SarogoBSa-621 bales Up Isnd and 10 hair* b I Cotton, 70 Horres Rice, 321 bbls Rosin 01 l'aie? Y??rii, 43 bundles Paper, 3 bales Cloth, 3" btiloa Woolens. 172 1 . nipty Pbls, 105 pack ages Fruit an Vfgetabli ?, 106 packages Sundries .Per s'eams-hip Onmb'it-10 bales Cotton. 100 bbls Ronlo, 01 tureen Ule?. 2D bales Yarn, 9 Pack ages and boxes 1 bale Wool, 221 Empty Barrels. .Per suarai-Iiip E B Sonder-80 hnlos Upland and 12 bales? 1 Cotton. 34 bales Yarn, 47 bbls Rosin, 80 boxes Muz?-. 46 rasHs Clay, 17 Sicks Wheat, 2289 places Irou, 6? bal?s 1 umcstlcs 161 Empt? Barrels. .P-rschrtt J Worin? - 2477 bars Railroad iron, 6G casks Otajr, 31 c?soh Mouiolnos, 1 Planing Ma chine, 10 bundles Furr-itnre, li boxes Furnituro, 3 casks Crock...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 3 August 1866

r?u_i .HA?-LESTON DAILY NEWS, G. R. OATIIOART, Edito*. CATHCART, McMILLAN & HORTON, PROPRIETOIia So. l8 HAYNE-STREET. .x_3_e--~_:s-a_f_.o~c BPBdORl'PTIOli-. OAJIi--TWItLVB MuATH-..-..--. ^.?.?10.00 DAILY-SIX iV-NTHS.^...?.(/?. DAILY-TP..KB MONTHS.-.?a-H? BINGLE COPIES.- cents TO NEWS DEALERS.9 cants LARUEST CIRCULATION D, THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CIT.. W THBi LIST OF LKTTBK8 re iiaul mi nu: in the Poartof-loe ?_ trie end of eaolx wi'fik 1b published officially In ____ DAILY NEWS every -Pri duy raor-nlnu. .News aSuninietry General Dix baa declined the mission to the Hagno. It is said that the action of Congress in catting off the salary of Minister Harvey, at Portugal, is so adroitly fixed that the Secretary of State can't even pay bim oat of the seorot service fand. A rogular pickpockut uffnir. It is said that Charles A. Dana ia about to be come the editor of a new Badioal daily ia Now York. Having killed the Ohioago Republican, he now seeks to repeat the murder in ...

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. — 3 August 1866

The Dai?v IS'e^vsrs. FRIDAY MORN'NO, AUGUST 3, 1-G6. LAKUEST CUMJULATMJIi IH TILE STATE? LARGEST CIKCULATICK LN THE CITY. ?r THE XjIST OF IiKTTERS re maining In the PoBtofnoe at the entl of saoh weels In published offloinlly In THE DAILY NEWS every fri day mo-rnlrxa. LU?AL MATTERS. Ita- SSB SECOND AND THIRD PACES. **t** ? - .?? Late from tub Coast.-The Btoamor Samson, Capt. Denette, arrived hero yesterday from Doboy, Tybee, and other points that are occupied as hospitals along tho coast. Capt. Denette reports the health of the troups at Ty bee as im proving, and the oholora abating rapidly. The Samson will leave at once for a visit to the hos pitals on the ooast north of us, extending her trip into North Carolina. -o Death from Cholera.-Ia formation bas reach ed us, whioli we think roliable, that Capt. Aiiom BALD Marines, who lived here for many yearn, carne to hiB death suddenly from cholera at Pa latka, Fla., during the past week. The deceased tras a native of North Carolina, and ...

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. — 3 August 1866

THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPASV Office No. 147 Meeting-street. C30JSTISr?aTI03^S WITH ALI. RAILROADS THROUGHOUT, THE UNITED_STATES. Every attention given to the safe Transmission of Freight, Stoney, and Valuables. ?ILL? CALL FOR AND DELIVBB FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY FREE OP CHARGE. II. 8. PLANT, Presldont, Augusta, Ga sTyinit_ J. F. W. WALTEE, COLLECTOR t AJJD fiENERAL AGENT, WILL OIVE HIS ATTEKTION TO THE RENTING OF HOUSES AND .EOaAEOTING OF ACCOUNTS GENERALLY. .QlSt*? No. 25 Broad-street. sEesideisoe No. 8J Beaufaln-slreot. lmo July 17 GEO. E. CHUMP & GO. fiBNERAL- COMMISSION 3s>oi:BR.OK:A.isrTS, j-BM FOB MANUiiA?T??ED TOBACCO, AMD WBOLKSALB DBALBBS IM fclttlfCIHS, UH.A1N, 1?*MI1 li. LIM?*, SUOAHS. HA If, SAblKU Jb'lSJrA, liUANO. die. NO. -KM DBJAL Si'iUJ?A', ___ AUGUSTA. <*A. m s**s*aTJB _ C. E. CHICHESTER, SEAL ESTATE BROKER, No. l8 BROAD-STREET, OHABLESTON, S. O. FOB THE PUBOHASH AND SALB 03 BEAL ESTATE in any of the Southern State?. _? AGENT FOB THE SALE, BKNTIHO...

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. — 3 August 1866

SPECIAL NOT10E8. . jaarDARDY'S PROPHYLACTIO FLUID.-THIS article Is not of foreign oriiiin, but la Indigenous to tho South. Previous to tho war tho doman?! for It waa ox tenslve. During tbo war Professor DARBY furnished It for our military hospitals, ?vlioro It waa moat cfllclont In preventing Erysipelas and Oangreno. Uo Las now resumed Its manufacture, and wo d?ubt not Its sale trill -orroip >nd to Ita morlts, ?bleu, wo boliovo, aro accurately stated in the advertisement. July 80_mwfl3 $er HYGIENIO WINE-THE GREAT IM PORTKD TONIO.-It la nttorly different from alcohoUo trashy bitters. It wai. endorso?? b.? fifty-six members of tho American Medic?! Association, with their signatures, Baltimore, May 1, 18C6. All pbyslclane who examino li unhesitatingly approvo It It la the DEbT TONIO FOB LADIES known. Sample oaai>8 sent on rncoipt of SIS. LAMBERT ? KAMPINO, Importers, Noa. 31 and 33 Broadway, New York. MUSCAT PEBLE-finest Table "no N. B.-Samploa sont to physicians,' with formula f...

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. — 3 August 1866

>?.- I''ICI,Vi.. LIST OF LKTTEKS Remaining In tho Post?nico at Charleston, for the week ending AUGUST 2, 1806, and ordered to be print ed In THB Daily Nkws, agreeably to tho following sec tion of the now PostotUco Law, as tho newspaper having he largest circulation in tho City of Charleston : B-OTION 6. And bo it further enacted, That lists of let ters remaining uncalled for in any PostofHoein any city, town or villa??, whoro a newspaper shall be printed, shall hereaftor bo published onco only lu the newspaper Which, bolng published weekly or oftonor, shall have tho largost circulation within range of delivery of tho said MBOs. mr Persons calling afor Letters Advertised, should aUto that thoy aro "Advortlsod." BW Office boura from 8 A. M. to 0 P. M. On Bun days, from 1 o'clock to 2 o'clock, P. M. STANLEY G. TROTT, Aoting Postmaster. ?\ATOi-_:___?r-,Q LI?T. _ft_ AllRon, Kiora Allson, Catherine Anderson, Oat .or ino Arther, Miss O W _3 Barre, Eugohie Barrett, Mrs A A Baxter, Caroli...

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. — 4 August 1866

Cu S? tb) VOLUME II....N0. 301.1 CHARLESTON, S. O., SATURDAY. Anr-nom BY TELEGRAPH. LATEST F?OM EUROPE. :pe:r c^ble London, Wednesday, August 1.-Consola olosod at 88J for mouey at latest salee. Fivo-twontioe, ?Bj. LiVEnrooL, August 1-Tlio Cotton markot to day has rulotl stoiidy. Saloa 10.000 balun. Heart's Content, August 1, 11 A. M., ?to Asrr Bat, August 2-Associated Press: Wo aro now receiving message? through Atlantio Cable, at tho rate of over 124 words per minute. All tho elec tricians aro delighted with the perfectly diatinot character of tho eignuls through tho cable. (Signed) OYRU8 W. FIELD. The Working of tile Atlantic Cable. Nbw York, August 3.-Twelve messages were Teooivod at the telegraph offioe hore -to-day from Europe, for which the sum of $1318 in gold waa paid. The Now York Commercial has a rumor that a London telegram of yesterday quotes United States Bonds at 68.}, and that au order for large .quantities of G-20's were received per oable, to bo ?shipped to-morrow. ...

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. — 4 August 1866

Tillie .Daily INbavs, SATURDAY"MORNING, AUGUST 4, I860. SOl'TIl AODLl'-NTHAL AHKIUCA. TEREZ RE-ELECTED PIIESIDENT OF CHILE, AND ALL gUlET- TIIUUIILEDUEWIMQ IN PERD - ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE EX-PRESIDENT OF ECUADOIt. Panama dates of tho 2:id stato that the pros pects of the present railroad company gottiug a reno wal of their charter aro vorv elim, and strong efforts aro making to put the rond in tlio hands of a now company, tho present ono giving great dis satisfaction In their maiiagemont. Tho Oontral American States aro all quiet. President Perez has boon re-olectod in Chile, and all fours ?f a rovolutiou aro dissipated. Matters iu Peru aro still uusottlud and trouble is anticipated. An attempt has been made to assassinate Gar cia Morouo, ex-President of Ecuador, upon his landing at Ecuador. Ho was wouudod by a pistol shot, but not much injured. Tho arrival of tlio liret steamer from Now Zea land at Panama had excited mtioh interest and good feeling. 8ho made tho passage in...

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. — 4 August 1866

Yh.e Daily ISTewe. 8AT?BDAY MORN ' KO, AUGUST 4, 1>-CC. VAJUIUUS ?TJ?MS. [?Voi?i the ?otton Post.] A dead cut-tlio dissecting knife's. riyinoutli Hock lum boou undergoing repair a. Fatcuen, Dexter and Butler aro at tho West. LaGrauge, Texas, has no rum shops. Antonclli baa rocovorod-his health, not his money. A girl died in Ireland from eating orange peel. It will cost throo millions to tunnol tho Missis sippi. Caleb Cashing ia expected to deliver an address at the approaching Masonic c?l?bration in Now buryport. The last trip of the Scotia, from Livorpool to Now York, was the faateat westward trip on ro cord. Four to one aro offered in Now York on tho suc cess of the Atlantic cable. Bnrnuru is one of tho Paris Exposition Commis sioners. A man was hanged iu Dolawaro for an attempt to commit murder. Disease in Now York this snniinor out-Horod's Herod among the children. Two mullen stalka au?! a bunch of thistles are called a grove in tho mining portions of Nobraska. A newspaper ma...

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. — 4 August 1866

THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, Q. R. CATHCART, Editor. CATHCART, McHILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS, No. l8 HAYNE-STREET. *T7TriT^.TWIS- 0-A.SK 8PB80BI*PTION. fMH?-TWELVE MONTHS.-^.?10.00 DAILY-SIX MONTHS.~..6.W PATLY-WOKE MONTHS.~.?-'H' ?niaLB COPIES.Scento XONHW8 DBALER8.?conto LARttEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LAR0EST CIRCULATION IN THE C1T?. ?yTHK XjIST OB1 LKTTKBB re malnlna in the Postoffloe at trae end of each weelt is published otnoially In. THE DAILY iNBrWS every JJ^ri day mornlnit. AGENTS. The foUowInB aro tho Agents for this paper: W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collect ing Agent, Rev. COLIN MUROBTBOIV, Oenoral TraveUng and OoUectlng Agent. TOWNSEND k NORTH, Booksellora and Stationers, Columbia, B. 0. Oaptaln W. E. EARLE, Groen ville, S. 0. Col. J. J. RYAN, Barnwell, 8. 0. F. M. TBIMMIEB, Spartan Office, Bpartanburg, B. O 1. T. DuB0I8, Marlon. 0. 8. HARBY, Bandy Ford P. O., Madison co., Fla. PATRIOE k HUVEY. Macon, Georgia. R. A. mcknight, unionvUle. J. Y. B. WILLIAM...

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. — 4 August 1866

The ?ailv 3STews. SATURDAY nHUlNlNQ, AUGUST 4, 186C. L?RMEST CmCULATl?ft IN TUE STATE. LAHMEST CIRC?LATICH Di TUE CIT?. ?r TIIBJ IjIST O ir" IJbTX-'X'JrilRS re maiiiiii.r in trie Poatoffloe ut tne end ol emoh wee)* Is ptxhliBlaed oilloiully In -XTBOrD DAJJjY JN'K'WS every BVi day rnt>rriliiji. LUOAL MATTEES. Sap- BEE 8EOOND AND THIRD PAGES. -*S? >?. Music on tub Battery-The band of the Gth U. B. Infantry will perform on tho Battery this afternoon, at half-past 5 o'clock. 1 ho following ia tbo programme : 1. Daisy Medley. 3. Potpourri from Martha. 3. Polka-Ht.Biiy Si ajnzlor. 4. Duett, and finale-Les m ontonegrine. 5. Gallop-Brudor Z>>r tig. 6. Grand Potpourri-(popular aire.) The New Fedeual Tax.-The Courier office has our thanks for a neat pamphlet, containing the latest cluo to tho labyrinthine maze Bet forth in the above title. It hange on a nail of its own in our sanctum, and whenever we may bave occa sion to consult it we ahall always hold the Courier in grateful rem...

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. — 4 August 1866

N. York Advertisements NEW PEK1UME For the Handkerchief. PHALON'S oaiil1rlir*a A lVIost ^"----qxiisite, Delicate, and Fra grant Perfume, Distilled from the Rare and Ben-.*.t: ful Flowar from, which it takes it;; r.:u?e. Manufactured only bj r"?SA?.O'K & SON, NEW YORK. BEWAPK GF C??HTEBFEm ABIS" FOR Vtt\L0N13-TAKE NO OTHES. 8o.il b7 Drogr/Vts roneraUy. Deoembei-ao_ wsly* _ij_W*__ "DEAUTY . - AUBURN, jflr IA JJ Qolden. Flaxen, and _\_f<t__B Silken C?RL8 produced by ?& <Jff the uno of rrof. DicniiKiix's ^?kj^k FRISER LE OBEVE?X. JjH^jflBB?no application .wnrmnted JHf HWNto curl the most straight i ? ' " ? and stmoborn hair of either sex Into wavy ringlets or heavy massive curls. Has beei usad by the fashionables of Paris and London, with th most gratifying remith. Dom no Injury to the hair Price by mail, sealed and postpstd, $1. Descriptive ?sir ?alors mailed free. Address, BERGER, BHTJTTS A 00. Chemists, No. 286 River-street, Troy, Ii. Y. Bole agent or tho united_tnth?3m...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 4 August 1866

jaar SinilLIA BIMILIBUS CURANTVR. HUMPHREYS' SPECIFIC, ron PREVENTION AND CURE or -f_.a-x.__.ario CHOLERA. As tho season advances, aud Dysentery, Cholera Mar bus, attended with Fovors, aro booomlug common, a PREVENTION for the A8I-TI0 CHOLERA isa necessi ty with ovory individual and ovory family. In the last visitation of Cholera In UiIb country, Dr. HUMPHREYS' 8PE01KI0 was regarded, wherover the prossureon his timo allowed It to bo Introduced, as the "rarest PREVENTIVE and most effectual CORE given to tho public. Of those who uso tho PREVENTIVE faithfully, only about five per cent, w^ro attacked, and of cases treated the _!or__ity waa l... i_-u four per cent. One-half ounce vials.$1-00 Pocket caaos, three throe-quartor vials, and book of direction?, complete. 8.00 Family cases, taroo one-ounce vials, and book, complote. -.00 Bent by mail free on receipt of price. HOMEOPATHIC SYPHIL0IDS. ANOHOR SYPHILOID, euros Gonorrhcoa, Gleet, Old Urinary Complaints.f-.OO STAR SYPHILOID (case oi ...

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. — 4 August 1866

__._.__. -L-Zc'biiy jL_N e W c_. SATUHDAY MOUNtiN.., AUGUST 4, 18li? Muli- Ii? nit. The Colombia South Carolinian saya that it .ama that tlio residenco of Colonel Win. Wallace ?was rocontly ontored by thieve- who gatheredIM? f ainily wardrobe aid valuables aud were about to retire when bo opened Aro. Ttio rogues iniuiedi ?toly decainpod It haB been suggested in view of tho many robburios that bavo rocontly taken 8laco, and boen traced to nogroos, that if Colouol .reon, tho Commandant of tlio Post, will instruct his guard to uuito with tho civil police in arrest ni' all negroes uf a vagrant oharaotor, who caunot ahow their tax rccoipts, or givo satisfactory ac count of themselves, too towu will bo speodily cleared of a largo number of vagrants. Visit to Edokfield of Rioht Rev. Db. Lynch. No Kum mi Catholic clergyman iu ino United-tates over engrossed now, or in dava gono by, bo mucb of tho kindly feelings of Protestants-and of tho country generally-as tho Right Rev. Dr. Lynch, Bishop...

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. — 6 August 1866

I -i VOLUME II....N0. 302.1 CHARLESTON, S. O., MONDAY. AUGUST 6, 1866. PRroF five cl^ts. BY TELEGRAPH. P'rum Europe by tlic Cnble. London, AugUBt 3, P. M_There ia uo political .-nowa of real iiupm tunco to-day. ?JOMilEIlLlAL INTELLIGENCE. LiVEitrooL, August 3, P. M.-Cotton.-The Brokera' Circular reports tho aaics of Cotton for the wcok ending Thursday, August 2d, at sovouty four thouHiind bales. Tho aalea to-day were aoven thousand balee. Middling Uplands ia quoted at 14 penco per pound. [I note this a declino ol J of a penny from tho last pricoa received hy tho cable.] FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE. London, Anglist 3/Jft II. - Tho closiug prico oT . Consols to-day mi 875 for money. United Slates Securities wore ?ptotod ut tho cloao of business to day at GO. Telegram* per Atlantic Cable. [Special to Nev) Vorl.- Herald ] London, August 3.-Received iu New Youie, Au -gust 5.-Martial law has been proclaimed in Lower Austria, and also in Vonico. The Peaoe Confer ence of Prut- nia and Austria is...

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. — 6 August 1866

The Daily News. _*_._ . MONDAY JMOltN.NG, AUOUST C, 16G6. Tile King of Prussia as a Correspondent Hi? Account anil Dttc r 1 pi lo nvt tl?e Until? of .vnnigBrnu. Tho following letter from the King of Prussia to the Queen was communicated to a privato oircle in Berlin July l8 It coutains an interesting ac count of tho groat battlo of tho 3d of July at Koniggratz: Hor-Its-, July 4,1866.-Frilz(?he Crown Princo) loft mo at two, a d K.rl (Princo Frodoriuk Charles) al three in tho aitornoon, after a council of war, at which it was roaolvod to grant tho troops, exhausted by marches and engagements, one or two dava' rout. At half-past ten, P. M., however. General Voigta-Hhetz carno to mo again to report the result or the day's rcoonnoitoring, which was to tbo effect that large masses of tho ouotny had beou moving from Josephstadt to Koniggratz, on this Hi-lo of the hlbe, from eight o'clock in the morning till throe. Prisoners stated that tho army was concentrated round Koniggratz, be tween t...

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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