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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 6 August 1866

Tile Ij?m?v New MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST C, l8 C. < ? ?Al \l l*.l>? I AL. Kxport?. NEW YORK-Per nit nm.-ii i|> ?ranada-42 bales Cotton, C4 tierces Ufco 10 la is Yarn, 27 bola Rosin, 2 boxen Tobacco, fl? bal?-? WcKMS- 3i?9 bars Railroad Ir?n, 11 cask.- CIbv. *7 Empty Patrols, 10 packagta Vegetables, 20 packages laundries. , The Clinrlt-at'it Colton Market. On Saturday i.at about 70 bales of Cotton were dis posed of at 29 to 30c per lb tor Oood Ordinary, and 32o Tier lb for Low A!iddllng. The views of holders aro still In advance of buyers, which, with the light offering -stock, keeps transactions very limited. S avail ii um Market. SAVANNAH. AiiKUMt 8.-Cotton-Tho recolnts of cotton fina) .lui? 2Hth lui?c b hi us follows, vis; 1005 bales Uplau'.i and . balt-B Sea Isiaud _?-tton lb ex im? tH in tho mun- tune have b?x-M 3177 bnles Upland and 102 bales Sea lui ?lids .as IoIUiwh: To Buxton 301 bales Upland; to New Ymli 1H ii- h..les U|>land and 00 batos Han Island; to Phlludulph...

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. — 6 August 1866

THE (MARLESTON BAILY NEWS, Q. R. CATHCART, JBdito*. CATHCART, McWILLAN & MORTON, TROPBIETORa, Np. l8 HAYNE-STREET. __a_iA?is-o_!?.s_?i BUBt?Cl*U!!PTIOH. PAEM?-TWELVE MONTHS..-^"^..$10.00 DAILY-SIX ?V-yNTUH.....O.UU DAILY-TF'-iKE M0NTH8.".H.5U SINGLE COPIES....Sc.ata TONKW8 DEALERS.S cents LARGEST CIRCULATION IIS THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. JtS-TJEIK _,IST OB1 _._7X*_?B3BS re mulniiin: In the Postofllue at the end of each week is i>-a*blished officially In THE DALL,Y NEWS every "FVI day ?iioriiiiiii. News Summary. There are abont 580 prisoners now confined on tho Dry Tortugae. In Iowa, rocontly, two husbands tratlotl wivoc, one giving the other one thousand five hundred dollars to boot. The citizens did n't lilto Unit style, and drove tho husband who roceivod the "boot" from the county, with his now wifo. The other conplo yet romain. Tho Presidont has m ado a further donatiou of $200 in aid of a high grade colored school in Now Orleans, to Dr. Randolph, the col...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 6 August 1866

Tile _Daiiv IS^e-ws. MONDAY MORN.NO, ATJOUBT G, lHCa. LAUGEST ClUCU LA'llUiN IN TUE STATE. ?LAUGEST CERC?LATICS Di THE CITY. em- *T___ I-IST Of ZsETFX_____? re aanalr|lng in tin? aPostofBoe at tina? end of ouol- w??lt is pn.l.llahe-1 of?ioinlly be _1XI_ ?__X_"_T _*TEWS every inxd -U-3T mornlna. LOOAL MATTEHS. . a? C -T-P-T SBCOND AND THIRD PAGES. -%5? .?. The steamship Jo?r? t-fibson, Oaptain Bees, arrived hero yesterday from ll.--.ltimoro after an excellent passage. We are Indebted to Oaptain Bekd for papera. -o To Edibto.-Tbo etoamor Mab having boon tho roughly repaired will resume hor regular tripe, leaving Cbisolm _ Mill, Tradd street, every Tues day and Friday. Our Merchants will notice with pleasure the announcement of the South Carolina Railroad Company that, on and after this date, the prepay ment of froighte to Augusta and Columbia, and all points beyond those places, will not be required. -o " Avalanches. "-Yesterday afternoon we saw a novel sight for thcao times,-three am...

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. — 6 August 1866

H. York Advertisements a_ - --- A NOBLE PURPOSE _M e A GLORIOUS RESULT. H THERE ARE AB MANY ROADS TO FAME AND FOB rUNK aa there were gatowaya to the ancient Thebes Your ambltioua warrior la for carry! nn his way with tht bro; your aspirin? politician for -ohomlng his way bl u tri gue and conaurumate art. But there is one grand oaa path to the goal, along whioh nothing baso oao vol. It la the path Bet apart for the march of talent nergy, and noble purpoao; and though full of obstacle? con tal na none that a brave man cannot surmount bis faot has boon exemplified in lnnmnorsble Id Boea, but in low moro forcibly than In the rise anc rogroaa of DR. HOOPLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS For over fiftoou yeara Its oourso has been onward and np ward, scattering blesslnga at every step until it nor, tanda on the topmost rounds of the ladd t fame, an tit GREAT TONIC, o HOOFLAND'- GERMAN BITTERS is a positive remedy for DYSPEPSIA, AND DISEASES BE-ULTINQ FROM DISOxJ>ER OF TUL LIVER and DIGESTIVE ORGAN ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 6 August 1866

E. L0UI8 LOWE, (Formerlv of Maryland,) COUNSELLOR AT LAW, N0. 56 WALL-STREET, Ni?;\v ?OHK CITY. July 16_ mw8* 8. J. TOWNSEND.J. H. HUDSON. TOWNSEND & HUDSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND soiiioi_o_ris irr __j<__tji_"sr, B-N?-TTSVII,1,K, S. C. Wild- ATTEND T I BOSINEH8 IN THE DI8TRIOT8 - of Mar.boro', Cheatorfleld, Darlington and Marian. .moa July 6 PRYOR & PITTMAN, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, N0. 95 LIBERTY STREET, NEW YO UK. Roger A. Pryor. ....'Haus. W. Plttman. July 81_ lmo james Mccormick, MERCHANT TAILOR, WnO_E8A_X AND RETAIL DHAL?B EH CLOTHS, GA8H1KEBG8 AND TESTINGS, GENTS'FURNI8HING GOODS, No. 35 Broad street, Jnly 28_Amos_CHARLESTON, B. O. M. M. QUINN, Wholesale & Retail Dealers IN BOOKS, PERIODICALS, NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETO Mo. BUT KISO-STUKKT, (Opposite Ann-street, O I_ -A _=- __ 33 S _? O IST . __ O., Hie latest issues of tbe press always on hand. Subscriptions reoeived and Gooda deliveredor foi warded by Mall or Express. All CASH ORDERS will be promptly ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 6 August 1866

_L"i:it5 J.-'ctjLiy JN ews. MONDAY MOHNINO, AUQU-T 0, I860. VAUIiiUS IT I?. .MS. [From the Boston Post] Tho Louisiana cotton crop is promising. Tho lato storin in Connecticut was hard on tho Tjobaooo. A baBhful young gent at Newport lately an -fonacod hiinsolf na "ou tho mako"-ho meant to moko lo vu. Knglaiul and Amorica aro now auchorod by tho narnu oable. Mr. Quilp, iu hi8 observations of socioty, dia ajovorri that a fuaudryinau ia vory caromi not to 1 oeo oaato. Qou. Grant will woar two stars and a metallic ehi-id as an insignia of rank. Tbotwo best i tonis of ?owe this wook-the cabio and tho adjournment of Congress. Mun who fl^bb duels havo two seconda to livo after thoy aro doad.-Ex. , A prize-lighting party from tho American 8ido caused the last Canadian scare. But four regular theatres are open in New York, and two of tliuuo aro sait! tu bu about closing. Victoria, tho Sandwich Jalan 1 princes., died Croiu the .Coots of imprudently bathing while heated. It ia said gambling ha...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 7 August 1866

VOLUME IT....N0. 3031 CHARLESTON, S. C, TUESDAY. AUGUST 7, 1866. PRIOF five c_:mts. BY TELEGRAPH. LATEST FROM EUROTE. HABEAS COI.PUS IN IRELAND. London, -"trust 1 -Tile bill for tho removal of the suspension of tho writ of habeas corjws in Irolantl wa? read a second timo in the Houao of Commons last Dight, Mr. Gladstone, iu a sponch, supporte?1 the Government, and warmly praised tho treatment accordod to tho Foniaus by tho American Gov ernment. Mr. Magaw'h (?) resolutions ajiauiut tho bill woro nogatived by a voto of 105 nguiiist 31. The Froneh Ambassador to England left for Techy last night, by command, to seo tho Em peror. Advices from the Beat of war stato that the Prussian troopB have ontorcd Monheim and Heid elberg. [Tho Pross aro indebted to Mr. Cyuus W. Field for the foregoing dispatches.] Ir AT K11 FHOM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF THE GERMANIA. New Vohk, August 6.-The Germania bas arrived, bringing dates to the 25th. Austria baa accepted tbe preliminaries of peace .nbmittcd by Prussi...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 7 August 1866

Th.e Daily News, T?E8DAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 18CG. [From the Round Table.] Rain upon tlie Hoof. HT W. L. SUOEa-K-*~ The night, with bor sable pinions, Is hovering o'er the earth, And far tbrouuh her dark domintone Ring tinkling tones ot mirth : The moon is no longer b-mlng, And the clouds sr?? all aUr-proof, Aa I alt in my chsmbor, dreaming Of the rain upon tho roof. There is nt sound diurnal E'or yields me such delight As tho step of the toft rain vernal On the rattling roof at night : J am wrapt in pleasant fancies, Willie slumber la far aloof, As I list to the dainty dances Of the rain upon tho roof. The wind is awako and dashing The drops on the window-pane, And tho leaves, like cymnala clashing, Keep time with tho rythmic rain; Bat no discordant clatter Of ? solitary hoof Comea now to mar tho patter Of tbo rain upon tho roof. From tho night so grim and sooty Will a morning fair arlso. With a myriad forms of beauty To glad our wand?ring eyes; For tbo Spirit of ?pring la working A...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 7 August 1866

The -Diiilv -N-Tews TUESDAY MoRN NG, AUGUST 7, 1-iGG. _Gi ) M M *<Rn 1 AL*._ ExyortH. PHILADELPHIA-Per brig James Baker-1 bale Cot ton, 100 bbls B ?In, 3U0 tons Iron, 20 Empty Bar rels. Tile I'liiirlr.it'in Cotton Min lict. Tbo flat condition of tho Liverpool market on tho 4th inst, a' reported by At Inn tie Cabio, has rather de pressed tho staplo hero. The Bales yesterday woro con fined to 60 bales, all to ono buyer, of which 28 were Middling at 35c, and 22 Low Middling at 31c per lb. Mobile Alarkct. MOBILE, Anglist I.-Coiton-There was only a light demond to-da} ; salen of 101) bates wero made, chiefly by ono boyer for Northern account. Lower grado?? talion in Sales can be cflccted on a basis of 32 to 33o for Middlings, but even mi? ni tig loto command fully 33c. ?ot.D-Uu? ing aud sclliug at 146 to 148 Bi-vi-n-Buying and selling at 133 ?o 138. Exchanoe- ?sterling nominal. Now Vor*-* sight '.,' dis count to par. New Orleans "i discount lo par. New Orleans Market; NEW OB LEAN -, A...

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

TJr?J? MFARLEi-TflN BAILI NEWS, Gt. R. CATHCART Edi i or. cathcart, mcmillan & morton, PBOPBJETOBS. No. l8 HAYNE-STREET. T__ti-_--:s-o_i-.s_r_:_ BUBSCBl-PTION. BAILY-TWLLVE MONTHS._. ?_. --.?10.00 DAILY-SIX y.NTHB..-..?.00 HAILY-TF--E MONTHS.-..?.BO .JINGLE OOPIES.? C_l_-a IO NEWS DEALEBS.Scants LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TUE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY. mr- THE LIST OF LEiTTKBS re _n.ul--iix<" in the Postoffloe at the end of eaoh week is published offloiallv In THE DAILY NErWS every BVi dlay mornin-. News Suminary. Mre. Wm. Cullen Bryant died laat wool?. MrB. John C. Calhoun ?lind a fow day? ago at her homo in Pondleton, S. C. The Bteoplo of old 8t. John-Church, Richmond, blown down in 1863, ia to bo rebuilt this Rummer. Hon. 8. li. -Ialloiiy lias, by permission, just returned to his homo in Florida, for the first timo since his arro.', at the cIobo of the war. Mr. David Corrie, an old merchant of Rich mond, Va., has just died. He waa long President of tim Itiohmond F...

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. — 7 August 1866

Tine .On.ilv JSTews. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, I860. LAUUEST CIKCULATION IN THE STATE. LAHULST CIKCULATIC-I IN THE CITY. J8_r THE LIST O'JrT LKTTERS re -uuliiliiK In the _?osto-ftoe at tho erxtl ol -noli week ia publishe?. ofllolnlly to THJU r>_Vr__Y NKWS ever- BVl ?-uy mornin-. LOCAL, MATTERS. -.*. ?sr SEE SECOND AND THIRD PACES. -_? a.? Oke of our hulks is nover to publish a notico of a marriago without its being indorsed by a rc sponeiblo narno. This will account for tbo non appearance, io our papor this morning, of an ad vertiaoinont of this kind, which wns yesterday placed on our filo without tho roquired indorse ment. TnE Weather.-After passing through tho days of heat wo havo, it would bo ingrat i tu do in us not to pay a compliment to tho pleasantness that tho change of yoBterday afforded us. With a clear sky and a delightful east wind that was continual, tho wholo day was of a temp?rature bo difioront from those which have roceutly preceded it, as to bo really agrooable...

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. — 7 August 1866

N. York Advertisements. B. J. BECK & CO. Ho. t) PI-E.STUK-T, KEW YOltK, MANUFACTURING STATIONERS, .OB PRINTERS ANP LITHOORAPHEBS, Whole/ale and Retail Dealer! in First-Class Office F?sturet CONSTANTLY ON HAND A SPLENDID ASSORT WENT of Foroign and Domeatlo LETTEE ANI NOTE PAPER. Envelopes of every size and quantity. Certificates of 8toc_, Ponds, Chook- Notes, Drafts Btlls of Exchange, B?lhe-ds and Cards, ko., tasteful]? xeonted. Orduru >by mall will receive prompt attention at low est cash prioos. B. -. REUB:.OHAS. NEWBOURG October 38 stuthlyr EDWA.KD COOPER, S-COKSBO- TO A. LONQKTT, Ho. 88 Murr ay-st., New _or__. MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN COTTON PRESSES AND COTTON GINS, HORSE POWERS, THRESHING MACHINES 10, 11, CO and 00 PLOWS, Oanal Barrows. And aU other Agricultural Implements, FertUizen ind Eoe's. PLOW CASTINGS of ah hindB constantly on hand. October '!" ututlilvr UNITED STATES STEEL PEN WORKS. FACTORY, CAMDEN, N. J. R. ESTERBR?OK & CO. STEEL PEN MANUFACTURERS, ?WAREHO...

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. — 7 August 1866

The Daily _N~ews. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 18CG. fa__t._._-*T ClitUULATiOlN IN TILE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. 4BTIHB LIST OW ILJB-TTJECI-S r-e ?aala-intz in. the Fostofnoe at t_xe end of eaoh -weel. is ptatolisl-ed ofBLoially i_ ___D PAIT.V NEWS every -Vi d-y ?uor-it?-K. Address I?y General Rnusiesn. HIS ACCOUNT OP THE Al-ACE Ul'ON Mil. OIUNNKLL. Mnjor-Qonor-l Loy_j_ H. Rousseau, lately a representative in CongresB from the Fifth District of Kentucky, has issued an address to bis?con stituents iu relation to his recent affair in Con gress. It ia a somewhat singular production, written in a livoly stylo. Tho General explains bia difficulty with Mr. Giunnell, telling nothing now except that Guinn ell was physi ally one of the strongest men of tho House. His description of the assault is laconic : I ratancd Grinnell. He unresistingly received the castigatiou, and rep? at only said it was "all right," and promptly assured me he did not wish to hurt me. General Ga* field ...

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. — 7 August 1866

TTJEBDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 18CG. "lute Items. I_iKJKFi"r.i).-Tlio drought which lia* ao Ioiik ttnovaih-<l in this part of tho country, ami which au.i_.lv became bo distreaaing, is now al an ?uti. JL-andant ruina hil ?ni - linday hiicI on Monday, wegotation id lovigoratoil, and tho weather is ..jtcasant. A larg? cuni crop c:uinot posaibly bo anda. WlLUAVBDOao.-Tbfl "hoaletl tonn" has con irJasuod with but littlo abatement. Wo woro blessed tmith *> refreshing ulm .vor on amid ay, and havo, ?1(03.81, obtaiueu aoma respite fr??ni not uigktB. Tito indication? aro that wo will havo a continu ance of tho same. Wo hopo for better tinioa and ?r.7 to koop cool. NewuKiiiiY.-Tho heated term and tho drought -XTo aliko brokon, mid lilnnmnl with couions und -ielightful rainy seasons a giuoral rofrosbing la .felt. Tho deepnnding l'armer is hopot'ul. T?> a portion o? tho oom crop tho favorable chaugo aanica too lato, hut lo tho general crop incul ??iUblo good hua falleu. Exeopt that the co...

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. — 8 August 1866

VOLITME II....NO. 304.1 CHARLESTON, S. C, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 18fifi. PRIOF FIVE OxiVTS. BY TELEGRAPH. Later from Europt- Per Ml.?ntl. ?'ni.li. Boston, August 7.-tho following dispatch was receivo_,in thin city by the Atlantic cable : ?8--OF Wioht, July 29.-Tho yacht Alice, 28 tons, Capt. C-aiike, arrived here, li* dava- from Nahatit, Muss. All nell. I'm ti?? i- New? t-xpe, i?ti from Europe. Abpv Bay, August 7, 1 A. li.-There aro no Biglin of -tourner Dauntless, with cable diapctohea. Site will probably nrrivo lure about 6 o'clock this morning (Tuesday), willi (lid?atenos recoived through cable ou Sunday and Monday. No lVcvrs Yet from ti.. Cable. Aim Bay, August 7, P. M.-Tno steamer Daunt . less, plying neun1: lho Qxtlt of 8t. Lawrence, han not yet arrived. She ?b hourly expected with Lon don advicea, by the pable, op to 5th and Cth inat. . ? ... Cholera In Europe. Washington, August 7_Tlv.? United States Con aulato at Antwerp, under date of July l8, informs the ?.tate Department t...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 8 August 1866

Tlie Daily News. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUQU3T 8, 1860. Radical Threats to BreRI? up I lu I'll I lull? li ne lu. Convention-'I lie iii-.?.nil of any at tempt tO I' ?<"< ?li? III III. Tho Philadelphia Age commenting upon tho ro cont statement of tho cirreupondont of tho Now York Commercial, that tho Nal ion? 1 Philadelphia Convention was to bo violontly brokon up by tho Philadelphia flromon, allied by reloasod soldions, pronouncos it a Blander on tho firemon, and de nice that there is any organized plan to disturb tho Convention by mob violonco. Tho Age con tinues : Bad and utterly rocklea? ae wo know tho follow ers of Sumnor and -levens to bo, wo do not think they aro yot roady to *'cry havoc, and let slip the dogs of war" in their own midst, and by tbeir law less conduct inaugurate scenes of horror and deso lation on a Boil where peace and quiet aro now reigning. But knowing thu animtis which prompt ed tho above gross slander-fully conscious i lint thore aro numbers in the K.dica...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 8 August 1866

Tile Dm) ! v N ewt*. "WEDNESDAY MOKNiNG, AU1.?8T 8, 1hi36. FOltMON ITBM8. ??it 11.1.11 * in rims. Tho Now York Herald correspondent write? from Paris, July ?20, as follows : Tho chtilera is now decidedly in Taris, and I am sorry to have to mention a truly melancholy caso of its ravages Miss Hiirbeck, a beautiful and accomplibLcd young lady from Now York, diod of eholera at four o'clock yesterday morning, at tho Hotel W-graui, in tho Hue do .tivoli, where abo was staying. On Tuesday evening eho was full of life and gayoty, riding tin horseback in tho Bois do Boulogne. Hue got hot, and aftor dinner in her hotel complained of a chill frtm draughts. Sho went to the ted rather poorly, hut nothing was thought of it. In the course of the night eho became alarmingly ill. Dr. Trousseau, Dr. Bey lard (an American) mu? another phy-iician woro sent for. They prouounci-a the easti one of cholera, and tried all tee iipprovcd remedies, hut their skill failed of ?ff-ct. Win.in twenty-four hours fro...

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. — 8 August 1866

.J-JriJ-e OBIRLHSTOI. IJAILV NBWS, O. R. CATHCART, Son or. G1THCAKT. WrWILLAN & MORTON, PROPRIETORS. No. l8 HAYNE-STREET. _____a,l?_L*=>- OASH. R?Bt30RI-Pl'ION. DAILIT-TWELVB Mu?THS.~~ -.?10.0? BAIL*--SIX WONTHS..........->..?"?.0t? SAIL--TPZtUS MONTHS.a..?.??" ?DiaU COPIES.Bcsnt? XONKW8 DRALERR.Scent? LARUEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ?.TUB I-IST OF" -LiBTTTICRS re n-ainirtst In the -"ostofHoe at the end? of eiioh wooit Ib put-rlishecl offloiiill-v in. npHLIC D-YU-Y NEWS every ITrl doy mo i-til ii.?i. News SniTiiriary. A. T. Stewart's dry goods boneo in Savannah ?will have 42 feet iront, will bo 318 feet long, 90 ioet high, and have six stories. A law, enacted in 1857, provides that this Gov ernment is to piy tho Atlantic Cable Company a subsidy of $80,000 a yuar. Tho anniversary exurcisos of tho Andover Theo logical Seminary took placo Thursday last. At their close Rev. Ciiau-es M. Mead is to bo installed as Hitchcock Professor of the Heb...

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. — 8 August 1866

The O?ilv _Nre"ws. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 18?:0. LARGEST CIKI'ULaTION IA TUE STATE. LARGEST CIRC?LATIC? E* TUE CIT?. ?"**r T1__H3 LIST OV I_J_?1*.rK_-B re mnlninK Ira tkae Postoftioe at trio end ol ?nob weela te published" ofnoially Isa T_3_B3 DAILY NIC"WS every ini cias-' iiioriilin LOCAL. MATTEKS. ? ??--o.a etr BEE SBEOND AND TBtRB PAGES. -*? -?.a Attention is callod to tho large auction ealo of Hr. Salas this day. A Pr?sent-Wo aokniiwlodgo, with many thankB, tho gift of a basket of fino grapes from those moat excellent 1 adie a, the " Siutors of Mercy." The Bobton Steamer.-We aro gratified to no tice that the steamship Theo. D. Wagner, which left thie port yoBtcrday for Boston, departed with a fall cargo and a good lint of passengers. Every thing indicatoa that the line will bo a marked enooeea. We have roccived a s ampio of broad, ni rulo by Mr. J. C. H. Clausken, from the flour of the Ex celsior Mills, Georgia, for ealo in this city hy Mr. J. N. Robson. From tho appoarnnc...

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. — 8 August 1866

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